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CrROIiIHA iHSOt^flHCE GOMPA^lY, 

OF WIUJBIfiaTOfl, fi. c. 

Surplus to Poliey-HoH-^^' M^r^ 1, 1837), $60,794.39. 
STRiCTLkY A Nof^TH Cflf^oniNfl COMPANY. 

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WILMINGTON, N. C. 

City Directory. 




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Atlantic National Ban^<^ 

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Paid ID Capital, $125,000. Suppins and Undivided Proflts, $65,000. 

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E. S. REID, Cashier 

SAVINGS BANK. 

CHATHAM, VA., May 3, 1897. 

!, Richmond, Va. : 

my opinion of the graduates 
iply will say that we have 
;--Mr. Frank Marshall, Jr. -- 

t three years as stenogra- 
jneral assistant, and he has 
1. 

^ht say women, too--who have 
mowledge of stenography, 
ship, stand poor chance of 
ions, and I congratulate you 

doing in qualifying them to 
tments of business men. 
y, E. S. REID, Cashier. 

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A. W. WATSON, 

115 Princess Street, Wilniiugton, N. C, 

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CHINA AND GLASSWARE 



LIBRARY LAMPS, 

PARLOR LAMPS, 

VASES, HQUSEKEEPtlie BOOOS, Its. 

FIRST-CLASS CROCKERY STORE 

IF THE CITY. IT WILL COST YOU NOTHING TO LOOK, SO 
COME SEE FOR YOURSELVES. 

NO. 11 J r BIN C JESS STREET, 



Bartholomay's Rochester Beer 

STANDS AT THE HEAD! 



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Incomparable in 
Flavor. 



V'-^NT 



Invigorating in 
Effect. 




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Appetizing ^ Health 
Giving. 



Unapproachable as 
a Tonic. 



BOTTLED EXPRESSLY FOR FAMILY USE. 



The Best Beer Known. If you try it you 
will drinl<: no other. 



WILMINGTON DEPOT, 420 Nutt Street, 

F. RICHTER, Agent. 



Bartholomay's Rochester Beer 

STANDS AT THE HEAD! 



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Incomparable in 
Flavor. 



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Effect. 










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Appetizing t^ Health 
Giving. 



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Unapproachable as 
a Tonic. 



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BOTTLED EXPRESSLY FOR FAMILY USE. 



The Best Beer Known. If you try it you 
will drink no other. 



WILMINGTON DEPOT, 420 Nutt Street, 

F. RICHTER, Agent. 



J. H. REHDER & CO., 

. . . WHOLESALE AND RJ;TAIL . . . 

Dry, (qood?, Glolhiqg, Bootg, aqd ^Ijoeg 

HATS AND FURNISHING GOODS, CAR- 
PETS, NOTIONS, AND FANCY GOODS. 

. . .JOBBERS OF. . . 

Tinware, Crockery, Glassware, Woodenware, Lamp Goods, Paper Bags, Baskets, Candies, &c. 

617 and 619 N. FOURTH STREET, 

'Phones: Bell 118, Interstate 218. WILMINGTON, N. C. 



INSURE YOUR J "^ERTY 

— — WITH ^ 

WALKKR TAVLOR. 

HE PROTECTS YOUR INTEREST IN CASE OF LOSS. 

Oflace: Foot of Princess St., Corner Water. 

OLD 'PHONES— OFFICE, 62; RESIDENCE, 318. 

FIRE INSURANCE I ACCIDENT INSURANCE ! 



M. W. DIVINE & CO., 

Successors to DIVINE & CHADBOURN. 

Paints, Oils, Glass, Sash, Doors, Blinds, 

Machine and Burning Oils, 

. . . No. :23 MARKET STREET, . . . 

Bell Telephone 136. WILMINGTON, N. C. 



THE 

EVEHIHG DISPATCH. 



The Only Afternoon Paper Published in Wilmington. 



Its Local Circulation is Larger than that 
of both the morning papers combined. 



Advertising Rates 

Will be Made Known on Application. 

To reacli the People of Wilmington and the Sur- 
rounding Country, the 



DISPATCH 



is the paper 

Complete Job Plant in connection with the Paper. 



Subscription Price, - - $3.00 Per Year. 
Office: No. lO Orangr© St. 



J. L HILL PRINTING CO.'S 

DIRECTORY 



OF 



Wilmington, N. C. 



1897. 



Containing a General, Business, and Street Directory, Together with a 
Full List of Post-Offices in Virginia and North Carolina. 



FOR NAMES NOT FOUND ELSEWHERE SEE PAGE 7. 



Price, .$3.00. 



J. L. HILL PRINTING COMPANY^ 

OWNERS AND PUBLISHERS. 

RICHMOND, VA. 



Entered according to Act of Congress in the year 1897, by the J. L. HILL PRINTING COMPANY, in the Office of the 

Libra) ian of Congress, at IVashington. 



RRHI^ATORV REMARKS. 



In presenting this their first number oi the Wilmington City Directory, the pub'ishers have 
had to overcome the prejudices and dissatisfaction of the entire business community, because of the 
very imperfect last issue and the consequent uncertainty and doubt created thereby in the minds 
of the people as to what the character, correctness, and usefulness of the present edition might be. 

The last (1894) Directory was an imperfectly compiled list of names, without business or 
location— only the place of residence being given. In the general part of the present volume will 
be found the name (arranged in strictly alphabetical order), the business, place of business, and 
place of residence; co-partnerships, with names of individual members in parenthesis ; Incorpo- 
rated Companies, with names of officers ; Churches, with pastors' names ; Schools, public or 
private, with principal, and after such names as salesmen, clerks, and others holding official or 
clerical positions, the place where or by whom employed. Following the general will be found 
a complete Business Directory, classified alphabetically by business and name, and name after 
business. Preceding the General Directory will be found much useful and interesting miscella- 
neous matter pertaining to the State and City governments ; Banks, Insurance, and other Incorpo- 
rated Companies; Secret Societies and Beneficial Orders; Churches, etc., etc.; also the Post 
Offices of North Carolina and Virginia, names of streets and their description, and the 'Phone 
Nos. of all the patrons of the Directory. 

Appended will be found the number of names under each letter in the edition of 1894 and 
the present one. It speaks for itself. 





1894. 


1897. 


Increase. 




1894. 


1897. 


Increase. 


A 


96 


195 


99 


O 


41 


57 


16 


B 


533 


85.) 


322 


P 


201 


330 


129 


C 


274 


461 


187 


Q 


14 


25 


11 


D 


218 


312 


94 


R 


193 


317 


124 


E 


80 


153 


73 


S 


. 061 


791 


130 


F 


139 


244 


105 


T 


178 


231 


53 


G 


207 


340 


133 


U 


2 


9 


7 


H 


487 


710 


223 


V 


31 


38 


7 


I 


11 


19 


8 


W 


379 


669 


290 


J 


201 


332 


131 


X 


.... 






K 


102 


191 


89 


Y 


24 


36 


ii 


L 

M 

N 


170 

487 
101 


296 
917 
100 


126 

43 • 

59 


Z 


/ 


5 






4,837 


7,699 


2,862 



The above shows an increase of 2,862 names, or over 59 per cent In the new or recently- 
grown cities of the country, the publishers use as low as 3 in multiplying the number of names in 
the Directory to ascertain the p^>pulation ; in the old cities, S\ to 4J. Taking the smaller one, 3J, 
as a multiplier, we would be given a population of 26,916— all of which we feel quite sure 
Wilmington has. 

In conclusion, we thank all who have assisted us in any way, and particularly those who, 
by their generous patronage, have made the publication a possibility for the future. 

Respectfully, 

J. L. HILL PRINTING COMPANY. \ 

6 



THE CITY OF WILMINGTON has u population of about 25,000. Tt is 
situated on the Cape Kear river, twenty-live miles from its mouth, 
and at the junction of the northwest an<l northeast branches. The har- 
bor is commodious, and is a resort for vessels from all parts of the 
world. A depth ot twenty-two feet on bar and in the river enables a class 
of large vessels to come directly to the wharves and to take on full loads. 

The exports are chieliy cotton, cotton goods, timber, lumber, naval stores, 
and numerous miscellaneous articles. Wilmington ranks as the sixth cotton 
port of the United States, and this product is shipped all over the world. In 
addition to export and domestic shipments otherwise, over thirty-one foreign 
steamships were engaged in 1896 in the transportation of cotton to European 
ports, some of them carrying cargoes of 11,000 or 12,000 bales each. About 
214,000 bales were handled on the Wilmington market in 1896. 

There is a direct steamer line to New York, and a good business is done 
by sailing vessels to all domestic ports. Considerable trade is also conducted 
with the West Indies by sailing vessels and steamships. There are five railroad 
lines reaching the city, besides a short line to the coast, which handles quanti- 
ties of coast products. 

Fish and game are abundant. There are two fine pleasure and health 
resorts on the beach, reached by rail and steamer. This beach is said to be one 
of the finest on eitber side of the continent. 

The soil around Wilmington is most admirably adapted for truck farming, 
for fruit cultivation and for stock and poultry raising. The soil is light and 
loamy, with a strong, rich subsoil of clay, and every kind of vegetable, all the 
small fruits, pears, peaches, plums, watermelons, &c., thrive and are profitably 
grown. The strawberry business alone engages the attention of many farmers, 
while potatoes, asparagus, lettuce, tomatoes, caulifiower, blackberries, whor- 
tleberries, &c., furnish a source of large revenue to truckers. The season 
being about two weeks ahead of Norfolk and following after the Florida crop 
is exhausted, enables an advantageous shipment of products to Northern mar- 
kets, with remunerative prices, while the home market afiPords a good base to 
fall back upon when shipping becomes less profitable. There is first-class rail- 
road service to Northern markets, express trains especially for this business 
being run during the season. 

The exceeding mildness of the winter, the cold weather not exceeding 
two months in duration, makes expensive sheltering of stock unnecessary and 
decreases to a minimum the time during which feeding from the barn is 
required. Grazing is possible during the other ten months, and the native 
grass (crab) furnishes good grazing and makes a fine hay. Raising of poultry 
can also be made successful and lucrative. 

The climate is unusually equable, the means being : For spring, 63.0° ; 
summer, 78.3°; autumn, 64.0°; winter, 48.7°. 

Malignant diseases are unknown. The death rate is abnormally low. 

No city of the South offers better natural and acquired advantages 
for men of energy and enterprise. Nothing is required but thrift to 
control a large and profitable commerce, while an extensive and im- 
portant section of country in the interior would easily be tributary 

to its trade. 

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HE WILMINGTON CHAMBER OF COMMERCE, composed 
of Wilmington's most progressive and active business men, is 
alive to every possibility of advancement of the city's pros- 
perity. Its influence is at the command of all persons 
seeking to establish business enterprises in the city or institu- 
tions of public benefit. 

The Chamber solicits correspondence, and promises the best 
attention to all inquiries made of it. 



JAMES H. CHADBOURN, Jr., President; 

WALKER TAYLOR, First Vice-President ; 

WILLIAM E. WORTH, Second Vice-President. 



ADVBRTISING COMMITTEE. 

M. C. S. NOBLE, Chairman; 

EDWARD S. TENNENT, 

THOMAS F. BAGLEY, 

JAMES H. CHADBOURN, Jr., 
WALKER TAYLOR, 

WILLIAM E. WORTH. 



COMMITTEE ON INFORMATION 

AXO STATISTICS. 

ANDREW J. HOWELL, Jr., Chairman, 

D. C. LOVE, 

W. R. BARKSDALE. 

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Too Lates, Corrections, and Omissions. 



