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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
xvi, 950,  p., ill.
[Chapel Hill, N.C.]
[General Alumni Association of the University of North Carolina]
[Chirstian & King Printing Company]
Call number C378 .UT5 c. 2 (North Carolina Collection, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill)
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HARRY WOODBURN CHASE, PH.D., LL.D.
President, The University of North Carolina, 1919--.
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SECOND EDITION, 1924
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although seventy-five per cent of its content is fresh material, gathered during the last few months and hitherto unpublished.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
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.
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
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.
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.
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.
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:
South Mills; b. Sept. 1, 1869; d. Oct. 24. 1899; A. B. 1898; Methodist.
South Mills; b. Nov. 23, 1871; d. Aug. 18, 1896; s. 1895-96; Methodist.
401 Masonic Temple, Raleigh; s. a. 1904-5; s. l. 1905-06.
Waynesville; s. 1914-15; Trinity col.; b. Waynesville, July 12, 1894; p. Dr. J. F. and -- --.
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.
Raleigh; s. 1917-18; b. Smithfield, Dec. 1, 1900; p. Edward Stanley and -- --; employee N. C. auditor's office.
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.
Rialto, Chatham co.; b. 1855; s. 1882-83; book agent.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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
North American Daily Oct., 1922 --; serg. major S. A. T. C., Lenoir col. unit, 1918.
Chapel Hill; b. Rutherford College. Sept. 20, 1878; d. Advance, Feb. 21, 1903; s. 1900-01.
Lenoir; s. p. 1906-07.
Elkin; s. 1900-01; b. Mecklenburg co., May 12, 1880.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Charlotte; LL. B. 1924; b. Nov., 1899; p. Dr. J. E. and -- --; Methodist.
Charlotte; b. Apr. 16. 1890; d. Dec. 10, 1913; s. 1911-13; Presbyterian.
Greenwood, S. C.; s. 1914.
2912 Linwood bldg., Kansas City, Mo.; A. B. 1924; b. Wilmington, Feb. 24, 1903; p. Saul and Fannie (Kabalsen); Jewish.
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.
Milledgeville, Ga.; b. Sept. 7, 1847; s. 1859-61; A. B. 1911 as of 1863; 1st lieut. Morgan's Cavalry, C. S. A.
Waynesville; s. m. 1905-06; b. 1888.
Care Parker-Hunter Realty co., Raleigh; s. 1914-15.
Care Fairfax Phar., Miami, Fla.; s. p. 1919-20; p. S. L. and Virginia C. (Coley); m. Margaret E. Mawhinnly, Sept 4, 1923.
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
& co., druggists; promoted 1st cl. serg. Aug., 1918; nine months in France as druggist. Base hosp. No. 81; discharged June, 1919: Presbyterian.
Rutherfordton; Ph. G. 1924; b. May 21, 1901; p. Rev. M. W. and Florence (Baugh); Phi Delta Phi; Baptist.
Rowland; s. 1921-22; b. Rowland, June 29, 1903; p. S. L. and -- --.
Monroe; pres. Waxhaw; s. l. 1904; A.B. 1904 Trinity col.; b. Nov. 29, 1880.
429 Lackey st., Hamlet; B. S. 1924; b. Camden, S. C., Oct. 1, 1902; p. Romelans Marion and Annie (Graham); Kappa Pi; Baptist.
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.
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.
Yorkville, S. C.; b. 1841; s. 1859-62; A. B. 1911 as of 1862; C. S. A.
Asheville; s. l. 1904; b. Bakersville, Mar. 27, 1879; p. Jas. S. and Sallie S. (Green); m. Hattie Hunter Etheridge, Jan 14, 1908.
Gastonia; s. 1917-18.
Wilmington; s. 1801.
Greensboro; b. Nov. 30, 1845; s. 1861-65; pres. Union Telephone & Telegraph co.; Scout C. S. A.
