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Charlotte (1) Hogger was born to parents Thomas (2) Hogger and his wife Jemima (nee) Pilgrim. She was born around 1824 at Lavenham [UK Census 1861, 1881].
The 1841 Census finds her at (rounded) age "15" living with her parents in Lavenham.
In 1849 she married Frederick Snell [Marriage Index: Cosford 12 699, 1848 (Dec)]. They married on November 15th at Lavenham [PR: Cosford DB]. Frederick was born to parents Joseph Snell and his wife Anne (nee) Bradley and was christened on December 23rd 1822 at Lavenham [PR: Cosford DB].
The 1851 Census finds Charlotte (1) at age "27" living with Frederick and their first child Alfred in the High Street, Lavenham where Frederick was occupied as a carpenter.
The 1861 Census finds her at age "38" living with Frederick and their children at the Furniture Shop in the High Street, Lavenham. Frederick was occupied as a master cabinet maker.
Extensive searches in the 1871 Census have failed to locate them, but they were almost certainly living in the High Street in that period.
The 1881 Census finds them still in the High Street, with Frederick occupied as a cabinet maker and upholsterer.
The 1891 Census finds them again in the High Street, with Frederick still occupied as a cabinet maker and upholsterer.
Frederick died aged "70" in 1893 [Death Index: Cosford 4a 447, 1893 (Sept)]. He died on September 1st at Lavenham and was buried in the cemetery there on September 7th in grave 793 [PR: Cosford DB].
The 1901 Census finds Charlotte (1) aged "77" and widowed living at 42 & 43, High Street with her unmarried son Frederick Joseph, who was occupied as a cabinet maker.
Charlotte (1) died aged "80" in 1904 [Death Index: Cosford 4a 417, 1904 (June)]. She died on April 18th at Lavenham, possibly from the shock of the bizarre death of her first-born son Alfred Hogger Snell just three weeks previously, and was buried in her husband's grave on April 21st [PR: Cosford DB].
Data concerning these Snell children - derived from the Cosford Database - can be found via this link.