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Register of Deeds John R. Renfrew Charlotte

Sheriff J. Clyde Hunter Charlotte

Treasurer Mrs. Jessie C. Smith Charlotte

Auditor G. D. Bradshaw Charlotte

Tax Supervisor Rufus A. Grier Charlotte

Tax Collector P. W. Davenport Charlotte

County Accountant G. D. Bradshaw Charlotte

Coroner W. M. Summerville Charlotte

Surveyor J. W. Spratt Charlotte

County Health Officer Dr. E. H. Hand Charlotte

Supt. of Schools J. W. Wilson Charlotte

Supt, of Public Welfare Wallace H. Kuralt Charlotte

Home Demonstration Agent

White Helen John Wright Charlotte

Colored Minnie T. Miller Charlotte

Farm Demonstration Agent

White Geo. B. Hobson Charlotte

Colored W. B. Harrison Charlotte

Chmn Bd. Education W. B. McClintock Charlotte

Chmn. Bd. of Elections Chase Brenizer Charlotte

Dist. Game & Fish Prc'ector .... Joe Withers Charlotte

Forest Warden Joe Withers Charlotte

County Attorney Taliaferro & Clarkson Charlotte

County Librarian Hoyt R. Galvin Charlotte

County Recorder's Court :

Judge J. Edward Stukes Charlotte

Solicitor Ray Rankin Charlotte

City Recorder's Court:

Judge E. McA. Currie Charlotte

Solicitor John A. McRae, Jr Charlotte

Domestic Relations Court :

Judge F. Marion Redd Charlotte


Chairman Sid Y. McAden Charlotte

Commissioner Arnie D. Cashion Davidson

Commissioner J. Caldwell McDonald Charlotte

Commissioner Carl J. McEwen Rt. 3, Matthews

Commissioner Sandy G. Porter Rt. 3, Charlotte


Mitchell County was formed in 1861 from Yancey, Watauga, Caldwell, Burke
and McDowell. Was named in honor of Dr. Elisha Mitchell, a professor in the
University of North Carolina. While on an exploring expedition on Mt. Mitchell,
the highest peak east of the Rocky Mountains, Dr. Mitchell fell from a high
peak and was killed. His body is buried on top of this loftly mountain. Mitchell
County voted with Yancey County until 1868.

Population, 15,980 County Seat, Bakersville

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

Member House of Representaives .. Warren H. Pritjhard Spruce Pine

Clerk of Court J. H. McKinney Bakersville

Register of Deeds Brack Buchanan Bakersville

Sheriff Sam C. Gouge Bakersville

Treasurer Ike Byrd Bakersville

Auditor , J. Dont Street Bakersville

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Office Officer Address

Tax Collector Ike Byrd Bakersville

County Accountant J. Dont Street Bakersville

Coroner Hughes Burleson Spruce Pine

County Health Officer Dr. C. F. McRae Burnsville

Supt. of Schools J. B. Deyton Bakersville

Supt. of Publi? Welfare Rayburn Yelton Bakersville

Home Demonstration Agent Izola Williams Bakersville

Farm Demonstration Agent George Conrad Bakersville

Chmn. Pd. Education Harper Wilson Bakersville

Chmn. Bd. Elections W. H. Young Clarrissa

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Wallace Ellis Rt. 1, Toecane

Forest Warden .'. Frank H. Bryant Ev^'art

County Attorney W. C. Berry Bakersville

County Librarian Mrs. R. B. Hughes Bakersville

Commissioners ''

Chairman T. W. Dale Spruce Pine

Commissioner Howard Harrell Relief

Commissioner J. H. DeGroat Hawk


Montgomery County was formed in 177S from Anson. Was named in honor
of the brave General Richard Montgomery, who lost his life at the battle of
Quebec in 1775 while trying to conquer Canada.

