Norma Hogan1

#9640, (circa 1923 - 19 February 2004)
Relationship2nd cousin 1 time removed of Anna Margaret Donovan
Father*William David Hogan1 (1889 - 1954)
Mother*Salome Gautreau1 (1888 - 1979)

Family 1

Marshall Smith Sr. b. c 1922, d. 1997

Family 2

John Egan Jr. b. s 1920
Her married name was Smith.2 
Her married name was Egan.2 
Marriage*She married John Egan Jr.2 
Marriage*She married Marshall Smith Sr.2 
Birth*circa 1923She was born circa 1923 at ConnecticutG.1 
3 April 1930She appeared on the census of 3 April 1930 in the household of William David Hogan and Salome Gautreau at Main Street, Somers, Tolland Co., ConnecticutG, age 7.1 
3 April 1940She appeared on the census of 3 April 1940 in the household of William David Hogan and Salome Gautreau at Somersville, Tolland Co., ConnecticutG, age 18, private house mother's helper.3 
Death*19 February 2004She died on 19 February 2004 at Bethesda Memorial Hospital, Boynton Beach, Florida.2 


  1. [S7] 1930 U.S. Federal Census. William D (41), b. Canada-French, father b. England, mother b. Canada-French, woolens mill, imm. 1910, perm. alien status; Mamie M (41), b. and parents b. Canada-French, woolens mill, imm. 1909, alien status; both marr. age 25.
  2. [S1585], online, Citing The Hartford Courant, 22 Feb 2004. Norma Hogan Egan Smith, res. Boynton Beach FL and Enfield CT, d. Bethesda Memorial Hospital, Boynton Beach FL, 19 Feb 2004; b. Somersville CT, dau. of William Hogan and Mamie Gautreau; marr. 1. John Egan Jr., dec.; marr. 2. Marshall Smith Sr., dec.; bro. Lawrence (dec.), sisters Greta (dec.) and Genevieve (Hogan) Burgess; children Greta (marr. Thomas Tobey), Kathleen (marr. ____ Albano), Kvin Egan (marr. marr. Sue _____); grandchildren Kathryn Daigle, Kristina Tobey, Julia Albano, Lindsey Albano, Ryan Egan and Kelly Egan; step-children Ruth (marr. Fred Boucher), Carol (marr. ____ Starbard), Robert Smith (marr. Susan _____).
  3. [S346] 1940 U.S. Federal Census. Wm D (51), b. Canada-French, perm. alien, woolen mills weaver; Mammie (50), b. Canada-French, alien, woolens mill weaver; same res. in 1935.