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Hogg Births

Ettrick OPR birth records  -  Ettrick, Selkirkshire. Some Hogg entries for births/baptisms from the two
microfilm rolls covering the years 1693-1820 and 1816-1854.

Edinburgh OPR birth/baptism records  -  some birth/baptism records from Edinburgh Parish

CANONGATE Parish Christenings   -  some christening records from Canongate Parish

St CUTHBURTS EDINBURGH Births and Christenings -

Selkirk OPR Birth and Baptism records 1697-1766

CHRISTENING Records for the Parish of ETTRICK, Selkirk, Scotland from 26 September 1740 to 5 September 1742. Microfilm #1067924, Frame 62
1741 5th April, Thomas, son to James CAIRNS and Agnas HOG, in Deephope.

CHRISTENING Records for the Parish of ETTRICK, Selkirk, Scotland from 3 July 1737 to 30 September 1739. Microfilm #1067924, Frame 60
1737 30th October, Helen, daughter to James CAIRNS and Agnas HOG, indwellers in Deephope.

1739 25th March, James, son James CAIRNS and Agnas HOG, indwellers in Deephope.

CHRISTENING Records for the Parish of ETTRICK, Selkirk, Scotland from 24 May 1767 to 24 July 1768. Microfilm #1067924 Frame 88
1767 12th July, William, lawful son to Robert HOGG and Margaret LAIDLAW, Tenants in Ettrickhall.

CHRISTENING Records for the Parish of ETTRICK, Selkirk, Scotland from 09 October, 1774 to 06 May 1776 Microfilm #1067924 Frame 93
1775 20th August, Euphan, lawful daughter to James HOGG and Isabel CURRIE, indwellers at Ettrickhall.

1775 20th August, Euphan, lawful daughter to James HOGG and Isabel CURRIE, indwellers at Ettrickhall.

CHRISTENING Records for the Parish of ETTRICK, Selkirk, Scotland from 09 October, 1774 to 06 May 1776 Microfilm #1067924 Frame 93
1776 25th February, Robert, son to Robert HOGG and Margaret LAIDLAW, tenants in Ettrickhall.

BIRTH Records for the Parish of ETTRICK, Selkirk, Scotland from 16 August 1819 to 3 June 1820. Microfilm #1067924 Frame 281
1819 16th August, George, son of Francis HOGG and Margaret BRYDON his spouse, born at Hopehouse and baptized in the Church by the Rev. Mr. BENNET, Parish Minister.

Births in the Parish of Eastwood in the County of Renfrew #130
Name & Surname - Robert Thomson Jeffrey HOGG
When & Where Born - 1866 March twentieth 1h 30m AM Largo Villa, Shawlands
Sex - M
Name, Surname & Rank or Profession of Father - Alexander Hogg, Sugar Broker
Name & Maiden Surname of Mother - Agnes Hogg, MS Turnbull
Date & Place of Marriage - 1856 July 14 Paisley
Signature & Qualification of Informant & residence if out of the house in which the birth occured - Elizabeth Turnbull, Aunt, Present
When and where registered & signature of registrar -1866 April 9 at Pollockshaws, Alex Lemon,Registrar

(thanks to Janet Connochie)

1857 Births in the 2 District of Burgh of Dundee in the County of Forfar
Hogg Johann b.1856 December fifteenth 9h PM
Place -
32 Upper Pleasance, Dundee
M
Father - Alexander Hogg Painter / Mother - Lucinda Hogg maiden name McDougall
from - http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~connochie/bdm/ansbirths1857.html

1866 Births in the District of Abbey in the Burgh of Paisley (Renfrewshire)
Robert Thomson Jeffrey Hogg b.1866 March Twentieth 1h 30m AM
Place - Largo Villa, Shawlands
M
Father - Alexander Hogg - Sugar Broker/ Mother - Agnes Hogg MS Turnbull
from - http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~connochie/bdm/rfwbirths1866.html

1867 Births in the District of Abbey in the Burgh of Paisley (Renfrewshire)
John Hogg b.1867 May sixth 3h 15m AM
Place - 20 Lawn Street, Paisley
M
Father - John Hogg Iron Moulder / Mother - Christina Hogg MS Brannan / m.1855 October 23rd, Glasgow
from - http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~connochie/bdm/rfwbirths1867.html

1867 Births in the Parish of Eastwood in the County of Renfrew
Charles Morton Hogg b.1867 October Twentieth 9h 0m AM
Elgin Villa, Shawlands
M
Parents - Alexander Hogg - Sugar Merchant; Agnes Hogg MS Turnbull - m.1856 July 29, Paisley
from - http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.com/~connochie/bdm/rfwbirths1867.html

From the Scotland BDM Exchange and Judy Auld
BAPTISMS
HOGG, Alexander, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 30 Apr 1809, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, Alexander, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 25 Sep 1803, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, Elizabeth, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 04 Feb 1816, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, James, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 05 May 1811, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, Janet, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 30 Apr 1813, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, John, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 26 Apr 1818, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, Lilias, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 01 Jul 1807, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, Robert, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 03 Sep 1820, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, William, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 11 Nov 1827, East Kilbride, LKS,
HOGG, William, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 08 Dec 1823, East Kilbride, LKS,

From http://www.sctbdm.com/births/bir-h.htm and Judy Auld
BIRTHS
HOGG, Alexander, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 27 Apr 1809, Dykehead, LKS,
HOGG, Alexander, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 01 Sep 1803, Eastend, LKS,
HOGG, Andrew, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 16 Oct 1825, Eastend, LKS,
HOGG, Elizabeth, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 25 Jan 1816, Eastend, LKS,
HOGG, James, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 23 Apr 1811, Eastend, LKS,
HOGG, Janet, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 27 Apr 1813, Eastend, LKS,
HOGG, John, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 06 May 1867, Eastend, LKS,
HOGG, Lilias, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 26 Jun 1807, Dykehead, LKS,
HOGG, Robert, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 17 Aug 1818, Eastend, LKS,
HOGG, William, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 17 Oct 1827, Eastend, LKS,
HOGG, William, John Hogg, Janet Glen, 01 Dec 1823, Eastend, LKS,

