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Miscellaneous Correspondence Regarding Hope Family

Courtesy of Hope Blackford

Letter and e-mail from Arlene Jones Lewis: Descends from Thomas HOPE(b. 13 April 1859/60 in County Durham, England; son of John HOPE and Agatha (last name unknown), whose brother, William, and Wm's wife Elizabeth (last name unknown) came with Thomas to the US in August 1878 aboard the ship Spain from England. Thomas settled in San Antonio, TX marrying first Mary Terrace and second Ellen Weik. Thomas' brother John came to the US at some time and settled in Weir, KS. John's wife was named Sarah (last name unknown). He (John?) died in 1935 in Manhattan, KS and is buried there. Brothers John and William settled in Cherokee Co., KS. All three brothers were coal miners in the north of England. Possibly another brother named William.

Arlene Jones Lewis
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E-mail from Patricia Stanley (Please contact Hope Blackford for contact information.)

The HOPEs belonged to the Church of England, but their descent was from the DeHOPEs of France. Two brothers arrived in Philadelphia from Bristol, Eng., in the ship “Unicorn” Oct. 6, 1685 (O.S>) whatever that means. Thomas HOPE made his will in 1708 in Chester Co., PA, in which he mentions a brother Francis and John [seems that he had no son]. John HOPE born 1725 and married in 1746 Mary PAMPHLIN of Caroline Co., VA, and they had:

  • Jennie HOPE
  • James HOPE, w/m Elizabeth SHORER
  • Mary HOPE w/m Thomas WOOD
  • Effie HOPE b. 24 Aug 1752 w/m Thomas Clark MOORMAN b 11 Dec 1755.
  • She was called Effie, but Aphracia in all the Quaker records and other records she has.

    It is also said that there were 9 other children to this John and Mary PAMPHLIN. She has also been told the father was Henry HOPE and Mary BURWELL.

    In Pennsylvania, Guide to the Keystone State, Pages 508-509. Compiled by workers of the Writers’ Program of the Work Projects Administration in the State of Pennsylvania. American Guide Series Illustrated. Co-Sponsored by the Pennsylvania Historical Commission and the University of Pennsylvania.


    HOPE LODGE (L), 40.9 m., was built in 1723 by Samuel Morris for his prospective bride, whom he had met on a visit to England. According to legend, the engagement was broken when his fiancee heard that Morris, in his cups, remarked: "I have built the pen, now all I have to do is go to England, get the sow, and start the litter.' He died a bachelor, leaving the estate to his brother Joshua. A later owner, Colonel James Watmaugh, is believed to have named the lodge to mark a long-desired reconciliation with his guardian, Henry Hope.

    History of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
    Including its early settlement and progress to the present time; a description of its historic and interesting localities; its cities, towns and villages; religious, educational, social and military history; mining, manufacturing and commercial interests; improvements resources, statistics, etc.
    Also, portraits of some of its prominent men, and biographies of many of its representative citizens.
    Volume II.

    Page 72 [first part of sentence is on Page 71 ... which I don't have] authoritively stated that the list is completed, at the various period mentioned:

    ... 1812. ..., Thomas Hope,...

    Page 298 [biographical sketch of Mr. Cox begins on Page 297 ... which I don't have]

    ...Homestead, where he operated several years. He then came to Mifflin township, and by industry and frugality became a wealthy man. Since 1878 he has resided in Homestead, where he lives a retired life. He has five farms, four of which are located in Lawrence county and one near Homestead, on all of which his children reside. His first wife died many years ago, leaving eight children: Sarah, Catharine, Joseph, Thomas, Elizabeth, William, George, and Asa. Mr. Cox married for his second wife Mrs. Anna Whitaker, a daughter of Christian and Anna (Forney) Dellenbaugh, all natives of Switzerland, Mrs. Cox being eleven years old when she came to America. She is the mother of the following children by her first husband: Mrs. Martha Hope, Christopher, Mrs. Eliza West, Elijah, Mrs. Fannie Adams and Wilber Whitaker. By her last marriage she has one child, Hon. John F. Cox. The subject of this sketch is a republican; is a member of the M. E. Church, in which he was a steward and class-leader for many years.

