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Hogg Immigrants

 I have put these first into order by destination and then by year.

To Australia
To Canada

To New Zealand

To South Africa

To the US

To Australia

left September 13th 1852 Lord Delaval Berwick upon Tweed Port St Philip, Victoria

Hogg    Adam   26      Clerk    Scottish


To Canada

arr. June 1749 (Ship) London ??? Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada

968  William        Hogg        & wife  Male    Mariner         Falcon Sloop

from:  ISTG  -  Ship   London

1 May, 1775 The Lovely Nelly Dumfries, Galloway, Scotland St. John's Island, PEI, 

1  Thomas  Henderson  32   Joiner  Male Hodham, Annadale    To seek better bread than he can get here.
2  Margery Hogg         32   Wife    Female  Hodham, Annadale        Wife of Thomas Henderson
3  Martha Henderson     8   Child   Female  Hodham, Annadale        Daughter of Thomas Henderson and     Margery Hogg
4  Hanny  Henderson     4   Child   Female  Hodham, Annadale         Daughter of Thomas Henderson and Margery Hogg
5  Thomas Henderson    1   Child    Male    Hodham, Annadale         Son of Thomas Henderson and Margery Hogg

from:   ISTG  -  Ship  The Lovely Nelly

Hogg  William      wife, 2 children, 2 maid servants
Mariner  1748-49    Regiment or ship Falcon Sloop; date of entry March 14
Transcripts of Colonial Office Records:  Nova Scotia--List of Emigrants entering Nova Scotia and Cape Breton, 1748-49.
Transcribed  from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office Nova Scotia 'A', vol. 44, pp 1-57,
reel C-9125.

Hogg  Charles    father and mother plus two others   1818
Names of settlers from Ballyshannon, Ireland petitioning for a grant of land in Upper Canada from the Right Honourable Earl Bathurst (petitioning group headed by Thomas Lipsett).   Dated at Ballyshannon, October 7, 1818.
Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the National  Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: MG 11, Colonial Office 384, vol. 3, page 335, reel B-877.

Hogg  Effy   Widow   1833
Port of Belfast. A list of the names, ages, professions or occupations of all and every the Passengers on board the Brig ÔDorcas SavageÕ of Belfast, John Lemon Master. Witnessed at the Custom House, Belfast, on  April 4, 1833.
Transcribed  from (film of) original documents held in the collection of the Archives of New
 Brunswick:  film 1482580.

Hogg, Robert  Child  1833
as above under Effy Hogg

Hogg  Mary    1834
From the vessel Conference, from the Port of Leith admitted 11th August, died 24th August of Cholera,  property was  taken by the Friends.
 Nominal List of persons who died in  the Grosse Isle Hospital since First of May showing in what  manner the property was  disposed of,  etc. Entitled ÔTable No. 2' and was attached to Dr. Poole's Report on the Grosse Isle 1834'. Signed  by Chas,  Poole, M.D.
Transcribed from (film of) original documents held in the  collection of the National Archives of Canada [Ottawa]: Governor General's Miscellaneous Records; RG 7, G-18, vol. 17, reel  H-960.

Hogg  Ellen    1834
as above under Hogg, Mary

InGeneas Database  -  many Hoggs listed

Margaret HOGG   -  Year: 1832
Record Source:    Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book
Reel: H-962   Volume:  46  Item: 1219  Comments:  Sent to Prescott
RECORD SOURCE    Governor General's Office
            Montreal Emigrant Society Passage Book: return of poor and destitute
            immigrants from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales, forwarded and
            relieved by the Montreal Emigrant Society from 12 May to 5 November 1832
            Gives names of heads of families, number in each family, occupation, from
            what city or county, where sent in Ontario or Quebec.

National Archives of Canada reference: RG 7 G 18, vol. 46, pp. 1-99,
            microfilm reel H-962.

William HOGG & family -  Year: 1845
Record Source:    Dept. of Finance: Emigration Service Fund
Volume: 2532  File:  4  Page(s):  318  Comments:  From Toronto to Albion Township
RECORD SOURCE
            Department of Finance

            Miscellaneous accounts relating to the Emigration Service Fund, 1834,
            1843-1854 Includes lists of immigrants aided by various Emigrant Agents
            Gives names of heads of families, number in family, and the place to which
            they were provided transportation (usually in Ontario), which was not
            necessarily the immigrant's final place of residence

            National Archives of Canada reference: RG 19, vol. 2532

ohn HOGGINS     Year:  1847
Record Source:    Dept. of Finance: Emigration Service Fund
Volume:  2532   File: 10   Page(s): 573  Comments: From Toronto to Richmond Hill
RECORD SOURCE
            Department of Finance

            Miscellaneous accounts relating to the Emigration Service Fund, 1834,
            1843-1854 Includes lists of immigrants aided by various Emigrant Agents
            Gives names of heads of families, number in family, and the place to which
            they were provided transportation (usually in Ontario), which was not
            necessarily the immigrant's final place of residence

            National Archives of Canada reference: RG 19, vol. 2532 J

From "Scottish Immigrants to Canada"


To New Zealand

PHILIP LAING, 459 tons, sailed from Greenock on 23/11/1847, and Milford Haven on 20/12/1847, and arrived on 15/4/1848., Port Chalmers, New Zealand. Captain A J EIles; Dr Robert Ramsay, surgeon.

