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Farm Demonstration Agent

White S. C. Winchester Greenville

Colored Dennis Dupree Greenville

Chmn. Bd. Education W. H. Woolard Greenville

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. H. Harrell Greenville

District Game & Fish Protector ... J. O. Teel Greenville

Forest Warden N. S. Tyson Greenville

County Attorney S. B. Underwood Greenville

Veterans Service Officer Arthur B. Corey Greenville

County Recorder's Court :

Judge Dink James Greenville

Solicitor Charles Whedbee Greenville

Ayden Municipal Court:

Judge C. V. Cannon Ayden

Solicitor F. M. Wooten, Jr Ayden

Greenville Municipal Court:

Judge J. W. H. Roberts Greenville

Solicitor Eli Bloom Greenville


Chairman M. B. Hodges Griffon

Commissioner G. H. Pittman Falkland

Commissioner J. Vance Perkins Greenville

Commissioner M. W. Smith Rt. 3, Greenville

Commissioner J. T. Dupree Rt. 4, Greenville

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Polk County was formed in 1855 from Rutherford and Henderson. Was
named in honor of Colonel William Polk, "who rendered distinguished services
in the battles of Germantown, Brandywine, and Eutaw, in all of which he was
wounded." Polk County voted with Rutherford until 1868.

Population. 11,874 County Seat, Columbus

Office Officer Address

State Senators 32nd District W. H. Crawford Sylva

W. B. Hodges Hendersonville

Member House of Representatives . . F. P. Bacon Tryon

Clerk of Court Robert S. McFarland Columbus

Register of Deeds C. W. Ballenger Columbus

Sheriff W. D. Hines Columbus

Treasurer Max H. Feagan Columbus

Tax Supervisor J. L. Rhodes Columbus

Tax Collector Max H. Feagan Columbus

County Accountant J. L. Rhodes Columbus

Coroner James E. Johnson Tryon

Surveyor G. W. Pearson Saluda

County Health Officer Dr. J. T. Ramsaur Rutherfordton

Supt. of Schools N. A. Melton Columbus

Supt. of Publij Welfare Jeanette MacGregor Columbus

Home Demonstration Agent Margaret C. Arledge Tryon

Farm Demonstration Agent Paul T. Culbertson Tryon

Chmn. Bd. Education S. L. Fagan Rt. 1, Landrum. S. C.

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. L. Rhodes Tryon

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Arthur Pack Tryon

Forest Warden O. C. Feagan Columbus

County Attorney I. T. Arledge Tryon

Veterans Service Officer Woodrow Wilkins Columbus


Chairman R. E. Brantley Tryon

Commissioner C. O. Story Lynn

Commissioner E. A. Westbrook Tryon


Randolph County was formed in 1779 from Guilford. Was named in honor
of Peyton Randolph, of Virginia, the President of the first Continental Congress.

Population, 44,554 County Seat, Asheboro

State Senators 12th District J. Penton Thomas Raeford

Hal Hammer Walker Asheboro

Member House of Representatives. . Robert Smith Hayes Randleman

Clerk of Covirt Tom Presnell Asheboro

Register of Deeds Mrs. Alese M. Ward Asheboro

Sheriff B. F. Morgan Asheboro

Auditor A. T. Allen & Co Asheboro

Tax Supervisor Mrs. O. L. Priest Asheboro

Coroner T. R. Farlow Asheboro

Surveyor M. W. Gardner Asheboro

County Health Officer Dr. G. H. Sumner Asheboro

Supt. of Schools T. F. Bulla Asheboro

Supt. of Publij Welfare James F. Burgess Asheboro

Home Demonstration Agent Maxine Templeton Asheboro

Farm Demonstration Agent E. S. Millsaps Asheboro

Chmn. Bd. Education Guy B. Lane Ramseur

Chmn. Pd. Elections R. A. Gadd's Asheboro

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Lawrence Davis Asheboro

Forest Warden Bill U. Davis Asheboro

County Attorney John G. Prevette Asheboro

bounty Librarian Charlesanna Fox Asheboro

County Government 553

OflSce Officer Address

Recorder's Court :