From Janet Connochie
BIRTHS
HOGG, Charles Morton, Alexander Hogg, Agnes Turnbull, 20 Oct 1867, Eastwood, RFW,
HOGG, Johann, Alexander Hogg, Lucinda McDougall, 15 Dec 1856, Dundee, ANS,
HOGG, John, John Hogg, Christina Brannan, 15 Apr 1818, Paisley, RFW,
HOGG, Robert Thomson Jeffrey, Alexander Hogg, Agnes Turnbull, 20 Mar 1866, Eastwood, RFW,

Hogg baptisms in Canonbie, DFS, SCT OPR (LDS film #1067956) 10 Oct 1736 - 15 Jul 1739
2 Nov 1736 - Jean and ???, children of George BELL and Bessie HOGG witn: Ja: IRVING and John CARRUTHERS
4 Mar 1739 - George, child of George BELL and Bessie HOGG witn: Jo: ARMSTRONG and Robt ELLIOTT


Hogg Marriages

Ettrick OPR marriage records  -  Ettrick, Selkirkshire. Some Hogg entries for marriages from the two
microfilm rolls covering the years 1693-1820 and 1816-1854.

Seaton/Siton Opr Data - Francis Hogg

Stow Parish
George Smibert mar Margaret Hog 22 Sep 1792. They christened 2 children in
Stow. Agnes chr. 5 May 1793 and Alison chr 1 Feb 1795 - (thanks to Louella)

Prestonpans, East Lothian Parish
Helein Smibaird mar Richard Archibald Hoge/Hogen 3 Apr 1619
(this Hoge/Hogen could have remained Hogen of course) - (thanks to Louella)

James HOGG, Esq. of Pittendreich, married to Eliza, eldest daughter of late Adam
Begg Esq. Lumphinans. 18th December 1849 at 38 Castle Street, Edinburgh. - This info. is from private papers in the possesion of Hilary Kirkland (1982), or from Kinross-shire Advertiser, Nos1-36, Feb 1847-Dec 1849.

From http://www.sctbdm.com/marriages/mar-g-l.htm
Hog, James, Elizabeth, 07 Nov 1812, East Kilbride, LKS, Judy Auld
Hogg, John, Janet Glen, 26 Jun 1803, East Kilbride, LKS, Judy Auld
Hogg, John, Margaret Napier, 30 May 1781, Cambuslang, LKS, Judy Auld
Hogg, John, Ruth Broadfoot, 16 Feb 1872, Kirkconnel, DFS, Margaret Dowling
Hogg, Thomas, Janet Stirling, 27 Jan 1799, East Kilbride, LKS, Judy Auld




Hogg Deaths

Ettrick OPR death records  -  Ettrick, Selkirkshire. Some Hogg entries for deaths from the two
microfilm rolls covering the years 1693-1820 and 1816-1854.

GEORGE  HENDERSON HOGG - Killed in action 26th September 1915  -  More info and obit

20 Apr 1836 - Hogg Alex^r Interred at Eccles - from Coldstream, Berwick Parish records. Burial records - Persons who are listed as died and/or buried elsewhere

Coldstream, Berwick, Scotland - Parish Records
1798 among a group recorded 10 Jun Mrs. Hogg fee 10 shillings
18 Jan 1809 Helen Hogg fee 10 pence
17 Jun 1809 George Hogg no mort cloth
6 Aug 1810 John Hogg no mort cloth
8 Jan 1811 Isabel Hogg fee 10 pence
14 Jan 1811 James Hogg fee 10 pence
14 Sep 1813 Gavin Hogg fee 10 pence
4 Dec 1817 Isabel Hogg no mortcloth
13 Jan 1818 Alex^r Hogg no mortcloth
5 Sep 1821 Ralph Hogg no mortcloth
2 Jun 1824 Marg^t Hogg no mortcloth
16 Nov 1824 Gavin Hogg no mortcloth
3 Dec 1826 Gavin Hogg fee 4 shillings
7Apr 1829 Elizabeth Hogg fee 6 shillings
8 Apr 1839 Jean Hogg fee 6 shillings
15 Jan 1835 Ann Hogg mortcloth 1 shilling
Died 12 May 1842 Rob^t Hogg, age 54, Blacksmith at New Coldstream
Died 5 Feb 1843 Rob^t Hogg, age 8 3/4, son of Wm. Hogg, Butcher
Died 6 Jul 1846 James Hogg, age 33
Died 6 Feb 1847 Alexander Hogg, age 1 yr
Died 24 Mar 1848 Peter Hogg, age 6
Died 27 Feb 1849 Margaret Hogg, age 41
Died 29 Aug 1852 Elizabeth Hogg, age 3

The fee was usually for the mort cloth to cover the body before putting
in the grave. In the earlier burials I think the 10 pence was for a child's
mort cloth. I'm not sure if some people didn't use the parish mort cloth
because they didn't want to pay the fee or if they had their own family
cloth. Sometimes ringing the bells increased the parish fee. But
put the fee in because that is at least an indicator if the person was a
child
or an adult in the earlier records.
thanks to Louella


From "Pre 1855 Gravestone Inscriptions in Angus Co Scotland.Vol I
Strathmore"
thanks to Ann Jensen

Farnell,Angus Co, Scot.

Wm.Croall 18.8.1868,70, wife Margt Croall 31.12.1875,66,son John 10.1840,2,
son Jas 12.1848,13,son Jas 3.1855,8m,son Alex died Australia 1887,37,dau Margt
HOGG d Aberdeen1893,51,son David died Australia 1893,53,son wm 7.1. 1905,67
...........
Brechin Cathederal Kirk,Angus Co. Scot

By surviving family imo their mo Margt Smart 24.3.1853,51: Thomas HOGG &
Isabella Kinear,da Margt 21.8. 1853,1 1/2
..........
Lethnot,Angus Co. Scot.

Chas Will fr Tillybardin 10.3.1828.85.wife Eliz Bowman 26.9. 1823,44.by dau
Isabella Farquarson d Edinburgh 18.6.1883,(widow of Francis HOGG in Edinburgh)
.........
Glamis,Angus Co.Scot.