Baltzer Mattie P wid Herman R, 501 
s 5 th 

Bellamy John D Jr (ist), atty at law 
Smith bldg h 112 n 5th 

Bellamy John D Jr (2d) (B & B), h 
212 Nun 

Bellamy John D Jr (3d), correspond- 
ence elk The National Bank of Wil- 
mington h 121 s 2d 

Boatwright Edmund P, bkkpr h 404 
Orange 

French George R, pres Wilmington 
Seacoast R R Co h 302 s 3d cor 
Ann 

Grant R Oscar, genl mngr Wilming- 
ton Seacoast R R Co h Wrightsville 
Sound 

Heide & Co (Alexander S Heide), 
ship brokers 9 s Water 



Jacobs Charles D (J & Marshall), h 

308 McRae 
Jacobs & Marshall (Charles D Jacobs 

and John G Marshall), com mers 

127 Princess 
McCartney J S, plumber 202 Market 
Morris Walter S Jr, messr W U Tel 

Co h 5 10 s Front 
Nortli Carolina Medical Journal (semi- 
monthly), 4j^ Princess R D Jewett 

M D editor 
Storm W E, physician (homo) 222 

Market 
Weatherby Benjamin J (W & Cook- 

sey), h 4th bet Bladen and Harnett 
Weatherby & Cooksey (Benjamin J 

Weatherby and Albert J Cooksey), 

house painters 4th bet Bladen and 

Harnett 



Index to Advertisements. 



Acme Manufacturing Co, fertil- 
izer mnfrs, I lO 
Atlantic National Bank, 

front cover and 261 
Carolina Insurance Co, 

front cover and 2^6 
Divine, M W & Co, paints and oils, 3 
Evening Dispatch (The), R P Mc- 

Clammy propr, 4 

French, George R & Sons, boots 

and shoes, 15 i 

Fuller, B, bill poster, 152 

Haar, George, pianos and organs, 1 59 
Hall, Samuel G, job printer, 160 

Hoen, A & Co, lithographers 

Richmond Va, outside back cover 
Huggins, George W, watchmkr 

and jeweller, 171 

Jenkins, L H, bookbinder Rich- 
mond, 184 
LeGwin Bros, printers and 

binders 184 

Meares, Iredell, atty at law, 196 

Meyer, Leger, merchant tailor, 198 
Moore, Roger, lime, plaster and 

cement, 201 



Morning Star, newspaper, 286 

Niestlie William, druggist, 207 

Nutt, J D, druggist, 287 

O'Connor, D, real estate agt, 209 

Orrell R C, livery stables, 209 

Powers, Gibbs & Co, fertilizers, 215 

Rehder, J H & Co, dry goods, 3 

ReVille, A E, pianos and organs, 219 

Richards, Ernest V, stained glass, 219 

Schnibben, Charles, saloon, 225 

Schnibben & Steljes, saloon, 226 

Smith, Andrew, real estate agt, 231 

Taylor Walker, ins agt, 3 
Tucker, H A & Bro, granite and 

marble yard, 243 
Turrentine, T M, stock, cotton 

and grain broker, 244 
Van Laer, E, pianos and organs, 
Virginia Business College, Rich- 
mond Va, 2 and 285 
Washington Life Insurance Co 

of South Carolina, 286 
Wilmington Model Machine 

Wks, W D C Richardson propr, 287 

Worth & Worth, who grocers, 257 

Yates, C W & Co, booksellers, 259 



Index to Contents. 



Associated Charities, 20 

Banks, 14 

Building Associations, 15 
Business Directory, 261-277 

Catherine Kenneday Home, 20 

Cemeteries, 21 

Chamber of Commerce, 15 

Churches (white), 20 

Churches (colored), 21 

City Government, 12 

Clubs, 16 

County Officers, 11 

Federal Government, 9 

Fire Alarm Boxes, 14 
General Directory, 109-260 

Hospitals, 20 



Jewish Orders, 19 

Military, 16 

Military Associations, 17 

Miscellaneous, 9-24 

Post-Offices — Virginia, 33 

Post-Offices — North Carolina, 57 

Produce Exchange, 16 

Public Schools, i 3 

Savings and Trust Companies, 14 

Secret Societies, ^7-^9 

State Government, 10 

Street Directory,. 22 
Telephone Guide of patrons, opp 109 

Typographical Union, 16 
Wilmington Library Association, 16 

Y. M. C. A., 16 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



FEDERAL GOVERNMENT. 



Prcsidcn t — \V i 1 1 i a m j\ I c K i n 1 e }\ 

Vice-President — Garrett A. Hobart. 

Secretary of State — John Sherman. 

Secretary of Treasury — L. J. Gage. 

Secretary of War — Russell A. Alger. 

Secretary of Navy — John D. Long, 

Secretary of Interior — Cornelius N. 
Bliss. 

Secretary of Agriculture — James 
Wilson. 

Postmaster-General — James A. Gary. 

Attor7iey -General — Joseph McKenna. 

Custom-House. 

(N. Water bet. Market and Princess.) 

Collector of Customs — W. R. Kenan. 

Special Deputy Collector — J. S. 
Worth. 

Deputy Collector and Chief Inspector 
— Edgar G. Parmele. 

Inspectors — E. G. Polley, Thomas 
AI. Morse. 

Special Inspector — T. F. Berry. 

Janitor — Francis A. Montgomery, 

Boatmen — S, R. Ellis, Joel E. Far- 
row. P. C. Tharp, J. S, Sellers. 

Revenue Steamer Morrill. 

(On duty at this station.) 
Captain — H. D. Smith. 
First Lieutenant — J. C. Moore. 
Chief Engineer — W. F. Blakemore. 
Assistajit Engineers — H. D. Glover, 
F. G. Snyder. 

Pilot— \M. A. Snell. 



Post-Office. 

(Government bldg, cor. Front and 
Chestnut.) 

Postmaster — George L. Morton. 

Assistant Postmaster — W. C. Craft. 

Chief Clerk — William Ulrich. 

Money Order Clerk — Miss Mary C. 
Darby. 

Stamp Clerks — Eli H. Davis, L. B 
Southerland. 

Stamp Agent — H. L. Fentress. 

Mail Clerks — John W. Moore, John 
H. Hollo way.'' 

General Delivery Clerk — Miss M. 
Lee Bell. 

Carriers — A. Prempert (chief), John 
W. Neil^ W. G. A. Otersen, John 
Sheenan, W. H. Norwood, G. F. Dixon^ 
Alex. Sampson, B. W. Howard. 

Sub-Carriers — J. E. Hall, J, L. Tel- 
fairf 

Special Delivery Messenger — F. D. 
Irving. 

Custodian Public Building — George 
L. Morton. 

Engineer — J. L. Callihan. 
Janitor — John E. Silva. 
Assistant Ja^iitor — Frank Lafella. 

Cliarwoman — Mrs. Fannie Harker. 

Weather Bureau. 

(Office, 3d floor Post-Office bldg.) 
Local Forecast Official — C. M. Stong. 
Observer — J. F. Newsom, 
Messenger — A. M. Parker, Jr. 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 



Engineer Office. 

(In charge of fortifications and rivers 
and harbors of North Carolina.) 
Officer in Charge — Capt. W. E. 

Craighill, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A. 
Assistant — First Lieutenant Edgar 

Jadwin, Corps of Engineers, U. S. A, 
Clerks — J. C. Lodor, G. H. Sharrer, 

George K. West. 

Messenger — Louis Bel den. 

SUB-OFFICES. 

Soutliport, N. C. — First Lieutenant 
Edgar Jadwin, Corps of Engineers. 

Wilmington — Charles Humphreys, 
assistant engineer ; Robert C. Mer- 
ritt, surveyor; Charles Schuster, 
superintendent. 

Newbern — William Chadbourn, Jr., 
assistant engineer. 

Courts. 

CIRCUIT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT. 

Judge — Charles H. Simonton, 
Charleston, S. C. 

District Attorney — Charles B. 
Aycock, Goldsboro, N. C. 

Marshal— O. J. Carroll, Raleigh. 

Clerk — Nathaniel J. Riddick, Ra- 
leigh. 

Deputy Clerks — Vitruvius Royster, 
Raleigh; William H. Shaw, Wilming- 
ton. 

Circuit Court at Raleigh fourth 
Monday in May and last Monday in 
November; at Wilmington first Mon- 
day after the fourth Monday in April 
and October. 

CIRCUIT COURT WESTERN DISTRICT. 

Circuit Judge — Charles H. Simon- 
ton, Charleston, S. C. 

District Judge — Robert P. Dick, 
Greensboro, N C. 



District Attorney — R. B. Glenn, 
Winston. 

Clerk at CJiarlotte — Henry C. 
Covvles. 

Clerk at State sville — Henry C. 
Cowles. 

Clerk at Greensboro — Samuel L. 
T. Frogdon. 

Circuit and District Courts first 
Monday in April and October at 
Greensboro; third Monday in April 
and October at Statesville; first Mon- 
day in May and November at Ashe- 
ville ; second Monday in June and 
December at Charlotte. 

DISTRICT COURTS. 

Judge — Thomas R. Purnell. Ra- 
leigh. 

District Attorney — Charles B. 
Aycock, Goldsboro. 

Marshal — O. J. Carroll, Raleigh. 

Deputy Marshal — Thomas O. Bunt- 
ing. 

Clerk at Wilmington — William H. 
Shaw. 

Clerk at Elizabeth City — William C. 
Brooks. 

Clerk at Newbern— George Green , Jr. 

District Court at Elizabeth City 
third Monday in April and October; 
at Newbern fourth Monday in April 
and October; at Wilmingion first 
Monday after the fourth Monday in 
April and October. 



STATE GOVERNMENT. 



Executive Department. 

Governor — Daniel L. Russell. 
Lieutenant-Governor — Charles A. 
Reynolds. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



1 1 



Secretary of State — Cyrus Thomp- 
son. 

Auditor — Hal W. Ayer. 

Treasurer — W. H. Worth. 

Superintcndeut of Public Instruc- 
tion — C. H. Mabene. 

Attorney-General — Z. B. Walser. 

Adjutant-Gejieral — F. H. Cameron. 

State Librarian — J. C. Ellington. 

TJie Governor s Council consists of 
the Secretary of State, Treasurer, Au- 
ditor, and Superintendent of Public 
Instruction. 

Supreme Court of North Carolina. 

Chief Justice — \Vm. T. Faircloth, 
Goldsboro. 

Associate Justices — Robert M. Doug- 
lass, Greensboro ; Walter Clark, Ra- 
leigh ; D. M. Furches, Statesville ; 
Walter A. Montgomery, Raleigh. 

Clerk — T. S. Kenan, Raleigh. 

Marshal—^. H. Bradley, Raleigh. 

Reporter — R. T. Gray, Raleigh. 

Meets in Raleigh first Monday in 
February and last Monday in Septem- 
ber. 

Judges of the Superior Court of 
North Carolina. 

First District — G. H. Brown, Wash- 
ington. 

Second District — H. R. Bryan, New- 
bern. 

Third District — A. W. Timberlake, 
Rocky Mount. 

Fo2irth District— \W. S. O. B. Robin- 
son, Raleigh. 

Fifth District-^Spencer B. Adams, 
Yanceyville. 

Sixth District — Oliver H. Allen, 
Kenansville. 



Seventh District — J. D. Mclver, Car- 
thage. 

Eighth District — A. L. Coble, States- 
ville. 

Ninth District — H. R. Starbuck, 
Winston. 

Tenth District — L. L. Green, Boone. 

Eleventh District — W. A. Hoke, 
Lincolnton. 

Txvelfth District — W. L. Norwood, 
Waynesville. 

Criminal Circuit Court. 

Judge — Thomas H. Sutton, Fayette- 
ville. 

Solicitor — M. C. Richardson, Clin- 
ton. 

Court begins first Monday in Janu- 
ary, third Monday in March, third 
Monday in May, third Monday in 
July, third Monday in September, and 
third Monday in November 
Officers New HanoVer County. 

Sheriff — Elijah Hewlett. 

Chief Deputy— Q. Z. French. 

Assistant Deputies — W. W. Kino- 
Patrick Flynn. 

Clerk Superior Court — John D. Ta}'- 
lor. 

Deputy Clerk Superior Court — Pres- 
ton Gumming. 

Register of Deeds — Charles W. Nor-, 
wood. 

Deputy Register — A. L. Manly. 

Treasurer — Jas. H. Chadbourn, Jr. 

Coroner — David Jacob. 

Constable — Buchanan C. Wrights 
County Commissioners. 

Colonel F. W. Foster, chairman ; 
F. J. Dempsey, Roger Moore, Jordan 
Nixon, W. F. Alexander. 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 



Clerk of Board of Audit and Fi- 
nance of County Commissioners — Chas. 
W. Norwood. -- 

Janitor of Co7irt-Honse — John W. 
Galloway. 

Superintendent of Public Instrnction 
—Professor M. C. S. Noble. 