Population, 16,280 County Seat, Troy

State Senators 18th District Edwin Pate Laurinburg

Wade H. Phillips Lexington

Member House of Representatives. . J. P. Wallace Troy

Clerk of Court Charles H. Dorsett Troy

Register of Deeds A. A. Maness Troy

Sheriff Earl D. Bruton Troy

Auditor Harry P. Northrop Troy

Tax Supervisor W. L. Wright Troy

Tax Collector J. C. Peckwith Troy

County Accountant J. S. Smitherman Troy

Coroner -. C. N. Eckerson Troy

Surveyor .Jake M. Furr, Jr Troy

County Health Officer Dr. Warren D. Carter (Acting) ... Wadesboro

Supt. of Schools J. C. Edwards Troy

Supt. of Public Welfare Frank M. Ledbetter Troy

Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. David H. Harris Troy

Farm Demonstration Agent A. M. Garriss Troy

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. D. G. Ridenhour Mount Gilead

Chmn. Bd. Elections E. E. Crutchfield Troy

District Game & Fish Protector . . . C. M. Capel Mount Gilead

Forest Warden Guy A^Iexander Mount Gilead

County Attorney Currie and Garriss Troy

Veterans Service Offi.'er E. A. Pipkin Troy

Recorder's Court :

Judge David H. Harris .' . Troy

Solicitor Bob V. Howell Troy


Chaii-man W. E. Watkins Troy

Commissioner W. J. McLeod Biscoe

Commissioner R. B. Jordan, Jr Mount Gilead

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Moore County was formed in 1784 from Cumberland. Was named in honor
of Captain Alfred Moore, of Brunswick, a soldier of the Revolution and after-
wards a Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States.

Population, .30,969 County Seat, Carthage

OflSce Officer Address

State Senators 12th District J. Benton Thomas Raeford

Hal Hammer Walker Asheboro

Member House of Representatives. . H. Clifton Blue Aberdeen

Clerk of Court John Willcox Carthage

Register of Deeds Bessie McCaskill Carthage

Sheriff C. J. McDonald Carthage

Auditor Maida Jenkins Carthage

Tax Supervisor Maida Jenkins Carthage

Tax Collector W. T. Huntley Carthage

County Accountant Maida Jenkins Carthage

Coroner Hugh P. Kelly Carthage

Surveyor W. N. McLauchlin Carthage

County Health Officer Dr. J. W. Willcox Southern Pines

Supt. of Schools H. Lee Thomas Carthage

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. W. B. Cole Carthage

Home Demonstration Agent Flora McDonald Carthage

Farm Demonstration Agent E. H. Garrison, Jr Carthage

Chmn. Bd. Education F. D. Farrell Aberdeen

Chmn. Bd. Elections S. C. Riddle Carthage

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Ale.x Fields Southern Pines

Forest Warden Vernon Davis Southern Pines

County Attorney M. G. Boyette Carthage

County Librarian Mrs. Dorothy H. Avery Southern Pines

Veterans Service Officer Mrs. Louise W. Clarke Southern Pines

Recorder's Court :

Judge J. Vance Rowe Aberdeen

Solicitor W. A. Leland McKeithen Pinehurst


Chairman Gordon M. Cameron Pinehurst

Commissioner John M. Currie Carthage

Commissioner T. L. Blue Rt. -3, Carthage

Commissioner L. R. Reynolds Robbins

Commissioner W. H. Jackson Robbins


Nash County was formed in 1777 from Edgecombe. Was named in honor of
General Francis Nash, a soldier of the Revolution, who was mortally wounded
while fighting under Washington at Germantown. The United States has erected
a monument in his honor at the Guilford Battleground near Greensboro.