John HOGG d Charleston 9.9.1884,78 wife Cath Kidd d Airlie 18.9.1846,38.son Wm
clothier Glamis 10.1.1911,67 (son d 15.5.1876 inf,1 da Jessie Murray
28.8.1921,50.wife Christine Allan 27.1.1922,76.son Wm mert tailor Glamis
9.12.1931,49.int Glamis cem,son RobtAllan d Northfield Cottage,Brechin
9.1.1937,62.son Gavin Murry 4.1.1939,51.da Annie HOGG Mudie
17.12.1940,62.son Allan 6.4.1942,70.son Jas 15.2.1954,69.da Christina HOGG
Edward 21.11 1963,84.

from DEATH Records for the Parish of ETTRICK, Selkirk, Scotland from 3 March 1820 to 29 September 1823 Microfilm #1067925
1820 13th August, George, son of Francis HOGG, Taylor (sic), Hopehouse, aged 1 year.
1820 3rd December, Jane infant child of James HOGG, Phawhope.

DEATH Records for the Parish of ETTRICK, Selkirk, Scotland from 28 March 1844 to 3 January 1846 Microfilm #1067925
1844 30th March, Thomas HOGG, late Taylor (sic), Hopehouse, aged 72. Buried in Ettrick Churchyard.

From http://www.sctbdm.com/deaths/dth-hi-hy.htm and Judy Auld
Hogg Margaret William Hogg   27/08/1846 Cambuslang LKS Judy Auld
Hogg Robert Robert Hogg   18/09/1854 Cambuslang LKS Judy Auld
Hogg William     14/04/1855 Cambuslang LKS Judy Auld
Hogg William Robert Hogg   15/09/1854 Cambuslang LKS Judy Auld

Extract from the Old Parish Register for the DUNDEE (ST. PETER PARISH), SCOTLAND - BURIALS 1837 - 1856




Hoggs in the Census

1851 Census - HOGGS in Selkirkshire

1861 Census - HOGGS in Selkirkshire

1881 Census - HOGGs in Selkirkshire

1881 Census - HOGGs from Selkirkshire living elsewhere in the UK

1891 Census Rothesay BUT  -  family of Thomas and Rebecca Hogg

INHABITANTS IN THE BURGH OF SELKIRK, 16TH JUNE 1817.

Institutionalised 1851 Census Indexes  -  includes prisoners, inmates, paupers, prostitutes and lunatics
HOGG           JEAN        DFS   DFS   Ref#2316  (small fee charged for more info)

Angus County 1851 Census Strays
HOGG           GEORGE    ANS    LKS   Ref#6091
HOGG           HELLEN      ANS   LKS   Ref#6094
HOGG           JOHN            ANS  LKS   Ref#6092
(small fee charged for complete listing)

1851 Census Servant Strays
HOGG           AGNES          BEW   BEW   Ref#596
HOGG           ANN               ABD   ABD    Ref#4820
HOGG           JAMES          ABD   ABD    Ref#4821
HOGG           JEAN             DFS    DFS     Ref#2316
(small fee charged for complete listing)

1851 Scottish Strays  -  found out in other parts of the UK
HOGG           ALEXANDERS     SCT   DUR   Ref#10138
HOGG           ANDREW              SCT   DUR   Ref#10137
HOGG           DAVID                   SCT   DUR   Ref#10140
HOGG           JANE                      SCT   DUR   Ref#10136
HOGG           ROBERT               SCT   DUR   Ref#10135
HOGG           ROBERT               SCT   DUR   Ref#10139
HOGHARD        JOHN               SCT   MDX  Ref#10517
HOGHARD        JOHN               SCT   MDX  Ref#10517
HOGHARD        JOHN               SCT   MDX  Ref#10517
(small fee charged for complete listing)

HOGG FAMILIES in the 1841 CENSUS for WILTON, ROXBURGH   taken on the night of 7th June 1841


1851 Census of Berwickshire

ISABEL HOGG / HEAD / U / 66 / born BEW, ECCLES (address - Village of Clintmains)

Schedule No.: 26 House Address: MERTOUN GARDEN HOUSE 86
Name & Surname / Relation / Condition/ M F / Occupation / Where Born /
WALTER HOGG / HEAD / MAR / 58 /AG LAB / BEW, MERTOUN
MARY HOGG / W / MAR / 56 / EDN, STOW
ROBERT HOGG / SON / U /30 / COACHMAN / BEW, MERTON
AGNES HOGG / D / U /28 / HOUSE SERVANT/ BEW, MERTON
GEORGINA ELLIOT / NIECE / 1 / BEW, MERTON

Schedule No.: 49 House Address: BELLS HILL 109
Name & Surname / Relation / Condition / M F / Occupation / Where Born /
ADAM HOGG / HEAD / MAR / 42 / AG LAB / BEW, ECCLES
JANET HOGG / W / MAR / 41 / ROX, HAWICK
GEORGE HOGG / SON / U / 15 / AG LAB / ROX, BOWDEN
ISABELLA HOGG / D / 13 / SCHOLAR / BEW, MERTOUN
JANET HOGG / D / 9 / SCHOLAR / BEW, MERTOUN
EDWARD MECKENDS / VISITOR / U / 26 / AG LAB / MONAGHAN,


1861 Census Roxbughshire Scotland
Parish of Hawick
Town of Hawick
page 4
schedule 19

Adam HOGG head of house. Marr. age 27
occ. Wool Framework Knitter
born Wilton,Rox.
no. children 5-15 att. school (0)
number of rooms with 1 or more windows = 1

Harriet wife Marr. age 27
born Wilton,Rox.
............................

1861 Census Rox. Scot.
Parish of St.Mary's
Town of Hawick
page 1
schedule 2
#1 Kirkwynd

John A. HOGG head of house. marr age 65
Woolen Stocking Framework Knitter
born Hawick,Rox.
no of child.5-15 att.school (1)
number of rooms with 1 or more windows = 1

Agnes wife Marr. age 64.
born Hawick,Rox.

Agnes HOGG daugh.unmarr. age 26
Wool Factory Worker
born Hawick,Rox.

