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William Barker Ogden                          1866-1906     (1st Husband)
William was born on 30 December 1866, the son of Thomas Ogden and Jane Edith Callaghan, at Liverpool, Lancashire.
Margaret Scott                                       1872-1958
Margaret was born about 1872, the daughter of Captain John Scott, at Liverpool, Lancashire..
I have identified the following children.
  Sylvia Margaret Born 1901   Great Crosby, Lancashire Married Ernest Edward de Winton Wills
William Graeme Born abt 1903   London Married Sheila Faber

Birth of Parents
William Barker Ogden b: 30 Dec 1866  c: 14 Feb 1867       St. Peter, Liverpool, Lancashire
son of Thomas Ogden and Jane Edith Callaghan

Margaret Scott b: abt 1872         Liverpool, Lancashire
daughter of Captain John Scott

William Barker Ogden
Margaret Scott
        Great Crosby, Lancashire       1896 2Q West Derby 8b 837

Sylvia Margaret Ogden b: 1901         Great Crosby, Lancashire       1901 1Q West Derby 8b 255
daughter of William Barker Ogden and Margaret Scott

1901 Census RG13-3445 1 April 1901 Great Crosby, Lancashire
Ingle Nook, Merriloch Road
William B. Ogden
Margaret (Wife)
Sylvia M.
Beatrice F. Antwis (s)(Visitor)
Plus 3 Servants
Age 34
Age 28
Age 1 Mo.
Age 30
Tobacco Manufacturer Liverpool
Great Crosby
abt 1866
abt 1872
abt 1901
abt 1870

William Graeme Ogden b: abt 1903  c: 14 Nov 1903   St John at Hampstead, Camden, London   1903 4Q Barnet 3a 387
son of William Barker Ogden and Margaret Scott, Westwood, Bishops Avenue

William Barker Ogden Died 28 Feb 1906  Residence Heathbrow, Hampstead Heath, Middlesex

The Times, Thursday, June 7, 1906
William Barker Ogden Deceased Notice
is hereby given that all CREDITORS and other persons having any claims or demands against the estate of WILLIAM BARKER OGDEN late of "Heathbrow" Hampstead Heath in the county of Middlesex, Tobacco Manufacturer deceased who died on the 28th day of February 1906 and whose will was proved in the Principal Probate Registry on the 28th day of March 1902 by Margaret Ogden the Sole Executrix therein named of "Heathbrow" aforesaid widow of the deceased are hereby required to send particulars in writing of their claims and demands to me the undersigned the Solicitor for the said Margaret Ogden on or before the twelfth day of July 1906 at the undermentioned address, after which date the said Margaret Ogden will proceed to distribute the assets of the said William Barker Ogden deceased amongst the parties entitled thereto having regard only to the claims and demands of which she shall then have had notice and the said Margaret Ogden will not be liable for the assets of the said William Barker Ogden deceeased or any part thereof so distributed to any person or persons of whose claims or demands she shall not then have had notice.
    Dated this fifth day of June 1906.
      JOSEPH HOOD Cecil Chambers, 86 Strand, London, W.C.
                  Solicitor for the said Margaret Ogden.

Dr. Charles Gordon H. Moore             1884-1957     (2nd Husband)
Charles was born about 1884, the son of William Henry Moore and Mary Braddon, at Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire.
I have identified their only child:
Peggy Born 7 Mar 1912   London  
Birth of New Husband
Charles Gordon H. Moore b: abt 1884     Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire
son of William Henry Moore and Mary Braddon

28 Feb 1911
Dr. Charles Gordon H. Moore
Margaret Barker Ogden
St. Stephen's, Hampstead

The Times, Thursday, March 2, 1911   MARRIAGES
    On the 28th February at St. Stephen's. Hampstead, by the Rev. C. Bate, Vicar of the Parish. C. GORDON H. MOORE, B.A., (Cantab.), M.R.C.S., L.R.C.P., elder son of the late W. H. Moore and of Mrs. Moore, of Moorelands, Malvern Wells, to Mrs. BARKER OGDEN, of Hampstead.

Peggy Gordon Moore b: 7 Mar 1912         London
daughter of Charles Gordon H. Moore and Margaret Ogden, 34 Gaynesford Road, Forest Hill

The Times, Saturday, March 9, 1912   BIRTHS
MOORE     On the 7th inst., at 34, Gaynesford-road, Forest Hill, the wife of Charles Moore, of a daughter.

Dr. Charles Gordon H. Moore Died 13 Nov 1957, Age 73  at his residence in Sunningdale, Berkshire

The Times, Thursday, November 14, 1957   OBITUARIES
Dr. C. G. Moore
    Dr. Charles Gordon Moore, C.V.O., who died yesterday at his home at Sunningdale, was the son of W. H. Moore, of Malvern Wells. Educated at Sherborne and Caius College, Cambridge, he went on to study medicine at St. Bartholomew's Hospital.   He served in the R.A.M.C. in the 1914-18 War at Gallipoli and in France, and in 1917 commanded the Military Hospital, Gibraltar.   He was deputy commissioner medical services, Ministry of Pension, from 1920 and 1923, and Physician in Ordinary to Princess Beatrice from 1928 to 1944.   He was made C.V.O. in 1935, and in 1941 was appointed a Justice of the Peace for Buckinghamshire.   He married in 1911 Margaret, daughter of Captain John Scott, and widow of W. B. Ogden, by whom he had a daughter.

Margaret (Ogden) Gordon Moore Died 20 July 1958  at her residence in Sunningdale, Berkshire

The Times, Tuesday, July 22, 1958   DEATHS
    GORDON MOORE, on July 20, 1958, suddenly, at her home, New Place, Sunningdale, MARGARET, beloved wife of the late Dr. Charles Gordon Moore, and much loved mother of Graeme and Peggy. Funeral, Thursday, 12 o'clock, at Golders Green Crematorium. No flowers at her request.
The Times, Thursday, October 9, 1958   DEATHS
    Mrs. Margaret Gordon Moore, of New Place, Sunningdale, Berkshire, left £144,575 (net value £141,171; duty paid £70,798). She left £2,000 to Mark 21, the Graeme House, Derbyshire (Toe H hostel), expressing the wish that it be used primarily for the endowment of the salary of a permanent chaplain.