A transcript of the Admon of L J Hoggarth by Bryan Hoggarth, 24 March 1997.
(The hand written input to this form is shown in italics)

DEATH ON OR AFTER 1st JANUARY, 1898.



 

[ADMON]
BE IT KNOWN, that at the date hereunder written, Letters of Administration of all the estate by which law devolves to and vests in the personal representative of
John Hoggarth of Bakehouse Yard, Cliff Street Whitby in the County of York Cartman

deceased, who died on the 18th day of June 1900 at Whitby aforesaid

intestate, and who at the time of his death, had a fixed place of abode at Whitby aforesaid ~~ within the District of the North and East Ridings of the County of York & including the City of York and Ainsty thereof - were granted by Her Majesty’s High Court of Justice at the District Probate registry thereof at York
to Mary Hoggarth of Bakehouse Yard, Cliff Street Whitby aforesaid Widow the lawful Widow and Relict -
of the said intestate.

Dated the 4th day of August 1900
as value of Estate ... £ 130"16"9
value of Personal Estate £ 122" 2" 0?

Extracted by T L Phillips Solicitors Whitby
 



BRYAN'S NOTES:

Written sideways, down the left-hand side of the document, was
"Sureties  Allin Hoggarth of the Township of Egton in the said County Farmer and William George Harrison of Whitby aforesaid Joiner -"

The Great Great Grandad of Bryan HOGGARTH and others, Lawrence John HOGGARTH was generally referred to as John. He was the last son of John HOGGARTH & Esther FRANK and was baptised 18th August 1829 at Egton.

As a child at Newbiggin, he must have watched the construction of the Whitby to Pickering Railway, which was built along the river less than half a mile across the fields from Newbiggin.  The railway was started in 1833 and opened in 1836.  On 20 Mar 1852, in the Parish Church at Whitby, he married Elizabeth ALLIN, the second daughter of Danvers ALLIN of Fryup.  They initially farmed a few acres at Newholm and later moved into Whitby (Bakers Yard) where LJ was a cartman until he died.  The newspaper reporting his death had, on its front page, news of the relief of Mafeking, so maybe he had had a few celebratory pints before his fatal accident.  Elizabeth died in 1878 and he then married Mary PINDER. There were no children from the second marriage.  Among LJ's children were:  Mary - who married Robert GARBUTT and hence Ray LYTLE. Allin - and hence Mary YOUNG (nee LEWIS), Bryan, Dave and Doug HOGGARTH and Ian KEELER. John - and hence Ivan HOGGARTH
 


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