Judge A. I. Ferree Asheboro

Solicitor J. V. Wilson Asheboro


Chairman S. G. Richardson Seagrove

Commissioner T. W. Bingham Farmer

Commissioner Branson E. Davis Sophia

Commissioner C. A. Fagg Central Falls

Commissioner Dr. J. L. Fritz Asheboro


Richmond County was formed in 1779 from Anson. Was named in honor of
Charles Lennox, Duke of Richmond, principal Secretary of State in William
Pitt's second administration. He was a strong friend of the American colonies
and made the motion in the House of Lords that they be granted their in-

Population, 36,810 County Seat, Rockingham

State Senators 18th District Edwin Pate Laurinburg

Wade H. Phillips Lexington

Member House of Representatives. .H. T. Baldwin, Jr Rockingham

Clerk of Court Thomas L. Covington Rockingham

Register of Deeds Mrs. Agnes C. Flake Rockingham

Sheriff Carl H. Holland Rockingham

Treasurer Farmers Bank & Trust Co Rockingham

Auditor Mary T. Covington Rockingham

Tax Supervisor Mary T. Covington Rockingham

Tax Collector Carl H. Holland Rockingham

County Accountant Mary T. Covington Rockingham

Coroner W. W. King Rockingham

Surveyor John S. McNeill Rockingham

County Health Officer Dr. G. F. Reaves Rockingham

Supt. of Schools Frank D. McLeod Rockingham

Supt. of Public Welfare O. G. Reynolds Rockingham

Home Demonstration Agent Mrs. Jane Pittman Rockingham

Farm Demonstration Agent

White N. L. Hendrix Rockingham

Colored Frank Wright Rockingham

Chmn. Bd. Education James W. McKenzie Rockingham

Chmn. Bd. Elections C. H. Causey Rockingham

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Walter Bray Rockingham

Forest Warden J. A. Pippin Rockingham

County Attorney A. A. Reaves Hamlet

County Librarian Mrs. Dorothy Moore Rockingham

Veterans Service Officer J. J. Gray Hamlet

Richmond County Special Court:

Judge J. Thomas Page Rockingham

Solicitor Jamos H. Pittman Rockingham

Hamlet Recorder's Court :

Judge W. C. Boney Hamlet

Solicitor Beverly W. Ball Hamlet


Chairman A. L. Capel Rockingham

Commissioner Palmer N. Nicholson Rt. 3, Mt. Gilead

Commissioner J. H. McRae Ellerbe

Commissioner J. P. Gaddy Rockingham

Commissioner John F. Hamer . Rockingham

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Robeson County was formed in 1786 from Bladen. Was named in honor of
Colonel Thomas Robeson, a soldier of the Revolution. He was one of the leaders
at the battle of Elizabethtown, which was fought in September, 1781. By this
battle the Tories in the southeastern part of the State were crushed forever.
The commander of the Whigs was Colonel Thomas Brown.

Population, 76,860 County Seat, Lumberton

Office Officer Address

State Senator 11th District Henry A. McKinnon Lumberton

Members House of Representatives. F. Wayland Floyd Fairmont

John B. Regan St. Pauls

Clerk of Court B. F. McMillan Lumberton

Register of Deeds D. G. Kinlaw Lumberton

Sheriff W. C. Britt Lumberton

Treasurer W. D. Reynolds Lumberton

Auditor W. D. Reynolds Lumberton

Tax Supervisor Leila E. Ivey Lumberton

Tax Collector L. McK. Parker Lumberton

County Accountant Ann McPhatter Lumberton

Coroner D. W. Biggs Lumberton

Surveyor Grady S. Harrell Shannon

County Health Officer Dr. E. R. Hardin Lumberton

Supt. of Schools C. L. Green Maxton

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Kate S. McLeod Lumberton

Home Demonstration Agent

White Evelyn Caldwell Lumberton

Colored LaSenia McC. Murchison Lumberton

Farm Demonstration Agent

White O. P. Owens Lumberton

Colored S. T. Brooks Lumberton

Chmn. Bd. Education Adrian MoRae Rowland

Chmn. Bd. Elections E. P. Bond Rowland

District Game & Fish Protector . . . E. W. Cain Lumberton

Forest Warden Braddy Pait RFD, Lumberton

County Manager W. D. Reynolds Lumberton

County Attorney Henry A. McKinnon Lumberton

Veterans Service Officer A. E. Watson Rowland

Recorder's Courts :