County Work-House. 

(On VV. & W. Ry., about two miles 

from city.) 

Superintendent — Thomas A. Wat- 
son. 

City and County Almshouse. 
(Two miles from city on W. & W. Ry.) 

Superintendent — Thomas A. Wat- 
son. 

Physician— T>r. William D. McMil- 
lan. 

CITY GOVERNMENT. 



Mayor — Dr. Silas P. Wrig'nt. 
Clerk, Treasurer, and! ax Collector — 
F. B. Rice. 

First Assistant — John E. Taylor. 
Second Assistant — William Struth- 



ers. 



Clerk of Board of Audit aiid Finance — 
John Cowan. 

Clerk of Police or Mayor's Court — 
Jos. M. King, Jr. 

Superintendent of Health — Dr. W. 
D. McMillan. 

Police Department. 

Chief of Police— ]ohn R. Melton. 

First Lieutenant — Robert Green. 

First Sergeant — Thomas B. Thayer. 

Second Sergeant — Thomas Lawson. 
Clerks of Markets. 

Fro7it Street Market — J. A. Lough- 
lin. 

Fourth Street Market—]. H. Harper. 



Superinten't Lights and Streets. 

Superintendent of Streets — L. H. 
Bryant. 

Janitors — John Carroll, John Fitz- 
gerald. 

Board of Aldermen. 

First Ward— A. J. Walker, H. C 
Twining. 

Second Ward — W. E. Springer, John 
Norwood. 

Third Ward — Owen Fennell, B. F. 
Keith. 

Fourth Ward—SN. E. Yopp, A. J. 
Hewlett. 

Fifth Ward—E. M. Green, D. J. 
Benson. 

COMMITTEES. 

Finance — Messrs. Wright, Keith, 
and Springer. 

Markets — Messrs. Hewlett, Yopp, 
and Walker. 

Police — Messrs. Wright, Twining, 
and Benson. 

Lights — Messrs. Keith, Hewlett, and 

Green. 

Public Buildings — Messrs. Yopp, 

Benson, and Norwood. 

Sanitary — Messrs. Wright, Keith, 
and Fennell. 

Streets and Wharves — Messrs. 
Wright, Twining, Keith, Walker, and 
Green. 

Water Works — Messrs. Springer, 
Fennell, and Green. 

Fire Department — Messrs. Yopp, 
Benson, and Walker. 

Hospitals — Messrs. Wright and 
Springer. 

Ordinances — Messrs. Keith, Spring- 
er, and Norwood. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



13 



Board of Audit and Finance. 

W. H. Chadbourn (chairman), J. H. 
Webber, A. -J. DeCover, C W. Yates, 
IL C. McQueen. 

Wilmington Public Schools. 

Snperifitendent — M. C. S. Noble. 
Office, Hemenway building north 5th 
between Chestnut and (Mulberry) 
Grace. 

DISTRICT NO. I. 

School Committee — James F. Post 
Jr. (chairman), W. H. Sprunt, Jos. E. 
Sampson. 

Hememvay {White) — 5th between 
Chestnut. 

Peabody {Colored) — 5th. between 
Red Cross and Campbell. 
DISTRICT NO. 2. 

School Committee — James H. Chad- 
bourn (chairman), Samuel Northrop, 
John G. Norwood. 

Union {White) — Corner 6th and 
Ann. 

Willis to 71 { Colored ) — 7th between 
Ann and Nunn. 

Fire Department. 

Chief — Charles Schnibben. 

Assistant Chief — J, O. Brown. 

Wilmiftgton Steam Fire Engine Co., 
N'o. I, corner 3d and Princess — Pres- 
ident, James \V. Monroe ; Vice-Presi- 
dent, H. G. Walsh ; Secretary-Treasu- 
rer, W. C. Craft; Foreman, W. C. 
VonGlahn ; First Assistant, E. G. 
Jones ; Second Assistant, C. B. Car- 
roll ; Engineer, E. G. Parmele ; First 
Assistant, J. J. Furlong ; Second As- 
sistant, D. B. Holland ; Superintendent 
Fire Alarm, R. J. Mcllhenny. 

Howard Relief Fire Engine Co., No. i, 
4th bet. Market and Dock — President, 



M. Rathjen; Vice-President, J. T. 
Duls; Secretary and Treasurer, J. G. 
L. Geischen; Foreman, H. F. Haar; 
First Assistant, Martin Schnibben; 
Second Assistant, H. D. Oldenbuttel; 
Engineer, Peter P'ick ; First Assistant, 
J. C. Boesch. 

Wilmington Hook and Ladder Co., 
No. I, Dock nr. 4th — President, R. H. 
Northrop; Vice-President, John H. 
Bunting; Secretary and Treasurer, H. 
B. Peschau ; Foreman, J. K. Wil- 
liams ; P'irst Assistant, W. P. Monroe; 
Second Assistant, H. N. Latham. 

Fifth Ward Hook and Ladder Co., 
No. I, 5th nr. Castle — President, W. 
E. Mann; Vice-President, W. H. 
Campbell ; Secretary, F. W. Ket- 
chum ; Treasurer, T. J. Gore; First 
Assistant, C. C. Parker; Second As- 
sistant, C. S. Burnet. 
Si Cape Fear Steam Fire Engine Co., 
No. J, 6th cor. Castle — President, 
Isaac Brinkley ; Vice-President, Geo. 
Walker; Secretary, Robert Simmons; 
Treasurer, Godfrey Willis; Engineer, 
George W. McGary ; Assistant, Isaac y 
Brinkley; Foreman, Valentine Howe; 
First Assistant, Alexander Rhone; 
Second Assistant, Elijah Gause. 
nPha^nix Hose Reel Co., iVo. i, 1606 
n. 4th — President, C. H. Gause; Vice- 
President, Ben McFarland ; Treasurer, 
William H. Harriss ; Secretary, W. 
H. Lane ; Foreman, Henry Bell ; First 
Assistant, Cornelius Hayes. *Robert 
H. Johnson, driver. 

ALARM BOXES. 

13 Wilmington Compress. 

14 Nutt and Brunswick. 

15 Parsley's Mill. 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 



i6 

17 
18 

19 
21 

23 
24 

25 
26 

27 
28 

31 

32 
34 
35 
41 
42 

43 
45 
46 

47 
48 

49 

51 
52 
53 
54 
123 
412 



Fourth and Brunswick. 

Fifth and Nixon. 

Seventh and Harnett. 

Eighth and Hanover. 

Champion Compress. 

Water and Chestnut. 

Front and Red Cross. 

Front and (Mulberry) Grace. 

Third and Red Cross. 

Third and Princess. 

Fourth and (Mulberry) Grace. 

Sixth and Campbell. 

Sixth and Princess. 

Seventh and (Mulberry) Grace. 

Ninth and Chestnut. 

Market and Water 

Dawson and Surry. 

Front and Orange. 

Northrop's Mill. 

Third and Nun. 

Third and Wooster. 

Fifth and Orange. 

Fifth and Castle. 

Seventh and Nun. 

Seventh and Queen. 

Eighth and Market. 

Twelfth and Market. 

Standard Oil Co. 

Kidder's Mill. 



BANKS. 



National Bank of Wilmington. 

President — John S. Armstrong. 

Vice-Presidents — James H. Chad- 
bourn, Jr., and William Calder. 

Cashier — F. R. Hawes. 

Directors — John S. Armstrong, Wil- 
liam Calder, Gabriel Holmes, J. G. L. 
Gieschen, James H. Chadbourn, Jr., C. 
W. Yates, Hugh McRae, George R. 



French, William Gilchrist, Charles E. 
Borden, W. E. Worth. 
(The Atlantic National Bank. 

j"^^ President—]. W. Norwood. 

Vice-Presidents — D. L. Gore, W. C. 
Coker, Jr. ■ 

Cashier — W. J. Tooner. 

Teller— W. P. Price. 

Directors. — J. W. Norwood, G. A. 
Norwood, D. L. Gore, W. E. Spring- 
er, E. J. Powers, H. L. Vollers, Sam'l 
Bear, Jr., S. P. McNair, C. W. Worth, 
P. L. Bridgers, W. C. Coker, Jr. 



SAVINGS AND TRUST COM- 
, t^ PANIES. 

1 9^/*-^*^*-^ ~- 

Wilmington Savings and Trust 
Company. 

President — J. W. Norwood. 

Vice-President — H. Walters. 

Cashier — George Sloan. 

Investment Committee — J. W. Nor- 
wood, J. S. Worth, George R. PVench. 

Directors — J. W. Norwood, H. Wal- 
ters, N. B. Rankin, W. A. Riach, 
G. R. French, D. McRae, D. O'Con- 
nor, H. L. Vollers, J. S. Worth. 

Metropolitan Trust Company. 

President — J. E. Taylor. 

Vice-President — J. J. Geyer. 

Secretary and Treasiirer — W. H. 
Howe. 

Attorney — E. K. BryanB^ 

Directors — W. H. Williams, John- 
son Bowens, John E. Taylor, Danie) 
Howard, David Jones, Valentine 
Howe, Isham Quick, James H. John- 
son, James H. Lane, R. H. Lane. John 
Holloway, McLain Loftin, John C, 
Dancy, James B. Dudley. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



15 



BUILDING AND LOAN ASSO 
CIATIONS. 



THE CITIZENS 15UILDING AND LOAN AS- 
SOCIATION. 

(208 Princess.) 

President — W. H. Chadbourn. 

Vice-President — H. G. Smallbones. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John D. 
Bellamy, Jr. 

Attorney — Marsden Bellamy. 

Directors — W. H. Chadbourn, H. G. 
Smallbones, Marsden Bellamy, W. A. 
Riach, G. M. Altaffer, A. G. Hankins, 
James T. Riley, J. H. Chadbourn, Jr,, 
Samuel Northrop, J. W. Jackson, 
John McEntee, W. W. Hodges, F. 
W. Ortmann. 

WILMINGTON HOMESTEAD AND LOAN 
ASSOCIATION. 

President — J. C Stevenson. 

Vice-President — H. C McQueen. 

Secretary and Treasurer — C. C, 
Brown. 

Attorneys — John D. Bellamy, Jr., 
P. B. Manning. 

Directors — J. C. Stevenson, H. C 
McQueen, J. I. Metts, William Good- 
man, N. M. McEachern,0. M. Fiilyaw, 
C. W. Polvogt, J. H. Hardin, G. D. 
Parsley, T. O. Bunting, C. C. Brown. 

mechanics' HOME ASSOCIATION. 

(Organized May 8, 1889.) 

President — N. Jacobi. 

Vice -Pre side tit — R . Moore. 

Secretary atid Treasurer — W. IVL 
Gumming. 

Attorney — W. B. McKoy. 

Directors — J. D. Bellamy, Jr., W. 
rt. Alderman. Walker Taylor-, D. 
Quinlivan, R. R. Bellamy, W. N. 



Harriss, H. P. West, B. F. King, W. 
H. Yopp, A. Shrier, D. C. Love. 

N. C. HOME BUILDING ASSOCIATION. 

Presidejit — C. W. Yates. 

Vice-President— M. C. S. Noble. 

Secretary and Treasurer — Frank H. 
Stedman. 

Attorney — John D. Bellamy, Jr. 

Directors—^. B. Rankin, C. W. 
Yates, W. H. Bernard, Frank H. 
Stedman. M. C. S. Noble, Henry 
Savage, R. R. Bellamy, J. Weil, Mar- 
tin Newman, S. H. Fishblate, Walker 
Taylor, John Maunder, J. L. Dudley. 

people's PERPETUAL BUILDING AND 
LOAN ASSOCIATION. 

President — Caleb M. Martin. 

Secretary and Tr e a su re r — Dr. 
Thomas R. Mask. 

Attorney — E. K. Bryan. 

Directors — James B. Dudley, David 
Jones, Henry Turner, Joseph Samp- 
son, Henry Gause, Daniel Howard, 
E. M. Green, James H. Lane, C. M. 
Martin, C. J. Moseley, Joseph D. 
Sampson, A- S. Robinson, Richard 
Ashe, T. J. Brownell. 



MISCELLANEOUS CORPORA- 
TIONS. 



Chamber of Commerce. 

(Office ft. of Princess street*) 

President — J. H. Chadbourn, Jr. 

