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Harriot Elizabeth (1) Hogger was born to parents John (1) Hogger and his wife Elizabeth (nee) Partridge, and was christened on April 12th 1818 at Brent Eleigh [PR: Cosford DB].
The 1841 Census finds her living with her father at Barrow Hill, Acton.
In 1850, using the name "Elizabeth Hogger", she married James Goodrich [Marriage Index: Sudbury 12 901, 1850 (Dec)]. He was a widowed saddler then living in Nayland; they married at Acton on December 31st 1850; James was born of father Thomas Goodrich around 1808 in Bury St. Edmunds; the marriage was witnessed by Harriot's father and her brother John (2) [PR: Cosford DB].
The 1851 Census finds them living in Court Street, Nayland where James was occupied as a saddler.
The 1861 Census finds them living with five children at 39, Court Street in Nayland.
James died in 1864 [Death Index: Sudbury 4a 181, 1864 (June)].
The 1871 Census finds Harriot Elizabeth (1) - entered as "Elizabeth" - aged "52" and widowed living with two daughters at 1, Church Street in Nayland. She was occupied as a saddler and harness maker employing one man.
It appears that soon afterwards she moved to Portsmouth, Hampshire with at least her daughter Catherine. She died there aged "54" in 1874 [Death Index: Portsea I. 2b 326, 1874 (March) - indexed as "Elizabeth"]. Catherine married in Portsmouth three years later.
Further data concerning some of these Goodrich children can be found via this link.