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Willoughby on the Wolds
Fred Hallam was born in 1883 at Willoughby and was the son of Eliza Hallam of Back Yard, East Leake, his siblings were, Bestsy Hallam b1885 Sarah Emily b1896 Ada Annie b1899 and Emma b1902 all were born in East Leake. His mother Eliza Hallam was born in 1861 at Willoughby she was married in 1909 to Henry Hogg b1858 at Gotham, (an agricultural labourer) their marriage was recorded in the Leicester registration district. In the 1911 census are living at Back Yard, East Leake and are shown as Henry Hogg 53 yrs no occupation listed , he is living with his wife Eliza Hogg 50 yrs and her children, Fred Hallam 28 yrs a platelayer , Sarah Emily Hallam 15 yrs a basket maker, Ada Annie Hallam 12 yrs a scholar and Emma 9 yrs of age. Henry Hogg states he has been married for 2 yrs and has no children.
In the 1911 census he was a platelayer.
15 Sep 1916
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1st Bn Leicestershire Regiment
Pte Fred Hogg enlisted in Loughborough using his step fathers name, he gave his place of birth as Willoughby Notts and his residence as East Leake, Notts. He served with the 1st battalion Leicestershire Regiment and landed with them at St Nazaire, France on 10th September 1915. He was killed in action a year later on 15th September 1916. He is buried in the Guards Lesboeufs Cemetery, Somme, France grave ref XII A 3
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  • Buried in Guards Cemetery Lesboeufs
    Fred Hogg - Buried in Guards Cemetery Lesboeufs
  • Photo published in the Nottingham Evening Post dated 8th November 1917 
courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918
    Fred Hogg - Photo published in the Nottingham Evening Post dated 8th November 1917 courtesy of Jim Grundy and his facebook pages Small Town Great War Hucknall 1914-1918