Bryan
Greg SMITH & Black Isle HOGs
Mon Mar 23, 2009 10:51am
195.59.43.240 (XFF: 82.16.111.180)

I had a feeling that I'd heard of HOG* people coming from the Black Isle before. I did a search (bottom right of the page) for "Black Isle" and came across this old entry into the Guestbook by Greg SMITH of Wellington NZ.
I've already let Lance know about this thread on the noticeboard which he has replied to.
I'll let him know Greg's old email address. Greg is obviously a cousin of Lance.
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Comments: My great great grandfather was a Richard Hogarth from the town of Avoch on the Black Isle in Scotland, where he was a tailor. He emigrated to New Zealand in the 1860's with his wife, Anne Young, and their son John Young Hogarth. On some official records he is named as Richard Hoggart. I would be interested to hear from anyone who could tell me more about the family... either Hogarth or Hoggart. (I believe Hoggart could be a var of Haggart which was a sept of Clan Ross, which would make sense owing to where they came from, and also from the fact that John Young Hogarth named his children Anne Ross, or Malcolm Ross, etc.
Wednesday August 30th 2000 07:14:50

  • Black Isle YOUNGsBryan, Sun Mar 22 11:32am
    I was not going to bother with the family of Ann YOUNG who married a HOG* before heading off to the antipodies but I got curious. Seems like Ann's mother was Elizabeth (Elspet) SUTHERLAND who married ... more
    • Re: Black Isle YOUNGsAnonymous, Sun May 8 5:34am
      Hi Bryan, I made a comment earlier today about the 1841 census listed above having mistakes in it. The comment I made about the people actually not all living in the same house was correct but I... more
    • 1841 census AvochAnonymous, Sun May 8 1:41am
      Hi, There are a few errors in that 1841 Avoch census record. I have the original from Scotlands People and you can also check on the Free Census Project Online where the people are divided up into... more
      • Re: 1841 census AvochAnonymous, Sun May 8 5:36am
        Sorry I should have said the correct name is Leith not Seith in the census.
    • john younggreg smith, Tue Mar 19 7:41am
      John young who married elsbeth sutherland was a shoemaker in avoch and is buried in the church yard on the hill above the town. He was my great grt grt grt grandfather. He died in the early 1840s. A... more
    • Re: Black Isle YOUNGsgreg smith, Fri Mar 8 6:49am
      John young..who married elsbet sutherland is buried in the church yard above avoch. From memory he died abt 40 around 1833.
    • Greg SMITH & Black Isle HOGs — Bryan, Mon Mar 23 10:51am