In November 1888, Charles Bynum was tried and convicted of manslaughter in the shooting death of Henry Privett, his girlfriend’s brother.
Wilson Mirror, 7 November 1888. 133 more words
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James Arthur Cotton appears in Leonard Medical School‘s 1888-’89 catalog with a notation that he done his collegiate studies at Saint Augustine’s College. (Perhaps he did not finish, as the… 31 more words
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Wilson Daily Times, 5 August 1924.
“Rifle shot wound in breast by drunken father”
In the 1920 census of Saratoga township, Wilson County: farmer… 25 more words
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Pittsburgh Courier, 1 August 1931.
Abraham Bynum was a newlywed. On 2 February 1931, he, 30, son of Charlie and Julia Bynum, married… 100 more words
I lived in Wilson County, North Carolina. I have a wife and eight children. It cost me one hundred and twenty-three dollars to get here. 440 more words
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Wilson Daily Times, 25 October 1918.
Lucy Barnes‘ death certificate:
In the 1900 census of Gardners township, Wilson County: Ransom Ruffin, 30; wife… 147 more words
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