Do finite indexes tell us about the finitely generated nature of the related group and subgroup? [closed]

If a group and subgroup have a finite index, and we know that the subgroup is finitely generated, can we conclude that the group is also finitely generated?

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• Sounds likely., – Gregory Grant Nov 1 '15 at 1:20

Let $H=\langle h_1,\ldots, h_n\rangle$ and let $[G:H]=m$. Suppose $g_1,\ldots,g_m$ is a complete set of coset representatives for $G/H$. Since, $$G=\bigcup_{k=1}^m g_kH$$ we can see that $G=\langle\{h_jg_k:1\le j\le n,1\le k\le m\}\rangle$.