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Philip P. Godwin, Gatesville

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Mrs. Caroline G. Halstead Camden

Register of Deeds Jack Leary Camden

Sheriff John J. Walston Camden

Treasurer First Union Nat'l Bk ..Camden

Auditor R. E. Aiken Camden

Tax Supervisor Jack Leary Camden

Tax Collector John J. Walston Camden

County Accountant Mrs. Polly Mathews._ Camden

Coroner Carroll Godfrey Camden

Supt. of Schools Dempsey P. Burgess Camden

Director of Social Services Mrs. Vera Mitchell Camden

County Ext. Chairman Gordan E. Sawyer Camden

Chmn. ABC Board..... Albert W. Leary Camden

Chmn. Bd. Education W. Frank Williams Camden

Chmn. Bd. Elections W. W. Forehand Camden

Wildlife Protector Harry McPherson Camden

Forest Ranger George Tarkington ...Camden

County Attorney E. Ray Etheridge Elizabeth City

County Librarian Mrs. Alise Irvin Elizabeth City

County Commissioners:

Chairman Macon J. Johnson Camden

Commissioner Joe Seymour Camden

Commissioner Bernice Forbes Camden

CARTERET

Carteret County was formed in 1722 from Bath. Was named in honor of Sir John
Carteret, afterwards (1744J Earl Granville, one of the Lords Proprietors. When the
other Lords Proprietors sold their shares to the king in 1728 Carteret refused to sell, and
an immense tract of land in North Carolina was laid off as his share in 1744. It was called
the Granville District and was the cause of a great deal of trouble. He lost it by con-
fiscation when the Revolution freed North Carolina from British rule.



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Population — 31,(>0,'{ County Seat — Beaufort

Stale Senator .'ird District Norris C. Reed, Jr., New Bern

Members House of Kepresentatives 3rd District Chris Barker, Jr., New Bern

Joe L. Bright, Kt. 2, V'anceboro
Ronald Earl Mason, Beaufort

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court A. H. James Beaufort

Register of Deeds James B. Willis, Sr Beaufort

Sheriff Ralph L. Thomas Beaufort

Treasurer John G. Jones, Jr Beaufort

Auditor John G. Jones, Jr. Beaufort

Tax Supervisor Elbert L. Davis.. Beaufort

Tax Collector James I. Finer Beaufort

County Accountant John G. Jones, Jr Beaufort

Coroner D. J. Odom Beaufort

Medical Examiner Dr. Emil Beyer Beaufort

Surveyor Philip K. Ball Morehead City

County Health Director Dr. Luther Fulcher Beaufort

Supt. of Schools T. L. Lee Morehead City

Director of Social Services Robert D. Eason Morehead City

County Ext. Chairman James F. Bunce Beaufort

Chmn. ABC Board ....Claude C. Barnes Beaufort

Chmn. Bd. Education Thomas H. Potter Beaufort

Chmn. Bd. Elections Raymond Edwards Newport

Wildlife Patrolman James E. Alston Morehead City

Wildlife Protector James M. Lewis Rt. 1, Beaufort

Forest Ranger A. Neal Chadwick Rt. 2, Newport

County Attorney L. Patten Mason Morehead City

County Librarian . Mrs. Gaston Simpson . Beaufort

Civil IJefense Director Harry Williams ....Morehead City

Veterans Service Officer George W. Collins, Jr Beaufort

County Commissioners:

Chairman. Thomas S. Bennett Morehead City

Commissioner L. Gordon Hardesty Beaufort

Commissioner R. Paul Lewis Harkers Island

Commissioner R. Thomas Temple Newport

Commissioner Kenneth Newsom Morehead City

CASWELL

Caswell County was formed in 1777 from Orange. Was named in honor of Richard
Caswell, member of the First Continental Congress, first Governor of North Carolina,
after the Declaration of Independence, six times re-elected Governor, and Major-General
in the Revolutionary Army.

