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J. Worth Gentry, King
George W. Marion, Jr., Dobson

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Martha O. Comer Dobson

Register of Deeds Bertha Shinault Dobson

Sheriff Jim Taylor Dobson

Treasurer Northwestern Bank Dobson

Auditor Paul Melton Dobson

Tax Collector Elizabeth Lawrence Dobson

County Accountant.- Paul Melton „ ...Dobson

Coroner Dr. Carl Thomas Dobson

Medical Examiner Dr. Robert M. Caldwell Mt. Airy

County Health Director.- Dr. Robert M. Caldwell Mt. Airy

Supt. of Schools Sam Gentry Dobson

Director of Social Services Carl Brittian Dobson

County Ext. Chairman Charlie Jackson Dobson

Chmn. Bd. Education. Joe Pell Pilot Mountain

Chmn. Bd. Elections Edward Swanson Pilot Mountain

Wildlife Patrolman Clarence L. Beaver Elkin

Wildlife Protector George Ford Dobson

Forest Ranger John Brown Dobson

County Attorney Folger & Folger Mt. Airy

County Librarian Kathleen Gilliam Dobson

Civil Defense Director Roy Kane Elkin

Veterans Service Officer Robert Freeman Dobson

County Commissioners:

Chairman Haywood Merritt Mt. Airy

Commissioner Fletcher Harris Mt. Airy

Commissioner Elmer Hodges Rt. 6, Mt. Airy

Commissioner Roxie Roth Elkin

Commissioner.- Henry Ridenhour Pilot Mountain


Swain County was formed in 1871 from Jackson and Macon. Was named in honor
of David Lowrie Swain, Governor of North Carolina and president of the University.

Population — 7,861 County Seat— Bryson City

State Senator ci3rd District Carl D. Killian, Cullowhee

Member House of Representatives 48th District Charles H. Taylor, Brevard

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Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court H. H. Sandlin Bryson City

Register of Deeds Maggie M. Warren Bryson City

Sheriff Bill Lewis Bryson City

Treasurer H. H. Smith Bryson City

Auditor H. H. Smith Bryson City

Tax Supervisor ....C. C. Carson Bryson City

Tax Collector -H. H. Smith Bryson City

County Accountant H. H. Smith . Bryson City

Coroner Dr. Kelly E. Bennett Bryson City

Medical Examiner Dr. R. E. Nordling Brsyon City

Supt. of Schools T. L. Woodard Bryson City

Director of Social Services Leroy English Bryson City

County Ext. Chairman Jack Lyday Bryson City

Chmn. Bd. Education James Lee Coggins Bryson City

Chmn. Bd. Elections Bennett Arvey Bryson City

Wildlife Patrolman Wiley W. Danner Bryson City

Wildlife Protector Wayne Beard Bryson City

Forest Ranger Orris Hughes Bryson City

County Attorney George P. Davis, Jr Bryson City

County Librarian Mrs. C. Cassada_ Bryson City

Civil Defense Director Queve Woody ..Bryson City

Veterans Service Officer Odell Shuler .„ Bryson City

County Commissioners:

Chairman.. Odell Shuler Bryson City

Commissioner Jack Smith Bryson City

Commissioner..., C. C. Carson Bryson City


Transylvania County was formed in 1861 from Henderson and Jackson. The name
is derived from two Latin words, "trans" across, "sylva" woods. Transylvania County
voted with Henderson until 1868.

Population — 19,713 County Seat — Brevard

State Senator 33rd District Carl D. Killian, CuUowhee

Member House of Representatives 48th District Charles H. Taylor Brevard

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Mrs. Marian M. McMahon. Brevard