Lumberton District:

Judge W. B. Ivey Lumberton

Solicitor J. H. Barrington, Jr Lumberton

Fa'rmont District :

Judge Pay Lewis Fairmont

Solicitor M. L. Page Faii-mont

Red Springs District :

Judge A. P. Spell Red Springs

Solicitor Z. V. McMillan Red Springs

Maxton District :

Judge R. C. Hollard Maxton

Solicitor Roy W. McGinnis Maxton

St. Pauls District:

Judge A. B. Johnson St. Pauls

Solicitor George T. Deans St. Pauls

Rowland District:

Judge F. L. Adams Rowland

Solicitor R. L. Campbell Rowland

County Government 555

Office Officer Address

Chairman C. A. Hasty Maxton

Commissioner J. C Herring Lumberton

Commissioner J- A. Singleton Red Springs

Commissioner George Lewis Pate Rowland

Commissioner V. J. Griffin Fairmont

Commissioner J. T. Graham St. Pauls


Rockingham County was formed in 1785 from Guilford. Was named in honor
of Charles Watson Wentworth, Marquis of Rockingham, who was the leader of
the party in the British Parliament that advocated American independence. He
was Prime Minister when the Stamp Act was repealed.

Population, 57,898 County Seat, Wentworth

State Senator 15th District J. Hampton Price Leaksville

Member House of Representatives . R. G. Powell Reidsville

Clerk of Court John W. Satterfield Wentworth

Register of Deeds R. E. Wall Wentworth

Sheriff M. S. Hodges Wentworth

Treasurer Eugene Irvin Wentworth

Auditor Eugene Irvin Wentworth

Tax Supervisor Eugene Irvin Wentworth

Tax Collector Eugene Irvin Wentworth

County Accountant Eugene Irvin Wentworth

Coroner Dr. M. P. Cummings Reidsville

Surveyor A. R. Strange Reidsville

County Health Officer Dr. B. M. Drake Wentworth

Supt. of Schools Allan Lewis Reidsville

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. John L. Wilson Madison

Home Demonstration Agent

White Marion Bullard Reidsville

Colored Mrs. Zadie Jackson Reidsville

Farm Demonstration Agent

White J. E. Foil Wentworth

Colored Dewey Williamson Wentworth

Chmn. Bd. Education E. S. Powell Reidsville

Chmn. Bd. Elections Dr. Hunter Moricle Reidsville

District Game & Fish Protector ... A. D. Neal RFD, Reidsville

County Attorney Junius C. Brown Madison

County Librarian Marianne Martin Madison

Veterans Service Officer Lantz M. Sykes Leaksville

Leaksville Recorder's Court:

Judge Herman Peters Leaksville

Solicitor Allan D. Ivie, Jr Leaksville

Reidsville Recorder's Court :

Judge E. H. Wrenn Reidsville

Solicitor D. F. Mayberry Reidsville


Chairman Hari-y Davis Leaksville

Commissioner C. S. Burton Reidsville

Commissioner J. Otha Moore RFD, Reidsville

Commissioner J. J. Webster Stoneville

Commissioner R. T. Moore Madison

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Rowan County was formed in 1753 from Anson. Was named in honor of
Matthew Rowan, a prominent leader before the Revolution, and, for a short
time after the death of Governor Gabriel Johnston, acting Governor.