    Page 358. [biographical sketch of John W. Morgan]

    John W. Morgan, contractor, McKeesport, was born in Napanee, Upper Canada, February 15, 1841, a son of Richard and Mary (Hope) Morgan. His parents were natives of Ireland and Canada, respectively, and settled in Elizabeth township, this county, in 1871. John W. was reared and educated in his native land, where he learned the carpenter's trade. In 1865 he came to the United States, and located in Monongahela City, Pa., where he worked as journeyman until 1866. He then settled in Elizabeth, this county, where he was engaged in business as a contractor and builder up to 1876. Since that year he has been a resident of McKeesport, where he has since done a successful business, having erected some of the finest residences and business blocks in the city. He married Mary J., daughter of William Oldham, of Washington county, Pa., formerly of England. Mr. Morgan is a member of the Methodist Episcopal Church; served one term as councilman; in politics he is a republican.

    Pages 463-464. [biographical sketch of James Gray]

    James Gray, farmer, postoffice Negley, was born in Allegheny county, Feb. 10, 1815, a son of George and Jane (Hope) Gray, who were born in Washington county, Pa., June 25, 1791, and August 31, 1791, respectively. His grandparents were William and Mary (Borland) Gray, who came from east of the mountains and settled here at a very early day, the former born in 1762 and died in 1794; the latter died in 1838, aged seventy-two years. His maternal grandparents were James and Jane (McPherson) Hope, former of whom was born Jan. 22, 1758, and died in 1828, aged seventy years; the latter died in 1839, aged seventy-six years. George Gray, father of our subject, learned the blacksmith's trade, which he followed about twenty-five years, and then began farming. He was the father of six sons and two daughters and celebrated the sixtieth anniversary of his marriage, all of the children being present. He died in 1876, his wife in 1878. James Gray, on leaving school, learned the blacksmith's trade, which he followed for fifteen years two miles east of Turtle Creek, on the Pittsburgh & Greensburg turnpike-road. In 1850 he bought and in 1851 moved to his present farm, on which he erected all the buildings. He sold fifty acres of coal-land at $100 to $300 per acre, and through his influence and energy the New York Coal-works were started, and the branch of the Allegheny road was built. He was reared a democrat, but adopted the republican platform, taking a strong stand for abolition, and in the cause of temperance.
    His name was on the first ticket of the liberty party in this county.
    Mr. Gray married, March 31, 1836, Rachel Hughey, who was born at Turtle Creek in 1817, a daughter of Joseph and Eleanor (Stewart) Hughey, and six children were born to them, three of whom are living: Col. Joseph H., ex-sheriff of this county; Cyrus S., clerk of the orphans' court, and Jennie H. (Mrs. Joel Monroe), who carries on Mr. Gray's farm. The deceased are Oliver P., who died at the age of four years; James, at the age of sixteen years, and Ella, at the age of eight years. Mr. and Mrs. Gray are members of the Presbyterian Church. They have lived to celebrate their golden wedding. Every year they travel considerably.

    Pennsylvania Vital Records From The Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine and The Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography. Volume III.
    Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc.

    Page 102. Deaths from the Philadelphia Repertory. May 5th, 1810 to April 13th, 1811.*

    *The Philadelphia Repertory was issued only between these dates.

    HOPE.--In England, Henry Hope, Esq., principal of the house of Hope and Co. of Amsterdam, a native of Boston, born 1786, and died worth twenty-seven millions of guilders.--April 13, 1811.

    Page 634. Fragments From Old Philadelphia Graveyards. Contributed by Charles R. Barker. St. Paul’s Protestant Episcopal Church.

    Emma | daughter of Thomas and | Mary Hope, who died January | 10th, 1840, aged 17 months and | 26 days.

    A List of Immigrants Who Applied for Naturalization Papers in The District Courts of Allegheny County Pennsylvania, 1841-1855, Volume II.
    Compiled by members of The Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society.

    Page 48.

    HOPE, James (1843) Bn: Eng.; DI: 18 may 1839; Nat: 22 Nov 1843; Sp: Alexander PARK.

    A List of Immigrants Who Applied for Naturalization Papers in The District Courts of Allegheny County Pennsylvania. Section I - 1870-1875; Section II - 1876-1879, Volume IV.
    Compiled by members of The Western Pennsylvania Genealogical Society.

    Page 21.

    FOLEY, Wm. T. (1878) Bn: Ire.; (SA) En: 3 May 1861, Com. D, 9th Pa.Resv. Inf.; Dis: 12 May 1864; Nat: 4 Oct 1878; Sp: W. H. HOPE

    PERSI 01/17/96 pg 803.

