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Alumni History of the University of North Carolina:
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University of North Carolina (1793-1962)

Ed. by Grant, Daniel Lindsey, b. 1897


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(title page) Alumni History of the University of North Carolina
(half-title page) Alumni History
(running title) Alumni History, 1795-1924
Daniel Lindsey Grant
Second Edition
xvi, 950, [11] p., ill.
[Chapel Hill, N.C.]
[General Alumni Association of the University of North Carolina]
1924
[Durham, N.C.]
[Chirstian & King Printing Company]

Call number C378 .UT5 c. 2 (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)



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ALUMNI HISTORY

        


Alumni History
of the
University of North Carolina

DANIEL LINDSEY GRANT, Executive Secretary
General Alumni Association

SECOND EDITION, 1924


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PUBLISHED AND DISTRIBUTED
BY
GENERAL ALUMNI ASSOCIATION
OF THE
UNIVERSITY OF NORTH CAROLINA

PRINTED BY
CHRISTIAN & KING PRINTING COMPANY
DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA
1924


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This Volume

        THIS book is not comprehensive, although seventy-five per cent of its content is fresh material, gathered during the last few months and hitherto unpublished. It is sufficiently full, however, to warrant publication, and has been prepared with the same care as if it were the final word in our alumni history to date. The shortcomings of this volume will be healed by the next, and to that end this will be of particular service by indicating the goal sought, and by defining in terms of actual example the sort of data needed, thus making it possible for those so inclined to co-operate with us in carrying this work to its finale. In addition, it is the most significant contribution, thus far, to the task of gathering up and focussing the strength which springs from the power and love and devotion of 11,000 living alumni. Now attention will move and rivet itself upon the larger aspects of the work of the General Alumni Association.

        Several days are yet to elapse before the first two years of the Central Alumni Office come to an end. At the beginning of that time we had a class-room table and a typewriter; we had access to a card roster in the University Registrar's office which purported to be no more than a list of names of all matriculates from 1795 to date (with the complete collegiate record for the period subsequent to 1912). For those who entered previous to 1912 the degrees were entered on those limited records, but no effort had been made to include the complete term of attendance of matriculates--merely the date of admission. We also had available the Philanthropic and Dialectic Literary Society rosters of the early days, together with the catalogue published in 1889, compiled largely by Mrs. Cornelia Spencer, LL.D. This catalogue was subsequently (about 1900) checked and enlarged by James C. Taylor. Since the date of Mr. Taylor's work nothing of record has been preserved in Chapel Hill that could be of service to us in setting up the Central Alumni Office and editing this Alumni History, save the notes that have appeared from time to time under necrology in The Alumni Review. Hundreds of alumni listed as alive had died; and the mail addresses of more than 6,000 of the living were unknown.

        We wish this recitation of facts to render no one an injustice. But just credit and appreciation can be accorded those who have


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labored so valiantly in the University's service without allowing to continue the false idea that the building of an alumni office and the compilation of essential University data have been going on systematically over many years. This false idea has been abroad among our alumni and has been the one thing which has throttled our efforts. We, of course, were ignoring what men believed to be true, with the consequent result that our appeals were frequently considered unfair, unnecessary, and in some instances, even insincere. The atmosphere in this connection I feel can now be cleared with fairness to all by the propulsion of this single question: When did the alumni provide the office and the money for the execution of this task?

        This volume we now offer then has no exact predecessor in the one hundred and thirty years of University history, although marked second edition. The work published in 1889 is a precursor, for in that very year resolutions were passed by assembled alumni calling for the preparation, publication and distribution of a complete alumni history. Similar resolutions have appeared with monotonous regularity since that time. Indeed, the work of Mr. Taylor was attempted in consequence of this oft repeated desire, but unfortunately was not carried to completion.

        As already stated, this history is offered without apology although with the frank intent to publish again in four or five years, or at such time as the idea of an alumni history as here indicated, can be carried to successful execution. Roughly, seventy-five per cent of the material given here has been collected, and all of it compiled in less than two years, although we have had the concurrent task of building up an office and equipment. The data regarding the living men has come from approximately 7,000 different sources. A large portion of the data on the deceased ones (prior to 1900) had been previously secured and chronicled by Mr. Taylor. The additions we have made to information regarding the deceased have come from approximately 1,000 sources.

        We have endeavored at all times to be fair and just to the 15,000 different individuals. It isn't a single running story, with a single responsibility, but the glamor and pathos of 15,000 individual lives--from the position of the Highest to the lowliest in our land--all out on dress parade. Every precaution has been taken to guarantee factual exactness at an expense of time and energy scarcely conceivable to one inexperienced in this particular character of work. We have consistently minimized the amount of data given when the possibility of error, by inclusion, appeared.


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        To have done otherwise would have violated the motive which has controlled us in the production of the work, for we want it to be more than the recitation of individual successes and failures to grace or shame us, more than a book to be pushed into the most unused corner of a bookshelf to be lost sight of for the present and reclaimed only to become an heirloom. We want it to help bind into a conscious whole the component parts of that entity--the University of North Carolina. And that entity is not alone in Chapel Hill, as some of us are wont to think; it is not alone in the days of one's student life which the rosy mists of memory have enshrouded in romance and glory; neither is it alone in the past, nor will it be alone in the future. It is not alone the great men who have been its students; the indifferent and the weak are its own in their peculiar way. It is all the men it has sent forth whose lives have been broadened, deepened, and sweetened by her instruction, inspiration and conception of broad purpose. And it has a future to be shapened, in part, at least!

        This book should help us to see more clearly our relationship to the institution, and the institution's relationship to the Commonwealth which gave it birth, has nourished it, and now, after a century and a half of trial, is more deeply committed to the program of public education than to any other single endeavor,--a commitment of so long standing and so oft demonstrated wisdom that it has risen to full stature, becoming a devotion. The University was conceived by this Commonwealth for the preservation and development of a democratically organized society, and those of us who are living and doing today are little worthy of the heritage which is ours unless the University of North Carolina be ever kept true to the conception which founded it, and adequate to the demands of a growing civilization.

        The field for constructive service is open. Never was the need for enlightened, responsible citizenry more urgent than at this hour of the world's history. With a red horizon stretched across wide and needy lands where efforts at a democratic organization of society out-distanced the wisdom and responsibility of their average man; with the diversity in our own American life becoming ever more accentuated on account of our varying natural conditions and the developments of the last half century the need for fulfilling the dream of our fathers--of finding public security in an educated citizenry--becomes the more urgent.

        And when all of us are thoroughly cognizant of the heritage which is ours as Carolina men, and are conscious of our responsible connection with the University, it shall be the purpose of the General


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Alumni Association to keep in each of its members an ever quickened interest in the opportunities which are ours, as a group, because of common ties, and attachments.

        We conceive this History to be a vital step in the work of building this dynamic group consciousness among University of North Carolina alumni so that together we may the more effectively "consult the security of the future." The institution has a record of which we are justly proud, but our love is equally commiseration for the handicaps under which it has labored, as it is devotion to the contribution in men and thought which it has made. Today as a body of strong men, able to do, we must acknowledge, when we stand four-square to all the winds that blow, that alma mater has been nourished at times upon crumbs from the Master's table when it should have been fed upon nectar from the lap of the Gods. The challenge of our future as an organized body of alumni is what increased contribution can we make to the strength and security of the future of America through the wisest development and use of the University of North Carolina?

DANIEL LINDSEY GRANT, Editor.

August, 1924.


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Appreciation

        A large number of people have made substantial contributions to this work. Even though the roll cannot be called here and an exact allotment of credit made, I wish to thank all of them, even impersonally, and acknowledge our debt to them.

        An acknowledgement is made elsewhere of large credit due James C. Taylor, of Morganton. There should be added the names of Walter Murphy, '92, and Edgar Ralph Rankin, '13.

        Particular attention should be drawn to the work of C. Percy Powell, '21, who has been general assistant in the Central Alumni Office, and has devotedly given himself to the preparation of the work.


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Table of Contents


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Basis of Editing This Volume

        Clarity, conciseness, and completeness have been the dominant considerations in establishing the type, size and page arrangement of the data; and also in editing the material for this arrangement. It has been necessary to get a large amount of information into very small space without limiting the range of the data included. This necessitated the context with small type; and facility in reading matter thus printed required the use of the minimum number of capital letters.

        It has been our purpose to include (a) the full name; (b) the current address (indicating also the permanent address if the present address is temporary); (c) the complete college record with degrees; (d) date and place of birth; (e) names of parents; (f) the name of wife (or husband) and place and date of marriage, if married; (g) the outstanding achievements during undergraduate days; (h) a complete chronological statement of the career including professional, business or civil activities, military service, writings, etc.; (i) affiliations with fraternal, civic and religious organizations.

        When no state is given, North Carolina is understood unless clearly indicated otherwise by the context. The portion of the academic career which pertains to the University of North Carolina is given without the mention of the institution's name; degrees received, as years spent at other institutions are given along with the name of such institution.

        In the case of the alumni of the earlier days whose places of residence were numerous and widely scattered, the effort has been to give the place of origin and the last established place of residence. It is hoped that this will give us a wide source for reference when this work is published, in order to obtain additional data needed.

Explanation

        A star (*) preceding name indicates that the party is dead, even though the date of decease is not stated.

        A single dagger (†) indicates alumni with whom we have established no contact during the two years of duration of this office. Such parties may, or may not be dead.

        A double dagger (‡) indicates those with whom we have established mail contact during the past two years, but whose mail now fails of delivery at the address given.

        In such instances we are assuming that first-class mail which is not returned to us is delivered, and we are assuming also that first-class mail which is returned to us has been addressed improperly. This basis is not absolute because we have established, in our own experience, wide discrepancies in postal service, but is the only basis on which we could give the information for the catalogue.

        The abbreviations used are as follows:


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Alphabetical Roster, 1795 to 1924

A

*ABBOTT, EDWARD LAWRENCE Teacher

        South Mills; b. Sept. 1, 1869; d. Oct. 24. 1899; A. B. 1898; Methodist.

*ABBOTT, JOHN CLAUDIUS Teacher

        South Mills; b. Nov. 23, 1871; d. Aug. 18, 1896; s. 1895-96; Methodist.

ABBOTT, LUNSFORD Physician

        401 Masonic Temple, Raleigh; s. a. 1904-5; s. l. 1905-06.

ABEL, HUGH

        Waynesville; s. 1914-15; Trinity col.; b. Waynesville, July 12, 1894; p. Dr. J. F. and -- --.

‡ABELKOP, ISIDOR M. Bookkeeper

        Buffalo, N. Y.; foreign born, July, 1899; p. H. and Edith Abelkop; bookkeeper for R. R. co.; 3 years in France during the World War; Jewish.

ABELL, EDWARD STANLEY, JR. Auditor

        Raleigh; s. 1917-18; b. Smithfield, Dec. 1, 1900; p. Edward Stanley and -- --; employee N. C. auditor's office.

ABERNATHY, NOAH W. Merchant

        Marble; s. 1904; b. near Grandview, March 17, 1879; p. M. L. and Tobitha (Palmer); m. Julia Pivett; mercantile business since leaving college; alderman town of Marble several years; precinct chmn. Rep. party; Baptist.

*ABERNETHY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN

        Rialto, Chatham co.; b. 1855; s. 1882-83; book agent.

‡ABERNETHY, BENJAMIN SCOTT

        Care the Fourth Estate, 59th st., West, New York, N. Y.; s. a. 1902-06; s. l. 1906-07; b. Alexander co., June 3, 1885.

ABERNETHY, CHARLES LABAN Congressman.

        118 Pollock st., New Bern; s. l. 1894-95; Rutherford col.; b. Rutherford College, Mar. 18, 1872; p. Rev. John Turner and Martha Anna (Scott); m. Minnie May, Dec. 19, 1895; teacher 1891-92; editor Beaufort Herald 1893-98; lawyer; mem. 67th and 68th Congresses; co. att'y Cartaret co.; general counsel Atlantic and North Carolina R. R.; state solicitor 3rd and 5th Judicial districts for 12 years; presidential elector 1900 and 1904; mem. dem. state exec. com.; Methodist Episcopal.

ABERNETHY, CHARLES LABAN, JR. Student

        New Bern; s. 1917-18; A.B. Harvard univ. 1922; ibid., s. l. 1923; b. New Bern, Dec. 9. 1900; p. Charles Laban and Minnie (May); Methodist.

ABERNETHY, CLAUDE OLIVER Urologist and Dermatologist

        706 Citizens Nat. Bank bldg., Raleigh; B. S. 1902; M. D. 1906; Univ. of Pa. 1915; b. Rutherford College, Oct. 8, 1880; p. Rev. John T. and Annie Martha (Scott); m. Mary Carter Ray, Aug. 2, 1911; general medical practice 1906-15; since limited to Urology and Dermatology; author number of papers on medical subjects; Capt. Med. Corps. July, 1918, to Feb. 1919; stationed Camps Greenleaf and McClellan; Methodist.

ABERNETHY, ERIC ALONZO Physician

        Chapel Hill; s. 1895-98; s. m. 1898-1900; B.S. 1906; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1901; M.D. Columbian univ., 1903; b. Rutherford College, Aug. 2, 1876; p. Rev. John T. and Anna Martha (Scott); m. Laura Emmette Mace, Dec 27, 1899; editor Univ. Magazine; Acacia; Phi. Soc.; Alpha Kappa Kappa; practiced medicine at Washington, D. C., until fall of 1904; Chapel Hill since; physician to Summer School 1912-; to Univ. 1919-; mem. Univ. Board of Trustees 1906-1919; Steward Methodist ch.; mem. Chapel Hill graded school board; pres. 6th District Med. Soc.; sec. 5th District dem. exec. com.; surg. Sou. Ry.; mem. old med. reserve corps; called active service May 31, 1917, as 1st lieut.; officers training camp. Fort Oglethorpe, Ga., until Sept. 8, 1917; ordered to Camp Dix, N. J., becoming Ass't. Div. Surgeon; promoted capt. Nov., 1917; major, Feb., 1918; went overseas with 78th Div.; served with British Armies until Aug. 18, 1918; wounded in Belgium, July 6, 1918; went with Div. to First Amer. Army, Aug. 18, 1918; assigned Commanding Officer 303rd Sanitary Train, 78th Div., Sept 3, 1918; in St. Mihiel drive; Meuse-Argonne salient; Lt. Colonel, Feb., 1919; discharged Camp Dix, June 1, 1919; 32d degree Mason; Shriner; Elk; Pythian; Methodist.

ABERNETHY, ERNEST HENRY Journalist

        1403 12th ave., Hickory; pres. 1308 Pine st., Philadelphia, Pa.; s. 1919; b. Hickory, Nov. 13, 1899; p. Dr. Henry L. and Fannie O. (Eckard); display adv. staff Philadelphia


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North American Daily Oct., 1922 --; serg. major S. A. T. C., Lenoir col. unit, 1918.

*ABERNETHY, ELVA MAY Teacher

        Chapel Hill; b. Rutherford College. Sept. 20, 1878; d. Advance, Feb. 21, 1903; s. 1900-01.

ABERNETHY, JOHN GRAHAM

        Lenoir; s. p. 1906-07.

ABERNETHY, JOHN GRAHAM Farmer

        Elkin; s. 1900-01; b. Mecklenburg co., May 12, 1880.

ABERNETHY, JOHN TURNER Realtor

        Madison ave., Winston-Salem; s. 1917-20; b. Chapel Hill, Oct. 1, 1899; p. Dr. Eric A. and Laura (Mace); m. Agatha McCorkle, March 21, 1921; with R. J. Reynolds Tob. co., 1920; Imperial Tob. co., Ltd., 1920-23; Atlantic Coast Realty co., 1923-; enlisted Reg. Army 1918; consigned to 78th N. A. Div.; hdq. 303 San. Train; served on Flanders Front near Ypres and Arras, summer 1918; St. Mihiel Front, Sept., 1918; Argonne Front Sept. to Nov., 1918; promoted to sergeant; went to officers training camp at Lauges, France; discharged March 26, 1919; Methodist Episcopal.

ABERNETHY, LEROY FRANKLIN Banker

        1335 13th ave., Hickory; A.B. 1906; B.A., N. C. State 1901-05; b. Hickory, Sept. 27, 1885; p. J. F. and Mary Alice (Whitener); m. Rhea DeHart Sourbeer, Nov. 20, 1910; 1905 football team; partner Abernethy Hdw. co., 1907-1918; cashier Consolidated Trust co., 1918-; vice-pres., 1924-; 1st pres. Hickory Kiwanis Club; director Chamber of Commerce; dem. nominee general assembly, 1918; sec. Hickory Red Cross during war; captain 33 co. N. C. Reserve Militia during World War; Reformed Church.

ABERNETHY, LONNIE LEE Electrician

        20 Grove st., Charlotte; s. 1910-14; b. Charlotte, Aug. 9, 1888; p. Richard Blythe and Susan Laura (Horry); m. Gertrude Warley, Feb. 14, 1919; varsity football; employee Sou. Power co., main'nce dept., 1914-; Mason; Presbyterian.

ABERNETHY, MAX DUDLEY Corporation Clerk

        306 Park drive, Raleigh; s. 1915-16; b. Mt. Holly, Feb. 11, 1893; p. W. C. and Martha E. (Smith); m. Elizabeth Hill, Mar. 19, 1921; city editor Gastonia Gazette; reportorial work Raleigh Times; capital correspondent state papers 1920-22; managing editor Greensboro Daily Record, 1922-23; corporation clerk N. C. Sec. of State 1923-; co. "A" 115th Machine Gun Bat.; Air Service, U. S. Army 1917-19; Pythian; Methodist.

ABERNETHY, OSCAR MARVIN

        Charlotte; LL. B. 1924; b. Nov., 1899; p. Dr. J. E. and -- --; Methodist.

*ABERNETHY, RICHARD BLYTH, JR.

        Charlotte; b. Apr. 16. 1890; d. Dec. 10, 1913; s. 1911-13; Presbyterian.

*ABNY, JOEL RICHARD

        Greenwood, S. C.; s. 1914.

ABRAMOWITZ, JACOB BERNARD

        2912 Linwood bldg., Kansas City, Mo.; A. B. 1924; b. Wilmington, Feb. 24, 1903; p. Saul and Fannie (Kabalsen); Jewish.

ABSHER, DARIUS CLEVELAND U. S. A.

        Care Adjutant-General U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.; s. 1904, 1906; M.D. Univ. of Md., 1909; g. s. N. Y. Med. sch. and hosp., 1910; b. Ashe co., Dec. 18, 1882; p-Mark and Julia E. (McNeill); (name originally spelled Abshire); m. Bethania Ashby, Oct. 27, 1909; practiced medicine at N. Wilkesboro and Mt. Airy until 1913; municipal health officer, Mt. Airy; field director hookworm commission, state board of health; established model rural health communities in Robeson and Scotland counties; health officer for Vance co. and city of Henderson 1915-17; International Health Board of Rockefeller Foundation in Arkansas as field director of sanitation; public school teacher Ashe co., 1903-06; chmn. section on public health and education. Medical Society of N. C., 1917; vice-pres. N. C. Health Officers' asso. 1917; pres. 1918; author. The Means by which Diseases are Spread; A County Method of Handling Tuberculosis, read before Southern Medical asso., Atlanta, 1916; Life Extension Work, read before N. C. Health Officers' asso. 1917; The Soil Pollution Diseases and Their Control, read before Arkansas Health Officers Asso. 1917; commissioned 1st lieut. Med. Reserve Corp, April 1917; trained Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga.; stationed Camp Bowie Texas, Camp Greene, N. C., Camp Eustis, Va.; a year after the armistice with A. E. F. in Siberia; discharged March 1, 1920; promoted to capt. in May. 1918, to major in Oct., 1918; entered Reg. Army Dec. 1, 1920, with rank of major; Baptist.

*ADAMS, BENJAMIN BLAKE Farmer

        Milledgeville, Ga.; b. Sept. 7, 1847; s. 1859-61; A. B. 1911 as of 1863; 1st lieut. Morgan's Cavalry, C. S. A.

ADAMS, CHARLES PERONNEAU

        Waynesville; s. m. 1905-06; b. 1888.

ADAMS, CLARENCE LEONIDAS Realtor

        Care Parker-Hunter Realty co., Raleigh; s. 1914-15.

ADAMS, CHARLES WYATT Drug Clerk

        Care Fairfax Phar., Miami, Fla.; s. p. 1919-20; p. S. L. and Virginia C. (Coley); m. Margaret E. Mawhinnly, Sept 4, 1923.

ADAMS, EDWARD CLARENCE Druggist

        615 South York st., Gastonia; s. p. 1906; b. Clover, S. C., Sept. 26, 1888; p. W. E. and Sarah J. (Campbell); m. Alice H. Poole July 3, 1918; mgr. store J. H. Kennedy


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& co., druggists; promoted 1st cl. serg. Aug., 1918; nine months in France as druggist. Base hosp. No. 81; discharged June, 1919: Presbyterian.

ADAMS, EDGAR EUGENE

        Rutherfordton; Ph. G. 1924; b. May 21, 1901; p. Rev. M. W. and Florence (Baugh); Phi Delta Phi; Baptist.

ADAMS, FRANKLIN LEVERNE

        Rowland; s. 1921-22; b. Rowland, June 29, 1903; p. S. L. and -- --.

ADAMS, HENRY BETHUNE, JR. Lawyer

        Monroe; pres. Waxhaw; s. l. 1904; A.B. 1904 Trinity col.; b. Nov. 29, 1880.

ADAMS, JAMES ERVIN

        429 Lackey st., Hamlet; B. S. 1924; b. Camden, S. C., Oct. 1, 1902; p. Romelans Marion and Annie (Graham); Kappa Pi; Baptist.

ADAMS, JUNIUS GREENE Lawyer

        15 Church st., Asheville; summer law 1906; b. Statesville, Feb. 2, 1884; p. Judge Joseph S. and Sallie (Green); m. Helen Barber, Nov. 6, 1907; judge police ct. of Asheville 1910-1914; present mem. Merriman. Adams & Johnston, atty's; pres. Nat. Bank of Commerce of Asheville, and Commerce Union Trust co.; Major J. A. G. Dept. 1918-1919; exec. sec. U. S. liquidation commission 1919; special commission for liquidation 3rd Army, 1919; Mason; Pythian; Episcopalian.

*ADAMS, JOSEPH HENRY

        Augusta, Ga.; b. 1843; killed Santa Rosa Island, Fla., Oct. 9, 1861; s. 1860-61; A. B. 1911 as of 1864; sergt. C. S. A.

*ADAMS, JAMES M.

        Yorkville, S. C.; b. 1841; s. 1859-62; A. B. 1911 as of 1862; C. S. A.

ADAMS, JOHN SNEED Lawyer

        Asheville; s. l. 1904; b. Bakersville, Mar. 27, 1879; p. Jas. S. and Sallie S. (Green); m. Hattie Hunter Etheridge, Jan 14, 1908.

ADAMS, LACY E.

        Gastonia; s. 1917-18.

*ADAMS, NATHANIEL

        Wilmington; s. 1801.

*ADAMS, PETER HENRY

        Greensboro; b. Nov. 30, 1845; s. 1861-65; pres. Union Telephone & Telegraph co.; Scout C. S. A.

*ADAMS, ROBERT B. Planter

        Yorkville, S. C.; b. Jan. 20, 1840; A. B. 1860; Planter; capt. C. S. A.

ADAMS, RAYFORD KENNEDY Physician

        Dix Hill, Raleigh; s. 1907-08, 1909-10; Trinity col. 1904-07; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1912; b. Monroe, Feb. 22, 1886; p. Henry B. and Fannie (Person); m. Mary Belle King, Nov. 2, 1918; Sigma Nu; Phi Chi; Theta Nu Epsilon (Jefferson); resident physician Mercer hosp., Trenton, N. J.; mem. staff N. J. State Village for Epileptics, Skillman, N. J.; at present first asst. physician. State Hospital. Raleigh; mem. Wake co. Med. Soc. and N. C. State Med Soc.; Methodist.

ADAMS, RAYMOND WILLIAM Teacher

        620 S. Liberty st., Elgin. Ill.; pres. Chapel Hill; M. A. 1921; A. B. Beloit col.; b. Elgin, Ill., May 7, 1898; p. Alfred Franklin and Etta (Fisk); teaching Fellow in English. U. N. C., 1921-22; inst. in English, 1922-; S. A. T. C., 1918; Methodist Episcopal.

ADAMS, SAMUEL BURTON Insurance

        622 N. 6th st., Little Rock, Ark.; s. 1864-65.

ADAMS, STONEWALL JACKSON Accountant

        Raleigh; A. B. 1900; s. l. 1902-03; b. Raleigh, July 4, 1880.

ADAMS, THADDEUS AWASAW Lawyer

        Law bldg., Charlotte; Ph. B. 1902; s. l. 1902-03; b. Wilson co., Dec. 4, 1877; p. James H. and Elizabeth (Parker); m. Emma Ford. Nov. 18, 1908; Phi. Soc.; taught school; practicing law Charlotte since Mar., 1905; dem. elector 1920 presidential campaign; Presbyterian.

*ADAMS, WILLIAM Lawyer

        Greensboro; b. Feb. 18, 1836; killed in battle at Sharpsburg, Sept. 17, 1862; A. B. 1858; lawyer; capt. 27th N. C. inf. C. S. A.

ADAMS, WILBUR COLE

        Conway, S. C.; s. p. 1913; b. Rowland, Aug. 26, 1894; p. S. L. and -- --.

*ADAMS, WILLIAM GALES Realtor

        From Iredell co.; Nashville, Tenn.; b. Apr. 29, 1858; d. Aug. 4, 1922; m. Lillian Gorden, Nov. 21, 1892; m. Mrs. Edith Cheatham, Apr. 22, 1904; s. 1878-82; teacher 10 yrs.; ry. service; dist. pass. agt.; insurance and real estate; Presbyterian.

*ADAMS, WILLIAM HENRY

        Durham; b. Jan. 14, 1900; d. Aug 5, 1918; s. 1916.

†ADAMS, WALTER JARVIS

        Fayetteville; s. 1913-14; b. Holly Springs, Aug. 26, 1887; p. David T. and -- --.

ADAMS, WILLIAM JACKSON Jurist

        Carthage; A. B. 1881; s. l. 1882-83; LL. D. 1924; b. Rockingham, Jan. 27, 1860; p. Rev. S. D. and Mary (Jackson); m. Florence Wall; N. C. Gen. Assembly 1893; N. C. Sen. 1895; sup'r ct. judge 1908-21; assoc. Justice supr. ct., 1921-; Methodist.


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‡ADAMS, WALKER MITCHELL

        Statesville; s. 1916-17; b. Statesville, Sept. 25, 1896; p. Mrs. J. M. Adams; 2nd lieut. C. A. C. Training sch., Ft. Monroe, Va.

†ADAMS, WILLIAM WITHERS Lawyer

        Petersburg, Va.; A. B. 1866; C. S. A.

ADCOCK, DAVID FILLMORE

        R. F. D. 5, Oxford; s. 1922-23; b. Creedmoor, Nov. 25, 1902; p. M. F. and Lucy Cordis (Lawrence); Baptist.

ADDERTON, JAMES Banker

        Lexington; s. 1893-1895; b. Lexington, July 17, 1876; p. Richard Stokes and Martha A. (Adderton); m. Mary Bell, Dec. 22, 1887; Phi Gamma Delta; Di Soc.; hardware merchant; banker; justice of the peace; Presbyterian.

ADER, OTTIS LADEAU

        R.F.D. 3, Advance; s. 1919-20; b. Advance Feb. 2, 1899; p. D. E. and -- --.

ADERHOLDT, DAVID WILLIAM Manufacturer

        Henry River; s. 1886-87; b. Gaston co., May 14, 1867; p. John A. F. and Barbara S. A. (Crouse); m. Vivian Mauney, Jan. 3, 1892; mercantile bus. 1889-1902; cotton manufacturing 1902-; mem. board of trustees Lenoir col.; pres. board since 1920; Lutheran.

ADERHOLDT, JUNIUS ERNEST Clerk

        Kings Mountain; s. 1900-02; Lenoir col.; b. Gaston co., Nov. 2, 1881; p. John Abraham and Barbara (Crouse); m. Mayme Crouse, Apr. 7, 1903; clerk Bonnie Cotton Mill Store; Lutheran.

ADERHOLDT, VICTOR VARD

        Crouse; pres. Lenoir-Rhyne col., Hickory; A.M. 1923; A.B. Lenoir col., 1915; b. Gaston co., May 21, 1891; p. John F. and Susan (Baker).

*ADICKES, HENNING FREDERICK, JR.

        Asheville; s. 1898-99.

ADNEY, EDWIN TAPPAN Educator

        364 Dorchester st., West, Montreal, Canada; s. 1881-82; Trinity col., N. Y.; b. Athens, Ohio, July 13, 1863; p. William Harvey Glen and Clemintine Ruth (Shaw); m. Minnie Belle Sharpe, Sept. 12, 1899; staff Harper and Brothers, 1890-1900; Harper's Weekly; Collier's Weekly, Nome mining excitement 1900; artist, writer for various magazines; joint author, Harper's Outdoor Book for Boys; articles in Outing Magazine; supervisor vocational training, St. Anne's Military hosp., Montreal; illustrator. Chapman's Handbook of Birds of E. North America; scientific drawings, bulletins, Amer. Mus. Nat. Hist., N. Y.; Milicete Indian Natural History Names, Linnean Soc. N. Y.; since war, specializing medieval decoration chiefly heraldic; 1st lieut. Canadian Engineers 1916-19; Espicopalian.

AHERN, ANGELA BEATRICE

        (See Saybolt, Mrs. William Frederick).

AHERN, KATHERINE CECILIA

        192 Farmington ave., Hartford. Conn.; A. M. 1899; A. B. Smith col. 1898; p. James and Mary J. S.; mem. Women's Univ. Club, N. Y. City and Lyceum Club, London, England.

AHRENS, ADOLPH GEORGE Farmer

        802 Market st., Washington; s. 1899-1900; Ph. G. 1902: b. Wilmington, June 30, 1881; p. B. H. J. and Adelbert (Harr); m. Lillian Grant Davis, Nov. 1, 1910; retail druggist 3 years; wholesale druggist 10 years; truck farmer 10 yrs: Lutheran.

‡AIBARA, KAZUO

        1418 Nagatsuta, Tanamura, Japan; A. M. 1920; A. B. Waseda univ.

AIKEN, JESSIE BUXTON Insurance

        Rocky Mount; s. 1916; Trinity col. grad. 1909; b. Feb. 17, 1882; p. Rufus J. and Lenore (Marshall); m. Cornelia Brick-house Jenkins, 1909; teacher.

AIKEN, JOHN WILL Lawyer

        1200 15th ave., Hickory; s. 1915-16; Lenoir col.; A. B. Wake Forest col., 1915; b. Hickory, Dec. 3, 1895; p. Joseph Henry and Martha E. (Robinson); Pi Kappa Alpha; lawyer; mem. firm Self, Bagby, and Aiken; N. C. Cavalry Mexican border service 1916-17; 1st lieut. Air Service. Spad Escadrille, 85 French army, and 3rd Pursuit Group A. E. F. 1917-19; German Reformed.

*ALBERTSON, ROBERT BROOKE Jurist

        Raleigh; Seattle, Wash.; b. Dec. 21, 1859; d. Sept. 4, 1917; Ph. B. 1881; s. l. 1882-83; lawyer; city atty., Seattle, 1889-91; mem. house of rep., Washington, 1895 and 1901; speaker, house of rep., Washington 1911; dist. judge; asso. judge supr. ct., Wash., 1903; sup'r ct. judge, Washington.

ALBRIGHT, CHARLES ALEXANDER Contractor and Farmer

        R. F. D. 1, Haw River; s. 1902-1903; b. Alamance co., Aug. 30, 1877; p. J. T. and Mary E. (Patton); m. Lissie Blanch Brown, Dec. 23, 1906; football team; Presbyterian.

‡ALBRIGHT, JAMES ALEXANDER Physician

        Somerville, Tex; s. 1877-78; M. D. Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Baltimore, Md., 1882; b. Graham, Jan. 14, 1861; sec. and exec. officer Tenn. state board of health, 1897.

‡ALBRIGHT, JOHN EDWIN

        1401 E. 21st St., Winston-Salem; s. 1921-22; b. Winston-Salem, Apr. 8, 1903; p. Mrs. Lena Albright.


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ALBRITTON, JAMES ASHBY Lawyer

        Snow Hill; s. 1899-92; b. Snow Hill, Dec. 17, 1869; p. James Henry and Mary Ann (Sugg): Greene co., supt. schools; N. C. bar ass'n; mayor Snow Hill; atty. Green co., 1898-; solicitor ibid., 1916-17; Mason; Pythian.

ALBRITTON, THEODORE L.

        Snow Hill; s. 1922-23; b. May 2, 1902.

ALDERMAN, EDWIN ANDERSON Educator

        Charlottesville, Va.; Ph. B. 1882; LL. D. 1906; D. C. L. Univ. of South, 1896; LL. D. from following: Tulane, 1898; Johns Hopkins, 1902; Columbia, 1905; Yale, 1905; Williams col., 1908; Harvard 1909; Dartmouth, 1909; Univ. of Pa., 1911; Col. of William and Mary. 1922; b. Wilmington, May 15, 1861; p. James and Susan (Anderson); m. Emma Graves, 1886; m. Bessie Green Hearn, Feb. 11, 1904; Phi Kappa Sigma; Phi Beta Kappa; supt. of schools, Goldsboro, and asst. supt. of educ. N. C. 1882-92; prof. of hist., N. C. Col. for Women, 1892; prof. of educ. U. N. C., 1893-96; pres. U. N. C., 1896-1900; pres. Tulane univ., 1900-04; pres. Univ. of Va., 1904-; Gen. Educ. bd.; author: Life of William Hooper; Life of J. L. M. Curry; Obligations and Opportunities of Scholarship; Southern Idealism; The Spirit of the South; Sectionalism and Nationality; The Growing South; Virginia, A Tribute; Can Democracy Be Organized?; Functions and Needs of Schools of Education in Universities and Colleges; Presbyterian.

ALDERMAN, ERNEST HAMLIN Physician

        Care Eastern State hosp., Williamsburg, Va.; A.B. 1913; M.D. Univ. of Va. 1921; b. Greensboro, Oct. 5, 1891; m. Ruby Burton Sept. 2, 1922.

*ALDERMAN, HARRIS PERCY

        Wilmington; b. Wilmington, Mar. 8, 1894; d. Feb. 3, 1922; s. 1913-14; Univ. of Cincinnati, 1920-22; Delta Tau Delta; insurance bus., Cincinnati, O.; N. C. Nat. Guard on Mexican border, tr. Reg. Army, pilot in aviation corps; reached France June 20, 1918, with 17th U. S. squadron; wounded over Ostend Aug. 12.

ALDERMAN, JACOB LEROY Druggist

        Chapel Hill; s. p. 1921-23; Wake Forest col., 1913-15; b. Edenton, Nov. 29, 1897; p. Rev. J. O. and Mary Matilda (Jackson); m. Mary Elizabeth Goodwin; Phi Delta Chi; mgr. Sutton & Alderman Drug co., Chapel Hill, 1923-.

ALDERMAN, WALTER WILLIAM

        Wilard; s. 1877-79; b. Pender co.; N. C. Gen. Assem., 1911.

ALDERMAN, WILLIAM COLIN Farmer and Stockman

        1712 Bowie st., Vernon, Tex.; s. 1879-82; b. Cumberland co., Dec. 20, 1858; p. William and Annie Purviance (Jackson); m. Ila Broadford, July, 1906; Presbyterian.

*ALDERMAN, WILLIAM F. Teacher

        From New Hanover co.; Greensboro; b. Jan. 8, 1833; d. June 9, 1911; m. Anna Maria Love, Feb. 1, 1857; A.B. 1856; Randolph-Macon col.; teacher; prof. of math. at Greensboro Female col. (now G. C. W.); ibid. Spartanburg, (S. C.) col.; Louisburg Female col., 1866-70; conductor private sch. in Bladen co., 1870-73; ibid., Greensboro col., 1873-92; Methodist.

*ALEXANDER, CYRUS ADAMSON Physician

        Mecklenburg co.; b. Mecklenburg co., May 12, 1799; m. Erixene Morrison, Feb. 19, 1824; m. Margaret Clarinda Houston, Jan. 19, 1861; A. B. 1820; Presbyterian.

ALEXANDER, CLAYTON BROWN

        Matthews; A. M. 1922; A. B. Davidson col., 1919; b. Matthews, Aug. 28, 1889; p. Marcellus Almerine and Cora (Brown); Presbyterian.

*ALEXANDER, CHARLES EATON Planter

        Boydton, Va.; b. 1805; d. 1827; A. B. 1825.

ALEXANDER, CHARLES TAYLOR Teacher

        From Rutherford co., pres. care Hotel Virginia, Bristol. Va.; s. 1880-84; b. 1863; prin. McKinney Inst., McKinney, Texas; supt. schools; with Silver, Burdett & co., New York City.

*ALEXANDER, CHARLES WILSON HARRIS

        Mecklenburg co.; A. B. 1827.

ALEXANDER, EBEN Physician

        531 S. Gay st., Knoxville, Tenn.; A. B. 1901; s. m. 1901-02; M. D. Jefferson Med. col., 1904; Mt. Sinai hosp., N. Y. City, 1905-08; b. Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 1, 1879; p. Dr. Eben and Marion Howard (Smith); m. Elizabeth MacMath, Oct. 6, 1909; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gimghoul; Rotarian; Y. M. C. A.; Associated Charities; Presbyterian.

*ALEXANDER, EDMUND

        Plymouth; b. July 2, 1855; d. May 4; s. l. 1885-86; teacher; prin. Plymouth H. S.; merchant; lawyer; capt. Roanoke guards.

‡ALEXANDER, EDWARD J.

        Asheville; pres. New York, N. Y.; s. 1919-23.

*ALEXANDER, ELAM Minister

        Mecklenburg co.; A. B. 1825; Presbyterian.

ALEXANDER, EMORY GRAHAM Surgeon

        1701 Spruce st., Philadelphia, Pa.; s. 1898-1902; M. D. Jefferson Med. col., 1904; b. Charlotte, Oct. 1, 1880; p. Sydenbam B. and Emma (Nicholson); m. Jarriet Deaver, Feb. 17, 1920; Pi Sigma; Tau Nu Epsilon; Sigma Nu; Gorgon's Head; asst. prof. surgery Univ. of Pa.; surgeon to a number of hospitals in Philadelphia; acad. of Surgery; Col. of Physicians of Philadelphia, co. Med. Soc.; American Med. Assn.; Med. Soc. State of


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Pa.; Phila. Clinical Society; author, a number of papers on surgical subjects; lieut. col. M. C., U. S. A., A. E. F. with base hosp. No. 34; Presbyterian.

‡ALEXANDER, HOWELL CALHOUN

        Greensboro; s. l. 1911-12.

ALEXANDER, JOSEPH ELI Lawyer

        1120 W. 4th St., Winston-Salem; Ph. B. 1895, magna cum laude; b. near Columbia, Tyrrell co., Sept. 6, 1874; p. Dr. Abner and Isadora (Spruill); m. Edith Kincaid Butler, Feb. 15th. 1905; m. Lilla M. Young, Aug. 26, 1916; Phi Soc.; lawyer 1896-97; sec. to gov. 1897-98; practicing atty. 1898; atty. for Forsyth co.; Winston-Salem, 1911-1913; chmn. com. of board of trade devising plan for consolidating Winston and Salem; military sec. to gov. with rank of major 1897-98; aide-de-camp to gov. with rank of col. 1899-1900; Presbyterian.

*ALEXANDER, JOHN HOWARD

        Chapel Hill; b. Jan. 2, 1882; d. Nov. 24, 1899; s. 1898-99.

*ALEXANDER, JOSEPH L. H.

        Charlotte; s. 1847-49.

ALEXANDER, JAMES MOFFATT Student

        Mulberry st., Statesville; s. a. 1919-21; s. m. 1921-23; Davidson col., 1918-19; Georgetown Med. col. 1923; b. Statesville, Sept. 9, 1900; p. Moffatt Pressley and Nancy (Walker); Delta Sigma Phi; Kappa Psi; S. A. T. C. Davidson col. 1918; A. R. P.

ALEXANDER, JULIA MCGEHEE Lawyer

        205 Kinney bldg., Charlotte; s. l. 1913-1914; grad. acad. dept. Mary Baldwin Sem., Staunton, Va.; s. l. U. of Mich. 1913; b. Mecklenburg co.; p. Capt. S. B. and Emma Pauline (Nicholson); vice-pres. N. C. branch Nat. Women Lawyers' Assn.; nom. for house of rep. June 1924; vice-pres. N. C. bar assn.; author Charlotte in Picture and Prose, and Mothers of Great Men; Presbyterian.

*ALEXANDER, JUNIUS MONTROSE Planter

        Mecklenburg co.; b. Mecklenburg co., Apr. 18, 1826; d. July 14, 1855; s. 1846-47; Presbyterian.

ALEXANDER, JAMES RAMSEY

        307 10th ave., Charlotte; A.B. 1924; b. Feb. 5, 1902; p. Dr. J. R. and -- --; Presbyterian.

ALEXANDER, JOHN WILSON Broker

        106 1-2 Kennedy place, Spartanburg, S. C.; s. 1884-87; p. Amzi Wallace and Martha (Wilson); m. Nora Watkins, July 30, 1903; real estate broker.

*ALEXANDER, LAWSON HENDERSON

        Lincoln co.; A. B. 1816; N. C. gen. assembly.

ALEXANDER, LYNDALL VAUGHN Hotel Manager

        Ottaray hotel, Greenville, S. C.; pres. Hotel Alexander, Centerville, Md.; s. 1919-21; b. Asheville, Dec. 21, 1899; p. James L. and Florence (Mason); Sigma Alpha Epsilon; hotel business at Greenville, S. C., and Centerville, Md.; at present mgr. Hotel Alexander, Centerville, Md.; Episcopalian.

*ALEXANDER, MARK Planter

        Boydton, Va.; b. 1792; d. July 6, 1883; A. B. 1811; Va. gen. assem.; mem. Va. convention 1829-30; rep. in Congress from Va., 1819-33.

ALEXANDER, MAXIE MILLER

        815 Connecticut ave., Washington, D. C.; s. 1917-20; A. B. George Washington univ. 1922; b. Creswell, Apr. 23, 1900.

‡ALEXANDER, MILTON T.

        Creswell; s. l. 1912-13; b. Creswell, 1888; p. Mrs. Hattie E. Spruill.

*ALEXANDER, NATHANIEL WASHINGTON Lawyer

        From Mecklenburg co.; Salisbury; A.B. 1821.

ALEXANDER, ODOM Realtor

        509 Central ave., Charlotte; s. 1907-12; A. B. 1911; b. Charlotte, Oct. 17, 1890; p. Dr. Chas. L. and Sue Arrington (Odom); m. Bennetta Heath, Nov. 22, 1922; track team; Di Soc.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; mem. Charlotte real estate bd.; N. C. Real Estate assn. and nat. assn. of real estate bds.; chmn. city planning com. instrumental in widening Charlotte streets; pvt. Camp Jackson; discharged fall of 1917 on account of operation on leg; with U. S. Dept. of Justice balance of war (secret service work); Episcopalian.

ALEXANDER, ROBERT GLENN

        Statesville; s. 1918-19; b. Statesville, May 7, 1899; p. J. R. and -- --.

*ALEXANDER, RICHARD HENDERSON

        Mecklenburg co.; A. B. 1817.

ALEXANDER, SAMUEL ALLEN Physician

        The Rochambeau, Washington, D. C.; s. m. 1909-11; M. D. Univ. of Md., 1913; b. Creswell, Feb. 10, 1891; p. M. M. and Sadie (Woodley); Kappa Psi; Alpha Tau Omega; 1st lieut. Med. Corps, U. S. A., 1917-18.

*ALEXANDER, SYDENHAM BENONI Farmer

        Charlotte; b. Mecklenburg co., Dec. 8, 1840; d. June 14, 1921; m. Emma Pauline Nicholson, June, 1872; m. Louise Perry; A.B. 1860; pvt.-lieut.-capt. C. S. A.; insp. Gen. Hoke's div.; pres. N. C. ry.; N. C. senate, 1879-; U. S. Congress 1891-95.


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ALEXANDER, SAMUEL MIDGET

        From Creswell; Scotland Neck; s. 1880-81.

ALEXANDER, THOMAS WILLIS Attorney

        104 Law bldg., Charlotte; s. l. 1898-99; A. & E. col.; B. L. Columbia univ.; b. Mecklenburg co., March 27, 1879; p. Sydenham Benoni and Emma Pauline (Nicholson); m. Alice Winston Spruill, Nov. 18, 1908; Sigma Nu; Presbyterian.

ALEXANDER, UHLMAN SEYMOUR Teacher

        12 West Hill st., Charlotte; s. l. 1920; Univ. of Paris, France; Davidson col. A. B. 1915; b. Nov. 14, 1894; p. J. H. and Mamie O.; Sigma Upsilon; lawyer 1 yr.; teacher Charlotte H. S. 4 yrs.; prin. first ward grammer sch., Charlotte; Presbyterian; Mason.

‡ALEXANDER, WILLIAM ALLEN

        Creswell; s. 1918.

*ALEXANDER, WILLIAM J.

        Plymouth; s. 1815.

*ALEXANDER, WILLIAM JULIUS

        Mecklenburg co.; b. 1797; A. B. 1816; lawyer; merchant; N. C. house of c., 1826-30, 1833-34; speaker, ibid., 1829-30; N. C. solicitor; trustee U. N. C. 1827-56.

*ALEXANDER, WILLIAM LEE

        From McDowell co.; Texas; b. May 21, 1833; d. 1875; A.B. 1854; civ. eng.; lawyer; capt., C. S. A.

ALEXANDER, WILLIAM ROSS

        224 N. Tryon st., Charlotte; s. 1914-17; b. Walla Walla, Wash., July 28, 1896; p. William Henry and Katherine Ethel (Hoon); m. Mary Esther Edwards, Sept. 27, 1917; with Dowling Motor co., Charlotte, 1919; now parts mgr.; enlisted Apr. 12, 1917 troop "A," N. C. N. G. cavalry, Lincolnton; in Fed. Service made into 30th mil. police co.; in France as corp. 1918-19; gassed; discharged Nov. 14, 1923; A. R. P.

†ALEXANDER, WILLIE TRIMIGAN

        Creswell; s. 1910-12; b. Creswell, April 8, 1891; p. Alfred and -- --.

ALFORD, GREEN HAYWOOD

        Holly Springs; s. 1900-01; b. Holly Springs, Oct. 9, 1882; p. George Benton and Charlotte Ann (Olive); m. Elizabeth Gertrude Pollard, Oct. 9, 1907; clerk in father's store, Angier, 1901-03; timekeeper Durham & Sou. ry., 1903; lumberman 1904; partner in bottling plant and ice plant, Sylvester, Ga., 1904-09; lumbering, farming, cotton ginning and merchandising at present; Royal Arcanum.

ALFORD, WILEY N. Bookkeeper

        Rowland; s. 1910; b. Rowland, June 7, 1891; p. Wiley C. and Rhoda E. (Bullock); Presbyterian; Mason; Pythian.

ALFORD, WILLIAM L.

        Randolph co.; A. B. 1861. b. Randolph co., Aug. 18, 1839.

ALLARD, HARRY ARDELL Physiologist

        Care Tobacco Investigation, U. S. Dept. of Agr., Washington, D. C.; pres. 219 Fort ave., Clarendon, Va.; s. 1900-05, B.S.; b. Oxford, Mass, Jan. 28, 1880; p. Edmund Burke and Susan (Throp); m. Eva A. Howard, May 13, 1906; cashier Nat. Biscuit co., N. Adams. Mass., 1905-06; with U. S. Dept. of Agr. 1906-; author various papers on tob. and plant nutrition investigations published by bureau of plant industry, U. S. Dept. of Agr.

*ALLEN, ALBERT VINE Lawyer

        New Bern; b. 1807; d. 1829; A. B. 1825.

*ALLEN ALVIS WALDO Lawyer

        From Granville co.; Oxford; b. Sept. 15, 1859; d. Sept. 29, 1887; Ph.B. 1882.

ALLEN, ARCH TURNER Educator

        526 Halifax st., Raleigh; Ph.B. 1897; Columbia univ.; b. Hiddenite, Jan. 10, 1875; p. G. J. and Mary Elizabeth (Campbell); m. Claribel McDowell, June 19, 1909; Di Soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; prin. Statesville pub. schools 1897-1904; ibid. Washington pub. schools 1904-05; ibid., Dilworth pub. schools 1905-07; supt. Graham City schools, 1907-10; ibid., Salisbury city schools 1910-17; mem. N. C. state bd. examiners 1917-19; sec. ibid., 1919-21; state dir. teachers training 1921-23; state supt. pub. instr. 1923-; pres. N. C. teachers' assem. 1917; Methodist.

ALLEN, CARLOS MATTHEW Soldier

        46th Squadron, Brook's Field, San Antonio, Tex.; s. 1920-21; Wake Forest col. 1918-20; b. Tar Heel, Feb. 20, 1898; p. John Elbert and Neva (Hair); Phi Soc.; teacher 1922; air service. U. S. A. 1923-; S. A. T. C. Wake Forest col. 1918; Baptist.

ALLEN, CARY WALTER, JR. Bookkeeper

        Sylva; s. 1917-18; b. Sylva, Dec. 10, 1900; p. Cary Walter and Anna D. (Allen); employed at govt. ammunition plant in Va. during 1918; in Ore. and Cal. 1919; connected with Retail Credit co., Atlanta, Ga., 1920-21; with Sylva Tanning co., 1921-; Methodist.

‡ALLEN, CLAUDE

        Greensboro; s. 1901-02.

‡ALLEN, CLEOPHAS Merchant

        Lafollette, Tenn.; s. 1897-98; b. Franklinton, Sept. 23, 1869; contractor 1902; merchant 1903.

ALLEN, CONNER MIDDLETON Realtor

        Care Allen Bros., Raleigh; s. a. 1908-11; s. l. 1911-12; Wake Forest col.; b. Kinston, Aug. 21, 1891.


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ALLEN, DAISY BURROWS

        (See Brinkley, Mrs. L. L.)

*ALLEN, DAVID CHARLES

        Brunswick co.; d. April 2, 1903; s. 1855-57; lawyer; planter; mem. house of commons 1866, 1899 and 1901; col., C. S. A.

ALLEN, DURHAM EDWARD Student

        Clarkton; pres. State col. Station, Raeigh; s. 1919-20; N. C. State col.; b. Charlotte, Mar. 2, 1900; p. W. E. and Julia (Cain); asst. engr. N. C. state highway comm., at State col. power plant 1923-24; Baptist.

*ALLEN, EDWARD L.

        Fayetteville, Tenn.; b. Feb. 24, 1836; d. 1877; A. B. 1858; C. S. A.

*ALLEN, ETHAN ARCHIBALD

        From Newton Grove; Perry, Okla.; b. Newton Grove, Feb. 1, 1863; d. Pawhuska, Okla., Sept. 15, 1909; m. Margaret C. Roads, July 27, 1894; s. l. 1885; lawyer; judge; served two terms as co. judge of Stanton, Tex; two terms as co. judge of Noble co., Okla., 1897-1901; lawyer Perry Okla., 1901-05; cashier Bank of Commerce, Pawhuska, Okla., 1906-09.

ALLEN, EUGENE GERALD

        Louisburg; s. 1920-21; b. Louisburg, June 8, 1903; p. Ivey and -- -- --.

‡ALLEN, FRANK FIELD Attorney

        Care Tidal Oil co., Tulsa, Okla.; M. A. 1917; A. B. Lenoir col. 1916; LL. B. Harvard Law sch. 1920; b. Hickory, Oct. 20, 1896; p. John F. and Claudia (Field); Pi Kappa Alpha; practicing atty. with Murray, Prentice & Aldrich, 37 Wall st., N. Y. C. 1920-21; tax com. for Tidal co., June 1923-; Reformed.

ALLEN, HERBERT EDWIN

        Care Asheville Transfer co., Asheville; s. 1912-13; p. Herbert C. and -- -- --; m. Jean McDonald, Mar. 8, 1919; with Asheville Transfer co., 1913-.

ALLEN, JERRY HARRISON Public Welfare Supt.

        33 N. Main st., Reidsville; A. B. 1909; A.M. Columbia 1915; b. Alamance co., Nov. 10, 1881; p. Oliver Newton and Nancy Jane (Holt); m. Iona Elizabeth Lewis, June 16, 1910; teacher 1909-1919; supt. pub. welfare Rockingham co. 1919-23; Rotarian; hq. co. 120th inf., N. C. N. G., Reidsville, 1921-; 1st sergt.; Junior; Pythian.

*ALLEN, JOHN Physician

        Pitt co.; s. 1810.

ALLEN, JOSEPH THOMAS Lawyer

        Gibsonville; s. 1919-23; p. John S. and Margaret; U. S. A. and A. E. F. 1917-19.

ALLEN, JULIA

        (See Green, Mrs. Benj. Franklin).

ALLEN, LESLIE LYLE Cotton Merchant

        701 Connecticut ave., Spartanburg, S. C.; s. 1898; B. E., A. & M., 1900; Geo. Washington univ. 1904-06; b. Louisburg, Dec. 14, 1878; p. Joseph John and Annie Blanche (Willcox); m. Sarah Beaufort Sims, June 26, 1912; Kappa Alpha; marine engr., Newport News Shipbuilding & Dry Dock co., 1900-1904; ordinance eng. U. S. Navy, Washington, D. C., Navy Yard, 1904-06; estimating engineer and supt. of cont. for Tenn. Coal, Iron & R. R. co., Ensley, Ala., 1906-08; cotton merchant at Spartanburg since 1908.

ALLEN, MATT HICKS Attorney

        Nash drive. Raleigh; s. 1902-03; s. l. 1906; Trinity col. 1900-02; b. Kenansville, Nov. 29, 1884; p. Judge Oliver H. and Sarah (Moore); m. Charlotte Howard, Sept., 1921; Kappa Sigma; mem. law firm Simmons, Ward & Allen, New Bern, 1906-11; moved to Goldsboro 1911 and formed partnership with Col. John D. Langston, later Langston. Allen & Taylor; pres. Title Guaranty Ins. co., Raleigh; house of rep. N. C. 1915, chmn. jud. com.; senate of N. C. 1917, chmn. Judiciary com.; volunteered 1917; entered 1st O. T. C. Ft. Oglethorpe,Ga.; commissioned capt. F. A. July, 1917; assigned 113th F. A. Camp Sevier, S. C.; commissioned major F. A., Nov. 1917; assigned 31st div. Camp Wheeler, Ga.; transferred to 3rd div. Reg A. at Brest, France, 1918 army of occupation Nov. 16, 1918 to July 1919; lieut. col. O. R. C.; Mason; Odd Fellow; Elk; Junior.

‡ALLEN, MARION LUCAS

        Kingstree, S. C.; s. 1893-94; S. C. Med. col. Ph. G. 1904; b. Florence. Mar. 18, 1876.

*ALLEN NATHANIEL H.

        Leasburg, Caswell co.; s. 1835-36.

*ALLEN, NATHANIEL MOORE

        Chatham co.; s. 1853-56.

ALLEN, REYNOLD TATUM Lawyer

        305 King st., Kinston,; A. B. 1914; s. I. 1915-16; b. Kinston, Jan. 29, 1894; p. Oliver H. and Sarah (Moore); football team 1913-15; Kappa Sigma; began practicing law in office of Col. W. D. Pollock; after his death practiced alone 1918-19; now member of firm of Cowper, Whitaker & Allen; Kiwanian; pres. Hillcrest Golf Club 1922-23; American Legion committeeman 1922; sec. Lenoir co. Dem. organization 1921; enlisted Ft. Oglethorpe, May, 1917; commissioned 2nd lieut. Aug.; 1st lieut. Dec; went overseas June 1918; Meuse-Argonne offensive; champion pistol shot 321st Inf.; discharged July, 1919; Methodist.

ALLEN, RICHARD GREGORY

        St. Paul's; s. 1916-17; b. St. Paul's June 15, 1897; p. Joseph and -- --.


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ALLEN, RISDEN TYLER Lumberman

        703 Ingram park, Albany, Ga.; B. S. 1906; M. S. 1908; A. & M. col., Raleigh; b. Wadesboro, July 12, 1886; p. F. C. and Dora (Bennett); m. Sallie Mae Gibson; Phi Delta Theta; U. S. Soil Survey 6 years; mgr. Lumber Mfg. plant Deveraux, Ga.; mem. Allen Bros. Lumber co., Inc., Albany, Ga.

*ALLEN, ROBERT L. Planter

        Granville co.; b. 1835; killed at Sharpsburg, 1862; s. 1854-56; C. S. A.

ALLEN, ROBERT PURNELL

        Weldon; s. 1920-21; Trinity col.; b. Weldon, Apr. 4, 1899; p. Henry D. and Eliza (Purnell); S. A. T. C., U. N. C., 1918; Mason; Methodist.

ALLEN, ROBERT WILSON Educator

        S. Green st., Wadesboro; s. 1894-95; B. E., A. & M., 1893; b. near Wadesboro, Feb. 7, 1869; p. Geo. W. and Mary (Tanner); m. Jennie Ellington, Dec. 28, 1904; prin. Preston, Md., Academy, 1895-98; prin. Ridgley H. S., Ridgley, Md., 1898-1901; prin. Reidsville H. S. 1901-04; prin. Sanford graded school, 1904-05; supt. Lee co. pub. schools, 1907-11; supt. Monroe city schools 1915-20; supt. Anson co. pub. schools 1920-; welfare officer Anson co., 1921-; chm'n. Red Cross Union co., 1917-19; Pythian; Odd Fellow.

ALLEN, SALLIE Teacher

        A.B. 1922; b. Halifax co., June 27, 1875; p. Nat. and Mattie Priscilla (Harper); prin. and Latin teacher, Roxboro graded sch. 1922-23; Baptist.

ALLEN, SAMUEL NOLAN Postal Clerk

        Asheboro; s. 1920-22; b. Queen, May 2, 1900; p. Samuel Newton and Annettie (Spencer); m. Alta Parks, Aug. 9, 1922; farmer until Aug. 1, 1922; clerk at Asheboro p. o. 1922-; Methodist Protestant.

ALLEN, SIDNEY BROADDUS Insurance

        516 N. Edgeworth st., Greensboro; A. B. 1920; b. Weldon, Apr. 19, 1897; p. Algernon Sidney and Sallie Broaddus (Snead); m. Jessie Wooding Brandt, June 30, 1923; Kappa Alpha; Gimghoul; banking and insurance, 1920-21; insurance with Paul W. Schenck, Greensboro, 1921-23; sec. Fielding L. Fry & co., 1923-; dir. chamber of commerce, 1922; Plattsburg training camp Aug. 1, 1918; 2nd lieut. F. A. Sept. 16, 1918; Camp Taylor, Ky., Sept. 26 to Dec. 14, 1918; discharged Dec. 14, 1918; Baptist.

ALLEN, SILAS LEE

        Hendersonville; s. 1918; Col. of Charleston; b. Jan. 20, 1899; p. Mitchell James and Cynthia (Case); m. Helen Drummond, Dec. 1, 1921; Methodist.

ALLEN, TALBOT MURRAY Lawyer

        111 East Lane st., Raleigh; s. 1902-03; Trinity col. 1900; b. Raleigh, July 1, 1880; p. Charles Skinner and Annie (Murray); m. Lena Lee Latta, June 6, 1907; Sigma Nu; practicing atty. 1903-.

*ALLEN, THOMAS TURNER Lawyer

        Windsor; b. April 19, 1841; killed Malvern Hill (Battle of Gettysburg); A. B. 1861; C. S. A. co. "F," Warren Guards.

*ALLEN, VINE A. Lawyer

        New Bern; b. 1831; d. 1860; A. B. 1853; A. M.

*ALLEN, WALTER N. Lawyer

        From Halifax co.; Jefferson co., Kansas; b. Littleton, Mar. 1, 1834; d. Feb. 5, 1905; m. Jeannetta Walker, Oct. 3, 1859; s. 1855-56; lieut-commander C. S. N. ship Tuscarora; clerk of ct. Jefferson co., Kan., 1863; editor Topeka, Kan., Democrat 1882-1905.

ALLEN, WALTER OTTS Student

        Hendersonville; Ph. G. 1918; Col. of Charleston 1920-22; Med. Col. of S. C., 1922-23; b. Hendersonville, Jan 20, 1898; p. Henry Walter and Nannie May (Otts); Pi Kappa Phi; Kappa Psi; pharmacist 1919-1922; now studying medicine; U. S. Naval Reserve pharmacist's mate; Navy Yard, Norfolk, Va., July 11, to Sept.; U. S. S. Koningin Der Nederlanden Sept. 1, 1918 to May 20, 1919 (transport service); discharged Sept. 1, 1922; Presbyterian.

ALLEN, WILLIAM HENRY Tobacconist

        Greenville; s. 1886-87.

ALLEN, WILLIAM MARION Lawyer

        Elkin; s. 1916-22; b. Siloam, June 28, 1898; p. John Henry and Mary (Castevens); bookkeeper dist. office state highway com. 1921-22; practicing atty. 1922-; entered aviation sect. U. S. A. as cadet, discharged Nov. 29, 1918, as 2nd lieut.; stationed in Texas and Ala.; Methodist Episcopal.

ALLEN, WILLIAM MARSHALL

        Care Dept. of Agr. Raleigh; s. 1889-93; M.S. Emory univ. 1898; b. Anson co., Jan. 22, 1869; asst. N. C. state chemist 1893-97 and 1899-; ibid., Ga., 1898-99.

ALLEN, WILLIAM REYNOLDS, JR. Lawyer

        Goldsboro; A. B. 1917; s. l. 1919-20; b. Goldsboro, Dec. 7, 1895; p. William Reynolds and Mattie (Moore).

*ALLEN, WILLIAM T. Planter

        From Oxford; Florence, S. C.; b. 1839; s. 1856-58; lieut., C. S. A.

*ALLEN, WILLIAM WILSON Pharmacist

        Hendersonville; b. Horse Shoe, Feb 28, 1891; d. Dec. 17, 1918; m. Irma L. Justus, Nov. 23, 1916; Ph. G. 1915; s. p. 1913-15; asst. in lab 1914-15; pres. William Simpson Pharmaceutical Soc.; permanent sec. of class; Kappa Psi; pharmacist Hunter's Pharmacy, Hendersonville, 1915-18.


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ALLEN, WILMOT B. Physician

        342 Willis ave., New York City; Ph. B. 1895; Wofford 1891-93; M. D. Baltimore Med. col., 1898; b. Florence, S. C., Feb. 4, 1875; p. James and Julia (Marshall); Alpha Tau Omega; Mason; Methodist.

ALLEY, FELIX EUGENE Lawyer

        Waynesville; s. l. 1897-98; b. Jackson co., July 5, 1873; N. C. gen assembly 1905.

ALLEY, FELIX EUGENE Lawyer

        Sylva; s. 1918-22; b. Webster, Feb. 4, 1900; p. Felix Eugene and Mary Elvira (Hayes); m. Margaret Lee Hall, Oct. 1, 1921; S. A. T. C., U. N. C., 1918.

ALLEY, JOHN HAYES

        Waynesville; s. l. 1921-22; b. Waynesville; p. F. E. and -- --.

ALLEY, REUBEN GERTRUDE Student

        2041 N. College ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; s. m. 1920-21; B. S. Greensboro col. 1918; Woman's Med. col. of Pa., 1921-; b. Greensboro, Mar. 28, 1897; p. Rueben R. and Ella Virginia (Davis); Zeta Phi; Methodist.

ALLISON, DANIEL MOORE

        Webster; s. 1922-23; b. Webster, Oct. 4, 1904; p. Mrs. E. M. Allison.

ALLISON, FRANCES LOU

        (See Ford, Mrs. John A.).

*ALLISON, JOHN A. Physician

        Iredell co.; b. Oct. 10, 1830; d. May 17, 1891; m. Mary E. Locke, Oct. 21, 1856; m. Laura Mathews, Dec. 14, 1865; s. 1849-51; Davidson col. 1851-54; M. D. Jefferson Med. col.; planter; C. S. A.; Physician; Physician in Lowndes co., Miss.; during Civil War physician at home and in hospitals in Va.; operator and organizer hospital for wounded and sick soldiers, Statesville, N. C., 1864; Presbyterian.

ALLISON, JAMES CUMMINGS

        Care Raleigh Bldg. and Loan assn., Raleigh; s. 1898-99.

*ALLISON, JULIUS F. Teacher

        From Orange co.; Waynesville; b. 1834; A.B. 1854.

ALLISON, JAMES RICHARD Dermatologist

        1512 Marion st., Columbia, S. C.; A. B. 1911; A.M. 1912; M. D., U. of Pa., 1914; P. G. in N. Y. and London in Dermatology 1919-21; b. Brevard, Feb. 9, 1889; p. E. M. and Roxie (Lanier); m Susie Milliken Fitzsimmons, May 1, 1922; med. practice, Hazelton, Pa. 1916-17; U. S. Navy, 1917-19; dermatology, Columbia, S. C. 1921-; U. S. Navy 3 yrs. 3 mo.; surgeon U. S. S. Pres. Grant transport; surgeon U. S. Naval hosp., N. Y.; U. S. N. R. F. Class 1, lieut. M. C.

*ALLISON, JOHN R.

        From Iredell co.; Columbus, Miss.; A.B. 1824; planter; physician.

*ALLISON, RICHARD

        Iredell co.; A.B. 1820; N. C. house of commons 1826; 1828; 1830; mem. N. C. conv. 1861.

*ALLISON, ROBERT GRIER Teacher

        Iredell co.; d. 1877; A. B. 1827.

*ALLISON, RICHARD MONROE Lawyer

        Iredell co.; b. Apr. 22, 1821; d. Apr. 30, 1884; m. Elizabeth Carmichael Hampton, Oct. 27, 1852; s. 1841-42; Davidson col.; 1st lieut. co. "B," 19th reg.; Iredell co. atty. Mason; Presbyterian.

ALLISON, THOMAS TILLETT Realtor

        19 W. 4th st., Charlotte; A. B. 1900; pres. the Stephens co., developer of Myers Park.

ALLISON, WILLIAM PEARSON Merchant

        400 King st., High Point; s. 1902-03; b. Aug. 27, 1886; p. T. A. and Sarah C.; m. Pauline Jones, June 7, 1915; fur. bus.

ALLRED, CLARENCE MALCOLM

        Climax; s. 1920-21; b. Climax, Aug. 31, 1903; p. M. L. and -- --.

ALLRED, FRANK EWING Lumberman

        Aberdeen; s. 1913-14; p. J. F. and Bettie; air service, U. S. A.

ALLRED, JAMES HOBART College Professor

        Randleman, R. 2; A. B. 1922; g. s. 1923-24; Lincoln Memorial univ. 1919-21; b. Randleman, Oct. 17, 1897; p. John C. and Cora Lee (Giles); prof. of Spanish and English, Weaver col., 1922-23; prof. Romance Languages, High Point col. 1924; Methodist Protestant.

ALLRED, JOSEPH HENRY Teacher

        Mt. Airy; pres. Dobson; A.B. 1916; b. Mt. Airy, Mar. 21, 1891; p. Jos. J. and Louisa (Johnson); m. Irene Thompson, June 21, 1922; Di Soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; teacher Rockingham 1916-17; prin. Mt. Airy H. S. 1919-22; prin. Dobson consolidated schools 1922-; enlisted May 13, 1917; attached to 81st div. O. T. C. Camp Johnstone, Fla.; stationed at Thours, St. Nazaire, Camp Montoir, France; discharged Aug. 30, 1919; commissioned as 1st lieut. after discharge; Baptist.

ALLSBROOK, RICHARD GOLD Lawyer

        Main st., Tarboro; A. B. 1896; s. l. 1898-99; b. near Scotland Neck, Dec. 13, 1874; p. Benjamin Ira and Temperance Della (House); m. Sallie Roberson, Feb. 15, 1911; Phi Soc.; atty.-at-law 1899-; solicitor 2nd jud. dist. 1910-23; re-elected 4 times without opposition in either party; 4 yrs. chm'n. bd. of educ. Edgecombe co.; resigned as solicitor July, 1923, to return to private practice; trustee, U. N. C. 1909-11; Presbyterian.


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*ALSTON, ALFRED Planter

        Warren co.; b. Feb., 1791; d. Nov., 1850; m. Polly Plummer; s. 1810; Methodist.

*ALSTON, ALFRED Planter

        Warren co.; b. Dec. 28, 1826; d. May, 1894; m. Polly Dawson Klarny; A. B. 1847; Methodist.

*ALSTON, AUGUSTUS A. Planter

        Sparta, Ga.; b. Oct. 6, 1805; d. Dec. 12, 1838; s. 1821-25.

*ALSTON, ARCHIBALD DAVIS Planter

        Warren co.; s. 1834-35; Episcopalian.

*ALSTON, ALEXANDER S.

        Edenton; s. 1826.

*ALSTON, ALFRED THORNE

        Franklin co.; s. 1865-66; planter; merchant.

*ALSTON, BENJAMIN HARDY Physician

        Edenton; b. July, 1806; A. B. 1824.

*ALSTON, CHARLES

        Chatham co.; s. 1838-39.

ALSTON, CHARLES SKINNER Insurance

        212 Kingston ave., Charlotte; A. B. 1899; p. Willis and Lucy (Skinner); m. Ellen D., Oct. 18, 1905.

*ALSTON, EDWARD JONES Planter

        Warrenton; m. Maria Davis; A. B. 1852; C. S. A.

*ALSTON, HOWARD

        Littleton; b. Sep. 24, 1872; d. March 17, 1905; m. Addie Thorne; s. 1889-91; druggist; lawyer; judge advocate N. C. N. G. 1896-1900; town atty. 1903.

*ALSTON, JUNIUS ALBURTUS Planter

        Chatham co.; b. Hickory Mountain, Chatham co.; d. July 9, 1900; m. Nellie Hamlin; m. Ida Lloyd; s. 1848-49; mem. house of rep. 1883 and 1885; dir. N. C. ry.; Presbyterian.

*ALSTON, JOHN JOSEPH

        Chatham co.; b. Mar. 17, 1792; d. 1842; m. Adeline Williams; s. 1898; mem. House of Rep. 1817; Methodist.

*ALSTON, JOHN W.

        s. 1809.

*ALSTON, KEMP PLUMMER Planter

        Warren co.; d. June 11, 1891; m. Mabbet Thorne; A. B. 1838; Methodist.

ALSTON, NORMAN

        Chatham co.; s. 1853-54.

*ALSTON, NICHOLAS FAULCON Planter

        Warren co.; d. 1871; s. 1841-43.

*ALSTON, NATHANIEL MACON

        Chatham co.; s. 1854-56.

ALSTON, PHILLIP GUSTON

        Warrenton; s. 1855; b. Warren co., Mar. 20, 1839; p. George W. and Mauna P. (Williams); m. Jennie C. Crichton, Feb. 2, 1864; m. Lucy Roper, Dec. 20, 1897; pvt. co. "E" 12th N. C. troops, 1861-65; Methodist.

*ALSTON, PHILLIP KEARNEY Planter

        Chatham co.; b. Chatham co., Dec. 25, 1811; d. 1852; m. Ann Harwell; s. 1830-32; Methodist.

*ALSTON, PHILLIP WHITMELL

        From Edenton; Memphis, Tenn.; A.B. 1829; minister; author.

*ALSTON, SOLOMON WILLIAMS

        Warren co.; d. July 1862 (from fever contracted around Richmond); s. 1855-56; asst. surgeon, C. S. A.

*ALSTON, WILLIS Physician

        Littleton; b. Aug. 5, 1847; d. April 23, 1909; m. Lucy Skinner; A. B. 1867; A. M. 1884; M. D. Univ. of Md., 1869.

*ALSTON, WILLIS, JR. Physician

        Littleton; b. Mar. 9, 1879; d. Oct. 7, 1918; s. m. 1899-1903; M. D. 1903; M. D. Univ. of Md.; res. surgeon, Univ. hosp., Baltimore, Md., 1903-04.

*ALSTON, WILLIAM C.

        Halifax co., s. 1795.

*ALSTON, WILLIS WILSON

        From Sparta, Ga.; Halifax co.; b. Nov. 17, 1803; d. Dec. 12, 1840; A.B. 1824.

ALSOP, WILLIAM STROTHER Draftsman

        Enfield; pres. 704 Cleveland st., Durham; s. 1920-22; b. Enfield, Mar. 1, 1903; p. Samuel B. and Katherine E. (Savage); with G. Murray Nelson, architect, Raleigh and Durham, as draftsman since Jan., 1922; entered Univ. of Pa., Sept., 1923, to study architecture; Baptist.

ALLSTON, WILLIAM FRANCIS Radio Operator

        Flat Rock; pres. care Tropical Radio Tel. co., Burrwood, La.; s. 1916-17, 1919-20, 1920-21; sum. sch. 1916; b. Tryon, June 30, 1898; p. Robert Francis Withers and Mary E. B. (Holmes); electrical salesman 8 mo.; private radio sales business 1 yr.; now radio operator with Tropical Radio Tel. co., and United Fruit co.; U. S. N. during World War, Apr., 1917, to Feb., 1919, as chief radio operator transport and destroyer service, in European waters; Elk; Episcopalian.

*ALVES, JAMES

        Orange co.; s. 1807-08.

*ALVES, JOHN

        Kentucky; s. 1811-12.

*ALVES, SAMUEL JOHNSTON

        Henderson; A. B. 1821.


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*ALVES, WALTER

        Kentucky; A. B. 1825.

*ALVES, WILLIAM J.

        Orange co.; s. 1807.

AMBLER, ARTHUR CHASE Physician

        72 Broadway, Asheville; s. 1915-18; U. of Wis. 1914-15; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1920; b. Canton, O., June 21, 1895; p. Dr. C. P. and Harriet (Vernon); Delta Kappa Epsilon; Gorgon's Head; Physician; interne at Presby. hosp., Philadelphia, 1920-21; private practice at Asheville since; part time duty at U. S. U. B. hosp. No. 45; U. S. Naval Med. Reserve 1917-21; Mason, 32 degree Scottish Rite; Shriner (Oasis Temple); Episcopalian.

*AMBROSE, SHERIDAN A.

        Hertford; b. Jan. 9, 1867; d. Aug. 2, 1886; s. 1884-85; Christian (Disciple).

‡AMBURGUEY, MARY ELEANOR

        610 Yonkers road, Middleton, O.; s. l. 1918-19; Valparaiso univ. 1915-17; b. Petoskey, Mich., Nov. 6, 1895; p. Mrs. Martha Amburguey.

AMICK, HAROLD CLYDE

        R. F. D. 13, Burlington; pres. State Highway comm., Raleigh; M.A. 1923; A.B. Elon 1920; b. Kimesville, Jan. 22, 1897; p. R. F. and Ada (Woods); Acacia; with State highway bridge dept. as chief of party; Mason; Methodist Protestant.

AMICK, THOMAS CICERO Teacher

        Elon College; s. 1887-1888; Geo. Peabody col., L. I. 1888-91, Ph.D. Central univ. 1901; Univ. of Virginia; Univ. of Chicago; b. near Liberty, Feb. 14, 1869; p. Wm. and Nancy (Stafford); m. Bessie Lee Ward, Dec. 24, 1899; taught Liberty 1891-92, Ingram, Va. 1892-96, Liberty 1896-1907, Western Md. col. 1907-09, Elon col. 1909-; Prof. Math. Elon 1912-; taught sum. sch. State col. 1917-22; mayor Elon College; chmn. sch. bd; dean Elon; pres. dept. of higher educ., N. C. Educ. Assn.; Methodist Protestant.

AMICK, WILLIAM GRAY

        Liberty; Ph. B. 1905; s. m. 1908-09; b. Liberty, Mar. 11, 1884.

*AMIS, JOHN D.

        Halifax co.; s. 1802.

*AMIS, JAMES SANDERS

        From Granville co.; Waynesboro, Va.; b. May 1, 1825; d. Nov. 7, 1903; m. Mary Lanier; A.B. 1846; lawyer; teacher; mem. house of rep. 1850-54, and '62-64; col., C. S. A.; trustee U. N. C. 1874-85; Presbyterian.

*AMIS, LEWIS

        Granville co.; b. 1827; m. Bettie Lanier; s. 1839-40; farmer and miller; Presbyterian.

*AMIS, RUFUS

        From Granville co.; Virgilina, Va.; b. 1835; m. Bettie Ragland, 1855; s. 1853-54; Univ. of Penn.; journalist; mem. house of rep. 1879-80; co. "I," Granville Stars, capt. C. S. A.; Baptist.

*AMIS, THOMAS GALE

        Lost at sea; A. B. 1801.

*ANDERSON, ADOLPHUS

        Laurens District, S. C.; s. 1853-54; C. S. A.

*ANDERSON, ALBERT GALLATIN Minister

        Caswell co.; A. B. 1834.

ANDERSON, ALAN RAMSEUR

        528 Walnut st., Statesville; s. m. 1919-21; A.B. Trinity 1915; A.M. 1916; Univ. of Penn. 1921-23; b. Statesville, Dec. 9, 1895; p. Dr. Thos. E. and Ina Marion (MacCall); Kappa Alpha; Gorgon's Head; taught Trinity Park 1916-17; 1st O. T. C., Ft. Oglethorpe, 1917; 1st lieut. U. S. Reserve Corps Aug. 1917; capt. U. S. Nat. Army Mar. 1918; overseas July 31, 1918 with 321st inf., 81st div.; Vosges Mts. defensive sector; Argonne offensive; discharged July 15, 1919; Presbyterian.

ANDERSON, ANDREW VANCE

        Box 285, Raleigh; A. B. 1916; b. Eagle Rock, July 3, 1890; p. Samuel P. and Laura (Hood); with Wilson Realty and Ins. co.; with div. of markets, Raleigh.

*ANDERSON, CAMERON Lawyer

        Pensacola, Fla.; d. 1852; s. 1840-41; paymaster U. S. N.

*ANDERSON, EDWIN ALEXANDER

        Wilmington; b. Wilmington, June 17, 1816; d. Wilmington, Mar. 11, 1894; m. Mary Lillington, 1842; s. 1830-31; A. B. Yale 1835; ibid. M. D. 1837; ibid. A. M. 1838; physician City of Philadelphia, 1 yr.; res. surgeon and physician Penn. hosp. house surgeon and physician ibid.; ibid. Blockley Alms hosp. 1 year; physician Louisville, Ky., 1 yr.; ibid. Wilmington, 1842-94; pres. N. C. med. soc. and New Hanover co. med. soc.

*ANDERSON, GEORGE BURGWYN

        Wilmington; b. 1831; d. July, 1862 (of wounds received in battle of Sharpsburg); m. Mildred Ewing, Nov. 8, 1859; s. 1847-48; West Point grad., 1852; resigned from U. S. Army 1861; lieut., U. S. A.; brig. gen. C. S. A. 1862; col. 4th reg. N. C. state troops when organized in 1861; com. first corps tenth reg.; mem. Confederate Examining bd.; wounded at Malvern Hill.

*ANDERSON, GEORGE GALLATIN Lawyer

        Milesville; b. Jan. 22, 1867; d. 1895; s. I. 1894-95.


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ANDERSON, HALCOTT U. S. Commissioner

        Pensacola, Fla.; A. B. 1900; LL. B. Columbia univ. 1905; b. Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 21, 1877; p. William Edward and Anna (Hawks); m. Elizabeth C. Higgins, Mar. 26, 1907; grad. cum laude; Pi Sigma; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gimghoul; teacher Pensacola classical sch. 1900-02; lawyer N. Y. City 1905-07; ibid. Pensacola, Fla., 1907-; U. S. Commissioner; Episcopalian.

ANDERSON, HARRY STUART Tobacconist

        708 Spruce st., Winston-Salem; s. 1918; b. Madison, Mar. 18, 1900; p. Henry Stuart and Dora Alice (Austin); entered S. A. T. C. Oct. 1, 1918, co. "B," stationed U. N. C.; pvt. inf.; discharged Dec. 10, 1918; Baptist.

ANDERSON, JAMES GARRETT, Physician

        Legal bldg., Asheville; M. D. 1906; Wake Forest col.; Hulnon Christian univ. A. M.

*ANDERSON, JAMES LATON

        Winton; b. Aug. 24, 1840; A. B. 1861; C. S. A.

‡ANDERSON, JACOB MARENS

        Liberty; s. 1885-88; b. 1865.

ANDERSON, JAMES MAURICE

        Statesville; s. 1919-20; Davidson col.; b. Elmwood, Feb. 6, 1901; p. George Ramseur and Margaret Nolia (Wood); m. Kate Forester, Nov. 15, 1923; Methodist.

ANDERSON, JOE M.

        New Bern; s. p. 1910-11; Atlantic Christian col.; b. Greenville, Dec. 24, 1889; p. Mrs. E. L. Anderson.

*ANDERSON, LAWRENCE MEL

        Tallahassee, Fla.; b. July 21, 1841; killed at Shiloh, 1862; A. B. 1860; capt C. S. A.

ANDERSON, LESTER LAWRENCE

        Advance; s. m. 1920-21; b. Advance, July 25, 1902; p. Dr. M. M. and -- -- --.

*ANDERSON, MONROE

        Lebanon, Tenn.; s. 1859-60; capt. C. S. A.

ANDERSON, OSCAR S. Merchant

        Williamston; s. 1915-16; p. Arthur and -- -- --; m. Fannie Biggs Martin; mem. firm Anderson and Crawford, gen'l and supply merchants.

ANDERSON, RICHARD FENNER

        Greensboro; s. 1919-21; b. Mar. 29 1901.

ANDERSON, ROY RITTER

        Loudon, Tenn.; A. M. 1923; A. B. Maryville col., 1918; b. Loudon, Tenn., Feb. 12, 1895; p. M. C. and Annie E. (Freeman); prin. Central H. S., Cleveland, Tenn.; vice-chmn. Red Cross ibid.; chmn. Junior Red Cross ibid.; chmn. Anti-Tuberculosis Assn.; field artillery Central O. T. C. 1918; Mason; Knight Templar; Presbyterian.

‡ANDERSON, RICHARD S. Farmer

        R. F. D. 4, Tarboro; s. 1918-19; s. m. 1921-22.

*ANDERSON, ROBERT WALKER

        Wilmington; b. Jan. 23, 1838; killed Battle of Wilderness, 1864; A. B. 1858; tutor Greek. U. N. C., 1858-61; lieut., C. S. A. 1864; assigned as ordnance officer to Cooke's brigade,--had been A. D. C. on the staff of his brother, Gen. Geo. B. Anderson.

ANDERSON, THOMAS HARLEE

        Walnut st., Statesville; pres. American Consular Service, Frankfort, Germany; s. 1912-13; American consul, Frankfort, Germany.

ANDERSON, THOMAS JACKSON Ticket Agent

        500 W. Council st., Salisbury; s. 1896-99; b. Calahaln, Apr. 7, 1875; p. Charles and Mary Eliza (Turner); m. Maggie Nola Cowan, Apr. 11, 1906; Di Soc.; teacher 2 yrs.; since then employed by Sou. ry.; now ticket agent for Sou. ry. and Yadkin ry., Salisbury; Pythian; Presbyterian.

*ANDERSON, THOMPSON Merchant

        Nashville, Tenn.; b. Sept. 14, 1813; d. May 15, 1895; m. May Shelby Johnson, July 30, 1834; s. 1867-68.

*ANDERSON, WALKER

        Petersburg, Va.; b. 1801; d. 1857; A.B. 1819; A.M. 1822; LL.D. 1853; prof. of rhetoric and logic, U. N. C. 1833; prof. nat. philos. and astron. 1833-36; chief justice supr. ct., Fla., 1851-53.

ANDERSON, WILLIAM BANKS Student

        Haw River; s. 1915-20 A. B.; Johns Hopkins Med. sch. 1920-; b. Haw River, Dec. 18, 1897; p. Wm. Holt and Mary Almira (Banks); enlisted July 1918; discharged Jan. 1, 1919; rank 2nd lieut. inf.; Presbyterian.

*ANDERSON, WILLIAM EDWARD

        Hillsboro; b. 1805; d. 1852; A. B. 1825; A. M. 1829; teacher; merchant; banker.

*ANDERSON, WILLIAM E.

        From Wilmington; Raleigh; d. 1890; A.B. 1854; pres. Citizens Nat. Bank, Raleigh.

†ANDERSON, WALDO FLOYD

        Fair Bluff; s. 1908-09; b. June 23, 1887.

ANDERSON, WILLIAM HUBERT Contractor

        Johnson City, Tenn.; s. 1911-14; b. Mars Hill, Dec. 1, 1889; p. Wm. Clingman and Mollie Lee (Morgan); m. Mabel Toppings, July 16, 1921; supt. for various contractors 1915-17; govt. const. supt. 1917-18 on Camp Taylor and Old Hickory Powder Plant; contractor July 1918-.

*ANDERSON, WILLIAM J.

        Fayetteville; d. 1852; s. 1822-26; A. M. 1826; merchant; banker.


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ANDERSON, WILLIAM PURYEAR, JR.

        504 W. Nash st., Wilson; A. B. 1922; b. Wilson, Dec. 12, 1901; p. Wm. Puryear and Lucy Clark (Whitehead); Methodist.

ANDLETON, ALLAN WILLS Lawyer

        Enfield; s. 1914-17; b. Weldon, Mar 14, 1894; p. Nicholas and Indiana (Wills); m. Ruth Williams, Oct. 17, 1917; lawyer. Weldon, 1 yr.; ibid. Enfield since; mayor Enfield 1921-; Pythian; Methodist.

*ANDRES, EDWIN F.

        Bladen co.; s. 1839-41.

ANDREWS, AGNES Teacher

        Chapel Hill; s. 1918-19; b. Chapel Hill, Oct. 1, 1898; p. Samuel W. and Robena Ann (Tilley); teacher, Oakdale school, Kimesville, 1919-20; Royal school, Four Oaks, 1920-21; Carrboro school, 1921-24; Baptist.

ANDREWS, ALEXANDER BOYD Lawyer

        309 N. Blount st., Raleigh; B. Litt. 1893; s. l. 1893-94; b. Henderson, Feb. 2, 1873; p. Alexander Boyd and Julia Martha (Johnston); m. Helen M. Sharples, Nov. 5, 1908; Di Soc.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gimghoul; dir. Oxford Orphanage 1917; dir. E. Carolina Teachers' col. 1921-; Episcopalian.

ANDREWS, ALLEN B. Merchant

        Mt. Olive; s. 1910-11; b. Sampson co., Oct. 21, 1886; p. J. W. and Elizabeth (Lindsay); m. Sadie M. Loftin, Feb. 18, 1920; connected with Andrews & Knowles, Inc., distributors of fruits and vegetables since leaving Univ.; member of firm since 1918; entered Army May 26, 1918 as pvt.; stationed at Camp Jackson, S. C. in inf.; transferred to med. corps at Camp Sevier, S. C.; transferred to Camp Hancock, Ga., and discharged there Mar. 7, 1919; Methodist Episcopal.

ANDREWS, ARCHIE FRANKLIN

        Bonlee; s. 1916-17.

ANDREWS, COLUMBUS Teacher

        Granite Falls; s. 1904-05, 1907-08, summer sch. 1920, '21, '24; George Peabody col. 1903-04; Univ. of Va. summer 1922; b. Kings Creek, Oct. 17, 1885; p. Thos. Alvey and Edith Elizabeth (Land); m. Mary Grace Woodward, June 14, 1911; in office of J. L. Nelson (Lenoir, Whitnal & Hudson Cotton Mills), Lenoir 1908-16; mgr. Western dist. of N. C. Mutual Life Ins. co., 1916-17; since 1918 teaching and farming; now prin. Granite Falls H. S.; Baptist.

ANDREWS, CARLTON AUSTIN

        Statesville; s. 1910-11; b. Charlotte, Sept. 19, 1890; p. F. H. and -- --; mgr. music house.

†ANDREWS, CLAUDE FLEMING

        High Point; s. 1913-14; b. High Point, Jan. 22, 1895; p. R. C. and -- -- --.

ANDREWS, CHARLES McDONALD Pharmacist

        Tryon st., Hillsboro; Ph. G. 1907; Catawba col.; b. Orange co., Oct. 4, 1885; p. S. W. and Robena (Tilley); m. Dare Danna, Dec. 30, 1907; prescription clerk, Newton; mgr. drug store, Hillsboro: prop. West End Drug store, Dec. 8, 1908; mem. sch. bd.; co. welfare comm.; Baptist.

‡ANDREWS, CLAUDE MILLER

        Whitnell; s. 1920-22; b. Schoolfield, Va., Aug. 14, 1895; p. J. and -- -- --.

*ANDREWS, CLINTON MILTON

        Greensboro; b. 1829; killed near Nottaway Ct. House. Va., June 27, 1864; s. 1850-51; lieut. col. C. S. A. 19th reg.

ANDREWS, DAVID HOWELL

        Raleigh; s. 1916-17.

ANDREWS, ELVA DARE

        Chapel Hill; A. B. 1924; b. Chapel Hill, Nov. 21, 1902; p. S. W. and Robena Ann (Tilley); Baptist.

ANDREWS, ERNEST FRANK

        Tarboro; s. 1915-17; b. Edgecombe co., June 2, 1896; p. Will H. and Dollie (Savage); m. Ora Lee Brown, Sept. 14, 1922; owner of chain of electric shoe repair shops Jan. 1924-; A. E. F. 1918-19; Presbyterian.

ANDREWS, EZRA PRESTON

        Care T. D. Wilkins, Greensboro; s. 1913-14; b. Charlotte, Jan. 16, 1895; p. F. H. and -- -- --; m. Alwilda Van Ness, Apr. 7, 1923; iron and steel dealer.

‡ANDREWS, FONNIE JACKSON

        Durham; Ph. G. 1915; P. D. 1915; Columbia univ.; b. Durham, Oct. 14, 1892; p. D. F. and -- -- --.

ANDREWS, G. A. Student

        Mt. Gilead; s. 1922-23; Trinity col. 1923-.

ANDREWS, GEORGE HENRY Hardware Dealer

        Bonlee; pres. Bennett; s. 1916-17; b. Bonlee, Feb. 2, 1895; p. John R. and Emma J.; mgr. and partner hdw. store Bennett; A. E. F. 1917-19; Mason; Baptist.

ANDREWS, GRAHAM HARRIS Banker

        301 N. Blount st., Raleigh; A. B. 1903; b. Raleigh, Apr. 21, 1883; p. Col. A. B. and Julia Martha (Johnston); m. Eliza Humphry Simmons, Nov. 6, 1907; Di Soc.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pi Sigma; Sphinx; entered Citizens Nat. Bank July 1, 1903; elected cashier July 5, 1913; director and vice-pres. Raleigh Savings Bank & Trust co.; Raleigh Real Est. & Trust co.; dir. Atlantic Fire Ins. co.; N. C. Home Ins. co.; Raleigh Bldg. & Loan Assn.; Boylan-Pierce co.; Citizens Nat. Bank; trustee and mem. exec. comm. St. Mary's


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sch.; mem. N. C. Agr. Loan Agency-War Finance corp.; corp. N. C. R. M. co. "A"; Elk; Pythian; Episcopalian.

ANDREWS, IRA EDGERTON DWIGHT Minister

        Westminster, S. C.; A.B. 1898; s. l. 1904; Sou. Bapt. Theo. Sem. 1907-10 Th. G.; D.D. Georgetown col., Ky., 1920; b. near Chapel Hill, Mar. 17, 1875; p. Henry Calvin and Susan Ann (Faucett); m. Emma Souther, Mar. 4, 1914; teacher Randolph, Orange and Bertie counties after leaving college; then read law and was admitted to bar; elected to state legislature from Orange, serving 1905; after leaving Sou. Bapt. Sem. served in Ky., at Bloomfield, Long Ridge, Wheatley and Elizabethtown; now occupying pastorate Westminister Baptist Church; author various articles contributed to Baptist papers; Mason; Baptist.

*ANDREWS, JOHN BARR Teacher

        Greensboro; b. 1833; killed at Richmond, July 23, 1863; A.B. 1854; capt. C. S. A.

ANDREWS, JOHN HAWKINS Freight Agent

        Raleigh; A. B. 1897; b. Raleigh, Mar. 9, 1876; p. Alexander Boyd and Julia Martha; m. Mabel Young Henderson, Nov. 17, 1909; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sou. ry. service 1897-; Episcopalian.

*ANDREWS, JUNIUS FRANKLIN

        Durham; b. Jan. 19, 1894; d. (in service) July 13, 1918; s. p. 1914; Columbia univ.; chemist Emerson Drug co., Baltimore, Md.

†ANDREWS, JUNIUS MARVIN Physician

        Winter Haven, Fla.; s. m. 1913; b. July 4, 1876.

ANDREWS, JUNIUS MEBANE Teacher

        Mt. Gilead; Ph. G. 1915.

ANDREWS, NATHAN HARDY Physician

        Rowland; s. m. 1905-07; M.D., N. C. Med. col. 1911; Davidson col.; b. Jan. 24, 1883; p. Nathan T. and Mattie A. (Rattley); m. Leona -- -- --, Aug. 26, 1908; 1st lieut. med. corps U. S. A., Ft. Oglethorpe 1917-19; Mason; Pythian; Presbyterian.

ANDREWS, OLA BLANCHE Teacher

        Chapel Hill; A. B. 1920; N. C. C. W. 1915-17; b. Chapel Hill, July 15, 1894; p. S. W. and Robena (Tilley); teacher Bethel H. S. 1920-22; ibid. Hillsboro H. S. 1922-23; ibid. Sanford H. S. 1923-; Baptist.

ANDREWS, RICHARD HOMER Druggist

        Hoke st., Burlington; Ph. G. 1914; Phar. D. 1915; b. Chapel Hill, May 18, 1893; p. S. W. and Robena (Tilley); m. Nini Ingle, June 14, 1917; Kappa Psi; owner and mgr. retail drug store; Chamber of Commerce; Kiwanian; U. S. N. med. dept. stationed U. S. Naval hosp., Annapolis, Md.; Baptist.

ANDREWS, RALPH PRESTON

        Chapel Hill; s. 1913-15; b. Chapel Hill, Feb. 27, 1892; p. Samuel Weldon and Robena (Tilley); m. Recie Crawford, Oct. 15, 1916; insurance agent 1916-; asst. cashier People's Bank, Chapel Hill, 1917-; alderman Chapel Hill 1917-; Pythian; Baptist.

*ANDREWS, SAMUEL JAY

        From Greensboro; Lexington, Mo.; b. Sept. 20, 1841; d. Dec. 8, 1918; s. 1858-62; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; 1st lieut. co. "B" Iredell co., 19th reg.; capt. C. S. A.

*ANDREWS, SILAS MILTON Minister

        From Rowan co.; Doylestown, Pa; A.B. 1826; A.M. 1831; tutor, 1827; Presbyterian.

ANDREWS, TROY MONROE Chemist

        Chapel Hill; pres. 144, W. Gilman st., Madison, Wis.; A.B. 1914; M.S. 1917; Ph.D. 1921; Univ. of Wis.; b. Chapel Hill, Dec. 14, 1893; p. C. F. and Eppie (Brewer); Di Soc.; Sigma Xi; Kappa Pi; Alpha Chi Sigma; teacher 1914-15; chemist with E. I. Dupont, de Nemours & co., 1917-19; chemist Forest Products Lab., U. S. Dept. of Agr., Madison, Wis., 1921-.

ANDREWS, THOMAS WINGATE School Superintendent

        628 S. Fulton st., Salisbury; A. B. 1908; Columbia Univ. sum. 1912-13-14-15-16; b. Orange co., Mar. 22, 1882; p. W. V. and Annie A. (Lloyd); m. Eleanor Watson; Phi Beta Kappa; Di Soc.; supt. Orange co. schools 1908-11; Reidsville sch. 1911-17; Salisbury sch. 1917-24; supt. High Point schools, 1924-; Baptist.

ANDREWS, MRS. T. WINGATE Teacher

        (Nee Watson, Miss Eleanor).

        629 S. Fulton st., Salisbury; s. 1915-16 A. B.; N. C. C. W. 1897-1900; b. Rowan co., Aug. 19, 1878; p. Wm. Gray and Amanda (Lawrence); m. T. Wingate Andrews, June 28, 1922; teacher English Salisbury H. S.; prin. 1918-21; Presbyterian.

ANDREWS, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. Insurance

        1014 W. Market st., Greensboro; s. 1916-21; A. B. 1920; b. Tarboro, July 18, 1899; p. Wm. Hyman and Dorothy (Savage); m. Pearl Balsley Humphry, Oct. 23, 1923; Phi Soc.; varsity track; Omega Delta; Delta Tau Delta; Sigma Upsilon; agent Univ. branch Umstead Ins. agency 1920-21; sec.-treas. Univ. agency, Inc., 1921; mgr. ibid. 1921-22; sec. and treas. University Agency and special agent Jefferson Standard Life Ins. co., Greensboro, 1922-; Plattsburg training camp July 21, 1918; failed to complete last two wks. on account influenza;


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re-enlisted S. A. T. C., U. N. C. Oct. 1, 1918; discharged Dec., 1918; elected to Camp Taylor art. off. camp 3 days prior to armistice; Presbyterian.

ANDREWS, WILLIAM JOHNSTON Consulting Engineer

        105 E. North st., Raleigh: A. B. 1891; M.E. Cornell univ. 1894; b. Henderson, Mar. 1. 1871; p. Col. Alexander Boyd and Julia Martha (Johnston); m. Augusta Webb Ford, Jan. 7, 1903; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Di Soc.; sec. N. C. Hist. Soc.; supt. foundry N. C. Car co., Raleigh, 1894-96; pvt. sec. U. S. Minister to Mexico 1896-97; pres. and gen. mgr. Raleigh Electric co. 1898-1906; consulting eng. Raleigh 1906-; dir. Citizens' Nat. Bank, Raleigh, 25 yrs.; dir. Raleigh Savings Bank and Trust co.; dir. N. C. Soldiers' Home; dir. Raleigh Cemetery assn.; pres. associated charities Raleigh; chmn. rep. exec. comm., Wake co., 1910-12; nominee for Wake co. treas. 1908; ibid. N. C. sec. of state 1912; alternate to rep. nat. conv. 1912; with Wm. Hunt, of N. Y. City; made aluminum zinc alloys to determine strongest light-weight alloy, an important factor in reducing weight of bicycles, 1893-94; Presbyterian.

ANDREWS, WILLIAM PARKER

        213 N. Tryon st., Charlotte; A. B. 1919; Davidson col. 2 yrs.; b. Charlotte, July 1, 1897; p. T. H. and-- -- --.

ANDREWS, WILTON VOLNEY Farmer

        R. F. D. Box 23, Chapel Hill; s. 1868-70; b. near Chapel Hill, April 14, 1850; p. Henry Calvin and Mary Elizabeth (Faucett); m. Annie Aiken Lloyd, Dec. 31, 1876; Di Soc.; teacher in rural schools; farming at present; served 2 terms on Orange co. bd. of educ.; Baptist.

ANGEL, CLARENCE COOPER

        Bryson City; s. 1919-22; b. Bryson City, May 31, 1900; p. Mrs. W. E. Angel.

ANGEL, FURMACE Physician

        Franklin; s. 1914-16; M. D. Jeff. Med. col.; b. Franklin, Oct. 27, 1897; p. Thomas W. and Martha A.; Kappa Psi; practicing physician 1922-; senior lieut. Med. Corps U. S. N. during the term of World War; Methodist.

ANGEL, LEWIS BERRY, Merchant

        Haines City, Fla.; A.B. 1914; b. Franklin, Mar. 8, 1895; p. T. W. and Martha Anne (Berry); m. Thelma Reynolds, Jan. 21, 1921; prin. Four Oaks graded sch. 1914-15; lawyer 1916-17; merchant firm Carolina Provison co., and W. T. Moore and co., Franklin, and C. M. Miller co., Cornella, Ga., 1920-23; wholesale grocer and citrus grower, Haines City, Fla., 1923-; 2nd lieut. 1st lieut. 11th cavalry, Mexican border; A. E. F. 1917-19; 1st lieut. U. S. A. 1919-20.

ANGEL, THOMAS WELDON, JR.

        Franklin; B. S. 1923; b. Franklin, Jan. 29, 1901; p. T. W. and -- -- --.

‡ANGELL, DARIUS HAMPTON

        1103 Patterson ave., Winston-Salem; s. m. 1919-20; b. Winston-Salem, Sept. 12 1899.

*ANGIER, JOHN CICERO

        From Durham; Apex; b. Oct. 18, 1857; d. Oct. 27, 1911; m. Lida Duke, Sept. 29, 1880; s. 1876-79; Wake Forest col. 1 yr.; merchant; manufacturer; treas. and gen. mgr. C. F. & N. Ry. co.; lumberman, pres. Cary Lumber co.; Methodist.

ANSCOMBE, FRANCIS CHARLES Teacher

        Guilford College; A. M. 1924.

ANSELL, SAMUEL TILDEN Lawyer

        1957 Biltmore st., Washington, D. C.; s. 1904-06, LL.B.; U. S. Mil. Acad.; b. Coinjock. Jan. 1, 1875; p. Henry Beasley and Lydia (Simmons); m. Elmeda Tracy, Feb. 16, 1904; U. S. army from U. S. M. A. cadet to brig. gen'l., 1895-1919; maj. and judge adv. law dept. of army 1913; lieut.-col. and judge adv. 1917; brig. gen'l. and judge adv. 1917; counsel before all courts of U. S. for insular govts. of Philippines and Porto Rico 1913-17; acting judge adv. gen'l. of U. S. Army 1917-19; resigned from army and established law firm of Ansell & Bailey July, 1919; instructor in const. law and history U. S. M. A. 1902-09; prosecuting atty. for Moro Province, Philippine Islands, 1909-11; asst. to judge adv. genl. as advisor of War dept. upon civil jurisdictions 1912-14; chm'n. comm. on appropriations pub. sch. asso. of Dist. of Col.; author many articles in leading law magazines; addresses before various bar associations; Mason; Episcopalian.

*ANTHONY, JOHN Lawyer

        Scotland Neck; b. Nov. 30, 1836; killed at Malvern Hill, July 1, 1862; A. B. 1857; Corp. C. S. A.

ANTHONY, JOHN ALSTON Lawyer

        Shelby; s. 1881; b. York County, S. C., Oct. 23, 1854; p. S. H. and Margaret Graham (Cleveland); m. Ollie Gardner, Oct. 15, 1889; Di Soc.; teacher Grover H. S. 1882-87; co. supt. of sch. Cleveland co. 1887-1905; law and real est. to date; state senator in 1897; Methodist.

*ANTHONY, JAMES G.

        Halifax co.; b. Oct. 17, 1834; s. 1853-56; C. S. A.

*ANTHONY, WILLIAM

        Halifax co.; s. 1818-22.

APGAR, RAYMOND

        Seat Pleasant, Md.; s. m. 1903-07; b. Califon, N. J., July 23, 1880.


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APPENZELLER, CHARLES DAVID Chiropodist

        4 Hudson st., Yonkers. N. Y.; s. 1897-98; first Inst. of Podiatry. N. Y. C.; b. Stroudsburg, Pa., Sept. 11, 1874; p. John and Delilah (Haney); m. Mary Paul. Nov. 27, 1913; teacher 1898-1902; express agent 1902-; Mason; Elk; Lutheran.

APPLE, HERBERT LEE

        801 S. Main st., High Point; s. 1922-23; b. High Point, Dec. 6, 1902; p. J. V. and -- --.

APPLE, JACKSON LAFAYETTE Hardware Salesman

        623 Park ave., Greensboro; A. B. 1922; b. Rockingham co., Aug. 29, 1901; p. Jonathan A. and Huldah Jane (Page); employee Odell Hardware co., Greensboro; Moose; Methodist.

APPLE, WILLIS JORDAN

        Apple st., Burlington; s. 1919-20; b. Burlington, Sept. 21, 1901; p. A. A. and Annie Maud (Montgomery); employed with Lakeside Cotton Mills since leaving school; Methodist.

APPLEWHITE, BLAKE DEANS Manufacturer

        Box 1233, Wilmington; s. 1910-13; b. Wilson, Dec. 10, 1891; p. Elisha Lee and Rosa Battle (Rhodes); m. Elizabeth LeGwin, Apr. 24, 1918; Golden Fleece; varsity football; track team; Phi. Soc.; Phi Delta Theta; football coach Warrenton H. S. 1913; adv. mgr. chain moving-picture and vaudeville theatres, San Francisco, Cal., 1915-17; sales rep. P. Lorillard Tob. co., Sacramento and San Joaquin Valleys Jan.-July, 1917; employee George A. Fuller Construction co., Wilmington. 1919-21; organizer and manager Blake D. Applewhite co., Wilmington, 1922-; petty off. U. S. Navy 1917-18; Mason; Episcopalian.

APPLEWHITE, ERIC LEON Tobacco Salesman

        5566 Cates ave., St. Louis Mo.; s. 1914-16; b. Wilson, Oct. 17, 1896; p. Elisha Lee and Rosalie Battle (Rhodes); m. Julia Marie Hofman, June 11, 1923; Satyrs; special rep. R. J. Reynolds Tob. co., St. Louis, Mo.; author text book Aerography; U. S. Naval aviation electrician (radio)--C. Q. M. 1917-18; Episcopalian.

ABROGAST, JOHN CLIFFORD

        Andrews; s. 1916-17; b. Asheville, Mar. 31, 1895; p. John C. and -- --.

ARCHER, FREDERICK Teacher

        Greensboro; s. 1900-04; b. Mt. Olive, June 27, 1882; p. Joseph and Fannie (Gray); m. Flora Thornton, Aug. 11, 1913; teacher. Windsor 1904-06; Winston 1906-07; Wilson 1907-13; Selma 1913-17; Greensboro 1917-; Presbyterian.

ARCHER, FRANCES RANDOLPH Librarian

        Ga. State Normal col., Athens, Ga.; s. 1903-04; Sch. of Library Science, Atlanta, Ga.; librarian Tallageda, Ala., 1911-17; Birmingham, Ala., 1918-19; ibid. Ga. State Normal col., 1919-.

ARCHER, GRAY Farmer and Ranchman

        Phoenix, Ariz.; A.B. 1904; A.M. 1907, Princeton; m. Ann Pearl Irvin, Phoenix, 1911; teacher, High Point, 1904-08; banker, High Point, 1908-11; bank clerk, Phoenix, Ariz., 1911-15.

ARCHER, JAMES MCILWAINE Manufacturer

        209 Park ave., Charlotte; s. 1901-02; b. Mt. Olive, Apr. 13, 1884; p. Wm. and Mary Josephine (Gray); m. Susie M. Rhyne, July 5, 1905; clerk A. C. L. Ry., Wilmington, 1903-04; ibid. Monroe Cotton Mills, 1905; ibid. Shelby, 1906; ibid. Tuckaseege Mfg. co., Mt. Holly, 1907-10; sec. Stanley Mfg. co., Stanley, 1910-18; sec.-treas. Fidelty Mfg. co., Charlotte, 1918-22; genl. mgr. Piedmont Com. co.; pres. Daniel Morgan Mills; Baptist.

ARCHER, WALNE Army Officer

        Care Adj. Gen'l. U. S. A., Washington, D. C.; pres. Camp Eldridge, Laguna, Philippine Islands; s. 1903-05, 1906-07; b. Kenansville, Sept. 21, 1889; p. Joseph and Frances (Gray); m. Elizabeth Smith, June 10, 1912; Di Soc.; Beta Theta Pi; bookkeeper, First Nat. Bank, Durham, 1907-08; journalist Oklahoma City, 1908-11, and Fort Worth, Texas, 1911-17; army officer 1907-; entered 2nd O. T. C. Leon Spgs., Tex., Aug. 24, 1917; commissioned 1st lieut. inf. Nov. 27, 1917; served with 37th U. S. inf. continuously until after war; never overseas; still in service; Mason; Elk; Presbyterian.

ARGO, FORDYCE HUBBARD Minister

        Rockledge, Pa.; s. 1889-91; B.D. Philadelphia Divinity sch. 1902; minister 1898-; Pa. dir. of schools, 1904-07; rector Church of the Holy Nativity, Rockledge, Pa.; Episcopalian.

*ARGO, THOMAS MONROE Lawyer

        From Wetumka, Ala.; Raleigh; b. Apr. 30, 1841; d. 1909; A.B. 1863; LL.B. 1866; solicitor 4th dist.; mem. N. C. gen. assembly; lieut. C. S. A.

ARIAIL, JAMES MILTON Teacher

        Care Columbia col., Columbia, S. C.; A. M. 1924; A. B. Wofford col. 1905; A. M. ibid. 1906; Univ. of Chicago; Univ. of S. C.; b. Pacolet, S. C., Jan. 6, 1884; p. Rev. J. W. and Caroline Emma (Hodges); m. Vertie T. Green, Nov. 24, 1909; Kappa Sigma; asst. supt. Chester, S. C., city schools 1905-08; supt. Bishopville, S. C., city schools 1908-09; ibid. Lancaster, S. C., city schools 1909-12; prof. Columbia col. 1912-; sec. bd. of trustees Hyatt


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Park sch. system, Columbia, S. C., 1920-; Rotarian; Mason; Knight Templar; Methodist.

ARLEDGE, ISAAC CURTIS

        Hendersonville; s. 1905-07; b. May 30, 1883.

ARMENTROUT, HIRAM MILLER Estimator Building Material

        Elks Club, High Point; s. 1909-10; b. Greensboro, Apr. 9, 1890; p. Edward Luther and Lucy H.; bldg. mat. estimator with Snow Lumber co., High Point, 1910-; Nat. Army Mar. 13, 1918-Jan. 23, 1919; pvt. to segt. 1st class, q. m. c.; Hoboken, N. J. Mar. 23, 1918-Sept. 13, 1918; Washington, D. C. to Jan. 23, 1919; Methodist Episcopal.

ARMFIELD, BRITT MILLIS Realtor

        Asheboro; s. 1917-20, 1921-22; b. Asheboro, Aug. 4, 1901; p. W. J. Jr., and Sallie Elizabeth (Millis); Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Di Soc.; Methodist Episcopal. (South).

ARMFIELD, D. F.

        702 Oglethorpe bldg., Savannah, Ga.; s. 1904-05.

*ARMFIELD, EUGENE MOREHEAD Banker

        High Point; b. Sept. 25, 1869; d. Aug. 12, 1908; m. Bessie Cecil, Dec. 6, 1906; A. B. 1888; Guilford col.; trustee U. N. C., 1901-09.

ARMFIELD, FRANK Lawyer

        122 W. Corbin st., Concord; s. l. 1893-94; Trinity Ph. B. 1892; Yale 1892-93; b. Monrce, May 24, 1870; p. Emsley Alexander and Rachel (Phifer); m. Lucille A. -- --; atty. continuously; horticulture; farming; real estate; electoral col. 1904; mayor of Monroe 1900; trustee A. & T. col., Greensboro; at present N. C. state senate; Nat. guard 1886-1891; pvt. Monroe light inf.

*ARMFIELD, H.

        Guilford co.; s. 1826.

‡ARMFIELD, ROY HANES

        Greensboro; s. 1910-11; b. Greensboro, June 1, 1890; p. G. A. and-- -- --.

*ARMISTEAD, ANTHONY

        Plymouth; b. 1802; s. 1819.

*ARMISTEAD, JOHN

        Plymouth; b. 1797; lost at sea, 1816; s. 1813-15.

*ARMISTEAD, RICHARD

        Plymouth; A. B. 1804.

*ARMISTEAD, ROBERT Physician

        Plymouth; d. 1857; A. B. 1815; M. D. Univ. of N. Y. 1820.

*ARMISTEAD, STARK Planter

        Bertie co.; b. 1819; d. 1843; s. 1834-35.

*ARMISTEAD, THOMAS S. Merchant

        Martin co.; b. 1803; d. 1871; s. 1823.

*ARMISTEAD, THOMAS STUART

        Plymouth; b. 1843; d. 189-; A. B. 1862; A. M. 1868; lawyer; journalist; lieut., C. S. A.

*ARMISTEAD, WILLIAM J. Planter

        Plymouth; s. 1815; mem. house of commons 1826.

*ARMSTRONG, CLEATON OTIS Minister

        From Ayden; Stantonburg; b. Dec. 1, 1882; d. Oct. 28, 1918; m. Delia Rice, Feb. 22, 1913; A.B. 1912; Methodist.

ARMSTRONG, CHARLES WALLACE Physician

        403 Maupin ave., Salisbury; s. 1908-12; M. D. Univ. of Md.; b. Montgomery co., Nov. 9, 1890; p. Charles A. and Florence (Moore); m. Mabel Harris, Nov. 9, 1915; varsity baseball 1909 and 1910; practicing physician since 1914; mem. Salisbury Kiwanis Club; city health officer of Salisbury; capt. med. corps 1917-19 with overseas duty; Mason; Elk; Pythian; Methodist.

*ARMSTRONG, EDWARD H.

        Wilmington; b. 1841; killed in battle, 1864; s. 1858-61; A. B. 1911 as of 1862; capt. C. S. A. 3rd N. C. reg.

*ARMSTRONG, EGBERT M.

        Somerville, Tenn.; killed in action, 1861; s. 1858-59; capt. C. S. A.

*ARMSTRONG, HARVEY

        Bryan, Tex.; b. Bryan, Tex., June 1, 1875; d. Dallas, Tex., Nov. 7, 1918; s. 1893-4; Vanderbilt univ., 2 yrs.; teacher Dallas, Tex. 4 or 5 yrs.; business enterprises thereafter in Dallas, Tex., until death.

ARMSTRONG, JOSEPH MOTIER Insurance

        Box 795, Wilmington; s. 1902-05; b. Tempe, Arizona, Dec. 22, 1884; p John S. and Sarah Motier (Finch); m. Willie Rosa Thomas, 1910; Sigma Nu; Gorgon's Head; clerk Atl. Nat. Bank., Wilmington, 1905-07; treas. Atl. Fert. co., Balto. 1908-10; owner Asheland Dept. Store, Hillsdale, Md. 1910-12; cashier and active vice-pres. Bank of Robeson, Maxton 1912-15; mgr. auto. bus. Maxton 1915-21; ins. agent. Wilmington 1922-; mayor Maxton 1914-16; chmn. sch. bd. 1914-16; fuel supervisor Robeson co., 1914-16; chmn. Red Cross drive Maxton 1914-16; chmn. Liberty Loan drive 1914-16; Episcopalian.

ARMSTRONG, JOHN SAMUEL, JR.

        1200 Eutaw place, Baltimore, Md.; s. 1907-09; b. Tempe, Ariz., Sept. 11, 1888; p. John S. and Sarah (Finch); m. Winifred Fitz-Gerald, Mar. 1, 1916; Sigma Nu; consular service 1909-20; vice-consul Cork, Ireland; Naples, Italy; Vancouver. B. C., Canada; and Saloniki,


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Greece: American consul Bristol, Eng. and Venice, Italy; resigned 1920; Episcopalian.

*ARMSTRONG, JAMES WATSON Teacher

         Orange co.; A. B. 1827.

*ARMSTRONG, MARTIN W.

        Germantown; s. 1814-19; lawyer; mem. genl. assembly, Ala.

ARMSTRONG, RAY Teacher

        Armstrong apts., Gastonia; A.B. 1918; b. Belmont, Aug. 12, 1893; p. Geo. M. and Mary (Smith); m. Sarah Kornegay, June 27, 1922; Phi Beta Kappa; Golden Fleece; teacher Greensboro H. S. 1919, Goldsboro H. S. 1919-21, Gastonia H. S. 1921; prin. Kinston H. S. 1923-24; May 15, 1918-Feb. 1919; O. T. C. at Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C.; O. T. C. at Camp Taylor, Lousville, Ky; 10th F. A. 29th reg., Funston, Kans.; pvt. to 2nd lieut.; Baptist.