First Vice-President-\MdAkQv Taylor. 

Second Vice-President — W. E. 
Worth. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John L. 
Cantwell. 

Executive Council — George Harriss, 
James F. Post, Jr., Thomas Evans, F. 
W. Kerchner. 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 



Wilmington Produce Exchange. 

(Office, ft. of Princess street.) 

President — Oscar Pearsall. 

Vice-President — H. G. Smailbones. 

Secretary and Treasurer — John L. 
Cantvvell. 

Board of Managers — F. E. Hasha- 
gen, C. H. Robinson, S. P. JMcNair, 
C. E. Borden, D. L. Gore. 
Wilmington Library Association. 

President — George Rountree. 

Librarian — Thomas C. Diggs. 

Directors — George Rountree, D. 
MacRae, William Latimer, H. A. 
Whiting, Rev. Robert Strange, Rev. 
P. H. Hoge, D. D., Dr. G. G. Thomas, 
J. A. Taylor, C. E. Borden. 
Y. M. C. A. 

(Organized 1887, building northwest 
cor. Front and (Mulberry) Grace. 

Presidetit —hndr&vj J. Howell, Jr. 
Vice-President — F. L. Huggins. 

Recording Secretary — J. H. Dreher, 

Treasurer — P. Heinsberger, Jr. 

General Secretary — Thos. C. Diggs. 
Trustees — P. B. Manning, C. C. 
Brown, A. F. Hall, Roger Moore, D. 
G. Worth, E. S. Tennent. 



CLUBS. 



Cape Fear Club. 

(203 n Front.) 
President — Horace M. Emerson. 
Vice-President — George Rountree. 
Secretary and Treasurer — W, A* 
Dick. 

Carolina Yacht Club. 
Commodore — George D. Parsley. 
Fleet Captain — F. A. Lord. 
Flag Captain — W. M. Atkinson. 



Purser — John VanB. Metts. 

Measurer — Richard H. Bradley. 

Manhal—U. M. L. Green. 

Superintendent Club House — J. F. 
Gause. 

Chairman Regatta Committee — M. 
S. WiUard. 

Stczvard — John Meier. 

Assistant Steward — Livy R. F. Mer- 
riman. 

Governi7ig Board — George D. Pars- 
ley, F. A. Lord, John K. Williams, M. 
W. Divine^ Donald McRae. 



TRADE'S UNION. 



Wilmington Typographical 
Union, No. 228. 

President — J. F. Stan land. 
Vice-President — George W. Came- 
ron. 

Secretary — C. C. Redd. 
Treasurer — John E. Hewett. 
Doorkeeper — J. F. Hays. 



MILITARY. 



Second Regiment N. C. State 
Guards. 

Colonel — J. F. Bruton. 

Lieutoiant- Colonel — Walker Taylor. 

Major I st Battalion — W. E. Warren. 

Major 2d Battalion — T. F. Robert- 
son. 

Staff Officers — Adjutant regiment, 
W. S. Harris ; Quartermaster and Cap- 
tain, James D. Smith; Surgeon and 
Major, Dr. N. Anderson; Assistant 
Surgeon and Captain, Dr. J. D. Croom ; 

Chaplain, ; Adjutant 

1st Battalion, E. K. Wright; Adjutant 
2d Battalion, T. R. Robertson, Jr. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



17 



Wilmington Light Infantry. 

Organized 1853. Armory on Mar- 
ket bet. 4th and 5th. 

Captain — Donald MacRae. 

First Liaitenant — C. H. White. 

Second Lieutenant — R. H. Cowan. 

Sergeants — First, G. A. Cardvvell ; 
Second. C. H. Cooper; Tiiird, T. D. 
Love; Fourth, J. D. Bellamy, Jr.; 
Fifth, J. VanB. Metts. 

Corporals — First, W. A. Whitney; 
Second, J. C.James; Third, N. E. Gil- 
lican ; Fourth, Robert Fowler. 

This company owns their armory, 
which is the finest in the South. 

Navy Batallion N. C. State 
Guards- 

Lieutenant Conimander — George L. 
Morton. 

Navigator Lieutenant — J. W. Har- 
per. 

Chief Engineer — W. J . Furlong. 

Assistant Engineers — John Scott, 
Edward L. Danforth. 

Paymaster — E. S. Latime. 

Assistant Paymaster — W. A. Deck. 

Surgeon — T. S. Burbank. 

Adjutant Lieutenant — W. W. Mer- 
rell. 

Chief Boatsivain s Mate — A. G. 
Prempert. 

Chief Gunner s Mate — S. W. Mer- 
rell. 

Apothecary — T. B. Carroll. 

Lieutenant — H. L. Mcllhenny, com- 
manding. 

Lieutenant Junior Grade — R. H. 
McKoy. 

Ensisrn — H. L. Miller. 



MILITARY ASSOCIATIONS. 



Third North Carolina Infantry 
Association- 

(Organized February, 1866.) 

Meets first Monday in January, 
April, and October. 

President — W. L. DeRosset. 

Secretary — James L Metts. 
Daughters of the Confederacy. 

President — Mrs. W. M. Parsley. 

Vice-President — Mrs. Gabe Holmes. 

Recording Secretary — Miss Mary 
Saunders. 

Corresponding Secretary — Mrs. H. 
L. Borden. 

Treasurer — Miss Kate Cantwell. 
Second Regiment Band. 

President — J. W. Monroe. 

Secretary — T. V. Alderman 

Treasurer — W. A. Martin. 

Leader — J. E. Wilson. 

Director — S. A. Schloss. 
G. A. R. 

Joseph C. Abbott Post, No .15 — J. S. 
W. Eagles, Colonel Commanding; 
Benjamin Gross. Adjutant. 



SECRET SOCIETIES. 



Masons. 

Wilmington Lodge, No.jtq — Meets 
every third Tuesday. Secretary, T. 
F. Bagley. 

St. Johns Lodge, No. i — Meets 
every second Tuesday. Secretary, 
W. M. Poisson. 

Orient Lodge, No. jg^ — Secretary, 
W. A. Martin. 

Concord Chapter, No. i. Royal Arch 
Masons — Secretary, W. A. Martin. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



Miinson Council, No. i — Secretary, 
J. C. Munds. 

KNIGHTS TEMPLAR, 

Plantaganet Comniandry, No. i — 
Meets second Wednesday in each 
month. Recorder, H. G. Smallbones. 

COLORED LODGES. 

Giblem Lodge, No. 2 — Secretary, 
John H. Brown. 

Ne7v Light Lodge, No. 61 — Secre- 
tary, George W. Brown. 

Hanover Lodge, No. i^ — Secretary, 
John Thomas Howe. 

Knights of Pythias. 

Stonezuall Lodge, No. i — Meets 
every Monday at Castle Hall. 2'jy2 n. 
Front street. K. of R. & S., W. F. 
Robertson. 

Clarendon Lodge., No. 2 — Meets 
every Wednesday at 275^ Castle Hall, 
n. Front street. K. of R. & S.. W. C. 
VonGlahn. 

Gcr mania L.odge, No. 4 — Meets 
every Thursday at Castle Hall, 223^ 
s. Front street. K. of R. & S-, H. F. 
Haar. 

Jefferson Lodge, No. 16 — Meets 
every Wednesday at Castle Hall, 
275^ n. Front street. K. of R. & S., 
A. S. Holden. 

Eiidoiument Rank, No. 221 — Meets 
annually Front bet Market and Prin- 
cess. President, H. O. Craig ; Secre- 
tary and Treasurer, J. D. Nutt ; Medi- 
cal Examiner, G. G. Thomas, M. D. 

Uniform Raftk, Zeb. Vance Divi- 
sion! — Meets first and third Thurs- 
days. Captain, W. F. Robertson. 

Vashti Lodge y No. i {Colored) — 
Meets first and fourth Thursdays in 
Ruth Hall. K. of R. & S., J. C. Howe. 



Independent Order of Odd Fel- 
lows. 

Cape Fear Lodge, No. 2 — Meets 
every Tuesday in Odd Fellows' bldg, 
105 >^ n. 3d street. James T. Riley, 
Recording Secretary. 

Orion Lodge, No. Sy — Meets every 
Wednesday in Odd Fellows' bldg,, 
105^ n. 3d street. S. A. Craig, Re- 
cording Secretary. 

Wilmington Lodge, No. ijg — Meets 
every Wednesday in Odd Fellows' 
bldg, 105^ n. 3d street. J. M. Mc- 
Gowan, Recording Secretary. 

Hanover Lodge, No. 7^5 — Meets 
every Friday in K. of P. Hall, 1245^ 
n. Front street. S. G. Hall, Record- 
ing Secretary. 

Letitia Lodge, No. j, D. of R.. 
— Meets every Friday at 8 o'clock 
on 3d bet. Princess and Chestnut 
streets. Mrs. S. B. Dudley, Secretary, 

Campbell Encampment, No. i — Meets 
first and third Monday in Odd Fellows" 
bldg. W. H. Howell, Scribe. 

Widows' and Orphans'' Relief Associ- 
ation of Virginia, West Virginia, and 
North Carolina — James M. McGowan 
Agent, office 215 Princess street. 

Knights of the Golden Eagle. 

Concordia Castle, No. i — Meets 
every Monday in hall 293^ n. Front 
street. George Carter, M. of R. 

Stonewall Jackson Castle, No. 2 — 
Meets every Friday in hall 2gyi n. 
Front street. J. A. Orrell, M. of R. 
Royal Arcanum. 

Cornelins Harnett Council, No. 2jr 
— Meets in Odd Fellows' Hall, n. 3d 
street, second and fourth Monday in 
each month. John Cowan, Secretary- 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



19 



Improved Order of Redmen. 

Cherokee Tribe, No. g — Meets in 
Red Men's Hall, 291^ n. Front street, 
every Thursday. John M. Branch, C. 
of R. 

Eyota Tribe, No. 5 — Meets in Red 
Men's Hall, 295^ n. Front street, every 
Wednesday. J. M. McGowan, C. of R. 

Order of Chosen Friends. 

Wilmington Conncil, No. ig — Meets 
in Odd Fellows' Hall. H. C. Twining, 
Secretary. 

U. A. 0. D, 

Linden Grove, No. 2 — Meets every 
Thursday at Odd Fellows' Hall. 
George Ziegler, Secretary. 

Ancient Essenic Order. 

Mattathias Senate, No. 808 — Meets 
first and third Fridays in each Month 
at Red Men's Hall, n. Front street at 8 
o'clock. Secretary, Michael Cronly. 

Woodmen of the World. 

Live Oak Szuanip, No. 6 — Meets 
every fourth Thursday at 7:30 o'clock 
in each month in Pythian Hall on 
n. Front between Market and Prin- 
cess streets. Clerk, E. W. Manning, Jr. 

Fraternal Mystic Circle. 

Carolina Ruling, No. j^j — Meets 
second Tuesday night in each month 
at 8 o'clock opposite City Hall. 
Worthy Ruler, James W. Monroe. 

Orient, No. jpj — Meets the first 
Wednesday in each month. Secretary, 
H, G. Smallbones. 
month. Secretary, L L. Greenwald. 

Heptasophs, or S. W. M. 

Conclave No. i — Meets every Tues- 
day at Germania Hall. Scribe, K. W. 

Jewell. 



Tar Heel Conclave, No. J75 — Meets 
every second and fourth Friday on 
Front bet. Market and Princess. Sec- 
retary, H. M. Foard. 

Ancient Order of Druids. 

United Order of Ancienl Druids, 
No. 2 — Meets every Thursday at 8 
o'clock on 3d bet. Princess and Chest- 
nut. Recording Scribe, George Zeig- 
ler. 

Ha?iover Council, No. 25 — Meets 
first and Third Tuesday each montli 
in Odd-Fellows' Hall. Secretary, 
Thomas H. Post. 

Knights of Honor, 

Carolina Lodge, No. ^j^ — Meets 
first and third Tuesday in each month. 
Reporter, S. G. Hall. 

American Legion of Honor. 

Clarendon Council, No. 6y — Meets 
every second and fourth Wednesday, 
A. L. DeRosset, Commander; J. C. 
Morrison, Secretary. 



JEWISH ORDERS. 



Independent Order B'nai B'rith. 

