Wilson Daily Times, 5 April 1944.
The deceased was Luvenia Pierce‘s daughter Sandora Powell.
In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: Levenia Pierce, 36, divorced, hotel maid; daughter Sandora Pierce, 19, farm laborer; granddaughter Clara Pierce, 22 months; son-in-law Cesar Williams, 20, hotel bellboy; daughter Darthy L. Williams, 16; grandson Boyed L. Williams, 7 months; Estelle Butler, 30, cook; and John Kitchen, 30, barber.
On 8 September 1934, Moses Powell, 26, of Goldsboro, N.C., son of Eddie and Mollie Powell, married Sandora Moses, 23, of Goldsboro, daughter of Oliver and Lavinia Moses, in Nashville, Nash County, N.C.
Sandora Powell died 12 April 1944 at Mercy Hospital, Wilson. Per her death certificate, she was born 29 December 1911 in Wilson to Oliver Moses and Louvenia Pierce; was single; lived at 317 Hackney Street; worked as a domestic; and was buried in Rountree Cemetery.