    HOPE/Hope-Hays Bible, 1798-1914, Keystone Kuzzins, PA, Vol. 23, No. 4, May 1995.

    Mortality Schedule - 1860.

    HOPE, James, Northampton Co., 21 years, male, May, b PA, suicide, no job.

    Mortality Schedule - 1850.

    HOPE, Mary, Chester County, 82 years, April, Apoplexy.

    HOPE, Nancy, Lawrence County, 32 years, female, October, Consumption.

    E-mail from Debby Masterson (Please contact Hope Blackford for contact information) who owns the book St. Andrews Society of Philadelphia. Transcript follows:


    Mr. HOPE was born 26 Sept 1843 in Alexandria, Dumbartonshire, Scotland. At the age of four years he came to America with his parents and settled in Philadelphia. Here he attended the public schools and at the age of fifteen became employed by a wholesale grocer, James WOODSIDE. He continued in the grocery business until 1861 when he entered the employ of Thomas POTTER. Here he made rapid advancement until at the time of his death he was the secretary-treasurer of the Thomas Potter Sons & Company.

    During the Civil War Mr. HOPE served with the 196th Regiment of Pennsylvania Volunteers. He was a member of the Union League and became its president in 1908.

    Mr. HOPE was a director of the Philadelphia National Bank, the American Audit and Appraisement Company, a representative of the city on the board of the Philadelphia Rapid Transit Company, a trustee of the Penn Mutual Life Insurance Company, a manager of the Home Missionary Society, and a member of the George G. Meade Post No. 1 Grand Army of the Republic. He became a life member of the St. Andrew’s Society in 1873. He took active part in the Society. In 1890 he was elected vice-president and in 1892 was elected president.
    Mr. HOPE died 1 June 1913.

    Library of Congress Photoduplication Service, Biography File.
    HOPE, Sr. John - half-length, engraving. J. Vendramini from an original drawing by W. M. Craig. (Cost $37.50). (on back of photo - 312377)
    Caption: The Hon: Lieut’t. General Sir John HOPE, K.B.
    Engraved by J. Vendramini, from an original Drawing by W. M. Craig. Published Feb. 11, 1850, by T. Cadell & W. Davies, Strand, London.

    [Extraneous Notes from a research trip to Pittsburgh]

    Baptism Records - 1st Presbyterian Church Register, Pittsburgh, PA 1857-94.

    HOPE, _____ (no birthdate) Baptized 30 Sept 1871
    No parents listed.

    Civil War Participants from PA:

    HOPE, Benjamin / Sgt. / I / 112 / Art. / 33
    Joseph S. / Pvt. / H / 62 / Inf / 6
    Martin / Pvt. / G / 1 / WVArt / 16
    Reuben / Pvt. / C / 61 / Inf / 40
    Wm. H. / 1st Lt. / E / 38 / Inf / 3 Mjr / / 204 / Art / 52
    Wm. H. / Capt. / A / 204 / Art / --

    All volunteers from Allegheny Co., PA.

    Place of Arrival: PrEdIsl Date 1748


    HOPE, James / GrBI / CP / 12 March 1840
    James (minor) / Eng / CP / 12 October 1846
    James / Can / QS / 7 March 1849
    James / GrBI / QS / 2 October 1849
    John / GrBI / QS / 27 June 1851
    John / Sco / DC / 29 Nov. 1852 / CP / 22 January 1855
    John / GrBI / CP / 26 Sept. 1856

    GrBI = Great Britain and Ireland
    Sco = Scotland
    Eng = England
    CP = Court of Common Pleas
    QS = Quarter Sessions Court
    DC = US District Court
    PrEdIsl = Prince Edward Island

    CP and QS Records on file at Philadelphia City Archives, Room 523 City Hall Annex, Philadelphia, PA 19017.
    SC - At Archives Branch, Federal Archives & Records Center, 500 Wissahickon Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19144.

    Birth Records in Pittsburgh/Allegheny County, PA:

    Twins: Name / Vol? / Page? / Year
    HOPE, Male / 30 / 406 / 1866
    HOPE, Male / 30 / 406 / 1866
    Born to HOPE, John D., and HOPE, Ann (unable to read middle initial) on 24 August 1886, Mylie Avenue, 11th Ward by J. M. Lee, MD of 173 Centre Avenue, 11th Ward. Certificate dated 1 October 1886, Registered 3 February 1887.

