History of Bureau County - Biographical Sketches 1885
Source: History of Bureau County, Illinois
H.C. Bradsby, Editor
Chicago: World Publishing Company 1885
Reprinted by: Higginson Book Co., Salem, MA
Transcribed by: Denise McLoughlin
Tampico Area Historical Society
H. H. HOGEBOOM, Fairfield, was born November 12, 1843, in Manchester, Vt. His grandparents were Jacob and Fannie (Whitman) Hogeboom. The former was a native of Germany, and the latter of Londonderry, Vt., and of English extraction. Their son, Noah J. Hogeboom, was born November 22, 1816, in Bennington County, Vt. He was reared in his native State, and was married in Manchester September 4, 1842, to Sarah M. Esterbrook, born March 29, 1821, in New Hampshire. Her parents, Benjamin and Sybil Esterbrook, were married March 11, 1804. Mrs. Sarah M. Hogeboom is the mother of four children, viz.: John M., born June 28, 1843; Hiland H., November 12, 1845; Elvira M. and Fannie A., deceased, aged respectively nineteen and twnety-one years. Noah J. Hogeboom came from Vermont to Bureau County, Ill., in April, 1854, and settled in Fairfield Township. He rented nine years, and then bought land on Section 3. He has now 290 acres of land. He has been School Director and Trustee, also filled the offices of Collector, Assessor and Supervisor.
Politically he is a Republicn, as is also his son, Hiland H. Hogeboom, who was reared here. The latter was married November 21, 1878, in Dorset, Vt. to Ann Jenett Sykes, born June 29, 1849, in Dorset, Bennington Co., Vt., daughter of Norman and Maria (Bassett) Sykes. She is the mother of three children, viz.: Jennie M., Emma L. (deceased) and Edwin S. Hogeboom.
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