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Peter (3) Hogger was born to parents Samuel (1) Hogger and his wife Susanna (nee) Farthing. He was christened on May 6th 1832 at Brent Eleigh [PR: Cosford DB]. His occupation was labourer.
The 1841 Census finds him at age "9" living with his parents at Brent Eleigh.
The 1851 Census finds him at age "19" living with his father at Brent Eleigh where he was occupied as an agricultural labourer.
He married Lucy (nee) Snell on October 29th 1858 at Brent Eleigh [Marriage Index: Cosford 4a 927, 1858 (Dec)]. Lucy was born in 1839 to parents David Snell and his wife Elizabeth (nee) Fisher [Birth Index: Cosford 12 328, 1839 (June)]. She was christened on June 23rd 1839 at Brent Eleigh [PR: Cosford DB]. The marriage was witnessed by Robert Hogger and Charlotte Bradley. Robert Hogger may have been Peter (3)'s first-cousin Robert (1) or - perhaps more probably - his second-cousin Robert (2). The other witness Charlotte Bradley was the woman who within two years would marry Robert (2).
The 1861 Census finds Peter (3) at age "29" living with Lucy and their first child, in the household of his father-in-law David, at Brent Eleigh where he was occupied as an agricultural labourer.
He has not yet been located in the 1871 Census.
The 1881 Census finds him living at Lower End Cottages in Brent Eleigh with his wife and some of their children together with their 1-year-old grand-daughter Kate Maria (1), who had been born illegitimately to their daughter Ellen (3). He was occupied as an agricultural labourer.
The 1891 Census finds them still living at Lower End Cottages where Peter (3) was occupied as a farm servant.
The 1901 Census finds them living at 5, Milden Road in Brent Eleigh where Peter (3) was occupied as a farm labourer.
Peter (3) died at the Alms Houses in Brent Eleigh and was buried at age "85" on January (or June) 23rd 1917 [PR: Cosford DB]. His widow Lucy also died at the Alms Houses and was buried at age "88" on November 2nd 1927 at Brent Eleigh [PR: Cosford DB].
The 1881 Census finds George (2) living at Grange Farm in Thorpe Morieux occupied as a farm servant for a farmer William Russell. His sister Eliza (2) was also there. He has not been located in the 1891 or 1901 Censuses and nothing more is known of him.
The 1891 Census finds Samuel (4), Harry (1) and Charles (1) living with their parents and occupied as farm servants.
Samuel (4) appears to have moved for a while to London, where he married Eliza Fosker [Marriage Index: Wandsworth 1d 1231, 1895 (Dec)], although she was born in Monks Eleigh. Their first two known children were Ellen Eliza (1) Hogger - born in Dalston, London [Birth Index: Hackney 1b 499, 1896 (Dec) - indexed under "Hagger"] - and John Samuel (1) Hogger [Birth Index: Cosford 4a 801, 1898 (Dec)]. The 1901 Census finds the family living at Swingleton Hill in Monks Eleigh where Samuel (4) was occupied as a horseman on a farm. The Cosford Database adds these further details: they produced further children Frederick Charles (1) Hogger, Winifred Evelyn (1) Hogger and Alice Lilian (1) Hogger; Winifred Evelyn (1) married Leonard Jack Richardson at Monks Eleigh in 1931; Samuel (4) was buried aged "82" at Monks Eleigh in 1951 [Cosford DB].
Mary Ann (2) married George Cook in 1890 [Marriage Index: Sudbury 4a 1211, 1890 (Dec)]. He was born around 1869-70 in Bures St. Mary. The 1891 Census finds them living in The Street, Bures St. Mary where George was occupied as an agricultural labourer. The 1901 Census finds them living with seven children at Over Hall, Bures St. Mary where George was now occupied as a horseman on a farm.
Harry (1) married in 1900 to Rachel Green [Marriage Index: Cosford 41 1523, 1900 (Dec)]. Rachel was born at the Cosford Union Workhouse in Semer as the illegitimate child of a domestic servant Jane Green. She may have been the Rachel Ann Green whose birth reference is [Birth Index: Cosford 4a 572, 1879 (June)]. The 1881 and 1891 Censuses both find her living in the workhouse at Semer. Her mother Jane was born in Layham, Suffolk around 1852/53. The 1901 Census finds Harry (1) and Rachel living at 1, The Street in Brent Eleigh where he was occupied as a farm labourer. He was buried at Brent Eleigh aged "75" in January 1950 [Cosford DB].
Charles (1) has not been found in the 1901 Census. He may have died aged "31" in 1908 [Death Index: Ipswich 4a 638, 1908 (March)].
Ada (1) died at age "1" [Death Index: Cosford 4a 325, 1879 (Dec)] and was buried at Brent Eleigh on December 11th 1879 [PR: Cosford DB].