ARMSTRONG, THOMAS JAMES Minister

        Rocky Point; A. B. 1909; B. D. Yale Divinity Sch.; b. Rocky Point, Aug. 3, 1887; p. Thomas James and Annie E. (Durham); m. Pauline Wiley, June 15, 1915; Di Soc.; pastor Congregational Church, Herndon, Va., 1913-15; ibid. 1st Congregational Church, Key West, Fla., 1916-; Congregationalist.

*ARMSTRONG, THOMAS LAPSLEY

        Orange co.; A. B. 1832; tutor 1833-34.

*ARMSTRONG, THOMAS T.

        Germantown; Tennessee; s. 1828.

*ARMSTRONG, VOLNEY

        Bryan, Tex.; d. Dec., 1912; s. 1892-94.

ARNETTE, JOHN MADISON Minister

        Wagram; g. s. 1913-15; A. B. Wake Forest col. 1902;. Sou. Bapt. Theo. Sem. 1902-03; 1906-07; b. Carthage, Nov. 24, 1872; m. Annie Jones McIntosh, Sanford, Jan. 3, 1900; pastor Edgemont Bapt. Church, Durham, 1902; Western ave., Statesville, 1903-05; First Bapt, Albermarle, 1905-06; Grace Church, Durham, 1907-14; Mebane Bapt., Mebane, 1915-16; First Bapt., Badin, 1916-20; Spring Hill, Wagram, 1920-.

ARNOLD, CLYDE RANDOLPH

        Neuse; s. 1921-22; b. Neuse, Nov. 6, 1900.

ARNOLD, DUMA CARROLL

        Neuse; B. S. 1919; b. Neuse, Sept. 1, 1892; p. J. H. and -- --.

*ARNOLD, HUGH M. Planter

        Newman, Ga.; b. 1842; s. 1860-62; A. B. 1911 as of 1863; C. S. A.

*ARNOLD, SAMUEL JAMES Planter

        Newman, Ga.; b. 1841; d. 1908; s. 1860-61; A. B. 1911 as of 1864; C. S. A.

ARONSON, ARTHUR AARON

        Raleigh; s. 1913-15; b. Raleigh, Dec. 14, 1895; p. B. S. and-- --.

ARPS, ERNEST GUILFORD

        Franklinton; s. p. 1920-21; b. Plymouth, July 10, 1895; p. E. G. and -- --.

ARPS, PERCY MADISON Druggist

        Columbia; s. p. 1915-16; b. Washington co., May 22, 1891; p. Joseph Madison and Albina (Everett); m. Sarah Maxine Tatum, June 20, 1917; mgr. Tyrell Drug co., Columbia 1916-18; mgr. Plymouth Drug. co., 1918; mgr. Fisher Pharm., Cape Charles, 1918-19; bought Tyrrell Drug co., Nov. 1919; U. S. Naval hosp., Portsmouth, Va., 1918-19; H. A. 1st class; Episcopalian.

ARRASMITH, THOMAS MILTON, JR. Physician

        Hillsboro; pres. Ancon hosp. Canal Zone; s. 1917-22; Jefferson Med. col. M. D. 1924; b. Hillsboro, Jan. 5, 1900; p. Thomas Milton and Mary Nash (Strudwick); Phi Chi; Presbyterian.

ARRASMITH, WILLIAM STRUDWICK Architectural Designer

        956 S. Brook st., Louisville, Ky.; s. 1916-17; B. S. in Arch. Univ. of Ill. 1917-21; b. Hillsboro, July 15, 1898; p Thomas Milton and Mary (Strudwick) m. Elizabeth Beam, Roberson, Ill.; varsity baseball 3 yrs. (at Ill.); Alpha Rho Chi; with T. C. Atwood co., Chapel Hill, July-Dec. 1921; E. T. Hutchings, architect, Jan. 1922-Mar. 1923; now with Brinton B. Davis, architects, as arch. designer; S. A. T. C., Univ. of Ill., 4 mo.; 2nd lieut. engrs. O. R. C.; Presbyterian.

ARRINGTON, ARTHUR Insurance

        Chesterton apt., 16th and "R" sts., N. W., Washington. D. C.; A. B. 1878; b. Jonesboro, July 30, 1855; teacher; insurance.

*ARRINGTON, ARCHIBALD H. Lawyer

        Montgomery, Ala.; b. June 27, 1843; d. July 15, 1862 (of wounds received at Malvern Hill); s. 1859-61; A. B. 1911 as of 1862; col. C. S. A.; Episcopalian.

*ARRINGTON, ARCHIBALD HUNTER

        From Hillardstown; Rocky Mt.; b. July 30, 1858; d. Dec. 19, 1892; s. 1876-79; bus. col., Poughkeepsie, N. Y.; farmer; telegraph operator.

*ARRINGTON, GEORGE W. Teacher

        From Nash co.; Beaufort, N. C.; b. Nash co., Aug. 13, 1832; d. Beaufort, Dec. 2, 1894; m. Mary Eliza Patterson, 1858; s. 1852-53; teacher Rocky Mount and Beaufort; 2nd lieut. N. C. 52nd reg., C. S. A.; Methodist.

*ARRINGTON, GEORGE WIMBERLY Tobacconist

        Hilliardston; b. Aug. 18, 1864; d. Henderson, Jan. 29, 1885; s. 1882-84.


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*ARRINGTON, JAMES N. Lawyer

        From Nash co.; Montgomery, Ala.; b. Jan. 18, 1835; d. Aug. 12, 1894; s. 1851-53; Episcopalian.

*ARRINGTON, RICHARD BOLTON

        Warrenton; b. June 17, 1873; d. White Plains, N. Y., April 16, 1913; m. Ethel Lewis; s. 1891-92; pvt. sec. to B. N. and J. B. Duke; sec.-treas. Sou. Power Co., of N. C. and S. C.; Episcopalian.

*ARRINGTON, RICHARD TURNER Merchant

        Warrenton; b. Jan. 3, 1833; d. Oct. 4, 1901; m. Bettie Jones Plummer, Nov. 2, 1853; A. B. 1853; commission merchant; C. S. A.; Episcopalian.

ARRINGTON, SAMUEL LEWIS Lawyer

        408 Florida ave., Rocky Mount; s. 1918-21; LL.B. Wake Forest col.; b. Rocky Mount, May 3, 1899; p. Thomas Mann and Florence Josephine (Avera); Phi Soc.; Theta Chi; Phi Alpha Delta; U. S. commissioner; S. A. T. C., U. N. C. 1918; Pythian; D. O. K. K.; Baptist.

*ARRINGTON, THOMAS CRAWFORD

        Nash co.; m. Anna Lankford; s. 1838-39; planter and physician; Methodist.

ARRINGTON, THOMAS MANN

        From Nash co.; Montgomery, Ala.; b. Aug. 29, 1829; d. Nov. 30, 1894; m. Mary Goldthwaite, Dec. 18, 1861; A.B. 1849; mem. genl. assem., Ala.; judge Montgomery city ct.; lieut.-col. C. S. A.; judge Ala. supr. ct.

†ARRINGTON, WILLIAM MATTHEW

        Mount Airy; s. 1911-12; Mars Hill col.; b. Mt. Airy, 1888; p. Rev. C. C. and -- --.

ARROWOOD, FRED MONROE School Superintendent

        Jamestown; A.B. 1922; b. Bessemer City, July 27, 1893; p. Drury M. and Nannie Jane (Davis); m. Elizabeth Julie Cate, May 31, 1922; Di Soc.; supt. of schools, Jamestown, July 1, 1921-; enlisted June 16, 1917 Ft. Thomas, Ky.; Ft. Sill, Okla., July 1, 1917-Dec. 19, 1917; Camp Wheeler, Ga., Dec. 19, 1917-June 17, 1918; Camp McClellan, Ala. June 17, 1918-Aug. 7, 1918; Camp Merritt, N. J., Aug. 7-Aug. 17, 1918; France Aug. 17, 1918-June 20, 1919; discharged Camp Lee, Va., July 1, 1919; no battles; with 8th F. A., U. S. reg. army; 1st 10 mo. with battery "D," 8th F. A.; remainder hdq. co., 8th F. A.; pvt. to corp.; Presbyterian.

ARROWOOD, SYLVIA LOUISE

        (See Latshaw, Mrs. Harry Franklin).

ARTHUR, JOHN ABRAM Editor

        W. 2nd st., Washington; s. l. 1891-92; b. Aurora, Nov. 16, 1870; p. James A. and Carrie Dianah (Swindell); m. Varona Keith Ayers, Oct. 30, 1901; Kappa Alpha; lawyer 2 yrs.; editor first daily paper Washington; city editor Newport News. Va., Times Herald; editor Washington Gazette Messenger; Belhaven Journal; Greenville Daily News; city editor Washington Daily News; Methodist.

ASBURY, JOSEPH JENNINGS

        3731 Cliff road, Birmingham. Ala.; A. B. 1900; b. Charlotte, Jan. 6, 1880: p Josiah and Mary Exther (Farrow); m. Mary Oliver Ware, Apr. 17, 1913; Phi Delta Theta; Methodist.

ASHBY, C. L. G. Lawyer

        Graham bldg., Jacksonville, Fla.; A.B.--LL. B. 1922; Phi Soc; gym team; Phi Beta Kappa; Episcopalian.

ASHBY, THOMAS BENTON, JR.

        S. Main st., Mt. Airy: s. 1917: Trinity col.; b. Mt. Airy, June 13, 1900; p. Thomas Benton and Myrtle E. (Ross); S. A. T. C., U. N. C. 1918; Methodist.

*ASHCRAFT, CARL WILLIAM

        Elkin; b. Monroe, Nov. 15, 1879; s. p. 1904.

ASHE, GEORGE TILGHMAN

        R. F. D. "B," Box 247, Bakersfield, Cal.; s. 1922-23; Univ. of Cal.; b. Bakersfield, Cal., Oct. 25, 1902; p. Elliot Mitchell and Christine (Ruthledge); Delta Sigma; R. O. T. C., Univ. of Cal.; Presbyterian.

*ASHE, JOHN B.

        From Tenn.; Galveston, Tex.; b. Rocky Point, 1810; d. Jan., 1858; s. 1831-32; A. B. Trinity col., Conn.; lawyer; mem. congress from Tenn., 1843-45.

*ASHE, RICHARD JAMES

        From Hillsboro; Bakersfield, Cal.; b. 1821; d. Aug. 21, 1899; A.B. 1842; merchant; lawyer; genl. assem. Cal.; capt. co. "B" Bethel reg. also Orange light inf. which became co. "D" in the Bethel reg. C. S. A.

ASHE, SAMUEL ACOURT, JR. Deputy Clerk

        16 N. Boylan ave., Raleigh; s. 1889-92; s. l. 1893; b. Raleigh, Feb. 7, 1874; p. Samuel Acourt and Hannah Emerson (Willard); m. Wyndham Theodosia Trapier, Apr. 25, 1900; Phi Kappa Sigma; football; editor Chapel Hillian, first college paper at Chapel Hill; prin. Bladenboro H. S. 1892-95; clerk Caraleigh Cotton Mills, Raleigh, 1895-96; sec.-treas. Raleigh Hosiery co., 1896-1911; Farming 1911-17; chief deputy clerk U. S. dist. ct., Raleigh, Jan. 1, 1918-; entered Raleigh Home Guards as pvt. July, 1917; discharged as sergt. Aug. 12, 1921; Episcopalian.

*ASHE, SAMUEL PORTER

        Halifax co.; b. about 1781; d. 1842; s. 1806; mem. N. C. house of c. 1823-25.

*ASHE, SAMUEL SWAN

        From Houston, Tex.; Galveston, Tex.; b. 1838; d. Apr. 18, 1921; s. 1855-57; sheriff; clerk criminal ct.; Tex. genl. assem.


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*ASHE, THOMAS SAMUEL Jurist

        From Perry co., Ala.; Wadesboro; b. Orange co., July 19, 1812; d. Feb. 7, 1887; A.B. 1832; A.M. 1838; LL.D. 1878; Bingham sch.; mem. house of c. 1842-54; solicitor 5th dist., 1847-51; state sen. 1854; mem. Confed. Congr. 1861-64; Confed. States sen. 1864; mem. U. S. Cong. 1873-77; asso. justice supr. ct. 1878-87; trustee U. N. C. 1842-68, 1877-83.

ASHE, WILLIAM WILLARD Forester

        930 "F" st., N. W., Washington, D. C.; B. Litt. 1891; M. S. Cornell 1892; b. Raleigh, June 4, 1872; p. Samuel Acourt and Hannah (Willard); m. Mrs. Margaret Henry Wilcox; asst. dist. forester, U. S. forest service; sec. nat. forest reservation comm.; author numerous articles on milling efficiency and forest economics, several used as text books in tech. schools; Episcopalian.

ASHFORD, CHARLES HALL Student

        17 Broad st., New Bern; A. B. 1923; s. m. 1923-; b. New Bern, Apr. 12, 1902; p. Thomas Percy and Sudie Bradley (Hall); Phi Soc.; Phi Chi; Phi Beta Kappa; Kappa Alpha; Methodist.

†ASHLEY, CHESTER G.

        Little Rock, Ark.; s. 1864-65.

ASHMAN, JAMES ERNEST

        91 S. Market st., East Palestine, O.; s. 1922-23; b. East Palestine, O., July 19, 1902; p. J. R. and -- --.

*ASHURST, JOHN MILTON Lawyer

        Eatonton, Ga.; b. 1817; d. 1852; s. 1834-35; solicitor genl. Ga. 1845; mem. Ga. genl. assem.

*ASKEW, ABNER HARRELL Physician

        From Harrellsville; Winton; b. Apr. 9, 1844; d. Feb. 1905; A.B. 1866; M. D. Univ. Pa., 1869.

*ASKEW, ANDREW JACKSON Physician

        Bertie co.; b. Nov. 14, 1817; d. Sept. 29, 1874; m. Mary Cross, July 16, 1839; s. 1837-38; Baptist.

*ASKEW, CHARLES THOMPSON

        From Raleigh; New York, N. Y.; b. Nov. 30, 1858; d. Sierra Madre, Cal., Dec. 31, 1923; s. 1875-78; paper manufacturer 1878-80; merchant 1880-1923.

*ASKEW, DAVID OUTLAW Planter

        From Bertie co.; Columbus, Miss.; m. Martha Etheridge; s. 1815.

ASKEW, EDWARD STEPHENSON Farmer and Banker

        Windsor; pres. Merry Hill; A.B. 1899; Randolph Macon col. 1893-94; b. Windsor, Feb. 17, 1874; p. Richard Watson and Elizabeth (Webb); m. Nellie Ashburn Bond, July 15, 1909; Phi Soc.; grad. cum laude; Phi Delta Theta; Gorgon's Head; compositor and assistant pub. Windsor Ledger; pres. Citizens' Bank of Windsor; farmer; chairman Bertie co. dem. exec. com.; mayor of Windsor; mem. of N. C. fisheries board; Odd Fellow; Episcopalian.

ASKEW, GRADY D. Merchant

        Harrellsville; s. 1910-12; b. Harrellsville, Feb. 14, 1893; p. Jno. O. and Mary D. (Valentine); Pi Kappa Alpha; genl. mercantile bus., Askew Bros., 1916-; U. S. army 1917-19; Baptist.

*ASKEW, GEORGE WASHINGTON

        Columbus, Miss.; b. Feb. 22, 1838; A. B. 1860; manufacturer; capt. C. S. A.; ry. employee.

ASKEW, JOHN OUTLAW, JR. Merchant

        Harrellsville; s. 1906-08; b. Harrellsville, Aug. 30, 1888; p. John O. and Mary D. (Valentine); genl. mercantile bus. since leaving col.; co. comm., Hertford co.; road supr. Harrellsville township; town comm. Harrellsville; vice-pres. Bank of Harrellsville; Baptist.

ASTON, MCKAY BERNARD Mine Owner

        210 N. 5th ave., Goldfeld, Nev.; A. B. 1896; Univ. of Tenn. 1885-86; b. Greene co., Jan. 31, 1869; p. James Morfed and Mary Ellen (Taylor); m. Anne Penn, Mar. 23, 1901; Di Soc; in politics Tenn. 1896-97; taught Latin, Simmons col., Tex., 1897-98; publisher 1898-1903; since 1903 mine owner and operator in Nevada and neighboring mining states; pioneer Goldfield and Rhyolite, Nev.; state comm. and chmn. co. exec. com. progressive party 1912; Nev. delegate and committeeman in state, congressional and co. organizations; organized Elks at Goldfield, obtaining charter in Phila., 1907; volunteered Spanish-American war, but failed physical exam.; Mason; York and Scottish Rite; Shriner; Elk; Pythian; Odd Fellow.

ATCHLEY, RODERICK CROWELL

        Morristown, Tenn.; s. 1921-23; Univ. of Tenn., 1919; b. Asheville, Oct. 12, 1902; p. T. D. and Mildred Crowell; Phi Soc.

*ATKINS, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Lawyer

        From Cumberland co.; Columbus, Tex.; d. Oct. 1894; A.B. 1841; mem. house of commons 1844; col., C. S. A.

ATKINS, BENJAMIN THOMAS Physician

        Gold Hill; s. m. 1898-1900; M. D., S. C. Med. col. 1901; b. Feb. 12, 1877.

ATKINS, CRAIG STARBUCK

        1832 Biltmore st., Washington, D. C.; s. 1920-21; Baltimore Poly. Inst.; A. B. Geo. Washington univ., 1923; s. l. ibid. 1928-; b. Greensboro, Aug. 17, 1903; p. B. F. and Neva O.; Theta Upsilon.


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*ATKINS, DONAH JOSIAH

        Durham; b. Durham co., Apr. 5, 1881; d. July 9, 1908; Ph.G. 1907; pharmacist Haywood and King, Durham, N. C., 3 yrs.; employee P. W. Vaughan co.

ATKINS, EARNEST WILLIAM

        Canyon, Tex.; pres. J. H. U. Homewood, Baltimore, Md.; g. s. M.A. 1921; A.B. W. Tex. col. 1920; b. Denton, Tex., Oct. 18, 1898; p. T. R. R. and Josephine (London); Baptist.

ATKINSON, ALEXANDER MORSE Engineer and Contractor

        Enfield; s. 1908-12; b. Enfield, Jan. 19, 1888; p. Henry Cary and Kate Elizabeth (Martin); track team 4 yrs., capt. 1911; sou. champ. hammer throw, 1911; instructor in drawing, U. N. C., 1912-13; surveying and drafting 1913; manufacturer horse remedies 1914-15; for last ten years registered engr. and bldg. contractor; mayor of Enfield 1919-21; J. P.; Baptist.

*ATKINSON, EDWARD RUFFIN

        Edgecombe co.; b. 1843; killed at Charlottesville, Va., Oct. 29, 1863; s. 1860-61; honorary A. B. 1911; C. S. A.

ATKINSON, FRANK CLAYBORN

        Asheville; s. (Winter qtr.) 1922-23; b. Asheville, Aug. 16, 1902; p. E. B. and--.

ATKINSON, JASPER SIDNEY

        Elkin; s. 1897-1900; b. Siloam, Dec. 30, 1876; p. Samuel Josiah and Sarah Russel (Jones); m. May Elizabeth Butner, June 27, 1904; dealer in wholesale groceries; real est. and insurance; co. board educ. 1904-10; Methodist Episcopal (South).

ATKINSON, JOHN WILDER

        Wilmington; pres. P. O. Box 1181, Richmond, Va.; s. 1884-86.

†ATKINSON, MAHLON HICKS

        Salisbury; s. 1914-15; b. Salisbury, Jan. 17, 1894; p. Lawrence R. and -- -- --.

ATKINSON, SAMUEL HUGH Farmer

        Siloam; s. 1921-22; Elon col.; b. Siloam, Apr. 16, 1901; p. Samuel Josiah and Sarah Russell (Jones); m. Ola Reeves Marion, Dec. 5, 1923; Baptist.

ATKINSON, THOMAS HARRIS, JR. Merchant

        Selma; s. p. 1891-92; b. Selma, Mar. 3, 1874; p. Thomas Harris and Martha (Richardson); m. Mattie Hood Williams, June 26, 1915; Phi Soc.; retail druggist 1892-1919; pres. Robert Atkinson co., genl. merchants, 1919; pres. Growers' Commercial Bank, Haines City, Fla., 1921-; Mason; Methodist.

ATKINSON, WADE HAMPTON Physician and Surgeon

        1402 "M" st., N. W., Washington, D. C.; s. 1884-86; s. m. Columbia; Col. Phys. and Surg., Chicago; M. D. Univ. of Georgetown 1889; b. near Princeton, Nov. 4, 1866; p. Thomas Harris and Martha A. R. (Richardson); m. May S. Holloway, Feb. 27, 1897; m. Mary C. Eshman, Apr. 10, 1907; teacher 1884-85; messenger Treas. Dept., Washington, D. C. 1886-89; clerk census off. 1890; resident physician Emergency hosp. 1891; private practice med. and surg. May 1892-; Med. Soc. of D. C.; Amer. Med. Assn.; Med. Soc. of N. C.; draft board examiner; Mason; Baptist.

ATKINSON, WADE HAMPTON, JR. Student

        1402 "M" st., N. W., Thomas Circle, Washington, D. C.; pres. Jesus Col., Oxford Univ., England; A. B. 1922; A. M. 1923; Oxford Univ.; Va. Mil. Inst.; b. Washington, D. C., May 16, 1901; p. Dr. W. H. and May S. Holloway.

ATTMORE, GEORGE SITGREAVES, JR. Credit Manager

        Box 263, New Bern; s. 1902-07 A. B.; b. Stonewall, Apr. 13, 1884; p. Dr. G. S. and Katie Bynum (Lane); m. Blanche Roget Walshe, Oct. 16, 1923; with Nat. Bank of New Bern until Oct. 1919; started as asst. bookkeeper, resigned as asst. cashier; state bank examiner, Raleigh 1919-20; credit mgr. E. H. & J. A. Meadows co., 1912-24; credit mgr. J. E. Latham co., Greensboro; Episcopalian.

*ATTMORE, ISAAC TAYLOR

        New Bern; b. Nov 22, 1838; killed at Spottsylvania Ct. House, May 12 1864; A. B. 1860; C. S. A.

*ATWATER, ALFRED SIDNEY Physician

        Chatham co.; b. Oct. 17, 1862; d. Dec. 11, 1902; s. 1881-82; M. D. Vanderbilt 1883.

ATWATER, CARNEY BYNUM Banker

        Hillsboro st., Raleigh; s. 1898-1900; b. Chatham co., Mar. 2, 1879; p. Edmund Warren and Margaret (Bynum); Fidelty Bank, Durham 1899-1916; Merchants Nat. Bank, Raleigh 1918-1923; Wachovia Bank & Trust co., Raleigh, 1923-; Methodist.

ATWATER, GARLAND MARVIN Druggist

        2nd st., Washington; s. p. 1910-12; b. Granville co., July 30, 1890; p. Dr. Alfred Sidney and La Cena (Roberts); m. Celia Miltiere Winslow, June 25, 1913; druggist Albermarle Phar., Elizabeth City 3 1-2 yrs. ibid. Standard Phar., Elizabeth City, 1916-18; purchaser and operator drug bus. of Dr. J. G. Blount, Washington, 1918-; Episcopalian.

ATWATER, HENRY ANDERSON

        Burlington; s. 1918-19; b. Burlington, Nov. 6, 1899; p. J. W. and -- --.

ATWATER, JOHN WILSON Automobile Dealer

        809 W. Davis st., Burlington; s. 1921-22; b. Burlington, Dec. 6, 1902; p. L. E. and -- --; with Burlington Auto co.


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AULD, B. FRANKLIN Minister

        Keenesburg, Colo.; A. B. 1916; g. s. 1917; Denver univ. 1920-22; Iliff Sch. Theo., Denver, Colo., 1922-; b. Baltimore, Md., Dec. 12, 1892; p. Edward Wesley and Bertha A. (McDaniel); m. Marion Evans, Oct. 31, 1917; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Soc.; editor-in-chief, Univ. Magazine; instructor math., U. N. C. 1916-17; civ. service comm., Washington, D. C., 1917-18; chief clerk, Fed. board for voc. educ., Denver, Colo., 1919-20; cost acct. Bkrs. Supply co., Denver, 1921-22; pastor, Keenesburg Community Church, 1924-; Methodist Episcopal.

AULL, LUTHER BACHMAN

        Greenwood, S. C.; M. S. 1924.

AUSTIN, BERTHA

        Rising Fawn, Ga.; s. 1921-22 (pub. wel. sch.); George Wash. univ.; b. Rising Fawn, Ga., Oct. 22, 1885; p. Rev J. F. and -- -- --.

*AUSTIN, CHARLES JEFFRIES Merchant

        Tarboro; b. Aug. 31, 1842; d. Tarboro, Dec. 3, 1920; m. Emily Semple Cheseman, May 8, 1873; A. B. 1865; served in Scotland Neck cavalry; Baptist.

AUSTIN, CLARENCE M. Lawyer

        Gastonia; spec. l. 1920-21.

AUSTIN, DEWITT RAY Physician

        809 Realty bldg., Charlotte; B.S. 1915; M. D. Jefferson Med. col. 1917; Univ. of Pa., 1919-20; b. Apr. 8, 1892; p. Dr. J. A. and Sarah Wilma (Duncan); m. Allie Margaret West, Sept. 20, 1922; 1st lieut.-capt. med. corps 81st div. 321st inf. 1917-19; Mason; Presbyterian.

*AUSTIN, EDWARD

        North Carolina; s. 1821.

AUSTIN, ERNEST FLAVIUS

        Gastonia; s. 1918-19.

AUSTIN, HENRY EXUM Physician

        Box 361, Middletown, Conn.; s. 1907; s. m. 1908-10; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1912; Med. Col. Yale univ. 1923-24; Johns Hopkins and Neurological Institute, New York, 1917; b. Clayton, Dec. 28, 1887; p. L. F. and Elizabeth (Hinnant); m. Annie Carey Bronner, Dec. 24, 1917; interne Mercer hosp., Trenton, N. J., 1912-13; junior asst. physician 1913-14; physician in charge City Detention hosp., Balto., 1914-17; med. officer U. S. Army 1917-19; senior asst. physician Conn. State hosp., Middletown, Oct., 1919-; clinical director and Pathologist Conn. State hosp., July, 1914; entered med. res. corps U. S. Army Oct., 1917; stationed Balto., N. Y. C., Ft. Thomas, Ky., Ft. Sam Houston, Tex.; mobilized with evac. hosp. No. 17; sailed from San Francisco for Vladivostok, Siberia, Sept. 1, 1918; neuro-psychiatrist Siberian exposition; landed San Francisco May 5, 1919; genl. hosp. No. 43, Hampton, Va.; discharged Ft. McHenry, Balto. Oct. 20, 1919; Baptist.

AUSTIN, HENRY PENNINGTON, JR.

        Box 317, Hamlet; s. 1921-23; b. Atlanta, Ga., June 4, 1904; p. Henry Pennington and Annie (Byrd); m. Alice Mary Sta ples, May 18, 1923; Methodist.

AUSTIN, HENRY WILSON

        Mource; s. 1879-80; b. Union co., Aug. 6, 1860; merchant; farmer; stock-raiser.

AUSTIN, JAMES ALLEN Lawyer

        129 Steele st., High Point; LL.B. 1911; b. New London, Nov. 6, 1886; p. Jacob Daniel and Mary Jane (Talley); m. Nancy Kearns. Oct. 28, 1914; lawyer High Point 1912-; judge municipal court High Point 1917-18; N. C. gen. assem. 1921-23; Mason; Elk; Methodist.

AUSTIN, JAMES HERMAN Traveling Salesman

        200 Central ave., Charlotte; s. a. 1918-21; s. m. 1921-22; b. Charlotte, Dec. 11, 1898; p. Dr. J. A. and Sarah W. -- --.

AUSTIN, JOHN WATSON Specialist

        110 Roland Park, High Point; s. m. 1906-08; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1910; b. near New London, July 14, 1883; p. Jacob D. and Mary Jane (Talley); m. Etta Auman, June 9, 1913; Phi Chi; resident physician Atlantic City gen'l. hosp. 1910-11; gen'l. practice Denton 2 yrs.; p. g. work eye, ear. nose and throat, Polyclinic hosp., Phila. and Post Grad. hosp., N. Y. C.; practice in High Point last 10 yrs. limited to eye. ear, nose and throat; mem. High Point exemption board; Methodist Episcopal (South.)

AUSTIN, MEAK ERVIN Teacher and Farmer

        R. F. D. 7, Monroe; s. 1915; b. Union co., Mar. 13, 1892; p. Josiah Ellis and Mary Jane (Rae); taught 1916; home-steading in Wyo. 1920-21; since then teaching and farming in Union co., N. C.; enlisted Monroe July, 1917; battery "D" 113th F. A.; trained Camp Sevier; sailed France May 20, 1918; engaged at St. Mihiel, Argonne Forest, Meuse Argonne and Woeure sector; discharged Mar. 28, 1919 Camp Jackson, Columbia, S. C.; corp.; True Light Church.

*AUSTIN, RUFUS EUGENE Lawyer

        Albemarle; b. Union co., Oct. 19, 1866; s. l. 1891-92.

*AUSTIN, ROBERT HENRY Merchant

        Tarboro; b. Feb. 11, 1810; d. Tarboro, July 31, 1890; m. Jannet Jeffries; s. 1826-30; treas. Edgecombe co. for 30 or 40 yrs.

AUSTIN, SHELDON CLYDE

        Richfield; pres. Elkin; B.S. in C.E. 1921; b. New London, Dec. 5, 1899; p. Robert Lee and -- --; Delta Sigma Phi; Methodist.


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AUSTIN, SAMUEL FRANCIS Judge Recorder's Court

        Nashville; A.B. 1893; s. l. 1895; b. Johnston co., Sept. 20, 1869; p. Joseph and Sarah (Young); m. Ida Batchelor, Jan. 14, 1903; taught, 1894; banking; mercantile bus.; supt. of educ.; last 10 yrs. Judge Recorder's ct.; chm'n. exemption board during war; mem. gen. assem. 1905; Methodist Episcopal (South.)

AUSTIN, TRUMAN B.

        Raeford; s. 1921-22; Baptist.

AUSTIN, TROY EDWARD Druggist

        Roxboro; s. p. 1892-93; b. Clayton, Aug. 2, 1879; p. Joseph and Sarah (Young); druggist Roxboro 1894-, Hambrick & Austin; pres. Bank of Roxboro; Methodist.

AUSTIN, WILLIAM BRYANT Attorney

        Jefferson; A.B., LL.B., 1919; b. Laurel Springs, May 3, 1891; p. Geo. Bryant and Alice (Woodie); Theta Chi; law firm Bowie & Austin, 1919-22; W. B. Austin, atty., 1922-; co. atty., Ashe co.; chm'n. dem. exec. com. Ashe co., 1920-; pvt. Oct. 2, 1917; discharged Dec. 25, 1918, 2nd lieut. machine gun div., Camp Hancock, Augusta, Ga.; Methodist.

*AUSTIN, WILLIAM HENRY

        Tarboro; b. Nov. 1840; d. March, 1865; s. 1857-59; sergt., C. S. A.

AUSTIN, WILLIS HINTON Merchant and Farmer

        Smithfield; s. 1893-96; p. Joseph and Sarah (Young); m. Ada Stevens, Dec. 26, 1900; merchant; banker; cotton manufacturer; farmer.

AUTEN, JOHN ALEXANDER Merchant

        R. F. D. 7, Statesville road, Charlotte; s. 1904-5; b. Mecklenburg co.; p. June W. and Bell; m. Bessie Martin, Charlotte, April 7, 1916; Pythian; D. O. K. K.; Presbyterian.

†AUTEN, JOHN NATHANIEL

        Charlotte; s. 1911-12; b. Charlotte, July 19, 1891; p. J. H. and -- --.

AVENT, BEN RUSH, JR. Stenographer

        301 N. Poplar st., Charlotte; s. 1921-22; b. Jonesboro, June 8, 1902; p. B. R. and Elizabeth (Cole); Methodist.

*AVENT, CLYDE BENJAMIN

        Durham; b. June 8, 1883; s. p. 1905-06.

AVENT, JOSEPH EMORY Educator

        Abingdon, Va.; A.B. 1901; Columbia 1912-13; A.M. 1921-22; b. Wake co., Apr. 3, 1878; p. J. W. and Martha Cornelia (Womble); m. Rose Spencer Utley, Aug. 1, 1901; Phi Soc.; prin. Morven H. S. 1901-02; supt. Maxton graded sch. 1902-05; supt. Bessemer City graded sch. 1905-06; supt. Morganton graded sch. 1906-09; supt. city sch., Goldsboro, 1909-12; prof. of educ. State Teachers' col., Radford, Va., 1913-21; pres. Martha Washington col., Amingdon, Va., 1922-; Methodist.

*AVENT, THOMAS W. Planter

        Nash co.; s. 1833-34.

AVERITT, BEATRICE

        (See Willis, Mrs. L. B.).

*AVERITT, JESSE

        From Bertie co.; Miccosukie, Fla.; b. 1831; d. June 12, 1864, (of wound received at battle of Wilderness, May 6); s. 1851-53; sergt., C. S. A.

*AVERITT, JOHN A. Planter

        From Onslow co.; Talladega, Fla.; b. Feb. 1, 1829; killed in battle before Atlanta, Aug. 26, 1864; s. 1847-48; capt. C. S. A.

*AVERITT, JAMES LEONIDAS

        From Miccosukie, Fla.; Madison co., Miss.; b. 1834; d. 1881; A.B. 1856; capt. C. S. A.

*AVERY, ALPHONSO CALHOUN Jurist

        Morganton; b. Burke co., Sept. 11, 1835; d. June 13, 1913; m. Susan Washington Morrison, Feb. 27, 1861; m. Sallie Love Thomas, Jan., 1889; A.B. 1857; LL.D. 1889; M.A. 1889; A.M. Trinity; lawyer; state senator, 1866-67; mem. const. conv. 1875; presidential elector, 1876; judge sup'r ct., 1878-88; asso. justice supr. ct., 1888-96; mem. house of commons, 1866-70; maj. and asst. adj. and inspector gen'l. N. C., C. S. A., maj. 17th battalion.

*AVERY, CLARK MOULTON

        Morganton; b. 1819; d. June 18, 1864, (of wound received in battle of Wilderness May 6); m. Elizabeth Tilghman Walton; A.B. 1839; capt. 1st N. C. vols.; col. C. S. A., Branch's brigade, 7th reg.; col. 33d N. C. troops, Lane's brigade, Wilcox's div. A. P. Hill's corps, Army of Northern Va.

AVERY, GLADYS LOVE

        (See Tillett, Mrs. Charles Walter, Jr.)

*AVERY, ISAAC ERWIN Planter

        Morganton; b. Dec. 20, 1828; d. Gettysburg, 1863; s. 1847-48; lieut.-col. and col. 6th N. C. reg. C. S. A.

AVERY, JOHN MOREHEAD Lawyer

        512-13 N. Tex. bldg., Dallas, Tex.; A.B. 1881; b. Morganton, Nov. 23, 1860.

AVERY, LENOIR THOMAS Tobacconist

        408 N. Green st., Morganton; A.B. 1910; N. Y. Law sch. N. Y. C., 1917; b. Morganton, Oct. 5, 1889; p. Alphonso Calhoun and Sallie Love (Thomas); Di Soc.; pres. Y. M. C. A.; Gimghoul; Alpha Tau Omega; father's law office 1910-1913; sec. to dir. British Amer. Tob. co., N. Y. C. 1913-17; leaf tob. buyer, Export Leaf Tob. co., Richmond, 1919-23; enlisted as pvt. N. Y. C. Sept. 29, 1917; co. "A" 302nd engrs., 77th div.; discharged as 2nd lieut. U. S. A. engrs., Camp Upton, N. Y., June, 1919; defensive sector, Oise-Aisne offensive; Meuse-Argonne offensive; Presbyterian.


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*AVERY, THOMAS L. Planter

        Morganton; A.B. 1841.

*AVERY, WILLOUGHBY F. Journalist

        Morganton; b. May 7, 1843; d. Nov. 24, 1876; m. Mattie Jones; m. Laura Atkinson, 1875; s. 1860-61; honorary A.B. 1911; capt., C. S. A. 33d reg.

AVERY, WILLIAM JOHNSTON Manufacturer

        301 Avery ave., Morganton; s. 1919-20; New York univ.; Columbia univ., 1922; b. Morganton, May 12, 1901; p. A. C. and Mary (Johnston); prin. Drexel H. S., 1921-22; reporter Greensboro Daily News 1922; asst. supt. Drexel Fur. co. 1923-; R. O. T. C., Waynesville, Va., 1918; Presbyterian.

*AVERY, WILLIAM WAIGHTSTILL

        Morganton; b. May 25, 1816; killed, Morganton, July 3, 1864; m. Corinna M. Morehead, May, 1864; A.B. 1837; A.M. 1850; trustee U. N. C. 1856-57; confederate states senator 1861; lawyer; mem. house of c. 1842 and 1850-52; state senator, 1856 and '60; speaker senate, 1856; col. C. S. A.; lieut. gov. 1856.

*AVIRETT, JAMES BATTLE Minister

        From Onslow co.; Upper Marlboro, Md.; s. 1850-52; chaplain, C. S. A.; Episcopalian.

AXLEY, JOHN HENRY

        Murphy; s. 1918-19.

AXLEY, LOWRY Teacher

        19 Gordon st., West, Savannah, Ga.; A.B. 1913; s. l. 1913-14; U. of Paris, France, 1919; Alliance Francaise, Paris, France, 1919; b. Murphy, Feb. 10, 1890; p. A. W. and Elizabeth (Henry); m. Nina Shaw, Dec. 25, 1919; track team; Di Soc.; law and teaching 1914-1917; law 1919-1922; head dept. of English, senior H. S., Savannah, Ga., 1922-; training camp Ft. McPherson, Ga., May 11, 1917; 1st lieut. Nov. 24, 1917; 82nd div.; 37th div.; 39th div.; aviation corps; 41st div.; 5th div.; discharged Camp Gordon, Ga., Oct. 19, 1919; Mason; Shriner; Presbyterian.

AXLEY, WILLARD MUNSEY Lawyer

        Murphy; s. l. 1903-04; b. July 18, 1876; p. Felix P. and Margaret P.; m. Anna Belle Barrier, Mount Pleasant, Sept. 26, 1912; judge co. recorder's ct.

AYCOCK, ALBERT ELIJAH

        Wedgefield, S. C.; s. 1879-80; b. Sumter co., S. C., Sept. 26, 1860; p. James H. and Elizabeth A.; m. Martha Virginia Orr, Sept. 28, 1884; Woodman of World; Holly Wood Camp No. 19, Sumter, S. C.

AYCOCK, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Lawyer

        Fremont; A.B. 1914; LL.B. 1916; b. Fremont, June 17, 1893; p. Benjamin Franklin and Sallie (Farmer); m. Lucy Robertson, Oct. 15, 1919; varsity baseball; Phi Soc.; Sigma Chi; lawyer Fremont 1916-17, 1921-; atty. Nahunta road comm. 1917; mayor Fremont 1916-17; deputy coll. int. revenue 1919-21; pvt.-corp.-sergt.-2nd lieut. 1st lieut.; bureau of contracts and records, Q. M. C., U. S. A., 1917-19.

*AYCOCK, CHARLES BRANTLEY, SR.

        Goldsboro; b. Nov. 1, 1859; d. April 4, 1912; m. Varina D. Woodard, May 20, 1881; m. Cora L. Woodard, Jan. 7, 1891; Ph.B. 1880; s. l. 1879-80; Wayne co. supt. schools; lawyer; U. S. dist. co. atty.; atty. 1893-97; presidential elector, 1888 and 1892; gov. N. C. 1901-05; trustee, U. N. C.; clerk sup'r ct. of Wayne; Baptist.

*AYCOCK, CHARLES BRANTLEY, JR.

        Goldsboro; b. Dec. 28, 1883; d. Aug. 11, 1901; s. 1899-1901.

*AYCOCK, CHARLES PICKNEY

        Pantego; b. Nov. 13, 1903; drowned, Belhaven, June 11, 1922; s. a. 1920-22; Methodist.

AYCOCK, FRANK BAYARD Realtor

        Fremont; s. 1901-2; b. Fremont, Dec. 12, 1882; p. Francis Marian and Zylphia Louisa (Newsome); m. Martha Morgan, Mar. 30, 1903; mercantile bus. 1904-10; farming 1910-14; real est. 1914-; mayor Fremont 1915-16; Pythian.

AYCOCK, FRANK BAYARD, JR.

        Fremont; A. B. 1924; b. Mar. 23, 1904; p. Frank Bayard and Martha (Morgan); Moravian.

AYCOCK, JESSE BARDIN Merchant

        Fremont; s. 1903-05; b. Fremont, June 19, 1887; p. Francis Marion and Zilphia Louise (Newsome); m. Jane Ferrell, Oct. 7, 1914; Mason; Pythian.

AYCOCK, JOHN LEE

        623 South Wabash ave., Chicago, Ill.; A.B. 1919; A.M. 1921; Columbia B. Litt., 1922; b. Goldsboro, Aug. 7, 1897; p. Charles Brantley and Cora Lily (Woodard); Phi. Soc.; Zeta Psi; Sigma Upsilon; Omega Delta; with Scott, Foresman & co., May 27, 1922-; Plattsburg train. camp, 1918; recommended for O. T. C. at Oglethorpe; Baptist.

AYCOCK, JOHN YANCEY Merchant

        Black Creek; s. 1920-21; b. Wilson, Aug. 31, 1902; p. M. B. and Annie E. (Moore); Sigma Nu; garage operator; farmer; merchant; Methodist.

AYCOCK, LELAND LECLAIR

        Fremont; s. 1916-18; b. Fremont, Jan. 14, 1898; p. Christopher Columbus and Addie (Barnes); S. A. T. C., U. N. C. 1918; Mason; Elk.

AYCOCK, MANALEUS DOUGLASS Garage Owner

        Black Creek; s. 1918-20; b. Wilson, Dec. 15, 1899; p. Manaleus Brukette and Annie Elizabeth (Moore); m. Alice Herring Flemming, Dec. 22, 1920; Phi. Soc.; Sigma Nu; owner Aycock Auto co.; farmer; Methodist; Pythian.


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AYCOCK, THOMAS BAYRON

        Pikeville; B.S. 1924; b. Dec. 9, 1896.

AYCOCK, WILLIAM PRESTON

        Selma; s. 1907-09.

AYDLETT, TRIM WHITE Manufacturer

        Main st., Elizabeth City; s. 1920-21; Univ. of Va.; b. Elizabeth City, Aug. 10, 1901; p. J. H. and Clate (White); manufacturer of keg staves; Elk; Baptist.

AYDLETT, WYATT RUDOLPH

        Elizabeth City; B.S. 1923; b. Aydlett, Jan. 11, 1901; p. Nathaniel Taylor and Lydia (Duncan); Baptist.

‡AYERS, WILLIAM CLEARBORNE

        Nichols, S. C.; s. m. 1890-91.

‡AZPIAZU, JUSTA ANGEL

        Havana, Cuba; s. 1911-12; Penn. State; b. Chaparra, Cuba, Jan. 23, 1890; p. Mrs. Waldina de Azpiazu.

B

BABB, JOSIAH SMITH Insurance

        12 Front st., Hertford; pres. Durham; A. B. 1920; M. A. 1921; b. Hertford, Feb. 21, 1899; p. W. L. F. and Helen (S); Kerr prize in geology; Sigma Zi; subsurface geologist Cia. Mex de Per. "El Aguilo" S. A. southern part of Vera Cruz, Mex. 1921-23; with state highway comm. 1923-Mar. 1924; insurance; 32nd degree Scottish Rite Mason; Episcopalian.

BABBITT, ELIZABETH HOWERTON CLARK

        10 Change st., New Bern; s. 1919-24; b. Mar. 8, 1889.

*BABBITT, ZEBULON VANCE Lawyer

        Bayboro; b. July 25, 1876; d. Nov. 13, 1915; s. l. 1912-13; lawyer 1913-15; U. S. Army service in Philippine Islands 1900-03; Mason; Presbyterian.

*BACKHOUSE, BENJAMIN W.

        New Bern; s. 1830-33.

*BACKHOUSE, JOHN ALLEN Minister

        New Bern; A. B. 1830; A. M. 1838; tutor 1830-31; Minister.

BACON, EDWARD ONSLOW Manufacturer

        106 Pembroke ave., M. P., Charlotte; A. B. 1917; b. Concord, Apr. 6, 1894; p. William E. and Nannie (Robbins); m. Francis Rosalie Ashbury, Dec. 9, 1920; pres. Sou. Waste co., inc., Newton 1916-17; auto salesman 1919; vice-pres. Charlotte Waste co., inc., 1919; Civitan club; Chamber of Commerce; pvt. Troop "A," N. C. N. G.; non-commissioned officer Apr. 6, 1917; attached to 30th div. France; served in intelligence dept.; Presbyterian.

BACON, FRANK ROBBINS Civil Engineer

        414 Kingston ave., Charlotte; pres. Box 668, Salisbury; B. S. in C. E. 1922; Catawba, 1916-18; b. Lynchburg, Va., July 16, 1899; p. Wm. Edward and Nannie (Robbins); with State highway comm.; now engaged in constructing hard surface roads for Rowan co.; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Methodist.

BACON, MABEL LOUISE Teacher

        414 Kingston ave., Charlotte; M. A. 1921; B. S. Catawba, 1916; b. Lynchburg, Va., Aug. 30, 1896; p. William Edward and Nancy (Robbins); teacher Mt. Airy H. S. 1921-22; Dobson consolidated schools 1922-23; Methodist.

*BACOT, PETER BROCKINGTON Physician

        From Florence, S. C.; Mars Bluff, S. C.; b. Feb. 3, 1838; A. B. 1859; state sanitary inspector, 1898; capt. and surgeon C. S. A.

*BACOT, TOURS L.

        Darlington District, S. C.; b. Sept. 21, 1840; d. 1882; s. 1857-59; C. S. A.

*BADGER, GEORGE EDMUND Physician

        From Raleigh; Florida; s. 1855-56.

*BADGER, RICHARD COGSDELL Lawyer

        Raleigh; b. Aug. 8, 1839; d. 1882; A. B. 1859; U. S. Dist. Atty., 1873-77; genl. assem. 1872; mem. conv. 1875; maj., C. S. A.; Wake co. atty. 1860; brigade commissary.

*BADGER, THOMAS

        Raliegh; b. Feb. 10, 1843; s. 1859-62; A. B. 1911 as of 1863; mayor Raleigh; ry. officer; 1st lieut., C. S. A.

*BADGETT, THOMAS JEFFERSON

        Caswell co.; b. Apr. 9, 1837; d. 1860; A. B. 1859; C. S. A.

BADHAM, JOHN CHESHIRE Merchant

        102 Broad st., Edenton; s. 1892-93; William and Mary col.; b. Jamesville, Feb. 8, 1874; p. Thomas Corners and Sarah Powell (Paxton); m. Elizabeth Ehrbar, Apr. 20, 1912; salesman Butterick Pub. co., 17 yrs.; merchant firm Badham Bros., Edenton; Episcopalian.

*BADHAM, WILLIAM

        Edenton; A. B. 1854; lawyer; capt., C. S. A.

‡BAER, CHARLES FRANKLIN

        Baltimore, Md.; s. 1921-22.

BAGBY, CHARLES WHITFIELD Lawyer

        16th st., Hickory; s. 1905; Trinity; b. Catawba, Mar. 2, 1884; p. Rev. W. M. and Linney Francis (Robinson); m. Frankie Lenoir Self, Apr. 17, 1912; judge municipal ct., 4 yrs.; p. m. Hickory 5


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yrs.; pres. Hickory Kiwanis Club 1 yr.; chmn. Catawaba co. dem. exec. com.; sergt. home guards during war; Mason; Pythian; Junior.

BAGGETT, FREDDIE Salesman

        Dunn; s. m. 1898-1900; p Joseph and Edith (Jackson); m. Bessie Parker, 1907; salesman wholesale grocery.

BAGETT, HIRAM Lawyer

        Lillington; s. l. 1906; b. Sampson co., July 15, 1877; p. Silas E. and Winniford (Wilson); m. Dollie Moore. Feb. 1916; farmer; public sch. teacher 5 yrs.; travelling salesman 4 yrs.; lawyer 1907-; Free Will Baptist.

BAGGETT, JOHN ROBERT Lawyer

        Lillington; s. 1896-98; s. l. 1900; b. Sampson co., Oct. 1, 1871; p. Silas E. and Winefred (Wilson); m. Allene Keeter, Sept. 8, 1901; football 1897; prin. Salemburg H. S. 1898-9; Buie's Creek H. S. 1899-1909; lawyer 1909-; read law under John Manning, 1900, and Judge McRae, 1908; state senator 1911, 1923; mayor Lillington 1912-18; trustee Lillington H. S. 1913-; Caswell Training Sch. 1911-; genl. hosp. bd. 1916-20; chmn. dem. exec. com. Lillington township; delegate state and nat. conventions 1912; Baptist.

BAGGETT, JESSE VENON Lawyer

        507 N. Mendenhall st., Greensboro; A.B. 1918; s. l. 1918-20; b. Salemburg. Aug. 27, 1893; p. V. T. and Ida Leora (Faircloth); m. Julia Tolar. Oct. 23, 1919; Phi Soc.; Phi Delta Phi; practicing atty. Greensboro 1920-; S. A. T. C.; Baptist.

*BAGLEY, WILLIAM

        Williamston; s. 1843-45.

BAGLEY, WILLIAM HENRY Journalist

        144 Berkeley st., Lawrence, Mass.; s. 1896-97; b. Raleigh. Oct. 23, 1877; p. William Henry and Adelaide (Worth); m. Maude Mohum; Alpha Tau Omega; mgr. Raleigh Times; mgr. News and Observer; publisher and pres. Fort Worth Record; publisher Lawrence, Mass., Telegram; Presbyterian.

‡BAGWELL, EDWARD ELBERT

        Flatonia, Tex.; s. 1893-5; 1896.

BAGWELL, GARLAND IVAN

        Raleigh; s. 1905-07; b. Aug. 4, 1888.

BAGWELL, JAMES EDGAR Bookkeeper

        Box 53, Henderson; A. B. 1913; b. Loray, July 31, 1890; p. E. B. and Sarah Carson (Mays); m. Nannie E. Pardue, Dec. 23, 1916; surveyor under W. S. Fallis, road engr. 1913-14; cotton grader and weigher for Henderson Cotton Mills 1916-18; bookkeeper Watkins Hdw. co., Henderson, 1918-; Henderson chamber of commerce; Mason; Presbyterian.

*BAGWELL, RALEIGH MAYS Teacher

        From Fancy Hill; Alexis, Ill.; b. York Inst., Apr. 10, 1874; d. Statesville, Apr. 7, 1921; m. Myrtle L. Wade, June 30, 1905; s. 1895-97; teacher Iredell co. schools 1894-99; ibid. Monmouth, Ill.; ibid. Alexis, Ill., 1899-1902; ibid. Enid, Okla., 1902-03; farmer near Frederick, Okla., 1903-07; farmer N. C. 1907-20; teacher N. C. 1920-21; Presbyterian.

BAHNSON, AGNEW HUNTER Manufacturer

        702 W. 5th st., Winston-Salem; B. S. 1906; b. Salem, Mar. 10, 1886; p. Dr. Henry Theodore and Emma Caroline (Fries); m. Elizabeth Moir Hill. Nov. 18, 1914; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gimghoul; Golden Fleece; travelled Europe. Egypt, Palestine, 1906-07; worked in cotton mills, 1907-10; agent Washington Mills, Fries, Va., 1910-12; sec. Arista Mills co., Winston-Salem 1915; organized Normalair co., (now The Bahnson co.) 1916-23; pres. and treas. Arista Mills co., 1916-24 vice-pres. treas. Washington Mills 1921-24; pres. Mayo Sales corp.; dir. Wachovia Bank and First Nat. bank, Fries, Va.; pres. N. C. Cotton Mfrs. assn.; Rotarian; Moravian.

BAHNSON, FREDERICK FRIES Manufacturer

        28 Cascade ave., Winston-Salem; Ph. B. 1896, cum laude; s. m. 1896; b. Salem, March 6, 1876; p. Dr. Henry Theodore and Emma Christina (Fries); m. Bleeker Estelle Reid, Apr. 14, 1910; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Di Soc.; Fries Mfg. & Power co., Salem 1897-98; Stanley Elec. Mfg. co., Pittsfield, Mass., 1898-1903; Florida E. Coast Hotel co., Nassau, Palm Beach and Miami, 1904-05; F. & H. Fries, Salem 1905-12; Briggs-Schaffner co., 1912-15; Normalair co., Bahson Humidifier co., 1915; mem. Amer. Soc. Mech. Engrs.; Amer. Soc. Htg. & Vent'g. Engrs.; first pres. Winston-Salem Engrs. club; Kiwanian; developed Bahnson humidifier, with research work on air conditions; 32nd degree Mason; Moravian.

*BAHNSON, GEORGE WILLIAM

        Farmington; b. Nov. 26, 1866; d. Aug. 7, 1895; m. Mattie Barber, May 26, 1890; s. 1887-88; planter; tob. mfr.; Baptist.

BAILES, JOHN JAMES Lumberman

        Centre st., Eustis, Fla.; s. 1905-06; Wofford col.; Univ. of S. C.; b. Lancaster co., S. C., June 15, 1881; p. J. P. and Mary S. (Clausen); m. Mattie Steele Smith, Sept. 1, 1909; teacher 2 yrs.; lumberman; Presbyterian.

BAILEY, ALFRED W. Lawyer

        Washington; s. s. l. 1916; b. Ransomville, Sept. 10, 1890; p. Alfred and Miranda Katherine (Peartree).

BAILEY, CHARLES BELT

        Care Bailey Brothers, Winston-Salem; s. 1907.


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BAILEY, FRANK BAYARD

        Care Bailey Brothers, Winston-Salem; s. l. 1902.

BAILEY, FLETCHER HAMILTON Salesman

        Box 355, Atlanta, Ga.; s. 1893-97; b. Statesville, Aug. 5, 1876; p. John Kerr and Mary Adelaide (Smith); m. Alice Grace Wood, Oct. 29, 1902; Di Soc.; varsity baseball; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; asso. Bailey Bros. Tob. mfrs., Winston-Salem, 1898-1913; representative Henry Likly & co., in sou. territory, 1913-; Methodist.

BAILEY, FRANK ROSEBURGH

        Care Bailey Brothers, Winston-Salem; s. 1901-03; b. Winston-Salem, May 22, 1885.

BAILEY, HUBERT JESSE

        Apex; s. 1909; b. June 25, 1887.

*BAILEY, HERBERT VICTOR

        Hayesville; b. Dec. 11, 1890; d. Feb. 25, 1923; p. S. F. and Eleanora J. (Mangum); A. B. 1916; A. M. 1922; prin. Cedar Grove sch. 1916-17; Bay Leaf, 1919; Winton, 1919-20; Black Creek, 1920-21; Hayesville, 1922-23; Sept. 18, 1917-Jan. 30, 1910, pvt. 1st class hdq. co. 11th inf.; Alsace-Lorraine; St. Mihiel; Argonne Forest; wounded in action Oct. 20, 1918, near Verdun; Baptist.

BAILEY, ISAAC MAYO Lawyer

        Jacksonville; A.B. 1914; b. Johnson co., Oct. 28, 1891; p. James Ruffin and Mary Jane (Smith); m. Ida Thompson, Dec. 31, 1914; prin. Jacksonville H. S. 1914-17; law 1917-; 45 co., N. C. R. M. 1918-19; pvt., corp., 1st lieut., capt.; Mason; Woodman; Methodist.

BAILEY, JAMES DOBBIN Merchant

        Kenly; s. 1918-20; b. Kenly, Jan. 21, 1900; p. Wm. L. and Ida (Richardson); Sigma Phi Epsilon; first worked in clothing store, Beaumont, Tex.; night clerk, Crosby Hotel, Beaumont, Tex., 1920-22; now in charge late father's business "W. L. Bailey & Son. Genl. Merchants," Kenly; S. A. T. C.; Mason; Baptist.

BAILEY, JAMES OSLER

        222 Park ave., Raleigh; A. B. 1924; b. Raleigh, Aug. 12, 1903; p. Thomas Benjamin and Nancy Priscilla (Smith); Phi Soc.; Sigma Upsilon; Baptist.

*BAILEY, JOHN LANCASTER

        Pasquotank co.; b. Aug. 13, 1795; d. June 30, 1877; s. 1815-19; state solicitor; mem. house of commons 1824; state sen. 1827-28 and 1833; mem. conv. 1835; judge supr. ct., 1836-64.

BAILEY, JESSE PAUL

        927 S. Main st., Ashburn, Ga.; s. 1922; b. July 3, 1901; p. C. E. and -- --.

BAILEY, KARL BRASWELL Lawyer

        Elm City; A. B. 1911; B. L. 1913; M. A. 1914; b. Elm City, Oct. 10, 1890; p. John L. and Emma (Braswell); m. May Acca Warren, Aug. 28, 1920; tennis team 1911; varsity baseball 1912-14; capt. baseball 1914; Phi Soc.; Sigma Chi; practicing atty. 1914-; world war; corp 7th co., 3rd brigade C. O. T. S.; Mason; Methodist.

BAILEY, KENNETH HUBERT Physician

        Tripler Gen. hosp., Honolulu, T. H.; A. B. 1915; s. m. 1915-17; M. D. Univ. of Pa. 1919; b. Wakefield, Feb. 3, 1893; p. James Dobbin and Mary Nancy (Smith); m. Helen Florence Williams, Mar. 11, 1921; baseball team 1913-16; Phi Soc.; Kappa Psi; physcian Panama Canal Zone 1919-20; private practice Zebulon 1920-22; physician U. S. Veterans' Bureau, Asheville 1922-23; Tripler gen. hosp., Honolulu, T. H., July, 1924-; S. A. T. C. Univ. of Pa., Oct. 18-Dec. 22, 1918; Baptist.

BAILEY, MAURICE DEJESNETT, JR.

        Winson-Salem; pres. Care Lovill-Buffing Tob. co., Covington, Ky.; s. 1894-96.

BAILEY, REGINALD Manufacturer

        811 W. 5th st., Winston-Salem; s. 1897-99; b. Statesville, Dec. 7, 1879; p. Mumford D. and Blanche (Rosebrough); Sigma Chi; Di Soc.; Presbyterian.

*BAILEY, THOMAS BROWNRIGG

        Hillsboro; s. 1845-48; teacher; lawyer; editor; author.

BAILEY, TYRA CLINGMAN Auto Dealer

        Kenly; s. 1909-10; b. Nash co., July 2, 1890; p. William Turner and Ada Blanche (Richardson); m. Marguerite Fooge, June 18, 1920; Ford dealer since 1916; A. E. F. motor transportation as corp. 1 yr.; Shriner; Mason; Baptist.

*BAILEY, WILLIAM

        Monticello, Fla; killed in battle; s. 1851; capt., C. S. A.

BAILEY, WILLIAM, JR.

        Care Western Reserve Securities corp., Jamestown, N. Y.; A. B. 1918; b. Louisburg, Aug. 26, 1896; p. Wm. and Adelaide (Stitch); with Western Reserve Securities corp.; 2nd lieut F. A., U. S. A. 1918; Episcopalian.

*BAILEY, WILLIAM EDWARD

        Charleston, S. C.; A. B. 1813; prof. ancient languages, Charleston col.

BAILEY, WILLIAM MARINS Clerk

        Salisbury; s. 1918; b. Nov. 10, 1889.

BAILEY, WILLIAM S.

        Spring Hope; s. l. 1890-92.

BAIN, CHARLES WORTHLEY

        2 West End apt., Norfolk, Va.; pres. 712 S. Sycamore st., Petersburg, Va.; A. B. 1920; b. Apr. 18, 1897; p. Dr. C. W. and -- -- --.

BAIN, JAMES DOUGLASS

        Wendell; Ph. G. 1924; b. Aug. 25, 1902; Methodist.


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*BAIRD, BENJAMIN R.

        Person co.; s. 1832.

†BAIRD, JAMES ANDREW

        Asheville; s. 1894-95.

†BAIRD, JAMES EMORY

        Ashehville; s. 1891-92.

BAIRD, THOMAS CARROLL Farmer

        Valle Crucis; s. 1901; b. Valle Crucis, Feb. 14, 1880; p. David Franklin and Elizabeth (Wagner); m. Emma L. Mast, Nov. 3, 1903; Methodist.

BAIRD, WILLIAM LEE

        Asheville; s. 1892-93; B. S. Weaver col.; b. Buncombe co., Feb. 9, 1866; p. Israll Victor and Clarissa Jane (Hemphill); lawyer and farmer near Asheville; Methodist.

*BAIRD, WILLIAM W. Teacher

        Person co.; b. Sept. 27, 1836; A. B. 1860; lieut., C. S. A.

BAITY, HERMAN GLENN Sanitary Engineer

        Care State Board of Health, Raleigh; A. B. 1917; B. S. 1922; Univ. of Paris; Alliance Francaise; b. Davie co., Sept. 2, 1895; p. George Wesley and Sallie (Sprinkle); Di Soc.; editor Tar Heel; Sigma Upsilon; Amphoterothen; Golden Fleece; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Chi; supt. Ronda H. S. 1919-20; student and instr. U. N. C. 1920-22; asst. engr. state highway comm. 1921; asst. sanitary engr. state board of health 1922-; sanitary engr. U. S. pub. health service 1922-; 1st lieut. A. E. F. 1917-19; Mason; Presbyterian.

BAKER, BAXTER LLOYD

        411 Seigle, Charlotte; s. l. 1910-12; m. Isabelle P.; city probation officer; city juvenile ct., Charlotte.

*BAKER, DANIEL BETHUNE Lawyer

        Brunswick co.; d. 1870; A. B. 1824; mem. genl. assem., Fla; judge supr. ct., Fla.

BAKER, GEORGE SPENCER

        Louisburg; s. 1892-95.

BAKER, HUGH DANIEL, JR.

        Morehead City; s. 1915-16, 1919-20; b. Nash co., Oct. 18, 1898; p. Hugh Daniel and Etta (Greene); m. Arginia LaVera Harris, Dec. 20, 1921; Zeta Nu; Theta Chi; genl. mercantile bus. 1917-18; summer semi-pro. ball Tarboro and Farmville 1920-21; present with Baker & Hughes, tailors; Baptist.

*BAKER, ISAAC Lawyer

        From Brunswick co.; Little Rock, Ark.; b. 1804; A. B. 1825; lawyer; judge supr. ct., Ark.

BAKER, JOHN A. Planter

        Louisburg; s. 1860-61; A. B. 1911 as of 1864; sergt. C. S. A.

*BAKER, JOHN BURGESS Physician

        Gates co.; b. 1785; d. 1838; s. 1802; mem. house of commons 1811; state sen. 1818 '20 and '22; trustee U. N. C. 1818-38.

BAKER, JOHN EARL

        Nashville; pres. 794 Lawyers' bldg., Raleigh; s. 1917-19; s. l. 1921-23; Boston univ. 1920-21; b. July 23, 1898; p. J. H. T. and Virginia Elizabeth; Sigma Alpha Epsilon.

*BAKER, JOSEPH HENRY

        Edgecombe co.; s. 1826.

*BAKER, JOSEPH HENRY Physician

        Tarboro; b. Dec. 25, 1831; d. Feb. 12, 1902; s. 1848-51; mem. house of commons, 1866; mem. conv. 1868; surgeon, C. S. A.

*BAKER, JOSEPH HENRY, JR. Lawyer

        Tarboro; d. May 15, 1901; A. B. 1887; mayor of Rocky Mt.; mem. house of rep. 1895-97.

BAKER, JULIAN MEREDITH Physician and Surgeon

        503 Main st., Tarboro; B. S. 1877; Univ. of Ill. 1871-73; Bellevue Hosp. Med. col., N. Y., 1877-78; M. D. Univ. of Md. 1879; b. Tarboro, Oct. 27, 1857; p. Dr. Joseph Henry and Susan Ann (Foxhall); m. Elizabeth Howard, June 17, 1884; Phi Soc.; Phi Kappa Sigma; capt. baseball team; 1st pres. U. N. C. athletic assn.; supt. construction first gymnasium and first inst. in gym. classes; physician and surgeon. with special attention to surgery since 1904; organized and built Edgecombe genl. hosp.; chief surgeon until 1919; specializing since in radium therapy and roentgen therapy, especially in regard to cancer; mem. Amer. Med. Assn.; Seaboard, Tristate, Sou. Med. Assn.; fellow Amer. Col. of Surgeons 1918; pres. Med. Soc. N. C., 1901; pres. Bd. Med. Examiners 1902-08; mem. state bd. health 1889; mem. Amer. Col. Radiology and Physio-Therapy; author number of essays on med. subjects published in transaction State Med. Soc. and med. journals; Pittman prize essay for original research on malarial haematuria; 32nd degree Mason; Presbyterian.

*BAKER, JAMES SMITH

        From Marianna, Fla.; Glenwood, Fla.; b. Aug. 27, 1835; d. Dec. 18, 1893; A.B. 1858; farmer; mem. house of rep. Fla., 1864; C. S. A.

*BAKER, MARMADUKE

        Gates co.; s. 1798.

*BAKER, MARMADUKE

        Alabama; s. 1841.

BAKER, MAURICE E. Physician

        1149 Kaighn ave., Camden, N. J.; s. 1914-16, 1917-19, B.S. in med.; M.D. Jefferson 1921; b. Cleveland co., Mar. 19, 1893; p. M. J. and Dora (Shell); resident physician, Cooper hosp., Camden, N. J., 1921-22;


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with Dr. G. Loeling, Merchantville, N. J., July 18-Nov. 20, 1922; took over office late Dr. A. B. Reader, 1135 Kaighn ave., Camden, Nov. 20, 1922; appointed Urological staff, Cooper hosp., Jan. 1, 1923; Lutheran.

*BAKER, SIMMONS JONES

        Martin co.; b. 1775; d. 1853; s. 1821-25; M.D. Edinburgh; mem. house of commons 1814-15; state sen., 1816-18; successful physician and planter; trustee U. N. C. 41 yrs.; mem. exec. com.

BAKER, THOMAS ATKINSON Planter

        Dancy, Ala.; s. 1883-85; b. Feb. 28, 1866.

*BAKER, WILLIAM

        Gates co.; s. 1798.

*BAKER, WILLIAM AVERN Lawyer

        Asheville; b. Aug. 22, 1877; d. Willow Springs, Mo., Sep. 23, 1906; s. l. 1898-1900.

BAKER, WALTER PRESLEY Druggist

        Raeford; s. p. 1920-21; Beta Theta Pi; Kappa Psi; owner and mgr. Hoke Drug co.; Methodist.

*BAKER, WILLIAM SPARKMAN

        Edgecombe co.; b. 1809; d. 1861; s. 1826-30; physician; planter; banker; mem. house of commons, 1838-40.

BALDWIN, ANNIE ELIZABETH Teacher

        Apex; s. 1919-20; b. Chatham co., Oct. 24, 1898; p. E. F. and Virginia (Gattis); Methodist.

*BALDWIN, JOHN J. Planter

        Chatham co.; b. 1832; d. Sept., 1855; s. 1853-54.

BALDWIN, KEMP LEOPOLD Merchant

        Sanford; s. 1901-02; b. Mar. 1, 1882; p. Lucian F. and Julia F.; m. Julia Annie; Methodist.

*BALDWIN, LUCIAN FISK

        From Belle Voir; Grove; b. Jan. 9, 1840; d. Sept. 2, 1904; m. Julia T. Bynum. Sept. 12, 1863; s. 1858-60; farmer; miller; C. S. A.; Methodist.

*BALDWIN, MELVILLE TRIAM Planter

        From Siam; Grove; b. 1834; s. 1853-54.

*BALDWIN, WILLIAM G.

        Whiteville; s. 1858-60; lieut, C. S. A.; prisoner at Johnson's Island, 1864.

BALENTINE, EDWIN CHARLTON Teacher

        Mooresville; pres. Badin; B.S. in E. E. 1920; b. Laurens co., S. C., Dec. 18, 1898; p. J. L. and Lillie May (Crisp); Carolina Power & Light co. Raleigh 1920-21; local enterprise, Mooresville, 1921-22; prin. Badin public sch., 1922-23; Tallassee Power co., Badin, 1923; prin. Badin H. S. 1923-24; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C.; Baptist.

BALL, DAVID SAMPSON

        Stony Point; s. 1922; b. Jan. 11, 1903; p. A. F. and -- --.

BALL, MCCORD WRIGHT Physician

        Newport; Ph.B. 1891; M.D. Emory univ., 1909; b. Hillsboro, Dec. 28, 1867; p. Rev. James Riley and Lucy Glover (Wright); m. Mary Todd, 1897; Phi Soc.; teacher 1891-1904; physician 1909-; Mason; Methodist.

BALLAN, ROBERT LUCIEN Lawyer

        Jefferson; s. l. 1902-03; Eastern col. 1901-02; b. Ashe co., Aug. 2, 1875; p. Jerome Uriah and Marg Jane (Witherspoon); m. Virginia Gertrude Maxwell, Jan. 19, 1910; dir. Bank Ashe, Jefferson; reading clerk N. C. senate 1907; pres. Jefferson Collegiate Inst.; N. C. senate 1915; lawyer; Mason.

BALLANCE, HARRY BRYANT Farmer

        R. F. D. 1, Fremont; s. 1904-07; b. Fremont, Sept. 22, 1884; p. William Roscoe and Sarah (Hooks); m. Carrie Penelope Yelverton, Sept. 11, 1895; merchant 1913-16; farmer 1908-24.

*BALLANFANT, JOHN Farmer

        Culleoka, Tenn.; A.B. 1844; mem. gen'l assem., Tenn.

*BALLENTINE, JAMES ERASTUS

        From Varina; Cardenas; b. Wake co., July 9, 1863; d. 1905; s. 1884-85; teacher, 1885-92; dairy farmer.

BALLARD, DAVID CLARK Banker

        2406 Riverside st., Richmond, Va.; Ph.B. 1902; b. Halifax co., Apr. 11, 1882; p. Frank and Louisa Mabette (Clarke); m. Bessie May Conley, June 14, 1911; construction & electrical work, 1902-05; Bank of Roanoke Rapids 1905-10; cashier Manchester Bank, Richmond, 1910-.

*BALLARD, JOHN WILLIAM

        Raleigh; b. Apr. 23, 1836; killed at Corinth; A.B. 1859; capt., C. S. A.

*BALLARD, ROBERT E.

        Louisburg; d. about 1895; s. 1857-58; planter; author of Myrtle Lawn, a novel; lieut., C. S. A.

BALLENGER, EDGAR GARRISON Surgeon

        805-9 Healey bldg., Atlanta, Ga.; s. m. 1897-98; M.D. Univ. of Md., 1903; b. Tryon, Nov. 22, 1877; p. Thomas T. and Anna (Garrison); m. Mary Clark Gorman, Apr. 10, 1904; surgeon genito-urinary diseases; Emory univ., Atlanta; 26th div., 7th corps, France, 1917; major army of occupation, 1918; Baptist.

BALLENGER, RICHARD EDMUNDS Manufacturer

        Hickory; s. 1910-11; p. Thomas S. and Anna (Garrison); m. Dorothy Allins; paper box mfr., Charlotte and Hickory; lieut. air service, A. E. F.


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BALLEW, RALPH DEWEY Contractor

        1538 Webb ave., Detroit, Mich.; B.S. in E. E. 1918; b. Morganton, Apr. 22, 1898; p. John W. and Martha Jane (McGalliard); m. Grace Owen, Oct. 5, 1921; Lambda Chi Alpha; engr. and salesman in Pa. and Mich. for Westinghouse Elec. & Mfg. co., 1920-21; city mgr. Sturgis, Mich., 1921-22; contractor doing paving, water-works and sewer construction as the Ballew Construction co.; ensign U. S. Navy 1918-19; submarine flotilla no. 10; Methodist.

BALLEW, WILLIAM HARVEY

        Hickory; s. 1921; b. Mar. 22, 1903.

‡BALLOU, EDWARD BRANSFORD

        Gatesville; s. 1916; b. June 10, 1898; p. W. B. and -- -- --.

BALLOU, JAMES WHITAKER

        Oxford; s. 1919-20; V. M. I. 1917-19; p. W. B. and -- -- --.

BANKS, ANDREW JACKSON RAYNER

        Raleigh; s. 1869-.

BANKS, BENJAMIN LEONIDAS Attorney

        Main st., Elizabeth City; A.B. 1908; b. Perquimans co., Jan. 19, 1882; p. B. L. and Sarah Elizabeth (Relfe); m. Maud Kramer, Nov. 14, 1917; Phi Soc.; atty. 1912-23; wholesale grocer, Elizabeth City; Mason; Elk; Episcopalian.

BANKS, CHARLES AUGUSTUS, JR.

        Greensboro; s. 1908.

BANKS, CLARENCE EUGENE

        Burnsville; s. 1921-22; b. Oct. 24, 1900; p. E. C. and -- -- --.

‡BANKS, CLYDE GIRARD

        Raleigh; s. 1915; b. Nov. 18, 1894; p. E. T. and -- -- --.

BANKS, CLAUDE PRESTON

        Trenton; s. 1916; b. Dec. 18, 1895; p. F. F. and -- -- --.

BANKS, EDWARD EVERETT

        R. F. D. 3, Raleigh; s. 1922; b. Apr. 20, 1901; p. E. T. and -- -- --.

BANKS, ERNEST LEE Student

        Winton; s. 1921-22; Atlanta Sou. Dental col. 1922-; p. Linwood E. and Emily (Lee); Xi Phi Psi.

BANKS, GEORGE WASHINGTON

        Raleigh; s. 1869.

BANKS, HOWARD ALEXANDER Editor

        110 Woodside ave., Narberth, Pa.; s. 1892-93; A.B. Davidson 1888; Hon. Litt. D. Davidson; b. Asheville, 1867; p. Rev. Henry Howard and Antoinette (Hawley); m. Delia Isabel Torrance, 1903; Di Soc.; city editor Winston Sentinel 1893-94; reporter, tel. editor, news editor, managing editor, Charlotte Observer, 1898-1904; editor Asheville Gazette News, 1904; managing editor York, Pa., Gazette, 1904-05; city staff Philadelphia Record, 1905-07; city editor Charlotte News, 1908-10; editor & owner Hickory Democrat, 1910-13; private sec. to sec. of navy Josephus Daniels, 1913-17; asso. ed. Sunday School Times, Philadelphia, 1917-; Am. Council African Inland Mission; Belgian Gospel Mission; Victorious Life Testimony; Am. Br. Scripture Gift Mission; pres. Phila. Alumni asso. U. N. C. 1923; Presbyterian.

BANKS, HUBERT CYRUS Teacher

        Grantsboro; s. 1914-16; Wake Forest 1916-17; b. Grantsboro, Nov. 17, 1896; p. N. H. and Deborah A. (Downs); m. Leona Johnson, June 2, 1923; Phi Soc.; prin. Ayden Sem. 1919-20; ibid. Straits H. S. 1920-23; prin. Smyrna H. S., 1923; J. of P. 1918-20; enlisted U. S. naval reserve force July 6, 1918; seaman-storekeeper 2nd class U. S. N. R. F. 1918-21; discharged Sept. 30, 1921; Free Will Baptist.

*BANKS, JOHN TROUP Planter

        Columbus, Ga.; d. 1862; A. B. 1849.

BANKS, ROBERT RAY

        Elizabeth City; s. p. 1908.

BANNER, ALLAN CARITHERS Specialist

        N. Elm st., Greensboro; s. 1914-16; s. m. 1916-18; M.D. Jefferson, 1920; b. Mt. Airy, Jan. 12, 1896; p. John and Annie Meade (Borden); Di Soc.; Phi Chi; resident surgeon Kings co. hosp. of N. Y., 1920-22; special work at N. Y. Eye & Ear Inf. & P. G. Hosp.; now practicing eye, ear, nose & throat at Greensboro; enlisted med. res. corps, Dec. 13, 1917; S. A. T. C., 1918; Methodist Episcopal.

BANZET, JULIUS EDMOND, JR. Lawyer

        Ridgeway; A.B. 1921; Wake Forest col. 1922-23; b. Ridgeway, May 30, 1899; p. J. E. and Eleanor (Broadhurst); Methodist.

*BARBEE, ALLEN JONES

        Hillsboro; s. 1801.

*BARBEE, ALLEN JONES Physician

        Orange co.; A.B. 1825.

*BARBEE, ALGERNON SIDNEY Merchant

        Chapel Hill; b. Raleigh, May 18, 1840; d. April 1, 1918; A.B. 1860; mayor, Chapel Hill, 1895-1900; lieut., C. S. A.

*BARBEE, CONNIE COZETTE

        East Durham; d. Oct. 6, 1921; m. Kent Hadnett, Sept. 1, 1913; A.B. 1911; A.M. Columbia univ. 1912; teacher Barnes sch., Montgomery, Ala., 1912-13; ibid. Ala. State Normal, Florence, Ala., 1913-14; ibid. Asheville H. S. 1914-16; ibid. Savannah, Ga., H. S., 1916-19.

*BARBEE, CHESLEY PAGE PATTERSON

        Madison co., Tenn.; A.B. 1843.

BARBEE, GEORGE SPRITE Physician

        Zebulon; s. m. 1905-10; b. Morrisville, Aug. 21, 1886; p. Rufus Barber and Adna (Henderson); m. Neva D. Flowers, Feb.


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5, 1895;Zebulon health officer 1914-22; Zebulon health comm. 1914-22; Mason; Shriner; Junior; Methodist.

BARBEE, HARRY

        612 N. Blount st., Raleigh; pres. 60 Beaver st., New York, N. Y.; s. 1916-18; b. Raleigh, June 24, 1898; p. Claude Barclay and Nancy (Wayland); Kappa Alpha; cotton business; Methodist.

BARBEE, HARVEY CLYDE Banker

        Buchanan st., Durham; A.B. 1909; b. Wake co., Aug. 11, 1884; p. Rufus and Adna (Hudson); m. Lula Gray Baker, Sept. 5, 1914; teacher 8 yrs., banker 6 yrs.; Baptist.

*BARBEE, WILLIS

        Chapel Hill; b. 1802; d. 1869; s. 1818; physician; planter.

BARBEE, WALTER DORSEY Teacher

        Seaboard; s. 1907-12; A.B.; State col.; b. Morrisville, May 28, 1889; p. Rufus and Adna (Hudson); m. Lottie Stephenson, July 5, 1916; prin. Seaboard H. S. 1912-18; supt. & agriculturist Seaboard H. S. 1918-23; livestock grower 1918-23; asst. supervisor N. C. agricultural education 1924-; Baptist.

*BARBEE, WILLIAM FRANKLIN

        Haywood co., Tenn.; A.B. 1844.

BARBER, BENJAMIN JARVIS Accountant

        Carthage; pres. Hamilton ave., Norfolk, Va.; s. 1915-17; b. Carthage, Nov. 21, 1891; p. John Archibald and Dorie Alice (Cole); m. Laura Louise West, Dec. 24, 1920; with S. A. L. ry. 1920; since then accountant Va. Ry. co.; also in circulation dept. Va. Pilot Pub. co.; enlisted U. S. navy, May, 1918; attached to 5th naval dist.; discharged Hampton Roads, Feb., 1919; Presbyterian.

BARBER, JOSEPH MARSHALL Insurance

        Care Charlotte Branch office, New York Life Ins. co., Charlotte; pres. Raleigh; s. 1916-18; b. Raleigh, July 19, 1897.

BARBER, J. WADE Lawyer

        Pittsboro; s. l. 1915-16; A.B. Guilford col. 1914; b. North Wlkesboro, Apr. 20, 1893; p. J. Wade and Mary (Hayes); m. Agnes Ferebee, June 27, 1923; Mason; Presbyterian.

*BARBER, LAWRENCE CORBIN

        From Asheville; Havana, Cuba; d. Oct., 1923; s. 1912.

BARBOUR, JULIAN DWIGHT Merchant

        Clayton; s. 1905-08; b. Clayton, June 4, 1889; p. A. J. and Annie (Baucom); m. Gladys Rogers, Feb. 9, 1916; merchant since leaving Univ.; now pres. Clayton Oil mill & Chatham Oil & Fert. co.; vice-pres. Clayton Cotton mills & Liberty Cotton mills; alderman Clayton, 1920-21; mem. sch. bd.; pres. chamber of commerce; Baptist.

BARBOUR, JAMES R. Lawyer

        Benson; s. 1904-05; b. Johnson co.; p. Robert C. and Louisa (Barbour); m. Nancy Gordon; clerk sup. ct., Johnson co., 1922; lawyer; Mason; Methodist.

BARBOUR, OFFEE ALMOND Lawyer

        Benson; s. l. 1903-04; b. Johnston co., Apr. 1, 1882; p. R. C. and Lorrenza (Lassiter); m. Emily Canaday, Oct. 8, 1914; mayor, Benson, 1909-11; state sen., 1911 and 1913.

BARBOUR, SWADE EMMETT Merchant

        Clayton; B.S. 1913; b. Clayton, Aug. 15, 1892; p. Allen Julian and Annie Elizabeth (Baucom); m. Nannie Lou Pool, Dec. 10, 1919; Phi Delta Theta; 2nd class q.m. U. S. navy, 1918-19; Baptist.

BARDEN, GRAHAM ARTHUR Lawyer

        Craven st., New Bern; LL.B. 1920; b. Sampson co., Sept. 25, 1896; p. James Jefferson and Mary Robeson (James); m. Agnes F. Foy. Dec. 20, 1922; varsity football; Phi Delta Phi; Sigma Chi; teacher and athletic coach, New Bern H. S., 1920-21; lawyer 1920-; judge Craven co. ct. 1920-; seaman U. S. navy, 1918; Junior; Elk; Presbyterian.

BARDEN, JOHN GLENN Teacher

        R. F. D. 5, Goldsboro; A.B. 1922; M.A. Columbia 1924; b. Goldsboro, Dec. 20, 1900; p. John Calhoun and Minnie Alice (Edgerton); Phi Soc.; track team 2 yrs.; teacher math., Rocky Mt., 1922-23; Methodist Episcopal (South).

‡BARDEN, JOEL MCARTHUR

        Burgaw; s. 1920; p. J. J. and -- -- --.

BARDEN, THOMAS ATLAS

        Burgaw; s. 1913; b. Aug. 1, 1893; p. J. J. and -- -- --.

BARDIN, BENJAMIN HUME

        904 W. Lee st., Wilson; A.B. 1922; b. Wilson, Mar. 12, 1901; p. Judge Jefferson Davis and Lou Burtsey (Bristol); Phi Soc.; varsity tennis; asst. clerk sup'r ct. Wilson co.; Methodist.

BARDIN, JEFFERSON DAVIS Clerk Superior Court

        904 W. Lee st.; Wilson; s. 1884-85; s. l. 1886; b. Wilson, Oct. 6, 1860; p. Benjamin Howell and Nancy (Rountree); m. Sallie F. Brady, May 18, 1910; lawyer 1885-94, 1894-1906; clerk sup'r ct. Wilson co., 1894-1906, 1916-; co. supt. pub. instr., 1890-94; Methodist Episcopal (South).

BARDIN, WILLIAM MALCOLM

        Wilson; A.B. 1922.

*BAREFOOT, JULIUS JACKSON Physician

        From Wilson; Graham; b. July 29, 1884; d. Feb. 17, 1921; M.D. 1907.

BAREFOOT, MORDECAI LEE

        Dunn; M.D. 1910.


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BAREFOOT, NATHAN CARL

        Benson; A.B. 1923; b. Benson, Nov. 25, 1902; p. David T. Festus and Tait Sarah (Elector); Epsilon Phi Delta; Phi Soc.; Baptist.

BAREFOOT, WILLIAM JEFFERSON Teacher

        Benson; pres. Macclesfield; A.B. 1922; b. Benson, Apr. 26, 1901; p. Allen L. and Emma (Tart); Phi Soc.; prin. Macclesfield H. S., 1922-23.

*BARHAM, JOHN LANGHORNE Lawyer

        Goldsboro; b. Newsome, Va., Jan. 19, 1879; m. Hannah Dewey, Apr. 26, 1906; s. l. 1902-03; Randolph-Macon col.; Univ. of Va.; Kappa Alpha; city atty. Goldsboro, 1904-09; N. C. senate, 1909-11; trustee U. N. C., 1911; Elk; Junior; Episcopalian.

BARKER, CHRISTOPHER SYLVANUS Physician

        New Bern; s. 1904-05; s. m. 1905-07; b. Oct. 28, 1885.

‡BARKER, EBBIE BASIL

        Trenton; s. 1911.

BARKER, ERNEST JEROME Druggist

        Rowland; s. p. 1910-11; Wake Forest 1907-08; b. Lumberton, May 8, 1887; p. J. A. and Harriett (Warwick); m. Sallie B. Gibson; passed state bd. phar. 1911; retail drug bus. Rowland as Barker's Pharm. since; farming, stock raising & dairy bus. on small scale; city alderman 2 terms; Mason; Pythian; Baptist.

BARKER, FRANK PENDLETON Lawyer

        613 W. 59th st., Kansas Cty, Mo.; A.B. 1912; b. Pembroke, Ky., Aug. 5, 1889; p. Chas. E. and Mary Friend (Lester); m. Mildred Claiborn Buchanan, June 1, 1918; Phi Beta Kappa; track team 3 yrs.; Di Soc.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Gimghoul; intercollegiate debater; Mangum medal; mem. firm Miller, Winger & Reeder; in service 16 mos., entered Kansas City, Mo.; 332 machine gun battalion, 87 div.; 1st lieut., capt.; recommended for and serving as major when armistice signed; discharged Dec. 5, 1918; Presbyterian.

BARKER, HARRY H. Lawyer

        Elkin; s. l. 1907-08; b. Jonesville, Mar. 22, 1886; p. Dr. L. J. and Mary E. (Martin); m. Edith Grier, Nov. 1, 1909; Methodist.

BARKER, JOHN ALEXANDER Insurance

        Lumberton; s. 1884-85; b. Lumberton, Jan. 30, 1863; p. John and Frances (Pitman); m. Harriet Warick, Mar. 7, 1886; teacher 1885-1900; ins. solicitor 1900-; Robeson co. dep. sheriff 7 yrs; Mason; Pythian; Baptist.

BARKER, JOHN RICH

        Trenton; s. l. 1906-07.

*BARKER, JOHN W.

        Halifax C. H., Va.; s. 1808.

BARKER, WILLIAM JEFFERSON Bookkeeper

        104 Fisher st., Burlington; B.S. 1907; b. Altamahaw, Oct. 2, 1881; p. Thomas B. and Mary C. (Walker); m. Eva Dell Goforth, Nov. 14, 1912; Di Soc.; asst. bookkeeper Jos. N. Williamson & Sons co., 1908-12; bookkeeper Holt, Gant & Holt Cotton Mfg. co., 1912-; Presbyterian.

BARKLEY, DENNIS EDWARD Industrial Engineer

        96 Courtland ave., Asheville; s. p. 1903-04; b. Jackson, Aug. 20, 1883; p. James Ernest and Sallie Ann; m. Florence Lenore Clegg, Jan. 23, 1907; druggist 1904-07; representative for Parke, Davis & co., Detroit, Mich., 1909-14; industrial engineer; 1st serg. hosp. corp. N. C. Nat. Guard, 1907-10; Mason; Methodist Episcopal (South).

*BARKSDALE, EDWARD R. Planter

        Marshall co., Miss.; s. 1854-55; capt., C. S. A.

*BARKSDALE, JOHN NASH Lawyer

        Rutherford co., Tenn.; b. 1819; d. 1844; A.B. 1839.

*BARLOW, JULIUS SHIRLEY

        Tarboro; b. June 5, 1845; d. 1871; A.B. 1868; C. S. A.

*BARLOW, THADEUS BATTS Merchant

        From Tarboro; Doehead; b. July 13, 1858; d. Apr. 23, 1803; s. 1875-77.

BARNARD, ALFRED SMITH Lawyer

        405 Grant bldg., Atlanta, Ga.; B.S. 1893; s. l. 1894; b. Danville, Va., Jan. 8, 1873; p. William L. and Jennie (Withers); m. Jessie Merrick, Oct. 25, 1898; varsty football; Beta Theta Pi; editor Hellenian; lawyer Asheville, 1894-1915; ibid. N. Y. City 1915-20; ibid. Atlanta, Ga., 1920-; mayor Asheville 1905-07; Pythian; Elk; Presbyterian.

BARNARD, HARRY FRANKLIN Farmer

        Fossil, Ore.; pres. Grandview, Wash.; s. 1900-02; b. July 30, 1883; farmer, cattle raiser.

BARNARD, JAMES CARL

        Franklin; s. 1913-17; b. Jan. 8, 1895; p. N. L. and -- -- --.

*BARNES, ALLEN

        North Carolina; s. 1801.

*BARNES, BENJAMIN BLOUNT Lawyer

        From Wilson; Memphis, Tenn.; b. June 6, 1833; d. Feb., 1891; A.B. 1857.

BARNES, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Physician

        Elm City; M.D. 1902; b. 1887.

BARNES, BENJAMIN SHAW Druggist

        Maxton; s. 1899-1900; b. Jonesboro, June 10, 1881; p. Rory and Sara Margaret


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(McLeod); m. Martha Moore Allen, Nov. 11, 1915; newspaper work, Greensboro, 1900; drug business 1900-; Methodist.

*BARNES, CALVIN Farmer

        Wilson co.; b. Jan. 27, 1839; d. Aug. 30, 1899; A.B. 1861; capt. C. S. A.

*BARNES, DAVID ALEXANDER Lawyer

        From Northampton co.; Murfreesboro; b. 1819; d. June 24, 1892; A.B. 1840; A.M.; mem. house of commons, 1844, '46, and '50; mem. conv. 1861; judge sup'r ct., 1865-68; trustee, 1868.

BARNES, DAVID COLLIN Lawyer and Banker

        Murfreesboro; s. l. 1895-96; b. Mufreesboro, Nov. 26, 1875; p. Judge David Alexander and Bettie (Vaughan); m. Irene Augusta Smith, June 29, 1921; lawyer since leaving univ.; pres. Peoples bank of Murfreesboro since organization, Mar., 1904; house of rep. from Hertford co., 1909; sen. 1st dist., 1911, 1913; house of rep. 1921 and extra session; chmn. dem. exec. com. Hertford co.; Episcopalian.

*BARNES, EDWIN Physician

        Wilson co.; b. 1839; d. 1882; s. 1858-59; surgeon, C. S. A.

BARNES, EDWIN, JR.

        Tallahassee, Fla.; s. m. 1921-23; p. Edwin and -- -- --.

BARNES, ELIJAH JESSE Lawyer

        Wilson; s. l. 1898-99; b. Wilson co., Aug. 20, 1870; p. William Lewis and Nancy (Boyett); m. Minnie R. Adams, May 7, 1899; lawyer, 1902-; teacher Wilson co.; atty. Wilson co. 1 yr.; supt. of educ. 1905-13; judge Wilson co., 1 yr.; chmn. Wilson co. bd. of educ. 6 yrs.; pres. Wilson co-operative and gardening assn.; Junior; Woodman; Baptist.

BARNES, EDWIN WILMER Druggist

        Piedmont st., Kings Mountain; s. p. 1903-05; b. Wilson, Dec. 22, 1881; p. Dr. Edwin and Olivia (Vines); m. Lyda Faison, Nov. 9, 1907; Presbyterian.

*BARNES, GEO. BADGER

        From Murfreesboro; Norfolk, Va.; b. Northampton co., Aug. 30, 1839; d. Dec. 28, 1893; A.B. 1859; lawyer; comm. merchant; capt. C. S. A.

BARNES, HENRY ALONZO

        Proximity; pres. Clayton; s. p. 1901-02.

BARNES, HUGH ALBERT Merchant

        Maxton; pres. Lumberton; s. p. 1911-12; b. Moore co., May 6, 1892; p. Rory and Sarah Margaret (McLeod); m. Gene Currie, June 12, 1923; pharmacist to 1921; auto, truck, and road machinery bus., 1921-; naval ry. battalion no. 2 World war; Mason; Methodist.

BARNES, JAMES BENETTE

        Sims; s. 1920-21; b. Jan. 8, 1901; p. H. W. and -- -- --.

BARNES, JONAS HERRING Grocer

        Kenly; s. 1912-13; b. Wilson co., Oct. 21, 1892; p. John Thomas and Emma (Dickinson); stock keeper in gen'l. store 4 yrs. in Kenly; stock man & timekeeper in garage 26½ mo.; collector 2 yrs.; now mgr. grocery store; Methodist.

*BARNES, JOHN PATTERSON Physician

        Suggville, Ala.; b. 1826; d. 1875; s. 1841-42.

*BARNES, JESSE SHARPE Lawyer

        Stantonsburg; b. June 18, 1838; killed at Seven Pines, 1862; A.B. 1858; capt., C. S. A.

BARNES, JAMES THOMAS Welfare Superintendent

        Box 674, Wilson; s. 1920-23; b. Wilson co., Dec. 1, 1901; p. R. T. and Sarah C. (Fulghum); m. Sadie Estelle Revelle, Apr. 16, 1924. supt. public welfare Wilson co., 1923-.

BARNES, JOHN THOMAS Tobacconist

        Wilson; A.B. 1923; p. Edwin Tartt and Elizabeth (Pace).

BARNES, JOHN THOMAS, JR.

        Wilson; A.B. 1923; b. Aug. 17, 1902; p. J. T. and -- -- --.

BARNES, LESLIE EDWIN

        Wilson; B.Litt. 1894.

BARNES, LELIA LEAVITT

        Norfolk, Va.; pres. Maxton; s. 1912.

BARNES, RUDOLPH Manufacturer

        Clayton; s. 1915-17; b. Clayton, Jan. 24, 1894; p. William Alfred and Cherrie (Godwin); m. Thelma Lilburn Barbour, Oct. 19, 1920; varsity baseball 1916; capt. 1917; Kappa Psi; sec.-treas. Clayton Buggy & Furniture co., Clayton; 12th anti-aircraft battery, Paris, 1919; Mason; Baptist.

‡BARNES, SAMUEL GRADY

        Greensboro; s. 1917; b. Sept. 11, 1893; p. Mrs. Anne E. Barnes.

BARNES, TONY

        Rock Ridge; s. m. 1920-22; b. Feb. 14, 1899.

BARNES, TROY THOMAS Lawyer

        Wilson; A.B. 1917; Wake Forest col. 1921; b. Lucama, Sept. 17, 1893; p. William A. and Cornelia (Love); m. Berta Hinton, Nov. 26, 1919; U. S. naval reserve force, 1918-19; Methodist.

BARNES, VERNON MEREDITH

        Clayton; s. 1911-13; b. Aug. 13, 1891.

BARNES, WILLIAM BRADY Teacher

        Lucama; A.B. 1917; b. Lucama, Aug. 1, 1887; p. William A. and Cornelia (Love); farmer 1920; teacher 1920-; pvt. A. E. F. 1917-19; Mason; M. W. A.; Methodist.


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*BARNES, WILLIAM DEANS

        From Hertford co.; Marianna, Fla.; b. 1830; A.B. 1852; lawyer; planter; mem. gen'l assem., Fla.; speaker, Fla. senate, 1879; comptroller, Fla., 1881; lieut., C. S. A.; lieut. gov. Fla., 1879.

BARNETT, EUGENE EPPERSON Y. M. C. A. Secretary

        20 Museum road, Shanghai, China; g. s. 1909-10; A.B. Emory col. 1907; s. th. Vanderbilt, 1907-08.

*BARNETT, ORVIN BANNING

        Spencer; b. Aug. 7, 1901; d. May 30, 1921; s. 1919; s. m. 1921; Trinity col. 1920-21; Methodist.

BARNETTE, WALKER

        Huntersville; A.B. 1924; b. June 3, 1901; p. F. A. and -- -- --; Presbyterian.

*BARNETT, WILLIAM ELLIS Lawyer

        Crawford, Ala.; b. 1824; d. 1861; A.B. 1845.

BARNHARDT, CHARLIE CARROLL Lawyer

        High Point; Ph.B. 1905; s. l. 1906-07; b. Guilford co., Nov. 22, 1877; p. Levi and Barbara Harriett (Low); m. Mamie Plunkett, Dec. 17, 1913; Di Soc.; teacher 1906-08; lawyer 1908-.

BARNHARDT, EUGENE C. JR. Manufacturer

        N. Union st., Concord; s. 1907-10; b. Asheville, Dec. 19, 1889; p. Eugene C. and Mary E. (Lunsford); m. Margueritte Brown, Nov. 8, 1917; worked Gibson Mfg. co., Concord, 2 yrs.; sec.-treas. same plant 6 yrs.; N. C. sales mgr. Carolina Sup. co., Greenville, S. C., 3 yrs.; now sec.-treas. Hobarton Mfg. co., Concord; 1st lieut. Nat. Guard Co. "L," 1st N. C., 1912-16; Mason; Elk; Presbyterian.

BARNHARDT, HAROLD MORTON Salesman

        13 Hillside ave., New Hartford, N. Y.; s. 1898-99; b. Pioneer Mills, Oct. 25, 1881; p. John A. and Sallie E. (McClellan); m. Mary F. Brown, Nov. 15, 1911; in gen'l mercantile bus. with father several yrs. after leaving univ.; engaged in selling cotton yarns Philadelphia, New York City, Chicago and Utica; organized Belk mills, a selling agency, 1920; now treas. and gen'l mgr. same; cotton broker; Presbyterian.

BARNHARDT, MRS. J. J.

        (nee Helen Matthews); Concord; s. l. 1917; b. June 26, 1891; p. E. M. and -- -- Matthews.

BARNHARDT, PAUL A. Merchant

        Norwood; s. 1896-97.

BARNHARDT, PINES C. Merchant

        Norwood; s. 1896-97; mem. firm Morrow-Freeman co., Norwood.

BARNHILL, MAURICE VICTOR

        Grace st., Rocky Mt.; s. l. 1907-09; b. Enfield, Dec. 5, 1887; p. Martin V. and Mary (Dawes); m. Nannie C. Barnhill; Methodist Episcopal (South).

*BARNHILL, ROSCOE THOMAS Lawyer

        Enfield; b. July 1, 1879; d. Jan. 18, 1907; s. l. 1899-1901.

BARNHILL, WALKER LEE

        Bethel; s. p. 1908-09, 1912.

*BARR, ABSALOM KNOX Minister

        Rowan co.; b. 1806; d. 1846; A.B. 1827; Presbyterian.

BARR, EDWARD WALL

        Water st., Winchester, Va.; A.B. 1923; V. M. I. 1918-20; b. Winchester, Va., Sept. 24, 1900; p. C. F. and Mary Elizabeth (Wall); Sigma Chi; with Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone co.; Episcopalian.

*BARRETT, ALEXANDER Lawyer

        From Carthage; Marble Hall, Mo.; b. Sept. 18, 1836; d. Feb., 1875; A.B. 1860; lieut. 49th N. C. inf., C. S. A.

‡BARRETT, DAVID SAMUEL Farmer

        Carthage; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; s. 1859-61; b. Mt. Carmel, Jan. 23, 1841; capt. 49th N. C. inf., C. S. A.

*BARRETT, JAMES

        Augusta, Ga.; b. July 18, 1842; d. Sept. 5, 1912; s. 1860-62; A.B. 1911 as of '64.

BARRETT, JAMES FRANCIS Clerk

        University club, Washington, D. C.; s. 1882-84; b. Mocksville, Dec. 19, 1864; teacher, 1885; clerk U. S. treasury dept., 1886-1901; clerk U. S. custom house, New York City, 1901-.

*BARRETT, JOHN THOMPSON

        Farmville; b. Pitt co., Feb. 8, 1835; s. 1855-56.

BARRETT, ROSCOE CONKLING School Superintendent

        Carthage; pres. Ingold; s. l. 1901; A.B. Wake Forest, 1901; b. Moore co., Mar. 22, 1876; supt. public schools, Eastman, Ga., 1902.

*BARRETT, ROBERT GRAHAM Minister

        From Carthage; Salisbury; b. Moore co., Nov. 25, 1830; A.B. 1856; A.M.; chaplain, C. S. A.; Methodist.

BARRIER, GEORGE ALDERMAN

        Dallas, Tex.; s. 1912-13; b. 1891; p. Dr. C. W. and -- -- --.

‡BARRIER, HENRY WEBSTER

        Mount Pleasant; s. 1917.

*BARRINGER, DANIEL MOREAU Lawyer

        Cabarrus co.; b. July 30, 1806; d. White Sulphur Springs, Va., Sept. 1, 1873; m. Elizabeth Wethered, Feb. 2, 1822; A.B. 1826; mem. house of commons, 1829, '34.


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'40, '42, and '52; mem. conv. 1835; mem. Congress 1843-49; minister to Spain, 1849-53; delegate to peace conference, 1861; chmn. state dem. com., 1872; trustee U. N. C., 1832-68; exec. com. bd. of trustees.

BARRINGER, JOHN COYTE

        Maiden; s. 1921-22; b. Sept. 20, 1903; p. P. L. and -- -- --.

*BARRINGER, RUFUS Lawyer

        From Cabarrus co.; Carlotte; b. Dec. 2, 1821; d. Feb. 3, 1895; m. Eugenia Morrison; A.B. 1842; mem. house of commons, 1848; state sen., 1850; brig. gen., C. S. A.

*BARRINGER, VICTOR CLAY Jurist

        Cabarrus co.; b. Mar. 29, 1827; d. Washington, D. C., May 27, 1896; m. Maria Massey; A.B. 1848; lawyer; state sen., 1860; prof., Davidson col., 1860-65; comm. to revise statutes of U. S.; judge, internat. ct. of appeals, Alexandria, Egypt, 1874-94; C. S. A.; trustee, 1868.

*BARRINGER, WILLIAM Minister

        Concord; b. Feb. 18, 1816; d. Mar. 17, 1873; m. Lavinia M. Alston; s. 1833-34; presidng elder in N. C. and S. C. conferences 20 yrs.; four times mem. gen. conf. Methodist Episcopal church, South; Methodist.

BARRINGTON, SYBIL Teacher

        R. 2, Raleigh; pres. Raleigh; A.M. 1923; A.B. N. C. Col. for Women, 1920; b. Bairds Creek, Oct. 5, 1899; p. J. C. and Cassie Ann (Brinson); prin. Hobgood graded sch.; Disciple Christian.

*BARROW, CHARLES HENRY

        From Edgecombe co.; Elm City; b. Nov. 4, 1839; d. Mar. 17, 1922; A.B. 1861; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1868; planter; physician; capt., C. S. A.

BARROW, FREDERICK PROBY

        137 Broad st., Portsmouth, Va.; s. 1875-76; b. Jackson, Apr. 21, 1859; p. Dr. William and Eliza Rebecca (Calvert); m. Mary S. Ham, Apr. 29, 1891; licensed to practice law, 1880; cotton bus. since 1888; with Howell Cotton co. of Ga., Rome, Ga.; Episcopalian.

BARROW, HOWARD LINDSAY

        Raleigh; s. 1915; b. Dec. 27, 1896; p. W. T. and -- -- --.

*BARROW, WILLIAM L. Physician

        Northampton co.; d. 1883; s. 1837-38.

*BARROW, WILLIAM M.

        Edenton; s. 1839-40.

*BARRY, JOHN DECATUR Journalist

        Wilmington; b. June 21, 1840; d. 1867; s. 1856-59; brig. gen., C. S. A.

BARRY, J. E.

        Ravenwood apt., Norfolk, Va.; s. l. 1904-05.

*BARTEE, JAMES R.

        Columbus, Miss.; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; capt., C. S. A.

*BARTLETT, LEONARD WHITE

        Sumter, S. C.; b. 1842; killed in battle of Savage Station, 1862; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; capt., C. S. A.

BARTON, AGNES

        (See Dysart. Mrs. John O.)

BARTON, RUSSELL PRATT

        Hartford, Conn.; s. 1914; b. July 23, 1897; p. George H. and -- -- --.

BARWICK, ALLEN JOHNSON Lawyer

        Raleigh; Ph.B. 1900; b. Lenoir co., Oct. 21, 1877; p. Craven Tull and Nancy Ann (Brooks); m. Anna Killian, Oct. 1, 1907; track; Phi. Soc.; prin, Kinston graded sch., 1900-01; prin. Goldsboro graded sch., 1901-04; supt. Thomasville, Ga., graded sch.,1904-05; supt. Albany, Ga., graded sch., 1905-06; sec. state bd. sch. examiners; chief clerk dept. of educ. N. C., 1907-11; lawyer, 1911-; Kiwanian; mayor Newton; Methodist.

BARWICK, SAMUEL COWARD Farmer

        Grifton; s. 1916; b. Lenoir co., Sept. 15, 1896; p. John H. and Sarah (May); entered U. S. navy Nov. 13, 1917; discharged May 12, 1919; Protestant.

*BASKERVILLE, CHARLES

        From Columbus, Miss.; N. Y. City; b. Noxubee co., Miss., June 18, 1870; d. Jan. 26, 1922; B.S. 1892; Ph.D. 1894; asst. in chemistry lab., 1891-93; inst. chemistry, 1893-94; asst. prof. chemistry, 1894-98; asso. prof. chemistry, 1898-1900; dir. chemistry lab., 1900-04; Smith prof. gen'l and anal. chemistry, 1900-02; Smith prof. gen'l and ind. chemistry, 1902-04; prof. chemistry, N. Y. City col., 1904-; chemist; teacher; author.

*BASKERVILLE, GEORGE

        From Orange co.; s. 1812.

*BASKERVILLE, GEORGE THOMAS Planter

        Mecklenburg co., Va.; b. 1829; killed at Gettysburg, 1863; A.B. 1848; capt. C. S. A.

*BASKERVILLE, WILLIAM R.

        Boydton, Va.; s. 1813.

BASKIN, JOHN HOGAN

        Roy City, Ga.; s. 1919; b. Nov. 24, 1895; p. J. B. and -- -- --.

BASNIGHT, STEIN HUGHES Merchant

        New Bern; A.B. 1913; b. Sept. 19, 1891; p. Jessie S. and Nancy -- -- --; U. S. A. 1918-19.

BASNIGHT, THOMAS GRAY Physician

        Stokes; s. 1902; M.D. Univ. of Md., 1904; b. Dec. 7, 1880.

*BASON, GEORGE FOUST Lawyer

        Alamance co.; b. Orange co., May 20, 1840; d. May, 1907; m. Fanny Badham,


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1871; s. 1859-60; house of rep., 1884-85; asst. U. S. atty., 1885-89; 1st lieut. artillery, C. S. A.; ordinance officer, C. S. A.

*BASON, JOSEPH TROLINGER

        Alamance co.; b. 1840; died in service, 1861; s. 1858-60; sergt., C. S. A.

BASON, SAMUEL MURPHEY

        Yanceyville; s. 1915; b. Dec. 3, 1894; p. W. H. and -- -- --.

BASON, WALTER EDWIN Banker

        Graham; s. 1910-11; b. Alamance co.; p. William H. and Flora G.; m. Conley H., Mar. 20, 1923; bookkeeper, Graham Mfg. co., 1913; ibid. Alamance Bank & Trust co., 1914-15; asst. cashier Nat. Bank of Alamance, Graham, 1916-; Pythian; Presbyterian.

BASON, WILLIAM JENNINGS Teacher

        Simpsonville; s. 1918-21; b. Simpsonville. Dec. 2, 1898; p. W. H. and Flora Green (Murphey); teacher and athletic coach Alexander Wilson sch.; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Mason; Presbyterian.

*BASS, BISCO STATON

        Henderson; b. June 25, 1882; d. Dec. 5, 1904; m. Ida Rowland, Oct. 7, 1903; s. p. 1902-03; pharmacist and drug store owner in Henderson.

*BASS, EDWARD F. Planter

        Columbia, Texas; b. May 1, 1841; died in service, 1862; s. 1859-60; A. B. 1911 as of 1863; capt., C. S. A.

*BASS, GEORGE P. Physician

        From Columbia, Texas; Putnam co., Ga.; b. June 2, 1843; d. 1884; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; C. S. A.

BASS, HARRIS HARTWELL Physician

        309 Zem st., Henderson; s. 1859-6; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1899; b. Dec. 8, 1877; p. Isaac Wilkerson and Sarah Elizabeth (Harris); m. Anna Blanche Hale, Jan. 10, 1900; m. Mary Shepard Ellis, Jan. 10, 1917; surgeon and specialist in neoplastic diseases, with special research in cancer work; mem. Amer. Med. Assn.; Vance co. Soc. Sow. Med.; pres. S. A. L. Surgeon Soc.; pres. Vance co. Med. Soc.; built and equipped Sarah Elizabeth hosp.; Episcopalian.

*BASS, JOHN HIX Journalist

        From Macon, Ga.; Rome, Ga.; b. 1842; s. 1858-60; C. S. A.

BASS, NATHAN ROSCOE Lawyer

        Smithfield; s. a. 1917-18; s. l. 1919-20; s. l. Columbia univ. 1921; b. Lucama, Aug. 31, 1899; p. Nathan and Nancy (Howell); m. Nellie Holt, Apr. 28, 1923.

BASS, SPENCER PEPPIN Physician

        Tarboro; s. 1900-02; M.D. Univ. of Va. 1907.

BASSETT, JOHN SPENCER

        58 Pomeroy Terrace, Northampton, Mass.; s. s. l. 1893; A.B. Trinity 1888; Ph.D. Johns Hopkins 1894; b. Tarboro, Sept. 10, 1867; p. Richard Baxter and Mary Jane (Wilson); m. Jessie Lewellin.

BASSETT, LUCIUS VIRGINIUS Lawyer

        Rocky Mount; s. l. 1896-97; b. Tarboro, Mar. 2, 1861; p. William Amos and Chloe (Miller); Edgecombe co. atty. 1900-04, 1906-08; N. C. sen. 1909-13; mem. comm. on Revision of Courts and Court Procedure by appointment of Gov. Locke Craig; mem. U. S. Assay Comm., 1918; Mason; Methodist.

*BATCHELOR, FRANCIS HOWARD Lawyer

        Raleigh; d. Apr. 20, 1893; A.B. 1891; s. l. 1891-92.

*BATCHELOR, JOSEPH JOHN BRANCH Lawyer

        From Halifax Co.; Raleigh, N. C.; b. Sept. 5, 1825; d. Dec. 11, 1903; A.B. 1845; LL.D. 1891; co. atty., Halifax; co. atty., Warren; mem. house of commons 1860; mem. French comm.; atty. gen'l. 1855.

*BATCHELOR, KEMP BATTLE Physician

        From Raleigh; Baltimore, Md.; b. May 7, 1867; d. Dec. 24, 1898; s. 1886-87; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1889; asso. prof. obstetrics, Women's Med. col., Baltimore, 1895; asso. prof. chem., 1897; prof. physiology.

BATCHELOR, OLIVER DOUGLAS Lawyer

        32 Nassau st., New York, N. Y.; A.B. 1888; s. l. 1888-90; b. Nashville, Dec. 14, 1868; p. Van Buren and Jackey Ann (Bunting); m. Lucy de Vane, Sept. 8, 1920; Mangum medal; Phi. society; Phi Delta Theta; vice-pres. First Nat. bank, Lexington, Va., and First Nat. bank, Buena Vista, Va., 1890-98; gen'l. counsel Jamestown Exposition, 1907; special counsel, U. S. and Mex. Trust co., 1912-; Pythian; Presbyterian.

BATCHELOR, VAN ASTOR Lawyer

        165 Juniper st., Atlanta, Ga.; A.B. 1896; LL.B. Washington and Lee univ. 1898; b. Nashville, Jan. 5, 1875; p. Van Buren and Jackey Ann (Bunting); m. Zelle G. Earnest, June 2, 1904; Phi. Soc.; Beta Theta Pi; practicing atty. 1899-; Knight Templar; Shrine; Pythian; Presbyterian.

BATCHELOR, WILLIAM PLUMMER Clerk

        Raleigh; s. 1867-68; chief clerk, sec. state; mgr. dispensary.

*BATE, JAMES HENRY Minister

        Bertie co.; b. 1815; d. 1848; A.B. 1836.

BATEMAN, HERBERT DALTON Banker

        200 Greg st., Wilson; s. 1897-99; b. Washington co., Oct. 21, 1877; p. Richard M. and Sarah E. (Everett); m. Ida Tucker, Feb. 5, 1903; Phi Soc.; taught Windsor Academy 2 yrs; banker; Methodist.


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BATEMAN, WALTER CASTARPHEN Druggist

        Wilson; s. p. 1902-03; b. Plymouth, Sept. 12, 1879.

BATEMAN, WILLIAM WILEY Merchant

        Creswell; s. 1917-19; Trinity col. 1919-20; b. Creswell, Aug. 27, 1900; p. Henry Wilson and -- --; m. Mary Eugenia Comer, Sept. 6, 1921; mercantile bus. 1920-; S. A. T. C., Trinity col.; Methodist Protestant.

BATES, JOEL ASHFORD

        112 King st., Johnston City, Tenn.; s. 1914-15; Clemson B.S. 1912; b. St. Matthews, S. C., May 27, 1892; p. Dr. Lucius Bellinger and Rebecca (Ashford); Kappa Alpha; cashier and bookkeeper Swift & co., 1915-16; agr. and ind. agents' work with C. C. & O. ry. 1916-17, 1919-21; pres. and mgr. Johnson City Oil co. 1920-22; now with Stanyarne Lettle, real estate and ins.; entered 3rd R. O. T. C. Nov., 1917; 2nd lieut. inf., assigned Camp Merritt; discharged May 29, 1919; Mason; Elk; Rotarian; Methodist.

*BATTLE, ALFRED

        From Nashville; Carthage, Ala.; b. Jan. 6, 1801; d. Jan. 17, 1877; s. 1816; planter; merchant; first pres. Ala. Great So. Ry. co.

*BATTLE, BURRELL Farmer

        Edgecombe co.; s. 1806.

*BATTLE, CULLEN

        Edgecombe co.; b. 1784; d. June 4, 1879; s. 1802; M.D. Univ. of Pa.; planter; physician.

*BATTLE, CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS

        Edgecombe co.; Brownville, Tenn.; b. Mar. 4, 1814; d. May 16, 1859; A.B. 1835; lawyer; private sec. to Gov. Dudley; U. S. A., Mexican war.

*BATTLE, DOSSEY

        From Nash co.; Tarboro; b. Rocky Mt., July 12, 1842; d. Mar. 28, 1900; s. 1858-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; lawyer; journalist; Judge Eastern N. C. criminal circuit ct. 1899-1900; lieut. C. S. A.; judge sup'r. ct.

BATTLE, EDMOND STRUDWICK Construction Engineer

        Care Hospital, Nat. Soldiers' Home, Va.; s. 1889-91; b. Raleigh, Nov. 5, 1873; p. Dr. Richard Henry and Annie Ruffin (Ashe); m. Della Clark, Nov. 18, 1902; lawyer 1891-1911; construction eng. 1911-; sergt.-maj. 3rd battalion 2nd N. C. vol. inf. Spanish-Am. war; pvt. 23rd and 1st engrs. A. E. F. 1918-19; Episcopalian.

BATTLE, FRED GORDON, JR.

        Box 1015, Raleigh; s. 1917-20; b. Durham, Sept. 28, 1900; p. F. G. and Annie (Bently); employee Standard Oil co.; Baptist.

BATTLE, GASTON Farmer

        Rocky Mount; pres. Greensboro; Ph.B. 1890; b. Edgecombe co., Jan. 11, 1871.

