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H. E. Lindsay

From Columbia, SC; chairman of a committee who submitted to Gov Bickett a resolution demanding action in response to an attempted lynching

Hackett, Frank Dobbin

Born June 14, 1857, in North Carolina. Hackett was an attorney who held several public offices, including mayor of North Wilkesboro, deputy collector for the Internal Revenue Service, and State Bank examiner. During World War I, he served as secretary of the Wilkes County Council of Defense.

Hadassie Clarice Foster Guthrie

Born July 3, 1901, in North Carolina. In 1920, Foster provided testimony in an investigation into an attempted lynching in Alamance County. She married Henry Clayborn Guthrie, a combat veteran of the 115th Machine Gun Battalion, in June 1921.

Hampton Thomas Medford

Resident of Louisville KY in Aug 1919

Hampton, Frank Armfield

Born March 9, 1884, in Hamptonville, North Carolina. Hampton was an attorney in Rocky Mount who served as the executive secretary of United States Senator Furnifold M. Simmons from 1917 to 1930.

Hampton, John P.

Born May 15, 1868, in Ashe County, North Carolina. Hampton was a prominent farmer in the Horse Creek community of Ashe County.

Handy, Frederick Chaille

Born May 23, 1875, in Richmond, Virginia. Handy served as a special agent in Greensboro, and later agent-in-charge of the Carolinas, for the Department of Justice from November 1917 to about 1923. In 1938, Handy was appointed by Gov. Clyde Hoey to be the first director of the newly-organized North Carolina State Bureau of Investigation and was charged with building out the agency.

Hardee John Stockard

Born September 7, 1878, in Alamance County, North Carolina. Stockard was working as a deputy sheriff for Alamance County when in July 1920 a mob attempted to break the county jail and lynch three men accused of sexual assault. 

Hardy Rise Jernigan

He lived in Johnston County and signed a letter of petition to Arthur Dobbs about the need for another justice in their section of the county.

Harold F. Smith

Smith was the editor and publisher of the "American Soldier" magazine in Chicago, Illinois.

Harold Smith Beers

Born December 31, 1881, in New York. Beers was superintendent of the electrical department at the Tallassee Power Company plant in Badin, North Carolina. He later worked for Alcoa in Tennessee.

Harrell, Herbert Bascomb

Born September 24, 1893, in Weldon, North Carolina. Harrell was an attorney in Weldon.

Harris, Fletcher Reese

Born September 25, 1859, in Granville County, North Carolina. Fletcher was a physician in Henderson, North Carolina. He was an advocate of eugenics as a means to protect the "Anglo Saxon race."

Harris, Peter Charles

Born November 10, 1865, in Kingston, Georgia. Harris was a West Point graduate and career military officer who served as the Adjutant General of the Army from September 1, 1918, to August 31, 1922.

Harry Emmons Reid

Born October 9, 1877, in North Carolina. Reid was the proprietor of the Reid Hardware Company in Lincolnton who served as the chairman of the Lincoln County Exemption Board during World War I.

Harry Gambol Walker

Born August 22, 1889, in Creswell, North Carolina. At the time of the June 1917 registration drive for military service during World War I, Walker was twenty-seven years old with no dependents and was employed as a general manager of his father’s (Augustus G. Walker’s) store. He had prior military service as a commissioned officer in the North Carolina naval reserves.

Harry Page

He was captain of the Lincoln Home Guard Company, which unit was called out to Charlotte in August 1919 to assist in enforcing order during a labor uprising.

Harry Thomas Cory

Born May 27, 1870, in Montmorenci, Indiana. Cory was a renowned engineer in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Immediately following World War I, Cory was dispatched to North Carolina and other southern states by Secretary of the Interior Franklin K. Lane to identify ideal locations for soldier resettlement communities.

Harry West Whedbee

Born in Hertford, North Carolina, on September 22, 1872. Whedbee began his law career as an attorney in Greenville, North Carolina, and later attained a judgeship on the North Carolina Superior Court, which he held from 1910 to 1920.

Harry Wills Weeks

Born December 8, 1893, in Pinehill, North Carolina. During World War I, Weeks served with Battery E of the 47th Artillery of the Coastal Artillery Corps from April 1917 to February 1919.

Harvey J. Haywood

Born in Raleigh, North Carolina, on November 4, 1893. Haywood was the son of David Haywood, longtime chief butler at the Executive Mansion. He joined Company E of the 24th Infantry on March 2, 1915, and, under the command of Gen. John J. Pershing, pursued Francisco "Pancho" Villa into Mexico as part of the "Punitive Expedition" during the Mexican border crisis in 1916. During US involvement in World War I, Haywood served stateside and was promoted twice, reaching the rank of corporal in August 1918. Following the armistice, Haywood re-enlisted and moved with the 24th to Fort Benning, Georgia. He remained there as a member of the 24th up through 1940 and retired from the service with the rank of staff sergeant. Haywood is buried in the Ft. Benning Post Cemetery.