Thanks to Ann Jensen

1841 Census of Scotland. Peebleshire. Parish of Stobo.

Address Name Age Occupation Born in County Stobohope

Hogg William 70 Ag Lab n
o
" Mary 65 "
" William 35 Ag Lab "
" Christian 30 "
" James 8 yes
" Robert 6 "
" Jean 3 "
"Mary 1 "
 
Adult Ages in this Census are to nearest 5 yrs

Hogg Wills and Deeds


Hoggs found in Cemetaries

Tombstones in Selkirk, Selkirkshire (some)

HOGG MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS in WILTON NEW CEMETERY, HAWICK  

HOGG MONUMENTAL INSCRIPTIONS from WELLOGATE CEMETERY, HAWICK  

from Gala Aisle,  the oldest Cemetery in Galashiels -   thanks to Nigel Hardie  

               In Memory of James Sanderson
                                        Farmer Meigle
                            died 15th Aug 1866 aged 82 years
                                        Joanna Hogg
                                            his wife
                             died 6th Oct 1852 aged 73 years
                                    their daughter Jessie
                                          wife of the
                               Rev. John Law Innerleithen
                            died 23rd Sep 1860 aged 43 years
                              Joanna last surviving daughter
                                         of the above
                                     James Sanderson
                         born 18th Feb 1818 died 3rd Jun 1903

The Commonwealth War Graves Commission  - huge online database. This Register provides personal and service details and places of commemoration for the 1.7 million members of the Commonwealth forces who died in the First or Second World Wars.  Over 700 Hoggs listed.

Cannonbie Churchyard Cemetery - Hoggs (50)

St MUNGO CEMETERY - 1 Hogg listing

Monumental Inscriptions St Ninian`s Old Churchyard,Whithorn,Wigtownshire,Scotland - 1 Hogg listing

Wellogate Cemetery, Hawick,Roxberghshire.

Monument Inscriptions in Berwickshire - there are so many that I created a new page. (thanks to Ann Jensen)

Pre 1855 Gravestone inscriptions, Peebleshire, Scotland.
Stobo Churchyard

14 Wm Hogg late herd Stobohope d there 29.1.1847 79 w Mary Beattie d Broughton Place 6.7.1858 84

15 Robt Hogg 1 son wm, corrector of press for several yrs to Ballantyne & co latterly to Oliver & Boyd. d Stobohope 9.1.1834 31 by w Janet Lawrie

16 Jas Hogg herd sn Wm Hogg & Mary Beattie / Stobohope d Yalr 30.6.1829 22yr 4w

17 Jas Hogg herd Harrowhope d there 7.4.1880 47, w Violet Elliot d Spittal 1.9.1892 60

18 Wm Hogg d Stobohope 12.6.1888 84, w Chr Lawrie d there 10.4.1881 75,twin da Mary d there 30.6.1838 1, Ida Jane d Peebles 21.1.1897 59, yt sn David d Peebles 3.7.1900 58, da Mary 3.12.1907 69, s Robt 17.5.1914 79, da Margt28.2.1923 72, s Wm d Peebles 19.2.1925 82

Memorial Inscriptions and Photographs of the older gravestones situated in the Kirkyard of Monikie Parish Kirk, Angus (formerly Forfarshire), Scotland.


Biographies

"Frank HOGG" - from Hawick's Prominent Men In Victorian Days......by the late Mr James Edgar.

Provost George Hogg - from Hawick's Prominent Men In Victorian Days......by the late Mr James Edgar.

WILLIAM DRUMMOND HOGG: He was a Barrister-at-law in Ottawa Canada. He was born in the town of Perth,County of Lanark,Ont.Can.on the Feb.29 1848. His father was David HOGG,son of Lieutenant John HOGG,of the Royal Artillery, a native of Edinburgh,Scot.,who as an officer,took part at the seige of Copenhagen,at the battle of the Pyramids,battle of the Nile,etc. David HOGG emigrated to Canada 1832,and was one of the pioneer settlers of the town of Perth,where he carried on a large furniture manufacturing business. He died in 1882. His mother was Isabella Inglis of Clackmannan.She came to Canada in 1831,and she died in 1881. Mr HOGG was a Presbyterian. He was married on Sept.14,1875 to Louisa Agnes RATTRAY,third dau.of the late Dr.Charles Rattray,of Cornwall,Ont. Mr HOGG was admitted to the bar in 1874. The late lamented James BETHUNE Q.C. was married to Mr. HOGG's wife's sister. (thanks to Ann Jensen)

Reverend J.A. Hogg - from the Hedley Gazette - Keremeos, B.C. Canada


Miscellaneous

Aberdeen University search:   William Hogg & Son, Bankers,     Edinburgh, 15 May 1758;

James Hogg - The Ettrick Shepherd  -  Family Tree

Photos  of  Hoggs from Hawick, Selkirkshire who were wounded or killed in World War One

1752 Directory of Edinburgh thanks to Eleanor in Sydney

NAMES THAT HAVE BEEN EXTRACTED  FROM THE MARRIAGE INDEX (1853 - 1895) OF VICTORIA, AUSTRALIA.  -  born in the borders of Scotland
Hogg, Georgiana. . . . . . . . . dfs dob-1866   married  Yule,William. . . . . . . . .reg#3897
Hogg, Isabella . . . . . . . . . bew dob-1866    married   Elston,William. . . . . . . .reg#3964
Hogg, Robert . . . . . . . . . . rox dob-1875    married   Douglas,Martha. . . . . . . .reg#4068

Muster roll of H.M 94th Regiment of Foot (Scots Brigade) for 25th June 1804 to 24th Dec1804, recorded when the regiment was in camp near Futtypore (Fatehpur), India.
HOGG, Thomas                          Effective                                                                 Private
HOGG, William                          BPC                      Died 9th August, 1804               Private

County Directory of Scotland 1912

3 Hoggans, 1 Hoggon

James Myles Hogge (Member of Parliament) http://members.xoom.com/marrwit/county/1912countydirectory1087.JPG

Book - Hoge and Hogue : from a 1682 Scottish immigrant to a 1986 southern clan by Lola Gentry Hogue

 

This was found in a book in Winnipeg Manitoba Canada:

Miss HELEN HOGG. Miss Hogg was born on July 24 1887 in Tullibody,Clackmannan,Scotland. She came to Canada in 1907 to live with her brother in Montreal. Miss Hogg came to live at the," Middlechurch Home " on March 30,1981, and died on Sept.7,1993 at 106 years. *NOTE* I think that the nursing home was in Winnipeg,Man.Canada.