BATTLE, GEORGE CULLEN Physician

        269 Hillside st., Asheville; s. m. 1908-10; M.D. Univ of Md. 1912; b. 1883.

BATTLE, GEORGE GORDON Attorney

        37 Wall st., New York, N. Y.; s. 1881-82; M.A. Univ. of Va., 1889; b. Edgecombe co., Oct. 26, 1868; p. Turner Westray and Lavinia Bassett (Daniel); m. Martha Burrell Dabney Bagby, Apr. 2, 1898; deputy asst. dist. atty., N. Y. co., 1892-97; private practice since as Weeks & Battle; then Weeks, Battle & Marshall; Battle & Marshall; O'Gorman, Battle & Marshall; O'Gorman, Battle & Vandiver; O'Gorman, Battle, Vandiver & Levy; since Dec. 31, 1922, Battle, Vandiver, Levy & Van Tine, gen'l. practice 37 Wall st., N. Y. C.; pres. Parks & Playgrounds Assn., N. Y. C.; mem. Nat. Com. on Prisons and Prison Labor; N. Y. Probation and Protective Assn.; chm'n. elective com. of community councils in N. Y.; Assn. of Bar, N. Y. C.; N. Y. co. Lawyers Assn.; N. Y. State Bar Assn.; Nat. Bar Assn. of U. S.; appointed by Gov. Smith, 1919, as comm. to investigate dept. of farms and markets of state; has acted as spec. asst. dist. atty. and spec. atty. gen'l. on various occasions; mem. 7th reg. Nat. Guard, N. Y. state, 1892-97.

BATTLE, HERBERT BEMERTON Chemist

        South Court st., Montgomery, Ala.; B.S. 1881; Ph. D. 1887; b. Chapel Hill, May 29, 1862; p. Kemp Plummer and Martha Ann; m. Alice M. Wilson, Nov. 25, 1885; chemist; asst. chemist N. C. Agr. Exp. Sta. 1881-87; state chemist and dr. in charge ibid. 1887-97; pres. Sou. Chem. co., Winston 1897-1901; Sou. Cotton Oil co., Savannah, Ga., 1902-06; pres. Battle Lab. Corp., Montgomery, Ala., 1906-; chemist N. C. State Bd. of Health 1887-97; ibid. N. C. Geol. Survey 1887-92; prof. chemistry Leonard Med. sch., Ralegh, 1886-97; fellow Am. Assn. for Advancement of Science; mem. Am. Chem. Soc.; pres. Am. Oil Chem. Soc.; Am. Soc. Testing Mat.; Ala. Tech. Assn.; co-author Chemical Conversion Tables, edited and published 1885-1909.

*BATTLE, HENRY LAWRENCE

        From Edgecombe co.; Yorktown, Va.; b. Feb. 24, 1833; d. Feb. 4, 1862; s. 1851-52; C. S. A.

BATTLE, HENRY LAWRENCE Manufacturer

        28 Market st., Manchester, N. H.; s. 1879-81; b. Dec. 4, 1862.

BATTLE, HYMAN L.

        234 Sunset ave., Rocky Mount; s. 1914; b. Rocky Mount, Aug. 11, 1896; p. Thos. H. and Sallie (Hyman); m. Mamie L. Braswell, June 22, 1921; mgr. Rocky Mt. Mills; enlisted motor transport corps U. S. A. June 15, 1917; 2 yrs. service; sergt.; Episcopalian.


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*BATTLE, ISAAC LUTHER Planter

        From Edgecombe co.; Marianna, Fla.; b. Aug. 11, 1816; d. Dec. 17, 1843; s. 1834-35; mem. legislature, Fla.

BATTLE, IVAN PROCTOR Physician

        531 Sunset ave., Rocky Mt.; s. m. 1900-02; M.D. Jefferson, 1904; b. near Rocky Mt., Sept. 18, 1880; p. Geo. Cullen and Lizzie (Philips); m. Emily Marriott, Nov. 19, 1913; Episcopalian.

*BATTLE, JACOB Lawyer

        Rocky Mount; b. Falls of Tar River, Jan. 16, 1852; d. Dec. 12, 1916; m. Iva Isabelle Steele, July 15, 1884; m. Nellie Gupton, Nov. 4, 1896; s. 1866-68; A.M. 1872, Univ. of Va.; state sen. 1893-1915; judge sup'r. ct. 1893-95; trustee U. N. C. 1893-1901; Episcopalian.

BATTLE, JACOB, JR. Insurance

        Rocky Mount; s. 1891-92; b. Yorkvlle, S. C., April 22, 1875.

*BATTLE, JEREMIAH

        From Edgecombe co.; Raleigh; d. 1824; s. 1798; physician; author.

*BATTLE, JOEL

        Rocky Mount; b. May 16, 1779; d. Aug. 25, 1829; s. 1798-1800; planter; mfr.; built in 1820 one of the first cotton mills in N. C.

*BATTLE, JOHN BELL

        Arlington, Tenn.; b. Oct. 18, 1837; killed on way home from Elmira prison, June, 1865; s. 1856-57; brig. provost marshall, C. S. A.

*BATTLE, JUNIUS CULLEN

        From Chapel Hill; Oxford; b. Raleigh, Aug. 13, 1841; killed at South Mt. Va., Oct. 2, 1862; A.B. 1860; teacher; corp., C. S. A.

*BATTLE, JOEL DOSSEY

        Chapel Hill; b. Mar. 12, 1828; d. Nov. 22, 1858; A.B. 1847; A.M. 1852; M.D. Univ. of Pa.; physician; merchant.

*BATTLE, JOHN MANNING

        From Battleboro; New York; b. Oct. 24, 1891; killed in France, July 19, 1918; A.B. 1911; s. l. 1911; deputy asst. dist. atty. of New York, 1917; 2nd lieut. 23d inf.

*BATTLE, JAMES P.

        Edgecombe co.; b. May 11, 1829; d. Oct. 3, 1865; s. 1846-47; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1850; physician; planter.

*BATTLE, JAMES SMITH

        Edgecombe co.; b. June 25, 1786; d. July 18, 1854; m. Tempy Fort; s. 1802; planter; judge of the ct. of pleas and quarter sessions; Baptist.

*BATTLE, JAMES SMITH Manufacturer

        Tarboro; b. Edgecombe co., May 30, 1846; d. Jan. 26, 1894; s. 1864-67; state sen. 1881-83; lieut. and aide-de-camp to Gen. W. R. Cox, C. S. A.; officer U. S. reserve service; trustee, U. N. C., 1883-91.

BATTLE, JAMES W. Lawyer

        Tarboro; s. 1919-23.

BATTLE, JAMES WILSON

        304 Adams st., Montgomery, Ala.; s. 1910; b. Raleigh, Mar. 8, 1893; p. Dr. Herbert Bemerton and Alice (Wilson); A. E. F. 1917-19.

BATTLE, KEMP DAVIS Lawyer

        117 N. Franklin st., Rocky Mount; A.B. 1909; s. l. 1909-10; LL.B. Univ. of Denver, 1914; b. Rocky Mount, Oct. 9, 1888; p. Thomas Hall and Elizabeth Mershan (Davis); m. Laura Maud Bunn, Oct. 30, 1917; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Beta Kappa; Golden Fleece; Gimghoul; Odd Number; Epsicopalian.

*BATTLE, KEMP PLUMMER Educator

        Chapel Hill; b. Franklin co., Dec. 19, 1831; d. Feb. 14, 1919; m. Martha Ann Battle, Nov. 28, 1855; A.B. 1849; A.M. 1852; tutor, math., 1850-54; LL.D. Davidson, 1878; bank dir.; author; lawyer; mem. conv. 1861; pres. Chatham Ry. co., 1861-65; state treas., 1865-68; pres. State Agr. Soc., 1867-70; pres. U. N. C. 1876-91; alumni prof. hist., 1891-1919; trustee, U. N. C., 1862-68 and 1874-1919; sec.-treas bd. trustees, 1874-96; author History of U. N. C.

*BATTLE, KEMP PLUMMER, JR.

        From Raleigh; Chapel Hill; b. Raleigh, Mar. 9, 1859; d. Mar. 23, 1922; m. Eliza N. McKee, Feb. 4, 1890; A.B. 1879; s. m. 1879-80; M.D. Univ. of Va., 1881; M.D. Bellview, 1882; Phi Kappa Sigma; physician; surgeon; teacher; interne Charity hosp., Blackwell's Island, N. Y., 1882-83; interne, lunatic asylum, B. Isl., N. Y., 1883-84; asst. surg. U. S. marine hosp. service, 1884-85; mem. N. C. state bd. med. examiners, 1897-1900; prof. physics Leonard Med. sch., Shaw univ., 1885-1922; prof. diseases of ear, nose and throat, U. N. C., 1902.

*BATTLE, KEMP PLUMMER, III

        From Lilesville; Red Springs; b. Nov. 28, 1872; d. Dec. 26, 1922; m. Jessie Scott, June 28, 1911; s. 1890-91; merchant, hotel proprietor.

BATTLE, LEWIS JUNIUS Physician

        1401 Kennedy st., Washngton, D. C.; Ph.B. 1886; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1893; b. Raleigh, Aug. 6, 1865; p. Richard Henry and Annie Ruffin (Ashe); m. Ida M. Polkinham, Feb. 4, 1903; physician and surgeon Washington, since Nov., 1893; local surg. B. & O. Ry., since 1897; 3 yrs. asst. visiting physician Emergency hosp., Washington; 5 yrs. mem. visiting staff casualty hosp.; pres. Washington Med. & Surg. Soc., 1907; bd. of directors Chamber of Commerce; chm'n. pub. health com. past 10 yrs.; past 4 yrs. member local U. S. pension exam. bd. of surgs.; Episcopalian.


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*BATTLE, MARMADUKE

        Tarboro; b. Dec. 16, 1863; d. June 16, 1889; s. 1881-83; farmer; U. S. revenue service.

BATTLE, NEWSOM PITTMAN

        Tarboro; B.S. 1924; b. Feb. 16, 1896; Episcopalian.

BATTLE, OCTAVIUS Farmer

        R. No. 3, Tarboro; s. 1878-79.

*BATTLE, RICHARD HENRY

        From Edgecombe co.; Raleigh; b. Feb. 15, 1807; d. Nov. 22, 1882; A.B. 1828; lawyer; merchant; state comm. war claims; sec. N. C. Mut'l. Life Ins. co.

*BATTLE, RICHARD HENRY

        From Chapel Hill; Raleigh; b. Louisburg, Dec. 3, 1835; d. May 19, 1912; m. Annie Ruffin Ashe, Nov. 28, 1860; A.B. 1854; LL.B. 1858; LL.D. 1895; tutor of Greek and math. 1854-58; lawyer; state auditor, 1864; chm'n. state dem. exec. com., 1884-88; trustee U. N. C. 1879-1912; sec. and treas. bd. of trustees, 1891; mem. gen'l assem. 1911; 1st lieut. C. S. A.; mem. exec. com. bd. of trustees; Episcopalian.

BATTLE, THOMAS HALL Banker

        142 Church st., Rocky Mt.; A.B. 1880; s. l. 1881-82; b. Raleigh, Aug. 2, 1860; p. Dr. Kemp Plummer and Martha Ann (Battle); m. Elizabeth Mershon Davis, Nov. 9, 1887; m. Sallie Dortch Hyman, Oct. 23, 1896; m. Mary Norcom Weddell, Oct. 6, 1920; Di. Soc.; tutor in private family 1 yr.; law Tarboro Dec., 1882-1884; law Rocky Mt., 1884-1898; banking and cotton mfg. Rocky Mt., 1898-; pres. Nat. Bank of Rocky Mt., Rocky Mt. Savings and Tr. co., Rocky Mt. Ins. & Realty co., Rocky Mt. Homestead & Loan Assn.; treas. Rocky Mt. Cotton Mills; solicitor Edgecombe co. ct. 1882-85; mayor Rocky Mt. 10 yrs.; alderman Rocky Mt. 20 yrs.; chm'n. School Bd. 1885-1919; pres. Rocky Mt. Pub. Library Asso.; trustee U. N. C.; Episcopalian.

*BATTLE, TURNER WESTRAY

        From Rocky Mount; b. June 25, 1863; d. Mar. 18, 1907; s. 1879-81; merchant; European rep. Va.-Car. Chem. co.

*BATTLE, TURNER WESTRAY Planter

        From Edgecombe co.; Rocky Mount; b. Feb. 6, 1827; d. Aug. 17, 1895; A.B. 1846; A.M. 1847; capt. C. S. A.

*BATTLE, WILLIAM HORN

        From Edgecombe co.; Chapel Hill; b. Oct. 17, 1802; d. Mar. 14, 1879; A.B. 1820; LL.D. 1853; lawyer; mem. house of c. 1833-35; reporter to supr. ct., 1834-40; judge sup'r. ct., 1840-48; judge supr. ct., 1848-68; prof. law, U. N. C., 1845-68 and 1877-79; was twice commissioned to revise N. C. statutes.

*BATTLE, WILLIAM HORN

        From Chapel Hill; Lilesville; b. 1833; d. April 29, 1893; A.B. 1853; M.D. Univ. of Pa.; planter; physician; brig. surg. C. S. A.; trustee, U. N. C., 1874-79.

BATTLE, WILLIAM HORN Merchant

        Pee Dee; s. 1896-97; b. Aug. 27, 1879.

BATTLE, WILLIAM JAMES Teacher

        Universty of Texas, Austin; A.B. 1888; M.A. Harvard 1891; Ph.D. ibid. 1893; b. Raleigh, Nov. 30, 1870; p. Kemp Plummer and Martha Ann (Battle); Di. Soc.; editor University Magazine; Zeta Psi; instr. Latin U. N. C. 1889-90; tutor Latin Univ. of Chic. 1893; assoc. prof. Greek Univ. of Tex., 1894-98; full prof. 1898-1917; dean col. of arts 1908-11; dean faculty 1911-17; acting pres. 1914-16; prof. Greek Univ. of Cincinnati 1917-20; prof. classical languages, Univ. of Tex., 1920-; visiting prof. Greek, Harvard Univ., 1923; 2 yrs. pres. Univ. Club, Austin; 3 times deputy gen. conv. Episcopal church; author sundry magazine articles; pres. Tex. Fine Arts Assn.; pres. Tex. Classical Assn.; member exec. com. Classical Assn. Middle West & South; member exec. com. comm. on higher educ. of Assn. of Sou. Coll. & Secondary Sch.; chm'n. regional com. south west of classical investigation by Am. Classical League; Episcopalian.

*BATTLE, WILLIAM KEMP

        From Raleigh; Dunn; b. Sept. 26, 1880; d. Aug. 4, 1905; s. 1897-1900; bank officer.

*BATTLE, WESLEY LEWIS

        Chapel Hill; b. Oct. 13, 1843; killed at Gettysburg, 1863; s. 1859-62; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; lieut. C. S. A.

*BATTLE, WILLIAM SMITH

        From Edgecombe co.; Tarboro; b. Oct. 4, 1823; m. Elizabeth M. Dancy, July 25, 1845; A.B. 1844; planter; cotton mfr.; mem. conv. 1861; dir. state insane asylum, Raleigh.

*BATTLE, WILLIAM SMITH Merchant

        Tarboro; b. Rocky Mt., July 8, 1850; d. Feb. 21, 1869; s. 1866-67.

BATTLE, WILLIAM SMITH, JR. Claim Agent

        1222 Franklin rd., S. W., Roanoke, Va.; s. 1886-88; ry. service, N. and W. ry., 1888-.

‡BATTS, CHARLES VAN BUREN Physician

        Willard; s. m. 1893-4; trucker.

*BATTS, HENRY THOMPSON

        Tarboro; b. Rosedale, Edgecombe co.; killed by insane negro, July 11, 1902; m. Margaret Louise Huff, May 10, 1898; s. 1893-94; s. m. 1894-95; s. m. Univ. of Md. 1897; physician; coroner, Norfolk; Episcopalian.

BATTS, JOSEPH JOHN, JR.

        Wilson; s. p. 1915; b. July 24, 1890.


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BATTS, KATHERINE GALLOWAY Secretary

        R. F. D. "Rosedale" Speed; pres. Chapel Hill; A.B. 1922; St. Mary's 1916-20; b. near Tarboro, May 25, 1900; p. Dempsey Bryan and Katherine Helene (Galloway); Beta Alpha Phi; Pi Beta Phi; accessioner cat. dept. U. N. C. Lib. 1922-23; sec. to dir. Carolina Playmakers, 1924; Episcopalian.

BAUCOM, AZER DOW Teacher and Farmer

        Monroe; s. 1916; b. Monroe, Apr. 18, 1896; p. Baucom J. and Malona (Whitley); m. Ruth Elizabeth Secrest, Apr. 9, 1922; entered army Monroe June 25, 1918; trained Camp Jackson; France with 81st div.; battles at Vosges Mts. and Argonne Forest; discharged June 27, 1919.

BAUCOM, ALFRED VERNON Druggist

        Apex; s. p. 1904; b. Morrisville, Mar. 18, 1874.

BAUCOM, GEORGE URIAS, JR. Auditor

        Box. 213, Raleigh; A.B. 1909; b. Wake co., Feb. 22, 1887; p. G. U. and Irene (Allen); m. Virginia Pugh, June 15, 1921; prin. Bladenboro H. S. 1910-12; asst. auditor Wake co. 1912-18; auditor C. V. York Construction co., 1918-19; vice-pres. Guaranty Title Ins. co., 1920-23; ibid. Winston Title Abstract co. 1923-; Presbyterian.

BAUGHAM, WILLIAM EDWARD Merchant

        Washington; s. 1911-12; A.B. V. M. I. 1915; b. Washington, Aug. 31, 1894; m. Edwa Earle Willis, Oct. 12, 1917; tob. bus. 'till 1921; since then junior member of Talley & Baugham, inc., retail and wholesale seed, feed, and provisions, Washington; A. E. F. as 1st lieut. 1917-19; Mason; Methodist Episcopal (South.)

BAUGHAM, WILLIAM MASON Salesman

        Rich Square; s. 1920-21; Trinity col.; b. Rich Square, July 9, 1902; p. W. R. and Willie (Smallwood); insurance 1922; traveling salesman 1923-; Mason; Methodist.

BAUGUESS, WALTER RALEIGH Lawyer

        Jefferson; s. 1906-09; s. l. 1910-12; b. Ashe co., May 25, 1888; p. Thomas J. and Birdie E. (Foster); m. Maude Wilcox Smith, Dec. 28, 1915; Di Soc.; mem. firm Councill & Bauguess 3 yrs.; later special atty. Va. Iron Coal & Coke co.; practicing alone since; vice-pres. N. C. Good Roads Assn.; dir. Western N. C. Tourist Ind. Assn.; U. S. comm.; Chmn. Ashe co. bd. of charities; 2 yrs. gen. counsel for co. road comm.; mem. aeronautical bd. of commissioners; chm'n. co. rep. exec. com.; delegate to rep. nat. conv. 1924.

BAUM, EDWARD OSSIAN

        Poplar Branch; s. 1920-23; b. Blackwater, Va., Nov. 25, 1901; p. Dr. Julian C. and Lily J.; m. Mittie Woodref Fearing, Elizabeth City, April 25, 1924; Phi. Soc.; Baptist.

BAXLEY, ELISHA ROWLAND Bookkeeper

        Roberdel; pres. Rockingham; s. 1919-20; b. Roberdel, May 17, 1896; p. Thos. B. and Cornelia Ann (Terry); electrician 2 yrs.; bookkeeper since; Camp Greenleaf, Ga., July 6, 1918; transferred Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., and Ft. Monroe, Va.; then to army reserve depot, New Cumberland, Pa.; attached to med. dept.; discharged Feb. 18, 1919; Mason; Methodist.

*BAXTER, GEORGE A.

        Richmond, Va.; killed in battle; s. 1851-52; capt., C. S. A.

BAYLEY, ELDEN

        Care The William Bayley co., Springfield, Ohio; B.S. 1910, as of 1909; b. May 28, 1888.

BAYNES, RALPH HENRY Physician

        Hurdle Mills; s. 1908-19; s. m. 1910-12; b. Sept. 17, 1889.

*BEACH, NEWTON LEWIS

        Morganton; b. Morganton, Aug. 29, 1891; d. Oct. 8, 1918; s. p. 1914; pharmacist Winston-Salem and Morganton; enlisted U. S. Marine Corps 1917; killed Chateau-Thierry 1918; Baptist.

‡BEAL, JAMES ROBERT

        Timberlake; s. 1915.

‡BEAL, RICHARD TERRY

        Red Oak; s. 1921-1922; b. June 18, 1901.

BEAL, SEAWELL KILLIAN

        Lincolnton; s. 1919-20; b. July 31, 1900.

BEALE, CARL WINGATE Bookkeeper

        Jackson; s. 1904-05; Wake Forest col.; b. Potecasi, June 6, 1886; p. J. R. and Mary A. (Bangham); employee traffic dept. S. A. L. Ry.; teacher; bookkeeper; Woodman; Baptist.

BEALE, JESSE JORDAN Teacher

        Potecasi; A.B. 1923; b. Potecasi, June 1, 1900; p. John Randolph and Margaret A. (Parker); Epsilon Phi Delta; Phi Soc.; Mason; Baptist.

BEALL, FRANK HARPER Farmer

        Linwood; s. 1888-90; b. Linwood, Oct. 14, 1870; p. James F. and Cornelia (Harper); Presbyterian.

BEALL, JOHN MCCULLOCK

        Pugh bldg., Cincinnati, Ohio; s. 1882-83; Davidson col.; b. Davidson co., May 29, 1869; p. Thomas Burgess and Betty (Howard); m. Navorra Kontz; Kappa Alpha; Presbyterian.

*BEALL, ROBERT LAMAR Physician

        From Davidson co.; Lenoir; d. Nov. 23, 1891; A.B. 1852; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1856; mem. Gen'l. Assem., 1862; trustee 1883-91.

*BEALL, THOMAS SETTLE Lawyer

        Greensboro; b. Jan. 13, 1885; d. Oct. 3, 1918; s. a. 1900-02; s. l. 1905-07; Presbyterian.


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*BEALL, ZEPHANIAH

        Georgia; s. 1821-22.

BEAM, EUGENE HOLMES Lawyer

        Salisbury; s. 1. 1905-06; A.B. Davidson.

BEAM, LESLIE BERGE Educator

        Crouse; pres. Lincolnton; s. 1909-10; Lenoir col. 1913-15; b. Cherryville, Oct. 23, 1892; p. Dr. J. Lee and Ida (Helms); m. Mattie Elizabeth Kendrick, Dec. 22, 1915; teacher Gaston and Lincoln cos. 1910-13; Lincoln co. supt. of schs. 1915-; Kiwanian; Methodist.

BEAM, MIKE SETH School Superintendent

        Newton; A.B. 1910; b. Lincoln co., Aug. 13, 1881; p. Geo. W. and Barbara (Sain); m. Ethel Wood, Aug. 3, 1921; prin. Dallas H. S. 1910-14; supt. Lincolnton graded sch. 4 yrs.; supt. Newton graded sch. 3 yrs.; asst. co. supt. Catawba co. 2 yrs.; now supt. Albemarle sch.; Kiwanian; Mason; Lutheran.

BEAM, ROBERT DAVID Student

        Shelby; s. 1918-19; N. C. State col. 1921-; b. Shelby, Jan. 12, 1901; p. D. Augustus and Sue (Palmer); Sigma Phi Epsilon; employee Gilbert C. White, constr. engr., Durham, 3 yrs.; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Baptist.

BEAM, RUSSELL S. Specialist

        Lumberton; s. m. 1909-10; Rutherford col.; Wofford; Univ. of Md.; M.D., Jefferson, 1912; Univ. of Pa.; Moorfields, London, Eng.; b. Rutherfordton, Dec. 13, 1887; p. Edward and Katherine (Bennett); m. Vashti Fuller White, Apr. 2, 1921; interne Scranton, Pa., State hosp., 1912-13; gen'l practice, Lumberton, July-October, 1913; present in charge eye, ear, nose & throat dept., Baker sanatorium & Thompson hosp., Lumberton, and consultant to State hosp., Raleigh; pres. Robeson Co. Med. soc.; A. E. F.; in charge eye, ear, nose & throat dept. base hosp. No. 66, Neufchateau, France; 1st lieut., later capt.; entered June 13, 1917; discharged Mar. 3, 1919; Mason; Methodist.

BEAM, WILLIAM SPEIGHT Lawyer

        Law bldg., Charlotte; s. 1910-13; b. Shelby, Sept. 8, 1890; p. D. Augustus and Sue (Palmer); Di Soc.; Alpha Tau Omega; Sigma Upsilon; enlisted May 10, 1918, in judge advocate dept., 81st div.; overseas; pvt. to sergt.-maj.; discharged June, 1919; Baptist.

BEAMAN, CHESTER THOMAS

        Snow Hill; s. 1922; b. May 7, 1904.

*BEAMAN, JOHN ROBINSON, JR.

        From Clinton; Washington, D. C.; b. 1852; d. Dec. 27, 1903; m. Roberta Regan; s. a. 1877-79; s. l. 1881-82; planter; lawyer.

BEAMER, PETER ROBERT Farmer

        Dobson; pres. Mt. Airy; s. 1884; b. Dobson, June 30, 1862; p. Jacob and Rachel (Cunningham); m. K. T.Beamer, Jan. 26, 1898; teaching till 1904; farmer since; Baptist.

BEAR, CHARLES EDGAR

        128 Broadway st., Roanoke, Va.; s. 1904-05; Va. Poly, inst.; Roanoke col.; b. McGaheysville, Va., Dec. 5, 1883; p. John Henry and Lizzie S. (Stephens); m. Vivian C. Coleman, Jan. 30, 1916; varsity football; Pi Kappa Alpha; retail lumber bus.; now in automobile bus.; Elk; Methodist.

BEAR, HENRY CLAY Realtor

        614 Market st., Wilmington; s. 1894-95; b. Wilmington. Oct. 19, 1878; p. Marcus and Caroline (Demelman); m. Lena Solomon, Feb. 23, 1904; wholesale dry goods merchant, 1896-1909; realtor, 1909-; Jewish (Reformed).

BEAR, MOSES

        Wilmington; s. p. 1901.

BEARD, BRYCE PARKER Jobber

        309 W. Bank st., Salisbury; s. 1912; b. Salisbury, Aug. 15, 1893; p. Peter Bryce and Pauline Elizabeth (Parker); m. Mildred Cameron Patterson, Dec. 15, 1920; traveling salesman, 1914-17; Texas in employment Crown Cork & Seal co., Baltimore, 1917-19; mercantile bus., Salisbury, 1920; salesman Sou. Carbonic co., Charlotte, 1921-23; firm of Beard & Beard. Salisbury, mfg. agts. & jobbers; 2nd O. R. C., Aug. 27-Nov. 27, 1917. Camp Oglethorpe. Ga.; assigned Co. "L," 30th inf., Dec. 15; 1st lieut. inf. res.; Camp Greene, Charlotte, 3 mo.; sailed overseas duty as bat. adj. 3rd bat., 30th inf., Apr. 1, 1918; combat duty, May 28-Nov. 11, 1918; liason off. div. hqtrs., May 28, assigned as asst. to sec. G. S. 3rd div.; Nov. 1 assigned to 1st corps hqtrs.; with 7th army corps hqtrs. in Germany, Dec. 1918-Apr. 1919; engaged in Aisne Marne-Oise Marne offensive & defensive sectors; Champaigne Marne, St. Mihiel offensive; Meuse Argonne offensive, Oct. 26-Nov. 11, 1918; discharged May 10, 1919; Episcopalian.

BEARD, GROVER CLEVELAND Physician

        Atkinson; s. m. 1908-10; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1912; b. Cedar Creek, Oct. 12, 1887; p. David Edolphus and Katherine L. (Haggard); m. Sallie Herring, July 2, 1918; 1st lieut. med. corps U. S. army, Chickamauga Park, 1918; Mason; Baptist.

BEARD, JOHN GROVER Teacher

        Chapel Hill; Ph.G. 1909; b. Kernersville, Apr. 5, 1888; p. James William and Susan Jane (Phillips); m. Mary Polk McGehee, Apr. 22, 1913; Kappa Sigma; asst. in pharmacy, 1908-09; instr. ibid., 1909-14; asst. prof. ibid., 1914-17; asso. prof. ibid., 1917-19; prof. ibid., 1919-; 12 yrs. sec.-treas. N. C. Pharmaceutical assn.; managing editor Carolina Journal of Pharmacy; author Therapeutic Terms and Common Diseases; co-author with Geo. Howe, Latin for Pharmacists; devised special method of extracting active principles of


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drugs by use of apparatus of own design known as "Percolation Under Reduced Pressure."

*BEARD, JOHN L.

        From Rowan co.; s. 1814.

BEARD, NATHANIEL SHELLEY

        742 Oak st., Winston-Salem; pres. care Export Leaf Tob. co., Petersburg, Va.; s. 1918; S. A. T. C.

*BEARD, WILLIAM H.

        North Carolina; d. Aug. or Sept., 1825; s. 1823-25.

BEARDEN, GEORGE STEELE Minister

        Toms Brook, Va.; g. s. 1913; Univ. of S. C.; Newberry col.; b. Columbia, S. C., June 29, 1868; p. Geo. Washington and Ellen A. (Steele); m. Sarah Kate Luther, Nov. 6, 1895; Methodist minister of Chapel Hill while at univ.; Lutheran minister since; author of The Prodigal Father, a novel, and A Treatise on the Lord's Prayer, published by Stratford co., Boston; Lutheran.

BEASLEY, BENJAMIN FOREST

        Wilson; s. 1918.

‡BEASLEY, CHARLES TREVELYEN

        Tampa, Fla.; s. 1920-21; p. m. 1922; b. Feb. 12, 1898.

BEASLEY, EDWARD BRUCE Physician

        Fountain; s. m. 1907-09; M.D. Univ. of Pa. 1911; b. Colerain, Nov. 11, 1888; p. T. E. and Nannie Leary (Britton); m. Louise Xma Ferebee. Oct. 7, 1913; Queen's hosp., Honolulu; physician, Fountain; Baptist.

‡BEASLEY, ELLIOT LANEY Insurance

        2119 Oak st., Jacksonville, Fla.; s. 1917; B.S. in C. E. Alabama Poly. inst., 1922; insurance adjuster for Aetna Casualty & Surety co.; S. A. T. C.

BEASLEY, JAMES EDWARD Insurance

        605 S. McLean st., Memphis, Tenn.; A.B. 1859; b. Plymouth, Aug. 31, 1839; p. John Baptist and Mary (Alexander); m. Minna Treadwell; dry goods, 1860; clothing, 1866-76; insurance, 1876-; bd. of educ., Memphis, 8 yrs., pres, 5 yrs.; with Tenn. troops in western army May, 1861-Apr 26, 1865; entered as pvt., ended as adj. of Strahl's brigade, Cheatham's div.; wounded Battle of Perryville, Ky., Oct. 8, 1862; engagements in all battles fought by army of Tenn.; surrendered at Greensboro Apr. 26, 1865; Episcopalian.

*BEASLEY, JOSEPH H.

        From Plymouth; Talladega, Ala.; s. 1835-36.

*BEASLEY, WILLIAM FESSENDEN

        From Tarboro; Baltimore, Md.; b. Plymouth, Feb. 10, 1845; d. April, 1917; s. l. 1865-66; lawyer; inventor; manufacturer; lieut. col., 71st N. C., C. S. A.

*BEATTY, DOUGLAS PEARSON Physician

        Mocksville; s. 1848-50.

*BEATTY, HENRY F.

        Bladen co.; s. 1809.

BEATTY, JOHN DAY, JR. Lawyer

        Wilmington; pres. Ivanhoe; s. l. 1922-23; b. Bladen co., Feb. 7, 1892; p. Neil McLaurin and Elizabeth (Corbett); house of rep., 1924; Mason; Presbyterian.

*BEATTY, WILLIAM H.

        Hillsboro; s. 1840-42.

BEAUDRY, FRANCIS EARL

        Winston-Salem; s. 1919-1922; b. June 6, 1901.

BEAVER, JAMES AUBREY

        Salisbury; pres. 3044 "N" st., N. W., Washington, D. C.; s. 1919; Davidson col. 1920-23; Trinity col. 1924; b. Salisbury, June 28, 1903; p. D. A. and -- -- --; Beta Theta Pi.

BEAVERS, JOHN THOMAS Physician

        Riverside hosp., Newport News, Va.; s. m. 1908-10; Univ. of Md.; M.D. Johns Hopkins; Trinity, 1907; b. Durham co., Sept. 14, 1888; p. James Wesley and Ida M. (Shepherd); m. Mary Casey; supt. and gen'l mgr., Riverside hosp., Newport News, Va.; Baptist.

*BECK, THOMAS K.

        Kahawba, Ala.; s. 1825; planter; mem. gen'l assem., Ala.

BECKERDITE, WILLIAM HUGH Lawyer

        605 O'Hanlon bldg., Winston-Salem; s. l. 1909-11; b. Forsyth co., June 5, 1888; p. Hugh L. and Mathilda (Teague); m. Maude C. Rose, Apr. 25, 1923; U. S. commissioner; Lutheran.

BECKHAM, VIRGIL GUSTAVUS

        Hiddenite; s. l. 1912; b. Aug. 12, 1886; p. W. C. and -- -- --.

*BECKTON, FREDERICK E.

        Jones co.; s. 1804.

BECKWITH, CLIFTON WARREN

        Raleigh; s. 1912; b. Apr. 4, 1893; p. B. C. and -- -- --.

*BECKWITH, DANIEL GREEN Physician

        From Ascend; Scranton, Pa.; b. Feb. 7, 1863; d. Jan. 15, 1898; s. m. 1890-91; Wake Forest col.; Baptist.

*BECKWITH, JAMES FABIUS Physician

        From Chatham co.; Plymouth, Pa.; b. Oct. 10, 1853; d. about 1905; m. Bessie Payne; s. m. 1878-79; Baptist.

*BECKWITH, SIDNEY THOMAS Lawyer

        From Lake Landing; Monroe; Wash.; b Hyde co., Feb. 6, 1864; d. Mar. 3, 1897. LL.B. 1885; s. a. 1882-83.

BEDDINGTON, CHARLES DAVID, JR.

        Wakefield; s. 1919; b. Mar. 2. 1901.


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BEDDINGFIELD, CHARLES HERMAN Druggist

        Main st., Clayton; s. 1915-16; b. Louisburg, Oct. 24, 1894; p. Alonzo Theodore and Bettie (Sumpter); m. Telza Barnes, Mar. 19, 1921; worked in drug store, Clayton, 1916; passed state pharm. exam., 1917; with Pope & Stallings 'till Mar. 15, 1919; bought out concern and continued bus.; since Aug., 1919, known as Beddingfield Bros.; Baptist.

*BEENE, BENJAMIN YANCEY Lawyer

        Catawba, Ala.; b. 1826; d. 1856; A.B. 1849.

BEERS, CHARLES DALE Student

        Box 522, Asheville; pres. 3222 Abell ave., Baltimore, Md.; A.B. 1921; A.M. 1922; Johns Hopkins, 1922-; b. Painter Creek, O., Apr. 4, 1901; p. Dr. Chas. and Alma (Bireley); Tau Kappa Alpha; Sigma Xi; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Tau Delta; Di Soc.; Methodist.

†BEERY, S. WALLACE

        Florence, Ga.; s. 1859-61.

*BEIN, HUGH HAGART

        From New Orleans, La.; Little Rock, Ark.; b. Jan. 25, 1841; A.B. 1859; LL.B.; adj. gen'l., C. S. A.

BEL, MRS. FRANK EDMOND

        (Nee Patterson, Miss Hallie Oldring); 7 Foxcraft rd., W. Hartford, Conn.; s. 1913; b. Medford, Mass., July 10, 1885; p. Chas. Brodie and Elizabeth (Vaughn); m. Frank Edmond Bel; Congregationalist.

*BELDEN, ARTHUR WILLIAMS

        Wilmington; b. Nov. 28, 1876; d. Dec. 5, 1920; B.Litt. 1897; g. s. 1897-98; chemist, S. C. & I. Ry. co.

BELDEN, LOUIS DEKEYSER Physician

        624 Hume Mansur bldg., Indianapolis, Ind.; B.S. 1910; s. m. 1912; A. & M., Raleigh, 1905-06; M.D. Johns Hopkins, 1913-15; b. Wilmington, Dec. 7, 1888; p. Louis S. and Isabel (Williams); football; chemist U. S. bureau of mines, Pittsburg, Pa., 1910-12; Roosevelt, Bellevue Vol. hosp., New York City, 1915-17, 1920-21; med. practice, Indianapolis, July, 1921-; lieut. U. S. med. corps, 1917-18; capt., 1919-20; N. Y. C., May 19, 1917; 4th eng., 12th machine gun co., 39th & 58th inf., 28th field hosp., hdq. 4th div.; Aisne Marne; St. Mihiel; Meuse Argonne; Episcopalian.

BELK, JAMES BOGAN

        Monroe; pres. Charlottesville, Va.; s. l. 1906-07; b. Monroe, Oct. 24, 1886; p. P. R. and Mary; m. Marion E. Jones, Oct., 1910; owner, Albemarle Oil & Gas co., of Va.

BELK, WILLIAM PARKS

        524 N. 63rd st., Philadelphia, Pa.; A.B. 1911.

BELL, BENJAMIN, JR. Production Manager

        918 Park ave., Richmond, Va.; s. 1897-1902; b. Wilmington, May 21, 1882; p. Benjamin and Henrietta (Kershaw); Di Soc.; editor Tar Heel; local staff Charlotte Observer, 1902; news editor Wilmington Messenger, 1902-09; asst. news editor Richmond Times Dispatch, 1909-18; news editor Richmond News Leader, 1918; copy desk Philadelphia Public Ledger, 1919; production mgr. Cecil, Barreto & Cecil, inc., Richmond, 1919-; pvt. Richmond light inf. blues, 1917-19; Episcopalian.

BELL, BAXTER ISRAEL

        Swan Quarter; s. 1909-10; s. m. 1910; b. Aug. 4, 1889.

‡BELL, BERDON MANLY

        Wakefield; s. 1922; Wake Forest col. 1918-20; b. Sept. 7, 1900.

BELL, COY BREVARD

        Troy; s. 1919-20; b. Mar. 6, 1898.

BELL, CLIFTON LINWOOD

        Swan Quarter; s. l. 1915; b. Feb. 2, 1891; p. E. B. and -- -- --.

*BELL, DAVID Lawyer

        Enfield; s. 1876-79; mem. gen'l assem., 1885-86.

BELL, DANIEL LONG Lawyer

        Pittsboro; A.B. 1915; LL.B. 1917; b. Enfield, Apr. 15, 1894; p. David and Eliza Ann Lila (McLin); m. Alice Peoples, Apr. 6, 1920; pres. Athletic assn., 1916-17; Phi Soc.; Sigma Chi; Phi Delta Phi; town commissioner, Pittsboro, 1919-; mayor pro tem, Pittsboro. 1919-; exec. com. Democratic party, 4th cong. dist., 1924; U. S. A. 1917-18; 2nd lieut. 316 F. A., June, 1918; Mason; Pythian; Episcopalian.

BELL, EDWARD EARL Farmer

        Pollocksville; s. 1910-11; p. Joseph Hiram and -- -- --; m. Nannie Creagh; A. E. F.

‡BELL, ERIC FRANKLIN

        Athens, O.; s. 1912-14; A.B. Ohio univ., 1922; b. Dunn, July 30, 1893; p. Mordecai and Naomi; 2 yrs. prin. H. S., Lower Salem, O.; Baptist.

*BELL, EDWARD STARKIE J.

        Bladen Springs, Ala.; b. Jan. 25, 1834; d. May, 1906; A.B. 1858; lieut., C. S. A.

BELL, EARL V. Druggist

        Zebulon; s. 1916-17; b. Wakefield, Dec. 15, 1892; p. Dr. G. M. and Helen (Richardson); druggist, Citizens Drug co., Zebulon, since 1917; U. S. A. med. corps 1917-18; Baptist.

BELL, EDWIN WALTER

        Canton; s. 1918.

BELL, FRANK DURHAM Manufacturer

        Tuxedo; A.B. 1921; Citadel, 1914-15; b. Henrietta, Apr. 5, 1898; p. Joseph Oscar


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and Lillie (Durham); m. Hannah Baldwin Townsend, May 15, 1923; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; dir. Camp Mondamin for boys, and sec. Green River Mfg. co.; A. E. F. Nov. 17, 1917-Mar.21, 1919; pvt. to corp.; stationed around Toul sector; Mason; Baptist.

BELL, FELIX ORTAN

        Reidsville, Ga.; s. 1913; b. Mar. 27, 1890; p. R. R. and -- -- --.

BELL, HOLLEY MACKIE Druggist

        King st., Windsor; s. p. 1902-03; Univ. Col. of Md., 1903-04; b. Mapleton. Sept. 24, 1880; p. Capt. D. and Cecelia (Holley); m. Kate Capehart, Oct. 17, 1906; Alpha Tau Omega; druggist; farmer; Mason; Odd Fellow; Modern Woodman; Methodist.

*BELL, JAMES FRANKLIN

        From Statesville; Ark.; b. 1829; died in service, 1862, Knoxville, Tenn.; A.B. 1852; journalist; lawyer; sergt., C. S. A.

*BELL, JOSEPH MASTERS Planter

        Jackson, Ark.; A.B. 1854; mem. gen'l assem., Ark.; C. S. A.

BELL, LORENZO JAMES School Superintendent

        Rockingham; Ph.B. 1898; Univ. of Tenn.; b. Kings Mountain. Jan. 26, 1878; p. Capt. W. T. R. and Nancy (Hill); m. Rachel Covington, June 6, 1917; Beta Theta Pi; editor Hellenian; Di Soc.; grad. magna cum laude; prin. Waco sch., 1898-99, 1900-01; prin. Cherryville sch., 1899-1900; prin. Shelby sch., 1901-02; prin. Rockingham H. S., 1902-06; supt ibid. 1906-; supt. Richmond co. sch., 1916; sec. state educ. comm., 1918-22; Methodist.

*BELL, LUTHER RICE

        Oxford; b. Feb. 3, 1842; killed in battle; A.B. 1861; C. S. A.

*BELL, ROBERT

        Louisburg; s. 1801.

*BELL, REUBEN HOLLAND

        Swan Quarter; s. 1910.

BELL, ROBERT PURDY

        Concord; s. 1919; b. May 6, 1902.

*BELL, SAMUEL SLADE Lawyer

        New Bern; b. 1804; A.B. 1823.

BELL, THEODORE ROOSEVELT Boat Line Operator

        Marshallberg; s. 1918; b. Marshallberg, Nov. 27, 1899; p. Hull B. and Lillie T. (Fulford); owner and operator boat line, New Bern, 1919-; also mercantile bus. 1922-; mem. sch. com. Smyrna Consolidated H. S. since May 10, 1922; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C., Oct. 1-Dec. 10, 1918.

*BELL, WILLIAM ALEXANDER

        Eutaw, Ala.; b. 1825; d. 1850; A.B. 1842; U. S. army, Mexican war.

BELL, WALLACE W.

        Sanford, Fla.; s. 1922; b. Feb. 11, 1903.

*BELLAMY, BENJAMIN ALEXANDER

        From Marianna, Fla.; Carthage, Tex.; b. 1833; s. 1851-53; C. S. A.

BELLAMY, CHESLEY CALHOUN Lawyer

        215 17th st., Wilmington; A.B. 1909; s. l. 1910-11; b. Wilmington, Sept. 4, 1887; p. Marsden and Harriet (Harllee); m. Caroline Louise Mallett, Aug. 5, 1912; Delta Kappa Epsilon; spec. atty. city of Wilmington; Mason; Presbyterian.

*BELLAMY, CHARLES EDWARD Physician

        From Marianna, Fla.; Bolivar co., Miss.; b. Apr. 5, 1832; killed in battle, Ringold, Ga., July 27, 1864; A.B. 1851; M.D., Univ. of Pa., 1855; surgeon, C. S. A.

BELLAMY, CLAYTON GILES Student

        323 S. 3rd st., Wilmington; A.B. 1923; s. l. 1923-; b. Wilmington, Nov. 7, 1902; p. John Dillard and Mary (Giles); Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Episcopalian.

*BELLAMY, EDWARD C. Physician

        From Nash co., N. C.; Miss.; d. 1861; s. 1818.

BELLAMY, EMMETT HARGROVE Lawyer

        602 Market st., Wilmington; A.B. 1912; Davidson col., 1907, 1908-09; Harvard univ. 1912-13; LL.B. Columbia univ., 1915; b. Wilmington, Feb. 12, 1891; p. John Dillard and Emma May (Hargrove); m. Lillian Frances Maxwell, Mar. 26, 1924; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Phi Soc.; N. C. gen'l assem. 1921; N. C. sen. 1923; mem. state ship & water transportation comm., Wilmington Chamber of Commerce, N. C. Bar assn.; asst. dist. gov. Lions Club of N. C.; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut., battery "C," 80th F. A., 7th ammunition train-1st ammunition train, A. E. F., 1917-19; Odd Fellow; Episcopalian.

BELLAMY, HARGROVE

        Wilmington; s. 1915; b. Jan. 30, 1896; p. R. R. and -- -- --.

*BELLAMY, JOSEPH CLINCH

        Enfield; b. Nash co., Mar. 7, 1840; d. Dec. 3, 1920; A.B. 1861; farmer; state sen., 1895-97; dir. state hosp., 1895-1901; sec. bd. dir. State hosp., 1897-1901; C. S. A.

BELLAMY, JOHN DILLARD, III Lawyer

        Rooms 7-9, Odd Fellows bldg., Wilmington; A.B. 1890; s. l. 1891; b. May 10, 1870.

BELLAMY, JOHN DILLARD, III. Accountant

        Market st., Wilmington; s. 1894-95; b. Wilmington, Oct. 10, 1872; p. William Jas. Harriss and Mary Williams (Puissell); Sigma Alpha Epsilon; banker; railway employee; accountant; Wilmington light inf.; Mason; Presbyterian.

BELLAMY, JAMES EXUM

        Enfield; s. 1920; b. Nov. 8, 1901.


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*BELLAMY, MARSDEN

        Wilmington; b. Jan. 14, 1843; d. Dec. 1, 1909; s. 1858-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; lawyer; co. atty.; paymaster C. S. navy, 1862-65; trustee U. N. C., 1891-97.

BELLAMY, MARSDEN Lawyer

        17 S. 7th st., Wilmington; A.B. 1899 magna cum laude; s. s. l. 1900; b. Wilmington, Dec. 4, 1878; p. Marsden and Harriet (Harllee); m. Sue Clark, Nov. 14, 1906; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gorgon's Head; editor Tar Heel; Phi Beta Kappa; mem. law firm Bellamy & Bellamy, Wilmington, 1900-; city atty., 1905-09; co. atty., 1909-13, 1915-; state sen. representing New Hanover and Brunswick co., 1913; pres. Rotary club, 1922-23; chmn. New Hanover co. dem. exec. com., 1912; Mason; Order of Red Men; Junior; Royal Arcanum; Episcopalian.

‡BELLAMY, RUSSELL Physician

        Wilmington; s. 1887-89; M.D. N. Y. univ., 1892; b. Feb. 12, 1871; house staff Bellevue hosp., 1892-94; attending surgeon, Hudson St. hosp.; health bd., N. Y.

*BELLAMY, RICHARD BLOUNT

        From Marianna, Fla.; Campbellton, Fla.; b. Battleboro, Apr. 7, 1833; d. May 24, 1898; A.B. 1855; M.D. Bellevue, 1872; druggist; physician; surgeon, C. S. A.

BELLAMY, ROBERT HARLLEE Physician

        Wilmington; s. a. 1897-98; s. m. 1898-1900; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1902; m. Lucy Bridgers, 1911; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Theta Nu Epsilon.

BELLAMY, SPIER COFFIELD Planter

        Enfield; s. 1878-1901.

*BELLAMY, WILLIAM CROOM Physician

        From Marianna, Fla.; Atlanta, Ga.; b. 1830; d. April, 1918; s. 1847-51; surgeon, C. S. A.

BELLAMY, WILLIAM JAMES Lawyer

        515 Market st., Wilmington; pres. Morganton; s. l. 1895-97; b. Nov. 5, 1876; city atty., 1901.

*BELLAMY, WILLIAM JAMES HARRIS Physician

        Wilmington; b. 1844; s. 1860-63; A.B. 1911 as of 1864.

BELLAMY, WILLIAM MCKOY Lawyer

        Wilmington; s. 1899-1902; s. l. 1904-05.

BELLOIS, GEORGE WILLIAM

        Wilmington; s. 1909-11.

*BELSHER, THADDEUS CONSTANTINE

        From Pickensville, Ala.; Columbus, Miss.; b. July 21, 1832; d. Oct. 3, 1901; A.B. 1857; A.M.; founder and pres. Carrollton col.; founder, Univ. Columbus (Miss.); C. S. A.

*BELT, THOMAS WRIGHT

        Iredell co.; d. 1860; A.B. 1827; planter; physician.

†BELT, TOWNSEND WENTWORTH Merchant

        Leesburg, Va.; s. m. 1902; b. Mar. 30, 1880.

*BELTON, HENRY J. G.

        Salisbury; s. 1836.

†BELVIN, EDWARD DOBBIN

        Meridian. Miss.; s. 1911; b. Sept. 19, 1894.

BENBOW, CHARLES FRANK Banker

        Ardmore, ave., Winston-Salem; A.M. 1915; A.B. Guilford col., 1914; b. East Bend; p. Dr. W. E. and Martha Jane (Poindexter); m. Ruth Harper, June 6, 1923; prin. East Bend H. S., 1915-17; pres. Benbow Linsley co., 1920-; sec. Am. Bond Mortgage co., 1921-; sec. Bldg. & Loan assn.; 2nd lieut. U. S. A. 1917-18; Methodist.

BENBOW, EDGAR VERNON Student

        East Bend; B.S. med. 1923; b. Feb. 3, 1899.

BENBOW, FRANK BYRON Lawyer

        Winston-Salem; s. l. 1893-94; A.B. Guilford, 1891; state legislature.

BENBOW, JOHN THOMAS Physician

        O'Hanlon bldg., Winston-Salem; s. 1907-08; N. C. Med. col.; Guilford; b. East Bend, Dec. 18, 1882; p. William Evan and Mattie Jane (Poindexter); practiced med. East Bend 1910 until late war; since war physician, Winston-Salem; enlisted as 1st lieut. ambulance co. 321, 306 san. tr.; promoted capt.; overseas as commanding officer; after first battle maj. & commander field hosp. 322, 306 san. tr.; Odd Fellow; Modern Woodman; Junior; Elk.

BENBOW, JOHN THOMPSON Lawyer

        Winston-Salem; s. l. 1893-4; A.B. Guilford col., 1890; postmaster.

*BENBURY, JOSEPH

        From New Orleans, La.; Lucato Corter Sp--, Honduras; d. 1903; s. 1857; planter; lawyer; mem. gen'l. assem., La.

*BENBURY, JOHN AVERY

        Edenton; b. 1827; d. Richmond, July 6, 1862 (of wounds received at Malvern Hill); s. 1843-44; A.B. Princeton; lawyer; mem. house of commons, 1856-58; capt., C. S. A.

*BENBURY, JAMES EMORY

        Sunbury; b. Aug. 31, 1841; d. 1862; s. 1858-62; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; C. S. A.

*BENBURY, LEMUEL GREECY

        Edenton; b. Nov. 3, 1836; d. 1872; A.B. 1858; mem. house of commons, 1862-64; Capt., C. S. A.

BENCINI, RICHMOND BANKS

        404 E. Central ave., Orlando, Fla.; s. 1917; b. Dec. 24, 1897.


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BENDER, ERNEST LINWOOD Physician

        Pollocksville; s. 1909-11; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1916; b. Pollocksville, Sept. 1, 1892; p. T. S. and Virginia (Kilpatrick); m. Mary E. Strother, June 2, 1917; contract work with N. & W. Ry., Roanoke, Va., and Dare Lbr. co., Dare co., N. C., 1917; since then private practice, Pollocksville; Episcopalian.

BENDER, JOHN ALPHEUS Teacher

        Box 56, Polocksville; pres. Box 423, Clemson col., S. C.; B.S. 1922; M.S. 1923; b. Pollocksville, Dec. 12, 1902; p. T. S. and Virginia (Kilpatrick); Alpha Chi Sigma; Sigma Xi; editor-in-chief Carolina Chemist; instr. U. N. C. sum. sch., 1923; asst. prof. chemistry, Clemson col., 1923-; mem. Am. Chemical soc.; author with F. C. Vilbrandt, Solubility of Nickel Sulfate by Floating Equilibrium Method, published Sept., 1923, in Industrial and Engineering Chemistry, New York; Episcopalian.

BENDER, ROBERT PHILEMON Lawyer

        Pollocksville; s. 1914-15; b. Pollocksville. Jan. 1, 1887; p. Bryan and Lucy (Tolson); m. May Edwards; laywer, Pollocksville, 1916-; city atty., Pollocksville; Woodman; Presbyterian.

BENDER, WILLIAM ROBERT

        Pollocksville; s. 1918; b. Pollocksville, Aug. 31, 1900; p. T. S. and Virginia (Kilpatrick); S. A. T. C.; Mason; Episcopalian.

*BENJAMIN, JOSEPH

        From New Orleans, La.; Ciengolfo, Honduras; b. South Carolina, 1826; d. Sept., 1902; A.B. 1847; planter; fruit and coffee grower.

*BENNEHAN, THOMAS DAVIS Planter

        Orange co.; b. 1781; d. 1847; A.B. 1801; trustee, U. N. C., 1812-47.

*BENNERS, AUGUSTUS Lawyer

        From New Bern; Greensboro, Ala.; d. Aug. 7, 1885; A.B. 1837; mem. gen'l. assem., Ala.

BENNETT, CRAWFORD DUNLAP Lawyer

        214 W. 18th st., Oklahoma City, Okla.; s. 1888-90; s. l. 1894-95; b. Anson co., Mar. 7, 1870.

BENNETT, EDWIN KEITH

        Care Pedro Gomez, Mena y Hijo, Bauners, Havana, Cuba; s. 1916; b. Aug. 1, 1895; p. W. R. and -- -- --.

BENNETT, FRANK, JR. Soil Scientist

        Wadesboro; pres. Care Bureau of Soils, Washington, D. C.; s. 1896-1901; b. Paris, N. C., Mar. 8, 1879; soil scientist, U. S. bureau of soils, 1901-.

BENNETT, HUGH HAMMOND Scientist

        Care Bureau of Soils, Washington, D. C.; B.S. 1903; b. Wadesboro, Apr. 15, 1881; p. William Osborne and Rosa (Hammond); m. Betty Virginia Brown, 1921; Di Soc.; Phi Delta Theta; mem. comm. reporting on agri. possibilities Canal Zone. 1909; Alaskan explorer for govt., 1914; mem. Alaskan comm., 1916; mem. internat. boundary comm., Guatemala-Honduras, 1919; in charge soil investigations Red River boundary dispute, 1922; rep. dept. of agri. U. S. on rubber comm. visiting Central and South Americas, 1923-24; author Soils and Agriculture of the Southern States and many scientific and governmental publications; 1st lieut. engrs., U. S. A., 1918; Episcopalian.

BENNETT, JOSEPH HAMMOND Physician

        Wadesboro; s. 1889-90; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1894; b. Anson co., Oct. 17, 1870; p. William Osborne and Rosa Elizabeth (Hammond); supt. health, Anson co.; pres. Anson Co. Med. soc.; surgeon A. C. L. & Winston-Salem South Bound Rys.; Woodman; Mason; Pythian; Odd Fellow; Episcopalian.

BENNETT, JOHN TYLER Lawyer

        Wadesboro; s. 1886-89; b. Anson co., May 6, 1868; p. David Nevil and Agnes Craighead (Dunlap); m. Kate Shepherd, June 14, 1893; Sigma Nu; Episcopalian.

BENNETT, JUNIUS WHITE Farmer

        Reidsville; s. 1903-05; b. Reidsville, Sept. 12, 1881; p. James Henry and Mary Louisa (Holderby); teacher 6 yrs.; newspaper work 2 yrs.; farmer; Primitive Baptist.

BENNETT, KELLY EDMOND Druggist

        Bryson City; Ph.G. 1912; b. Bryson City, Feb. 8, 1890; p. Aurelius McDonald and Marg Charlotte (Hyatt); m. Ola Tila Zacberg, Dec., 1913; druggist; realtor and insurance; mem. N. C. and Am. Phar. assns.; mem. Nat. Highways assn.; mem. Masonic Research soc.; N. C. sen., 1917; Mason; Odd Fellow; Presbyterian.

*BENNETT, MARK

        Town Creek, Edgecombe co.; b. 1833; d. 1851; s. 1851.

BENNETT, OSCAR KIMSEY Lawyer

        31 Woodfin place, Asheville; s. l. 1909-10; b. Haywood co., Oct. 5, 1882; p. J. Newton and Jalie Elizabeth (Gillett); m. Ethel Genevieve Robinson, Sept. 24, 1913; practicing atty., 1911-18, 1920-23; city solicitor, Asheville, 1920-23; special agent bureau investigation, dept. justice, 1918-20; mem. Lions club; home guards, 1918; Junior; Methodist.

BENNETT, PAUL ARCHER Cashier

        710 Hawthorne road, Winston-Salem; A.B. 1913; b. Winston-Salem, Nov. 17, 1892; p. Archer Robeson and Emma (Martin); m. Vera K. Early, Sept. 4, 1918; Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; Gorgon's Head; with Du-Pont Powder co., 1914-17; govt. powder works, Jacksonville, Tenn., 1917-18; retail shoe bus. Winston-Salem 1919-20; treas. & mgr. Standard Motor co., Winston-Salem, 1920-22; cashier Motor co., 1922-23; Presbyterian.


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BENNETT, WILLETT AMOS Lumberman

        Hendersonville; s. 1906; b. Tryon, July 14, 1886; p. Howard and Samantha (Wilson); m. May Clifton; Baptist.

BENSON, CHASE HOWARD Teacher

        Swan Quarter; A.M. 1924; A.B. Trinity col., 1921; b. Swan Quarter, Mar. 10, 1899; p. Zack and Mary M.; Phi Beta Kappa; teacher Sladesville H. S., 1921-22; prin. Derita H. S., 1922-23; S. A. T. C. Trinity col., 1918; Methodist.

†BENSON, JAMES WILLIAM

        Beasley Hall; s. m. and p. 1885-86.

BENTHALL, GEORGE W.

        Norfolk Fertilizer co., Norfolk, Va., s. 1885-86.

BENTHALL, RAYMOND CARSON Clerk

        Woodland; s. 1922; Wake Forest col.; b. Woodland. Apr. 6, 1904; p. Rabon and Cora --; Baptist.

BENTON, GARLAND FILLMORE

        Spencer; s. 1921; b. Dec. 5, 1902.

*BENTON, JAMES

        Orange co.; s. 1802.

BENTON, JOHN HOGAN Merchant

        Monroe; s. 1878-79; b. 1855.

*BENTON, THOMAS HART

        From Orange co.; Washington, D. C.; b. Mar. 14, 1782; d. Apr. 10, 1858; s. 1799; editor Missouri Enquirer; mem. gen'l. assem., Tenn.; U. S. sen. from Mo., 1821-51; mem. Congress, 1853-55; author of Thirty Years View and Abridgment of Debates in Congress; col., Tenn. Vols., 1812-13; lieut. U. S. A., 1813-14.

BERKELEY, ALFRED RIVES Minister

        1427 Polymma st., New Orleans, La.; A.B. 1900; A.M. 1901; b. Jackson, Tenn., Sept. 2, 1880; p. Edmund and Julia (Ramsey); m. Sarah Bernard Manning, Dec. 11, 1907; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Di Soc.; editor univ. Magazine; missionary work in Rockingham and Stokes counties, 1904-11; vicar Chapel of the Holy Communion, Philadelphia, 1911-16; rector St. Paul's Episcopal church, 1916-; Mason; Odd Fellow; Junior; Episcopalian.

BERKELEY, GREENVILLE RAMSEY Physician

        2807 Calomal ave., Norfolk, Va.; A.B. 1903; s. m. 1903-04; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1906; b. Jackson, Tenn., Apr. 6, 1883; p. Edmund and Julia (Ramsey); m. Mildred Jones, July 19, 1911; varsity football and track; Di Soc.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; demonstrator anatomy, U. N. C., 1906-07; interne Norfolk Protestant hosp., 1907-08; physician, 1908-; Episcopalian.

BERNARD, HOLMAN Physician

        Pilot Mountain; s. m. 1907; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1912; b. Greenville, Oct. 27, 1889; p. Claude M. and Lucy S.; m. Bessie Josephine Humphries, Nov. 2, 1916; Chi Zeta Chi; Mason.

BERNARD, SILAS GARRETT Lawyer

        Asheville: s. l. 1901.

BERNARD, WILLIAM STANLEY Teacher

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1900; M.A. 1904; g. s. 1904-06; Epis. Theo. Sem. of Va., 1893-95; Univ. of Chicago. 1906; Columbia, 1909-11; b. Greenville, Sept. 15, 1867; p. William Augustus and Mary Ann (Smith); m. Adeline Claypoole; Phi Soc.; Phi Delta Theta; editor, Magazine, 1900; Gimghoul; instr. Greek, Episc. Theo. Seminary, Alexandria, Va., 1894; commandant and teacher. Trinity sch., Chocowinity, 1894-97; librarian, U. N. C., 1900-01; instr. Greek, U. N. C., 1901-06; asso. prof. Greek. 1906-20; prof. Greek, 1920-; Episcopalian.

BERNAU, RUDOLF CARL Jeweler

        208 S. Elm st., Greensboro; s. 1919-20, Davidson; Trinity; b. Abbeville, S. C., Nov. 15, 1900; p. R. C. and Janie (Kirkpatrick); m. Caroleen Lambeth, Nov. 16, 1922; served 13 mo., pvt. to color sergt.; Presbyterian.

BERNHARDT, CLARENCE THEOPHILUS Salesman

        N. Main st., Salisbury; s. 1902-03; N. C. Col. of A. and E.; b. Salisbury, Oct. 7, 1882; p. Caleb Theophilus and Laura (Linn); m. Sadie Snider, July 8, 1911; clerk, time-keeper, accountant, Sou. Ry., Spencer; salesman, Salisbury Hdw. & Fur. co.; Lutheran.

BERNHARDT, JAMES LEAK

        Care State hosp., Morganton; s. 1902-03.

‡BERRIER, ZERO OTHO Merchant

        Winston-Salem; s. 1895-96; b. Arcadia, Jan. 26, 1877.

BERRY, ALEXANDER BENNERS Postmaster

        Swan Quarter; s. 1905-06; b. Swan Quarter, Dec. 19, 1886; p. Alexander and Frances -- --; m. Annie Pollard, Feb. 7, 1912; mgr. & prop. merc. bus. 1913-19; real estate and insurance., 1919-24; potsmaster, Swan Quarter, 1924-; I. O. O. F.; Methodist.

BERRY, BENJAMIN CARROLL Salesman

        Hertford; s. 1913-14; b. Perquimans co., Nov. 6, 1895; p. Benjamin Augustus and Annie (Bateman); m. Blanche Moore, Nov. 5, 1919; farmer, 1914-18; fur. salesman, W. M. Morgan, Hertford; q. m. 1st class N. C. nav. res., pvt. U. S. tr. det. A. & E. col., canteen officer Camp Gordon. 2nd lieut. inf., O. R. C.; Mason; Modern Woodman; Baptist.

*BERRY, CICERO N.

        Hillsboro; d. Apr. 10, 1904; s. 1850-52; A.B. Princeton; lawyer; farmer.

*BERRY, GEE WOOD Planter

        Marion Dist., S. C.; d. about 1886; A.B. 1847.


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BERRY, HARRIETT MOREHEAD

        301 Hendricks st., Greensboro; s. 1905; State Normal 1894-97; b. Hillsboro; p. Dr. John and Mary Elizabeth (Strayhorn); sec. N. C. Geol. & Econ. survey; sec. N. C. Good Roads assn.; editorial dept. N. C. Industries, Greensboro Daily News; asso. editor Cherokee Scout; sec. legislative council of women; organizer of credit unions, N. C.; author reports N. C. Geol. and Econ. Survey on roads, minerals and drainage; Episcopalian.

BERRY, JOHN Physician

        Box 410, Greensboro; s. 1902-04; s. m. 1904-06; M.D. Jefferson. 1908; b. Hillsboro, Mar. 31, 1883; p. Dr. John and Mary Elizabeth --; m. Mary Burwell Strudwick, Apr. 21, 1923; Omega Upsilon Phi; resident physician, Polyclinic Hosp. of Phila., Pa., 1908-10; asso. med. dir., Mt. Alto Sanatorium, Mt. Alto, Pa., 1910-17; asso. med. dir., Hamburg Sanatorium, Hamburg, Pa., 1919-20; Guilford co. med. soc.; N. C. med. soc.; Am. med. assn.; Sou. med. assn.; maj. med. reserve, A. E. F., 1917-19; Mason; Elk.

BERRY, JENNINGS BRYAN Tobacconist

        905 Shepherd st., Durham; s. 1918; b. Durham, Aug. 25, 1900; p. John Henry and Melissa Lavinia (Vickers); m. Ruth Mills, Mar. 28, 1921; employee Am. Tob. co. 1 yr.; ibid. R. J. Reynolds Tob. co. 1 yr.; ibid. Liggett & Myers Tob. co. 1922-; Baptist.

BERRY, MARGARET KOLLOCK Lawyer

        117 Law bldg., Charlotte; A.B. 1913, LL.B. 1915; B.S., N. C. col. 1912; b. Orange co.; p. Dr. John and Mary Elizabeth (Strayhorn); mem. N. C. Bar assn.; Charlotte rep. Nat. Bus. & Prof. Women's Clubs, St. Louis, Mo., 1919; 1st woman atty. to win case before N. C. Supr. Ct.; pres. Charlotte Bus. & Prof. Women's Clubs, 1919; sec. & treas. Mecklenburg Bar assn., 1924; mem. Am. Bar assn.; Episcopalian.

BERRYHILL, WALTER REECE Student

        R. F. D. 4, Charlotte; A.B. 1921; s. m. 1923-; Ga. Tech. 1918; b. Charlotte, Oct. 14, 1900; p. Samuel Reece and Minnie Eugenia (Scott); Di Soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Chi; Delta Sigma Phi; asst. supt. Baird's sch., 1921-22; prin. Big Springs H. S., 1922-23; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C., 1918; stationed Ga. Tech. with marine unit; Presbyterian.

*BEST, BENJAMIN CLAUDIUS Lawyer

        From Oxford; Waco, Tex.; b. Jan. 22, 1876; d. Sept. 30, 1904; s. a. 1894-98; s. l. 1897-99.

*BEST, BENJAMIN SPENCER

        Grifton; b. May 18, 1880; d. Apr. 18, 1910; s. 1899-1902.

*BEST, CHARLES EXUM Lawyer

        Oxford; b. Jan. 6, 1875; d. New Orleans, Feb. 29, 1916; s. a. 1893-97; LL.B. 1898.

BEST, EDWARD LEIGH Educator

        Louisburg; s. 1902-03; Columbia univ., 1916-17; b. Louisburg, Aug. 30, 1884; p. D. E. and Francis M. (Jackson); m. Nan R. Malone, Nov. 27, 1909; prin. Cedar Rock acad., 1906-07; prin. Louisburg H. S., 1908-14; supt. Franklin co. schools, 1914-24; mem. State col. summer faculty, 1917-23; dir. of educ. in Louisburg Female col.; dist. trustee Kiwanis club, Louisburg; Mason; Junior; Methodist.

BEST, HENRY BLOUNT Physician

        103 Pine st., Wilson; s. 1903-07; M.D. 1907; b. Greene co., Apr. 30, 1883; p. Thos. Haywood and Mary Jane (Blount); Phi Delta Theta; Phi Chi; with Carolina Gen. Hosp., inc.; Am. Med. assn.; N. C. Med. soc.; 5th Dist. Med. soc.; Wilson Co. Med. soc.; Wilson Rotary club; Wilson chamber of commerce; Methodist.

BEST, HENRY MILTON Merchant

        Fremont; s. 1918-19; b. Fremont, Apr. 20, 1901; p. P. M. and Annie P. (Best); Pythian.

BEST, JOHN HARPER Pharmacist

        416 Gorrell st., Greensboro; pres. Box 276, Asheboro; Ph.G. 1923; b. Eureka, May 29, 1897; p. Dr. Benjamin William and Eliza Jarman (Williams); m. Ruth Ashmore Vernon, Goldsboro, Aug. 11, 1921; U. S. N. 1918-19; Mason; Baptist.

BEST, JOHN HENRY Physician

        Mapleville; s. m. 1901-02.

BEST, LEE JAMES Lawyer

        Dunn; s. s. l. 1919; A.B. Trinity col., 1918; b. Dunn, Sept. 22, 1895; p. Lee Jackson and Florrie (Vestal); m. Martha Madred Hood, Mar. 24, 1920; Kappa Sigma; pvt.corp.-sergt.-2nd lieut, 1st lieut., 322nd inf., Camps Jackson and McArthur, U. S. A. 1917-18; Pythian; Moose; Methodist.

*BEST, ROBERT JUDSON

        La Grange; b. Sept. 22, 1893; d. June 15, 1915; s. 1914; drug clerk 1913-14; Christian (Disciples).

BETHEA, JOHN CRAWFORD Lawyer

        Dillon, S. C.; s. 1914.

BETHEA, JAMES McRAE

        Dillon, S. C.; A.B. 1924; b. Oct. 9, 1902; p. T. W. and -- -- --; Methodist.

*BETHELL, PINKNEY C.

        Caswell co.; s. 1835-36.

*BETHELL, WILLIAM D.

        From Rockingham co.; Ruffin; s. 1831-33; state sen.

*BLACKMAN, NEILL ROBERT

        From Plains, Ga.; Boston, Ga.; d. 1917; s. 1897; s. l. 1901.


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*BETHUNE, RICHARD FREDERICK

        St. Pauls; d. Dec. 8, 1922; s. 1913; Ala. Poly. inst.

*BETTENCOURT, WILLIAM H. Merchant

        Wilmington; b. 1834; d. 1865; s. 1851-52.

*BETTNER, GEORGE SHONNARD Physician

        From New Bern; New York; b. 1801; d. 1860; A.B. 1823; tutor, 1826; author Acton, or the Circle of Life; tutor, U. N. C., 1823-24.

*BETTS, ALEXANDER DAVIS Minister

        Winslow; b. Aug. 25, 1832; d. Dec. 15, 1918; A.B. 1855; A.M.; D.D. 1895; chaplain, C. S. A., 13th reg.; Methodist.

BETTS, CLARENCE EDWARD Teacher

        160 Linwood ave., Atlanta, Ga.; A.B. 1904; N. C. col.; b. Albemarle, Oct. 20, 1881; p. Dr. Henry W. and Mary Lizzie (Heilig); m. Mary Salome Wilson, Nov. 29, 1911; Di Soc.; Presbyterian.

BETTS, JAMES RUSSELL, JR.

        Macon; s. 1916; b. Nov. 11, 1893; p. J. R. and -- -- --.

BETTS, THOMAS ALEXANDER

        Macon; s. 1922; b. Nov. 8, 1904.

BETTS, WILLIAM ARCHIBALD Minister

        Cherokee, Tex.; Ph.B. 1880; N. C. Col. of the Lutherans, 1876-78; b. Stedman, Sept. 22, 1857; p. Rev. Dr. Alexander Davis and Mary Elizabeth (Davis); m. Lillie Evelyn Wadsworth, May 13, 1881; m. Lula Frances Young, May 4, 1898; gen. sec. Y. M. C. A., Charleston, S. C., 1880; ministry S. C. conference, 1881-1908; prof. Mansfield (La.) Female col. 1908-09; pres. Montrose (Miss.) Junior col., 1910; minister Fla. conference, 1910-15; S. C. conference evangelist, 1915-20; pastor Wichita Falls and Cherokee, Tex., 1921-; numerous historical and biographical church papers; publisher Experience of a Confederate Chaplain; compiler word edition Songs of the U. N. C.; Methodist.

BIAS, CLYDE HAROLD

        Mitchell ave., Salisbury; s. 1920-22; b. Sept. 18, 1900.

*BICKETT, THOMAS WALTER

        From Monrce; Louisburg; b. Feb. 28, 1869; d. Dec. 28, 1921; m. Fannie N. Yarborough, Nov. 29, 1898; s. l. 1892-93; LL.D. 1918; A.B. 1890; Wake Forest col.; lawyer; mem. house of rep., 1907; atty. gen'l; gov. N. C., 1917-21; mem. state bd. education; Episcopalian.

BICKETT, W. Y. Lawyer

        Louisburg; s. 1917-20; p. Thomas Walter and Fannie N. (Yarborough); S. A. T. C. U. N. C.

BIDDLE, ROY MCCALLIE

        Greensboro; s. 1917; b. 1898; p. W. P. and -- -- --.

*BIDDLE, SAMUEL SIMPSON Planter

        Craven co.; b. 1811; d. 1873; A.B. 1832; mem. gen'l assem., 1838.

BIGGER, DAVID ANDREW Physician

        525 Crest st., Rock Hill, S. C.; s. 1912-15; Davidson col.; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1917; b. Bethel. S. C., Oct., 1891; p. Isaac A. and Mary Nul (Johnston); m. Hazel Mott, Aug. 10, 1918; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; 1st lieut. U. S. A., 1917-19; Presbyterian.

BIGGERS, WILLIAM CARL

        611 Hermitage road, Charlotte; s. 1922; N. C. State col.; b. Union co., Dec. 30, 1900; p. William L. and Mary A. (Little); advertising staff Charlotte Observer; Baptist.

BIGGS, HARRY A. Capitalist

        Williamston; s. l. 1906-07.

BIGGS, HARRY ULYSSES Salesman

        Smithfield; s. 1922;23; b. Rockingham, July 26, 1904; p. A. N. and Mary Josephine (McKeithan); salesman Keystone View co., Meadville, Pa.; Presbyterian.

BIGGS, JAMES CRAWFORD Lawyer

        Raleigh; Ph.B., 1893; s. l. 1893-94; b. Oxford, Aug. 29, 1872; p. William and Elizabeth Arrington (Cooper); m. Marjie Jordan, Feb. 7, 1906; graduate summa cum laude; editor-in-chief Hellenian; editor Tar Heel; varsity football; Zeta Psi; pres. senior class; winner Mangum medal; Gimghoul; lawyer, Oxford, 1894-98; asso. prof. law, U. N. C., 1898-1900; supr. ct. reporter, 1905-07; lawyer, 1911-; prof. law, Trinity col., 1911-12; special asst. U. S. atty.-gen'l, 1917-22; mayor Oxford, 1897-99; superior ct. judge, 1907-11; house of rep. from Durham co., 1905-07; pres. N. C. Bar assn., 1914-15; Methodist.

*BIGGS, WILLIAM

        Williamston; b. July 9, 1843; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; lawyer; journalist; capt. co. "A," 17th reg., C. S. A.

BIGHAM, HENRY PORTER Farmer

        R. 16, Pineville; s. 1915-16; b. Mecklenburg co., Sept. 2, 1894; p. James Harvey and Tulula Bandelia (Porter); m. Margie Lorraine Hunter, Sept. 28, 1921; enlisted as pvt., Charlotte, May 28, 1918; 11 mo. overseas with 81st div., 322 inf. co. "L"; promoted corp.; St. Die sector; Meuse Argonne offensive; discharged Camp Lee June 25, 1919; A. R. P.

*BILLINGSLEY, JOHN T.

        Marion, Ala.; b. 1841; killed in battle; s. 1858-59; capt., C. S. A.

*BINGHAM, GUSTAVUS ADOLPHUS

        From Salisbury; Washington, D. C.; d. 1912; s. 1894-95.

*BINGHAM, HERBERT Teacher

        Bingham sch., Mebane; b. Aug. 13, 1872; d. Oct. 16, 1896; A.B. 1895; prin. Presbyterian H. S.


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BINGHAM, HARRIET MINERVA

        Rutherwood; Ph.G. 1921; b. Aug. 13, 1893; p. Duval M. and -- -- --.

*BINGHAM, JOHN ARCHIBALD

        Hillsboro; b. 1815; d. Oct. 18, 1855; s. 1831-35; A.B.; A.M.; teacher; minister; prof. Caldwell inst.

BINGHAM, COL. ROBERT Educator

        Asheville; A.B. 1857; A.M. 1860; LL.D. 1891; b. Hillsboro. Sept. 5, 1838; p. William James and Eliza A. (Norwood); headmaster Bingham sch.; author numerous papers read before assemblies of different kinds; C. S. A., 1861-65; Mason.

BINGHAM, ROBERT W. Journalist

        Care Louisville Times, Louisville, Ky.; s. a. 1888-91; s. l. 1896; b. Nov. 8, 1871; p. Col. Robert and -- -- --; lawyer; editor and publisher, Louisville, Ky., Courier Journal News and Louisville Times; atty. Jefferson co., Ky.; judge chancery ct.; mayor Louisville, Ky.

*BINGHAM, WILLIAM Educator

        Oaks; b. July 7, 1835; d. Feb. 18, 1873; A.B. 1856; prin. Bingham sch., 1865-73; author Latin and English text-books; col., C. S. A.

*BINGHAM, WILLIAM

        Bingham sch.; b. Oct. 27, 1873; d. July 26, 1891; s. 1890-91.

*BINGHAM, WILLIAM JAMES Educator

        Hillsboro; b. Apr. 6, 1802; d. Feb. 19, 1866; m. Eliza Alves Norwood, 1827; A.B. 1825; prin. Bingham sch., 1826-63; Presbyterian.

BINKLEY, WILLIAM GWYN Lawyer

        Lewisville; pres. Liberty st., Winston-Salem; s. 1916-18; b. Yadkin co., Sept. 16, 1895; p. Joe E. and Addie E. (Bolen); farmer, 1918-22; practicing atty., 1922-; Christian.

†BIRD, ORVAL

        Murphy; s. 1912; b. Aug. 24, 1889; p. Eli and -- -- --.

BIRD, WILLIAM ERNEST Teacher

        Whittier; pres. Cullowhee; A.B. 1917; M.A. Geo. Peabody col., 1920; b. Jackson co., July 21, 1890; p. Chas. A. and Sarah E. (Terrell); m. Myrtle N. Wells, Aug. 16, 1916. Di Soc.; prin. Wilkesboro H. S., 1917-19; prin. Sylva H. S., 1919-20; dean Cullowhee Normal & Industrial sch. and summer sch. dir., 1920-23; Methodist Episcopal (South).

*BIRDSONG, LUDLOW

        Raleigh; b. Aug. 15, 1884; d. Mar. 5, 1910; s. p. 1905-06; Baptist.

BIRKHEAD, JOHN WATSON

        Asheboro; s. 1878-79.

BIRKHEAD, JOHN WATSON, JR.

        Asheboro; B.S. 1924; b. Asheboro, Sept. 10, 1901; p. John Watson and Lora (Kearns); Methodist.

BISHOP, CHARLES BARHAM

        Durham; s. 1921-22; b. Aug. 19, 1900.

*BISHOP, GEORGE Planter

        From Bertie co.; Rich Square; b. Aug. 1, 1842; s. 1859-60; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; mem. house of commons; lieut. 2nd N. C. cav., C. S. A.

BISSETTE, WILLIAM CEFARE Student

        Bailey; s. 1920-21; Trinity col.; Atlanta Sou. Dental col.; b. Wilson co., Sept. 9, 1899; p. Cefare and -- -- --; Xi Psi Phi.

‡BITTING, ALEXANDER THOMAS Merchant

        Winston-Salem; s. 1896-99; b. Jan. 3, 1880.

*BITTING, JOHN HENRY

        From Germantown; Dalton, Ga.; b. Apr. 15, 1835; d. Sept. 18, 1881; m. Mary Eugenia Kelly, Mar. 10, 1863; A.B. 1858; prin. Crawford H. S.; gov. Joseph E. Brown univ., Dalton, Ga.; Whitfield co. (Ga.) sch. comm; lieut. Dalton Guards, Phillips' Legion, Longstreet's Brigade, C. S. A., 4 yrs.; Baptist.

*BITTING, JOSEPH W.

        Stokes co.; Germantown; b. 1798; d. 1824; m. -- -- Nelson; s. 1816; merchant and farmer.

BITTING, NUMA DUNCAN Physician

        405 Trust bldg., Durham; Ph.G. 1902; s. m. 1904-05; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1907; Univ. of Vienna, 1913; med. sch. Columbia univ., 1918; b. Rural Hall, Oct. 14, 1877; p. Benjamin Louis and Mary Ann (Bain); m. Mattie Rigsbee, Dec. 28, 1910; Di Soc.; druggist, 1902-04; gen'l med., 1908-13; gen'l surgery, 1913-; author numerous contributions to medical journals; capt. med. corps U. S. A., 1918-19; Kiwanian;Baptist.

*BITTING, SAMUEL THORNTON

        From Mt. Airy; Carlsbad; b. Tom's Creek, Nov. 26, 1846; d. Sept. 19, 1910; m. Fannie Bailey; s. 1866-68; merchant, 1869-98; banking and cattle raising, 1898-; pres. Nat. Bank, Carlsbad; C. S. A.

BIVENS, CLEMENT REECE Druggist

        1724 W. Capitol ave., Houston, Tex.; s. 1906; Ph.G. Sou. Col. Pharm., Atlanta, Ga., 1909; b. Wingate, Jan. 21, 1883; p. Nathaniel Washington and Phoetna Louise (Bivens); m. Myrtle Elvira Wiley, June 15, 1911; with McKinnie & Arrington Drug co., Norfolk, 1907-08; employed in Tex. and Okla., 1908-20; went into bus. for self Apr. 3, 1920; Baptist.

BIVENS, EDWARD CHATHAM Lawyer

        Mt. Airy; s. l. 1909-10; A.B. Trinity col., 1908; b. Monroe, Dec. 29, 1886; p. Henry Franklin and Lula (Porter); m. Alma Banner, Nov. 10, 1915; Trinity basebal team, 1906-07-08; U. N. C. team, 1910; lawyer, 1910-15; mayor Mt. Airy,


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1915-21; lawyer, 1921-; city atty., 1921-24; chmn. Surry co. dem. exec. com., 1914-15; capt. Surry Rifles, 1913-15; Shriner; Junior; Methodist.

BIVENS, JAY Lawyer

        Gastonia; s. 1917-21; b. Burnsville, July 15, 1899; p. William Hurley and Margaret (Burns); Presbyterian.

BIVENS, J. CLYDE Bookkeeper

        307 Elm st., High Point; s. 1921-22; b. Wingate, Feb. 21, 1905; p. J. K. and Edna J. (Tadlock); office work, Paul Rubber co., Salisbury, 1922-23; asst. mgr. and bookkeeper Revolution Veneer & Panel co.; Baptist.

BIVINS, JAMES DANIEL Publisher

        225 North st., Albemarle; s. s. l. 1899; LL.B. Georgetown univ.; b. Albemarle, June 28, 1869; p. John M. and Martha (Ingram); m. Sarah Staples, June 30, 1910; publisher local paper and job printer; lawyer, 1900-; Stanly co. supt. of educ., 1899; postmaster Albemarle, 1913-20; Mason; Pythian; Methodist.

BIVENS, SAMUEL ROBERT

        High Point; s. 1909; b. June 23, 1883.

BIVENS, WILLIAM PATTERSON Lawyer

        South Hill, Va.; A.M. 1911; Trinity col., 1907-09; s. l. Univ. of Ga., 1912-13; s. l. Univ. of Va., 1918-19; 2nd lieut. F. A. C. O. T. S.; Mason.

BIZZELL, ADLAI WALTER Farmer

        Newton Grove; s. 1907-08; b. Newton Grove, Nov. 19, 1890; p. Walter Asher and Ellen (Denning); m. Florence Williamson, Oct. 27, 1918; prin. Shady Grove H. S., Cooper, 1912-13; bookkeeper Bank of Clinton, 1914; cashier Citizens' Bank & Trust co., Benson, 1915; farmer, Newton Grove, 1916-; Mason; Baptist.

BIZZELL, CLAUDE FRANKLIN Farmer

        Goldsboro; s. 1918; 1919-20; b. Goldsboro, June 19, 1900; p. F. B. and Sallie H.

BIZZELL, HARRY LEE Druggist

        Kinston; s. p. 1919-20; b Kinston, Jan. 16, 1895; p. John James and Susan Emma --; m. Thelma McClung, Apr. 18, 1922; druggist, Wallace, Wilson & Kinston, 1920-.

BIZZELL, MARCUS EDWARD, JR. Medical Interne

        413 E. Walnut st., Goldsboro; pres. Touro infirmary, New Orleans, La.; B.S. 1921; M.D. Tulane univ., 1923; b. Goldsboro, Aug. 9, 1896; p. Marcus Edward and Louise A. (Wooten); Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; Methodist.

BIZZELL, NORWOOD C. Linotypist

        Goldsboro; s. 1918-19; b. Goldsboro, Aug. 23, 1898; p. Marcus Edward and Lucy (Wooten); employee Sou. States Tob. co. 2 yrs; bookkeeper with Goldsboro News, 1 yr.; linotypist, Goldsboro Pub. co.

†BIZZELL, ROBERT MOSELY

        Harpers; s. 1878-79.

*BIZZELL, WILLIAM DREW Lawyer

        Elizabethtown; d. Jan. 26, 1924. m. Blanche Stith; s. l. 1899-1900; lawyer Laurinburg; ibid. Lumberton; ibid. Elizabethtown; ibid. New York City; lumberman and real estate dealer; Methodist.

BJORKMAN, MRS. EDWIN Actress and Playwright

        (Nee MacFayden, Miss Virginia); Waynesville; pres. Stockholm, Sweden; A.B. 1919; Brenau col., Gainesville, Ga., 1916; b. Waynesville, Jan. 1, 1900; p. Archie Hendon and Virginia (Rinaldi); m. Edwin Bjorkman, Aug. 1, 1921; Episcopalian.

BLACK, ALBERT REED

        Mt. Holly; s. 1921; b. Jan. 11, 1901.

*BLACK, ARCHIBALD RAY

        From Moore co.; Ft. Caswell; d. Aug. 1889; A.B. 1853; teacher; co. supt. pub. instr.; sheriff, New Hanover co., 1872-74.

BLACK, BONNER BREVARD

        Marshville; s. 1920-21; b. Oct. 24, 1898.

BLACK, FREDERICK LEROY Army Officer

        Q. M. I. Depot, Army Sup. Base, Boston, Mass.; s. l. 1904; Davidson col., 1900-02; b. Maxton, Jan. 7, 1884; p. Rev. William and Margaret Susan (Freesland); m. Nell Wynne, Oct. 27, 1908; lawyer, McLean & Black, Maxton, 1905-08; Brenizer & Black, Charlotte, 1909-16; officer U. S. A., 1916-; 2nd inf., N. C. N. G.; 119 inf., 30th div.; 4th inf., 3rd div., 1916-19; capt. Q. M., 1920-; Presbyterian.

BLACK, GEORGE WILLIAM

        Mt. Holly; s. m. 1919-20; b. Sept. 8, 1898.

BLACK, HOKE BARRYMORE

        Greenville, S. C.; A.B. 1916; b. Jan. 25, 1894; p. W. C. and -- -- --.

BLACK, HUGH CLIFTON Salesman

        421 E. Washington st., Greenville, S. C.; A.B. 1920; Furman 1913-14; b. Greenville, S. C., Nov. 23, 1896; p. Dr. William Clifton and Nannie (Hoke); letter in track; Alpha Tau Omega; traveling salesman, Hudson Cotton Goods co.; service June, 1917-July, 1919; m. p. 323rd inf.; 2nd lieut. cavalry; Junior; Episcopalian.

BLACKBURN, LEONARD ANDERSON Mechanical Engineer

        1233 S. Jefferson ave., Saginaw, Mich.; s. 1906-09; A. & E. col., 1904-06; b. Winston-Salem, Aug. 22, 1887; p. Samuel and Nannie (Vaughn); m. Nan Walker, June 5, 1919; Sou. Power co., Charlotte, 1909-11; Central Ga. Power co., 1911-13; Sou. Alum. co., Badin, 1913-15; E. I. du Pont de Nemours & co., 1915-21; Saginaw Prod. co., 1921-22; Olds Motor works, 1922-; chmn. R. C. Chap., Hopewell, Va.; Methodist.


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BLACK, LACY WILLIAM Lumber Inspector

        110 Thurston st., High Point; s. 1912-13; b. Ramseur, Oct. 20, 1893; p. John William and Mary Emeline (Yow); m. Luna Mabel Spoon, Dec. 27, 1917; basketball and track team; teacher, 1913-14; salesman Pac. Coast Borax co., 1915-17, 1919-23; lumber inspector, 1923-; U. S. A., 1917-19; entered pvt., discharged sergt.; Mason; Baptist.

BLACK, THOMAS CAMPBELL Merchant

        Carthage; s. 1916-18; b. Carthage, June 28, 1896; p. Julius C. and Flora Haywood (Muse); m. Jessie Godfrey, Oct. 31, 1923; merchandising for self; drug bus.; Am. Legion; Knights Templar; U. S. N., 1918-19; Mason; Methodist Episcopal (South).

BLACK, WILLIAM WETMORE

        520 S. Union st., Concord; s. 1912; b. Aug. 1, 1889; p. A. H. and -- -- --.

*BLACKLEDGE, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Physician

        New Bern; A.B. 1821.

*BLACKLEDGE, RICHARD B.

        New Bern; s. 1812.

*BLACKLEDGE, THOMAS WHARTON

        New Bern; A.B. 1813; mem. house of commons, 1821-24 and 1827-29; trustee, U. N. C., 1821-30.

*BLACKLEDGE, WILLIAM SALTER

        New Bern; b. Pitt co., 1793; d. Mar. 21, 1857; A.B. 1813; mem. gen'l. assem., 1820; mem. Congress, 1821-23.

*BLACKMAN, MOSBY Teacher

        From Blackmers Mills; Glenwood; s. 1893-94.

*BLACKMAN, WILLIAM S.

        Sampson co.; s. 1805; mem. house of commons, 1807 and 1813-17.

*BLACKMER, RICHMOND PEARSON

        Salisbury; s. l. 1909.

BLACKMER, SIDNEY ALDERMAN Actor

        16 Gramercy park, New York; s. 1911-15; b. Salisbury, July 13, 1895; p. Walter Steele and Clara DeRoulhac (Alderman); varsity football; employee Sou. Bell Tel. and Tel co.; actor; 4th co., C. A. C., N. C. N. G.; pvt. inf.-2nd lieut. F. A., A. E. F., 1917-19; Episcopalian.

*BLACKMER, WALTER STEELE Merchant

        Salisbury; b. Feb. 14, 1861; d. Oct. 28, 1922; p. Luke and Julia Ann (Cole); m. Clara deRoulhac Alderman, Apr. 5, 1892; s. 1876-78; sec.-treas. Asso. Security co., New York; Mason.

BLACKMER, WALTER STEELE, JR. U. S. Navy

        Salisbury; s. 1910-11.

*BLACKMON, CULLEN A.

        Wayne co.; s. 1829-30; mem. house of commons, 1833.

*BLACKMON, CULLEN A.

        De Soto, Miss.; s. 1850-54; C. S. A.

BLACKMORE, ROMULUS WELLINGTON Insurance

        Warsaw; s. 1892-93.

BLACKSTOCK, CLARENCE ERNEST Lawyer

        18 College, Asheville; A.B. 1915; s. l. Univ. of Chicago, 1913-14; s. l. Wake Forest col., 1919; b. Statesville, Apr. 21, 1889; p. T. W. and Cora Lee (Sams); Di. Soc.; teacher 1915-17; lawyer 1920-; commander Kif. Rockwell post, Am. Legion, Asheville, 1921; treas. Lions club, Asheville; sec. Asheville chap. R. C., 1922; O. T. C., Ft. Oglethorpe, and overseas, 81st div., 1st lieut.; Baptist.

BLACKWELDER, BASCOM BARRIE Lawyer

        1310 13th ave., Hickory; A.B. 1906; s. l. 1909; s. s. l. 1911; A.B. Lenoir, 1905; b. Catawba, July 4, 1884; p. J. W. and Mary (Long); m. Esther Shuford; Sigma Nu; Di Soc.; lawyer, 1911-; judge, municipal ct., Hickory, 1916-17; gov. appeal agt., Catawba co., 1917-18; capt. army service corps. 1918; Reformed Church of U. S.

BLACKWELDER, BUFORD WILLIAM Lawyer

        160 N. Union st., Concord; s. 1915-17; s. l. 1920-22; b. Cabarrus co., Mar. 10, 1895; p. James Wilson and Mary (Joyner); Di Soc.; Phi Alpha Delta; mem. firm Palmer & Blackwelder, Concord; U. S. A., Camp Hancock, 1918; Pythian.

BLACKWELDER, CHARLES REUBEN

        Concord; s. 1921; b. Dec. 28, 1900.

BLACKWELDER, DUKE HOMER

        1810 Calif. st., N.W., Washington, D. C.; s. 1918; p. Charles and -- -- --; m. Bettie Shoemaker, July 3, 1920; railway ticket agent, Washington, D. C.

BLACKWELDER, DWIGHT MCNAIRY

        Lenoir; s. 1920-22; Northwestern col., 1923; b. Nov. 14, 1901.

BLACKWELDER, GEORGE SUMPTER Druggist

        Hickory; s. p. 1910; p. J. W. and -- --.

BLACKWELDER, ROBERT GUY

        Concord, R. F. D. 5; s. 1920-22; b. Concord, June 16, 1900; p. Deberry Hankley and Lucy May (Faggert); farmer, 1921; salesman, 1922; employee Standard Oil co., 1922-; Lutheran.

BLACKWELDER, CALVIN SIMEON Merchandise Broker

        Edgewater, Norfolk, Va.; s. 1901-03; b. Lexington, Mo., Aug. 6, 1884; p. Rev. Calvin S. (D. D.) and Fannie (DeJarnette); mem. firm J. W. DeJarnette & co., brokers; Baptist.


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*BLACKWELL, JAMES WASHINGTON Manufacturer

        Durham; b. 1857; s. 1876-78.

†BLACKWOOD, CHARLES ALEXANDER

        Petersburg, Va.; s. 1886-88.

BLACKWOOD, FRANCIS JUHAN, JR. Insurance

        810 Cypress ave., Greensboro; s. 1922-23; b. Greensboro, July 27, 1903; p. Francis Juhan and Annie Gertrude (Sanders); clerk Nowell's pharmacy, Greensboro, 1923; helper to Frank T. Miller, consulting engr., 1923-24; American Insurance agency as agent, 1924-; Presbyterian.

BLADES, MELICK WEST

        Elizabeth City; Ph.G. 1924; b. Dec. 11, 1902; p. Dr. L. S. and -- -- --; Presbyterian.

BLADES, WILLIAM BENJAMIN, JR.

        New Bern; s. l. 1915; b. Nov. 4, 1895; p. W. B. and -- -- --.

*BLAIN, JAMES M. Farmer

        From Fairfield Dist., S. C.; Blackstock, S. C.; d. 1913; s. 1858-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; C. S. A.

‡BLAINE, J. C.

        1902 G st., N.W., Washington, D. C.; A.B. 1916; b. June 11, 1892; p. J. J. and -- -- --.

BLAIR, CLARENCE DORIAN Purchasing Agent

        743 Park ave., Greensboro; B.S. Com. 1922; b. Greensboro, July 15, 1899; p. Dorian Humboldt and Adeline (Cleveland); purchasing agent Newman Machine co.; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C.; Episcopalian.

BLAIR, DAVID HUNT Commissioner of Internal Revenue

        512 Brookstown ave., Winston-Salem; s. l. 1897-98; A.B. Haverford col., 1891; b. High Point, Jan. 15, 1868; p. Solomon and Abigail (Hunt); m. Adelaide Cannon, Nov. 27, 1917; teacher 1891-1897; lawyer, Winston-Salem, 1897-1921; U. S. commissioner of internal revenue, Washington, D. C., 1921-; Friends.

*BLAIR, FRANCIS PRESTON

        From Washington, D. C.; St. Louis, Mo.; b. Lexington, Ky., Feb. 19, 1821; d. July 8, 1875; s. 1838-39; A.B. Princeton, 1841; mem. gen'l assem., Mo., 1852-54 and 1870; mem. Congress (Mo.), 1857-60 and 61-62; U. S. sen., 1871-73; U. S. coll., St. Louis, 1866; state insurance commissioner; dem. candidate for vice-pres., 1868; maj. gen. U. S. A., 1862.

BLAIR, HENRY NEAL Farmer

        Boone; s. 1908-10; b. Boone, Feb. 21, 1886; p. George Henry and Mary Adelaide (Rousseau); m. Martha Lee Sligh, June 30, 1914; Baptist.

BLAIR, ISAAC HENRY

        Monroe; s. 1908.

BLAIR, JAMES SEABORN

        Marshville; s. 1921; b. Nov. 8, 1902.

BLAIR, MERRILL WILLIAM Oil Producer

        Wichita Falls. Tex.; A.B. 1913.

BLAIR, ROBERT WILLIAM Lawyer

        61 Sandwich st., E. Sandwich, Ontario, Can.; s. 1894-96; Univ. of Va.; Emory and Henry col.; b. Wytheville, Va., Jan. 22, 1874; p. Frank S. and Sallie Kincannon (Pierce); m. Eva McKee, Nov. 4, 1919; Sigma Nu; pres. ath. assn., Univ. of Va., 1897; lawyer, U. S. internal revenue service 1904-18; pres. Wolverine Construction co., Detroit, Mich.; mem. Va. Const. Con., 1901-02; mem. Richmond, Va., light inf. Blues, 1905-07; troop "C," 1st Ohio cav., 1913; capt. U. S. A., 1918; acting commanding officer Camp Meigs; maj. U. S. reg. army, 1919; lieut.-col. Q. M. O. R. C.; div. Q. M. 85th div. U. S. A.; Presbyterian.

BLAIR, TULLY DANIEL Insurance

        Wentworth rd., Greensboro; s. 1912-13; b. Greensboro, May 3, 1896; p. Lee T. and Johnsie (Gillespie); m. Jessie Mae Wicker, July 24, 1918; asst. agency mgr. and asst. sec. Sou. Life and Trust co., Greensboro, 1913-; Mason; Knight Templar; Presbyterian.

BLAIR, WILLIAM PAYNE Fruit Grower

        Exeter, Cal.; s. l. 1892-93; b. Allegheny co., Pa.; p. John F. and Adelaide (Ventress); m. Luella B. Quick, July 22, 1914; lawyer Pittsburgh, Pa., 1893-95; farmer Iowa 1895-99; land title examiner 1899-1904; contractor 1904-11; fruit grower 1912-; Presbyterian.

*BLAKE, JOEL CLIFTON Planter

        Miccosukie, Fla.; b. 1831; killed at Gettysburg, 1863; A.B. 1850; capt., C. S. A.

BLAKE, PAUL OWEN

        Chadbourne; s. 1920; b. Sept. 21, 1902.

*BLAKE, SAMUEL RICHARDSON

        From Fayetteville, N. C.; Miccosukie, Fla.; A.B. 1834; tutor, 1834-35.

*BLAKE, SAMUEL RICHARDSON

        Miccosukie, Fla.; A.B. 1850.

*BLAKE, WILLIAM BUSHROD Planter

        Fayetteville; s. 1847.

BLAKE, WYATT ELBERT Student

        Burgaw; s. 1918-21; George Washington univ., 1923-; b. Burgaw, Nov. 15, 1899; p. S. G. and Eliza A. (James); Delta Tau Delta; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918.

*BLAKE, WILLIAM KENNEDY

        Fayetteville; b. 1824; d. Jan. 15, 1897; A.B. 1846; lawyer; druggist; teacher; prof. at female colleges in Greensboro and Fayetteville, N. C., and Spartanburg, S. C.; mem. gen. assem., S. C.


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*BLAKELY, JOHNSTON

        Chatham co.; b. County Down, Ireland, Oct., 1781; lost at sea. Aug., 1814.; m. Jane Ann Hooper; m. Miss Udney M. Blakeley; s. 1797; capt., U. S. N., war 1812; captured Reindeer 1814; received medal from congress; captured Atlanta; lost at sea on the Wasp, 1814; captured Avon; was to have been presented with a sword by the legislature of N. C. for gallantry.

BLAKENEY, ANTHONY KENNEDY Sales Manager

        Anderson Motor co., Rock Hill. S. C.; s. 1911-12; p. Eugene DuBose and -- --; m. Henrietta Shannon, Dec. 29, 1920; assayer Haile Gold Mine, Kershaw, S. C., 1 yr.; lessee and operator Haile Pyrites Mine, Kershaw, 1915-17; auto bus. Camden, S. C., 1919-23; sales mgr. Anderson Motor co., Rock Hill, S. C., 1923-; air service, U. S. A., 1917-18.

BLALOCK, BOWMAN KARL Physician

        North Charlotte; s. m. 1905-07; M.D. Univ. of Md., 1913; b. Norwood, June 5, 1886; p. M. E. and Hettie R. (Staton); m. Mary Rennie, Sept. 9, 1914; Phi Chi; physician, 1913-; 1st lieut. med. corps, Camp Stuart, 1918-19; Methodist.

BLALOCK, DAVID REMUSTeacher

        Hilton Village, Va.; A.B. 1913; b. July 1, 1885; prin. H. S. Hilton Village, 1922.

*BLALOCK, EDWARD SMITH

        McCullers; b. May 3, 1899; d. Sept. 3, 1918; s. 1908-09.

BLALOCK, HUBERT MORSE Manufacturer

        Charlotte, care Gen. Seat. co.; A.B. 1916; A.M. Johns Hopkins, 1917; b. Baltimore, Md., June 19, 1896; p. Thomas Leston and Chloe E. (Parker); m. Helen Dorothy Welsh, June 18, 1921; Phi Soc.; Tau Kappa Alpha; Phi Kappa Sigma; teacher, Durham H. S.; mfr.; U. S. army 1918-19; 321 field hosp., 81st div.; Baptist.

BLALOCK, LAWRENCE

        Willow Springs; s. 1902; b. July 7, 1881.

BLALOCK, MERRITT E. Farmer

        McFarlan; s. 1910-14; b. Norwood, June 8, 1889; p. Merritt E. and Hettie R. (Staton); m. Eula Ivey, Oct. 10, 1916; mgr. ginnery, 1914; lumberman, 1914; farmer 1915-; Methodist.

BLALOCK, VERNE WAYNE Baker

        530 N. Long st., Salisbury; s. 1919-20; b. Feb. 13, 1902.

*BLANCHARD, JAMES D.

        Aberdeen, Miss.; killed at Malvern Hill, 1862; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; mem. gen'l. assem., Miss.; C. S. A.

‡BLAND, JAMES CORAN Manufacturer

        Bostic; s. 1901-02; b. July 2, 1879.

*BLAND, PETER R.

        Virginia; s. 1817.

BLAND, WILLIAM BENJAMIN

        Burgaw; s. 1915; b. Dec. 12, 1897; p. J. T. and -- -- --.

†BLANKENSHIP, JAMES MOULTON Shipping Clerk

        Atlanta, Ga.; s. 1889-90; b. Sept. 6, 1869.

BLANKENSHIP, VAIDEN BRITTAIN Farmer

        Rock Hill, S. C.; s. 1891-92; b. York co., S. C., Feb. 21, 1872; merchant 1892-1901; farmer 1901-.

BLANKS, WHITFIELD ROBERT Bookkeeper

        Box 623, Monroe, La.; s. 1922; L. S. univ.; b. Columbia, La., Mar. 7, 1904; p. Henry Hanna and Katherine (Whitfield); Sigma Alpha Epsilon (L. S. univ.); bookkeeper; Methodist.

BLANTON, LAWTON Teacher

        Lattimore; s. 1912-13, 1915-16; b. Shelby, Aug. 30, 1885; p. W. N. and Sarah Rebecca; m. Carrie Ann Moore; teacher; Mason; Woodman; Odd Fellow; Methodist.

BLAYCOCK, FREDERICK ROYSTER Chemist

        Guilford; pres. 309 N. 2nd st., Ponca City, Okla.; M.S. 1917; B.S. Guilford col. 1916; b. Archdale, Oct. 21, 1895; p. William Henry and Bessie Elizabeth (White); chemist for E. I. duPont de Nemours & co., 1917-20; civilian chemist Edgewood Arsenal, U. S. govt., 1920-22; Helium chemist for Maryland Refining co., Ponca City, Okla., 1922; Mason; Knight Templar.

*BLEDSOE, EDWARD MALLETT Farmer

        Raleigh; b. Aug. 3, 1850; d. May, 1913; m. Annie Hinton, Sept. 3, 1873; s. 1867-68; N. C. gen. assem.

*BLEDSOE, WILLIAM H. Lawyer

        Raleigh; b. July 20, 1846; d. Oct. 9, 1890; s. 1863-67.

*BLEWITT, THOMAS G.

        South Carolina; s. 1810.

*BLOCKER, CHARLES HENRY

        From Fayetteville; St. Petersburg, Fla.; b. Cumberland co., Dec. 13, 1842; d. 1911; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1864; merchant, 1866-82; investor, 1882; farmer; capt., C. S. A.

*BLOCKER, OCTAVIUS HARVEY

        From Fayetteville; Old Fort; b. Tarboro, Oct. 4, 1840; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; coll. U. S. int. revenue 3rd dist. N. C., 1872-76; int. revenue agt. 1879-81; realtor; capt. Blocker's Artillery, 36th reg. C. S. A.; lieut. col. N. C. guards 1870

BLOMBERG, SIGMUND

        Box 48, Asheville; s. 1914; b. Aug. 15, 1896; p. L. and -- --.

*BLOUNT, BENJAMIN J.

        Nashville; died in prison in 1864 on Johnson's Island; s. 1855-57; lieut., C. S. A. 55th N. C. reg.


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BLOUNT, FERRELL LEIGHTON Merchant

        Bethel; s. 1913-14; s. m. 1915-16; Randolph-Macon col. 1911-12; p. Marion Orlando and Florence V.--; m. Margaret Lee Little, Jan. 3, 1920; employee F. S. Royster Fert. co., Norfolk. Va., 18 mos.; mem. firm M. O. Blount and Sons, Bethel, 1919-; seaman-ensign U. S. navy, comdr. S. C. No. 202, 1917-19.

*BLOUNT, FREDERICK SWANN Lawyer

        From New Bern; Mobile, Ala.; b. 1807; s. 1822-25.

BLOUNT, JAMES DAVIS

        212 N. Tarboro st., Wilson; s. 1919-22; b. Wilson, July 1, 1902; p. Charles Edgerton and Susan (Davis); Kappa Alpha; employee R. D. Galdding consulting engr.; Methodist Episcopal (South.)

*BLOUNT, JOHN GRAY

        Washington; b. 1819; d. 1842; s. 1837-39.

*BLOUNT, JOHN GRAY Physician

        Washington; b. Dec. 31, 1870; d. Dec. 8, 1920; m. Gadina Waters Angel, May 26, 1897; s. 1887-89; (M.D. Bellevue) 1892; g. s. Johns Hopkins univ. 1893-94; Phi Soc.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Sons of Cincinnati; Sons of the Am. Revolution; mem. Am. Med. Soc.; ibid. N. C. Med. Soc.; trustee U. N. C.; mem. state bd. of med. examiners; pres. ibid. 1 yr.; vice-pres. Bank of Washington; Episcopalian.

BLOUNT, JUDSON HASSELL Merchant

        Greenville; s. 1907-10; b. Bethel, Apr. 16, 1889; p. Marion Orlando and Florence Elizabeth (Nelson); m. Clyde Stancill, June 25, 1913; Phi Soc.; Phi Delta Theta; merchant Bethel 7 yrs.; Greenville 3 yrs.; Methodist.

BLOUNT, MARVIN KEY Lawyer

        420 Elizabeth st., Greenville; LL.B. 1916; A.B. Randolph-Macon 1914; b. Bethel, Mar. 18, 1892; p. M. O. and Florence V. (Nelson); m. Ruth Elizabeth Baldwin, Feb. 21, 1919; Phi Delta Theta; special agent U. S. dept. of justice 1918; Kiwanian; chmn. Pitt co. dem. exec. comm.; Shriner; Methodist.

*BLOUNT, RICHARD HENRY LEE

        Woodville; b. Perquimans co. Jan. 10, 1832; d. Feb. 21, 1897; s. 1849-50; M.D., Univ. of Pa.; physician: planter.

*BLOUNT, SAMUEL MASTERS

        Washington; b. Dec. 29, 1865; d. Dec. 30, 1902; s. a. 1886-89; s. l. 1890-91.

*BLOUNT, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS Planter

        Washington; b. Oct. 6, 1823; d. June 30, 1901; A.B. 1844; mem. house of commons; maj., C. S. A. 18th reg.

BLOUNT, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS

        616 Chapel Hill st., Durham; A.B. 1920; g. s. 1921-22; b. Washington, Mar. 6, 1898; p. Dr. John Gray and Godina Waters (Angel); Delta Kappa Epsilon; teacher, 1920-21; Liggett & Myers Tob. co., Durham 1923-; Plattsburg O. T. C. July-Sept., 1918, 2nd lieut.; stationed New York City Sept., 1918, Jan., 1919; discharged 1919; Episcopalian.

BLUE, ALEXANDER MCNEILL Physician

        Carthage; A.B. 1911: M.D. Tulane univ. 1915; b. Carthage, May 9, 1887; p. Dr. John Calvin and Evaline (McNeill); Phi Chi; practicing physician Carthage 1915-; Mason; Presbyterian.

BLUE, KENNETH CAMPBELL Bookkeeper

        Ivanhoe; s. p. 1915; b. Cumberland co., Mar. 28, 1894; p. Daniel Angus and Sarah Jane (Parker); drug clerk 1915-22; bookkeeper Chas. A. Brown and Bro. Lumber Mfg. co., 1922-; pvt.-corp. Co. "L" N. C. N. G., 119th inf. 30th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Siberian Expedition 1919-20; Presbyterian.

*BLUE, LUTHER Lawyer

        Richmond co.; d. Apr., 1918; s. 1851-52; capt., C. S. A.

BLUE, LUTHER AVON Lawyer

        Wilmington; s. 1891; b. Bladen co., Mar. 31, 1860; p. Dougald and Mary Jane (McKentran); Presbyterian.

BLUE, LUTHER AVON, JR.

        Wilmington; s. 1911; b. Feb. 9, 1894; p. L. A. and -- --.

BLUE, WILLIAM ALEXANDER Railway Executive

        Aberdeen; s. 1908-09-10; Guilford col.; b. Cumberland co., June 6, 1881; p. John and Fannie (Owen); m. Maude Angier, Jan. 7, 1908; treas. Aberdeen and Rockfish Ry. co., 1911-12; gen'l. supt. 1912-22; pres. and gen'l. mgr. 1922-; organizer Merchants and Farmers bank, Aberdeen, 1916; organizer Blue Fertilizer co., 1920; mayor Aberdeen; pres. Chamber of Commerce; Kiwanian; Presbyterian.

BLUE, WILLIAM EUGENE

        R. F. D. 6, Fayetteville; s. m. 1920; b. Nov. 20, 1896.

*BLUME, BENJAMIN BYRUM

        From Stokes co.; Petersburg, Va.; A.B. 1824; A.M. 1831.

BLYTHE, FRANKLIN J.

        104 Crescent ave., Charlotte; s. 1905-07; p. R. S. and Virginia (Gamble); m. Grace F. --, Dec. 23, 1913; pres. Blythe Bros. co.

BLYTHE, FRED LEE Teacher

        Davidson; M.A. 1910; A.B. Davidson 1907; Chicago univ.; Columbia univ.; El Centio, Madrid, Spain; b. Huntersville; p. Clement Nance and Mary Adeline (Sample); teacher Grove Academy 1909-10; teacher Davidson 1910-12; prin. Concord H. S. 1912-14; teacher Bailey Military Academy, Greenwood, S. C., 1914-21; teacher Lanier H. S., Macon, Ga., 1921-22; teacher Blue Ridge sch. for boys 1922-23; asst. prof. Davidson 1923-; Presbyterian.


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BLYTHE, WILLIAM LEGETTE Journalist

        Huntersville; A.B. 1921; b. Huntersville, Apr. 24, 1900; p. William Brevard and Hattye (Jackson); Phi Beta Kappa; Omega Delta; Delta Tau Delta; Di Soc.; Sigma Upsilon; teacher Greensboro 1921-22; staff Charlotte News 1922-1924; Munsey Pubs., 1924; columnist. Charlotte News, June, 1924; S. A. T. C. Plattsburg and U. N. C. 1918; Mason; Baptist.

*BOATWRIGHT, HAL FULLERTON

        Wilmington; b. June 17, 1888; d. Jan. 16, 1913; A.B. 1909; student of medicine at Johns Hopkins univ. at time of death.

BOBBETT, JAMES HENRY Salesman

        138 Ransom Place, Charlotte; s. 1881-84; p. James B. and Mary (Miller); m. Phoebe -- --, Oct. 27, 1909; Phi Soc.; druggist; traveling salesman.

BOBBITT, ADOLPHUS BRACEY

        Care Bobbitt Drug co., Winston-Salem; s. ph. 1918; b. Macon, Apr. 30, 1896; p. Fletcher and Eva Bracey; Methodist; Mason.

BOBBITT, BENJAMIN BOISSEAU Journalist

        Long Branch Record, Long Branch, N. J.; s. 1899-1901; b. Hickory, Jan. 22, 1882.

BOBBITT, ELIZABETH HOWERTON CLARKE Red Cross Worker

        Change st., New Bern; pres. Pine Tree Cabin, Black Mt.; s. 1918-19; Women's Med. col. of Pa.; Temple univ.; Univ. of Pa.; b. New Bern, Mar. 8, 1889; p. William Edwards Clarke and Bessie (Howerton); m. Oct. 1, 1912; Alpha Kappa Psi; served first aid dept. N. C. Ship Building co. in charge of Red Cross work; author Faculty Diet and its Relation to Students of Bone Decalcification of Teeth and Bone; Regeneration of Bone Through Diet; Anatomy and Embryology of the Lungs; Episcopalian.

*BOBBITT, JOHN B. Teacher

        Franklin co.; A.B. 1809.

BOBBITT, LOUIS MYRON Druggist

        Care Bobbitt Drug co., Winston-Salem; s. p. 1915-17; b. Bracey, Va., Apr. 11, 1893; p. Fletcher and Eva (Bracey); employee Owens Drug co., Winston-Salem, 1917-22; half owner Bobbitt Drug co., Winston-Salem, 1923-; A. E. F. 1918-19; Mason; Elk; Methodist.

*BOBBITT, RUFUS LEE

        From Oxford; Washington, D. C.; b. Aug. 9, 1860; d. Sept. 1, 1908; m. Lizzie Fisher Moore, Dec. 18, 1880; s. 1876-79; planter; tobacco dealer; gov't. employee, Washington, D. C., 1893-1900; insurance 1900-08; Methodist.

BOBBITT, ROBERT WILLIS Teacher

        Henderson; A.B. 1912; Columbia univ.; b. Warren co., Sept. 14, 1887; p. Samuel L. and Demaris (Allen); m. Helen Darney White, Sept. 2, 1913; Phi. Soc.; prin. Wilkesboro H. S. 1912-14; prin. Keysville, Va., H. S. 1914-17; prin. Erlanger H. S. 1917-18; prin. Tazewell, Va., H. S. 1918-21; sec. Tazewell, Va., Motor co. 1921-22; prin. Graham, Va., H. S. 1922-23; Mason; Baptist.

*BOBBITT, SIDNEY MANGUM

        From Granville co.; Wilson; b. 1865; s. 1880-82.

BOBBITT, WILLIAM CLIFTON

        Warren Plains; s. 1918.

BOBBITT, WILLIAM HAYWOOD Lawyer

        609 Kingston ave., Charlotte; A.B. 1921; s. l. 1920-21; s. s. l. 1921; b. Raleigh, Oct. 18, 1900; p. James Hal and Eliza May (Burkhead); m. Sarah Buford-Dunlap, 1924; Di Soc.; Golden Fleece; Phi Beta Kappa; Tau Kappa Alpha; law clerk Stewart and McRae, Charlotte, Aug., 1921-Jan. 30, 1922; mem. of firm Jan. 30, 1922-; Methodist.