Population, 69,206 County Seat, Salisbury

Office Officer Address

State Senators 21st District Luther E. Earnhardt Concord

H. Nelson Woodson Salisbury

Members House of Representatives. D. C, Dungan Salisbury

Kerr Craige Ramsay Salisbury

Clerk of Court Paul A. Swicegood Salisbury

Register of Deeds Graham D. Carlton Salisbury

Sheriff J. H. Krider Salisbury

Treasurer J. E. Haynes Salisbury

Auditor J. E. Haynes Salisbury

Tax Supervisor J. E. Haynes Salisbury

Tax Collector W. S. Overton, Jr Salisbury

County Accountant Frank P. Buck Co Salisbury

Coroner Dr. G. C. Mock Salisbury

Surveyor M. E. Miller Salisbury

County Health Officer Dr. C. W. Armstrong Salisbury

Supt. of Schools C. C. Erwin Salisbury

Supt. of Publi:' Welfare Mrs. Lucille Donelly Salisbury

Home Demonstration Agent

White Mildred Ingram Salisbury

Colored Mrs. Annie Johnson Salisbury

Farm Demonstration Agent

White P. H. Satterwhite Cleveland

Colored A. C. Grant Salisbury

Chmn. Bd. Education J. F. Link Salisbury

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. Giles Hudson Salisbury

District Game & Fish Protector ... Ed Burt Salisbury

County Attorney Kerr Craige Ramsay Salisbury

County Librarian Edith Clarke Salisbury

Veterans Service Officer Paul P Hinkle Salisbury

County Court :

Judge A. C. Rufty Salisbury

Solicitor Ira R. Swicegood Salisbury

Commissioners *

Chairman J. D. Carter Spencer

Commissioner P. K. Dry Landis

Commissioner L. E. Tatum Rt. 1, Salisbury

Commissioner J. B. McCombs Granite Quarry

Commissioner Carr H. Lingle Faith


Rutherford County was formed in 1779 from Tryon and Burke. Was named
in honor of General Griffith Rutherford, one of the most prominent of the
Revolutionary patriots. He led the expedition that crushed the Cherokees in
1776, and rendered other important services, both in the Legislature and on
the battlefield.

Population, 45,577 County Seat, Rutherfordton

State Senators 27th District Chas. C. Dalton Spindale

Lee B. Weathers Shelby

Member House of Representatives. Woodrow W. Jones Rutherfordton

Clerk of Court Frank S. Hall Rutherfordton

Register of Deeds W. Oscar Geer Rutherfordton

Sheriff Vance H. Wilkins Rutherfordton

County Government 557

Office Officer Address

Auditor Charles R. Yopp Rutherfordton

Tax Supervisor Lloyd Williamson Rutherfordton

Tax Collector Rex Bridges Rutherfordton

County Accountant Charles R. Yopp Rutherfordton

Coroner Thurlo E. Hightower Chimney Rock

Surveyor W. O. Justice Rt. 2, Rutherfordton

County Health Officer Dr. J. T. Ramsaur Rutherfordton

Supt. of Schools J. J. Tarlton Rutherfordton

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Gladys W. Doggett Forest City

Home Demonstration Agent Mildred Sedberry Rutherfordton

Farm Demonstration Agent F. E. Patton Rutherfordton

Chmn. Bd. Education J. Harvey Carpenter Rutherfordton

Chmn. Bd. Elections R. E. Price Rutherfordton

District Game & Fish Protector . . . C. W. Ormand Forest City

Forest Warden Carvos Parton Gilkey

County Attorney Wade B. Matheny Forest City

County Librarian Mrs. Martha K. Barr Rutherfordton

Veterans Service Officer Mrs. Etna Harrill Rutherfordton

Recorder's Court :

Judge B. T. Jones, Jr Forest City

Solicitor M. Leonard Lowe Caroleen


Chairman Clarence P. Parks Spindale

Commissioner Birl H. Bridges Rt. 2, Forest City

Commissioner W. Paul Carpenter Henrietta

Commissioner Letcher S. Rollins Rt. 2, Bostic

Commissioner James W. Whitesides Uree


Sampson County was formed in 1784 from Duplin and New Hanover. Was
named in honor of Colonel Sampson, who was a member of Governor Martin's