Population — 19,055 County Seat — Yanceyville

State Senator 16th District W. C. Taylor, Rt. 1, Yanceyville

Members House of Representatives 17th District James E. Ramsey, Roxboro

William T. Watk'ins, Oxford

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Julian P. Moore Yanceyville

Register of Deeds J. B. Blaylock Yanceyville

Sheriff Bobby E. Poteat Yanceyville

Tax Supervisor.. C. K. Cobb Yanceyville

Tax Collector C. K. Cobb Yanceyville

County Accountant J. A. Brooks Yanceyville

Coroner Roy S. Hooper Yanceyville

County Health Director Dr. O. David Garvin Chapel Hill

Supt. of Schools Thomas H. Whitley Yanceyville

Director of Social Services R. Terry Lovelace Yanceyville

County Ext. Chairman. .._ Ralph M. Aldridge Yanceyville

Chmn. ABC Board. G. R. Smith Ruflin

Chmn. Bd. Education C. N. Barker Milton



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Office Officer Address

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. Bradley Crook Yanceyville

Wildlife Protector Raymond Allen Leasburg

Forest Ranger . Herbert Jones Yanceyville

County Manager J. A. Brooks Yanceyville

County Attorney Clarence L. Pemberton Yanceyville

County Librarian Lloyd Osterman Yanceyville

Civil Defense Director Wallace L. Burke Yanceyville

Veterans Service Officer Alfred E. Miller, Jr Oxford

County Commissioners:

Chairman , A. D. Swann Yanceyville

Commissioner O. B. Watlington, Jr Yanceyville

Commissioner C. Franklin Murphy ...Mebane

Commissioner George J. Myers Blanch

Commissioner George W. Walker Rt. 1, Reidsville



CATAWBA

Catawba County was formed in 1842 from Lincoln. Was named after a tribe of Indians
which dwelt in that section of the State. Catawba County voted with Gaston and Lincoln
until 1854.

Population— 90,873 County Seat — Newton

State Senators 26th District Bobby Lee (Bob) Combs, Hickory

Norman H. Joyner, Rt. 1, Statesville

Members House of Representatives 40th District Robert Q. Beard, Rt. 3, Newton

G. Hunter Warlick, Hickory

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Eunice W. Mauney Newton

Register of Deeds Ruth Mackie Newton

Sheriff T. Dale Johnson Newton

Treasurer Mazelle Bollinger Newton

Tax Supervisor ...Kermit W. Gilbert Newton

Tax Collector Gerald Fleming Hickory

County Accountant Mazelle S. Bollinger Newton

Coroner Alvin B. Thornburg, Sr Conover

Medical Examiner Guy J. Guarino Hickory

County Health Director Dr. Melvin Eyerman Hickory

Supt. of Schools Harry M. Arndt Claremont

Director of Social Services Villard C. Blevins... Conover

County Ext. Chairman Jesse F. Giles Newton

Chmn. ABC Board James R. Mitchell Hickory

Chmn. Bd. Education Martin Keisler Claremont

Chmn. Bd. Elections James E. Britt Newton

Wildlife Patrolman... J. C. Hurley Maiden

Wildlife Protector Phil Buckner Rt. 1, Hickory

Forest Ranger Ted Overcash Newton

County Manager Charles McGinnis Conover

County Attorney Martin Pannell Conover

County Librarian Mrs. James L. Summers Newton

Civil Defense Director William O. Richard Newton

Veterans Service Officer Reid Crawford Hickory

County Commissioners:

Chairman T. Cass Ballinger Hickory

Commissioner Jack Faw Hickory

Commissioner W. V. Rhoney Rt. 3, Vale

Commissioner John Weatherly Newton

Commissioner Thomas Shore _ Hickory



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CHATHAM

Chatham County was formed in 1771 from Orange. Was named in honor of the great
Englishman who won for England all of French America and was the first eloquent defender
of the American cause in the British Parliament during the Revolution — William Pitt,
Earl of Chatham.