North State Lodge, No. 221 — I. J. 
Sternberger, President; L L. Greene- 
wald, Secretary. 

Order Keshar Shel Barzil. 

Manhattan Lodge, No. 1^8 — Meets 
second and Fourth Sunday in each 

G. U. 0. of 0. F. (Col.) 

Free Lcve L.odge, A^o. i^6g — John 
J. Austin, N. G. ; W. H. Blount, R. S. 

Golden Lyre Lodge, No. 1608. 

Adelphia Lodge, No. jgjo — William 
Barnett, N. G.; James Whitted, R. S. • 
Rev. William M. Jackson, P. S. 



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MISCELLANEOUS. 



BENEVOLENT AND CHARI 
TABLE ASSOCIATIONS. 



Ladies' Benevolent Society. 

President — Mrs. Roger Moore. 
Secretary — Mrs. A. M. Waddell. 
Treasurer — Mrs. H. R. French. 

Hibernian Benevolent Society. 

Meets the first Thursday in each 
month, hall 3d bet. Princess and 
Chestnut. T. Donlan, President; Wil- 
liam Flanagan, Secretary. 

Associated Charities. 

(223 Princess.) 

President — Rev. Robert Strange. 

Vice-President — Col. Roger Moore. 

Treasurer — P. B. Manning. 

Superintendents — Mrs. W. W. 
Hodges, Mrs. C. C. Brown, Mrs. A.. 
Shrier, Mrs. Adam Empie, Mrs. 
Albert Gore, Miss M. D. Howey, Mrs. 
M. A. West, Mrs. J. W. Humphrey, 
Miss Louisa P. Way, Mrs. Josh. T. 
James, Mrs. W. J. Penny, Rev. G. D. 
Bernheim, Rev. J. E. Kramer, Rev. 
Father Dennen, Mrs. Samuel North- 
rop. 

Board of Directors — Rev. G. G. Bern- 
heim, D. D., Rev. S. Mendelsohn. D. 
D., Rev. P. H. Hoge, D. D., Rev. 
W. L. Cuninggim, Rev. W. B. Oliver, 
Rev. Robert Strange, Rev. C. Dennen, 
G. G. Thomas, M. D., D. W. Bullock, 
M. D., Col. Roger Moore. J. C. Ste- 
venson, Oscar Pearsall, Walter G. Mc- 
Rae, P, B. Manning. 

Executive Cominitte — Rev. P. H. 
Hoge, Rev. Robert Strange, Col. R. 
Moore, J, C. Stevenson, Rev. W. L. 
Cuninggim. 



Catherine Kenxedav Home, 
(Corner 9th and Princess.) 
Under the auspices of The Ladies 
Benevolent Society. 

Presidejit — Mrs. Roger Moore. 
Jlce-Presidejit — Mrs. Phil. Pearsall. 
Secretary — Mrs. A. M. Waddell. 
Treasurer — Mrs. W. R. French. 

Hospitals. 
AT. S. Marine, 8th cor. Nun — John 
Vansant, M. D., surgeon in charge. 

City J-iospiial, loth cor. Red Cross — 
W. W. Lane, M. D., physician in 
charge; Miss Helen Green, matron. 



CHURCHES. 



Baptist. 

Advent, 504 s 6th. 

Brooklyn, cor. 4th and Brunswick — 
Rev. James W. Kramer, pastor. 

First, cor. 5th and Market — Rev. W. 
B. Oliver, pastor. 

Mission Chap el, COY. 5th and Wooster. 

Catholic. 

St. Thomas, Dock bet. 2d and 3d — 

Rev. Father Dennen, pastor. 
Episcopal. 

St. James, cor. 3d and Market — Rev. 
Robert Strange, rector. 

St. John's, cor Red Cross and 3d — 
Rev. J. Carmichael, D. D., rector. 

St. Paul's, cor. 4tli and Orange — 
Rev. F. N. Skinner, rector. 
Hebrew. 

TemJ>le of Israel (synagogue), cor. 
4th and Market — Rev. Samuel Mendel- 
sohn, D. D., rabbi. 

Lutheran. 

St. Matthew's, 4th bet. Bladen and 
Harnett — Rev. G. D. Bernheim, D. D., 
pastor. 



MISCELLANEOUS. 



21 



St. PauV s Evangelical, cor. 6th and 
Market — Rev. K. Boldt pastor. 
Methodist. 

Bladen Street, cor. 5th and Bladen — 
Rev. John F. Butt, pastor. 

Fifth Street, 5 th bet. Nun and 
Church — Rev. William L. Cuninggin, 
pastor. 

Grace, cor. 4th and (Mulberry) 
Grace — Rev. R. A. Willis, pastor. 

market Street Mission, cor. 9th and 
Market — Rev. Thomas H. Sutton, 
pastor. 

Presbyterian. 

Eniannel, cor. Front and Queen — 
Rev. B. E. Wallace, pastor. 

First, cor. 3d and Orange — Rev. P. 
H. Hoge, pastor. 

St. Andreiv s, cor. 4th and Camp- 
bell—Rev. A. D. McClure, pastor. 
Undenominational. 

Luther Memorial Building, cor. 6th 
and Princess, 

Seamen's Bethel, Dock bet. Front 
and Water. 

Colored Churches. 

BAPTIST. 

Central, cor. 7th and Red Cross. 

Ebeneser, 213 s 7th — Rev. Benjamin 
K. Sykes, pastor. 

First, cor. 5th and Campbell. 

Mt. Calvary, cor. 9th and Bladen — 
Rev. Jonas S. Blocker, pastor. 

Shiloh, cor. Walnut and McRae. 

EPISCOPAL. 

Christy Nun bet. 6th and 7th — Rev. 
F. G. Ragland, rector. 

St. Mark's, cor 6ih and (Mulberry) 
Grace — Rev. W. M. Jackson, rector. 

METHODIST. 

Mt. Zion^ 5th bet. Swann and Nix- 
on — Rev. Jeremiah McGee, pastor. 



St. Luke's, cor. 7th and Church — 
Rev. Paul L. Cuyler, pastor. 

St. Stephen's, cor. 5tli and Red 
Cross — Rev. E. J. Gregg, pastor. 

Trinity, cor. Brunswick and 7th. 

PRESBYTERIAN. 

First, Chestnut bet. 7th and 8th — 
Rev. J. A. Berner, pastor. 



CEMETERIES. 



Oakdale Cemetery. 

President — J. C. Stevenson. 

Secretary and Treasurer — R. J. 
Jones. 

Superintendent — T. Don Ian. 

Directors — J. C. Stevenson, W. H. 
Northrop, Dr. A. J. DeRosset, D. G. 
Worth, Jas. H. Chadbourn, Owen Fen- 
nell, John W. Perdew. 

Bellevue Cemetery. 

President — E. W. 'Manning. 

Vice-President — H. McL. Green. 

Secretary and Treasurer — N. M. 
McEachern. 

Superintendent — George H. Ward. 

Directors — J. D. Bellamy, P. H. 
Smith, Ira Skipper, C. C. Parker, D. 
McEachern, J. A. Everett, James Ellis. 

National Cemetery. 
(Located at head of Market street.) 

Superintende?it in Charge — H. C. 
Lacy. 

Oak Grove Cemetery. 

(The property of the City in which 
are interred the pauper dead.) 

Superi7ttendent—A\Q^dindtx H u g - 
gins. 

Pine Forest Cemetery. 

(Head Red Cross street.) 
President — John G. Norwood. 
Superintefident — Jeff. Madsoii. 



street Directory of Wilmington. 



Note. — The numerical streets extend north and south from Market, 
commencing with 2d, and increasing eastward to 17th. 

Anderson — continuation of 9th from (Mulberry) Grace to Swann between 

McRae and Dickinson. 
Ann — from River to corporate limits between Orange and Nun. 
Bailey's alley — from Front to 2d between Dock and Market. 
Bay — continuation of 12th from (Mulberry) Grace to Fanning between 

Wood and 13th. 
Bladen — from river to McRae between Brunswick and Harnett. 
Brook's lane — from 7th to 8th between Campbell and Red Cross. 
Brown's alley — north from 5th between Bladen and Harnett. 
Brunswick — from river to McRae between Hanover and Bladen. 
Campbell — from river to McRae between Red Cross and Hanover. 
Castle — from river to city limits between Church and Queen. 
Chadbourn alley — north from 5th between Bladen and Harnett. 
Charlotte — from Wood to 13th between Rankin and Gwynn. 
Chestnut — from river to city limits bcitween Princess and (Mulberry) Grace. 
Church — from river to city limits between Castle and Nun. 
Church alley — between Dock and Orange from Front to 2d. 
Cleveland alley — from Bladen to Harnett between 9th and lOth, 
Davis — from river to 4th between Cowan and Parsley. 
Dawson — from river to city limits between Wooster and Wright. 
Dickinson — continuation of loth from (Mulberry) Grace to Swann between 

Anderson and Wood. 
Dock — from river to city limits between Market and Orange, 
Dudley alley — part of (Mulberry) Grace between McRae and 9th. 
Fanning — continuation of Brunswick from McRae to 13th between Moore 

and Green. 
Pick's alley — from 9th south between Queen and Wooster. 
Forde's avenue — from Campbell between 5th and 6th. 
Front N — from Market to Harnett, then to 4th between Water and 2d. 
Front S — from city limits to Market between Water and 2d. 
Gerdes' alley — from 8th to 9th between Queen and Wooster. 
Green — continuation of Hanover from McRae to 13th between Fanning 

and Miller. 



STREET DIRECTORY OF WILMINGTON. 23 

Gwynn — continuation of Walnut. 

Hanes' alley — from 4th to 5th between Castle and Queen. 

Hanover — from the river to McRae between Campbell and Brunswick. 

Harnett — from the river to McRae between Swann and Bladen. 

Howard — from 4th to eastern city limits between Taylor and Carter 

James — from Hamett to northern city limits between 4th and 5th. 

Kidder's alley — between Church and Castle from 7th. 

King's alley — from Front to Surry between Queen and Wooster. 

Love — from Bladen to northern city limits between 6th and 7th. 

McCumber's alley — from Chestnut to (Mulberry) Grace between McRae 

and 9th. 
McDonald alley — from McRae to 8th between Fanning and Green. 
McRae — from Mulberry to Swann between 7th and Anderson, 
Magnolia — from Dock south to Orange between loth and nth. 
Market — from river to east city limits between Princess and Deck, divides 

the city north and south. 
Marsteller — from river to eastern city limits between Meares and Kidder. 
Meadow — from 8th to 15th between Market and Dock. 
Miller — from McRae to 13th, a continuation of Campbell between Rankin 

and Green. 
Minis' alley — from Wooster to Dawson between 8th and 9th. 
(Mulberry) Grace — from river to eastern city limits between Chestnut and 

Walnut. 
Muter's alley — from Water to Front between Dock and Orange. 
Nixon alley — from 5th to 6th between Walnut and Red Cross. 
Nun — from river to eastern city limits between Ann and Church. 
Nutt — from (Mulberry) Grace to Cowan between river and Front. 
Orange — from river to eastern city limits between Dock and Ann. 
Post-Office avenue — from Front to 2d between Princess and Chestnut. 
Price's alley — between 5th and 6th from Church to Castle. 
Princess — from river to eastern city limits first north of Market. 
Q,ueen — from river to city limits between Castle and Wooster. 
Rankin — continuation of Red Cross from McRae to 13th between Gwynn 

and Miller. 
Red Cross — from river to McRae between Campbell and Walnut. 
St James avenue — from Dock to Orange between 8th and 9th. 
Sampson alley — from 4th to 5th between (Mulberry) Grace and Walnut. 
Schutt's alley — from Bladen between 9th and loth. 
Seaman's Home alley or Pott's alley — from Water to Front between 

Dock and Orange. 
Shaw's alley — between Queen and Wooster from loth to nth. 



24-32 STREET DIRECTORY OF WILMINGTON. 

Solomon alley — between Queen and Wooster from 7th to 8th. 

Strauss alley — from 5th towards 4th between Bladen and Brunswick. 

Surry — from Church to southern city limits between river and Front. 

Swann — from 4th to east city limits between Harnett and Nixon. 

Tent Hall alley — from Campbell to Hanover between 5th and 6th. 

