Hosking family page
Emma Elizabeth Hosking, daughter of John and Sarah, was baptised in St Helier in 1836
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Origins of surname
This name, which is common in Cornwall, means 'son of Os', which is a short form of the old personal names Osgod, Osbearn and Osmaer. The ultimate derivation is from heschen, meaning sedge, or boggy ground.
The name first appeared in Jersey records in 1823, but it was not until the 1830s and '40s that families became established. Archimedes John Hosking was baptised in 1847, and his first child was baptised in 1883.
Great War service
- Frederick James Hosking (St H) ex-RMIJ, Private RAMC
Sons of Emmanuel Cambridge and Julia Mary Everdale Andow
- Arthur Ernest Hosking (1896- ) (St H) Private, Labour Corps
- Sydney Wilfred Hosking (1899- ) (St H) ex-RMIJ, Private RASC, Served 6 months from July 1915 when discharged under age
- Oscar Emmanuel Hosking (1893- )(St H) ex-RMIJ, Private, Labour Corps
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