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Clergyman

Peyton Harrison Hoge, American clergyman. Member Society Colonial Wars.; Club: Pendennis (Louisville, Kentucky).

Background

Hoge, Peyton Harrison was born on January 6, 1858 in Hampden-Sydney, Virginia, United States. Son of William J. (Doctor of Divinity) and Virginia R. (Harrison) H.

Education

Bachelor of Arts, Hampden-Sydney College, 1876, A.M., 1878, Doctor of Divinity, 1889. Graduate Union Theological Seminary, Virginia, 1882.

Career

San Germano, deceased), William Mary (Mistress George H. Houston), Peyton H., Elizabeth (Mistress E. T. Meriwether), Cary (Mistress George Jackson Mead). Ordained Presbyterian ministry, 1882. Pastor Fourth Church, Richmond, Virginia, 1882-1885, First Church, Wilmington, North Carolina, 1885-1899, Warren Memorial Church, Louisville, Kentucky, 1899-1907.

Pastor Pewee Valley, Kentucky, 1907-1929. Pastor emeritus. Moderator Synod of North Carolina, 1891, of Kentucky, 1910. Trustee Presbyterian Theological Seminary of Kentucky Traveled in Orient, 1898.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Moses Drury Hoge—Life and Letters, 1899. The Divine Tragedy—A Drama of the Christ, 1905. Poems in Florida Anthology, 1933.

Membership

Member Society Colonial Wars. Club: Pendennis (Louisville, Kentucky).

Connections

Married Mary Stuart Holladay, of Abingdon, Virginia, August 22, 1883. Children: Virginia

father:
William J. Hoge

spouse:
Mary Stuart Holladay

child:
Virginia (Mme Hoge