Marriage of Joshua Job to Margaret McLoy on 11th day of the 1st month 1731: witnesses included George Hogg, James Hogg, Garata Hogg, Dinah Brown, Katherine Ross, Elizabeth Ross, Anne Brown, Simeon Taylor, and others. On October 22, 1743, Governor Gooch of Virginia appointed George Hoge one of the first justices of Frederick County. That was where the Hopewell Friends were located. (There's more, but discovery is FUN !) George Hoge, Jr. voted for Colonel George Washington in an election in Frederick County, Virginia, on May 18, 1761. By May 19, 1767, George Hoge, Jr. had new land surveyed in what he thought was Mecklenburg County, North Carolina, including his own improvements. George Hoge did the same on March 8, 1768. John Ross was next door before April 28, 1768.
George, Sr. died in Pendleton County, South Carolina, before April 14, 1801. Will dated November 3, 1798. He named his son-in-law, John Ross (husband of his daughter Barbara), one of his executors. His daughter Georreeta had married a Brandon. John Woodall, Sr., Judith Woodall, and John Woodall, Jr. were witnesses.