George Hoch 2
Noted events in his life were:
1. Religion: in York: Reformed Church, York, PA 1
2. The Presbyterian Church in Carlisle, Cumberland, PA. 1
3. He immigrated in 1733 to Philadelphia, Philadelphia, PA. 1
4. Property in Nov 1741 in York, York, PA. 1 The town of York in Pennsylvania was laid out by order of the Proprietors in 1741 and the first lots were sold in November of that year. Among the first purchaser of lots was Samuel Hoak, who purchased lot 105, and George Hoak, who purchased the adjoining lot, No. 107. These men we know to have been brothers.
5. Moved: Bef 1759, Carlisle, Cumberland, PA. 1
George married Barbara Lefevre, daughter of Isaac Lefevre and Catherine Ferree, in , Lancaster, PA.1
Rev. A. Stapleton, A.M., M.S, Famous Pennsylvania Germans: Rev John Conrad Bucher: Scholar, Soldier and Pioneer Preacher (The Pennsylvania German, Vol IV, Lebanon, PA, July 1903, No. 3.
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Egle, William Henry, Pennsylvania Genealogies, Mainly Scotch Irish And German (1896, 798 pp.
Reprinted Baltimore: Genealogical Publishing Company, 1969. Online via Google Book Search.), Page 123.
3 Dull, Keith A, Early German Settlers of York County, Pennsylvania (Family Line Publications, Westminster, MD. 1997.), Page 208.