“MRS. ANN R. FOGG, a native of Woodford County, is a daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth (Read) Ware. July 21, 1883, she married Elijah Fogg, who was born in Woodford County, July 23, 1803, and who was the only son of Obadiah and Elizabeth (Shipp) Fogg.
Elijah Fogg was a carpenter, at which trade he was was employed until 1840, and then engaged in farming until his death. He and his wife were the parents of eight children; six are living: Elizabeth (married to Anderson Chenault, and had six children: Agnes, Christopher, Samuel, Jephtha, Elijah and Emma), Samuel W. (who married Fanny Gaines,and became the father of five children: Anna, Jennie, Fannie, William and Lucy), Agnes ( who was married to Thomas Steele), Anna (who was married to W.G. Welch, and had three children: Anna, Murray and Gipson), Virginia (who was married to Oakley Thompson, and had four children: Edwin, Barbara, Virginia and Oakley) and Richard J. (who married Miss Susie, daughter of Isham and Sarah (Hall) Hawkins, and had born to him two children: Sadie W. and Willie C.)
Elijah Fogg died a member of the Christian Church, of which Mrs. Ann R. Fogg and all the children were also members.
Mrs. Fogg owns 127 acres in Millville Precinct and keeps the farm in a good state of cultivation.”
Source: Kentucky: A History of the State, Battle, Perrin, & Kniffin, 5th ed., 1887, Woodford Co. Can be viewed on-line at Kentucky GenWeb