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Farm Demonstration Agent D. W. Bennett Hendersonville

Chmn. Bd. Education Floyd Osborne Arden

Chmn. Bd. Elections L. T. Dermid Hendersonville

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Lester Miles Hendersonville

Forest Warden Jim Rhodes Edneyville

County Attorney L. B. Prince Hendersonville

Veterans Service Officer Wm. E. Jamison Hendersonville

Recorder's Court :

Judge J. E. Shipman Hendersonville

Solicitor J. W. Jackson Hendersonville


Chairman D. G. Wilkie Hendersonville

Commissioner F. V. Hunter Hendersonville

Commissioner M. L. Walker Hendersonville


Hertford County was formed in 1759 from Chowan, Bertie, and Northampton.
Was named in honor of Francis Seymour Conway, Marquis of Hertford, an Eng-
lish nobleman. He was a brother of General Conway, a distinguished British
soldier and member of Parliament, who favored the repeal of the Stamp Act.
The word Hertford is said to mean "Red Ford."

Population, 19,352 . County Seat, Winton

State Senators 1st District W. I. Halstead South Mills

J. Emmett Winslow Hertford

Member House of Representatives. . C. Gordon Maddrey Ahoskie

Clerk of Court Arthur W. Greene Winton

Register of Deeds T. D. Northcott Winton

Sheriff C. W. Parker Winton

Auditor H. J. Brown Winton

Tax Supervisor T. M. Condon Winton

Tax Collector T. M. Condon Winton

County Accountant H. J. Brown Winton

Coroner E. S. Williams Ahoskie

County Health Officer Dr. J. B. Ruffin f Acting) Ahoskie

Supt. of Schools J. R. Brown Winton

Supt. of Public Welfare J. R. Raper Winton

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mollie C. Parker Winton

Colored Clara O. York Winton

Farm Demonstration Agent

White J. W. Ballentine Winton

Colored Melvin L. Johnson Winton

Chmn. Bd. Education Geo. T. Underwood Murfreesboro

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. William Copeland Murfreesboro

District Game & Fish Protector ... J. H. Vinson Winton

Forest Warden J. R. Jordan Winton

County Attorney ^ C. Wallace Jones Winton

County Librarian Dorothy Avery Winton

Veterans Service Officer Jos. D. Blythe Ahoskie

County Government



Recorder's Court :





. W. D. Boone Winton

. Jos. D. Blythe Ahoskie

Chairman . . .


. Fred Jones Winton

. W. H. Basnight Ahoskie

. C. S. Fairless Harrellsville

. R. C. Brett Come

. W. C. Ferguson Murfreesboro

. W. H. Vinson RFD, Woodland


Hoke County was formed in 1911 from Cumberland and Robeson. Was named
in honor of Robert F. Hoke, of North Carolina, Major-General in the Confed-
erate States Army.

Population, 14,937

County Seat, Raeford

State Senators 12th District J. Benton Thomas Raeford

Hal Hammer Walker Asheboro

Member House of Representatives. . H. A. Greene Raeford

Clerk of Court J. B. Cameron Raeford

Register of Deeds J. E. Gulledge Raeford

Sheriff D. H. Hodgin Raeford

Auditor J. A. McGoogan Raeford

Tax Supervisor J. A. McGoogan Raeford

Tax Collector D. H. Hodgin Raeford

County Accountant J. A. McGoogan Raeford

Coroner W. L. Roper^ RFD. Maxton

County Health Officer Dr. J. W. Vvillcox Carthage

Supt. of Schools K. A. MacDonald Raeford

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. C. H. Giles Raeford

Home Demonstration Agent Josephine Hall Raeford

Farm Demonstration Agent A. S. Knowles Raeford

Chmn. Bd. Education Carl G. Riley Rt. 3, Raeford

Chmn. Bd. Elections G. B. Rowland Raeford

District Game & Fish Protector . . . H. R. McLean Raeford

Forest Warden Foster McBryde RFD, Raeford

County Attorney A. D. Gore Raeford

County Librarian Mrs. Ina P. Bethune Raeford

Veterans Service Officer Marion Maxwell Raeford

Recorder's Court :

