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B00 Charles Hoare b1586 Gloucester, England


AncestorsType
Charles Hoare Jr
b.1586 in Gloucester, England
m. Joanna Hinksman in Gloucester, England
d. 1661 Baintree, Massachusetts (wife)
Defining
Charles Hoare
b.14xx Gloucester, England
EKA
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One of two early, large New England families of our surname study from the early days of settling North America. This family is distinguished with many early luminaries such as a first governor of Massachusetts, first president of Harvard college, Senators, United States Attorney General, and such. Charles actually died in Gloucester and it is his widow Joanna who traveled to the Massachusetts Bay Colony with her younger children. Joanna herself remarried an Edmund Quincy. This family line ended up generating the first lady of our second president John Adams, who was also the mother of our sixth president John Quincy Adams. See an external Wikipedia Chart on the Quncy Political Family. Joanna’s Quincy children and her Hoare children are half-siblings.

The project was started with a single tester in this line; a fourth cousin of Timothy Peterman. Although the other early New England line quickly grew with testers first, this line and its strong research over the years has pulled even in terms of scope and breadth of testers and work. There is a DNA study page for this family group.

Researchers and Descendants (current)

ResearcherGenDBWebsiteLineage
Michael Hobart *YA SiteSamuel Hoar6, Joseph Hoar5Leanard Hoar4, Daniel Hoar3, John Hoar2, Charles Hoar1
Michele Daniels *A RWBlogDavid Hoar6, David Hoar5Leanard Hoar4, Daniel Hoar3, John Hoar2, Charles Hoar1
Timothy Peterman 1 *YA  FPJohn Horr8, Josiah Horr7, Jonathan Hoar6, Josiah Hoar5, John Hoar4, Daniel Hoar3, John Hoar2, Charles Hoar1
Roweena Horr 2 *YA  James Horr8, Josiah Horr7, Jonathan Hoar6, Josiah Hoar5, John Hoar4, Daniel Hoar3, John Hoar2, Charles Hoar1
David A Horr 2 *Y  James Horr8, Josiah Horr7, Jonathan Hoar6, Josiah Hoar5, John Hoar4, Daniel Hoar3, John Hoar2, Charles Hoar1
Katrina Kerrick *A  Zebediah Allen6Mary Hoar5, John Hoar4, Daniel Hoar3, John Hoar2, Charles Hoar1
Steve Harr *YA Benjamin Warren Hoar7, Peter Hoar6, Samuel Hoar5,  Benjamin Hoar4, Daniel Hoar3, John Hoar2, Charles Hoar1
Linda Thompson DB (arch) 
Jim Retson MyH Site  

* Family member DNA tested; placed in group (YDNA-STR and/or Autosomal SNP aka FamilyFinder)
** DNA test results pending; believed group based on genealogical work only
1: Tim Peterman has only yDNA tested one male descendant from his great-grandmother’s line but well over 10 cousins tested in the FamilyFinder (atDNA) that are all in his tight family grouping.
2: DNA test results indicated we needed to move these descendants of James Horr from the Hezekiah Hoar (B01) line to here. See the page B01-S01 James Horr explaining this.

Researchers and Descendants (historic)

ResearcherGenDBWebsiteLineage
George Frisbee Hoare


Books and Articles

  • Nourse, Henry Stedman, The Hoar family in America and its English ancestry: a compilation from collections made by the Hon. George Frisbie Hoar, series of 3 articles in the New England Historical and Genealogical Register, vol  53, 1899 (Jan p92-101, Apr p186-198, and Jul p289-300), 35pp (Google - Stanford Library copy)
    • Separately bound reprint, 1899, Boston, Massachusetts, D. Clapp and Son, 36pp (FHLexcerpted), Archive.org
    • Reprinted also as The Ancestry of the Hoare Family in America: A compilation from Collections made by the Honorable George Frisbie Hoar in Roberts, Gary Boyd, English Origins of New England Families: From the New England Historical and Genealogical Register,2nd Series, Vol II of III, 1985, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. p344-378
  • Hobart, Edgar, Hoar- Hobart Genealogy: From the collection of Edgar Hobart, as copied by the San Francisco chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution in 1952, 37pp (FHL)
  • Storey, Moorefield and Emerson, Edward Waldo. Ebernezer Rockwood Hoar: A Memoir 1911, Houghton Mifflin Cambridge Mass, 360pp (Archive.orgGoogle ebookexcerpts)
  • Hudson, Woodward, Memoir of Samuel Hoar: September 27, 1845-April 11, 1904, 1906, (archive.org)
  • Hoar, George F, Will of Charles Hoare of Gloucester, 1891, NEHGR (vol 51) p285-289 (Google ebook; labeled vol 45. Excerpt); includes long explanation of family
  • Horr, William S., Branches of a Family Tree: the Hoar ancestry, 1985, Tangled Roots, Vancouver, Canada (Book in FHL) (about George Whitfield Hoar) (according to FHL, Copyright changed to Public)
  • Horr, William S., By way of New England: Hoar and Newcomb pioneers in America, 1996, Tangled Roots, Vancouver, Canada (WorldCat, paper only)
  • Hoar, Alfred Wyman, Lineage and Family Records of Alfred Wyman Hoar and his wife Josephine Jackson, 1898, Monticello, Minn (Archive.org, Google)
  • Hoar, John Emory, NEHGS membership form for John Emory Hoar, 1867-1876, NEHGS (PDF)
  • Hoare, Daniel William, Digest of ancestry and early history of the Hoar(e) family and descent of the New Brunswick family from Charles Hoare of Gloucester, Eng, 1976 (WorldCat, paper only; also listed at the Albert County, New Brunswick Museum)
  • Hobart, Michael A, The descendants of Martin (Hoar) Hobart and Paulina Parks, 1996, Book in FHL
  • Lawson, Mary Lewis, Descendants of Richard Hoar, 2001, Book in FHL 
    (Abstract indicates work ties Charles Hoare Sr to his grandfather Richard Hoare of Leckhampton.)
  • Thoresen, Elsie L, The Hoar/Hoare family, 1999, Collection on FHL (online)
  • Moriarty, G. Andrews, Joanna Hoar, Wife of Ezra Morse of Dedham, Mass. in the New England Historical and Genealogical Record, Vol 110 (1956), p216-219
    • Reprinted in Roberts, Gary Boyd, English Origins of New England Families, 2nd Series: from the New England Historical and Genealogical Record, Volume II (of III), 1985, p379-382 (copyrighted)
  • Unitarian and Universalist History: Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar (1816-1895)Elizabeth Hoar (1814-1878)George Frisbie Hoar (1826-1904)Samuel Hoar (1778-1856)
 

Minor Sections in a Larger Work


Notable Family Members

  • Dr. Leonard Hoar, 3rd President of Harvard College (University)
  • Samuel Hoar, US Senator from Massachusetts (son of Leonard)
  • George Frisbie Hoar, US Senator from Massachusetts
  • Ebenezer Rockwood Hoar, US Attorney General (brother to George Frisbee)
  • Rockwood Hoar,
  • Abigail Smith, wife of John Adams (2nd President), is the 2xGreat Grand-daughter of Joanna Quincy née Hoare née Hinksman; so related by half-sibling to Hoare patrilineal line

Biographies (on an Individual)

  • Hale, Edward Everett, George F. Hoar, 1907, (archive.org)
  • Hoar, George Frisbie, Autobiography of Seventy Years: Vol 1, 2, 1905, New York, New York, Charles Scribner’s Sons, (Google Vol1Vol2)

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