Peyton Harrison Hoge is buried at Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, Kentucky.
The Travels of Ego and Alter: An Epistolary Narrative of a Tramp Through the Old Dominion (1879)
The Officers of a Presbyterian Congregation (1886)
The Progressiveness of Christianity (1889)
The Origin of Psalm LXVIII (1890)
The Church on the Elizabeth River: A Memorial of the Two Hundred and Tenth Anniversary of the First Presbyterian Church of Norfolk, VA, 1682-1892 (1892)
The Cultivation of the Missionary Spirit at Home (1892)
Earlier Licensure (1895)
Moses Drury Hoge: Life and Letters (1899)
A Gift to the Library (1899)
The Divine Tragedy; A Drama of the Christ (1905)
Courtesy of Dr. Wayne Sparkman, Director of the PCA Historical Center.