Circa 1840–?

Fogg was an evangelist and played the cornet. In the 1890s, he was apparently living in the Cin­cin­na­ti, Ohio, area. A letter from him in the March 6, 1897, issue of The Literary Journal gives his residence as Covington, Kentucky, and his age as 57.

His works in­clude:

  1. I Have Found a Precious Friend
  2. Is Life a Burden Heavy to Bear?
  3. Onward, Christian Soldiers
  4. When I Was Far Away from God
  5. When the Trumpet Sounds
  1. Come, Sing to Me of Jesus’ Love
  2. Fountain, The
  3. Life and Light
  4. Roll Call in Heaven, The