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Frank Adrian Savage

Born September 22, 1895, near Greenville, North Carolina. Savage was the manager of his father's livery stable in Greenville, North Carolina, upon the outbreak of World War I. The Eastern District Exemption Board overturned a ruling by the county board to exempt this young man. He was subsequently enlisted for service in August 1918 and was honorably discharged the following December.

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Frank Armfield Linney

Born June 29, 1874, in Taylorsville, North Carolina. Linney was an attorney in Boone, North Carolina, who served as solicitor for the seventh judicial district (1906-1914) and U. S. District Attorney for the western district of North Carolina (1921-1927). He unsuccessfully ran for Congress on the Republican ticket in 1914 and 1918 and also for governor in 1916. During World War I, he was a member of the Watauga County Exemption Board.

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Frank Armfield, Sr.

Born in Monroe, North Carolina, on May 24, 1870. A lawyer by profession, Armfield served as a mayor of Monroe and as a one-term state senator representing the twentieth district during Gov. Cameron Morrison's administration.

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Frank Bynum Hendren

Born February 4, 1860, in Wilkes County, North Carolina. Hendren was a lawyer in Wilkesboro, North Carolina, who served as chairman of the Wilkes County Exemption Board during World War I.

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Frank Farrow Simpson

Born April 2, 1868, in Laurens, South Carolina. Simpson was a physician and longtime resident of Honolulu, Hawaii, and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. During World War I, he served as the Chief of the Medical Section for the Council of National Defense.

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Frank Gough

Born October 11, 1864, in Yadkin County, North Carolina. Gough moved to Robeson County around age eighteen, becoming one of Lumberton's most promising and prominent businessmen. He served as state senator representing Robeson County in the session of 1917 and was appointed to the State Prison Board by Gov. Thomas W. Bickett, a position he held from 1917 to 1921.

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Frank H. Mebane

Most likely Francis Howard Mebane, born in North Carolina on April 13, 1892. Principal of Pantego Colored School in Beaufort, North Carolina.

Frank Lyon Polk

Born September 13, 1871, in New York City, New York. Polk, an attorney by training, was the U.S. Under Secretary of State from July 1, 1919, to June 15, 1919, and U.S. Secretary of State ad interim from February 14, 1920, to March 14, 1920.

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Frank Marion Wooten

Born August 4, 1875, in La Grange, North Carolina. Wooten was an attorney who served as mayor of Greenville (1905-1907, 1911-1912), as the government appeals agent for Pitt County during World War I, and as judge for the Pitt County Court.

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Frank Murchison Register

Born August 6, 1870, in Fayetteville, North Carolina. Register was the head physician at the state prison farm in Halifax County from about 1902 until his resignation in March 1917. In the months before his resignation, Dr. Register had a falling out with prison officials, namely Captain C. N. Christian, over what he considered to be an excessive and cruel use of corporal punishment. He became publicly critical of the state’s prison system and finally determined to leave his position following the passage of a law that would require a prison physician or clergyman to be present during the administration of whippings.

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Frank Page

Born February 22, 1875, in Cary, North Carolina. Page was an industrialist and banker who is credited as being the father of the state's modern highway system. Following his service as an engineer in World War I, Page was appointed by Gov. Thomas W. Bickett as the chairman of the newly organized North Carolina Highway Commission, an office he held for ten years.

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Frank Ramsay McNinch

Frank Ramsay McNinch, born in Charlotte, North Carolina, on April 27, 1873. McNinch served as mayor of Charlotte from 1917 to 1921.

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Frank Simmons Lambeth

Born August 20, 1857, in Thomasville, North Carolina. Lambeth was a leading businessman and citizen who helped establish the chair manufacturing industry in Thomasville by helping to organize the Thomasville Manufacturing Company and the Standard Chair Company. He additionally served as the president of the Thomasville Bank and of the Lambeth Furniture Company.

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Frank Teague Isbell

Born August 27, 1893, in Blackstone, North Carolina. Isbell was employed at the Ohio Blower Company in Cleveland, Ohio, when he was drafted for military service during World War I. He served with the 317th Field Artillery and the 119th Infantry and saw combat in the Somme Offensive, Ypres-Lys, and the Defense Sector. He received an honorable discharge in April 1919.

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Frank W. M. Butler

Born August 3, 1870, in Brunswick County, Virginia. Butler was a prominent African American insurance agent, banker, and steamboat agent in Elizabeth City, North Carolina.

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Frank William Wheless

Born April 6, 1872, in Franklin County, North Carolina. Wheless was a merchant in Louisburg, North Carolina.

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Frank Wood

Born June 7, 1858, in Edenton, North Carolina. Wood was a prominent and influential local politician, businessman, and banker.

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Franklin Dewitt Patterson

Born June 3, 1878, in North Carolina. Patterson was a prominent farmer in the China Grove area of Rowan County.

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Franklin Henry Martin

Born July 13, 1857, in Ixonia, Wisconsin. Martin was an influential physician, editor, and longtime Chicago resident. During World War I, he was appointed by President Woodrow Wilson to served as a member of the advisory commission for the Council of National Defense.

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Franklin Iron Hull

Born January 13, 1895, in Henry, North Carolina. Hull was a farmer in Lincolnton when the United States rolled out a draft program to fight World War I.

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Franklin Knight Lane

Born July 15, 1864, near Charlottestown, Canada. Lane served as United States Secretary of the Interior during the administration of President Woodrow Wilson, from 1913 to 1920.

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Fred Edward Walker

Fred Edward Walker, born in Hampton, Virginia, on August 30, 1896. Walker served in the military during World War I and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. [Note: Digitized service records for Virginia were not available when research was conducted for this biography in 2020; therefore, specific information regarding his service could not be included in this entry.]