BOCOCK, JAMES BRANCH

        Blacksburg. Va.; s. l. 1912.

†BODDIE, CLAUDE LEE, JR.

        Ch pel Hill; s. 1910-11; b. June 3, 1892; p. C. L. and -- --.

BODDIE, EDWARD LEE Salesman

        Nashville; s. 1921-22; b. LaGrange, Sept. 25, 1903; p. Leander Welden and Pearl (Hardee).

BODDIE, JAMES WESLEY

        Care British American Tob. co., Shanghai, China; s. 1902-03; b. Nash co., Mar. 18, 1886.

*BODDIE, NICHOLAS W.

        From Nash co.; Nashville; b. Aug. 25, 1825; d. June 2, 1894; s. 1843-44; mem. gen'l. assem. 1874-76.

BODDIE, SAMUEL PERRY Druggist

        Louisburg; s. 1897-98; N. C. State col.; b. Franklin co., Jan. 24, 1880; p. Willis and Georgia (Taylor); m. Lucie B. Clifton, June 29, 1904; capt. and maj. 120th inf. U. S. A. 1917-19; Mason; Elk; Woodman; Modern Woodman; Episcopalian.

BODDIE, WILLIAM CROOM

        Nashville; B.S. in E. E. 1923; b. May 31, 1901.

BODDIE, WILLIAM WILLIS Lawyer

        Kingstree, S. C.; B. Litt. 1897; s. s. l. 1903; b. Nash co., Nov. 25, 1877; p. Willis and Georgianna (Perry); m. Helen Scott, Dec. 12, 1912; Phi Soc.; lawyer 1903-08; lieut. U. S. army 1908-13; lawyer 1913-; supt. schools Franklin co. 1902-04; sen. 7th dist. 1905-07; author History of Williamsburg, 1923; booklets and papers on "low country" of South Carolina; 2nd U. S. inf. recruiting service 1917-19; Mason; Methodist.


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*BODENHAMER, JAMES MADISON

        Dobson; d. 1907; s. l. 1888-90.

BOETTCHER, OTTO HEATH

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1924; b. Feb. 22, 1899; p. William and -- -- --.

BOGER, JOHN DERR Accountant

        1217 "L" st., Northwest, Wash., D. C.; s. 1892-94; b. Morganton, Aug. 24, 1875; p. William Henry and Martha Emily (Bettis); m. Corinne Morehead Erwin, Mar. 16, 1899; merchant 1 yr.; ry. postal clerk 8 yrs.; wagon mfr. 4 yrs.; office mgr. 1 yr.; banker 1 yr.; accountant 4 yrs.; Presbyterian.

BOGER, JOHN DERR

        Morganton; s. 1918.

BOGGAN, HENRY SMITH

        Rockingham; s. l. 1903-04; b. Dec. 14, 1882.

BOGGAN, WILLIAM KENDALL Clerk Superior Court

        Wadesboro; s. 1883-85; b. Wadesboro, Dec. 7, 1866; p. Capt. John Albert and Melvina Margaret (Kendall); m. Virginia Little McMurray, Dec. 18, 1901; Di Soc.; farmer, 1892; clerk 1892-99; bookkeeper and treas. Hargrave and Leak co., 1899-1901; clerk sup'r. ct. Anson co., 1909-; mayor Wadesboro 1896-98; 1909-10; The Colonial History of Anson County; Methodist.

BOHANNON, ERNEST FRANKLIN Sales Manager

        830 West 5th st., Winston-Salem; Ph.G. 1904; b. Winston-Salem, Sept. 17, 1883; p. F. M. and Labour (Webb); Pi Kappa Alpha; sales mgr. for F. M. Bohannon Tob. co., Winston-Salem; Knight Templar; Mason; Shriner; Methodist.

BOLICK, CHARLES BOONE Lawyer

        Franklin; s. l. 1913-14; b. Macon co., Feb. 4, 1888; p. J. C. M. and Sallie F. (Carpenter); m. Ollie Sellers, Sept. 24, 1916; sec. to Congressman Gudger 1914-15; lawyer Franklin 1915-18; ibid. firm Frye and Frye, Bryson City, 1918-19; law clerk gen'l. land office, interior dept., 1919-21; law examiner ibid. 1921-; Mason; Pythian; Baptist.

BOLICK, CLARENCE PINKNEY Electrical Engineer

        Morganton; pres. 622 Whitney ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa.; s. 1914-17; B.S. 1920; b. Conover, Apr. 19, 1896; p. E. E. and L. V.-; electrical tester, W. and E. Mfg. co., E. Pittsburg, Pa., 1920-23; Duquesne Light co., 1923-; U. S. A. 1917-20; 321 inf. 81st div.; 1st lieut. A. E. F.; Meuse-Argonne; comm. bat. E. 176th F. A., P. N. G.; capt., R. C. H. A.; Lutheran.

‡BOLICK, LEO ERNEST

        Shenandoah, Va.; g. s. 1923; A.B. Lenoir, 1915.

BOLICK, RALPH EUGENE

        Fla. East Coast R. R. Office, St. Petersburg, Fla.; s. 1918.

BOLING, ROY WINGATE Teacher

        Biscoe; A.B. 1919; b. Wake co., Oct. 23, 1896; p. Brontenus Damascus and Callie Magnora (Baucom); m. Lena Christian Brown, June 16, 1920; Phi Beta Kappa; prin. Thomasville H. S. 1919-20; supt. Bailey sch. 1920-21; ibid. Biscoe H. S. 1921-; 2nd lieut. Field Artillery U. S. A., 1918; Baptist.

BOLLING, J. E. Restauranteur

        Atlanta, Ga.; s. 1922-23.

BOLTON, J. CENER Druggist

        Rich Square; s. p. 1900-02; b. Woodland, Aug. 31, 1874; p. James and Luvenia (McDaniel); m. Pearl Baugham. Nov. 29, 1906; Methodist.

‡BOLTON, MARVIN EWING Lawyer

        Rockingham; s. s. l. 1917, 1918; Atlanta Col. of Med. 1906-08; b. Capels Mills, Dec. 8, 1882; p. J. F. and Celesta (Ewing); Methodist.

BOLTON, MRS. R. L.

        (Nee Lambertson, Willie Virginia); Rich Square; s. 1906-07; Meredith col.; m. R. L. Bolton, Nov. 24, 1915.

*BOND, CHARLES

        From Windsor; Quitona; b. Oct. 28, 1857; s. 1875-76; teacher; merchant; farmer; minister; Baptist.

*BOND, EDWARD GRIFFITH Lawyer

        Edenton; b. Edenton, May 15, 1890; died in service, Nov. 10, 1918; p. Judge W. M. and Laura (Griffith); s. 1907; s. l. 1911; lawyer 1911-16; Mex. Border Co. I. N. C. N. G., 1916; 119th inf. 30th div., May, 1918; wounded Argonne Oct. 10, 1918; lieut. Sept. 25, 1918; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Methodist.

*BOND, HENRY

        From Enfield; Chattanooga, Tenn.; b. Windsor, July 24, 1847; d. July 2, 1910; m. Mary Lippitt Bradley, Sept. 14, 1875; s. 1864-65; banker 1888-1894; pres. Cotton Oil co., 1895-1910; Delta Psi; Episcopalian.

*BOND, HENRY FRANCIS

        Kinston; b. Aug. 15, 1814; d. Aug. 27, 1881; s. 1833-34.

        †BOND, HENRY J.

        Jefferson co., Fla.; s. 1858-59.

*BOND, JAMES

        Brownville, Tenn.; d. about 1880; s. 1858-59; C. S. A.

*BOND, LEWIS

        Bertie co.; s. 1847-51; mem. gen'l. assem., 1838, 1844 and 1850.


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BOND, LYN Lawyer

        Tarboro; s. l. 1919-20; A.B. 1920; Randolph Macon; b. Edenton, Aug. 23, 1898; p. Judge William Marion and Laura (Griffith); m. Ruth Waters, June 30, 1922; Kappa Alpha; Tau Kappa Alpha; Sigma Upsilon; judge. Edgecombe co. rec. ct., 1922; naval aviation S. A. T. C., Randolph Macon, 1918; Junior; Kiwanian; Methodist.

BOND, LESTER EVERETT Teacher

        Maryville col., Maryville, Tenn.; g. s. 1919-20; A.B. Maryville col., 1915; b. Portland, Me., May 19, 1892; p. Samuel and -- -- --; teacher and phys. trainer Maryville col., 1920-; Mason.

*BOND, LEWIS R. Lawyer

        Brownville, Tenn.; b. May 23, 1839; d. Oct. 3, 1878; A.B. 1860; mem. Tenn. gen'l. assem.; speaker house of rep. 1875; capt., C. S. A.

*BOND, ROBERT CANNON Physician

        Raleigh; b. 1805; d. Apr. 5, 1847; s. 1822-25; M.D., Univ. of Pa.; mem. house of commons, 1835.

*BOND, THOMAS

        Bertie co.; A.B. 1824.

BOND, WILLIAM MARION, JR. Lawyer and Banker

        1043 Emerson st., Denver, Colo.; s. 1903-05; s. l. 1905-07; b. Edenton, Sept. 7, 1886; p. Judge W. M. and Laura (Griffith); m. Louise McMullan. Apr. 21, 1909; Delta Kappa Epsilon; vice-pres. Internat. Trust co., Denver; lieut. 1st bat. 2nd reg. N. C. N. G. 1905-09

*BOND, WILLIAM PUGH Minister

        From Bertie co.; Tenn.; b. Oct. 16, 1813; A.B. 1834; mem. Tenn. gen. assem.; judge in Tenn..; Baptist.

*BOND, WILLIAM ROBERT

        Scotland Neck; b. Aug. 20, 1839; d. June 20, 1922; A.B. 1861; farmer; asst. bank cashier; lieut. and aide de C., C. S. A. Co. F 43d reg. Daniel-Grimes brigade.

BONDURANT, STUART OSBORNE Editor

        Leaksville; B.S. 1922; b. Leatherwood, Va., Apr. 14, 1900; p. Tony Saffold and Lillian (Magdaline); Di Soc.; Epsilon Phi Delta; Alpha Psi Delta; editorial writer Tri-City Daily Gazette; bookkeeper Leaksville Lumber co.; editor The Arrow; S. A. T. C.

BONEY, DANIEL CLINTON Lawyer

        Kinston; pres. Goldsboro; s. 1919-23; b. Elkin, Dec. 6, 1895; p. Hanson Finley and Susan (McKinnie); Kappa Sigma; A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

BONEY, GORMAN EPHRIAM Mechanic

        Wallace; s. 1916-18; b. Duplin co., Mar. 25, 1898; p. W. Stokes and Emma C. (Boney); Mason; Presbyterian.

BONEY, NORWOOD BRUCE Lawyer

        Box 114 Wallace; s. l. 1916-19; Davidson col. 1913-16; b. Dothan, Ala., Aug. 18, 1895; p. Bruce Claudius and Katie Florence (Bethea); m. Janet Louise Kornegay. Dec. 28, 1921; seaman-coxswain U. S. navy 1917-19; Presbyterian.

BONEY, PAISLEY, JR. Broker

        Goldsboro; s. 1920-22; b. Goldsboro, Sept. 29, 1902; p. Paisley and Mary C.--; Phi Delta Theta.

BONHAM, PROCTOR ALDRICH

        Greenville, S. C.; s. l. 1905.

BONITZ, WALTER ADAM

        Empire bldg., Pittsburgh, Pa.; s. 1890-91; b. July 15, 1874.

*BONNER, GEORGE MILES Lawyer

        Washington; b. 1822; d. Sept. 14, 1868; s. 1842-44; col., C. S. A.

BONNER, JOHN BRYAN Physician

        Aurora; s. 1913-16; M.D. Univ. of Md., 1918; b. Bonnerton, Sept. 30, 1894; p. Leon D. and Ella (Bonner); m. Ruth A. Taylor, July 3, 1919; med. reserve corps 1917-18; Episcopalian.

BONNER, JOHN BRYAN HAVENS Student

        11 Maiden Lane, Raleigh; B.S. 1924; Washington and Lee univ.; b. Aurora, June 15, 1900; p. Dr. H. M. and Blanche (Hoell); Sigma Chi; Phi Alpha Delta; S. A. T. C.; Episcopalian.

BONNER, JOHN HARE Lawyer

        Washington; s. l. 1909; b. Washington, July 9, 1887; p. Macon Herbert and Hannah Selby (Hare); m. Bess Hatton Conoley, Nov. 28, 1917; deputy collector of customs; Elk; Mason; Episcopalian.

BONNER, KEMP PLUMMER BATTLE Physician

        Care State Board of Health, Raleigh; s. 1899-1903; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1905; b. Edward, Aug. 9, 1882; p. Robert Tripp and Rebecca (Tripp); m. Nellie Clyde Bell, June 1, 1906; physician Morehead City 1905-09; staff Morehead City hosp., 1909-22; state bd. of health, director Bureau Maternity and Infancy 1922-; sec. state bd. of councillors, state Med. Soc., 1910-20; mayor Morehead City; state bd. of med. examiners; vice-pres. Marine Bank; vice-pres. Federation of state med. bd. of U. S.; author of numerous articles for medical journals; transcribed register of licentiates of bd. of med. examiners; installed new system of records for bd. of med. examiners; compiled only record of registered unlicensed physicians in N. C. in 1922; Methodist.

BONNER, OCTAVIUS BLANCHARD Physician

        107 N. Main st., High Point; s. 1910-13; Cornell univ.; M.D. Univ. of Md., 1917;


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b. Aurora, Nov. 29, 1891; p. John B. and Fannie (Hooker); m. Ida Frost Owens, Dec. 19, 1923; Sigma Chi.

*BONNER, ROBERT TRIPP

        From Beaufort co.; Aurora; b. Oct. 7, 1854; d. Oct. 25, 1919; m. Rebecca Tripp, Mar. 13, 1881; s. 1877-79; Trinity col.; teacher; genealogist; abstracter; surveyor; Methodist.

*BONNER, THOMAS PASTEUR

        From Washington; Aurora; A.B. 1859; LL.B. Harvard, 1860; surgeon, C. S. A.

*BONNER, WILLIAM Lawyer

        Fayetteville; b. July 14, 1837; d. Dec. 21, 1891; A.B. 1858; C. S. A.

BONNER, WILLIAM SHAW Salesman

        Market st., Washington; s. 1920-21; b. Aurora, Dec. 16, 1901; p. William Shaw and Lena Lee (Brooks); Episcopalian.

BONNEY, MRS. CHARLES LYNWOOD

        (Nee Puett. Miss Anna Mariah); 710 Hill st., Rocky Mount; A.B. 1914; A.B. Chicora col., 1913; b. Dallas, June 21, 1891; p. John Collier and Mary Elizabeth (Froneberger); m. Charles Lynwood Bonney, Oct. 11, 1922; teacher Rowland H. S. 1915-19; Rocky Mount H. S. 1921-22; Methodist.

BOOE, PHILLIP HENRY Salesman

        Froeber-Norfleet, co., Winston-Salem; s. 1918-19; p. Phillip Henry and Sallie Hannah (Sullivan).

*BOOKER, JOHN

        Farmville, Va.; s. 1815.

*BOOKER, WILLIAM P.

        Farmville, Va.; s. 1815.

*BOON, WILLIAM AUGUSTUS

        Johnston co.; d. 1834; A.B. 1814; capt., U. S. A.

BOONE, EDWARD LAWRENCE Student

        Med. Col. of Va., Richmond, Va.; s. 1918-21; Med. College of Va., 1921-; b. Rich Square, Aug. 11, 1900; p. W. E. and Nellie Virginia (Futrell); Mason; Baptist.

BOONE, ELMER WILLIAM Cotton Mill Business

        Care Riverside Mills, Danville, Va.; s. 1903-05; b. Columbus, Ga., May 5, 1886.

*BOONE, HERMAN H. Druggist

        From Benson; Elizabeth City; b. June 22, 1890; d. June 1917; s. p. 1911-12.

BOONE, HOYT WINFIELD Insurance

        Summit ave., Greensboro; s. 1921-23; b. Greensboro, Mar. 2, 1903; p. Jay H. and Mary Alice (Clary); Di. Soc.; Pi Kappa Phi; insurance associate with W. S. Clary, Greensboro; Episcopalian.

*BOONE, ROBERT BAXTER Lawyer

        From Pawhuska. Okla.; Roxboro, N. C.; Portland, Oregon; b. Arkansas, Dec. 19, 1856; d. Jan. 7, 1924; m. Miss Nellie Lansdell, Durham, Nov. 8, 1882; s. l. 1880-81; Boone and Bryant, Durham; dist. judge Osage and Washington co.'s Okla.; supr. ct. judge, Okla.; Methodist.

‡BOONE, HOBERT BAXTER, JR.

        Portland, Ore.; s. l. 1904-05; b. Roxboro, Sept. 22, 1883.

BOONE, SAMUEL BELL

        Jackson; A.B. 1905; b. May 4, 1883.

BOONE, WILLIAM EVERETT

        123 E. Henderson st., Salisbury; s. 1907.

‡BOONE, WILLIAM WALDO Physician

        403 Cleveland st., Durham; s. m. 1919-21; A.B. Trinity 1919; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1923; b. Elon College, June 19, 1898; p. William Henry and Annie Elizabeth (Moring); Methodist.

*BOOTH, DAVID WINFIELD Merchant

        Knoxville, Tenn.; b. Vicksburg, Miss., June, 1875; d. Sept. 17, 1902; s. 1893-94; Univ. of Tenn.; in railroad service; 3rd Ala. Vol., Sp.-Am. War; Episcopalian.

*BOOTH, EDWIN GREENHILL Planter

        From Nottoway, Va.; Philadelphia, Pa.; A.B. 1828.

BOOTH, ERNEST SPURGEON Banker

        821 Wilkerson st., Durham; s. 1913-15; b. Wake co., Apr. 22, 1892; p. Thomas S. and M. Emma (Bright); m. Vallie L. Watts. Dec. 5, 1917; asst. cashier Fidelity bank, Durham; 1st lieut., capt. 4th inf. 3rd div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Baptist.

*BOOTH, GREEN H.

        Sussex, C. H., Va.; s. 1811.

BOOTH, HUBERT EDWIN Clerk

        Catawba; s. 1920-23; Mars Hill col., 1 yr.; b. Catawba, Nov. 12, 1903; p. Frank E. and Lillian S. --; lumber inspr. Catawba Lumber co.; time keeper Southern Ry. co.; clerk to agent, ibid., Catawba.

BOOTH, JAMES LYNCH

        Oxford; s. 1908-10.

*BOOTH, ROBERT HENRY

        Nottoway co., Va.; A.B. 1824.

BOOTH, SHEPARD ALLEN Merchant

        Oxford; s. 1912; s. m. 1915-16; s. Davidson, 1914-15; b. Nov. 15, 1895; p. J. B. and Annie (Shepherd); m. Elizabeth Purdy, Lawrenceville, Va., Dec. 16, 1920; Elk; Pythian; Episcopalian.

*BOOZER, ALBERT MIRABEAU

        From Lexington C. H., S. C.; Columbia, S. C.; b. Sept. 19, 1843; A.B. 1864; A.M. 1880; clerk supr. ct., S. C.


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BORDEN, EDWIN BROWNRIGG Manufacturer

        Goldsboro; s. 1885-87.

BORDEN, EDWIN BROWNRIGG, III Mill Manager

        Goldsboro; A.B. 1916; V. M. I.; b. Goldsboro, Feb. 6, 1895; p. F. K. and Sallie (Jones); Borden Mfg. co., Goldsboro.

BORDEN, FRANK KENNON Manufacturer

        103 George st., Goldsboro; A.B. 1909; V. M. I. 1905-07; b. Goldsboro, Sept. 30, 1888; p. Frank Kornegay and Sallie (Jones); Kappa Alpha; pres. Borden Brick and Tile co.; 1st lieut. Air Service U. S. Army 1917-19; Elk; Methodist.

BORDEN, FRANK KORNEGAY Manufacturer

        Goldsboro; s. 1877-78 b. July 12, 1857; p. E. B. and Georgia C. --; m. Sallie Jones, Chatham co., 1887; built first cotton seed oil mill in N. C., 1882; dist. mgr. So. Cotton Oil co., 1900-04; pres. Borden Mfg. co., Goldsboro, 1900-; pres. Wayne Nat. Bank, Goldsboro.

*BORDEN, JOHN BECK

        Wilcox co., Ala.; A.B. 1844.

BORDEN, JOHN LEMUEL Manufacturer

        Goldsboro; Ph.B. 1884; b. Goldsboro, Feb. 19, 1864; p. Edwin B. and Georgia (Whitfield); m. Reva Micks, Oct. 23, 1868; Kappa Alpha; teacher 2 yrs.; furniture manufacturer 1888-; Methodist.

BORDEN, MURRAY Banker

        203 N. George st., Goldsboro; B.S. 1895; b. Goldsboro, July 23, 1875; p. Edwin Brownrigg and Ella (Lambert); m. Sallie Lee, Oct. 21, 1903; Phi. Soc.; Zeta Psi; fire ins. 1896-1912; asst. cashier Wayne Natl. Bank, Goldsboro, 1912-; Goldsboro Rotary Club; Elk; Pythian; Methodist.

BORDEN, THOMAS FULLER Tobacco Buyer

        Goldsboro; s. 1915-16; V. M. I.; b. Goldsboro, Nov. 20, 1895; p. Walter E. and Mattie F. --; m. Margaret A. Smith, Apr. 16, 1924.

BORDEN, WALTER EUGENE Insurance

        Goldsboro; s. 1885-87; p. William H. and Sue (Edmondson); m. Mattie Fuller, Feb. 14, 1894; dist. mgr. Mutual Life Ins. co.

*BORDEN, WILLIAM HENRY Manufacturer

        Goldsboro; b. Apr. 27, 1841; d. Aug. 15, 1905; A.B. 1860; pres. Goldsboro Furn. Mfg. co.; lieut. C. S. A., Co. E, 50th reg.; staff of Col. Wash. Hardy, of the 60th N. C., 10th bat.

BORDEN, WILLIAM HENRY, JR. Electrical Engineer

        700 Second st., San Francisco, Cal.; s. 1895-96.

BOREN, GURNEY SIMPSON, JR.

        Pomona; s. 1918; b. July 17, 1899; p. G. S. and -- -- --.

BOREN, NORMAN ADDISON Lawyer

        102 N. Elm. st., Greensboro; LL.B. 1919; s. l. Columbia 1919-20; b. Pomona, Jan. 22, 1897; p. Richard Bengman and Ida Louise (Norman); m. Estelle Petree, Apr. 14, 1920; Di Soc.; Phi Delta Phi; Pi Kappa Alpha; varsity baseball, 1918; pres. firm Boren & Rives; enlisted naval aviation June 5, 1918; rank C. Q. M. (A), stationed M. I. T., Cambridge, Mass.; discharged Dec., 1918; Elk; Moose; Junior; Pythian; Methodist.

‡BORLAND, RICHARD SEATON

        Manchester, Vt.; s. 1897-98.

*BORNEMANN, JOHN HENRY, JR. Physician

        Wilmington; b. Dec. 22, 1880; d. Aug. 7, 1915; p. J. H. and Dora (Offermann); s. m. 1899-1901; M.D. Jeff. Med. col.; Lutheran.

BOSEMAN, CLAUDE ALFRED

        Enfield; A.B. 1915; A.M. Columbia, 1922; b. Enfield, Feb. 7, 1894; p. J. T. and Bessie (Gunter); Phi Beta Kappa; Pi Kappa Phi; teacher Selma and Greensboro pub. sch.; supt. of sch., Enfield, 1919-; 2nd lieut. Field Art., U. S. A. 1918-19.

BOSEMAN, DEWEY Dentist

        Enfield; pres. Virginia bldg., Apt. 31, Richmond, Va.; s. 1918; Med. Col. of Va., 1919-23; S. A. T. C.

BOSHAMER, CARY CARLYLE Wholesale Grocer

        Statesville; pres. Gastonia; s. 1913-15; b. Dec. 1, 1895; p. C. W. and -- --; m. Kathleen Porter, Columbia, S. C., Dec. 28, 1923.

*BOST, BERRY BUFORD

        From Matthews; Jacksonville, Fla.; b. Jan. 18, 1890; d. Mar. 4, 1918; m. Bessie Williams, Oct. 13, 1917; s. 1911; Farmer; Teacher.

BOST, JOSEPH CLARK

        Concord; s. 1918.

BOST, RALPH WALTON

        Rockwell; pres. Chapel Hill; A.M. 1924; A.B. Newberry col., 1923; b. Rockwell, Jan. 5, 1901; p. J. W. and -- --; Pi Kappa Delta; Sigma Xi; Lutheran.

BOST, WILLIAM THOMAS Journalist

        Raleigh; s. 1895-98.

BOULDIN, DAVID LEE Realtor and Insurance

        206 Johnston St., High Point; s. 1908-09; b. Archdale, Feb. 4, 1889; p. Wilson LaFayette and Mary Elizabeth (Moore); m. Estelle Korner, June 18, 1919; agri. until 1921; Methodist.


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BOULDIN, THOMAS SYLVESTER Realtor

        Trinity; s. 1906-07; b. Hillsdale, Jan. 21, 1875; p. Wilson L. and Mary E. (Moore); m. Eula Lota Cox, Dec. 17, 1902; J. P.; chm. Trinity sch. bd.; chm. dem. township exec. com.; Methodist.

BOURNE, FRANCIS CHURCHILL Merchant

        114 Cumberland ave., Asheville; s. 1912-14; b. Asheville, Mar. 31, 1894; p. Louis M. and Emily Churchill (Battle); m. Pauline Moore, June 12, 1918; capt. bat. E., camp Jackson, S. C. (316 F. A. 81st div.); Episcopalian.

BOURNE, HENRY CLARK Lawyer

        David st., Tarboro; s. 1910-11; s. l. 1917; b. Edgecombe co., Aug. 1, 1893; p. Henry Clay and Maria Toole (Clark); m. Marion Frances Alston. Nov. 30, 1920; editor and bus. mgr. The Southerner, 1912-16; law clerk 1917; co. atty. and solicitor co. recorder's ct., 1921-; pvt. and regimental sergt. and major, 156 depot brigade, 1917-18; 2nd lieut. camp Gordon 1919; Episcopalian.

*BOURNE, CATHERINE WIMBERLY Teacher

        From Tarboro; San Juan, Porto Rico; b. Feb. 16, 1896; d. (near San Juan) Dec. 14, 1922; s. 1918-20; St. Mary's sch; teacher in Episcopal sch.; Episcopalian.

BOURNE, LOUIS MILTON Lawyer

        16 Bearden ave., Asheville; A.B. 1887; b. Brandon, Miss.; Oct. 12, 1867; p. Henry Clay and Florence (Dicken); m. Emily Churchill Battle, Feb. 12, 1890; Phi soc.; Phi Kappa Sigma; winner Mangum medal; corp. counsel, Asheville, 1899-1907; author, Bourne's Asheville Code; Elk.

BOURNE, LOUIS MILTON, JR. Marine Officer

        Asheville; pres. U. S. Marine aviation field, Port au Prince, Haiti; b. Oct. 7, 1891; capt., U. S. M. C.

BOUSHALL, JOSEPH DOZIER, JR.

        Raleigh; s. 1908; b. Aug. 21, 1892; m. Alice Marvey.

BOUSHALL, JOHN HECK Lawyer

        Raleigh; A.B. 1910; s. l. 1913; Harvard law sch.; Univ. de Montpellier Faculte de droit; b. Raleigh, July 13, 1890; p. Joseph Dozier and Mattie Anna (Heck); Phi. soc.; Pi Kappa Alpha; teacher Wilmington H. S. 1910-11; insurance busi. 1911-12; lawyer, 1913-; 1st lieut. F. A. 1917; Camps Jackson and Beauregard, 1917-18; A. E. F., 1917-19; Baptist.

BOUSHALL, THOMAS CALLENDINE Banker

        c/o The Morris Plan Bank, Richmond, Va.; A.B. 1915; b. Raleigh, Mar. 28, 1894; p. Joseph D. and Mattle Anna (Heck); m. Marie Mikell Lebby, Feb. 23, 1922; Golden Fleece; Sigma Nu; ed., Yackety Yack; Phi soc.; gen. sec. U. N. C., Y. M. C. A., 1915-16; Nat. city bank New York, 1916-17, 1919-21; Industrial Finance corp., 1921-22; pres. The Morris Plan Bank, 1922-; sergt. sanitation corps, 1917-18; 1st lieut. 1918, A. E. F.; dischgd. as capt. 1919; Baptist.

BOWDEN, BERNICE SAUNDERS

        904 5th st., N. W., Washington, D. C.; s. 1920-22; b. Feb. 1, 1901.

BOWDEN, MOSELEY CARR Student

        Faison; s. 1919-20; b. Lake Waccamaw, Mar. 23, 1902; p. John Moseley and Mary Rebecca (Carr); Presbyterian.

BOWDOIN, GEORGE EDWARD Physician

        11 7th st., Wilmington; s. 1909-11; M.D. Med. col. of Va. 1914; b. Wilmington, July 14, 1892; p. Edward H. and Mattie J. (Dilday); Di Soc.; resident physician Jas. Walker Memorial hosp., 1914-15; sec. treas. New Hanover co. Med Soc. 1915-17; Med. corps U. S. Army 1918-19; Mason; Methodist.

BOWEN, CHARLES CALOWAY

        Laurel Hill; s. 1922-23; b. Laurinburg, May 15, 1902; p. Chas. Jessie and Mary (Hodges); Methodist.

BOWEN, HAROLD JENKINS Student

        214 Oak st., Hamlet; pres. Med. Col. of S. C., Charleston, S. C.; s. 1920-23; Ga. Tech., 1919-20; Med. Col. of S. C., 1923-; b. Newport News. Va., Nov. 26, 1901; p. William Henry and Septinia (McCord); Pi Kappa Alpha; Methodist.

BOWEN, HOWARD WISWALL, JR.

        Washington; s. 1914; N. C. State College, 1916-18; b. Courtland, Va., Oct. 30, 1897; p. H. W. and Josephine E. (McLemore); Sigma Phi Epsilon; Pamlico Chem. co., 1918-20; Liggett and Myers Tob. co., 1920-; prvt. U. S. A., 1918; Presbyterian.

BOWEN, JOSEPH FRANCIS Merchant

        Greenville; s. 1918-19; s. m. 1919-20; b. Greenville; p. W. A. and -- --.

BOWEN, JESSE G. Merchant

        Cor. Lockland and Elizabeth aves., Winston-Salem; s. 1902; b. Monticello, June 4, 1882; p. W. J. and Sophia (Latham); m. Mabel Douglas, Dec. 23, 1912; Christian.

BOWEN, KENNETH ALTON

        Laurel Hill; s. 1922-23; b. Laurinburg, Aug. 11, 1904; p. Chas. Jessie and Mary (Hodges); Methodist.

BOWEN, STUART VANN Clerk Superior Court

        Burgaw; A.B. 1909; b. Pender co., Apr. 21, 1878; p. John Wright and Aletha Marriah (Savage); m. Katie Lee Buford; July 27, 1912; salesman, 1909-14, 1919-22; farmer, 1914-19; clerk sup'r. ct. Pender co., 1922-; Baptist.


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BOWER, JOHN CALHOUN Lawyer

        Lexington; s. l., 1903-05; m. Louise Hill; solicitor 12th jud. dist., 10 yrs.

BOWERS, JOSEPH BURTON

        Bethel; s. 1906.

BOWERS, MARVIN ARTHUR Physician

        306 Corona st., Winston-Salem; A.B. 1907; s. m. 1907-09; A.B. Lenoir col. 1906; M.D. Tulane Univ., 1911; Fellowship of Med., London, Eng., 1919; b. Thomasville, Sept. 17, 1881; p. William and Frances (Hepler); m. Lettie Green. July 17, 1923; capt. Med. corps A. E. F. 1918-19; Baptist.

*BOWERS, PATRICK H. Merchant

        Somerville, Tenn.; b. 1844; d. Oct. 6, 1878; s. 1860-61; C. S. A.

‡BOWERS, SOUTHERLAND

        Fayetteville, Tenn.; s. 1851-52.

BOWERS, WILLIAM JESSE Bookkeeper

        Kinston; s. 1914-16; b. Scotland Neck, May 25, 1897; p. James Sheppard and Carlotta (Smith); m. Pauline F. Hood of Kinston, Oct. 11, 1923; Kappa Sigma; prvt. camp Sevier, 1918-19; Episcopalian.

BOWIE, ALLEN THOMAS, JR. Railway Employee

        Magnolia Vale, Natchez, Miss.; s. 1858-61; Univ. of Va. 1857; b. Natchez, Miss., Aug. 17, 1840; p. Dr. Allen Thomas and Matilda Jane (Routh); m. Mrs. Annie Matilda Marshall, Nov. 21, 1867; asst. p. m. Natchez; circuit court clerk, Adams co., Miss.; prvt.; sergt.; adj.; capt.; chief-of-staff, Gen. Wirt Adams; C. S. A., 1861-65; Episcopalian.

*BOWIE, JOHN ROUTH Planter

        Ashwood, La.; b. Teusas Parish, La., Apr. 14, 1839; d. Sept. 23, 1878; m. Frances Caroline Calloway, Salisbury, Jan. 15, 1861; A.B. 1860; Yale univ.; Univ. of Va.; sergt., signal corps. C. S. A.; Episcopalian.

*BOWIE, THOMAS CONTEE Planter

        From Ashwood, La.; Teusas Parish, La.; b. Oct. 14, 1841; d. Apr. 1, 1880; m. Maria Vidal Page, Natchez, Miss., May 7, 1866; s. 1858-61; Univ. of Va.; Oakland col.; lieut. C. S. A. brig.-gen. major's staff, 1861-65; Episcopalian.

BOWIE, THOMAS CONTEE Lawyer

        West Jefferson; Ph.B. 1899; Yale; b. St. Joseph, La., July 27, 1876; p. John R. and Frances Carolina (Calloway); m. Jean LaFayette Davis, May 8, 1906; house of rep. 1909-13, 1921-23; speaker house of rep. 1915; Episcopalian.

BOWLES, GARVIN

        502 Fairmont ave., Winchester, Va.; B.S. 1923; V. M. I., 1918-20; b. Millwood, Va., Nov. 23, 1900; p. Joseph Warren and Kate Varina (Garvin); Delta Sigma Phi; Presbyterian.

BOWLES, JOHN FRANKLIN, JR. Engraver

        114 E. 13th st., New York, N. Y.; s. 1917; U. S. Military acad.; Ga. School of Technology, 1919-20; b. Statesville, May 3, 1899; p. John Franklin and Mable (Grant); Kappa Alpha; Johns Mansville co., 1920-21; Lee Higginson and co., 1921-24; vice-pres. New Century Color Plate co., 1924-; Baptist.

BOWLING, EDGAR SIMEON Manufacturer

        511 Fifth ave., New York, N. Y.; s. 1897; A.B. Trinity 1899; b. Durham co., Sept. 6, 1875; p. Simeon and Margaret (Bowen); m. Joe Alston McIlwaine, Feb. 7, 1912; asst. supt. branch Amer. Tob. co., 1899; asst. mgr. Allen and Ginter branch 1902-04; asst. mgr. Kinney Bros. branch, 1904-06; mgr. Wells-Whitehead Tob. co.; mgr. British-Am. Tob. co., 1906-18; dir. British-Am. Tob. co., 1918-; Methodist.

BOWMAN, ERNEST FRANKLIN

        Newton; B. S. 1924; b. Nov. 9, 1902; p. Lee C. and -- --; Methodist.

BOWMAN, FREDERICK OSCAR Lawyer

        Chapel Hill; LL.B. 1920; L.B. Berea col., 1914; b. Bakersville, Apr. 1, 1891; p. James Clayton and Anna Mary (Young); m. Sallie Sanders, July 6, 1922; supt. graded sch. Cranberry, 1914-17; gen. atty. N. C. Pharmaceutical asso., 1920-24; 2nd lieut. U. S. A. 1917-18.

*BOWMAN, JAMES

        Stokes co.; A.B. 1822.

*BOWMAN, JOHN G.

        Germantown; s. 1823-27.

BOYCE, HENRY SPURGEON

        Tyner; pres. 813 Cleveland st., Durham; A.B. 1921; M.A. 1922; b. Chowan co., Sept. 12, 1898; p. Richard Dillard and Margaret Eliz. (Outland); m. Neola Thelma Spivey, Ryland, Apr. 3, 1901; geologist with Mex. Eagle Oil co., Puerta, Mex., 1922-23; mgr. Durham branch, Borden Brick & Tile co., 1923-; Friend.

BOYCE, JAMES STACY Insurance

        301 W. Second Ave., Gastonia; s. 1907-08; b. McAdenville, Jan. 12, 1891; p. Samuel Newman and Stella (Holland); bookkeeper and paymaster Loray Mills, Gastonia, 1910-16; sec.-treas. Natl. Realty co., Gastonia, 1917-18; half-owner Boyce and Ware, gen. ins. agency, Gastonia, 1919-; yeoman, Pay Corps, U. S. N., 1918-19; Mason; A. R. Presbyterian.

*BOYCE, JESSE THOMPSON Planter

        Clarksville, Tex., b. May 18, 1839; d. 1872; A.B. 1859; C. S. A.

†BOYCE, WOOD LOWRY

        Selwin; s. 1905-06; b. Apr. 10, 1885.

BOYCE, WATSON SAMUEL Minister

        8 North st., Charlotte; s. 1893-94; p. Hugh and Mary A. -- --.


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BOYD, CATHERINE COLE Secretary

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1923; St. Mary's sch.; N. C. C. W.; b. New Haven, Conn., Oct. 13, 1900; p. William G. and Annie (Roberts); Pi Beta Phi; sec. to Librarian, U. N. C. 1923-; Episcopalian.

*BOYD CHARLES LEROY

        s. 1818-22.

BOYD, CHARLES THEODORE Lawyer

        201 Jefferson Standard bldg., Greensboro; A.B. 1921; LL.B. Harvard, 1924; b. Maiden. Apr. 19, 1900; p. Orland Marcus and Ida Octavia (Stowe); Di soc.; Tau Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; Delta Tau Delta; S. A. T. C.; Presbyterian.

‡BOYD, D. L., JR. Physician

        106 E. North st., Raleigh; s. m. 1906-07.

BOYD, FREDERICK ROBERTS

        104 Pollock st., New Bern; s. 1922; b. May 24, 1904.

BOYD, GRAHAM VENABLE Tobacconist

        Warrenton; s. 1918-20; b. Warrenton, Dec. 30, 1901; p. Richard Blair and Tempe Pettway (Burwell); Methodist.

BOYD, HASELL O.

        R. F. D. No. 4, Goldsboro; s. 1921.

*BOYD, JAMES L.

        Warren co.; s. 1826.

BOYD, JOHN DALLAS Lumberman

        697½ Hillside ave., Fayetteville; s. 1921-23; b. Fayetteville, June 22, 1902; p. John Richard and Martha Katherine (Brown); m. Elizabeth Lee Stedman, Dec. 26, 1923; Jackson Bros. co., Fairview, 1923; salesman, Lewis E. Myers & co., Valparaiso, Ind.; Presbyterian.

*BOYD, JAMES McCLURE Physician

        From Camden, Ala.; Boiling Springs, Ala.; A.B. 1843.

*BOYD, JOHN RAINE

        Reidsville; b. Wentworth, June 26, 1878; d. Aug. 27, 1916; s. 1895-96; bookkeeper R. P. Richardson, Jr. & co., Reidsville, 1897-1904; salesman Arnold, Hoffman & co., Providence. R. I., 1 yr.; ibid. A. Klipstein & co., New York, 1906-11; with ibid. New York, 1911-14; Presbyterian.

BOYD, RICHARD CROWELL Automobile Dealer

        Box 604, Hickory; s. 1918-20; N. C. State col. 1917; b. Catawba co., Aug. 19, 1900; p. Daniel Marcus and Hattle Beatrice (Crowell); Pythian; Mason; Reformed Church.

BOYD, ROBERT EDWIN Teacher

        406 E. Innes st., Salisbury; A.B. 1922; b. Maiden, Nov. 11, 1901; p. O. M. and Ida Octavia (Stowe); asst. prin. Sandhill Farm Life sch., 1922-23; teacher Salisbury H. S., 1923-; Presbyterian.

BOYD, ROBERT RICHARDSON Lawyer

        Munsey Bldg., Wash. D. C.: s. l. 1906; St. Louis univ.; N. Y. univ.: p. Andrew Jackson and Isabella (Richardson).

BOYD, ROBERT WARREN Minister

        Mooresville; s. 1859; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; M.A. 1878; Erskine Col., 1857-58; b. Cornwell. S. C., Dec. 8, 1839; p. Robert and Elizabeth (Blain); m. Sarah Jane Backstrom, May 24, 1866; teacher 1867-76; minister 1872-; supt. Presbyterian Orphanage Barium Springs, 1890-1907; prvt. 12th S. C. Reg. C. S. A.; Presbyterian.

BOYD, ROBERT WHITNEY

        Waynesville; s. 1898-99; s. l. 1899-1900.

BOYD, WILLIAM ROBERTS Engineer

        19th and Chestnut sts., Chester. Pa.; s. 1915-17; b. New Bern, Feb. 10. 1898; p. William Gibson and Annie Roulac (Roberts); Phi soc.; German club; sales engineer, Turner Supply co.; am. soc. heating and ventilating engrs.: nat. assn. stationary engrs.; U. S. N. 1918-19;Mason; Episcopalian.

BOYDEN, MALCOLM COLE Dentist

        429 Granby st., Norfolk, Va.: s. 1894-95; Univ. of Nev. 1898; b. Salisbury, July 4, 1876; p. John Augustus and Mary L. (Cole); m. Florence Calvert Leary, Nov. 1, 1897; Sigma Nu; Pi Sigma; lieut. (j. g.) and lieut. dental surgeon U. S. N. 1917-23; Episcopalian.

*BOYDEN, NATHANIEL ALEXANDER

        From Salisbury; Cullen; A.B. 1855.

BOYDEN, VICTOR H. Lawyer

        Raleigh; pres. Greensboro; s. 1889-92; LL.B. 1894; b. Ansonville; p. John A. and Mary Ledbetter (Cole).

‡BOYETT, CLENON FESTUS

        R. 1. Mineral Springs; A.B. 1918; b. Sept. 25, 1897.

*BOYETTE, ADDIE HOWARD

        Smithfield; s. 1902-03.

BOYKIN, DAVID STEVENS Merchant

        Wilson; s. 1878-80; b. Clinton, Nov. 29, 1863; p. Robinson Fennell and Cynthia Ann (Hobbs); m. Marguerite Jordan. Jan. 22, 1890; farmer; pres. Boykin Realty co.; life and fire ins.; dir. Branch Banking co.

*BOYKIN, EDWIN THOMAS, JR.

        From Clinton; Raleigh; d. Washington, D. C.: s. 1896-97.

BOYKIN, IRVINE MANNING Physician

        Elkins Park, Pa.; s. m. 1908-12; M. D. Jefferson Medical col., 1914; b. Boykin. S. C., Dec. 24, 1890; p. Burwell H. and Mary Eleas (Manning); tutor Pa. hosp., Phila., 1914-15; chief res. phy. Episcopal hosp., 1916-17; capt. med. corps A. E. F. 1917-19; Episcopalian.


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BOYKIN, ROBERT STANLEY

        Wilson; s. 1910; b. Jan. 7, 1892.

*BOYLAN, ALEXANDER McCULLOCH Planter

        Raleigh; A.B. 1823.

*BOYLAN, JAMES

        Raleigh; s. 1837-41.

*BOYLAN, JOHN H.

        Raleigh; s. 1840-44.

*BOYLAN, JOHN S. Planter

        Raleigh; b. Mar. 25, 1838; s. 1856-59; C. S. A.

*BOYLAN, WELDON EDWARDS

        Somerville, Tenn.; s. 1852-54.

*BOYLAN, WILLIAM JAMES

        Raleigh; b. July 30, 1886; d. Morehead City, July 15, 1906; s. 1904-05; V. M. I. 1905-06; Episcopalian.

BOYLAN, WILLIAM MONTFORD Automobile Dealer

        753 Hillsboro st., Raleigh; s. 1904-07; b. Raleigh, May 14, 1886; p. James and Margaret Perkins (Tucker); m. Mary Winder Hughes, July 17, 1917; Sigma Nu; employee Natl. Cigar Stand co., New York, N. Y., 1909-11; ibid. Boylan Pearce co., Raleigh, 1912-15; ibid. Interstate Motor co., 1919-; Rotarian; U. S. A., 1916-18; Mason.

*BOYLAN, WILLIAM POLK Planter

        Raleigh; A.B. 1825.

BOYLES, JOSEPH HENRY Physician

        513 Summit ave., Greensboro; s. m. 1899-1900; M. D. Col. of Physicians and Surgeons, Balto., Md., 1903; b. Reepsville, Sept. 27, 1873; p. Rev. Marcus Whitman and Susan (Wood); m. Ruth Sterne, Oct. 7, 1908; 1st lieut. med. corps. A. E. F. and British forces 1917-19; Mason; Odd Fellow; Junior; Woodman; Pythian; Methodist.

BOYLIN, REESE BLAIR

        Wadesboro; s. 1906.

BOYLIN, RODNEY LAW

        Wadesboro; s. 1909; Catawba College; b. 1892.

BOYST, WILLIAM MARSHALL Merchant

        307 Wainman st., Greensboro; s. 1914-15; b. Sedalia, Mo., June 1, 1894; p. Charles and Lizzie (Monroe); Gate City Candy co.; mgr. ibid. 1923-; 322 Inf. A. E. F. sergt. 1918-19; Mason; Modern Woodman; Methodist.

*BOZEMAN, JAMES FRANCIS Planter

        From Clark co., Ark.; Fort Griffin, Tex.; b. 1836; d. 1883; s. 1854-56; C. S. A.

*BOZMAN, ROBERT LaFAYETTE Planter

        From Eutaw, Ala.; Tuscaloosa, Ala.; b. 1831; d. 1880; s. 1844-47; Col., C. S. A.

BRABSON, SAMUEL PRIOLEAN

        Franklin; s. 1919-20; b. Feb. 26, 1899.

BRACKETT, WILLIAM ERNEST Physician

        Hendersonville; s. m. 1910-13; M. D. Jefferson Med. col., 1915; b. Belwood, May 26, 1890; p. R. B. and Schofield (Mull); m. Lydia Sherrard; 1st lieut. and capt. med. corps U. S. A. 81st div. 1917-19; Baptist.

*BRACKIN, JULIUS C. S. Physician

        Caswell co.; s. 1830-34; house of commons, 1842.

BRACY, ARTHUR TROY Cashier

        929 New York ave., Washington, D. C.; s. 1921-22; Univ. of Wash., 1923; cashier Pullman Car co.; Wash., D. C.

BRACY, CLARENCE

        Rowland; s. 1915; b. May 2, 1896.

BRADDY, WADE HAMPTON Physician

        Altamahaw; M. D. 1909; N. Y. Poly. sch. and hosp. 1910-11; b. Bath, Mar. 11, 1884; p. Daniel and Ida E. (Whitley); m. Mattie Rice, Mar. 18, 1915; Phi Chi; physician and surg. hosp., 1909-12; physician 1912-; Mason; Elk; Episcopalian.

BRADFORD, BENNIE HAYS Student

        Oxford; s. 1920-21; Trinity col.; Med. col. Va., 1921-; b. Oxford, Jan. 24, 1898; p. William Monroe and Sarah Catherine (Hight); Phi Rho Sigma; Methodist Episcopal (South).

*BRADFORD, EDWARD Merchant

        Tallahassee, Fla.; b. 1833; d. 1870; A.B. 1854; C. S. A.

*BRADFORD, JOHN

        Bradford, Ala.; killed at Seven Pines, 1862; s. 1857-60; C. S. A.

BRADFORD, JOHN PUGH Student

        Huntersville; A.B. 1923; s. m. 1923-; b. Huntersville, July 30, 1903; p. William and -- --; Presbyterian.

*BRADFORD, JOHN R.

        Tallahassee, Fla.; b. 1834; s. 1850-51.

BRADFORD, LAWRENCE HOWARD Minister

        Greenville, Tex.; pres. 3019 Monterey st., San Antonio, Tex.; g. s. 1911-12; A.B. East Tex. col., 1911; M.A. Potomac univ., 1913; b. Somerset, Ky., Mar. 16, 1881; p. Wm. H. and Sarah (Jones); m. Nita Allen, Apr. 22, 1914; Methodist itinerancy since 1913; now incapacitated but mem. Tex. conference with superannuate relation; Methodist.

BRADFORD, MARIAN DENVER STUART

        1521 Delaware Ave., Wilmington, Del.; s. l. 1919-20; b. Roanoke, Va., Feb. 8, 1898; p. Taliaferro C. and Helen Wilson (Hoover); asst. dir. bureau of Americanization; Presbyterian.


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*BRADFORD, RICHARD Lawyer

        Tallahassee, Fla.; b. 1836; killed Santa Rosa Island, Oct. 9, 1861; A.B. 1854; C. S. A.

BRADFORD, ZEBULON VANCE Manufacturer

        Kannapolis; s. 1912; b. Mar. 8, 1894; p. W. M. and -- --.

BRADHAM, CALEB DAVIS Manufacturer

        21 Johnson st., New Bern; s. 1886-89; Univ. of Md.; b. Chinquapin, May 27, 1867; p. George Washington and Julia Susan (McCann); m. Sarah Charity Credle, Jan. 1, 1902; Phi soc.; druggist and pres. Bradham Drug co. 1895-; pres. Pepsi-Cola co., 1900-; vice-pres. Peoples' Bank; pres. Atlantic and N. C. ry. 1921-22; lieut. New Bern div. N. C. Naval Militia 1901-04; commander 1904; capt. 1913-17; rear admiral (retd.) 1917; Shriner; Presbyterian.

*BRADLEY, ALFRED OWEN Physician

        Wilmington; b. 1821; d. 1871; s. 1838-41.

BRADLEY, EARL LANDRUM Druggist

        Old Fort; s. p. 1919-20; b. Old Fort, Nov. 30, 1894; p. John S. and Callie (Mashburn); druggist Owens Drug co., Winston-Salem, 1919-22; proprietor Bradley Drug co., 1922-; pvt. A. E. F. and army of occupation 56th pioneer inf. 1918-19; Baptist.

†BRADLEY, ISAAC W.

        Sumter District, S. C.; s. 1859-60.

BRADLEY, JOHN FRANCIS

        430 W. Franklin ave., Gastonia; s. 1886-87; b. Gastonia, June 8, 1866; p. Caleb and Maxa Ann Rebecca (Lineberger); m. Sallie Lorenna Whitesides, Oct. 28, 1896.

‡BRADLEY, JOHN HODGDON, JR.

        564 Woodlawn ave., Chicago, Ill.; g. s. 1921-22; b. Sept. 17. 1898.

*BRADLEY, ORVILLE T. C.

        Tennessee; s. 1814.

*BRADLEY, PHILIP E.

        Wilmington; b. 1818; d. 1849; s. 1836-38.

*BRADLEY, RICHARD Merchant

        Wilmington; b. July 19, 1842; d. 1879; s. 1863-64; A.B. 1911 as of 1864; C. S. A.

BRADLEY, RUFUS Minister

        Rich Square; s. 1890-91; Trinity, 1891-94; b. Northampton co., July 9, 1870; p. J. H. and Mary Elizabeth (Reese); m. Lillian Essie Hart, Boykins, Va., Sept. 15, 1897; Mason; Odd Fellow; Methodist Episcopal (South).

*BRADLEY, SIMON BOLIVAR Farmer

        From Tarboro; Lawrence, Miss.; b. Whitakers, June 3, 1836; d. Dec. 29, 1899; s. 1853-54.

BRADLEY, WILLIAM MAXWELL

        803 Tarboro st., Rocky Mount; s. 1922; V. M. I.; b. Rocky Mount, Feb. 5, 1901; p. William Richard and Ida (Hales); Methodist.

BRADSHAW, ADDIE LEE

        (See Pegram, Mrs. Coloin W.)

BRADSHAW, FRANCIS FOSTER Dean of Students

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1916; g. s. 1916-18, 1920-22; b. Columbia. S. C., Dec. 27, 1893; p. Rev. Harvey Smith and Margaret Foster (Tadlock); m. Marjory Louise Moxley, Aug. 20, 1919; Di soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; Golden Fleece; Gimghoul; gen. sec. Y. M. C. A. 1916-18; corporation clerk, office sec. of state Jan.-Sept. 1920; dean of students U. N. C. 1920-; pvt. F. A., U. S. A. May-Aug. 1918; 2nd lieut. F. A. 1918-20; Presbyterian.

BRADSHAW, GEORGE WASHINGTON School Superintendent

        Rich Square; M.A. in Educ. 1917; B. S. Guilford 1908; s. s. Columbia 1922, '23, '24; b. Iver. Va., Oct. 4, 1883; p. J. Thomas and Victoria Virginia (Johnson); editor Univ. Magazine 1907-08; prin. rural sch. N. C. 1908-12; supt. Asheboro sch. 1912-14; prin. h. s. Buncombe co., 1915-17; supt. Hendersonville sch. 1917-19; supt. Rich Square sch. 1919-23; Baptist.

BRADSHAW, LACY BLACK Lawyer

        W. Elm st., Graham; s. l. 1919-20, 1922-23; Univ. of S. C., 1921-22; Columbia Theo. sem. 1921-22; b. Graham, Feb. 24, 1896; p. Thomas Clarence and Mary Addie (Covington); N. C. N. G. Mex. border serv. 1916-17; pvt.-sergt. A. E. F. 1917-19; Mason; Presbyterian.

BRADSHAW, MICHAEL Minister

        516 W. Chapel Hill st., Durham; s. 1884-85; D.D. and A.B. Trinity col.; b. Alamance co., Dec. 18, 1859; p. William S. and Margaret (Stockard); m. Mary Whitehurst, Apr. 7, 1897; Alpha Tau Omega; practiced law for five yrs; since then minister of M. E. church; Methodist.

BRADSHER, LAWRENCE EUGENE Tobacconist

        Care Universal Leaf Tob. co., No. 1 The Bund, Shanghai, China; s. 1910-12; b. Roxboro, June 12, 1893; p. Eugene Alexander and Mamie (Gregory); Phi soc.; employee P. Lorillard Tob. co., 1912-15; ibid. J. P. Taylor co., 1919-23; leaf tobacco buyer Universal Leaf Tob. co., 1923-; Kiwanian; pvt., corp., sergt. 2nd N. C. inf. co. "C" Mex. border service 1916-17; 2nd lieut., 1st lieut. 119th inf. 30th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; severely gassed Oct. 20, 1918; Methodist.

*BRADSHER, WILLIAM THOMPSON

        From Olive Hill; Roxboro; b. Apr. 9, 1872; d. Dec. 2, 1910; s. a. 1892-93; s. l.


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1894; lawyer Roxboro 1896-1910; partner W. W. Kitchin 1896-97; ibid. Col. S. C. Winston 8 yrs.; N. C. gen. assem. 1901; Methodist.

*BRADWELL, DERR CHIPLEY

        Statesville; s. l. 1895-96.

BRADY, DAVID Lawyer

        149 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; s. 1913-14; A.B. Trinity, 1917; Columbia, 1919-21; b. Durham, July 16, 1897; p. Henry and Ida Sarah (Greenberg); Tau Kappa Alpha; salesman 1917; reporter Richmond Times Dispatch 1917-18; publicity dir. parks and playgrounds N. Y. city, 1919-21; law clerk 1921; lawyer 1921-; Editor Columbia Law Review 1919-21; pres. Trinity col. alumni asso. of N. Y.; author articles on Child Labor for Child Labor Bulletin and Columbia Univ. legislative drafting asso; U. S. N. Aug.-Dec. 1918; 2nd class seaman; Jewish.

BRADY, JOHN EVERETT Teacher

        5 Crescent st., Northampton, Mass.; A.B. 1881; A.M. Heidelberg, Ger. Univ. 1888; Ph. D. ibid. 1888; b. Davidson, July 22, 1860; p. Rufus Archibald and Martha Jane (Hart); m. Mary Taylor Seelye, Aug. 20, 1889; prof. Smith col. 1888-; Amer. Philological ass'n; classical ass'n of N. E.; author Sound Changes in Modern Greek (in German), Studies in Quintus Curtius Rufus, Women in Roman Literature; Presbyterian.

*BRADY, KINCHEN J.

        Tarboro; s. 1858-59; farmer; capt. C. S. A.

BRAGAW, STEPHEN CAMBRELENG Lawyer

        Washington; s. 1886-89; s. s. l. 1891; b. Washington, Feb. 22, 1868; p. John Goldsmith and Anne Cambreleng (Hoyt); m. Maude Heyward Amyette, May 17, 1893; varsity football and baseball; Phi soc.; Delta Kappa Epsilon; teacher 1889-91; lawyer Newbern and St. Louis. Mo.; 1892-96; lawyer Washington 1896-; city atty. New Bern, 1892-93; ibid. Wash'ton 10 yrs.; mayor ibid. 1900; state sen. 1905; judge supr. ct. 1911-14; Episcopalian.

BRADY, WALTER ADOLPHUS Banker

        Conover; s. 1922; Concordia col.; b. Conover, June 26, 1904; p. Charles Robert and Eudora (Herman); banker Conover; Lutheran.

*BRAGG, BRAXTON Lawyer

        Mobile, Ala.; died 1889; s. 1863-64; A.B. 1911 as of 1867; city atty.; C. S. A.

*BRAGG, JOHN Jurist

        Warrenton; b. 1808; d. 1878; A.B. 1824; A.M. 1828; mem. house of commons, 1830-34; judge circuit ct., Ala., 1842-51; mem. Congress, 1851-53; mem. conv. 1861; mem. gen'l assem., Ala.; Judge sup'r ct., Ala.

*BRAGG, JOHN

        From Raleigh; Charlotte; b. Oct. 31, 1841; d. Jan. 1, 1892; A.B. 1861; with telegraph co.; C. S. A.

*BRAGG, THOMAS

        Warrenton; b. Nov. 9, 1810; d. Jan. 21, 1872; s. 1822; mem. house of commons, 1842; pres. elector, 1853; gov. 1855-59; U. S. Sen., 1859-61; atty. gen'l. confederate states, 1861-63.

*BRAGG, WILLIAM Planter

        From Jackson; Alabama; s. 1843-44.

BRAKE, RICHARD RALPH Farmer

        R. 5, Rocky Mt.; s. 1914-16; b. Rocky Mt., Sept. 27, 1893; p. Joseph Lewis and Mary Ann (Griffin); m. Effie Amanda Lewis, Mar. 25, 1922; entered service May 28, 1918; with Bat. "E," 317 F. A. 81st div.; discharged pvt. Camp Lee, June 20, 1919.

BRAME, PETER JOYNER, JR. Druggist

        North Wilkesboro; s. p. 1917-18; Trinity col. 1917; b. Winston-Salem, Sept. 3, 1898; p. Peter Joyner, Jr. and Mary Gertrude (Watson); m. Grace Thomas Price, June 30, 1922; Kappa Psi; Owens Drug co., Winston-Salem, 1918-19; Brame Drug co., 1919; James P. Stowe, 1919-20; Lafayette Drug co., Fayetteville, Mar. 1920-22; Eagle Drug co., 1922-23; Methodist.

BRAMHAM, WILLIAM GIBBONS Lawyer

        114 Buchanan blvd., Durham; s. s. l. 1905; b. Hopkinsville, Ky., July 13, 1874; p. James Goss and Rosa Mason (Cooke): m. Ninnon Marie Umstead, Oct. 20, 1897; pres. Durham chamber of commerce two terms; pres. Y. M. C. A.; pres. Piedmont league of professional baseball; pres. So. Atlantic Ass'n. of Baseball clubs; Kiwanian; chmn. state rep. exec. com.; chmn. fifth dist. rep. congressional com; Am. bar ass'n.; N. C. bar ass'n; Mason; Elk; Presbyterian.

*BRANCH, EDWARD TYLER Lawyer

        From Enfield; Portsmouth, Va.; b. Apr. 9, 1841; d. Feb. 6, 1901; s. 1867-68.

*BRANCH, HENRY

        Enfield; s. 1833-35.

*BRANCH, ALPHEUS PAUL Banker

        Wilson; d. Mar. 12, 1910; s. 1888-89.

BRANCH, HEWLAND ACREE

        207 Maplewood ave., Wilson; s. 1919; b. Wilson, Apr. 16, 1903; p. Paul and Daisy Pauline (Best); Methodist.

*BRANCH, JOHN Lawyer

        From Halifax co., Enfield; b. Nov. 4, 1782; d. Jan. 4, 1863; m. Elizabeth Foort, April 3, 1803; m. Mrs. Bond, nee Jordan, 1853; A.B. 1801; studied law under Judge John Haywood; state sen., 1811, '13-17, '22 and '34; speaker senate, 1816-17; gov. 1817-20; U. S. sen. 1823-29; sec'y navy, 1829-31; mem. congress 1831-33; mem. conv. 1835; gov. Fla. territory, 1844-45; trustee 1817-44.


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*BRANCH, JOSEPH

        Halifax co., s. 1806.

*BRANCH, JOSEPH Lawyer

        Enfield; s. 1833-35; atty. gen'l. Fla., 1845-48; mem. gen'l assem. Fla.

*BRANCH, JOSEPH HENRY

        Tallahassee, Fla., b. 1844; d. Aug. 13, 1864; s. 1861-62; A.B. 1911 as of 1865; C. S. A.

*BRANCH, JAMES ROBERT Lawyer

        Wilmington; b. Mar. 6, 1888; d. Jan. 6, 1918; m. Lou Taylor Rittenhouse, July 3, 1915; s. l. 1912; Christian Scientist.

*BRANCH, JOHN R.

        Halifax co.; s. 1835-36; gov. of Fla.

BRANCH, JAMES STAFFORD

        Enfield; s. 1920-22; b. Oct. 28, 1900.

*BRANCH, LAWRENCE O'BRIAN Lawyer

        From Enfield; Raleigh; b. Nov. 28, 1820; killed at Sharpsburg, Sept. 19, 1862; m. Miss Nancy Haywood Blount, Apr., 1844; s. 1835-36; A.B. Princeton 1838; studied law under John Marshall; mem. gen'l. assem.; pres. elector, 1852; mem. congress 1855-61; pres. R. & Y. & G. Ry. co.; appointed sec.-treas. by Pres. Buchanan but declined; pres. Raleigh & Gaston ry.; newspaper editor, Nashville, Tenn.; brig.-gen. 33rd N. C. reg. C. S. A.; Episcopalian.

BRANCH, LESTER VAN NOY Civil Engineer

        Care Stone & Webster, Inc., 147 Milk st., Boston, Mass.; B.S. 1900; M.S. 1902; George Washington univ; b. Port Jervis, N. Y., Feb. 23, 1880; p. George E. and Almeda L. (Van Noy); m. Clara M. Quinter, June 5, 1906; Phi Beta Kappa; graduated magna cum laude; U. S. geol. survey 1900-02; U. S. reclamation service 1902-20; resident engr. Ala. Power co., 1921-24; supt. of construction, Stone & Webster; Dutch Reformed.

*BRANCH, WILLIAM A. BLOUNT

        Tallahassee, Fla.; Raleigh; b. Tallahassee, Fla., Feb. 26, 1847; d. 1910; s. 1863-64; A.B. 1911 as of 1867; lawyer; planter; mem. congress 1891-95; mem. gen'l. assem., 1905; courier, staff of Gen. Hoke, C. S. A.; lieut.

*BRANCH, WILLIAM H. Merchant

        Enfield; s. 1839-40.

BRANCH, WILLIAM V. Journalist

        Charlotte; s. l. 1919.

BRAND, JAMES NEWLAND Clerk

        Wilmington; A.B. 1922; b. Wilmington, Aug. 21, 1901; p. J. N. and Maude McLeod; with A. C. L. Ry. co.

BRANDON, WELDON CECIL Tobacconist

        North Cherry st., Winston-Salem; pres. Clarksville, Va.; b. Winston-Salem, June 6, 1899; p. Weldon Dean and Mattie Sue (Cardwell); m. Mattie Lou Moseley, Clarksville, Dec. 25, 1922; tob. buyer for Export Leaf Tob. co.; S. A. T. C.; Methodist.

BRANDON, WILLIAM DAVID ROCKWELL Physician

        Statesville; s. 1909-11; M.D. Univ. of Md., 1914; b. Iredell co., July 17, 1888; p. William B. and Florence (Lazenby); m. Mary McKay, June 7, 1917; Phi Sigma Kappa; physician Kannapolis 4½ yrs.; ibid. Statesville 1920-; Methodist.

BRANNON, WADE MELBERRY

        Route 1, Selma; s. 1908; b. June 6, 1887.

BRANSFORD, CHARLES LESLIE

        Care Semet-Solvey co., Ashland, Ky.; s. 1906.

BRANSON, ELIZABETH LANIER

        Chapel Hill; s. 1921-23; b. Sept. 1, 1901.

BRANSON, PHILLIP L. Cotton Broker

        Chapel Hill; s. 1915-16; Univ. of Ga., 1911-14; b. Milledgeville, Ga., Aug. 20, 1896; p. Eugene Cunningham and Lottie (Lanier); Chi Psi; U. S. marine corps 1918-19; Presbyterian.

BRANTLEY, CHARLES Merchant

        Spring Hope; s. 1922; b. Spring Hope, Feb. 8, 1902; p. Charles B. and Lizzie (Westray); Mason; Episcopalian.

BRANTLEY, DWIGHT Lawyer

        Spring Hope; s. 1917-18, 1919-21; George Washington univ.; b. Spring Hope, Nov. 10, 1898; p. Dr. H. and Ida T. (Westray); Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi; enlisted pvt. A. E. F.; served ten mos.; discharged sergt.; Protestant.

BRANTLEY, HOBART Lawyer

        Spring Hope; s. 1917-18; 1919-21; LL.B. George Washington univ. 1922; b. Spring Hope, Mar. 13, 1896; p. S. H. and Maris (Brantley); Phi Alpha Delta; U. S. govt. employee 1922-23; lawyer 1923-; U. S. N. R. F. 1918-19; Mason.

BRANTLEY, JOHN CALVIN Druggist

        120 S. Boylan ave., Raleigh; s. 1898-99; b. Union co., Dec. 2, 1874; p. John May and Sarah (Hollay); m. Mattie Castlebury, Dec. 21, 1904; clerk Blair Bros., Charlotte, 1899-1901; clerk C. B. Crowell Drug co., 1901-02; Raleigh; clerk Henry H. Hicks co., 3 yrs. then part owner and mgr. till 1910; owner Brantley drug store; mem. bd. of mgrs. of the Raleigh branch of Wachovia Bank & Trust co.; dir. of Home Building & Loan Asso.; Mason; Kiwanian; Baptist.

BRANTLEY, PAUL CLAYTON Druggist

        Wendell; s. 1913-15; b. Stanhope, Aug. 19, 1893; p. Dr. C. H. and Edna (Westray); m. Miriam Stringfield, June 14, 1917; Phi Delta Theta; mgr. Wendell Drug co., Wendell; Baptist.

BRASWELL, ARCHIBALD, JR. Planter

        Whitakers; B.S. 1888.


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*BRASWELL, ABRAM H.

        Bockingham co.; s. 1836-39.

BRASWELL, JAMES CORNELIUS, JR.

        Whitakers; s. 1910; b. 1893; p. Dr. J. C. and -- -- --.

BRASWELL, JAMES CRAIG Banker

        132 N. Church st., Rocky Mount; B.S. 1890; b. Nash co., Aug. 17, 1868; p. Thomas P. and Emily (Stallings); m. Grizzele Burton, June 12, 1901; pres. Planter's Nat. Bank; Methodist.

*BRASWELL, JAMES CRAIG, JR.

        Rocky Mount; b. Apr. 24, 1902; drowned at Marble Head, Mass., July 9, 1923; A.B. 1922; V. M. I. 1919; Harvard 1922-23; Methodist.

*BRASWELL, MACK CLAUDE

        Battleboro; b. Oct. 2, 1861; d. Richmond, Va., Oct. 14, 1922; m. Alice Bryan, June 21, 1894; s. 1878-80; farmer; merchant; vice-pres. Planters' Natl. Bank, Rocky Mt.; ibid. Planters' Bank, Battleboro; pres. Battleboro Oil co.; dir. Underwriters' Fire and N. C. State Fire Ins. cos., Rocky Mt.; dir. Rocky Mt. Savings and Trust co.; vice-pres. Co-operative Peanut Growers' Assn.; Episcopalian.

BRASWELL, MARK RUSSELL Banker

        Sunset ave., Rocky Mount; s. and s. m. 1883-84; Wake Forest col. 1882-83; M.D. Univ. of Md., 1886; b. Edgecombe co., Dec. 12, 1864; p. Thomas P. and Emily (Stallings); m. Mamie Hackney, Nov. 14, 1894; physician to 1911; farmer, insurance, and banking 1911-; Mason.

*BRASWELL, THOMAS PLEASANT, JR. Farmer

        Battleboro; b. Nov. 22, 1875; d. Nov. 10, 1898; Ph.B., 1896.

BRAUN, MILTON LAU Missionary Teacher

        Asheville; A.M. 1924; Moyock Training sch.; A.B. Wake Forest. 1915; Ohio univ., 1912-13; b. Buffalo, N. Y., Dec. 15, 1892; p. Adam and Amanda (Lau); m. Mary A. Young, 1917; teacher, Toccoa, Ga., 1915-16; Westinghouse Elec. co., East Pittsburgh, Pa., 1916; pastor, Newbridge Baptist church, 1917; teacher, Mars Hill col., 1917-18; missionary teacher, Kaifeng Baptist col., Kaifeng, Honan, China, 1918-24; Baptist.

BRAWLEY, ESPY WATTS Manufacturer

        Mooresville; A.B. 1894; b. Feb. 15, 1867; pres. Dixie Cotton Mill.

BRAWLEY, ROBERT VANCE Physician

        221 W. Fisher st., Salisbury; s. m. 1898-99; A. and M. col. 1894-95; M.D. Univ. Col. of Med., Richmond, Va., 1901; b. Shepherds, Nov. 9, 1878; p. James W. and Julia (Caldwell); m. May Boyden; eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist; Episcopalian.

BREM, TOD ROBINSON Insurance

        807 Worthington ave., Charlotte; Ph.B. 1902; b. Charlotte, Sept. 23, 1880; p. Walter and Hannie (Caldwell); m. Margaret Locke Moore, Nov. 15, 1913; Sigma Nu; Gimghoul; football 1899-1901; agent Travelers Ins. co.; Episcopalian.

BRAWLEY, THOMAS JOHNSON Banker

        320 W. Airline ave., Gastonia; A.B. 1920; b. Gastonia, Oct. 9, 1896; p. Finley Watts and Maggie Bell (Henry); cashier, the Peoples Bank, Nov. 15, 1920-; seaman U. S. navy Oct.-Dec., 1918; A. R. P.

†BRAXTON, ELIAS DAVID

        Lassiter, Minn.; s. 1882-83.

‡BRAY, EMMETT PERLEYMAN

        Greensboro; s. 1904-07; b. Moore co., May 23, 1888.

BREARLEY, MRS. H. C. Teacher

        (nee Marion Margaret); 193 W. End, Chester, S. C.; g. s. 1922-23; A.B. Winthrop col., 1914; A.M. Univ. of S. C., 1922; Univ. of Va.; Trinity col.; b. Richburg, S. C., Aug. 28, 1894; p. W. F. and Jeannette (Douglas); m. H. C. Brearley, Aug. 30, 1922; teacher York, S. C., H. S. 1914-19; ibid. Columbia, S. C., 1919-22; ibid. Durham H. S. 1923-; A. R. Presbyterian.

*BREARLEY, HENRY MARTYN Minister

        From Darlington Dist., S. C.; Maxton; d. Oct. 4, 1908; A.B. 1855; chaplain, C. S. A.; Presbyterian.

BREAZEALE, ELIZABETH Educator

        5461 Cedar ave., Philadelphia, Pa.; A.M. 1917; A.B. Winthrop col., 1914; b. New Brunswick, N. J., Mar. 13, 1895; P. William Eugene and Martha Hamilton (Dodge); French teacher in high schs. 1917-; author: Polyptoton in the Hexameters of Ovid, Lucretius and Vergil; Some Unprescribed Readings in French 1923.

BREEDEN, DANIEL CARLTON

        Bennettsville, S. C.; s. l. 1915; b. July 21, 1894; p. John L. and -- --.

‡BREEDEN, DARIUS MEEKIN Lawyer

        Bennettsville, S. C.; s. l. 1879-80.

BREEDLOVE, JOSEPH PENN Librarian

        407 Watts st., Durham; s. 1894-95; A.B. Trinity col., 1898; b. Durham, July 14, 1874; p. John H. and Susan (Hunt); m. Lucille Aiken, June 14, 1917; Kappa Alpha; Phi Beta Kappa; librarian Trinity col. since 1898; Methodist.

BREESE, W. E.

        Brevard; s. a. 1891-92; s. l. 1894-95.

BREESE, WILLIAM E., JR., Lawyer

        Brevard; s. 1919-20.

*BREHON, JAMES G. Physician

        Warrenton; s. 1820.


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BRAWLEY, SUMPTER COE Lawyer

        Durham; s. l. 1904-1905; b. Mooresville, Apr. 8, 1879; p. Hiram Augustus and Susan M. (Mayhew); m. Margaret Burkett, Nov. 6, 1907; mem. N. C. gen. assem., 1913; mem. N. C. dem. exec. com., 1913-; Pythian; Elk; Presbyterian.

BREM, WALTER VERNON, JR. Physician

        923 Maltman ave., Los Angeles, Cal.; s. m. 1893-1900; Va. Agr. & Mech. col. 1890-91; Trinity col., 1891-93; Union Theological Seminary 1897-98; M.D. Johns Hopkins 1904; b. Charlotte, Nov. 5, 1875; p. Walter Vernon and Hannah (Caldwell); m. Marion Winleer, 1905; manager football 1895; varsity baseball 1896; Sigma Nu; Gimghoul; physician, Ancon hosp., Canal Zone, 1905-07; chief med. service Colon hosp., 1907-11; prof. pathology and bacteriology Univ. of Cal. med. sch., 1911-14; dir. sou. div. Cal. hygienic labs. 1913-16; sec. and treas. St. Cal. Med. Soc. 1913-16; pres. ibid. 1919-20; pres. Los Angeles co. med. assn. 1920-21; Cal. bd. med. examiners 1922-; author: (Brem and Zeiler) A Study of Hemoglobin of Colored Laborers in Panama, Archives of Internal Medicine, 1910; Ipecac in the Treatment of Intestinal Amoebiasis, Amer. Journ. Med. Sc., 1910; Two Cases of Influenza Meningitis--Patients treated with Hexamethylanamin, Am. Journ. of Diseases of Children, 1911; The Medical Treatment of Amebic Dysentery, New Orleans Med. and Surg. Journ., 1911; (Brem and Watson) Recovery of a Typhoid Bacillus--Carried during Vaccine Treatment--Archives of Int. Med., 1911; (Brem and Challis) Response of Persons Vaccinated with Triple Typhoid Vaccine, Journ. Amer. Med. Assn., 1923; 1st. segt. Co. "G" 2nd reg. N. C. inf. Spanish-American War; maj. N. C. N. G. A. base hosp., World War.

BRENIZER, ADDISON GORGOS Surgeon

        609 N. College st., Charlotte; A.B. 1903; s. m. 1903-04; M.D. Johns Hopkins 1907; M.D. Univ. of Heidelberg, Germany 1908; b. Charlotte, July 24, 1883; p. Addison Gorgos and Francis (Gilmer); m. Mary Richmond Harding, Apr. 9, 1913; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Sphinx; Gorgon's Head; asst. cancer institute and surgical clinic, Heidelberg 1907-09; asst. in surgery, Univ. of Vienna, 1909; asst. hosp. and resident surg., Paris, France, 1909-11; surgeon, Charlotte Sanatarium and Presbyterian hosp., Charlotte, 1911-; author numerous articles in Journal of Amer. Med. Asso. and other publications; lieut.-col. med. corps. A. E. F. 1917-19; chief of surg. service, base hosp. No. 6, A. E. F.; Mason; Presbyterian.

BRENIZER, CHASE Lawyer

        1100 E. Morehead st., Charlotte; s. l. 1897-98; A.B. Davidson col., 1890; b. Greensboro, Feb. 21, 1872; p. Addison G. and Frances (Gilmer); m. Louise Gregorie Norvell, Oct. 5, 1915; Kappa Alpha; pres. Elizabeth Realty co.; atty. Mutual Bldg. and Loan assn., 1900-24; city atty. Charlotte, 1911-15; pres. elector. 1904; delegate nat. dem. conv., 1912; pres. Charlotte Building and Investment co.; N. C. sen. 1917; Mason; Odd Fellow; Elk; Presbyterian.

*BRENT, JOHN C. Minister

        Rockingham co.; b. 1837; d. 1863; s. 1855-56; Methodist.

BRETSCH, ALBERT

        Raleigh; s. 1907.

*BRETT, GEORGE AUGUSTUS Planter

        From Hertford co.; Lotta; b. 1831; d. 1889; A.B. 1852; C. S. A.

BRETT, SUSIE McGLOUGHAN

        Winton; A.B. 1924; p. H. C. and -- --; Baptist.

*BREVARD, ALEXANDER FRANKLIN

        From Lincoln co.; Alexis; d. Oct. 22, 1909; A.B. 1846; lawyer; planter; state sen.

*BREVARD, EPHRIAM JOSEPH Planter

        From Lincoln co.; Texas; b. 1828; d. 1885; A.B. 1849.

BREWER, HENRY EMMETT, JR. Merchant

        328 Hammond st., Rocky Mount; s. l. 1918-20; N. C. State col.; b. Rocky Mount, July 28, 1899; p. Henry Emmett and Josie Coghill (Brewer); m. Mary Darden, June 16, 1921; Sigma Nu; seaman 2nd class U. S. navy; Pythian; Presbyterian.

BREWER, JOSEPH BEAMAN

        328 Hammond st., Rocky Mount; A.B. 1922; V. M. I. 1918-19; b. Rocky Mount, Sept. 17, 1901; p. Henry Emmett and Josie (Coghill); Sigma Nu; mgr. Cog Delivery Service 1922-23; mem. firm H. E. Brewer and co., inc., 1923-; Presbyterian.

BREWER, STROWD OTIS

        Box 150, Durham; s. p. 1913; b. Jan. 3, 1893; p. C. J. and -- --.

BREWER, THOMAS CLAYTON Physician

        Marshville; B.S. in med. 1919; M.D. Tulane univ., 1922; b. Marshville, July 18, 1898; p. George and Fowler (Patra); Kappi Psi; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Baptist.

BRICE, EDGAR C. Teacher

        Mt. Pleasant, Tex.; M.A. 1917; B.S. B.L. A.B. East Tex. Normal col.; b. Corinth, Miss., Apr. 8, 1889; p. Alex and Ella (Johnson); m. Gladys Miller, June 30, 1917; teacher Gainesville H. S. 1917-; supt. of pub. schools Leonard Tex. 1919-20; prin. Mt. Pleasant H. S. 1920-25; pvt. Camp Travis Tex., 1917-18; 2nd lieut. A. E. F. 1918-19; Christian.

*BRICKWELL, STERLING HILL

        Halifax co.; b. Apr. 23, 1838; d. Feb. 2, 1877; A.B. 1860; capt., C. S. A.


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BRICKHOUSE, EPHRIAM LEE, JR.

        118 23rd st., Jackson Heights, New York, N. Y.; s. 1915; Wake Forest col.

‡BRIDES, ARTHUR EDWARD Physician

        5 Concord ave., Cambridge, Mass.; M.D. 1910.

BRIDGER, JOHN Farmer

        R. F. D. Murfreesboro; s. 1897-99.

BRIDGER, ROBERT L. Salesman

        Raleigh; s. 1922-23; p. Roswell C. and Virginia (Lawrence.)

BRIDGERS, BURKE HAYWOOD

        100 S. 3rd st., Wilmington; Ph.B. 1903; s. l. 1904-05; b. Raleigh. Nov. 14, 1881; p. Preston L. and Elizabeth Eagles (Haywood); m. Helen Strange, Apr. 10, 1913; Alpha Tau Omega; Gimghoul; atty. Rockingham Power co., 1905-07; atty.-at-law and realtor, Wilmington, 1908-17; with A. C. L. ry. 1917-19; asst. sales mgr. Cement Products co., 1919-21; mgr. pipe dept. Cement Products co., Wilmington; mem. bd. of dir. Tide Water Power co., 1915-20; Episcopalian.

*BRIDGERS, GEORGE JONES

        Wilmington; s. 1887-88; engr., B. S. Lehigh.

BRIDGERS, HENRY CLARK Lawyer

        Tarboro; LL.B. 1895; b. Tarboro, Jan. 7, 1876; p. John L. and Laura Placidia (Clark); m. Mary Meade Bernard, Jan. 20, 1912; builder and pres. East Car. ry.; pres. Pine Tops Bank co., Bank of Fountain, Bank of Hookerton, Bank of Conetoe, First Nat. Bank of Tarboro; lawyer; atty. So. Ry. co., 20 yrs.; Episcopalian.

BRIDGERS, JAMES HARVEY Lawyer

        604 N. William st., Henderson; s. s. l. 1890; Wake Forest col. 1882-83; b. Northampton co., Aug. 9, 1866; p. Junius Asbury and Caroline Virginia (Stephenson); m. Tucker Massenburg, Nov. 2, 1898; power plant exec. 1917-18; lawyer 1890-; mayor Henderson 1892; N. C. sen. 1913; state bldg. com. 1917-21; Methodist.

*BRIDGERS, JAMES KELLY

        From Seaboard; Nashville; s. a. 1878-79; s. l. 1879-81.

*BRIDGERS, JOHN LUTHER

        Edgecombe co.; b. 1821; d. 1884; A.B. 1843; lawyer; planter; commissioner Confederate Govt. at Montgomery, 1861; col., C. S. A.; lieut. col. 10th reg. Bethel Brig.; capt. Edgecombe guards at battle of Bethel, June, 1861.

*BRIDGERS, ROBERT RUFUS

        Edgecombe co.; b. Nov. 23, 1819; d. Dec., 1888; m. Margaret Elizabeth Johnston, Dec. 12, 1849; A.B. 1841; pres. W. & W. Ry. co.; mem. house of commons 1844 and 1856-60; mem. Confederate Congress 1864-65; lawyer; planter; manufacturer; trustee, 1858-68; ibid. 1879-88.

*BRIDGERS, ROBERT RUFUS

        From Wilmington; Pajuaque, N. Mex.; b. June 3, 1887; d. Nov., 1919; A.B. 1908; s. m. 1908-09; Univ. of Pa.

BRIDGERS, EDWIN BREATHED Lawyer

        630 N. College st., Charlotte; B.L. 1920; Hampden-Sydney 1912-16; b. Salem, Va., Apr. 7, 1894; p. Rev. James R. and Ann (McGill); Theta Chi; acting solicitor Charlotte; pvt. to 2nd lieut. A. E. F. 1917-19; Pythian; Presbyterian.

BRIDGERS, LEROY CLIFFORD Lawyer

        Lumberton, Miss.; s. 1914-15; LL.B. Univ. of Miss., 1918; b. Yazoo co., Miss., Dec. 18, 1895; p. S. E. and Frances -- --; m. Genevieve Pettibone; Kiwanian; seaman 3rd class U. S. N. 1918-19; Mason; Elk; Baptist.

BRIGGS, DAVID HEZEKIAH Teacher

        Marshall; pres. Chapel Hill; A.M. 1924; A.B. Maryville col., 1919; Univ. of Chicago; b. Marshall, Dec. 12, 1893; p. Edward W. and Laura J. (Proffitt); m. Esther Grace Covert, June 30, 1921; H. S. teacher and athletic coach 3 yrs.; prin. Montford Ave. sch., Asheville; supt. Hillsboro schools, 1924-25; Presbyterian.

BRIGGS, ERNEST LELAND

        Burnsville; s. 1921-23; b. Nov. 29, 1903.

BRIGGS, HENRY HARRISON

        Haywood st., Asheville; s. 1921-22; Tusculum col.; b. Asheville, Apr. 5, 1905; p. Dr. H. H. and Margaret Matilda (Moore); Episcopalian.

BRIGGS, ROSCOE GILES Manufacturer

        Wilson; s. 1876-77; b. Black Creek, June 23, 1859; merchant; cotton mfr.; tob. mfr.; exporter, leaf tob.

BRIGHT, CHRISTOPHER ROBERT Druggist

        1102 Krug park, St. Joseph, Mo.; s. 1904-05; s. p. 1905-06; b. Washington, Aug. 26, 1885; p. Harvey R. and Julia E. (Van Elerstein); m. Betty Van Ness, Jan. 8, 1918; Beta Theta Pi; Augusta drug store 1906-21; H. K. Mulford co., 1922-; Elk; Episcopalian.

†BRIGHT, CHARLES WALTER

        Stephenville, Texas; B. Litt., 1896.

†BRIGHT, OLIVER JAY

        Leaksville; s. 1909; b. Dec. 23, 1880.

*BRIGHT, WILLIAM RANSOM

        From Chocowinity; Washington; b. Nov. 22, 1859; d. Oct. 23, 1922; s. 1885; farmer; merchant; manufacturer.

‡BRIGMAN, LINDO Postal Inspector

        Care U. S. postoffice dept., Washington, D. C.; A.B. 1905.


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BRILES, CHARLES WALTER Educator

        Care State Capitol, Okla. City, Okla.; B. Litt., 1896; Univ. of Tex.; Univ. of Chicago; b. Thomasville, Feb. 24, 1873; p. Millard Fillmore and Sallie Ann (Lapp); m. Maggie Cox, June 18, 1901; public sch. teacher Tex., 1896-1905; supt. Muskogee schools 1905-09; pres. Okla. East Central State Teachers col., 1909-16; prof. of educ. Okla. A. and M. col., 1916-18; state dir. vocational education 1918; state bd. of examiners 1905; faculty Tex. univ., summer sch., 1905; pres. Teachers assn. of Creek Nation 1906; pres. Okla. educ. assn., 1916; articles on vocational subjects; Methodist.

BRILES, DAVID THOMAS Druggist

        620 Falls road, Rocky Mount; s. 1913; b. Davidson co., Jan. 28, 1889; p. Thomas J. and Nannie (Westmoreland); m. Jessie Elizabeth MacMillan, Jan. 12, 1916; druggist H. R. Horne & Sons, Fayetteville, 1908-18; sec. and treas. I. W. Rose Drug co., Rocky Mount, 1918-; merchants assn.; chamber of commerce; Kiwanian; Mason; Presbyterian.

BRINKLEY, EDGAR BURWELL

        Elm City, s. 1913; b. Elm City, June 5, 1893; p. E. R. and Obeda (Meares).

BRINKLEY, HARVEY MEARES Physician

        Watts hosp., West Durham; s. 1914-17: M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1919; b. Elm City, Sept. 1, 1896; p. E. R. and Obeda (Meares); Kappa Psi; Gen'l. hosp., Lancaster, Pa., 1919-20; resident physician Watts hosp., West Durham, 1920-23; pvt. M. E. R. C. 1918-19; Methodist.

BRINKLEY, LONN LELAND

        U. S. Bureau of Soils, Washington, D. C.; s. 1903-07; b. Oct. 6, 1886.

BRINKLEY, MRS. LONN LELAND

        (Nee Allen; Miss Daisy Burrows); U. S. Bureau of Soils, Washington, D. C.; B.S. 1907.

BRINKLEY, ROBERT LOYD Lawyer

        Wilson; A.B. 1914; LL.B. 1917; b. Elm City, Nov. 25, 1891; p. E. R. and Obeda (Meares).

BRINKLEY, WALTER FOIL Lawyer

        212 N. Salisbury st., Lexington; s. 1912-13, 1915-17; Guilford col., 1913-15; Lexington, July 19, 1895; p. D. L. and Addie L. (Shore); lawyer Link and Brinkley; solicitor recorder's court 1922-; Reformed church.

BRINN, ROSSER EMMETT

        Hertford; s. 1897-99.

BRINN, THOMAS PRESTON Student

        3611 Locust st., Philadelphia, Pa.; A.B. 1919; s. m. 1920-21; s. m. Univ. of Pa., 1921-; b. Tyner, Nov. 20, 1899; p. Joseph Thomas and Lilly Belle (Elliott); Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Chi; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. Oct. Dec., 1918; Methodist.

BRINSON, FRANK CLIFFORD Lawyer

        Reelsboro; s. 1905-07; s. l. 1907-08.

BRINSON, GEORGE GRADY

        Reelsboro; s. 1912-13; b. 1890; p. G. H. and -- --.

*BRINSON, SAMUEL MITCHELL Lawyer

        New Bern; b. Sept. 26, 1836; d. 1860; A.B. 1858.

*BRINSON, SAMUEL MITCHELL

        New Bern; b. Mar. 20, 1870; d. Apr. 13, 1922; m. Ruth Martin Scales, Jan. 16, 1901; s. l. 1895-96; A.B. Wake Forest col., 1891; teacher; lawyer; co. supt. schools; mem. congress; Mason; Baptist.

†BRINSON, WILLIAM GEORGE

        Asheville; s. 1915; b. Apr. 18, 1894.

BRISTOL, HENRY COWLES Realtor

        204 W. Broad st., Statesville; A.B. 1920; b. Statesville, Dec. 25, 1897; p. L. B. and Mary Caroline --; m. Margaret Simmerman Brawley; Di Soc.; Sigma Chi; football; cotton dealer and real est. bus.; Pythian; Kiwanian; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C.; Presbyterian.

BRISTOL, LUCIUS MOODY Teacher

        Gainesville, Florida; A.B. 1895; Wesleyan univ. 1892-94; St.B. Boston Univ. Sch. of Theology, 1899; M.A. Harvard 1910; Ph.D. 1913; b. Castle Creek, N. Y., May 21, 1872; p. William Harrison and Harriet Ann (Blair); m. Minnie E. Babcock, June 27, 1901; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Delta Phi; prof. Boston Univ. Sch. of Theology 1896-99; Methodist minister 1899-1909; prof. Tufts col. 1910-13; asst. prof. Brown univ. 1913-15; asso. prof. Univ. of W. Va., 1915-19; state supervisor rural survey, Inter-Church World Movement, W. Va., 1919-20; prof. Univ. of Fla., 1920-; pres. W. Va. state conference charities and corrections; pres. Fla. state conference for social work; author Social Adaptation; compiled Laws of W. Va. Affecting Child Welfare; Methodist.

BRISTOW, MRS. ARTHUR BRANTLY

        (nee Pritchard, Miss Maude); 1400 Hampton Boulevard, Norfolk, Va.; A.M. 1911; Ph.B. Elon col., 1909; b. Chapel Hill, Dec. 6, 1888; p. I. W. and Nettie (Atwater); m. Arthur Brantly Bristow, Aug. 16, 1916; teacher Waverly, Va., H. S. 1911-14; prin. Carson, Va., H. S. 1914-16; chmn. Hopewell, Va., chap. Junior Red Cross 1917-20; Presbyterian.

BRISTOW, ELLIE BURTON

        McColl, S. C.; s. p. 1920; b. Apr. 19, 1900.

BRITT, ADRIAN MORTIMER Salesman

        Lumberton; s. 1918; b. Lumberton, Aug. 10, 1898; p. Albert Mortimer and Mary Bell (McLauchlin); S. A. T. C. navy unit 1918; Baptist.


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BRITT, BURNEY ALEXANDER Barber

        Candor; s. p. 1921-23; b. Candor, Feb. 7, 1900; p. John Alexander and Margaret Isabella (Lamonds); Woodman; Presbyterian.

‡BRITT, CLARENCE LEONIDAS Grocer

        Newton Grove; s. p. 1915; b. Mar. 10, 1895; p. E. T. and -- --.

BRITT, GEORGE WILLIAM Engineer

        Chestnut st., Wilmington; s. 1876; b. Apr. 9, 1851; lawyer, 1879-84; eng. dept. R. R. 1884-85; surveyor, 1887-88; asst. engr. A. C. L., 1888.

BRITT, JAMES JEFFERSON Lawyer

        65 Furman ave., Asheville; s. l. 1903; b. Carter co., Tenn., Mar. 4, 1861; p. James B. and Nancy J. (Underwood); m. Mary J. Mosley, July 4, 1908; trustee, U. N. C., 1909-11; N. C. sen. 1909; asst. postmaster gen'l.; asst. dist. atty for N. C.; Mason; Odd Fellow; Pythian; Junior; Baptist.

†BRITT, JAMES PAUL Teacher

        Norfolk, Va.; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1864; b. Barboursville, Va., July 21, 1844; teacher 24 yrs., prin. public schools; 10 yrs. instr. Va. state summer normals; ordnance sergt. C. S. A.

BRITT, REDDIN

        Lumberton; s. 1919-22; Univ. of Ga.; b. Lumberton, Mar. 28, 1900; p. H. R. and Rosa Lilla (Bullard).

BRITT, WADE HAMPTON

        200 Spring st., Winston-Salem; s. 1904-08; b. Newton Grove, Apr. 26, 1881; p. James M. and Zilphia (Boyette); m. Joyce Martin.

‡BRITTAIN, A. GORDON Physician

        Wilmington; s. m. 1904-05.

BRITTAIN, BASIL FRANK Lawyer

        S. Fayetteville st., Asheboro; s. 1912-13; b. Asheboro, Aug. 1, 1891; p. John T. and Virginia (Lanier); m. Mary L. Ballard, Nov. 14, 1914; Presbyterian.

BRITTAIN, JOHN MOORE Lawyer

        Asheboro; s. l. 1919-20; b. Asheboro, June 14, 1899; p. John T. and Virginia (Lanier); m. Mabel Mangum Ray, Oct. 14, 1920; pvt. Co. "K" 120th inf. 30th div.-bakery co. 308th Q. M. C., A. E. F. 1917-19; Baptist.

BRITTAIN, JOHN V.

        Murphy; s. 1918-19.

*BRITTON, ANDREW JACKSON

        From Conway; Jackson; b. June, 1844; d. July 5, 1823; m. Viola C. Bridgers, Feb. 28, 1888; s. 1867; prof. of Latin Univ. of Va., 1870; commission merchant Baltimore, Md., and Norfolk, Va., 6 yrs.; teacher 1885-1912; C. S. A. 3 yrs.; Methodist.

BRITTON, CHARLES WESLEY

        Jackson, N. C.; s. 1881-82.

BRITTON, THEODORE GARFIELD Lawyer

        301 Bing bldg., Houston, Texas; LL.B. 1904; b. Aug. 16, 1881.

BROACH, JAMIE BUNNELL Civil Engineer

        Hurdle Mills; B.S. 1921; b. Person co., Feb. 28, 1898; p. Y. Nathaniel and Eldora Hassel (Russell); bridge construction engr. state highway comm.

*BROADFOOT, CHARLES WETMORE

        Fayetteville; b. Nov. 13, 1842; d. Nov. 24, 1919; m. Kate Huske, Dec. 18, 1877; s. 1859-60; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; teacher; lawyer; mem. house of commons, 1870-72; lieut. col., C. S. A. 70th N. C. reg.; trustee U. N. C., 1874-91; Cumberland co. supt. public instruction; mem. Cumberland co. Confederate veterans' pension bd.; Episcopalian.

BROADFOOT, CHARLES WETMORE Lawyer

        Fayetteville; s. 1907-12; b. Fayetteville, Dec. 18, 1889; p. Col. Charles Wetmore and Kate (Husk); m. Frances McCall Walker, Feb. 17, 1920; Pythian; Odd Fellow; Episcopalian.

BROADFOOT, HENRY BRYAN Instructor

        231 Prince George st., Annapolis, Md.; s. 1911-12; Cornell 1910-11; U. S. Naval Academy 1912-16; b. Fayetteville, Sept. 2, 1893; p. Major John Barrett and Francis (Bryan); m. Pauline Margaret Cheeves, Dec. 20, 1919; ensign U. S. navy, 1916; lieut. ibid. 1917-18; served on various ships and in aviation; instructor; watch officer and chief engr. U. S. S. Hancock; ensign; lieut. (j. g.); lieut.; Episcopalian.

BROADFOOT, THOMAS MARCELLUS Teacher

        906 S. Brazos st., Weatherford, Tex.; A.M. 1911; East Tex. Normal col.; Columbia univ.; b. Selfs, Tex., Nov. 29, 1883; p. W. A. and Emma N. (Pitts); m. Joie Dee Williams, Sept. 11, 1920; prin. Honey Grove, Tex., H. S. 1911-12; teacher Purcell, Okla., H. S. 1913; supt. Sulphur, Okla., city schools 1913-16; realtor Honey Grove, Tex., 1917-19; supt. Mabank, Tex., city schools, 1919-20; prin. Weatherford, Tex., H. S. 1920-; Mason; Pythian; Christian.

BROADHURST, EDGAR DAVID Lawyer

        Greensboro; Ph. B. 1899; b. Goldsboro, June 29, 1878; p. Capt. David J. and Martha (Baker); m. Mamie Stroud, Oct. 17, 1907; teacher Greensboro H. S. 1899-1900; supt. Thomasville, (Ga.) public schools 1900-01; supt. Greensboro city schools 1901-04; lawyer 1906-; Methodist.

BROADHURST, HUGH HUNT Army Officer

        Care Adj. Gen., U. S. Army, Washington, D. C.; s. 1899-1901; grad. U. S. Mil. Acad., 1905; b. Goldsboro, July 14, 1880; p. Capt. David John and Martha Jane


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(Baker); m. Ethel Mary Lloyd, June 4, 1910; prof. mil. science and tactics N. C. State col. 1916-17; asst. in vocational training U. S. Disciplinary Barracks, Fort Leavenworth, Kan., 1922-; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut.-capt.-maj.-lieut.-col. 1905-; service Philippines, Mexico, Cuba, France, Belgium; maj.-lieut.-col. 2nd and 1st divs. A. E. F. 1917-19; Methodist.

BROADNAX, JOHN WILSON

        Rockingham co.; b. Pittsylvania co., Va., Apr. 25, 1821; A.B. 1841; farmer; maj., C. S. A. Ransom's brigade staff of Brig-Gen. Matt W. Ransom commissary.

BROCK, BURR COLEY Lawyer

        Farmington; s. 1913; s. l. 1915; b. Nov. 28, 1892; p. M. B. and -- --.

BROCKMAN, HARRY LYNDON Physician

        Roland Park, High Point; s. 1912-13; s. s. 1915; s. m. 1913-15; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1917; b. Greensboro, June 1, 1890; p. J. L. and Fannie Elbridge (Adams); m. Maria N. Butler, Mar. 6, 1922; Di Soc.; resident pathologist Univ. of Pa. hosp., 1920-21; physician Greensboro 1921-22; High Point hosp. 1922-; lieut. (j. g.) U. S. N. med. corps. 1917-18; lieut. 1918-20; Presbyterian.

BROCKMAN, OTTO RAVEN

        212 S. Mendenhall st., Greensboro; s. 1919-20; b. Oct. 26, 1901.

*BRODIE, EDMUND GHOLSON

        From Granville co.; Henderson; b. Aug. 26, 1841; A.B. 1861; C. S. A.; ordnance sergt. 54th reg. N. C.

*BRODDIE, EDMUND

        Franklin co.; s. 1797.

*BRODNAX, ALEXANDER JONES

        Laurenceville, Va., b. Jan. or Feb., 1799; d. Feb. 21, 1832; s. 1815.

*BRODNAX, WILLIAM F. Planter

        Rockingham co.; s. 1844-46.

*BRODNAX, WILLIAM FREDERICK Civil Engineer

        Leaksville; b. 1863; s. 1882-83; with Westinghouse Elec. co., Pittsburg, Pa.

BRODY, LOUIS JULIUS STEPHEN Magazine Publisher

        Chapel Hill; s. 1921-23; New York univ.; b. May 22, 1902; Di Soc.; track team; bus. mgr. Tar Heel.

BROGDEN, LAUTREE CRANMER School Superintendent

        Raleigh; Ph.B. 1895; M.A. Columbia 1912; b. Goldsboro, Dec. 8, 1871; p. Willis H. and Virginia (Robinson); Phi Soc.; taught in private schools; Greensboro city H. S. 1897-98; supt. Kinston schools 1900-09; state supervisor rural schools; faculty U. N. C. summer school; several bulletins on rural schools and pupil transportation; bulletin on rural school supervision; Baptist.

BROGDEN, WILLIS JAMES Lawyer

        Durham; Ph.B. 1898; b. Wayne co., Oct. 18, 1877; p. Willis Hall and Virginia E. (Robinson); m. Lila Markham, Jan. 9, 1917; editor Tar Heel; Phi Soc.; teacher Raleigh Male Academy 1898-1901; prin. Durham city schools 1901-07; lawyer 1907-; co. atty. for Durham co. 1908-11; mayor Durham 1911-15; Baptist.

†BRONFIN, ISIDOR DAVID

        Brooklyn, N. Y.; s. m. 1907.

*BROOKES, CHARLES BLACKWELL

        From Stokes co.; Winston-Salem; d. Sept. 1, 1902; s. 1845-48; manufacturer; merchant.

*BROOKES, DANIEL IVERSON

        Forsyth co.; b. 1832; d. 1856; A.B. 1854.

*BROOKES, GEORGE W.

        From Stokesco co.; Pelahatchee, Miss.; s. 1845-47; trustee U. N. C. 1868.

BROOKS, AUBREY L. Lawyer

        Greensboro; s. 1891-92; s. l. 1892-94; Univ. of Ky; b. Person co., May 21, 1872; p. Dr. Z. T. and Chestina H. (Hale); m. Helen T. Higbie, Nov. 15, 1910; lawyer Roxboro 1894-97; general counsel Jefferson Standard Life Ins. co.; Dixie Fire Ins. co.; N. C. Public Service co., 1897-; solicitor 9th judicial dist. 1898-1908; Mason; Elk; Junior; Presbyterian.

*BROOKS, BERNARD ALEXANDER

        Nashville; b. Person co., Oct. 4, 1878; d. Apr. 9, 1914; m. Bertie Taylor, Feb. 9, 1909; s. a. 1897-99; s. l. 1901-02; merchant 1899-1901; lawyer; mayor Nashville 1 yr; Methodist.

BROOKS, BAIRD URQUHART Physician

        507 Watts st., Durham; B.S. 1901; s. m. 1901-03; M.D. Univ of Md., 1905; b. Castalia, Jan. 19, 1881; p. Ripley Urquhart and Rebecca (Rowan); m. Annie Sills; Phi Soc.; Kiwanian; 1st lieut.-capt.-maj. 305th Field hosp. 77th div. asst. div. surgeon 77th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

BROOKS, BROWN WILSON Merchant

        Allen; s. 1910-11; b. Union co., Jan. 18, 1887; p. James T. and Martha E. (Smith); m. Grace Allen, Mar. 25, 1906; teacher 1912-15; merchant 1915-; Mason.

BROOKS, CLYDE KENNETH Chemist

        411 N. Cedar st., Greensboro; B.S. 1922; b. Roxboro, Apr. 22, 1900; p. William Henry and Martha Jane (Scoggins); Alpha Chi Sigma; Kappa Pi; asst. supt. N. C. Finishing co., Salisbury; Presbyterian.

*BROOKS, ERNEST LINWOOD

        From Kinston; Washington; d. 1919; s. 1894-95.

BROOKS, FRANK GIBBONS Druggist

        Siler City; s. ph. 1920-21; b. Jan. 25, 1900; p. Mrs. George F. Wise; druggist, Greensboro, 1921-22; sec. and treas., Siler City Drug co., 1922-.


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BROOKS, FREDERICK HOLLIDAY Lawyer

        Smithfield; s. l. 1900-01; b. Williamsburg, Va., Aug. 12, 1878; p. James M. and Nannie A. R. (Hull); m. Lelia Parker, Sept. 25, 1901; co. atty. 2 yrs.; town atty. 4 yrs.; judge recorder's ct., Johnston co., 1911-22; mem. firm Pou & Brooks, 1901-11; Mason; Pythian; Baptist.

BROOKS, FREDERICK PHILIPS Teacher

        Chapel Hill; B.S. 1921; M.S. 1922; b. Kinston; p. F. F. and Mary Ada (Barwick); Alpha Chi Sigma; asst. prof. chemistry Clemson col. 1922-23; 2 mos. Plattsburg O. T. C.; Christian.

BROOKS, GLYNDON HILLMAN

        Woodsdale; s. 1922-23; b. Woodsdale, Aug. 21, 1902; p. Reuben Phillips and Alma Nola (Hall); employee Tob. Growers' Co-op. Assn., 1923.

BROOKS, GEORGE MARTIN Physician

        Elm City; s. m. 1914-16; Trinity 1908-10; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1918; b. Sunbury, Feb. 6, 1890; p. Dr. George Casten and Etta Eugenia (Parker); m. Mattie Pauline Owens, July 6, 1918; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Chi; pres. Wilson co. med. soc. 1919-20; Pythian; D. O. K. K.; Methodist.

BROOKS, ISAAC ERNUL

        413 Spencer ave., New Bern; s. 1919-20; b. Feb. 25, 1898.

*BROOKS, IVERSON LEE Minister

        Caswell co.; A.B. 1819.

BROOKS, JAMES COSTIN

        Elizabeth City; s. 1888-89.

BROOKS, JULIUS CULPEPPER Physician

        1900 Chamberlain ave., Chattanooga, Tenn.; s. 1898-1900 M.D. Grant univ., 1908; b. Monroe, July 15, 1876; p. Alexander J. and Thetus S. (Austen); m. Maude Rathmell, Chattanooga, Tenn., May 14, 1914; Di Soc.; Erlanger hosp., Chattanooga, Tenn.; children's hosp., New York, N. Y.; New York Lying-in hosp., New York, N. Y.; city bacteriologist, Chattanooga; Tenn. pellagra comm.; pres. Chattanooga and Hamilton Co. Med. Soc.; vice-pres. Tenn., State Med. assn.; Mason; Shriner; Baptist.

*BROOKS, JAMES EDWIN Physician

        Liberty; d. May 19, 1921; s. a. 1891-92; s. m. 1892-94.

BROOKS, JONATHAN FLEMING Druggist

        Hendersonville; s. 1898-99; b. Brevard, July 31, 1874; p. Dr. W. and Ella (Wertz); m. Helen Douglas Begg, Oct. 18, 1899; commr. of Home City 6 yrs.; school commr. 4 yrs.; Pythian; Baptist.

BROOKS, JOHN HENRY Teacher

        Seattle, Wash.; s. 1890.

BROOKS, JOHN WATSON Lawyer

        320-321-322 Drumheller bldg., Walla Walla, Wash.; s. l. 1891-92; b. Asheville, Sept. 9, 1870; p. Charles and Elizabeth (Cagle); m. Esther Belle Singleton, July 18, 1898; city atty. Walla Walla 1910-11; mem. Am. Bar Assn.; Odd Fellow; Elk; Woodman.

†BROOKS, JOHN Z.

        Johnson's Mills; s. 1883-84.

BROOKS, RALPH ELBERT Physician

        Rainey st., Burlington; s. 1916-18; A.B. Trinity 1914; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1920; b. Roxboro, Mar. 12, 1891; p. Charles B. and Emma P. (Tapp); Kappa Psi; resident physician Cooper hosp., Camden, N. J., 1920-21; physician 1921-; A. E. F. 1918; Mason; Pythian; Shriner; Knight Templar; Methodist.

BROOKS, ROBERT P. Civil Engineer

        Woodsdale; B.S. 1917; b. Woodsdale, Mar. 26, 1897; p. Reuben P. and Alma (Hall); Phi Soc.; Elisha Mitchell Soc.; engr. asst. Bell Tel. co., 1919-20; American Bridge co. 1920-; 2nd lieut. 1917; 1st lieut. A. E. F. 1917-19.

BROOKS, ROBERT WILLIAM

        Garner; s. 1921-23; b. Spencer, June 22, 1904; p. William Lafayette and Mary Elizabeth (Bell); Western Union Tel. co., Oct. 4, 1923; R. G. Dun and co., Apr. 16, 1924; Baptist.

BROOKS, THOMAS COOKE Lawyer

        Main st., Roxboro; Ph.B. 1880; b. Woodsdale, Jan. 18, 1859; p. James Jefferson and Camelia (Davis); m. Daisy L. Newell, June 8, 1893; Di Soc.; teacher 1880-1893; lawyer 1893-; Presbyterian.

*BROOKS, WILLIAM COSTIN

        Elizabeth City; s. 1869.

*BROOKS, WILLIAM MARTIN Teacher

        From Chatham co.; Lincoln co.; b. Dec. 23, 1833; d. Dec. 15, 1898; A.B. 1860; C. S. A.

BROOKSHIRE, GUY ELLIOTT Salesman

        683 Haywood road, Asheville; Ph.G. 1918; b. Asheville, Nov. 22, 1895; p. LeRoy Decatur and Julina Anthrite (Justice); m. Helen Louise Jones, Asheville, Oct. 16, 1922; class pres. 1917-18; pres. Wm. Simpson Pharmaceutical Soc.; Kappa Psi; the Upjohn co., Kalamazoo, Mich.; A. E. F. 1918-19, Belleau Wood; Mason; Baptist.

BROOKSHIRE, JOHN VOORHEES

        Sou. Pub. Utilities co., Chester, S. C.; s. 1914-15; p. James Madison and Etta (Haliburton); m. Helen Nichols, June 3, 1922; salesman Sou. Pub. Utiities co., Winston-Salem, 2 yrs.; commercial mgr. ibid. Greenville, S. C., 1919-23; mgr. ibid. Chester, S. C., 1923-; 31st ambulance co.-321st ambulance co. A. E. F. 1917-19.

BROOKSHIRE, LLOYD PLEMMONS

        Asheville; Ph.G. 1924; b. Nov. 28, 1901 p. T. D. and -- --; Baptist.

BROOME, HAYWOOD HENRY Farmer

        Aurora; s. 1921; b. Mar. 31, 1902; m. B. Linder.


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BROOME, HENRY WALTER Farmer

        Kinston; pres. Aurora; s. 1916; b. June 18, 1898; p. L. M. and -- --.

BROTHERS, HARVEY ATLEE Salesman

        South Creek; s. 1922-23; b. South Creek, Dec. 17, 1900; p. James and Julia (Flowers); Woodman; Baptist.

BROTHERS, HENRY LINWOOD Lawyer

        Dick st., Fayetteville; s. l. 1904-06 b. Nansemond co., Va., Jan. 20, 1874; p. William Henry and Mary Jane (Parker); m. Ada Howell, Apr. 9, 1907; judge Cumberland co. ct.; Pythian; Methodist.

*BROTHERS, JOHN EDWARD

        Elizabeth City; s. 1882-83.

BROTHERS, WILLIAM TYNDAL

        El Paso, Texas; s. l. 1913.

BROUGHTON, NEEDHAM BRYANT Physician

        309-311 Citizens Bank bldg., Raleigh; s. m. 1916; A.B. Wake Forest 1911; Columbia univ. 1915; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1919; b. Raleigh, Nov. 30, 1890; p. N. B. and Carolina Rickard (Lougee); m. Lorna Helen Bell, Mar. 19, 1921; Sigma Chi; Phi Chi; mem. Amer. Med. Assn.; N. C. Med Soc.; Wake Co. Med. Soc.; Raleigh Acad. of Med.; S. A. T. C. Univ. of Pa., 1918; Baptist.

BROWER, EUGENE BOST Banker

        Winston-Salem; s. 1918; b. Winston-Salem, Dec. 15, 1899; p. James F. and Rosa Belle (Bost); m. Roberta Love, Sept. 5, 1923; teller Merchants' Bank and Trust co., Winston-Salem; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Mason; Moravian.

BROWER, JAMES, FREDERICK Auditor

        300 S. Main st., Winston-Salem; Ph.B. 1905; b. Farmington, Oct. 6, 1881; p. Prof. James Fletcher and Tennie M. (Keehln); m. Hattie Timberlake, July 10, 1907; teacher Salem Boys' sch. 1905-06; employee-auditor Wachovia Bank and Trust co., Winston-Salem 1906-; Pythian; Moravian.

*BROWN, ASHBEL GREEN Teacher

        Granville co.; b. 1821; d. Sept. 22, 1906; A.B. 1843; A.M. 1846; asso. prof., Greek, U. N. C. 1844-56.

BROWN, ARCHIBALD RILEY

        Greensboro; s. 1921; b. Mar. 29, 1903.

*BROWN, AARON VAIL

        From Laurenceville, Va.; Tennessee; b. 1797; d. 1859; A.B. 1814; LL.D. 1857; mem. gen'l. assem., Tenn.; mem. congress 1839-45; gov. Tenn., 1845-49; postmaster gen'l. 1857-59.

*BROWN, BEDFORD

        Caswell co.; b. 1795; d. Dec. 6, 1870; s. 1813; mem. house of commons 1815, '17 and '23; state sen. 1828, '29, '42, '58, '62 and '70; speaker state sen.; U. S. sen. 1829-41; mem. const. conventions 1861 and '65; mem. reconstruction conv. 1865.

BROWN, BRYANT COUNCIL Student

        Snead's Ferry; A.B. 1922; Harvard Law sch., 1922-23; b. Snead's Ferry, Sept. 5, 1896; p. Rev. C. C. and Alice (Williams); Tau Kappa Alpha; Amphoterothan; Grail; asst. in English U. N. C. 1921-22; Graham Memorial Fund campaign 1923-24; yeoman 1st class-chief yeoman-ensign pay corps U. S. N. 1917-19; Mason.

*BROWN, BENJAMIN WARREN Planter

        From Pitt co.; Lassiter's Mills; b. 1835; d. 1885; s. 1856-57; C. S. A.

BROWN, CECIL BAYARD Teacher

        211 McCaslin ave., Sweetwater, Tenn.; s. 1904-06; A.B. Lincoln Memorial univ., 1917; b. Philadelphia, Tenn., May 21, 1878; p. William Leonidas and Sidney Carolina (Hood); m. Buena Vista West, Aug. 28, 1906; prin. Atkinson H. S. 1906-07; teacher Monroe co., Tenn. schools 1907-; Presbyterian.

BROWN, C. CONNOR Minister

        1703 S. 4th st., Louisville, Ky.; A.B. 1899; A.M. 1900; B.D. Presbyterian Theo. Sem. of Ky., 1902; Southern Baptist Theo. Sem. 2 yrs.; p. John Calvin and Sarah (Alexander); m. Willie Barret Taylor, July 17, 1903; minister and evangelist; Presbyterian.

BROWN, CLEMENT COOTE, JR. Merchant

        Wilmington; s. 1907-10; Wake Forest col. 1906; b. Wilmington, June 29, 1888; p. Clement Cook and Ellen (Stevenson); m. Mary Settle Boyd, Oct. 18, 1920; Sigma Nu; civil engr. 1910-17; wholesale tob. bus. 1920-; 1st lieut. 307 engr. train 1917; capt. A. E. F. 1918-20; Presbyterian.

BROWN, CAMILLUS ELNO Secretary

        17 S. Tryon st., Charlotte; s. 1920-21; b. Feb. 28, 1899; p. J. W. and Eunice J.; Baptist.

BROWN, CHARLIE EVERETTE Farmer

        Belcross; s. 1909; b. Camden, Oct. 28, 1884; p. J. W. and Sarah; m. Ruth Sawyer, Dec. 18, 1917; Baptist.

BROWN, CECIL KENNETH Teacher

        Davidson; A.M. 1923; A.B. Davidson col. 1921; Univ. of Va.; Univ. of Besancon, France; b. Salisbury, Oct. 24, 1900; p. Pleasant Marion and Caroline Amery (Shelton); asst. prof. Davidson col. 1923; Presbyterian.

BROWN, CHALES KNOX

        R. 5, Asheville; s. 1922; b. Sept. 4, 1899.

BROWN, CHARLES LEE

        Burnsville; s. 1917; b. Nov. 3, 1895; p. S. J. and -- --.

