|Also Known As:||"Hogg"|
|Death:||Died in England|
|Occupation:||English naval officer|
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About Capt. Sir Edward Hogue
In 1709, Marc Hardouin married Marie Madeline de la Chaurnette, the widow of Captain Sir Edward Hogue (or Hogg). Sir Edward had been an English naval officer and they had married at Saintonge in Poitou during his imprisonment there. He died in 1708.
"An early bit of evidence - now under considerable suspicion pending confirming evidence from England - was that Marc Hardin's wife Mary was the widow of Captain Sir Edward Hogue (or Hogg), an English naval officer who died in 1708. If this was true, she had been Marie Madeleine de la Chaumette, who in 1697, had married Sir Edward at Saintonge in Poitou during his imprisonment there and subsequently accompanied him to England. They apparently had no children
- The Shumate Family - Theodur-Friedrich von Stauffenberg (Allen Co Library, Ft Wayne, IN) This source can be VERY unreliable.