David H
Berwick, etc, Family Tree
Sat Jan 9, 2016 11:12am
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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, Lennelhill & Balgownie (Queensland) branches.

Is this of interest, or is the site now moribund (the last post was 6 months ago, the Guestbook isn’t working and no reply from the webmaster)?

    • Berwick Family TreeFrederick Hogarth, Sun Jan 10 10:49am
      Perhaps I can help here. I used to follow these postings conscientiously, but a prolonged period of ill health (now improving) pushed me into idleness and links were missed. However, I have a copy of ... more
      • Berwick, etc, Family TreeDavid H, Mon Jan 11 3:56pm
        Glad that you're recovering. As you've already got a copy and are planning to use it, I'll keep out of the way.
        • Berwickshire HOGARTHsBryan Hogarth, Mon Jan 11 5:15pm
          Hi David, I've often found it not easy to find Frederick's "tree" from his Baronage Press web site home page so you might find this link useful. http://www.baronage.co.uk/bphtm-03/hogarth1.htm Rod is ... more
      • Re: Berwick Family TreeAnonymous, Mon Jan 11 8:23am
        I came across a Jon Hogarth on the 1871 census while trying to find my great grand father Thomas William Hoggarth born 1869 in Slaidburn Yorkshire now Lancashire since 1974.Jon was down as a 70 year... more
    • Re: Berwick, etc, Family TreeHarold H, Sun Jan 10 8:49am
      Hi David I see in your post you mention Firhill. I have a Hogarth connection at Firhill in Westmoreland now Cumbria. Is that the same Firhill? Harold H