Population, 55,608 County Seat, Nashville

State Senators 6th District J. C. Eagles, Jr Wilson

O. B. Moss Spring Hope

Member House of Representatives. . C. Settle Bunn Spring Hope

Clerk of Court J- N. Sills Nashville

Register of Deeds William S. Bunn Nashville

Sheriff C. V. Faulkner Nashville

Auditor J- C. Ellis Nashville

Coroner M. C. Gulley Nashville

County Health Officer Dr. J. S. Chamblee Nashville

Supt. of Schools L. S. Inscoe Nashville


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Supt. of Public Welfare James A. Glover

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mrs. Effie Vines Gordan Rocky Mount

Colored Mrs. Jimmie Edwards Rocky Mount

Farm Demonstration Agent M. E. Hollowell Nashville

Chmn. Bd. Education John R. Roberson Rt. 1, Spring Hope

Chmn. Bd. Elections William. G. Collins Nashville

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Henry Braswell Sharksburg

Forest Warden Alvin Jones Nashville

County Attorney I. T. Valentine Nashville

County Librarian Mrs. Ruth Jeffreys Rocky Mount

Veterans Service Officer Hobart Brantley Spring Hope

Recorder's Court :

Judge J. W. Grissom Rocky Mount

Solicitor John M. King Rocky Mount


Chairman J. Henry Vaughan RFD, Elm City

Commissioner Dal Alford Rocky Mount

Commissioner J. W. B. Overton Rocky Mount

Commissioner J. Madison Skinner Rt. 2, Whitakers

Commissioner M. H. Griffin Bailey


New Hanover County was formed in 1729 from Bath. Was named after
Hanover, a country in Europe whose ruler became King of England with the
title of George I.

Population, 47,935

County Seat, Wilmington

State Senators 9th District Roy Rowe

Henry Vann

Member House of Representatives. . Thomas E. Cooper

Clerk of Court A. L. Meyland

Register of Deeds A. B. Rhodes

Sheriff F. Porter Davis

Auditor Charles F. Smith

Tax Supervisor Addison Hewlett

Tax Collector C. R. Morse

County Accountant Charles F. Smith

Coroner W. Gordon Doran

County Health Officer Di-. A. H. Elliott

Supt. of Schools H M. Roland

Supt. of Public Welfare J. R. Hollis

Home Demonstration Agent

White Ann Mason

Colored Rebecca Lawrence

Farm Demonstration Agent R. W. Galphin

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. John T. Hoggard

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. D. Carr

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Tommy Hines

County Attorney Marsden Bellamy

County Librarian Mrs. Emma Woodward MacMillan









Recorder's Court :

Judge H. Winfield Smith Wilmington

Solicitor C. P. Yow Wilmington

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Office Officer Address

Chairman Addison Hewlett Wilmington

Commissioner J. M. Hall Wilmington

Commissioner H. R. Gardner Wilmington

Commissioner G. W. Trask Wilmington

Commissioner Claud O'Shields Wilmington


Northampton County was formed in 1741 from Bertie. Was named in honor
of George, Earl of Northampton, an English nobleman. His son, Spencer Comp-
ton. Earl of Wilmington, was high in office when Gabriel Johnston was Governor
of North Carolina, who had the town of Wilmington named in his honor.

Population, 28,299 County Seat. Jackson

State Senator 3rd District Frank H. Gibbs Warrenton

Member House of Representatives. . J. Raynor Woodard Conway

Clerk of Court Geo. P. Burgwyn Jackson

Register of Deeds A. H. Martin Jackson

Sheriff J. C. Stephenson Jackson

Treasurer The Farmers Bank Woodland

Tax Supervisor H. D. Hart Jackson

County Accountant H. D. Hart Jackson

Coroner James T. Buffaloe Jackson

County Health Officer Dr. W. R. Parker Jackson

Supt. of Schools N. L. Turner Jackson

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Janet Brown Jackson

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mrs. John Price Jackson

Colored Annie Mae Rich Rich Square

Farm Demonstration Agent

White P. H. Jameson Jackson

Colored Ernest W. Goodrum Rich Square

Chmn. Bd. Education Dr. J. Wesley Parker Seaboard

Chmn. Bd. Elections W. H. S. Burgwyn, Jr Woodland

District Game & Fish Protector . . . N. B. Hughes Jackson

Forest Warden Henry Bottoms Margarettsville

County Attorney J. Buxton Midyete Jackson

County Librarian Mrs. L. A. Froelich Jackson

Veterans Service Officer B. F. Ricks Jackson

Recorder's Court:

