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Katherine Margaret Brew Vaughn

Born October 22, 1872, in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Kate Vaughn (née Brew) was a journalist, home economics expert, and social worker. During her time in North Carolina, she served as a cooking school coordinator for the Raleigh-based News and Observer, dietician for the State College of Agriculture and Engineering (now North Carolina State University), and as director of the Bureau of Infant Hygiene within the State Board of Health. She resigned from this latter post in November 1919 and moved to California to pursue a career with the newspaper industry.

Keel, Dennis Fleet

Born March 17, 1890, in Farmville, North Carolina. Keel was a dental surgeon in the Scotland Neck community of Halifax County 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 Medical Department of the army at Camps Greenleaf and Sevier until honorably discharged on January 31, 1919.

Keelin, James Nathaniel

Born January 10, 1894, in Davidson County, Tennessee. Keelin was the deputy clerk of the superior court in Wake County, North Carolina, when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. In August 1917, he was selected to serve as the secretary of the Eastern District Exemption Board.

Keen, Alma Faye Pierce

Born November 1, 1892, in North Carolina. Keen, nee Pierce, married Lonnie Calvin Keen on December 27, 1917.

Keen, Lonnie Calvin

Born February 1, 1892, in Four Oaks, North Carolina. Keen was a salesman for the R. C. Lassiter Company in the Four Oaks community of Johnston County when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. 

Kevin Marchant

He also signed a petition requesting a Justice of the Peace be assigned to Currituck County after the previous justice was moved out of the county.

Killebrew, James Churchill

Born May 16, 1880, in Tarboro, North Carolina. Killebrew was a farmer in Penelo, North Carolina.

Kimberly Barrett
King George II
King George III
King Hagler

He was the chief of the Catawba from 1754 to 1763.  He was also known as Arataswa or Oroloswa.  He earned a reputation of being a great negotiator.

King's Council
King, Elbert Armlin

Born August 22, 1889, in Acme, North Carolina. King was a clerk at the Acme Store Co in Acme when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He was subsequently inducted into the service in September 1917 and served with the 322nd Infantry until honorably discharged on account of a surgeon's certificate of disability on January 21, 1918. He was called to service again in August 1918 but it is unclear if he was ever formally reinducted. 

Kirkpatrick, Thomas Leroy

Born May 3, 1877, in Mecklenburg County, North Carolina. Kirkpatrick was an attorney in Charlotte who served as chairman of the Charlotte Exemption Board during World War I.

Kitchin, John Arrington

Born May 3, 1871, in Scotland Neck, North Carolina. Kitchin, a farmer in Scotland Neck, was the brother of former governor William Walton Kitchin and U. S. Representative Claude Kitchin.

Knott, L. D.

Special Agent of the Department of Justice in 1918

Knox, Augustus Washington

Born May 6, 1849, in St. Louis, Missouri. Knox was a physician in Raleigh, North Carolina. He taught at the Leonard Medical School (part of Shaw University) and the medical school at the University of North Carolina. Additionally, he was a trustee of Rex Hospital and president of the North Carolina Medical Society.

Kramer, Harry Clifford

Born December 24, 1872, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Kramer was an attorney from Camden, New Jersey, who served as an executive officer in the office of Provost Marshal General Enoch H. Crowder during World War I. His work pertained mainly to the administration of the selective service act.

Kurt H. Debus
Kuykendall, James Stuart

Born September 8, 1871, in West Virginia. Kuykendall was a realtor in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, who served as the secretary of the Winston-Salem Exemption Board.