In the 1930 census of Newark, Essex County, New Jersey: doorman Charles S. Alston, 34, wife Lessie, 30, and son Charles W. Alston, 9, with roomer Clarence Wiggins, 33, all born in North Carolina.
In the 1880 census of Wilson, Wilson County: 39 year-old farmer Henry Clark, wife Florah, 38, and children John, 16, Mary J., 14, Ella, 12, Henrietta, 9, Henry, 8, Augustin, 5, Thomas, 3, and Margaret, 10 months.
In the 1920 census of Cordele, Crisp County, Georgia: North Carolina-born Rev. Augustus S. Clark, 46, Alabama-born wife Annie, 40, and Alabama-born adopted daughter Louise, 14. Augustus and Annie were teachers.
In the 1930 census, Cordele, Crisp County, Georgia: A.S. Clark, superintendent of the Gillespie School; wife Annie W., teacher; and K. Louise, 24, teacher.
In the 1910 census of Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina, at South Ashe Street: insurance agent John O’Daniel, 25, wife Ernestine, 19, and son Thurman, 1.
In the 1920 census of Greensboro, Guilford County, North Carolina, at 729 South Ashe Street: widow Margaret Rhodes, 49, daughters Ernestine O’Daniel, 21, and Margaret Williams, 16, grandsons Thurman O’Daniel, 11, John W. O’Daniel, 9, and Robert O’Daniel, 7, plus two boarders.
On 4 June 1935, in Mecklenburg County, Therman Benjamin O’Daniel married Lillian Gertrude Davis. (Their marriage license erroneously describes them as “white.”)
In the 1939 Columbia, South Carolina, city directory:
Fort Valley State University, The Peachite: The Official Organ of Student Expression, Volume 2, Number 3 (1944). http://digitalcommons.fvsu.edu/peachites/3
Fort Valley State University, The Peachite: The Official Organ of Student Expression, Volume 3, Number 2 (1945). http://digitalcommons.fvsu.edu/peachites/4
Foster, Lawrence, ed., The Alumni Directory of Lincoln University (1946).
William Henry Vick was a brother of Samuel Hynes Vick, who was also a Lincoln graduate.
In the 1880 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: gristmill worker Daniel Vick, 38, wife Fannie, 35, and children Samuel, 16, Nettie, 14, Earnest Linwood, 12, Henry, 10, and James O.F., 8, plus Frank O. Blount, 20, and Marcus W. Blount, 26.
The Bulletin of Pharmacy, volume XI (1897).
In the 1910 census of Atlantic City, Atlantic County, New Jersey: druggist William H. Vick, wife Carrie J., 32, daughter Fannie M., 6, and William, 2.
In the 1930 census of Orange, Essex County, New Jersey, at 450 Orange Road: drugstore owner William Vick, 58, wife Carrie, 53, and daughter Fannie, 24, with two boarders. Vick’s home was valued at $10,000.
William H. and Carrie J. Vick are listed in the 1959 city directory of Montclair, New Jersey, at 150 Claremont Avenue.