Samuel Fogg (1629-1672) came to Hampton, New Hampshire, from Theydon Garnon, Essex, England, in about 1646. Until about 1900, all of our Fogg ancestors lived in and around Hampton, New Hampshire. Samuel Fogg was Martin's 7th great grandfather on his mother's side of the family. We have a family tree on Ancestry.com.
Samuel Fogg in England, 1628, and in Hampton, New Hampshire, 1647
Samuel Fogg was born January 1, 1628 (1629 by present calendar) in Theydon Garnon, Essex, England. Samuel was the youngest son of John Fogge (1580-1628) and Mary Legate (1594-) of Theydon Garnon. Samuel Fogg followed a kinsman to Hampton, New Hamphshire. John Legate was already in Hampton when Samuel arrived. John Legate was probably his mother's brother.
The exact date of Samuel's arrival in New England is not known. Samuel first appears in court records of Hampton, New Hampshire, in 1647. Typical estimates of the year of his arrival are the early 1640s, although some say he may have arrived in 1638 or 1639.
After arriving in Hampton, Samuel Fogg married first Anne Shaw (1636-1663) on November 12, 1652. Anne Shaw was the daughter of Roger Shaw (1594-1661) and Anne (unknown) (1610-1660), both English immigrants to Hampton. Samuel and Anne had 5 children: Samuel (1653-1710), Joseph (1656-1660), John (1658-1660), Daniel (1660-1755) and Mary (1661-1707). Anne Shaw died in 1663.
Samuel married second Mary Page (1644-1700) on December 28, 1665, in Hampton. Mary Page was the daughter of Robert Page (1604-1679) and Lucy Warde (1605-1665), both of whom were English immigrants to Hampton. Samuel and Mary had 3 children: Seth (1666-1755), James (1668-1750), and Hannah (1671-1680).
Theydon Garnon is a small village in the Epping Forest District of County Essex in England. Theydon Garnon lies about 23 miles northeast of London. Theydon Garnon is near the red dot on the above image. (Click the image to enlarge it in order to see the red dot.)
Seth Fogg in Hampton, New Hamphsire, 1666
Seth Fogg (1666-1775), Samuel's son by second wife Mary Page, married Sarah Shaw (1669-1756) in Hampton in about 1686. Sarah was the daughter of Benjamin Shaw (1641-1717) and Esther RIchardson (1645-1736). Seth  and Sarah had 12 children: Benoni (1686-1770), Hannah (1690-1775), Sarah (1694-1701), Esther (1696-1801), Seth (1697-1745), "Deacon" Samuel (1700-1786), Simon (1702-1749), "Captain" Abner (1704-1749), Abigail (1707- ), Daniel (1709-1757), "Reverend" Jeremiah (1712-1789) and Ebenezer (1714-).
This is a map of the state of New Hampshire. Hampton is near the Atlantic Ocean along the short stretch of coastline between the states of Massachusetts on the south and Maine on the north. Hampton lies 47 miles north of Boston, Massachusetts. Hampton was founded by another of our ancestors, Reverend Stephen Bachiler, in 1638.
Captain Abner Fogg and wife Bethia Robie, 1730
Seth Fogg's 8th child, Captain Abner Fogg married Bethia Robie (1707-1773) in Hampton on December 10, 1730. Bethia was the daughter of Samuel Robie (1659-1717) and Mary Page (1665-1750). Abner  and Bethia had 7 children: Abner (1731-1796), Abigail (1733-), Elizabeth (1735-1812), Samuel (1735-1737), Seth (1739-1826), Bethia (1741-1807) and Samuel Robie Fogg (1743-1826).
This image shows the gravestone for Bethia Robie Fogg in Pine Grove Cemetery in Hampton, New Hampshire.
Samuel Robie Fogg in Hampton, New Hampshire, 1764
Samuel Robie Fogg (1743-1826), Seth's youngest child, married Abigail Nudd (1743-1812) in Hampton on February 29, 1764. Abigail was the daughter of James Nudd (1707-1753) and Abigail Thomas (1708-1749). Samuel Robie  and Abigail had 5 children: John (1766-1840), Elizabeth (1768-1852), Abigail (1770-1864), Bethia (1774-1845), and Samuel (1777-1825).
This is a map of the location of the houses of the original settlers of Hampton, New Hampshire. The map was created in 1892 from original information. The map was found on the website of Lane Memorial Library, Hampton, NH.
Samuel Fogg purchased a house from another of our ancestors Christopher Hussey. The house is located on the map on the middle of the lower side of the Meeting House Green (under "GR" in Green).