Register of Deeds Fred Israel Brevard

Sheriff Milford C. Hubbard Brevard

Auditor Ashe & Ashe C.P.A. Brevard

Tax Supervisor Lawrence R. Hipp Brevard

Tax Collector Vernon P. FuUbright Brevard

County Accountant _ Carl Bryson Brevard

Coroner Dr. Marius H. Wells Brevard

Medical Examiner Dr. Marius H. Wells Breavrd

County Health Director Dr. John R. Folger Brevard

Supt. of Schools.. Harry C. Corbin Brevard

Director of Social Services Edith G. Jenkins Brevard

County Ext. Chairman Jerry Purser Brevard

Chmn. Bd. Education Ed Mathison Brevard

Chmn. Bd. Elections Ligon B. Ard Brevard

Wildlife Protector Don Gahagan Brevard

Forest Ranger Clark Grisson Rt. 'l, Brevard

County Manager Donald Lee Moore Brevard

County Attorney Ralph H. Ramsey, Jr Brevard

County Librarian Mrs. Lehman Kapp Brevard

Civil Defense Director F. L. McCall Brevard

Veterans Service Officer Fred Israel Brevard

County Commissioners:

Chairman Donald Lee Moore Brevard

Commissioner.. Dr. Charles Newland Brevard

Commissioner ilaie Siniard, Jr Brevard

County Government 827


Tyrrell County was formed in 1729 from Albemarle. Was named in honor of Sir John
Tyrrell, who, at one time was one of the Lords Proprietors.

Population — 3,806 County Seat — Columbia

State Senator 2nd District Ashley B. Futrell, Washington

Members House of Representatives 2nd LMstrict Archie Burrus, Manteo

William R. Roberson, Jr., Washington

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Jessie L. Spencer Columbia

Regsiter of Deeds Mary M. Spencer Columbia

Sheriff Thomas K. Yerby, Jr Columbia

Treasurer The East Carolina Bank Columbia

Auditor Luper and Jordan Rocky Mount

Tax Supervisor J. D. Brickhouse Columbia

Tax Collector Thomas K. Yerby, Jr.... Columbia

County Accountant J. D. Brickhouse Columbia

Coroner Dr. Robert Albanese Colubmia

Medical Examiner Dr. Robert Albanese Columbia

Supt. of Schools David E. Davis Columbia

Director of Social Services William E. Bateman Columbia

County Ext. Chairman Murry L. Goodwin Columbia

Chmn. ABC Board..... Mrs. Thelma A. Liverman Columbia

Chmn. Bd. Education H. CoUon Snell Columbia

Chmn. Bd. Elections Harry J. McClees Columbia

Wildlife Protector Carl Willis Cloumbia

Forest Ranger J. Edward Swain Columbia

County Attorney Charles W. Ogletree Columbia

County Librarian Esther H. Davenport Columbia

Civil Defense Director David M. Darden Columbia

Veterans Service Officer Delma C. Owens._ Columbia

County Commissioners:

Chairman Lem A. Cohoon Columbia

Commissioner Daniel E. Davis Columbia

Commissioner H. Edward Davis Columbia

Commissioner Larry E. Jones Columbia

Commissioner Gerald W. Selby Columbia


Union County was formed in 1842 from Anson and Mecklenburg.

Population— 54,714 County Seat— Monroe

State Senators 24th District F. O'Neil Jones, Wadesboro

Frank N. Patterson, Jr., Albemarle

Members House of Representatives 33rd District Richard S. Clark, Monroe

Foyle Hightower, Jr., Wadesboro

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Mrs. Ethel M. Gordon Monroe

Register of Deeds Clara Laney Monroe

Sheriff Frank L. Fowler Monroe

Treasurer American Bk & Tr. Co Monroe

Auditor Cherry, Bekaert & Holland Monroe

Tax Supervisor Tom nay wood Monroe

Tax Collector Max McCoUum Monroe

County Accountant H. L. Jenkins Monroe

Coroner Roy B. Funderburk Monroe

Medical Examiner Drs. B. W. Springs & W. H. Phifer Monroe

County Health Director._ Dr. C. A. Bolt Monroe

Supt. of Schools Dan Davis..._ Monroe

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Office Officer Address

Diroctor of Social Services Wayne Davis Monroe

County Kxt. Chairman Gene Stacy Monroe

Chmn. Hfi. Kducation Bill F. Howie Mineral Springs

Chmn. Bd. Kleetions Robert H. McGuirt Monroe

Wildlife Patrolman Winbon J. Twiford Rt. 3, Monroe

County Manager H. L. Jenkins Wingate

County Attorneys C. Frank Clriffm & Robert B. Clark Monroe

County Librarian Mrs. Betty Johnson Monroe

Civil fjefense Director Tom Lemmond Monroe

Veterans Service Officer J. Neal Clark Monroe

County Commissioners:

Chairman S. Oren Starnes Monroe

Commissioner V. T. Helms, Jr Monroe

Commissioner H. F. McCray, Jr Monroe

Commissioner Lest on Hilton Monroe

Commissioner R. Hall McGuirt Monroe


Vance County was formed in 1881 from Granville, Warren, and Franklin. Was named
in honor of Zebulon B. Vance, "the Great War Governor," a member of Congress, Cover
nor of North Carolina, United States Senator.

Population — 32,691 County Seat — Henderson

State Senator 7th District John T. Church Henderson

Members House of Representatives 16th District Bobby W. Rogers, Henderson

James D. Speed, Rt. 3, Louisburg

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Henry W. Right Henderson

Register of Deeds Horace M. Robinson Henderson

Sheriff L. B. Falkner Henderson

Treasurer... Kmilv Whitten... Henderson

Auditor.. Emily Whitten .Henderson

Tax Supervisor W. W. Wortham Henderson

Tax Collector W. W. Wortham Henderson

County Accountant Emily Whitten Henderson

Medical Examiner Dr. James P. Green. ... Henderson

County Health Director Dr. J. U. Weaver Henderson

Supt. of Schools ....A. Woodrow Taylor - Henderson

Director of Social Services Betsv Rose Jones Henderson

County Ext. Chairman Harry Q. Simmons Henderson

Chmn. ABC Board Charles Foster Henderson

Chmn. Bd. Education John A. Rainey Henderson

Chmn. Bd. Elections George Blackburn Henderson

Wildlife Patrolman N. G. Crews, III Rt. 3, Henderson

Forest Ranger Rufus Daniels Rt. 2, Henderson

County Attorney Sterling G. Gilliam Henderson

County Librarian Nannie Crowder Henderson

Civil Defense Director E. L. Brantley Henderson

Veterans Service Officer E. Roscoe Orr Henderson

County Commissioners;

Chairman J. L. Roberson Henderson

Commissioner J. D. Wilson Henderson

Commissioner John E. Wilson Henderson

Commissioner Arthur B. Crocker Henderson

Commissioner W. J. Alston, Jr Henderson

County Government 829


Wake County was formed in 1771 from Johnston, Cumberland, and Orange. Was
named in honor of Governor Tryon's wife, whose maiden name was Margaret Wake.
Some historians say that the county was named for "Ester Wake," the popular sister of
Tryon's wife, but there is no reason to suppose that any such person ever existed. She is
purely a creature of the imagination.

Population — 228,453 County Seat— Raleigh

State Senators 12th District._ _ J. Ruffin Bailey, Raleigh

Jyles J. Coggins, Raleigh

Members House of Representatives 19th District Robert L. Farmer, Raleigh

Samuel H. Johnson, Raleigh

Howard Twiggs, Raleigh

Robert W. Wynne, Raleigh

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court J. Russell Nipper Raleigh

Register of Deeds James A. Rowland Raleigh

Sheriff Robert J. Pleasants Raleigh

Treasurer Mary M. Bryant Raleigh

Auditor G. H. Jones Raleigh

Tax Supervisor James M. Brothers Raleigh

Tax Collector James M. Brothers Raleigh

County Accountant _ G. H. Jones .....Raleigh

Coroner M. W. Bennett Raleigh

Medical Examiner Dr. M. B. Bethel Raleigh

County Planner Russell Capps Raleigh

County Health Director Dr. M. B. Bethel Raleigh

Supt. of Schools Aaron E. Fussell Raleigh

Director of Social Services Mrs. Josephine W. Kirk Raleigh

County Ext. Chairman Grady W. Miller, Jr Raleigh

Chmn. ABC Board John E. Treadwell Raleigh

Chmn. Bd. Education Roland F. Danielson Raleigh

Chmn. Bd. Elections Carl P. HoUeman. Apex

Wildlife Patrolman C. B. Spain Wendell

Wildlife Protector John C. Adams Rt. 5, Raleigh

Mental Health Director Dr. Nicholas Pediaditakis Raleigh

County Manager G. H. Jones Raleigh

County Attorney Thomas A. Banks Raleigh

County Librarian William O'Shea Raleigh

Civil Defense Director Col. J. C. Thorne Raleigh

Veterans Service Officer Col. Wiley M. Pickens Raleigh

County Commissioners:

