The Life of Hugh Hogg I (c1774-1867) and the Genealogy of His Descendants of Megantic County, Quebec.
Lower Sackville, Nova Scotia: Evans Books, 2000, 116 pages.
This publication follows Hugh Hogg of Banbridge, County Down, his military career in the Royal Irish Fusiliers (1797-1817) in Holland, Belgium, in Paris as a prisoner, in the West Indies, and in Lower Canada, including military service on the Portage of Temiscouata, (1807-1817), and his eventual settlement in 1820 in Megantic County. It includes the genealogy of his descendants, and their subsequent migration history. It also includes, by marriage to Hugh Hogg I at Quebec in 1807, the thirteen generation ancestry of his wife, Louisa Greffard, a French-Canadian whose ancestors arrived at Ile d’Orleans, New France in 1658 from La Roche- sur-Yon, Poitou, Vendee, France.
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