Judge Henry McDiarmid RFD, Raeford

Solicitor J. M. Andrews RFD, Red Springs


Chairman W. M. Thomas Raeford

Commissioner Julian H. Wright Raeford

Commissioner J. Fulford McMillan RFD, Raeford

Commissioner F. Knox Watson RFD, Red Springs

Commissioner J. W. Smith RFD, Vass

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Hyde County was formed in 1705 from Bath. Called Wickham until about

1712. Named Hyde in honor of Governor Edward Hyde, of North Carolina, a

grandson of the Earl of Clarendon. The Earl was one of the Lords Proprietors.
Governor Hyde was a first cousin of Queen Anne.

Population, 7,860 County Seat, Swan Quarter

Office Officer Address

State Senators 2nd District Sam M. Campen Alliance

John C. Rodman Washington

Member House of Representatives. . C. L. Bell Swan Quarter

Clerk of Court Ralph L. Roper Swan Quarter

Register of Deeds Bonner R. Lee Swan Quarter

Sheriff Claude D. Davis Swan Quarter

Treasurer Carolina Bank & Trust Co Swan Quarter

Auditor Maude W. Jones Swan Quarter

Tax Supervisor Maude W. Jones Swan Quarter

Tax Collector Claude D. Davis Swan Quarter

County Accountant Maude W. Jones Swan Quarter

Coroner Pratt Williamson Swan Quarter

County Health Officer Dr. D. E. Ford Washington

Supt. of Schools N. L. Shelton Swan Quarter

Supt. of Public Welfare Esther S. Williams Swan Quarter

Home Demonstration Agent Iberia R. Tunnell Swan Quarter

Farm Demonstration Agent J. P. Woodard Swan Quarter

Chmn. Bd. Education George Cutrell Fairfield

Chmn. Bd. Elections B. F. Mason Swan Quarter

District Game & Fish Protector . . . L. B. Tunnell New Holland

Forest Warden Archie Berry Fairfield

County Attorney Geo. T. Davis Swan Quarter

County Librarian Mrs. Ford S. Worthy Washington

Recorder's Court:

Judge Joseph S. Simmons Fairfield

Solicitor Geo. T. Davis Swan Quarter


Chairman J. E. Berry Lake Landing

Commissioner H. L. Sadler Swan Quarter

Commissioner Ella Z. Baynes Fairfield


Iredell County was formed in 1788 from Rowan. Named in honor of James
Iredell, of Edenton, who was one of the foremost lawyers of the State. In 1788
and 1789 he was one of the leaders in the State in advocating the adoption of
the Constitution of the United States. His speeches in the Convention of 1788
at Hillsboro were among the ablest delivered by any of the advocates of the
Constitution. Washington appointed him in 1790 a Justice of the Supreme Court
of the United States.

Population, 50,424 County Seat, Statesville

State Senators 25th District C. H. Dearman Statesville

G. Andrew Warlick Newton

Member House of Representatives . . John F. Matheson Mooresville

Clerk of Court C. G. Smith Statesville

Register of Deeds Mariemma Henley Statesville

Sheriff Walter D. Morrison Statesville

Treasurer John T. Gillespie Statesville

County Government 533

Office Officer Address

Auditor C. D. Stevenson Statesville

Tax Supervisor C. D. Stevenson Statesville

Tax Collector John T. Gillespie Statesville

County Accountant C. D. Stevenson Statesville

Coroner James E. Meacham Statesville

Surveyor Robert B. Kestler Statesville

Countv Health Officer Dr. Ernest Ward Statesville

Supt. of Schools T. Ward Guy Statesville

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. R. M. Rickert Statesville

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mary B. Strickland Statesville