Chairman Waverly F. Akins Fuquay-Varina

Commissioner W. J. Booth, Sr Apex

Commissioner Joe W. Barber ...Raleigh

Commissioner Ralph C. Stephens ..Raleigh

Commissioner Vassar P. Shearon Wake Forest

Commissioner J. T. Knott, Jr Knightdale

Commissioner George R. Goodwin, Sr Raleigh


Warren County was formed in 1779 from Bute. Was named in honor of General Joseph
Warren, a brave Massachusetts soldier who fell while fighting at the battle of Bunker Hill.

Population — 15,810 County Seat — Warrenton

State Senators 4th District Julian R. Allsbrook, Roanoke Rapids

Vernon E. White, Winterville

Members House of Representatives 16th District Bobby W. Rogers, Henderson

James D. Speed, Rt. 3, Louisburg

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Office Officer Address

Clork of Court Lanie M. Hayes Warrenton

Hi't;ister of Deeds Jim H. Hundley Warrenton

Sheriff Clarence A. Davis Warrenton

Auditor . ' A. P. Rodwell, Jr Warrenton

Tax Su[)ervisor.. A. P. Rodwell Warrenton

Tax Collector A. P. Rodwell Warrenton

Coroner ...Boby Blayloek Warrenton

Medical Examiner Dr. Charles Bunch Warrenton

Surveyor E. P. Fitts Rt. 1, Macon

County Healtfi Director Dr. J. U. Weaver Warrenton

Supt. of Schools J. R. Peeler Warrenton

Director of Social Services J. W. Farrar Warrenton

County Ext. Chairman L. B. Hardage.. Warrenton

Chmn ABC Board J. Allen Kimball Rt. 1, Manson

Chmn. Bd. Education W. Boyd Mayfield Rt. 1, Norlina

Chmn. Bd. Elections C. C. Britton Warrenton

Wildlife Protector Alan Basnight ....Norhna

Forest Ranger Allen T. Norwood Rt. 3, Warrenton

County Attorney ..Charles T. Johnson, Jr.... Warrenton

CountV Librarian Phyliss T. DanieL __Warrenton

Civil Defense Director Jesse B. Martin Warrenton

Veterans Service Officer Loyce M. Connell Warrenton

County Commissioners:

Chairman Claude T. Bowers Warrenton

Commissioner Herbert C. Harris Rt. 3, Littleton

Commissioner Clyde R. Edwards Norhna

Commissioner W. Peete Jones Rt. 2, Warrenton

Commissioner William T. Skinner Rt. 3, Littleton


Washington County was formed in 1799 from Tyrrell. Was named in honor of George

Population— 14,038 County Seat— Plymouth

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

George M. Wood, Camden

Members House of Representatives 2nd District Archie Burrus, Manteo

William R. Roberson, Jr., Washington

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Mrs. Louise S. Allen Plymouth

Register of Deeds Mrs. Bertie O. Lilley Plymouth

Sheriff Paul Basnight Plymouth

Treasurer Ralph Hunter Plymouth

Auditor Ralph Hunter Plymouth

Tax Supervisor Corbett Swain Plymouth

Tax Collector Ralph Hunter Plymouth

County Accountant Ralph Hunter Plymouth

Coroner Eldred McQueen Plymouth

Supt. of Schools S. D. O'Neal Plymouth

Director of Social Services Mrs. Carolyn D. Skiles Plymouth

County Ext. Chairman Guy Whitford.. Plymouth

Chmn. ABC Board D. J. Brinkley Plymouth

Chmn. Bd. Education Sidney J. Hassell ..Roper

Chmn. Bd. Elections W. W. White Roper

Wildlife Protector James A. Ginn Plymouth

Forest Ranger ...Wilton Spear Creswell

County Attorney Carl L. Bailey, Jr Plymouth

County Librarian Mrs. Eleanor C. Ayers Plyrnouth

Civil Defense Director T. C. Martus .-^"P*^,^

Veterans Service Othcer Harold S. Woodley Creswell

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Office Officer Address

County Commissioners:

Chairman Reynold Spruill Roper

Commissioner W. R. Sexton Plymouth

Commissioner W. R. Owens Plymouth

Commissioner Larry Davenport Roper

Commissioner Douglas Davenport Creswel.


Watauga County was formed in 1849 from Ashe, Wilkes, Caldwell and Yancey. Was
named after an Indian Tribe.

Population — 23,404 County Seat — Boone

State Senator 25th District Donald W. Bingham, Route 1, Advance

Member House of Representatives 44th District James E. Holshouser, Jr., Boone

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court O. H. Foster Boone

Register of Deeds Helen Underdo wn Boone

Sheriff Ward G. Carroll Boone

Tax Supervisor James C. Lyons Boone

Tax Collector Ralph L. Hayes Boone

Coroner Barney Hampton Boone

County Health Director Carl Tuttle Boone

Supt. of Schools ..-.Richard Swanson Boone

Director of Social Services H. Leon Norman Boone

County Ext. Chairman L. E. Tuckwiller Boone

Chmn. Bd. Education James Marsh Boone

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. Dayton Winebarger Rt. 2, Boone

Wildlife Protector Tommie F. Osborne Boone

Forest Ranger Crayte P. Teague Boone

County Attorney J. E. Holshouser, Jr Boone

County Librarian Jo Anne Payne Boone

Civil Defense Director John T. Trivette Boone

Veterans Service Officer Wilson Norris Rt. 3, Boone

County Commissioners:

Chairman G. Perry Greene Boone

Commissioner Kenneth Wilcox ...Boone

Commissioner Gene Wilson Boone


Wayne County was formed in 1779 from Dobbs and Craven. Was named in honor
of General Anthony Wayne, one of Washington's m.ost trusted soldiers. His courage was
so great as to amount almost to rashness, and his soldiers called him "Mad Anthony

Population — 85,408 County Seat — Goldsboro

State Senator 9th District Thomas E. Strickland, Rt. 2, Goldsboro

Members House of Representatives 10th District Mrs. John B. Chase, Eureka

William P. Kemp, Jr., Goldsboro

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Shelton Jordan Goldsboro

Register of Deeds Eula B. Whitley Goldsboro

Sheriff W. I. Adams Goldsboro

Treasurer C. Bryan Aycock Goldsboro

Auditor C. Bryan Aycock Goldsboro

Tax Supervisor Will R. Sullivan Goldsboro

Tax Collector Rodney Knowles Goldsboro

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Office Officer Address

County Accountant C. Bryan Ayeock Goldsboro

Coroner L T. Seymour Goldsboro

Surveyor E. A. Little Goldsboro

County Health Director Dr. O. Aiken Mays Goldsboro

Supt. of Schools Gerald James Goldsboro

Director of Social Services Floyd K. Evans Goldsboro

County Kxt. Chairman Mark Goforth, Jr Goldsboro

Chmn! ABC Boards James Evans Goldsboro

Chmn. Bd. Education James R. Pittman Goldsboro

Chmn. Bd. Elections Preston Valentine Rt. 1, Kenly

Wildlife Protector Admiral Howell Rt. 5, Goldsboro

Forest Ranger James Williams Rt. 1, Dudley

County Attorney Fred P. Parker, Jr Goldsboro

County Librarian Susan Borden Goldsboro

Veterans Service Otticer Preston Garris Goldsboro

County Commissioners:

Chairman James Jeffreys Goldsboro

Commissioner Paul C. Garrison, Jr Mt. Olive

Commissioner Dallas Price Seven Sprmgs

Commi.ssioner_.._ Charles T. Hooks .Frernont

Commissioner Norwood Vinson Goldsboro


Wilkes County was formed in 1777 from Surry and Burke. Was named in honor of
John Wilkes. Wilkes was a violent opponent of the Tory party in England, who would
not let him take his .seat in Parliament to which he had been elected. The Americans
imagined he was suffering in the cause of liberty and named the county in his honor.

