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S. L. Warren

African American doctor in Durham NC in 1919

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S. N. Sterling Person
Samson Brasel

He signed a petition with other men from Johnston County to Arthur Dobbs requesting the governor appoint new captains for the company in Johnston County.

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Samson Suicklin

He signed a petition with other men from Johnston County to Arthur Dobbs requesting the governor appoint new captains for the company in Johnston County.

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Samuel Bell

He signed an undated letter of petition to Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother, possibly around 1763.

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Samuel Cornell

He was a member of the royal council and was part of the representation of Merchants, Traders, and Planters in North Carolina.

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Samuel D. Tucker

Born October 13, 1869, in Pitt County, North Carolina. Tucker was a a farmer in the community of Chicod.

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Samuel Gilkey

He signed a petition on behalf of the residents of Anson County requesting Arthur Dobbs create and appoint a patrol group to provide protection against Native Americans who were raiding their homes and farms.

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Samuel Gompers Person
Samuel Heith Person
Samuel Johnson Busbee

Born August 24, 1875, in Wake County, North Carolina. Busbee served as a prison guard and later warden of the State Prison from 1916 to 1925.

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Samuel Laird
Samuel Lancaster

He signed a letter of petition to Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother ca. 1763.

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Samuel London

He was an owner of the vessel Sloop York.

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Samuel Lowemen Person
Samuel Mallett Gattis

Born March 8, 1863, in Orange County, North Carolina. An attorney by training, Gattis served as clerk of the Orange County Superior Court (1889 to 1894), state legislator (sessions of 1899, 1901, and 1903), and solicitor (1909 to 1923). 

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Samuel Martin
Samuel Newton Mangum

Born February 12, 1901, in Durham County, North Carolina. Mangum was a private in the Durham Machine Gun Company, a national guard unit. In July 1920, he deployed with his company to Alamance County on orders from the governor to protect three African American men from a lynch mob. 

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Samuel Nicholson

He signed a letter of petition to Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother ca. 1763.

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Samuel Roy McKelvie

Born April 15, 1881, near Fairfield, Nebraska. McKelvie was governor of Nebraska from 1919 to 1923.

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Samuel Sackett

He was an owner of the vessel Sloop Hester.

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Samuel Sandys, 1st Baron Sandys

He was a member of the Board of Trade in correspondence with Arthur Dobbs.

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Samuel Spencer Mann

Born April 3, 1867, in Hyde County, North Carolina. Mann was a clerk for the Hyde County court, the secretary of the Rivers and Harbors Commission, and a state senator.

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Samuel Spruitt Jr.

He was part of the representation of Merchants, Traders, and Planters in North Carolina (1755).

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Samuel Swann

Samuel Swann (1704-1774) was a leading North Carolina politician during the mid-1700s.  Except from 1754 to 1756, he served as Speaker of the Assembly from 1742 to 1762.  Representing the Perquimans District, he started in the lower house in 1725, and from 1739 onward, he represented Onslow County. He also played an instrumental role in the commission that surveyed the dividing line between North Carolina and Virginia. He also was chairman of a commission that revised the laws of the North Carolina colony.

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Samuel Swann Jr.

He was part of the representation of Merchants, Traders, and Planters in North Carolina.

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Samuel T. Beddingfield
Samuel William Ferebee

Born April 13, 1859, in Pamlico County, North Carolina. Ferebee was a farmer and merchant in Pamlico, and later Craven, County.

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Saponi Person
Secretary Office
Secretary West
Seneca Organization
Seth Jones Montague

Resident of Durham in July 1919

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Seth Muse Swan

Born January 31, 1888, in Maribel, North Carolina. Swan was a clerk in the Stonewall community of Pamlico County when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. Swan was subsequently inducted into the service in October 1917 and attached to the 322nd Infantry. He deployed overseas from July 1918 to May 1919 and received an honorable discharge on May 31, 1919.