Population — 29,554 County Seat — Pittsboro

State Senator 13th District William W. Staton, Sanford

Members House of Representatives 20th District Ike F. Andrews, Siler City

Carl M. Smith, Chapel Hill

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court J. W. Drake Pittsboro

Register of Deeds L. R. Johnson Pittsboro

Sheriff C. A. Simmons Pittsboro

Treasurer Bank of Pittsboro Pittsboro

Auditor Clyde R. Jones . Pittsboro

Tax Supervisor Harold T. Seagroves Pittsboro

Tax Collector Harold T. Seagroves Pittsboro

County Accountant Clyde R. Jones . Pittsboro

Coroner Eugene Foust, Jr Pittsboro

Medical Examiner R. S. Jacques Pittsboro

Surveyor R. H. Hancock ....Rt. 1, Bear Creek

County Health Director Dr. O. David Garvin Chapel Hill

Supt. of Schools Perry Harrison Pittsboro

Director of Social Services Mrs. C. K. Strowd Pittsboro

County Ext. Chairman John Cooper Pittsboro

Chmn. Bd. Education Lewis Norwood Rt. 1, Pittsboro

Chmn. Bd. Elections I. B. Covington Pittsboro

Wildlife Patrolman. A. E. Jones.. Siler City

Wildlife Protector Walter Don Augustine Pittsboro

Wildlife Protector... William A. McCain Pittsboro

Forest Ranger . ....A. B. Clark Pittsboro

County Attorney Wade Barber Pittsboro

County Librarian Evelyn L. Parks Siler City

Civil Defense Director Lemuel R. Johnson Pittsboro

Veterans Service Officer Eugene Roberson Pittsboro

County Commissioners:

Chairman June Wrenn Siler City

Commissioner E. J. Dark Pittsboro

Commissioner George T. Yates Rt. 3, Apex

Commissioner Ben Wimberly Moncure

Commissioner Arthur Phillips Rt. 1, Bear Creek

CHEROKEE

Cherokee County was formed in 1839 from Macon. Was named after an Indian tribe
which still dwells in that section of the state.

Population — 16,330 County Seat - Murphy

State Senator 33rd District Carl D. Killian, Cullowhee

Member House of Representies 49th l3istrict Erwin Patton, Franklin

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court James C. Howse Murphy

Register of Deeds J. E. Graves ...Murphy

Sheriff Blain J. Stalcup Murphy

Treasurer Mrs. Ruth Sprung Murphy

Auditor Mrs. Ruth Sprung Murphy

Tax Supervisor Paul Nave Murphy

Tax Collector Mrs. Ruth Sprung Murphy

County Accountant Mrs. Ruth Sprung Murphy

Coroner _ J. B. Hall Murphy



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Office Officer Address

Surveyor Roy Stalcup Murphy

Supt. of Schools John Jordan Murphy

Director of Social Services Vernie O. Ayers Murphy

County Ext. Chairman Jack Earley Murphy

Chmn. Bd. Education _ Robert Barker Rt. 1, Murphy

Chmn. Bd. Elections Dean PuUium Murphy

Wildlife Patrolman Jerome Latif Andrews

Wildlife Protector J. J. Jefferies Murphy

Forest Ranger _ Harold Hatchette Murphy

County Attorney W. A. Hoover, Jr Murphy

County Librarian Mrs. Martha Palmer Murphy

Civil Defense Director Dee Whitt Sharp Andrews

Veterans Service Officer Capt. Frank Swan Andrews

County Commissioners:

Chairman Jack Simonds Rt. 1, Copperhill, Tenn.

Commissioner Jack Lovingood Murphy

Commissioner W. T. Moore Andrews



CHOWAN

Chowan County was formed in 1672 from Albemarle. Was named for an Indian tribe
dwelling in the northeastern part of the State when the English first came to North Caro-
lina.

