Pride of Wilson Lodge, No. 484.

  • G.A. Wood — In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 1116 East Nash Street, Methodist minister George A. Wood, 60, and wife Ella, 52. George Albert Wood died 14 December 1949 at the Wilson County Home, where he had resided for 13 years. Per his death certificate, he was born 15 August 1844 in Greene County; was married; was a minister; and resided at 1023 Robertson [Roberson] Street. Informant was Leah Whitaker of Enfield, North Carolina.
  • G.J. Faison
  • Neal Handy — In the 1920 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Black Creek Road, farmer Neal Handy, 33; wife Nellie, 27; and children Suzanne, 7, and Bubba, 4. Neil Alexander Handy died 7 March 1967 at Wilson Memorial Hospital. Per hid death certificate, he was born 30 June 1888 in South Carolina to George Handy and Mary Murphy; worked as a brickmason; and resided at 1089 Manchester Street. Informant was Alexander Handy.
  • J.A. Parker
  • W.B. Washington — William B. Washington died 29 April 1930 in Wilson. Per his death certificate, he resided at 395 Moore Street; was married to Louisa Washington; was born 28 March 1876 in Florence, South Carolina, to George and Lucy Washington; and worked as a barber.
  • John McCowan — In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 1203 East Nash, brickmason John B. McCowan, 47, and wife Beatrice, 43. John Bunion McCowan died in 1983.
  • Frank Battle — This is probably the Frank Battle listed in the Wilson city directory of 1928 as: Battle Frank (c; Delphia) firemn h 705 E Nash. Frank Battle died 2 January 1938 at Mercy Hospital. Per his death certificate, he was married to Delphie Ellis Battle; resided as 925 Washington Street; was born October 1887 in Walstonburg, Greene County to Joseph and Selina Battle; and worked as a laborer.
  • William Edwards
  • James Sutton — in the 1920 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Stantonsburg Street, James Sutton, 39, carpenter, and wife Mary, 34.
  • Wiley Rountree — In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 120 Manchester Street, plasterer Wiley Rountree, 37; wife Mary, 37; and children Zula, 14, George, 13, Daisy B., 11, Julius, 10, Joseph, 7, Doris, 5, and Mary J., 2. Wiley Rountree Jr. died 5 July 1970 in Wilson. Per his death certificate, he was born in Georgia on 19 April 1892 to Wiley Rountree Sr. and Martha Dew; resided at 120 Manchester Street; and was married to Julia Barnes Rountree. He was buried in Dew cemetery. Informant was Lula Grimes or Brooklyn, New York.
  • A. Batts — Possibly Amos Batts.
  • Clarence McCullers

“Proceedings of the Fifty-fifth Communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge, F.A.A.M., held at Rocky Mount, North Carolina, December 8-9, 1925,” digitized at Proceedings of the fifty-fifth communication of the Most Worshipful Grand Lodge, F.A.A.M. [database on-line], http://www.ancestry.com.

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