Hogg (surname)


Hogg (surname)

Hogg is a surname, and may refer to:

Academics and literature

* Ian V. Hogg (1926–2002), British author
* J. Bernard Hogg (1908–1994), American labor historian
* James Hogg (1770–1835), Scottish poet and novelist
* Peter Hogg (born 1939), constitutional scholar
* Richard Hogg (1944–2007), British linguist
* Sarah Hogg, Baroness Hogg (born 1946), English economist and journalist
* Thomas Jefferson Hogg (1792–1862), British biographer
* George Hogg (adventurer) (1914-1945), journalist and adventurer in China.

Business and industry

* Quintin Hogg (1845–1903), merchant and philanthropist

Entertainment

* CPO/Boss Hogg, American rapper
* Ian Hogg (actor) (born 1937), British actor
* Joanne Hogg, Irish singer and songwriter
* Michael Lindsay-Hogg (born 1940), American television and stage director
* Bowie Hogg, Television contestant on season #1 of The Apprentice

Legal

* Mary Hogg (1947-), High Court judge

Military and naval

*Ian Hogg (Royal Navy officer) (1911–2003), British Navy officer

Politics and government

* Bob Hogg, Australian politician
* Brenda Hogg, Canadian politician
* Douglas Hogg, 1st Viscount Hailsham (1872–1950), British lawyer and politician
* Douglas Hogg, 3rd Viscount Hailsham (born 1945), British politician and barrister
* Dudley McGarel-Hogg, 3rd Baron Magheramorne (1863–1946), Anglo-Irish peer
* James McGarel-Hogg, 1st Baron Magheramorne (1823–1890), British politician
* James McGarel-Hogg, 2nd Baron Magheramorne (1861–1903), Anglo-Irish Peer
* Jim Hogg (1851–1906), governor of Texas
* John Hogg (born 1949), Australian politician
* Mike Hogg, British politician
* Norman Hogg, Baron Hogg of Cumbernauld (born 1938), Scottish politician
* Quintin Hogg, Baron Hailsham of St Marylebone (1907–2001), British politician
* Rob Hogg (born 1967), Iowa politician
* Samuel E. Hogg (1783–1842), American congressman
* Stuart Saunders Hogg (born 1833), English civil servant in India

Religion

* John Hogg (martyr) (died 1590), Catholic priest and martyr

cience and technology

* Arthur Robert Hogg (1903–1966), Australian physicist and astronomer
* Frank Scott Hogg (1904–1951), Canadian astronomer
* Helen Sawyer Hogg (1905–1993), Canadian astronomer

ports

* Allister Hogg (born 1983), Scottish rugby union player
* Brad Hogg (born 1971), Australian cricketer
* Chris Hogg (born 1985), English footballer
* Graeme Hogg (born 1964), Scottish football player
* George Hogg, football
* Jeff Hogg, Australian rules football player
* Kyle Hogg (born 1983), English cricketer
*Robert(Bobby) Hogg Scottish/Celtic Footballer
* Rodney Hogg (born 1951), former Australian cricketer
* Sonja Hogg, American basketball coach
* Steven Hogg (born 1985), English footballer
* Vincent Hogg (born 1952), Zimbabwean cricketer

Other

* Ima Hogg (1882–1975), American philanthropist
* Margaret Hogg (died 1976), British murder victim


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