Thompson alley — from 2d to 3d between Brunswick and Bladen. 

Voller's alley — south from 5th between Queen and Wooster. 

Von Bokelen — south from Queen between Surry and the river. 

Walnut — from river to McRae and from 13th to city limits. 

Water N — from Market to (Mulberry) Grace between river and Front. 

Water S — from Market to Church between river and Front. 

Wesley's alley — between Dock and Orange from Front to 2d. 

Wilsons — from Ann to Church between 7th and 8th. 

Wood — continuation of iith from (Mulberry) Grace to Swann between* 

Dickinson and Bay 
Wooster — from river to east city limits between Queen and Dawson. 
Wooster's alley — from Wooster to Dawson between Front and 2d 
Wright — from river to east city limits between Dawson and Meares. 
Wyckoff alley — Queen between 7th and 8th 



UNITED STATES POST-OFFICES 



-IN- 



VIRGINIA. 



Revised and Corrected from the Latest Official Report. 

Those marked with '''- are Money-Order Offices. 



Aaron, 

Abbott, 

Abbyville, 

Abell, 

Abercorn, 

Abert, 

Abilene, 

Abingdon {c li),^ 

Abraham, 

Abrams Falls, 

Acadia, 

Accomack {c h), 

Accotink, 

Achilles, 

Acteon, 

Ada, 

Adams Grove, 

Adelphia, 

Aden, 

Adlai, 

Admant, 

Adner, 



Carroll 

Craig 

Mecklenburg 

Charlotte 

Amherst 

Bedford 

Charlotte 

Washington 

Floyd 

Washington 

Lee 

Accomack 

Fairfax 

Gloucester 

Prince Edward 

Fauquier 

Southampton 

Scott 

Prince William 

Augusta 

Lee 

Gloucester 



Alanthus, 

Albano, 

Alberene,'^ 

Alchie, 

Alcoma, 

Alden, 

Aldie,* . 

Alexandria {c h)* 

Alfonso, 

Alfred, 

Algoma, 

Alhambra, 

Alleghany Springs,* 

Alleghany Station, 

Aliens Creek, 

Aliens Level, 

Alley 

Alliance, 

Allisonia,* 

Allmondsville, 

Allwood, 

Alma, 

Almagro, 



Culpeper 

Orange 

Albemarle 

Halifax 

Buckingham 

King George 

Loudoun 

Alexandria 

Lancaster 

Albemarle 

Franklin 

Nelson 

Montgomery 

Alleghany 

Amherst 

Buckingham 

Scott 

Surry 

Pulaski 

Gloucester 

Amherst 

Page 

Pittsylvania 



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POST-OFFICES IN. VIRGINIA. 



Adria, 

Adriance, 

Advance Mills, 

Adwolf, 

Afton,* 

Agee, 

Agnewville, 

Augusta, 

Aidyl, 

Ally, 

Airfield, 

Air Point, 

Aivland, 

Ajak, 

Akers, 

Almond, 

Alone, 

Alonzaville, 

Alpha, 

Alphin, 

Alrich, 

Alto, 

Alton, 

Alumine, 

Alum Ridge, 

Alum Wells, 

Alvah, 

Alvarado, 

Amaryllis, 

Ambar, 

Amberg, 

Amberley, 

Amelia {c h)* 

Amherst {c h)* 

Amicus, 

Amisville, 

Ammon, 

Amorita, 

Amos, 

Amsterdam, 

Amy, 



Tazewell 

Cumberland 

Albemarle 

Smyth 

Nelson 

Nelson 

Prince William 

Isle of Wight 

Southampton 

Dickenson 

Southampton 

Roanoke 

Sussex 

Pittsylvania 

Floyd 

Rockingham 

Rockbridge 

Shenandoah 

Buckingham 

Rockbridge 

Spotsylvania 

Amherst 

Halifax 

Franklin 

Floyd 

Washington 

Henry 

Washington 

Louisa 

King George 

Middlesex 

Rockingham 

Amelia 

Amherst 

Greene 

Rappahannock 

Amelia 

Grayson 

Floyd 

Botetourt 

Amherst 



Ancella, 

Anderson, 

Andersonville, 

Andrews, 

Angola, 

Annandale, 

Annex, 

Ante, 

Antelope, 

Antioch, 

Antlers, 

Apple Grove,* 

Appomattox (c h)* 

Aptus, 

Aqua, 

Aral, 

Ararat, 

Arbor Hill, 

Arbutus, 

Arcanum, 

Archie, 

Arch Mills, 

Arco, 

Areola, 

Arcturus, 

Ark, 

Arlington,* 

Armel, 

Armstrong, 

Arringdale, 

Arrington,* 

Arritts, 

Artrip, 

Arvin, 

Arvonia,* 

Asberrys, 

Ashburn, 

Ashby, 

Ashcake, 

Ash Grove, 

Ashland,* 



Grayson 

Augusta 

Buckingham 

Spotsylvania 

Cumbeiland 

Fairfax 

Augusta 

Brunswick 

Rockingham 

Fluvanna 

Mecklenburg 

Louisa 

Appomattox 

King and Queen 

Rockbridge 

Carroll 

Patrick 

Augusta 

Grayson 

Buckingham 

Culpeper 

Botetourt 

Warren 

Loudoun 

Fairfax 

Gloucester 

Alexandria 

Frederick 

Bath 

Southampton 

Nelson 

Alleghany 

Russell 

Lunenburg 

Buckingham 

Tazewell 

Loudoun 

Cumberland 

Hanover 

Fairfax 

Hanover 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



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Aspen Wall, 

Assamoosic, 

Assa woman, 

Athlone, 

Athos, 

Atkins, 

Atlantic, 

Atlas, 

Atlee, 

Atoko, 

Auburn, 

Auburn Mills, 

Austinville, 

Ava, 

Avalon, 

Averett, 

Avis, 

Avon, 

Axtell, 

Axton, 

Ayers, 

Aylett,* 

Aylmer, 

Azen, 



B 



Bachelors Hall, 

Backbone, 

Bacon, 

Bacons Castle, 

Baffle, 

Bagleys Mills, 

Bailey, 

Baileys X-Roads, 

Baileyville, 

Baker Mines, 

Bakers Mill, 

Balcony Falls, 

Baldwin Station, 

Balham, 

Ballard, 



Charlotte 
Southampton 
Accomack 
Rockingham 
Orange 
Smyth 
Accomack 
Pittsylvania 
Hanover 
Fauquier 
Fauquier 
Hanover 
Wythe 
Dickenson 
Northumberland 
Mecklenburg 
Augusta 
Nelson 
Buckingham 
Henry 
Scott 
King William 
Nelson 
Washington 



Pittsylvania 

Alleghany 

James City 

Surry 

Southampton 

Lunenburg 

Tazewell 

Fairfax 

Charlotte 

Carroll 

Rockingham 

Rockbridge 

Botetourt 

Goochland 

Patrick 



Ballston, 

Ballsville, 

Baity, 

Bandana, 

Bane, 

Banister, 

Banks, 

Banner, 

Baptist Valley, 

Barboursville,* 

Barger, 

Barhamsville, 

Barley, 

Barnesville, 

Barnett, 

Barque, 

Barren Ridge, 

Barren Springs, 

Barrows Mill, 

Barrows Store, 

Bartee, 

Barterbrook, 

Barton Heights, 

Basham, 

Basic City,* 

Baskerville, 

Basses, 

Bassetts, 

Bassil, 

Bateman, 

Batesville,* 

Batna, 

Battery, 

Battery Park, 

Battle Hill, 

Bayard, 

Bayford, 

Baynesville, 

Bay Port, 

Bay View, 

Baywood, 



Alexandria 
Powhatan 
Caroline 
Hanover 
Giles 
Pittsylvania 
Essex 
Wise 
Tazewell 
Orange 
Rockbridge 
New Ken 
Greensville 
Charlotte 
Russell 
Campbell 
Augusta 
Wythe 
Henry 
Brunswick 
Norfolk 
Augusta 
Henrico 
Floyd 
Augusta 
Mecklenburg 
Halifax 
Henry 
Patrick 
Patrick 
Albemarle 
Culpeper 
Essex 
Isle of Wight 
Roanoke 
Warren 
Northampton 
Westmoreland 
Middlesex 
Northampton 
Grayson 



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POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Beach, 

Beachland, 

Bealeton,* 

Beamond, 

Bear Lithia, 

Bear Wallow, 

Beauford, 

Beaver Dam Mills, 

Beaver Pond, 

Beazley, 

Bedford City {c h),^ 

Bedford Springs,* 

Bee. 

Beech Spring, 

Beesville, 

Begonia, 

Beldor, 

Belfast Mills, 

Belfield,* 

Belinda, 

Belle Hampton, 

Belle Haven,* 

Bellevue,* 

Bellfair Mills, 

Bells, 

Bells X-Roads, 

Bells Valley. 

Bellwood Mills, 

Belmont, 

Belona, 

Belches, 

Belroi, 

Ben, 

Benbow, 

Benefit, 

Bendhams, 

Benhur, 

Bennetts Creek, 

Bennetts Mill, 

Benns Church, 

Bent Creek, 



Chesterfield 

Surry 

Fauquier 

Nansemond 

Rockingham 

Buchanan 

Floyd 

Hanover 

Amelia 

Essex 

Bedford 

Campbell 

Dickenson 

Lee 

Buckingham 

Prince George 

Rockingham 

Russell 

Greensville 

Accomack 

Pulaski 

Accomack 

Bedford 

Stafford 

Bedford 

Louisa 

Rockbridge 

Lancaster 

Spotsylvania 

Powhatan 

Sussex 

Gloucester 

Alleghany 

Tazewell 

Norfolk 

Washington 

Lee 

Nansemond 

Montgomery 

Isle of Wight 

Appomattox 



Bent Mountain, 

Bentonville,* 

Beppo, 

Berear, 

Berkley,* 

Berlin, 

Bermuda Hundred, 

Berryman, 

Berrys, 

Beri'yville {c h)* 

Bertha,* 

Berton, 

Bess, 

Bessemer. 

Bestland, 

Bethel Academy,* 

Beulahville, 

Beverly, 

Bibb, 

Bickley Mill,* 

Big Creek, 

Big Cut, 

Big Island,* 

Big Rock, 

Big Stone Gap,* 

Big Tunnel, 

Binfords, 

Binns Hall, 

Birch, 

Birchleaf, 

Birdie, 

Birdsnest,* 

Birdsong. 

Birdwood, 

Biscoe, 

Blackberry, 

Black Kidge, 

Black Rock Springs, 

Blacksburg,* 

Blackstone, 

Black Walnut * 



Roanoke 

Warren 

Dickenson 

Stafford 

Norfolk 

Southampton 

Chesterfield 

Surry 

Clarke 

Clarke 

Wythe 

Giles 

Alleghany 

Botetourt 

Essex 

Fauquier 

King William 

Pittsylvania 

Louisa 

Russell 

Tazewell 

Scott 

Bedford 

Buchanan 

Wise 

Montgomery 

Brunswick 

Charles City 

Halifax 

Dickenson 

Hanover 

Northampton 

Sussex 

Albemarle 

King and Queen 

Henry 

Mecklenburg 

Augusta 

Montgomery 

Nottoway 

Halifax 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



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Blackvvater, 

Blackwells, 

B I airs, 

Blakes, 

Bland (^ //),* 

Blantons, 

Blenheim, 

Bliss. 

