Name: George Hogge
Death: 1811 1
Change Date: 15 SEP 2008
George and Dorothy are said to have had 10 children, some of whom changed their name to Archdale.
Although not until 1866 when George Hogge (along with his brothers Fredk and Charles) changed his name by deed poll to Archdale. When George (Hogge) Archdale died in 1901, having no children of his own he left his shares in the brewery to his nephew George Fitzroy Archdale 1864-1939 (son of Fredk).
George Hogge, whose family had inherited the manor from the Archdales and who built the present Hall and the Red House, already had shipping interests at King?s Lynn.
Reference: KNY 340 371 x 5
Creation dates: 1785
From Archdale Wilson Tayler Esq. to use of William Wilson Esq. of all his estate at Tugby, comprising messuages, closes, lands etc. (described)
A Mr and Mrs George Hogge of Scottowe Hall, Norfolk, were good friends of Charles Dickens, in the 1850s. Mrs. Higges was niece of the Rev. W. Harness. It was that George that changed his name to Archdale.
Dorothy Tayler b: 1751
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Periodical: The Early Journals and Letters of Fanny Burney?