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J:'A(;r.: 6A - liO(;ANbVlI,LE tI(.)ME NEWS - JUNE 8, 2000 I Hogan Reunion June 15-18 By Bryan Geter Associate Editor A large crowd is expected for the second "Hogan Reunion" which will held June 15-18, 2000 at the Ramada Inn in LaGrange. More than 200 descendants of ,William Hogan, founder of Hogansville, were in town 13 years ago for the first Hogan Reunion. : Frances (Fan) Hogan Moss of LaGrange and the only living child of William Hogan, Jr., was the organizer of the event back in 1987 as well as planning this reunion. She said she can't wait to see her "kinfolk" again. Moss said she ent out many letters urging her family to come and join the fun and the rewarding experiences. :"A lot of lasting relationships iwere made in 1987/' Moss said. )'Come and make my dream come true." Moss said she has been work- iing for months getting ready for ithe reunion. Arrival and registration • begins on Thursday, June 15 at ithe Ramada Inn. Friday, June 16 i will be a day packed with activi- ties. The Hogan's will revisit their  homeland, ttogansville 13 miles : away. The City will be awaiting their ! arrivals and the mayor and coun- cil have already proclaimed June 15-18 as "Hogan Family Reunion Week." : The Hogan's will visit the ! shops, tour the family connected homes, and pay respects to the Hogan Ancestral Cemetery. After a family portrait at the Ramada Inn at 6 p.m., the Hogans will gather into the Main Ball room for dinner at 7 p.m. Nine of the eleven-lines of Hogans descendants are expect- ed to be in attendance this year, Moss said. One spokeperson from each By Bryan GatlStaff HOGAN FAMILY MEMBER GRAVES - Members of the Hogan family will visit Hogansville June 15-18 for a reunion. More than 200 descendants of William Hogan, founder of Hogansville, are expected to attend. Family members will also pay a visit to the Hogan Ancestral Cemetery. line will be asked to speak briefly during the dinner. She said people are expected to come from California, Texas, Arkansas, Alabama, Tennessee, Georgia, South Carolina, Louisiana, Maryland, Virginia and New Hampshire. Saturday, June 17 the family will visit Hogansville again and attend a BBQ at I p.m. At the home of Ken Hammock and Wayne Jones. At 6:30 p.m. Everyone will gather at the Inland (next to the Ramada Inn) for a "Farewell Buffet" reception and surprise entertainment for all, ages. Sunday, June 18 after the check-out, the Hogan's will attend church at the First Methodist Church in Hogansville. William Hogan, who was born in 1804, came to what is now Hogansville in 1828. He established a one-man plantation in the 1830's. The land later encompassed much of the town of Hogansville. In 1849, Hogan ceded the right-of-way to the Atlanta and West Point Railroad. He stipulat- ed that a depot be built where the railroad crossed the Augusta highway. Hogan's efforts to stimulate the local economy were furthered by his son-in-law, John PuUen. After Hogan's death in 1861, Pullen sold the Hogan's land in lots divided for business and res- idential use. The town chartered in 1870. The charter was amended on August 12, 1919 to establish the City of Hogansville. Hogan was married twice. He was married to Mary Elizabeth until her death in 1837. They had four children: Sarah, Frances, Elizabeth and Mary Ann. Hogan married Susannah after Mary Elizabeth's death. She lived until 1906. They had four- teen children: Martha J., Christopher, Minerva, Susannah M., William, Jr., Amanda V., Rebecca R., Nancy, Georgia, Virginia, Columbus, Shadrach, Minnie J. and John A. Moss said the original Hogan home burned in 1899 and was rebuilt on almost the exact same spot in 1901 by granddaughter Eugenia Pulliam Word. Fan Moss said she and her brother, Claude, was born in what is known as the Hogan-Arnold home located at 804 East Main Street. 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