Judge Fric Norfleet Jackson

Solicitor Rallard S. Gay Jackson


Chairman R. W. Thompson Garysburg

Commissioner John E. Boone Jackson

Commissioner S. G. Baugham Rich Square

Commissioner P. A. Bullock Seaboard

Commissioner J. Grady Davis Conway


Onslow County was formed in 1734 from Bath. Was named in honor of
Arthur Onslow, for more than thirty years Speaker of the House of Commons
in the British Parliament.

Population, 17,939 County Seat, Jacksonville

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Office Officer Address

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

D. L. Ward New Bern

Member House of Representatives. . Carl V. Venters Jacksonville

Clerk of Court J. R. Gurganus Jacksonville

Register of Deeds Mildred Morton Jacksonville

Sheriff I. Dan Sanders Jacksonville

Treasurer First Citizens Bank & Trust Co. . . Jacksonville

Tax Supervisor J. J. Cole Jacksonville

Ta.x Collector T. J. Marshall Jacksonville

County Accountant J. J. Cole Jacksonville

Coroner Talbert Jones Jacksonville

Surveyor R. E. Koonce Jacksonville

County Health Officer Dr. Eleanor Williams Jacksonville

Supt. of Schools B. B. C. Kesler Jacksonville

Supt. of Public Welfare Laura M. Starling Jacksonville

Home Demonstration Agent Edith Harriss Jacksonville

Farm Demonstration Agent Charlie C. Clark Jacksonville

Chmn. Bd. Education R. L. Williams Jacksonville

Chmn. Bd. Elections Guy Lockamy Jacksonville

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Lonnie Koonce Richlands

Forest Warden Robt. Mellville Jacksonville

County Attorney John D. Warlick Jacksonville

County Librarian Dorothy Wightman Kenansville

Veterans Service Officer W. E. Baggs Swansboro

County Criminal Court:

Judge Harvey Boney Jacksonville

Solicitor A. Turner Shaw Jacksonville


Chairman H. M. Ennett Sneads Ferry

Commissioner Jim K. Sabiston Jacksonville

Commissioner W. Victor Venters Richlands

Commissioner H. B. Moore Swansboro

Commissioner M. M. Gray Rt. 1, Maysville


Orange County was formed in 1753 from Granville, Johnston, and Bladen.
Was named in honor of William of Orange, who became King William III of
England. He was one of the greatest kings of England and saved the English
people from the tyranny of James II. His name is held in honor wherever
English liberty is enjoyed.

Population, 23,072 County Seat, Hillsboro

State Senator 16th District James Webb Hillsboro

Member House of Representatives. .J. W. Umstead, Jr Chapel Hill

Clerk of Court E. M. Lynch Hillsboro

Register of Deeds J. E. Law Hillsboro

SheriiT S. T. Latta Hillsboro

Auditor Ira W. Ward Hillsboro

Tax Supervisor Ira W. Ward Hillsboro

Tax Collector Carl C. Davis Hillsboro

County Accountant Ira W. Ward Hillsboro

Coroner H. J. Walker Hillsboro

County Health Officer Dr. O. David Garvin Chapel Hill

Supt. of Schools G. T. Proffit Hillsboro

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Jean Herr Hillsboro

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mrs. Kathryn Hamrick Chapel Hill

Colored Sarah L. Lawson Hillsboro

County Government 547

Office Officer Address

Farm Demonstration Agent

WTiite Don S. Matheson Hillsboro

Colored M. C. Burt Hillsboro

Chmn. Bd. Education J. S. Compton Cedar Grove

Chmn. Bd. Elections R. J. Smith Hillsboro

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Robert F. Logan Chapel Hill

Forest Warden Wordie R. Fitzgerald Hillsboro

County Attorneys Graham & Eskridge Hillsboro

County Librarian Mrs. Douglas Davis Roxboro

Veterans Sei-vice Officer Walter G. Wren Hillsboro

Recorder's Court :

