April 20, 2012, 5 items, 0.01 cubic feet; Collection includes a letter (10 pp. on 3 sheets of paper) written by Ann Elizabeth Bogart, Washington, N.C., to “My dear Aunt,” January 8, 1865, describing wartime conditions in Washington and vicinity, a 2-page partial transcription of the letter, a tintype of a woman (possibly Ann Elizabeth Bogart), and two color images of the gravestone for Ann Bogart and the plot where she is buried in Washington, N.C. Donors: Melody Hinds Moen and Kathleen Bogart Hinds Kennedy
January 22, 2016, (unprocessed addition 1), 0.072 cubic feet; This donation (1912-1970, undated) includes research materials and genealogy notes related to the life of David Nevius Bogart of Washington, North Carolina, including his Civil War service and his death during “The James City War” in 1893 (eviction of “James City” squatters by the N.C. State Troops); and genealogy notes and correspondence related to the Biggs, Bogart, O’Cain, Lucas, Bonner, Peyton, and Snoad family lines of Beaufort County, North Carolina. Donor: Penelope Bogart Rodman
November 9, 2016, (unprocessed addition 2), 1.44 cubic feet; Included in this addition are genealogy notes and photographs related to the Biggs, Bogart, O’Cain, Lucas, Pope, and Smallwood families of the Washington and Williamston, North Carolina, area and the Bradford, and Morton families of Maine and Massachusetts. Also included are an 1823 Bible listing birth, death, and marriage dates related to the Williams, Hassell, and Biggs families of Williamston; autograph books for Mrs. Anna/Annie Phifer and Emily L. Whitley; Bogart Family written by John Albert Bogart (1959); photographs and letters pertaining to brothers William “Will” Henry Smallwood (died in Alaska 1918) and John “Bruce” Smallwood (died in Mexico after 1894); collections of Washington, N.C., historical information; and an 1856 edition of Mitchell’s Intermediate Geography in poor condition that apparently belonged to Margaret T. (or J.) Howard. Donor: Penelope Bogart Rodman
February 5, 2017, (unprocessed addition 3), 0.88 cubic feet; Included in this addition are genealogy notes and clippings related to the Biggs and the Bogart families of Beaufort and Martin Cos., North Carolina, area; transcriptions of wills of the Bonner, Snoad, and Peyton families; Bible records (births) for the Farnell family of Onslow and Jones Cos. and the Hooker family of Tyrrell, Beaufort, and Pamlico Cos., North Carolina. Also included are newspaper columns by Charles Smallwood (“Hixty Sige – he wants ter know” and “Old Silas and his mule sense”); a 1916 patent held by Smallwood; and issues (1904, 1931-1945) of Washington, N.C., newspapers (Gazette-Messenger, Washington Daily News). Donor: Penelope Bogart Rodman
Gift of Melody Hinds Moen and Kathleen Bogart Hinds Kennedy
Gift of Penelope Bogart Rodman
Literary rights to specific documents are retained by the authors or their descendants in accordance with U.S. copyright law.
Bogart Family Papers (#1198), East Carolina Manuscript Collection, J. Y. Joyner Library, East Carolina University, Greenville, North Carolina, USA.
Processed by D. Zeltmann, September 2012