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Tracing Your Roots To Gallipoli

Remembering some of the Bolton men who lost their lives in the Gallipoli Campaign of 1915

Harry Hogg

Harry was the son of Henry Hogg b.1861, a coal miner and Sarah Ann Hogg née Rushton b.1865.

Harry first appeared on the 1901 Census when he was living at 9 Lomax Court, Bolton with his parents and brothers John Robert b.1886 and Walter b.1888.

His sisters, Sarah b.1882 and Edith b.1885 were living next door at 11 Lomax Courts with their maternal grandmother Sarah Rushton, their widowed uncle Walter Rushton and their cousin Hannah.

By 1911 Harry was living at 88 John Taylor Street, Bolton in the household of his by then married brother, John Robert, his wife Bertha and their baby daughter- also Bertha.

At that point Harry was working as a moulder's apprentice.

Harry's name appears on the Bolton Borough Roll of Honour.

Name Hogg, Harry
Rank Private
Number 2909
Unit 1st Bn
Lancashire Fusiliers
Born Bolton, Lancashire
Enlisted Bury, Lancashire
Died Hospital Ship
SS Soudan
23 August 1915
Age 19
Grave or Memorial East Mudros Military Cemetery,
Lemnos, Greece
Lancashire Fusiliers