Wilson Daily Times, 1 October 1935.
Frank Savage, 21, of Wilson, son of George and Harriet Savage, married Rena Woodard, 18, of Wilson, daughter of Fannie Woodard, in Wilson on 28 January 1907.
In the 1910 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: on Viola Street, odd jobs laborer Frank Savage, 25; wife Serina, 22, cook; and daughters Marthy, 3, and Eva, 10 months.
In the 1925 Hill’s Wilson, N.C., city directory: Savage Rena (c) dom h 211 Manchester
In the 1928 Hill’s Wilson, N.C., city directory: Savage Rena (c) cook h 609 Viola
Eva Gray Savage died 17 March 1928 in Wilson. Per her death certificate, she was 18 years old; was born in Wilson to Frank Savage of Edgecombe County and Serena Woodard of Wilson County; was a student; and was buried in Rountree cemetery. Serena Savage, 621 Viola Street, was informant.
In the 1930 Hill’s Wilson, N.C., city directory: Savage Rena (c) cook h 1203 Washington. Also, Savage Hallie (c) student h 1203 Washington; Savage Mollie (c) student h 1203 Washington; and Savage Vedford (c) sch tchr h 1203 Washington
Elias Lucas, 22, of Toisnot, son of Haywood and Cora Lucas, married [Martha] Bedford Savage, 23, of Wilson, daughter of Frank Savage of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and Serina Savage of Wilson, on 6 July 1930 at the bride’s residence in Wilson. Presbyterian minister J.T. Douglas performed the ceremony in the presence of Cora Lucas, Serina Savage and Mellie O. Savage.
Serena Savage died 29 September 1935 in Wilson. Per her death certificate, she was 49 years old; was married to Frank Savage; was born in Wilson County to Matthew Barnes and Fannie Woodard; lived at 1203 Washington Street; and was buried in Wilson.