Bloomfield, 

Bloomtown, 

Blossom Hill, 

Blount, 

Bloxom, 

Blue Grass, 

Blue Ridge Springs,^ 

Big Spring Run, 

Blue Stone, 

Bluff City, 

Bobs, 

Bobtown, 

Bock, 

Bocock, 

Body Camp, 

Boggs, 

Bohannon, 

Bolar, 

Boiling, 

Bollington, 

Bolt, 

Bolton, 

Bon Air, 

Bonbrook, 

Bonney, 

Bonsacks, 

Booker, 

Boone Mill, 

Boonesboro, 

Boones Path, 

Boonesville, 

Borden, 

Borneo, 



Lee 

Northumberland 

Prince George 

Mathews 

Bland 

Caroline 

Albemarle 

Frederick 

Loudoun 

Accomack 

Princess Anne 

Bedford 

Accomack 

Russell 

Botetourt 

Alleghany 

Tazewell 

Giles 

Isle of Wight 

Accomack 

New Kent 

Campbell 

Bedford 

Accomack 

Mathews 

Bath 

Buckingham 

Loudoun 

Carroll 

Russell 

Chesterfield 

Franklin 

Princess Anne 

Roanoke 

Sussex 

Franklin 

Bedford 

Lee 

Albemarle 

Shenandoah 

Greene 



Borthwick, 

Boston, 

Boswells, 

Botetourt, 

Bothsay, 

Both well,* 

Boulevard, 

Bowden, • 

Bowers, 

Bowers Hill, 

Bowlers Wharf, 

Boivling Cree7i (c h)* 

Bowmans, 

Boxelder, 

Boxwood, 

Boyce,* 

Boyd Tavern,* 

Boydton {c h)* 

Boyers Ferry, 

Boykins,* 

Bradleys Store, 

Bradshaw, 

Branchville, 

Brand, 

Brandon, 

Brandy Station,* 

Brandywine, 

Brays, 

Bremo Bluff,* 

Brentsville,* 

Brewster, 

Brain, 

Brick Haven, 

Brick Store, 

Bridges, 

Bridgetown,* 

Bridgewater,* 

Bridle Creek, 

Brierfield, 

Brierhook, 

Briery, 



Dinwiddie 

Culpeper 

Cumberland 

Botetourt 

Halifax 

Hanover 

New Kent 

Halifax 

Southampton 

Norfolk 

Essex 

Caroline 

Shenandoah 

Nansemond 

Henry 

Clarke 

Albemarle 

Mecklenburg 

Grayson 

Southampton 

Charles City 

Roanoke 

Southampton 

Page 

Prince George 

Culpeper 

Caroline 

Essex 

Fluvanna 

Prince William 

Russell 

Louisa 

Alexandria 

Lee 

Gloucester 

Northampton 

Rockingham 

Grayson 

Bedford 

Buckingham 

Prince Edward 



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POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Briggs, 

Brighton, 

Brights, 

Brightwood, 

Brio, 

Bristerburg, 

Bristol,* 

Bristow,* 

Broadcreek, 

Broadroad, 

Broad Shoals, 

Broadwater, 

Broadway,* 

Brockett, 

Brockroad, 

Brockville, 

Brodnax, 

Brokenburg, 

Brooke, 

Brookewood, 

Brook Hill, 

Brookins, 

Brooklyn, 

Brookneal,* 

Brosville, 

Brothers, 

Brow, 

Brownsburg,* 

Browns Cove, 

Browns Stgre, 

Browntown, 

Bruce, 

Brucetown, 

Brughs Mill, 

Bruington, 

Brumfield, 

Brumley Gap, 

Brutus, 

Bryant, 

Brydie, 

Buchanan,* 



Clarke 

Northampton 

Pittsylvania 

Madison 

Carroll 

Fauquier 

Washington 

Prince William 

Princess Anne 

Smyth 

Floyd 

Northampton 

Rockingham 

Shenandoah 

Spotsylvania 

Spotsylvania 

Brunswick 

Spotsylvania 

Stafford 

Augusta 

Henrico 

Goochland 

Halifax 

Campbell 

Pittsylvania 

Patrick 

Pittsylvania 

Rockbridge 

Albemarle 

Northumberland 

Warren 

Rockingham 

Frederick 

Botetourt 

King and Queen 

Russell 

Washington 

Pittsylvania 

Nelson 

Lunenburg 

Botetourt 



Buckeye, 

Buckhall, 

Buckhorn, 

Buckingham (c h),'* 

Buckland, 

Buckners Station, 

Buckton, 

Bucu, 

Buena, 

Buena Vista,* 

Buffalo Forge, 

Buffalo Gap, 

Buffalo Junction, 

Buffalo Lithia Spri 

Buffalo Mills, 

Buffalo Ridge, 

Buffalo Station, 

Bula, 

Bullbeggar, 

Bull Run, 

Bumpass, 

Bundick, 

Bunker Hill, 

Burcham, 

Burgess, 

Burgess Store, 

Burkes Garden, 

Burkes Station,* 

Burketown, 

Burkeville,* 

Burk Fork, 

Burkleys, 

Burnsville, 

Burr Hill, 

Burrowsville, 

Burtons Creek, 

Burts, 

Burwellville, 

Bush Park, 

Bushy, 

Bybee, 



Highland 

Prince William 

Nansemond 

Buckingham 

Prince William 

Louisa 

Warren 

Dickenson 

Culpeper 

Rockbridge 

Rockbridge 

Augusta 

Mecklenburg 

ngs,* Mecklenburg 

Rockbridge 

Patrick 

Nelson 

Goochland 

Accomack 

Fairfax 

Louisa 

Northumberland 

Bedford 

Carroll 

Dinwiddie 

Northumberland 

Tazewell 

Fairfax 

Augusta 

Nottoway 

Floyd 

Albemarle 

Bath 

Orange 

Prince George 

Campbell 

Sussex 

Pittsylvania 

Cumberland 

Middlesex 

Fluvanna 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



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Byrdton, 

Byrdville, 

Byron, 



Cabell, 

Cabin Point, 

Caddo, 

Ca Ira, 

Caledonia, 

Calico Rock, 

Callands, 

Callaville, 

Callaway, 

Callison, 

Calno, 

Calvary, 

Calverton,* 

Cambria,* 

Cameron, 

Camm, 

Camp, 

Camp Creek, 

Campbell, 

Cana, 

Cannon, 

Canova, 

Canterbury, 

Canny Hollow, 

Cap, 

Cape Charles,* 

Capeville, 

Capon Road, 

Cappahoosic, 

Capron,* 

Captain, 

Card, 

Cardinal, 

Cardwell, 

Carlins, 

Carltons Store, 



o 



Northumberland 

Pittsylvania 

Bland 



Carroll 

Surry 

Pittsylvania 

Cumberland 

Goochland 

■ Franklin 

Pittsylvania 

Brunswick 

Franklin 

Bath 

King William 

Shenandoah 

Fauquier 

Montgomery 

Scott 

Buckingham 

Smyth 

Floyd 

Albemarle 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Prince William 

Frederick 

Lee 

Carroll 

Northampton 

Northampton 

Shenandoah 

Gloucester 

Southampton 

Craig 

Buchanan 

Mathews 

Goochland 

Alexandria 

King and Queen 



Carmel, 

Carrolton, 

Carville, 

Carleys, 

Carson, 

Carters Bridge, 

Carters Island, 

Carters Mills, 

Cartersville,* 

Carters Wharf, 

Carterton, 

Carthage, 

Cartwrights Wharf 

Carysbrook, 

Casanova,* 

Cascade, 

Cashville, 

Caskie, 

Castle Craig, 

Castlemans Ferry, 

Castleton, 

Castlewood, 

Castor, 

Catawba, 

Catharpin, 

Catlett,* 

Catron, 

Cattail, 

Cave Spring, 

Cedar Bluff,* 

Cedar Forest, 

Cedar Grove, 

Cedar Hill, 

Cedar Springs, 

Cedar View, 

Cedarville, 

Centenary, 

Centralia, 

Central Plains, 

Central Point, 

Centre Cross, 



Shenandoah 
Isle of Wight 
Isle of Wight 
Surry 
Prince George 
Albemarle 
Bedford 
Patrick 
Cumberland 
Richmond 
Russell 
Floyd 
Nansemond 
Fluvanna 
Fauquier 
Pittsylvania 
Accomack 
Nelson 
Campbell 
Clarke 
Rappahannock 
Russell 
Pittsylvania 
Roanoke 
Prince William 
Fauquier 
Wythe 
Accomack 
Roanoke 
Tazewell 
Pittsylvania 
Frederick 
Pittsylvania 
Wythe 
Sussex 
Warren 
Buckingham 
Chesterfield 
Fluvanna 
Caroline 
Essex 



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POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



•Centre Mills, 

Centreville, 

Ceres, 

Chadwell, 

Chalk Level, 

Chambersville, 

Chamblissburg, 

Champlain, 

Chandler, 

Chaneys, 

Chantilly, 

Chap, 

Charity, 

Charlemont, 

Charles City {c //),* 

Charlie Hope, 

Charlottesville {c h),"^ 

Chase City,* 

Chase Wharf, 

Chathai7i {c h), 

Chatham Hill, 

Cheapside, 

Cheatwood, 

Check, 

Cherokee, 

Cherriton,* 

Cherry, 

Cherrydale, 

Cherry Grove, 

Cherrystone, 

Chesapeake, 

Chesconessex, 

Chester,* 

Chesterfield {c h), 

Chestnut, 

Chestnut Fork, 

Chestnut Level, 

Childress, 

Chilesburg, 

Chilhowie,* 

Chiltons, 



Montgomery 

Fairfax 

Bland 

Lee 

Pittsylvania 

Frederick 

Bedford 

Essex 

Lee 

Pittsylvania 

Fairfax 

Appomattox 

Patrick 

Bedford 

Charles City 

Brunswick 

Albemarle 

Mecklenburg 

Lancaster 

Pittsylvania 

Smyth 

Northampton 

Appomattox 

Floyd 

Henry 

Northampton 

Norfolk 

Alexandria 

Rockingham 

Northampton 

Northampton 

Accomack 

Chesterfield 

Chesterfield 

Amherst 

Bedford 

Pittsylvania 

Montgomery 

Caroline 

Smyth 

Westmoreland 



Chincoteague Island,* 

Chrisman, 

Cliristiansburg {c h)* 

Christie, 

Chuckatuck, 

Chula Depot,* 

Chum, 

Churchland,* 

Church Road, 

Churchvievv, 

Churchville,* 

Churchwood,* 

Cifax, 

Cisco, 

Cismont,* 

City Point,* 

Clare, 

Claremont,* 

Claresville, 

Clarks Gap, 

Clarkson, 

Clarksville,* 

Clarkton, 

Claudville, 

Clay Bank, 

Clayce, 

Clays Mills, 

Clayport, 

Clayville, 

Clear Brook, 

Clear Fork, 

Cleeks Mills, 

Clems Branch, 

Cleopus, 

Cleveland, 

Clevilas, 

Clifford. 

Cliff Mills, 

Clift, 

Clifton Forge,* 

Clifton Station,* 



Accomack 

Rockingham 

Montgomery 

Halifax 

Nansemond 

Amelia 

Carroll 

Norfolk 

Dinwiddle 

Middlesex 

Augusta 

Pulaski 

Bedford 

Mecklenburg 

Albemarle 

Prince George 

Augusta 

Surry 

Greensville 

Loudoun 

Culpeper 

Mecklenburg 

Halifax 

Patrick 

Gloucester 

Floyd 

Halifax 

Prince George 

Powhatan 

Frederick 

Bland 

Grayson 

Grayson 

Nansemond 

Russell 

Bedford 

Amherst 

Fauquier 

Alleghany 

Alleghany 

Fairfax 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



41 



Clinch, 

Clinchport, 

Clinton, 

Clintzvood {c h). 

