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Clergyman , college president

Moses Hoge, American clergyman, college president.

Background

Hoge, Moses was born on February 15, 1752 in Cedargrove, Virginia, United States. Son of James and Nancy (Griffiths) Hoge.

Education

Received theological instruction from Review James Waddel (“the blind preacher” immortalized by William Wirt). S.T.D. (honorary), College of New Jersey (now Princeton).

Career

2 sons, James, Samuel Davies. Fought in Revolutionary War. Ordained to ministry Presbyterian Church, 1782.

Trustee Washington College, 1791-1807. President Hampden-Sydney College, 1807-1820. Author: Strictures on a Phamphlet by the Review Jeremiah Walker, entitled Fourfold Foundations of Calvinism Examined and Shaken, 1793.

Christian Panoply: An Answer of Paine’s Age of Reason, 1799.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Strictures on a Phamphlet by the Review Jeremiah Walker, entitled Fourfold Foundations of Calvinism Examined and Shaken, 1793. Christian Panoply: An Answer of Paine’s Age of Reason, 1799.

Connections

Married Elizabeth Poage, August 23, 1783. Married second, Mistress.

father:
James Hoge

mother:
Nancy (Griffiths) Hoge

spouses:
Elizabeth Poage

Mistress