Judge L. J. Phipps Chapel Hill

Solicitor Jerry B. Stone Hillsboro

Chapel Hill Recorder's Court :

Judge Henry A. Whitfield Chapel Hill

Solicitor C. P. Hinshaw Chapel Hill


Chairman Collier Cobb, Jr Chapel Hill

Commissioner H. G. Laws Hillsboro

Commissioner Ben F. Wilson Efland


Pamlico County was formed in 1872 from Craven and Beaufort. Was named
after the sound of the same name, which was the name of a tribe of Indians
in eastern North Carolina. There was a Pamlico Precinct in North Crolina as
early as 1705. Pamlico Ccunty voted with Beaufort up to 1883.

Population, 9,706 County Seat, Bayboro

State Senators 2nd District Sam M. Campen Alliance

John C. Rodman Washington

Member House of Representatives. . T. J. Collier Arapahoe

Clerk of Court Hallett W. Mayo Bayboro

Register of Deeds T. Z. Spencer Bayboro

Sheriff R. A. Whorton Bayboro

Treasurer Bank of Aurora Bayboro

Auditor T. Z. Spencer Bayboro

Tax Supervisor T. Z. Spencer Bayboro

Tax Collector R. A. Whorton Bayboro

County Accountant T. Z. Spencer Bayboro

Coroner G. F. ( Jack I Harris Bayboro

Surveyor R. C. Holton Rt. 1, New Bern

County Health Officer Sina Campen Bayboro

Supt. of Schools A. H. Hatsell Stonewall

Supt. of Public Welfare Marion S. Tingle Bayboro

Home Demonstration Agent Julia Dail Oriental

Farm Demonstration Agent J. P. Stoval Stonewall

Chmn. Bd. Education Ben W. Lupton Stonewall

Chmn. Bd. Elections Hubert Smith Oriental

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Herman K. Spain Stonewall

Forest Warden J. T. Whorton Merritt

County Attorney Z. V. Rawls Bayboro

County Librarian Mary Scott Gurley New Bern

Recorder's Court :

Judge T. B. Woodard Bayboro

Solicitor Z. V. Rawls Bayboro

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Office Officer Address

Chairman C. D. Fentress Maribel

Commissioner T. G. Potter Lowland

Commissioner M. D. Brinson Grantsboro

Commissioner E. R. Goodwin Oriental

Commissioner M. D. Powers Meritt


Pasquotank County was formed in 1672 from Albemarle. Was named for a
tribe of Indians in eastern North Carolina.

Population, 20,568 County Seat, Elizabeth City

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

J. Emmett Winslow Hertford

Member House of Representatives. . Noah Burfoot Elizabeth City

Clerk of Court Miles W. Ferebee Elizabeth City

Register of Deeds J. C. Spence Elizabeth City

Sheriff W. L. Thompson Elizabeth City

Treasurer First & Citizens Nafl Bank . . . Elizabeth City

Auditor J. F. Ferrell Elizabeth City

Tax Supervisor J. I. Saunders Elizabeth City

Tax Collector W. L. Thompson Elizabeth City

County Accountant J. F. Ferrell Elizabeth City

Coroner Dr. W. H. C. White Elizabeth City

County Health Officer Dr. John H. Bonner Elizabeth City

Supt. of Schools J. H. Moore Elizabeth City

Supt. of Public Welfare A. H. Outlaw Elizabeth City

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mrs. Virginia B. Harris Elizabeth City

Colored Mrs. Eliza J. Tolbert Elizabeth City

Farm Demonstration Agent

White S. L. Lowery Elizabeth City

Colored E. A. McCoy Elizabeth City

Chmn. Bd. Education D. S. Morgan Elizabeth City

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. K. Wilson, Jr Elizabeth City

