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The Hogan Family

Updated June 22, 2008

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The Hogan Family started in this case 1947.Consisting of Veronica, Micheal, Colin, David, and Pat.We were all placed in a children's home called The Hollies around the year 1950.
This was due to the Mother of the said children leaving the Father of the children around that time.Without the RECORDS the exact dates cannot be established.
Very little of our ancestors are therefore known.I have met the father's sister "Thelma Dafen" and some have met a Aunt who lived at Crouch End London.The father's brother was known to be around but i don't think any of us ever met him.

Father. Sidney Clement Hogan.
Mother. Doreen Cammish. nee. Makin/
Daughter Veronica Cammish/Hogan
Son Micheal John Cammish/hogan
Son Colin Reymond Hogan
Son David (George) Hogan
Daughter Patricia (Pat) Hogan

The Mother also had another child when living in Manchester called Frank.And it is believed that there is another child by her somewhere.It is also believed that the Father had 2 other children by his then wife and has taken them with her to South Africa.
There is no evidence of this as yet been found.

Family Photos
  • The Hollies Entrance (Linden Gate) (18 KB)
    This is the Linden Nursery entrance, which is also the Weighing Platform and office for the lorries ect.
  • Sick Bay (14 KB)
    The Sick Bay is the Hollies Hospital where there is a Doctor's surgery,Dentist Surgery,2 Isolation wards.(upstairs)female wards.(downstairs)Male wards, Kitchen, Staff room.
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