Population, 47,440 Count Seat, Clinton

State Senators 9th District Roy Rowe Burgaw

Henry Vann Clinton

Member House of Representatives. . Almon E. Rackley Clinton

Clerk of Court F. C. Butler Clinton

Register of Deeds Elsie Autry Grumpier Clinton

Sheriff Perry B. Lockerman Clinton

Auditor R. P. Spell Clinton

Tax Supervisor R. P. Spell Clinton

Tax Collector Perry B. Lockerman Clinton

County Accountant First Citizens Bank & Trust Co Clinton

Coroner Dr. J. S. Ayers Clinton

Surveyor Plato Merritt Magnolia

County Health Officer Dr. Glenn Best (Acting) Clinton

Supt. of Schools D. V. Carter Clinton

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. R. B. Wilson Clinton

Home Demonstration Agent

White Eleanor Southerland Clinton

Colored Edna A. Brinson Clinton

Farm Demonstration Agent

White E. J. Morgan Clinton

Colored Frank Faison Clinton

Chmn. Bd. Education John C. Warren Newton Grove

Chmn. Bd. Elections J. L. Austin Clinton

District Game & Fish Protector . . .Amos Bordeaux Ingold

Forest Warden King Newkirk Kerr

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OfBce Officer Address

County Attorney A. L. Butler Clinton

County Librarian Margaret Faison Clinton

Veterans Service Officer S. A. Howard Salemburg

Recorder's Court :

Judge S. A. Howard Salemburg

Solicitor Croom M. Faircloth Clinton


Chairman L. A. Hall Autryville

Commissioner G. S. Strickland Faison

Commissioner J. Robert Bullard Garland


Scotland County was formed in 1899 from Richmond. Was named after the
country of Scotland, the northern part of the island of Great Britain. Most of
the people of this county are descendants of Scotch Highlanders.

Population, 23,232 вЦ† County Seat, Laurinburg

State Senators 18th District Edwin Pate Laurinburg

Wade H. Phillips Lexington

Member House of Representatives. . Roger C. Kiser Laurinburg

Clerk of Court Carl L. Jones Laurinburg

Register of Deeds Margaiet S. Peden Laurinburg

Sheriff Jesse C. Gibson Laurinburg

Auditor Thos. J. Gill, Jr Laurinburg

Tax Supervisor W. M. Monroe Laurinburg

Tax Collector W. M. Monroe Laurinburg

County Accountant Thos. J. Gill, Jr Laurinburg

Coroner M. J. McDougald Laurinburg

County. Health Officer Dr. K. C. Moore Laurinburg

Supt. of Schools J. J. Pence Laurinburg

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Eliza P. Shaw Laurinburg

Home Demonstration Agent Laura Beatty Laurinburg

Farm Demonstration Agent E. O. McMahan Laurinburg

Chmn. Bd. Education Edwin Morgan Laurinburg

Chmn. Bd. Elections Chas. L. Prince Laurinburg

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Roy Bostick Laurel Hill

Forest Warden A. R. McMillan Laurinburg

County Attorney Joe M. Cox Laurinburg

County Librarian Margaret Boylan Laurinburg

Veterans Service Officer L L. McGill Laurinburg

Recorder's Court:

Judge T. P. McKinnon Laurinburg

Solicitor Joe M. Cox Laurinburg


Chairman E. P, Jones Johns

Commissioner Geo. B. Hooker Gibson

Commissioner H. Falrley Monroe Laurinburg

Commissioner Lonnie Hammond Laurinburg

Commissioner A. M. McLean Wagram


Stanly County was formed in 1841 from Montgomery. Was named in honor
of John Stanly, for many years a member of the Legislature, and several times
Speaker of the House of Commons.

