Wilson Daily Times, 24 April 1923.
In the 1900 census of Falkland township, Pitt County: farmer Jack Rountree, 49; wife Lucy, 27; and children Julius, 5, Daisy E., 2, and Cora, 2 months; sisters Marcela, 23, Cora, 24, and Ella Bargeron, 26; and boarder Jacob Worthan, 18.
In the 1910 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: on Saratoga Road, farmer Jack Rountree, 53; wife Lucy, 35; and children Junius, 15, Delzel, 12, Cora Lee, 10, John H., 7, James, 6, Mable, 4, and Gollie May, 1.
On 14 September 1916, Julius R. Rountree, 21, of Wilson, son of Jack and Lucy Rountree, married Cora Gear, 19, of Wilson, daughter of John Bridgers and Emma Gear, in Wilson.
In 1917, Julius Rountree registered for the World War I draft in Wilson County. Per his registration card, he was born 4 March 1895 in Greenville, N.C.; worked as a mechanic for Samuel Vick; and had a wife and child.
In the 1920 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: on Old Stantonsburg Road, farmer Jack Rountree, 57; wife Lucile, 47; son Julius, 24; daughter-in-law Lida, 23; sons John Henry, 17, and Jesse, 16; and daughters Mabel, 14, and Ola May Rountree, 10, and Cora Farmer, 19.
In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 223 New Bern Street, owned and valued at $1800, plasterer Junious Rountree, 34; wife Lyda, 32; and sons John, 14, and Joulious, 5.
Julius Roundtree died 1 November 1942 in Durham, N.C. Per his death certificate, he was born 3 November 1922 in Wilson to Julius Roundtree of Pitt County and Lydia Boatwright of Mullins, S.C.; was single; lived at 112 Whitted Street, Durham; worked as a plasterer; and was buried in Rest Haven Cemetery.
Julius Rountree died 18 August 1945 at his home at 1001 Lincoln Street, Wilson. Per his death certificate, he was born 4 March 1896 in Pitt County to Jack Rountree of Guilford County, N.C., and Lucille Barghan of Pitt County; worked as a plasterer for William Wilkins; and was a World War I veteran. He was buried in Rest Haven Cemetery.
Lydia Rountree died 16 June 1971 in Wilson. Per her death certificate, she was born 29 May 1898 in South Carolina to Collins Boatwright and Dinah Blaine; was a widow; lived at 1201 Lincoln Street, Wilson; and was a retired teacher. She was buried in Rest Haven Cemetery.
John H. Rountree died 19 March 1983 in Hampton, Virginia. Per his death certificate, he was born 15 May 1915 in North Carolina to Julius Rountree and Cora Gibb; lived in Newport News, Virginia; worked as a plasterer; and was divorced. He was buried at Culpeper National Cemetery, Culpeter, Virginia.