When I discovered this microfilm, I had hoped to find my Reddick Bryan buying merchandise for his mother, father, and grandparents. All would be named and their relationship to Reddick confirmed.
The microfilm I am referring to is the Thomas Devereux Hogg Papers (see the complete reference in my sources). Included in Mr. Hogg's papers were David Clark's account books from the years 1798 to 1836. Mr. Clark was a planter at Albin and a merchant at Hogston and Hamilton in Martin County, North Carolina.
Daybook for mercantile business at Hogston and Hamilton, Martin County, 1798-1811, in the Thomas Devereux Hogg Papers #344, Southern Historical Collection, The Wilson Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Microfilm.
Family photographs and documents from the collection of Diana Bryan Quinn