Population — 10,764 County Seat — Edenton

State Senators 1st District J. J. Harrington, Lewiston

George M. Wood, Camden

Members House of Representatives 1st District W. T. Culpepper, Jr., Elizabeth City

Philip P. Godwin, Gatesville

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Lena M. Leary Edenton

Register of Deeds Bertha B. Bunch Edenton

Sheriff Troy Toppin Edenton

Treasurer George C. Hoskins Edenton

Tax Supervisor._ Sherlon C. Layton Edenton

Tax Collector Elizabeth H. Goodwin Edenton

County Accountant...- Pansy S. Elliott Edenton

Coroner Marvin S. Barham Edenton

Medical Examiner Dr. David O. Wright Edenton

Medical Examiner._ Dr. J. N. Slade Edenton

Supt. of Schools F. L. Britt Edenton

Director of Social Services._ Robert Hendrix Edenton

County Ext. Chairman R. M. Thompson Edenton

Chmn. ABC Board J. W. Davis Edenton

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. Edward G. Bond Edenton

Chmn. Bd. Elections Mrs. Sadie H. Hoskins.__ Edenton

Wildlife Protector R. E. Evans Rt. 1, Edenton

Forest Ranger Roger Spivey Hobbsville

County Attorney John W. Graham Edenton

County Librarian Frances Jones Plymouth

Civil Defense Director Murray D. Ashley Edenton

Veterans Service Officer John Lee Spruill Edenton

County Commissioners:

Chairman J. Clarence Leary Edenton

Commissioner C. A. Phillips Edenton

Commissioner David G. Bateman Rt. 1, Tyner

Commissioner C. M. Evans Rt. 3, Edenton

Commissioner N. J. George Edenton



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CLAY

Clay County was formed in 1861 from Cherokee. Was named in honor of the great
orator and statesman, Henry Clay. Prior to 1868 Clay voted with Cherokee.

Population — 5,180 County Seat — Hayesville

State Senator 33rd District Carl D. Killian, Cullowhee

Member House of Representatives 49th District Erwin Patton, Franklin

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Ralph A. Allison Hayesville

Register of Deeds Ruby A. Ledford Hayesville

Sheriff E. Hartsell Moore, Jr Hayesville

Treasurer Robert Sams Hayesville

Tax Supervisor Robert Sams Hayesville

Tax Collector E. Hartsell Moore, Jr Hayesville

County Accountant Robert Sams Hayesville

Coroner L. R. Staton Hayesville

Supt. of Schools Hugh S. Beal Hayesville

Director of Social Services Alvin Penland Hayesville

County Ext. Chairman Printess W. England Hayesville

Chmn. Bd. Education Gerald Phillips Hayesville

Chmn. Bd. Elections .Donald S. Weaver Hayesville

Wildlife Protector Harold E. Norton Hayesville

Forest Ranger John Payne Brasstown

County Attorney William E. Carter Hayesville

County Librarian Cora Johnson Hayesville

Civil Defense Director Howard C. Martin Hayesville

Veterans Service Officer Ray White Hayesville

County Commissioners:

Chairman Howard Wimpey Hayesville

Commissioner Wayne West Brasstown

Commissioner Max Payne Brasstown



CLEVELAND

Cleveland County was formed in 1841 from Rutherford and Lincoln. Was named in
honor of Colonel Benjamin Cleveland, a noted partisan leader on the western Carolina
frontier in the Revolution, and one of the "Heroes of King's Mountain."

Population — 72,556 County Seat— Shelby

State Senators 29th District J. OUie Harris, Kings Mountain

Marshall A. Rauch, Gastonia

Members House of Representatives 43rd District Robert Z. Falls, Shelby

Robert A. Jones, Forest City
W. K. Mauney, Jr., Kings Mountain

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Ruth S. Dedmon Shelby

Register of Deeds Ralph J. Tucker Shelby

Sheriff J. Haywood Allen _ Shelby

Treasurer Harriet R. Evans Shelby

Auditor Joseph R. Davison _ Shelby

Tax Supervisor Robert S. Gidney Shelby

Tax Collector James M. Hardin Shelby

County Accountant Joseph R. Davison. .._ Shelby

Coroner M. D. Walker Shelby

Medical Examiner Dr. E. V. Moore Shelby

Supt. of Schools Walter B. Thomas._ Shelby

Director of Social Services Hal D. Smith Shelby

County Ext. Chairman Henry W. Dameron..._ Shelby

Chmn. Bd. Education Bob Cabaniss Rt. 4, Shelby

Chmn. Bd. Elections Ralph L. Gilbert Shelby



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Office Officer Address

Wildlife Patrolman Lewis N. Barts Shelby

Forest Ranger W. D. Ivester Rt. 1, Lawndale

County Manager Melvin C. Holmes Shelby

County Attorney C. C. Horn Shelby

County Librarian Mrs. Maude O. Kelsey Shelby

Civil Defense Director J. Don Shields Shelby

Veterans Service Officer C. Z. Falls Shelby

County Commissioners:

Chairman B. E. Simmons Shelby

Commissioner .J. D. Turner Lawndale

Commissioner Fritz Morehead, Jr Shelby

Commissioner^ Robert Hubbard Lawndale

Commissioner Phil Rucker Shelby

COLUMBUS

Columbus County was formed in 1808 from Bladen and Brunswick. Was named in
honor of the Discoverer of the New World.

Population— 46,937 County Seat — White ville

State Senator 15th District S. Bunn Frink, Shallotte

Members House of Representatives 13th District R. C. Soles, Jr., Tabor City

Thomas J. Harrelson, Southport

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Lacy R. Thompson Whiteville

Register of Deeds Leo L. Fisher Whiteville

Sheriff A. L. Duke Whiteville

Treasurer Mrs. Emogene Suggs Whiteville

Auditor Mrs. Emogene Suggs Whiteville

Tax Supervisor Brooks Stanley Whiteville

Tax Collector Hubert Norris Whiteville

Coroner B. E. Lanier Whiteville

County Health Director Dr. J. R. Black ...Whiteville

Supt. of Schools John Hicks Whiteville

Director of Social Services Mrs. Alice S. Wright Tabor City

County Ext. Chairman Charlie Raper Whiteville

Chmn. Bd. Education Waldo Marlowe Rt. 4, Whiteville

Chmn. Bd. Elections. Bennett White Rt. 3, Whiteville

Wildlife Patrolman Troy Sigmon Lake Waccamaw

Wildlife Protector Bill Thompson Chadbourn

Wildlife Protector Milton S. McLean ...Bolton

Forest Ranger Carl Hayes Rt. 2, Chadbourn

County Attorney R. C. Soles, Jr Tabor City

County Librarian Edna Creech Whiteville

Civil Defense Director L. R. Wayne Lake Waccamaw

Veterans Service Officer H. Hugh Nance Cerro Gordo

County Commissioners:

Chairman Ed. Walton Williamson Cerro Gordo

Commissioner W. O. Johnson Rt. 2, Chadbourn

Commissioner Edison Burns Delco

Commissioner H. J. Watts Rt. 3, Whiteville

Commissioner J. Roland Gore Rt. 3, Tabor City

CRAVEN

Craven County was formed about 1712 from Bath. Was named in honor of William,
Lord Craven, one of the Lords Proprietors of Carolina.

Population — 62,554 County Seat — New Bern

State Senator 3rd District Norris C. Reed, Jr., New Bern



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Members House of Representatives 3rd District Chris Barker, Jr., New Bern

Joe L. Bright, Rt. 2, Vanceboro
Ronald Earl Mason, Beaufort

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Dorothy P. Pate New Bern

Register of Deeds Theresa Shipp New Bern

Sheriff C. B. Berry New Bern

Auditor J. Wilbur Williamson New Bern

Tax Supervisor Paul L. Liverman New Bern

Tax Collector O. G. Wheeler New Bern

County Accountants J. Wilbur Williamson New Bern

Coroner R. Clyde Smith New Bern

County Health Director Dr. Verna Barefoot New Bern

Supt. of Schools Hiram J. Mayo New Bern

Director of Social Services James Wight New Bern

County Ext. Chairman Edward J. Simpson New Bern

Chmn. ABC Board E. W. Sumrell New Bern

Chmn. Bd. Education Forrest Daugherty Dover

Chmn. Bd. Elections Mrs. W. D. Sugg New Bern

Wildlife Protector W. S. Warren Rt. 1, Ernul

Wildlife Protector Willard N. West New Bern

County Attorney James R. Sugg New Bern

County Librarian Mrs. Eleanor Hawkins Cove City

Civil Defense Director Paul Cox New Bern

Veterans Service Officer R. E. Sumrell New Bern

County Commissioners:

Chairman Grover C. Lancaster Vanceboro

Commissioner D. L. Stallings New Bern

Commissioner W. J. Wynne Havelock

Commissioner Johnnie Daugherty New Bern

Commissioner. Carmie Winters New Bern

CUMBERLAND

Cumberland County was formed in 1754 from Bladen. Was named in honor of William
Augustus, Duke of Cumberland, second son of King George IL Cumberland was the
commander of the English army at the battle of CuUoden, in which the Scotch Highlanders
were so badly defeated. Many of them came to America, and their principal settlement
was at Cross Creek in Cumberland County.

Population— 212,042 County Seat — Fayetteville

State Senators 14th District John T. Henley, Hope Mills

N. Hector McGeachy, Jr., Fayetteville

Members House of Representatives 23rd District Norwood E. Bryan, Jr., Fayetteville

Sneed High, Fayetteville
Glenn R. Jernigan, Fayetteville
Joe B. Raynor, Jr., Fayetteville

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Marion B. Person Fayetteville

Register of Deeds Marion Clark Fayetteville

Sheriflf W. G. Clark Fayetteville

Treasurer Carter L. Twine Fayetteville

Auditor Haigh and Von Rosenberg Fayetteville

Tax Supervisor „ June Goforth Fayetteville

Tax Collector Leon Calhoun Fayetteville

County .(Accountant.- Carter L. Twine Fayetteville

Coroner Alph Clark Fayetteville

County Health Director Dr. Carl Hammer Fayetteville

Supt. of Schools F. D. Byrd Fayetteville

Director of Social Services E. L. Hauser Fayetteville

County Ext. Chairman Bruce Woodard Fayetteville

Chmn. ABC Board I. B. Julian.. Fayetteville



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Office Officer Address

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. Harold Maxwell Fayetteville

Chmn. Bd. Elections Gurney Edgerton Fayetteville

Forest Ranger Algenon F. Cain R. F. D., Fayetteville

County Attorney Heman R. Clark Fayetteville

County Librarian Dorothy Shue Fayetteville

Civil Defense Director Hans Larsen Fayetteville

Veterans Service Officer Joyce Carter Fayetteville

County Commissioners:

Chairman Hector Ray Fayetteville

Commissioner Luther Packer, Sr Fayetteville

Commissioner E. J. Edge, Jr Fayetteville

Commissioner Billy D. Home Fayetteville

Commissioner J. McN. Gillis Fayetteville

CURRITUCK

Currituck County was formed in 1672 from Albemarle. Was named after an Indian
tribe.

Population — 6,976 County Seat — Currituck

State Senators 1st District J. J. Harrington, Lewiston

George M. Wood, Camden

Members House of Representaties 1st District W. T. Culpepper, Jr., Elizabeth City

Philip P. Godwin, Gatesville

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Ralph E. Saunders Currituck

Register of Deeds William Brumsey Currituck

Sheriff W. Norman Newbern, Jr Currituck

Treasurer Bank of Currituck Currituck

Auditor J. P. Morgan, Jr Currituck

Tax Supervisor W. C. Dozier Currituck

Tax Collector W. C. Dozier Currituck

Coroner J. Bryan Smith Currituck

Medical Examiner Dr. W. W. Johnson Manteo

County Health Director Dr. John Sledge Currituck

Supt. of Schools F. L. Pendergrass Currituck

Director of Social Services Mrs. Cora Edge Moyock

County Ext. Chairman _ Jerry W. Hardesty Currituck

Chmn. ABC Board H. E. Bishop Powells Point

Chmn. Bd. Education E. M. Cooper Knotts Island

Chmn. Bd. Elections Mark Wright Jarvisburg

Wildlife Protector John H. Forbes Moyock

Wildlife Protector Walter Sawyer Mamie

County Attorney William Brumsey, III Currituck

County Librarian Grace Austin Poplar Branch

Civil Defense Director J. B. Brumsey Currituck

County Commissioners:

Chairman H. D. Newbern Powells Point

Commissioner Harold Capps Knotts Island

Commissioner Marvin Snowden Maple

Commissioner R. H. Ferrell Moyock

Commissioner Nathan Roberts Shawboro

DARE

Dare County was formed in 1870 from Currituck, Tyrrell, and Hyde. Was named
in honor of Virginia Dare, the first English child born in America.

