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Southern Historical Society Papers, Volume 26. (ed. Reverend J. William Jones), A Memorial. (search)
offices in comprehensive offering, and in expressions of sorrow from distant points. Rev. Dr. Moses Drury Hoge was born at Hampden-Sidney College, Prince Edward county, Virginia, September 18th, 1818. He was descended on his father's side from ancestors who emigrated from Scotland and settled in Frederick county, Va., in 173urch in Mecklenburg county signified its wish to engage him as its pastor as soon as he obtained his license. About that time, however, Dr. Plumer visited Prince Edward county, and told Dr. Hoge that he would probably be invited to Richmond to become assistant at the First Presbyterian church. Dr. Hoge said that he would prefer . from Hampden-Sidney College many years ago, and from Princeton University in 1895. His family. Dr. Hoge married April 19, 1844, Miss Susan Wood, of Prince Edward county. The good wife, who was so long the joy of his life, died in this city twenty-four years afterwards, Four children survive him. Dr. Moses D. Hoge, Jr., wh