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Fred Loring Seely

Born December 22, 1871, in Fort Monmouth, New Jersey. Seely was a architect, developer, and philanthropist in Asheville, North Carolina. 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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Frederick Gregg Person
Frederick Kelsey Rupprecht

Born July 30 1872, in Brooklyn, New York. Rupprecht was the president of the Consolidated Textile Corporation, a collective of twenty-five mills throughout New England and the South. The corporation included several textile operations in North Carolina.

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Frederick William Brown

Born February 17, 1872, in New Canaan, Connecticut. Brown was an employee of the Atlantic Coast Line Railroad who helped lead a movement to combat profiteering and overinflation of food, clothing, and housing in post-war (World War I) Wilmington.

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French, Francis Henry

Born September 27, 1857, in Fort Wayne, Indiana. French was a West Point graduate and career army officer. During World War I, he served as commander of Camp Jackson (May 19, 1918 to August 31, 1918) and then Camp Sevier (until December 7, 1918).

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Fries, Francis Henry

Born February 1, 1855, in Salem, North Carolina. Fries was the president of the Wachovia Bank and Trust Company from 1911 until his death in 1931.

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Furnifold McLendel Simmons

Born January 20, 1854, near Pollocksville, North Carolina. Simmons was a United States Senator representing North Carolina from 1901 to 1931.

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G. A. Edwards

Resident of Kittrell in July 1919

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Gabriel Johnston

He was born ca. 1698 and died July 17, 1752. He served as the second royal governor of North Carolina. He was appointed governor March 27, 1733 but did not arrive in the colonies until October 27, 1734.

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Garrison H. Jonas

Born August 22, 1888, in Yorksville, South Carolina. Jonas was a prisoner on the #6 Township Chain Gang in Shelby, North Carolina, when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He was inducted into the service in October 1917 and served with the 119th Infantry until he was dishonorably discharged in March 1919.

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Gaskins, Willie Monroe

Born January 3, 1890, in Gallivants Ferry, South Carolina. Gaskins was the bookkeeper for the Smithfield Herald when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He was subsequently inducted into the service in August 1918 and served with the 56th Pioneer Infantry until honorably discharged in July 1919. He served overseas from September 1918 to June 1919.

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Gaston Bullock Means

Born July 11, 1879, near Concord, North Carolina. Means was a notorious criminal in his day, having worked for the Germans during World War I and eventually being brought up on murder charges in 1917.

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Gaston David Blalock

Born November 2, 1874, in Stanly County, North Carolina. Blalock was a farmer, sheriff of Stanly County for two terms, and was periodically supervisor of prison camps. In September 1919, Sheriff Blalock was dispatched to the Wiscassett Mills to disarm picketers. The confrontation turned into a shoot-out, with Blalock being wounded in the fray.

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Gentry, John Henry

Born February 22, 1881, in Jefferson, North Carolina. Gentry was a farmer and merchant in the Lansing community of Ashe County when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917.

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Geo. C. Goodman & Co.

Geo. C. Goodman & Company, prescription druggists, in Mooresville, N.C.

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George Allen Holderness

Born June 15, 1867, in Caswell County, North Carolina. A prominent businessman and banker, Holderness was twice elected to the state senate, winning his seat in 1916 and 1918. 

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George Anson, 1st Baron Anson

George Anson (1697-1762) was a Royal Navy officer. He participated in various wars: War of Spanish Succession (1701-1714), War of Quadruple Alliance (1718-1720), War of Jenkin's Ear (1739-1748), and War of Austrian Succession (1740-1748).  During the War of Jenkin's Ear, he and his fleet circumnavigated the globe.  During the Seven Years War, he became the First Lord of the Admiralty. He is the namesake of Anson County, North Carolina.

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George B. Wilcox

Major in US Army; commanded a detachment of men from Camp Polk during an attempted lynching in Winston-Salem in November 1918. Rode with Theodore Roosevelt's Rough Riders and took part in the charge up San Juan Hill in 1897. Helped put down IWW raids in Arizona in 1918. Was part of Army forces that curtailed "Apache uprisings" in the west.

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George Bledsoe

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

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George Brandon

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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George Brown

from Bladen County

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George Edwin Biddix

Born May 19, 1882, in McDowell County, North Carolina. From 1912 to 1922, Biddix was an employee, and later foreman, at the Tallassee Power Company plant at Badin, North Carolina. During an investigation launched by the governor's office in 1919, it was alleged that Biddix often physically beat the African American employees under his supervision. He was a member of the Albemarle police department from 1932 until his retirement due to medical issues in the fall of 1950. 

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George Gillett Thomas

Born July 14, 1848, in Tarboro, North Carolina. Thomas was a physician in Wilmington, North Carolina. During World War I, he served on the state's eastern district exemption board.

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George Grant Gatley

Born September 10, 1868, in Portland, Maine. Gatley was a career army officer who during World War I served as commander of the 55th Field Artillery Brigade and, later in the war, the 67th Field Artillery Brigade.

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George Grant Scott

Born December 2, 1869, in Virginia. Scott was a lead certified public accountant in Charlotte, North Carolina. He served as the director of the Division of Accounts in the State Department of Revenue from 1934 to his death in 1936. He was the father of Hollywood star Randolph Scott.

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George Grenville

Treasurer of the Navy (1754-1761) and Prime Minister of Great Britain (1763-1765).

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George Herbert Smith

Born May 14, 1857, in Scotland Neck, North Carolina. Smith was a prominent businessman connected with a variety of establishments in Wilmington, North Carolina, including the Smith and Gilchrist firm, the Acme Manufacturing Company, and the Cape Fear Packing Company. 

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George Holt Person