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Wilson Daily Times, 1 November 1910.

In the 1900 census of Wilson, Wilson County: cook Susan Jones, 42; her children William E., 23, tobacco stemmer, Levi H., 22, barber, Charles T., 20, tobacco stemmer, Butler E., 19, tobacco stemmer, Mary J., 15, Nancy A., 11, Luther, 8, and Harvey L., 2, plus niece Arnetta Sexton, 8.

On 9 May 1903, Levi H. Jones married Fannie L. McCowan in Wilson. Rev. Fred M. Davis, a Missionary Baptist minister, performed the ceremony and Josh L. Taborn, Hardy Tate Jr., and Lucy G. Lewis served as witnesses.

In the 1910 census of Wilson, Wilson County: Levi Jones, 32, barber, with sister Nancy, 24, brothers Butler, 28, house carpenter, and Harvey, 12, and mother, Susan Jones, 50.

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Wilson Daily Times, 10 January 1911.

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Wilson Daily Times, 30 June 1911.

On 30 October 1912, Levi Jones married Tempsey Robbins in Wilson.

In 1918, Levi Hunter Jones registered for the World War I draft. He reported that he had been born 13 April 1877 in Hertford County. His nearest relative was wife Tempsey Jones. He had brown eyes and black hair and was described as tall and of medium build.

In the 1920 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Pender Street, barber Levi Jones, 41, wife Tempsie, 25, and brother-in-law Wilbert Robbins, 20, a grocery salesman.

In the 1940 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 114 Pender Street, barber Levi Jones, 64, and wife Tempsie, 45.

Levi Hunter Jones died 1 March 1961 at Mercy Hospital in Wilson.


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