(thanks to Ann Jensen)

Capt. T. Hogg - Original pre 1940 English Cigarette Cards
a card from the set Turf Personalities,
issued in 1929 by the cigarette card company Ogdens

THE HOGG SCRAPBOOK - These works are primarily from Robert Hogg, B. 1818 Scotland, came to America
in 1835, and all his kin. (thanks to Janice Brooks-Headrick)

HOGG SINCE THE VIKIN DAYS WHERE THE HOGG FAMILY ORIGINALLY WENT BACK 1100 YEARS AGO IN SCOTLAND, WELL THE FIRST DAY MY GRANDFATHER WENT TO SCHOOL HE GAVE HIS TEACHER HIS NAME AS JAMES CLEAVER HOGG, MISS MADGE HOGGE HIS FIRST GRADE TEACHER, HAD NEVER SEEN HOGGE SPELT HOGG, DECIDED THE CORRECT SPELLING WAS HOGGE AND THUS ENTERED THAT IN SCHOOL RECORDS, BECAUSE SHE DID NOT AT THAT TIME TELL MY GRAND FATHER ,HE WAS YOUNG AND UNAWARE OF THAT,YEARS LATER WHEN HE WAS APPLYING FOR A COUNTY PERMIT FOR SOMETHING HE MADE AN APPLICATION OUT, THE COUNTY CAME BACK AND SAID HE WAS NOT THE PEESON LISTED, IN THOSE DAYS THE RECORDS WERE VERY POORLY KEPT. SEEMS COUNTY RECORDS WERE COPPIED FROM SCHOOL RECORDS IN EARLY 1900 IN GLOUCESTER ,VA.THUS JAMES CLEAVER HOGG AND HIS DECENDANTS BECAME HOGGE. / MADE HOGGE WAS AN ENGLISH WOMAN,, HOGG ANCESTERS ARRIVED USA IN 1649 ORIGINALLY---HAROLD


 

Scottish Counties
(counties coming soon. while I get the info transferred, please check this Scotland page as well)

Aberdeenshire Angus Argyll Ayrshire Banffshire
Berwickshire Bute (islands of Arran and Bute) Caithness Clackmannanshire Dumfriesshire
Dunbartonshire East Lothian Fife Forfarshire Inverness-shire
Kincardineshire Kinross-shire Kirkcudbrightshire Lanarkshire Midlothian
Moray Nairnshire Orkney Peeblesshire Perthshire
Renfrewshire Ross & Cromarty Roxburghshire Selkirkshire Shetland
Stirlingshire Sutherland West Lothian Wigtownshire SCOTLAND

 


KIRKINTILLOCH WAR MEMORIAL

GEORGE  HENDERSON HOGG
BORN: About 1888.
P.O.B: Kilsyth.
ENLISTED: Kilmarnock.
FATHER: Mr David Hogg, 72 Townhead, Kirkintilloch. (Mother - Janet Horne Henderson)
13665 Corporal
7th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers.
Killed in action 26th September 1915 - LOOS

Kirkintilloch Herald 6th October 1915

On Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Hogg, who reside at 74 Townhead, received word that their son, Corporal G.H. Hogg, of the 7th Battalion Royal Scots Fusiliers, had fallen in the recent big fight at Hill 70.  The word came from Private Geo. Cooper, of the same regiment, one of his comrades, who states that he was sorry to inform them that George had fallen in battle.  He was leading on his men splendidly and died like a hero.  He saw him fall but could not get near him.  Private Cooper does not say that he saw Corpl. Hogg after he fell, and there is still a glimmer of hope that he may be severely wounded.  It was in the third charge on Hill 70 that he fell, and as the ground taken was held by the British, further news will likely come to hand.  Corpl. Hogg served his apprenticeship in the fitting shop at the Lion Foundry, and prior to joining the Army was employed at the Carron works, Falkirk.  Both he and Pte. Cooper enlisted together.  Corporal Hogg, while in Kirkintilloch took an active part in the work of the Y.M.C.A., in which he was for some time an office-bearer.  At the meeting on Sabbath morning feeling reference was made to his untimely death, and the Association flag was flying at half-mast.

Kirkintilloch Herald 13th October 1915

Official intimation was received from the War Office on Friday morning confirming the sad news that Corporal Hogg, 7th R.S.F., son of Mr. and Mrs. Hogg, 72 Townhead Kirkintilloch, had been killed in action.  Corporal Hogg's parents have received many letters of sympathy, among them being from Lieut. Mair, his platoon commander, to the following effect:  "Please permit me to offer you a few lines of sympathy in the great loss you have suffered in the loss of your son, Corpl. George Hogg.  You will be glad to know that he could not have suffered in any way, as he was struck by shrapnel on the front line on the crest of the hill (Hill 70), and was killed instantaneously.  As his platoon commander, I have always found him a ready and willing worker, and ever cheery in spite of all discomforts.  He led the way in the great attack, and showed himself a brave and fearless man, and his loss is greatly felt by us who knew him so well."  Corpl Hogg's comrade, George Cooper, of the same regiment, who is a doctor's servant, has also written to say that he did his best to find his friend, but the shell fire was so heavy that the doctor and he had to hurry on, and then they got the order to retire to let the Scots Guards in their place.  He was led to believe that George was shot through he heart, but he would enquire further about it.  He was sorry to say that the gas did for most of the boys.  Personally, he was a good two or three hours before he recovered from the effects of it.  Writing from the Base Headquarters at Havre, the Rev. C. Guthrie Cooper, in the course of a most sympathetic letter to Mr. and Mrs. Hogg, says:  "Your brave son has died the noblest death that can be conceived.  I am sure from what I know of him he would give his life gladly, believing as he did, that he was doing his duty, and that in enlisting he was acting in obedience to a sacred call.  I remember him saying so the last time he was at the Manse.  I have seen and talked to hundreds and hundreds of sorely wounded men in these past few days, and what one could not but feel is that they are suffering and dying as their Master suffered and died for the good of the world".
 