Colored Juanita Stokes Statesville

Farm Demonstration Agent

White Roger W. Murdock Troutman

Colored D. O. Ivey Statesville

Chmn. Bd. Education C. H. Knox Cool Springs

Chmn. Bd. Elections W. W. Hartness Statesville

District Game & Fish Protector . . . H. A. Robertson Statesville

Forest Warden H. G. Brown Rt. 7, Statesville

County Manager C. D. Stevenson Statesville

County Attorney Z. V. Turlington Statesville

County Librarian George Linder Statesville

Veterans Service Officer S. C. Morrison Statesville

County Recorder's Court :

Judge C. B. Winberry Statesville

Solicitor Macon Simons Statesville

Mooresville Recorder's Court:

Judge H. A. Holstead Mooresville

Solicitor George A. Morrovy Mooresville


Chairman John F. Long Statesville

Commissioner J. L. McLain Troutman

Commissioner W. E. Webb, Sr Statesville

Commissioner R. L. Shoemaker Statesville

Commissioner R. H. Kennedy Statesville


Jackson County was formed in 1851 from Haywood and Macon. Named in
honor of Andrew Jackson, who was born in Mecklenburg County (the site of his
birthplace is now in Union), won the brilliant victory over the British at New
Orleans, in 1815, and was twice elected President of the Unied States.

Population, 19,366 County Seat, Sylva

State Senators 32nd District W. H. Crawford Sylva

W. B. Hodges Hendersonville

Member House of Representatives. . Frank H. Brown, Jr Cullowhee

Clerk of Court John E. Henson Sylva

Register of Deeds Glenn Hughes Sylva

Sheriff C. G. Middleton Sylva

Treasurer Jennings A. Bryson Sylva

Tax Supervisor Jennings A. Bryson Sylva

Tax Collector Tom L. Clayton Sylva

County Accountant Tom L. Clayton Sylva

Coroner C. W. Dills Dillsboro

Surveyor Rogers Z. Coward Webster

County Health Officer Dr. Mary Michal Waynesville

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Office Officer Address

Siipt. of Schools W. V. Cope Sylva

Supt. of Public Welfare G. C. Henson Sylva

Home Demonstration Agent Mary Johnston Sylva

Farm Demonstration Agent M. L. Snipes Sylva

Chmn. Bd. Education W. R. Enloe Sylva

Chmn. Bd. Elections Oscar A. Lovedahl Cowarts

District Game & Fish Protector . . . W. B. Cope Sylva

Forest Warden Charles Evans Cullowhee

County Attorney C. C. Buchanan Sylva

County Librarian Mrs. Helen H. Kittrell Bryson City

Veterans Service Officer T. W. Ashe Sylva


Chairman Jennings A. Bryson Sylva

Commissioner Ed Fisher Sylva

Commissioner M. V. Breedlove Glenville


Johnston County was formed in 1746 from Craven. Afterwards parts of
Duplin and Orange were added. Was named in honor of Gabriel Johnston, Gov-
ernor of North Carolina from 1734 to 1752.

Population, 63,798 County Seat, Smithfield

State Senators 8th District Hardy Talton Pikeville

Adam J. Whitley, Jr Smithfield

Members House of Representatives. Ronald Hocutt Wendell

G. Troy Page Clayton

Clerk of Court H. V. Rose Smithfield

Register of Deeds W. G. Massey Smithfield

Sheriff C. L. Denning Smithfield

Treasurer J. Narvin Creech Smithfield

Auditor J. Marvin Johnson Smithfield

Tax Supervisor W. C. Stephenson Smithfield

Tax Collector Thomas L. Upchurch Smithfield

County Accountant J. Marvin Johnson Smithfield

Coroner J. D. Creech Smithfield

Surveyor C. B. Fulghum Selma

County Health Officer Dr. E. S. Grady Smithfield

Supt. of Schools H. B. Marrow Smithfield

Supt. of Public Welfare W. T. Woodard, Jr Selma

Home Demonstration Agent

White Margaret Clark Smithfield

Colored Lucy O. Toole Smithfield

Farm Demonstration Agent

White John E. Piland Smithfield

Colored L. R. Johnson Smithfield

Chmn. Bd. Education W. H. Call Selma

Chmn. Bd. Elections L. L. Levinson Benson

District Game & Fish Protector . . . W. H. Norton Smithfield

Forest Warden .Alfred Coats Four Oaks

County Attorney Hugh A. Page Clayton

County Librarian Virginia Williamson Smithfield

Veterans Service Officer W. M. Gaskin Smithfield

Recorder's Court :