    HOPE, John d 15 Jan 1818, 10 mos. Son of James and Jane. Grave 18, St. Luke’s Graveyard, Woodville, PA.

    E-mail from Judy Schwarze (Please contact Hope Blackford for contact information) regarding PA - Will Indexes

    Fayette Co., PA: HOPE, Cuthbert C. / Vol 5, Pg 373 / 1882

    Westmoreland Co., PA
    HOPE, Annie / Vol 9, Pg 024 / 1893
    HOPE, James / Vol 2, Pg 187 / 1828

    Letter from Rebecca Kartalia: If HOPE is a surname, as it appears to me, my recall takes me back to WYCKOFF Gen. and DUNHAM Gen. (my maiden name although I’m related to WICOFFs on maternal side). I refer you to: Dunham Family [illegible] W. Dunham, pages 271-275. See 272, 271. WYCKOFF Fam. in America, pages 58-59.

    Am looking at Sarah DUNHAM who m. Capt. Adam HOPE. Their dau. Mary b 1781 m Elias WYCKOFF, but James W. HOPE b 1784 m 1813 Eliz. SHARP. Sons: Marshall, William, Adam, James H., Ge. Wash., John, Elias. DUNHAM Gen. from same line, more [illegible] Page 279, Moses and Austin CRAGER [???].

    E-mail from Eric McAllister (Please contact Hope Blackford for contact information) regarding BUCHANAN Post on FTM-Tech. “To the best of my limited knowledge, James and Jean HOPE had two children: Ruth Ella HOPE and William Kenneth HOPE. Jean HOPE died in 1854 at age 80, but I do not know anythiner further. ... We do not know if they moved to PA but they may have.”

    From the Pamphlet File at Andrew Carnegie Free Library: History of Scott Township, PA. [unknown author]
    Published 22 Nov 1961. [25 pages, double-spaced typing.]

    COAT OF ARMS FOR HOPE - Historiography {Halberts, 3687 Ira Road, Bath, OH 44210)

    The HOPE Coat of Arms illustrated left was drawn by an heraldic artist from information officially recorded in ancient heraldic archives. Documentation for the HOPE Coat of Arms design can be found in “Burke’s General Armory”.

    Heraldic artists of old developed their own unique language to describe an individual Coat of Arms. In their language, the “Arms (shield)” is as follows:

    “Az. a chevron, or, betw three bezants.”

    Above the shield and helmet is the Crest which is described as:

    “A broken terrestial globe, surmounted of a rainbow issuing out of a cloud at each end, all ppr.”

    When translated the blazon also describes the original colors of the HOPE Arms and Crest as it appeared centuries ago.
    Family mottos are believed to have originated as battle cries in medieval times. A Motto was recorded with this HOPE Coat of Arms:


    Individual surnames originated for the purpose of more specific identification. The four primary sources for second names were: occupation, location, father’s name, or personal characteristics. The surname HOEP appears to be locational in origin, and is believed to be associated with the Welsh and English, meaning, “one who came from a sloping hollow between two hills”, and “dweller in a valley, dale, glen, deep hollow, pit, or ravine.” The supplementary sheet included with this report [missing] is designed to give you more information to further your understanding of the origin of names. Different spellings of the same original surname are a common occurrence. Dictionaries of surnames indicate probable spelling variations of HOPE to be DeHOPE.

    Although bearers of the old and distinguished HOPE name comprise a small fraction of the population there are a number who have established for it a significant place in history. They include:

  • Alicia HOPE (DeHOPE) (fl. 1379). She is recorded to have flourished in 1379, according to the “Poll Tax” publications West Reding of Yorkshire.
  • May HOPE (fl. 1678). She was the daughter of John HOPE, and was baptised in 1678, according to the publications at St. James, in Clerkenwell.
  • Thomas HOPE (b. 1770) author and connoisseur. In 1805, he published “Household Furniture”, in 1809, “Costume of the Ancients”, and anonymously, in 1819, “Anastasius, or Memoirs of a Modern Greek.”
  • Alexander James Breesford HOPE (1820-1887), son of Thomas, who was the principal founder of St. Augustine’s Missionary College at Canterbury.
  • No genealogical representation is intended or implied by this report and it does not represent individual lineage or your family tree.