Samuel Fogg (1777-1825) in Hampton, New Hampshire, 1805
Samuel Fogg (1777-1825), youngest child of Samuel Robie Fogg, married Rhoda Page (1782-1857) on July 22, 1805, at Hampton, New Hampshire. Rhoda was the daughter of Coffin Page (1755-1801) and Betsey Locke (1763-1851). Samuel  and Rhoda had 11 children: David (1806-1887), Daniel (1807-), Mary (1809-1882), Ransom (1812-1898), Simon "Simeon" (1814-1881), Abigail (1815-1857), Rhoda (1818-1886), Samuel (1819-1820), Sarah (1821-), Ann (1823-) and Samuel 1825-1892).
The pictures show the Fogg's farmhouse in Hampton Falls (neighboring Hampton) in 1902 and 1900. The house was built by one Samuel Fogg in 1846, but I don't know if this Samuel was the youngest son of Samuel and Rhoda.
(The pictures came from the Lane Memorial Library website.)
Ransom Fogg in Hampton, New Hampshire, 1857
Ransom Fogg (1812-1898), Samuel and Rhoda's 4th child, married 4 times and had 12 children by 3 marriages. Ransom's 3rd wife was Margaret J. Clements. Margaret was the daughter of Charles William Clements (1800-1855) and Mehitabel Towle (1801-1877). Ransom  and Margaret had 5 children: Edwin "Edward" Pierce Fogg (1857-1934), Andrew J. Fogg (1858-1936), Frank Herd Fogg (1860-1947), Clara Batchelder Fogg (1862-1928), and Adelaide "Addie" Charlotte Fogg (1863-1913).
Samuel Fogg, the English immigrant, and his family were one of the early settlers in Hampton, New Hampshire. The Fogg family was honored with a stone in Founders Park in Hampton in 1925. The image above shows a map of Founders Park. The Fogg stone is the second from the bottom on the right diagonal side of the triangle.
Edwin Pierce Fogg and wife Zillah "Lena" Cook, 1881
Edwin Pierce Fogg, the oldest child of Ransom and Margaret, married Zillah "Lena" (Cook) Maines on March 25, 1881. Lena had previously married Frank Maines and had 2 children by her prior marriage. Lena was the daughter of Richard Cook and Martha Diana Aylesbury. Edwin  and Lena had 7 children: Grace Ethel (1882-1980), Edwin Rutledge (1887-1979), Martha Russell (1890-1983), Helen Marguerite (1892-), Newell Ransom (1894-1970), Willard Prescott (1895-1915), and Marion Theodate (1897-1985).
This image shows the Fogg stone in Founders Park in Hampton, New Hampshire.
Newell Ransom Fogg and Annie Elizabeth Nylund in Ashburnham, Massachusetts, 1921
Newell Ransom Fogg, Edwin and Lena's 5th child, was Martin's maternal grandfather. Newell married Annie Elizabeth Nylund (1901-1976) on March 7, 1921, in Ashburnham, Massachusetts. Annie was an immigrant from Finland who was 1 year old when she arrived in the United States in 1902. Annie's parents were Ernst Hjalmar Nylund (1880- after 1942) and Anna Makinen (1877-1923), both of Finland.
Newell  and Annie Fogg had 5 children. The oldest child was Martin's mother, Winifred Marion Fogg (1922-2001). The younger 4 children were Helen Grace (1923-1925), Robert Newell (1926-1936) and 2 other living children.
Grampie Newell Fogg owned gasoline service stations in Ashburnham, Massachusetts, and Rindge, New Hampshire.
Martin's mother had fond memories of Newell's oldest sister, Auntie Grace. Martin had met Auntie Grace on a few occasions.
This picture shows Founders Park in Hampton, New Hampshire. The family stones line the perimeter of the park.
Chip Foggon Feb 16
In Phyllis Whitten's Samuel Fogg geneaology book, which I have, Samuel came to Hampton as a boy ... in 1640 ... and was apprenticed to William Fuller until 1647, when John Legat sued Fuller for failing to teach Samuel how to be a gunsmith. Samuel was then sent to be apprenticed to Isaac Cousins, "an expert smith" according to Winthrop's journal. Samuel had 4 years left to serve, which would have meant a total of 11 years' indentured. I believe John Legat was Mary's brother, yes ... and I also find many reasons to believe he was a London stacioner, a kinsman to Bartholomew, and a member of the Hornchurch-based family found to be the source of the "Seeker" movement in England at that time. It's an interesting history if you start digging.
Samon Feb 11
With all the latest on the finding of Richard lll, there was a Fogge in the court at the time. This was interesting because I have Fogg in my ancestry. My grandmother was Eleanor white Fogg, who married Col. Osgood A. Nickerson my grandfather.. Wondering if you have found any ancestors back to 1485 and whether perhaps Eleanor Fogg is familiar.