Population— 49,-524 County Seat— Wilkesboro

State Senator 2.3th District Donald W. Bingham, Rt. 1. Advance

Members House of Representatives :jSth District John Walter Brown, Rt. 2, Elkin

Jeter L. Haynes, Jonesville

Office Office Address

Clerk of Court Wayne Yates Wilkesboro

Register of Deeds Ray Welborn Wilkesboro

Sheriir Hoke Wiles. _ Wilkesboro

Treasurer . .T.Edward Bowers Wilkesboro

Auditor T. Edward Bowers __Wilkesboro

Ta.x Supervisor John Hoots Wilkesboro

Tax Collector Jack Reid Wilkesboro

County Accountant Edward Bowers Wilkesboro

Coroner Eugene Wood North Wilkesboro

Medical Examiner, (acting) Eugene Wood North Wilkesboro

Surveyor Grant Lyon Rt. 2, Wilkesboro

County Health Director Alton M. Brown MocksviUe

Supt. of Schools C. Wayne Bradburn \\ ilkesboro

Director of Social Services Charles C. McNeill. __ Wilkesboro

County Ext. Chairman Dwight D. Williamson Wilkesboro

Chmn. Bd. Education Sam Ogilvie Rt. 2, W ilkesboro

Chmn. Bd. Elections R. T. McNeill, Jr... - Wilkesboro

Wildlife Patrolman Vance M. Link Rt. 1, Millers Creek

Forester Edwin H. McGee - Wilkesboro

County Attorney Joe O. Brewer Wilkesboro

County Librarian Charles E. Abel Rt. 1, North Wilkesboro

Civil Defense Director Clay Blackburn Rt. 2, Wilkesboro

Veterans Service Officer Walter Martin Rt- -. Ronda

County Commissioners:

Chairman ...James E. Spicer Millers Creek

Commissioner Clifton Prevette ....Rt. 1, Roaring River

Commissioner E. C. Eller, Jr terguson

Commissioner Clyde Sebastian ^."^^i^

Commissioner Clyde Lowe Moravian Palls

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Wilson County was formed in 1855 from Edgecombe, Nash, Johnston, and Wayne.
Was named in honor of Louis D. Wilson, many times a member of the Legislature from
Edgecombe County, a soldier of the Mexican War who died near Vera Cruz of fever, and
the benefactor of the poor of his native county. From 1856 to 1868 Wilson County voted
with Edgecombe.

Population — 57,486 County Seat — Wilson

State Senators 8th District J. Russell Kirby, Wilson

Henry M. Milgrom, Battleboro

Members House of Representatives 15th District J. M. Gardner, Smithfield

J. Marvin Johnson, Smithfield
J. Ernest Paschall, Wilson

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court W. A. Boone, Jr Wilson

Register of Deeds Mrs. Shirley T. Leyshon Wilson

Sheriff J. W. Thompson Wilson

Auditor R. L. Shuford, Jr Wilson

Tax Supervisor B. Ross Ingram Wilson

Tax Collector George Thomas Davis Wilson

Coroner Dr. R. E. Goudy Wilson

County Health Director.- Dr. Joseph L. Campbell Wilson

Supt. of Schools Henry C. Cole Wilson

Director of Social Services E. C. Modlin Wilson

County Ext. Chairman W. D. Lewis Wilson

Chmn. ABC Board J. E. Brewer, Jr Wilson

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. R. D. Richards Wilson

Chmn. Bd. Elections...- Marvin E. Daniels Wilson

Wildlife Protector Elmo L. Walls, Jr Wilson

Forest Ranger R. E. Denton Wilson

County Manager R. L. Shuford, Jr Wilson

County Attorney Carr and Gibbons Wilson

County Librarian... Nancy Gray Wilson

Civil Defense Director Billy B. Poole Wilson

Veterans Service Officer L. C. Martin Wilson

County Commissioners:

