Thomas Lewis Hybart, Esq.

1803 - 1 January 1847

Lawyer, Newspaper Publisher, Representative from Fayetteville to the North Carolina House of Commons in 1835

Thomas Lewis Hybart was said to have "a ready tongue and a trenchant pen." He was a strong supporter of General Andrew Jackson. He was one of the managers of a subscription ball in 1829, indicating that he was active in the social life of the area. When a fire destroyed a great part of Fayetteville in 1831, the house of T.L. Hybart, Esq., located at the intersection of Union and Mason streets, was saved only by great effort.