__ | _Robert HOGG __________________________|__ | (1783 - ....) _Robert Armstrong HOGG _| | (1801 - 1833) m 1832 | | | __ | | | | |_Elizabeth HOGG (NEE UNKNOWN) _________|__ | (1773 - 1839) _Robert Samuel HOGG _________| | (1833 - 1881) m 1855 | | | __ | | | | | _Henry SAYER __________________________|__ | | | (1769 - 1844) | |_Ann SAYER _____________| | (1804 - 1880) m 1832 | | | __ | | | | |_Elizabeth Ann HEATHCOTE? (SEE NOTES) _|__ | (1767 - 1845) | |--Charles William HOGG | (1863 - 1961) | __ | | | _John JOHNSON _________________________|__ | | | _George JOHNSON ________| | | (1810 - ....) m 1831 | | | | __ | | | | | | |_Elizabeth JOHNSON (NEE UNKNOWN) ______|__ | | |_Elizabeth Mary Ann JOHNSON _| (1834 - 1917) m 1855 | | __ | | | _Thomas JOHNSON _______________________|__ | | |_Harriet Ann JOHNSON ___| (1812 - ....) m 1831 | | __ | | |_Ann JOHNSON (NEE UNKNOWN) ____________|__
Family Tree index of persons
Emigrated Canada 1907.
Burial record CE155D 4N.
At time of his marriage Charles William was a tram
conductor of 1, Rose Lea Villa, Abbey Wood.Witnesses to the
wedding were Joseph Hurlin and his sister Harriett Ann
(Jones) already married.
In the 1900 Directory there Charles Hogg is listed at 13
Down St., Plumstead.
In 1901 Census at 13 Down Street, Plumstead, St. Nicholas:_
Charles W. Hogg, Head, Mar.,37, Work examiner, bn. Plumstead
Jane H. Hogg, wife, mar., 34, bn. Plumstead
Charles E. Hogg, son, 7, bn. Greenwich
Dorothy M. Hogg, daur., 10 mths. bn. Plumstead
When his son James Henry Woodley was born he was a
"projectile examiner." Charles William and his family
emigrated to CANADA about 1906\7.
Two photographs of Charles William in my file, both
acquired from descendant, via Malcolm Robbins. One
photograph was taken at Medicine Hat, Alberta, and appears
to be that of C. W. and his wife, and I judge it to have
been taken about 1933. In
the other C. W. appears much older, ?taken about 1943, and
shows C. W. with possibly his daughter, grandson, and
great-grandchild? In my opinion there is a strong
resemblance between Charles William, my grandfather George
Henry and their other
brother Richard William.
According to information from Canada Charles William was at
one time a Telegrapher (Signals) in Queen's Own Rifles in
India, and won the Queen Victoria Medal.
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