Wilson Daily Times, 9 September 1948.
In the 1920 census of Wilson, Wilson County: Jarot Langley, 40, blacksmith at wagon factory; wife Lydia, 38; and children Hattie, 15, Thedore, 14, Marie, 12, Carnell, 7, Ruline, 6, Alcestus, 4, and Oris, 2.
In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 901 Viola, owned and valued at $4000, grocery store merchant Jarrette J. Langley, 49; wife Mary, 43; and children Ivary, 21, public school teacher, grocery store delivery boy Esmond, 18, Ruttena, 16, Alcesta, 14, and Eunice, 8.
In the 1930 Hill’s Wilson, N.C., city directory: Langley Ivary (c) tchr Stantonsburg St Graded Sch r 910 Viola
On 22 May 1938, Spencer J. Satchell, 28, of Hampton, Virginia, son of S.J. Satchell and Julia Satchell, married Ivary Langley, 28, of Wilson, daughter of J.J. Langley and Mary Langley, at 901 East Viola Street, Wilson. M.S. Gilliam Jr. applied for the license, and Presbyterian minister O.E. Sanders performed the ceremony in the presence of Rosa L. Williams, Malcolm D. Williams, and J.J. Langley.
In the 1940 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 901 Viola Street, retail grocer Jarrette J. Langley, 60; wife Mary, 60; daughter Orris, 21; Virginia-born son-in-law Spencer Satchell, 29, teacher; and daughter Ivory, 30, teacher.
Ivary Satchell died 7 September 1948 at Lincoln Hospital, Durham, North Carolina. Per her death certificate, she was born 16 October 1909 in Wilson County to J.J. Langley and Lydia Savage; was married to S.J. Satchell; lived 901 Viola Street; and was buried in the Masonic Cemetery, Wilson.