As researched by the late Victor Hogben (but see the disclaimer).
- 4 BC - 51 AD Huckbone
- The Roman invaders in 47 AD spared his life for a promise of tribute at
the Villa on the East Cliff, Folkestone, Kent.
- 232 AD Huckbone
- is mentioned as being a good farmer at Limeringe, Kent
- 405 AD Huckbone
- Cut down trees and grubbed up the stunps for extending his land at North
- 639 AD Huckbone
- Chieftan. Attended Thanksgiving Service, Ethelburge Church Limeringe
- 670 AD Huckbone
- Stayed at Eastrie with a relative and discovered the bodies of the two
murdered princes in King Egbert's Palace, Eastrie
- 801 AD Huckbone
- He was of fair skin, a good looking man, a good farmer, Limeringe
- 995-1039 Huckbone
- Chieftan, had a wife from Elham
- 1020-1069 Oswald Hugbene
- Landowner, a good horse rider
- 1047-1074 William Hugbene
- Mentioned in Domesday Book 1086: "Lord of the Manor, Limeringe"
- 1071 Henry Hogben=Ruth
- He enjoyed horse riding. Farmer.
- 1095 William Hogben=Ann
- Created first Baron Liminge. Land was given to him by Henry I (Hogben's
Farm, Aldington, Kent) for his services to the Royal House 1131. Had a good
- 1118 Harold de Lyminge=Agnes
- Built Robus House, Lyminge; landowner
- 1144 Thomas de Lyminge=Martha
- 1168 Henry de Lyminge=Alice
- 1202 William de Lyminge=Mary
- Went to the Crusade and fought bravely in the Holy Land as Knight
Hospitallers of St John.
- 1235 Thomas de Lyminge=Joan
- Bought Foulmead Farm, Sholden, Deal in 1261.
- Stephen de Lyminge=Mary
- Lord of the Manor, Lyminge, Mayor of Romney. On a Board in the Upper
Court-Room in the old Town Hall, New Romney, named Stephen de Lyminge. He
built a house in 1299 on the old site of Robus House, Lyminge. His younger
brother Dyonyse married Frances; had a daughter Ann, born 1300. He was
created Baron de Foulmead by Edward I, in recognition of public services.
- 1299 Stephen Hogben=Sarah
- Farmer and landowner, Lyminge.
- 1322 Henry Hogben=Jane
- Horse doctor and farmer
- 1341 William Hogben=Margaret
- The Black Death 1349 caused shortage of labour on the farms.
- 1367 Richard Hogben=Sarah
- The wool trade boomed.
- 1391 Thomas Hogben=Mary
- Sold hos wool from his Romney Marsh sheep to Ashford, Kent.
- 1424 John Hogben=Marion
- A good farmer
- 1450 Thomas Hogben=Margaret
From this point, the tree begins to branch out. I have information on
about 450 people altogether; here is one line from then to the present day:
- 1472 Thomas Hogben=Jane
- 1491 Robert Hogben=Christiane
- 1512 Peter Hogben=Alice
- 1534 Stephen Hogben=Sarah
- 1556 Stephen Hogben=Ruth
- 1576 Robert Hogben=Susan
- 1597 William Hogben=Jane
- 1614 Robert Hogben=Anne
- 1651 David Hogben=Ann Carter
- 1682 Robert Hogben=Ann Philpot
- 1708 David Hogben=Ann
- 1740 John Hogben=Sarah
- 1766 Richard Hogben=Mary Rolfe
- 1810 Stephen Hogben=Ann Collick
- 1838 Stephen Hogben=Miriam Hambrook
- 1872 Frederic Hogben=Mary Ann Phinn
- 1919 A. D. Hugh Hogben=Marion Warren
- 1960 Colin Hogben (that's me!)
There is genealogical data in GEDCOM format
available for download here, covering over 350 people (about 200 of them born
Last updated 20 August 2002
Colin Hogben, firstname.lastname@example.org