 NOTES   Name inscribed on Y.M.C.A. Memorial Plaque in Clydesdale Bank Kirkintilloch

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1752 Directory of Edinburgh.

Edinburgh had two main West-East streets.

On the ridge down from the castle:Castlehill,Lawnmarket,High
St,Netherbow Port.

In the valley,5 minutes walk to the south:
West Port,grassmarket(an open square),the Cow gate,Cowgate Port.

Between and to N and S of these streets were long narrow
closes,wynds,stairs.

HOGG family in 1752 Directory of Edinburgh.

Alexander  merchant     Main`s  Byre`s Close Head back of Tolbooth.
George     brewer          Colt`s    Cant`s Close Foot.
James       merchant      Myln`s   Mary King`s Close.
James       merchant     Stewart`s   High street at Fishmarket Close.
John         corkcutter      Bell`s      President`s Close.
Thomas   schoolmaster   Chatto`s  Dickson`s Close.
Walter    merchant   Hay`s   Gosford`s Close.
Walter & Co.  merchants   Hogg`s   Paterson`s Court.
William   merchant   Currie`s  Castlehill South.
William & Son  merchants   Hogg`s   Castlehill South.

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Edinburgh OPR birth/baptism records

 

EDINBURGH PARISH.     Not in order.  Wt.=Witness.2 dates=Birth/bapt.

9 Nov  1778 William Hog,Gent serve,&Margaret Veitch  Westkirk
parish=John.
                                            Wt.John&WilliamVietch,Masons.

19/26 Aug.1777 Robert Hogg,Shoemaker ?mother=Katherine.
                                            Wt.? Hogg,Tanner.

1777 Daniel & Margaret Hogg=John.
                                            Wt.Dr.Drysdale & JohnRoxbough of Jamaica.

10 June 1777 William Hogg ,Currier,of Lady Yester Parish & Grizell Brash
= Elizabeth.

April 1777 George Hogg Merchant & Janet Anderson =Mary.
                                            Wt.James Hogg & Alex
Garroch.
Dec 1776 James Hog & Janet Charles=Jean
                                            Wt.John & George Hog.

22/27 Feb.1776 Robert Hogg & ? Walker =Margaret.

25 Feb 1775 James Hog Merchant,& Janet Charles =Elizabeth.
                                            Wt.George & John Hog Ind...?

June 1768 James Hogg,Writer in New Greyfriers & Henrietta  ? Rep or /Ros
= Anne.

24 Sept 1812 Alexander Hogg,Clerk to Sir William Forbes & Co. at Hope
Park End & Margaret Edmundson =Elizabeth.

27 April/may 1804 Joseph Hogg & Margaret Brown of Old Grey Friers Parish
= Isabella.

May 1804 Richard Hogg,Cabinet Maker,& Mary Ireland=John.
                                          Wt.Dr.John Touch & Michael Ireland.

22 Aug 1803 David Hogg,Wright & Agnes ?Wilton or Milton,New North Parish
= Catherine.

27 Aug 1802 Joseph Hogg,Porter &Margaret Brown,Old Grey Friers Parish =
James.

2 June 1802 Robert Hogg ,Baker,& Susan Haswell,St.Andrews Church =
Alexander.
                                         Wt.Robert & John Hogg.

MORE

EDINBURGH PARISH 2dates=birth/christening Wt=witness


June 1768 James Hogg writer in New Grey Friers & Henrietta ? Ross=Anne.


25 Feb 1775 James Hogg Merchant & Janet Charles=Elizabeth.
Wt.George & John Hogg ?Indemen.


9Nov1778 William Hog Gent.Serv & Margaret Veitch Westkirk parish=John.
Wt.John & William Veitch masons.


19/26 ? 1777Robert Hogg shoe maker=Katherine.
Wt.? Hogg tanner.


10June1777William Hogg?Say Hay currier.Lady Yester parish & Grisell
Brash=Elizabeth.


April1777George Hogg merchant & Janet Anderson=Mary.
Wt.James Hogg &Alexander Garroch..


Dec1776 James Hog & Janet Charles=Jean.
Wt.John& George Hog.


22/27 Feb1776 Robert Hogg& ?Walker=Margaret.


24 Sept 1812 Alexander Hogg clerk to Sir William Fobes & Co at Hope Park
End
& Margaret Edmondson=Elizabeth.

26/29.....1785 George Hogg merchant & Janet Anderson Tolbooth Kirk =
John
Wt.James Hogg merchant in Ed.& James Brown merchant in Ed.


6/21 May 1785 William Hogg bookbinder New North Kirk& Isabel Glover =
John Rynd
Wt.John Rynd writer &George Cruickshanks writer in Ed.


13/19 March 1785 Joseph Hogg porter Old Grey Friers parish & Isabel
Macready=Joseph
A HOGG AS WITNESS


12 June 1784 James Brown merchant Old Grey Friers parish & Mary
Briggs=Grisell
Wt.George Hogg merchant & David Murray watchmaker.in Ed. David Murray watchmaker is seen as the husband of Katherine McKay.

25/31 May 1783 George Hogg merchant & Janet Anderson ,Tolbooth=William
Wt. James Hogg merchant in Ed.& Alexander Garry (?Garoch)merchant in
Ed.
A HOGG AS WITNESS


11/30 April 1768 John Veitch merchant in Ed.parish & Margaret
Lawson=John
Wt.Mr. Walter Hog British Linen Office &
William Currie Wright in Dalkieth Bridge.


2/14 May 1768 William Hgg ferrier in Old Grey Friers parish & Margaret?
Hall=Margaret
Wt.John?Nielson stabler.& John ? Brown


8/18 June 1768 James Hogg writer in New Grey Friers parish & Henrietta
Ros=Anne
Wt.Daniel Ros & John Angus merchants.


14 Sept 1768 James Hogg Jun Merchant in Tronkirk parish& Janet
Charles=George (?Gun ?Junior)Wt.Ja`sCouper wright in Ed.& Thos Cockburn
Merchant in Carlton St.