BROWN, CLAUDIUS PARKS Realtor

        Southern Real Estate Loan and Trust co., Charlotte; s. 1893-94; p. Capt. W. P. and Harriett; m. Annie -- --, June 4, 1895; teacher 4 yrs.; surveyor 4 yrs.; with Sou. Real Es. Loan and Trust co., 20 yrs.


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BROWN, DALMA ADOLPH

        Jamesville; A.B. 1924; p. Luther Monford and Ada; Phi Soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; Baptist.

BROWN, DAVID ROBERT

        Springfield, S. D.; g. s. 1905-06.

BROWN, EUGENE FISHER

        Concord; s. 1907-09.

BROWN, EARL HENDERSON Merchant

        135 Union st., Concord, N. C.; s. 1898; b. Concord, Aug. 20, 1879; p. Moses Luther and Fannie Alice (Smith); m. Agnes M. Moss, Aug. 1902; m. Winifred Bosche, Feb. 15, 1912; bookkeeper 1899-1904; merchant 1904-; Mason; Elk; Junior; Presbyterian.

BROWN, EDWIN LOUIS Realtor

        49 Broad st., Asheville; s. 1887-88; b. Aug. 26, 1879; p. Edwin Louis and Eva T. (Furman); m. Jane Hes Nichols, June 22, 1910; pres. and mgr. Brown Book co., 1908; ibid. Pack Square Book co., Inc. 1912; mgr. hendersonville Book Store, 1922; sec. Brown Hdw. co., Inc.; ibid. West Asheville Hdw. co., Inc.; ibid. Central Hdw. co., Inc.; ibid. Brown Realty co., Inc.; Methodist.

BROWN, EUGENE WILSON Farmer

        Rich Square; s. fall 1918, 1919-20, fall 1920; b. Rich Square, Mar. 5, 1899; p. Jere and Judith Ellen (Conner); agri. and poultry breeding 1920-; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Methodist.

BROWN, FREDERICK Teacher

        1207 Chestnut st., Lumberton; s. 1899-1901; Davidson col., 1897-98; b. Red Springs, May 8, 1878; p. John A. and Kate (Smith); teacher and journalist; author, A History of Antioch Presbyterian Church; Pythian; Presbyterian.

*BROWN, FRANK WARREN Physician

        Greenville; b. Mar. 16, 1861; d. May 15, 1898; m. Camille Latham, 1886; s. 1879-80; Methodist.

*BROWN, FREDERICK W.

        Caswell co.; s. 1839-40.

*BROWN, HENRY I.

        Lynchburg, Va.; A.B. 1826.

BROWN, HUGH MCDONALD

        Hillsboro; s. 1917-19; b. Yadkin Valley, Apr. 11, 1900; p. Charles and Maggie E. -- --; bridge construction, Va. and W. Va.; Pythian; Episcopalian.

BROWN, HAMPTON S., JR. Student

        Selwyn ave., Myers Park, Charlotte; pres. V. M. I., Lexington, Va.; s. 1921-22; b. Mar. 6, 1903.

BROWN, HERBERT STANLEY Teacher

        Woodland; s. 1918-19; b. Woodland, Jan. 22, 1898; teacher and farmer.

*BROWN, HUGH THOMAS

        Wilkesboro; b. Jan. 14, 1835; killed in battle near Springfield, Mo., 1861; A.B. 1858; capt., C. S. A.

BROWN, HERALD WORTH Bookkeeper

        Rich Square; pres. Potecasi; s. 1922-23; Trinity col. 1921-22; b. Lasker, Nov. 19, 1899; p. William Henry and Etter (Draper); bookkeeper Potecasi Supply co., Potecasi; Methodist.

BROWN, JULIUS Lawyer

        Greenville; s. 1901-02; b. Bethel, Nov. 18, 1879; p. Fernando and Ann M. (Martin); m. Estelle Thigpen; gen'l assem. N. C. 1919-23.

*BROWN, JOSEPH ADDISON CLARKE

        From Davidson co.; Sedalia, Mo.; b. Mar. 31, 1834; d. 1858; A.B. 1858; M.D., Jefferson Med col.; physician; planter; C. S. A., capt. co. "L," 22nd N. C. reg.

BROWN, JOHN BASS Merchant

        800 Hermitage road, Myers park, Charlotte; s. 1904-05; p. Peter Marshall and Jennie (Bass); pres.-treas. Brown's, Inc., Charlotte.

*BROWN, JOHN BRIGHT

        Bladen co.; A.B. 1808; mem. gen'l assem., 1833-34.

BROWN, JENNINGS CANEY

        Care Brown Motor co., Wilson; s. 1898-1900; automobile.

BROWN, JAMES DULON Druggist

        College st., Warsaw; s. 1903; b. Seven Springs, May 14, 1880; p. Alsa James and Mary Anna (Lewis); m. Allie Pearl Loftin, Jan. 29, 1913; mgr. and part owner Brown Drug co., 1914-; legislative com. of Duplin co. for N. C. Pharm. asso.; Mason; Junior; Presbyterian.

*BROWN, JOHN E.

        Caswell co.; s. 1820-24; mem. house of commons, 1833-35.

*BROWN, JOHN L.

        From Caswell co.; Wilson, Tenn.; s 1820; N. C. solicitor.

*BROWN, JOHN MCCREA

        Iberville Parish, La.; b. Oct. 30, 1837; d. New York city, Sept. 19, 1864; s. 1857-59; sugar planter; capt., C. S. A.

BROWN, JOHN MCKINLEY Editor Newspaper

        Wilkesboro; A.B. 1923; b. Wilkesboro, May 17, 1901; p. Millard F. and Alice (Holbrook); lumber inspector 1923-24; editor Wilkes Patriot, 1924-; Baptist.

*BROWN, JOHN POTTS Merchant

        From Wilmington; New York, N. Y.; A.B. 1829.

*BROWN, JAMES W.

        Caswell co.; s. 1808.


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BROWN, JAMES WILLIAMSON Tobacconist

        Box 380, Danville, Va.; s. 1921-23; William and Mary; b. Sept. 18, 1901; p. Frederick William and Minnie (Williamson); Sigma Phi Epsilon; tobacconist during summer 1923; with R. J. Reynolds Tob. co., Danville, Va. at present; Methodist.

BROWN, KERMIT ENGLISH

        Waverly; s. 1920; b. Feb. 26, 1903.

*BROWN, LIVINGSTON

        Caswell co.; s. 1835-36; lawyer; planter; state sen. 1866.

BROWN, L. AMES Advertiser

        1 W. 54th st., New York, N. Y.; A.B. 1910; M.A. 1911; b. Greenville, Jan. 21, 1892; p. William Benjamin and Nancy Lee (Lee); reporter Baltimore Sun 1911; Washington correspondent Raleigh News and Observer, Nashville Tennessean, 1912-13; White House reporter New York Sun 1913-16; correspondent Philadelphia Record 1915-17; dir. of publicity com. on public information 1917-18; 1st vice-pres. and treas. Thos. F. Logan, Inc., advertisers New York 1919-; 1st lieut. intelligence officer; U. S. ship. bd. 1918; capt. 1918; Episcopalian.

BROWN, LEWIS BLANCHARD Banker

        115 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; s. 1895-96; A.B. Harvard 1900; b. Paris, France, Apr. 29, 1875; p. Lewis M. and Gertrude (Mason); m. Susie Valentine, Apr. 29, 1908; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Alpha Delta Phi; mining Central Siberia 5 yrs.; auto. industry 3 yrs.; financier 1908-; Episcopalian.

*BROWN, LEONIDAS G.

        From Salisbury; New York City; b. 1830; d. 1905; s. 1845-46; teacher; lawyer; journalist.

BROWN, LELAND PRESTON

        Box 106, Niantic, Conn.; B. S. 1924; b. Hartford, Conn., Feb. 3, 1902; p. Leon Pearl and Mary Louis (Allen); Acacia; Phi Zeta Nu; Episcopalian.

BROWN, MARK W. Lawyer

        140 Merrimon ave., Asheville; s. l. 1897; LL.B., Univ. of Tenn; b. Leicester, Sept. 21, 1876; p. T. Caney and Margaret L. (Hawkins); m. Leonora Eugenia Johnston, June 20, 1906; atty. Buncombe co., 1897-98; police judge Asheville, 1901-03; solicitor 19th judicial dist. 1903-11; Mason; Pythian; Elk; Methodist.

*BROWN, OWEN N.

        Fayetteville; killed, battle of Gettysburg, 1863; s. 1852-54; maj., C. S. A. 37th N. C. reg.

BROWN, PAUL HIGH

        Chadbourne; s. 1919-21; b. Oct. 16, 1898.

BROWN, ROWLAND ANGUS

        Red Springs; s. 1911; s. Davidson, 1912-14; b. Dec. 1893; p. N. A. and -- --.

BROWN, ROY EUGENE Boys Work

        Y. M. C. A., Spray; pres. Chapel Hill; A.B. 1923; g. s. 1924; N. C. State col., 1918; b. Statesville, Oct. 23, 1897; p. Thomas Newton and Louisa (Bridges); m. Helen Andrews, Chapel Hill, Sept. 5, 1923; sec. boys' dept. Central Y. M. C. A.; S. A. T. C. at N. C. State 1918; Baptist.

BROWN, ROBERT EDWARD LEE

        Chadbourne; s. 1919-21; s. Davidson, 1918-19; b. Dec. 30, 1899.

†BROWN, ROBERT FREDERICK

        Chapel Hill; s. 1916; b. Oct. 22, 1887; p. W. A. and -- --.

BROWN, ROY MELTON Public Welfare Work

        Raleigh; A.B. 1906; A.M. 1921; b. Boone, R.F.D.; p. Joseph Bobbitt and Frankie (Ashley); m. Julia Cole. June, 1906; Di Soc.; pres. Phi Beta Kappa; editor Magazine; teacher and prin. Reidsville H. S. 1906-07; prin. Wiley public graded sch. Raleigh, 1907-08; chair of English Appalachian Training sch. 1908-18; field agt. state bd. of charities & public welfare, 1921; head bureau of institutional supervision 1922; sec. Watauga co. road comm. 1917-20; chm. 1920; sec. Boone Commercial club; sec. conference of the people of Watauga co., 1913-15; author Chamber of Commerce Activities, N. C. club year book, 1920; Administration Public Poor Relief in N. C. 1923.

BROWN, ROY TILSON Civil Engineer

        406 Woodlawn ave., Greensboro; B. S. 1911; A.B. Carson Newman 1908; b. Unicoi co., Tenn., July 28, 1885; p. Geo. Washington Helson and Margaret Arminta (McNabb); m. Lela Pearle Gross, Dec. 23, 1911; road engr. N. C. geol. and economic survey 1911-12; instr. U. N. C. Nov., 1911 to Jan., 1912; engr. Orange co., good roads comm. 1912-15; highway engr. Davidson co., 1915-17; engr. S. C. state highway dept. 1917-22; gen. supt. J. T. Platt, gen. contractor, Greensboro, Apr.-Dec., 1922; gen. mgr. and treas. Piedmont Construction co., Asheville, 1923-; American Assn. of Engineers; author numerous articles on road and bridge construction; Baptist.

BROWN, SIDNEY GLENN Army Officer

        Care Adjt. Gen. of the U. S. A., Wash., D. C.; s. l. 1903-04; N. C. State col.; b. Greensboro, June 27, 1883; p. Sample S. and Helen (Grey); m. May Stewart, June 27, 1906; lawyer; major of inf. U. S. A.; judge municipal ct. Greensboro, 1913-17; major staff 10th div. Mex. border 1916-17; with 26th and 3rd div. A. E. F.

*BROWN, S. P.

        Portsmouth, Va.; s. 1841.

*BROWN, SAMUEL T.

        Lynchburg, Va.; s. 1832.


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*BROWN, SYLVESTER T.

        From Carteret co.; Washington; s. 1841-42; lawyer; planter.

BROWN, SANFORD WILEY

        Asheville; LL.B. 1924; b. Nov. 29, 1898; p. Wiley B. and -- --; Baptist.

*BROWN, THOMAS

        Bladen co.; A.B. 1804; A.M.; house of commons, 1808-12.

BROWN, THOMAS EDWIN Tobacconist

        213 S. Fifth st., Wilmington; s. 1900-02; s. l. 1903; b. Wilmington, Jan. 17, 1879; p. Clement Coots and Ellen Ruth (Stevenson); m. Nellie Deans Corbett. Nov. 20, 1912; lawyer 1904-10; merchandise broker 1910-19; tobacco dealer 1919-; Wilmington light inf. 1898; Episcopalian.

*BROWN, THOMAS EVANS WESTMAN Physician

        Asheville; b. June 3, 1874; d. July 23, 1910; m. Frances M. Gudger, June 22, 1904; B. S. 1895; s. m. 1895-96; M.D. Columbia univ., 1901; Mason; Pythian; Presbyterian.

BROWN, THOMAS GORDON

        Elkin; s. 1920-22; b. June 24, 1902.

*BROWN, THOMAS H. Physician

        New Bern; d. 1884; s. 1831-32.

BROWN, VERNON LUTHER Railway Postal Clerk

        1327 Irving st., N. W., Washington, D. C.; B. S. 1898; B. S. Guilford col., 1897; b. Westland, Ind., Apr. 4, 1876; p. Jesse and Lydia Catherine (Perisho); m. Florence O. Kennedy, Aug. 30, 1899; teacher Surry co., 1898-99; carpenter and cabinet maker, 1899-1900; teacher Bombay, 1900-03; teacher Germantown, 1903-04; express clerk Greensboro, 1904; clerk Sou. ry. 1904-06; ry. mail clerk 1906-; Friend.

BROWN, VERNON WEAVER

        Asheville; s. 1921; b. Dec. 1, 1899.

*BROWN, WILLIAM

        Brunswick co., Va.; s. 1809.

*BROWN, WILLIAM A.

        Grenada, Miss.; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; capt., C. S. A.

BROWN, WALTER BERNARD

        404 Tradd st., Statesville; s. 1922; b. Apr. 8, 1901.

BROWN, WALTER CONVERSE

        Winston-Salem; s. 1904; b. Sterling, N. Y., Jan. 21, 1886.

BROWN, WALTER CORNELIUS

        1004 Church st., Burlington; s. 1920-21; b. Burlington, Dec. 27, 1901; p. W. W. and Mollie (Bryant); Methodist.

*BROWN, WILLIAM FREDERICK

        Caswell co.; A.B. 1839.

BROWN, WILLIAM KING Lawyer

        114 N. 21st st., Birmingham, Ala.; s. 1879-81; s. l. 1890-92; L.I. Peabody Normal, 1886; b. Red Springs, June 28, 1865; p. Maj. William J. and Jeannette Amanda (King); m. Martha Cousins Eggleston, Nov. 30, 1904; teacher 1882-90; lawyer 1892-; 1st lieut. Thomas G. Jones riflemen (Ala.) 1888-93; Presbyterian.

BROWN, WILLIAM LEE Chemist

        R.F.D. No. 2, Box 130, Guilford Col.; B. S. 1923; b. Greensboro, Oct. 8, 1901; p. William and Nora Lee (Smith); Episcopalian.

BROWN, WALTER MONROE

        Burlington; A.B. 1902; A.B. Elon, 1899; b. Guilford co., 1872; p. G. W. and Barbara Isley; m. Ora Pearl Vestal, 1906; supt. Lexington graded sch. 6 yrs.; dist. agt. Mo. State Life Ins.; sec. Central Loan & Trust co., Burlington; sec. and treas. Brown's Hos. Mills, Inc.

BROWN, ZENO Physician

        Greenville; s. m. 1880-81; M.D. Bellevue Med. col., 1884; p. Dr. W. M. B. and --.

BROWNE, ALFRED DAVID Teacher

        Care George Peabody col. Nashville, Tenn.; s. m. 1903-05; M.D. Univ. of Tenn; g. s. Harvard; g. s. N. Y. Graduate Hos. Med. col.; Michigan univ.; b. Belfast, Ireland, May 14, 1879; p. Thompson and Jane (Whiteside); m. Roberta G. Jones, June 12, 1908; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Theta; Phi Chi (Med.); med. adviser Stanford univ.; teacher George Peabody Col. for Teachers; vicepres. natl. collegiate athletic assn.; pres. western dist. natl. physical educ. assn.; chmn. Educ. Comm. Oregon; vice-pres. Pacific coast intercollegiate athletic conference; author numerous publications concerning health legislation and physical education; capt. med. corps. U. S. A. World War; Unitarian.

*BROWNE, JACOB FAULCON Physician

        Warrenton; s. 1846-47.

BROWNE, JOSEPH MALCOLM Farmer

        Kelford; s. 1917-20; b. Kelford, Feb. 25, 1900; p. Joseph Johnston and Claire Renshaw (Newsome); S. A. T. C. at U. N. C., 1918; Baptist.

*BROWNE, RIDLEY Physician

        Warren co.; s. 1845-46.

BROWNING, ANDREW MCMASTER

        Hillsboro; s. 1918; N. C. State col., 1919; b. Worthville, Feb. 2, 1900; p. Alan and Minnie (McMaster); concrete inspector city of Durham, 1919; mill operator, 1919-; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C., 1918; Methodist.


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BROWNING, HOWARD RAYMOND Railway Flagman

        Littleton; s. 1910-11; p. B. Ray and Evangelina DeKalb; m. Alice Myrick; druggist; flagman S. A. L. Ry. co.

BROWNLE, EUGENE Hotel Proprietor

        Tryon; s. l. 1901-02; West Point, 1899; b. Lawyersville, N. Y., Feb. 10, 1876; p. James and Mary Jane (Stryker); m. Ethelyn M. Wilmot, June 27, 1901; Phi Delta Theta; postmaster Tryon; prop. Oak Hall Tourist Hotel; ambulance service A. E. F., 1917-19.

*BROWNRIGG, HENRY

        Edgecombe co.; s. 1809.

*BROWNRIGG, RICHARD THOMAS

        Edenton; Columbus, Miss.; b. 1793; d. 1846; s. 1808; planter; fisheries; mem. house of commons, 1816; state sen., 1818, '22, and '31.

BROWNSON, ALLYN RAYMOND Salesman

        Box 213, Asheville; A.B. 1914; A.M. 1915; b. New Canaan, Conn., Aug. 21, 1882; p. Dr. W. C. and Maggie R. -- --; with Atlas Portland Cement co.,

*BROYLES, THOMAS TALIAFERRO Physician

        Jonesboro, Tenn.; d. Dec. 20, 1922; A.B. 1863; C. S. A.

*BRUCE, A.

        South Boston, Va.; s. 1825.

*BRUCE, CHARLES Planter

        Halifax co., Va.; b. Nov. 30, 1841; d. Oct., 1896; A.B. 1845.

*BRUCE, CHARLES

        Guilford co.; s. 1797.

*BRUCE, CHARLES

        Halifax co., Va.; b. Nov. 30, 1841; killed in battle; A.B. 1860; capt., C. S. A.

*BRUCE, JAMES

        Halifax co. Va.; d. 1858; A.B. 1856.

*BRUCE, JOHN

        Hillsboro; s. 1814.

*BRUCE, JAMES COLE Planter

        Halifax co. Va.; A.B. 1825; mem. Va. conv., 1831; mem. Va. gen'l assem.

BRUCE, PAUL ERNEST Lumberman

        Mars Hill; s. 1914-15; Mars Hill col.; Elon col.; b. Mars Hill, Sept. 20, 1894; p. Charles C. and Cora A. (Ramsey); varsity baseball; pvt.-sergt. 156th depot brigade U. S. A., 1918-19; Mason; Baptist.

BRUCE, THOMAS JEFFERSON

        Hot Springs; s. p. 1905-06; s. Mars Hill col., 1899-1902; b. May 18, 1882.

*BRUCE, WILKINS

        From South Boston, Va.; Milton, N. C.; b. Mar. 11, 1838; d. Feb. 4, 1907; A.B. 1858; C. S. A.

*BRUCE, WILLIAM BALLARD

        b. Halifax co., Va.; A.B. 1856.

BRUNER, WILLIAM GWATHNEY

        Laurens, S. C.; s. 1922; b. Nov. 12, 1906.

BRUNSON, HARRY LEROY

        Tallassee, Ala.; s. 1920.

BRUTON, CHARLES GLENN

        Candor; s. 1922; b. Dec. 5, 1904.

BRUTON, GASTON SWINDELL Student

        Newport; pres. Chapel Hill; A.B. 1923; Trinity 1919-21; b. Newton Grove, Nov. 22, 1902; p. Rev. Raleigh Alexander and Clyde (Swindell); varsity tennis 1921-23; pres. N. C. intercollegiate tennis assn., 1923-24; Phi Soc.; Gamma Phi (petitioning Chi Phi); Methodist.

BRUTON, JOHN FLETCHER

        301 W. Nash st., Wilson; s. l. 1884; b. Wentworth, May 29, 1861; p. Rev. David R. and Margaret G. (Nixon); m. Hattie Tartt Barnes, Nov. 15, 1887; Alpha Tau Omega; Methodist.

BRYAN, ALBERT OTHEL Lumberman

        Elkin; s. 1912-13; b. Battleboro, Sept. 22, 1892; p. Julius Othel and Annie Gertrude (Best); gen. mgr. E. and A. ry.; sec.-treas. Roswell Lumber co.; pres. Bryan Farm, Inc.; mgr. specialty dept., Chicago Belting co., Chicago, Ill., 1919-20; sec. Elkin Kiwanis; chief inspector, ordnance dept., U. S. A., Chicago, Ill., (civil service employee) 1917-19.

*BRYAN, CARNEY J.

        Washington; d. Aug. 23, 1883; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1864; C. S. A.

BRYAN, CHARLES JUNIUS

        Goldsboro; pres. Wilson; b. Apr. 8, 1900.

*BRYAN, CHARLES SHEPARD

        From Raleigh; Casswell, Mo.; b. Sept. 28, 1832; d. Mar. 8, 1895; A.B. 1852; lawyer; co. supt. of sch.; recorder of deeds; gen'l assem. of Mo. 1874-75, 1878-79; C. S. A.

BRYAN, DANIEL BUNYAN Teacher

        Wake Forest; A.B. 1911; M.A. Columbia, 1914; Ph.D. New York univ., 1915; b. Grove, Dec. 23, 1886; p. Atlas J. and Texana (Stone); m. Affie C. Griffin, May 15, 1912; Phi Soc.; prin. Rich Square H. S. 1911-13; prof. educ. Richmond col. 1915-21; prof. educ. Wake Forest col. 1921-; author of numerous papers on educational matters; Baptist.

*BRYAN, ELIAS HENRY Planter

        Haywood; b. 1844; d. May 14, 1887; A.B. 1865.


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*BRYAN, FELIX

        Lenoir co.; s. 1813.

BRYAN, FREDERICK CHARLES Manufacturer

        983 Hackett ave., Milwaukee, Wis.; s. 1881-82; b. Raleigh, May 3, 1864; p. Judge Henry R. and Mary (Norcott); m. Allis Williams. Sept. 30, 1907; ry. employee Atlantic and N. C. ry. 1882-86; joint agent asso. Va. and Carolina rys. 1886-88; chief clerk and asst. gen'l freight and pass. agent S. A. L., 1888-92; gen. western freight agent Norfolk and Western ry. 1892-1903; div. freight agent ibid. 1903-05; vice pres. St. Paul and Western Coal co. and Boston Coal Dock and Wharf co., 1905-07; sales mgr. Clinchfield Coal corp., 1907-11; gen. traffic mgr. Allis Chalmers Mfg. co., 1911-; Episcopalian.

*BRYAN, FREDERICK R.

        Raleigh; b. 1846; d. 1863; s. 1861-62.

*BRYAN, FRANCIS THEODORE

        Raleigh; St. Louis, Mo.; b. 1823; d. 1919; A.B. 1842; A.M. 1845; grad. U. S. Mil. Acad.; topog. engr.; lieut. and aide to Gen. Wood, Mex. War.

*BRYAN, GEORGE PETTIGREW

        Raleigh; b. Oct. 9, 1841; killed at Charles City Roads, Va., Aug. 9, 1864; A.B. 1860; tutor U. N. C. 1860-62; capt., C. S. A. Co. "G," 19th reg.

*BRYAN, HENRY H. Lawyer

        New Orleans, La.; b. Oct. 5, 1844; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1864; C. S. A.

*BRYAN, HENRY RAVENSCROFT

        From Raleigh; New Bern; b. Mar. 8, 1836; d. Feb. 14, 1919; A.B. 1856; planter; lawyer; pres. elector, 1880; judge sup'r ct., 1900-07; mayor, New Bern; bd. of dir. of N. C. penitentiary; vice pres. trustee, U. N. C., 1883-91.

BRYAN, HENRY RAVENSCROFT Salesman

        New Bern; s. 1886-87; b. 1870; p. Henry R. and Mary -- --; m. Willie R. Law, Raleigh, June 23, 1909; A. T. O.; Elk.

BRYAN, JEAN Teacher

        2046 East Seventh st., Charlotte; s. 1916; Salem col. 1913-15; b. New Bern, Sept. 21, 1895; p. Green and E. B. (Bishop); Episcopalian.

*BRYAN JOHN

        Sampson co.; s. 1796.

BRYAN, J. A. Minister

        Birmingham, Ala.; B. S. 1885; Princeton Seminary B. D. 1889; Univ. of Va.; D.D. King col., Tenn.; b. Kingstree, S. C., Mar. 20, 1863; p. J. R. and Mary M. (Savage); m. Leonora Clayton Howze, Jan. 13, 1890; Phi Soc.; Presbyterian.

*BRYAN, JOHN ALEXANDER

        From Sampson co.; Kenansville; b. 1821; m. Mary Oliver, June, 1845; m. Kate Oliver, 1870; s. 1841; Med. univ. Phila., Pa., 1844-45; farmer; merchant; N. C. gen'l assem. 1879.

*BRYAN, JOSEPH B.

        Fayetteville; s. 1841-42.

*BRYAN, JOSEPH BONNER

        Washington; Aurora; b. Jan. 19, 1828; A.B. 1851; merchant; 2nd lieut. co. "D," 13th battalion, C. S. A.

*BRYAN, JOSIAH E.

        Fayetteville; d. 1880; s. 1841-42; C. S. A.

*BRYAN, JESSE G. Physician

        Washington; s. 1837-39.

*BRYAN, JOHN HERRITAGE

        New Bern; b. 1798; d. May 19, 1870; A.B. 1815; A.M. 1820; lawyer; N. C. sen. 1823-24; mem. congress 1825-29; trustee, U. N. C., 1823-68; mem. exec. com. bd. of trustees.

*BRYAN, JOHN HERRITAGE

        Raleigh; Campinas, San Paulo, Brazil; b. 1825; d. May 4, 1891; A.B. 1844; A.M. 1847; teacher; lawyer; bank teller.

BRYAN, JOSEPH KINSLEY

        Oxford; s. 1916; D.D.S. Baltimore Col. of Dental Surgery; b. Granville co., Nov. 14, 1897; p. Charlie Walter and Mamie Ann (Sessions); Theta Nu Epsilon; Xi Psi Phi.

*BRYAN, JAMES PETTIGREW Physician

        From Raleigh; Kinston; b. 1829; d. 1887; A.B. 1849.

BRYAN, JOSEPH SHEPARD Teacher

        Wilson; A.B. 1915; b. Wilmington, Aug. 24, 1894; p. Robert Kedar and Gertrude Foy (Shepard); m. Ann Cavenaugh, Dec. 27, 1921; Phi Soc.; Pi Kappa Phi; prin. Greensboro (Fla.) Junior H. S. 1915-16; ibid. Hemenway (Wilmington) sch. 1916-20; ibid. Wilson H. S. 1920-; Kiwanian; U. S. A. 1917, incapacitated while in training camp; Methodist.

*BRYAN, JAMES WEST

        New Bern; b. 1805; d. 1864; A.B. 1824; lawyer; N. C. sen. 1836; mem. conv. 1835; trustee U. N. C. 1835-56.

†BRYAN, KEDAR, JR.

        Murchison bldg., Wilmington; s. 1891-92.

BRYAN, LORENZO DOW

        Jacksonville; s. m. 1906.

BRYAN, LYNWOOD SESSUMS Farmer

        62 Belle st., Oxford; s. 1914-16; b. Oxford, Feb. 19, 1895; p. C. W. and Mamie (Sessums); Presbyterian.

*BRYAN, NEEDHAM G.

        Wayne co.; s. 1814.


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*BRYAN, NEILL MCKAY, JR.

        Aberdeen; Nashville, Tenn.: s. 1900-01; real estate dealer; Presbyterian.

BRYAN, PAUL ROBEY Chemical Engineer

        410 East End ave., Pittsburgh, Pa.; B.S. 1913; Univ. of Chicago, 1915; b. Goldsboro, Apr. 6, 1892; p. John William and Bela (Stevenson); m. Margaret Winifred Bude, Sept. 12, 1916; chemist Juragua Iron co., 1913-14; instr. S. C. Med. col., 1915-16; chemical eng. Aetna Chem. co., 1916; chemical engr. Carnegie Steel co., 1916-22; chemical engr. Mathieson Alkali Works 1922-; Methodist.

BRYAN, RODERICK ADAMS

        Carthage; s. 1901-03; s. l. 1904-05.

*BRYAN, ROBERT K.

        Fayetteville; d. June 1898; s. 1843-45; planter; journalist; house of commons from New Hanover co., 1858.

BRYAN, ROBERT THOMAS Missionary

        56 Scott Road, Shanghai, China; A.B. 1882; D.D. 1894; b. Kenansville, Oct. 14, 1855; p. John Alexander and Mary (Oliver); m. Lula E. Freeland, Aug. 20, 1885; m. Mamie E. Sallee, Dec. 30, 1909; Baptist minister, missionary to China; Baptist.

BRYAN, ROBERT THOMAS, JR. Missionary

        6 Kinkiang road, Shanghai, China; A.B.-LL.B. 1916; William Jewel col.; Univ. of Calif.; b. Chapel Hill, Oct. 3, 1892; p. Rev. Robert Thomas and Lula E. (Freeland); Baptist.

BRYAN, SHEPARD Lawyer

        893 Peachtree st., Atlanta, Ga.; A.B. 1891; s. l. 1891-93; b. New Bern, Dec. 8, 1871; p. Judge Henry R. and Mary (Norcott); m. Florence Jackson, Jan. 14, 1909; Phi Soc.; Alpha Tau Omega; judge of sup'r ct., Atlanta, 1922; mem. Am. bar assn.; pres. Atlanta safety council; vice-pres. Ga. bar assn.; pres. Atlanta bar assn.; lieut.-col. staff of gov. of Ga.; Episcopalian.

†BRYAN STEPHEN CARSON Policeman

        209 7th st., N. E., Washington, D. C.; s. 1900-01; b. Madison, June 3, 1867.

BRYAN, SWANNIE DUKE

        Raleigh; s. 1919-21; b. Dec. 20, 1898.

BRYAN, THOMAS RANDALL, JR.

        Brooklet, Ga.; s. 1919-21; Emory univ.; b. Bayboro, S. C., May 31, 1900; p. Thomas R. and Alice Eleneda (Stone); Delta Psi Delta; Delta Tau Delta; naval stores business, 1922; Pythian; Mason; Methodist.

BRYAN, WILLIAM CARROLL

        Newton Grove; s. 1919-21; b. Newton Grove, Dec. 6, 1896; p. James Williams and Irene (Carroll); teacher; farmer; state highway comm.; A. E. F. 1918; Baptist.

BRYAN, WILLIAM FRANK Teacher

        1907 Orrington ave., Evanston, Ill.; Ph. B. 1900; M.A. 1908; Ph.D. Univ. of Chicago, 1913; b. Goldsboro, July 3, 1879; p. John William and Bela (Stevenson); m. Julia Adams, Sept. 12, 1910; graduate summa cum laude; editor-in-chief Tar Heel; Alpha Theta Phi; Zeta Psi; Gimghoul; pres. freshman and senior classes; instr. Bingham sch. 1900-07; instr. U. N. C. 1907-08; Northwestern univ. 1910-; prof. of eng. 1921; author, numerous articles for philological journals, Manual for Theme Revision, The English Familiar Essay; Episcopalian.

*BRYAN, WILLIAM SHEPARD

        From Raleigh; Baltimore, Md.; b. New Bern, Nov. 20, 1827; d. Dec. 6, 1906; A.B. 1846; A.M. 1850; lawyer; asso. judge, ct. of appeals, Md., 1883-98; judge supr. ct. Md.

BRYANT, MISS CARRIE VIRGINIA

        (See Maynard, Mrs. Worth Jackson).

BRYANT, DIXIE LEE

        Nahant, Mass.; 4035 Kedvale ave., Chicago, Ill.; g. s. 1897-98; B.S. Mass. Inst. of Tech., 1891.

BRYANT, EUGENIA

        County Court House, Cincinnati, Ohio; s. 1921; b. Oct. 23, 1885.

BRYANT, EDWIN WALL

        Laurinburg; A.B. 1910.

BRYANT, HENRY EDWARD COWAN Journalist

        3611 Wisconsin ave., Washington, D. C.; B.S. 1895; A. & M. Raleigh; b. Mecklenberg co., Jan. 3, 1873; p. Henry and Julia (Parks); m. Eva G. Sumner, Feb. 1, 1900; author, Tar Heel Tales; gridiron club, Washington, D. C.; Presbyterian.

BRYANT, LEO HEARTT Bookkeeper

        Durham; A.B. 1920; b. Durham, Jan. 6, 1900; p. Victor S. and Matilda (Heartt); First Nat. bank; Guaranty Trust co.; Sou. Commercial co.; Plattsburg; S. A. T. C., U. N. C. 1918; Presbyterian.

BRYANT, PEGRUM AUDREY

        Statesville; s. 1897-1900.

BRYANT, ROBERT M. Insurance

        Box 1267, Charlotte; s. 1904-05; b. Mecklenburg co., Mar. 19, 1886; p. Henry and Julia (Parks); m. Martha D. Boiles, Jan. 29, 1907; Presbyterian.

*BRYANT, VICTOR SILAS Lawyer

        From Pineville; Durham; b. Dec. 10, 1867; d. Sept. 2, 1920; m. Matilda Dewey Heartt, Dec. 8, 1897; Ph. B. 1890; s. l. 1890-91; instr. biology, 1889-90; journalist; city atty., Durham, 1897-1901; trustee, U. N. C. 1903-20; N. C. sen. 1913-15; N. C. gen. assem. 1919; mem. N. C. bar assn; trustee, U. N. C. 1901; mem. exec. com. bd. of trustees; Presbyterian.


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BRYANT, VICTOR S. Lawyer

        E. Main st., Durham; A.B. 1918; s. l. 1919; b. Durham, Sept. 29, 1898; p. Victor S. and Matilda (Heartt); m. Elizabeth Scales, Jan. 26, 1921; Golden Fleece; Zeta Psi; house of rep. 1923; N. C. N. G. 1919-21; lieut. 1922-; S. A. T. C.; Presbyterian.

BRYANT, MRS. VICTOR S., JR.

        (Nee Scales, Elizabeth Walker); Franklin Court apts., Durham; s. 1917; b. Jan. 13, 1897; p. A. M. Scales and -- --.

BRYSON, DANIEL RICE Physician

        Bryson City; Ph.B. 1896; s. m. 1896-98; Emory and Henry 1890-92; M.D. Univ. of Md.; b. Bryson City, Dec. 26, 1875; p. Col. Thaddeus D. and Mary (Greenlee); m. Anne Dunbar, Oct. 29, 1902; mayor, Bryson City; Presbyterian.

BRYSON, HERMAN JENNINGS Student

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1923; b. Canton, Sept. 6, 1897; p. B. C. and L. L. (Wall); baseball; Kappi Pi; pvt. U. S. A., Fort Benjamin Harrison, 1918; Baptist.

BUCHAN, E. R.

        Sanford; A.B. 1911; b. Manly, Sept. 13, 1885; p. J. E. and Belle (Robertson); m. Mildred Williams; Mason; Presbyterian.

*BUCHANAN, A. H.

        Anson co.; s. 1840-41.

BUCHANAN, CORSEY CAUDLE Lawyer

        Sylva; s. 1902-05; b. Webster, Sept. 21, 1882; p. Wm. Osborne and Cordelia (Allen); m. Lillian Barker, May 10, 1920; bookkeeper, Harris-Rees Tanning co., Sylva, 1906-10; supervisor of census 10th N. C. cong. dist., 1920; solic. Jackson co. recorder's ct. 1921; pres. elector 10th N. C. cong. dist. 1924; mayor Sylva, 1913; Mason; Elk; Oddfellow; Baptist.

BUCHANAN, CAREY P.

        1107 10th st., N. W., Washington, D. C.; s. l. 1912; employee bureau of war risk insurance.

†BUCHANAN, FREDERICK LEE Teacher

        Morganton; s. 1904; b. July 14, 1880.

BUCHANAN, GEORGE GILMER

        R. F. D. 2, Greensboro; s. 1922; b. July 30, 1902.

BUCHANAN, GEORGE HAMPTON, JR. Clerk

        6 Algonquin lane, Webster Groves, Mo.; s. 1922-23; b. Cincinnati, O., May 28, 1904; p. George Hampton and Gertrude E. (Betz); Presbyterian.

BUCHANAN, GRANT MCDONALD

        Concord; s. 1909; b. Apr., 1893.

BUCHANAN, HARRY EUGENE Lumber Dealer

        Sylva; s. 1914-15; b. Sylva, Sept. 3, 1898; p. Marcellus and Laura Belle (Leatherwood); m. June 19, 1924; cashier and asst. freight agt. Sou. ry., Sylva, 1916-17; bookkeeper Sylva Tanning co., 1917-19; office mgr. Wholesale Lumber Dealers, 1919-21; gen. mgr. M. Buchanan and Sons, 1921-; sec. and mgr. Carolina Pole co., Jan. 1924; Methodist.

BUCHANAN, HENRY FRANK

        Charlotte; s. l. 1913; b. Oct. 22, 1894; p. W. F. and -- --.

*BUCHANAN, JOHN BLUE

        Richmond co.; b. Oct. 10, 1834; d. 1879; A.B. 1858.

BUCHANAN, MARCELLUS, JR. Garage Operator

        Sylva; s. 1912-13; b. Sylva; p. Marcellus and Laura (Bell); m. Susan Rebecca Cathey; sergt. 105th reg. eng. 105th field signal battalion A. E. F., 1917-19; Methodist.

*BUCHANAN, PLEASANT

        Alabama; d. 1846; s. 1831-32.

BUCHANAN, SIDNEY ELI Physician

        202 S. Union, Concord; s. m. 1908-10; Trinity col. 1906-08; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1912; b. Mt. Pleasant, June 30, 1890; p. Moses L. and Cora M. (Misenheimer); m. Lula Cooke, Aug. 9, 1920; Kappa Psi; interne hosp. 2 yrs.; physician 1914-16; ibid. 1919-; health officer Cabarrus co. 1919-; capt. med corps 1st N. C. inf., 11th U. S. cavalry, 30th div., 2nd and 4th British armies, 3rd div., Am. army of occupation, 1916-19; Mason; Knight Templar; Methodist.

BUCHANAN, THOMAS RYLAND

        Staunton, Va.; s. 1920; b. Oct. 3, 1896.

*BUCHANAN, WILLIAM Lawyer

        From Laurinburg; Lebanon, Tenn.; Brandon, Miss.; b. Richmond co., Aug. 26, 1841; d. Apr. 1923; s. 1866-68; co. supt. educ. 1878-82; mem. Miss. house of rep. 1882; state sen. 1886 and '88; sergt., 18th N. C. inf., C. S. A.

*BUCK, DEWITT CLINTON

        Lexington, Miss.; killed in battle ner Vicksburg, 1862; A.B. 1861; C. S. A.

†BUCK, JAMES HYMAN

        Ayden; s. l. 1907.

BUCKALEW, VARDAMAN MOORE Accountant

        Roanoke, Ala.; B. S. 1923; Howard col. 1919-21; b. LaFayette, Ala., Oct. 21, 1902; p. Marion Roby and Julia Anne (Moore); Rosson and Smith, Mobile, Ala., 1923-; Baptist.

*BUCKLEY, MELVILLE L.

        Weirsdale, Fla.; d. 1910; s. 1909.

BUCKNER, JAMES MARION Physician

        Swannannoa; M.D. 1908; b. Marshall; p. Robert Dallas and Harriet A. (Carter); m. June 30, 1922; Baptist.


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BUECK, HIERONYMUS

        East Spencer; pres. Selma; s. 1912; s. l. 1919; b. Feb. 8, 1900; p. H. C. and -- --.

BUFFALOE, JOHN MARK Store Manager

        Fremont; s. p. 1916-17; b. Raleigh, June 14, 1897.

BUICE, SAMUEL D. Salesman

        Chapel Hill; s. 1919-20; b. Chapel Hill, Apr. 10, 1900; p. G. Y. C. and Ida (Phillips); m. Elizabeth Webb.

BUIE, DANIEL MARCUS

        Clarkton; s. 1892-95; merchant; farmer.

BUIE, DOUGAL MCREE Lawyer

        Eustis, Fla.; s. l. 1909-10; Davidson col. 1906-09; LL.B. Univ. of Fla. 1912; b. Red Springs, June 27, 1888; p. Malcom Archibald and Margaret Annie (Roberts); m. Elizabeth Frank Kennard, Dec. 2, 1914; baseball; Pi Kappa Alpha; lawyer, Gainesville, Fla., 1912-23; ibid. Bishop & Buie, Eustis, Fla., 1923-; municipal judge, Gainesville, Fla., 3 terms; Elk; Pythian; Presbyterian.

*BUIE, DODDRIDGE WHITFIELD Journalist

        From Robeson co.; Red Bank; b. Aug. 29, 1858; d. Sept. 1, 1884; s. 1881-82; Presbyterian.

*BUIE, MALCOLM

        Moore co.; s. 1809.

BUIE, NEILL

        Moore co.; s. 1809.

BUIE, WILLIAM DOUGLAS Lawyer

        Jackson st., Nashville, Ga.; A.B. 1892; s. l. 1895; b. Clarkton, Dec. 1, 1867; p. M. W. and Mary (Campbell); m. S. Anna Mathews, Jan. 11, 1899; solicitor Nashville city ct. 4 yrs.; judge ibid. 4 yrs.; mayor protem ibid; Berrien co., Ga., atty. 18 yrs.; Mason; Presbyterian.

BULLARD, EDMOND RUDOLPH Salesman

        509 E. Boulevard, Charlotte; s. 1922; b. Poulan, Ga., Mar. 14, 1899; p. Edmond and Mary Ione (Girdner); Presbyterian.

*BULLOCK, ALFRED Planter

        Williamsboro; b. Dec. 23, 1839; d. 1861; s. 1858-59.

BULLOCK, AUGUSTUS RUFUS Teacher

        Stovall; A.B. 1921; b. Stem Granville co., Aug. 23, 1897; p. Simeon Franklin and Effie Cora (Peed); Phi Soc.; asst. prin. Stovall H. S. 1921-22; prin. 1922-; Baptist.

BULLOCK, ALFRED THOMAS

        1007 First ave., Durham; s. 1922; b. Feb. 2, 1902.

*BULLOCK, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Lawyer

        From Granville co., Franklinton; b. Oct. 8, 1841; d. 1916; m. Henrietta E. Fleming, May 10, 1864; s. l. 1868; farmer; mayor, Franklinton, 3 terms; county commr., 1871-75; mem. gen'l assem., 1883-85; U. S. commr., 1877-82 and 1890-1901; reg. deeds, 1886-88.

BULLOCK, DUNCAN DOUGLAS Naval Officer

        Rowland; s. 1913-17; M.D. Medical col. of S. C., 1920; b. Rowland, Dec. 29, 1893; p. William Franklin and Sarah Catharine (Lee); m. Flora McLeod, June 11, 1919; S. A. T. C.; Presbyterian.

*BULLOCK, DAVID WILLIAM Planter

        Edgecombe co.; b. Aug. 26, 1819; d. Apr. 25, 1896; s. 1838-39.

*BULLOCK, ERASMUS D.

        Granville co.; s. 1828-29.

*BULLOCK, FRANK JARVIS

        Autryville; s. m. 1906.

*BULLOCK, GEORGE BURNS Planter

        Warren co.; b. Aug. 7, 1839; d. 1864; A.B. 1861; capt., 23rd N. C., C. S. A.

BULLOCK, HENRY HARRISON Teacher

        Dover; s. 1918-22; b. Simms, Oct. 7, 1899; p. Monroe and Martha (Anderson); track; Kappi Pi; German club; asst. in geology; Elisha Mitchell soc.; S. A. T. C.; R. O. T. C., Camp Knox, Ky.; Presbyterian.

BULLOCK, JULIAN E.

        Conetoe; s. 1922; b. Jan. 29, 1904.

*BULLOCK, JOHN HENRY M. Lawyer

        From Person co.; Hillsboro, Tex.; b. about 1830; d. about 1884; A.B. 1854; capt., C. S. A.

*BULLOCK, JAMES MADISON Planter

        Granville co.; b. Oct. 14, 1815; d. 1864; s. 1831-32; mem. house of commons, 1844-46, 1854-60.

*BULLOCK, JAMES MADISON Lawyer

        From Greene co., Ala.; Eutaw, Ala.; b. 1835; d. 1888; A.B. 1853; planter; mem. Ala gen. assem.; maj., C. S. A.

*BULLOCK, LEONARD H.

        Warrenton; s. 1821.

*BULLOCK, RICHARD Merchant

        From Granville co.; Austin, Tex.; b. Oct. 22, 1801; d. about 1845; s. 1821; hotel proprietor.

BULLOCK, RICHARD AUSTIN Magistrate

        Henderson, R.F.D., No. 3; A.B. 1860; b. Williamsboro, Sept. 20, 1841; p. John and Susan M. (Cobb); m. Belle B. Bullock, May 29, 1867; Theta Delta Chi; farmer; bookkeeper; teacher; register of deeds; J. P.; C. S. A. 1861-65; Presbyterian.

*BULLOCK, RICHARD H.

        Warren co.; A.B. 1824.

*BULLOCK, WALTER A.

        Grenada, Miss.; s. 1839-40.


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*BULLOCK, WILLIAM COBB Planter

        From Granville co.; Stovall, N. C.; b. Williamsboro, May 3, 1827; d. Mar. 23, 1873; s. 1847-48.

BULLOCK, WILLIAM COBB Merchant

        Roxboro; s. 1907-08; p. John and Panthea; m. Nannie Cabell Moore, June 12, 1912; dealer in builders' supplies.

*BULLOCK, WILLIAM HENRY Planter

        From Granville co.; Mobile, Ala.; b. Mar. 17, 1797; d. 1869; s. 1812.

BULLOCK, W. P.

        316 Nevada Bank bldg.; San Francisco, Cal.

*BULLOCK, DAVID ARCHELAS Druggist

        From Wilmington; Sumter, S. C.; b. July 23, 1881; d. Sept. 23, 1913; s. p. 1900-02; Methodist.

BULLOCK, J. DANIEL

        Rocky Mount; s. 1918-19.

BULLOCK, JESSE DAVIS Market Proprietor

        Box 386, Rocky Mount; s. 1911-12; b. Bethel, Sept. 1, 1893; p. Dr. Jeff D. and Florence Emma (Carson); m. Ruth Louise Baars, June 26, 1922; seaman-ensign U. S. N. 1917-19; Methodist.

BULLOCK, ZEBULON BENJAMIN Merchant

        727 Tarboro st., Rocky Mt.; s. p. 1904-06; b. Edgecombe co., Apr. 9, 1885; p. William Orren and Bettie (Madry); m. Foy Mae Williams, Dec. 27, 1906; wholesale and retail meat dealer; mem. firm Bulluck Furniture co.; established Bulluck Auto Sales co.; Kiwanian; Mason; Pythian; Baptist.

BULWINKLE, ALFRED LEE Lawyer

        Gastonia; s. l. 1903-04; b. Charleston, S. C.; Apr. 21, 1883; p. Herman and Frances (McKean); m. Bessie Lewis, Oct. 17, 1911; congressman 67th and 68th congresses; city prosecuting atty., Gastonia; capt. N. C. N. G., 1909-17; maj. A. E. F., 1917-19; Lutheran.

BUMGARNER, ELVIN LOY

        Hickory; s. 1916; b. Nov. 13, 1894; p. R. M. and -- --.

*BUNCH, JOSEPH M.

        Rutledge, Tenn.; s. 1840-43.

†BUNCH, MELVIN HARRY

        310 E. Second st., Tuscumbia, Ala.; s. 1919-20; b. Dec. 7, 1897.

BUNKER, ALBERT LEMUEL Farmer

        Mt. Airy; s. 1878-80; b. Mt. Airy; Apr. 22, 1857; p. Chang and Adelaide (Yates); m. Nina Leona Angel, Aug. 11, 1921; Baptist.

BUNN, BENJAMIN HICKMOND, JR.

        Rocky Mount; s. m. 1906; lieut. 371st inf., A. E. F.; awarded the Croix de Guerre for bravery in action.

*BUNN, ELIAS

        Nash co.; b. Oct. 11, 1841; killed in battle; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; lieut., C. S. A.; adjutant 12th regiment.

BUNN, JAMES PHILLIPS Lawyer

        426 Falls road, Rocky Mt.; B. S. 1899; s. l. 1901; b. Rocky Mt., Apr. 13, 1877; p. B. H. and Harriet Amanda (Phillips); m. Ella Lee, July 26, 1906; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Episcopalian.

*BUNN, WILLIAM B.

        Nash co.; s. 1836-37.

*BUNN, WILLIAM HENRY Lawyer

        Nash co.; killed in battle; A.B. 1854; capt., C. S. A.

BUNTING, JOHN BURTON

        Bethel; s. 1917; b. Oct. 3, 1898.

*BUNTING, THOMAS Physician

        Sampson co.; d. Apr. 19, 1871; s. 1822; state sen. 1836-38, 1850-52.

*BUNTING, THOMAS OWEN Merchant

        From Clinton; Wilmington; b. Sampson co., July 8, 1845; d. June 20, 1913; s. 1861-62; A.B. 1911 as of 1865; Co. "C," 63rd N. C. S. troops (5th Car), C. S. A.

*BUNTING, WILLIAM MCDUFFIE

        Wilmington; b. Fayetteville, Aug. 28, 1900; d. Oct. 8, 1918; S. P. M., 1918; S. A. T. C.; Episcopalian.

*BURCH, BAXTER ARNOLD

        Roxboro; s. 1908-09.

BURCH, C. H.

        Durham; s. 1888-90.

*BURCH, PHILIP

        Kingsdale; d. Mar. 1913; s. 1909-12.

*BURCH, WILLIAM W.

        Surry co.; s. 1831-32.

BURDEAUX, HARRY FULTON

        Care V. S. J. P. Frat House, West Monroe, La.; s. 1922; b. Dec. 14, 1904.

BURDEN, HENRY VERNON

        Windsor; s. 1913; b. Jan. 4, 1896.

*BURDICK, EDMUND JUSTIN

        Asheville; b. Aug. 28, 1898; d. May 6, 1918; s. 1915-18.

*BURGESS, ABRIDGETON S. H. Physician

        Jerusalem, Va.; s. 1805-09.

BURGESS, CALEB KIGHT Lawyer

        Raleigh, A.B. 1912; b. Old Trap, July 15, 1891; p. Robert T. and Margaret Ann (Kight); m. Edith Mae Lee, Jan. 18, 1922; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Soc.; teaching till 1914; first state chmn. Am. Legion; dept. adjt. for Am. Legion 2½ yrs.; natl. ex. com. for N. C. 1 yr.; first pres. Raleigh Lions club; pvt. and later 1st lieut. 113th F. A. 30th div.; A. E. F. 1918-19; Methodist Episcopal (South).


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BURGESS, JAMES LAFAYETTE Botanist

        Pleasant Garden; B.S. 1902; b. Liberty, Sept. 2, 1873; p. William H. and Synthia Lodusky (Bowman); m. Mary Louella King, Jan. 27, 1904; U. S. soil survey 1902-09; in charge plant breeding N. C. experiment station 1909-15; N. C. state botanist 1915-; lecturer on soils, plant varieties, etc.; Methodist.

BURGESS, RUBEN VICTOR Merchant

        Rich Square; s. 1920; b. Rich Square, Sept. 11, 1901; p. J. J. and Ozella -- --; Kappa Sigma; Methodist.

*BURGESS, THOMAS Lawyer

        Halifax co.; s. 1802; mem. house of rep. 1819, '21 and '22; state sen., 1823.

BURGESS, THOMAS ALSTON

        Rocky Mount; s. 1916; b. Jan. 22, 1895; p. J. L. and -- --.

BURGESS, THOMAS ROY

        Elkin; s. 1921; b. Feb. 6, 1903.

BURGESS, WILLIAM GRADY Petroleum Business

        Shelby; s. 1914-17; b. Toccoa, Ga., Jan. 15, 1892; p. Samuel L. and Mary R. (Reid); in charge of transportation dept. Compana de Petroleo "El Aguila" S. A. Tampico, Mex., 1920-; lieut. F. A. 1917; capt. A. E. F. 1918-19; Baptist.

BURGIN, ROBERT HARRIS

        Lincolnton; s. 1907.

BURGIN, ROBERT JASON

        Marion; s. 1918-19.

BURGIN, WILLIAM OLIN Lawyer

        Lexington; s. l. 1912-13; m. Edith Greer; served as mayor Thomasville; Davidson co. atty., 2 yrs.

BURGISS, HAROLD DEAN

        Box 1220, Greenville, S. C.; s. 1916-18; b. Greer, S. C., May 4, 1898; p. William Wesley and Etta (Bailey); employee Victor Monoghan co., Greenville, S. C.

BURGISS, THOMAS ROY Druggist

        Elkin; s. p. 1921-22; b. Jennings, Feb. 6, 1904; p. Thomas Edward and Ella Virginia (Parks); Baptist.

*BURGWYN, GEORGE POLLOCK

        Jackson; b. May 19, 1847; d. Jan. 5, 1907; m. Emma Wright Redley, May 27, 1869; s. 1863-64; A.B. 1911 as 1867.

BURGWYN, GEORGE POLLOCK, JR. Farmer

        Jackson; s. 1896; b. Northampton co., July 10, 1878; p. George and Emma Wright (Ridley); m. Emily Bartlett Roper, Feb. 10, 1904; Zeta Psi; Pi Sigma; Mason; Episcopalian.

*BURGWYN, HILL Lawyer

        From Wilmington; Pittsburgh, Pa.; b. 1825; d. Aug. 13, 1898; s. 1840-41.

*BURGWYN, HENRY KING

        Northampton co.; b. Oct. 3, 1841; killed at Gettysburg, July 1, 1863; s. 1857-59; A.B., V. M. I. 1861; col., C. S. A. 26th N. C. reg.

*BURGWYN, HAZELL WITHERSPOON Physician

        Hillsboro; d. Oct. 10, 1893; A.B. 1838; planter; maj., C. S. A.

*BURGWYN, JOHN COLLINSON Planter

        New Bern; b. 1782; d. 1845; s. 1834-35.

BURGWIN, KENNETH OGDEN Lawyer

        1402 Chestnut st., Wilmington; s. 1907-12; b. Tarboro, Mar. 23, 1890; p. Hill and Susan (Nash); m. Marie Faison, Nov. 8, 1921; Alpha Tau Omega; state sen. 1921; atty. city of Wilmington, 1922; Episcopalian.

*BURGWYN, THOMAS POLLOCK Planter

        Craven co.; s. 1830-34.

*BURGWYN, WILLIAM HYSLOP SUMNER Lawyer

        From Northampton co.; Weldon; b. Jamaica Plains, Boston, Mass., July 23, 1845; d. Jan. 3, 1913; A.B. 1868; A.M. 1875; LL.B. Harvard, 1869; M.D. Wash. Med. univ. 1875, Balto.; banker; author Medical Digest; capt., C. S. A.; col. 5th reg. med. surg., 1880; col. 2nd N. C. vol., Sp.-Am. war, 1898; trustee, U. N. C., 1883.

BURGWYN, WILLIAM HYSLOP SUMNER Lawyer

        Woodland; s. l. 1906-08; Georgetown univ. 1904-05; b. Jackson, Jan. 22, 1886; p. George Pollock and Emma Wright (Ridley); m. Josephine Griffin, Jan. 2, 1911; Phi Soc.; Alpha Tau Omega; mayor Jackson 1909-11; N. C. senate 1917-19, 1921-23; N. C. house of rep. 1923; atty. Northampton co.; trustee U. N. C. 1913-; Shriner; Episcopalian.

*BURKE, JAMES M.

        Canton Bend, Ala.; d. 1841; s. 1836-39.

BURKE, JAMES PRESTON Minister

        Valle Crucis; s. 1910-12; Western Theo. sem. 1918; U. of C.; b. Lincoln co., Aug. 11, 1891; p. John Locke and Elizabeth Jane; m. Mary Elizabeth Graves, Nov. 25, 1922; prin. Leaksville-Spray H. S. 1918-19; rector St. Thomas ch. Reidsville, 1919-23; rector Valle Crucis sch. and priest-in-charge Episcopal church work Watauga co., 1923-; Episcopalian.

*BURKE, MAGGIE CLEMENT Teacher

        Mocksville; b. Feb. 17, 1873; d. Salisbury, Aug., 1904; s. 1899-1900; Meth. Female col., San Antonio., Tex.

*BURKE, THOMAS JEFFERSON Planter

        Barbour co., Ala.; b. Dec. 28, 1842; killed in the Seven Days' Battle, 1862; s. 1858-60; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; C. S. A.


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BURLESON, MILTON ENGLISH

        Erwin, Tenn.; B. S. 1923; b. Plumtree, July 1; p. R. M. and -- --; Di Soc.; R. O. T. C. at U. N. C.; Presbyterian.

BURLESON, WILLIAM BROWN Physician

        Plumtree; s. 1909-12; King col. 1901-02; New York Post Grad. School of Med. 1919; Tulane 1922, '24; M.D. Univ. of Maryland; b. Plumtree, June 1, 1882; p. Charles Wesley and Ollie (English); examining surg. U. S. pension bd. 1917-; Presbyterian.

BURNETT, CHARLES EARL

        Box 2188, Atlanta, Ga.; s. 1913; b. Sept. 8, 1895.

BURNETT, CLAUDIUS THADIOUS

        Ninety-Six, S. C.; s. l. 1914; b. May 26, 1896; p. A. A. and -- --.

†BURNET, JAMES ALEXANDER

        Asheville; s. l. 1913; b. Sept. 13, 1887; p. J. M. and -- --.

BURNETT, JOSEPH HALSEY Realtor

        Rocky Mount; pres. Milano, Tex.; s. 1883-84; m. Annie May Coffield, Dec. 28, 1898; m. Margaret Louise Williams, June, 26, 1907.

BURNETT, ROBERT S.

        Wilmington; s. 1913-14; p. C. S. and --.

BURNETT, THOMAS LEWIS Auditor

        2018 Forbes st., Jacksonville, Fla.; s. 1915-17; b. Nelson co., Ky., Jan. 31, 1896; p. Thomas W. and Lena (Beard); m. Mary F. Mitchell, Oct. 4, 1919; Phi Delta Theta; ambulance serv. French army world war 1917-18; Methodist.

*BURNEY, JOHN RICHARD

        Warren co.; A.B. 1856.

BURNEY, PHILO HENDERSON

        Waco, Texas.; s. 1880-81; Davidson.

*BURNEY, ROBERT SPAIGHT

        New Bern; b. 1818; d. 1866; s. 1838-39.

†BURNS, CLAUDE GRINDELL

        Onslow; s. 1901-02.

BURNS, CLARENCE MAY

        Wadesboro; s. 1897-99.

BURNS, HOWARD FRANKLIN Secretary Elec. Co.

        Carthage; pres. Box 147, Raleigh; s. 1920-21; b. Carthage, July 30, 1899; p. Robert L. and Emma Lee (Muse); m. Helen Ruggles, Sept. 29, 1923; sec. Walker Elec. co.; Methodist.

BURNS, ROBERT LEE Lawyer

        Carthage; s. l. 1893-4; A.B. Wake Forest col., 1891; b. Moore co., Jan. 29, 1867;

†BURNS, ROY PRITCHARD

        Allen's Creek, Tenn.; B.S. 1907; b. June 14, 1888.

        p. J. F. and Ann R. (Brown); m. Emma Lee Muse, Apr. 22, 1896; N. C. sen. 1919; Mason; Methodist.

*BURROUGHS, AUGUSTUS

        Williamston; b. Feb. 19, 1876; d. Oct. 21, 1890; s. l. 1889-90.

BURROUGHS, GEORGE DOWELL

        Everetts; s. 1910; b. Aug. 29, 1891; p. John B. and -- --.

BURROUGHS, JOHN WILLIAM Realtor

        Durham; s. 1888-89; b. Raleigh, Nov. 26, 1868; p. W. H. and Connetia (Lewis); m. Mattie Clark, Oct. 13, 1916; Episcopalian.

*BURRUS, MALLORY VINTON Physician

        From Rockford; North Wilkesboro; b. Sept. 10, 1879; s. 1900-01; M.D. Grant univ., 1903.

BURRUS, THOMAS PRESTON

        354 Ocean ave., Brooklyn, N. Y.; s. 1911; b. Dec. 27, 1892; p. T. S. and -- --.

†BURRUS, WILLIAM ZACHARIAH

        Hatteras; s. m. 1893-94.

BURT, ARTHUR WILLIAM Bank Clerk

        Biscoe; s. 1921-22; b. Biscoe, Nov. 17, 1903; p. Arthur W. and Beulah (Harrington); Methodist.

BURT, CHARLES W. Merchant

        Raleigh; s. 1876-77.

*BURTON, AUGUSTUS H. Lawyer

        Lincolnton; s. 1848-49.

*BURTON, ANDREW JOYNER Lawyer

        From Weldon; Reidsville; b. Raleigh, Jan. 8, 1848; s. 1863-66; mem. house of rep. 1884-86; state sen. 1903-05; lieut., C. S. A.; editor, Raleigh Daily News; ibid., Roanoke News.

*BURTON, ALFRED M.

        Granville co.; s. 1802.

BURTON, CHESTER WINTHROP Electrical Engineer

        Care Southeastern Express co., Greensboro; pres. care M. W. P. P. S. co., Fairmont, W. Va.; E. E. 1920; b. New York, N. Y., Apr. 21, 1898; p. Chester O. and Mabel E. (Burton); m. Wanda Marshburn, Dec. 28, 1921; employee Sou. Pub. Utilities co., Winston-Salem, 1920-23; ibid. M. W. P. P. S. co., Fairmont, W. Va., 1923-; S. A. T. C., Plattsburg and U. N. C., 1918; Unitarian.

BURTON, D. R. Farmer

        Mebane; s. 1901-03.

*BURTON, FRANCES NASH WILLIAMS Lawyer

        From Granville co.; Lincolnton; A.B. 1799; A.M. 1802.


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*BURTON, HUTCHINS

        Granville co.; s. 1797.

*BURTON, HORACE A.

        Granville co.; s. 1809.

*BURTON, HUTCHINS G.

        Halifax co.; d. Iredell co., Apr. 21, 1836; s. 1795; mem. house of rep. 1809-10, and 1817; atty. gen'l 1810-16; mem. congr., 1819-24; governor N. C., 1824-27.

*BURTON, HUTCHINS GOODLOE

        Bel Green, Ala; b. 1831; d. Chattanooga, Tenn., June 22, 1862; s. 1848-51; C. S. A.

*BURTON, HENRY L. Physician

        From Tennessee; La Grange; d. 1873; s. 1854-56.

*BURTON, HARDY MURFREE

        Murfreesboro, Tenn.; s. 1833-35.

*BURTON, HENRY W.

        From Lincoln co.; Lincolnton; s. 1837-39.

*BURTON, JOHN F.

        Lincoln co.; s. 1830-31.

BURTON, JOHN HENRY

        Main st.; Reidsville; s. 1920-21; b. Oct. 7, 1902.

*BURTON, JOHN M.

        Granville co.; s. 1813.

*BURTON, JOHN W.

        Halifax co.; b. 1826; d. 1845; s. 1844-45.

*BURTON, JOHN WILLIAMS

        Granville co.; d. June, 1848; s. 1813.

*BURTON, PETER GARLAND

        Boydton, Va.; A.B. 1845.

*BURTON, ROBERT

        Granville co.; s. 1797.

*BURTON, ROBERT

        Lincoln co.; A.B. 1841.

*BURTON, ROBERT A.

        Halifax co.; s. 1832-33.

BURTON, RICHARD HERMAN News Stand Operator

        Roxboro; s. 1920-21; p. Reuben A. and --.

*BURTON, ROBERT H. Lawyer

        From Granville co.; Lincoln co.; b. 1781; d. 1842; s. 1796; judge supr. ct., 1818; state treas., 1839.

*BURTON, ROBERT M.

        Chapel Hill; s. 1817.

BURTON, ROBERT OSWALD

        Nashville; s. 1918; b. Mar. 7; p. Edward Alston and Alice -- --.

*BURTON, THOMAS BURKE

        Halifax co.; A.B. 1852; C. S. A.

*BURTON, WILLIAM B.

        Lincoln co.; s. 1837-39.

BURWELL, ARMISTEAD, JR. Automobile Dealer

        Burwell-Harris Motor co.; Charlotte; s. 1895-96; m. Helen Rhyne; pres.-treas. Burwell-Harris Motor co.

*BURWELL, BLAIR Merchant and Surveyor

        From Louisburg; Colorado; s. 1865-67.

BURWELL, EDMUND STRUDWICK Physician

        407 Cresent ave., Charlotte; pres. Lakeville State Sanatorium, Middleboro, Mass.; Ph.B. 1906; s. m. Harvard, 1907; b. Jan. 2, 1886.

BURWELL, HENRY JORDAN

        Enfield; s. 1880-83.

BURWELL, ROBERT TURNBULL Engineer

        7911 Elm st., New Orleans, La.; Ph.B. 1887; M.E. Cornell, 1891; b. Charlotte. Apr. 15, 1867; prof. engr. Audubon Sugar sch; chief inspector, Boiler Inspection and Insurance co.; mgr. New Orleans dept., Hartford Steam Boiler and Inspection co.

*BURWELL, WILLIAM ARMISTEAD Manufacturer

        From Manson; Warrenton; b. Apr. 12, 1863; d. Oct. 30, 1912; m. Olivia Burton, Dec. 15, 1886; s. 1880-83; teacher, 1883-84; farmer, 1884-87; leaf tob. 1887-1904; mayor, Warrenton, 1899; furn. mfg. co., 1904-12; Methodist.

BURWELL, WILLIAM ARMISTEAD, JR. Salesman

        Warrenton; pres. care Ricks hotel, Rocky Mt.; s. 1909-11; b. Warrenton, June 14, 1891; p. William Armistead and Olivia Elizabeth (Burton); Beta Theta Pi; retail drug bus. Warrenton, 1912-19; with W. H. King Drug co., Raleigh, 1921-22; traveling salesman Eli Lilly & co., Indianapolis, 1922-; A. E. F., 1918-19; Methodist Episcopal.

*BURWELL, WILLIAM HENRY Teacher

        From Warren co.; Townsville, d. Sept. 15, 1917; A.B. 1856; C. S. A.

*BURY, S. WALLACE Planter

        Florence, Ga.; s. 1860-61; C. S. A.

BUSBEE, CHRISTIANA Teacher

        1818 W. Park drive, Raleigh; pres. 441 W. 28th st., New York, N. Y.; A.B. 1902; g. s. St. Mary's; A.B. Cornell, 1905, A.M., 1907; b. Apr. 21, 1883; Phi Beta Kappa; teacher of mathematics Jamaica H. S., New York, N. Y., 1910-.

*BUSBEE, CHARLES MANLY Lawyer

        Raleigh; b. Oct. 23, 1845; d. Aug. 7, 1909; m. Lydia Lamb Littlejohn, Oxford,


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1868; m. Florence Cooper, Louisville, Ky., 1901; Phi Kappa Psi; s. 1865-68; Hampden-Sydney; planter; state sen. 1874-75; mem. house of rep., 1885-86; postmaster, Raleigh, 1894-98; pres. N. C. bar assn.; sergt. maj., 5th N. C., C. S. A.; Odd Fellow, Grand Sire.

*BUSBEE, FABIUS HAYWOOD Lawyer

        Raleigh; b. Mar. 4, 1848; d. Aug. 27, 1908; A.B. 1868; A.M. 1879; A.M. Trinity, Hartford, Conn., 1871; A.M. Princeton, 1871; pres. elector, 1876 and 1880; U. S. dist. atty., 1885-89; author Criminal Digest; Grand Master of Masons; 2nd lieut., Co. E. 2nd reg., third Jr. reserves; trustee. U. N. C., 1873-1908; mem. exec. com. bd. of trustees.

*BUSBEE, PERRIN Lawyer

        Wake co.; b. Oct. 22, 1816; d. 1853; A.B. 1837; reporter, supr. ct.

BUSBEE, PERRIN Lawyer

        17 South East st., Raleigh; Ph.B. 1893; s. l. 1894; b. Raleigh, Feb. 10, 1872; p. Charles Manly and Lydia Lamb (Littlejohn); Zeta Psi; Gimghoul; Phi Soc.; baseball 1889; track 1890; ball mgr. 1890; captain and coach baseball 1891; ibid. 1893; teacher Raleigh Male acad. 1891-92; special correspondent Raleigh News and Observer 1895-1903; co-author of Odd Fellow Laws and Decisions and Historical Monographs; sec. to Sen. F. M. Simmons 1901; pres. N. C. league of professional baseball clubs, 1902; trustee U. N. C. 1903-11; ibid. 1917-; U. S. referee in bankruptcy 1907-15; grand master grand lodge of N. C., Odd Fellows, 1907-08; grand scribe grand encampment of N. C., Odd Fellows, 1914-15; Episcopalian.

BUSBEE, PHILIP HALL Lawyer

        Commercial Nat. Bank bldg., Raleigh; A.B. 1901; s. l. 1901-02; b. Dec. 20, 1881.

*BUSBEE, QUENTIN DURWARD Lawyer

        Wake co.; Raleigh; b. 1825; d. 1877; s. 1840-42; reporter supr. ct.

BUSBEE, RICHARD SMITH Insurance

        204 N. Person st., Raleigh; A.B. 1898; b. Raleigh, Apr. 18, 1878; p. F. H. and Sallie Hall (Smith); m. Pearl Clarkson, Nov. 19, 1902; Zeta Psi; football; clerk sou. ry. 1898-99; insurance 1900-; Episcopalian.

BUSBEE, SIMONS CLARKSON Salesman

        N. Person st., Raleigh; s. 1921-22; W. and L. univ., 1922; b. Charlotte, Oct. 4, 1903; p. Richard Smith and Pearl Simons (Clarkson); salesman Interstate Motor Equipment co., Raleigh.

BUSBY, JOHN CARROLL Lawyer

        Salisbury; A.B. 1913; LL.B. Harvard, 1916; b. Feb. 17, 1892; sergt. world war.

*BUSH, LEWIS B.

        Wayne co.; s. 1812.

*BUSHNELL, HERBERT LEONARD

        From Lenox Castle; Reidsville; b. Apr. 21, 1882; d. July 23, 1909; s. 1902.

*BUSTIN, JAMES GRANT

        Halifax co.; b. Oct. 12, 1835; killed, Pine mt. Ga., June 14, 1864; A.B. 1859 sergt., C. S. A.

BUTLER, ALMAN BYRON Druggist

        Clinton; Ph.G. 1916; b. Sampson co., June 13, 1893; p. W. J. and Catherine (Herring); m. Mayme Stephens, May 14, 1919; world war 1918-19; Baptist.

BUTLER, ALLEN DEXTER

        Liberty; A.B. 1924; b. Goldsboro Sept. 23, 1902; p. William J. and Gussie (Rouse); Di Soc.; Methodist.

BUTLER, DANIEL CLIFTON

        Rowland; A.B. 1923 as of 1922; b. Oct. 15, 1901.

BUTLER, GEORGE EDWIN Lawyer

        Clinton; s. 1897-99; s. l. 1893; b. Salemburg, June 5, 1868; p. Wiley and Romelia (Ferrell); m. Eva B. Lee, Jan. 8, 1902; Sigm Nu; prin. Salem H. S. 1889-92; co. supt. public instr. Sampson co., 1895-96; state sen. 1897; mem. house of rep. 1905; trustee U. N. C. 1897-1901; maj. 1st N. C. reg. vol. inf. Cuba during Sp.-Am. war, 1898-99; summary court-martial officer ibid; pres. gen. court-martial 1st brigade 2nd div. 7th U. S. A. corps in Cuba; Episcopalian.

BUTLER, GEORGE NORWOOD

        Pernambuco, Brazil; s. 1905; b. Pernambuco, Brazil, Dec. 19, 1884.

BUTLER, GEORGE PHINEAS Teacher

        544 Telfair st., Augusta, Ga.; g. s. 1895-98; B.E. Univ. of Ga., 1894; b. Augusta, Ga., Jan. 30, 1875; p. George P. and Margaret Ella (Marague); m. Livy Carlton, July 26, 1905; teacher and commandant Acad. of Richmond co., Augusta, Ga., 1898-1910; prin. ibid. 1910-; Presbyterian.

BUTLER, HENRY WILEY Clerk

        Huntley; pres. 1309 "P" st., N.W., Washington, D. C.; s. 1891-94; s. l. 1896-97; b. Mar. 4, 1873; with Sou. Ry. co.

BUTLER, JOHN ERASTUS Grocer

        Clinton; s. 1890; p. John J. and Margaret Johanna (Murphy); m. Julia May Lassiter, 1900; teacher 5 yrs.; wholesale grocer.

BUTLER, LESTER FERRELL Credit Manager

        Durham; s. 1896-98; b. Sampson co., Sept. 28, 1876; p. Wiley and Romelia (Ferrell); m. Marguerite Clagett, June 10, 1903; bus. mgr. The Caucasian, Raleigh; credit mgr. Royall and Borden co., Durham; asst. p. m. Raleigh; Kiwanian; Episcopalian.


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*BUTLER, LEWIS PETER

        From Tulip, Ark.; St. Louis, Mo.; b. June 15, 1839; d. 1878; s. 1860-61; C. S. A.

BUTLER, MARION Lawyer

        Elliott; pres. Amer. Natl. Bank bldg., Washington, D. C.; A.B. 1885; s. l. 1899-1900; b. Sampson co., May 20, 1863; p. Wiley and Romelia (Ferrell); m. Florence Faison, Aug. 31, 1893; journalist; farmer; teacher 3 yrs.; N. C. sen. 1890-92; U. S. sen. 1896-1901; pres. N. C. Farmers' Alliance, 1891; Natl. Farmers' Alliance and Industrial Union, 1894; trustee and mem. exec. com. U. N. C. 1891-99; del. rep. nat. conv., 1912-16-20-24.

*BUTLER, PIERCE MASON Planter

        From Edgefield, S. C.; Bossier Parish, La.; b. July 10, 1838; d. about 1878; A.B. 1860; lieut., C. S. A.

BUTLER, ROSCOE Lawyer

        Clinton; s. 1915; LL.B. Wake Forest, 1920; b. Salemburg, Sept. 18, 1895; p. Frank Davis and Louisa (Butler); U. S. food administration in eastern Europe, 1919; pvt. A. E. F., 1917-19; Baptist.

BUTLER, SILAS WATSON

        Rowland; s. 1915; b. Jan. 7, 1893.

*BUTLER, WILLIAM EDWARD Planter

        From Jackson, Tenn.; Miflin, Tenn.; b. Oct. 1, 1840; A.B. 1861.

BUTLER, WILLIAM GILBERT

        Laurinburg; s. 1916; b. Sept. 18, 1897.

BUTT, ISRAEL HARDING Insurance

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1918; Columbia univ. 1921; b. Bonnerton, July 21, 1897; p. Joseph Leonidas and Winifred Magdalene (Smith); Phi Soc.; "NC" in gym; prin. Oxford H. S. 1918-20; supt. Jackson pub. sch. 1920-21; agt. Jefferson Standard Life Ins. co. 1921-; Episcopalian.

*BUTT, JAMES ARTHUR Teacher

        From Durham's Creek; Bath; b. Nov. 15, 1870; d. Oct. 14, 1896; s. 1893-95.

BUTT, JESSE ROBANSON

        Bonnerton; s. 1914; b. Apr. 2, 1895; p. W. M. and -- --.

BUTT, WILLIAM HAROLD

        Bonnerton; B.S. 1924; b. Bonnerton, Sept. 10, 1901; p. W. M. and Annie V. (Roberson); Episcopalian.

BUTT, WILLIAM HORACE Geologist

        Cheraw, S. C.; pres. 218 New Bern ave., Raleigh; A.B. 1920; A.M. 1921; b. Bonnerton, Dec. 4, 1899; p. Joseph Leonidas and Maggie (Smith); gym. team; Phi Soc.; asst. geologist Compania Mexicana de Petroleo El Aguila S. A., Puerto, Mexico, Vera Cruz, Mexico, 1921-23; field and office work N. C. highway comm. 1923-; S. A. T. C.; Episcopalian.

*BUTTS, JAMES ELDRIDGE

        Columbus, Ga.; killed before Petersburg, Va., Sept. 9, 1864; A.B. 1861; lieut., C. S. A.

BUTTS, WILLIS B.

        Columbus, Ga.; s. 1858-59.

BUXTON, CAMERON BELO Cotton Merchant

        Care Cotton Exchange, Dallas, Tex.; A.B. 1899; b. Winston-Salem, Aug. 7, 1880; p. John Cameron and Agnes (Belo); with Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe ry. 1900-04; gen. agt. ibid. Pa. 1904-16; vice-pres. H. L. Edwards co., 1916-17, 1919-; asst. dir. traffic food administrations 1917-18; asst. dir. traffic U. S. ry. administration 1918-19; Episcopalian.

*BUXTON, JARVIS Minister

        From Fayetteville; Asheville; d. Lenoir, May 11, 1902; A.B. 1839; D.D.; author; Episcopalian.

BUXTON, JOSEPH THOMAS Physician

        Newport News, Va.; s. m. 1893-94; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1897; b. Dec. 12, 1875; owner Elizabeth Buxton hosp., Newport News, Va.

BUXTON, JULIAN THOMAS Mill Superintendent

        Ardmore; Winston-Salem; s. 1918; Mangel Box co.; S. A. T. C.

*BUXTON, RALPH POTTS

        Fayetteville; b. Sept. 22, 1826; d. Nov. 6, 1900; A.B. 1845; trustee U. N. C. 1868, 1879-87; state sen.; mem. conv. 1861 and '75; solic. 6th jud. dist. 1863; judge supr. ct. 1865-81; reporter supr. ct. 1897-1900; pres. Farmers' Alliance, (state and national).

BUXTON, SAMUEL ROWLAND Lawyer

        301 Law bldg., Newport News, Va.; s. l. 1897-99; A.B. Wake Forest, 1895; b. Feb. 10, 1874; mayor Newport News 1904.

BYERLY, ANDREW BAXTER Physician

        Cooleemee; s. m. 1893-94; M.D. Richmond Med col., 1896; b. Davidson co., Mar. 6, 1869; p. Wesley and Eliza (Swicegood); m. Ethel Grimes, 1897; Mason; Junior; Red Man; Episcopalian.

BYERLY, EDWARD CLEVELAND Superior Court Clerk

        Lexington; A.B. 1909; b. Lexington, June 18, 1884; p. Wesley and Eliza Ellen (Swicegood); m. Betty Chloe Aderholdt, Mar. 25, 1916; Di Soc.; prin. Walnut Cove H. S. 1909-12; supt. Mocksville graded sch. 1912-14; supt. Bessemer City graded sch. 1914-16; supt. Asheboro graded sch. 1916-17; supt. bldg. home and farm 1920; supt. public welfare Davidson co., 1921-22; clerk sup'r ct. Davidson co., 1922-; Methodist.


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*BYERLY, JOSEPH

        Lexington; d. 1855; s. 1850-51.

BYERLY, MARSHAL PAUL Student

        Lexington; s. m. 1918-19; Univ. of Md.

BYERLY, THOMAS J. Banker

        420 Trade st., Winston-Salem; Ph. B. 1900; Univ. of Nev.; b. Davidson co., Feb. 16, 1880; p. John F. and Elizabeth (Hartley); world war; Episcopahan.

BYERLY, WESLEY GRIMES

        Cooleemee; s. 1917-21; Guilford col. 1915-17; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1924; b. Advance, May 26, 1898; p. Andrew Baxter and Ethel Lorilla (Grimes); Kappa Psi; 2nd lieut. U. S. A. 1918-19; Episcopalian.

        BYERS, KANSAS

        1719 Riggs place, N. W., Washington, D. C.; M.A. 1924; Davenport col. dip. 1912; Univ of Va., 1916; George Washington univ.; b. Ellenboro, May 30, 1888; p. William Frank and Theodosia (Price); Methodist.

*BYERS, WASHINGTON

        Iredell co.; s. 1846-47.

BYNUM, AARON HEADEN Banker

        206 Oakland ave., Rock Hill, S. C.; s. 1898-99; N. C. State col. 1897-98; b. Pittsboro, Jan. 22, 1880; p. Alvis J. and Mary Susan (Headen); m. Alice Butler Cherry, Nov. 11, 1914; employee W. R. Bonsel and co. contractors, 1899-1902; merchant, 1902-09; Roddey Poe Merct. co., 1909-14; owner Rock Hill Gro. co., 1914-18; vice-pres. City Wholesale Gro. co.; treas. and mgr. Rock Hill Gro. co., 1918-22; owner Catawba Real Estate co. and organizer the Bynum-Cherry Trust co.; pres. and treas. the Bynum-Cherry Trust co.; pres. and treas. the Rock Hill Land and Townsite co., 1922-; Methodist.

BYNUM, ALEXANDER SHEPPARD Bookkeeper

        Farmville; s. 1917-18; p. R. B. and Emily -- --; m. Emma Cobb, Mar. 30, 1921; U. S. N., 1918-19.

BYNUM, CURTIS Dairyman

        252 Patton ave., Asheville; A.B. 1903; J.D. Univ. of Chicago, 1907; b. Lincolnton, July 6, 1882; p. William Shipp and Mary Louisa (Curtis); m. Florence Helen Boyd, July 10, 1907; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Alpha Theta Phi; pres. Alpha Theta Phi; pres. Carolina Creamery co. and Forsyth Dairy co.; capt. 321st inf. A. E. F.; Mason; Episcopalian.

*BYNUM, EDWARD TURNER Merchant

        Tarboro; b. Feb. 2, 1858; d. Apr. 3, 1889; s. 1875-77.

BYNUM, ERNEST TAYLOR Banker

        1219 N. Shartel st., Oklahoma City, Okla.; s. 1887-89; A.B. Trinity, 1891; g. s. Johns Hopkins, 1891-92; s. Univ. of Brussels; Ph.D. Univ. of Halle, 1898; b. Pittsboro, Jan. 19, 1873; p. Alvis J. and Mary Susan (Headen); m. Maude S. Shadduck; Di Soc.; Kappa Sigma; assoc. prof. U. N. C. 1897-98; prof. Univ. of Ark. 1898-1901; prof. Allegheny col. 1901-03; prof. Univ. of Okla. 1903-05; vice-chancellor Epworth univ. 1905-07; real estate 1908-12; pres. Bynum Investment co., 1912-18; pres. Am. Investment & Trust co. 1919-; fed. atty. prohibition dept. 1918-21; exec. counselor and campaign mgr. for Gov. J. C. Walton; banking commissioner for Oklahoma 1923-; author, Culpepper Rebellion in North Carolina; Lebensbeschreiben des Junius Brutus (2 vols.); The Popularity of Thomas Jefferson; Mason; Methodist.

BYNUM, FREDERICK WILLIAMSON Lawyer

        Rockingham; s. 1899-1901; s. l. 1905; A.B. Trinity 1904; b. Pittsboro, Jan. 30, 1882; p. Alvis Jesse and Mary Susan (Headen); m. Florence Page, Apr. 7, 1915; mayor of Pittsboro; mem. house of rep. 1913-15; Methodist.

*BYNUM, GEORGE C. Minister

        Chatham co.; b. 1839; d. 1871; s. 1860-61; Methodist.

*BYNUM, JEPTHA A.

        Northampton co.; s. 1817.

*BYNUM, JOHN BOWEN

        Northampton co.; A.B. 1848.

BYNUM, JEFFERSON COURTNEY Lumberman

        Potsdam, N. Y.; B.S. 1919; b. Bynum, Oct. 4, 1894; p. Luther B. and Nora (Heathcock); m. Ruth C. Sisson, June 25, 1921; Pi Kappa Phi; Omega Delta; Golden Fleece; basketball; petroleum engr. 1919-21; lumber business 1922-; 2nd lieut. inf. U. S. A. 1918; Presbyterian.

*BYNUM, JOHN GRAY Lawyer

        Stokes co.; d. Oct. 17, 1857; A.B. 1833; A.M. 1836; state sen. 1840, '50, and '52; mem. house of commons, 1854.

BYNUM, JOSEPH NICHOLAS Minister

        Belhaven; s. 1912-14; Theo. sem. in Va.; b. Farmville, Dec. 4, 1885; p. Richard Benjamin and Susan Emma (Sheppard); m. Grace Elizabeth Potter, Dec. 24, 1920; in charge of mission field Hertford and Gates counties 1916; ordained priest 1917; rector; chaplain Fort Caswell, 1917; Episcopalian.

BYNUM, MINNA CURTIS

        (See Henderson, Mrs. Archibald).

*BYNUM, OLIVER CLEGG Lawyer

        From Pittsboro; San Antonio, Tex.; San Francisco, Cal.; b. May 10, 1864; d. Oct. 16, 1922; m. Cara Atwater, Jan. 16, 1890; A.B. 1886; s. l. 1886-88; banker; cotton mfgr.; exporter; Methodist.


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*BYNUM, WILLIAM

        From Winston-Salem; Texas; s. 1882-83.

BYNUM, WADE HAMPTON Physician and Banker

        Germanton; s. m. 1897-99; M.D. 1900; b. Marion, May 5, 1859; p. Maj. Benjamin Franklin and Charity Henrietta (Morris); m. Martha Sherman Poindexter, Feb. 11, 1902; physician 1900-; vice-pres. Bank of Stokes co.; dir. Merchants Bank and Trust co. of Winston-Salem; Pythian; Methodist.

*BYNUM, WILLIAM PRESTON, JR.

        Charlotte; b. Nov. 23, 1871; d. July 18, 1891; s. 1890-91.

*BYNUM, WILLIAM ROBERT

        Tarboro; b. July, 1859; d. Sept. 13, 1895; s. 1877-78.

BYRD, BACCHUS BRIGHT

        White Pine, Tenn.; s. 1911; b. Dec. 25, 1891; p. S. G. and -- --.

BYRD, CLEMENT Druggist

        1630 Spring Garden st., Greensboro; s. p. 1902-03; b. Sampson co., July 27, 1878; p. J. W. and Martha A. (Thornton); m. Luna Crawford Barber, Dec. 16, 1908; mfg. Byrd's Headache Remedy and Byrd's Indigestion Tablets; sec. Biltmore board of trade; inspector, N. C. board of pharmacy; vice-pres. Byrd laboratories; sec. and treas. Biltmore board of trade; Shriner; Baptist.

BYRD, CHARLES BROWN

        Live Oak, Fla.; s. 1913; b. May 31, 1896.

BYRD, CARL HENDRIX

        Morrisville; s. 1913; b. Aug. 15, 1891; p. Andrew and -- --.

BYRD, DAN

        Kenansville; A.B. 1923; b. Calypso, June 9, 1901; p. Nathan B. and Bettie Catherine (Byrd); Phi Soc.; asst. to Duplin co. supt. schools 1923-; editor, Duplin School News; S. A. T. C.; Methodist.

BYRD, GEORGE

        Fayetteville; pres. 601 Milwaukee st., Milwaukee, Wis.; Ph.G. 1918; b. Jan. 8, 1894; the A. O. Smith corp.

BYRD, HOWARD MATTHEW

        100 Canal st., Graniteville, S. C.; g. s. 1915; A.B. Presbyterian col. of S. C., 1914.

*BYRD, ROBERT FULTON

        Fayetteville; s. 1909.

BYRD, ROBERT THEO

        Linden; s. 1921-23; b. Faison, Aug. 30, 1904; p. Theo W. and Hattie M. (King); Methodist.

*BYRD, THOMPSON Minister

        Caswell co.; d. 187-; A.B. 1827; A.M. 1831; tutor, 1829-31; missionary; Presbyterian.

BYRD, WILLIAM BOBBITT Lawyer

        Greensboro; s. l. 1911.

BYRD, MRS. W. C. Lawyer

        Knoxville, Tenn.; s. l. 1918-20; Moore and Dunn, Newbern.

BYRD, WALTER PIERCE Lawyer

        Lillington; s. l. 1908; b. Harnett co., June 26, 1867; p. Andrew Jackson and Carolyne (Shaw); m. Zula Walton Tomlinson, Nov. 3, 1909; farmer; clerk Harnett co. sup'r ct. 1914-18; N. C. sen. 1921; pvt. Sp.-Am. war 1898; Methodist Episcopal.

BYRD, WILLIE TALMAGE Educator

        Mt. Olive; pres. Glen Alpine; s. 1909-11; b. Duplin co., Jan. 27, 1890; p. David and Martha Jane (Pipkin); m. Flonie Isabel Alphin, July 12, 1913; Phi Soc.; supt. state H. S. since leaving U. N. C. except 1919-20; Baptist.

BYRNES, CHARLES METCALF Teacher

        207 E. Preston st., Baltimore, Md.; B.S. 1902; M.D. Johns Hopkins univ. 1906; b. Claiborne co., Miss., Nov. 4, 1881; p. Charles Ralston and Helen (Metcalf); m. Louise Alexander McCosh, Sept. 1, 1920; Sigma Nu; Sigma Xi; Phi Chi; demonstrator anatomy Johns Hopkins, 1902-03; adj. prof. anatomy Univ. of Va., 1906-09; instr. neurology Johns Hopkins 1909-18; asso. in clinical neurology ibid. 1918-; official relations with numerous med. soc.; pres. Phila. neurological soc. 1923-24; contributions to various journals on med. subjects; Presbyterian.

BYRUM, ALBERT GASKINS

        Edenton; s. 1920-21; b. Dec. 19, 1902.


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*CABELL, BENJAMIN WILLIAM SHERIDAN

        Danville, Va.; b. 1864; s. 1882-84.

*CADE, BAYLAES

        From Franklinton; Shelby; s. l. 1895-96.

CADDELL, JOHN KAY Salesman

        Maxton; s. 1914-15; b. Maxton, Feb. 20, 1892; p. Daniel Robert and Effie Ann (Ray).

CAFFEE, CARL MONROE Salesman

        Swan Quarter; s. p. 1919-20; Trinity col. 1918-19; b. Swan Quarter, Feb. 9, 1899; p. J. M. and Nannie (J.); traveling salesman.

CAFFEY, BENJAMIN FRANKLIN Cigar Clerk

        106 Morris st., High Point; s. 1916-18; b. Winston-Salem, Oct. 28, 1899; p. James Winn and Lula (Hanes); pvt. U. S. A. 1918-19; Presbyterian.

*CAFFEY, HUGH WASHINGTON Planter

        Montgomery, Ala.; d. June 4, 1879; s. 1863-64; A.B. 1911 as of 1867; C. S. A.

CAGLE, BERT Teacher

        Canton; s. 1913-14; b. Davidson River, Aug. 26, 1889; p. J. H. and Rachel (Young); m. Mabel Trull, Sept. 2, 1919; 2nd lieut. hdqtrs. co. 322nd inf. 81st div. and machine gun instr., Camp Hancock, 1917-18; Methodist.

*CAIN, JAMES A.

        Orange co.; s. 1803.

*CAIN, JAMES FREDERICK Physician

        From Hillsboro; Durham; b. Sept. 26, 1828; d. Aug. 3, 1904; A.B. 1850; M.D. U. of Pa., 1854; planter.

CAIN, LEIGHTON DEWEY Druggist

        Spring Hope; s. 1918-19, 1920-21; b. Fayetteville, Oct. 26, 1898; p. Samuel E. and Alice Freeman (Bullock).

CAIN, ROBERT LEE Lawyer

        Calahaln; s. 1878-80; b. Davie co., Apr. 9, 1856; p. Patrick Henry and Susan (Wilder); m. Elva Frances Adams, Feb. 2, 1898; lawyer; teacher; farmer; lumber business; no occupation at present; Baptist.

*CAIN, WILLIAM

        Orange co.; s. 1800-01.

*CAIN, WILLIAM Physician

        Orange co.; s. 1839-41.

CAIN, WALTER STEPHEN Minister

        Paris, Ky.; s. 1899-1900, 1901-02; Union Theo. sem. grad. 1909; b. Philadelphia, Pa., Feb. 21, 1879; p. Stephen J. and Mary Ella; m. Elizabeth C. Lambert, Asheville, June 29, 1908; rector St. Peter's ch.; editor, Diocese News; pres. Paris Rotary club.

*CALDCLEUGH, ALEXANDER BLACKSTONE

        From Lexington; St. Charles, Ark.; s. 1847-48; M.D., U. of Pa.

CALDER, HUGH COURTENAY

        Wilmington; s. 1909-10.

‡CALDER, JAMES WILLIAM Artist

        Care Boston Journal, Boston, Mass.; s. 1898-1900; b. Ontario, Canada, Feb. 26, 1876; instr. physical culture 1898-1900; illustrator.

CALDER, MILTON

        311 N. Third st., Wilmington; A.B. 1903; b. Wilmington, July 12, 1881; p. William and Alice London (Boatwright); treas. Cement Products co.; Episcopalian.

CALDER, ROBERT EDWARD Merchant

        14 S. Third st., Wilmington; B.S. 1906; b. Wilmington, June 19, 1884; p. William and Alice London (Boatwright); m. Sue Brent Prince, Nov. 8, 1916; Episcopalian.

*CALDWELL, ARCHIBALD HENDERSON Lawyer

        Salisbury; b. Mar. 1822; d. Dec. 1861; A.B. 1841; mem. house of c. 1850-54; clerk and master in equity.

CALDWELL, ARCHIBALD HENDERSON Manufacturer

        1245 N. First ave., Tucson, Ariz.; pres. 401 Yale st., Houston, Tex.; s. 1888-89; b. Salisbury, Feb. 28, 1871; p. Dr. Julius Andrew and Fannie Morgan (Miller); m. May Venable Jones, Asheville, Nov. 25, 1903; Beta Theta Pi; Sou. ry. until 1908; Ariz. E. R. R., Tucson, Ariz., 1917-18; Thompson-Starrett co., New York, N. Y., 1918-23; mgr. Chipman Chem. Eng. co., Houston, Texas, 1923-; Episcopalian.

‡CALDWELL, ARTHUR LEROY Lawyer

        Box 600, Greensboro; s. 1916-17; B. S., LL.B. Harvard univ. 1923; b. Greensboro, May 9, 1896; p. H. B. and Laura (Arnold); Mason.

*CALDWELL, DAVID FRANKLIN Lawyer

        From Iredell co.; Salisbury; b. 1791; d. 1867; s. 1813; banker; mem. house of c. 1816-19, and '25; state sen. 1829-31; speaker sen.; judge sup'r. ct. 1844-59; lieut.-gov. 1830.

CALDWELL, DANIEL GREENLEE

        128 N. Union st., Concord; s. 1919-20-21; Davidson 1917-18; Univ. of Pa. 1921-; b. Concord, Nov. 3, 1899; p. Dr. Daniel Greenlee and Marie Stuart (Moffett); Kappa Psi; Delta Tau Delta; S. A. T. C.; Presbyterian.

*CALDWELL, DAVID THOMAS Physician

        Mecklenburg co.; A.B. 1819.


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CALDWELL, FRANK MCCULLOUGH Insurance

        920 S. Tryon st., Charlotte; s. 1901; b. Statesville, Mar. 8, 1886; p. Joseph P. and Margaret (Spratt); m. Flora Bryan. Feb. 11, 1914; Presbyterian.

*CALDWELL, JAMES AUGUSTUS Banker

        Morganton; b. 1820; d. 1876; A.B. 1842; planter; mem. house of c.

CALDWELL, JULIUS ALEXANDER Physician

        18 Crescent, Montclair, N. J.; B. S. 1899; s. m. 1898-99; M.D. Johns Hopkins univ. 1904; b. Salisbury, Mar. 9, 1879.

*CALDWELL, JULIUS ANDREW Physician

        Salisbury; b. Feb. 9, 1830; d. Dec. 21, 1905; A.B. 1850; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1854; asst. surg. C. S. A., 6th reg.

*CALDWELL, JOSEPH P.

        Ontario, N. Y.; s. 1819; state sen., Iredell, 1833-34; mem. house of c. 1838-42; trustee U. N. C. 1893-1901.

*CALDWELL, JOE YONGUE Lawyer

        From Statesville; Cheyenne, Wyo.; b. Oct. 19, 1892; d. Dec. 24, 1920; A.B. 1913; Columbia univ. 1914-15.

*CALDWELL, RICHARD ALEXANDER Lawyer

        Salisbury; b. 1830; d. July 10, 1882; A.B. 1848; mem. conv., 1861; mem. house of c.

*CALDWELL, ROBERT ERNEST Minister

        From Greensboro; Winston-Salem; b. Oct. 18, 1858; d. Philadelphia, Pa., Jan. 3, 1904; s. 1875-76, 1877-78; D.D. Cent. univ. 1900; teacher, 1878-80; Presbyterian.

*CALDWELL, SAMUEL PINKNEY

        Charlotte; d. 1884; A.B. 1856; capt., C. S. A.

CALDWELL, THEODORE JACKSON Engineer

        Sou. Bell Tel. co., Charlotte; s. 1916.

*CALDWELL, TOD ROBINSON

        Morganton; b. Feb. 19, 1818; d. Feb. 11, 1874; A.B. 1840; mem. house of c. 1842-44, 1848 and 1858; pres. elector 1848; N. C. sen. 1850; mem. conv. 1865; lieut-gov. 1868-70; gov. 1870-74; pres. of sen. 1868-70; mem. exec. com. bd. of trustees, 1868; N. C. bd. of education 1868.

*CALER, VANCE MONROE Minister

        From West Mills; Gumlog, Ga.; b. Franklin, Apr. 25, 1861; d. Feb. 8, 1905; s. 1883-84; teacher; Baptist.

*CALL, WILLIAM HENRY Minister

        From Mocksville; Washington; b. Oct. 8, 1842; d. 1916; s. 1861-62; A.B. 1911 as of 1865; crd. sergt. C. S. A. 16th battalion 5th reg.; Methodist.

CALLAHAN, EDWIN FORREST Pharmacist

        Ninth and Trinity ave., West Durham; s. p. 1908-09; b. Bladen co., Dec. 25, 1886; p. John Dobbin and Addie Shaw (Gaylor); m. Mary Elizabeth Fullerton, W. Newton, Pa.; Presbyterian.

CALLAHAN, JOHN JOSEPH

        74 Heberton ave., Port Richmond, N. Y.; s. 1922-23; b. Nov. 29, 1904.

*CALLAWAY, ALBERT SUDENHAM Lawyer

        Wilkesboro; b. Sept. 6, 1838; d. 1873; A.B. 1859; mem. house of c., 1864; lieut.-col., C. S. A. 55th reg.

CALLISON, JAMES SCOTT

        Staunton, Va.; s. 1889-90, 1898-99; grad. Fishburne Mil. acad. 1886; Erskine col. 1886-87; Washington and Lee univ. 1887-88; Univ. of Va. 1888-89; b. Augusta co., Va., Jan. 2, 1865; p. James H. and Isabella P. --; m. Carrie McClure, June 29, 1892; teacher 1890-97; prin. acad. 1890-92; mil. acad. 1905-07; asst. chem. lab. 1889-90; stock raiser gen. bus. 1897-.

†CALLOWAY, ARTHUR WILLIAM

        Marler; s. l. 1909-10.

CALLOWAY, WILEY WERT Physician

        Glenrock, Wyo.; s. 1914-15; B.S. Valparaiso univ.; s. m. ibid. M.D. Univ. of Chicago, 1921; b. Independence, Va., Oct. 24, 1894; p. John R. and Patsy Ann (Anders); m. Verna R. Cox, Sept. 12, 1918; physician and surg. Standard Oil co. refinery Glenrock, Wyo.; health officer and physician Converse co., Wyo.; S. A. T. C. Valparaiso univ. 1918; Mason.

CALMES, JAMES DRAYTON Cotton Dealer

        Augusta road, Greenville, S. C.; s. 1910-11; Furman univ.; b. Spartanburg co., S. C., Jan. 6, 1892; p. James Drayton and Mamie (Drummond); m. Nade Westervelt. Feb. 23, 1918; baseball; football; employee Judson Mills 1914; cotton dealer 1915-; 2nd lieut. F. A., U. S. A., 1918.

CALVERT, JOHN STRONG U. S. Consul

        American Consulate, Barcelona, Spain; s. 1902-04; s. l. 1908; b. Raleigh, Oct. 19, 1886; p. Jno. and Mary Walker (Strong); m. Ellen Wayles Graham, Apr. 28, 1914; Phi Delta Theta; law dept. A. C. L. ry. 1904-09; lawyer 1912-13; deputy consul; vice consul; consul; lieut. Philippine constabulary 1909-12; Episcopalian.

CALVERT, JUNIUS WHEELER Railway Official

        141 Granby st., Norfolk, Va.; s. 1897; b. Mulberry Grove, Apr. 9, 1881; p. Samuel J. and Sallie Wood (Moore); m. Sarah A. Smith, Oct. 4, 1916; traveling passenger and freight agt. for Sou. ry. and Chesapeake Steamship co.; Baptist.

*CALVERT, SAMUEL JAMES

        Jackson; A.B. 1845; A.M. 1848; mem. gen'l assem., 1864.


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        CALVERT, SAMUEL JAMES Tobacconist

        309 Dinwiddie, Portsmouth, Va.; pres. care West Indian Tob. co., Ltd., Port of Spain. Trinidad, British W. Indies; A.B. 1919; b. Jackson, Feb. 1, 1895; p. Faison and Annie Hyman (Daney); Zeta Psi and Gorgon's Head; naval reserve, 1917-18; Mason; Shriner; Episcopalian.

*CAMERON, JOHN Journalist

        From Hillsboro; Oxford; s. 1830-31; capt. Mex. war.

*CAMERON, JOHN ADAMS

        Virginia; b. 1788; d. 1837; A.B. 1806; A.M. 1809; mem. Va. house of c.; consul, Vera Cruz, 1829; judge U. S. dist. ct. Fla., 1831; maj., U. S. A., war 1812.

*CAMERON, JOHN ATKINS

        From Harnett co.; Lillington; b. Dec. 5, 1840; d. 1891; A.B. 1862; A.M. 1866; sergt., C. S. A.

*CAMERON, JOHN DONALD

        From Fayetteville; Asheville; d. Dec. 9, 1897; s. 1839-41; journalist; chief clerk, house of rep, 1874-85; lieut.-col., C. S. A.; trustee 1877-91.

*CAMERON, JOHN WILDER

        Fayetteville; b. 1828; d. Baltimore, Md., Mar., 1901; A.B. 1848; lawyer; hotel mgr. maj. and Q. M., C. S. A.; trustee U. N. C., 1865-66.

*CAMERON, JOHN WORTHY

        From Moore co.; Rockingham; A.B. 1840; lawyer; journalist; mem. gen'l assem., 1865.

CAMERON, PAUL ARCHIBALD

        State Highway comm., Kinston; s. 1918; b. Kinston, Aug. 10, 1891; p. John E. and Ida -- --; Mason; Methodist.

*CAMERON, PAUL CARRINGTON

        Hillsboro; b. Sept. 25, 1808; d. Jan. 6, 1891; s. 1824-25; LL.D. 1889; chmn. bldg. and exec. comm..... pres. N. C. ry. co.; mem. N. C. Hist. soc.; planter and financier; state sen. 1856; trustee U. N. C. 26 yrs. 1858-68 and 1875-91; mem. exec. comm. trustees; pres. N. C. 1st agri. soc.

*CAMERON, WILLIAM Physician

        Virginia; s. 1805.

*CAMERON, WILLIAM

        Hillsboro; b. Feb. 4, 1893; d. Feb. 3, 1910; s. 1909-10; Episcopalian.

CAMP, CORDELIA School Supervisor

        Winston-Salem; A.B. 1920;Columbia univ. 1924-; b. Rutherfordton, May 22, 1889; p. M. R. and Letitia (Morrow); Baptist.

CAMP, JOSEPH EUGENE

        Talladega, Ala.; s. 1919-20; b. Talladega, Ala., Oct. 26, 1901; p. Mrs. A. H. Camp.

CAMP, ZEBULON CARTER Lawyer

        2518 Lomond st., Winston-Salem; s. s. l. 1919; George Washington univ.; b. Rutherford co., June 6, 1886; p. Merritt Rickmon and Nancy Letitia (Morrow); m. Florence Grover, June 6, 1917; income tax examiner int. rev. bureau Wash., 1919-20; Odd Fellow; Junior; Methodist.

CAMPBELL, ALTON COOK Physician

        302 Hawthorne road, Raleigh; M.D. 1910; b. Jonesboro, Jan. 31, 1884; p. John Martin and Permelie Frances (Brown); m. Elizabeth Agnes Gailey, June 2, 1920; 1st lieut., later promoted capt. surgical service camp Johnson, 1918-19; Methodist.

*CAMPBELL, DUNCAN GREEN Teacher

        From Orange co.; Wilkes co., Ga.; d. July 31, 1828; A.B. 1807; mem. gen'l assem. of Ga.; U. S. A., war 1812.

CAMPBELL, EDWARD PAUL Drug Clerk

        Taylorsville; s. 1918; b. Alexander co., July 28, 1899; p. Edward Columbus and Florence Ladell (Barnes); m. Emma Partee Feimster, Dec. 7, 1920; carpenter Jan.-June, 1921; drug clerk 1921-.

‡CAMPBELL, EDGAR THOMAS Teacher

        Washington; A.B. 1915; g. s. Columbia univ. 1923-24; b. Washington, Sept. 16, 1889; p. William W. and Elizabeth (Windley); m. Carrie Belle Craig, May 27. 1918; prin. Creswell H. S. 1915-17; prin. Washington H. S. 1918-20; farmer 1920-21; teacher Washington H. S. 1921-22; prin. Norfolk city sch. 1922-23; grad. work in sch. admin., Columbia univ. 1923-24; Presbyterian.

CAMPBELL, FRANCIS EARLE

        202 Campbell ave., Fayetteville; pres. care Hart Drug co., High Point; s. p. 1920-22; b. Greenville, S. C., May 14, 1901; p. S. M. and Annie I. --.

*CAMPBELL, GREEN H.

        North Carolina; s. 1807.

CAMPBELL, HARVEY JAMES Banker

        140 Broadway, N. Y. City; A.B. 1919; N. Y. univ.; b. Burlington, Oct. 6, 1895; p. Jefferson J. and Augusta (Johnson); employee Guaranty Trust co. of N. Y. 1919-; seaman U. S. N., R. F. 1918; Methodist.

*CAMPBELL, JAMES Minister

        Fayetteville; A.B. 1855; Presbyterian.

*CAMPBELL, JAMES G.

        From Brunswick co.; Red River, La.; b. 1809; s. 1825-29; planter; mem. La. gen'l assem.

*CAMPBELL, JAMES GREEN

        Opelousas, La.; b. Dec. 12, 1839; d. 1882; s. 1855-56; planter; physician; brigade surgeon, C. S. A.

*CAMPBELL, JOHN K. Lawyer

        From Raleigh; Florida; d. 1833; s. 1825; A.B., S. C. col.; U. S. atty., Fla.


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*CAMPBELL, JAMES WILLIAMSON Lawyer

        Marengo co., Ala.; b. 1820; d. 1844; A.B. 1842.

*CAMPBELL, JOHN XAVIER Lawyer

        Marengo co., Ala.; b. 1827; A.B. 1848; capt., C. S. A.

CAMPBELL, MILTON CLYDE Teacher

        Taylorsville; A.B. 1917; b. Taylorsville, Jan. 23, 1895; p. Milton Gaston and Sarah (Feimster); Beta Phi; teacher Staunton Military acad. 1917-18; teacher Taylorsville H. S. 1919-21; prin. Taylorsville H. S. 1921-; student Fort Oglethorpe training camp 1917; Presbyterian.

*CAMPBELL, ROBERT

        Cumberland co.; A.B. 1808; mem. house of c. 1912-14.

CAMPBELL, REUBEN ADOLPHUS Army Surgeon

        213 E. 2nd st., Washington; s. 1887; M.D. N. C. Med. col. 1897; b. Statesville, Aug. 21, 1869; p. Dr. Wesley MacCallum and Mary Jane (Rosebrough); m. Helen Kugler, Sept. 7, 1916; Di Soc.; physician 1897-1903; Long's sanatorium 1909-16; U. S. N. med. corps 1903-09; 1st N. C. inf. N. C. N. G. 1916; U. S. A. 1917-; Mason; Presbyterian.

*CAMPBELL, ROBERT MCGREGOR

        Marengo co., Ala.; b. 1822; A.B. 1842; capt., C. S. A.

CAMPBELL, WILLIAM BAUGHAM Lawyer

        1406 Grace st., Wilmington; s. l. 1913-14; b. Yatesville, Nov. 29, 1888; p. Charles Archbell and Martha Virginia (Wilkinson); m. Jeannette Robbins, July 31, 1917; Kiwanian; Episcopalian.

*CAMPBELL, WILLIAM C.

        Cumberland co.; s. 1802.

*CAMPBELL, WALTER LEE Lawyer

        Norwood; b. Feb. 5, 1900; d. Apr. 10, 1922; s. 1917; Davidson col.; Wake Forest col.

*CAMPBELL, WILLIAM S. Civil Engineer

        From Brunswick co.; Johnson City, Tenn.; b. 1806; d. 1857; s. 1829.

*CAMPBELL, WILLIAM SIMPSON

        From Opelousas, La.; Johnson City, Tenn.; b. Dec. 4, 1836; s. 1854-57; merchant; planter; real estate broker; C. S. A.

CAMPEN, GEORGE BENJAMIN

        Alliance; s. a. 1918-19; s. m. 1919-20; b. Alliance, Nov. 11, 1900; p. A. B. and -- --.

CANADA, CHARLES STAFFORD Farmer

        Somerville, Tenn.; Ph.B. 1899; b. Summerfield, July 27, 1875; p. William and Elizabeth (Strader); m. Mary Lou Edwards, May 13, 1908; teacher 3 yrs.; lumberjack 5 yrs.; editor Texas newspaper 2 yrs.; nursery and orchard work 1909-14; farmer 1914-20; farmer and manufacturer 1920-; Methodist.

CANADA, JOHN WILLIAM Editor and Farmer

        320 Caroline st., Houston, Tex.; A.B. 1896 magna cum laude; g. s. 1897-99; b. Summerfield, Dec. 14, 1871; p. William and Elizabeth (Strader); m. Verona Keener, Jan. 12, 1910; Phi Beta Kappa; teacher 1896-1900; editor and publisher 1905-; organizer several national farm loan assns. and Houston Agr. Credit corp'n; Methodist.

CANADAY, CLAUDE CARL Lawyer

        Benson; s. 1911-14; b. Johnston co., Jan. 8, 1890; p. J. H. and Lucy D. (Williams); m. Willie Duncan, Sept. 12, 1915; Phi Soc.; mayor Benson 4 yrs; Baptist.

*CANADAY, JAMES PARROTT Teacher

        From Benson; Smithfield; b. Johnston co., May 29, 1860; d. Oct. 9, 1910; s. 1894-96; prin. Benson acad., 1898; mem. house of rep. 1905.

CANADAY, PERCY Engineer

        Southport; B.S. 1897; b. Wilmington, June 9, 1875; p. William Parker and Maria Elizabeth (Bell); Mason; Episcopalian.

CANADAY, RALPH CLARENCE Druggist

        Four Oaks; s. 1912-13; b. Jan. 8, 1890; p. John Henry and Lucy D. --; m. Onie Maie Lewis, July 28, 1920; prescription clerk 1913-17; drug store owner 1917-; Mason; Baptist.

CANADAY, WILLIAM HENRY

        Benson; s. p. 1915-16.

CANADY, HENRY BURWELL Merchant

        Kinston; s. 1918; b. Kinston, Apr. 20, 1898; p. B. W. and M. H. (Canady).

CANDLER, HERSCHEL MAHONEY Lawyer

        Dillsboro; pres. Athens, Tenn.; s. l. 1899-1900; b. Webster, Aug. 9, 1879; p. Dr. James M. and Mollie (Mahoney); m. Effie Ellis, Jan. 1, 1902; bd. of aldermen; vice-mayor, Athens, Tenn., 1903; mem. gen'l assem. Tenn. 1905; house of rep. Tenn. 1907 and 1917; state sen. Tenn. 1919-21; house of rep. Tenn. 1924; capt. Tenn. N. G. 1901; col. 1919; maj. U. S. A. Ft. Oglethorpe, 1918; Junior; Shriner; Presbyterian.

†CANDLER, THOMAS THADDEUS

        From Acton; Selma; s. 1894-97.

CANDLER, WILLIAM WASHINGTON Lawyer

        11, 12 Library bldg., Asheville; s. l. 1916-17; Maryville col. (Tenn.) 1911-14; b. Winlock, Aug. 3, 1891; p. Ottis B. and Annie D. (Clayton); pvt. to 2nd lieut. U. S. A. 1917-19.


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CANDRAYS, JAMES EDWARD

        Scotland Neck; s. 1910-11; b. Scotland Neck, June 11, 1890; p. J. E. and Mary (Higgs); pvt. U. S. A. 8 mos.; Mason; Baptist.

CANNADAY, NICHOLAS BODDIE Physician

        Laurinburg; pres. Dothan, Ala.; s. a. 1905-07; s. m. 1907-09; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1912; capt. med. corps U. S. A. 1917-19.

CANNADAY, SAMUEL HILMON Physician

        Oxford; s. 1884-85; M.D. Univ. of Va., 1887; b. Harnett co., Nov. 6, 1866; p. Samuel H. and Mattie K. (Williams); m. Sallie Devin, Jan. 16, 1889; Kappa Alpha; Baptist.

CANNON, ALLEN ROBERT Merchant

        Ayden; s. 1907-08; p. R. C. and Sudie G. (Kay); m. Hattie Kittrell, 1913; partner firm R. C. Cannon & Sons, Ayden, 1908.

CANNON, CLAUDE CLAIBORNE Chemist

        2116 St. Paul st., U. S. Public Health Service. Baltimore, Md.; s. p. 1905-06; Phar. Chem. Vanderbilt univ., 1910; b. Spartanburg, S. C., Sept. 12, 1886; p. William Lewis and Mary Louise (Lowe); m. Anne Cornelia Johnston, Dec. 28, 1917; with U. S. Pub. Health service; capt. M. A., O. R. C., exec. off. to med. off. in charge U. S. Marine Hosp. No. 1, Baltimore, Md., 1924-; Mason; Knight Templar.

CANNON, CLAUDIUS LILLINGTON

        Robersonville; s. a. 1898-1900; s. p. 1902-03; b. Pitt co., July 6, 1881.

CANNON, CLARENCE VICTOR Banker

        Ayden; A.B. 1907; b. Pitt co., Feb. 16, 1886; p. R. C. and Sudie G. (Kay); m. Freddie Johnson Tucker, Oct. 20, 1909; Phi Soc.; prin. Ormondsville H. S., 1907-08; mercantile partner R. C. Cannon & Sons, Ayden; mem. firm Motor Sales co., Ayden; pres. Bank of Ayden; trustee Atlantic Christian col.; Rotarian; Pythian; Christian.

