The Doggart Family Genealogy

Hugh Ross DoggartAge: 22 years18941917

Hugh Ross Doggart
Given names
Hugh Ross
  1. Generation 1
    1. Hugh Ross Doggart, son of Horatio Doggart and Mary Rosemond, was born on December 4, 1894 in Castlereagh, Down, Northern Ireland and was buried on August 16, 1917 in Flanders, Belgium at the age of 22.

Birth December 4, 1894 26 26
Note: Rather than Castlereagh I think Ballymacarret would also be correct...
Death of a brotherWilliam John Doggart
August 2, 1897 (Age 2 years)

Birth of a brotherWilliam Doggart
November 10, 1898 (Age 3 years)
Birth of a brotherAlbert Edward Doggart
December 1, 1899 (Age 4 years)

Census March 31, 1901 (Age 6 years)
Address: 34 Church View Hollywood Urman
Census April 2, 1911 (Age 16 years)
Address: Hill Street Hollywood Urban
WO 363 British Army Service Records 1914-1920
September 16, 1914 (Age 19 years)

Note: Joined 18 Sep 1914
Burial August 16, 1917 (Age 22 years)
Address: Zonnebeke West Flanders, Belgium
Cemetery: Tyne Cot CWGC Cemetery
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Marriage: July 11, 1890Holywood, Down, Northern Ireland
13 months
elder brother
15 months
elder brother
2 years
Hugh Ross Doggart
Birth: December 4, 1894 26 26Castlereagh, Down, Northern Ireland
Burial: August 16, 1917Flanders, Belgium
4 years
younger brother
William Doggart
Birth: November 10, 1898 30 30Belfast, Down, Northern Ireland
Death: November 22, 1917France
13 months
younger brother

Rather than Castlereagh I think Ballymacarret would also be correct... According to CaptainBeecher on Rootschat, talking about where Ballymacarret is "Your issue here is that Belfast is classed as County Antrim so any reference to anything happening at any time after the 1880s in Ballymacarrett will state it as County Antrim. According to CaptainBeecher on Rootschat Prior to that Ballymacarret was a village in its own right and not part of Belfast. However the county boundary for Antrim/Down is the river Lagan which seperates East Belfast from the rest of the city. Ballymacarrett, although part of Belfast is County Down and its citizens would regard themselves as County Down. The boundaries of Ballymacarrett traditionally would be the railway line, heading east until it meets the river Connswater which provides the east boundary travelling south until it meets the Beersbridge Road heading west onto Castlereagh street and then Mountpottinger Road, which heads north and stops just short of the Bridgend flyover, which then meets the railway and completes the perimiter. The spine of the area is the Newtownards Road. This can be easily viewed from Google maps."
CensusMary Rosemond Census 1901

William Rosemanhead76general labourerwidower
Mary Doggartdau34-widow
James Doggartgrand son7scholar
Hugh Doggartgrandson6scholar
William Doggartson2-

All church of Ireland and born Co Down except William Roseman born Co Fermanagh

CensusMary Rosemond Census 1911

79 Hill Street

Mary Doggarthead43charwomanwidow married 20 years 5 children 3 alive
James Doggartson18gardener domestic servant
Hugh Doggartson16message boy
Willie Doggartson12scholar

All church of Ireland and born Co Down

Joined 18 Sep 1914 Discharged 7 Nov 1914