The end of an article about the history of Wilson Fire Department included this nod to the Red Hots, a volunteer company.
Wilson Daily Times, 29 July 1921.
- B.J. Mincey — Benjamin Mincey.
- Will Farmer
- Jim Crocker — James W. Crocker.
- G.W. Coppedge — George W. Coppedge.
- Elton Thomas
- Louis Thomas
- W.J. Howell — William J. Howell.
- Richmond Pender
- W.H. Kittrell — William H. Kittrell.
- Richard Green — Richard Green registered for the World War I draft in 1918. Per his registration card, he was born 15 March 1880; lived at 219 Pender Street; worked as a laborer for Hackney Buggy Company; and his nearest relative was wife Hattie Green.
- J.L. Moore
- George Carney — George T. Carney died 7 July 1958 at his home at 502 Manchester Street, Wilson. Per his death certificate he was born 10 June 1895 in Edgecombe County, N.C., to John Carney and Amanda Freeman; was married to Nonie Carney; and was a laborer.