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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #18 on: Wednesday 22 June 05 21:20 BST (UK) »
Rosemary (and any other Hoggan enthusiasts)

I've found more Hoggans, this time in Muiravonside Cemetery and have photos. Haven't a clue how to attach to this site and have lost your personal e-mail address. Please get in touch and I'll send them direct.

Anne

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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #19 on: Tuesday 18 October 05 20:08 BST (UK) »
Hi all,

Incase it's of any use to anyone, I have seen at least 1 Hoggan headstone within Slamannan Cemetery, Slamannan near Falkirk.

If anyone needs a digital photo of the  stone(s), let me know, I'm only 15 mins drive from Slamannan and am currently researching my family, of whom, some  were born in Slamannan.
Scotland: Bell, Bond, Doig, Hogg, Houston, Howson, James, Melville, Murdoch, Paton, Pennycook, Smillie/Smellie, Strain, White
England: James
Wales: James
Ireland: Hogg, Murdoch
USA: Melville, White
Australia: Houston, Howson
Canada: Houston, Pennycook

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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #20 on: Friday 04 November 05 00:36 GMT (UK) »
I'm the great granddaughter of the Yukon Hoggan, John Hoggan.  He was born in India to Maj. Gen Hoggan (don't know the date) and his second wife.  I think her name may have been Katherine or Catherine.  She was only 18 or 19 years old when he was born.  He emigrated to Canada in 1898 or 1899 during the Yukon gold rush and spent many years as a riverboat captain.  I'm not really into geneology, so I probably don't have much useful information as to dates and such, but here goes:  (I'm just sticking to his children as I don't know if my cousins want the info on here about them.)

John and his wife, Kate had eight children.  My great aunt Lillian was 24 years older than my grandmother, so they were quite spread out.

Six were born in the Yukon.

-Lillian (born in England around 1890)
-Helena (born in England around 1890)
-Florence
-Dorothy
-John (called Johnny)
-Robert
-George
-Marjorie (my Grandmother, born in 1914 or 1915)

We had two or three female cousins in England and a male cousin, Tom Hoggan, in Vancouver, who's letters I have from WW1.    They're the only relatives I know of.  I thought the line had died out, actually, as two cousins married and decided not to have children, and the others were women who didn't marry.  Elaine and Molly are the names I know of.


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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #21 on: Friday 04 November 05 05:52 GMT (UK) »
Greetings,
Researching HOGGAN, SNEDDON, and (probably) FLEMING surname histories from Stirlingshire, Sauchie, and Clackmannan, Scotland.  I am relying on information located on birth, marriage, death, and census sources for the following individuals:

1)  Russell SNEDDON and wife Ellen married in mid 
     1800's
2)  Their son, William, born 1870/1871 in Sauchie,   
      Scotland, married  06 Aug 1894 to Jane HOGGAN, 
      born  19 Mar 1878 in Stirlingshire, Scotland, the 
      daughter of William and Margaret HOGGAN.  William
      died 15 Feb 1901 in the Cumberland mine explosion
      in Union, British Columbia, Canada, leaving Jane   
      (Jeanie, Jennie) with four children and pregnant. 
3)   William and Jane's children:
      Margaret (Maggie) Fleming b. 25  Mar 1895 in B.C. 
      Canada
      Nellie b. 02 Apr 1896 in B.C. Canada
      Russell b. 18 Jul 1897 in Clackmannan, Scotland
      William Hoggan b. 26 Mar 1899 in Stirling, Scotland
      John Hoggan b. 10 Jul 1901 in Nanaimo, B.C. 
     Canada
3)  Margaret (Maggie) Fleming married Edward Thomas 
     SMITH 01 Oct 1913 in Victoria, B.C. Canada.   
     Children are:
4)  Margaret Genevieve b. 02 Aug 1914 in Seattle, WA 
      USA
      Edward William b. 24 Nov 1915 in Seattle, WA USA
      Russell Ernest b. 27 Mar 1917 in Seattle, WA USA
      Viola b. 26 Jun 1918 in Seattle, WA USA


I would appreciate any help.  Thank you. 


ALLRED - CHILDRESS - DODD - FULLER - HOGE - HOGGAN - HOWARD - JOHNSON/JOHNSTON - JULIAN - JULIEN - MCSPADDEN -  SHROPSHIRE - SMITH - SNEDDON - WHITE

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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #22 on: Friday 04 November 05 23:04 GMT (UK) »
Hi, Tweetie,
I probably have a great deal of common ground with you as I'm also deeply into Hoggans and Snaddon/Sneddons.  I started family treeing about a year ago.....knowing nothing, and now have over 7000 people in my computer program.
I'd be very happy to exchange information with you.
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My Hoggans are from Stirling; the Snaddons from Clackmannan.  I, too, have many Flemings, Muirheads, Kirkwoods, Strangs, Patersons, and oh, the Hunters! :)
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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #23 on: Wednesday 09 November 05 17:45 GMT (UK) »
Hi,
Managed to get back to Slamannan Cemetery. I've photographed the headstones I could find containing the name Hoggan.
It's on my own website at:
http://www.alanex.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/slamannan.htm

Ther may be more which I've missed, or on the stones which are badly worn by the weather. There is even unmarked graves that you would have to contact the local council about to get names for.

Hopefully the photos I have will be of use to someone.

Regards,

Alan.
Scotland: Bell, Bond, Doig, Hogg, Houston, Howson, James, Melville, Murdoch, Paton, Pennycook, Smillie/Smellie, Strain, White
England: James
Wales: James
Ireland: Hogg, Murdoch
USA: Melville, White
Australia: Houston, Howson
Canada: Houston, Pennycook

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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #24 on: Thursday 17 November 05 15:50 GMT (UK) »
Hi, Alan,
I tried to access your website, but was forbidden???

I'm interested in your comment about contacting council about unmarked graves.  Could you tell me more?

Rosemary
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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #25 on: Sunday 20 November 05 19:38 GMT (UK) »
Sorry, try my website again, my ISP messed up.
I'll try and get contact details for you on nmarked graves.

Alan
Scotland: Bell, Bond, Doig, Hogg, Houston, Howson, James, Melville, Murdoch, Paton, Pennycook, Smillie/Smellie, Strain, White
England: James
Wales: James
Ireland: Hogg, Murdoch
USA: Melville, White
Australia: Houston, Howson
Canada: Houston, Pennycook

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Re: HOGGAN
« Reply #26 on: Wednesday 23 November 05 15:25 GMT (UK) »
Successful this time, Alan!  Many thanks.  I see I have some more money to spend in SP as I locate some of these marriages. :)  And there I thought I was going to retire early!  Have you done the same thing for cemeteries in Denny?

How very kind you are to post these genealogical clues on the net.  Thank you!
Rosemary
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