Population — 6,995 County Seat — Manteo

State Senator 2nd District Ashley B. Futrell, Washington

Members House of Representatives 2nd District Archie Burrus, Manteo

William R. Roberson, Jr., Washington



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Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court C. S. Meekins M anteo

Register of Deeds Melvin R. Daniels Manteo

Sheriff Frank M. Cahoon Manteo

Treasurer Planters Natl. Bk. & Tr. Co Manteo

Auditor C. Jackson Luper Manteo

Tax Supervisor B. Sheldon O'Neal Manteo

Tax Collector A. B. Scoggins Manteo

County Accountant John H. Long Manteo

Medical Examiner W. W. Harvey Manteo

Surveyor Kermit R. Sinclair Manteo

County Health Director Dr. John Sledge Manteo

Supt. of Schools Seth B. Henderson Manteo

Director of Social Services Mrs. Goldie H. Meekins Manteo

County Ext. Chairman Robert L Spake Manteo

Chmn. ABC Board Quentin Bell Manteo

Chmn. Bd. Education Mrs. Nellie B. Perry Kitty Hawk

Chmn. Bd. Elections Orman L. Mann Wanchese

Wildlife Patrolman W. B. Chason Manteo

Wildlife Protector Foster Forbes Manteo

County Attorney Wallace H. McCown Manteo

County Librarian Mrs. Jean Ward Manteo

Civil Defense Director Frank M. Cahoon Manteo

County Commissioners:

Chairman W. Stanford White Manns Harbor

Commissioner Pennel A. Tillett Kitty Hawk

Commissioner William P. Dillon Buxton

Commlssioner..._ Rondal K. Tillett Wanchese

Commissioner Robert V. Owens Manteo

DAVIDSON

Davidson County was formed in 1822 from Rowan. Was named in honor of General
William Lee Davidson, a soldier of the Revolution, who was killed at the Battle of Cowan's
Ford. When General Greene retreated across North Carolina before Cornwallis in 1781,
he stationed some troops under General Davidson at Cowan's Ford over the Catawba
River to delay the British Army. The British attacked the Americans, killed General
Davidson, and forced the passage. The United States has erected a monument in his
honor on Guilford Battleground.

Population — 95,627 County Seat — Lexington

State Senators 19th District Charles B. Deane, Jr., Rockingham

William P. Saunders, Southern Pines

Members House of Representatives 31st District ...Joe H. Hege, Jr., Lexington

J. Eugene Snyder, Lexington

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Elmer R. Everhart Lexington

Register of Deeds Buren W. Craven Lexington

Sheriff Fred C. Sink Lexington

Treasurer Inez M. Rhodes Lexington

Tax Supervisor D. Leon Rickard Lexington

Tax Collector P. G. Myers Lexington

County Accountnat Jimmy M. Varner Lexington

Coroner Dr. William Lathan Lexington

Meeical Examiner Dr. James J. Lenonard Lexington

County Health Director Dr. Dermot Lohr Lexington

Supt. of Schools Lawson Brown Lexington

Director of Social Services Doris Lopp Lexington

County Ext. Chairman C. E. Bernhardt Lexington

Chmn. Bd. Education Robert R. Ripple Welcome

Chmn. Bd. Elections T. S. Royster Lexington

Wildlife Patrolman Billy O. Hendrick Rt. 6, Lexington

Wildlife Protector Joseph D. Moore Rt. 1, Lexington

Forester Dan Mclnnis, Jr Lexington



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