Robert Poage or Poague, father of William Poague and his wife, Ann Kennedy
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Roger Poague (d/) immigrated from Scotland to Ireland and then about to Orange County, Virginia. At least one of his sons was born in Augusta County, Virginia. Descendants and relatives lived in Virginia, Kentucky and elsewhere. Robert Poage, son of Thomas and Mary Cochran Poage, landed in Philadelphia in with his wife, Elizabeth (Preston), and nine children, Sarah, John, Martha, Robert, Mary, Elizabeth, Martha, George, William, and Margaret.
A tenth child, Thomas, was bom to them the next en: Martha Woods, Margaret Robertson, George Poage, William Joseph Poage, Robert Poage. Robert Poage/Pogue () Of the seven children Ann Kennedy Poage had by William Poage, this family’s direct ancestor is Robert Poage/Pogue, born October 6, in Rockbridge County.
William Poage was born in Ulster Province, Ireland in and arrived with his family in America ina boy of five. He grew up in Augusta County, Virginia and was the eighth child of Robert Poage and Elizabeth Preston Poage.
He was a sergeant in in. "Ashland, first known as Poage Settlement, was settled by at least two related groups of the Poage family of Virginia. Robert Poage and his sons Robert, Jr., and George, along with Major George Poage and his son, John, held title to thousands of acres obtained by assignment from the William Bell patent and treasury land warrants.
Biography of Lieutenant Colonel William Thomas Poague. William T. Poague, a Virginian by birth, was one of the Army of Northern Virginia's best and most effective battalion level commanders of artillery. Born in in Virginia, Poague (a graduate of Washington College) was practicing law in Missouri when the Civil War began.
His second wife who was Lettuce, daughter of John Preston, emigrant.
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The two Robert Breckinridge, and John Preston were the ancestors of the renowned families of those names in the South and West. Robert Poage's son, John was the father of Elizabeth Poage, first wife of Rev.
Moses Poage, whose descendants are famous in the Presbyterian pulpit. Capt.,1st Rockbridge (Va.) Arty.;Poague's Arty. Battn. William is the son of John Barclay Poague and Elizabeth Stuart Paxton. He married Sarah Josephine Moore on 26 Dec and they had 4 known children: Elizabeth Robert Poage or Poague (Francis Marvin Durrance), Robert Barclay, Wm Thos, Jr., and Henry Grigsby.
Their 3. He was not a Poage researcher either and did not know where he got the information so to protect his privacy I will Robert Poage or Poague mention his name or e-mail address.
Robert Poage and wife emigrated from Ireland through port of Philadelphia. (Proved in ct.
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22 May ) He r. on plantation 3 miles N. of Staunton, Va. in "Beverly's Manor" - acres. POAGE, WILLIAM ROBERT (–). (Bob) Poage, United States congressman, the eldest of the three sons of Helen Wheeler (Conger) and William Allen Poage, was born on Decemin father was a pioneer rancher and cattleman who once drove cattle up the Chisholm spent his early years on the Lazy 'leven Ranch in Throckmorton County and in.
The Descendants of Robert and John Poage by Bishop Woodworth says that Robert Poage's will was written Octo and probated March 6,making his death date After Octo and Before March 6, Robert Poage, son of Thomas and Mary Cochran Poage, landed in Philadelphia in with his wife.
Poage was supported on a horse and thus reached home, but died the next day. The recaptured gun was given to Poage's son, then twelve years of age, who afterwards matured to be General Robert Poage of Mason county, Kentucky.
The maiden name of William Poage's wife was Ann Kennedy. She is presumed to have been a native of Augusta. Robert Poague was born on month dayat birth place, Virginia, to William Preston Poage and Ann Poage (born Kennedy).
William was born inin Northern Ireland. Ann was born inin Augusta, Virginia, USA. The Descendants of Robert and John Poage (pioneer Settlers in Augusta County, Va.): A Genealogy Based on the Manuscript Collections of Prof.
Andrew Woods 4/5(1). William Poage and Margaret Davies had the following are known children: i. John Davies Pogue. Mary Poage was born on 6 JUL She died WFT Est iii.
Robert Poage. George Washington Poage was born on 10 SEP He was born on 10 SEP He died WFT Est He died WFT Est v. William Thomas Poage was. HISTORY OF WILLIAM POAGE AND HIS WIFE, ANN KENNEDY WILSON POAGE LINDSAY McGINTY.
