JOHN F./Jonathan Hoff: Genealogical Data Entry: B: 1775 in Prince William Co. (near Manassas), VA, to the Rev. Daniel Hoff (1746-1797) and his second wife, Susan (Sophia) Moffett Hoff (1749 - 1819). He had 3 step brothers Those siblings were: 1. Amos; 2. Powell (who died in 1855 & is buried in the Hoff-Prarie Cemetary, nr Grimes, IA with his half-nephue, Powell Hoff); and,3. Cornelius Hoff) by his father's first wife, LAURA TITUS, with whom he moved from NJ to Northern VA.He was one of 6 children by his father's second wife. Those children included: 1. Enoch Hoff (B: 1773); 2 Hannah Hoff (B: 1774); 3. Jonathan Hoff (1775-1812); 4. Susannah (Susan) Hoff Dye (B: 1776); 5. William Hoff (B; 1780); 6. James Hoff (B: 11 Apr 1788). He moved with his family from near Manassas, Prince William County, VA overland and then down the Ohio River to near Marietta, OH in 1805, where the extended-family pioneered and farmed.He married Elizabeth (Betsy) Duncan (1785 PA - 1839 Wash'g Co., OH) there in Northern Virginia, and they had only 2 sons: 1. John Harvey Hoff; and 2. Powell Hoff (B: 13 Aug 1801, Pr. William Co., VA - 6 May 1870 Dallas Co., IA). He died on Duck Creek, in Fearing Twp., Washington Co., OH, in Dec. 1812.His Estate accounting is on file with the Probate Court in Washington Co., OH.He was buried at an unknown location there, likely in Stanleyville. His son, POWELL HOFF married in Marietta in 1824 and moved on to Chesterhill in 1830 and to Rochester, IL in ~1810 and on to Dallas Co., near Des Moines, IA in ~1854-55.