CANNON, DOUGLAS LAUNEESE Physician

        519 Dexter ave., Montgomery, Ala.; s. m. 1915-17; B.S. Clemson col. 1913; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1919; C.P.H. Johns Hopkins univ., 1922-23; b. Spartanburg, S. C., Nov. 1, 1892; p. E. V. and Annie (Fant); m. Rosamond Hamilton, Nov. 27, 1919; Phi Chi; interne Hillman hosp., Birmingham, Ala., 1919-20; Pike co., Ala., health officer, 1920-22; sec. Ala. Med. assn., 1923-; mem. and fellow Am. Med. assn.; S. A. T. C., Jefferson Med. col., 1918; Mason; Presbyterian.

CANNON, GABRIEL

        Horse Shoe; s. 1901-02.

*CANNON, HENRY JORDON

        From Raleigh; Memphis, Tenn.; b. 1811; d. 1862; A.B. 1831; lawyer; planter.

CANNON, JESSE D. Farmer

        Ayden; s. 1907-08.

CANNON, JUNIUS ROSS

        Concord; pres. York, S. C.; s. l. 1910-11.

*CANNON, JOSEPH S.

        Perquimans co.; b. 1823; d. Apr. 20, 1882; s. 1848-49.

CANNON, JAMES WILLIAM, JR.

        Concord; s. 1901-02.

CANNON, MARTIN LUTHER Manufacturer

        Concord; s. 1901-02; 1904-05; b. Concord, Mar. 25, 1885; cotton mfr.

*CANNON, ROBERT H. Physician

        Northampton co.; s. 1840-41.

*CANNON, ROBERT JOHN Planter

        Somerville, Tenn.; b. Feb. 21, 1838; d. Oct. 13, 1857; A.B. 1857.

*CANNON, WILLIAM FRANKLIN, JR.

        Concord; b. Oct. 29, 1888; d. at Univ. of Md., Jan 28, 1911; s. m. 1908-10; Davidson col., 1907-08; Univ. of Md., 1910-11; Presbyterian.

*CANNON, WILLIAM JAMES Physician

        From Jackson; Somerville, Tenn.; b. 1827; s. 1842-43; surgeon, C. S. A.

*CANSLER, ALEXANDER JACOB

        Lincolnton; A.B. 1847.

CANSLER, EDWIN THOMAS, JR. Lawyer

        217-221 Law bldg., Charlotte; LL.B. 1912; Davidson col., 1910; b. Charlotte, May 16, 1890; p. Edwin T. and Lillie J. (Scott); m. Nell Wisdom Cave, Jan. 4, 1921; Beta Theta Pi; 2nd lieut., Ft. Oglethorpe training camp, Aug., 1917; 1st lieut. M. G. co. 321st inf., Jan., 1918; capt. J. A. G., Oct., 1918; asst. division judge advocate 89th div., Dec., 1918-Mar., 1919; Presbyterian.

CANSLER, JOHN SCOTT Lawyer

        221 Law bldg., Charlotte; A.B. 1914; LL.B. 1915; b. Charlotte, Aug. 24, 1892; p. E. T. and Lillie J. (Scott); Di Soc.; Beta Theta Pi; Phi Beta Kappa; Golden Fleece; 2nd lieut. C. A. C., May, 1917; 1st lieut., Ft. Caswell, 1917-19; Presbyterian.

CANTWELL, RICHARD WILLARD Clerk

        1603 Chestnut st., Wilmington; s. 1911-13; b. Wilmington, July 31, 1893; p. Robert Calder and Mary (Anderson); m. Harriett Bradford, Jan. 19, 1923; accounting clerk law dept., A. C. L. ry., Wilmington, 1913-17; sec. to supt. of machinery, Carolina Shipyard, Wilmington, 1919-21; chief clerk, water and sewage dept., Wilmington, 1921-; pvt.-corp.-sergt.-2nd lieut. co. "C" 115th machine gun battalion, 1917-19; wounded at Ypres sector, July 31, 1918; Episcopalian.

†CANTWELL, WILLIAM L.

        Wilson; s. l. 1898-99.


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*CAPEHART, BALDY ASHBURN

        From Murfreesboro; Raleigh; b. July 4, 1833; d. Jan. 5, 1899; A.B. 1853; planter; chmn. co. courts Hertford and Granville; maj., 15th battalion, N. C. cav., C. S. A.

CAPEHART, CHARLES SMALLWOOD

        Roxobel; s. 1921-22. b. May 19, 1903.

CAPEHART, CULLEN TUCKER Druggist

        4 N. Myers st., Charlotte; s. 1893-94; Miss. Col. of Pharmacy, 1900-01; b. Kittrell, May 3, 1873; p. Capt. Thomas and Amelia Epps (Tucker); Chi Phi; Episcopalian.

*CAPEHART, THOMAS

        From Avoca; Kittrell; b. Murfreesboro, Aug. 21, 1840; d. Aug. 30, 1920; s. 1858-60; A.B. 1911 as of 1864; planter; merchant; capt., C. S. A.

CAPEHART, WILLIAM JONATHAN

        Roxobel; A.B. 1916; Columbia univ., 1916-17; b. Roxobel, Jan. 14, 1897; p. Dr. A. and -- -- --.

CAPEHART, WILLIAM RHODES

        Avoca; s. 1899-1901; b. Avoca, Sept. 17, 1880; fisherman; farmer.

CAPEL, AARON LEON Manufacturer

        Troy; s. 1920-22; N. C. State col., 1917-18; b. Troy, Feb. 22, 1900; p. A. W. E. and Nancy (Smitherman); mfg. cotton waste and rugs.

CAPEL, AARON WILLIAM ELIJAH Manufacturer

        Troy; s. 1875-77; b. Capel's Mills, Sept. 23, 1855; cotton mfr.; furn. mfr. (retired).

CAPELLE, PAUL REESE

        Rocky Mount; s. l. 1909-10.

CAPPELMANN, FREDERICK WILLIAM Lawyer

        1233 Washington st., Columbia, S. C.; s. s. l. 1910; A.B. Newberry col.,1908; LL.B. and M.A. Univ. of S. C., 1912; s. l. Harvard, 1912-13; b. Charleston, S. C., Nov. 17, 1888; p. John D. and Julia A. (Pieper); m. Helen E. Cary, June 21, 1922; 1st lieut. 83rd F. A., 1917-19; Lutheran.

CAPPS, BISMARCK Lawyer

        430 W. Airline st., Gastonia; s. l. 1905-06; b. Chester, S. C., Aug. 17, 1875; p. M. V. B. and Susan Anna (Weston); m. Martha Rebecca Moore, Feb. 18, 1910; asst. judge municipal ct., Gastonia, 1918-; trustee Lenoir col., 1920-21; Mason; Woodman; Junior; Lutheran.

CAPPS, EDWIN FRANK Teacher

        119 Chamberlain st., Raleigh; s. 1912-14; b. Lucama, Feb. 7, 1894; p. George Matthew and Margaret (Phillips); m. Novell Horton, July 5, 1919; leaf tob. bus. prior to World war; now dir. of college extension, N. C. State col.; 2nd lieut. air service U. S. A., 1917-18; Episcopalian.

CAPPS, GEORGE CLARENCE

        472 St. Leger ave., Akron, O.; s. 1916-17; b. Lucama, Jan. 18, 1898; p. Mrs. Margaret Capps.

CAPPS, HENRY SAMUEL

        R. F. D. 3, Hendersonville; A.B. 1924; b. Dec. 16, 1902; p. A. H. and -- -- --; Baptist.

CAPPS, JAMES ARTHUR Teacher

        Oak Ridge; A.B. 1917; M.A. 1919; b. Gastonia, Sept. 11, 1883; p. John Thomas and Martha (Cobb); m. Esther Smathers, Mar. 26, 1921; Di Soc.; Omega Delta; Sigma Upsilon; editor Magazine; Baptist.

†CARAWAN, LELAND THOMPSON

        Rowland; s. 1917-18; b. Rowland, Sept. 16, 1894; p. J. M. and -- -- --.

CARDWELL, MAURICE WAYLAND

        Johnson City, Tenn.; B.S. 1924; b. Nov. 17, 1900; p. J. W. and -- -- --; Methodist.

CARLTON, DAVID HILL Hardware Dealer

        North Wilkesboro; A.B. 1914; b. Boomer, Aug. 26, 1890; p. Joel Anderson and Sara Lou (Ferguson); m. Gladys Rawlins, June 18, 1919; taught sch. 2 yrs.; gen'l hdw. bus. since 1919; 2nd lieut. F. A., 1917-18; Baptist.

CARLTON, LUTHER MONTROSE Lawyer

        Roxboro; s. l. 1899-1900; Trinity col. 1892-97; b. Durham, Mar. 27, 1877; p. Marcus Lafayette and Bettie (Groome); m. Mary Graves Hines, Mar. 22, 1905; Person co. atty., 1901-04; mayor Roxboro, 1915; N. C. sen., 1921; Roxboro atty., 1918-20; Mason; Odd Fellow; Pythian; Woodman; Junior; Baptist.

CARLYLE, FRANK ERTEL Lawyer

        Fifth st., Lumberton; s. 1916-21; b. Lumberton, Apr. 7, 1897; p. William Watts and Lillian (Vampil); Phi Delta Theta; solicitor Robeson co. recorder's ct.; U. S. N., May-Dec., 1918; Mason; Baptist.

CARMICHAEL, GEORGE Cashier

        Franklinton; A.B. 1913; b. Wilmington, June 1, 1892; p. John Wallace and Janie (Northrop) m. Maria Adkins, Richmond, Va., Nov. 9, 1921; cashier Commercial Bank & Trust co., Franklinton.

CARMICHAEL, PAUL

        201 N. Brevard st., Charlotte; s. 1922; b. Eau Horlee, Ga., May 23, 1904; p. Paul Stiles and Mary Belle (McGarr); Presbyterian.

CARMICHAEL, RICHARD CARTWRIGHT

        W. Chapel Hill st., Durham; A.B. 1924; b. Durham, Dec. 5, 1903; p. W. D. and Margaret McRobert (McCaull); Catholic.


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CARMICHAEL, WHITFIELD CHAPMAN Contractor

        R. F. D. 9, Knoxville. Tenn.; pres. Care J. W. Flenniken co., Groves bldg., Knoxville, Tenn.; s. 1916-19; b. Asheville, Sept. 1, 1894; p. W. C. and Elizabeth (Chapman); m. Lena Fite; farming and other enterprises; at present mgr. John W. Flenniken co., concrete contractors; 2nd lieut. 101 F. A., 26th div., A. E. F., 1917-19; Episcopalian.

CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM DONALD Manufacturer

        507 W. Chapel Hill st., Durham; Ph.B. 1897; b. Little Rock, S. C., Jan. 10, 1873; p. Capt. William Donald and Agnes Caroline (Harllee); m. Margaret McRobert McCaull. Oct. 11, 1899; Kappa Alpha; teacher Durham H. S., 1897-99; prin. ibid., 1899-1906; supt. ibid., 1906-12; mgr. W. Duke Sons & co., brch. Liggett & Myers Tob. co., 1912-20; gen. mgr. ibid., 1920-; joint author Geography of N. C.; Mason; Presbyterian.

CARMICHAEL, WILLIAM DONALD, JR. Advertising

        120 E. 32nd st., New York, N. Y.; B.S. 1921; g. s. 1922; b. Durham, July 28, 1900; p. William Donald and Margaret McRoberts (McCaull); m. May Baldwin Waller, Feb. 16, 1924; Kappa Sigma; capt. basketball team, 1920; Gimghoul; pvt. aviation corps U. S. A., 1918-19; Catholic.

CARMON, WILLIAM BENNETT

        Gibsonville; s. 1919-21; Univ. of Va. 1921-22; b. Guilford co., Jan. 6, 1896; p. Henry Robert and Mary Ada; Alpha Kappa Kappa; Lutheran.

*CARNEY, THOMAS

        S. 1816-20.

CARPENTER, CLAYTON CALVIN Insurance

        706 Chestnut st., Gastonia; M.A. 1917; A.B. Lenoir col., 1914; b. Gaston co., Dec. 4, 1890; p. Pryor S. and Rebecca M. (Carpenter); m. Prue Virginia Heafner, May 20, 1910; teacher Glenn's H. S., 1914-16; life insurance, 1919-; 2nd lieut. hdq. co. 316 F. A., 81st div., A. E. F., 1917-19; Pythian; Methodist.

CARPENTER, CARL EDWARD Lawyer

        Gastonia; s. 1907-08; s. l. 1909-10; Roanoke col. 1906; Lenoir col.; b. Stanley, Oct. 9, 1888; p. B. F. and Fannie (Mason); m. Ruth Spencer, Dec. 18, 1912; sen. 31st N. C. sen. district, 1921; Mason; Pythian; Order Red Men; Junior; Lutheran.

CARPENTER, CAIUS HUNTER Contractor

        Clifton Forge, Va.; s. l. 1904-05; C.E. Va. Poly inst., 1902; b. Louisa co., Va., June 23, 1884.

CARPENTER, ERNEST WILLOUGHBY Student

        530 College st., Greenville, S. C.; pres. Clemson College, S. C.; s. 1922-23; b. Greenville, S. C., Oct. 20, 1906; p. Dr. Ernest W. and Elizabeth Katherine (McNeill); Di Soc.; R. O. T. C., Clemson col., 1923-; Baptist.

CARPENTER, GEORGE HUMPHREY Realtor

        Hollywood, Calif.; Ph.B. 1895; supt. of schools.

†CARPENTER, JOHN DANIEL

        Mill Springs; s. 1880-81; b. 1858.

CARPENTER, JESSE EARLE Lawyer

        Maxton; s. l. 1910-12; b. Anson co., July 3, 1890; p. Jesse Allen and Mattie (Radcliffe); m. Ann Chambers Lamb, Sept. 18, 1919; U. S. commr., 1914; judge Maxton co. ct., 1915-16; prosecuting atty. co. ct., 1919-20; mayor Maxton, 1920, 1922-23; pvt.-sergt.-lieut. F. A., U. S. A., World war 1917-19; Methodist.

CARPENTER, JOHN GRAHAM Lawyer

        Gastonia; s. l. 1903-04; b. Stanley, Feb. 27, 1883; p. Benjamin Franklin and Fannie (Mason); m. Nancy Elizabeth Brunson, Dec. 14, 1910; state sen., 1911; solicitor 14th judicial dist., 1922-; Lutheran.

†CARPENTER, LAWRENCE SIDNEY

        Crouse; s. 1916-17.

CARPENTER, MARCUS GUY

        Durham; s. 1918-19.

CARPENTER, OSCAR BENJAMIN Manufacturer

        Kings Mountain; s. p. 1904-05; Lenoir col. 1902-03; N. C. State col. 1903-04; b. Stanley, Dec. 27, 1885; p. Benjamin Franklin and Francis Lucinda (Mason); m. Pinkney Smith, June 26, 1907; Kappa Alpha; druggist, 1905-07; mercantile bus., 1907-16; cotton mill bus., 1920-; vice-pres. and sec. Mason Cotton Mills co., Kings Mtn.; sec. Daniel Morgan Mills, Cowpens, S. C.; mayor Stanley, 1908-09; register of deeds Gaston co., 1916-20; pres. Kings Mtn. chamber of commerce; Lutheran.

CARPENTER, OLLIE LEE

        Care Commercial Nat. bank, Raleigh; s. 1917-18; b. Morrisville, Oct. 25, 1898; p. R. J. and -- -- --.

CARPENTER, THOMAS BENJAMIN

        Gastonia; s. 1916-17.

CARPENTER, WILLIAM MCNEILL

        530 College st., Greenville, S. C.; s. 1922-23; B.S. Furman univ., 1922; b. Greenville, Aug. 22, 1902; p. Dr. E. W. and -- -- --.


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*CARR, ALBERT GALLATIN

        From Chapel Hill; Durham; b. Apr. 21, 1847; d. Jan. 13, 1905; A.B. 1867; M.D. Bellevue, 1870; physician and surgeon.

*CARR, ALBERT GALLATIN

        Durham; Kansas City, Mo.; New York City; b. Mar. 19, 1880; d. Sept. 21, 1919; B.S. 1902; merchant; manufacturer.

CARR, AUSTIN HEATON Manufacturer

        Durham; A.B. 1915; b. Durham, Mar. 4, 1894; p. Gen. Julian S. and Nannie Graham (Parrish); m. Laura Williamson Noell, June 8, 1918; Di Soc.; Zeta Psi; vice-pres. Durham Hosiery mills; pvt. and sergt., ordnance dept., U. S. A., 1918-19; Methodist.

CARR, CLAIBORN MCDOWELL Manufacturer

        Durham; A.B. 1905; b. Durham, Sept. 26, 1884; p. Gen. Julian S. and Nannie Graham (Parrish); m. Margaret Jordon Boylan, Nov. 15, 1911; pres. Durham Hosiery mills; vice-pres. First Nat. Bank, Durham; pres. chamber of commerce; Methodist.

CARR, CHARLES STUART Manufacturer

        707 Westover ave., Norfolk, Va.; A.B. 1898; b. Farmville, June 15, 1877; p. Albert L. and Alice (Sheppard); m. Pattie Skinner, Dec. 6, 1905; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Nu; employee Greenville Bkg. & Tr. co., 1901-16; F. S. Royster Fertilizer co., 1916-; Episcopalian.

CARR, DECOLEMAN

        1516 Elm ave., Portsmouth, Va.; pres. R.F.D. 4, Box 135, Berkley, Va.; s. 1922-23; Va. Mil. inst.; b. Portsmouth, Va., Nov. 27, 1898; p. F. D. and -- --.

*CARR, ELIAS

        From Sparta; b. Edgecombe co., Feb. 25, 1839; d. Jan 22, 1900; m. Eleanor Kearney; s. 1855-57; Univ. of Va.; farmer; pres. farmers alliance 1889-91; gov. 1893-97; C. S. A.; pres. bd. of trustees 1893-97; mem. ex officio exec. com. bd. of trustees, U. N. C.

CARR, EVANDER MCNAIR Manufacturer

        Rose Hill; s. 1891-93; b. Rose Hill, Apr. 7, 1868; p. Prof. Gibson S. and -- -- --; m. Adel Alderman; Phi Soc.; teacher 1896-1902; civil engr. 1902-07; pres. Atlantic Coffin and Casket co., 1907-; mayor Rose Hill, 1914-16; Presbyterian.

CARR, EDWARD PARRISH Fruit Grower

        Thermal, Cal.; A.B. 1896; A.M. Harvard univ. 1898; Berlin; b. Durham, Oct. 8, 1876; p. Albert Gallatin and Annie E. --; m. Fanny May Howell; U. S. dept. agri., 1902-06; Durham Hosiery mills, 1906-12; owner fruit ranch in Sou. Cal. since 1912.

CARR, FREDERICK LOUIS Banker

        303 W. Nash, Wilson; Ph.B. 1895; b. Greene co., Aug. 7, 1873; p. Titus W. and Ada Gray (Little); m. Nancy Barnes Branch, Dec. 10, 1908; Phi Beta Kappa; Sigma Nu; Phi Soc.; editor Magazine; editor-in-chief Hellenian; Latin instr., U. N. C., 1895-96; planter and merchant, 1896-1909; banker, cotton mill operator and planter, 1909-; mem. N. C. legislature, 1901-03; sec. to U. S. Sen. Lee S. Overman, 1903-09; trustee U. N. C., 1903-; Episcopalian.

CARR, GEORGE A. Dentist

        Box 126, Reno, Nev.; s. 1897-98; b. Tarboro, Sept. 21, 1880; p. Dr. I. N. and Carrie (Wells); m. Grace Shields, Sept. 17, 1918; editor Nev. State Dental Assn.; Episcopalian.

*CARR, JONAS JOHNSTON

        From Oxford; Morganton; b. Warren co., Sept. 1, 1861; d. Morganton, July 10, 1918; m. Viola Jones, Mar. 21, 1883; s. 1877-78; farmer and bookkeeper.

CARR, JAMES OSBORNE Lawyer

        Wilmington; Ph.B. 1895; s. l. 1896; b. Magnolia, Sept. 6, 1869; p. Joseph H. and Mary Susan (Dickson); m. Susan LeRoy Parsley, June 18, 1907; N. C. legislature 1899; U. S. atty. 1916-19; author: Dickson Letters, 1901, History Carr Family in Duplin Co., 1924; Presbyterian.

CARR, JOHN ROBERT

        Detroit, Mich.; pres. Durham Hosiery Mills, High Point; A.B. 1899; M.D. Johns Hapkins, 1904; b. Durham, July 7, 1878; p. Albert Galatin and Annie E. (Parrish); m. Florence Lee Heitter, Nov. 12, 1913; varsity baseball, 1899-1900; Zeta Psi; Gimghoul; Theta Nu Epsilon; Phi Sigma; Christian Science practitioner, Detroit, Mich.; Christian Scientist.

*CARR, JULIAN SHAKESPEARE

        Durham; b. Oct. 12, 1845; d. Chicago, Ill., Apr. 29, 1924; p. John Wesley and Eliza Pannil (Bullock); m. Nannie Graham, Dec. 26, 1853; s. 1862-64; A.B. 1911 as of 1866; LL.D. 1923; banker; manufacturer; trustee U. N. C.; mem. exec. com. bd. of trustees; trustee N. C. C. W., Nat. Training Sch. for Colored; Am. univ., Carolina col., Payne col., Methodist orphanage; pres. Soldiers' home; gen'l commander United Confed. Vets.; author pamphlet, Hampton Roads Conference; pvt. Lee's army, C. S. A.; Methodist.

*CARR, JULIAN SHAKESPEARE, JR. Manufacturer

        Durham; b. July 31, 1878; d. Mar. 17, 1922; A.B. 1899; s. l. 1899.

CARR, LEO Lawyer

        Burlington; A.B. 1918; s. l. 1920-21; s. s. l., 1919, '20, '21; b. Teacheys, Sept. 23, 1893; p. C. J. and Elizabeth Jane (Turner); Phi Soc.; teacher 3 yrs.; 2nd lieut. 72nd F. A., bat. 3, 11th div., U. S. A., May-Dec., 1918; Methodist.


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*CARR, LOUIS FLEMING Lawyer

        From Sampson co.; Arkansas; b. 1822; s. 1842-43.

*CARR, MATTHEW HARDY

        From Kinston; Fort Barnwell; b. Greene co., Mar. 12, 1839; d. Jan. 1913; m. Mrs. Caroline Russell Markell, 1873; s. 1857-59; M.D. Richmond Med. col., 1865; physician, 1865-70; farmer 1870-1913; lumberman 1885-90; Baptist.

CARR, MATTHEW LEE Physician

        La Grange; s. 1911-12; M.D. Med. Col. of Va. 1916; p. R. R. and Virginia -- --; m. Clara Dowdy, May, 1917.

*CARR, ROBERT EMMETT

        Chapel Hill; b. Dec. 2, 1855; d. Mar. 27, 1896; s. 1869; lawyer; merchant; journalist.

*CARR, TITUS WILLIAM

        Pitt co.; b. Feb. 27, 1841; d. Feb. 28, 1903; m. Ada Gray Little, Feb. 27, 1866; m. Dora E. Little, Sept. 1, 1887; A.B. 1863; farmer; merchant; lieut. and brevet capt., 67 N. C. inf., C. S. A.

CARR, WILLIAM FREDERICK Manufacturer

        416 Main st., Durham; Ph.B. 1903; b. Durham, Jan. 3, 1881; p. Albert Gallatin and Annie Eliza (Parrish); m. Clara Louise Carr, Nov. 6, 1913; hosiery manufacturer (Durham Hosiery mills); Methodist.

*CARR, WILLIAM MERCER GREEN

        Chapel Hill; d. 1860; s. 1857-59.

CARRAWAY, BRUCE HILLIARD

        U. S. Provision store, High Point; s. l. 1915-16; b. Kinston, Apr. 10, 1885.

*CARRAWAY, DAVIS STEPHEN

        From New Bern; Bridgewater, S. Dak.; b. Feb. 10, 1861; d. Dec. 28, 1914; m. Carolina B. Goelet. Oct 22, 1884; s. 1885-86; druggist; printer 1893-1914; chemist; Episcopalian.

CARRIGAN, ALFRED HOLT Planter

        Hope, Ark.; A.B. 1850; b. Graham, Apr. 15, 1828; p. Col. Wm. Adams and Nancy Mitchem (Holt); m. Mary Elizabeth Moore; state sen. and legislator several times; co. judge; only living member secession conv.; oldest living University alumnus; Presbyterian.

*CARRIGAN, ROBERT ADAMS

        Alamance co.; b. 1835; d. 1877; A.B. 1855; lawyer; planter; capt., C. S. A.

*CARRIGAN, WILLIAM MICHAEL

        Alamance co.; b. 1834; killed in battle, 1864; A.B. 1852; planter; lieut., C. S. A.

CARRINGTON, GEORGE LUNSFORD Physician and Surgeon

        Bryn Mawr hosp., Bryn Mawr. Pa.; A.B. 1913; s. m. 1916-18; A.M. Trinity 1916; M.D. Johns Hopkins 1918-20; b. Durham, Jan. 24, 1893; p. Sterling Ruffin and Ursula Elizabeth (Lunsford); m. Maud Easter Black, June 16, 1921; Phi Soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; Golden Fleece; varsity basketball 1910-13; editor-in-chief Tar Heel; Amphoterothen; Sigma Upsilon; prin. Lakewood sch., Durham, 1913-14; office Durham Traction co. 1914-15; resident house staff in Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins hosp., 1920-21; resident house staff in surgery, New Haven hosp. (Yale) 1921-22; chief resident Bryn Mawr hosp. 1922-; entered R. O. T. C. artillery Fort Oglethorpe Aug. 1917; transferred to S. A. T. C. med. Sept. 1918; Presbyterian.

*CARRINGTON, ISAAC C.

        Virginia; s. 1826.

*CARRINGTON, ISAAC H. C.

        Smithville, Va.; s. 1842-44.

*CARRINGTON, PAUL S.

        Smithville, Va.; s. 1813.

CARRINGTON, STERLING RUFFIN

        111 Devonshire, Boston, Mass.; A.B. 1910; M.B.A. Harvard 1912; b. Durham, Feb. 22, 1890; p. Sterling Ruffin and Ursula Elizabeth (Lunsford); m. Ida Belle Gay, Jan. 6, 1914; cashier cotton gin and compress Aug. 1912-Jan. 1913; salesman dry goods commission merchants Jan. 1913-Sept. 1913; distributor The Dictaphone, Memphis, Tenn., Sept. 1913-Sept. 1915; salesman ibid., Springfield, Mass., Sept. 1915-Sept. 1916; mgr. ibid. Boston, Mass., Sept. 1916-Mar. 1919; with Moore & Cabot (investment securities), Boston, Mass., Mar. 1919-; Presbyterian.

*CARRINGTON, TUCKER

        Virginia; s. 1815.

*CARRINGTON, WILLIAM

        Virginia; s. 1818-22.

*CARRINGTON, WILLIAM A.

        Smithville, Va.; s. 1812.

CARROLL, ADRIAN MEREDITH Lawyer

        Burlington; s. 1915-17; s. l. 1920-21; V. M. I.; b. Burlington, June 20, 1898; p. Wm. H. and Sarah Elizabeth (Turren tine); m. Oct. 19, 1922; Phi Delta Theta; civil engr. 1917-20; lawyer Burlington 1921-; N. C. N. G. 1914-16; world war, enlisted Dec. 12, 1917; assigned to co. "M" 23rd engrs.; active service France; discharged June 21, 1919 as 1st sergt.; Mason; Knight Templar; Christian.

CARROLL, BRYANT S. Student

        Winterville; s. 1920-22; Univ. of Fla.; Atlanta Sou. Dental col. 1923-; b. Winterville, Oct. 5, 1902; p. William McKinley and Sarah (Redding); varsity track; Baptist.

CARROLL, CURTIS CALVIN

        Mizpah; A.B. 1923; b. Mizpah, Feb. 24, 1900; p. D. V. and Sallie A. --.


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CARROLL, DUNCAN MCCOLL Chemist

        Bennettsville, S. C.; pres. 327 N. 2nd st., Arkansas City, Kans.; s. 1916-17; B.S. in Chem.; 1919-21; Citadel 1913-16; b. Bennettsville, S. C., Feb. 20, 1897; p. H. W. and Alexa Thomas (McColl); Alpha Chi Sigma; U. S. A. Nov. 30, 1917-Dec. 19, 1918; Kelly Field, Tex., Garden City, N. Y., and Salisbury Plains, England; promoted sergt. 1st class; acting sergt.-maj.; acting post sergt.-maj. overseas; 2nd lieut air service, comm. expires Apr. 19, 1925; Baptist.

*CARROLL, EUGENE

        From Chapel Hill; Richmond, Va.; b. Warrenton, Va., July 28, 1878; s. 1894-95; library work.

CARROLL, HARDY ABRAM Teacher

        Mizpah; pres. King; s. 1911-12; A.B. Guilford 1914; b. Danbury, Feb. 24, 1891; p. DeWitt Valentine and Sallie Anne (Lewis); m. Burtie Ellen Dix, June 21, 1922; varsity track, Di Soc.; prin. Gatesville H. S. 1914-15; Y. M. C. A. sec. Youngstown, Ohio, 1915-16; prin. Mtn. View Inst. 1916-17, 1920-21; prin. Rural Hall acad. 1917-18, 1919-20; prin. Westfield H. S. 1921-22; prin. King H. S. 1922-23; World War; entered May 9, 1918; discharged Aug. 2, 1919; 54th inf. 6th M. P., 6th train. hdqts.; pvt. to 2nd lieut. in chemical warfare service; Baptist.

CARROLL, JAMES ANTHONY Realtor

        295 Cumberland ave., Asheville; s. 1918-20; b. Asheville, Apr. 18, 1902; p. Dr. John Lemuel and Ora Lillian (Reynolds); salesman Selznick Pictures corp. 1920-23; realtor with Forbes and co., Asheville, Mar.-Sept. 1923; ibid. firm Chapman and Carroll, Asheville, Sept. 1923-; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C., 1918; Methodist.

CARROLL, JUDSON C.

        683 Peachtree st., Atlanta, Ga.; s. 1892-95; N. C. State Col. of A. & E. 1891-92; p. O. J. and Mary A. --; m. Leila Morris, Dec., 1902; sou. mgr. Va.-Car. Chem. co., Atlanta, Ga., 1895-.

*CARROLL, JOHN LEMUEL Minister

        From Kenansville; Chapel Hill; b. 1837; d. June 26, 1895; A.B. 1863; A.M. 1866; D.D. 1886; Baptist.

CARROLL, MILES HOGUE

        219 E. Liberty st., York, S. C.; s. 1921-23; b. York, S. C., Nov. 11, 1904; p. John Ervin and Iva (Hogue); Pi Kappa Alpha; compulsory attendance officer, York co., S. C., dept. of educ. 1923-; Presbyterian.

CARROLL, WILLIAM HOUSTON Lawyer

        Burlington; A.B. 1886; b. Duplin co., Sept. 30, 1862; p. George W. and Mary White (Houston); m. Sarah E. Turrentine, Jan. 28, 1891; Phi Delta Theta; mem. gen'l. assem.; city atty; atty. Alamance co.; Mason; Red Man; Junior; Christian.

*CARROW, SAMUEL TOPPING

        Beaufort; s. 1882-83.

CARSON, BOYCE GALLOWAY

        R. F. D. 1, Kings Mt.; A.B. 1924; b. Gastonia, Jan. 29, 1900; p. Cyrus Steele and Sarah Etta (Morrow); Di Soc.; Presbyterian.

*CARSON, HUGH

        Lexington; s. 1804.

‡CARSON, HENRY CLAY Physician

        Osaka, Va.; s. 1898; M.D. Col. of Physicians and Surgeons; b. Sparta, Oct. 10, 1870; p. Thomas Jefferson and Catherine (Thompson); m. Winnie Neikirk; industrial work, 1910-; Methodist.

CARSON, JESSE COLUMBUS Educator

        Germanton; s. 1903-05; b. Pitt co., Nov. 3, 1876; p. Richard James Wilks and Lydia (James); m. Irene Jackson, Mar. 7, 1909; Phi Soc.; prin. Bethel H. S. 1905-06; ibid. Farmer Inst. 1906-07; ibid. Germanton H. S. 1907-15; register of deeds Stokes co. 1916-18; supt. public instruction ibid., 1919-; Pythian; Junior; Methodist.

*CARSON, JOSEPH L.

        Rutherfordton; m. Mary Sloane; s. l. 1866-67.

*CARSON, JAMES MCENTIRE Lawyer

        Rutherfordton; b. 1871; d. Jan. 8, 1924; s. 1894-96; s. l. 1903; Wake Forest col.; solicitor 18th judicial dist.; trustee U. N. C.; Presbyterian.

*CARSON, JAMES PETTIGRU

        Charleston, S. C.; d. June, 1923; s. 1863; A.B. 1911 as of 1865; Columbia univ.; C. S. A.

CARSON, MAUD CRAIG Missionary

        Dzon Dao school, Soochow, China; A.B. 1918; Queens col. 1914-17; Biblical seminary 1920-22; Columbia univ. 1922; Soochow univ. 1923-24; b. Charlotte, July 27, 1897; p. James Edward and Sarah (McAlister); varsity basketball Queen's col.; teacher Winston-Salem H. S. 1918-20; missionary 1923-; prin. Dzon Dao sch. 1924; Presbyterian.

*CARSON, ROBERT Physician

        Iredell co.; s. 1818.

CARSON, ROY ADYLINE Farmer

        Bethel; s. p. 1907-08; p. W. G. and Fannie Briley; m. Allie Hester, Williston, Fla.; U. S. N. 1918-19.

CARSON, ROBERT E. LEE

        Bethel; pres. Haydenville, Ohio; B.S. 1922; M.S. Univ. of Ala., 1923; b. Bethel, Jan. 23, 1901; p. J. Rufus and Mamie (Ward); employee Nat. Fire Proofing co.


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CARSON, RAY GENTRY

        Taylorsville; s. 1920; Lincoln Memorial univ.; George Washington univ.; b. Taylorsville, Oct. 13, 1901; p. J. R. and Clem (Childress); Baptist.

CARSON, ROBERTS POINSETT Accountant

        231 Marion ave., Spartanburg, S. C.; s. 1905-06; Wofford col.; b. Spartanburg, S. C., Dec. 12, 1887; p. Ralph Kennedy and Katherine (Bonneau): m. Mattie James, June 17, 1914; Chi Phi; stenog. Tacapau mills 1909-16; office mgr. Erlanger Cotton Mills co., 1916-22; asst. treas. Wachovia Bank, Asheville, 1922; res. mgr. Jas. A. Winn, C. P. A. Spartanburg, S. C., 1924; Episcopalian.

‡CARSWELL, GUY THOMAS

        Wake Forest; s. 1915-16; b. Morganton, Aug. 29, 1895; p. A. H. and -- --.

CARSWELL, RANSOM FRED

        Morganton; s. p. 1915-16; b. Morganton, Sept. 16, 1893; p. A. H. and -- --.

*CARTER, ARCHIBALD GRAYSON

        From Caswell co.; Mocksville, N. C.; b. 1801; d. 1887; A.B. 1820; lawyer; planter; mem. gen'l assem., 1832.

CARTER, CARNIE BLAKE

        Mellon inst., Pittsburgh, Pa.; B.S. 1913; M.S. 1914; Ph.D. 1916; b. Fayetteville, Nov. 20, 1890; p. James Henry Orlendo and Maggie (Williams); m. Myrtice Ray Greenwood, Jan. 1, 1918; Alpha Chi Sigma; with Mellon Inst. of Industrial Research, conducting investigations in various industrial fields, 1916-; mem. Am. Chem. soc.; Episcopalian.

CARTER, CHARLES CLARENCE

        1412 Mill st., Wilkinsburg, Pa.; s. 1916-17; b. Morganton, Oct. 1, 1897; p. J. H. O. and -- --.

CARTER, CHARLES WILLIAM Farmer

        Fairfield; s. 1890-91; b. Fairfield, Jan. 10, 1872; chmn. bd. co. commrs.

*CARTER, DAVID MILLER

        Hyde co.; b. Jan. 12, 1830; d. Baltimore, Md., Jan. 7, 1877; A.B. 1851; lawyer; planter; mem. house of c. 1864; col. C. S. A.; asso. judge on Jackson's ct.; trustee U. N. C. 1864-68; exec. com. bd. of trustees.

CARTER, DAVID VANCE Teacher

        Liberty; A.B. 1917; Columbia univ.; b. Chatham co., Dec. 10, 1889; p. Henry Calvin and Martha Marie (Johnson); m. Jessie DeJarnette Burge, Sept. 2, 1922; 322nd inf. A. E. F. 1918-19; Mason; Christian.

CARTER, D. W. Farmer and Merchant

        R. F. D. 5, Fayetteville; s. 1893-95.

*CARTER, EUGENE DOUGLAS Lawyer

        Asheville; b. May 18, 1856; d. Oct. 9, 1898; s. 1875-77; N. C. solicitor.

CARTER, EMERSON LEROY

        Hickory; s. 1919-20; Mars Hill col.; b. Burnsville, Mar. 27, 1897; p. H. J. and --.

*CARTER, EDWIN PRESTON Farmer

        Fairfield; b. Mar. 22, 1874; s. 1891-93.

*CARTER, FRANCIS MARION

        Carter co., Mo.; A.B. 1862; C. S. A.

CARTER, FRANK WINFRED Merchant

        Maxton; s. 1911-12; p. John Wesley and Lena B.; m. Mary Wesley, Aug. 14, 1922.

CARTER, GEORGE KALLAM Dentist

        Taylorsville; s. 1915-16; Atlanta Sou. Dental col.; b. Caldwell co., July 31, 1895; p. George Hill and Nanie M. (Kallam); m. Mamie Thompson Koon, May 18, 1916; Methodist.

CARTER, HENRY CLAY, III Realtor

        Harvey st., Washington; pres. Atlantic Realty co., Petersburg, Va.; s. 1917; b. New York City, Dec. 10, 1897; p. Dr. Henry Walton and Lula Alice (Rawls); Kappa Sigma; varsity football; with Atlantic Coast Realty co., Petersburg, Va.; Elk; Episcopalian.

CARTER, HENRY CLAY, JR. Lawyer

        Washington; s. 1903-04; Trinity; b. Fairfield, Oct. 8, 1883; p. Henry Clay and Robena (Spencer); m. Lucile Thorne Nicholson, Nov. 8, 1908; co. atty. 1907-09; city atty. 1909-23; Methodist.

CARTER, HENRY WALTON Physician

        Washington; s. 1889-91; s. m. 1891-92; M.D. Univ. of Va., 1895; b. Fairfield, Nov. 15, 1871; specialist, eye, ear, nose, and throat diseases.

*CARTER, JESSE Physician

        From Milton; Mobile, Ala.; b. 1807; A.B. 1825; M.D. Phila. Med. col.

*CARTER, JOHN EDWIN

        Mount Airy; b. June 26, 1893; d. May 11, 1923; p. William Franklin and Annie (Hollingsworth); m. Annie Corinne Fulton, Oct. 4, 1922; s. l. 1915; Davidson, 1911-15; maj. N. C. N. G. 1917-22; 2nd and 1st lieut. 81st div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

CARTER, JOSEPH HOLLINGSWORTH Minister

        Gwyn ave., Elkin; s. l. 1910-11; B.S. Davidson; Union Theo. sem., Richmond; b. Mount Airy, Aug. 12, 1886; p. William F. and Annie (Hollinsworth); m. Elizabeth Bright, Sept. 1914; govt. service 1913-20; journalism 1920-23; minister 1923-; active in Surry co. civil activities; Mason; Junior; Presbyterian.

CARTER, JAMES WASHINGTON

        Morganton; A.B. 1913; b. Morganton, Sept. 13, 1888.

CARTER, KENNETH WILLIAM

        Box 27, Pullman, Wash.; s. 1905-07.


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*CARTER, MELVILLE E.

        From Madison co.; Asheville, N. C.; b. Feb. 27, 1843; d. May, 1895; m. Susie Rawles, June 26, 1877; s. 1868; lawyer; mem. gen'l assem. 1876, '81, '89; coll. int. revenue, 1893-97; capt., co. "A" 64th N. C. reg., C. S. A.

CARTER, MELVILLE EDMONDSON

        32 N. French Broad ave., Asheville; s. 1907-08.

CARTER, RAY Bookkeeper

        Wallace; s. 1922-23; b. Wallace, Feb. 9, 1905; p. N. H. and Lou P. (Boney); Presbyterian.

CARTER, ROBERT EDWARD

        Middleton; s. 1886-88.

CARTER, SAMUEL Druggist

        Salisbury; s. p. 1904-05; b. Ruffin, June 6, 1884; p. Charles Samuel and Julia Ann; m. Mary Elizabeth Briggs, Jan. 17, 1917; mem. firm Carter and Trotter, Inc., druggists, Salisbury; pres. Salisbury chamber of commerce; Kiwanian; Pythian; Methodist.

CARTER, SAMUEL KING

        Reidsville; s. 1918-19.

CARTER, THOMAS CLIFFORD Lawyer

        Mebane; s. s. l. 1913; Guilford col.; b. Alamance co., Nov. 6, 1892; p. David Fillmore and Nancy (Teague); m. Lucy Dixon, Dec. 21, 1913; teacher 4 yrs.; lawyer 1914-; Mason; Junior.

CARTER, WALTER Electrical Engineer

        1208 N. Main st., Salisbury; B.S. 1912; b. Ruffin, Aug. 19, 1889; p. Charles Samuel and Julia Ann (Travis); track team; gym. team; electrical engr. Gen. Elec. co., Lynn, Mass., 1912-13; ibid. Pierson and Goodrich, Engrs., New York City, 1914-15; ibid. DuPont Powder co., Hopewell, Va., 1915-16; ibid. A. H. Guion and co., Gastonia, 1916-17; electrical work firm name Walter Carter, Electrical Engr. and Contractor, 1919-; Kiwanian; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut. 306th engrs. 81st div. 1917-19; Mason; Elk; Methodist.

CARTER, WALTER A., JR.

        Goldsboro; s. 1922-23; b. Goldsboro, Sept. 23, 1905; p. Walter A. and Ada (Wooten); employee Coop. Tob. assn., Warsaw, 1 season; now advertising agent.

*CARTER, WILLIAM BROWN

        From Caswell co.; Stokes co.; b. 1814; A.B. 1834; lawyer; planter.

*CARTER, WILLIAM FRANKLIN

        From Mocksville; Rockingham co.; b. 1828; d. Mar., 1856; m. Cora Isora Galloway, 1850; A.B. 1846; lawyer; planter.

*CARTHY, THOMAS

        North Carolina; s. 1820.

CARTWRIGHT, CLINTONIA RICHARDSON Teacher

        Elizabeth City; s. 1903-04; Southwest (Va.) Institute; b. Elizabeth City. Dec. 13, 1861; p. Samuel and Margaret (Scott); Episcopalian.

CARVER, FLEMIEL OSCAR Lawyer

        Roxboro; s. 1894-97; s. l. 1897-98; b. Person co., Apr. 17, 1877; p. James A. and Ella (Brooks); m. Eula Reames, Dec. 25, 1907; N. C. sen. 1909; Odd Fellow; Pythian; Methodist.

*CARVER, GORDON ATKINSON

        From Marion Station, Md.; Concord; b. Mar. 7, 1886; d. Dec. 11, 1918; m. Mabel May Reid, Feb. 16, 1914; s. l. 1913; A.B. Western Maryland 1909; Univ. of Mich., 1911; Washington and Lee univ. 1912-13; lawyer; teacher.

CARVER, MARVIN JEFFERSON

        Rougemont; s. 1921-22; Trinity col.; b. Rougemont, Mar. 19, 1902; p. H. L. and -- --.

CARWILL, JAMES LEANDER

        Autreville; s. 1919-20; Erskine col.; b. Autreville, Nov. 7, 1902; p. Frank A. and -- --.

CASH, THOMAS HAMILTON Teacher

        1128 Patterson ave., Winston-Salem; s. 1901-03; b. Smith Grove. Oct. 17, 1878; p. Dr. Leonard H. and Sarah Jane (Holman); m. Rosa McKaughan, Dec. 21, 1905; Di Soc.; track team; prin. graded sch. Winston-Salem; supt. Forsyth co. schools; Mason; Junior; Pythian; Methodist.

‡CASHE, JAMES ALBERT, JR., Tobacconist

        Apex; s. 1920-22; Elon col.; b. Louisburg, Sept. 16, 1899; p. J. A. and Annie (Beasley).

CASHETT, CYRUS EVERETT

        Jamestown; s. 1917-18; b. Jamestown, Nov. 19, 1898; p. William and -- --.

CASHETT, IVEY WESLEY

        1027 10th st., N. W., Washington, D. C.; s. a. 1916-17; s. l. 1920-21; b. Jamestown, July 26, 1893; p. W. H. and -- --.

CASON, HENRY MERCHANT SHAW Physician

        Edenton; s. m. 1895-96; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1899; b. Edenton, Feb. 29, 1876.

CASPER, ROY MADISON Design Engineer

        916 S. ave., Wilkinsburg, Pa.;B.S. 1922; b. Salisbury, Feb. 2, 1901; p. James Monroe and Frances Lillie (Peeler); Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Zeta Nu; design engr. power engineering dept., Westinghouse co.; Lutheran.

CASSEL, ARTHUR SAMUEL Druggist

        1326 Sunset drive, Winston-Salem; Ph.G. 1915; b. Dalton, Dec. 11, 1891; p. Robert


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Barney and Mary Ida (Turner); m. Alice Hubbard, Apr. 7, 1915; pharmacist since 1914; Methodist.

CASTELLOE, ALLEN THURMAN Lawyer

        Aulander; A.B. 1916; s. l. Wake Forest 1917; LL.B. Harvard, 1922; b. Hertford co., Aug. 1, 1892; p. Wm. H. and Octavia (Mitchell); m. Sallie Hollowell, Jan. 1916; pres. Aulander Brick co., 1918; pres. Farmers' Bank, Inc., 1922; dir. Bank of Aulander 1918; lawyer 1917; state sen. 3rd N. C. dist. 1923; mayor Aulander 1917; mem. trustees city schs. Aulander, 1918-23; Shriner; Baptist.

CASTELLOE, COLA Naval Officer

        Care Bureau of Nav., Navy dept., Wash., D. C.; s. m. 1913-15; A.B. Wake Forest col. 1911; A.M. ibid. 1912; M.D. Univ. of Penna., 1917; b. Aulander, Dec. 7, 1886; p. William Henery and Cecelia Octavia (Mitchell); m. Hazel Gertrude Forbes. Sept. 6, 1921; interne Univ. of Pa. hosp. 1917; lieut. (j.g.) med. corps U. S. N. 1917-18; lieut. (temp.) ibid. 1918-20; lieut. ibid. 1920-; lieut. (j.g.)-lieut. med. corps hosp. and troopship service U. S. N. 1917-19.

CASTOR, FRANK STEVENS

        Concord; s. 1919-20; b. Concord, Sept. 25, 1899; p. D. B. and -- --.

*CASWELL, RICHARD W.

        Lenoir co.; s. 1799.

*CATES, ADDISON

        Chapel Hill; s. 1869.

*CATES, ALONZO ENOCH

        Swepsonville; b. Jan. 1, 1875; d. June 3, 1916; s. a. 1897-98; s. m. 1899-1900; Univ. of Colo.; 2 yrs. study in Vienna, Austria; pres. St. Joseph hosp. 1904; physician Indian territory 1907-08; ibid. Mecum, Utah, 1908-12; resident Arizona and Texas, 1912-16; Baptist.

CATES, CLARENCE COLUMBUS

        Edenton; s. 1920-22; b. Edenton, Mar. 3, 1903; p. J. W. and -- --.

*CATES, CALEB GILMER Teacher

        From Rock Springs; Dallas, Tex.; b. 1859; d. Oct. 4, 1913; Ph.B. 1889.

‡CATES, CAREY HARRY

        Hillsboro; s. 1918; b. Orange co., Dec. 9, 1897; p. N. A. and Mary (Duie); football; S. A. T. C.

CATES, CLAUDE HOLT Druggist

        Burlington; s. a. 1899-02; s. p. 1902-03; b. Alamance co., July 27, 1881; p. Wm. M. and Roxana I. (Thompson); m. Ella L. Cheek, June 8, 1904; drug clerk 1903-07; drug store mgr. 1907-13; asst. postmaster 1913-19; furn. busi. 1919-22; mgr. drug bus. 1923-; Baptist.

CATES, CLYDE LUCIUS Teacher

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1912; b. Chapel Hill, Dec. 26, 1890; p. A. F. and Minnie Carolyne (Lloyd); m. Eva Hoagan, July 14, 1914; Di Soc.; Wadesboro chamber of commerce; Baptist.

CATES, CLAUDIA MAE

        Chapel Hill; s. 1919-20; b. Chapel Hill, Jan. 26, 1898; p. A. F. and Minnie Carolyne (Lloyd).

*CATES, HUDSON

        Chapel Hill; d. Apr. 1918; s. 1869.

*CATES, HENRY P.

        Shreveport, La.; killed in battle, Civil war; s. 1857-58 or 1858-59; capt. C. S. A.

CATES, JOHN LLOYD

        Burlington; s. l. 1920-21; b. Burlington, Nov. 8, 1899; p. Claud and -- --.

CATES, JOHN WILLIAM, JR.

        Edenton; s. 1920-22; b. Edenton, Nov. 5, 1901; p. John W. and -- --.

CATES, OLA PERMELIA

        (See Cheek, Mrs. L. R.).

‡CATES, RUTILIUS P.

        Shreveport, La.; s. 1857-58.

CATHCART, JOHN HARRIS

        Winnsboro, S. C.; A.B. 1924; b. Sept. 24, 1902; p. J. H. and -- --.

CATHEY, ROBERT ALEXANDER

        S. Fulton st., Salisbury; pres. E. Main st., Port Jerris, N. Y.; s. 1918-21; b. Statesville, July 15, 1899; p. Joseph P. and Cora (Lee); employee highway engr. dept.,N. C. highway comm.; ibid. N. Y. dept. of highways; Presbyterian.

CATHEY, SAMUEL MURSTON Student

        Asheville; pres. Chapel Hill; A.B. 1923; s. l. 1924; b. Fletchers, Feb. 9, 1894; p. Homer Johnson and Cornelia (McCracken); Di Soc.; Epsilon Phi Delta; Chi Tau; Phi Alpha Delta; Methodist.

CATHEY, WILTON Teacher

        R.F.D. 5, Charlotte; pres. Chapel Hill; A.B. 1923; b. Charlotte, Feb. 27, 1900; p. George A. and Mary Frances (Clark); Presbyterian.

CATHEY, WILLIAM CECIL Civil Engineer

        Care S. C. Highway dept., Orangeburg, S. C.; Ph.B. 1905; b. Mecklenburg co., Feb. 22, 1879; p. Alexander and Margaret Elizabeth (Stewart); engr. dept. Sou. ry. 1905-08; bridge dept. S. A. L. ry., 1908-15; employee Sou. ry. 1915-17; bridge dept. S. A. L. 1918; div. engr. S. C. state highway comm. 1919-; capt. Q. M. C. dept. emergency fleet corp. 1918-19; Presbyterian.


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CATLETT, GEORGE FITZHUGH Sanitary Engineer

        State Board of Health, Raleigh; s. 1900-03; b. Wilmington, Sept. 21, 1883; p. Washington and Margaret (McIlhenny); m. Lillian Styron, Sept. 2, 1913; Am. Chem. & Textile Col. co., Wilmington, 1903; asst. state chemist 1904-05; engr. Carolina Truck Dev. co., Wilmington, 1906; Western Elec. co., New York, 1907-12; sanitary engr. health and water dept. Wilmington, 1912-20; ibid. state bd. of health 1920-; served May 1917-Aug. 1919 as capt. of engrs. U. S. A. 18 mos. in France; with 26th engrs. water supply service; Episcopalian.

CATO, ALMA ODESKA

        Chapel Hill; pres. Pleasant Garden; s. 1920-21; Bessie Tift col.; p. J. H. and --.

CATON, GEORGE ADAMS Physician

        New Bern; s. 1893-94; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1898; Berlin, Germany; b. Pamlico co., Dec. 4, 1871; p. John Scott and Catherine (De Lany); m. Katie Monk, Nov. 3, 1898; physician; builder Fairview hosp.; mem. Craven co. and N. C. med. socs.; ibid. Seaboard med. soc.; Tri-State Med. soc.; Anglo-Am. Med. assn., Berlin, Germany; Redman; Woodman; K. of C.; Catholic.

CATON, GEORGE ALLEN, JR.

        New Bern; s. 1920-21; b. New Bern, Mar. 15, 1901; p. G. A. and -- --.

CAUBLE, DAVID ZINIRI Chemist

        Reepsville; s. 1899-1902; b. Reepsville, Aug. 15, 1880.

CAUDELL, PAUL JAMES Lawyer

        St. Pauls; pres. Wake Forest; s. 1920-21; LL.B. Wake Forest, 1924; b. Mocksville, Feb. 1903; p. P. J. and Mary M. --; Baptist.

CAUDLE, JAMES ELVIN

        R. F. D. 4, Raleigh; A.B. 1924; b. Dec. 15, 1901; p. T. J. and -- --; Baptist.

CAUDLE, LEONIDAS LAFAYETTE Realtor

        204 Kinney bldg., Charlotte; s. l. 1905-07; m. Ina Roddye.

‡CAUDLE, RUFUS GEORGE

        Ivanhoe, Va.; s. 1893-94.

CAUTHEN, FRANK MERRIMAN

        Roanoke, Ala.; s. 1921-22; b. Roanoke, Ala., Feb. 1, 1903; p. H. H. and -- --.

*CAVE, BELFIELD WILLIAM Lawyer

        From Chapel Hill; Thomasville, Ga.; b. 1826; d. 1856; A.B. 1848; A.M. 1852.

CAVENESS, HUGH LYNN Teacher

        Plymouth; g. s. 1920-21; A.B. Trinity, 1919; b. Coleridge, Jan. 1, 1896; p. Dr. A. H. and Mary Ann (Dorsett); m. Nellie Eugenia Cole, July 5, 1922; worked for Randolph co. in revaluation and reassessment personal and real property 1919-20; science teacher Plymouth H. S. 1921-22; prin. 1922-23; served in 156th depot brigade. 14th co., Camp Jackson, S. C., and Camp Sevier, S. C., Sept. 6, 1917 Nov. 30, 1918; 2nd lieut., June 30, 1918; Methodist.

CAVENESS, ZEBULON MARVIN Physician

        1804 Hillsboro st., Raleigh; M.D. 1903; New York Post Grad. hosp.; b. Randolph co., July 19, 1876; p. Isaac F. and Mary A. (Bray); m. Carrinna Jones, Raleigh, Dec. 27, 1904; co. physician Wake co., 1917-22; Mason; Civitan; Baptist.

CAVINESS, HERMAN CUMMINGS Lawyer

        Newland; s. l. 1906-08; Guilford col.; b. Richmond co., Jan. 23, 1887; p. Dr. J. W. and M. E. (Cummings); m. Gladys E. Benbow, June, 1904; atty. Wilkes co. 1908-10; N. C. gen'l assem., 1911; Mason; Methodist.

CAVINESS, VERNE STRUDWICK Physician

        3rd Floor Masonic temple, Raleigh; s. m. 1917-19; A.B. Trinity col. 1915; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1921; b. Hillsboro, Feb. 9, 1895; p. Rev. D. N. and Nora (Cummings); Omega Upsilon Phi; physician to Mary Elizabeth hosp.; M. E. R. C. 1918; Mason; Methodist.

CECIL, ARAS COKE Chemist

        110 Best st., High Point; pres. care Vick Chem. co., Greensboro; Phar. Chem. 1919; b. High Point, Feb. 11, 1897; p. Alpheus and -- --; with Vick Chem. co., Greensboro.

*CHADBOURN, GEORGE

        From Wilmington; Lowell, Mass.; b. 1879; d. Nov. 21, 1901; B.S. 1900.

CHADWICK, EDWIN

        Beaufort, S. C.; s. 1882-83.

CHADWICK, DAVID NICHOLAS, JR. Oil Operator

        Wilmington; s. 1901-03; Eastern Bus. col.; b. Wilmington, Nov. 19, 1883; p. David N. and Lina (R); m. Ethel H., Dec. 4, 1912; clerk Murchison Bank 1904-05; clerk A. C. L. ry. 1906-08; sec. Fidelity Trust co., 1911-16; sec.-treas. Taylor Fisheries, 1916-20; sec.-treas. Seminole Fertz. and Oil co., 1917-21; managing trustee Carolina Texas Oil and Gas Trust, Lands, Texas, 1921-23; managing trustee Caro. Tex. Oil co., 1923-; comm. finance Wilmington, 1914-15; chmn. bd. elections, New Hanover co., 1917-21; Elk; Mason; Presbyterian.

†CHAFFE, LUCY PRYOR

        New Orleans, La.; s. 1915-16.

CHALFANT, HARRY BAILEY Physician

        Dilks bldg., Pitman, N. J.; s. 1903-04; M.D. Hahnemann Med. col. 1908; Princeton univ.; g. s. Jefferson Med. col.; b. Phila., Pa., June 8, 1883; p. William B. (D.D.) and Maria V. (VanDorn); m.


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Elva Story, July 27, 1911; 6th Pa. inf. 1904-07; 2nd troop Phila. cavalry 1907-10; 1st N. J. N. G. 1st lieut. med. corps 1916-17; 1st lieut.-capt. med. corps 42nd div. and 4th army corps A. E. F. 1917-19; Methodist.

*CHALMERS, CHARLES Physician

        Fayetteville; s. 1826; trustee, U. N. C.

*CHALMERS, DAVID Planter

        Virginia; b. 1805; d. 1875; s. 1821; mem. Va. legislature.

*CHALMERS, JAMES

        Virginia; killed in battle, Civil War; s. 1847-48; C. S. A.

*CHALMERS, JOHN A. Physician

        Chapel Hill; s. 1829-31.

*CHALMERS, JOHN G. Physician

        From Virginia; Texas; s. 1821.

*CHALMERS, JAMES RONALD Lawyer

        From Virginia; Knoxville, Tenn.; s. 1816; atty.-gen. Tenn.; Tenn. gen. assem.

*CHALMERS, JOSEPH WILLIAMS Teacher

        From Halifax co., Va.; Farmville, Va.; b. Apr. 18, 1844; s. 1861-62; A.B. 1911 as of 1864; C. S. A.

*CHALMERS, WILLIAM MAURY Teacher

        From Halifax co., Va.; Cleveland, Tenn.; b. Indianville, Va., Oct. 4, 1845; s. 1861-63; A.B. 1911 as of 1865; A.B. Randolph-Macon, 1865; prin. H. S.; pres. Columbus col., Ky.; C. S. A.

CHAMBERLAIN, CLAUDE SPENCER Druggist

        412 W. Vernon ave., Kinston; s. 1898-99; Ph.B. Univ. of Md. 1901; b. Durham, Sept. 9, 1879; p. Spencer W. and Olivia Lee (Hart); m. Laura Braxton, Jan. 21, 1903; track team; Phi Soc.; druggist; traveling salesman; sec.-treas. Kinston Ins. and Loan co.; chief Kinston fire dept.; lieut.-comdr. N. C. naval brigade; mem. Kinston chamber of commerce; Kinston Merchants' assn.; Mason; Knight Templar; Episcopalian.

*CHAMBERS, EDWARD COKE

        Montgomery co.; b. 1831; A.B. 1850; A. M.; teacher; physician; mem. gen'l assem., Tenn.; lieut., C. S. A.

*CHAMBERS, EDWARD R.

        Lunenburg C. H., Va.; s. 1813.

*CHAMBERS, HENRY Physician

        Salisbury; s. 1803-06; mem. house of commons, 1816.

CHAMBERS, HARDY SUSONG Merchant

        14 Carolina apts., Asheville; s. 1908-10; b. Buncombe co., Mar. 19, 1889; p. J. K. and Eva (Susong); m. Dorothy Tracey, Sept. 14, 1921; shoe inspector Q. M. C.; Pythian; Methodist.

*CHAMBERS, JOHN SAMUEL Physician

        Montgomery co.; b. 1832; killed near Springfield, Mo., 1862; A.B. 1854; lieut. C. S. A.

CHAMBERS, LENOIR Journalist

        Care The Daily News, Greensboro; A.B. 1914; Columbia Univ. Sch. of Journalism; b. Charlotte, Dec. 26, 1891; p. Joseph Lenoir and Grace Singleton (Dewey); varsity football, basketball, tennis; editor Tar Heel; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Golden Fleece; Phi Beta Kappa; teacher 1914-16; asst. prof. Journalism U. N. C. 1919-21; Greensboro Daily News, 1921-; 1st lieut. 52nd inf. 6th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

*CHAMBERS, MAXWELL Physician

        Salisbury; A.B. 1809.

*CHAMBERS, ROBERT AZARIAH

        Pekin; b. 1833; d. 1866; A.B. 1853; M.D., Univ. of N. Y.

CHAMBERS, SIDNEY C. Lawyer

        Durham; s. l. 1903; b. Yonkers, N. Y., Apr. 30, 1878; p. William Gore and Lida (McIntosh); m. Lucy Ball Wright, July 12, 1919; city atty. Durham 1910-13, 1919; 1st lieut. 1907; capt. 1908; lieut.-col. 1917 N. C. N. G.; lieut.-col. 113th F. A. 30th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Methodist.

*CHAMBERS, SAMUEL D.

        Person co.; s. 1838-40.

*CHAMBLISS, WALTER BLOW

        Hicksford, Va.; b. 1844; d. Mar. 24, 1886; s. 1862-64; A.B. 1911 as of 1866; lieut. C. S. A.

‡CHAMPION, HERBERT O. Druggist

        Mooresville; s. p. 1921-22; Ph.G. Sou. Col. of Phar.; b. Mooresville, Mar. 4, 1895; p. Dr. C. O. and -- --.

CHAMPION, JOHN DIXON Teacher

        Fuquay Springs; s. 1898-1900; Trinity col. 1892-93; b. Harnett co., June 27, 1872; p. James and Nancy (Hockaday); m. May Ola Jones, June 5, 1904; j. p. 20 yrs.; Methodist.

*CHANDLER, THEODORE SOLOMON Pharmacist

        From Virgilina, Va.; Oxford; s. p. 1905-06.

CHANDLER, WILLIAM G. Lawyer

        Candler; s. l. 1854-55; N. C. gen'l assem. 1865, '68, '74, '97.

CHANEY, JOHN FRANCIS

        Chester, S. C.; B.S. 1924; b. July 7, 1903; p. E. P. and -- --; Methodist.

*CHAPIN, LILLIAS BURDETTE

        From Aurora; Duke; s. l. 1886-87.

CHAPIN, WILLIAM BURDETTE Physician

        Pittsboro; M.D. 1909; grad. N. Y. Post Graduate Med. sch.; A.B. N. C. State


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Col. of A. & E., 1904; b. Pittsboro, Sept. 24, 1883; p. Dr. H. T. and Annie (Foushee); m. Foy Fike, Apr. 24, 1905; Phi Chi; Baptist.

CHAPMAN, BYRON VIVIAN Lawyer

        Newberry, S. C.; s. l. 1909-10.

CHAPMAN, DAVID SIMEON Druggist

        210 Watts st., Durham; Ph.G. 1907; b. Pitt co., Aug. 4, 1881; p. Raymond G. and Martha E. (Purser); m. Emma Moring Faucette, Jan. 28, 1916; druggist Greenville 1907-12; ibid. Durham, 1912-; Methodist.

CHAPMAN, J. WOODLEY

        208 W. 7th st., Charlotte; s. 1919-21; b. Charlotte, July 20, 1901; p. William Robert and Feriba (Sloan).

CHAPMAN, LEICESTER Realtor and Insurance

        392 Charlotte st., Asheville; s. 1914-17; b. Asheville, July 1, 1896; p. Shephard H. and Minnie Taylor (Reynolds); employee Holmwood Realty co., Asheville, 6 mos.; auditor and supt. Santiago terminal Sinclair Cuba Oil co., 1919-20; vice-pres. and gen. mgr. Rathfarnham co., 1920-22; mem. firm Chapman and Carroll, real estate and ins., 1923-; 2nd lieut. F. A. Camp Jackson and Ft. Sill, U. S. A. 1917-19; Episcopalian.

CHAPMAN, LAURIE JOHN Merchant

        Grifton; s. 1878-79; b. Craven co., Jan. 24, 1859; farmer; merchant.

CHAPMAN, LLOYD JAMES

        Grifton; s. 1919-20; Atlantic Christian col.; b. Grifton, Nov. 5, 1899; p. L. J. and -- --.

*CHAPMAN, SAMUEL EDWARD Physician

        New Bern; b. 1807; d. 1862; A.B. 1826; M.D. Univ. of N. Y.

*CHAPMAN, SIMEON J.

        Cheraw; d. 1861; s. 1834-35.

*CHAPMAN, WILLIAM SMITH Jurist

        From Chapel Hill; Alabama; A.B. 1823; A.M. 1826; lawyer; judge Ala. circuit ct.; mem. Ala. gen'l assem.; judge Ala. sup'r court.

CHAPPELL, HARRY VAUGHN Teacher

        Belvidere; pres. Speed; s. 1918-21; b. Belvidere, Aug. 25, 1899; p. Walter P. and Sarah E. (Hendren); prin. Reynoldson H. S. 1922-23; teacher Speed H. S. 1923-24.

CHAPPELL, LESLIE EDWARD

        Candor; B.S. 1920; b. Candler, July 1, 1900; p. J. T. and -- --.

CHAPPELL, MACK L. Asst. Meteorologist

        3 St. Michael's place, Charleston, S. C.; s. 1916-17; b. Edenton, Dec. 18, 1895; p. M. B. and -- --; asst. observer, weather bureau, Charleston, S. C.

*CHARLES, THOMAS M.

        Wake co.; s. 1822.

CHARLES, WILLIAM JOHN

        326 S. 5th st., Darby, Pa.; s. 1920-22; b. Oct. 9, 1901; p. Henry and Elizabeth --; employee maintenance dept., Bell Tel. co.

CHASE, ARTHUR SLOAN

        Chapel Hill; B.S. 1924; b. Groveland, Mass., Aug. 27, 1899; p. Charles Merrill and Agnes (Woodburn); Congregationalist.

CHASTAIN, RUFUS BENJAMIN Lawyer

        Douglas, Ga.; A.B. 1902; s. l. 1904; b. Clay co., 1874; p. J. P. and Mary E. (McGahee); teacher Clay, Cherokee, and Mecklenburg cos. 2 yrs.; lawyer Douglas, Ga., 1906-; Coffee co. atty. and atty. for city of Douglas, 2 yrs.; stock-raiser.

CHATHAM, PAUL

        917 Commercial Bank bldg., Charlotte; s. 1887-88.

CHATHAM, RAYMOND HUNT Manufacturer

        Elkin; s. 1904-08; b. Elkin, Oct. 24, 1886; p. Alexander and Alice (Hickerson); m. Susie Gwyn, June 26, 1909; Methodist.

CHATHAM, RICHARD THURMOND Manufacturer

        Care Chatham Mfg. co., Winston-Salem; s. 1915-16; Yale univ.; b. Elkin, Aug. 16, 1896; p. Hugh Gwyn and Martha Lenoir (Thurmond); m. Lucy H. Hanes, Oct. 29, 1919; Delta Kappa Epsilon; ensign U. S. N. 1917-19; Methodist.

†CHAUNCEY, SAMUEL JACKSON, JR.

        Easton, Pa.; s. 1880-82.

CHEATHAM, THADDEUS AINSLEY Minister

        Pinehurst; A.B. 1900; B.D. Univ. of the South 1903; Gen'l Theo. Seminary 1902-03; b. Granville co., Aug. 11, 1877; p. William Allen and Asenath (Parham); m. Anna Lambert Faulkner, Apr. 7, 1904; Phi Soc.; Alpha Tau Omega; Kiwanian; author many sermons published; Episcopalian.

CHEATHAM, MRS. THOMAS F.

        (Nee Staley, Bessie); 11 2nd st., N. E., Washington, D. C.; s. 1900-01; A.B. Elon col. 1898; b. Franklinton, Apr. 11, 1880; m. Thomas F. Cheatham; teacher.

*CHEEK, BENJAMIN AUGUSTUS Physician

        From Warrenton; Marion; b. Halifax co., Dec. 6, 1838; d. 1908; s. 1855-57; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1861; surgeon, C. S. A., 12th reg.


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CHEEK, DEWITT GILMORE Druggist

        Mandale; s. p. 1913-14.

CHEEK, JOHN MORGAN Farmer and Educator

        Sparta; A.B. 1893; A.B. Harvard 1895; b. Sparta, Feb. 26, 1868; p. William B. and Jane (Edwards); m. Olive Virginia Cornett, June 27, 1900; prin. Mars Hill col. 1893-94; prin. Sparta H. S. 1896-97; teacher Appalachian Training sch. 1904-06; prin. Fifth Dist. Agriculture H. S., Elk Creek, Va., 1907-13; supt. public instruction Allegheny co. 1913-; Baptist.

CHEEK, LEMUEL ROBERT

        Hillsboro; Ph.G. 1924; b. July 2, 1901; p. J. W. and -- --.

CHEEK, MRS. L. R.

        (Nee Cates, Ola Permelia); Hillsboro; s. 1921-22; b. Chapel Hill, July 29, 1902; p. A. F. and -- --; m. L. R. Cheek.

CHEEK, PAUL TINSLEY Teacher

        330 Indiana ave., Washington, D. C.; s. 1892-93, 1895-98; s. l. 1902-03; A.B. George Washington univ. 1912; b. Orange co., Feb. 2, 1875; p. Adolphus Williamson and Cornelia (Fowler); Di Soc.; teacher 1898-99; salesman 1899-1900; teacher 1900-01; prin. Coyle schools, Okla., 1901-02; accountant raisin growers assn. Fresno, Calif., 1903-04; farmer and merchant 1903-04; government service 1906-; Mason; Presbyterian.

CHEEK, VIOLA ROSALIND Teacher

        Chapel Hill; s. 1920-21; Meredith col., 1918-19; b. Chatham co., Sept. 18, 1898; p. R. Henry and Isabelle Ida (Merritt); Baptist.

CHEESBOROUGH, JOHN CHEESBOROUGH Student

        Victoria Road, Asheville; A.B. 1923; b. Asheville, Jan. 22, 1902; p. Dr. Thomas Patton and Alice Carr (Connally); Delta Kappa Epsilon; Di Soc.; Episcopalian.

*CHERRY, GEORGE OUTLAW Druggist

        From Bertie co.; Texas; b. June 13, 1840; s. 1858-60; C. S. A.; prisoner at Johnson's Island; sec. to Gov. Vance.

CHERRY, JULIAN

        (See Spruill, Mrs. Carydon Perry, Jr.).

*CHERRY, JOSEPH B. Planter

        Bertie co.; s. 1836-37; mem. house of commons 1848, '50, and '52; state sen., 1856-60.

*CHERRY, JOSEPH D.

        Bertie co.; killed in battle, Civil war; s. 1858-60; C. S. A.

*CHERRY, JESSE GLASGOW Lawyer

        From Greenville; Texas; b. 1859; d. in Tex., Apr. 18, 1910; s. 1876.

*CHERRY, JAMES J.

        Bertie co.; killed, Chancellorsville, May 1, 1863; s. 1858-60; capt. 14th N. C. inf., C. S. A.

CHERRY, MARCUS CICERO STEPHEN Insurance

        Mt. Olive; s. 1890-92; b. Pitt co., Feb. 8, 1872; p. M. C. S. and Arcena (Best); m. Amanda Lambert, Dec. 23, 1902; Mason; Pythian; Odd Fellow; Baptist.

*CHERRY, TILMAN BROWN

        From Greenville; Lassiter's Mills; s. 1881-83; s. l. 1882-83.

*CHERRY, WILLIAM

        Bertie co.; A.B. 1800; planter; lawyer; mem. house of c. 1804-06; trustee U. N. C. 1804-09.

*CHERRY, WILLIAM A.

        Greenville; d. 1868; s. 1856-59; gen'l. assem. 1868; lieut., C. S. A.

CHESHIRE, JOHN Farmer

        Tarboro; s. 1901-04; s. l. 1904.

CHESHIRE, JOSEPH BLOUNT Lawyer

        1618 Ambleside, Raleigh; A.B. 1902; s. l. 1907; b. Charlotte, Dec. 20, 1882; p. Joseph Blount and Annie Huske (Webb); m. Ida Jean Rogerson, Nov. 27, 1915; bank clerk 1902-04; bookkeeper 1904-06; lawyer 1907-13; clerk on constitutional amendments, 1913; U. S. referee in bankruptcy 1913-; chief N. C. enforcement div. U. S. food administration 1917-18; co-author Constitution of North Carolina Annotated 1911; Episcopalian.

CHESHIRE, JAMES WEBB Insurance

        802 Hillsboro st., Raleigh; s. 1907-10; b. Charlotte, Sept. 9, 1890; p. Joseph Blount (D. D.) and Annie Huske (Webb); m. Anne Ludlow McGehee, Nov. 14, 1922; Zeta Psi; Gorgon's Head; employee Va.-Caro. Chem. co., 1911-12; teacher 1912-13; sec. N. C. Audubon soc. 1913-15; sec.-treas. and mgr. Orange Trust co. 1915-17; fire ins. busi. 1919-; 2nd lieut. Fort Oglethorpe 1917; 28th inf. 1st div. A. E. F. 1917-18; Episcopalian.

CHESHIRE, THEOPHILUS PARKER Cotton Dealer

        14 Gamboll st., Charleston, S. C.; A.B. 1906; b. Edgecombe co., Feb. 5, 1886; p. Theophilus Parker and Ida (Staton); m. Frances Blake Rutledge, Nov. 8, 1923; Zeta Psi; cotton exporter with W. Gordon McCabe and co., Charleston, S. C., 1906-; 1st lieut. 156th F. A. 81st div. 1917-19; Episcopalian.

CHESNUTT, JAMES MOSELEY Druggist

        Clinton; s. p. 1911-12; p. Henry Beatty and Ella (Moseley); m. Eunice Parker, Fayetteville, Feb. 28, 1917; traveling salesman R. J. Reynolds Tob. co., Winston-Salem; druggist Clinton; Methodist.

CHEWNING, LAWRENCE HARRIS Drug Salesman

        210 East ave., Greenville, S. C.; Ph.G. 1908; b. Summerton, S. C., Mar. 12, 1886;


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p. D. R. and Virginia (Carrigan); m. Louise Miller, Dec. 11, 1912; Presbyterian.

*CHILD, SAMUEL

        s. 1802.

*CHILD, WILSON

        s. 1802.

*CHILDRESS, JOHN W. Lawyer

        Murfreesboro, Tenn.; s. 1822; mem. gen'l assem.

†CHILDS, CHARLES EBEN, JR.

        Lincolnton; s. 1902-03.

CHILDS, WADE HAMPTON

        Lincolnton; s. 1908-11; s. l. 1911-12; b. May 31, 1890.

*CHILTON, EDWARD J.

        Brownville, Tenn.; killed, Yorktown, 1861; s. 1859-60; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; C. S. A.

*CHILTON, LEVIN P.

        Virginia; s. 1817.

CHINNIS, COMMODORE CLARENCE Banker

        117 S. Boylan ave., Raleigh; s. 1916-18; b. Phoenix, April 24, 1899; p. Augustus M. and Nell B.; m. Betsy Hobson Wade, Oct. 26, 1923; Pi Kappa Phi; Wachovia Bank and Trust co; and asst. cashier Howe Snow & Bertles Inc., stocks and bonds, Raleigh; Episcopalian.

*CHISMAN, WILLIAM WADE

        Pine Hill; killed in Memphis, about 1920; s. 1899-1901.

*CHISOLM, SEABORN WHATLEY

        Cedartown, Ga.; b. 1841; d. from wounds received at Sharpsburg, 1862; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; C. S. A.

CHOATE, BERT OSCAR Physician

        Sparta; s. m. 1903; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1908; b. Sparta, Mar. 13, 1885; p. Samuel A. and Annie Laura (Edwards); m. Janie Baker, June 23, 1908; Baptist.

CHOATE, JAMES BOYCE Engineer

        Huntersville; pres. Blythe Bros. co., Charlotte; s. 1919-20; Ga. Tech, 1920-21; b. Huntersville, Aug. 29, 1898; p. J. L. and Harriet (Blythe).

CHRISTAIN, JOSEPH LUTHER

        Mangum st., Durham; s. 1922-23; b. Durham, Sept. 21, 1902; p. Virgil Seymore and Mary (Conrad); traveling salesman Robbins Mfg. co., Attleboro, Mass.; Presbyterian.

CHRISTIAN, ROBERT WALL

        Rock Point, Ore.; s. 1887-88; b. Swift Island, Feb. 26, 1869; draftsman; gold dredger.

*CHRISTIAN, WILLIAM JASPER, JR.

        Durham; b. Oct. 4, 1876; d. Sept. 2, 1921; s. l. 1899-1900; A.M. Wake Forest col. 1898; teacher; lawyer; merchant; Baptist.

*CHRISTIE, MARK A. Planter

        From Edgefield co.; Elmwood, S. C.; s. 1859-60; C. S. A.

CHRISTIE, WILLIAM MCLEAN Lawyer

        232 East Ashley st., Jacksonville, Fla.; s. s. l. 1912; Univ. of Fla., 1911-13; b. Jacksonville, Fla., Aug. 25, 1892; p. Joseph Benjamin and Anna (Williams); m. Katherine Meggs, Mar. 17, 1918; asst. U. S. dist. atty. 1920-21; 2nd lieut. Fort McPherson, Aug. 16, 1917; 1st lieut. Oct. 26, 1917; 55th inf. A. E. F. 1917-19; Methodist.

*CHRISTMAS, THOMAS HILLIARD Physician

        Bolivar, Miss.; b. June 2, 1838; A.B. 1857; C. S. A.

CHRISTOPHER, FRED OSCAR Lawyer

        Murphey; s. 1912-13; b. Union co., Ga., Feb. 26, 1889; p. Wesley and Lana (Chastain); m. Maude Dickey, June 8, 1921; teacher 1915-16; lawyer, 1917-; N. C. legislature 1921; U. S. A. 1918; Baptist.

*CHUNN, A. B.

        Asheville; s. 1832-33; mem. house of c. 1846-48.

*CHURCH, WILLIAM LEE

        From Athens, Ga.; Madison, Fla.; b. Apr. 21, 1843; d. Mar. 31, 1871; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; planter; prof. Univ. of Ga.; minister and physician, Washington, D. C.; capt. and A. A. gen'l (P. McB. Young's cavalry brigade), C. S. A.

CHURCHILL, GREY WILLARD Banker

        804 N. Queen st., Kinston; s. 1914-16; b. Kinston, July 22, 1895; p. Richard F. and Nora E. (Hill); employee Buick garage, Kinston, 1 yr.; employee Caswell Banking & Trust co. ibid. 6 yrs.; ibid. Nat. Bank of Kinston.

*CLAIRBORNE, BENJAMIN WATKINS L.

        Tipton, Tenn.; b. Mar. 16, 1830; A.B. 1851; C. S. A.

*CLAIRBORNE, FELIX GRUNDY Planter

        Danville, Va.; b. 1840; d. 1879; s. 1857-59; lieut. C. S. A.

*CLAIRBORNE, JAMES LEONARD Lawyer

        Danville, Va.; b. 1827; d. 1853; s. 1846-47.

*CLAIRBORNE, RICHARD HENRY Lawyer

        Danville, Va.; b. 1821; d. 1845; A.B. 1840; A.M. 1843.


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*CLAIRBORNE, THOMAS D. Lawyer

        Danville, Va.; b. 1845; killed, Nottoway C. H., Va., 1864; s. 1855-56; lieut.-col. C. S. A.

*CLANCY, JOHN DUNHAM Lawyer

        Hillsboro; A.B. 1825.

*CLANTON, DUDLEY

        Halifax co.; A.B. 1847; mem. gen'l assem. 1850.

*CLANTON, JESSE R.

        Warrenton; s. 1851-53.

*CLANTON, WILLIAM

        Halifax co.; s. 1846-47.

†CLAPP, ERNEST

        Greensboro; s. 1896-97; b. Mooresville, Ind., Jan. 21, 1878; merchant.

CLAPP, HERMAN MASON

        Whitsett; pres. Charlotte; s. 1916-17; b. Whitsett, Aug. 19, 1893; p. C. T. M. and -- --; with Raleigh Cafe, Charlotte.

CLARK, AMBROSE Farmer

        Lansing; s. 1886-87; b. Apple Grove, Sept. 30, 1862; p. Amos and Marie (Miller); m. Agnes Miller, Sept. 30, 1894; farmer; sheriff Ashe co.

*CLARK, COLIN MCKENZIE

        Halifax co.; b. 1807; d. Oct. 8, 1868; s. 1822.

*CLARK, DAVID C.

        Bertie co.; d. 1886; s. 1850-53; physician; planter; mem. house of c. 1866; capt., C. S. A.

*CLARK, DAVID H.

        Virginia; s. 1814.

CLARK, DAVID LEE Teacher

        Univ. Station, Austin, Tex.; A.M. 1909; A.B. East Texas col.; Ph.D. Columbia univ. 1923; b. Allen, Ky., Sept. 18, 1887; p. Lindsay and Rebecca (Mayo); m. Grace Delano, June 18, 1914; teacher Greensboro Women's col. 1910-12; ibid. Univ. of Me. 1913-16; Belgian Relief comm.; author and publisher several articles on American literature; Unitarian.

CLARK, DANIEL RUSSELL Merchant

        Tarboro; s. 1910-11; b. Tarboro, Feb. 14, 1893; p. William Samuel and Lossie (Grist); U. S. N. 1918; Episcopalian.

CLARK, EDWIN, JR. Railroad Employee

        Weldon; s. 1902-03; N. C. State col. 1903-04; b. Weldon, Mar. 17, 1883; p. Edwin and Eunice T. (Jordan); Kappa Sigma; Mason.

CLARK, ERNEST WALTON, JR. Physician

        500 Linden ave., Camden, N. J.; B.S. 1920; M.D. Univ of Pa., 1922; b. Roper, Apr. 11, 1897; p. Ernest W. and Lula Belle (Latham); Kappa Psi; interne Cooper hosp., Camden, N. J., 1922-23; S. A. T. C.; Shriner; Methodist.

*CLARK, GEORGE

        Bertie co.; b. 1779; d. 1798; s. 1796.

*CLARK, GEORGE MCINTOSH

        Montgomery co.; b. 1838; killed, Gettysburg, July 1863; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; maj., C. S. A. 34th reg.

CLARK, GEORGE THOMAS Clerk

        621 Dock, Wilmington; s. 1910; b. Portsmouth, Va., 1894; p. Haywood and Mamie (Jenkins); Sigma Alpha Epsilon; varsity track; clerk J. A. Taylor wholesale grocer; pvt. to 1st lieut. field signal battalion 1917; line officer, 119 inf. 30 div. France, 1918; Episcopalian.

*CLARK, HENRY SELBY Lawyer

        From Beaufort co.; Greenville; b. 1809; d. 1869; A.B. 1828; state solicitor, 1845-47; mem. house of c. 1832, '33, and '34-'36; mem. congress 1845-47; trustee, U. N. C., 1834-54.

CLARK, HAROLD STEVENS Physician

        Leicester; A. B. 1917; s. m. 1918-20; M. D. Univ. of Penna., 1922; b. Leicester, Aug. 3, 1896; p. Oscar Malone and Annie (Stevens); Di Soc.; Kappa Psi; prin. Leicester H. S. 1917-18; resident physician Methodist hosp., Phila., Pa., 1922-23; physician Asheville 1923-; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C.; Methodist.

*CLARK, HENRY TOOLE

        Tarboro; b. 1808; d. Apr. 14, 1874; A.B. 1826; A.M. 1832; planter; state sen. 1850-61 and '66; speaker sen. 1859-61; gov. 1861-62; lieut.-gov. 1859-61.

CLARK, HENRY TOOLE Manufacturer

        Scotland Neck; s. p. 1905-07; b. Hamilton, Dec. 2nd 1888; p. Dr. Henry Irwin and Aleathia (Barrow); m. Cornelia Justice Josey, Oct. 25, 1916; Sigma Nu; Phi Soc.; druggist 1908-09; sec.-treas. Scotland Neck Cotton Mills 1910-; ibid. Home Bldg. and Loan assn. of Scotland Neck, 1912-; Mason; Episcopalian.

†CLARK, ISAAC W.

        Grand Prairie, Tex.; s. 1858-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862.

*CLARK, JOHN ASTOR

        Grimesland; b. Dec. 10, 1888; d. Oct. 17, 1918; m. Blanch Proctor, Jan. 21, 1916; s. 1910; pvt. sec'y. N. C. sec'y of state; merchant; Baptist.

CLARK, JEROME BAYARD Lawyer

        Fayetteville; s. 1905; s. s. l. 1906; Davidson 1902-04; b. Elizabethtown, Apr. 5, 1882; p. John Washington and Catherine Amelia (Blue); m. Helen Purdie Robinson, June 2, 1908; lawyer 1906-; bank pres. 1910-; Bladen co. atty 1909-15; N. C. legislature 1915; Fayetteville city atty. 1922-; Presbyterian.


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*CLARK, JAMES FOREMAN Merchant

        From Beaufort co.; New Bern; b. Nov. 5, 1841; d. Jan. 5, 1919; m. Elinor Wilson, Dec. 23, 1868; s. 1859-60; pvt.-lieut., C. S. A.; merchant, New Bern, 1866-1918.

CLARK, JOHN EDMUND DUNCAN Manufacturer

        511 Grace st., Wilmington; s. 1922; Lehigh univ. 1919-21; b. Cheboygan, Mich., Feb. 14, 1901; p. Maj. C. E. and Jane (Duncan); m. Katherine King, Nov. 6, 1923; Alpha Tau Omega; vice-pres. Clark-Lynch and Clark, Inc., Wilmington; Kiwanian; Mason; Presbyterian.

CLARK, JOHN HARDISTY

        Tarboro; s. 1921-22; b. Mitchellsville, Md., July 30, 1904; p. William Grimes and Ruth (Hardisty); Episcopalian.

*CLARK, JOHN THOMAS Minister

        Halifax, co., Va.; b. 1809; d. 1886; s. 1829; Episcopalian.

*CLARK, KENNETH M.

        Bertie co.; s. 1845-46.

CLARK, LEE ROY Leaf Tobacco Buyer

        Wendell; s. 1912-13; b. Franklin co., June 17, 1892; p. William Thomas and Annie (Powell); m. Mamie Waller, May 24, 1917; Christian.

CLARK, MONTAGUE GRAHAM Farmer

        Donalsonville, Ga.; s. 1897-98; b. Mecklenburg co., Aug. 11, 1880; p. J. T. and Margaret (Graham); m. Alice Graham, Apr. 14, 1908; farmer and lumber manufacturer; Presbyterian.

*CLARK, NEVIN DANIEL JOSEPHUS

        Jackson Springs; b. Montgomery co., Nov. 26, 1835; d. May 7, 1924; m. Sarah Elizabeth Ray, June, 1871; A.B. 1858; teacher; magistrate; farmer; book agt.; spectacle agt.; Presbyterian.

†CLARK, PLEASANT B.

        Jefferson, Tex.; A.B. 1861; b. Coffeeville, Tex., July 2, 1840.

*CLARK, ROBERT SPENCER

        Coffeeville, Tex.; b. Apr. 6, 1838; A.B. 1861; lawyer; planter; mem. Tex. gen'l assem.; capt., C. S. A.

*CLARK, RALPH VIVIAN

        Clarkton; b. Sept. 3, 1893; d. Feb. 11, 1913; s. 1912-13.

CLARK, SAMUEL EDGAR

        Wilson; s. 1896-98.

CLARK, STEPHEN CHESTER Realtor

        High Point; s. 1900; Guilford col. 2 yrs.; p. W. F. and Amelia Elizabeth; m. Daisy Ogburn, Oct. 17, 1917; advertising mgr., dept. store several yrs.; realtor 14 yrs.

*CLARK, SAMUEL JOHNSON

        Bertie co.; d. 1859; s. 1845-47.

CLARK, SAM NASH Merchant

        Tarboro; s. 1905-06; b. Tarboro, Mar. 9, 1888; p. William S. and Lossie (Grist); m. Louise Wilson, Apr. 23, 1913; Episcopalian.

*CLARK, THOMAS CHRISTOPHER Planter

        From Stone, Ala.; Fairfield, Ala.; b. 1833; A.B. 1856; C. S. A.

*CLARK, WALTER

        From Halifax co.; 126 Halifax st., Raleigh; b. Aug. 19, 1846; d. May 19, 1924; p. Gen. David and Anna Maria (Thorne); m. Susan Washington Graham, Jan. 28, 1874; A.B. 1864; A.M. 1867; LL.D. 1890; LL.B. Columbia (D.C.) 1867; judge sup'r ct. 1885; asso. justice supr. ct. 1889; chief justice supr. ct. 1902; umpire Nat. War & Labor Board, 1917-18; dir. and gen. counsel, Raleigh & Gaston, Raleigh & Augusta, and S. A. L. rys.; translator Constant's Memoirs of Napoleon, 3 vols., 1895; compiled and edited State Records of N. C., 16 vols., 1895-1906; compiled and edited History of N. C. Regiments in the Civil War, 5 vols., 1901-04; edited and issued Annotated Code of Civil Proceedure; edited Appeal and Error; author of numerous addresses and magazine articles; opinions as justice of supr. ct. appear in 82 vols. N. C. Reports, N. C. 104-185; maj., C. S. A.

CLARK, WALTER, JR. Lawyer

        511-513 Law bldg., Charlotte; LL.B. 1905; B.E. N. C. State col. of A. & E. 1903; LL.M. George Washington univ. 1906; b. Raleigh, Aug. 1, 1885; p. Judge Walter and Susan Washington (Graham); m. Mary R. Johnston, Mar. 2, 1918; Sigma Nu; acting atty. gen'l N. C. 2 mos., 1906; city atty. Raleigh 1908-10; 1st vice-pres. N. C. bar assn. 1923; trustee, U. N. C. 1909; 1st lieut.-adj.-capt. co. "B" 3rd N. C. N. G. 1916-17; capt. ibid., co. "B" 120th inf. 30th div., 1917-19; Methodist.

‡CLARK, WILLIAM ALEXANDER Druggist

        R. F. D. 4, Fayetteville; s. 1920-23; b. Oct. 9, 1899; p. Thomas Alexander and Julia -- --; Presbyterian.

†CLARK, WILLIAM CLARENCE

        Chapel Hill; s. 1914-15; b. Chapel Hill, Jan. 30, 1893; p. J. M. and -- --.

CLARK, WILLIAM GRIMES Merchant

        Tarboro; s. 1893-95; b. Tarboro, Apr. 28, 1877; p. William Samuel and Lossie (Grist); m. Ruth Hardisty, Apr. 17, 1901; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Episcopalian.

CLARK, WILLIAM GRIMES, JR.

        Tarboro; s. 1919-20; b. Mitchellsville, July 5, 1902; p. William Grimes and Ruth (Hardisty); Delta Kappa Epsilon; general bus.; Episcopalian.


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*CLARK, WILLIAM MCKENZIE Planter

        Martin co.; A.B. 1801.

‡CLARKE, BETRAM CLEVELAND

        Walnut Cove; s. 1904-05; b. Barnard, May 31, 1886; ry. mail clerk.

CLARKE, FRANCIS MANN Physician

        Middletown; B.S. 1920; M.D. Univ. of Penna., 1922; b. Beaufort, Oct. 10, 1899; p. Dr. Francis Moore and Eumeda (Mann); Phi Chi; resident physician Presbyterian hosp., Phila., Pa., 1922-23; mem. surgical staff Pa. State hosp., Ashland, Pa., 1923-24; resident surgeon, St. Peter's Gen'l hosp., New Brunswick, N. J., 1924-; Episcopalian.

*CLARKE, FRANCIS MOORE

        Middleton; b. July 29, 1870; d. Feb. 3, 1918; s. 1888-89; M. D. Col. P. & S., Baltimore, 1893; physician; supt. health Carteret co., 1897; acting asst. surgeon U. S. P. H. and M. H. service, 1895.

‡CLARKE, HUGH DICKEY

        Asheville; s. 1918-19.

CLARKE, JOE M. Druggist

        Lenoir; s. 1920-21; b. Statesville, Nov. 24, 1902; p. W. D. and Essie (Mast); part owner Marley's Drug store; Mason; Methodist Episcopal (South).

CLARKE, MABELL S. C.

        (See Smith, Mrs. J. Ravenel.)

*CLARKE, THOMAS Teacher

        Winston; b. Oct. 1, 1875; d. Oct. 15, 1918; B.S. 1896; Ph.D.; Spring Hill col.; St. Louis univ.; Bonn univ., Germany; Catholic col., Macon, Ga.; chemist; asst. chemistry U. N. C., 1898-99; instr. chemistry U. N. C., 1899-1900; prof. chemistry Loyola univ. at time of death; Catholic priest; Catholic.

*CLARKE, WILLIAM JOHN

        From Raleigh; New Bern; d. 1886; A.B. 1841; A.M. 1844; state comptroller, 1851-55; state sen. 1870; judge sup'r ct. 1871-74; U. S. A., Mex. War; col., C. S. A. 24th reg. N. C. troops.

‡CLARKE, WILFONG WALDRON

        Townsville; A.B. 1915; b. Morganton, Sept. 1, 1890; m. Ailene Mason, July 17, 1921.

*CLARKE, WILLIAM WHIPPLE Physician

        From Fine's Creek; Old Fort; b. Apr. 18, 1857; d. Feb. 15, 1904; s. 1882-83; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1886.

CLARKSON, FRANCIS OSBORNE Lawyer

        438 Clement ave., Charlotte; A.B. 1916; LL.B. 1917; b. Charlotte, Aug. 26, 1895; p. Heriot and Mary Lloyd (Osborne); m. Cama Burgess, June 28, 1924; Golden Fleece; Di Soc.; Omega Delta; Phi Delta Phi; Delta Kappa Epsilon; editor-in-chief Yackety Yack; wearer of N C; asst. solicitor Charlotte 1922; solicitor 14th judicial dist. June-Dec., 1922; ensign naval air station U. S. N. R. flying corps Mar. 1918; lieut. U. S. M. C. flying corps May, 1918-22; Episcopalian.

CLARKSON, HERIOT Lawyer

        Charlotte; s. l. 1883-84; b. Kingville, S. C., Aug. 21, 1863; p. Maj. William and Margaret S. (Simons); m. Mary Lloyd Osborne, Dec. 10, 1899; lawyer Charlotte, 1884-; alderman and vice-mayor Charlotte, 1887-88, 1891-92; N. C. gen'l assem. 1899; Charlotte city atty. 1901-05; solicitor 12th judicial dist. 1904-10; judge N. C. supr. ct. 1923-; mem. Soc. of Sons of the Am. Revolution, Soc. of Cincinnati, Huguenot Soc. of S. C.; Mason; Pythian; Junior; Episcopalian.

CLARVOE, FRANK AULD Journalist

        United Press Assn., World Bldg., N. Y. C.; pres. 1275 Third ave., San Francisco, Cal.; s. 1915-17; b. Washington, D. C., Aug. 29, 1896; p. Frank Auld and Anne Gertrude --; m. Erma A. Kirschner, Sept. 21, 1922; Di Soc.; winner Hunter Lee Harris memorial medal and prize; Pi Kappa Phi; Omega Delta; Sigma Upsilon; Amphoterothen; circulation dept. The Journal, Portland, Ore., 1919; asst. editor The Journal, 1921; staff, United Press, San Francisco, 1921; northwest mgr. United Press, 1923; asst. mgr. Pacific coast division, United Press, 1923-; World War; Episcopalian.

CLAWSON, JAMES POOL Merchant

        Beaufort; pres. U. S. Geological Survey, 37 Municipal bldg., Chattanooga, Tenn.; B.S. 1922; N. C. State col. of A. & E. 1917-18; b. Beaufort, June 18, 1900; p. Charles Alfred and Jane (Pool); Episcopalian.

CLAY, JOSEPH SCOTT Teacher

        707 Guadelupe st., Austin, Tex.; s. 1902; Kentucky univ.; B. Accts. Christain col; b. Austin, Tex., Apr. 29, 1876; p. Issac C. and Elizabeth (Forman); taught 8 yrs. Bingham sch., Mebane; half owner Nixon-Clay Commercial col. since 1906; also prin. stenographic dept.; stenographer to insp. Gen. John G. Ballance during Spanish-Am. war; Shriner; Odd Fellow; Christian.

‡CLAYTON, NUMA REID Minister

        Milton; A.B. 1907; b. Orange co., Aug. 17, 1879; teacher; minister.

CLAYTON, ROBERT HUME Welfare Superintendent

        Hillsboro; A.B. 1911; b. Orange co., Mar. 7, 1884; p. David A. and Fannie (Borland); m. Rosa Thomas, Apr. 13, 1912; Di Soc.; teacher 1911-17; co. supt. pub. instr. 1917-; co. supt. pub. welfare 1919-; Presbyterian.

CLEGG, AGNES MARIE Teacher

        706 Highland ave., Greensboro; A.M. 1921; A.B. Guilford col. 1918; b. Triangle, Lincoln co., June 27, 1894; p. Rev. J. W. and Agnes Octavia (King);


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teacher St. Paul's H. S. 1918-19; Kernersville H. S. 1919-20; mem. English dept. Greensboro H. S. 1921-23; Raleigh H. S. 1923-24; Methodist Episcopal (South).

CLEGG, ELSIE MAY Teacher

        706 Highland ave., Greensboro; M.A. 1921; A.B. Guilford col., 1920; b. Mooresville, June 24, 1894; p. Rev. James Wesley and Agnes Octavia (King); h. s. teacher Gibsonville, 1921-22, Greensboro summer 1922, Wilson, 1923; Methodist Episcopal (South).

CLEGG, KENNETH KEY

        Greensboro; pres. R. F. D., Blessing, Tex.; s. 1921-22; Guilford col.; b. Greensboro, Dec. 12, 1899; p. Rev. James Wesley and Agnes Octavia (King).

CLEGG, LUTHER BYNUM Lawyer

        Carthage; s. s. l. 1912; b. near Quiet (now Carthage Star Route), Oct. 5, 1875; p. Benjamin Franklin and Mary Margurett Buie; Presbyterian.

*CLEGG, MONTRAVILLE D.

        Chatham co.; b. Oct. 9, 1840; killed, Reams Station, 1864; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1864; lieut. co. "D" 48th reg., C. S. A.

†CLEGG, THOMAS DAVID Banker

        Silk Hope; last known of in Texas; s. 1884-86; b. 1866; merchant; banker.

CLEGG, WILLIAM RUSSELL Lawyer

        Carthage; LL.B. 1905; B.S. Davidson col. 1902; b. June 13, 1877; p. Benjamin Franklin and Mary Margaret (Buie); m. Mary Pleasant McKeithan, Oct. 31, 1917; asst. prin. Summerville acad., Augusta, Ga., 1906-07; prin. Godwin H. S., Godwin, 1907-11; mayor, Carthage, 1918-20; Mason; Presbyterian.

CLEMENT, DONALD

        310 S. Ellis st., Salisbury; s. 1905-07; b. Salisbury, Nov. 7, 1887; p. Louis H. and Mary Buehler; m. Alice Vanderford, May 22, 1920; at pres. mgr. Salisbury Motor co.; Rotarian; Am. legion; entered 1st O. T. C. Chattanooga, Tenn., May 15, 1917; served with 4th div.; mustered out as capt. July 10, 1919; Episcopalian.

CLEMENT, EDWARD BEUHLER Physician

        Salisbury; B.S. 1903; s. m. 1903-04; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1903; g. s. Univ. of Pa. 1920-22; b. Salisbury, Sept. 18, 1881; p. Louis Henry and Mary (Buehler); m. Nona Raleigh, June 5, 1920; Sigma Nu; interne Jefferson hosp. 1903-05; res. physician Municipal hosp. Phila., Pa., 1905-07; capt. U. S. A. Med. corps 1917-20; Mason; Rotarian.

†CLEMENT, FOSTER ALBERT

        Mocksville; s. 1905-06.

CLEMENT, HAYDEN Lawyer

        Salisbury; s. 1899-1903; s. l. 1903; b. Mocksville, Sept. 25, 1879; p. Dr. Louis Henry and Caroline (Buehler); m. Clay Croxton, June 25, 1913; Sigma Nu; practicing law Salisbury under firm name Clement & Clement since 1903; asst. N. C. atty. gen. 1907-09; solicitor 15th judicial dist. N. C. 1914-23; Episcopalian.

*CLEMENT, HERBERT Lawyer

        Mocksville; b. Davie co., Oct. 11, 1868; d. June 9, 1921; A.B. 1889; Methodist.

*CLEMENT, HENRY LAWRENCE Lawyer

        Mocksville; b. 1821; d. 1844; A.B. 1843.

CLEMENT, JOHN HENRY Lawyer

        Twin City club, W. 4th st., Winston-Salem; s. s. l. 1909; A.B. Trinity col. 1906; b. Mocksville, Sept. 26, 1882; p. John Henry and Mary Emily (Foster); Methodist.

CLEMENT, LOUIS HEYL, JR. Lawyer

        Salisbury; s. 1899-1903; s. l. 1903; b. Salisbury, May 2, 1892; p. L. H. and --; 1st lieut. U. S. A. 1917-19.

*CLEMENT, RALPH ALEXANDER

        Franklin, Va.; A.B. 1840.

*CLEMENT, SAMUEL WILSON Teacher

        From Granville co.; Wallace; A.B. 1858; C. S. A.

*CLEMENT, WILEY ADAM Lawyer

        Mocksville; b. 1840; s. 1859-60; clerk infr. ct.; capt. co. "F" 42nd reg., C. S. A.

CLEMENT, WALTER RALEIGH Farmer-Realtor

        Mocksville; s. 1891-92; b. Mocksville, Aug. 23, 1871; p. John Marshall and Mary Jane (Haden); farmer, real estate and live stock dealer; vice-pres. Sou. Bank & Trust co., Mocksville.

*CLEMENTS, GEORGE R. Planter

        From Williamston; Warrenton; s. 1844-45.

†CLEMENTS, THOMAS DEWITT

        Asheville; s. l. 1909-10.

*CLEMENTS, WILLIAM H.

        Williamston; s. 1844-45.

‡CLEMENTS, WILLIAM J.

        Durham; s. p. 1902-03.

CLENDENIN, WILLIE HENRY Lawyer

        Emory, Tex.; s. l. 1893-94; judge, circuit court, Tex., 1922-.

*CLIFTON, L. BERRIE P. Merchant

        From Franklin co.; Louisburg; d. 1888; s. 1860-61.

†CLIFTON, LUNSFORD CLAIBORNE

        Farmersville, Tex.; s. 1876-79.


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CLIFTON, MAURICE SMITH Bank Cashier

        Louisburg; s. 1893-95; b. Louisburg, Mar. 12, 1876; p. Dr. James Beverly and Anne Rebecca (Smith); m. Margaret Elizabeth Howell, Oct. 14, 1903; register of deeds Franklin co. 1902-03; merchant 1902-03; cashier Farmers & Merchants Bank 1910-23; Episcopalian.

CLINARD, CHARLES BROWN Accountant

        242 S. Main st., Winston-Salem; pres. 441 Nevin st., Lancaster, Pa.; s. 1919-20; A.B. Franklin and Marshall col. 1923; b. Winston-Salem. Dec. 15, 1901; p. William Henry and Phoebe Catherine (Brown); Phi Kappa Psi; Monitor Boiler co., July 1923, Lancaster, Pa.; Zooks Jewelry store ibid; R. T. Norment. Public Accountant 1924; Moravian.

CLINARD, DAVID ELWOOD Realtor

        203 Masonic temple, Winston-Salem; s. 1911-12; b. Davidson co., Apr. 4, 1890; p. David Madison and Florena Isabelle (Hine); m. Ella B. Jones. July 10, 1923; travelled 1912-13; in U. S. ry. mail service 1913-16; p. o. clerk Winston-Salem, 1916-19; real estate and ins. since; Primitive Baptist.

CLINARD, JONES WESTON Salesman

        Hickory; s. 1909-10; b. Hickory, Jan. 20, 1892; p. Frank A. and Gertrude Estelle (Jones); m. Rosa F. Collins, June 5, 1920; track team; drug clerk and traveling salesman 1910-; enlisted marine corps, Richmond, Va. Aug. 1918; assigned to Phila. navy yard; transferred to submarine base New London, Conn.; discharged Aug. 1919; awarded good conduct medal; qualified as sharpshooter; Episcopalian.

CLINARD, WALTER BASCOM Teacher

        120 S. Marshall st., Winston-Salem; s. 1908-11; b. Davidson co., Mar. 29, 1884; p. Samuel Y. and Margaret Ann (Hamner); m. Maude Alspaugh, May 21, 1913; taught 2 yrs. West Salem public sch.; 10 yrs. Granville graded sch.; 1 yr. Southside graded sch.; now prin.; author Stray Poems, pamphlet published 1912; Baptist.

*CLINCH, DUNCAN LAMONT Planter

        From St. Mary's, Ga.; Jeffersonton, Ga.; b. 1826; A.B. 1847; capt., U. S. A., Mex. war; col., C. S. A., Mem. congress from Ga.

*CLINCH, JOHN HOUSTON MCINTOSH Planter

        From St. Mary's, Ga.; Savannah Ga.; b. 1823; A.B. 1844.

CLINE, EDWARD BOST Jurist

        1625 13th ave., Hickory; A.B. 1886; Catawba col.; b. Newton, Apr. 17, 1866; p. Michael L. and Laura N. (Bost); m. Frances Ferguson, Nov. 15, 1893; teacher 1887; lawyer 1888-1911; mayor Hickory; judge sup'r ct.; Presbyterian.

CLINE, FREDERICK HERMAN Druggist

        Kannapolis; s. p. 1919-20; b. Cabarrus co., July 25, 1897; p. Wm. J. and Emma Louise (Bost); sec.-treas. F. L. Smith Drug co. since June 16, 1920; Lutheran.

*CLINE, FRANK LEE Lawyer

        Hickory; b. Nov. 29, 1858; d. July 12, 1891; m. Novella Lawrence, Feb., 1886; s. 1877-79; Episcopalian.

CLINE, GEORGE WILBUR Railway Conductor

        310 Shawnee terrace, Louisville, Ky.; s. 1887-88; b. Newton, Dec. 4, 1869; p. M. L. and Laura Naomi (Bost); m. Mary Reid Keely, May 12, 1919; ry. service; mem. conductors' gen. comm. Sou. ry. system; mem. board of trustees O. R. C.; Lutheran.

CLINE, JOSEPH IVEY Student

        Granite Falls; pres. Lenoir col. Hickory; s. 1918-20; Lenoir col. 1920-23; A.B. Lenoir, 1923; b. Granite Falls, June 29, 1899; p. Pinkney Lee and Martha Elizabeth (Abernethy); Di Soc.; teacher science and French, Troutman H. S., 1923-24; Andrews H. S., science and civics, 1924-; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C.; Lutheran.

CLINE, JAMES O. Druggist

        Granite Falls; s. p. 1915-16; p. P. L. and Cora Belle (Healan); druggist Chautauqua Drug co., Waynesville, 1917; ibid. The Owl Phar., Asheville, 1918; ibid. Abernethy Cash phar., Elkin, 1919-20; mgr. Cline's Drug store, Granite Falls, 1920-; U. S. army 1918.

CLINE, WILLIAM PINCKNEY Minister

        Eau Claire, Columbia, S. C.; Ph.B. 1878; Roanoke col., 1875-76; D.D. Lenoir col.; b. Catawba co., Mar. 21, 1853; p. Eli Davidson and Rosanna (Starr); m. Julia Catherine Bost; m. Mrs. Mary J. Burke; Di Soc.; minister 1880-; teacher Catawba col., 1878-84; pastor Lutheran churches, Davidson co., 1884-91; founder and head of Holley Grove acad., Davidson co., 1885-91; one of founders of Lenoir col. 1891; prof. Latin and history ibid., 1891-1901; pres. bd. of trustees ibid. 1901-07; pastor St. Michaels ch. Selwood, S. C., 1907-11; supt. Lowman Home for Aged, White Rock, S. C., 1911-23; pres. Sou. Lutheran bd. of publication, Columbia, S. C., 1909-18; retired from active work, 1923; alderman Hickory 1902-06; Lutheran.

CLINE, WILLIAM PRESTON Minister

        521 Coleman ave., Fairmont, W. Va.; A.B. 1912; A.B. Lenoir 1906; A.M. Univ. of S. C., 1914; Grad. Sou. Theol. (Lutheran) sem. 1912-15; b. Lexington, Oct. 20, 1890; p. William Pinckney and Julia Catherine--; m. Eva Barbara Schirmacher, Nov. 2, 1918; pastor Christ English Lutheran church, Birmingham, Ala., 1915-24;


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ibid. Grace Lutheran church, Fairmont, W. Va., 1924-; served as camp pastor at camp Johnston and camp Jackson; Lutheran.

CLINGMAN, JOHN BURTON

        Care State Highway comm., Raleigh; s. 1908-09.

*CLINGMAN, THOMAS LANIER Lawyer

        From Surry co.; Asheville; b. Huntsville, July 27, 1812; d. Nov. 3, 1899; A.B. 1832; LL.D.; mem. house of c. 1835; state sen. 1840; mem. congress 1843-45 and 1847-58; U. S. sen. 1858-61; mem. conv., 1875; brig.-gen. C. S. A.

*CLINTON, RICHARD SPAIGHT

        Cahawba, Ala.; A.B. 1825; judge probate ct.; mem. Ala. gen'l assem.

CLINTON, ROLAND SMITH

        Gastonia; s. 1908-09; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1914.

CLINTON, THAD PRILLA Insurance

        Clover, S. C.; s. 1907-09; b. Clover, S. C., June 1, 1888; p. Robert A. and Sarah N. (Rankin); Presbyterian.

CLODFELTER, JAPHIA ARVILLE Clerk

        244 Corona st., Winston-Salem; s. 1905; b. Davidson co., Feb. 7, 1883; p. DeWitt Clinton and Cornelia Ann (Lashmitt); m. Della Pierce Wagner, Oct. 7, 1914; clerk, R. J. Reynolds, Tob. co.; Methodist Episcopal (South).

*CLOMAN, SAMUEL F. Physician

        Williamston; d. Apr. 18, 1910; s. m. 1851-53.

CLONTS, HENRY KOOPMAN Merchant

        197 Lake Morton drive, Lakeland, Fla.; A.B. 1909; Stetson univ.; b. Live Oak, Fla., Jan. 30, 1886; p. S. L. A. and Harriett Mildred (Powell); m. Elnora Spotswood Williams, May 20, 1895; dry goods merchant; Royal Arch; Knight Templar; Shriner; Episcopalian.

*CLOPTON, ABNER WENTWORTH Missionary

        From Virginia; China; A.B. 1809; A.M. 1812; tutor 1809; physician; minister; missionary; Baptist.

*CLOPTON, ROBERT A.

        Virginia; s. 1816.

*CLOSS, JUNIUS T. Planter

        From Orange co.; Texas; s. 1853-54.

*CLOSS, THOMAS OLIVER

        Orange co.; b. 1833; killed, Gettysburg, 1863; s. 1853-56; capt., C. S. A.

CLYBURN, BECKHAM HILTON

        Lancaster, S. C.; s. 1904-05; b. Haile Mine, S. C., Mar. 1, 1886.

COATES, ALBERT Teacher

        Smithfield; pres. Chapel Hill; A. B. 1918; LL.B. Harvard Law sch. 1923; b. Johnston co., Aug. 25, 1896; p. Daniel Miller and Nancy (Lassiter); Tau Kappa Alpha; Golden Fleece; winner Peace Oratorical contest. 1917; Mangum Medal; pres. Phi. Soc.; Amphoterothen; asst. prof. law U. N. C., 1923-; Methodist.

COATES, ROBERT FLOYD Teacher

        Angier; A.B. 1923; N. C. State col. of A. & E. 1917-18; Univ. of Va.; b. Angier, Mar. 20, 1883; p. James Thomas and Mary Ann (Honeycutt); Phi Soc.; N. C. club; intercellegiate debater; Mason.

COBB, ARTHUR Army Officer

        Congress Hall hotel, Washington, D. C.; s. 1895-96.

COBB, COLLIER Teacher

        Chapel Hill; s. 1880-81; Wake Forest 1877-80; Hon. Sc.D. 1917; A.B. Harvard 1889; A.M. 1894; Mass. Tech. 1890-91; Ecole Superieure des Mines, Paris, 1895; b. Mt. Auburn Plantation, Wayne co., Mar. 21, 1862; p. Rev. Needham Bryan and Martha Louisa --; m. Mary Lindsey Battle, Jan. 27, 1891; m. Lucy Plummer Battle, Apr. 6, 1904; m. Mary Knox Gatlin, Oct. 27, 1910; editor The Home Journal, Shelby & Lincolnton, 1871-75; worked on sch. map of N. C. same period; printed for private distribution metrical version Vergil's Georgics 1872; helped take down in shorthand Vance-Settle political debates 1876; taught Ansonville & Lilesville, 1876-77, Chapel Hill, 1880-81, Durham 1881-82, Waynesville 1882-83, Wilson 1883-86; supt. Wilson City schs. 1886; faculty tutor Harvard 1886-90; asst. in geology 1889-90; instrin geology Mass. Tech. 1890-92; asst. prof. geology U. N. C. 1892-93; prof. geology since 1893; author Where the Wind Does the Work, Some Human Habitations, Early English Survivals on Hatteras Island, Forests of N. C., etc.; Baptist.

COBB, COLLIER, JR. Engineer

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1914; B.S. in C.E. 1915; Mass. Tech. 1917-18; U. of Manchester, Eng., 1919; b. Lilesville, Dec. 23, 1893; p. Collier and Mary Lindsey (Battle); track 1911-14; with State Highway comm. 1915; R. G. Lassiter & co. 1916-17, 1921-; owner Chapel Hill Supply co., dealers in road materials; N. C. Soc. of Engrs.; Am. Assn. of Engrs; Royal Sanitary Institute (England); World War Jan. 1919-Aug. 1919; entered Ft. Slocom, N. Y. as pvt.; assigned co. "A" 42nd engrs. and sailed for France Apr. 1918; promoted to line sergt. Mar. 1918; Baptist.

†COBB, CHARLES BENJAMIN

        Burlington; s. 1914-15.

COBB, CHARLES COTESWORTH Lawyer

        N. Tex. bldg., Dallas, Tex.; Ph.B. 1880; b. Caswell co., Mar. 15, 1859; p. Bartlett


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Yancey and Barbara Malinda (Henderson); Di Soc.; Phi Kappa Sigma; lawyer at Dallas since 1884; Presbyterian.

COBB, DONNELL BORDEN Surgeon

        101 James st., Goldsboro; pres. Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn.; B.S. 1919; V. M. I. 1914-15; M.D. Univ. of Pa., 1919-21; b. Goldsboro, July 8, 1898; p. Wm. Henry and Georgia (Borden); Kappa Alpha; Phi Chi; Gorgon's Head; Minotaurs; interne Packer hosp. Sayre, Pa., 1921-22; Howard hosp., Phila., 1922; now on fellowship in surgery at Mayo Clinic; Methodist.

*COBB, EDWARD BARHAM Teacher

        From Wilson; Pinetops; b. Sept. 1875; d. June 29, 1915; Ph.B. 1901; office mgr. Southeastern Underwriters' assn., Wilson, 1902-07; lived in southwest, principally El Paso, Tex. 1907-12; lived in Pinetops, from return from west until death; Baptist.

COBB, EDGAR WHITSON SHEVER Educator

        Columbus; A.B. 1908; A.M. Columbia, 1913-16; b. Guilford co., Sept. 25, 1877; p. Jacob D. and Katharine (Wagoner); m. Lizzie Adelia Shore, May 13, 1909; prin. Mt. Ulla H. S. 1908-09; supt. Morganton City sch. 1909-10; prin. Columbus H. S. 1910-13; prin. Stearns H. S., Columbus, 1913-18; co. supt. Educ. & Pub. Welfare 1918-23; pres. Polk Co. Fair Assn., Polk Co. Bank & Trust co., Columbus S. S. assn.; mem. Columbus town bd.; dir. Columbus Merc. co.; Presbyterian.

