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S. L. Warren

African American doctor in Durham NC in 1919

S. N. Sterling Person
Sam Ferebee

"Prominent citizen" of Pamlico County during World War I

Samuel Gompers Person
Samuel Laird
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). 

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. 

Samuel Roy McKelvie

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

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.

Samuel Swann

Swann was Speaker of the Assembly and chairman of a commission that revised the laws of the North Carolina colony.

Samuel T. Beddingfield
Secretary Office
Seth Jones Montague

Resident of Durham in July 1919

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.

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.

Soame Jenyns
Southern Public Utilities Company Company
Stephen A. Randall

Stephen A. Randall, of New York City, N.Y.

Stephen Cambreleng Bragaw

Born February 22, 1868, in Washington, North Carolina. In Washington, Bragaw served as mayor (1897-1898), as City Attorney (1900 to 1906), as County Superintendent of Schools in 1902-1903, and as a state senator from the second district in 1904. In 1912, he was appointed to the judgeship of the First Judicial District, a position he held until his resignation in 1914.