Population, 32,834. ' ' ' County Seat, Albemarle

County Government 559

Office Officer Address

State Senators 19th District R. E. Little Wadesboro

O. L. Richardson Monroe

Member House of Representatives. . Raymond Barker Albemarle

Clerk of Court L. Worth Little Albemarle

Register of Deeds L. R. Almond Albemarle

Sheriff P. E. Herrin Albemarle

Treasurer First Nat'l Bank Albemarle

Auditor A. V. Thomas Albemarle

Tax Supervisor Ellis Huneycutt Albemarle

Tax Collector Henry N. Thompson Albemarle

County Accountant A. V. Thomas Albemarle

Coroner M. J. Hartsell Albemarle

Surveyor Charlev Harward Rt. 4, Albemarle

County Health Officer Dr. R. E. Fox Albemarle

Supt. of Schools J. P. Sifford Albemarle

Supt. of Public Welfare Otto E. Mabry Albemarle

Home Demonstration Agent Edith Hinshaw Albemarle

Farm Demonstration Agent H. M. Singletary Albemarle

Chmn. Bd. Education Croson B. Miller Albemarle

Chmn. Bd. Elections Heath Kluttz Albemarle

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Paul Helms Albemarle

County Attorney G. Hobart Morton Albemarle

County Librarian Marion Midd'eton Albemarle

Veterans Service Officer James Ray Clark Albemarle

Recorder's Court :

Judge O. J. Sikes Albemarle

Solicitor S. Craig Hopkins Albemarle


Chairman J. Luther Little Oakboro

Commissioner . Cecil Lowder Albemarle

Commissioner Vernon Hunsucker Albemarle

Commissioner Glenn C. Lovelady Norwood

Commissioner Silas P. Dennis Albemarle


Stokes County was formed in 1798 from Surry. Was named in honor of
Colonel John Stokes, a brave soldier of the Revolution, who was desperately
wounded at the Waxhaw massacre, when Colonel Buford's regiment was cut
to pieces by Tarleton. After the war Washington appointed him a judge of
the United States Court in North Carolina.

Population, 22,656 County Seat, Danbury

State Senator 23rd District Wm. F. Marshall Walnut Cove

Member House of Representatives. . Leonard H. van Noppen Danbury

Clerk of Court J. Watt Tuttle Danbury

Register of Deeds R. L. Smith Danbury

Sheriff C. J. Helsabeck, Jr Danbury

TreRsurer C. J. Helsabeck, Jr Danbury

Auditor R. L. Smith Danbury

Tax Supervisor R. L. Smith Danbury

Tax Collector C. J. Helsabeck, Jr Danbury

County Accountant R. L. Smith Danbury

Coroner Dr. R. S. Helsabeck King

Surveyor W. D. Rothrock Walnut Cove

County Health Officer Dr. Eugene Taylor Mocksville

Supt. of Schools R. M. Green Walnut Cove

Supt. of Public Welfare Esther Humphreys Danbury

Home Demonstration Agent C. Elizabeth Sharpe Walnut Cove

Farm Demonstration Agent S. B. Brandon King

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OfiSce Officer Address

'jhmn. Kd. Education Golden Baker King

Chmn. Bd. Elections Laura Ellington Sandy Ridge

District Game & Fish Protector . . . George Barr King

Forest Warden Joe P. Redman Walnut Cove

County Attorney R. J. Scott Danbury

County Librarian Mrs. R. L. Smith Danbury

Veterans Service Officer R. Hedgecock, Jr Walnut Cove


Chairman H. L. Gibson Belews Creek

Commissioner H. G. Johnson Germanton

Commissioner T. M. Smith Westfield


Surry County was formed in 1770 from Rowan. Was named in honor of
Lord Surrey, a prominent member of Parliament who opposed the taxation of
the American colonies by Parliament.

