Hardinge Hogg papers

Archive Collection

Scope and Content

2 photocopied portrait photographs, two photocopied photographs of his wedding in Burma and one photocopied photograph of the 1st Border Regiment boarding a train at Maymyo (1914-1915, nd); Photocopied press cutting from The Rangoon Gazette relating to his wedding in Burma (9 December 1914); Photocopied letters (10 October 1917, nd); Photocopied memorial card (30 April 1917); Photocopied Post Office telegraphs (12 March 1917, 27 April 1917); Photocopied press cuttings reporting his death [1917]; Photocopied typescript extracts from letters received by his wife Violet (ne Alpin) (nd).

Administrative / Biographical History

Hardinge Monteith Hogg (1883-1917) was educated at Bedford Grammar School and Sandhurst. As a Captain, 32nd Lancers, Indian Army, he served in Burma and Mesopotamia, where he was killed in action on 22 April 1917.

Conditions Governing Access

Access is unrestricted.

Acquisition Information

The papers were placed in the Collection by Lieutenant Colonel Hogg. See Research Correspondence File.

Note

In English.

Other Finding Aids

Alternative Form Available

Microfilmed.

Related Material

See BU 01: Aplin, SL (father-in-law).