Elizabetha Catherina Hoagg1,2

(1734 - 1817)

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Relationship6th great-grandmother of The 3 Tracys
Family Group:Corkum
Trees14 Generations of Our Ancestors
Our Corkum Family Pedigree

Some Background

"The identity of George's wife has been hard to establish. Their marriage record calls her Elizabeth Reastor, while the Lutheran membership list of 1772 refers to Elizabeth Collicutt, daughter of of John Peter Rudolph, step-daughter is the more likely relationship. In the Lunenburg County Administation Papers of 1763-1715 (NSARM, RG 48, reel 882), there is a resignation of the administration of the estate of Christian Rosty, 31 May 1763, by his widow Catherine Coliket. Christian Rösty's wife was Elizabeth Hog/Haag. (Terry Punch, Dec. 1994.)2"
FatherJohannes HoaggHogin (1697 - )
MotherElizabeth Laugenauer (1700 - )

Birth - Marriage - Death

ChildElizabetha Catherina Hoagg was born in 1734, in Alterswilen, Kanton Thurgau, Switzerland. Variant spelling Hogin.
BrideElizabetha Catherina Hoagg married George Henry Collicut, son of Thomas Collicut and Margaret, circa 6 November 1760 in St. Paul's Church, Halifax, Halifax Co., Nova Scotia, Canada.2,3
DeceasedShe died in 1817 in Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia.

Children with George Henry Collicut:

Immigrant Ancestor

Before 1760, Elizabetha Catherina Hoagg immigrated to Lunenberg, Lunenberg, Nova Scotia.

Residences and Censuses

Elizabetha Catherina Hoagg and George Henry Collicut resided in Chester, Lunenburg Co., Nova Scotia, Canada. "In his diary, Rev. Seccombe mentions that George Collicutt, his wife and child came to Chester from Halifax. The context suggests that this happened in 1761 or 1762."2

Sources - Citations

  1. Variant spellings of her surname are Haag, Hogin, and Hog.
  2. [S959] Kenneth S. Paulsen, Compiler, Nova Scotian Families, online at: http://genealogy-paulsen.com/Genealogy/Nova_Scotian_Families.html; (Charlestown, Massachusetts), accessed Jan 2017, Genealogy of the Collicut and Clinton Families of Chester, N.S. (1705 - 2017) - Second Generation; names, dates, relationships, places.
  3. [S960] Canadian Genealogy Index, 1600s-1900s, Genealogical Research Library, Ontario, Canada (Online subscription database. Ancestry.com, Ancestry.com Operations, Provo, Utah) Accessed: Jan 2017 , 1760 Halifax St. Paul's Church.
  4. [S959] Nova Scotian Families, Jan 2017, Genealogy of the Collicut and Clinton Families of Chester, N.S. (1705 - 2017) - Third Generation; names, dates, relationships, places.
Last Edited8 Dec 2017

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