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Captain Henry Hoagland (Hougland)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Frederick County, Virginia, United States
Death: 1782 (49-50)
Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Jacobus Jansen Hoagland; Jocobus J Hougland; Marey Hoagland and Marey ?
Husband of Jean Hougland (Newkirk)
Father of James Hoagland; Richard Hoagland; Phebe Collings; Siche Hulse (Hoagland); Eleanor Hoagland and 6 others
Brother of Captain Richard Hoagland; Captain Derrick Hoagland; Lieutenant William Hoagland and Margaret Hoagland
Half brother of William Hogeland and James Hoagland

Managed by: Linda Kathleen Thompson, (c)
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About Captain Henry Hoagland

Dunmore War Veteran


CPT Henry Hoagland BIRTH 1726 Frederick County, Virginia, USA DEATH 5 Mar 1782 (aged 55–56) Sandusky, Erie County, Ohio, USA BURIAL Unknown

From this point they moved against the Shawanees towns on the Muskingum, destroying Wakatomica, near what is now Dresden, Ohio and other Indian villages. This was the first effective blow struck by the Virginia Troops in the Dunmore War.


PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN ANDREW SWEARINGEN'S COMPANY OF RANGERS ON THE FRONTIERS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMENCING THE 10TH DAY OF MARCH AND ENDING THE 5TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1781, INCLUSIVE. Henry Hoageland A.March 10th, 1781, B.7, C.27 Discharged November 5th, 1781

Children James "Fox Run" Hoagland 1752–1823

John Hoogland 1755 – unknown

Richard Hoagland 1760–1794

Eleanor Hoagland Sinclair 1765–1793

Henry Houghland 1769–1793

Moses Hoagland 1770–1851

Elias Hoagland 1773–1831

Aron Hoagland 1775–1841


Bef 5 March 1782 Jefferson (now Bullitt) CO, Kentucky. We do not have reliable information on when, where, and how Capt. Henry Hoagland died, and he is easily confused with nephews named Henry.

From this point they moved against the Shawanees towns on the Muskingum, destroying Wakatomica, near what is now Dresden, Ohio and other Indian villages. This was the first effective blow struck by the Virginia Troops in the Dunmore War.

Has John Murray, 4th Earl of Dunmore no shame?

This Lord Dunmore's War is a matter of some significance. It would constitute a genocide.

PAY ROLL OF CAPTAIN ANDREW SWEARINGEN'S COMPANY OF RANGERS ON THE FRONTIERS OF WASHINGTON COUNTY COMMENCING THE 10TH DAY OF MARCH AND ENDING THE 5TH DAY OF NOVEMBER, 1781, INCLUSIVE.


Henry Hoageland A.March 10th, 1781, B.7, C.27 Discharged November 5th, 1781, G.52, H.60, I.19

A. Commencement Pay. B. Time of Service - Month C. Time of Service - Days D. Time of Service - Doll'r E. Time of Service - 90 G. Causalities H. Whole Am't of Pay - Dollars I. Whole Am't of Pay - 90 J. Amo't of Pay

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Captain Henry Hoagland's Timeline

1732
1732
Frederick County, Virginia, United States
1750
1750
1755
1755
1760
1760
Monmouth, NJ, Colonial America
1760
Pennsylvania, United States
1765
1765
Kentucky, United States
1766
1766
Kentucky, United States
1769
1769
Closter, NJ, United States
1770
February 15, 1770
Ohio, United States