Jonathan Hoggatt

Individual

Born: ? in ?

Died: ? in (unknown)

Father: ?

Mother: ?

Family #1

Spouse/Partner: Mary Williams (? – ?)

Married: 10 Apr 1793 in ?

Child: Seth Hoggatt (1794 – 1861)

Child: Anna Hoggatt (1796 – ?)

Child: Jesse Hoggatt (1799 – 1862)

Child: Mahlon Hockett (1801 – ?)

Child: Jonathan Hoggatt Jr. (1803 – ?)

Child: Mary Hoggatt (1814 – ?)

Change Date

This data was last changed on 4 Jun 2009, and is stored in datafile B.

Primary and Secondary Sources

(see About Sources)

Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume 1
by William Wade Hinshaw; Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Bros., 1936 [Reprinted Baltimore, 1969,1978,1991] [applies to name, marriage]
Encyclopedia of American Quaker Genealogy, Volume 5
by William Wade Hinshaw; Ann Arbor, MI: Edwards Bros., 1946 [Reprinted Baltimore, 1973, 1994] [applies to name]

Research Notes (source comments, unreliable information)

Jonathan Hoggatt may have been born 4 Feb 1765 in New Garden, Guilford County, NC, married 10 Apr 1793 at New Garden MM. [EoAQG:v1]

He may have died 3 Aug 1834 in Clinton County, OH. [unreliable source]

JONATHON'S PARENTS

Jonathon Hoggatt's parents may have been Anthony Hoggatt (b. 8 Dec 1730 in Cedar Creek, Hanover County, VA -- or possibly Goochland or Louisa Counties) and Mary Agnes Stanley (b. 27 Jun 1733 in Hanover County, VA), married 17 May 1754 at MM in Cedar Creek, Hanover County, VA. [EoAQG:v1, alternative counties from unreliable source, but claim from New Garden MM records]

ANTHONY'S PARENTS

Anthony's parents may have been Phillip Hoggatt (b. 16 Jan 1686/7 in Berkshire, Scotland, d. about 1783) and Mary Glendenning (b. 9 Dec 1698 in Edinbourough, Lothian, Scotland, married before 1723 in Chester County, PA. [unreliable source, but there is record of the deaths of Phillip Hoggatt and his wife Mary in EAQG:v1:p783 that supports the birth and death, and a Glendenning connection with Mary the daughter of David Glendennings]

Philip (and Mary?) first settled in Chadsford, Chester County, PA. Note from family history: The log house of Phillip now stands at High Point Museum, and is named The Weaving House. [unreliable source]

Could this be the "Hoggatt House" at the High Point Museum? See http://www.high-point.net/museum.

Philip also appears to be the ancestor of several other Mahlon Hocketts, one of whom was born in 1808 and commonly appears in genealogy records. [unreliable source]

The book "Hocketts On The Move, The Hoggatt/Hockett Family In America" may also show lineage to Phillip and Mary, along with source records.