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    Descendants of James Hope, Sr.

    Courtesy of Hope Blackford

    1 Hope, James, Sr.
    b: 20 July 1802 in England
    d: 1858 in Scott Township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    .. +?, Jane
    b: 9 October 1801 in England
    m: ? in England
    d: 1884 in Scott Township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    ....... 2 Hope, Margaret
    ....... 2 Hope, Henry
    b: 24 November 1822 in England
    ........... +?, Susan
    b: 1821 in Pennsylvania
    ................ 3 Hope, Thomas
    b: 1848 in Pennsylvania
    ....... 2 Hope, James, Jr.
    b: 28 May 1824 in England
    ........... +?, Susan
    b: 1827 in Pennsylvania
    ................ 3 Hope, Elizabeth
    b: 1848 in Pennsylvania
    ................ 3 Hope, Anne
    b: February 1850 in Pennsylvania
    ....... 2 Hope, Christopher
    b: 13 August 1826 in England
    ................ 3 Hope, Daughter (no other data available)
    .................... +Corbett, Major (no other data available)
    ......................... 4 Corbett, Otley (no other data available)
    ......................... 4 Corbett, Ross (no other data available)
    ......................... 4 Corbett, Quay
    d: ? in Lakehurst
    ....... 2 Hope, Thomas
    b: 17 February 1828 in England ................ 3 Hope, William A. (no other data available)
    ....... 2 Hope, William
    b: 7 September 1831 in New Castle, England
    d: 23 January 1923 in Pennslyvania
    ....... 2 Hope, Mary Jane
    b: 29 October 1833 in ?
    ....... 2 Hope, Elizabeth
    b: 4 October 1835 in ?
    d: 1 December 1873 in ?
    ........... +Nixon, ? (no other data available)
    ....... 2 Hope, Ann Thompson
    b: 31 December 1838 in Pennsylvania
    ....... 2 Hope, Joseph Shaw
    b: 18 October 1840 in Scott Township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    d: 8 December 1916 in Scott Township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    ........... +Silk, Rebecca Jane
    b: Abt 1836 in Pennsylvania (or 1837) m: 19 July 1866 in Scott Township, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    d: 2 February 1894 in ?
    ................ 3 Hope, James Blaine, Sr.
    b: 15 October 1886 in Carnegie, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    d: 29 December 1968 in Painsville (hospital), Lake Co., Ohio
    .................... +Hitchcock, Alice Irene
    b: 28 September 1892 in ?
    m: 16 May 1916 in Dormont, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    d: 27 December 1960 in Mentor, Lake Co., Ohio
    ....... 2 Hope, Benjamin
    b: 29 May 1843 in Pennsylvania
    ....... 2 Hope, Sarah
    b: 6 June 1845 in Pennsylvania
    ........... +Nixon, William
    b: Abt 1845 in ?
    ................ 3 Nixon, Elmira
    b: 1869
    d: 4 December 1873
    ...... 2 Hope, John
    b: 1 March 1847 in Pennsylvania
    ....... 2 Hope, Maria L.
    b: 16 June 1849 in Pennsylvania
    d: 1935 in ?
    ........... +Stewart, Joseph
    b: 1847 in ?
    d: 1919 in ?
    ................ 3 Stewart, Abbie
    b: 1868
    d: 1924
    .................... +Hepplewhite, John
    b: 1861
    d: 1920
    ................ 3 Stewart, Nellie
    b: Abt 1873
    d: 28 February 1904 in Hope's Hollow, Allegheny Co., Pennsylvania
    .................... +Ranney, Ellsworth
    b: 1873
    d: 8 January 1904 in Columbus, Ohio
    ......................... 4 Ranney, Lucile
    b: 1898
    ......................... 4 Ranney, Stewart
    b: 1900
    ................ 3 Stewart, Joseph (no other data available)
    ................ 3 Stewart, James (no other data available)
    ................ 3 Stewart, Walter (Bun) (no other data available)
    .................... +?, Dora (no other data available)
    ......................... 4 Stewart, Bill (no other data available)
    ......................... 4 Stewart, Daughter (no other data available)
    ................ 3 Stewart, Daughter (no other data available)
    .................... +Beard, Guss A. (no other data available)
    ................ 3 Stewart, Elizabeth (no other data available)
    .................... +Fryer, Goodman (no other data available)

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