Chairman Thomas Daniel Wilson

Commissioner M. Arpe Newton Wilson

Commissioner John D. Wilson Wilson

Commissioner Glen Watson Wilson

Commissioner T. Vance Forbes Wilson

Commissioner Preston Harrell Saratoga

Commissioner. Dr. John D. Constabile Wilson


Yadkin County was formed in 1850 from Surry. Its name is derived from the Yad-
kin River which runs through it. It is supposed to be an Indian name. Yadkin voted
with Surry in 1852.

Population— 24,599 County Seat— Yadkinville

State Senator 25th District Donald W. Bingham, Rt. 1, Advance

Members House of Representatives 38th District John Walter Brown, Rt. 2, Elkin

Jeter L. Haynes, Jonesville

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Harold J. Long Yadkinville

Register of Deeds J. Howard Poindexter Yadkinville

Sheriff Charles T. Speer Yadkinville

Treasurer Delma Hoots Yadkinville

Auditor Nolan Brown Yadkinville

Tax Supervisor Arnie Moxley Yadkinville

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Office Officer Address

Tax Collector Cressie J. Brown Yadkin ville

County Accountant _ Delma Hoots Yadkin ville

Coroner Grady M. Mackie Yadkin ville

County Health Director...- Alton Brown Mocksville

Supt. of Schools Fred C. Hobson, Sr Yadkinville

Director of Social Services._ Frank Wilson Yadkinville

County Ext. Chairman Sam Young _ Yadkinville

Chmn. Bd. Education Leon Thomasson Hampton ville

Chmn. Bd. Elections Howard Logan Yadkinville

Wildlife Patrolman Joe Smith Rt. 1, Hamptonville

Wildlife Protector ...Bruce Beck Yadkinville

Forester ....C. D. Thompson Yadkinville

County Attorney H. Smith Williams Yadkinville

County Librarian Mary Harding Yadkinville

Civil Defense Director W. J. Pardue Yadkinville

Veterans Service Officer Walter Reynolds Yadkinville

County Commissioners;

Chairman Arthur Winters Jonesville

Commissioner...- Billie R. Vestal Yadkinville

Commissioner.- Kim T. Moxley Boon ville

Commissioner Sam J. Bray Cycle

Commissioner.- Pride E. Wooten East Bend


Yancey County was formed in 1833 from Burke and Buncombe. Was named in honor
of Bartlett Yancey, an eloquent orator, many times a member of the Legislature, Speaker
of the State Senate, and a member of Congress. He was one of the earliest advocates of
the public school system in North Carolina.

Population — 12,629 County Seat — Burnsville

State Senators 31st District I. C. Crawford, Asheville

Lamar Gudger, Asheville

Members House of Representatives 47th District Ernest B. Messer, Canton

Liston B. Ramsey, Marshall

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Arnold E. Higgins Burnsville

Register of Deeds Grace Ayers Burnsville

Sheriff Kermit Banks Burnsville

Tax Collector Boyd Laws Burnsville

Coroner Dr. Melvin Webb Burnsville

Medical Examiner ...Dr. Winston A. Y. Sargent Burnsville

Supt. of Schools C. Landrum Wilson Burnsville

Director of Social Services Randal Peacock Burnsville

County Ext. Chairman William C. Bledsoe Burnsville

Chmn. Bd. Education...- 1. E. Clevenger.„_ Burnsville

Chmn. Bd. Elet^ions .Mrs. E. R. Ohle Rt. 5, Burnsville

Wildlife Protect^. D. R. McGalliard Burnsville

Forest Ranger Craig English Burnsville

County Attorney Bill Adkins Burnsville

County Librarian _ Mrs. Mary Young Burnsville

Civil Defense Director Phillip O. Styles.- Burnsville

Veterans Service Officer Jewell W. Mcintosh Burnsville

County Commissioners:

Chairman Oscar W. Deyton Burnsville

Commissioner. Earl Young Burnsville

Commissioner Frank Fox Burnsville

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