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William Hogben  ( 1835 - )

parents George & Mary
born in Elham 1835
christened in Elham 11 Oct 1835
died in
buried
grave
effects
occupation Carpenter etc
Biography
 1843 December: Elected to Elham Charity School. The Bootshoe Boys
 1849 July - apprenticed to Richard Finch, Upper Hadres, carpenter, for seven years for £25. The Bootshoe Boys
 1851 Richard Finch had broken his engagement as apprentice master so now apprenticed to William Bean Mar, carpenter of Swingfield, for a further five years at £16 The Bootshoe Boys
 1853 27th April - Mr. Bean was requested to attend the school regarding the character of William. The report was not satisfactory and he was put on probation for six months with his apprenticeship fee withheld. It transpired that William appeared to reform and finished his apprenticeship. The Bootshoe Boys
 1861 Married (25) living with parents in Newington
Biography

1843
December: Elected to Elham Charity School.

The Bootshoe Boys

1849
July - apprenticed to Richard Finch, Upper Hadres, carpenter, for seven years for £25.

The Bootshoe Boys

1851
Richard Finch had broken his engagement as apprentice master so now apprenticed to William Bean Mar, carpenter of Swingfield, for a further five years at £16

The Bootshoe Boys

1853
27th April - Mr. Bean was requested to attend the school regarding the character of William. The report was not satisfactory and he was put on probation for six months with his apprenticeship fee withheld. It transpired that William appeared to reform and finished his apprenticeship.

The Bootshoe Boys

1861
Married (25) living with parents in Newington

Marriage
(Ages +/-1)
Year   Reg. DistrictChurchNameAgeSpouseAgeCurate
1860 Elham  William Hogben24Ann Susanna Stockwell24 
Demography
(Elham Parish only)
YearNamePropertyAddressRelationConOccupationAgeBorn  
1841William HogbenWindlass CottageThe Row   6Kent