Hayden Clement

Born September 25, 1879, in Mocksville, North Carolina. Clement was an attorney in Salisbury, North Carolina.

Hayes, Thomas Henry

Born September 15, 1881. Hayes was a resident of Wilmington, North Carolina, when he registered for the draft (World War I) in September 1918. He was the president of the Fisheries Products Co., which produced fertilizer products.

Haynes, Joseph Walter

Born June 20, 1881, in Haywood County, North Carolina. Haynes was an attorney in Asheville, North Carolina, who served as attorney for the county commissioners during the World War I era.

Headley Morris Cox

Born March 21, 1882, in South Carolina. Cox was president of the Citizens' Bank of Mount Olive.

Hennery Delon

8th Captain

Henry Bouquet

A British Army officer, the Swiss-born Henry Bouquet (1719-1765) joined the Royal American Regiment in 1754. During the Seven Years War (also known as the French and Indian War), Bouquet participated in the attack on Fort Duquesne. He is best known for his victory at the Battle of Bushy Run.  Later promoted to brigadier general, he led the British forces in the southern colonies. 

Henry Bowman Foy

Born November 20, 1865, in Beaufort, South Carolina. Foy was a clerk for 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.

Henry Branson Varner

Born April 12, 1870, in Davidson County, North Carolina. Varner was a prominent and politically powerful citizen of Lexington, serving as the Chairman of the State Prison Board during the administration of Gov. Thomas W. Bickett, president of state and national editorial associations, and as state labor and printing commissioner. He owned and operated movie theaters and was the owner of the Lexington Dispatch.

Henry Charles Menzies

Born November 5, 1873, in Old Fort, North Carolina. Menzies was a veteran of World War I and physician in the town of Hickory, North Carolina.

Henry Clement Satterfield

Born March 8, 1882, in Person County, North Carolina. A longtime resident of Durham, North Carolina, Satterfield was engaged in the lumber industry, eventually working his way up to president of the Cary Lumber Company.

Henry Edward Cowan Bryant

Born January 3, 1873, in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Bryant was a journalist who wrote for the Charlotte Observer, the Missoulian (Montana), the New York World (Washington, D.C.), and the Boston Herald.

Henry Edwin McPherson

Born November 30, 1874, in Alamance County, North Carolina. McPherson provided testimony during an investigation into an attempted July 1920 lynching at Graham, North Carolina.

Henry Ellis

He was the second royal governor of Georgia from 1757 to 1760.

Henry Fane

Henry Fane was born October 16, 1703 and died May 31, 1777. He was appointed one of the chief clerks of the Board of Treasury in 1742 and held the post until July 1764. In 1756 he was appointed a clerk of the Privy Council.

Henry Forster

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.

Henry Fox, Baron Holland of Foxley
Henry Groves Connor

Born July 3, 1852, in Wilmington, North Carolina. Connor was a legislator and jurist who served on the North Carolina Supreme Court from 1903 until 1909 when he left to accept an appointment by President William H. Taft to the judgeship of the United States District Court in the Eastern District of North Carolina.

Henry Harvey Whitehead

Born February 18, 1894, in Chatham County, North Carolina. Whitehead was a farmer in Pittsboro, North Carolina, when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He was inducted into the service in October of that year and served in the 318th Machine Gun Battalion and 1st C Artillery Park. From September 1918 to August 1919, Whitehead was deployed overseas. He was honorably discharged from the service on August 10, 1919.

Henry Hunter

He signed a letter of petition to Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother and Oliver Wallace who were accused of horse stealing and sentenced to death.

Henry J. Faison

Born January 31, 1857, in Faison, North Carolina. Faison was a farmer in Duplin County, North Carolina.

Henry Jackson Hunt

Born February 11, 1869, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Hunt was a career army officer who served in the Spanish-American War, the Philippines, and in World War I. He retired with the rank of colonel and is interred in Arlington National Cemetery.

Henry Legge Person
Henry McCulloh
Henry Nicholson

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

Henry Osborn

An Admiral in the British Navy, Osborn , who helped restore the British Navy's reputation after some earlier defeats in the Seven Years War.

Henry Pelham
Henry Pinckney McCain

Born January 23, 1861, in Carroll County, Mississippi. McCain was a career army officer who served as, among many other roles, Adjutant General of the United States Army from 1914 to 1918.

Henry Purefoy Whitehurst

Born December 7, 1887, in New Bern, North Carolina. Whitehurst was an attorney in New Bern.

Henry Quincy Alexander

Born August 22, 1853, in Statesville, North Carolina. Alexander was a physician, farmer, and state legislator (elected in 1903 and 1905) who served as president of the North Carolina Farmers Union from 1908 to 1919.