Family of Henry Hoggarth born 1697
Family of Henry Hoggarth born 1733
Family of William Hoggarth born 1773
Family of Henry Hoggarth born 1806
As reported in the Kendal Mercury 9th April 1836
Jas. Jenkinson, Kirkland, carpenter, appeared to answer a charge of assault preferred against him by Henry Hogarth, a watchman. On the night preceding between 11 and 12, Hogarth had been on duty in Capper Lane, where he met the defendant, who was tipsy, and who interfered with the watchman, and dared him to take him to the lock-up. After defendant has flourished away furiously for some time, the watchman laid hold of him, when presently he was assailed by a great number of persons whom the noise had attracted to the spot, some of whom seemed to have been in company with the defendant. The watchman was soon knocked down, and very roughly handled – “every one,” he said, “that could get at him had a knock or a kick” – his shoulder was dislocated, and otherwise he was seriously injured and abused.