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Michael Hogan

b. 1805, d. about 1841


Michael Hogan was born in 1805 in South Creek.1,2


FatherPhilip Hogan (b. 1766, d. 22 May 1829)
MotherMary McMahon (b. 1777, d. 7 September 1859)

Family life

Michael Hogan and Catherine Scott, aka Rogers, were married on 26 September 1826 in Bong Bong. On his wedding day, Michael Hogan also became godfather to his nephew, Philip Hanrahan (with his sister Margaret as godmother). They were already godparents to Michael Burke Hanrahan..1,3

Children with Catherine Scott, aka Rogers, (b. about 1804)

SonPatrick Hogan (b. about 1827)
SonPhillip Hogan (b. about 1828)
DaughterMary Ann Hogan (b. about 1829)
DaughterCatherine Hogan (b. about 1830)
SonMichael Hogan (b. about 1833)
DaughterAnn Hogan (b. about 1834)
SonRobert Hogan (b. about 1836)
SonHenry Hogan (b. about 1838)
DaughterBridget Hogan (b. about 1840)
DaughterMargaret Hogan (b. about 1841)

Working life

  • In 1822 Michael Hogan was a landholder in Liverpool.4
  • In September 1823 Michael Hogan was a landholder in Bong Bong.2


Michael Hogan died about 1841.1,5


  1. [S465] "RR: Hogan-McMahon Descendants Chart", unknown author, to James Fleming (Sydney); Fleming Family History Archive, Sydney.
  2. [S932] Hogan family, Convict and Settlers List 1825 NSW: Hogan family, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1825
  3. [S958] Marriage Certificate, Michael Hogan and Catharine Scott, 26 Sep 1826, Society of Australian Genealogists, NSW. SAG Reel 6 FM4 5270.
  4. [S928] Philip Hogan, Convict Muster 1822 NSW: Hogan Philip, (Kingswood NSW: NSW State Archives), 1822, Liverpool Population Book
  5. [S966] Death Certificate, Mary White nee McMahon, Registry of Births Deaths and Marriages, NSW, 3343/1859.
Last Edited9 December 2018