16/21 Sept 1768 John Hogg journyman baxter in Collage Kirk parish & Jean
Mc Naghton=Isabell
Wt.Jas Mathieson journyman baxter& John McLaren flaxdresser in Tronkirk
parish


3/15 March 1769 ?Mr? Mrs.Thos Hogg in Newnorth Kirk parish & Collin
Campbell=son -Collin
Wt.The Rt.Hon.David Earl of Leven.Lord Ruthven & Mr Nesbit of Dirleton &
&Mr.Ja..p Pringle of ? Boulin.Bapt.by Rev Mr.Walker


17/24 Sept 1769Walter Hogg timber merchant in Ed. & Honora Ramsay=Anne
Wt.James Ramsay& Thomas Hogg merchant


27Nov/6 Dec1769 James Hogg writer in New Grey Friers parish & Henrietta
Ros=Jean
Wt.John Angus & Daniel Ros merchants.

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CANONGATE Parish Christenings

CANONGATE Parish Christenings.   wt=witness.

27 July1749George Hog & Janet Johnstone=female.
.wt.Robert Hog,brewer in Croft angry&William Johnstone Portioner.
(We know from marriage cert.that William was the father of janet
Johnstone.)

A "portioner was the proprietor of a small estate or piece of land once
part of a larger estate. It also refers to a joint heir or a person who
shares with another in a joint venture or jointly-owned commercial
property.
(From Chambers Concise Scots Dictionary)

28Feb1750 James Hogg,lecturer&? Mitchel=Alexander .
wtWilliam Murray& Thomas Bell in Abbey.

11Nov1744.Jo Hog,baker,& Jean Mc Naughton=William.
wt Mr Cown,schoolmaster & William Hunter,taylor.

23July 1746 George Hog,brewer in the Abbey, & Janet Johnstone=William
wt.Robert Hogg,brewer in Croft Angry& William Johnstone Portioner in
Corsterfin.

20Sept 1782James Hogg wright,& Agnes Wight=Adam
wt.James Hogg &Andrew Darling.

28May 1780William Hogg, smith.& Marjory Wright=Thomas
Wt William Peacock &Archibald Robertson.

date to come,Richard Hogg inn keeper,&Christian Sippinton=Angus
wt.Joseph Symenton& Thomas Vallentine or Ballentine,inn keeper.

Richard Hogg & Margaret Sippinton=Angus 6 April 1780.
 

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St CUTHBURTS EDINBURGH
Not in order .2 dates=1 birth 2 christening.No witnesses in this parish.Professions may be useful.

14 Oct.5 Nov1800 DAVID HOGG, Wright in Bristo St.& AGNES MILLER = AGNES.
3 Oct THOMAS HOGG Labourer in Croft Angry & ANN BURNS=ELIZABETH HOG.
6 Jul 1799 JAMES HOGG ,labourer in Pleasance &HANAH CARTWRIGHT=ELIZABETH HOGG.
2 May 1794 ROBERT HOGG, porter in Grassmarket.& JEAN WATSON=JEAN HOGG.
3 May 1794 ALEX HOGG ,baker in Pleasance& MARGARET LYON= MARGARET HOGG. 16 Jan 1696 same parents=JOHN HOGG. 10 Mar 1798 same parents=MARION HOGG.Oct 1802 same parents=JAMES HOGG.
15 April1803 JAMES HOGG labourer in Richmond& HANAH CARTWRIGHT= WILLIAM HOGG. 16May 1805 same parents=MARY HOGG.14 Jun 1811 same parents =HANAH HOGG (labourer in Pleasance)
Jan.1797ROBERT HOGG porter & JEAN WATSON= Alexander & JOHN ? year before.
22 June 10 Jul.1810 ANDREW HOGG tanner in Portsburgh & ELIZABETH PATTERSON =MARGARET WALKER HOGG.
10 Dec 1810 WILLIAM HOGG currier& JANET GRAHAM=JEAN HOGG.
17 Dec 1803 JOHN HOGG weaver in Rose St. & EUPHEMIA HUNTER=ISOBELLA HOGG.
6 Oct 1810 GEORGE HOGG miner or niner & CATHERINE GREY=JOHN HOGG.
15 March 1805 NEIL HOGG weaver in the Dean= JAMES HOGG.
27 March 1810 NEIL HOGG weaver & HELEN MCKENZIE = GEORGE HOGG.
Dec1809 JOHN HOGG bookbinder St. Leonards & ISABELLA McEWAN = JOHN HOGG.
26 May 1810 ALEXANDER HOGG clerk to Sir William Forbes residing at Hope Park End & MARGARET EDMONSTONE =
RICHARD JOHNSTONE HOGG.
1810 JOHN HOGG in DUMFRICESHIRE melitia & EUPHEMIA HUNTER=JOHN WILSON HOGG.
4 AUG 1810 DAVID HOGG baker in Pleasance & HELEN WHITLAW =CHARLES HOGG.

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"Frank HOGG"

"Hawick Archaeological Society"
Session 1941

Hawick's Prominent Men In Victorian Days...
...by the late Mr James Edgar.

A native of the Parish of Ashkirk, Frank HOGG as a young lad started his business career as an apprentice clerk with the firm of Messrs.George & James Oliver, Solicitors, Tower Knowe, and remained with the firm throughout his all too short life.

In his early years he identified himself with the literary and mutual improvement societies of the perio, giving evidence in all such associations, of exceptional powers. While enjoying a keen debate,he was always kind and courteous to his opponents.The temperance cause found in him a staunch supporter, and when the
prohibition phase of the movement began he embraced it with great ardour and was one of it's warmest advocates.

Mr HOGG became a member of the Hawick Archaeological Society in 1865, and filled the office of treasurer for the long period of twelve years. He contributed several interesting papers to the Transaactions of the society, one dealing with the early records of his native parish. He also courted the muse,and to the MS. Magazine of the HAwick Literary Society in 1867 he contributed the well known and deservedly popular song,

"I Like Auld Hawick":-
"But I like auld Hawick,and her folk I like,
Her men and maidens free;
Sweet memories dwell in the guid auld toon,
That aye was kind to me."

