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Private Thomas Hogan  (c1830......1905.)

Back To . . . 12th Foot East Suffolk Regiment
 Men confirmed as being at the Eureka Stockade
  • Born : 1830
  • Where Born :  Lusmagh, Banagher, King's County (now County Offaly), Ireland.
  • Occupation : Soldier
  • Date Arrived : 19 October 1854
  • Ship Arrived on :  Camperdown
  • Port Arrived :Melbourne
  • Rank on Discharge : Corporal
  • Regimental # : 3349
  • Date of Enlistment : 14.1.1852
  • Where Enlisted : Westhatch, Somerset
  • Date  departed to New Zealand:10th April 1860  Taranaki
  • Ship Departed :   "City of Sydney "
  • Date of Discharge : 15-7-1866 
  • Where Discharged : Otahuhu Auckland,New Zealand
  • Died : 10-12-1905.
  • Where Died / Buried : Hokitika cemetry New Zealand
  • Parents Names : John Hogan (.........) Catherine Hogan (nee Horan)
  • Spouse's Name : Never married
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  • Descendants

    Mary Dawson email     marycowie@gmail.com

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    New Zealand
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    History & Achievements :
    Thomas Hogan was the 3rd of 5 sons.
    Father:  John Hogan
    Mother:  Catherine Hogan (nee Horan)
    Born Lusmagh, Banagher, King's County (now County Offaly), Ireland.
    Tom was granted a parcel of land in Taranaki New Plymouth for partaking in the Maori Wars there.
    After his discharge 15-7-1866 at Otahuhu Auckland, the next info we have of him,  is panning for gold in Hokitika Westland, where he lived until his death on 10-12-1905.
    Thomas Hogan never married and had no descendants.
    He is buried in the Hokitika cemetry with my grandfather Kieran Hogan (his youngest brother), and Margaret Hogan my grandmother.   The land in Taranaki was left to my uncle who later sold it. 
    John Hogan, Tom's older brother fought in the American Civil War, and Roderick Hogan another brother died at Fort Ambercrombie USA.

    Tom was granted a parcel of land in Taranaki New Plymouth for partaking in the Maori Wars there.

     

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