Wilson Daily Times, 7 August 1914.
This 1914 notice of impending sheriff’s sale for non-payment of property taxes included these African-Americans:
- Charlotte Aycock — in the 1900 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Ash Street, teacher Charlotte Aycock, 29, widow; niece Gertrude Jourdin, 10, dressmaker (?); and servant Any Williams, 20, cook.
- H.R. Barnes (or Baines)
- John A. Barnes
- H.G. Barnes
- Ed Barnes
- Winnie Best — in the 1910 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Grace Street, Winnie Best, 66; son Isaac, 28, odd jobs; and daughter Mary, 25, house servant.
- Arch Bynum — in the 1910 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Sugg Street, Arch Bynum, 37; wife Lillie, 31; and children Nnes, 11, Junis, 7, George, 4, Rena, 2, and Ressie, 6 months.
- Ella Woodard Bynum — in the 1910 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: laundress Ella Woodard, 28, and children Willie J., 9, Oscar, 4, Mary L., 3, and Jesse B., 1.
- John Reid
- Emma Dunston
- Isaac C. Fields — perhaps, in the 1880 census of Cross Roads township, Wilson County: farmer Washington Fields, 30; wife Julia, 35; and children Renda, 12, Penninah, 11, Jane, 9, Christany, 8, London, 6, William, 5, and twins Isaac and Jacob, 3.
- Chas. B. Gay — Charles B. Gay.
- Dr. M.S. Gilliam — Matthew S. Gilliam.
- Garfield Grantham — in the 1912 Hill’s Wilson, N.C., city directory: Grantham Garfield (c) carp h Carolina nr Vick
- Amos Hines — in the 1900 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: Amos Hines, 32; wife Sarah, 28; and sons Ashley, 7, Branch, 4, and George D., 1.
- Ed Hinnant
- Jeff Holoway — in the 1916 Hill’s Wilson, N.C., city directory: Holloway Jeff (c) 316 (423) South
- P.P. Johnson
- T.D. Johnson
- W.A. Johnson
- Levi Jones
- Lottie Marlowe
- L.A. Moore — Lee A. Moore.
- Plummer Pittman — in the 1900 census of Gardners township, Wilson County: Hariette Pittman, 40; children Minnie, 20, Plummer, 19, Haywood, 10, Herbert, 7, and Effie, 4; and grandchild Bessie, 7.
- J.W. Rogers — John W. Rogers.
- Jane Sutton (or Sutzer) — Mary Jane Taylor Henderson Sutzer.
- Jordan Taylor
- Chas. P. Thomas
- Nathan Weaver — in the 1910 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: on Stantonsburg Road, Nathan Weaver, 35; wife Sallie, 30; and children Doretha, 9, Mable, 7, Frank, 6, Louis, 2, and Sallie, 4 months.
- Louis Williams — in the 1920 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Reid Street, Fred Owens, 32, public ditcher; wife Lula, 31; and boarder Lewis Williams, 52, house carpenter.
- White Williams — in the 1910 census of Toisnot township, Wilson County: farmer White Williams, 55; wife Elisa, 43; and children Mearicie, 23, Bill, 18, John, 15, Walter, 14, Ephraim, 9, July, 5, and Sarah, 3.
- Berry Williams — in the 1910 census of Wilson, Wilson County: laborer Berry Williams, 51, and wife Penny, 39.
- Nancy Woodard (F.A.W.)
- Nancy Woodard (Ned Barnes)
- Lula B. White
- C. Mack Wells
Old Fields township
- Jessie Howard
- Geo. Taylor, Adm. Geo. Howard
- Chas. Braswell — in the 1910 census of Toisnot township, Wilson County: odd jobs laborer Charlie Braswell, 23, and Pauline, 24.
- Frank Hodge
- J. Barnes
- Jane M. McCoy
- Calvin Dixon