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Apparently, my great grandmother, Catherine Hogarth, married James Muir in Scotland and emigrated to Jamaica. We know very little about this and are interested in gathering as much information about our Jamaican family tree as possible. Anyone with info, please let me know!
Hello again, Audrey, I had thought there may be a faint chance that your George might have left Maryland at the date of his death, and that someone later confused the facts. Our George definitely "settled" in America and died in Berwick. In 18th and 19th century society (as also at other times but with perhaps less... more
Hello Audrey, We may have something that might help -- if you can resolve what might be an error in the record of a date of death. George Hogarth, who held Lennelhill in Berwickshire on a lease during the mid-18th century, had an eldest son, John, who was said to have owned Hilton, also in Berwickshire, but this too... more
Hello, I am trying to learn more about George Hogarth, ESQ, who resided in Herring Bay, Anne Arundel, Maryland. This is what I know: - Per 1800 census, his birth years may have been anywhere from 1756 - 1774 (Birth Location unknown) - Per newspaper accounts, he lived in Herring Bay (near Friendship) on his 972 acre... more
I have been reading the information I have of the Heston Hogarths and I am wondering whether this information might throw some light on the matter. Constance Victorine Hogarth's great grand father was Henry Spence Hogarth of Rickmansworth, Herts. and also of Ford Place, Stifford, Essex. He paid his game licence in... more
Lance put a note on the Guestbook asking for information. A individual reply to him could be made but why keep it private. The point of a web site is to share information. Lance said " Interested to find family link prior to my great grand father, John Young Hogarth died (74 yrs) 29 May 1924 (married Alice Redshaw... more
Hello all, This is a long shot, but I am trying to track down Rod Hogarth (or Hoggarth) who used to own a motor factors in Walsall a number of years ago, as he knew my grandparents, Jem & Ena Molyneux. I believe that he went on to have small-holdings, possibly breeding bulls! If anyone knows him, I would be very... more
Hi Its a while since I posted on this site and wondered if anyone had any updates on my branch of the Hogarths and Owens families in South Wales during the last 120 years or so. My article was published on this site by Rod many years ago and can still be viewed under the "Jigsaw puzzle" section. Following my mum... more
My brother in law is a descendant of Elizabeth (aka Bessy) Hog(g)arth, b.1818, Kilham, Yorkshire, East Riding With encouragement from Bryan of the 'Sheepfold' I have assembled quite a body of Kilhamites, all apparently descended from one Robert Hoggarth, b. 1787 Flamborough Head, just East of Kilham on the Yorkshire... more
I've inherited “A Hogarth Family Tree”, privately published by George Gilroy Hogarth (b 1933) in 2002. (My grandmother was a “Berwick” Hogarth (Margaret Swan Hogarth, 1896-1955.) It goes back to John Hogarth of Greenknowe (1648-1728), and includes sections on Greenknowe, Hiltonhill, Carfrae, Firhill, Eccles Tofts,... more
Looking for information on Robert Hogarth, born in Ontario, about 1853.Was a blacksmith. Father was Andrew and mother Mary. Married to Esther Mary Taggart on Dec 4, 1879 in Dundalk, he was living in Tp Proton, Grey County, Ontario at the time.1881 census he is living in Mulmur, Simcoe, One child I know of Eliza... more
For the last 30 or more years my brother (Dennis) and I (Trevor Huggard) have been researching this tree. Results so far are at Ancestry.com under Huggards' Family Tree256 I have spent many hours at the Scottish Archive Headquarters in Edinburgh copying Land Deed documents for John Haggard around 1815 for the village... more
Over the years we have had a few messages in the Guestbook related to Haiti. Quite likely by relatives who know each other. The Guestbook is not a useful place to have a "chat" so I've brought it over here to the Noticeboard where people can provide responses. Entries in the Guestbook related to Haiti. 2000 - Victor... more
My name is Lisa Hoggarth, my father is stephen hoggarth and my grandfather is Doug Hoggarth im looking for infomation on my family history and records please if you can help me in any way that you be great!! please leave a comment even if its small. it would make a huge diffrence!! Many thanks Lisa Hog
Hi, I'm looking for any info on David Hoggarth (b Feb 22 1820 in Ayr Scotland; d Oct 22 1897 Oxford Co. Ontario Canada). He is my gr gr grandfather and while a have a lot of info on the family in Canada, I've hit a brick wall on the Scottish connection. Any help would be appreciated
This may be a complete dead-end, but I just found out the other day that my birth father's last name was Hogarth. I don't have any other info other than my birth mother's maiden name was Thomas. I was born in Los Angeles, CA, 8/30/1968. Would love any info if anyone knows anything about this.
My great grandfather, James Hogarth (1848-1911) in the early 1870s lived (probably) in Roxburghshire, and by 1881 in Edinburgh. He seems to have been in the USA 1874-1876 - two of his sons were born there. I can't find any traces. In the 1881 census he is described as 'lorryman steamboat' which may be a clue. Any... more