By Mrs. Nuckols, Lexington, Kentucky. Ann Kennedy Wilson Poage, the widow of, Wilson, was married to William Poage in Augusta County, Virginia, They lived a num ber of years near the Natural Bridge in what is now Rockbridge County, Virginia, and then moved.
William Robert Poage (Decem – January 3, ) was a Texas politician who was won election to the United States House of Representatives 21 times, serving 42 years. Early Life and Education. Poage was born in Waco, Texas and was raised near Woodson.
He attended. Robert Poague passed away on July 3, in Lititz, Pennsylvania. Funeral Home Services for Robert are being provided by Andrew T. Scheid Funeral Home. Robert, a brother, became Col.
Robert Pogue, of Mason County, and was the father of William L. Pogue. He commanded a regiment of Kentucky volunteers in the campaign of ; and together with his sons, among whom was William L.
Pogue, built Amanda Furnace, on the Kentucky shore, about a mile above Ironton. Joseph Kennedy Poague ( - ) Ancestors. Son. of William Poage and Ann (Kennedy) McGinty. Brother of Elizabeth Poage, Robert Poage, Martha Poage, Mary Poage, Ann Poage and Amaziah Poage.
Husband of Elizabeth (Darnaby) Poague — married in Kentucky, USA. John Poage landed in Philadelphia about with his parents Robert Poage and Elizabeth (Preston), and eight siblings: Sarah, John, Martha, Robert, Mary, Elizabeth, Martha, George, William, and Margaret.
His father appeared at Orange Court Virginia, 22 Mayto "prove his incorporation," with the desire to taking up public lands. Mary Woods, his cousin^ wife, Nancy Allen (Frame) Poage long survived Poage was an extensive land owner, planter and slave-owner, operating near Ashland, Ken- V Colonel JAMES Poage '; b.
MaLaura Watkins and d. in Va. the same year. age when he passed away His. William T. Poague. Poague returned to Virginia, and entered the Confederate Army as a second lieutenant in the famous Rockbridge Virginia Artillery.
Poague was promoted to be that unit's captain by April With the battery, Poague fought at the battles of First Manassas, Romney, Kernstown, McDowell, and later with the Army of Northern Virginia in the Seven Days Battles, the Battle of Cedar. Full text of "The descendants of Robert and John Poage, pioneer settlers in Augusta County, Va.; a genealogy based on the manuscript collections of Prof.
Andrew Woods Williamson, Henry Martyn Williamson, and John Guy Bishop" See other formats. Robert, "Bob" 68 of Kansas City, MO passed away Sunday Aug surrounded by his family. He was born Aug in Windsor, MO to Robert, Sr.
and Betty Poague. Robert was a graduate of Ruskin High School. A career Naval Master Chief retiring in the early ’s. The record only signifies that at whatever date Robert Poage reached these shores Thomas was not a visible part of the family, John Preston, for instance, came to Augusta County inwith his brother-in-law, Col.
James Patton, but did not prove his importation with wife and daughters, Letitia and Ann, and son William until May Early History of the Poague family. This web page shows only a small excerpt of our Poague research.
Another words (16 lines of text) covering the years,and are included under the topic Early Poague History in all our PDF Extended History products and printed products wherever possible. Papers:approximately linear feet. The papers of W.R.
"Bob" Poage document his service in the Texas Legislature and in the U.S. House of Representatives. While the bulk of the papers are from W.R. Poage's congressional years, tothere are also materials dealing with his life as a Texas State Senator in the s and in retirement in the s.
Martha Rebecca Nuckols has written: 'Robert Poage or Poague, father of William Poague and his wife, Ann Kennedy' What has the author Martha Ann Carpenter written. Robert "Bob" William Poague, 68, of Lititz, formerly of Leola, died Wednesday, July 3, He was the husband of Elaine "Lainey" S.
(Morrow) Poague for thirty-seven years.
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The Descendants of Robert and John Poage, Pioneer Settlers in Augusta County, Va.; A GenealogyReviews: 1.William Poage was not the first but the second husband of Ann(Kennedy)Wilson Poage Linsey McGinty. She probably was-surely ought have been, the sweetheart of William Poage at that time, but the casual reader might infer that they had not yet been married when William Poage made for her the chair mentioned as having been made in the fort in The Descendants of Robert and John Poage, Pioneer Settlers in Augusta County, Virginia: A Genealogy.
Staunton, Va.: McClure Printing Co., reprint: FHL US/CAN Film Item 1. [Poage] Nuckols, Martha Rebecca Thomas. Robert Poage or Poague, Father of William Poage and His Wife Ann Kennedy. Typescript, Library of Congress.
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