Judge W. I. Godwin Selma

Solicitor P. D. Grady, Jr Kenly

County Government 535

Office Officer Address

Chairman R. P. Holding Smithfield

Commissioner J. B. Wooten Rt. 1, Princeton

Comimissioner J. Dobbin Bailey Kenly

Commissioner Jesse H. Austin Clayton

Commissioner Henry M. Johnson Four Oaks


Jones County was formed in 1778 from Craven. Was named in honor of
Willie Jones, of Halifax. He was one of the leading patriots of the Revolution,
was President of the Covmcil of Safety, and was opposed to the adoption of the
Constitution of the United Statss. It was due to his influence that the Conven-
tion of 1788 rejected it.

Population, 10,926 County Seat, Trenton

State Senators 7th District John D. Larkins, Jr Trenton

D. L. Ward New Bern

Member House of Representatives . . G. N. Noble Trenton

Clerk of Court W. Murray Whitaker Trenton

Register of Dseds George G. Noble Trenton

Sheriff J. P. Taylor Trenton

Auditor Mary E. Brock Trenton

Tax Collector Zelle Pollock Trenton

Coroner E. B. Barker Trenton

Surveyor J. R. Burt Trenton

Supt. of Schools W. B. Moore Trenton

Supt. of Public Welfare F. Joe Koon.^e Trenton

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mary Helen Tew Loftin Trenton

Colored Gladie B. Simmons Trenton

Farm Demonstration Agent

White A. V. Thomas Trenton

Colored George E. McDaniel Trenton

Chmn. Bd. Ele.-tions E. M. Philyaw Comfort

Chmn. Bd. Education T. M. Wooten Trenton

District Game & Fish Protector . . . C. R. Parker Pollocksville

Forest Warden T^lwood McDaniel Trenton

County Attorney George R. Hughes Pollocksville


Chairman G. O. Mallard Trenton

Commissioner R. O. Taylor Rt. 3, Kinston

Commissioner T. W. Creagh Pollocksville

Commissioner P. W. Westbrook Rt. 5, Kinston

Commissioner J. C. Foscue Maysville


Lee County was formed in 1907 from Chatham and Moore. Named in honor
of Robert E. Lee.

Population, 18,74.3 County Seat, Sanford

State Senators 13th District J. C. Pittman Sanford

R. N. Simms, Jr Raleigh

Member House of Representatives. .Robert W. Dalrymple Sanford

Clerk of Court E. M, Underwood Sanford

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Office Officer Address

Register of Deeds Jno. W. Mcintosh Sanford

Sheriff A. Glenn Buchanan Sanford

Auditor J. C. Muse Sanford

Tax Supervisor Flora E. Wyche Sanford

Tax Collector W. H. Campbell Sanford

County Accountant Flora E. Wyche Sanford

Coroner Dr. J. H. Byerly Sanford

Surveyor J. Chandler Eakes RFD, Sanford

County Health Officer Dr. Lynn Mclver Sanford

Supt. of Schools G. R. Wheeler Sanford

Supt. of Public Welfare J. D. Pegram Sanford

Home Demonstration Agent Julia Alexander Sanford

Farm Demonstration Agent K. S. Harmon Sanford

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. Waylon Blue Jonesboro

Chmn. Bd. Elections Conrad Donnell Sanford

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Tom Rollins Sanford

Forest Warden A. C. Ferrell RFD, Sanford

County Attorney D. B. Teague Sanford

County Librarian Mrs. James King Sanford

Veterans Service Officer W. D. Gregson Sanford

County Criminal Court:

Judge S. Ray Byerly Sanford

Solicitor J. G. Edwards Sanford


Chairman W. R. Makepeace, Jr Sanford

Commissioner C. N. Castleberry RFD, Jonesboro

Commissioner H. H. Brewer Jonesboro

Commissioner J. M. Cheshire Sanford

Commissioner John W. Garner RFD, Jonesboro


Lenoir County was formed in 1791 from Dobbs and Craven. Was named in
honor of General William Lenoir, one of the heroes of King's Mountain.

