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C. Dillard

Most likely Clarence Dillard, born in Talladega County, Alabama, about 1858. A graduate of both Howard and Lincoln universities, Dillard was a Presbyterian minister and principal of the segregated grade school in Goldsboro, North Carolina.

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C. M. Brown

Chairman, Employees' Committee (presumably of the Pilot Cotton Mills, Consolidated Textile Corporation)

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C. M. Wilson

Member of the building committee of the State School for the Blind in 1920.

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Caldwell Houston

Man shot during the car barn tragedy in Charlotte NC in Aug 1919

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Caleb Davis Bradham

Born May 27, 1867, in Chinquapin, North Carolina. Bradham was a businessman who is best remembered for creating Pepsi Cola. During World War I, he served on the state's eastern district exemption board.

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Caleb Grainger

Lieutenant

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Call, Clarence

Born April 7, 1869, in Wilkesboro, North Carolina. Call was a merchant in Wilkesboro who served as a member of the Wilkes County Exemption Board during World War I.

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Callaway, Janie Elizabeth Royster

Born November 16, 1895, in Warren County, North Carolina. Callaway, nee Royster, married John James Sharman Callaway in May 1917.

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Callaway, John James Sharman

Born September 1, 1889, in Whitfield County, Georgia. Callaway was a salesman for the Armour & Co. in Chicago, Illinois, when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He joined the Marine Corps in February 1918 and served until he was honorably discharged on account of having a dependent wife in May 1918.

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Calvin Jeremiah Deal

Born December 22, 1854, in Enochville [Rowan County], North Carolina. Deal was president of the Corriher Mills Company, secretary of the Linn Cotton Mills, and the mayor of Landis, North Carolina, until his death in December 1921.

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Calvin Scott Brown

Born March 23, 1859, in Salisbury, North Carolina. A graduate of Shaw University, Brown was an educator and minister. During World War I, he promoted Liberty Bonds in support of the American war effort. For fifty-two years he was principal of Chowan Academy, a school he founded in 1885 to serve the needs of African American students in Hertford County and the surrounding areas.

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Cameron Morrison

Born October 5, 1869, near Rockingham, North Carolina. Morrison served as governor from 1921 to 1925. He was a leader of the Red Shirt movement in the white supremacy campaign of 1898 to 1900, using terror and intimidation to keep black North Carolinians away from the polls.

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Cameron, Jesse Frank

Born November 15, 1853, in Randolph County, North Carolina. Cameron was a real estate dealer in the Denton community of Davidson County who served on the Davidson County Exemption Board during World War I.

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Campbell, James King

Born May 15, 1895, in North Carolina. Campbell joined the National Guard in June 1916 while in Etowah, Tennessee. During World War I, he served with the 117th Infantry, the 164th Infantry, and the 128th Infantry. He was deployed overseas from August 1918 to May 1919 and received an honorable discharge on May 16, 1919.

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Campbell, Robert Lee

Born March 28, 1881, in Athens, Georgia. Campbell served overseas during World War I as a lieutenant in the 368th Infantry. He was honorably discharged on October 24, 1919. During his time at North Carolina A & T, he served as an instructor in Machine Shop Practice and was in charge of the heating system.

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Canniff, Robert Jackson

Born September 18, 1894, in Marlboro, New York. During World War I, Canniff served with the sanitary corps from February 1918 to May 1919 when he was honorably discharged with the rank of second lieutenant. Following his discharge, Canniff joined the YMCA and oversaw the organization of welcome home ceremonies at Newport News, Virginia.

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Cara Edna Royster Jonas

Born March 15, 1885, in Cleveland County, North Carolina. Jonas, nee Royster, married Garrison H. Jonas in June 1906.

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Carl Alexander Thompson

Born on June 15, 1892, in Fairmont, North Carolina. Thompson was a carpenter and farmer in Robeson County, North Carolina.

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Carl Elias Milliken

Born July 13, 1877, in Pittsfield, Maine. Milliken was the governor of Maine from 1917 to 1921.