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Lester A. Pierce Elizabeth City

Forest Warden Graham C. Harris Rt. 2. Elizabeth City

County Attorney McMullan & Aydlett Elizabeth City

County Librarian Mrs. Ethel P. Alexander Elizabeth City

Veterans Service Officer R. L. Garrett Elizabeth City

Recorder's Court :

Judge F. T. Horner Elizabeth City

Solicitor P. G. Sawyer, Sr Elizabeth City


Chairman G. E. Halstead Weeksville

Commissioner S. G. Etheridge Elizabeth City

Commissioner Cecil J. Reel Elizabeth City

Commissioner M. J. Reid Rt. 1, Elizabeth City

Commissioner P. A. Pritchard Rt. 2, Elizabeth City

Commissioner W. O. Etheridge Rt. 3, Elizabeth City

Commissioner T. C. Whitehurst Rt. 3, Elizabeth City


Pender County was formed in 1875 from New Hanover. Was named in honor
of General William D. Pender, of Edgecombe County, a brave Confederate sol-
dier who was killed at the battle of Gettysburg. The last order ever given by

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the famous "Stonewall" Jackson on the battle field was to General Pender: "You
must hold your ground, General Pender, you must hold your ground," he cried
as he was carried off the field to die. General Pender held his ground.

Population, 17,710 County Seat, Burgaw

OflSce Officer Address

State Senators 9th District Roy Rowe Burgaw

Henry Vann Clinton

Member House of Representatives. . J. V. Whitfield Burgaw

Clerk of Court C. D. Murphy Burgaw

Register of Deeds H. C. Walker Burgaw

Sheriff J. T. Brown Burgaw

Treasurer Mrs. V. C. Bordeaux Burgaw

Auditor George F. Lucas Burgaw

Tax Collector L- R. Bradshaw Burgaw

Coroner Harvey L. Blake Burgaw

Surveyor J- T. Wells Burgaw

County Health Officer Dr. Eleanor H. Williams Jacksonville

Supt. of Schools T. T. Murphy Burgaw

Supt. of Public Welfare H. B. Thomas Burgaw

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mrs. John Register Burgaw

Colored Mrs. Arvista Wiley Burgaw

Farm Demonstration Agent

White R. R. Rijh Burgaw

Colored Chester Wiggins Burgaw

Chmn. Bd. Education D. J. Farrier Burgaw

Chmn. Bd. Elections Arthur Anderson Watha

District Game & Fish Protector . . . W. L. Rivenbark Burgaw

Forest Warden Joe F. Johnson Burgaw

County Attorney Leon H. Corbett Burgaw

County Librarian Mrs. Jeptha Casey Burgaw

Veterans Service Officer T. J. Betts Burgaw

Recorder's Court:

Judge C. E. McCullen, Jr Burgaw

Solicitor Leon H. Corbett Burgaw


Chairman J. F. Bradshaw Burgaw

Commissioner K. D. Pigford Willard

Commissioner A. H. Page Burgaw

Commissioner E. L. Langston Rocky Point

Commissioner S. L. Lanier Maple Hill

Perquimans was formed in 1672 from Albemarle. Was named after a tribe
of Indians.