Population, 41,211 County Seat, Kinston

State Senators 7th District John D. Larkins, Jr Trenton

D. L. Ward New Bern

Member House of Representatives . . Marion A. Parrott Kinston

Clerk of Court John S. Davis Kinston

Register of Deeds Camille Aldridge Kinston

Sheriff S. R. Churchill Kinston

Aviditor Katie Cobb Kinston

Tax Supervisor M. G. Williams Kinston

Tax Collector M. G. Williams Kinston

Coroner R. T. Jarman Kinston

Surveyor Alfred Cheney, Jr Kinston

County Health Officer Dr. R. J. Jones Kinston

Supt. of Schools E. E. Sams Kinston

Supt. of Public Welfare G. B. Hanrahan Kinston

Home Demonstration Agent

White Esther Sue Brickhouse Kinston

Colored Victoria G. Black Kinston

Farm Demonstration Agent

White F. J. Koonce Kinston

Colored W. N. Payton, Jr Kinston

Chmn. Bd. Education E, §. Wooten RFD, Kinston

County Government 537

OfiBce Officer Address

Chmn. Bd. Elections E. R. Wooten Kinston

Dist. Game & Fish Protector D. B. Bell Kinston

Forest Warden I. E. Brown Kinston

County Attorney T. J. White Kinston

County Librarian Mrs. Anna M. Jenkins Kinston

Veterans Service Officer R. B. Edmundson Snow Hill

LaGrange Recorder's Court :

Judge Henry Rouse LaGrange

Municipal-County Court:

Judge Albert W. Cowper Kinston

Solicitor P. H. Crawford, Jr Kinston


Chairman W. L. Measley LaGrange

Commissioner Harry Sutton Kinston

Commissioner Mark N. Smith Deep Run

Commissioner R. R. Goodman Kinston

Commissioner B. C. Langston Kinston


Lincoln County was formed in 1779 from Tryon. Was named in honor of
General Benjamin Lincoln, a distinguished general of the Revolution, whom
Washington appointed to receive the swords of Lord Cornwallis at the surrender
of Yorktown.

Population, 24,187 County Seat, Lincolnton

State Senators 25th District C. H. Dearman Statesville

G. Andrew Warlick Newton

Member House of Representatives. . M. T. Leatherman Lincolnton

Clerk of Court Thos. E. Rhodes Lincolnton

Register of Deeds W. H. Boring Lincolnton

Sheriff George E. Rudisill Lincolnton

Auditor W. H. Boring Lincolnton

Tax Supervisor R. B. Gates Lincolnton

Tax Collector George E. Rudisill Lincolnton

County Accountant W. H. Boring Lincolnton

Coroner Frank P. Heavner Lincolnton

Surveyor Hoke S. Heavner Lincolnton

County Health Officer Dr. E. H. Ellinwood Newton

Supt. of Schools Joe R. Nixon Lincolnton

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Rose W. Grigg Lincolnton

Home Demonstration Agent Ainslee Alexander Lincolnton

Farm Demonstration Agent Graham Morrison Lincolnton

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. W. G. Bandy Lincolnton

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. Robt. McNeely Lincolnton

Dist. Game & Fish Protector .... George W. Lee Lincolnton

County Attorney S. M. Roper Lincolnton

County Librarian George Linder Newton

Veterans Service Officer Macie Duncan Lincolnton

Recorder's Court:

Judge Kemp B. Nixon Lincolnton

Solicitor Bruce F. Heafner Crouse

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Office Officer Address

Chairman Jas. A. Abernethy, Jr Lincolnton

Commissioner Sam P. Wehunt Cherryville

Commissioner P. A. Hoover Vale

Commissioner John M. Ritchie Alexis

Commissioner Blair Wilkinson Iron Station


Macon County was formed in 1828 from Haywood. Was named in honor of
Nathaniel Macon, Speaker of the National House of Representatives, United
States Senator, President of the Constitutional Convention of 1835.