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Carl Wendell Bell

Born September 10, 1888, in Wake County, North Carolina. Bell was appointed by Governor Thomas W. Bickett to serve as one of two physicians to the prison and the Department for the Criminal Insane in March 1917, a position he held until inducted into the Army Medical Corp in October 1917.

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Carland, Eugene

Born July 21, 1873, in Henderson County, North Carolina. Carland was a real estate investor in Asheville. During World War I, he managed his brother-in-law's--Capt. R. P. Johnston's--Haywood County apple orchard while he was serving overseas.

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Carpenter, Worth Claudius

Born June 4, 1891, in Worth (Gaston County), North Carolina. Carpenter was employed by his father Oscar D. Carpenter when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He was subsequently inducted into the service in July 1918 and served with the 53rd and 51st Depot Brigades until he was honorably discharged in December 1918.

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Carrie Hennings Cline

Born March 17, 1883, in North Carolina. A long time resident of Winston-Salem, North Carolina, Cline (nee Hennings) was a seamstress and wife of Pleas David Cline.

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Carrington, Tazewell Morton

Born February 21, 1857, in Richmond, Virginia. Carrington was president of the Carrington Tobacco Co. in Richmond and served as chairman of the Tobacco Association of the United States.

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Carroll L. Mulliken

Born March 21, 1885, in Talbot, Maryland. Mulliken was a lifelong carpenter, cabinet maker, and upholsterer. 

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Carter, Frank Winfred

Born October 2, 1890, in Maxton, North Carolina. Carter was secretary and treasurer for the J. W. Carter Co. in Maxton when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917.

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Carter, Henry Francis

Born April 13, 1889, in Maxton, North Carolina. Carter was vice president of the J. W. Carter Co. in Maxton when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917.

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Carter, John Wesley, Jr.

Born May 1, 1892, in Robeson County, North Carolina. Carter was a cashier at the Bank of Robeson when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917.

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Carter, John Wesley, Sr.

Born July 24, 1859, in Lumberton, North Carolina. Carter was president of the J. W. Carter Co. in Maxton, North Carolina.

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Cassius Rex Hudson

Born April 22, 1872, in Auburn, Alabama. Hudson came to North Carolina in 1907 to serve as the state's first farm demonstration agent.

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Caveness, Zebulon Marvin

Born July 19, 1876, in Randolph County, North Carolina. Caveness was a physician in Raleigh who served on the Wake County Exemption Board during World War I.

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Cecil C. Broughton

Born June 9, 1889, in Raleigh, North Carolina. Broughton was an attorney in Troy, North Carolina, who served as inspector of county exemption boards during World War I. He later served as mayor of Troy from 1921 to 1925.

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Cephas Newton Christian

Born March 24, 1864, in Surry County, North Carolina. Christian began his career with the state’s prison system around 1886. As superintendent of Camp No. 1 at Caledonia, Christian gained a reputation for cruelty, exhibiting a propensity to administer whippings and to force--physically if necessary--sick men to work. Christian came under scrutiny during a 1917 investigation, the camp’s physician testifying that the superintendent ruthlessly beat a paralyzed, mentally ill inmate named George Snyder. Despite the credible accusations, Christian remained at his post and was eventually promoted to superintendent of the state prison farm in its new location in Raleigh. In January 1922, the prison’s Board of Directors removed Christian from this position, assigning him instead to the superintendency of the convict gangs then working on the Williamston bridge.

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Charles A. Vogler

Born January 27, 1886, in Salem, North Carolina. Vogler was solicitor and later judge for the city of Winston-Salem, North Carolina.

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Charles Alexander Scott

Charles Alexander Scott, born in Goldsboro, North Carolina, on September 24, 1883. Scott was employed in his father's (Joseph James Scott) house moving business. He died of influenza on November 1, 1918 at the height of the Spanish Flu epidemic.

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Charles Alfred Armstrong

Born December 25, 1858, in Australia. Armstrong was an attorney in Troy, North Carolina, who served as county attorney for Montgomery County, North Carolina.