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Seward Prosser

Born March 1, 1871, in Buffalo, New York. Prosser was prominent banker who held the following positions: vice-president of the Astor Trust Company (1907-1912), president of the Liberty National Bank (1912-1914), and president (1914-1923) and chairman of the board (1923-1942) of the Bankers Trust Company. During World War I, he served as the chairman of the Red Cross war finance committee.

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Shaw, William Thaddeus

Born October 20, 1861 in Halifax County, North Carolina. Shaw was a textile businessman connected with the Weldon Cotton Manufacturing Co. and the Shaw Cotton Mills, both in Weldon, North Carolina. During World War I, he served as chairman of the Halifax County Exemption Board.

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Shawan
Shawnee Organization
Shelton Ollie Whitman

Born January 26, 1889, in Salisbury, North Carolina. Whitman was a textile mill worker who was a president of a labor union in Landis, North Carolina.

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Shirley Evan Hall

Born July 23, 1872, in Yadkin County, North Carolina. Hall was an attorney in Winston-Salem who served as the chairman of the Forsyth County Exemption Board during World War I.

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Short, William Harrison

Born December 4, 1868, near College Springs, Iowa. Short was a minister who served as secretary of the League to Enforce Peace during the World War I era.

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Sidney Arthur Black

Born July 10, 1889, in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Black was a mechanic and cabinet maker at the Hickory Cabinet Manufacturing Company in Hickory, North Carolina.

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Sidney Clarence Chambers

Born April 30, 1881, in Yonkers, New York. During World War I, Chambers was a major in the 3rd North Carolina National Guard and the 113th Field Artillery. He served overseas from November 1918 to March 1919 and was honorably discharged in April 1919.

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Sidney Whitfield Minor, Sr.

Born November 24, 1873, in Oxford, North Carolina. During World War I, Minor held the rank of colonel and was commander of the 120th Infantry Regiment. For his meritorious display of leadership during his regiment's successful assault on the Hindenburg Line, Minor was awarded the Army Distinguished Service Medal. Later in life he was the vice-president and treasurer of the Dibrell Brothers Tobacco Company in Danville, Virginia.

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Silas Ardrie Ewart

Born December 29, 1889, near Huntersville, North Carolina. Ewart was a Presbyterian minister who served the following churches in North Carolina: First Church, in Newton; Mulberry and McGee, in Charlotte; Cornelius and Bethel, in Mecklenburg County; Hollywood and Chicod, in Greenville; and Shiloh and Bethel, in Hoke County.

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Sir Charles Knowles, 1st Baronet

Knowles was a British naval officer, who became a member of Parliament and later Governor of Jamaica.

Sir Danvers Osborn

He served briefly as Colonial Governor of New York in 1753. Thomas Pownall served as his personal secretary.

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Smith, Hunter Gilliland

Born March 28, 1870, in Appomattox, Virginia. Smith was a shoe salesman for Craddock Shoe Company in Fayetteville, North Carolina, who served as the chairman of the Cumberland County Committee on Employment during World War I.

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Smith, Norfleet Saunders

Born in Scotland Neck, North Carolina, on November 28, 1882. Smith was commissioned as a first lieutenant on November 27, 1917, and assigned to the 11th Infantry. He served overseas during World War I and saw combat at Alsace, St. Mihiel, and Meuse-Argonne. On October 20, 1918, in action in the Argonne Forest, Smith was wounded severely in the arm by machine gun fire and as a result was declared 35 percent disabled upon being discharged on December 27, 1919.

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Smith, Susan

Born November 30, 1887, in Harnett County, North Carolina. Smith was a stenographer in Averasboro, North Carolina, who served as the chief clerk of the Harnett County Exemption Board during World War I. She later relocated to Raleigh where she operated Smith's Studio for a time and later worked with her sister in running McKay's Floral Gardens. Known popularly by her nickname "Sue," she was active with the United Daughters of the Confederacy

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