Yorkville, S. C.; b. Jan. 20, 1840; A. B. 1860; Planter; capt. C. S. A.
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.
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.
622 N. 6th st., Little Rock, Ark.; s. 1864-65.
Raleigh; A. B. 1900; s. l. 1902-03; b. Raleigh, July 4, 1880.
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.
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.
Conway, S. C.; s. p. 1913; b. Rowland, Aug. 26, 1894; p. S. L. and -- --.
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.
Durham; b. Jan. 14, 1900; d. Aug 5, 1918; s. 1916.
Fayetteville; s. 1913-14; b. Holly Springs, Aug. 26, 1887; p. David T. and -- --.
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.
Statesville; s. 1916-17; b. Statesville, Sept. 25, 1896; p. Mrs. J. M. Adams; 2nd lieut. C. A. C. Training sch., Ft. Monroe, Va.
Petersburg, Va.; A. B. 1866; C. S. A.
R. F. D. 5, Oxford; s. 1922-23; b. Creedmoor, Nov. 25, 1902; p. M. F. and Lucy Cordis (Lawrence); Baptist.
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.
R.F.D. 3, Advance; s. 1919-20; b. Advance Feb. 2, 1899; p. D. E. and -- --.
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.
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.
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).
Asheville; s. 1898-99.
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.
(See Saybolt, Mrs. William Frederick).
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.
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.
1418 Nagatsuta, Tanamura, Japan; A. M. 1920; A. B. Waseda univ.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
1401 E. 21st St., Winston-Salem; s. 1921-22; b. Winston-Salem, Apr. 8, 1903; p. Mrs. Lena Albright.
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.
Snow Hill; s. 1922-23; b. May 2, 1902.
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.
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.
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.
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-.
Wilard; s. 1877-79; b. Pender co.; N. C. Gen. Assem., 1911.
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.
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.
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.
Matthews; A. M. 1922; A. B. Davidson col., 1919; b. Matthews, Aug. 28, 1889; p. Marcellus Almerine and Cora (Brown); Presbyterian.
Boydton, Va.; b. 1805; d. 1827; A. B. 1825.
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.
Mecklenburg co.; A. B. 1827.
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.
Plymouth; b. July 2, 1855; d. May 4; s. l. 1885-86; teacher; prin. Plymouth H. S.; merchant; lawyer; capt. Roanoke guards.
Asheville; pres. New York, N. Y.; s. 1919-23.
Mecklenburg co.; A. B. 1825; Presbyterian.
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
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.
Greensboro; s. l. 1911-12.
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.
Chapel Hill; b. Jan. 2, 1882; d. Nov. 24, 1899; s. 1898-99.
Charlotte; s. 1847-49.
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.
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.
Mecklenburg co.; b. Mecklenburg co., Apr. 18, 1826; d. July 14, 1855; s. 1846-47; Presbyterian.
307 10th ave., Charlotte; A.B. 1924; b. Feb. 5, 1902; p. Dr. J. R. and -- --; Presbyterian.
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.
Lincoln co.; A. B. 1816; N. C. gen. assembly.
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.
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.
815 Connecticut ave., Washington, D. C.; s. 1917-20; A. B. George Washington univ. 1922; b. Creswell, Apr. 23, 1900.
Creswell; s. l. 1912-13; b. Creswell, 1888; p. Mrs. Hattie E. Spruill.
From Mecklenburg co.; Salisbury; A.B. 1821.
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.
Statesville; s. 1918-19; b. Statesville, May 7, 1899; p. J. R. and -- --.
Mecklenburg co.; A. B. 1817.
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.
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.
From Creswell; Scotland Neck; s. 1880-81.
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.
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.
Creswell; s. 1918.
Plymouth; s. 1815.
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.
From McDowell co.; Texas; b. May 21, 1833; d. 1875; A.B. 1854; civ. eng.; lawyer; capt., C. S. A.
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.