This song was set to music by Mrs Dumbreck,at Teviotside Terrace, and still retains its popularity and is sung in Hawick circles all over the world. At the farewell supper given to Bailie Michie on the eve of his departure for
South Africa,26th September 1879. Mr HOGG sang this song and publicly acknowledged himself the author.
The Science and Art Classes found him a consellor and guide, but the work with which he may be said to have been most closely identified was the movement for the establishment of a Public Library and Reading Room. A member of the E.U. Congregational Church,Mr HOGG was a tower of strength to that body, and a frequent speaker at social and other gatherings.Musically inclined, he was an enthusiastic member of the church choir. A Conservative in politics,he was the joint secretary and treasurer to the Hawick Conservative Association. He
was a valued public citizen,and Frank Place was named out of respect for his memory,
Mr HOGG having resided in the Allars district. Taken all in all, he was a man of unswerving integrity and of high intellectual attainments and culture.

After but two day's serious illness he died on 17th February,1880, when only 40 years of age.
His remains were interred in Wilton Cemetery.

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Provost George Hogg

Hawick Archaeological Society
Session 1941

Hawicks Prominent Men in Victorian Days.
Sketches drafted by the late ..James Edgar

George HOGG,hoisery manufacturer,was for a number of years senior partner of the firm George HOGG & Sons, Millbank. He was the eldest son of George HOGG who in 1863 took over the hosiery branch Of William Watson & Sons business at Underdamside,when they relinquished that branch and confined themselves entirely
to the manufacture of tweeds.Mr HOGG for many years been manager of the hosiery department.

George HOGG, the subject of our sketch,entered the Town Council in 1886 and two years later was elected magistrate. On Provost Milligan retireing from civic life in 1890, three candidates were proposed for the Provostship.viz., Bailie Morrison, Bailie HOGG and Councillor Charles John Wilson. Bailie Morrison was the
nominee of the Liberals,the other two being Liberal-Unionists. The voting was on strictly party lines. Mr Wilson had the lowest number of votes, and on a final vote between Bailie Morrison and Bailie HOGG the latter was elected. During Provost HOGG's three years' tenure of office no very important municipal scheme
was undertaken, but into all the multifarios routine work of the council the Provost with much energy and enthusiasm, and earned the confidence,respect and goodwill of his colleagues. Mr HOGG was for many years a member of Hawick Parish Council,and of the Combination Poorhouse Committee. Reared in the old East Ena Burgher congregation, Mr HOGG was a pronounced Voluntary and warmly attached to East Bank Church,of which he was anelder,and for some time preses of the congregation.In early life Mr HOGG was a Liberal in politics, but after the Irish Home Rule Bill was introduced by Mr Gladstone he became a Liberal-Unionist and
an enthusiastic worker on behalf of that party. He was a keen bowler and a member of the Hawick Bowling Club, winning the Club's championship medalin 1889. Also interested in cricket,he was seldom absent from the Hawick and Wilton ground on match day. A Freemason, he was initiated into the mysteries of the Craft in the Lodge Hawick No. 111 in 1872. In 1898 he was to re-enter the Town Council when he was returned unopposed for South High Street Ward.

After a brief illness, Mr HOGG died on the 28th September,1900,aged 60 years.
He was survived by his widow-a Melrose lady (Agnes Patterson),who died in
November 1928,aged 81 years.
.......


Thanks to Ann Jensen


 

John Amos HOGG

"Hawick Archaelogical Society"
Session 1941

"Hawick's Prominent Men In Victorian Days."

Sketches drafted by the late Mr. James Edgar...

The son of a Lilliesleaf schoolmaster, to which profession his ancestors for three generations had belonged, John Amos HOGG came to Hawick at an early age and apprenticed himself to the trade of a stockingmaker an occupation he followed through a long lifetime.In the parochial school,under his father's charge,he had acquired a liberal education,which qualified him for the prominent part he played in the public life of his adopted town for over half a century.

When the Chartist movement spread to Hawick in 1840, Mr.HOGG at once identified himself with it and was appointed secretary of the local branch. A keen Reformer from his early manhood,he was an active participant in the demonstration held at Jedburgh previous to the passing of the Reform Bill of 1832.

Mr. HOGG was one of the processionists who marched from Hawick. He was one of the founders of the Co-operative movement in Hawick in 1839,and at the start acted as interim secretary. The first shop aquired by the Society was at the head of Silver Street,the rental being only 6 pound a year.

The premises were open for two hours on two nights a week- Tuesday and Thursday, and from three o'clock on the Saturday afternoon.

Mr.HOGG, as one of the members of the committee, taking his turn regularly behind the counter. In all the local political struggles of the day Mr.HOGG took a very prominent part and exercised considerable influence among his fellow workmen.

He died on the 17th July 1882,in his 87th year.

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A Register of Monumental Inscriptions in Heritors' Area,
Wellogate Cemetery,
Hawick,Roxberghshire.
Scotland

This book was written- by James H.Haining.

This buriel ground was opened in 1849 as an extension to St Mary's Churchyard by the Heritors of Hawick Parish and remained under their control until a much later date.
July 31 1849 - was the first interment of the last Cloria Epidemic.There were 141 persons died in Hawick and 56 persons in Wilton as a result of this dreaded disease.

East Border:

Granite Cross.- In loving memory of Adam Laing, died 24th January,1900 aged 81.
Agnes HOGG, his wife, died 22nd October 1902, aged 77 years.
And their sons,Adam,died 19th March 1860,aged 1 year and 5 months; James died 26th September 1909,aged 62 years,and Euphemia,their daughter,died 13 Sep 1918,aged 67 years.

NOTE:Mrs Laing dau.of James HOGG,author of "Teribus".For full account of
this family see "Wilton Old Churchyard Record" (D3:5,p56,"Transactions,"1938). Adam
was a stocking maker, but was noteworthy for a fine and gentlemenly bearing.

.......

West Border:

Headstone.- Sacred to the memory of George HOGG who died at 18 Dalkeith Place,
15th November 1898 aged 79 years.Also Margaret Scott his wife who
died 1st June 1918 aged 90 years. Janet HOGG who died 13th May 1879
aged 16 1/2 yrs.And three children who died in infancy. Also
William HOGG who died at Dalkeith Place on the 4th April 1890
aged 21 1/2 years. Also Barbara HOGG wife of William Blake who
died 1 Park St,24th Feb 1894 aged 39 years.And Maggie HOGG who
died at 18 Dalkeith Place,9th Sept.1896 aged 36 years.

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