RT Book, Whole DB /z-wcorg/ DS http://worldcat.org ID 259810758 LA English T1 Thomas Devereux Hogg papers, 1829-1910, Halifax, Martin, and Wake counties, North Carolina. A1 Hogg, Thomas Devereux,, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill., Library., Southern Historical Collection., PB University Publications of America PP Bethesda, MD YR 1992 AB The collection includes letters, bills, receipts, accounts, and other papers of members of the Hogg, Bryan, and Blount families. Included are various financial and legal papers pertaining to people for whom the Hoggs or Bryans acted as agent or executor. They are David Clark, merchant and planter of Martin and Halifax counties, N.C.; Joseph Blount and his son, Joseph, Jr., of Edenton and Hillsborough, N.C., who was at intervals an inmate of the Friends Asylum in Pennsylvania. Also, letters of Benjamin Maitland of Baltimore, Bryan's partner in operating a distillery; letters of Lucy Haywood (Mrs. John S.) Bryan on personal affairs and news of Raleigh; notes of James, brother of G. Hogg, on the medical lectures of Drs. David Hosack and James S. Stringham of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, New York; accounts of T.D. Hogg, ordnance and commissary officer of North Carolina, 1862-1865; and accounts of a sawmill and a stagecoach line. Later papers are those of Colin M. Hawkins and Janet (Hogg) Hawkins, concerning Hawkins genealogy.