Population, 41,789 County Seat, Dobson

State Senator 23rd District Wm. F. Marshall Walnut Cove

Member House of Representatives . . Geo. K. Snow Mt. Airy

Clerk of Court K. W. Lawrence Dobson

Register of Deeds Bertha M. Shinault Dobson

Sheriff Sam C. Patterson Dobson

Treasurer Surry County Loan & Trust Co Dobson

Tax Supervisor J. Pate Fulk Dobson

County Accountant Mrs. Lillian K. Johnson (Acting) ...Dobson

Coroner John L. Woltz Mt. Airy

Surveyor Curtis Harbor Mt. Airy

County Health Officer Dr. R. B. C. Franklin Mt. Airy

Supt. of Schools John W. Comer Dobson

Supt. of Public Welfare Bausie Marion Dobson

Home Demonstration Agent Grace P. Brown Mt. Airy

Farm Demonstration Agent Neill M. Smith Dobson

Chmn. Bd. Education P. N. Taylor White Plains

Chmn. Bd. Elections Arthur P. Fulk Pilot Mountain

District Game & Fish Protector . . . W. A. White Mt. Airy

County Attorney Folger & Folger Mt. Airy

Recorder's Courts :
Mt. Airy District:

Judge H. H. Llewellyn Mt. Airy

Solicitor R. J. Lovill, Jr Mt. Airy

Pilot Mountain District:

Judge Frank Freeman Dobson

Solicitor W. W. Norman Pilot Mountain


Chairman M. Q. Snow Elkin

Commissioner S. M. Smith Pilot Mountain

Commissioner M. C. Fowler Mt. Airy

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, 12,177 County Seat, Bryson City

State Senator 33rd District L. B. Nichols Andrews

Member House of Representatives. .J. Robert Long Bryson City

County Government 561

Office Officer Address

Clerk of Court Henry J. Truett Bryson City

Register of Deeds E. J. Seay Bryson City

Sheriff Frank Hyatt Bryson City

Treasurer Willard J. Davis Bryson City

Auditor Willard J. Davis Bryson City

Tax Supervisor A. J. ( Jack i Sutton Bryson City

Tax Collector Willard J. Davis Bryson City

County Accountant Willard J. Davis Bryson City

Coroner H. H. WeL-h Bryson City

County Health Officer Dr. Mary Michal Waynesville

Supt. of Schools W. L. Lathan Bryson City

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Hilda B. Myers Bryson City

Home Demonstration Agent Pansie Deal Bryson City

Farm Demonstration Agent John CoTyngton Bryson City

Chmn. Bd. Education S. W. Black Bryson City

Chmn. Bd. Elections T. J. Cathey Bryson City

District Game & Fish Protector . . . ^ill Estes Bryson City

Forest Warden D. J. Dean Bryson City

County Attorney E. P. Whitaker Bryson City

County Librarian Mrs. Helen Kittrell Bryson City

Veterans Service Officer Eliza DeHart Bryson City


Chairman A. J. Sutton Bryson City

Commissioner Jesse Miles Bryson City

Commissioner Wheeler Jones Alarka


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, 12,241 County Seat, Brevard

State Senators 32nd District W. H. Crawford Sylva

W. B. Hodges Hendersonville

Member House of Representatives. . Ralph Fisher Brevard

Clerk of Court N. A. Miller Brevard

Register of Deeds Paul Whitmire Brevard

Sheriff B. H. Freeman Brevard

Auditor Mrs. Tom Mitchell Brevard

Tax Supervisor Mrs. Tom Mitchell Brevard

Tax Collector Frank King Brevard

County Accountant Mrs. Tom Mitchell Brevard

Coroner Spurg Osborne Brevard

County Health Officer Dr. Gordan B. Wheeler Hendersonville

Supt. of Schools J. B. Jones Brevard

Supt. of Public Welfare Mrs. Dora M. Patton Brevard

Home Demonstration Agent Annie B. Priest Brevard

Farm Demonstration Agent Julian A. Glazener Brevard

Chmn. Bd. Education Harry Sellers Brevard

Chmn. Bd. Elections Frank Duckworth Brevard

District Game & Fish Protector . . . Jack L. Brown Penrose

Forest Warden '. Frat^k Morgan Posman

County Attorney Ralph H. Ramsey, Jr Brevard

County Librarian Mrs. Lehman Kapp Brevard


Chairman Willis Brittain Brevard

Commissioner Lewis Osborne Brevard

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