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Charles Alonzo Scott

Born February 8, 1867, in Alamance County, North Carolina. In 1898, Scott founded the National Bank of Alamance, for which institution he served as cashier, vice president, and, later, president. In 1920, he provided testimony in an investigation into an attempted lynching in Alamance County.

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Charles Banks McNairy

Born June 14, 1867, in North Carolina. McNairy was a physician who served as the superintendent of the Caswell Training School in Kinston, North Carolina, from 1914 to 1925.

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Charles C. Thompson

Born April 7, 1871, in Alamance County, North Carolina. Thompson was a school teacher, barber, and civil servant. In 1920, he provided testimony in an investigation into an attempted lynching in Alamance County.

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Charles Clinton Spaulding

Born in Columbus County, North Carolina, on August 1, 1874. Spaulding's prolific career with North Carolina Mutual--a black-owned, Durham-based company that focused its business on meeting the insurance needs of black citizens--is well documented. Spaulding leveraged his status as one of Durham's leading businessmen and pillar of the city's Black Wall Street to support innumerable philanthropic causes, particularly in the realm of education.

Charles Collins Taylor

Born September 21, 1866, in Winchester, Virginia. Taylor was vice-president of the Security Life and Trust Company of Winston-Salem and the secretary of the Jefferson Standard Life Insurance Company of Greensboro. During World War I, he was appointed by Gov. Thomas W. Bickett to serve on the North Carolina Council of Defense.

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Charles Daniel Storey

Born December 16, 1867, in Alamance County, North Carolina. Storey served as sheriff of Alamance County from 1916 to 1928. Storey failed to prevent the formation of a lynch mob in July 1920, leading to a confrontation between would-be lynchers and militia soldiers from the Durham Machine Gun Company. The incident resulted in the death of one white county citizen, James Ray, and the wounding of another. A second lynch mob formed the following month, and despite the recent turmoil, Sheriff Storey refused the request of Gov. Thomas W. Bickett to transport the prisoner to Raleigh for safe-keeping. The lynch mob succeeded this time, taking the life of John Jeffress. Storey later claimed he and six armed guards were "overpowered" while transporting the prisoner to the county jail. Despite his failures, Storey wasn't removed from office until he lost to a Republican candidate for sheriff in the 1928 election.

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Charles Edgar Boger

Born August 10, 1873, in Cabarrus County, North Carolina. Boger served as the superintendent of the Stonewall Jackson Training School from 1913 to 1942.

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Charles Edward Hatcher

Charles Edward Hatcher, born in Goldsboro, North Carolina, on November 27, 1888. During World War I, Hatcher was an employee of the United States Postal Service until he was inducted into the army on April 27 ,1918. Hatcher served overseas with the Headquarters Company of the all-African American 366th Infantry Regiment from June 15, 1918 to February 28, 1919 and was honorably discharged from the service on March 19, 1919.

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Charles Edwin Stewart

Born March 6, 1884, in Detroit, Michigan. Stewart was pastor of the Ebenezer A. M. E. Church in Baltimore, Maryland.

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Charles Evans Hughes

Born April 11, 1862, in Glens Falls, New York. Hughes served as governor of the state of New York, justice of the United States Supreme Court, and United States Secretary of State.

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Charles Evans Kilbourne

Born December 23, 1872, in Arlington, Virginia. Kilbourne was a career military officer and Medal of Honor recipient. During World War I, he served stateside on the army's General Staff for much of 1917; in 1918, he deployed overseas for combat duty on the British and French fronts. Kilbourne retired from the army in 1936 with the rank of major general.

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Charles Floyd Clapp

Born January 10, 1897, in Guilford County, North Carolina. Clapp was a veteran of World War I, having served in the United States Navy from July 31, 1918, to December 24, 1918. In 1920, he provided testimony in an investigation into an attempted lynching in Alamance County. From 1936 until his death in 1956, he operated the Clapp Furniture Company in Burlington.

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Charles Francis Meserve

Born July 15, 1850, in Abington, Massachusetts. A lifelong educator and administrator, Meserve ascended to the presidency of Shaw University in Raleigh in 1894. He remained at the helm of the university until 1919, stewarding the student body and campus through the tumultuous years of World War I.

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