The mayor honors elders.

Wilson Daily Times, 1 May 1980.

  • Naomi S. Hunter

In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 602 Viola Street, Samuel Sweny, 53, painter, and children Neoma, 17, Laney, 15, Easter, 13, Gracy, 12, John H., 10, and George P., 7.

In the 1930 Hill’s Wilson, N.C., city directory: Swinney Saml (c) pntr h 602 Viola; also, Swinney Naomi (c) student h 602 Viola

On 13 August 1935, Talmon Hunter, 24, of Wilson County, son of Will and Callie Hunter, married Noami Swinney, 22, of Wilson County, daughter of Samuel and Georgia Swinney, in Nashville, Nash County, North Carolina.

In the 1940 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 606 East Green, Talmon Hunter, 29, Hamilton Funeral undertaker, and wife Naomi, 27, private nurse.

George Cleo Swinney  registered for the World War II draft in 1942. Per his registration card, he was born 15 April 1923 in Wilson County; lived at 602 East Viola; his contact was Naomi Hunter, 11 1/2 North Pender Street; and he worked for Thurston Motor Line, Wilson.

In the 1950 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 311 1/2 Pender, Talmon Hunter, 39, assistant funeral home director; wife Naomi, 37, house cleaner; and son Joseph, 17.

Naomi Swinney Hunter died 31 December 1986 in Chapel Hill, Orange County, North Carolina.

  • Fannie Harris

In the 1930 census of Taylor township, Wilson County: James Harris, 53; wife Fanny, 43; children James, 20, Robert, 17, Annie L., 13, Bennie, 8, Albert, 6, Jimmie J., 3, and Dolpha M., 1; and orphan Eddie B. Taylor, 6.

In the 1940 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: James Harris, 63; wife Fanny, 55; and children Benjamin, 17, Albert, 16, Dorothy, 13, Jimmie, 12, and Eddie B., 16.

In the 1950 census of Black Creek township, Wilson County: widow Fanny Harris, 55; children Jimmie, 23, and Dorthy, 22; sister Louise Haster, 64, widow; nieces Evon, 4, and Lenda Fay Harris, 1; and grandchildren James R., 9, and Jearldine Harris, 10.

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