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Death Information

Name:
   John William Hogge
Maiden name:
 
Date of Death:
  
Age at death:
  57
Date of birth:
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Place of birth:
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Gender:
   Male
Place of death:
   ,
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Occupation:
 
Cause of death:
 
Death certificate information
Registration year:
   1910
Registration quarter:
   June
Registration district:
   Newbury
Register volume:
  2c
Register page/folio:
   141
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Comments: 
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Burial Information

Name on burial register:
   John William Hogge
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Age at death:
   58
Date of burial:
   04 April 1910
Abode at death:
(according to burial register)
   Tentfield, Newbury
Burial register information:
  
Book number: 1899
Page number: 189
Record number: 8707
Official at burial:
   Sir George Pyot, Bart. and General H C P Rice.
     
Source of information:
  Burial Register

Memorial Details

  Col. John William, C.B., C.I.E. HOGGE
  12 April 1910
  57
  Male
   
  Composite Headstone in the shape of a rock with an inscribed page and 3 Kerbstones
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  On inscribed page: In Loving Memory Of/ Col. John William Hogge, C.B., C.I.E./ Late of 14th Sikhs/ Died April 1st. 1910 aged 57./ Thou makest Him glad with joy in his/ presence/ Thou hast made Him most blessed/forever/ Psalm 21.6
  Good condition. Engraved - faint.
  LS(C) 8
    Full correction. Surname is Hogge not Hodge. Able to read complete inscription.
   
  18 August 2015
  D Duff
 
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Obituaries and Newspaper announcements

Colonel John William Hogge
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    17 April 1910
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 
THE LATE COLONEL HOGGE, C.B.
It is with extreme regret that we announce the death of Colonel John William Hogge, C.B., C.I.E.*,  formerly Commandant of the 14th Sikhs, which took place on Friday at Tentfield, where he settled four and a half years ago, and has since resided.  The son of the late Colonel C. Hogge, C.B., Royal Artillery, he was born in 1852 and at the age of 19 obtained his commission in the 41st Foot.  Four years later, after a few months in the 83rd Foot, he was transferred to the Bengal Staff Corps. He first saw service in the Afghan War of 1878, when he was present at the capture of Ali Musjid, and then took part successively in the Mahsood Wuzeeree Expedition in 1881, Haza’ra Expedition in 1888, the Waziriston Expedition of 1894, the operations in China in 1900. He became a Colonel in 1901, and in 1906 was nominated a C.B.    
 
In 1909 he was placed on the unemployed supernumerary list. During his retirement Colonel Hogge has led a useful  life, visiting those of his poorer neighbours who were sick, administering to their necessities and seeking to convey where acceptable the consolations of religion.  Colonel Hogge himself was accustomed to conduct public services, and he showed a rare gift in exposition of Scripture. His illness was short, and the news of his death brought sadness into many a humble home.  He was laid to rest in Newbury Cemetery on Monday afternoon. Friends near and far gathered around the grave of one whose humility and gentleness were so much in accord with his Divine Master, whose spirit was reflected in his character and life.  Sincere sympathy is felt for the widow and daughters in their irreparable loss. 
 
Newbury Weekly News edition dated  7th April 1910
This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 
Colonel John William Hogge
Article source:    Newbury Weekly News
Date of source:    07 April 1910
Copyright:    © Newbury Weekly News

Transcription:

 
Hogge – April 1, at Tentfield, Newbury, Colonel John William Hogge, C.B., C.I.E., Indian Army, formerly Commandant of the 14th Sikhs, second son of the late Colonel Charles E. Hogge, C.B.
 
 
 
* C.B. =  COMPANION OF THE MOST HONOURABLE ORDER OF THE BATH
 
C.I.E. =  COMPANION OF THE MOST EMINENT ORDER OF THE INDIAN EMPIRE
 
  page 139 of Mrs. P, number LS(C)8 
This obituary entry is awaiting verification.
 
 

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Colonel John William Hogge C.B.
Colonel John William Hogge C.B.
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Gravestone in Newtown Road Cemetery, Newbury

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Gravestone in Newtown Road Cemetery, Newbury
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Colonel Hogge's great granddaughter with her husband at the Cemetery
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Colonel John William Hogge C.B.

 



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