*COBB, FREDERICK HENRY Teacher

        From Kinston; Montgomery, Ala.; b. Lenoir co., Nov. 18, 1831; d. Mar. 23, 1914; A.B. 1853; accountant; 1st lieut., C. S. A.

COBB, HALL EUGENE

        144 High st., Lenoir; s. 1922-23; b. Lenoir, Nov. 9, 1901; p. H. E. and -- --.

COBB, HENRY WELLINGTON, JR. Lawyer

        Greensboro; LL.B. 1917; A.B. Princeton 1909-12; b. Greensboro, May 22, 1891; p. Henry Wellington and Jannie Bethel (Scales); Sigma Alpha Epsilon; World War, 324 inf. 81st div.; pvt.; 1 yr. of service, 6 mo. in France, Vosges, Meuse-Argonne.

COBB, JOHN DANIEL FRANKLIN

        Sedalia; s. 1904-05; b. June 19, 1878.

*COBB, JESSE HERITAGE Minister

        From Lenoir co.; Tennessee; s. 1797-99; Methodist.

‡COBB, JAMES LOUIS

        Mt. Olive; s. p. 1919-20; b. Mt. Olive, Mar. 2, 1900; p. Lippman A. and -- --.

*COBB, JOHN PROBERT Farmer

        Tallahassee, Fla.; b. Wayne co., Nov. 23, 1834; d. Mar. 13, 1923; p. William Donnell and Anne Spicer (Collier); m. Sally Eliza Whitfield, Dec. 7, 1865; A.B. 1854; j. p., clerk circuit ct., probate judge, Wayne co., j. p., Citrus co., Fla.; dep. clerk circuit ct. Hernando co., Fla.; tax assessor; postmaster; Brooksville, Fla.; asst. sec. of sen., Fla.; clerk, state comptroller's office, Tallahassee, Fla.; C. S. A., 2nd lieut.; capt.; col.; wounded at Richmond, Winchester, and Malvern Hill; lost leg battle of Cold Harbor, 1864; imprisoned by fed. army Ft. McHenry and Ft. Delaware; Episcopalian.

COBB, JOHN TURRENTINE Teacher

        1001 Monmouth ave., Durham; A.M. 1906; A.B. Elon 1899; b. Burlington, Feb. 13, 1870; p. Dr. Gaston DeRoy and Catherine E. (Turrentine); m. Mabel Wilson Weathersbee, July 15, 1903; teacher Elon col. 1906-09; supt. schs. Cooleemee 3 yrs.; supt. Enfield until war; in constr. dept. U. S. Housing corp. 2 yrs.; Durham H. S. 1920-; Episcopalian.

COBB, JOHN VINES Farmer

        Pinetops; s. 1900-02; b. Wilson, Dec. 31, 1882; p. James Thomas and Linda -- --; m. Ida Ruth Pitt, Apr. 30, 1918; farmer 1902-04; bookkeeper Pinetops Supply co. 1905-06; cashier Pinetops Bkg. co., ry. & express agt. 1907-11; worked in law office 1913; farming 1914-; connected with Cobb warehouse., Pinetops 1915-22; writing fire ins. since 1907; at pres. dir. Pinetops Bkg. co., First Nat. Bank, Tarboro, Tobacco Growers Co-Op. Assn.; clerk and treas. town of Pinetops 1907-12; chm. bd. of co. commrs. for Edgecombe co. Dec. 1920-; Kiwanian; Presbyterian.

COBB, JAMES WILLIAM Broker

        Greenville; s. 1892-93; b. Lincolnton, Feb. 13, 1875; p. Needham Bryan and Martha Louisa (Falkland); m. Susan Lee Darst; Phi Delta Theta; gen. sec.-treas. Order Ry. Telegraphers; pres. Co-Operative Mining co.; Baptist.

COBB, JOHN WALTER

        Charlotte; s. l. 1898-1900; j. p.

COBB, LUCY MARIA Teacher

        Tarboro; A.B. 1921; St. Mary's sch; N. C. Col. for Women; Greensboro Col. for Women; b. Lilesville; p. Rev. Needom Bryan and Martha Louisa (Falkland); U. N. C. publicity agt. 1921; teacher Baton Rouge, La., H. S. 1922-23; special feature work for Raleigh News and Observer and Washington Daily News 1923; teacher Tarboro H. S. 1923-24; home dem. agt. Duplin co. 1917-19; Co. Food Administrator, 1918; author, A Gift from Penelope and Gaius and Gaius, Jr.; a number of poems in current magazines; Baptist.


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COBB, MARY LOUISA Extension Secretary

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1921; b. Chapel Hill, Jan. 9, 1899; p. Collier and Mary Lindsey (Battle); Phi Beta Kappa; office work Univ. Extension div. since 1920; now sec. Bureau of Correspondence & Class Instr.; Episcopalian.

*COBB, NEEDHAM BRYAN Lawyer and Minister

        From Wayne co.; Kerr; b. Jones co., Feb. 1, 1836; d. May 31, 1905; m. Martha Lou --; m. Ann de Lisle Fennell; A.B. 1854; A.M. 1856; D.D. 1889, Judson; journalist; clk. and master in equity, Pitt co., 1858-59; pres. Wayne Inst. & Normal col., 1855-56; state supt. Baptist S. S. bd., 1871-73; pres. Bapt. state conv. 1879-81; chaplain, C. S. A.; gen'l supt. army colportage for N. C. troops, 1862-65; Episcopalian; later Baptist.

COBB, NEEDHAM TYNDALE Lumberman

        Orlando Mort. Loan co., Orlando, Fla.; s. 1917; b. Sanford, Dec. 16, 1898; p. 1867; ry. engr. dept. 1884-89; sec. to gen. mgr. ry. 1889-91; ibid. to auditor ry. 1891-93; with 1st vice-pres. Sou. ry. co. 1894-98; lumberman 1898-.

COBB, NEEDHAM TYNDALE, JR.

        Peninsular State Oil co., Orlando, Fla.; s. 1917; b. Sanford, Dec. 16, 1898; p. Needham Tyndale and Eleanor Hope (Atkins); Peninsular State Oil co., 1923-; Episcopalian.

*COBB, PALMER Teacher

        From Danville, Va.; New York, N. Y.; Chapel Hill; b. Caswell co., Apr. 1, 1880; Ph.B. 1901; g. s. 1901-02; A.M. Columbia univ. 1903; asst. in modern languages U. N. C. 1900-02; ibid. Univ. of the City of New York, 1903.

COBB, ROBERT BRYAN

        Fremont; A.B. 1924; b. Nov. 17, 1904; p. E. C. and -- --; Methodist.

COBB, THOMAS KESLER Manufacturer

        St. Pauls; s. 1914; b. Shannon, Oct. 17, 1894; p. Jefferson Davis and Ellen (Shaw); m. Catherine McFadyen, Aug. 8, 1922; teacher 1915; R.F.D. carrier 1916; public cotton grader and weigher 1917; sec. Ernaldson Cotton Mill co., 1920-; Mason; Presbyterian.

COBB, WHITFIELD Dentist

        2001 Elizabeth ave., Winston-Salem; s. 1896-97; 1901-02; D.D.S. Atlanta Dental col. 1913; N. C. State of A. & E. 1914-16; b. Fayetteville, Feb. 6, 1880; p. Needham Bryan and Martha Louisa (Falkland); m. Loula B. Hunter, Nov. 6, 1913; railway steno. 1904; steno., cost clerk, and acct. Alt Port. Cement co. 1904-09; office clerk ibid. 1909-10; steno. and asst. cash. Sou. Cotton Oil co., 1910; dentist, 1913; author articles on bookkeeping for The Am. Dentist; Baptist.

COBB, WILLIAM BATTLE Teacher

        Louisiana State univ., Baton Rouge, La.; A.B. 1912; A.M. 1913; g. s. La. State univ. 1920-22; b. Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 23, 1891; p. Professor Collier and Mary Lindsey (Battle); m. Eva Cohoon, Dec. 28, 1920; Phi Soc.; track team; asst. in botany; scientist in U. S. Soil Survey June, 1913-Jan. 1918. Feb. 1919-July, 1920; geologist and soil expert for Amer. Rural Planning assn. Madison, Wis. July-Sept., 1920; asso. prof. of agronomy, La. State univ., Sept. 1920-; lecturer on soils and geology, U. N. C. s.s. 1923-24; author soil survey reports of various counties in N. C. and other states; art. on Swamp Soils of N. C. in Sou. Drainage Journal; paper on Possibilities of Airplane in Soil Survey Work; Proceedings of Amer. Assoc. Soil Survey Workers, 1922; enlisted in A. S. sig. corps Jan. 16, 1918; graduated U. S. A. sch. of Military Aeronautics, Aug. 17, 1898; war course for aerial observers. sch. of fire for F. A., Ft. Sill, Okla., Nov. 8, 1918; Air Service Flying sch., Post Field, Okla, Jan. 10, 1919; comm. 2nd lieut. air service; promoted to 1st lieut. O. R. C. Feb. 17, 1923; Baptist.

COBB, WILLIAM BORDEN Bank Teller

        Goldsboro; A.B. 1916; b. Goldsboro, Sept. 10, 1894; p. Dr. W. H. and Georgia (Borden); m. Carolina G. Collier, June 7, 1921; A. C. L. ry. Wilmington; R. G. Lassiter & co., Oxford, High Pt., Smithfield; teller, Wayne Nat. bank, Goldsboro; sergt. chem. warfare service, A. E. F.; Methodist.

*COBBS, EDWARD H. Minister

        Farmville, Va.; s. 1860-61; planter; C. S. A.; Episcopalian.

*COBLE, ALBERT LUCIAN Lawyer

        From Hartshorn; Statesville; b. Alamance co., Aug. 26, 1855; d. Jan. 1, 1918; A.B. 1880; s. l. 1883-86; instr. Latin, U. N. C., 1879-80; asst. prof. math. 1883-85; judge sup'r ct. 1895-1903; asst. U. S. dist. atty. 1909-13.

COBLE, CHARLES GILBERT Farmer

        Mt. Ulla; s. 1921-22; b. Mt. Ulla, July 30, 1903; p. David Isaiah and Nancy Cora --; Presbyterian.

COBLE, CHARLES PAUL Minister

        Colonial drive, High Point; A.B. 1901; B.D. Columbia Theo. Sem. 1905; b. Greensboro, Sept. 1, 1880; p. Daniel H. and Donnie V. (Kirkman); m. Louise Claussen, Aug. 27, 1908; grad. cum laude; Di Soc.; teacher Columbia, S. C., 1901-02; pastor churches Hopewell and Effingham, 1905-08; ibid. Vineville ave. church, Macon, Ga., 1908-13; ibid. High Point, 1913-; High Point cham. of com.; Kiwanian; Presbyterian.

COBLE, FLOYD GARLAND

        725 Keogh st., Greensboro; s. 1920-22; b. Greensboro, Mar. 13, 1903; p. H. F. and


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Hattie (Wooters); Delta Tau Delta; asst. mgr. Tatum's Inc., Greensboro; Methodist.

COBLE, HARRY WOODS Insurance

        Monroe; s. 1918; b. Monrce. Sept. 9, 1899; p. John B. and Carrie (Rudge); worked in movie theatre 1919-20; with Monroe ins. concern 1921-23; in ins. bus. 1923-; S. A. T. C.; Presbyterian.

*COBLE, JOHN HAMILTON Teacher

        From Laurinburg; Charlotte; b. Aug. 28, 1874; d. Nov. 20, 1897; A.B. 1896.

*COBLE, JOHN HANNER Minister

        From Guilford co.; Laurinburg; b. Apr. 4, 1829; d. 1888; A.B. 1857; A.M. Princeton; Presbyterian.

COBLE, RALPH PARKER

        Atlantic Bridge co., Roanoke. Va.; s. 1911-12; A.B. Elon col. 1909; b. Liberty, Mar. 19, 1886; p. J. M. and -- --.

‡COBLE, ROBERT WESLEY

        Pleasant Garden; s. 1916-17; b. Pleasant Garden, Mar. 18, 1898; p. H. L. and --.

COBLE, SCOTT BROWN

        Mt. Ulla; s. 1921-22; b. Oct. 3, 1904.

COBURN, ALONZO FLEET

        Dardens; s. 1912, '14; b. near Plymouth, Mar. 24, 1892; p. Wm. T. and Anna Beda (McCaskey); 2 yrs. purchasing agt. Coburn Motor corp., Detroit, Mich. and Norfolk, Va.; has secured patent on high powered battery; enlisted in U. S. N. to attend U. S. naval sch. 1917; transferred to U. S. shipping bd. as lieut. 1919; traveled from Halifax, N. S. to Norfolk, Va. auditing pay accounts for U. S. S. B., Washington office; Episcopalian.

COBURN, ROBERT LEE Lawyer

        Plymouth; s. l. 1920-22; b. Dardens, June 5, 1895; p. William Thomas and Anna Beatrice (McCaskey); taught sch. Martin co. 2 yrs.; began practicing law, Williamston, Mar., 1923; pvt. 105th engrs. of 30th div. 1918; A. E. F.; Methodist (South).

*COCHRAN, ADDISON

        North Carolina; s. 1820.

†COCHRAN, ALFRED WELLBORN

        Birmingham, Ala.; s. 1867-68.

COCHRAN, CLAUDE ALLEN Lawyer

        Law bldg., Charlotte; s. l. 1902-04; b. Star, Jan. 27, 1884; p. D. C. and Catherine (Leach); city atty. Charlotte; treas. Mecklenburg Tuberculosis assn.; 2nd lieut. Aug. 1917; 1st lieut. Jan. 1918; capt. 1919; Oglethorpe training camp; Camp Jackson, 321st inf.; Presbyterian.

COCHRAN, FREDERICK CLINE Chemist

        Dilworth road, Charlotte; pres. Y. M. C. A., Raleigh; s. 1917-23; b. Huntersville, May 23, 1898; p. Robert James and Mary Catherine (Cline); varsity football 1919-22; Kappa Sigma; employed by chem. dept. of state highway comm. 1923-; entered Plattsburg camp summer 1918; commissioned 2nd lieut.; transferred Camp Grant. Ill. in Sept., remaining there until Nov. 1918; Presbyterian.

*COCHRAN, JOSEPH L. Physician

        Mecklenburg co.; s. 1840-41.

COCHRAN, NASH SPENCER Banker

        Matthews; s. 1900-02; b. near Troy, Apr. 7, 1878; p. Calvin J. and Mary Ann (Tomlinson); m. Lida Ellen Reid, June 16, 1915; with bank of Montgomery 1902-05, bank of Onslow, Jacksonville, 1905-09, cashier bank of Matthews 1909-16, pres. 1916-; Presbyterian.

COCHRAN, WILLIAM ALEXANDER Lawyer

        Troy; s. l. 1896-97; b. Moore co., Feb. 4, 1872; N. C. gen'l assem. 1899.

†COCHRAN, WALTER BINGHAM

        Charlotte; s. 1913-14; b. Harrisburg, Sept. 12, 1892; p. W. P. and -- --.

COCHRANE, GEORGE THOMAS Insurance

        705 Chestnut st., Greensboro; s. p. 1901-02; Elon col.; b. Star, June 24, 1880; p. George and Margarette (Hurley); m. Kate Fuller Kearns, June 21, 1906; Mason; Pythian; Methodist.

COCHRANE, HOMER JONES Teacher

        Ether; s. 1917-18; b. Martins Mill, Mar. 18, 1897; p. Atlas Jones and Clarissa Margret (Lucas); m. Pearl M. Needham, July 19, 1919; teaching; ins. since Dec. 1918; enlisted Aug. 25, 1918; pvt. battery "B" 9th reg. F. A. R. D. Camp Jackson; discharged Dec. 9, 1918; Christian.

COCKE, EUGENE RANKIN Physician

        418 Merriman ave., Asheville; s. 1907-11; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1913; b. Asheville, Sept. 10, 1887; p. Wm. M. andMaria (Johnston); Beta Theta Pi; Phi Chi; interne Brooklyn hosp. 1913-15; resident Greenpoint hosp. Brooklyn, N. Y., 1915-16; physician, Asheville, 1919-23; U. S. A. 1917; comm. lieut.; assigned 105th san. tr. 30th div.; gassed at battle of Hindenburg Line Sept. 29, 1918; promoted capt. Feb. 1919; discharged Apr. 7, 1919; Methodist.

COCKE, JERE ELLIS Physician

        265 Cumberland ave., Asheville; s. 1900-02; M.D. Louisville Med. col. 1905; b. Asheville, Sept. 28, 1881; p. Wm. Micheal and Maria (Johnston); m. Freda Schoonmaker (Brown), 1911; Beta Theta Pi; varsity baseball 1901-02; 1st lieut. World War; stationed Gen. hosp. No. 16, New Haven, Conn.; on tuberculosis bd. at Camp Devens, Mass.

COCKE, PHILIP CHARLES Lawyer

        Asheville; s. 1895; Wofford col. 1894; b. Asheville, Feb. 13, 1879; p. William M. Jr., and Maria William (Johnston); ins.


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bus. 1898-99; bank clerk 1899-1907; lawyer 1907-; judge Asheville city ct. 1909-11; employed naturalization dept. U. S. govt. 1918-19; state sen. reading clerk 1923; Methodist.

COCKE, QUINTON HENRY Physician

        Rich square; M.D. 1905; Baltimore Med. col.; b. Aulander, Oct. 8, 1879; p. Richard A. and Sarah Ann (Saunders); m. Effie Benthall Menola, June 4, 1910; physician Woodland 1905-18; ibid. Rich square 1918-; Mason; Baptist.

COCKE, TIMOTHY DEWITT

        Asheville; s. a. 1906-07; s. l. 1909-10.

COCKE, WILLIAM JOHNSTON Lawyer

        149 S. French Broad ave., Asheville; s. s. l. 1901; A.B. Wofford 1892; Harvard Law sch. 1892-94; b. Asheville, Jan. 19, 1873; p. William Michael and Maria (Johnston); m. Nola Dilworth, Nov. 18, 1903; mayor Asheville; state sen.; Methodist.

COCKERHAM, GRADY HOKE Salesman

        Elkin; s. 1906-07; b. Jonesville, Jan. 30, 1887; p. Daniel Jasper and Elizabeth (Roberts); m. Bessie Maie Lewis, Oct. 12, 1916; drug bus. Elkin, 1907-10; merchant, 1910-16, 1918-20; clerk, R. J. Reynolds Tob. co., Winston-Salem, 1916-18; Proctor and Gamble Dist. co., Cincinnati, Ohio, 1920-.

COCKERHAM, JOSEPH LLEWELLYN

        Goldsboro; s. l. 1915-17; b. Lowgap, July 22, 1889.

*COCKRELL, SAMUEL WILLIAM

        Greene co., Ala.; d. 1876; A.B. 1845.

*CODY, JAMES ADOLPHUS

        From Columbus, Ga.; Atlanta, Ga.; b. Oct. 24, 1842; s. 1858-59; inspector C. S. A.

COFFEY, CHARLES MCDONALD, JR. Auto Dealer

        North Wilkesboro; s. 1911-12; s. l. 1913-15; Univ. of Pa; b. Collettsville, June 4, 1894; p. Charles McDonald and Meta Belle (Critcher); m. Martha Lura Finley, Feb. 28, 1917; sec.-treas. Shell Chair co., N. Wilkesboro, 1915-16; mgr. C. D. Coffey and Sons Lumber co., ibid. 1916-18, 1919-22; mgr. Yadkin Valley Motor co., ibid. 1922-; seaman-ensign U. S. N. R. F. 1918-19; Mason; Pythian; Baptist.

COFFEY, CARL SYLVESTER

        North Wilkesboro; s. 1917-18, 1919-22; b. Collettsville, June 5, 1899; p. Charles McDonald and Metta Belle (Critcher); gym. team; Acacia; inspector C. D. Coffey & Sons Lumber co. 1½ yrs.; vice-pres. Yadkin Valley Motor co. 1 yr.; sec.-treas. Coca-Cola Bot. co., West Jefferson; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C.; Mason; Baptist.

COFFEY, GEORGE NELSON

        Wooster, Ohio; Ph.B. 1900; M.S. Geo. Washington univ. 1908; Ph.D. 1911; b. Patterson, Jan. 17, 1875; p. Elijah and Mary Ann (Nelson); m. Clara Kean, Apr. 22, 1914; Mason; Second Adventist.

COFFIN, JAMES PARK Banker

        Batesville, Ark.; A.B. 1859; b. Rogersville, Tenn., Sept. 22, 1838; p. Charles Hector and Eliza (Park); m. Lucy Lyons, Nov. 3, 1862; Di Soc.; Beta Theta Pi; bookkeeper for retail dry goods store 1859; receiver of a defunct bus. under appointment of Chancery ct. 1860; clerk circuit ct. of Lawrence co., Ark. 1873-86; cashier Lawrence co. bank 1890-91; cashier Peoples Savings bank of Batesville 1891-1905; cashier 1st Nat. bank of Batesville, 1905-12, active vice-pres. until 1916; chmn. of bd. same bank 1916-; pvt. C. S. A. Aug. 1861-May 1862; 2nd lieut. co. "I" 2nd reg. Tenn., cav. May 1862-Nov. 1863; 1st lieut. Nov. 1863-Apr. 26, 1865; Battle of Shiloh; Chickamauga; Johnston's Retreat, Dalton to Atlanta; surrendered with army of Tenn. near Greensboro, Apr. 26, 1865; Presbyterian.

COFFIN, OSCAR JACKSON Editor

        119 S. Dawson st., Raleigh; A.B. 1909; b. Carters Mills, Feb. 4, 1887; p. Alexander Honey and Ida (Moring); m. Gertrude Wilson, Sept. 5, 1912; editor Tar Heel; taught dist. sch. Central Falls 1909-10; hotel clerk Jackson Springs summers 1909-10; with Asheboro Courier fall of 1910; prin. Abbottsburg H. S. 1911; reporter Winston-Salem Journal May-Oct. 1911; with Courier, Asheboro, 1911-12; with Observer, Charlotte, Apr. 1912-May 1916; city editor Raleigh Times 1916-18; editor ibid. 1918-; Methodist.

*COFFIN, RUFUS LAWRENCE

        From Pontotoc, Miss.; Memphis, Tenn.; b. July 9, 1841; A.B. 1861; merchant; cotton factor; C. S. A.

COFFIN, WILLIAM EDWIN, JR. Army Officer

        Greensboro; pres. care Certainteed Products corp., Straus bldg., Chicago, Ill.; s. 1911; U. S. Military acad.; b. Greensboro, Mar. 14, 1894; m. Mary Rose Thornham, July 12, 1917; maj. A. E. F., World War; Methodist.

COGGESHALL, BERRYMAN EDWARDS

        Darlington, S. C.; s. 1920-22; b. Darlington, Feb. 20, 1902; p. W. D. and -- --.

COGGESHALL, MARION LIDE

        Darlington, S. C.; s. 1917-18; Univ. of S. C.; b. Darlington, S. C., Jan. 25, 1898; p. W. D. and -- --.

COGGESHALL, WILLIAM DARGAN, JR.

        Darlington, S. C.; s. 1919-20; b. Darlington, S. C., Mar. 20, 1899; p. W. D. and --.


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COGGIN, CHARLES LEE Lawyer

        W. Thomas st., Salisbury; s. 1912-13; s. l. 1914-16; Univ. of Toulouse, France, 1919; b. New London, Aug. 5, 1890; p. James M. and Addie Mae (Monroe); m. Jennie Odessa Bias, July 8, 1920; lawyer 1916-; legislature 1917; prosecuting atty. Rowan co. 1922-24; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe 1917; 1st lieut. 322nd inf. 81st div. A. E. F. 1918-19; Methodist.

*COGGIN, JOSEPH B.

        Orange co.; killed before Petersburg, June 17, 1864; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; lieut., C. S. A. co. "D" 56th reg.

COGHILL, JULIAN BAXTER Salesman

        115 Brooks st., Charleston, W. Va.; A.B. 1908; b. Henderson, Aug. 8, 1886; p. Kenchin Wesley and Fannie (Lassiter); m. Ruth Guerrant Putney, Apr. 12, 1916; Phi Soc.; employee United Elec. Light, Heat, and Power co., meter dept. New York city, 1908; elec. engr. N. Y. Safety Steam Power co. and Dock Gas Engine co., Hope Valley, R. I., 1908; salesman Ft. Wayne Elec. Works of the Gen. Elec. co. and Power Mining dept. ibid., Phila., Pa., 1909-13; salesman Gen. Elec. co., Phila., Pa., 1913-; organizer Coal River Power co., Charleston, W. Va., and Ivaton, W. Va., 1920-21; pres. ibid. 1920-; prop. Cog. Delivery Service, Charleston, W. Va.; Presbyterian.

COHEN, LEE Physician

        1820 Eutaw place, Baltimore, Md.; s. m. 1892-93; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1895; Univ. of Berlin; M.D. Univ. of Prague, 1900; b. Halifax, Dec. 13, 1874; p. Joseph and Elise (Kirschbaum); m. Lillian Rice, Jan. 15, 1901; Delta Phi Epsilon (med.); res. physician Bay View hosp. 1895-99; physician 1899-; Balt. City Med. and State Med. soc.; Amer. Med. assn.; Amer. Rhinological Laryngological and Otological soc.; author, Postoperative Tonsilar Bleeding, 1909; Correction of External Nasal Deformities by Subcutaneous Method, 1914; Bone and Cartilage Grafting in the Correction of External Deformities by the Nose; Observations in Corrective Rhinoplasty, 1919; Fractures of the Nose, 1921; Corrective Rhinoplasty 1921; Treatment of Fractures, 1923; capt. med. corps. U. S. A. 1919; Hebrew.

COHEN, MARX B., JR.

        223 College ave., Salem, Va.; s. 1920-21.

COHOON, EDWARD PURNELL, JR.

        Columbia; s. 1922-23; b. Dec. 3, 1903.

*COHOON, THOMAS P. Physician

        Elizabeth City; s. 1852-53.

COHN, FREDERICK J. Lawyer

        Parkview hotel, Memphis, Tenn.; s. 1914-18; LL.B. 1920; p. Isaac and Jennie E. --; m. Gladys Franklin, Aug. 12, 1922; U. S. A. 1918-19.

*COIT, JOHN T. Teacher

        From Cheraw, S. C.; Texas; s. 1844-45.

*COIT, JULIUS T. Merchant

        From Cheraw, S. C.; Charlotte; b. 1837; d. 1880; s. 1853-54; capt., C. S. A.

COKER, FRANCIS WILLIAM Teacher

        398 W. 9th ave., Columbus, Ohio; A.B. 1899; A.B. Harvard 1902; Ph.D. Columbia 1910; b. Society Hill, S. C., Nov. 1, 1878; p. Capt. William Caleb and Mary Ervin (McIver); m. Helen Ruth Patton, July 6, 1916; Sigma Nu; Di Soc.; teacher Webb sch. 1899-1901; teacher Miller sch. 1902-03; instr. in political science Univ. of Mo. 1907-09; instr. in politics Princeton univ. 1909-11; asst. prof. political science Ohio State univ. 1911-14; prof. political science ibid. 1914-; lecturer Yale univ. 1917-18; lecturer Columbia univ. 1917-18; sec. O. Municipal league 1914-17; mem. bd. Editors Am. Political Science Review 1917-22; second vice-pres. Amer. polit. sci. assn. 1922-23; author Organismic Theories of the States; numerous readings in political philosophy and various articles in periodicals.

COKER, JOHN WILEY Teacher

        704 College ave., Rock Hill, S. C.; pres. Clemson col., S. C.; A.B. 1922; M.A. 1923; b. Greenwood, S. C., Aug. 15, 1902; p. Edward C. and Flora (Wiley); Pi Kappa Alpha; instr. English Clemson Agri. col., S. C., 1924-.

COKER, ROBERT ERWIN Teacher

        Chapel Hill; B.S. 1896; M.S. 1897; Ph.D. Johns Hopkins 1906; b. Society Hill, S. C., June 4, 1876; p. Capt. William C. and Mary Ervin (McIver); m. Jennie Coit, Oct. 11, 1910; Sigma Xi; Chi Psi; Gimghoul; prin. Goldsboro schs. 1898-1901; prof. zoology U. N. C. 1923-; biologist N. C. geological survey and custodian U. S. fisheries biological station Beaufort 1902-04; spec. investigator fisheries and guano industries Peruvian gov. 1906-08; scientific asst. U. S. bur. fisheries 1909; dir. U. S. fisheries biol. sta. Fairport, Iowa, 1910-15; chief div. of scientific inquiry U. S. bur. of fisheries 1915-22; dir. U. S. fisheries biol. sta., Woods Hole, Mass. 1922-23; Peruvian delegate to international fisheries congress, vice-pres., 1908; vice-pres. Ecological Soc. of Amer. 1911-16; mem. com. international marine fisheries investigations 1921-22; Mason.

COKER, RICHARD GAY Student

        Hartsville, S. C.; A.B. 1921; Stevens Institute of Technology 1921-22; E.E. Cornell, 1924; b. Hartsville, S. C., Sept. 1, 1899; p. J. L. and Vivien (Gay); Pi Kappa Alpha; Baptist.

*COLE, ALEXANDER T.

        Concord; A.B. 1860.

COLE, BENNETTE COLUMBUS, JR. Insurance

        High Rock; s. 1914-15; b. High Rock, Mar. 31, 1891; p. Columbus Cole and


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Amanda K. (Kearns); m. Bessie Adderton Smith, Sept. 25, 1919; teacher 7 yrs.; ins. busi. 1 yr.; Baptist.

COLE, ERNEST LEOCH Farmer

        Carbonton; A.B. 1907; b. Carbonton, Oct. 5, 1885; p. George and Flora Ann (McIver); Presbyterian.

COLE, E. WORTH

        Care Cole Mfg. co., Charlotte; s. 1903-04; b. Carbonton, Feb. 17, 1878.

‡COLE, FURNIFORD

        Beasley, Tex.; s. 1912-13; b. Beasley, Tex., 1891.

COLE, GEORGE THOMAS

        Chapel Hill; s. 1922-23; b. June 19, 1904.

*COLE, HUGH LAIGN Lawyer

        From New Bern; Southampton, L. I., N. Y.; b. May 20, 1838; d. Nov. 5, 1898; s. 1855-56; A.B. and A.M., Princeton; asst. corp. counsel, N. Y. 1875-80; capt. co. "F" 2nd reg., C. S. A.

*COLE, JOHN WYATT Lawyer

        Richmond co.; Rockingham; b. Mar. 6, 1838; A.B. 1859; 2nd lieut., C. S. A. co. "D" 23d reg.

COLE, NATHAN

        Odd Fellows' bldg., Wilmington; s. 1912-13; b. 1886.

COLE, OTIS O. Civil Engineer

        634 Summerlea st., Pittsburgh, Pa.; B.S. 1908; Univ. of W. Va., 1902-05; b. Cassville, W. Va., Dec. 8, 1882; p. Nimrod and Sarah Jane (Lough); m. Eugenie Elizabeth Rehr, June 3, 1915; Phi Kappa Sigma; civil engr. South Pa. Oil co. 1912-; Presbyterian.

COLE, ROY ENOCH

        Pittsboro; pres. 719 W. Morgan st., Raleigh; s. 1919-23; b. Southern Pines, Apr. 1, 1899; p. L. E. and Bettie Belle (Clarke); Phi Soc.; teacher Sparta H. S. 1923-24; employee circulation dept. Raleigh Times 1924-; Junior; Christian.

*COLE, ROBERT WILLIAM Teacher

        From Greensboro; Texas; b. May 9, 1837; A.B. 1859; lieut., C. S. A. co. "E" 22nd reg.

COLE, S. B. Railway Conductor

        Rockingham; s. 1906-07.

‡COLE, STEPHEN R. Bacteriologist

        Chapel Hill; s. 1917-20; b. Chapel Hill, July 6, 1898; p. W. C. and Sallie (Johnson); A. E. F. 1917-19; Baptist.

*COLE, STEPHEN W. Planter

        Andrews Chapel, Tenn.; b. Feb. 29, 1840; killed at Chickamauga; s. 1859-60; C. S. A.

COLE, WALTER FRANCIS Physician

        906 Olive st., Greensboro; A.B. 1905; B.S. Clemson col.; M.D. Johns Hopkins univ.; b. Rockingham, Jan. 29, 1880; p. John W. and Catherine (Steele); m. Annie W. Wharton; Kappa Alpha; med. corps A. E. F., 1917-18; Methodist.

*COLE, WILLIS WESTBROOK

        Smithfield; d. Mar. 29, 1924; s. l. 1898-1900.

*COLEMAN, BESTOR Planter

        Eutaw, Ala.; b. 1837; d. 1868; s. 1855-57; capt. C. S. A.

COLEMAN, CHARLES WINSTEAD

        Lyons; s. 1919-21; b. Lyons, Aug. 10, 1901; p. H. G. and -- -- --.

*COLEMAN, DAVID Lawyer

        Buncombe co.; A.B. 1842; state sen. 1854-56; mem. conv. 1875; U. S. N.; col. C. S. A., 39th reg.

*COLEMAN, DANIEL PERRIN BESTOR Planter

        Alabama; b. 1827; d. 1857; s. 1846-47.

COLEMAN, DANIEL RAYMOND Teacher

        70 Highland ave., Belleville, Ontario, Can.; M.A. 1860; b. Washington, D. C., Mar. 12, 1840; p. Daniel and Maria Narcissa (Mahan); m. Kate McDonald, June 25, 1872; teacher Concord and Raleigh, 1865-69; teacher Belleville, Can., 1869-1919; superannuated 1919; author Canadian History; Civil war 1861-65; Presbyterian.

*COLEMAN, GEORGE S. Physician

        From Asheville; Gonzales, Tex.; d. 1884; s. 1838-39.

COLEMAN, HENRY GRADY

        Durham; Ph.G. 1911.

*COLEMAN, HENRY EMBRY Planter

        Halifax C. H., Va.; A.B. 1824; mem. Va. genl. assem.

*COLEMAN, HENRY ENSLEY Planter

        From Halifax C. H., Va.; News Ferry. Va.; b. Jan. 22, 1845; s. 1862-63; A.B. 1911 as of 1866; C. S. A.

*COLEMAN, JOHN Physician

        Anson co.; A.B. 1808.

*COLEMAN, JOHN Planter

        Halifax co., Va.; s. 1815.

*COLEMAN, JOHN CLARK Planter

        From Halifax co.; Scottsburg, Va.; A.B. 1847; surgeon U. S. A.

*COLEMAN, JOHN H. Planter

        From Buncombe co.; Austin, Tex.; b. 1819; d. 1883; s. 1842-43.

†COLEMAN, JAMES JOSEPH

        Greensboro; s. p. 1919-20.


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COLEMAN, JAMES MILLAR Realtor and Insurance

        Asheville; s. 1913-17; LL.B. 1920; b. Chester, S. C., June 11, 1895; p. John Kennedy and Mary Jane (Weir); m. Florine Rowland, Sept. 6, 1922; varsity football; Kappa Sigma; athletic director Bingham Military sch. 1920-; real estate and insurance bus. 1920-; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe, 1917; 1st lieut., 322nd inf., A. E. F., 1917-19; Presbyterian.

*COLEMAN, JAMES W.

        Church Hill, Miss.; d. March, 1886; s. 1854-55; lieut. C. S. A.

*COLEMAN, NEWTON

        From Buncombe co.; Lake, Mo.; b. 1825; s. 1844-45; lawyer; mem. house of c. 1848-50.

*COLEMAN, NATHANIEL RAGSDALE

        From Halifax co., Va.; News Ferry, Va.; b. July 19, 1843; s. 1861-62; C. S. A.

*COLEMAN, THADDEUS CHARLES

        Buncombe co.; d. Jan., 1895; s. 1856-57; tutor; civil engr.; 1st lieut. co. "B" 10th reg., C. S. A.

*COLEMAN, THOMAS G.

        Halifax C. H., Va.; s. 1815.

COLEMAN, WILLIAM

        Union, S. C.; s. l. 1897-98.

*COLEMAN, WILLIAM MACON

        From Concord; Wash., D. C.; b. Washington, D. C., Jan. 2, 1838; d. about 1916; A.B. 1858; A.M. 1892; Ph.D. Columbian, 1904; lawyer; journalist; author; teacher; atty gen'l N. C., 1868-70; U. S. consul, Stettin, Germany, 1870-72; instr. philosophy, Columbian univ.; author English translation, Kant's Critique of Pure Reason; C. S. A.; U. N. C. bd. of educ., ex-officio, 1868.

*COLES, ROBERT

        Virginia; s. 1817.

COLEY, CARL YOUNGER

        Rockingham; s. 1920-22; Yale univ. 1922-23; b. Rockingham, July 23, 1901; p. Joseph Robert and Queen (Hinson); Sigma Delta Chi; Delta Tau Delta; Di Soc.; branch mgr. Wayne Tank & Pump co. for eastern N. Y. state; Baptist.

*COLLETT, JOHN HAYES

        Salisbury; b. Mar. 27, 1895; d. June 10, 1917; s. 1912; U. S. marine corps, aviation branch; accidentally killed; Methodist.

*COLLETT, WAITS AVERY Civil Engineer

        Morganton; b. Apr. 5, 1873; killed in ry. accident, Nov. 17, 1893; s. 1891-92; Episcopalian.

COLLIE, WILLIAM YARBOROUGH

        501 N. Blount st., Raleigh; s. l. 1919-20; b. Raleigh, Sept. 23, 1898; p. R. I. and -- -- --.

*COLLIER, EDWARD

        Chapel Hill; s. 1799.

COLLIER, HARRIS TAYLOR Physician

        108 Magnolia st., McKenzie, Tenn.; s. 1894-96; Univ. of Tenn.; Univ. of Va.; M.D. Tulane univ. 1900; b. McKenzie, Tenn., May 26, 1876; p. Zachary Taylor and Ada (Harris); m. Mary Lewis Fields, July 9, 1918; capt. elect varsity football 1896; baseball; lieut. med. corps Ark. N. G.; Odd Fellow; Elk.

*COLLIER, JOSEPH T.

        Wayne co.; s. 1823.

COLLIER, KENNETH MURPHY

        Louisburg; s. 1921-22; b. Louisburg, May 3, 1904.

*COLLIER, ROBERT

        Chapel Hill; s. 1800-01.

COLLINS, ADDISON BOYCE

        Peachland; pres. Chapel Hill; A.B. 1924; b. Peachland, July 12, 1897; p. William Marion and Cornelia (Collins); Baptist.

*COLLINS, BENJAMIN MOSLEY

        From Warren co.; Ridgeway; b. Aug. 18, 1840; d. Mar. 8, 1913; m. Mary Williams Plummer, May 1, 1878; A.B. 1861; Wake Forest col.; lawyer; planter; mem. house of c. 1866; chmn. inf'r ct. 1880-90; capt. C. S. A., 12th reg.

COLLINS, GEORGE WILLIAM KENT Civil Engineer

        Hillsboro; s. a. 1886-88; s. l. 1896-97; b. Tunica co., Miss., Apr. 18, 1869.

*COLLINS, HENRY WHITAKER Manufacturer

        From Enfield; Tarboro; b. Aug. 14, 1878; s. 1896-99; mfr. cotton seed oil.

COLLINS, HUBERT WALTER Army Officer

        1st Engineers, Fort Dupent, Delaware; B. S. 1914; M.A. 1916; B.S. Harvard 1917; B.S. Mass. Inst. of Technology, 1917; b. Holly Springs, Jan. 28, 1892; p. Joseph Walter and Texanna Ora (Branch); Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Soc.; math. instr. U. N. C. 1914-16; officer corps of engrs. U. S. A. 1917-; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut.-capt. 302nd and 602nd engrs., A. E. F., 1917-19; Baptist.

COLLINS, JAMES CHASE

        Catherine Lake; s. 1918-22; b. Catherine Lake, Dec. 16, 1900.

COLLINS, PLATO Merchant

        Kinston; B.Litt. 1892; s. l. 1891-92; b. Kinston, July 15, 1870; p. John Wesley and Kate Ann (Harris); m. Ethel G. Wooten, Feb. 23, 1898; m. Natalie Bryan Wooten, June 29, 1909; m. Louise W. Wooten, Mar. 26, 1913; clerk, sup'r ct., Lenoir co., 1899-1914; hardware merchant; moving picture bus.; coal bus.; representative Gravity Carbonating co., Birmingham, Ala., 1923; with Va.-Car. Chem. co., Norfolk, Va., 1924.


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COLLINS, PAUL CAMERON

        Hillsboro; s. 1896-98; b. Orange co., May 7, 1877; p. George P. and Annie (Ruffin); m. Mary Hinson McNeil, Jan. 12, 1910; varsity football; Episcopalian.

COLLINS, ROBERT BEATTY Cashier

        303 Clement ave., Charlotte; Ph.B. 1903; b. Mecklenburg co., May 4, 1878; p. Adam Hill and Mary Martha (Beatty); m. Effie Jane Pittman, June 24, 1909; teacher 3 yrs.; employee Sou. Express co. 1 yr.; clerk Sou. ry. 16 yrs.; Presbyterian.

COLTON, CULLEN BRYANT

        220 Center st., Dorcehster Center Dist., Boston, Mass.; A.B. 1924; b. Nov. 10, 1901; Sigma Upsilon; Golden Fleece; Amphoterothen; editor Tar Heel; Presbyterian.

*COLTON, JAMES HOOPER Minister

        Cumberland co.; b. Jonesboro; A.B. 1855; pres. Alexander col., Ky.; Presbyterian.

COLTRANE, WALLACE E. Physician

        Dunn; s. 1907-08; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1912; g. s. N. Y. Postgraduate Med. Sch. and hosp., 1924; p. N. E. and Ida (Gannaway); m. Lucy Hood, 1913.

COLVARD, GEORGE TODD Student

        1821 Hanover ave., Richmond, Va.; s. 1915-17; 1919-20; Med. Col. of Va. 1920-; b. Jefferson, May 31, 1896; p. Dr. J. Wiley and Effie Dean (Todd); varsity football; Theta Chi; U. S. N. hosp. corps, 1917-19; Methodist.

COLVARD, JOSEPH BOWER Banker

        1305 W. 3rd st., Florence, Colo.; s. 1907-10; Emory and Henry 1911; b. Jefferson, June 18, 1889; p. Dr. J. W. and Effie Dean (Todd); m. Irma B. Birmingham, June 17, 1914; teller 1st Nat. bank, 1921-24; asst. cashier, 1924-; sec. R. L. Doughton, M. C., 1911-12; deputy consul gen'l, Vancouver, B. C., 1912-13; postmaster Jefferson, 1914-19; asst. supervisor census 8th dist. N. C., 1919-20; Methodist.

*COMAN, MATTHEW J.

        From Wake co.; Haywood co.; b. 1806; d. 1849; s. 1821.

*COMAR, NATHANIEL

        Caswell co.; s. 1824-25.

COMBS, ALVAH HAFF Lawyer

        627 W. 115th st., New York, N. Y.; A.B. 1917; LL.B. Columbia univ., 1921; b. Columbia, Dec. 31, 1896; p. Seldon M. and Martha (Brickhouse); Psi Epsilon; U. S. A. 1918-19; Baptist.

COMBS, ANTHONY RUSH

        Leaksville; s. 1920-22; Univ. of Sou. Cal.; b. Leaksville, Oct. 27, 1900; p. W. R. and -- -- --.

COMBS, HARVARD JOHNSON Physician

        308 W. Main st., Elizabeth City; s. 1912-14; M.D. Jefferson Med. col., 1918; b. Tyrrell co., Oct. 6, 1894; p. Seldom M. and Martha (Brickhouse); m. Alyce Evelyn Combs, Feb. 1, 1920; practicing physician, Elizabeth City; Elk; Baptist.

COMBS, JOSEPH JOHN Student

        627 W. 115th st., New York N. Y.; s. 1919-21; Columbia univ. 1921-22; Col. of Physicians and Surgeons 1922-; b. Columbia, June 2, 1902; p. S. M. and Martha (Brickhouse); Phi Soc.; Baptist.

COMER, WILLIAM ERNEST Student

        North Wilkesboro; pres. Jennings; A.B. 1923; Univ. of Va. (summer) 1921; b. New Castle, Aug. 9, 1895; p. William Thos. and Alcy L. (Howard); Di Soc.; Elisha Mitchell Soc.; Acacia; Phi Alpha Delta; Mason; Baptist.

CONDON, MARTIN JOSEPH Miner

        2289 Madison ave., Memphis, Tenn.; s. 1901; Georgetown; Columbia; b. Knoxville, Tenn., Apr. 29, 1883; p. Martin James and Margaret (McMillan); m. Shirley Cummins, Jan. 17, 1908; varsity football, 1901; Alpha Delta Phi (Columbia); K. of C.; Catholic.

CONE, BENJAMIN

        Greensboro; A.B. 1920; b. New York state, Aug. 10, 1899; p. Ceasar and Jeannette (Siegel); textile comm. bus.; S. A. T. C., U. S. M. C., 1918; Hebrew.

CONE, HERMAN Manufacturer

        Proximity Branch, Greensboro; s. 1912-14; b. New York City, May 2, 1895; p. Ceasar and Jeannette (Siegel); m. Louise Wolf, Mar. 20, 1922; ensign U. S. N. R. F., 1917-19; Hebrew.

CONGER, EDWARD CHAMBERLAIN

        Elizabeth City; s. 1904-05; Va. Poly. inst.; b. Port Huron, Mich., Aug. 25, 1886.

*CONGER, HENRY RUTGERS

        From Tarboro; New York; d. New York City, 1918; s. l. 1911.

CONGER, JOSEPH HAROLD

        Church st., Edenton; s. 1914; b. Columbia, S. C., Jan. 1, 1892; p. E. R. and Hattie G. (Gillingham); m. Nellie Rose; Delta Kappa Epsilon; 2 yrs. U. S. A. as 2nd lieut.; dealer in ice and coal since; vice-pres. chamber of commerce; U. S. A. 1917-19; Episcopalian.

CONLEY, JAMES ROBERT Salesman

        1307 Syndicate Trust bldg., St. Louis, Mo.; Ph.B. 1901; Columbia univ. 1913; b. Caldwell co., July 10, 1879; p. Maj. Harvey


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Perkins and Josephine (Dula); teacher 1902-17; salesman Durham Hosiery mills, 1918-22; salesman Hunter Mfg. and Commission co., 1923-; Pythian; Methodist.

CONLY, WILLIAM CLIFFORD Insurance

        Morganton; s. p. 1917-19; b. Morganton, Mar. 24, 1899; p. Amos Hugh and Mattie Geneva; m. Bettie Waters; dry goods buyer; poultry raiser; farmer; sign painter; sales service mgr.; druggist; ins. agt. 1924-; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Methodist.

‡CONNELL, EARLE WARE Student

        Mount Holly; pres. 1112 N. Eutaw st., Baltimore, Md.; s. 1918-19; Baltimore Col. Dental Surgery 1920-.

CONNELLY, RALPH PERKINS Electrician

        511 W. 7th st., Charlotte; s. 1918-20; Davenport col.; b. Lenoir co., July 13, 1877; p. H. P. and Josephine Elizabeth (Dula); m. Carrie Etta Wern. Nov. 30, 1904; Di Soc.; Sou. Bell Tel. & Tel. co. 1901-08; Sou. Power co. 1908-11; electrician for city of Charlotte 1912-; Methodist.

*CONNER, CHARLES

        Lincolnton; s. 1812.

CONNER, COLENEOUS GODWIN Farmer

        Rich Square; s. 1898-99; b. Rich Square, Jan. 16, 1873; p. E. W. and Barbara (Powell); m. Dorothy V. Clark, Dec. 19, 1900; Methodist.

*CONNER, HENRY Merchant

        Bladen Springs, Ala.; b. 1837; d. 1878; s. 1857-58; lieut. C. S. A.

*CONNER, HENRY WOALMAN Merchant

        Lincoln co.; b. 1844; d. 1872; s. 1866-67; C. S. A.

*CONNER, JOHN

        Nixonton; s. 1805.

*CONNER, JAMES F.

        From Lincolnton; Alabama; s. 1825.

CONNER, PERCY JAMES Manufacturer

        Johnson City, Tenn.; s. 1922; Univ. of South; b. Briston, Tenn., July 7, 1902; p. J. J. and Lou Virginia (Deafer); Kappa Sigma; bedding mfg. 1922-; Methodist.

*CONNER, SAMUEL Z. Physician

        From Lincolnton; Alabama; s. 1825.

CONNOR, EDWIN ERWIN Farmer

        Candler; A.B. 1907; Wake Forest col. 1902-03; b. Mars Hill, Nov. 20, 1882; p. W. O. and Marietta (Carter); m. Elva Crowell, Dec. 20, 1909; teacher 1907-21; farmer and dairyman 1921-; Mason; Methodist.

CONNOR, GEORGE WHITFIELD Lawyer

        Goldsboro; A.B. 1892; b. Wilson, Oct. 24, 1872; p. Judge H. G. and Kate (Whitfield); m. Bessie Hadley, May 30, 1894; Phi. Soc.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; prin. Goldsboro H. S. 1892-94; supt. Wilson public schools 1894-97; merchant 1897-1900; lawyer 1900-13; judge sup'r ct. 1913-; rep. gen. assem. 1909; speaker house of rep. 1913; trustee U. N. C. 1905-09.

CONNOR, HUBERT BASCOMB Mine Engineer

        Greeley, Ala.; A.B. 1908; b. Mars Hill, Jan. 22, 1885; p. W. O. and Marietta (Carter); m. Mary Helen Carter, Oct. 25, 1910; chemist T. C. I. & R. R. co. 1908-20; mine engineer 1920-; Methodist.

CONNOR, HENRY GROVES, JR. Lawyer

        Wilson; B.S. 1897; s. s. l. 1898; b. Wilson, July 19, 1876; p. Judge Henry G. and Kate (Whitfield); m. Elizabeth Clark, Apr. 17, 1901; grad. cum laude; Phi Soc.; sen. 1919; representative to legislature 1921-23; Presbyterian.

CONNOR, MAX BRINSON Editor

        Belhaven; s. 1920-21; Guilford col.; b. Blades, Mar. 31, 1902; p. Gabriel Acie and Grace (Brinson); editor Belhaven Journal; Woodman; Christian (Disciple).

CONNOR, ROBERT DIGGS WIMBERLY Teacher

        Chapel Hill; Ph.B. 1899; Columbia univ 1920-21; b. Wilson, Sept. 26, 1878; p. Judge Henry Groves and Kate (Whitfield); m. Sadie Hanes, Dec. 23, 1902; Phi Soc.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; editor Tar Heel; editor Univ. Magazine; Gorgon's Head; editor and bus. mgr. Hel lenian; teacher Winston H. S. 1899-1902 supt. Oxford Graded sch. 1902; prin. Wimington H. S. 1902-04; staff of state dept. of education, 1904-07; Kenan prof. of history and govt. U. N. C. 1921-; mem. N. C. historical comm. 1903-07; trustee U. N. C. 1913-20; sec. bd. of trustees 1915-20; sec. N. C. teachers' assembly 1906-12; pres. and sec. N. C. state literary and historical assn.; mem. nat. bd. for hist. service 1917-18; mem. Am. Hist. assn.; mem. Am. Political Science assn.; hon. mem. Am. Antiquarian soc.; pres. gen'l alumni assn. U. N. C. 1917-21; author Cornelius Harnett, An Essay in North Carolina History; Life and Speeches of Charles Brantley Aycock; joint author History of North Carolinas Colonial-Revolutionary Periods, 1584-1783; North Carolina as a Proprietary; Story of the Old North State; Makers of North Carolina History; Story of the United States for Young Americans; Revolutionary Leaders of North Carolina; Race Elements in the Population of North Carolina; Ante-Bellum Builders of North Carolina; Episcopalian.

CONNOR, WILBUR PINCKNEY

        Clayton; s. 1918-19.


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‡CONOLY, JAMES HOLBERT

        Maxton; pres. 10th and Walnut sts., Philadelphia, Pa.; s. a. 1919-20; s. m. 1920-21; Jefferson Med. col.; b. Maxton, Aug. 8, 1898; p. J. H. and Catherine Ann (Campbell).

CONOLY, JOHN LESLIE

        Shannon; s. 1915-16; b. Shannon, June 7, 1895; p. James H. and Catherine Ann (Campbell).

CONOLY, LACY NEWTON Physician

        601 Walnut st., Camden, N. J.; s. 1914-17; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1919; b. Shannon, Nov. 15, 1892; p. James H. and Cathrine Ann (Campbell); surgical staff Cooper hosp.; Presbyterian.

CONRAD, DRUID HOMER Merchant

        N. 3 Notch st., Troy, Ala.; s. 1911-14; b. Lexington, Sept. 17, 1894; p. David Franklin and Mary (Miller); m. Madge Brantley, Nov. 22, 1915; rep. R. J. Reynolds Tob. co., Ala., 1914-20; wholesale hdw. dealer 1920-; Shriner; Elk; Rotarian; Baptist.

CONRAD, EDWIN FULLER Realtor

        Box 46, Winston-Salem; A.B. 1915; b. Winston-Salem, Jan. 20, 1892; p. James E. and Minnie (Dull); Di Soc.; teacher 2 yrs.; real estate bus. 1917-; Moravian.

CONRAD, FLAVIUS VIRTNER

        Lexington; s. 1921-22; b. Thomasville, Apr. 14, 1899; p. J. W. and -- -- --.

CONRAD, G. FRANKLIN

        Lexington; s. 1912-13.

‡CONRAD, HOLMES, JR.

        Winchester, Va.; s. l. 1897-98.

CONRAD, HOWARD CLARENCE Clerk

        Box 1841, Winston-Salem; A.B. 1915; b. Forsyth co., May 22, 1895; p. Edwin Alexander and Laura Rebecca (Transou); m. Florence Estelle Fenner, Oct. 6, 1919; U. S. A. 1918; Moravian.

*CONRAD, JOHN CALVIN Planter

        From Conrads; Huntsville; b. 1840; s. 1857-59; C. S. A.

†CONRAD, JAMES MADISON Physician

        Midway; s. a. 1881-83; s. m. 1882-83; b. 1860.

CONROY, FRANK DAVIES

        Cullowhee; A.B. 1914; b. Cullowhee, Aug. 28, 1893; p. F. J. and -- -- --.

CONSTABLE, ERNEST WILLIAM Chemist

        N. C. Dept. of Agri., Raleigh; M. S. 1923; B.S. N. C. Col. of A. & E. 1921; Alpha Chi Sigma; b. Richmond, Va., Oct. 7, 1891; p. Rev. William Palmer and Nannie (Sanders).

‡CONWELL, CHARLES EVERETT Physician

        131 Randall ave., Syracuse, N. Y.; M.D. 1905.

CONWELL, ROY MAHLON Railway Clerk

        Sou. Ry co., Richmond, Va.; s. p. 1918; b. Oct. 17, 1898; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918.

CONYERS, WILLIAM PRIESTLY, JR. Merchant

        712 Pettigrew st., Greenville, S. C.; s. 1914-17; Furman univ. 1912-14; b. Greenville, July 6, 1898; p. William Priestly and Marie Crowell (Gower); m. Olivia Fitts Wallace, Oct. 20, 1920; Alpha Tau Omega; insurance bus, 1920-21; mgr. Road Contracting co. 1921-22; treas. J. A. Bull Groc. co. 1922-; U. S. A. 1918-19; Presbyterian.

COOK, ALEXANDER EUGENE

        672 Hale st., Fayetteville; s. a. 1917-18; LL.B. 1924; U. S. Naval acad. 1918-20; Davidson col. 1920; b. Fayetteville, Aug. 28, 1899; p. Henry Lilly and Minnie Hili (Watson); Beta Theta Pi; Phi Delta Phi; midshipman U. S. N. 1918-20; Presbyterian.

COOK, BENJAMIN EDWARD

        Care Miss A. Robertson, House Office bldg., Washington, D. C.; s. 1908-09.

*COOK, CHARLES ALSTON

        From Warrenton; Muskogee, Okla.; b. Oct. 7, 1848; d. Oct. 21, 1916; s. 1866-68; A.M. 1881; A.B. Princeton 1870; A.M. ibid. 1873; lawyer; solic. inf'r ct. 1878-80; state sen. 1887 and 1895; U. S. dist. atty. 1889-93; mem. house of rep. 1897; asso. justice supr. ct. 1901-03; inspr. small arms practice, rank col. N. C. state guards, 1897-1901; trustee U. N. C. 1887-1901.

COOK, CHARLES SPURGEON Credit Manager

        Austin Court apt., Forest Hills, Long Island, N. Y.; A.B. 1912; b. Charlotte, Dec. 4, 1891; p. Henry A. and Jane Gray (Bennett); employee Ga. State bank, La-Grange, Ga., 1912-17; ibid. Haskins & Sells, public accts., N. Y. City, 1917-19; credit mgr. Paine Webber & co., N. Y. City, 1919-; seaman-chief petty off. transport service U. S. N. 1918-19; Baptist.

‡COOK, CHARLES WESLEY

        Swannanoa ave., West Asheville; s. 1908-09.

COOK, EDWARD STARR Banker

        672 Hale st., Fayetteville; s. 1922-23; b. Fayetteville, Aug. 19, 1904; p. Henry Lilly and Minnie Hill (Watson); Presbyterian.

COOK, HENRY LILLY, JR. Physician

        Hoy, Fayetteville; s. 1909-10; Trinity col. 1912-14; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1916; b. Fayetteville, July 14, 1892; p. Henry L. and Minnie Hill (Watson); m. Carolyn G. Reid, May 5, 1919; Sigma Chi; Kappa Psi; author Sanitation of Rural Homes; Presbyterian.


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*COOK, JOHN HENRY

        From Laurinburg; Maxton; b. Timmonsville, S. C., Nov., 1874; d. Dec., 1904; s. l. 1897-99; Trinity col. 1891-92; merchant Laurinburg 1892-96; editor and prop. Laurinburg Exchange; mayor Laurinburg 1896-97; lawyer Maxton 1899-1904; mayor Maxton; Methodist.

COOK, JOHN H. Lawyer

        674 Hale st., Fayetteville; s. 1913-14; 1915-16; Davidson col. 1912-13; b. Fayetteville, July 27, 1894; p. Henry Lilly and Minnie (Watson); m. May Sedberry, Feb. 14, 1917; Pi Kappa Phi; 2nd lieut. U. S. A.; service corps of judge advocate general's dept. 1918; Presbyterian.

COOK, JOSEPH LINDSAY Laboratory Specialist

        112 S. Broad st., Winston-Salem; B.S. 1922; M.S. Univ. of Pa.; b. Winston-Salem, Aug. 24, 1897; p. Jacob and Mittie Emma (Whirlow); Di Soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Chi; Theta Chi; Baptist.

COOK, JOHN MONROE Banker

        W. Davis st., Burlington; s. l. 1896-97; Ph.B. Elon col. 1896; b. Alamance co., Sept. 14, 1866; p. Archibald M. and Melissa Jane (Albright); m. Jessie Albright Sharpe, Feb., 1915; with Piedmont Trust co. as vice-pres. and mgr.; Methodist.

COOK, JAMES SION Lawyer

        Graham; A.B. 1901; s. l. 1902-03; b. Guilford co., Jan. 15, 1870; p. Aaron and Martha Jane (Pegram); m. Margaret Bland. June 20, 1912; teacher Faison H. S. 1901-02; lawyer 1902-; mayor Graham 1912-14; Mason; Pythian; Methodist.

*COOK, JOHN THOMAS

        Warrenton; b. Oct. 23, 1837; killed Chancellorsville, May, 1863; A.B. 1859; sergt.-maj. C. S. A. 12th reg.

COOK, LEON TROY

        Purcell Okla.; s. l. 1901-02.

COOK, MARSHALL EDWARDS Postal Service

        1030 Denison st., Muskogee, Okla.; s. 1901-02; b. Warrenton, Feb. 26, 1883; p. Judge Charles Alston and Marina (Jones); Elk; Shriner; Methodist.

COOK, ROBERT EDWARD LEE, JR.

        Times bldg., Chattanooga, Tenn.; s. a. 1912-13; s. l. 1917-18; Va. Mil. inst.; b. Tarboro, Oct. 8, 1894; p. R. E. L. and -- -- --.

‡COOK, WILLIAM JONES

        Pensacola, Fla.; s. 1909-10.

*COOK, WALTER WATSON Lawyer

        Fayetteville; b. Jan. 29, 1891; d. Dec. 6, 1921; s. a. 1907-10; s. l. 1913; mem. firm Cook & Cook, Fayetteville, 1914-21; pvt. co. "F" 2nd N. C. reg. Mexican border service 1916-17; ibid. co. "F" 119th inf. 30th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

COOKE, CHARLES KEARNEY Highway Engineer

        Louisburg; s. 1913-14; B.E. N. C. State Col. of A. & E. 1918; b. Louisburg, Aug. 31, 1895; p. Charles King and Rosa (Kearney); Phi Soc.; Sigma Nu; 83rd and 42nd div. A. E. F. 1918-19; Methodist.

*COOKE, FREDERICK KINGSBURY

        From Louisburg; Wake Forest; b. Dec. 12, 1877; d. Feb. 7, 1910; s. m. 1898-1900; M.D.Tulane 1901; dean and prof. anatomy med. dept., Wake Forest col.

COOKE, FRANCIS NEAL Army Officer

        Care Adj. Gen. War dept., Washington, D. C.; pres. The Army War col., Washington Barracks, Washington, D. C.; s. 1892-94; U.S.M.A. 1895-99; b. Louisburg, Oct. 11, 1875; p. Judge Charles M. and Elizabeth (Person); Kappa Alpha; 2nd lieut. artillery 1899; 1st lieut. 1903; capt. 1905; maj. C. A. C. 1916; lieut.-col. 1920; col. 1921.

COOKE, GRADY CARLISLE Physician

        Ardmore, Winston-Salem; s. 1914-16; Wake Forest col. 1913; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1918; b. Pinnacle, Mar. 4, 1894; p. Silas Jasper and Clara Lee (Spainhour); m. Ellen Nell McBride, Dec. 19, 1915; inventions: artificial pneumothorax apparatus, splint for fractures of long bones; author several articles published in medical journals; S. A. T. C. Univ. of Md.; Baptist.

COOKE, HENRY MADDREY Druggist

        201 S. Church st., Salisbury; s. 1903-04; b. Murfreesboro, Jan. 3, 1878; p. Henry Harrison and Elizabeth Florence (Maddrey); m. Florence Fordham; retail drug bus.; owner H. M. Cooke pharmacy, Spencer. for 19 yrs.; owner Branch Drug bus., Charlotte, 3 yrs.; mayor Spencer 1909-10; Shriner; Junior; Baptist.

*COOKE, PERCY

        From Louisburg; Gastonia; s. l. 1890-93.

COOLEY, HAROLD DUNBAR Lawyer

        Nashville; s. l. 1916-18; Yale univ. 1919-20; b. Nashville, July 26, 1897; p. Roger A. Pryor and Hattie Gertrude (Davis); m. Madeline M. Strickland, June 30, 1923; Phi Delta Theta; Phi Delta Phi; aviation service U. S. N. R. F. 1918; Junior; Baptist.

*COOLEY, JAMES PINKNEY Lawyer

        From Cherokee, S. C.; Covington, Ga; d. 1910; s. 1901; made solicitor and died one week after election.

COOPER, CARL MANN Merchant

        Nashville; s. 1917-18; b. Nashville, Mar. 7, 1898; p. Frederick Battle and Effie (Roberson); m. Ruby Bunn, Apr. 12, 1923; salesman 1920; merchant 1921-; Methodist.


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COOPER, CHARLES MEMUCAN, JR. Tobacconist

        218 William st., Henderson; s. 1907-08; Wake Forest col. 1906-07; b. Henderson, Jan. 7, 1889; p. Charles Memucan and Sallie Metts (Mitchell); m. Annie Meredith Jones, June 7, 1919; U. S. A. 1918-19; Baptist.

COOPER, DALTON

        Albemarle; s. 1917-18; b. Albemarle, Aug. 2, 1897; p. J. E. and -- -- --.

COOPER, DAVID ALEXANDER Physician

        240 Charles st., Henderson; B.S. 1919; M.D. Univ. of Pa. 1921; b. Henderson, July 12, 1897; p. John D. and Fannie Spottswood (Burwell); Phi Theta; Delta Kappa Epsilon; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Mason; Methodist.

COOPER, DAVID JACKSON

        Henderson; s. 1920-21; Washington and Lee univ.; b. Henderson, July 7, 1902; p. S. P. and Mary Louisa (Jackson); Zeta Psi.

COOPER, ESTHER

        (See Hilburn, Mrs. Tibbis Cecil).

COOPER, EDWIN B. Grocer

        Dunn; s. 1919-20; p. Preston S. and Lela (Smith); m. Clara Pope, 1924; wholesale grocer.

*COOPER, ELI MCF.

        Maysville, S. C.; s. 1859-60.

‡COOPER, ELLIOT T. Banker

        120 E. 30th st., New York, N. Y.; A.B. 1918; b. Oxford, Mar. 4, 1898; p. Henry G. and Emma Julia (Horner); Zeta Psi; 2nd lieut. U. S. A. 1918; Episcopalian.

COOPER, FRANK HODGES Tobacconist

        P. O. Box 78, Cape Town, South Africa; A.B. 1916; b. Washington, June 10, 1895; p. Robert Adrian and Miriam Eliza (Hodges); m. Eula Hortense, Feb. 1, 1916; Phi Soc.; clerk White Furn. co., Mebane 1916-17; factory mgr. Export Leaf Tob. co. 1917-20; buyer Fort Jameson, S. Africa 1920-; author several historical articles and monographs on N. C. history; Presbyterian.

COOPER, GIBSON AYCOCK Auto Dealer

        Salemburg; s. p. 1920; Med. Col. of Va.; b. Salemburg, July 25, 1900; p. Dr. Abner Tillman and Sara (Franklin); m. Vivian Templeton; Baptist.

COOPER, GORDON BENNETT Civil Engineer

        Clinton; pres. Jacksonville; s. l. 1911; p. A. J. and Eilza (Britt); m. Mary J. Sutton, Jan. 18, 1916; gen'l engr. Clinton, Warsaw and Faison 1911-14; engr. Rowlaud Lumber co. 1914-17; gen'l engr. Apex 1917-22; resident engr. N. C. state highway comm. 1922-.

COOPER, GEORGE HERMAN Minister

        305 Mitchell ave., Salisbury; A.B. 1916; Roanoke col.; B.D. Theo. sem., Columbia, S. C., 1924; b. Rowan co., Feb. 17, 1894; p. John F. and Martha Jane (Page); prin. Deltaville, Va., H. S. 1916-17; minister 1920-; pastor Haven Evangelical Lutheran church, 1924-; chaplain local post Am. Legion; chaplain Jr. O. U. A. M.; Civitan; Junior.

COOPER, GEORGE LONG Minister

        503 Mangum st., Durham; s. 1912; Davidson col. 1913-16; Union Theological sem. 1921; b. Graham. Sept. 9, 1893; p. William Lee and Geneva (Albright); m. Darotine Hammer, July 7, 1922; Presbyterian.

COOPER, HENRY BURWELL

        240 Charles st., Henderson; A.B. 1921; b. Henderson, Nov. 1, 1899; p. John Downey and Fannie Spottiswood (Burwell); Delta Kappa Epsilon; employee Carolina Bag. co., Henderson. 1923-24; treas. and gen'l mgr., Cooper Motor co., Oxford, 1924-; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Methodist.

COOPER, JAMES ALLISON Farmer

        Henderson; s. 1912-13; Washington and Lee univ. 1 yr.; b. Henderson, Mar. 17, 1894; p. David Young and Leah (Penny); m. Frances Cheatham.

‡COOPER, JAMES CRAWFORD

        Oxford; s. 1904-05; b. Sept. 5, 1886.

COOPER, JAMES EDWIN Lumberman

        89 Montfondane, Asheville; s. 1904-06; Emory and Henry; b. Murphy, Feb. 19, 1886; p. W. N. and Jennie (Jackson); m. Myrtle Gudger, June 4. 1918; Beta Theta Pi; mgr. Citizens Lumber co. Asheville; 1st lieut. 316th F. A. 81 div.; Mason; Methodist.

COOPER, JOHN A.

        Henderson; s. 1910; b. Graham, Mar. 7, 1890; p. W. L. and -- --.

*COOPER, JAMES HENRY

        From Fair View; b. Hillsboro, Ga., Oct. 30, 1868; d. Mar. 27, 1897; s. 1892-94; lawyer Asheville and Columbus; teacher 4 yrs.; Methodist.

*COOPER, JOHN HENRY

        Clinton; d. 1909; s. 1907-09.

COOPER, JUNIUS HORNER Banker

        Williamsboro st., Oxford; A.B. 1923; b. Oxford, Nov. 2, 1901; p. Henry George and Julia (Horner); Zeta Psi; cotton mill employee, Spartanburg, S. C., June-July, 1923; banking Oxford, 1923-; Episcopalian.

*COOPER, JAMES WASHBURN, JR. Lumberman

        Murphy; b. June 26, 1877; d. 1906; s. 1896-98; mining; capt. 2nd N. C. vols. U. S. A. 1898.


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COOPER, LENOX GORE Insurance

        207 North 5th st., Wilmington; A.B. 1921; Citadel 1917-19; Harvard 1921-22; b. Wilmington, Feb. 8, 1901; p. William Bryant and Frances Ada (Gore); Pi Kappa Alpha; bank teller 1922; Methodist.

COOPER, LEE MORTON Lodge Manager

        R.F.D. 1, Washington; s. 1917-19; b. Washington, May 19, 1900; p. Robert Adrian and Minnie Elizabeth (Hodges); baseball; track; employee Brogan Fert. co., Washington, 1920; ibid. Imperial Tob. co., Washington; Frankfort, Ky., 1920-22; mgr. Wedgefield Lodge, Georgetown, S. C., 1923-; S. A. T. C.; Elk; Christian.

COOPER, MARSHALL YOUNG Office Manager

        240 Charles st., Henderson; s. 1919-23; b. Henderson, Mar. 31, 1901; p. John Downey and Fannie Spotteswood (Burwell); Delta Kappa Epsilon; treas. The Parham co.; Methodist.

COOPER, NINA HORNER Teacher

        Horner Hill, Oxford; A.B. 1922; St. Mary's 1917-20; b. Oxford, Sept. 26, 1899; p. Henry George and Emma Julia (Horner); Pi Beta Phi; Episcopalian.

*COOPER, ROBERT ENGLISH Minister

        From Sumpter Distr., S. C.; Hillsboro, Texas; b. Dec. 10, 1833; A.B. 1860; chaplain, C. S. A.; Presbyterian.

*COOPER, ROBERT LEE Lawyer

        Murphy; b. May 21, 1865; d. Jan. 19, 1904; s. l. 1885-87; pres. bank; mayor, 1895-97.

COOPER, SYDNEY PERRY Manufacturer

        William st., Henderson; s. 1894-95; b. Henderson, July 25, 1877; p. David Young and Nellie (Perry); m. Mary Louisa Jackson, Atlanta, Ga., Nov. 7, 1900; Zeta Psi; gen. mgr. Cooper Tob. warehouse, 1900-13; vice-pres. and sales mgr., Henderson Cotton Mill and Harriet Cotton Mill, 1913-20; pres. ibid. 1920-; dir. Citizens Bank & Trust co., Henderson; mem. Foreign Trade comm., Amer. Cotton Mfg. assn.; Elk; Pythian; Episcopalian.

COOPER, THOMAS DUNCAN Lawyer

        Fountain place, Burlington; s. l. 1919-21; b. Graham, June 26, 1898; p. Thomas H. and Julia (Bradshaw); m. Aline Reid, Sept. 19, 1923; Phi Delta Phi; 2nd lieut. A. E. F. 1917-19; gassed Oct. 1918; 1st lieut. O. R. C.; Mason; Knight Templar; Presbyterian.

COOPER, TIM ERVIN Lawyer

        Jackson, Miss.; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; b. Copiah co., Miss., July 5, 1843; p. Wm. A. and Mary (Ford); m. Mary Dicks, Nov. 1, 1866; retired 1918; chief justice supr. ct., Miss., 1881-96; 18th Miss. reg. C. S. A. 1861-65; Episcopalian.

COOPER, THOMAS JEFFERSON Lumberman

        Haynes st., Sandersville; s. 1889-93; b. Murphy, Dec. 20, 1868; p. James Warner and Emily Isabel (Henry); Di Soc.; pres. '93; gen. merchandise, Murphy 4 yrs.; lumber bus., Ga.; Mason; Elk; Pythian; Methodist.

*COOPER, THOMAS L.

        Hertford co.; d. 1853; s. 1852-53.

*COOPER, THOMAS WATSON

        Bertie co.; b. Mar. 18, 1841; killed, Gettysburg, July 1, 1863; A.B. 1860; lieut. co. "C" 11th reg. C. S. A.

COOPER, WILLIAM HAYWOOD, JR. Banker

        Main st., Laurinburg; s. 1919-20; Guilford col.; b. Laurinburg, Nov. 20, 1899; p. William Haywood and Claud (Bundy); Knight Templar; Shriner; Methodist.

COOPER, WILLIAMSON LEE, JR. Teacher

        Graham; A.B. 1911; N. C. State Col. of A. & E.; b. Graham, July 11, 1889; p. William Lee and Geneva (Albright); m. Lilian Norwood Murray, Aug. 20, 1913; prin. Mebane graded sch. 1911-13; ibid. Glade Valley H. S. 1913-14; supt. Elise H. S. 1914-15; ibid. Glade Valley H. S. 1915-18; prin. Hawfield H. S. 1918; supt. Alexander Wilson H. S. 1918-24; Presbyterian.

†COPELAND, ERNEST WINSLOW

        St. Vincent's Charity hosp., Greensboro; s. l. 1909-10.

COPELAND, JAMES WATSON, JR. Merchant

        Clinton, S. C.; s. l. 1897-99; b. Clinton, S. C., Oct. 10, 1878.

COPELAND, ROBERT ERNEST Merchant

        Kinston; s. 1885-87; Rutherford col.; Trinity col.; p. C. B. and Zinah -- --; m. Elizabeth -- Nov., 1899.

COPELAND, ROBERT ROYAL Druggist

        104 E. Main st., Ahoskie; s. p. 1916; Ph.G. Med. Col. of Va. 1908; b. Ahoskie, Jan. 28, 1886; p. James Alfred and Bettie (Harrell); m. Lillian Insley, June 30, 1914; m. Bettie Sessoms, June 10, 1922; Phi Theta Sigma; Edgecombe Drug co., Tarboro, 1916-19; owner and mgr. Copeland Drug co. 1919-; mem. N. C. Phar. assn.; ibid. N. A. R. D.; Amer. Phar. assn.; 1st lieut. 4th reg. Va. vol. 1909-16; Shriner; Baptist.

*COPELAND, VIRGINIUS

        Wilson; b. Aug. 13, 1841; d. in service, C. S. A.; s. 1860-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; lieut-col. C. S. A.

‡COPENHAVER, HARRIS

        Englewood, N. J.; s. 1916-17.

COPPEDGE, THOMAS OLIVER Physician

        Nashville; s. 1901; M.D. Col. of Physicians and Surgeons 1908; b. Wentworth. Nov. 1, 1881; p. Capt. W. B. and Eugenia M. (Rattiffe); m. Anna Mae Spear, Aug. 4, 1909; teacher 1901-04; Presbyterian.


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†COPPLE, SAMUEL PEARSON Teacher

        Hannersville; B.S. 1897; A.B. 1898.

‡COPPLE, THOMAS MOSES Physician

        Lexington; s. a. 1895-96; s. m. 1896-97; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1898; b. Hannerville, Apr. 11, 1874.

COPPRIDGE, WILLIAM MAURICE Physician

        First Nat. Bank bldg., Durham; s. 1913-16; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1918; b. Danville, Va., July 24, 1893; p. William David and Mary Ellen (Ferguson); m. Ferrie Patterson Choate, July 2, 1919; asst. prof. pathology U. N. C. 1918-19; pathologist and urologist Watts hosp. Durham, 1919-; Presbyterian.

CORBETT, HARLAN DAVIS

        Whitakers; s. 1922-23; b. May 29, 1903.

*CORBETT, JOHN ARCHIBALD Planter

        From New Hanover co.; Delta; b. 1824; A.B. 1849; mem. house of c. 1852.

CORBETT, JAMES PATRICK

        Whitakers; s. 1921-22; b. Mar. 7, 1898.

CORBETT, RAYMOND YANCEY Apiarist

        Atkinson; s. 1909-10; b. Currie, Nov. 27, 1884; p. George Washington and Mary Ellen; m. Mary Katherine Smith, July 13, 1915; teacher; Ford dealer, 8 yrs.; owner Carolina Apiary co.; Woodman; Baptist.

CORBITT, DAVID LEROY

        Dickinson ave., Greenville; pres. Historical comm., Raleigh; A.B. 1924; b. Pitt co., May 3, 1895; p. James Samuel and Mary Virginia (Parkerson); N. C. historical comm., Raleigh; Baptist.

CORDON, EDWARD BROAD Chemist

        Care Allentown Mfg. co., Allentown, Pa.; B.S. 1920; b. Palmetto, Ga., Apr. 10, 1898; p. John Grey Myers and Emily Palamountain; baseball; Alphi Chi Sigma; seaman U. S. N. R. F.; intelligence serv. 1918; Episcopalian.

CORDON, JOSEPH PALAMOUNTAIN Salesman

        Care Louisville Varnish co., Louisville, Ky.; s. 1908-13; b. Atlanta, Ga., July 25, 1891; p. John Grey Myers and Emily Bennett (Palamountain); Phi Soc.; druggist E. W. O'Hanlon, Winston-Salem, 1913-14; ibid. H. R. Horne and Sons, Fayetteville, 1914; salesman, Louisville Varnish co., Louisville, Ky., 1915-; pharmacist mate U. S. N. 1917-19; Episcopalian.

COREY, ARTHUR BENJAMIN Lawyer

        Greenville; s. 1916-17; b. Winterville, Dec. 10, 1891; p. James Henry and Sudie Delitha (Tucker); sergt. 113th F. A. 30th div. 1917-19; Methodist.

COREY, JOSEPH PRESTON Insurance

        St. Petersburg, Fla.; s. 1920-23; Univ. of Fla., 1922; b. Winterville, Mar. 30, 1899; p. James Henry and Sudie Delitha (Tucker); m. Ruby Corneal Hunsucker, Feb. 2, 1924; purchasing agt. Young Mercantile co., 1923; agt. for Penn Mutual Life Ins. co., 1924; Methodist Episcopal (South).

CORNELIUS, WILLIAM EUGENE

        Mooresville; B.S. 1922; b. Mooresville, Jan. 29, 1897; p. E. L. and -- --.

‡CORNELIUS, WILLIAM HENRY Merchant

        Statesville; s. 1884-86; b. Statesville, Feb. 17, 1868; farmer.

CORNWALL, ROBERT CRAIG

        Chester, Va.; s. p. 1907-08.

CORNWELL, ABNER MILTON Student

        Lawndale; s. 1920-22; George Washington Med. sch. 1922-; b. Cleveland co., May 17, 1895; p. George L. and Julia (Gold); Di Soc.; pvt. Park battery 4th corps A. E. F. 1918-19; Baptist.

CORNWELL, JOHN BENNETT Bookkeeper

        Chester, S. C.; s. 1916-17; p. W. E. and Nellie -- --; m. Virginia Stone, Apr. 18, 1921; U. S. A. 1917-19.

†CORPENING, CLIFFORD

        Morganton; s. 1905-06.

CORPENING, CORA ZETA

        (See Kornegay, Mrs. C. W.).

CORPENING, HAROLD COCHREN Teacher

        Lenoir; A.B. 1922; b. Lenoir, Dec. 24, 1895; p. A. N. and Eola (Tuttle); Di Soc.; U. S. A. Camp Hancock, 1918.

CORPENING, HAROLD G. Physician

        Philadelphia, Pa.; s. m. 1917-18.

CORPENING, LINWOOD ELISHA Farmer

        Lenoir; s. 1888-89; b. Lenoir, Nov. 8, 1867.

*CORPENING, MARTIN LUTHER Physician

        From Lenoir; St. Louis, Mo.; Kansas City, Mo.; b. Feb. 26, 1856; d. Feb. 23, 1917; s. m. 1878-79; Lutheran.

CORRELL, HENRY NICHOLS Consulting Chemist

        Spartanburg, S. C.; s. 1919-20; Univ. of S. C. 1920-21; Columbia univ. 1922-; b. June 1, 1901; p. Augustus Boyd and Esther (Miller).

COSTEN, THOMAS WILLIAM Lawyer

        Gatesville; s. l. 1896-97; Guilford col.; b. Sunbury, June 20, 1873; p. Thomas William and Lucy H. (Brown); m. Nannie M. Seawell; supt. sch. Gates co. 1902-17; state sen. 1923; Methodist.

*COSTEN, ANDREW JACKSON

        Wilmington; b. Sept. 22, 1837; d. 1895; A.B. 1859; C. S. A.


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*COSTNER, FRANK LESLIE Druggist

        From Gastonia; Charlotte; b. Gastonia, Sept. 29, 1884; d. Oct. 21, 1918; s. p. 1905; employee Torrence Drug co. 1906-11; ibid. Jordon's (now Liggett's), Charlotte, 1911-14; ibid. J. P. Stowe Drug co. 1914-18; Mason; Knight Templar; Presbyterian.

COSTNER, GEORGE HENRY Physician

        Lincolnton; s. m. 1897-99.

COSTNER, HIRAM ARCHIE

        1422 Pendleton st., Greenville, S. C.; s. 1895-96.

COSTNER, J. MACAULAY Salesman

        1505 W. Market place, Greensboro; A.B. 1909; A.M. 1911; M.S. Mass. Institute of Tech. 1912; b. Raleigh, Mar. 12, 1889; p. J. Melanethon and Carrie (Wilson); m. Marion Jane Maloney, Jan. 15, 1920; Phi Soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; instr. U. N. C. 1909-11; purchasing agt. gen. contracting bus. N. Y. C., 1912-18; farmer 1920-21; instr. Raleigh H. S. 1921-22; salesman Nat. Cash Register co. 1922-24; mgr. Greensboro branch, Nat. Cash Register co., 1924-; 1st lieut. ordnance dept. U. S. A. 1918-20; Episcopalian.

COSTNER, ROBERT EDWIN Insurance

        Mt. Holly; s. 1884-87; b. Lincolnton, Oct. 22, 1864; p. Ambrose and Catherine Malinda (Quickle); m. Mary C. Parker, Oct. 19, 1898; farmer 1887-91; flour mfgr. 1891-1900; lawyer 1900-15; mayor Lincolnton, 1912; capt. co. "B" 4th reg. N. C. N. G. 1888; Lutheran.

COSTNER, WALTER VANCE Student

        Lincolnton; A.B. 1922; s. m. 1920-22; Jefferson Med. col. 1922-; b. Lincolnton, Mar. 10, 1898; p. Oscar A. and Olive A. (Hoover); S. A. T. C.; Lutheran.

*COTHRAN, JAMES FLETCHER Lawyer

        From Rougemont; Durham; b. Rougemont, Apr. 4, 1867; d. Durham, Aug. 6, 1912; s. l. 1905-07; bookkeeper and clerk for warehouse 1891-98, 1899-1907; farmer 1898-99; Pythian; Elk.

COTTEN, BRUCE

        "Cylburn," Roland park, Baltimore, Md.; s. 1891-92; b. Wilson, Mar. 3, 1873; p. Col. Robert Randolph and Sally Sims (Southall); m. Mrs. Jesse Tyson (nee Edyth Johns), Aug. 4, 1910; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; author, An Adventure in Alaska During the Gold Excitement of 1897-98, and many other short articles; corp. independent bat., Washington vol. July-Oct. 1898; corp. 3rd U. S. artillery 1898-1901; 2nd lieut. artillery 1901-07; 1st lieut. ibid. 1907-10; Boxer Rebellion 1900; Philippine Insurrection 1901-02; maj. U. S. A.; chief of M. I. 2nd military intelligence div. of the gen. staff; Episcopalian.

*COTTEN, JOSEPH Physician

        From Scotland Neck; Woodville; b. Aug. 12, 1845; d. May 19, 1877; s. 1863-64; A.B. 1911 as of 1867; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1867; C. S. A.

*COTTEN, JOHN WHITAKER

        From Raleigh; Tarboro; d. Sept. 7, 1922; s. 1861-63; A.B. 1911 as of 1865; Grand Master N. C. Masonic Grand lodge; lieut. C. S. A.; col. state guards.

COTTEN, PRESTON SIMS Lawyer

        41 Oxford st., Winchester, Mass.; LL.B. 1905; b. Falkland, Apr. 5, 1878; p. Robert Randolph and Sallie Swepson (Southall); m. Willa Strange, June 26, 1915; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Gimghoul; practicing atty. Greenville 1905-06; ibid. Norfolk, Va., 1906-14; banking since that time Boston, Mass.; Episcopalian.

COTTLE, BENJAMIN J. Salesman

        270 E. Ga. ave., Atlanta, Ga.; s. p. 1907-08; m. Hattie --; Internat. Proprietaries co.

COUCH, JOHN NATHANIEL Teacher

        Chapel Hill; A.B. 1919 (in absentia); A.M. 1923; Ph.D. 1924; Trinity 1914-17; L'Universite de Nancy, France, Mar.-June 1919; b. Darlington Heights, Va., Oct. 12, 1896; p. Rev. John Henry and Sallie Love (Terry); teacher Chapel Hill H. S. 1919-20; ibid. Charlotte H. S. 1920-21; several articles published in scientific journals; pvt. 56th Pioneer inf. A.E.F. 1918-19; Baptist.

COUCH, WILLIAM CARLTON Postman

        512 Willard st., Durham; s. 1889-91; b. Orange co., Jan. 18, 1866; p. A. B. and Julia J. (Norris); m. Georgia A. Terry, Apr. 22, 1901; m. Alie A. Jones, Nov. 3, 1909; teacher; farmer; ins. agt.; postman; Pythian; Baptist.

COUGHENOUR, WILLIAM CHAMBERS Lawyer

        315 S. Church st., Salisbury; A.B. 1908; Columbia univ.; b. Salisbury, Sept. 25, 1886; p. Thomas Adam and Mary Norfleet (Swicegood); m. Ruby Rollins Gray, Aug. 8, 1916; Pi Kappa Alpha; Gimghoul; Phi Beta Kappa; N. C. gen. assem. 1915-21; city atty. Salisbury 1919-23; chief boatswain mate U. S. N. R. F. 1917-19; Mason; Elk; Eagle; Pythian; Junior; Odd Fellow; Episcopalian.

COULTER, ELLIS MERTON Teacher

        Athens, Ga.; A.B. 1913; A.M. Univ. of Wis. 1915; Ph.D. 1917; b. Newton, July 20, 1890; p. John Ellis and Lucy Ann (Propst); Di Soc.; Alpha Sigma Phi; Phi Eta; Phi Kappa Phi; supt. Glen Alpine H. S. 1913-14; asst. instr. Univ. of Wis. 1914-17; prof. Marietta col. 1917-19; asso. prof. Univ. of Ga. 1919-22; prof. history 1922-; numerous historical papers published;


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author, History of Kentucky, (2 vol.); The Cincinnati Southern Railway and the Struggle for Southern Commerce; Army War col. U. S. A. 1918; Lutheran.

COULTER, VICTOR ALDINE Teacher

        University, Miss.; B.S. 1913; M.S. 1914; Ph.D. 1916; b. Catawba co., July 15, 1892; p. John Summey and Sarah Ann (Herman); Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Chi Sigma; instr. U. N. C. 1916-17; asst. prof. Univ. of Miss. 1919-; capt. 39th div., 77th div., 7th corps, 90th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Reformed Church.

COULTER, WILLIAM SUMMEY Lawyer

        623 Fountain place, Burlington; A.M. 1914; s. l. 1913-14; A.B. Catawba col. 1908; b. Newton, Aug. 28, 1886; p. John Summey and Sarah Ann (Herman); m. Annie Ben Long, Feb. 23, 1921; Di Soc.; teacher Bennettsville, S. C. H. S. 1910-11; prin. Fairview H. S. 1911-13; atty. city of Burlington; Kiwanian; Mason; Episcopalian.

COUNCIL, ALEXANDER MCALISTER Farmer

        White Oak; s. 1877-79; b. Bladen co., Dec. 18, 1859; p. John Taylor and Mary Jane (McAlister); m. Annie Mary Cromartie, Dec. 29, 1897; magistrate; co. comm.; chmn. bd. of educ.; co. treas. 6 yrs.; mem. house of rep.; Pythian; Methodist Episcopal (South).

COUNCIL, COMODORE THOMAS Druggist

        Care Five Points Drug co., Durham; s. p. 1905-06; b. Chatham co., Oct. 31, 1886; p. John Lawrence and Dora (Burgess); m. Betty Frances Durham, Mar. 23, 1908; Baptist.

COUNCIL, DAVID PENDLETON

        Lake Worth, Fla.; s. 1902-03.

COUNCIL, EDWARD AUGUSTUS Banker

        Morehead City; Ph.B. 1904; b. Oak City, Sept. 30, 1879; p. Thomas T. and Charity Temperance (Brown); m. Frances Matthews, May 23, 1916; Phi Soc.; Shriner; Episcopalian.

COUNCIL, WALTER WOOTEN Surgeon

        Cordova, Alaska; s. 1900-02; M.D. Univ. of Va. 1905; b. Councils, May 25, 1882; p. John Pickett and Johnnie (Wooten); m. Jane Roxanna Murray, Aug. 21, 1921; baseball, football, and track; Phi Rho Sigma; Phi Delta Theta; surg. for numerous concerns in Alaska; mem. of number of societies for the elevation of society in Alaska; Odd Fellow; Pythian; Elk; Protestant.

COUNCILL, CHARLES BOWER

        Salisbury; s. 1921-22; b. Salisbury, Jan. 29, 1902; p. J. B. and -- --.

COUNCILL, EDWARD TRACY

        Boone; s. 1916-17; b. Boone, Jan. 22, 1899; p. B. G. and -- --.

COUNCILL, GORDON STUART Manufacturer

        Roanoke Rapids; s. 1914-16; Brown univ.; b. Boone, Oct. 31, 1896; p. Judge W. B. and Mary Elizabeth (Coffey); m. Jane Irvin Doughty, Dec. 27, 1920; N. C. N. G. 1916; U. S. A., camps Devens and Hancock, 1917-18; Episcopalian.

COUNCILL, JAMES HARDIN Road Engineer

        Boone; s. 1921-23; b. Boone, Jan. 31, 1903; p. Benjamin James and Elora Blanche (Hagaman); Pi Kappa Phi; engr. Henderson co. road comm. to Apr. 1923; ibid. Transylvania co. road comm. 1923-; Baptist.

COUNCIL, STEDMAN CILLEY Engineer

        Hickory; s. 1919-20. 1922-23; b. Hickory, Jan. 29, 1902; p. W. B. and --; Pythian.

COURTNEY, ANDREW MARCUS Dairying

        215 Rowan st., Fayetteville; s. 1918-21; b. Fayetteville, Aug. 5, 1899; p. Marcus Lafayette and Mary (Evans); S. A. T. C.; Methodist.

COURTNEY, JOHN ARTHUR, JR. Accountant

        1427 13th ave., Hickory; s. 1915-18; b. Lenoir, Nov. 30, 1897; p. John A. and Flora (Estes); m. Elizabeth Goode. Aug. 9, 1919; Methodist.

*COURTS, DANIEL WILLIAM Lawyer

        Surry co.; b. Culpepper C. H., Va., Nov. 26, 1800; d. 1884; A.B. 1823; A.M. 1832; mem. house of c., 1831-33, '36, '46, and '48; state sen. 1850-51 and '64; state treas. 1837-39 and 1852-63; consul, Matanzas, 1839; trustee U. N. C. 1832-68; exec. com. bd. of trustees.

*COURTS, GEORGE ALBERT

        From Raleigh; Reidsville; b. Waughtown, Feb. 14, 1836; d. July 18, 1858; s. 1854-55.

*COURTS, WILLIAM JAMES Physician

        From Raleigh; Reidsville; b. Huntsville, Nov. 4, 1833; d. Mar. 28, 1912; m. Sarah Frances Carter, Jan. 8, 1857; s. 1852-54; M.D. N. Orleans Sch. of Med. 1857; Jefferson Med col.; state sen.; surg. 2nd and 45th and capt. 45th N. C. S. C., C. S. A.; Methodist.

*COVINGTON, BENJAMIN HAMILTON

        From Richmond co.; Rockingham; d. 1868; s. 1830-33.

*COVINGTON, CHARLES COLEMAN Merchant

        Wilmington; b. Rockingham, July 3, 1857; d. Greensboro, Jan. 14, 1923; m. Emmie C. Cromartie, Dec. 18, 1884; s. 1875-78; importer; mem. soc. of the Cincinnati; Pythian; Methodist.


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*COVINGTON, EDMUND DEBERRY

        From Richmond co.; Rockingham; d. 1845; A.B. 1844.

‡COVINGTON, EDMUND DEBERRY

        Trilby, Fla.; A.B. 1911 as of 1867; s. 1863-64; b. 1846; sergt.-maj. 44th N. C. reg. C. S. A.

*COVINGTON, FRANK LEAK Merchant

        Wilmington; b. Rockingham. Feb. 15, 1869; d. Oct. 27, 1898; s. 1887-90.

‡COVINGTON, GILBERT WORTH Cashier

        McDonald; s. 1917-18; b. Linden, Sept. 19, 1899; p. Elijah and -- --; bank of McDonald.

COVINGTON, HENRY HARRIS Minister

        1134 Westover ave., Norfolk, Va.; s. 1889-90; s. l. 1893-94; Wake Forest col.; B.D. Va. Theo. Sem. 1901; D.D. 1920; b. Aug. 3, 1870; p. Harris and Alice; m. Maria Lee, 1902.

*COVINGTON, HARRISON WALL Lawyer

        From Richmond co.; Rockingham; d. 1847; A.B. 1834; state sen. Ala. 1848-50.

*COVINGTON, JAMES MADISON

        From Richmond co.; Rockingham; d. 1839; s. 1836-37.

*COVINGTON, JAMES MADISON Physician

        From Rockingham; Wadesboro; b. Oct. 26, 1840; s. 1858-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1862; ord. sergt. 23rd N. C. inf. and 4th N. C. cavalry C. S. A.

*COVINGTON, JOHN MALLOY Manufacturer

        Laurinburg; b. Jan. 21, 1871; d. Sept. 29, 1902; s. 1888-89; sec. and treas. cotton mill.

COVINGTON, LAWRENCE EVERETT Accountant

        Raleigh; s. 1894-96; b. Laurinburg, Apr. 28, 1877; Merchants' Nat. bank, Raleigh.

COVINGTON, MARTIN LUTHER Automobile Electrician

        722 S. Mint st., Charlotte; s. 1917-20; b. Gibson, Oct. 4, 1900; p. Noah Luther and Gracie (Pate); farmer 1920-21; garage mgr. 1923-; Methodist.

COVINGTON, PLATT WALKER Physician

        Care International Health board, 61 Broadway, New York; s. 1904-06; Davidson col.; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1908; b. Rockingham, July 1, 1884; p. Dr. J. M. and Ella (McRae); m. Rhea Frances Wheat, Sept. 4, 1916; Kappa Sigma; Phi Chi; public health work; Rockefeller foundation 1911-; author numerous published articles on preventive medicine and sanitation; Presbyterian.

COVINGTON, ROBERT COOPER

        Laurinburg; s. p. 1913-14; b. Laurinburg, Mar. 17, 1892; p. T. T. and -- --.

COVINGTON, STEPHEN WALL

        Laurinburg; s. m. 1894-95.

*COVINGTON, STEPHEN WALL

        From Richmond co.; Rockingham; d. 1881; s. 1836-37.

*COVINGTON, THOMAS AREY

        From Richmond co.; Rockingham; d. 1869; A.B. 1843.

‡COVINGTON, THOMAS JEFFERSON

        Wadesboro; s. p. 1906-08.

COVINGTON, THOMAS THOMAS Merchant

        Laurinburg; s. 1878-80; b. 1861.

COVINGTON, THOMAS THOMAS Lumberman

        S. Main st., Laurinburg; s. 1909-10; b. Laurinburg, Oct. 15, 1888; p. Thomas Thomas and Mamie (Shaw); m. Rosalia Margarett Mitchener, July 29, 1917; Pi Kappa Alpha; Episcopalian.

COVINGTON, WILLIAM CLYDE Civil Service

        Wagram; s. 1918-19; b. Wagram, Jan. 3, 1898; p. William Wyatt and Ella (Howelle); salesman 1918-19; Presbyterian.

*COWAN, COLEMAN COKE Lawyer

        Webster; b. Dec. 24, 1866; d. May 11, 1920; m. Ethel Leatherwood, Apr. 11, 1914; s. l. 1894; mem. house of rep. 1891-93 and 1903-05; atty. for town of Sylvan; Baptist.

*COWAN, DAVE STONE

        b. June 25, 1863; d. Savannah, Ga., May 10, 1916; s. 1879-81; ry. employee; employee treasury dept., Wash., D. C. for two years; Episcopalian.

*COWAN, DAVID STONE Farmer

        From Wilmington; Robeson co.; b. May 8, 1835; d. May 22, 1903; s. 1850-51; ry. contractor; state sen. 1885-87.

*COWAN, HILEMAN CICERO Lawyer

        Webster; b. Jackson co., Sept. 22, 1871; d. Aug. 19, 1901; s. l. 1899-1900; co. supt. public instr., 1892-94; clerk sup'r ct. 1894-98; journal clerk, house of rep., 1899 and 1901.

COWAN, ISAAC BAKER, JR. Realtor

        935 Anderson st., Bristol, Tenn.; s. 1921-22; King col. 3 yrs.; Valparaiso univ.; b. Bristol, Tenn., Apr. 23, 1900; p. Isaac Baker and Martha Ella (Thomas); m. Mary Elizabeth Dillard, Dec. 19, 1922; S. A. T. C. King col. 1918; Presbyterian.

*COWAN, JOHN

        Wilmington; b. 1823; d. 1861; A.B. 1841.

*COWAN, JOHN

        Wilmington; b. 1842; s. 1859-60; clerk of finance ct.; capt. 3rd N. C. C. S. A.; prisoner at Ft. Pulaski.


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COWAN, JOHN COLUMBUS, JR. Mill Treasurer

        Rutherfordton; A.B. 1921; b. Rutherfordton, May 18, 1899; p. John Columbus and Ola (McDaniel); Di Soc.; Delta Sigma Phi; sec. S. E. Elmore, Spindale, July-Aug. 1921; cashier Stonecutter Mills ibid. 1921-23; asst. treas. ibid. 1923-; S. A. T. C. Plattsburg and U. N. C. 1918; Methodist.

COWAN, JONES GERALD Engineer

        87 N. Liberty st., Asheville; A.B. 1916; b. Asheville, Jan. 6, 1895; p. James K. and Florence (Doggett); m. Elsie Alexander, Apr. 29, 1922; Di Soc.; Omega Delta; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; 1st lieut. 316th F. A. 81st div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Episcopalian.

*COWAN, ROBERT H. Lawyer

        Wilmington; b. 1801; d. May 1843; A.B. 1821; mem. house of c. 1824-25.

*COWAN, ROBERT H.

        Wilmington; b. 1824; d. 1872; A.B. 1844; ry. commr.; ry. pres.; mem. house of c. 1866; col. 18th reg. C. S. A.

*COWAN, THOMAS

        From Wilmington; Brunswick co.; b. 1803; d. 1884; s. 1821.

*COWAN, THOMAS Lawyer

        Wilmington; b. Apr. 8, 1839; killed in battle, Civil war; A.B. 1858; lieut. C. S. A.

*COWAN, THOMAS Physician

        Wilmington; b. 1840; killed. Ft. Fisher, 1865; s. 1857-58; capt. C. S. A.

*COWAN, WILLIAM Lawyer

        From Wilmington; Elizabethtown; s. 1819-23; acct. gov. service.

*COWAN, WILLIAM DICK Physician

        From Wilmington; Cal.; b. 1821; d. 1859; A.B. 1843.

*COWAN, WILLIAM JAMES

        Wilmington; A.B. 1808; lawyer; mem. house of c. 1816, '17, and '21.

COWARD, JOHN HOLLIDAY Merchant

        Ayden; A.B. 1908; b. Green co., Oct. 5, 1887; p. John Holliday and Olivia (Carr); m. Blanche W. Cannon, Dec. 14, 1910; Phi Soc.; prin. Ormondsville H. S. 1908-09; bank teller 1909-10; merchant 1911-; pres. Mutual Bldg. & Loan assn.; Disciple of Christ.

COWELL, CHARLES FOWLER Manufacturer

        West Main st., Washington; A.B. 1912; b. Bayboro, July 25, 1890; p. John Franklin and Sallie L. (Baxter); teacher Charlotte H. S. 1912-14; salesman 1914-17; vice-pres. and gen. mgr. Pamlico Chem. co. 1919-; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut. U. S. A. 1917-18; Methodist.

*COWELL, HORACE BAXTER

        Washington; b. July 17, 1894; d. (in service) Nov. 10, 1918; s. 1913-16; salesman Pamlico Chem. co. 1916-17; capt. 322nd inf. 81st div. camps Jackson and Sevier 1917-18; A. E. F. July-Nov. 1918; killed in Verdun sector; varsity football 1913-15; Methodist.

COWLES, CALVIN DUVALL Physician

        209 Overland bldg., Boise, Idaho; s. 1900-01; A.B. Guilford col. 1900; M.D. Johns Hopkins univ. 1905; b. Ft. Supply, Ind. territory, June 26, 1880; p. Col. Calvin Duvall and Mary Elizabeth (Hitchcock); m. Mary Florence Ridenbaugh, Oct. 10, 1916; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; interne Johns Hopkins Univ. hosp. 1906; officer med. corps U. S. A. 1907-21; physician Boise, Idaho, 1921-; off. med. corps U. S. A. camp Greenleaf. Chickamauga park, Tenn., 1917-19; Episcopalian.

COWLES, DAVID HAMILTON Army Officer

        Care Adj. Gen. U. S. A. Wash., D. C.; s. 1905-07; Guilford col. 1898-1905; West Point graduate 1911; Ft. Leavenworth Staff sch. 1923; b. Ft. Slocum, N. Y., Oct. 14, 1885; p. Col. Calvin Duvall and Mary Ella (Hitchcock); m. Martha M. Geslain, Nov. 20, 1916; officer U. S. A. 1911-; Episcopalian.

COWLES, HENRY CLAY Physician

        27 W. 70th st., N. Y., N. Y.; A.B. 1900; M.D. Col. of Physicians and Surgeons 1903; F. A. C. S., Columbia (honorary); b. Statesville, July 2, 1879; p. Henry Clay and Juliet (Moore); m. Grace Fuller, Nov. 24, 1908; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Pi Sigma; Gorgon's Head; Presbyterian.

COWLES, JOSEPH SANFORD Lawyer

        Wilkesboro; A.B. 1911; Guilford col. 1905-06; Stetson univ. 1912-13.

COWLES, WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON Teacher

        335 E. Front st., Statesville; s. l. 1912-14; Davidson col. 1911-13; A.B. Columbia univ. 1923; b. Wilkesboro, Dec. 3, 1892; p. Col. William H. H. and Mary Lura (Bost); Pi Kappa Alpha; lawyer 1914-17; ibid. 1919-20; teacher Princeton Preparatory sch. Princeton, N. J., 1923-; city atty. North Wilkesboro, 1913-14; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut. C. A. C., A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

COWPER, BRYAN GRIMES, JR.

        Raleigh; s. 1907-08.

COWPER, BAYARD THURMAN Insurance

        218 Hillcrest, Raleigh; A.B. 1901; b. Gatesville, June 26, 1879; p. R. B. G. and Elizabeth (Gathing); m. Jennie Moore, July 10, 1904; m. Delzelle Woodard, Nov. 10, 1915; prin. Gatesville acad. 1901-03; supt. Williamston graded sch. 1903-05; asst. supt. of agencies Sou. Life & Trust


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co. 1907; gen. agt. Maryland Life Ins. co. since 1911; author various articles published in educational and insurance journals; Episcopalian.

*COWPER, GEORGE VERNON Lawyer

        Hertford co.; Winton. N. C.; b. Dec. 8, 1846; d. Dec. 12, 1916; m. Rebecca J. Riddick, Nov. 19, 1874; s. 1865-68; lawyer; judge inferior ct. Hertford co. 1877; supt. public instr. Hertford co. 1885-92; solicitor special criminal ct. Hertford co. 1892-97; N. C. sen. 1899; C. S. A.; Episcopalian.

COWPER, GEORGE VERNON Lawyer

        Kinston; s. 1897-1900; s. l. 1900-01; b. Hertford co., Dec. 20, 1879; p. George and Rebecca Jane (Riddick); m. Rosabel Rountree, Nov. 21, 1906; Phi Soc.; Kappa Alpha; editor Magazine and Hellenian; N. C. state sen. 1919; govt. appeal agent and mem. legal advisory bd. 1917-19; atty. for Lenoir co. 1906-; pres. bar assn. 1924-25; Episcopalian.

*COWPER, ROSWELL

        Hertford co.; s. 1845-46.

*COWPER, THOMAS L.

        Hertford co.; d. 1853; s. 1852-53.

COX, ALBERT LYMAN Lawyer

        101 Holt drive, Raleigh; A.B. and A.M. 1904; s. l. Harvard 1905-07; b. Raleigh, Dec. 1, 1883; p. Gen. William Ruffin and Fannie Augusta (Lyman); m. Arabel Parker Nash. Dec. 1, 1909; varsity football; baseball and track; Phi Soc.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Golden Fleece; Gimghoul; farmer 1904-05; lawyer 1907-; N. C. state legislature 1909; judge of sup'r ct. 1916-17; capt. co. "B" 3rd N. C. reg. N. C. N. G. 1916; col. 1st N. C. F. A. 1917; Mex. border service 1916; col. 113th F. A., U. S. A. 1917-19; brig.-gen. O. R. C.; Episcopalian.

‡COX, ADLAI RAY

        Thomasville; s. 1913-14; b. Pisgah, Nov. 26, 1893; p. S. A. and -- --.

COX, BERIAH THADDEUS Manufacturer

        Winterville; s. 1884-86; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1888; b. Pitt co. July 30, 1863; p. Josiah and Sarah Ann (Tyson); m. Mary V. Smith, July 22, 1891; physician since 1888; engaged in farming since 1892; banking since 1912; mfg. since 1904; pres. and dir. Winterville Cotton Oil co.; pres. Farmers' bank, Greenville; dir. Bank of Winterville; supt. of health Pitt co. 1889-92; mem. house of rep. from Pitt co. 1909 and 1913; Primitive Baptist.

*COX, BLANEY WILLIAMS Physician

        From Princeton; Goldsboro; b. July 14, 1888; d. Oct. 8, 1918; m. Mary Eliza Stevens, Dec. 1, 1917; s. 1910-11; N. C. Med. col. Charlotte; Richmond Col. of Med.; Gen'l hosp., Baltimore, Md.: Methodist.

*COX, CADER GREGORY

        Onslow co.; d. 1877; A.B. 1858; physician; asst. surgeon C. S. A. 35th and 56th reg.

COX, CHARLES GARLAND Druggist

        204 Broad st., Wilson; s. 1916-17; b. Richlands, Jan. 27, 1893; p. Charles G. and Fannie D.; m. Frances Howard, Apr. 14, 1918; insurance 1919-21; druggist 1921-.

COX, CHARLES GREGORY

        Richlands; s. 1880-81.

COX, CHARLES LEA Druggist

        Clinton; Ph.G. 1913; b. Mar. 6, 1892; p. J. B. and Annie (Hill); m. Minnie Williams, Nov. 30, 1916; Mason.

COX, CLIFFORD NEWTON Lawyer

        Asheboro; s. 1910-12; LL.B. Univ. of Va. 1916; b. Randolph co. July 15, 1891; p. N. C. and Catherine (Burrow); m. Nelle F. Smith, Apr. 17, 1917; Delta Sigma Rho; state sen. 1921; Pythian.

*COX, ELIZA

        Catherine Lake; s. l. 1905-07.

COX, EDWARD YOUNG, JR. Banker

        310 Marigold st., Rocky Mt.; s. 1921-22; b. Rocky Mount, Mar. 14, 1901; p. Edward Young and Ella (Bennett); teller, Rocky Mt. Savings & Trust co.; Methodist.

*COX, FLOYD

        From Nathan's Creek; Topeka, Kans.; b. Dec. 25, 1874; d. Topeka, Kans., Sept. 6, 1918; m. Mary Long, Apr. 10, 1901; s. l. 1897-98; lawyer; farmer; contractor and builder; Methodist.

COX, FRANCIS AUGUSTUS Minister

        Amer. Church mission, Soochow, China; A.B. 1905; s. l. 1907-09; LL.B. Univ. of Va. 1907; Va. Theo. Sem. 1919-21; b. Raleigh, Aug. 21, 1885; p. Gen. William Ruffin and Frances Augusta (Lyman); m. Mary Pemberton Moncure, Aug. 3, 1921; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Gimghoul; law firm Cox and Cox, 1907-17; Am. ch. mission to China; ordained priest, 1922; capt. F. A. 82nd div. A. E. F. 1917-19; St. Mihiel and Meuse; Episcopalian.

COX, FOSTER NUGENT Stenographer

        913 Cameron ave., Winston-Salem; s. 1907-11; b. Henry co. Va., May 18, 1887; p. W. J. and Elizabeth (Scruggs); m. Virginia Mae Johnson, Mar. 26, 1913; lawyer 1911-15; ct. reporter, Martinsburg, W. Va., 1916-18; steno. R. J. Reynolds Tob. co. 1918-; 318th inf. 80th div. A. E. F. 1918-19; Episcopalian.

COX, GEORGE HERBERT Auto Dealer

        Robersonville; s. 1912-13; b. Greenville, Sept. 9, 1890; p. Noah Tyson and Sarah A. (Cox); m. Esther Johnson, June 28, 1916; asst. cashier Nat. Biscuit co. 1913-14;


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bookkeeper John Flanagan Buggy co. 1918-21; owner Cox Motor co. 1921-; sup'r ct. deputy clerk 1914-18; Episcopalian.

COX, GARNETT MCLEAN Druggist

        Shelby; s. p. 1910-11; b. Lowell, Sept. 11, 1891; p. B. P. and Mary F. --; pvt.-sergt. med. corps camp Jackson U. S. A. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

COX, HARVEY ATKINSON Minister

        Box 155, Red Springs; A.B. 1918; B.D. Yale univ. 1921; b. Ayden, Nov. 18, 1887; p. Calvin and Evelyn (Smith); m. Hattie Della Moose, June 27, 1921; Phi Soc.; Pythian; Odd Fellow; Episcopalian.

COX, HENRY LEON Chemist

        Mellon Inst. of Ind. Research. Pittsburgh, Pa.; B.S. 1914; Ph.D. Univ. of Chicago 1921; b. Cullowhee, Aug. 22, 1894; p. Thomas A. and Cora Kate (Daries); m. Josephine Tonking Hummer, Sept. 12, 1918; Di Soc.; Phi Beta Kappa; Alpha Chi Sigma; Delta Sigma Phi; Sigma Xi; instr. N. C. State Col. of A. & E. 1914-15; asst. chem. N. C. agri. expt. sta. 1915-16; chem. Hercules Powder co. 1916-17; asst. chief chem. ibid. 1917-18; chief chem. ibid. 1918-19; research chem. Beechnut Pack. co. 1921-22; research chem. Cudahy Pack. co. 1922-23; research chem. Standard Oil co. (Ind.), 1923-24; fellow, Mellon Inst. of Ind. Research, 1924-; author thesis; Some Derivatives of Linolic Acid; Episcopalian.

*COX, JOSEPH BROWN

        Tryon City; b. 1869; s. 1885-86.

COX, JOHN DAVID Farmer

        Winterville; s. 1882-85; b. Pitt co., Feb. 5, 1859; p. Josiah and Sarah Ann (Tyson); m. Adelaide Smith, Dec. 23, 1885; farmer and civil engineer; timber estimator; merchant 1894-1904; farmer 1904-; mem. legislature 1891; clerk sup'r ct. 1914-18; Baptist.

COX, JAMES MARMADUKE Sales Manager

        Box 1081, Richmond, Va.; s. 1911-12, 1913-15; b. Hertford, Jan. 11, 1893; p. Dr. David and Clara V. (Small); Phi Soc.; Pi Kappa Alpha; operator DuPont co. 1915-16; cost data man ibid. 1916-17; head cost dept. ibid. 1917-18; employment mgr. ibid. 1918-19; asst. service mgr. ibid. May-July 1919-20; sales mgr. U. S. Steel corp. 1920; sales mgr. in charge of promotional work Richmond Patent Building Block corp. 1923-; Baptist.

COX, JOHN MORTON

        615 Maryland ave., Colonial place, Norfolk, Va.; s. 1897-98.

COX, JOHN ROBERT

        1347 Newton st., N.E., Washington, D. C.; Ph.B. 1905.

COX, M. HALL Druggist

        Kenilworth park, Asheville; Ph.G. 1909; b. Lilesville, Jan. 3, 1884; p. Hernden Hall and Ida (Hough); m. Jessie Estello, Dec. 16, 1915; Baptist.

COX, OLIVER CROMWELL Lawyer

        407 Bellemeade st., Greensboro; A.B. 1909; b. Henry co., Va., Aug. 13, 1884; p. W. J. and Annie Eliza (Scruggs); m. Ada Margaret Louise Winner, Mar. 2, 1921; Di Soc.; teacher 3 yrs.; lawyer; Kiwanian; Elk; Moose; Mason; Pythian; Junior; Red Man; Episcopalian.

*COX, PIERRE BAYARD

        From Raleigh; Washington, D. C.; d. Sept. 23, 1892; A.B. 1886; s. l. 1886-88; farmer; lawyer.

COX, RICHARD BENJAMIN Accountant

        42 Broadway, New York City; s. 1908-11; b. Fremont, Oct. 30, 1889; p. Dr. Richard E. and Frances R. (Barnes); employee Am. Tob. co., New York, N. Y., 1912-18; ibid. Bureau of Internal Revenue, Washington, D. C.; ibid. Humphreys & Day, accountants and counsellors on taxation. New York City; pvt.-corp. med corps U. S. A. 1918-19.

COX, RUFUS CARSON School Superintendent

        Mt. Gilead; M.A. 1913; Ph.B. Elon col. 1903; b. Randolph co., Sept. 16, 1876; p. Stephen W. and Rosanah E. (Cagle); m. Nora Coble, Sept. 6, 1911; supt. Mt. Gilead graded schs.; Mason; Methodist.

COX, RUSSELL M. Physician

        422 North st., Portsmouth, Va.; B.S. 1915.

*COX, THOMAS Lawyer

        Greenville; b. Aug. 1, 1858; d. July 31, 1882; s. a. 1879-81; s. l. 1880-81; Methodist.

COX, THOMAS ALEXANDER Physician

        Hertford; s. 1886-88; M.D. Univ. of Md. 1892; b. Hertford, Oct. 11, 1868.

COX, VERNON HENDERSON Student

        613 Spruce st., Winston-Salem; s. 1920-22; Atlanta Sou. Dental col. 1922-; b. Winston-Salem, Feb. 24, 1902; p. J. Emra and Mary (Hunter); Xi Psi Phi; Methodist.

COX, WILLIAM DAVID Lawyer

        Moyock; A.B. 1909; Wake Forest col. 1913; b. Moyock, Nov. 27, 1887; p. David Alphonso and Margaret (Gordon); m. Bessie Wester, Dec. 23, 1913; Phi Soc.; teacher 1909-14; lawyer 1914-17; supt. public instruction Currituck co. 1917; Baptist.

