Person    | Female  Born 9/10/1846  Died 5/8/1918

Alice Hogg

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Countries: India

Alice Hogg

Alice Anna Graham was born on 9 October 1846 in Bombay (now Mumbai), India, the eldest of the eight children of William Graham (1817-1885) and Jane Catherine Graham née Lowndes (1820-1899). Her father was an East India merchant who served for a number of years as a Liberal party Member of Parliament for Glasgow, Scotland.

The 1861 census shows her living at Langley House, Prestwich, Lancashire, with her parents and siblings: James Rutherford Graham (1849-1872), Amy Margaret Graham (1852-1900), Frances Jane Graham (1854-1940), Lillias Catherine Graham (1857-1930) William Graham (1858-1875) and  Agnes Lowndes Graham (1861-1937), together with a butler, a nurse and seven other female domestic servants.

In the 1871 census she is shown as residing at 44 Grosvenor Place, Westminster, with her parents, siblings: Amy, Frances, Lillias, William and Agnes, together with a butler, a housekeeper, 2 lady's maids, 2 nurses, 2 footmen, a page, 3 housemaids and 2 kitchen maids.

On 16 May 1871 she married Quintin Hogg (1845-1903) at St Peter's Church, Eaton Square, Pimlico, Westminster and they had five children: Douglas McGarel Hogg, 1st Viscount Hailsham (1872-1950), Elsie Florence Hogg (1873-1965), Lt. Col. Ian Graham Hogg (1875-1914), Ethel Mary Hogg (1877-1970) and Malcolm Nicholson Hogg (1893-1948).

The 1901 census shows her living at 2 Cavendish Place, Marylebone, with her husband and daughter, Elsie, together with a cook a housemaid and an under-maid. Her husband died on 17 January 1903 and the 1911 census shows her as a widow living at 41 Cumberland Mansions, Bryanston Square, Marylebone, with her married daughter Ethel Mary Wood, a maid, a cook and a parlourmaid.

She died, aged 71 years, on 5 August 1918 at 41 Cumberland Mansions, Bryanston Square, Marylebone and when probate was granted on 11 February 1919 to her son, Douglas, her effects totalled £25,289-2s-8d.

Credit for this entry to: Andrew Behan.

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