Bogue, Publius Virgilius
Bogue, Publius Virgilius a Presbyterian minister, was born at Farmington, Conn., March 30, 1764. He graduated from Yale College in 1787, and studied theology with his brother at Granville, Mass. He began his ministry at Winchester, Conn., and, after several prosperous years, he accepted a call to Hanover, now Kirkland; then, after a number of years, took charge of the Church in Vernon Centre. He next resided in Vermont a short time to recruit his health, and resumed his pastoral service at Georgia, in that state, and continued for twelve or fourteen years. He was then called to Sauquoit, Central N.Y; after a successful period here, being disabled by the infirmities of age, he removed to Clinton, where he died, Aug. 22, 1836. See Presbyterianism in Central N. Y. p. 464.