Creswell; s. 1910-12; b. Creswell, April 8, 1891; p. Alfred and -- --.
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.
Rowland; s. 1910; b. Rowland, June 7, 1891; p. Wiley C. and Rhoda E. (Bullock); Presbyterian; Mason; Pythian.
Randolph co.; A. B. 1861. b. Randolph co., Aug. 18, 1839.
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.
New Bern; b. 1807; d. 1829; A. B. 1825.
From Granville co.; Oxford; b. Sept. 15, 1859; d. Sept. 29, 1887; Ph.B. 1882.
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.
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.
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.
Greensboro; s. 1901-02.
Lafollette, Tenn.; s. 1897-98; b. Franklinton, Sept. 23, 1869; contractor 1902; merchant 1903.
Care Allen Bros., Raleigh; s. a. 1908-11; s. l. 1911-12; Wake Forest col.; b. Kinston, Aug. 21, 1891.
(See Brinkley, Mrs. L. L.)
Brunswick co.; d. April 2, 1903; s. 1855-57; lawyer; planter; mem. house of commons 1866, 1899 and 1901; col., C. S. A.
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.
Fayetteville, Tenn.; b. Feb. 24, 1836; d. 1877; A. B. 1858; C. S. A.
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.
Louisburg; s. 1920-21; b. Louisburg, June 8, 1903; p. Ivey and -- -- --.
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.
Care Asheville Transfer co., Asheville; s. 1912-13; p. Herbert C. and -- -- --; m. Jean McDonald, Mar. 8, 1919; with Asheville Transfer co., 1913-.
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.
Pitt co.; s. 1810.
Gibsonville; s. 1919-23; p. John S. and Margaret; U. S. A. and A. E. F. 1917-19.
(See Green, Mrs. Benj. Franklin).
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.
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.
Kingstree, S. C.; s. 1893-94; S. C. Med. col. Ph. G. 1904; b. Florence. Mar. 18, 1876.
Leasburg, Caswell co.; s. 1835-36.
Chatham co.; s. 1853-56.
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.
St. Paul's; s. 1916-17; b. St. Paul's June 15, 1897; p. Joseph and -- --.
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.
Granville co.; b. 1835; killed at Sharpsburg, 1862; s. 1854-56; C. S. A.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Hendersonville; s. 1918; Col. of Charleston; b. Jan. 20, 1899; p. Mitchell James and Cynthia (Case); m. Helen Drummond, Dec. 1, 1921; Methodist.
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-.
Windsor; b. April 19, 1841; killed Malvern Hill (Battle of Gettysburg); A. B. 1861; C. S. A. co. "F," Warren Guards.
New Bern; b. 1831; d. 1860; A. B. 1853; A. M.
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.
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.
Greenville; s. 1886-87.
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.
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.
Goldsboro; A. B. 1917; s. l. 1919-20; b. Goldsboro, Dec. 7, 1895; p. William Reynolds and Mattie (Moore).
From Oxford; Florence, S. C.; b. 1839; s. 1856-58; lieut., C. S. A.
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.
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.
Waynesville; s. l. 1897-98; b. Jackson co., July 5, 1873; N. C. gen assembly 1905.
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.
Waynesville; s. l. 1921-22; b. Waynesville; p. F. E. and -- --.
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.
Webster; s. 1922-23; b. Webster, Oct. 4, 1904; p. Mrs. E. M. Allison.
(See Ford, Mrs. John A.).
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.
Care Raleigh Bldg. and Loan assn., Raleigh; s. 1898-99.
From Orange co.; Waynesville; b. 1834; A.B. 1854.
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.
From Iredell co.; Columbus, Miss.; A.B. 1824; planter; physician.
Iredell co.; A.B. 1820; N. C. house of commons 1826; 1828; 1830; mem. N. C. conv. 1861.
Iredell co.; d. 1877; A. B. 1827.
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.
