From the 1939 edition of The Eagle, the yearbook of North Carolina College for Negroes [now North Carolina Central University.]
- James Anderson Holden
In the 1920 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 703 Lodge Street, bricklayer Edd Holden, 36; wife Gussie, 30; and children Carrie, 15, Anderson, 12, David, 8, Roy Lee, 6, Russell, 3, and Thurman, 1.
In the 1930 Wilson city directory: Holden Anderson (c), driver Independent Elec Ice Co, r 703 S Lodge.
- Carl Frederick Reid
In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: banker Judge D. Reid, 52, public school principal Elnora Reid, 50, sons Fredrick, 17, and Herbert, 14, and lodger Edwin D. Fisher, 36, a studio photographer. The house was owned free of mortgage and valued at $6000.
Carl Frederick Reid registered for the World War II draft in Washington, D.C. Per his draft card, he was born 12 September 1912 in Wilson, N.C.; resided at 535 Florida Avenue, N.W., Washington, D.C.; his contact was mother Eleanor P. Reid, 600 East Green Street, Wilson; and he was employed by the federal government.
Carl F. Reid died in March 1982 in Washington, D.C.
- Beulah Bowens
In the 1920 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 710 Manchester, oil mill laborer Jacob Bowens, 24; wife Flossie, 25; and children James, 2, and Bulah, 1.
In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 709 Stantonsburg, school janitor Jake Bowens, 36; wife Lossie, 33; and children James, 12, Beulah C., 11, Jacob Jr., 9, Frances L., 6, and Hoover C., 1; plus mother Sabrina Cobbs, 50.
Beulah Bowens Fuller died 22 February 1997 in New York.
- Alice W. Jones
- Charles B. Lassiter