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The genealogy of Shirley S. Hogg(e) and the Stubblefields of Gloucester County, Virginia

Books/Monographs/Book with Film
English
Melbourne, Florida : S.S. Hogge, 1994
80 leaves in various foliations : ill., facsims., coat of arms, ports.

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The immigrant ancestor of this family, John Hogg, came to New Kent Co., Virginia in 1657. Line in this book descends from Stephen Hogg (b. 1753), son of George and Mary Hogg, of Abington Parish, Gloucester Co., Virginia. Simon Stubberfield Jr. was among the earliest emigrants from England to settle in Gloucester County, Va. The earliest recorded reference to him was listed in 1672. In 1688 he was granted land in Gloucester County.

Includes index.

Includes Hogge/Hogg, Stubberfield/Stubblefield and allied families.

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