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Frederick Snell fathered the following children by Charlotte (1) Hogger:
The following data is derived from the Cosford Database.
Alfred Hogger Snell was christened on September 1st 1850 at Lavenham. He married on December 1st 1875 at Brent Eleigh to Henrietta (nee) Parker, who was born at Bulmer, Essex in about 1852. The marriage was witnessed by Arthur Hogger and Harriet Purling, who connections are unknown. They produced the following children:
Ada Long Snell was born at Lavenham but was christened on July 1st 1877 at Brent Eleigh. By the time of the 1891 Census she had become a "pupil teacher" but on January 22nd 1893 she died at Lavenham aged about 15 and was buried there on January 27th 1893 with her sister Henrietta Sophia.
Bertram James Snell was christened on October 3rd 1880 at Lavenham. He died aged 19 on March 8th 1900 at Lavenham and was buried on March 13th 1900 at the Lavenham cemetery in grave 794.
Lily Maria Snell was christened on May 4th 1884 at Brent Eleigh. She died aged 20 on June 13th 1904 at Lavenham and was buried on June 17th 1904 at the Lavenham cemetery, also in grave 794.
Henrietta Sophia Snell was born on October 1st 1888 and was christened on January 6th 1889 at Lavenham. She died aged nearly 2 on September 3rd 1890 at Lavenham and was buried there on September 8th 1890.
Alfred Leonard Snell was christened on June 7th 1891 at Lavenham. Nothing more is known of him.
Dorothy Snell was born on April 22nd 1894 at Lavenham and was christened there on July 1st 1894. Nothing more is known of her.
Constance Snell was born on August 7th 1898 at Lavenham and was christened there on October 2nd 1898. Nothing more is known of her.
The 1881 Census finds Alfred Hogger Snell and his family living in the High Street, Lavenham, next door to his parents, and describes him as a cabinet maker and upholsterer. He died on March 30th 1904 at Lavenham and was buried in the cemetery in grave 172 on April 4th 1904. The burial record cites his age as 53 and the cause of his death as drowning in a water butt. It is difficult to envisage that this was an accident. He may have committed suicide, given that at least four of his children had died before attaining adulthood. It is not known where or when his wife Henrietta died.
Henry William Snell was christened on August 5th 1855 at Lavenham. He married Eliza Ann (nee) Sturgeon on September 28th 1882 at Cockfield. She was the daughter of George Sturgeon and his wife Sarah (nee) Diaper, and was christened on June 21st 1857 at Cockfield. They produced the following children:
Ethel May Snell was born at Lavenham but was christened on March 3rd 1884 at Cockfield. Nothing more is known of her.
Nora Annie Snell was christened on May 3rd 1885 at Lavenham. Nothing more is known of her.
Reginald George Snell was christened on December 5th 1886 at Lavenham. Nothing more is known of him.
Maude Elizabeth Snell was christened on November 4th 1888 at Lavenham. Nothing more is known of her.
Emma Sophia Snell was born on May 29th 1890 at Lavenham but was christened on July 27th 1890 at Cockfield. She married William Henry (2) Palmer on June 4th 1919 at Lavenham. He was born about 1889 and was described in the marriage register as a valet living in Lickey Parish, Bromsgrove and as the son of William Henry (1) Palmer. The witnesses were Emma Sophia's sister Edna Sturgeon and her mother Eliza Ann. Nothing more is known of Emma Sophia.
Edna Sturgeon Snell was christened on April 1st 1894 at Lavenham. Nothing more is known of her.
The 1881 Census shows Henry William and his family living with his parents in the High Street, Lavenham. He was a cabinet maker and upholsterer. His wife-to-be, Eliza Ann, is shown living at Cockfield Rectory as a housemaid, as was also a 15-year-old girl Elizabeth Sturgeon born in Portsmouth; this may have been Eliza Ann's sister. The 1891 Census shows Henry William and his family still living in Lavenham's High Street. It is not known where or when he or his wife died.
Ann Sophia Snell was born, according to her gravestone, on August 31st 1856 but she was christened a year and a half later on February 14th 1858 at Lavenham with her brother Frederick Joseph. She died on April 20th 1887 at Lavenham and was buried there on April 26th 1887.
Frederick Joseph Snell was christened on February 14th 1858 at Lavenham. He is shown in the 1881 Census as a tailor. The 1891 Census finds him living still unmarried with his parents but now occupied, like his brothers, as a cabinet maker and upholsterer. It is not known where or when he died.