Elizabeth Alice Reid was born 11 January 1866 in "Markdale", Bigga, New South Wales, Australia to Joseph Reed (1835-1908) and Mary Ann Lamb (1835-1914) and died 14 May 1941 Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia of unspecified causes. She married Edward Hogan (c1860-1937) 29 December 1884 in Residence of Joseph Reid, Peats Ferry, New South Wales, Australia.


Offspring of Edward Hogan and Elizabeth Alice Reid (1866-1941)  ¢
Name Birth Death Joined with
Alice Jane Hogan (1886-1962) 8 September 1886 Carcoar, New South Wales, Australia 17 May 1962 Perth, Western Australia, Australia James Delamare (1879-1949)
May Gertrude Hogan (1888-1973) 16 May 1888 Ryde, New South Wales, Australia 18 February 1973 Perth, Western Australia, Australia Leonard Wilton Evans (1882-1952)
Edith Ann Hogan (1890-1978) 26 February 1890 Adamstown, New South Wales, Australia 19 April 1978 Western Australia, Australia Thomas William David Smith (1890-1970)
Kate Adeline Hogan (1892-1983) 1892 Molong, New South Wales, Australia 29 October 1983 East Fremantle, Western Australia, Australia Norman Victor Barrett (1890-1979) Robert Alexander Gray (c1886-1979) Norman Victor Barrett (1890-1979) Robert Alexander Gray (c1886-1979) Albert Edwin Johnson (c1879-1946)
Ada Marion Hogan (1894-1972) 7 April 1894 Rutherglen, Victoria, Australia 24 April 1972 Shenton Park, Western Australia, Australia Harold Clifford Naylor (1895-1967)
William Edward Hogan (1898-1917) January 1898 Collie, Western Australia, Australia 30 September 1917 Polygon Wood, Belgium
Edward Henry Hogan (1899-1947)
Kenneth Raymond Hogan (1905-)

Footnotes (including sources)

‡ General
  • The Crookwell and District Historical Society state that Elizabeth Alice Reid married Joseph Briscoe in 1890 and cite NSW BDM marriage index reference 01828/1890 as evidence of this. However, a transcript of this marriage record reveals that this marriage was for an "Elizabeth Auld Reid", spinster, to a "John Briscoe" on 31 Dec 1890. The bride's age, birthplace and parents are not listed, but the marriage occurred at the "residence of Thomas Reid, 107 George Street, Sydney".

    A much more probable reference is NSW marriage record 04638/1885. This is for an "Elizabeth Alice Reid" to "Edward Hogan" on 29 Dec 1884. Unfortunately this also fails to list the bride's age, birthplace and parents, but did occur at the "residence of Joseph Reid, Peats Ferry".

    I prefer to conclude that the Reid/Briscoe marriage is for another individual because (1) Elizabeth's second given name was "Alice", not "Auld", (2) her father's name was "Joseph Reid" and there is no known relative named "Thomas Reid", and (3) Joseph Reid was known to be living at Peats Ferry at the time.
    [Rhona Brownlow]
  • Residents & Settlers of Crookwell
  • Thomas R Hellwege
  • WorldConnect: db: yewenyi, id: I567
¢ Children
  • note that Marjorie Ernestine (Mrs. William John Winter) and Alice Jean (Mrs. Ian Malcolm Pike), who are mentioned in the obituaries, seem to be foster children of this couple
¶ Death
  • HOGAN.—On May 17. 1941 at Fremantle Hospital Elizabeth Alice Hogan of 15 Jenkin-Street, South Fremantle, widow of the late Edward Hogan, loving mother of Alice (Mrs J. Delammare. Wannamall). May (Mrs. L. Evans Mt Lawley), Edith (Mrs. T.W.D. Smith, Harvey). Kate (Mrs A.J. Johnson, Harvey), Ada (Mrs. H. C. Naylor, Claremont), Edward (A. I. F. Northam), Ken (R.A.A.F Geralton), Marjorie, (Mrs.W. Winter) and Alice (Mrs. M. Pike, Fremantle), and the late William Hogan; fond mother-in-law of Ivy and Sadie, and grandmother of 30 grandchildren and 7 great grandchildren; aged 75 Years
  • HOGAN.—On Mary 17. 1941. at Fremantle Elizabeth Alice Hogan of 15 Jenkin-Street South Fremantle. dearly loved mother of Ada and Harry Naylor, of 30 Dunbar-road, Claremont and fond grandma of Gwen (Mrs. J. Mulcahy), Kathleen and Peggy; aged 75 years.
  • HOGAN.—On Mary 17, at Fremantle, Elizabeth Alice. dearly loved mother of May (Mrs. L. W. Evan, 46 Woodroyd-street, Mt. Lawley), mother-in-law of Len, loving grandmother of Rae (Mrs. Fallon), Edna, Joy and Betty (Mrs Campbell). A wonderful mother.
The West Australian, 19 May 1941, page 1