He was the son of Henry James Hogg (b. 1840) and Ann Frances Craven (1839-1871), both Cheshire-natives who had married in Liverpool in 1864. His mother died in 1871 aged 32 and his father possibly remarried. Charles appears on the 1881 census as a boarder at 147 Latham Street, Kirkdale, Lancashire, the home of a Mr and Mrs John Bellard.
He was married in Liverpool in 1892 to Jane Hughes (b. 1869), a native of Llanarmon, Denbighshire, Wales. The couple had a total of seven children, losing four in infancy. Their surviving children were: Margaret (b. 1893), Charles William (1897-1969) and Samuel Henry (1906-1995). Two of their other known children were Francis Crane (1892-1893) and Edward Charles (1895-1897).
The family appear on the 1901 census living at an address in Liverpool and Charles is described as a marine steward. The 1911 census shows the family living at 24 Bulwer Street, Everton, Liverpool, Charles still described as a ship' steward, specifically for the Cunard Line.
When he signed-on to the Titanic, on 4 April 1912, Charles gave his address as 24 Bulwer Street, Liverpool. His last ship had been the Carmania and as a bedroom steward he received monthly wages of £3, 15s.
Charles Hogg died in the sinking. His body, if recovered, was never identified.
His widow Jane never remarried and she died in Birkenhead, Cheshire in 1916.
References and Sources
Agreement and Account of Crew (PRO London, BT100/259)
Gavin Bell, UK