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Rozalia Cruise Hogg, American genealogist. President Women of Church, 1st Presbyterian Church, Waynesboro, 1983-1985; board directors Augusta County History Society, 1987-1991, Bluefield State College, since 1992; vice chairman Waynesboro History Commission, 1986-1991. Member Rosecliff Garden Club (president 1973-1974), Virginia Museum Fine Arts, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta.

Background

Hogg, Rozalia Cruise was born on December 31, 1931 in Bluefield, West Virginia, United States. Daughter of George Mortimer and Beulah Grove (Fleshman) Cruise.

Education

Student, Madison College, Harrisonburg, Virginia, 1951-1953; Bachelor in History, Mary Baldwin College, 1978.

Career

Kindergarten teacher, Fort Meade, Maryland., 1953-1954; tour guide, Woodrow Wilson Birthplace, Staunton, Virginia, 1978-1980; tour guide, P. Buckley Moss Museum, Waynesboro, Virginia, 1990; genealogist, Patrick County, Virginia, since 1985. Board advisors Bluefield State College.

Membership

President Women of Church, 1st Presbyterian Church, Waynesboro, 1983-1985. Board directors Augusta County History Society, 1987-1991, Bluefield State College, since 1992. Vice chairman Waynesboro History Commission, 1986-1991.

Member Rosecliff Garden Club (president 1973-1974), Virginia Museum Fine Arts, Sigma Sigma Sigma, Phi Alpha Theta.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Avocations: art (painting), needlework, travel, reading.

Connections

Married Edward Welford Hogg, Junior, June 20, 1953 (deceased 1972). Children: Gayle Hogg Wells, Alice Ann Hogg Conaty, Nancy Hogg Pingry.

father:
George Mortimer Cruise

mother:
Beulah Grove (Fleshman) Cruise

spouse:
Edward Welford Hogg

children:
Nancy Hogg Pingry Hogg

Gayle Hogg Wells Hogg

Alice Ann Hogg Conaty Hogg