Population, 9,77.3 County Seat, Hertford

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

J. Emmett Winslow Hertford

Member House of Representatives. .E. Leigh Winslow Hertford

Clerk of Court W. H. Pitt Hertford

Register of Deeds J. W. Ward Hertford

Sheriff M. G. Owens Hertford

Treasurer Max R. Campbell Hertford

Auditor W. F. C. Edwards Hertford

Tax Supervisor J. W. Ward Hertford

Tax Collector M. G. Owens Hertford

County Accountant W .F. C. Edwards Hertford

Coroner Dr. C. A. Davenport Hertford

County Health Officer Dr. T. P. Brinn Hertford

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Office :' Officer Address

Supt. of Schools . . . . J. T. Biggers Hertford

Supt. of Public Welfare C. Edgar White Hertford

Home Demonstration Agent

White Nina Braswell Hertford

Colored Mrs. Wilma B. Alston Hertford

Farm Demonstration Agent

White I. C. Yagel Hertford

Colored W. C. Stroud Hertford

Chmn. Bd. Education W. E. Dail Durants Neck

Chmn. Bd. Elections A. W. Hefren Hertford

District Game & Fish Protector . . . G. E. Winslow Hertford

Forest Warden J. W. Noweil Winfall

County Attorney Chas. E. Johnson Hertford

County Librarian Mrs. Silas Whedbee Hertford

Recorder's Court :

Judge Chas. E. Johnson Hertford

Solicitor J. S. McNider Hertford


Chairman E. M. Perry Hertford

Commissioner R. T. Brinn Hertford

Commissioner Geo. W. Jackson Hertford

Commissioner Roy S. Chappell Rt. 1, Hertford

Commissioner T. M. Twine Belvidere


Person County was formed in 1791 from Caswell. Was named in honor of
General Thomas Person, Revolutionary patriot, member of the Council of Safety,
and trustee of the University. He gave a large sum of money to the University,
and a building was erected in his honor called Person Hall.

Population, 25,029 County Seat, Roxboro

State Senators 14th District Claude Currie Durham

F. D. Long Roxboro

Member House of Representatives . . R. L. Harris Roxboro

Clerk of Court J. Alex Bass Roxboro

Register of Deeds W. T. Kirby Roxboro

Sheriff C. C. Holeman Roxboro

Treasurer J. B. Rigsbee Roxboro

Auditor T. C. Brooks Roxboro

Tax Supervisor T. C. Brooks Roxboro

Tax Collector C. C. Holeman Roxboro

County Accountant T. C. Brooks Roxboro

Coroner Dr. A. F. Nichols Roxboro

Surveyor T. C. Brooks Roxboro

County Health Officer Dr. O. David Garvin Chapel Hill

Supt. of Schools R. B. Griffin Roxboro

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. T. C. Wagstaff Roxboro

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mary Ruth Church Roxboro

Colored Ethel Tuck Roxboro

Farm Demonstration Agent

White H. K. Sanders Roxboro

Colored C. J. Ford Roxboro

Chmn. Bd. Education E. E. Bradsher Roxboro

Chmn. Bd. Elections D. D. Long Roxboro

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Jack Daniel Roxboro

County Attorney R. p. Burns Roxboro

County Librarian Mrs. Ruth Davis Roxboro

Veterans Service Officer Mrs. Nancy B. Crumpton Roxboro

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Office Officer Address

Recorder's Court :

Judge F. O. Carver Roxboro

Solicitor T. F. Davis Roxboro


Chairman W. R. Cates Roxboro

Commissioner John Jones Rt. 3, Roxboro

Commissioner John H. Merritt Woodsdale


Pitt County was formed in 1760 from Beaufort. Was named in honor of
William Pitt. (See Chatham County.)

Population, 61,244 County Seat, Greenville

State Senator 5th District Dr. Paul E. Jones Farmville

Members House of Representatives. Frank M. Kilpatrick Ayden

S. O. Worthington Greenville

Clerk of Court David T. House, Jr Greenville

Register of Deeds Charles P. Gaskins Greenville

Sheriff Ruel W. Tyson Greenville

Auditor Rosa Exum Greenville

Tax Supervisor J. D. Joyner Greenville

Tax Collector J. D. Joyner Greenville

County Accountant Rosa Exum Greenville

Coroner G. H. Rouse Rt. .3, Greenville

Surveyor F. McCoy Tripp Winterville

County Health Officer Dr. J. M. Barrett ( Acting) Greenville

Supt. of Schools D. H. Conley Greenville

Supt. of Public Welfare K. T. Futrell Greenville

Home Demonstration Agent

White Verona Lee J. Langford Greenville

Colored Amelia Capehart Greenville

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