Population. 15,880 County Seat, Franklin

State Senator 33rd District L. B. Nichols Andrews

Member House of Representatives . . C. S. Slagle Franklin

Clerk of Court J. Clinton Brookshire Franklin

Register of Deeds Lake V. Shope Franklin

Sheriff J. P. Bradley Franklin

Treasurer J. P. Bradley Franklin

Tax Supervisor Lake V. Shope Franklin

Tax Collector J. P. Bradley Franklin

County Accountant Lake V. Shope Franklin

Coroner O. L. Blaine Franklin

Surveyor Ray Norton Highlands

County Health Officer Dr. Mary Michal Waynesvilie

Supt. of Schools G. L. Houk Franklin

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Eloise G. Potts Highlands

Home Demonstration Agent Caroline Cory Franklin

Farm Demonstration Agent S. W. Mendenhall Franklin

Chmn. Bd. Education C. G. Moore Franklin

Chmn. Bd Elections J. J. Mann Franklin

Dist. Game & Fish Protector Perry Tipton Hayesville

Forest Warden T. Fred Bryson Franklin

County Attorney R. S. Jones Franklin

County Librarian Mrs. Helen H. Kittrell Bryson City

Veterans Service Officer Mrs. Billy Bryson Franklin


Chairman W. E. Baldwin Franklin

Commissioner John W. Roane Franklin

Commissioner W. W. Edwards Highlands


Madison County was formed in 1851 from Buncombe and Yancey. Was named
in honor of James Madison, fourth President of the United States.

Population, 22,522 County Seat, Marshall

State Senator 30th District Dr. C. A. Peterson Spruce Pine

Member House of Representatives. .Clyde M. Roberts Marshall

Clerk of Court Fred English Marshall

Register of Deeds A. W. Coates Marshal!

Sheriff Hubert Davis Marshal!

Treasurer Citizens Bk. & Bk. of French Broad. Marshal!

Auditor Miriam Eller Marshall

County Government 539

Office Officer Address

Tax Collector R- W. Ponder Marshall

County Accountant Miriam Eller Marshall

Surveyor Birchard Shelton Rt. 3, Marshall

County Health Officer Dr. W. A. Sams Marshall

Supt. of Schools Mrs. Edna G. Rhodes Marshall

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Frances G. Ramsey Marshall

Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. Margaret D. Smith Marshall

Farm Demonstration Agent V. L. Holloway Marshall

Chmn. Bd. Education J. Clyde Brown Waverly

Chmn. Bd Elections Glenn Reems Rt. 1, Marshall

Dist. Game & Fish Protector .... Raymond Ramsey Mars Hill

Forest Warden J. Moody Chandler Rt. .3, Marshall

County Attorney Chas. E. Mashburn Marshall


Chairman Roy Roberts Barnard

Commissioner Claude J. Wild Rt. 3, Marshall

Commissioner R. W. Rice RFD, Mars Hill


Martin County was formed in 1774 from Halifax and Tyrrell. Was named
in honor of Josiah Martin, the last royal governor of North Carolina. It is
probable that this name would have been changed like those of Dobbs and
Tryon, but for the popularity of Alexander Martin, who was Governor in 1782
and again in 17!)0.

