|Bryan Hoggarth - North Yorkshire|
|Jack Russell Beale - North Yorkshire to USA|
|John Hogarth - Fylde, Lancashire|
|Various Artists - Hoggarths of Littlebeck, NRY|
|Malcolm Hogarth - Plymouth & London|
|Linda Hoggarth - Hunmanby, NRY|
|Janet Fawcett - Glaisdale, North Yorkshire|
|Maureen Beecroft - Westmorland to Ontario|
|Martyn Taylor - West Kilbride & Bute|
|Baronage Press - The Berwickshire Hogarths|
|Lesley Dea - Scotland to Newcastle-upon-Tyne|
|Steve Coe - Roxburghshire, London & Tyneside|
|James Hogarth - Edinburgh & Roxburghshire, SCT|
|Gillian Hogarth - Eccles, BEW|
|John F Johnson - Ayrshire SCT to Australia|
|Patrick Hogarth - Gordon SCT to Australia|
|Robert & Wendy Heyman - Gordon SCT to Australia|
|Kristy McCarrick - Gordon SCT to Australia|
|Roger White - Gordon SCT|
|Paul Hogarth - Dolphinholme LAN|
Have you found a family link to one of the branches in these trees? Excellent! Although before you go and graft that branch onto your own tree, you should know that none of this data has been verified by myself (nor, in some cases, by the contributor). Your next move is therefore a very important one both for Genealogy and your own family.
You should establish where the original data came from and, if possible, check the source for yourself. Without this vital step you run a very real risk of perpetuating errors that could be passed to future generations who might by then have no access to the original material. If you're unable to do this, then it's absolutely essential to cite the origin of the data you have copied, so that others may check it.
Seasoned veterans will tell you that the first rule of genealogy is "Always Check Your Source". Assume that nothing is true, simply because you saw it on a web page. Like chinese whispers, trees which have been assembled from word-of-mouth data are especially prone to error. Please don't swallow such information hook, line and sinker, or you'll rapidly run into a brick wall after just a couple of generations.