19 W. 4th st., Charlotte; A. B. 1900; pres. the Stephens co., developer of Myers Park.
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.
Climax; s. 1920-21; b. Climax, Aug. 31, 1903; p. M. L. and -- --.
Aberdeen; s. 1913-14; p. J. F. and Bettie; air service, U. S. A.
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.
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.
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.
Warren co.; b. Feb., 1791; d. Nov., 1850; m. Polly Plummer; s. 1810; Methodist.
Warren co.; b. Dec. 28, 1826; d. May, 1894; m. Polly Dawson Klarny; A. B. 1847; Methodist.
Sparta, Ga.; b. Oct. 6, 1805; d. Dec. 12, 1838; s. 1821-25.
Warren co.; s. 1834-35; Episcopalian.
Edenton; s. 1826.
Franklin co.; s. 1865-66; planter; merchant.
Edenton; b. July, 1806; A. B. 1824.
Chatham co.; s. 1838-39.
212 Kingston ave., Charlotte; A. B. 1899; p. Willis and Lucy (Skinner); m. Ellen D., Oct. 18, 1905.
Warrenton; m. Maria Davis; A. B. 1852; C. S. A.
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.
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.
Chatham co.; b. Mar. 17, 1792; d. 1842; m. Adeline Williams; s. 1898; mem. House of Rep. 1817; Methodist.
Warren co.; d. June 11, 1891; m. Mabbet Thorne; A. B. 1838; Methodist.
Chatham co.; s. 1853-54.
Warren co.; d. 1871; s. 1841-43.
Chatham co.; s. 1854-56.
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.
Chatham co.; b. Chatham co., Dec. 25, 1811; d. 1852; m. Ann Harwell; s. 1830-32; Methodist.
From Edenton; Memphis, Tenn.; A.B. 1829; minister; author.
Warren co.; d. July 1862 (from fever contracted around Richmond); s. 1855-56; asst. surgeon, C. S. A.
Littleton; b. Aug. 5, 1847; d. April 23, 1909; m. Lucy Skinner; A. B. 1867; A. M. 1884; M. D. Univ. of Md., 1869.
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.
Halifax co., s. 1795.
From Sparta, Ga.; Halifax co.; b. Nov. 17, 1803; d. Dec. 12, 1840; A.B. 1824.
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.
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.
Orange co.; s. 1807-08.
Kentucky; s. 1811-12.
Henderson; A. B. 1821.
Kentucky; A. B. 1825.
Orange co.; s. 1807.
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.
Hertford; b. Jan. 9, 1867; d. Aug. 2, 1886; s. 1884-85; Christian (Disciple).
610 Yonkers road, Middleton, O.; s. l. 1918-19; Valparaiso univ. 1915-17; b. Petoskey, Mich., Nov. 6, 1895; p. Mrs. Martha Amburguey.
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.
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.
Liberty; Ph. B. 1905; s. m. 1908-09; b. Liberty, Mar. 11, 1884.
Halifax co.; s. 1802.
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.
Granville co.; b. 1827; m. Bettie Lanier; s. 1839-40; farmer and miller; Presbyterian.
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.
Lost at sea; A. B. 1801.
Laurens District, S. C.; s. 1853-54; C. S. A.
Caswell co.; A. B. 1834.
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.
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.
Pensacola, Fla.; d. 1852; s. 1840-41; paymaster U. S. N.
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.
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.
Milesville; b. Jan. 22, 1867; d. 1895; s. I. 1894-95.
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.
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.
Legal bldg., Asheville; M. D. 1906; Wake Forest col.; Hulnon Christian univ. A. M.
Winton; b. Aug. 24, 1840; A. B. 1861; C. S. A.
Liberty; s. 1885-88; b. 1865.
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.
New Bern; s. p. 1910-11; Atlantic Christian col.; b. Greenville, Dec. 24, 1889; p. Mrs. E. L. Anderson.