Population, 26,111 County Seat, Williamston

State Senators 2nd District Sam M. Campen Alliance

John C. Rodman Washington

Member House of Representatives . A. Corey Jamesville

Clerk of Court L. Bruce Wynne Williamston

Register of Deeds J- Sam Getsinger Williamston

Sheriff C. B. Roebuck Williamston

Treasurer R- H. Smith Williamston

Auditor J- Sam Getsinger Williamston

Tax Supervisor M. L. Peel Williamston

Tax Collector M. L. Peel Williamston

County Accountant J. Sam Getsinger Williamston

Coroner S. R. Biggs Williamston

County Health Officer Dr. John W. Williams Williamston

Supt. of Schools J. C. Manning Williamston

Supt. of Public Welfare Mary W. Taylor Williamston

Home Demonstration Agent

White Elizabeth Parker Williamston

Colored Mrs. Cleo Tyner Williamston

Farm Demonstration Agent

White T. B. Brandon Williamston

Colored Richard Edwards Williamston

Chmn. Bd. Education J. D. Woolard Williamston

Chmn. Bd. Elections Sylvester Peel Williamston

Dist. Game & Fish Protector Ben H. James Rt. 3, Williamston

Forest Warden Marvin H. Leggett Jamesville

County Attorney E. S. Peel Williamston

County Librarian Mrs. Ford S. Worthy Washington

Veterans Service Officer Mrs. Joanna Martin Williamston

Recorder's Court :

Judge Chas. H. Manning Williamston

Solicitor Paul D. Roberson Robersonville

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Office Officer Address

Chairman J. H. Edwards Williamston

Commissioner C. C. Martin Jamesville

Commissioner W. M. Harrison Rt. 2, Williamston

Commissioner C. Abram Roberson Robersonville

Commissioner H. S. Johnson Hamilton


McDowell County was formed in 1842 from Rutherford and Burke. Was
named in honor of Colonel Joseph McDowell, an active officer of the Revolution.
McDowell voted with Rutherford and Burke until 1854.

Population, 22,996 County Seat, Marion

State Senators 27th District .... Chas. C. Dalton Spindale

Lee B. Weathers Shelby

Member House of Representatives. .Roy W. Davis Marion

Clerk of Court S. D. Martin Marion

Register of Deeds Ruth I. Lackey Marion

Sheriff CM. Pool Marion

Treasurer Ruth I. Lackey Marion

Tax Supervisor Mary G. Burgin Marion

Tax Collector C. M. Pool Marion

County Accountant Mary G. Burgin Marion

Coroner S. J. Westmoreland Marion

Surveyor M. V. Snypes Nebo

County Health Officer Dr. J. F. Miller Marion

Supt. of Schools N. F. Steppe Marion

Supt. of Public Welfare Nelle G Lonon Marion

Home Demonstration Agent .Jean Steele Marion

Farm Demonstration Agent S. L. Homewood Marion

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. J. B. Johnson Old Fort

Chmn. Bd. Elections T. W. Gowan Marion

Dist. Game & Fish Protector . . . . T. W. Gowan Marion

Forest Warden Monroe LT. Marlow Nealsville

County Attorney R. W. Proctor Marion

County Librarian Alice Bryan Marion

Veterans Service Officer Barron P. Caldwell Marion

County Criminal Court :

Judge Paul J. Story Marion

Solicitor W. D. Lonon Marion


Chairman C. A. Workman Marion

Commissioner G. Watson Wilson Marion

Commissioner R. L. James Old Fort


Mecklenburg County was formed in 1762 from Anson. Was named in honor
of Princess Charlotte, of Mecklenburg, Queen of George HL King of England.
The county seat. Charlotte, one of the prettiest cities in the State, was also
named in her honor. Mecklenburg County was the scene of some of the most
stirring events in the Revolution.

Population, 151,826 County Seat, Charlotte

State Senator 20th District F. J. Blythe Charlotte

Members House of Representatives. Mrs. Walter G. Craven Charlotte

Mrs. Joe Erwin Charlotte

Robert Lassiter, Jr Charlotte

Harvey Morris Charlotte

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Office OflScer Address

Clerk of Court J. Lester Wolfe Charlotte

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