Bruce Alex. Hogg (22) [schoolmaster; went to Wellington in 1848].

MARINER, 684 tons, sailed from London, 8/2/1849, and arrived at Port Chalmers, New Zealand on 5/6/1849. Captain Robert Harland; Surgeon John Latimer Park, who afterwards practised at Tideswell, Derbyshire, England.

Hogg, James (19) [engineer; went to Singapore].
Hogg, John (17) [farmer; gone in whaler]; Mrs Hogg.

January 6, 1888 Ship Austral London Unspecified  Port, New Zealand

107    Hogg        Mr              R.O.    2nd Saloon

from:  ISTG - Ship Austral


To South Africa

SS Arundel Castle Passenger List  -  Reference : The Cape Argus dated 26 July 1897


To the US

The American Immigrant Wall of Honor   -  Ellis Island - 11 Hoggs found

The Migrations Project

Manifest sworn on 16 July,  1866 Steamer Iowa Glasgow New York

 
John C.   Hogg          30 M   Servant     Ireland        United States       Steerage
John H.   Hogg           4 M   Servant     Ireland        United States       Steerage

from:  ISTG - Ship Steamer Iowa

26 June 1866 SS City of New York Liverpool and Queenstown New York

588    Anojet Hogg             21      F    Spinster     Ireland

from:  ISTG  - Ship  SS City of New York

 25 June 1877 SS Germanic Liverpool New York

498 T. E. Hogg             45   M  Gent         USA      USA      Saloon

from:  ISTG - Ship SS Germanic

sworn to 17 April 1878 SS Bolivia Glasgow New York

Hogg, James           30 M Mechanic         Scotland      United States of  America
Hogg, Alexander       21 M Mechanic         Scotland     United States of America

from:  ISTG - Ship SS Bolivia

April 30, 1878 SS England Liverpool New York

4 John Hogg                   45     M  Lab       N. America      U.S.A. Steerage

from:  ISTG - Ship  SS England
 

 

11 September, 1878 Opawa Plymouth Lyttelton and Timaru,

Transcript of Memos Relating to the  Ship Opawa Sailing  -  http://istg.rootsweb.com/1800/opawa4_memos.html
11 September 1878
I have to advise the sailing of the ship "Opawa" from Plymouth on the seventh day of September, with 168 emigrants equal to
149½ statute adults to be landed at Lyttelton, and 122 emigrants equal to 105½ statute adults to be landed at Timaru.
I enclose the original promissory notes.
The gratuities, payable on the recommendation of the Inspecting Officers in the Colony, are the following viz:-
To the Surgeon Superintendent Dr R Bowen Hogg £50, and ten shillings per adult on the number of emigrants landed alive;
 

from:  ISTG - Ship Opawa

14 September 1878 Ship - City of Berlin Liverpool and Queenstown  New York

6   HOGG, Wm              32 M  Laborer    Ireland        United States Steerage
5   HOAG, Mr. F. M.       54 M  Gentleman  United States  United States Cabin
from:  ISTG - Ship City of Berlin

Sworn to 11 April, 1879 SS Suevia Hamburg/Hauvre New York

225 V.          Hoge         20         male    farmer       Danmark       United States Betweendeck

from:  ISTG - Ship SS Suevia

sworn to 14 April, 1879 SS Neckar Bremen and Southhampton  New York

3 Carl Hoge             35  M workmn.       Germany   US of Am.  Steerage
4 Henriette Hoge        34  F none          Germany   US of Am.  Steerage
5 Hermann Hoge          16  M none          Germany   US of Am.  Steerage
6 Ferdinand Hoge      9 1/2 M none          Germany   US of Am.  Steerage
7 Marie Hoge             3  F none          Germany   US of Am.  Steerage
8 Wilhelm Hoge          11m M none          Germany   US of Am.  Steerage

from:  ISTG - Ship  SS Neckar

arr. 17 Dec.1888 SS Eturia from ?? To New York

HOGG,
           Eliza 38/F Matron           Scotland Dundee         No4 Aft NY 3
     4    Isabella 11/F Child          Scotland Dundee         No4 Aft NY
     5    Susan 9/F Child               Scotland Dundee         No4 Aft NY

from:  ISTG - Ship SS Eturia

 


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