Mary Agnes s Hogan died at Dulwich, 19th Feb. 1840 aged 46 of breast cancer Edmond Hogan's occupation at that time was given as Omnibus proprietor. The London Gazette in 1841 October 27th lists Edmund Hogan a coach and fly proprietor of Dulwich in a list of Insolvent Debtors' Petitions under a section "Orders have been made, vesting in the Provisional Assignee the estate and Effects of the following persons: (On their own petitions)." In the same paper dated 29th December 1842 again Edmund Hogan of Dulwich but this time as a "Draper." Edmund died 24th May, 1867 at Dulwich College of chronic bronchitis etc. aged 81. His occupation was then given as "Pensioner of Dulwich College, formerly a Fly proprietor." (A fly proprietor was an owner of one or more two wheeled horse - drawn cabs . A lso postmaster is also an owner of horse drawn cabs . ) Edmund Hogan was buried at the South Metropolitan Cemetery, West Norwood, (which is quite near Dulwich College) 30 May, 1867
Edmund married Mary Agness COLE, daughter of Aquila COLE and Sarah MORGAN, on 26 Sep 1813 in St Bartholomew's By The Exchange, London, England. (Mary Agness COLE was born in 1791 in Rotherhithe, , Surrey, England, christened on 22 Dec 1791 in St. Mary's, Rotherhithe, , Surrey, England and died on 19 Feb 1840 in Dulwich, Surrey, England.) The cause of her death was Breast Cancer.
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