COX, WILLIAM EDWARD Minister

        2110 Grove ave., Richmond, Va.; A.B. 1899; B.D. Univ. of the South 1902; Gen'l Theo. sem. 1902; b. Greenville, Oct. 23, 1870; p. Calvin and Emily Evelyn (Smith); m. Lula O'Connor, Jan. 16, 1908; Phi Soc.; Protestant.


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COX, WILLIAM GASTON Tobacconist

        Burlington; s. 1888-89; s. l. 1898-99; b. Hertford, July 31, 1870; p. Dr. David and Sallie (White); m. Byrde Dailey, June 5, 1920; lawyer 1899-1900; farmer 1900-04; salesman Am. Tob. co. 1904-10; salesman Liggett & Myers Tob. co. 1910-14; buyer ibid. 1914-19; N. C. legislature 1904-05; Methodist.

*COX, WALTER OSCAR Lawyer

        Winston-Salem; b. July 6, 1873; d. Aug. 23, 1905; s. a. 1895-97; s. l. 1897-99.

*COX, WILLIAM R.

        Natchez, Miss.; s. 1810; U. S. A. War 1812.

COXE, FRANK Banker and Realtor

        Wachovia Bank & Trust co., Asheville; s. 1921-22; A.B. Yale univ. 1921; b. Rutherfordton, Sept. 7, 1899; p. Tench Charles and Sarah Fotterall (Potter); 2nd lieut. F. A., U. S. A., July-Dec., 1918; Episcopalian.

COXE, FRED JACKSON Lawyer

        Wadesboro; Ph.B. 1899; b. Lilesville, Apr. 9, 1877; p. William Jackson and Martha Jane (Barringer); m. Elizabeth Marvin Dunlap, Apr. 25, 1905; varsity football; Di Soc.; Phi Delta Theta; practacing atty. Wadesboro 1900-; N. C. sen. 1905-07; trustee U. N. C. 1905-; Mason; Episcopalian.

COXE, TENCH CHARLES, JR. Lawyer

        Asheville; s. l. 1921-23; A.B. Yale univ. 1921; b. Asheville, Apr. 1, 1901; p. Tench Charles and Sarah (Potter); track team; tennis team; Psi Upsilon; Phi Alpha Delta; Gimghoul; R. O. T. C. Yale univ.; U. S. A. Camp Jackson; Episcopalian.

COXE, WILLIAM POTTER

        Klondike st., Asheville; s. 1921; b. Asheville, June 19, 1904; p. Tench C. and Sarah (Potter); tennis team; Episcopalian.

‡COZART, ALLEN BACON

        Morris Plan bank, New York, N. Y.; s. 1907-09.

*COZART, WILLIAM M.

        Columbus, Miss.; b. 1838; d. 1860; s. 1855-58.

COZART, ULA HUBERT, JR.

        Wilson; s. 1920-21; b. Wilson, Mar. 1, 1903; p. Ula Hubert and -- --.

CRABTREE, GILBERT Druggist

        Fairview road, Raleigh; Ph.G. 1906; b. Milnrow, Eng., Oct. 12, 1885; p. Crassley and Jane (Whitehead); m. Ethel Powell, Oct. 22, 1907; Methodist.

*CRADDOCK, CHARLES JAMES FOX Physician

        Virginia; A.B. 1858.

*CRAIG, ANDREW M. Minister

        Orange co.; s. 1822.

*CRAIG, ANDREW MURDOCK

        Alamance co.; d. Oct. 29, 1874; s. 1866-67; Baptist.

CRAIG, BRAXTON Minister

        Monroe; s. 1880-84; b. Bertie co., Oct. 8, 1863; p. Andrew M. and C. R. (Gilliam); m. Helen G. Wilson, Dec. 9, 1886; Phi Soc.; agent Sou. Bapt. conv. foreign bd. 3 yrs.; state Bapt. mission bd. 2 yrs.; Baptist.

CRAIG, CLAUDE Cotton

        516 South st., Gastonia; s. 1918-19; b. Gastonia, Aug. 15, 1900; p. J. Henry and Etta (McCoy); cotton--Geo. H. McGodden & bros., Gastonia, 1919-23; Hinshaw & Sanders, Inc., Gastonia, 1923-; Shriner; Pythian; Baptist.

CRAIG, DAVID JENKINS Realtor

        Statesville; s. 1893-95; b. Gastonia, Mar. 30, 1877; p. John Henry and Mary Ann (Jenkins); m. V. Copeland, June 7, 1906; Presbyterian.

CRAIG, FANNING Lawyer

        Main st., Windsor; s. l. 1894-95, 1898-99; Wake Forest col.; b. Windsor, June 4, 1874; p. Andrew M. and Pattie (Gillam); m. Nora Esther Reese, Oct. 25, 1911; Phi Soc.; lawyer 1899-; mayor of Lewiston; Baptist.

CRAIG, MRS. FANNING

        (Nee Dodd, Miss Cecye Roanna); Windsor; s. 1897-98.

CRAIG, GILLAM Lawyer

        Monroe; A.B. 1913; b. Ahoskie, Aug. 31, 1893; p. Braxton and Helen (Wilson); m. Annie Welsh, Jan. 3, 1918; prin. Matthews H. S. 1913-14; prin. Monroe H. S. 1914-15; lawyer 1916-; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut.-capt. U. S. A. 1917-19; Baptist.

CRAIG, GEORGE WINSTON Lawyer

        Asheville; s. 1912-16; b. Asheville, June 18, 1894; p. Locke and Annie (Burgin); m. Kathryne Taylor, June 8, 1921; Kappa Sigma; U. S. A. 1917-19.

CRAIG, HERBERT BINGHAM Merchant

        Mebane; s. 1915-17; b. Mebane, May 25, 1896; p. Abraham Venerable and Eliza (Thompson); m. Vera Logan, May 12, 1920; varsity football; varsity baseball; asst. supt. White Furn. co. 1919-; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut. 31st div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Mason; Woodman; Junior; Presbyterian.

*CRAIG, JAMES ALEXANDER Physician

        Lincoln co.; b. 1790; d. 1849; A.B. 1816.

*CRAIG, JAMES FRANCIS

        Chapel Hill; b. 1832; d. Aug. 18, 1902; s. 1852-53; farmer; minister; Friends' Society.


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*CRAIG, JOHN MOORE

        Charlotte; b. Gastonia, May 30, 1879; d. Sept. 20, 1914; s. 1899-1900; varsity football; sec.-treas. Ed. Mellon co., Charlotte; Mason; Elk.

CRAIG, JACK ROBY

        924 N. 4th st., Wilmington; pres. Buie's Creek acad., Buie's Creek; s. p. 1921-22; b. Wilmington, Oct. 11, 1901; p. W. G. and -- -- --.

CRAIG, JAMES ROBERT

        Box 1, Gastonia; s. 1892-94; b. Gaston co., Apr. 14, 1874; p. John Henry and Mary Ann (Jenkins); Sigma Chi; sec.-treas. Cocker Machine & Foundry co.; Shriner; D.O.K.K.; Elk; Presbyterian.

*CRAIG, LOCKE Lawyer

        Asheville; b. Bertie co., Aug. 16, 1860; d. Asheville, June 9, 1924; p. Andrew Murdock and Clarissa Rebecca (Gilliam); m. Annie Burgin, Nov. 18, 1891; A.B. 1880; LL.D. 1915; gen'l assem. 1899-1901; gov. N. C. 1913-17; Mason; Baptist.

CRAIG, RAYMOND LEE Banker

        507 W. River Front, Greenwood, Miss.; s. 1918-23; b. Greenwood, Miss., Sept. 9, 1899; p. A. M. and Cappie (Henry); Alpha Tau Omega; employee 1st Nat. bank, Greenwood, Miss.; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C. 1918; Methodist.

CRAIG, THOMAS JAMES

        Care Western Newspaper Union, Charlotte; s. 1914-17; b. Norfolk, Va., Mar. 12, 1897; p. Rev. Braxton and Helen (Wilson); m. Netta Fletcher, Oct. 8, 1917; 1st lieut. U. S. air service 1917-19; Baptist.

CRAIG, WILLIAM FRANKLIN Druggist

        211 W. 4th st., Gastonia; Ph.G. 1923; b. Gastonia, Nov. 15, 1903; p. Charles Clyde and Mary Agnes (Rankin); Phi Delta Chi; pharmacist Torrence Drug co., Gastonia, 1923-24; ibid. City Pharmacy, Gastonia, 1924-; Pythian; Presbyterian.

CRAIG, WILLIAM GILBERT Teacher

        University; s. 1916-18; Univ. of Cal.; b. Orange co., May 17, 1892; p. Leroy and Felicia (Turrentine); m. Ellen Jones, Dec. 10, 1920; psych. dept. camp Jackson during World War; Presbyterian.

*CRAIGE, BURTON

        Salisbury; b. Mar. 13, 1811; d. Dec. 30, 1875; m. Elizabeth Phifer Erwin; A.B. 1829; A.M. 1847; lawyer; mem. house of c. 1832, 1836; mem. congress 1853-61; mem. Confederate Congress 1861-64; mem. conv. 1861; offered the Ordinance of Secession in form in which it was adopted; Episcopalian.

CRAIGE, BURTON Lawyer

        Winston-Salem; A.B. 1897; s. l. 1900-01; b. Salisbury, Dec. 23, 1875; p. Kerr and Josephine (Branch); m. Jane Carolina Henderson Boyden, Nov. 9, 1911; teacher Salisbury 1897-98; ibid. Horner Military acad. 1898-1900; lawyer 1901-; state legislature 1903; trustee U. N. C.; Episcopalian.

*CRAIGE, KERR

        Salsbury; b. Catawba co., Mar. 14, 1843; d. Washngton, D. C., Sept. 1, 1904; m. Josephne Branch, Raleigh; s. 1859-61; A.B. 1911 as of 1863; lawyer; mem. house of rep. 1872-74; coll. int. revenue 1885-89; 3rd asst. postmaster gen'l 1893-97; trustee U. N. C. 1883-89; pres. 1st Nat. bank, Salisbury; capt. C. S. A., staff officer Gordon-Barringer brigade.

CRAIGE, KERR Lawyer

        Salisbury; s. l. 1907-08; b. Salisbury, Aug. 17; 1883; p. Kerr and Josephine (Branch); Rowan co. atty.

*CRAIGE, WILLIAM HARRISON

        From Chapel Hill; Tuckerman, Ark.; b. Nov. 30, 1840; d. Feb. 18, 1921; A.B. 1868; teacher; merchant; planter; engr. C.S.A.

*CRAIGHEAD, GEORGE Physician

        Virginia; s. 1815.

CRALLE, FOUNTAINE MAURY

        Blackstone, Va.; pres. Box 772, Greensboro; s. 1917-18; b. Louisburg, Aug. 12, 1899; p. G. A. and -- -- --.

CRAMER, GEORGE BENNETT

        Cramerton; s. 1921-22; b. Charlotte, Aug. 15, 1903; p. S. W. and -- -- --.

†CRAMER, MARY EVA

        160 Claremont st., New York, N. Y.; A.B. 1917; b. Portland, Conn.; p. Mrs. Leonora L. Cramer.

CRAMER, STEWART WARREN, JR. Manufacturer

        Cramerton; s. 1907-08; grad. West Point 1913; b. Charlotte, Jan. 28, 1892; p. Stewart Warren and Bertha Hobart (Berry); U. S. army officer 1913-22; vice-pres. Cramerton mills, inc., 1923-; cavalry, tank corps, gen'l staff, war college, U. S. A., served in France, England, Mexico; Episcopalian.

CRANFORD, ELIZABETH SARAH

        (See Dockery, Mrs. H. Claudius, Jr.)

CRANFORD, ORLANDO WADSWORTH Salesman

        Asheboro; pres. 2045 South 18th st., Lincoln, Neb.; s. 1913; b. Asheboro; m. Helen B. Butler; Sou. Pac. Ry. co., El Paso, Tex., 1920-21; salesman, Neb. Buick Auto co., Lincoln, Neb., 1921-; sergt. A. E. F.

‡CRANE, GROVER CLEVELAND

        Hamilton, Ala.; s. p. w. 1921-22; Univ. of Ala.; b. Atlanta, Ga., Sept. 21, 1885.

CRANE, WILLIAM THURSTON

        216 Perry ave., Greenville, S. C.; s. 1914-15; b. Hendersonville, Apr. 30, 1897; p. James T. and -- -- --.


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*CRANK, THOMAS WOODRUFF

        Houston, Tex.; b. Feb. 6, 1876; d. Chapel Hill, July 14, 1896; s. 1895-96.

CRANMER, JOHN BENSELL Physician

        311 Market st., Wilmington; M.D. 1905; b. Southport, Feb. 1, 1874; p. Edward H. and Almira C. (Brusell); m. May Hardison Webb. Sept. 10, 1896; Delta Kappa Epsilon; demonstrator anatomy U. N. C. 1903-04; New Hanover co. bd. of health 1913-16; pres. 3rd dist. med. soc. 1919-22; ibid. New Hanover med. soc. 1922; mem. Carolina Yacht club; staff mem. James Walker Memorial hosp.; staff mem. St. John's hosp.; staff mem. Bullock hosp.; lecturer obstetrics, Jas. Walker Memorial hosp.; lecturer med., Bullock hosp.; Kiwanian; author numerous published articles on medical subjects; Protestant.

*CRANMER, JOHN STUART

        Wilmington; b. Feb. 20, 1899; d. Mar. 22, 1918; s. 1916-18; R. O. T. C. at U. N. C.; Episcopalian.

CRANOR, HUGH ARMFIELD Lawyer

        Wilkesboro; s. l. 1898-99; b. Wilkesboro, Nov. 20, 1875; p. John S. and Sarah (Taylor); m. Jennie Hackett, June 26, 1907; lawyer, Wilkesboro, 1902-; mayor Wilkesboro; Mason; Junior; Pythian; Methodist.

‡CRATCH, CAPT. SAMUEL CLIFTON Army Officer

        Care Adj Gen'l, U. S. A., Washington, D. C.; pres. care Q. M., Camp Sheridan, Ill.; s. l. 1915-16; b. Washington, Sept. 14, 1891.

†CRATER, AMOS ALEXANDER Teacher

        Snow Creek; s. 1889-90; minister; teacher; Methodist.

CRAVEN, CHARLES HUGH

        Troy; pres. 723 Hollywood ave., Asheville; s. p. 1907-08.

CRAVEN, FRANCIS MCKNIGHT

        R. F. D., Kannapolis; s. p. 1898-99.

CRAVEN, JAMES ROWLAND Bookkeeper

        R. F. D. 6, Box 240, Charlotte; s. 1908-12; b. Charlotte, Aug. 21, 1888; p. Dr. Walter Pharr and Martha May (Gluyas); teacher 1912-14; observer U. S. weather bureau 1915-18; clerk Goodyear Tire & Rubber co., Charlotte, 1919-20; bookkeeper and office mgr. Pyramid Motor co., ibid., 1920-; pvt. Ft. William H. Seward, Haines, Alaska, U. S. A. 1918; Presbyterian.

CRAVEN, OLIVER KENNETH Journalist

        Care The Observer, Charlotte; s. 1918-21; b. Mecklenburg co., Jan. 9, 1899; p. Walter Pharr and Martha (Gluyas); taught school 2 years; now cashier Charlotte Observer co.; Presbyterian.

CRAVEN, THOMAS Physician

        Huntersville; s. a. 1911-13, s. m. 1913-15; M.D. Jefferson Med. col. 1915-17; b. Charlotte, Apr. 26, 1889; p. Dr. W. P. and Martha (Gluyas); 1st lieut. med. corps A. E. F. 1918; Presbyterian.

CRAVEN, WALTER GLUYAS Bank Cashier

        207 North Tyron st., Charlotte; s. 1900-02; s. l. 1907; N. C. State Col. of A. & E.; b. Charlotte, Mar. 23, 1881; p. Dr. Walter P. and Martha Gluyas (deceased); m. Jennie Erwin, Aug. 10, 1908; p. o. and ry. mail clerk 1902-07; cashier Swift & co., Chicago; cashier Bank of Huntersville, 1912-17; cashier City Industrial bank, Charlotte, 1920-; capt. Q. M. C. Mex. border 1916; capt. Q. M. C. 30th div. World War; maj. Q. M. C., N. C. N. G. and O. R. C.; Shriner; Presbyterian.

CRAVEN, WILLIAM W. Physician

        206 Crescent ave., Charlotte; s. 1897-1901; M. D. Univ. of Md. 1903; b. Hopewell, Mar. 21, 1879; p. Dr. W. P. and Martha (Gluyas); m. Ada Smith, Jan. 15, 1916; varsity baseball; Di Soc.; Presbyterian.

CRAVER, GILDER JENKINS Decorator

        205 E. Boulevard st., Charlotte; pres. Box 1089, Greensboro; s. 1918-19; Ga. Tech.; b. Durham, Aug. 19, 1900; p. Pegger Dean and Bessie (Jenkins); mgr. Broadway theater; decorating with K. T. Miller, inc.; Pythian; D.O.K.K.; Methodist Episcopal.

CRAVER, HENRY CLEVELAND Clerk

        919 Shallowford st., Winston-Salem; A.B. 1912; b. Lexington, Feb. 1, 1885; p. William Franklin and Paulina (Evans); m. Mamie Thompson of Denton, Nov. 17, 1923; prin. Arcadia H. S. 1912-13; ibid. Unionville H. S. 1913-15; ibid. Wise H. S. 1915-18; bookkeeper Peoples Nat. bank 1918-19; deputy collector and clerk in port of entry, Winston-Salem, 1920-; Methodist.

CRAVER, HARVEY OSCAR

        116 Varnum st., N. W., Washington, D. C.; A.B. 1910; Georgetown univ. 1910-11, 1919-21; LL.B., LL.M., M.P.L., Nat. univ. 1922; American univ. 1921-22; b. Lexington, June 7, 1882; p. Henry Lindsay and Ellen (Raker); m. Mae Elizabeth Naylor, Sept. 9, 1912; m. Edna Florence Valentine, Dec. 30, 1922; Di Soc.; prin. Bethel H. S. 1912-15; teacher Hopewell, Va., 1915-17; govt. service, Washington, D. C., 1910-12; dist. supt. schools, Northfork, W. Va., 1917-19; govt. service, Washington, 1919-; Mason; Methodist.

‡CRAVER, W. E.

        Spartanburg, S. C.; s. 1910-11.

CRAWFORD, DUDLEY WARNER Banker

        Burnsville; s. 1911-12; b. Marion, Feb. 4, 1887; p. Jasper Clingman and Mary Anne (Hemphill); m. Estelle Miller, June 29, 1916; prin. Spruce Pine H. S. 1912-13; banker, Rutherfordton, 1914-19; ibid. Marion, 1919-23; cashier Peoples bank 1923-.

CRAWFORD, EARL ELSON

        Willetts; s. 1921-22; s. s. 1924; b. Willetts, June 16, 1900; p. L. W. and -- -- --.


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CRAWFORD, EDGAR POE Druggist

        Mocksville; s. p. 1908-09; b. McDowell co., June 17, 1880; p. Jasper Clingman and Ella (Hemphill); m. Carry Payne Knober, June 17, 1913; Junior; Odd Fellow; Mason; Baptist.

CRAWFORD, EVERETT

        Hayesville; s. l. 1912-13.

CRAWFORD, FRANK DUNLAP

        607 Clover st., Winston-Salem; s. 1905-06; Randolph-Macon; William and Mary; b. Greensboro, Apr. 26, 1885; p. Leonidas Wakefield and Annie (Pullen); employee R. J. Reynolds Tob. co.; Methodist.

CRAWFORD, FREDERICH M. Teacher

        233 E. Liberty st., Girard, O.; A.B. 1906; William and Mary 1906; b. Greensboro, July 7, 1885; p. Dr. Leonidas Wakefield and Anna (Pullen); track; Golden Fleece; asso. prof. William and Mary 1906-10; Y. M. C. A. work 1911-12; merchant, Greensboro, 1915-16; prof. William and Mary 1917; supervisor drawing and industrial arts, Elkins, W. Va., 1918; ibid. Girard, O., H. S., 1919-; Methodist.

CRAWFORD, FARRELL MOFFATT Druggist

        Cornelia, Ga.; A.B. 1917; b. Hayesville, Apr. 27, 1896; p. Dr. J. W. and Lassie (Penland); insurance bus. 1920-21; drug bus. 1921-; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe 1917; 1st lieut. 31st div. A. E. F. 1917-19;

CRAWFORD, GEORGE DEWEY Lawyer

        Cornella, Ga.; A.B. 1920; Piedmont col. 1915-16; Emory univ. 1921; b. Hayesville, June 24, 1898; p. Dr. James Wyly and Lassie (Penland); m. Mary Creech Williams, June 6, 1923; Di Soc.; Epsilon Phi Delta; Delta Tau Delta; Amphoterothen; Satyrs; college training class Nat. City bank, New York, July-Nov. 1920; lawyer 1922-; city clk. and treas. Cornelia 1923-; 2nd lieut. Camp Grant, U. S. A., 1918; Baptist.

CRAWFORD, HILARY HERBERT Lawyer

        519 California st., San Francisco, Cal.; s. 1915-17; N. C. State Col. of A. & E. 1913-14; b. Wash., D. C., June 17, 1894; p. William Thomas and Inez Edna (Coman); m. Doris Marie Ball, Dec. 14, 1919; Di Soc.; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe Aug. 1917; 1st lieut. Dec. 1917, attached to 81st div. A. E. F. 1918-20; Baptist.

*CRAWFORD, JOHN C.

        Wayne co.; s. 1852-53.

CRAWFORD, JAMES GORDON Teacher

        Franklin; pres. Oakland, Cal.; s. a. 1899-1900; s. l. 1900-01; b. Franklin, Aug. 4, 1879.

*CRAWFORD, JOHN GURNEY

        Graham; b. Dec. 29, 1869; d. Chapel Hill, July 14, 1899; s. 1897-99.

*CRAWFORD, JAMES PATTON

        Sugar Hill; b. Nov. 20, 1881; d. June 10, 1906; s. p. 1905-06; Baptist.

CRAWFORD, JOHN REID

        Fayetteville; s. 1909-10.

CRAWFORD, JOHN ROBERT, JR. Bookkeeper

        711 Mulberry st., Goldsboro; s. 1911-13; b. Goldsboro, Oct. 5, 1893; p. Joseph Benjamin and Lucy (Suggs); m. Alice Dickens, Dec. 24, 1915; bookkeeper 1913-19, 1924; merchant 1919-23; treas. city of Goldsboro 1921-23; Junior; Elk; Odd Fellow; Baptist.

CRAWFORD, JAMES S. Bookkeeper

        Goldsboro; s. 1892; A. & M. Raleigh; b. Goldsboro, Nov. 17, 1875; p. W. W. and Jane Smith (Everitt); m. Jennie Wilcher, Apr. 14, 1915; Presbyterian.

*CRAWFORD, KARL BROOKS

        Sugar Hill; d. Oct., 1919; s. 1913; s. m. 1915.

CRAWFORD, MARION LIPSCOMB Red Cross Service

        The Merrimac, Ocean View, Va.; s. 1921; Johns Hopkins univ. 1918; b. Elizabeth City, Oct. 30, 1896; p. William Newbold and Anna Caroline (Foremen); child welfare survey state bd. of public welfare and field rep. sou. div., Am. Red Cross. 1921; ex-service men case worker Red Cross, Oct. 1921-June 1922; case worker Social Service federation, Savannah, Ga., June-July, 1922; field rep. sou. div. Am. Red Cross, 1922-; Methodist.

CRAWFORD, ROBERT BAKER, JR. Accountant

        607 Clover st., Winston-Salem; B.S. 1922; b. Winston-Salem, Nov. 24, 1900; p. R. B. and Hallie Gracie (Cozart); Di Soc.; Phi Delta Theta; Methodist.

*CRAWFORD, WILLIAM DUNLAP Planter

        Rowan co.; d. about 1816; A.B. 1799; mem. house of c.

*CRAWFORD, WILLIAM DUNLAP Lawyer

        Cabarrus co.; Salisbury; b. 1806; d. 1844; A.B. 1827; mem. house of c. 1836-38.

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM FRANK Salesman

        Mebane; s. 1919-20; b. Chapel Hill, Oct. 1, 1901; p. L. A. and Susan (Lloyd); Baptist.

CRAWFORD, WILLIAM HENDERSON Salesman

        Salisbury; s. 1893-94.

CRAWFORD, WALTER SCOTT Manufacturer

        Mebane; A.B. 1899 cum laude; b. Orange co., Feb. 25, 1875; p. D. F. and Martha A. (Cates); m. Mattie Craig, May 28, 1907; Di Soc.; teacher 10 yrs.; pres. Mebane Real Estate & Trust co., Mebane


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Milling co. and Crawford Spoke & Handle co. 1908-; mayor Mebane 1912-16, 1919-23; sec. Mebane town and co. fair assn. 1920-; pres. chamber of commerce 1912-18; chmn. Mebane sch. bd. 1917-; Baptist.

*CRAWFORD, WILLIAM THOMAS Lawyer

        Waynesville; b. Haywood co., June 1, 1856; m. Inez Coman, 1892; s. l. 1889-91; lawyer; N. C. gen. assem. 1885-89; U. S. Congress 1891-95, 1899-1900; pres. elector 1888.

CRAWLEY, CHARLES PEYTON

        Norwood; s. 1897-99; b. Morganton, Feb. 17, 1875; p. L. A. and Maggie (Cooper); m. Birdsong Harris, Oct. 12, 1914; U. S. mail service 15 yrs.; cashier Bank of Norwood; farmer; Methodist.

CRAWLEY, ELLIOTT LESLIE

        Littleton; s. p. 1922-23; p. J. W. and Laura --; grocery clerk.

CRAWLEY, HANNA FENNELL Teacher

        Farmville, Va.; s. 1898-99; b. Prince Edward co., Va., Oct. 18, 1867.

CRAYTON, JOSEPH EUGENE, JR. Salesman

        725 E. 11th st., Wilmington, Del.; s. 1919-20; Washington and Lee 1918; b. Seneca, S. C., Oct. 22, 1899; p. Joseph Eugene and Effie (Thompson); Kappa Sigma; S. A. T. C. at W. & L. 1918; Methodist.

CREDLE, BLOUNT AVERY Broker and Farmer

        New Holland; s. 1912; b. Sladesville, June 14, 1887; p. Ormond T. and Laura D. (Weston); pvt.-sergt. U. S. A. 1918-19.

CREDLE, CLEMENT GIBBON School Supt.

        Oxford; A.B. 1909; b. Swan Quarter, Sept. 18, 1885; p. M. S. and Aliph Evelyn (Watson); m. Mary Elizabeth Swindell, June 20, 1911; prin. Swan Quarter H. S. 1909-10; ibid. Oriental H. S. 1910-12; supt. Carthage graded sch. 1912-20; ibid. Oxford city schs. 1920-23; Methodist.

CREDLE, WILLIAM FRONTIS Teacher

        Care Dept. of Education, Raleigh; A.B. 1914; George Peabody Col. for Teachers; b. Swan Quarter, June 19, 1892; p. Milton Selby and Aleph Evelyn (Watson); supt. Hyde co. schs. 1915-18; asst. dir. schoolhouse planning, state dept. of educ., 1921-; prin. Fairfield H. S. 1914-15; asst. cashier Bank of Hyde 1919-21; U. S. A. 1918; Methodist.

CREECH, CHARLES AYCOCK Lumberman

        Goldsboro; s. 1918-19; b. Goldsboro, Sept. 27, 1898; p. Robert Alvin and Florence Elizabeth (Eason); real estate 1921-22; lumber bus. 1923-24; Methodist.

CREECH, DURWARD HEBER Druggist

        Smithfield; s. p. 1907-08; b. Benson, Oct. 20, 1889; p. Lemuel Utley and Mary Emily (Godwin); m. Mary Anna Underwood, Oct. 20, 1909; Baptist.

CREECH, FRED ANDREW Merchant

        LaGrange; s. 1922-23; b. LaGrange, Apr. 21, 1905; p. R. G. and Hattie Violet (Taylor); Methodist.

CREECH, GERALD TAYLOR

        LaGrange; s. 1919-20; b. LaGrange, May 8, 1901; p. N. W. and -- -- --.

CREECH, ROBERT O.

        400 John st., Goldsboro; s. m. 1916-17; Trinity col.; b. La Grange, Oct. 27, 1898; p. R. G. and -- -- --.

CREECH, SETH J.

        Benson; s. 1917-18; b. Benson, Dec. 2, 1896; p. J. W. and -- -- --.

CREECH, WILLIAM HARRIS Merchant

        Goldsboro; s. 1918-19; b. Goldsboro, June 16, 1899; p. W. D. and Annie (Crawford).

*CREECY, RICHARD BENBURY

        From Edenton; Elizabeth City; b. Chowan co., Dec. 19, 1813; d. Oct. 22, 1908; m. Mary B. Perkins, Nov. 7, 1844; A.B. 1835; lawyer; journalist; author; farmer; trustee U. N. C. 1901-08; col. C. S. A.; Methodist Episcopal.

*CREEKMORE, THOMAS JUDSON

        Fentress; d. in auto accident; A.B. 1897; s. p. 1899-1900.

CRENSHAW, RUTH CATHEY

        Union City, Tenn.; s. p. w. 1921-22; Va. col.; b. Union City, Tenn., Apr. 4, 1892; p. Mrs. Mary Crenshaw.

*CRENSHAW, WILLIAM MARTIN Physician

        Wake Forest; A.B. 1833; A.M. 1836.

‡CRESS, JOSEPH DEMONTE

        Salisbury; s. 1921-22; b. Salisbury, Oct. 19, 1903; p. J. C. and -- -- --.

CRESS, ROBERT ELIAS

        Care Southern Power co., Thomasville; s. 1918-19.

CRESS, RODOLPHUS LAMONTE Salesman

        928 N. Main st., Salisbury; s. 1921-23; b. Salisbury, Oct. 19, 1903; p. John C. and Margaret Josephine (Kesler); Pythian; D.O.K.K.; Lutheran.

*CRESWELL, JOHN D.

        From Greenwood, S. C.; Abbeville, S. C.; b. Aug. 8, 1840; s. 1858-59.

CREWS, CARL MADISON Clerk

        N. Wilkesboro; s. 1922-23; b. N. Wilkesboro, Aug. 29, 1904; p. W. H. and Irma D. --; clerk Sou. ry.


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CREWS, EUGENE THOMAS, JR.

        1212 S. 16th st., Birmingham, Ala.; s. p. 1904-05; b. July 10, 1884.

CREWS, NUMA H. Physician

        Henderson; s. 1908-09; b. Henderson, Aug. 7, 1888.

†CREWS, WILLIAM EDWARD Pharmacist

        2519 Broadway, New York, N. Y.; s. 1898-99; b. Montrose, Mo., Dec. 3, 1879.

*CRITCHTON, JAMES EDWARD Physician

        Lawrenceville, Va.; A.B. 1836.

CRICHTON, JAMES HULL

        22 Dartmouth place, M. P., Charlotte; s. 1920-21; b. Macon, Ga., Jan. 19, 1902; p. W. J. and Daisy (Lyon).

CRINKLEY, WILLIAM ANDREW Banker

        Blackstone, Va.; A.B. 1897; b. Warren co., Aug. 18, 1876; p. Andrew and Janet (Stewart); m. Mrs. Sallie W. Epes, Oct. 31, 1907; with Citizens Bank & Trust co., Blackstone, Va., 1917-.

CRISP, ALFRED REESE Teacher

        503 E. Lenoir st., Kinston; A.B. 1919; b. Lenoir, Apr. 9, 1894; p. Julius Theodore and Nancy Jane (Gragg); m. Bertha Livingston Moye, July 18, 1921; S. A. T. C. at U. N. C.; Christian.

CRISP, EDWARD COURTNEY

        212 West ave., Lenoir; s. 1922-23; b. Collettesville, Apr. 28, 1904; p. Raby Sylvester and Mary Lou (Bowman); Methodist.

CRISP, GEORGE ROUNTREE Tobacconist

        Washington st., Kinston; s. 1920-22; b. Kinston, Apr. 29, 1902; p. Robert Louis and Sallie (Rountree); advertising mgr. Walter & Gurley Auction co., May-July, 1923; leaf tobacco dealer July 1923-; Christian.

CRISP, ROBEY BOWMAN Student

        212 W. ave., Lenoir; s. 1920-21; Northwestern univ. 1921-; b. Lenoir, Aug. 28, 1902; p. Robey S. and Mary Louise (Bowman); Phi Mu Delta; Methodist.

CRISP, ROBEY SYLVESTER Manufacturer

        Lenoir; s. 1895-96, fall 1899; b. Caldwell co., Sept. 12, 1877; p. William Cornelius and Mary Elminer (Glagg); m. Mary Lou Bowman, June 3, 1900; teacher Caldwell co. 3 yrs.; rancher Montana 1 yr.; clerical employment; furniture manufacturer 11 yrs.; Methodist.

CRISP, SELLERS MARK Physician

        Falkland; s. m. 1919-21; B.S. Davidson col. 1916; M.A. ibid. 1917; M.D. Univ. of Pa. 1923; b. Crisp, Sept. 19, 1894; p. Sellers Mark and Annie (Gorham); Kappa Psi; Delta Tau Delta; co. "E" 402nd bat. A. E. F. 1918-19; Presbyterian.

CRISSMAN, CURTIS FRANKLIN Teacher

        Battleboro; A.B. 1918; Univ. of Paris, France; Sorbonne, Paris; b. Siloam, May 3, 1891; p. Dabney and Esther Caroline (McKaughan); m. Delle McGowan, Aug. 31, 1920; Di Soc.; prin. sch. Macclesfield 1919-21; prin. Battleboro 1921-24; pvt. 316th F. A., 81st div., A. E. F. 1918-19; Baptist.

CRITCHER, CHARLES EDWARD

        Oxford; s. 1908-09.

CROCKER, GEORGE FENTON

        Seaboard; s. 1902-03; b. Seaboard, Jan. 24, 1886; p. J. G. L. and Garnette D. (Futrelle); m. Maie Vick, June 20, 1907; Phi Soc.; banker several years; fertilizer bus., Am. Agr. Chem co., Henderson; Mason; Methodist.

*CROCKER, JAMES THADDEUS

        From Northampton co.; Asheboro; b. Nov. 27, 1845; s. 1867-68; lawyer; journalist; minister; lieut. C. S. A.

CROCKFORD, HORACE DOWNS Teacher

        Chapel Hill; M.S. 1923; B.S. N. C. State Col. of A. & E. 1920; b. Phila., Pa., Oct. 21, 1898; p. Harry Ross and Louise (Leutz); m. Helen Amanda Delamar, Jan. 21, 1922; Alpha Chi Sigma; Sigma Xi; employee F. S. Royster Guano co., Charlotte, 1920-21; instr. U. N. C. 1922-; sergt. S. A. T. C. at N. C. State Col. of A. & E.; Episcopalian.

†CROFT, GEORGE WILLIAM Physician

        Staunton, Va.; s. m. 1893-94.

CROMARTIE, ALVA SIMPSON Dentist

        Fayetteville; s. 1897-98; D.D.S. Atlanta Dental col. 1907; g. s. Columbia univ. 1920; b. Clarkton, July 4, 1877; p. George H. and Cornelia H. (Simpson); m. Annabel Williams, Nov. 28, 1911; Presbyterian.

*CROMARTIE, NEILL Merchant

        From Gravel Hill; Caldwell, Tex.; d. Jan. 18, 1920; m. Lula Jane Reeves, 1888; s. 1884-85; Presbyterian.

CROMARTIE, ROBERT SAMUEL Physician

        Garland; s. m. 1897-99; A.B. Davidson col. 1895; M.D. N. C. Med. col. 1900; b. Bladen co., Nov. 28, 1869; p. William James and Mary Douglas (Sloan); m. Janie V. Cromartie Dec. 25, 1901; m. Mary Blanche Jester, Oct. 11, 1906; varsity football; Kappa Alpha; farmer; physician; lumber dealer; Presbyterian.

CROMER, CLARENCE FRANKLIN Manufacturer

        538 Spruce st., Winston-Salem; s. 1898-99; b. Montgomery co., Apr. 21, 1879; p. Samuel William and Mary Rowena (Jack); tobacco manufacturer; Methodist.

*CROMWELL, BERRIEN

        Sumpter (or Carrollton), Ala.; d. 1863; s. 1847-48; lieut. C. S. A.


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CROOKE, HAROLD LAROY Chemical Engineer

        Box 82, Charlotte; s. 1915-17; Univ. of S. C. 1912-13; Furman, 1910-12; b. Listowell, Ont., Can., Nov. 26, 1894; p. Rev. John H. and Sarah Elizabeth (Hitch); m. Sadie Kittrell, Oct. 23, 1918; Alpha Chi Sigma; E. I. DuPont co. 1917-19; N. C. dept. of agr. 1919-23; chief chemist, byproducts dept., Republic Iron & Steel co., Youngstown, O., 1923-; mem. Am. Chem. soc.; Mason.

*CROOM, BRYAN S.

        Lenoir co.; A.B. 1821; A.M. 1824.

*CROOM, CICERO STEPHENS Lawyer

        From New York; Mobile, Ala.; b. Dec. 12, 1839; d. Greensboro, Ala., 1884; A.B. 1859; city atty. Mobile 1875-77; maj. C. S. A.

*CROOM, HARDY BRYAN

        From Lenoir co.; Alabama; b. 1798; d. Oct. 9, 1837; A.B. 1817; A.M. 1820; state sen.; author.

*CROOM, ISAAC

        From Lenoir co.; Greensboro, Ala.; d. Feb. 8, 1863; A.B. 1815; A.M.; mem. house of c. 1823; state sen. 1826.

*CROOM, JAMES R.

        Lenoir co.; s. 1813.

*CROOM, RICHARD S. Physician

        Lenoir co.; A.B. 1826.

*CROOM, THOMAS HOLLIDAY

        New Berne, Ala.; b. 1821; d. 1858; s. 1839-40.

*CROOM, WILLIE B. Planter

        From Lenoir co.; Alabama; s. 1804.

*CROOM, WILLIE J.

        Lenoir co.; s. 1814.

CROSS, CATHERINE Student

        Gatesville; s. m. 1920-23; Salem col.; Woman's Med. Col. of Pa. 1923-; b. Gatesville, Nov. 3, 1900; p. S. Peter and Sallie (Parker); Episcopalian.

CROSS, JAMES PARKER Sales Manager

        127 Bank st., Suffolk, Va.; s. 1917-19; b. Gatesville, Apr. 9, 1899; p. S. P. and Sallie (Parker); clerk Montgomery Lumber co., Middlesex, 1919-21; sales mgr. Planters Nut & Chocolate co., Suffolk, Va.; Episcopalian.

CROSS, WILLIAM THOMAS, JR.

        Gatesville; s. 1920-21; N. C. State Col. of A. & E.; William and Mary 1922-23; b. Gatesville, June 2, 1900; p. W. T. and Elizabeth (Hunter); S. A. T. C.; Episcopalian.

*CROSS, WILLIAM W.

        Thibodeaux, La.; b. May 27, 1841; d. 1875; s. 1859-60; physician; planter; surgeon C. S. A.

CROSWELL, JAMES EARL Grain Merchant

        490 Marietta st., Atlanta, Ga.; A.B. 1910; b. Greenville, S. C., July 11, 1889; p. William Jefferson and Mary Elizabeth (Gower); m. Helen James, Aug. 18, 1917; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; Golden Fleece; varsity football; employee Woodside Cotton mills 1910-12; cotton and auto. dealer 1912-17; treas. Crosswell bros. 1919-22; ibid. W. L. Fain Grain co. 1922-; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe Aug. 1917; 1st lieut-capt. Ft. Sill 1918-19; Presbyterian.

*CROSSWELL, JAMES JENKINS

        Fayetteville; b. Jan. 15, 1901; s. 1899-1900.

CROUCH, AULEY MCRAE Physician

        520 Dock st., Wilmington; s. 1911-14; M. D. Jefferson Med. col. 1916; Columbia univ. 1920; b. Montgomery co., Mar. 29, 1886; p. Christopher Columbus and Sarah Elizabeth (Garrett); m. Minnie Lee McFall, Sept. 7, 1914; Kappa Psi; epidermiologist N. C. state bd. of health 1917-19; practicing pediatrics 1920-; collaborating epidemiologist U. S. public health service 1917-19; Methodist.

CROUSE, DAVID STOWE Cotton Dealer

        Lincolnton; s. 1907-10; s. l. 1910-11; LL.B. Columbia univ.; Oxford univ., England; Trinity col., Ireland; b. Crouse, June 8, 1889; p. William L. and Martha Peggy (Stowe); Sigma Alpha Epsilon; lawyer legal dept. N. Y. Central ry.; cotton dealer, Lincolnton; pvt. squad "A" N. Y. cavalry Mx. border service 1916-17; 2nd lieut.-1st lieut.-capt. co. "B" 306th machine gun battalion 77th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Lutheran.

CROUSE, RUSH FLOYD Lawyer

        Sparta; A.B. 1916; LL.B. Harvard univ. 1922; b. Sparta, July 5, 1892; p. Floyd O. and Ellen (Gamble); Di Soc.; prin. Virginia Carolina H. S. 1916-17; lawyer 1922-; 331st and 174th aero squadrons A. E. F. 1918-19.

*CROWDER, JOSEPH

        Raleigh; s. 1869.

*CROWELL, CHARLIE Druggist

        From Lincolnton; Forest City; b. Feb. 12, 1878; d. Apr. 21, 1910; m. Dorcas Martin, Apr. 28, 1904; s. p. 1902-03; druggist Forest City 1903-10.

CROWELL, GORDON BRYANT Surgeon

        Lincolnton; A.B. 1917; s. m. 1919-20; Univ. of Chicago (summer) 1919; M.D. Univ. of Pa. 1922; p. Dr. L. A. and Mary Jane --; m. Frances R. Geitner, June 22, 1921; surgeon Lincolnton hosp., Lincolnton; U. S. A. 1917-18.

CROWELL, GEORGE HENRY Educator

        Martin, Tenn.; Ph.B. 1892; Vanderbilt univ. 1894-95; Ph.D. Central univ. 1907; b. New London, Feb. 7, 1865; p. AndrewJackson and Mary Bethune (Miller); m. Elizabeth Louise Gaston, June 25, 1903;


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prin. Franklinton Classical inst. 1893-94; ibid. Asheboro H. S. 1895-97; supt. High Point graded schs. 1897-1908; vice-chancellor Epworth univ. 1908-11; pres. Henderson Brown col. 1911-15; field man. Junaluska assem. 1915-16; ibid. Ky. Wesleyan col. 1916-17; pres. Logan col. 1917-18; ibid. Howard Female col. 1918-; Junior; Mason; Methodist.

CROWELL, JAMES LEE Lawyer

        Concord; s. 1885-88, s. l. 1888-89; b. Stanly co., Sept. 26, 1863; p. Thomas Jefferson and Margaret Virginia (Garmon); m. Minnie Lee, Dec. 11, 1889; Di Soc.; Sigma Alpha Epsilon; law practice Concord 1888-; mayor Concord 3 successive terms; city atty. Concord; co. atty. Cabarrus; active in sewage and drainage work in Cabarrus co.; Methodist Episcopal (South).

CROWELL, JAMES LEE, JR. Lawyer

        61 Franklin ave., Concord; s. l. 1921; Trinity col.; Davidson col.; b. Concord, Jan. 24, 1895; p. J. L. and Minnie (Manuney); Sigma Phi Epsilon; Kiwanian; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe July 1917; 321st inf. 81st div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Elk; Methodist.

CROWELL, REGINALD ALEXANDER Bookkeeper

        Albemarle; s. 1920-22; b. Albemarle, Aug. 20, 1902; p. Rufus A. and Mamie E. (Laurance); Methodist.

CROWELL, RUFUS ALEXANDER Lawyer

        Albemarle; s. l. 1890-92; b. Stanly co., Nov. 20, 1867; p. Andrew Jackson and Mary B. (Crowell); m. Mamie E. Laurance, June 27, 1893; lawyer; editor; supt. pub. instr. Stanly co.; clerk of sup'r ct.; publisher The Underwriters' Ten-Year Expiration Register; Methodist.

CROWELL, RUPERT JOHNSON Teacher

        Candler; A.B. 1918; b. Candler, Apr. 8, 1896; p. R. C. and Charlotte (Johnson); Pi Kappa Phi; prin. Sand Hill H. S. 1920-; 2nd lieut. 81st div. 1917-18; Methodist.

*CROWELL, SAMUEL MCKEE Physician

        From Coburn's Place; Charlotte; d. May 29, 1917; s. m. 1892-93.

CROWSON, OGDEN FINLEY, JR. Publisher

        310 Front st., Burlington; s. 1919-21; b. Burlington, May 6, 1900; p. Ogden Finley and Victoria Malette (Ferguson); vice-pres. and treas. Burlington News co.; Methodist.

‡CRUDUP, CHARLES PERCY

        Louisburg; s. m. 1892-93.

CRUDUP, JOSIAH Minister

        No. 1 White, Dalton, Ga.; s. 1892; B.S. Wake Forest col. 1890; b. Franklin co., March 5, 1870; p. Edward Alston and Columbus (Jones); m. Antonia Carolli Remfry, Nov. 15, 1893; lawyer few yrs. after graduation; minister since; Mason; Knight Templar; Odd Fellow; Pythian; Baptist.

CRUIKSHANK, MRS. ERNEST Teacher

        (Nee Jones, Margaret): Columbia, Tenn.; s. 1900-01; B.S. Columbia univ. 1911; b. Hillsboro, Oct. 13, 1878; p. Halcott Pride and Olive E. (Jones); m. Ernest Cruikshank, June 17, 1911; pres. Columbia inst. 1922-; Episcopalian.

CRUMP, JOHN PAUL

        Danville, Va.; pres. Western State hosp., Staunton. Va.; s. 1884-85; b. 1866; haberdasher till affected mind resulted in retirement; Methodist.

*CRUMP, THOMAS STEELE

        From Stanly co.; Louisiana; killed in service; A.B. 1856; merchant; C. S. A.

*CRUMP, WALTER MOORE Manufacturer

        Salisbury; b. South River, Oct. 9, 1883; d. Feb. 1924; s. 1902-04.

CRUMPLER, CLAUDIUS OLLIN

        Huntley; s. 1918-21; b. Huntley, Mar. 12, 1898; p. R. L. and -- -- --.

CRUMPLER, JAMES NEWTON

        Germantown; s. m. 1901-02.

CRUMPLER, LAWRENCE OSMOND

        Danville, Va.; s. 1909-10.

*CRUMPLER, THOMAS NEWTON Lawyer

        Rockford; killed in battle before Richmond, 1862; s. 1850-52; mem. house of c. 1860; maj. C. S. A. 9th (1st cavalry) reg.

CRUTCHFIELD, THOMAS GARRETT

        Hay st., Fayetteville; s. 1919; b. Caswell co., Sept. 13, 1898; p. R. E. and Elizabeth Mildred --; m. Clarice Wooten; Elk; Mason; Methodist.

CRUTCHFIELD, WILLIAM JESSE Auto Business

        St. Matthews, S. C.; A.B. 1912; b. Siler City, Nov. 12, 1889; p. John Jesse and Fannie Ludlow (Smith); m. Elizabeth Calhoun Salley, Oct. 26, 1922; Di Soc.; varsity football; salesman J. I. Case Threshing Machine co. 1912-15; auto bus. 1915-17; ibid. 1919-; 1st lieut. 51st inf. 6th div. tank corps and 6th div. supply train A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

CULBERTSON, ARTHUR BENJAMIN Teacher

        Stone Mountain, Ga.; pres. Chapel Hill; M.S. 1924; B.S. Univ. of Ga. 1922; b. Windsor, Ga., Sept. 8, 1896; p. Henry and Dora (Dowis); Alpha Psi Delta; Univ. of Ga. Literary Honor Key; commandant military dept. Athens, Ga., H. S., 1919-21; prin. and coach Hamlet H. S. 1922-23; officer O. R. C.; 2nd lieut. inf. U. S. A. Camp Gordon 1918-19; Kiwanian; Baptist.


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CULLEN, CHARLES PASTEUR Accountant

        Tarboro; s. 1921; Amherst col. 1920; b. Ocala, Fla., May 21, 1900; p. Charles S. and Sidney Holmes (Pasteur); Chi Phi; Episcopalian.

CULP, JAMES F.

        15 West 6th st., Charlotte; s. 1915-16; b. Charlotte, Apr. 29, 1896.

CULPEPPER, SARAH KATHERINE

        Fayetteville, Ga.; g. s. 1922-23; Ga. State Normal and Industrial col.; b. Fayetteville, Ga., Mar. 15, 1899; p. J. W. and --.

*CUMMING, PRESTON, JR. Lawyer

        Wilmington; b. Sept. 22, 1882; d. May 18, 1917; Ph.B. 1903; s. l. 1903-04; LL.B. Columbia univ.; New York City with Lindsay Russell 1912-17; Presbyterian.

CUMMINGS, ALFRED BEN Teacher

        Oak Ridge; A.B. 1915; s. l. 1919-20; b. Winston-Salem, July 31, 1893; p. Julius Milliken and Emma Josephine (Ogburn); m. Leonia Priest, Aug. 3, 1920; merchant Winston-Salem 1915-16; prin. Rural Hall acad. 1916-17; asst. mgr. and salesman Morris & co. 1919; prof. Oak Ridge inst. 1920-; 2nd lieut. 81st div. 1917-19; Shriner; Moravian.

CUMMINGS, AMOS J.

        Oak Ridge; A.B. 1923; b. Winston-Salem, Nov. 24, 1897; p. -- -- and E. J.; teacher Oak Ridge inst. 1920-21; Episcopalian.

CUMMINGS, EDMUND OLIN

        118 W. Russell st., High Point; B.S. 1919; b. High Point, Dec. 2, 1896; p. E. V. and -- -- --.

CUMMINGS, ELISHA PAUL

        Reidsville; s. 1909-10.

*CUMMINGS, KEMP PLUMMER BATTLE Contractor

        Winston-Salem; b. Oct. 5, 1884; d. Aug. 13, 1913; m. Carre Victoria Snyder, May 29, 1907; s. 1903-05; teacher 2 yrs.; building contractor 1905-13; Moravian.

CUMMINGS, MICHAEL PENN Physician

        103 Redd st., Reidsville; Ph.B. 1907; M.D. Jefferson Med. co. 1911; b. Rockingham co., Mar. 14, 1887; p. Michael P. and Elizabeth (Crawford); m. Bessie R. Grove, Nov. 12, 1913; Omega Upsilon Phi; mayor of Reidsville 1916-; Mason; Junior; Pythian; Baptist.

CUMMINGS, WILLIAM Farmer

        R. F. D. 2, Reidsville; s. 1891-93; b. Rockingham co., Dec. 19, 1871; p. Michael Polk and Elizabeth (Crawford); m. Sallie Elizabeth Huffine, Oct. 9, 1895; mem. bd. of educ., Rockingham co.; Baptist.

CUMPIANO, CESARE AUGUSTO

        San German, Porto Rico; s. l. 1919-20; Poly. Inst. of Porto Rico; b. San German, Porto Rico, Aug. 16, 1900; p. Ricardo and -- -- --.

CUMPIANO, RICARDO HUMBERTO

        San German, Porto Rico; s. p. 1919-20; Univ. of P. R.; b. San German, P. R., Feb. 7, 1898; p. Ricardo and -- -- --.

CUNINGGIM, JESSE LEE Educator and Minister

        Scarrit College for Christian Workers, Nashville, Tenn.; A.B. 1891; B.D. Vanderbilt univ 1895; g. s. Univ. of Chicago 1898-1902; b. Lenoir Institute, Mar. 21, 1870; p. Rev. William Henry and Louise (Hardy); m. Maud Lillian Merrimon, June 29, 1910; sec. N. C. Agri. experiment station 1891-92; pastor Plymouth 1895-98; dir. correspondence sch. and dept. ministerial supply and training, Nashville, Tenn., 1902-14; assoc. prof. Vanderbilt univ. 1914-15; presiding elder Durham Dist. N. C. conf. 1915; pastor Elizabeth City 1915-17; prof. Sou. Methodist univ., Dallas, Tex., 1917-21; pres. Scarritt Bible and Training sch., Kansas City, Mo., 1921-24; pres. Scarritt Col. for Christian Workers, 1924-; co-author Organization and Administration of the Sunday School; author many pamphlets and short articles; Methodist.

*CUNINGHAM, HERBERT BANATINE Missionary

        Cuningham; b. Feb. 1, 1876; d. Nashville, Tenn., Mar. 20, 1916; s. l. 1897-1900; N. C. State Col. of A. & E.; mission worker; varsity football; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Episcopalian.

CUNINGHAM, MODY

        Kershaw, S. C.; s. 1905-06.

*CUNNINGHAM, ALEXANDER

        From Person co.; Danville, Va.; d. 1886; A.B. 1849.

CUNNINGHAM, HENRY CARRINGTON

        615 Guilford ave., Greensboro; pres. 31 Warden bldg., Washington, D. C.; A.B. 1923; b. Durham, Dec. 16, 1902; p. J. S. and -- -- --.

CUNNINGHAM, GEORGE LUMPKIN Realtor

        Semora; s. l. 1900-01; b. Semora, June 20, 1879; p. John Wilson and Martha Helen (Somerville); m. Annie Zell Richmond, June 26, 1902; baseball; Delta Kappa Epsilon; J. P. 22 yrs.; Episcopalian.

CUNNINGHAM, JOHN Planter

        Galloway, Tenn.; s. 1877-78; Univ. of Tenn. 1878-79; b. Wentworth, July 31, 1859; merchant.


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*CUNNINGHAM, JOHN SOMERVILLE Planter

        From Cunningham; Durham; b. Warrenton, Sept. 6, 1861; d. Apr. 4, 1922 s. 1878-79; state sen. 1897; mem. house of rep. 1905; trustee U. N. C. 1897-99.

*CUNNINGHAM, JOHN WILSON Planter

        Person co.; b. Feb. 6, 1820; d. July 15, 1887; A.B. 1840; state sen. 1844-52-58-66-72-76-81; mem. house of c. 1864; mem. conv. 1875.

CUNNINGHAM, OUSBY REIVES

        805 E. Main st., Richmond, Va.; s. 1917-18; b. Apex, Aug. 27, 1898; p. J. R. and -- -- --; asst. sec. Federal Trust co., Richmond, Va.; sec.-treas. Federal corp, ibid.; lawyer 1923-.

*CUNNINGHAM, ROBERT B.

        From Person co.; Roxboro; s. 1834-35.

†CURRAN, JOHN FRANCIS

        Aspinwald, Pa.; s. 1902-03; b. Pittsburgh, Fa., Dec. 15, 1881.

CURRIE, ARCHIBALD Teacher

        Davidson; s. l. 1901; A.B. Davidson col. 1897; Univ. of Va.; Columbia univ.; b. Orange co., Feb. 19, 1876; p. Rev. James L. and Violet (Womack); m. Lucy Battle Martin, June 12, 1907; lawyer Charlotte 1906-07; assoc. prof. Davidson col. 1906-14; prof. ibid. 1914-; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, A. M.

        Raeford; s. 1918-19.

*CURRIE, DANIEL BROWN Physician

        Robeson; A.B. 1840.

‡CURRIE, DUNCAN ELBERT

        Parkton; s. 1916-17; b. Parkton, Dec. 12, 1898; p. J. K. and -- -- --.

CURRIE, DANIEL JOHNSON Teacher and Minister

        DeFuniak Springs, Fla.; A.B. 1889; A.M. 1907; Columbia Theo. sem. 1891-94; b. Scotland co., Jan. 10, 1865; p. Neill Alexander and Christian Downey (McLaurin); m. Stella Goldston Hogan, Aug. 21, 1890; Di Soc.; valedictorian class 1889; teacher Tatum H. S. 1889-91; pastor Chapel Hill church 1894-1902; ibid. New Dublin and Dublin churches, Va., 1902-15; ibid. DeFuniak Springs church 1915-; instructor Palmer col. 1915-; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, EDGAR DUDLEY Teacher

        Gibson; s. 1915; b. Richmond co., July 12, 1890; p. John A. and Rosa Ann --; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, EDWIN HOLT Salesman

        Raeford; pres. 211 Lorraine arcade, Miami, Fla.; s. 1912-13; b. Raeford, Aug. 9, 1894; p. Hugh McC. and Mary Bennie (Holt); Phi Soc.; Marine Ins. N. Y. C. 1919; mgr. agency ibid. Atlanta, Ga., 1920-; mgr. Auto Tubes. Atlanta, 1919-20; inventor registering auto tube valve now in litigation; employee Transcontinental Oil co.; fleet aviation officer as lieut. during war; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, ERNEST MCARTHUR Lawyer

        Law bldg., Charlotte; s. l. 1919-21; Davidson col.; Univ. of Paris; b. Fayetteville, May 12, 1892; p. Duncan Black and Katherine Lee (McArthur); 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe Nov. 1917; 1st lieut. 35th div. A. E. F. 1918-19; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, GEORGE HENDON Farmer

        Clarkton; B.Litt. 1891; LL.B. Harvard univ. 1895; b. Clarkton, July 24, 1872; p. John Duncan and Amanda Louise (Cromartie); m. Marie Sloan, Jan. 11, 1911; merchant to 1905; house of rep. 1899; state sen. 1901; Pythian; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, HUGH AUGUSTUS Farmer

        Raeford; s. 1921-22; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, JOHN ARCHIBALD Postmaster

        Lumber Bridge; s. 1894; s. l. 1898; b. Lumber Bridge, Apr. 24, 1874; p. Edward and Rebecca (McGougan); traveling salesman 20 yrs.; mgr. Augusta, Ga., National Biscuit co. 2 yrs.; postmaster 1918-; 2nd lieut. co. "F" 2nd N. C. inf. 1890; ibid. Spanish-Am. war 1898; 1st lieut. Mex. border service 1916-17; co. "L" 119th inf. 30th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

*CURRIE, JOHN DUNCAN Planter

        From Bladen co.; Clarkton; b. Jan. 12, 1836; d. July 16, 1891; m. Amanda Louise Cromartie, Oct. 23, 1866; A.B. 1861; merchant; mem. gen'l assem. 1870; trustee U. N. C.; lieut. C. S. A.; editor Clarkton Express; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, NEILL ALEXANDER Merchant

        Fayetteville; s. 1887-90; b. Clarkton, Jan. 23, 1870; p. John Duncan and Amanda Louise (Cromartie); m. Augusta Evans, Nov. 17, 1897; pres. and treas. N. A. Currie & co., 1891-; chmn. board of commissioners Bladen co.; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, RALPH PUBLIUS Supt. Oil Refinery

        Candor; s. 1915-17; V. P. I. 1917-18; b. Candor, June 7, 1895; p. J. C. and Louise (McKinnon); football; 2nd lieut. U. S. air service 1918-19; Presbyterian.

*CURRIE, SHELBY SWAIN Physician

        Caswell co.; A.B. 1840.

*CURRIE, THOMAS A. Physician

        From Haywood co., Tenn.; Memphis, Tenn.; b. June 21, 1829; d. Feb. 16, 1896; m. Mary Louise Harris, Oct. 18, 1853; s. 1850-52; M.D. Univ. of Pa.; Presbyterian.


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CURRIE, WILBUR H.

        Carthage; s. 1914-16; b. Oct. 6, 1896; p. John L. and Mary B. (McIver); baseball; Pi Kappa Phi; lumber dealer; farmer; fruit grower; realtor; Mason; Presbyterian.

CURRIE, WALTER LEE Lawyer

        5 W. Hargett st., Raleigh; s. 1905-08, 1909-11; b. Candor, Nov. 5, 1885; p. John C. and Ellen Louise (McKinnon); Presbyterian.

*CURRIE, WILLIAM M.

        North Carolina; s. 1819.

CURRIE, WILLIAM PINCKNEY MARTIN Minister

        Wallace; s. 1889-90, 1891-94; B.D. Union Theo. sem. 1904; b. West End, Mar. 15, 1863; p. Daniel B. and Janet (Murchison); m. Annie D. Moore, Dec. 19, 1907; Di Soc.; editor Magazine; football; teacher 1894-1901; pastor 1904-; house of rep. 1891; Presbyterian.

‡CURTIS, ASHLEY MOSES Accountant

        Wilmington; s. 1862-63; A.B. 1911 as of 1866; b. 1842.

*CURTIS, FRANCIS MCCULLA

        Dillon, S. C.; d. 1918; s. p. 1905.

*CURTIS, HOWARD COIT

        Southport; b. Oct. 8, 1882; s. l. 1902.

CURTIS, JESSE WILLIAM

        Finley; s. 1904-05; b. Nov. 17, 1879.

CURTIS, NATHANIEL CORTLANDT Architect

        1105 Hibernia bldg., New Orleans, La.; Ph.B. 1900; g. s. 1901; B.S. Columbia univ. 1904; b. Smithville, Feb. 8, 1881; p. Dr. Walter Gilman and Margaret Johnston (Coit); m. Elizabeth Lockhart Thach, June 12, 1913; track; Alpha Tau Omega; employee N. C. geol. survey 1900-01; instr. U. N. C. 1904-07; prof. Ala. Poly. inst. 1907-12; ibid. Tulane univ. 1912-17; asso. prof. Univ. of Ill. 1917-20; architect 1920-; lecturer Tulane univ. 1921-; mem. com. preservation of historic architecture and national beauty; mem. Am. Inst. of Architects; author: Architecture Graphics; The Ricker Library of Architecture; Architecture Composition; various and related articles on architectural subjects published; Episcopalian.

CURTIS, RUFUS HARRISON

        Dillon, S. C.; Ph.G. 1924; b. Dec. 15, 1901; p. H. L. and -- -- --.

CURTIS, THOMAS, JR.

        McMinnville, Tenn.; s. 1910-11; b. McMinnville, Tenn., Sept. 9, 1893; p. Thomas and -- -- --.

CURTIS, WALTER CLARENCE

        Southport; pres. 345 Madison ave., Flushing, N. Y.; s. 1897-99.

CURTIS, WALTER MAKEPEACE Educator

        108 Odell place, Greensboro; Ph.B. 1889; Vanderbilt univ. 1889-90; b. Franklinville; p. Dennis C. and Lucy (Makepeace); m. Letitia Evans; joined the Western N. C. Conf. M. E. church South in 1890; still mem. of conf., but since 1905 sec.- treas. Greensboro col.; Methodist Episcopal (South).

CURTIS, ZEBULON FRAZIER Lawyer

        Chestnut st., Asheville; s. l. 1897-98; A.B. Trinity col. 1896; A.M. ibid. 1897; A.B. Weaverville col. 1894; b. Candler, Mar. 14, 1874; p. J. C. and Ellen S. (Jones); m. Kathryn Chambers, June 24, 1909; Methodist.

‡CUTCHIN, JOSIAH

        Chapel Hill; s. 1914-15; b. Chapel Hill, Sept. 10, 1893; p. W. T. and -- -- --.

*CUTCHIN, JOHN ALMARINE

        Edgecombe co.; d. 1866; s. 1860-61.

CUTCHIN, JAMES ELMER

        Whitakers; s. 1912-13.

CUTCHIN, JOSEPH HENRY Physician

        Whitakers; s. 1907-09; Guilford col. 1905-07; M.D. Med. Col. of Va. 1911; b. Edgecombe co., Apr. 10, 1890; p. Josiah Spear and Nannie S. --; m. Mary Edmondson Taylor, July 28, 1914; Omega Upsilon Phi; capt. med. corps 101st san. train 26th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Methodist.

CUTCHIN, JAMES MACK, JR. Pharmacist

        Whitakers; Ph.G. 1905; b. Edgecombe co., Mar. 27, 1882.

CUTCHIN, JOE SPENCER, JR.

        Whitakers; s. p. 1922-23; b. Whitakers, Sept. 8, 1902; p. J. S. and -- -- --.

*CUTHBERT, GREEN MOSELY Lawyer

        New Bern; A.B. 1838.

CUTHBERTSON, WILLIAM REYNOLDS Banker

        2002 E. 9th st., Charlotte; A.B. 1919; b. Charlotte, Apr. 1, 1897; p. John Walter and Margaret (Bell); m. Julia Hagood, Mar. 4, 1924; Beta Theta Pi; basketball; employee Little Long co. 1919-20; banking dept. Independence Trust co. 1920-23; trust dept. ibid. 1923-; 2nd lieut. F. A. U. S. A. 1918; Methodist.

‡CUTHRELL, HUGH HAMLIN

        Winston-Salem; s. 1914-16; Wake Forest col.; b. Winston-Salem, Dec. 5, 1892; p. C. F. and -- --.


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*CUTHRELL, WILLIAM DANIEL

        Rocky Mount; b. Apr. 2, 1891; Sou. Express co.; S. A. L. ry.

*CUTLAR, DUBRUTZ Lawyer

        Wilmington; b. 1832; d. Aug. 1898; A.B. 1853; C. S. A.

*CUTLAR, FREDERICK JOHN Physician

        Wilmington; b. 1801; d. 1876; A.B. 1821.

CUTLAR, LILLIE FIELDING POISSON

        708 S. Main st., Winston-Salem; pres. Gate Lodge, Ithaca, N. Y.; B.S. 1923; Salem col. 1919-20; b. Wilmington, June 9, 1902; p. DuBrutz, Jr., and Ada Lillie (Masten); Episcopalian.

CUTLAR, LOUIS JULIEN POISSON Manufacturer

        Marion; s. 1893-96; b. Wilmington, Apr. 14, 1876; p. DuBrutz and Marianna (Poisson); m. Kathryn Lassiter, Apr. 15, 1921; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Pi Sigma; employee Gold and Silver Mining co. 1897-99; Lead and Zinc Mining co. 1899-1900; sec. and treas. J. E. Burleson Mica co. 1901-03; mgr. and partner McDowell Furniture co. 1904-; mayor Marion 1919-

D

DABBS, HENRY LAWRENCE Merchant

        Lilesville; s. 1919-21; b. Lilesville, Apr. 26, 1901; p. J. A. and Ann Eliza (Clark); teacher 1921-22; merchant 1923-; sec. Lilesville bus. men's league; Mason; Methodist.

†DAGGETT, WALTER HYER

        Buie's Creek; s. 1895-97.

DAIL, ERNEST JAMES Merchant

        Kenansville; A.B. 1917; b. Kenansville, Dec. 1, 1890; p. Henry and Annie (Kornegay); cashier Bank of Kenansville 1922-23; gen'l merchandise 1923-; pvt. 306th supply train 81st div. A. E. F. 1918-19; Baptist.

DAIL, GEORGE ROBERT Druggist

        Kenansville; s. 1913-17; b. Duplin co., May 1, 1888; p. Henry and Annie W. (Kornegay); m. Margaret S. Ormond, Sept. 26, 1923; druggist Kenansville drug co. 1922-; pvt. med. corps Ellington field, Houston, Tex., U. S. A., 1918-19; Baptist.

DAIL, RODOLPH DUFFY Farmer

        Kenansville; s. 1916-18; b. Kenansville, Oct. 9, 1892; p. Henry and Annie (Kornegay); pvt. 6th battery F. A. 41st div. U. S. A., 1918-19; Baptist.

‡DAILY, JOHN NAPOLEON

        Terrell, Texas; A.M. 1912; A.B. East Texas Normal col. 1910; b. Terrell, Texas, Feb. 18, 1876; p. B. N. and -- --.

DAINGERFIELD, JOHN HAIGH Manufacturer

        308 Chestnut st., Philadelphia, Pa.; s. 1893-95; b. Fayetteville, Sept. 26, 1876; p. Archibald B. and Maria Anderson (Haigh); m. Lucretia D. Dillard, Dec. 12, 1911; Alpha Tau Omega; pres. Gastonia cotton yarn co.; ibid. Carolina yarn corp.

DALBY, ROBERT WARLAND Chief Clerk

        123 Smith st., Charleston, S. C.; s. l. 1896; b. Wake co., Dec. 16, 1873; p. Dr. Adoniram Judson and Ella Rhodes (Devin); m. Claribel Jones, Sept. 12, 1901; Phi Delta Theta; lawyer Oxford 1896-1900; census dept., Washington, 1900-01; employee Consolidated Coal co., Fairmont, W. Va., 1901-07; chief clerk accounting and hull depts. navy yard, Charleston, 1908-17; chief clerk material dept. ibid. 1919-; lieut. (j. g) U. S. N. R. F. asst. disbursing officer, supply officer, asst. to supply officer 6th naval dist. Charleston, 1917-19; Baptist.

DALE, GROVER CLEVELAND Student

        Seven Springs; A.B. 1920; s. m. 1920-23; Univ. of Pa., 1923-; b. Seven Springs, Apr. 7, 1897; p. Curtis James and Julia Washington (Thompson); seaman U. S. N.;service St. Helena training station, Norfolk, and U. S. S. Elizabeth 1918-19; Presbyterian.

*DALE, THOMAS RICHARD

        From Morganton; Tucson, Ariz.; b. Jan. 13, 1896; d. Dec. 4, 1921; (buried at Arlington with full military honors); s. 1913; battery "B" 329th F. A., A. E. F.

*DALE, WILLIAM JACKSON BEAUREGARD

        From Snow Hill; Kinston; b. Aug. 4, 1861; d. Nov. 30, 1914; m. Eugenia Wiggins, Oct. 6, 1893; B.S. 1888; teacher 1888-99; insurance 1899-1902; farmer 1902-14; Methodist.

D'ALEMBERTE, JAMES HERRON Realtor

        200 S. Palafox st., Pensacola, Fla.; A.B. 1907; b. Pensacola, Fla., May 2, 1887; p. Dr. Willoughby Augustus and Maidee Louise (Humphreys); m. Blanche Kahn, Mar. 14, 1911; bank clerk; real estate bus.; Elk; Presbyterian.

DALTON, BENNIE BOOKER

        Red Springs; A.B. 1924; b. Red Springs, June 4, 1899; p. D. J. and Susie Mitchell (Bell).

DALTON, CARTER Lawyer

        High Point; Ph.B. 1906; s. l. 1906-08; LL.B. Harvard univ. 1909; b. Greensboro, Nov. 9, 1884; p. Robert Frank and Caroline Blackwell (Sparrow); m. Mary Drew Land, Oct. 8, 1913; Beta Theta Pi; ed.


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Yackety Yack; Di Soc.; lawyer Greensboro 1909-13; asst. gen. counsel Sou. Life and Trust co., 1911-13; lawyer High Point firm of Peacock and Dalton 1913-18; partnership Roberson and Dalton 1918-23; Peacock & Dalton, 1923-; judge High Point city ct. 1915-16; mem. N. C. code comm. 1917-19; gen. assem. 1917; pres. High Point Rotary club, 1918-20; dir. chamber of commerce, 1916-17; ibid. 1924; dir. Commercial Nat. bank of High Point, 1924-; pres. Commercial club 1924-; vice-pres. Snow Lumber co. 1923; dir. and general counsel Colonial Life Ins. co., 1924-; mem. Am., North Carolina and Guilford bar assns.; Elk; Mason; Presbyterian.

DALTON, DAVID NICHOLAS Physician

        667 W. 5th st., Winston-Salem; s. 1877-79; M.D. Univ. City of New York 1881; b. Dalton, Oct. 2, 1860; p. David Nicholas and Margaret Melissa (Rives); m. Louise Wilson Bitting, Dec. 7, 1887; mem. N. C. med. soc. 1885-; Pythian; Presbyterian.

DALTON, FRANK ELLINGTON Pay Clerk

        870 W. 5th st., Winston-Salem; s. 1908-09; Guilford col.; b. Winston-Salem, Feb. 4, 1889; p. Robert Edward and Lillian Jane (Moir); pay roll dept. R. J. Reynolds Tob. co.; corp. co. "A" 321st inf. 81st div. A. E. F. 1918-19; Methodist.

*DALTON, GROVER CLEVELAND

        Gilkey; b. Mar. 6, 1891; d. June 23, 1917; s. m. 1914-16; Jefferson Med. col.; died while a student at Jefferson; Baptist.

DALTON, JOHN WEBBER Merchant

        Forest City; s. 1915-17; s. l. 1919; b. Rutherford co., Aug. 27, 1891; p. E. H. and Laura (Webber); Di Soc.; senior partner Dalton Bros. Dept. store, Forest City, 1922-; pvt.-sergt. 81st div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Mason; Methodist.

DALTON, PLEASANT HUNTER Clerk

        Box 426, High Point; s. 1919-21; b. Concord, Feb. 20, 1902; p. William Spenser and Floda Anna --; m. Francis Eunis; Presbyterian.

*DALTON, PLEASANT HUNTER Minister

        From Rockingham co.; High Point; b. Mar. 4, 1821; d. July 22, 1896; A.B. 1844; princ., Female sch. Madison; Presbyterian.

DALTON, THOMAS SPARROW

        Oakwoods; s. 1905-06.

DALTON, WILLIAM BENNETT Surgeon

        Madison; pres. 817 Park ave., Rowland park, Baltimore, Md.; s. 1912; M.D. Univ. of Md.; m. Mary Edgerton.

DALTON, WILSON BITTING Tobacconist

        667 W. 5th st., Winston-Salem; A.B. 1917; b. Winston-Salem, Sept. 30, 1896; p. Dr. David Nicholas and Louise Wilson (Bitting); Kappa Alpha; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe 1917; 81st div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Episcopalian.

DALTON, WILLIAM REID Lawyer

        Main st., Reidsville; s. 1903-04; b. Reidsville, July 20, 1884; p. Capt. James Scales and Maggie (Reid); m. Emma Mebane Staples, June 26, 1915; Beta Theta Pi; solicitor and office clerk Francis Womack 1904-09; lawyer 1910-; trustee U. N. C. 1913-; city atty. Reidsville 1911-15; Presbyterian.

*DALRYMPLE, PALMER Teacher

        Jonesboro; b. Jan. 5, 1869; d. Mar. 8, 1910; m. Kate E. Hines, Dec. 23, 1896; A.B. 1891; teacher Greensboro, Rose Hill, S. C., Selma, Southport, Jonesboro, Carthage; ins.; Presbyterian.

DAMERON, EDGAR SAMUEL WILLIAMSON Lawyer

        206 Main st., Burlington; A.B. 1904; s. l. 1906-07; b. Sampson co., July 27, 1878; p. L. L. and Mary (Ward); m. Lola Lasley; ed. Magazine; Y. M. C. A. state student sec. for Ky. 1904-07; lawyer 1907-; atty. for city of Burlington 1910-13; Methodist.

DAMERON, JAMES LEE

        Bessemer City; s. 1922; b. Bessemer City, Feb., 1904; p. Aaron and -- --; Presbyterian.

DAMERON, JULIA MANGUM

        Warrenton; A.B. 1908; A.B. N. C. Col. for Women 1898; M.A. Columbia univ. 1914; b. Dameron Grove, Warren co., May 28, 1878; p. John Alexander and Tempie Buxton (Williams); teacher high sch. 3 yrs., N. C. Col. for Women 14 yrs.; prof. Latin ibid.; housekeeping and nursing invalid mother 1918-; editor N. C. Alumnae News 1911-12 and 1913-18; state chmn. N. C. Educ. assn. 1918-19; pres. and sec. Greensboro assn. of col. women 1913-18; pres. Warrenton Woman's club 1919-; chmn. Warren co. federation of women's clubs at present; editor pamphlet Equal Pay for Equal Work; Methodist Episcopal (South).

DAMERON, THOMAS BARKER Realtor

        Nashville; s. 1906-09; b. Warren co., May 27, 1888; p. John A. and Tempie B. (Williams); m. Isa Sills, May 12, 1914; insurance; Mason; Methodist.

DANCY, BRYAN GRIMES Insurance

        Maryland Casualty co., Baltimore, Md.; s. 1912-13; Litt. B. Princeton univ. 1916; b. Raleigh, Oct. 7, 1894; p. Frank Battle and Elizabeth (Grimes); m. Ida Lee Spence, Oct. 24, 1922; asso. mgr. auto dept. Maryland Casualty co. 1920-; 2nd lieut. Ft. Myer July, 1917; 1st lieut.-capt. 11th inf. 5th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Episcopalian.

*DANCY, DAVID Physician

        Tarboro; b. 1798; d. 1826; s. 1808; M.D. Phila. med. col.

*DANCY, EDWIN C. Physician

        From Tarboro; Alabama; b. 1811; s. 1826; planter.


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*DANCY, FRANK BATTLE Chemist

        From Tarboro; Baltimore, Md.; b. Aug. 4, 1860; d. July 1, 1922; m. Elizabeth Hanrahan Grimes, Dec. 8, 1887; A.B. 1881; asst. state chemist (N. C.), 1882-89; analytical chemist, manf. fertilizers, 1891-95; div. sales mgr., Va.-Car. Chem. co., 1895-; lieut.-col. Ga. state troops, 1903; fellow in A. A. A. S.; vice-pres. Elisha Mitchell scientific soc., Am. acad. of social and political science, and assn. of official agri. chemists, Washington, D. C.; bank director; Episcopalian.

*DANCY, FRANCIS LITTLE Lawyer

        Tarboro; b. 1776; d. 1848; A.B. 1801; planter.

*DANCY, JOHN SESSUMS Planter

        Tarboro; b. 1821; d. 1888; A.B. 1841; mem. house of c. 1856-58; maj., C. S. A. capt. and A. Q. M. 17th reg., acting brigade Q. M.

*DANCY, JOHN W.

        Northampton co.,; s. 1808.

*DANCY, LEONIDAS LAFAYETTE Physician

        Tarboro; b. 1820; A.B. 1841; planter.

*DANCY, WILLIAM FRANCIS Lawyer

        Tarboro; b. 1818; d. 1860; A.B. 1841; planter; mem. house of c., 1846-48.

*DANDRIDGE, CHARLES F.

        Virginia; s. 1830-31.

‡DANGERFIELD, ARCHILBALD CAMPBELL

        Blowing Rock; s. 1901-02.

DANIEL, CHARLES RUFUS Lawyer

        Weldon; A.B. 1916; LL.B. 1920; Wake Forest col. 1912-14; b. Weldon, July 24, 1894; p. Walter Eugene and Jeannette Miller (Snead); Kappa Alpha; coach baseball and football 1st year teams 1915-17; lawyer 1920-; city atty. Weldon; N. C. gen. assem. 1923; 2nd lieut.1st lieut. 81st div.-3rd div.-29th div. A. E. F. 1917-18; Baptist.

*DANIEL, CHESLEY

        Halifax co.; A.B. 1803; A.M;. mem. gen. assem.

*DANIEL, CHESLEY B. Minister

        Granville co.; b. 1809; d. 1889; s. 1832-33.

DANIEL, DONALD SNEAD Student

        Weldon; A.B. 1920; Med. Col. of Va. 1920-; b. Weldon, Feb. 2, 1897; p. Walter E. and Jeannette (Miller); Kappa Alpha; aviation corps U. S. A. 1918; Baptist.

DANIEL, ERASMUS ALSTON, JR. Lawyer

        Washington; A.B. 1904; s. l. 1906; mem. law firm of Daniel & Carter.

*DANIEL, HENRY RIVES

        Bladen co.; died in servicee; A.B. 1859; lieut., C. S. A.

†DANIEL, ISHAM

        Oxford; s. 1869-70.

DANIEL, JULIAN EDWIN Highway Engineer

        243 Andrews ave., Henderson; s. 1917-18; 1919-20; Harvard univ. 1918-19; b. Vance co., June 26, 1899; p. William Baker and Ada (Meadows); tobacco sales warehouse 1921-22; state highway engr. 1923-; S. A. T. C., Harvard; Baptist.

*DANIEL, JOSEPH, J. Lawyer

        Halifax co.; b. 1773; d. Feb., 1848; s. 1801; mem. house of c. 1807, '11, '12, and '15; judge sup'r ct. 1816-32; judge supr. ct., 1832-48; mem. conv. 1835.

DANIEL, J. M., JR. Lawyer

        Lexington; A.B. 1912; A.M. 1915; LL.B. 1915; solicitor Lexington recorders ct. 4 yrs.

*DANIELS, JOHN NAPOLEON Lawyer

        Halifax co.; d. 1852; A.B. 1846.

*DANIEL, JOHN RIVES JONES Lawyer

        From Halifax co.; Louisiana; d. 1868; A.B. 1821; A.M. 1834; mem. house of c. 1831-34; atty. gen'l 1834-41; mem. cong. 1841-51; trustee, U. N. C. 1833-53.

*DANIEL, NATHANIEL

        Halifax co.; A.B. 1816.

*DANIEL SAMUEL VENABLE Druggist

        From Granville co.; San Marcos, Texas; b. Granville co., Feb. 16, 1841; d. June 24, 1910; A.B. 1860; teacher; 1st lieut., 17th N. C. inf., C. S. A.

DANIEL, WATSON LOUIS Merchant

        Winton; s. 1906-08; s. l. 1911-13; b. Dec. 27, 1889; p. Dr. Starkie Sharp and Willie (Garriss); Pi Kappa Alpha; pres. Merchants and Farmers Bank 1920; lawyer 1913-17; vice-pres. Merchants and Farmers Bank 1923-; merchant and farmer; mayor Winton 2 terms; pvt.-sergt.-lieut. U. S. A. 1917-19; Episcopalian.

*DANIEL, WILLIAM ALEXANDER Teacher

        From Halifax co.; Weldon; b. Feb. 9, 1827; d. Apr. 9, 1893; A.B. 1846; farmer; member house of c. 1866; co. supt. schools; supt. public instr.

†DANIEL, ZEBULON VANCE

        Bringles; s. 1897-1900.

DANIELS, ARCHIE SHIELDS

        Hilton Village, Va.; s. p. 1920-22; b. Hilton Village, Va., Nov. 19, 1901; p. J. T. and -- --.

DANIELS, ARTHUR WINFIELD

        Roe; s. 1916-17; b. Roe, Oct. 26, 1894; p J. O. and -- --.

DANIELS, CHARLES ALBIN

        New Bern; s. l. 1912-13; b. New Bern, Dec 2, 1889; p. L. A. and -- --.


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*DANIELS, CHARLES CLEAVES, JR.

        From Wilson; New York, N. Y.; b. July 26, 1895; d. July 27, 1917; s. 1913.

DANIELS, CARL LEILMAN Lawyer

        Oriental; pres. Hertford; s. 1904-05; s. l. Richmond col. 1911; b. Lowland, July 15, 1886; p. Louis G. and Sallie B. (Potter); m. Wilhelmina C.; practicing atty. Bayboro 1911-17; ibid. New Bern 1917-18; road building and trucking contractor; 321 field hosp. 81st div. A. E. F. 1918-19; gassed and shocked Meuse Argonne Nov. 9, 1918.

DANIELS, CLARENCE POPE

        Manteo; s. 1922-23; b. Apr. 5, 1903.

DANIELS, FRANK ARTHUR Jurist

        109 S. George st., Goldsboro; s. 1878; b. Washington, Sept. 9, 1858; p. Josephus and Mary Cleaves (Seabrook); m. Carrie W. Borden, Dec. 22, 1885; m. Mary C. Borden, June 30, 1920; lawyer 1881-1911; judge sup'r ct. 1911; atty. Wayne co.; city atty. Goldsboro; trustee U. N. C.; state sen.; mem. Am. bar assn.; N. C. bar assn.; mem. nat. geographic soc.; Methodist.

DANIELS, FRANK BORDEN

        Goldsboro; s. 1905-07; s. l. 1907-08; Va. Mil. Inst.; p. Frank A. and Carrie (Borden); m. Rosa Powell, 1913; with Borden Brick & Tile co., 1910-.

DANIELS, GEORGE SEABROOK Manufacturer

        109 S. George st., Goldsboro; s. 1908-10; V. M. I. 1906-08; b. Goldsboro, July 25, 1889; p. Judge Frank Arthur and Carrie Whitefield (Borden); Kappa Alpha; bookkeeper and teller Wayne Nat. bank 1910-17; treas. Empire Mfg. co. 1919-; ensignlieut. (j. g.) pay corps U. S. N. 1917-19; Methodist.

DANIELS, JOSEPHUS Editor

        Raleigh; s. l. 1884-85; LL.D. 1914; b. Washington, May 18, 1862; p. Josephus and Mary Cleaves (Seabrook); m. Addie Worth Bagley, May 2, 1888; editor Advance, Wilson; State Chronicle, Raleigh; News and Observer, Raleigh; pub. printer 1887-95; chief clerk interior dept. 1893-95; sec. of the navy 1913-21; mem. exec. com. trustees U. N. C.; chm'n. social board Methodist church; trustee, U. N. C. 1901-; mem. dem. nat. com. 1897-1920; author The Navy and the Nation; Life of Worth Bagley; Our Navy at War; Life of Woodrow Wilson; Methodist.

*DANIELS, JOHN L.

        s. 1821.

DANIELS, JONATHAN WORTH Journalist

        Care News and Observer, Raleigh; A.B. 1921; A.M. 1922; Columbia univ.; b. Raleigh, Apr. 26, 1902; p. Josephus and Addie Worth (Bagley); m. Elizabeth Bridgers, Sept. 5, 1923; ed. Tar Heel; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Sigma Upsilon; newspaper work Louisville, Ky., Times; ibid, Raleigh News and Observer; licensed to practice law; Methodist.

DANIELS, LELAND MACKIE Dentist

        Southern Pines; s. 1913-14; D.D.S. Med. col. of Va., 1917; b. Merritt, Feb. 23, 1895; p. Paul Jones and Mollie Ernestine (Small); m. Grace Winslow Alexander, Aug. 2, 1923; Mason; Methodist.

DANIELS, LLOYD S.

        Wanchese; s. 1902-03.

DANIELS, RALPH LIVINGSTON Physician

        New Bern; s. m. 1909-11; M.D. Med. Col. of Va., 1912; Philadelphia Polyclinic hosp. 1917; b. Merritt, Mar. 15, 1888; p. Paul J. and Mollie E. (Small); m. Florence Jones, May 31, 1914; physician 1912-17; eye, ear, nose, and throat specialist 1919-; mayor Swansboro 1915-17; alderman New Bern 1922-; 1st lieut.-capt. med. corps Ft. Oglethorpe, Camp Devens, base hosp. No. 70 Allerly, France, A. E. F. 1917-19; Mason; Elk; Methodist.

DANIELS, STEPHEN FOWLER

        New Bern; B.S. 1924; b. New Bern, May 12, 1900.

DANIELS, MRS. VIRGIL C.

        (nee Lambertson, Brownie) Boydton, Va.; A.B. 1906; Oxford sem.; Centenary col.; Sou. Conservatory of Music; b. Rich Square, Jan. 11, 1884; p. William Augustus and Lucy B. (Futrell); m. Virgil C. Daniels, Dec. 28, 1909; Baptist.

DANIELS, VIRGIL CLAYTON Lawyer

        Boydton, Va.; Ph.B. 1904; M.A. 1905; Cornell univ; b. Merritt, June 27, 1883; p. Paul Jones and Mary E. (Small); m. Brownie Augusta Lambertson, Dec. 28, 1909; Phi. Soc.; teacher 1905-22; practicing atty. Boydton, Va., 1922-; Baptist.

DANIELS, WORTH BAGLEY Student

        806 N. Broadway, Baltimore, Md.; A.B. 1920; Johns Hopkins univ. 1920-; b. Raleigh, Apr. 8, 1899; p. Josephus and Addie Worth (Bagley); m. Josephine Poe January; Delta Kappa Epsilon; Phi Soc.; U. S. N. 1918; Presbyterian.

‡DANIELS, WILLIAM CLAY

        Statesville; s. 1918-19.

‡DARDEN, DOUGLAS BEAMAN Physician

        Municipal hosp., Philadelphia Pa.; s. 1912-13; b. Fremont, Mar. 22, 1896; p. Mrs. W. M. Darden.

DARDEN, PAUL CLIFFORD Farmer

        Wilson; A.B. 1914; b. Greene co., Nov. 21, 1892; p. William Moye and Charity S. (Beaman); m. Esther L. Yelverton, Nov. 2, 1915; Methodist

‡DARDEN, SIMEON ISLER

        Lott, Texas; s. 1905-06.


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DARDEN, WILLIAM ARTHUR Teacher

        8 Thompson st., Annapolis, Md.; A.B. 1910; A.M. Columbia univ. 1913; b. Greene co., Jan. 11, 1890; p. William Moye and Charity (Beaman); m. Gertrude Person. June 28, 1916; prin. Falling Creek H. S. 1910-11; teacher Boys' H. S. 1914-15; instr. Univ. of Miss., 1915-17; prof. Willamette univ. 1917-19; instr. U. S. Naval acad. 1919-22; asst. prof. ibid. 1922-; author Hallis Chronicle; 2nd lieut. inf. U. S. A. 1918-19; Methodist.

DARDEN, WILLIAM EDWARD Teacher

        2424 Austin ave., Waco, Tex.; A.B. 1892; A.M. 1896; s. l. 1898-99; b. Greene co., Feb. 1867; p. J. H. and N. S.; m. Mary L. Prather, Nov. 22, 1911; Sigma Nu; teacher, Waco H. S. 1898-1900; prin. Waco H. S. 1900-07; supt. of sch. Waco, Tex.; lumber bus.; Presbyterian.

DARLING, HALE KNIGHT Lawyer

        Chelsea, Vt.; s. s. l. 1894; b. Corinth, Vt., Jan. 26, 1869; p. Joseph Kimball and Mary Alice (Knight); m. Maybelle Maud Hyde, Oct. 14, 1896; state's atty. Orange co., Va., 1896-1900; mem. Vt. bd. of bar examiners 1901-03; clerk Orange co. courts 1905-21; mem. Vt. house of rep. 1904, 1906, and 1921; state sen. 1912 and 1918; comm. to revise statutes of Vt. 1905-07; 1915-17; chm'n. Vt. Library comm. 1905; lieut. gov. Vt., 1915-17; Congregationalist.

DARNALL, HENRY JOHNSTON Teacher

        809 Walnut st., Knoxville, Tenn.; s. 1886-88; Washington and Lee univ., 1888-89; Leipzig 1891-92; 1897-98; Paris 1891; M.A. Roanoke col.; b. Lexington, Va., June 18, 1867; p. Rev. Henry Thomas and Margaret Poague (Johnston); Phi Gamma Delta; Phi Beta Kappa; Phi Kappa Phi; instr. univ. of Tex. 1889-90; master Missouri military acad., 1890-91; adjunct, asso., and prof. Univ. of Tenn. 1898-; author many published articles pertaining to languages; Presbyterian.

DAUGHERTY, WENZELL BREWER

        Dover; s. 1921-22; b. Dover, Sept. 22, 1904; p. E. E. and -- --.

‡DAUGHTRIDGE, ARTHUR LEE Student

        601 Cathedral st., Baltimore, Md.; s. 1918-22; Univ. of Md. 1922-; b. Rocky Mount, Oct. 21, 1900; p. Robert Lee and Margaret Lillian (Joyner); basket ball; Phi Soc.; Pi Kappa Phi; Phi Chi; Baptist.

DAUGHTRIDGE, EDWARD LEE

        Rocky Mount; s. 1918-19.

DAUGHTRIDGE, JOHN CLARENCE Merchant

        Rocky Mount; s. l. 1910; s. l. 1912; b. Rocky Mount, July 30, 1887; p. Lieut. Gov. Elijah Longstreet and Mary Will (Odom); m. Hallie Mae Belk, Nov. 14, 1919; lawyer 1912-17; auto. bus. 1919-22; merchant and farmer 1922-; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe; 1st lieut. 3rd pioneer inf. A. E. F. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

DAUGHTRY, EARL MCCOY

        Hamilton st., Roanoke Rapids; s. 1920-22; b. Scotland Neck, May 15, 1901; p. R. P. and Allie (Bell); postal clerk Roanoke Rapids 1922-23; employee Rosemary Banking and Trust co., Roanoke Rapids 1923-; Baptist.

*DAUGHTRY, LEMUEL GOODMAN

        Gatesville; d. 1852; s. 1851-52.

DAUGHTRY, ROBERT LEROY Postal Clerk

        Hamilton st., Roanoke Rapids; s. 1922; b. Henderson, Oct. 20, 1902; p. Robert P. and Allie (Bell); Methodist.

*DAUGHTRY, W. MILLS Planter

        Gatesville; s. 1851-52.

DAVENPORT, BESSIE

        Pineville; A.B. 1924; Meredith col. 1920-22; b. Sept. 21, 1903; p. Rev. J. E. M. and Virginia (Sapp).

‡DAVENPORT, CARLTON ALDERMAN

        Mackeys; pres. 601 Cathedral st., Baltimore, Md.; s. m. 1920-22; Trinity col. 1917-20; b. Mackeys, Oct. 3, 1898; p. W. S. and -- --.

DAVENPORT, CHARLES NORMAN, JR. Garage Owner

        Main st., Creswell; s. 1915-16; b. Middletown, Conn., Aug. 29, 1898; p. C. N. and Bettie -- --; operating garage and gen'l repair shop 1916-; Methodist Protestant.

DAVENPORT, ENOCH MANGUM Merchant

        Greenville; s. 1899-1901; mgr. Greenville Sup. co.

DAVENPORT, JAMES F. Merchant-Farmer

        Greenville; s. 1895-97; b. Pactolus, July 28, 1878; p. J. R. and Martha A. (Fleming); m. Blanche Flanagan, Nov. 25, 1903.

DAVENPORT, JOHN T. JR.

        Sanford; s. 1921-22; b. Pamlico co., Sept. 25, 1903; p. John T. and Lucy (Francies); Baptist.

*DAVENPORT, LEE

        From Pactolus; m. Julia Mayo; s. a. 1906-07; Ph.G. 1911.

DAVENPORT, LOUIS LUDFORD Lawyer

        Nashville; s. l. 1908-10; b. Washington co., Feb. 13, 1888; p. F. M. and Malissie E. (Basnight); m. Bybe Rogers, May 15, 1917; prosecuting atty. Nashville recorder's ct.; mayor Nashville; Pythian; Junior.

DAVENPORT, PETER ERNEST Druggist

        523 W. 2nd st., Washington; s. p. 1899-1901; b. Pactolus, Feb. 9, 1880; p. James


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R. and Pattie (Davenport); m. Mary Tucker, Feb. 3, 1904; retail druggist Plymouth 16 yrs.; ibid. Washington 5 yrs.

*DAVENPORT, RALPH WARREN

        Mt. Holly; s. 1909-10.

DAVENPORT, TAYLOR DEES Merchant

        Chatham st., Sanford; s. 1922; b. Pamlico, July 27, 1901; p. J. T. and Lucy Frances --; mem. firm L. T. Davenport & Son, wholesale grocers, Sanford; Baptist.

‡DAVID, WILLIAM JUDSON

        Gibson; s. 1921-22; b. Gibson, Nov. 25, 1902; p. Jenkins and -- --.

*DAVIDSON, ALLEN TURNER, JR. Lawyer

        From Asheville; Amarillo, Tex.; b. June 7, 1861; d. Asheville, June 26, 1888; Ph.B. 1882; s. l. 1881-82; teacher; supt. sch. Galveston, Texas, 1883-85; lawyer Amarillo, Texas, 1885-88.

DAVIDSON, CLAYTON WILLIAMS Clerk

        Mooresville; s. 1918-20; b. Monroe co., W. Va., Nov. 15, 1899; p. Rev. Robert Clayton and Rebecca Catherine (Williams); employee Sou. ry. 1921; night engr. ice plant 1921-22; ins. agent 1922; night engr. ice plant 1922-23; clerk 1923-; S. A. T. C.; Pythian.

DAVIDSON, EDWIN NORVELL Physician

        1212 Collings ave., Collingswood, N. J.; s. m. 1904-05.

*DAVIDSON, GEORGE FRANKLIN Lawyer

        From Mt. Mourne; Old Fort; b. 1805; A.B. 1823; A.M. 1826; mem. house of c. 1831-32, '36-38 and '48-50; state sen. 1870; trustee U. N. C. 1838-68.

*DAVIDSON, SAMUEL MCCOMB Teacher

        From Charlotte; Catawba; b. June 21, 1849; d. Nov. 10, 1897; s. 1867-68.

*DAVIDSON, THOMAS BENJAMIN

        Mansfield, La.; b. Sept. 5, 1840; killed New Hope Church, Ga., 1864; A.B. 1861; lieut. C. S. A.

*DAVIDSON, WILBER EDWIN Merchant

        From Asheville; Beaumont, Texas; b. Feb. 23, 1877; d. Mar. 5, 1907; s. 1895-96; asst. bank cashier.

*DAVIDSON, WILLIAM A. F. Lawyer

        Charlotte; s. 1828; state sen. 1858.

*DAVIDSON, WILLIAM SIDNEY

        Taylorsville; b. July 30, 1885; d. May 25, 1909; s. 1907-09.

*DAVIE, AMBROSE

        Montgomery co., Tenn.; b. Mar. 29, 1838; d. 1861; A.B. 1858.

*DAVIE, ALLEN JONES

        Halifax co.; s. 1795; mem. house of c. 1806.

*DAVIE, DAVID ASHBURNE Planter

        Montgomery co., Tenn.; b. 1838; d. 1863; s. 1858-59.

*DAVIE, GABRIEL JONES Planter

        From Montgomery co., Tenn.; Millwood, Texas; b. Mar. 7, 1836; A.B. 1857; teacher; capt. C. S. A.

*DAVIE, HYDER ALI

        Halifax co.; s. 1795-1804.

*DAVIES, ALLEN

        Orange co.; b. Jan. 17, 1830; A.B. 1861.

*DAVIES, JOHN LEROY Minister

        South Carolina; A.B. 1822.

*DAVIES, J. WILLIAM

        Chapel Hill; d. Texas, July 29, 1891; A.B. 1868; ry. official.

*DAVIES, ROBERT LEONIDAS

        ChapelHill; b. 1865; d. 1890; s. 1881-82.

*DAVIES, WILLIAM Minister

        Beaufort; A.B. 1822.

DAVIES, WILLIAM WATKINS Lawyer

        2515 Longest ave., Louisville, Ky.; Ph.B. 1891; s. l. 1891-92; b. Hillsboro, Jan. 22, 1868; Phi Delta Theta; red cross work A. E. F.; capt. 3rd Ga. vols. U. S. A., Sp.-Am. war, 1898.

*DAVIES, WILLIAM W. M. Lawyer

        From Augusta, Ga.; Asheville; d. Jan. 20, 1923; s. 1861-62; A.B. 1911 as of 1865; ry. official; C. S. A.

*DAVIS, ALLEN Teacher

        Orange co.; b. 1825; d. 1867; s. 1853-55.

*DAVIS, ARTHUR

        s. 1806.

DAVIS, ARNOLD CLEO Lawyer

        Greensboro; s. 1915-16; b. Summerfield, July 5, 1891; p. Dr. William Caldwell and Frances Rhoda (McMichael); m. Mattie Bishop, Aug. 15, 1917; prosecuting atty. Greensboro, 1919-21; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe 1917; 1st lieut. U. S. A. 1918-19; Methodist.

*DAVIS, BAXTER Planter

        Boydton, Va.; s. 1817.

*DAVIS, BERTRAM SWIFT Druggist

        From ChapelHill; Charlotte; b. Pittsboro, Jan. 16, 1867; d. Apr. 21, 1916; s. 1883-84.

‡DAVIS, CHARLES HALCA

        Raleigh; s. 1918-19; b. Raleigh, July 30, 1899; p. J. C. and -- --.

DAVIS, CLIFFORD VERNON Druggist

        Wilson; s. 1920-21; s. p. 1919; b. Southport, Apr. 23, 1899; p. Robert Wilson and Agusta Caroline --; druggist Wilson 1921-; Methodist.


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DAVIS, CHARLES WALKER Teacher

        Rosemary; s. 1914-18; b. Orange co., Feb. 13, 1893; p. Robert A. and Caroline (Ray); m. elma Garrett, Aug. 23, 1923; football; track team; teacher Burlington H. S. 1919-20; prin. ibid. 1920-22; prin. Roanoke Rapids H. S. 1922-; aviation corps U. S. N. 1918-19; Methodist.

*DAVIS, DEWITT ALEXANDER

        From Winston; Jefferson; d. W. Va.; s. l. 1897-98.

DAVIS, DWIGHT GROOME

        Care Cone Export & Commission co., Greensboro; s. 1918-20; b. Groometown, Mar. 11, 1900; p. Gaston Lee and Georgia; m. Gertrude Foscue, Nov. 19, 1903; with Cone Export and Comm. co., Greensboro, 1920-; Methodist.

DAVIS, EDWIN BONNER Druggist

        Morganton; s. 1907-09; Ph.G. Univ. of Md. 1913; b. Morganton, May 20, 1889; p. Benjamin Franklin and Mary Lou (Ballew); m. Marie Ballard, Dec. 25, 1919; Sigma Nu; drug clerk 1913-19; proprietor Davis Drug co., Morganton, 1919-; Mason; Methodist.

DAVIS, EDGAR E. Clerk sup'r Court

        Murphy; s. 1903; b. Cherokee co., Mar. 9, 1880; p. Thomas C. and Viola (Parks); m. Maybelle Palmer, Oct. 8, 1908; salesman; merchant; treas. Cherokee co. 1906-08; Baptist.

DAVIS, EUGENE G. Lawyer

        Fayetteville; s. l. 1902-03; m. Amada Kindley.

*DAVIS, EDWARD H. Planter

        From Elizabeth City; Lake Providence, Carroll Parish, La.; s. 1854-59; lieut. C. S. A.

DAVIS, EDWARD HILL Minister

        Clinton; s. 1884; A.B. Trinity col.; b. Louisburg, July 3, 1860; p. Matthew T. and Louisa (Hill); m. Mattie W. Dodamead, Dec. 2, 1891; Alpha Tau Omega; teacher Louisburg male acad. 3 yrs.; lawyer 1884-86; minister 1887-; Odd Fellow; Mason; Junior; Methodist.

*DAVIS, ELNATHAN HAYNE Planter

        From Iredell co.; Statesville; b. 1833; d. Oct. 23, 1890; A.B. 1854; capt. 45th N. C. C. S. A.; inspector gen'l Garland-Iverson-Johnston brigade; trustee U. N. C. 1874-90.

DAVIS, ERNEST JUDSON

        Beaufort; s. 1920-21; b. Beaufort, Sept. 12, 1901; p. Dr. J. J. and -- --.

*DAVIS, EDWARD LEE

        Warrenton; b. Jan. 15, 1897; d. Sept. 13, 1918; s. 1916; U. S. N.; killed when U. S. S. Ticonderoga was fired upon and sunk by an enemy submarine.

DAVIS, EMMETT JORDON Bookkeeper

        177 Flint st., Asheville; s. 1918; b. Asheville, Feb. 25, 1899; p. Charles Shakespeare and Minnie (Freck); m. Dorothy Nelson Neeley, Dec. 16, 1918; shipping clerk for wholesale grocery firm 1918-21; bookkeeper ibid. 1921-; S. A. T. C.; Baptist.

*DAVIS, FREDERICK Merchant

        Elizabeth City: b. Nov. 3, 1856; d. Aug. 18, 1917; m. Mrs. Maggie Weymouth, June 25, 1902; s. 1875-77; ice and coal bus.; Methodist.

DAVIS, FURMAN EAVES Lawyer

        843 N. 8th st., Albuquerque, N. Mex.; s. l. 1901-02; Wake Forest col.; b. Forest City, Feb. 24, 1877; p. Capt. James W. and Sarah Jane (Eaves); m. Louise Golling, July 26, 1904; Odd Fellow; Mason; Baptist.

DAVIS, FRANK SAUNDERS

        82 Griffith st., New Bern; s. 1921-23; b. New Bern, June 2, 1903; p. Richard W. and Eula V. --.

‡DAVIS, GEORGE

        Balboa heights, Cristobal, Canal Zone; s. 1897-98.

*DAVIS, GOODERUM Physician

        Fayetteville; A.B. 1817.

DAVIS, GUION GRAY Teacher

        R.F.D., East Bend, pres. Dobson; s. 1919-20; b. East Bend, Apr. 24, 1898; p. P. A. and Dora E. (Patterson); Methodist.

DAVIS, GEORGE HAMILTON

        Wake Forest; s. m. 1914-15; A.B. Wake Forest col.

DAVIS, GRAHAM LEE Law Student

        27 Cedar st., New York, N. Y.; s. 1916-17; Wake Forest col.; s. l. George Washington univ. 1919-23; s. l. New York univ. 1923-; b. Beaufort, Apr. 15, 1893; p. Dr. J. J. and Mary Elizabeth (White); m. Anne-Marie Ferre, Bordeaux, France, Sept. 6, 1921; Cont. Trust co., Washington, D. C., 1919-22; 2nd lieut. air service, A. E. F. 1917-19.

*DAVIS, GEORGE R. Lawyer

        Wilmington; b. Mar. 1, 1820; d. Feb. 23, 1896; m. Mary A. Polk; m. Nominia Fairfax, May 9, 1886; A.B. 1838; LL.D. 1882; Confederate sen. 1862-64; atty. gen'l Conf. states, 1864-65; trustee, U. N. C., 1879-94.

DAVIS, HAYNE Lawyer

        34 E. 52nd st., New York, N. Y.; A.B. 1888; s. l. 1889-90; b. Statesville, Nov. 2, 1868; p. E. Hayne and Mary Williams (Pearson); lawyer Knoxville, Tenn.; ibid. New York, N. Y.; sec. to Am. delegation to inter-parliamentary conf.


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1904-06; organizer the nat. peace and arbitration league; author numerous articles on international political questions.

*DAVIS, HUGH LEVIN

        Louisburg; s. 1877-78.

DAVIS, HARRY TOWLES

        State Museum, Raleigh; A.B. 1919; A.M. 1920; b. Cape Hatteras, July 7, 1895; p. Dr. J. J. and Maggie Elizabeth (White).

DAVIS, HARVEY LEWIS Manufacturer

        929 S. 20th st., Birmingham, Ala.; s. 1896-1900; b. Randolph co., Nov. 28, 1874; p. Dougan D. and Lucinda (Hill); m. Effie S. Kluttz, Feb. 25, 1904; Methodist.

DAVIS, HENRY WILEY Merchant

        327 Mocksville ave., Salisbury; B.S. 1905; b. Salisbury, Nov. 5, 1883; p. Orin Datus and May (McCorkle); m. Louise Womble, Nov. 4, 1913; Sigma Nu; Pi Sigma; Di Soc.; Sphinx; Gorgon's Head; employee V. Wallace and Sons; ibid. Davis and Wiley bank; ibid. Proximity Mfg. co.; asst. mgr. V. Wallace and Sons; Kiwanian; Presbyterian.

DAVIS, ISAIAH IVERSON Pharmacist

        North Union st., Concord; s. 1902-03 and 1903-04; s. p. 1906-07; b. Morganton, Nov. 2, 1884; p. Isaiah Iverson and Lucy Isbel (Davis); m. Lina Elizabeth Hartsell, June 2, 1910; baseball 1907; Sigma Nu; druggist Fetzer Drug co., 1907-08; owner Fetzer Drug co. 1910; accountant Hartsell Mills co., Concord; stockholder and dir. Hartsell Mills co.; Pythian; Kiwanian; Methodist Episcopal (South).

DAVIS, ISAAC PETER Realtor

        Warsaw; s. 1906-08; b. Wanchese, Aug. 16, 1888; p. Banister H. J. and Beatrice Bunch (Gallop); m. Susie Byrum Hines, May 31, 1918; teacher 1908-13; newspaper work 1913-17; ins. bus. Wilmington 1919-20; pres. Duplin Real Estate and Ins. co. 1920-; state legislature 1917; chmn. oyster interest comm.; trustee U. N. C. 1919; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe 1917; 80th F. A. reg. 7th brigade, 7th div. U. S. A. 1917-19; Presbyterian.

*DAVIS, JOHN

        North Carolina; s. 1825.

*DAVIS, JOHN

        Boydton, Va.; s. 1807.

DAVIS, JUNIUS, JR.

        312 Ann st., Wilmington; pres. U. S. gov't hosp., Augusta, Ga.; s. l. 1916-17.

DAVIS, JONES BLAINE Minister

        Chapel Hill; A.M. 1920; A.B. and A.M. Wake Forest col. 1917; b. Mars Hill, May 28, 1890; p. William Stewart and -- --; pastor Carrboro ch. 1919-; Mason; Junior; Baptist.

DAVIS, JAMES BLAINE

        Warrenton; s. 1904-05.

*DAVIS, JOHN BOYD

        Alston; b. Dec. 8, 1896; s. 1916-17; supposed to have been lost at sea on submarine chaser during world war; Methodist.

DAVIS, JAMES E. B. Teacher

        124 Groveland ave., Raleigh; pres. Wendell; s. Ph.B. 1889; Commercial col. of Ky. univ.; b. Pikeville, May 5, 1867; p. Daniel and Chelsea (Combes); m. Mary Richardson, Feb. 8, 1899; teacher 1889-1908; Baptist.

DAVIS, JOSEPH FRANKLIN Physician

        Glendon; s. m. 1908-10; M.D. Med. col. of Va., 1912; b. Mar. 16, 1884; p. A. P. and S. A.; m. May Cole, Jan. 5, 1916; football, baseball; Woodman; Junior; Mason; Methodist Episcopal (South).

DAVIS, JOSEPH FRANKLIN

        R.F.D. 4, Raleigh; s. 1922-23; b. Feb. 24, 1902.

DAVIS, JAMES H.

        Smithfield; s. 1923; b. Smithfield, June 11, 1904; p. G. W. and Ida M. --.

DAVIS, JAMES HAYDN Tobacconist

        Wendell; s. p. 1918-19; b. Dobson, Jan. 3, 1900; p. J. E. B. and Mary (Richardson); S. A. T. C.; Baptist.

*DAVIS, JOSEPH JONATHAN Lawyer

        Franklin co.; b. Apr. 13, 1828; d. Aug. 7, 1892; LL.B. 1850; LL.D. 1887; mem. house of c. 1866-67; mem. congress 1875-81; judge supr. ct. 1887-92; capt. 47th N. C. I., C. S. A.; trustee U. N. C. 1874-91.

*DAVIS, JEREMIAH L. Lawyer

        Norfolk, Va.; LL.B. 1849.

DAVIS, JUDITH ROAN Lawyer

        Kings Mountain; s. s. l. 1915; A.B. Trinity col. 1914; b. Cleveland co. Sept. 21, 1887; p. Geo. L. and Jane --; m. Bertha Miller, Dec. 24, 1920; mem. legislature from Cleveland co. 1923; ensign U. S. N. 1917-18; Pythian; Mason; Methodist.

DAVIS, JAMES WAGNER Surgeon

        Statesville; s. 1906-08; M.D. Univ. of Pa. 1913; b. Statesville, June 8, 1886; p. Lawson E. and Josie (Wagner); Acacia; author numerous articles pub. on blood transfusion, appendicitis, cesarean, caesarean section, hernia, and other subjects; designer the high bridge splint in the treatment of gunshot wounds in the leg; 1st lieut.-capt.-maj. med. corps A. E. F. 1917-19; U. S. military mission, Berlin; inspector Russian war prison camps, Germany; chief surgical service, Evacution hosp. Trier, Germany; lieut.-col. M. R. C.; Shriner; Methodist.

*DAVIS, JOHN Z. Physician

        Orange co.; s. 1835.


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DAVIS, LORENZO BURTON Sales Manager

        Raleigh; s. 1900-01, 1904-05; b. East Bend, Nov. 14, 1878; p. J. M. and M. M. (Dozier); m. Lola Dell Smitherman; basketball; winner running high jump 1901; salesman R. J. Reynolds co. 1905-10; merchant 1910-12; salesman Turner White Coffin co. 1912-18; southeastern mgr. Mich. Hearse and Motor co. and John W. Henery co. 1918-22; sales mgr. Riddle Mfg. co. 1922-; Methodist.

†DAVIS, LAWSON EDWARD

        Badin; s. 1920-21; b. Albemarle, July 17, 1898; p. T. A. and -- --.

‡DAVIS, LEE ROY Insurance Agent

        1715 Sunset drive, Raleigh; s. 1911-12; b. Bladenboro, Mar. 4, 1892; p. William A. and Eliza L. (Kelly); m. Vivian Johnson, June 18, 1920; Phi Soc.; prin. Nye H. S. 1913-15; ibid. Poplar Hill H. S. 1915-16; ibid. Barbers-Ten Mile H. S. 1916-17; teacher Bladenboro H. S. 1919; prin. Boardman H. S. 1919-20; asst. cashier bank of Bladenboro 1920-21; mem. and social sec. Raleigh Y. M. C. A. 1921-22; agent Life Ins. Co. of Va. 1922-; pvt. C. A. C., U. S. A. 1917-18; Presbyterian.

†DAVIS, LLOYD WOOD

        Washington, D. C.; s. 1919-20; N. C. State col.; b. Beaufort, Apr. 19, 1898; p. J. J. and -- --.

†DAVIS, MARY GEORGE

        Care Hudson Bros., New York, N. Y.; s. 1903-04.

DAVIS, MARTIN JONES Teacher

        Warrenton; A.B. 1915; A.M. 1916; b. Warren Plains, Aug. 12, 1890; p. William Jones and Hannah Martin (Barham); Phi Soc.; prin. Lower Sch. of Danville, Va. sch. for boys 1916-17; teacher Wilmington H. S. 1920-21; city supt. Williamston sch. 1921-; 2nd lieut. Ft. Oglethorpe Aug. 1917; 1st lieut. 4th div. A. E. F. 1917-19; Methodist.

*DAVIS, MATTHEW S. Educator

        From Warrenton; Louisburg; b. Oct. 30, 1830; d. Feb. 1906; A.B. 1855; A.M. 1858; teacher; pres. Louisburg female col.

DAVIS, ORVILLE THOMAS

        Haskell, Tex.; s. l. 1912-13; b. Waynesville, Oct. 1, 1890; p. T. J. and -- --.

*DAVIS, PLUMMER ALSTON Planter

        From Warrenton; Louisburg; b. Nov. 23, 1848; s. 1865-66; register of deeds; mem. gen'l assem. 1891 and '99.

DAVIS, PHILLIP CRAWLEY

        Crafton heights, Winston-Salem; pres. Sunset blvd., Los Angeles, Cal.; s. 1921-22.

DAVIS, QUINTON CLARENCE Lawyer

        South Norfolk, Va.; s. l. 1910; LL.B. Univ. of Richmond, 1912; p. Q. C. Davis and -- --; Sigma Phi Epsilon; Beta Theta Phi; Va. legislature 1915-17; mayor S. Norfolk, 1919; first city atty., S. Norfolk.

DAVIS, ROBERT ALEXANDER Teacher

        Franklinville; M.A. 1923; s. 1920; prin. Franklinville H. S. 1923-24.

*DAVIS, RICHARD BRYANT Farmer

        Goldsboro; b. Wayne co.; d. 1901; m. Sallie N. Pate, Jan. 11, 1893; s. 1881-84; Methodist.

DAVIS, ROBERT COWAN Office Manager

        Care Thos. W. Davis, Wilmington; pres. P. O. box 764, Greenville, S. C.; s. 1913-16; b. Wilmington, Oct. 9, 1894; p. Junius and Mary (Cowan); m. Cad Carter Wortham, Nov. 27, 1923; football, track, gym, basketball; Sigma Nu; with Alexander Sprunt & Son, Inc.; mgr. Greenville, S. C. office; world war, 1917-19; Episcopalian.

†DAVIS, RICHARD F. Teacher

        Antauga co., Ala.; s. 1858-59.

DAVIS, ROBERT GREEN SINGLETON Merchant

        Henderson; A.B. 1900; Lawrence Scientific sch. 1898; b. Henderson, Sept. 17, 1879; p. Elihu G. and Mary (Watkins); m. Mary Shuford, June 15, 1915; Alpha Tau Omega; U. S. geol. survey 1900; supt. cotton mills Petersburg, Va., 1901-03; merchandise broker, Roanoke, Va., 1903-04; merchant 1904-; Mason; Episcopalian.

DAVIS, ROBERT HARRIS

        Charlotte; Linden; s. 1903.

DAVIS, ROBERT HENRY Merchant