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Alfred (1) Hogger was born to parents Thomas (2) Hogger and his wife Jemima (nee) Pilgrim. He was christened on November 1st 1815 at Lavenham [PR: Cosford DB].
In 1837 he married Amy Bradbrook [Marriage Index: Cosford 12 597, 1837 (Dec)]. She was christened to parents William Bradbrook and his wife Jemima on August 4th 1816 at Aldham [IGI: Batch C132241].
The 1841 Census finds him living with Amy (entered in the schedule as "Emma"), but no children, in the High Street, Lavenham where he was occupied as a wheelwright.
The 1851 Census finds him living with Amy, but no children, in Church Street, Lavenham - next door to his brother James (3) - where he was occupied as a wheelwright. Also present was his widowed mother Jemima aged "67".
The 1861 Census finds them still living in Church Street next door to James (3). Alfred (1) was again occupied as a wheelwright. Lodging there with him was his niece Kate Bantock aged "14". Also present as a visitor was a married police officer's wife Elizabeth Stewart (surname unclear) aged "40" with birthplace Aldham, who may have been a friend or relation of Amy.
The 1871, 1881 and 1891 Censuses find them still living in Church Street, where on each occasion Alfred (1) was occupied as a wheelwright.
Amy died at age "75" [Death Index: Cosford 4a 604, 1892 (March)]. She was buried on January 23rd 1892 at Lavenham [Cosford DB].
Alfred (1) died at age "86" [Death Index: Cosford 4a 501, 1901 (March)].