Clip, 

Clito, 

Clover,* 

Clover Creek, 

Cloverdale,* 

Clover Hill, 

Clung, 

Coakley, 

Coal Creek, 

Coal Hill, 

Coan, 

Coral, 

Cortes, 

Cobbs Island, 

Cobbs Creek, 

Cobham,* 

Coddyshore, 

Cody, 

Coeburn,* 

Coffee, 

Cohoke, 

Cold Harbor, 

Cold Spring, 

Colemans Falls, 

Coles Ferry, 

Coles Point, 

Colesville, 

Colina, 

Colleen, 

Colley, 

Collierstown, 

Collins Mill, 

Collinsville, 

Colonial Beach, 

Columbia,* 

Columbia Furnace, 

Columbia Grove, 



Scott 

. Scott 

Cumberland 

Dickenson 

Washington 

Grayson 

Halifax 

Highland 

Botetourt 

Rockingham 

Carroll 

Stafford 

Carroll 

Henrico 

Northumberland 

Princess Anne 

Louisa 

Northampton 

Mathews 

Albemarle 

Sussex 

Halifax 

Wise 

Bedford 

King William 

Hanover 

Carroll 

Bedford 

Charlotte 

Westmoreland 

Patrick 

Dinwiddle 

Nelson 

Dickenson 

Rockbridge 

Grayson 

Frederick 

Westmoreland 

Fluvanna 

Shenandoah 

Lunenburg 



Columbus, 

Colvin Run, 

Comers Rock, 

Comet, 

Comfort, 

Comorn, 

Compton, 

Concord Depot,''' 

Conicville, 

Conklin, 

Conrads Mills, 

Consent, 

Contra, 

Cook, 

Cool Well, 

Coonseye, 

Coonsville, 

Cooper, 

Cootes Store, 

Copeland, 

Copper Hill, 

Copper Valley, 

Coral, 

Corbet, 

Corbin, 

Cordova, 

Corinth, 

Corleyville, 

Cornland, 

Cornsville, 

Cornwall, 

Cotman, 

Cotopaxi, 

Coulson, 

Council, 

Counts, 

Coiirtland {c h),^' 

Cove, 

Cove Creek, 

Covesville,* 

Covington {c h)* 



Botetourt 

Fairfax 

Grayson 

Isle of Wight 

Dee 

King George 

Page 

Campbell 

Shenandoah 

Loudoun 

Middlesex 

Patrick 

King and Queen 

Carroll 

Amherst 

Wise 

Bedford 

Middlesex 

Rockingham 

Nansemond 

Floyd 

Floyd 

Princess Anne 

Scott 

Caroline 

Culpeper 

Lee 

Roanoke 

Norfolk 

Scott 

Rockbridge 

Henrico 

Augusta 

Carroll 

Buchanan 

Russell 

Southampton 

Roanoke 

Tazewell 

Albemarle 

Alleghany 



42 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Cowans Depot, 

Cowans Mills, 

Cowardin, 

Cowart, 

Cox, 

Coyners Spring,* 

Crab Bottom, 

Crabneck, 

Crab Orchard, 

Craddockville, 

Craig City, 

Craigs Creek, 

Craigs .Mills. 

Craigsville,* 

Cranks, 

Crawford, 

Crayon, 

Creeds, 

Creek, 

Cremona, 

Creola, 

Cresswell, 

Crest, 

Crewe,* 

Creighton, 

Cricket Hill, 

Criders, 

Criglersville, 

Crimora Station, 

Cripple Creek. 

Crittenden 

Critz, 

Croaker, 

Crockett Depot, 

Crooked Run, 

Crosby, 

Cross Junction, 

Cross Keys, 

Cross Roads, 

Crouch, 

Crow Spring, 



Rockingham 

Montgomery 

Bath 

Northumberland 

Lee 

Botetourt 

Highland 

York 

Lee 

Accomack 

Craig 

Craig 

Washington 

Augusta 

Louisa 

Franklin 

]\Iecklenburg 

Princess Anne 

Grayson 

Cumberland 

Grayson 

Russell 

Stafford 

Nottoway 

Brunswick 

Mathews 

Rockingham 

Madison 

Augusta 

Wythe 

Nansemond 

Patrick 

James City 

Wythe 

Culpeper 

Campbell 

Frederick 

Rockingham 

Halifax 

King and Queen 

Chesterfield 



Croxton, 

Crozet,* 

Cruise, 

Crystal, 

Crystal Hill, 

Cub Creek, 

Cuckoo,* 

Culpeper {c h)* 

Cumberland {c h),^ 

Cumbo, 

Cumnor, 

Curdsville, 

Curtis, 

Curve, 

Curlew, 

Cuscowilla, 

Cuzco, 

Cynthia, 

Cypress Chapel, 

D 

Dabneys, 

Daggers, 

Daisy, 

Dalbys, 

Dale Enterprise, 

Daleville, 

Dalzell, 

Damascus, 

Damon, 

Daniel, 

Danton, 

Danville,* 

Darlington Heights, 

Darvills, 

Daugherty, 

Davenport, 

Davis Mills, 

Davis Wharf, 

Dawn, 

Dawsonville, 

Daysville, 



Caroline 

Albemarle 

Patrick 

Bedford 

Halifax 

Halifax 

Louisa 

Culpeper 

Cumberland 

Lee 

King and Queen 

Buckingham 

Bedford 

Giles 

Spotsylvania 

Mecklenburg 

Louisa 

Lee 

Nansemond 

Louisa 

Botetourt 

King and Queen 

Northampton 

Rockingham 

Botetourt 

Campbell 

Washington 

Albemarle 

Orange 

Orange 

Pittsylvania 

Prince Edward 

Dinwiddie 

Accomack 

Buchanan 

Bedford 

Accomack 

Caroline 

Greene 

Loudoun 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



43 



Dayton,* 

Deans, 

Dearborn, 

Deatonsville, 

Deep Creek, 

Deerfield, 

Dehaven, 

Delaplane,* 

Delawares, 

Delclisur, 

Delos, 

Delila. 

Dell, 

Delton, 

Democrat, 

Denaro, 

Denbigh, 

Denhorn, 

Denmark, 

Denniston Junction, 

Derby, 

Desha, 

Design, 

Dexter, 

Diamond Grove, 

Diana Mills, 

Diascond, 

Dickens, 

Dickenson, 

Dickensonville, 

Dido, 

Difficult, 

Diggs, 

Dilbeck, 

Dillons Mills, 

Dillwyn, 

Dingley, 

Dimviddie {c h), 

Disputanta,* 

Diston, 

Diuguid, 



Rockingham 

Nansemond 

Amherst 

Amelia 

Norfolk 

Augusta 

Frederick 

Fauquier 

Southampton 

Lee 

Caroline 

Halifax 

Grayson 

Pulaski 

Lee 

Amelia 

Warwick 

Surry 

Rockbridge 

Halifax 

Prince George 

Essex 

Pittsylvania 

Russell 

Brunswick 

Buckingham 

James City 

Goochland 

Franklin 

Russell 

King George 

Fairfax 

Mathews 

Shenandoah 

Franklin, 

Buckingham 

Northampton 

Dinwiddie 

Prince George 

Dinwiddie 

Campbell 



Dixie, 

Dobyn, 

Dobbs, 

Dobbville, 

Dodson, 

Doe Hill, 

Dogue, 

Dominion, 

Domino, 

Dooms, 

Doran, 

Dorcas, 

Dorset, 

Dorchester, 

Dot, 

Double Bridge, 

Douglas, 

Dover, « 

Dover Mines, 

Dovesville, 

Downings, 

Doylesville, 

Dragonville, 

Drakes Branch,* 

Dranesville, 

Drapers Valley, 

Drapersville, 

Dreka, 

Drenn, 

Drewrys Bluff, 

Drewryville, 

Driver, 

Drummond, 

Dry Branch, 

Dry Bridge, 

Dryburg, 

Dryden, 

Dry Fork, 

Dublin,* 

Dubuque, 

Duff, 



Mathews 

Patrick 

Stafford 

Fauquier 

Patrick 

Highland 

King George 

Halifax 

Lee 

Augusta 

Tazewell 

Augusta 

Powhatan 

Wise 

Lee 

Lunenburg 

Lee 

Loudoun 

Goochland 

Rockingham 

Richmond 

Albemarle 

King and Queen 

Charlotte 

Fairfax 

Pulaski 

Mecklenburg 

Accomack 

Carroll 

Chesterfield 

Southampton 

Nansemond 

Craig 

Pulaski 

Chesterfield 

Halifax 

Lee 

Pittsylvania 

Pulaski 

Franklin 

Orange 



44 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Duffield, 

Dug Spur, 

Duke, . 

Dulany, 

Dumbarton, 

Dumfries, 

Dump Creek, 

Dun, 

Dunavant, 

Dunbrooke, 

Duncans, 

Duncans Mills, 

Dundee, 

Dungannon, 

Dunlap, 

Dunn-Loring, 

Dunnsville, 

Dunreath, 

Dupress, 

Durand, 

Durmid, 

Dwale, 

Dwina, 

Dyer's Store, 

Eagle Rock,* 
Eakin, 

Eanes X-Roads, 
Earleysville, 
Earls, 

Earlys Grove, 
Earnest, 
East End, 
Eastham, 
East Lake, 
East Lexington, 
East Radford,* 
East Richmond, 
East Stone Gap, 
East View, 
Eastville {c /^),* 



E 



Scott 

Carroll 

Louisa 

Floyd 

Henrico 

Prince William 

Russell 

Sussex 

Spotsylvania 

Essex 

Floyd 

Scott 

Bedford 

Scott 

Alleghany 

Fairfax 

Essex 

, Louisa 

Charlotte 

Greensville 

Campbell 

Dickenson 

Wise 

Henry 

Botetourt 

Craig 

Brunswick 

Albemarle 

Amelia 

Scott 

York 

Alexandria 

Albemarle 

Goochland 

Rockbridge 

Montgomery 

Henrico 

Wise 

Floyd 

Northampton 



Eastville Station, 

Ebony, 

Eckington, 

Eddy, 

Edenburg,* 

Edge Hill, 

Edgerton, 

Edgewater, 

Edgewood, 

Edith, 

Edmonds Store, 

Edna, 

Edom, 

Edvins, 

Edwards, 

Effna, 

Eggbornville, 

Eggleston,* , 

Ego, 

Eheart, 

Ela, 

Elamsville, 

Elba,* 

Elbow, 

Elridges Mill, 

Elect, 

Elijah, 

Elk Creek, 

Elk Garden, 

Elk Hill, 

p:iko, 

Elk Run, 

Elk Spur, 

Elkton, 

Elkwood, 

Ellendale, 

Ellerson, 

EUett, 

Ellis, 

EUiston,* 

Ellisville, 



Northampton 

Brunswick 

Culpeper 

Franklin 

Shenandoah 

King George 

Brunswick 

Grayson 

Henry 

Shenandoah 

Brunswick 

King and Queen 

Rockingham 

Henrico 

Carroll 

Bland 

Culpeper 

Giles 

Floyd 

Orange 

Scott 

Patrick 

Pittsylvania 

Powhatan 

Buckingham 

Pittsylvania 

Patrick 

Grayson 

Russell 

Goochland 

Henrico 

Fauquier 

Carroll 

Rockingham 

Culpeper 

Smyth 

Hanover 

Montgomery 

Grayson 

Montgomery 

Louisa 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



45 



Elmington, 

Elmira, 

Elmo, 

Elmont, 

Elon, 

Elrus, 

Elvan, 

Elwood, 

Emaus, 

Embrey, 

Emmerton, 

Emmets, 

Emery,* 

Emporia {c h),^ 

En on, 

Endicott, 

Enfield, 

Engleman, 

Enoch, 

Enonville, 

Enterprise, 

Epling 

Eppes Falls, 

Era, 

Erald, 

Erin Shades, 

Esmond, 

Essie, 

Ethel, 

Etna Mills, 

Etter, 

Ettrick,* 

Eulalia, 

Eureka Mills, 

Evans Wharf, 

Everets, 

Evergreen, 

Evergreen Mills, 

Everona, 

Evington,* 

Ewell, 



Nelson 

Rockbridge 

Halifax 

Hanover 

Amherst 

Sussex 

Loudoun 

Nansemond 

Bedford 

Fauquier 

Richmond 

Hanover 

Washington 

Greensville 

Goochland 

Franklin 

King William 

Rockbridge 

Middlesex 

Buckingham 

Southampton 

Giles 

Chesterfield 

JDinwiddie 

Green 

Henrico 

Albemarle 

Pulaski 

Richmond 

King William 

Wythe 

Chesterfield 

Franklin 

Charlotte 

Accomack 

Nansemond 

Appomattox 

Loudoun 

Orange 

Campbell 

James City 



Ewing, 

Exit, 

P^xmore,*'' 

Experiment, 

Ezell, 

F 

Fabers Mills 

Fagg, 

Fairfax {c /i)," 

Fairfax Station,* 

Fairfield,* 

Fair Oaks, 

Fair Port, 

Fair View, 

Fairy, 

Fall Creek Depot,* 

Falls Church,* 

Falls Mills, 

Fallville, 

Falmouth, 

Fancy Gap, 

Fancy Hill, 

Fanshaw, 

Fariston, 

Farland, 

P'armers Fork, 

Farmville {c //),* 

Farmwell, 

Farnham, 

Farr, 

Farrington, 

Fauquier Springs,* 

Favonia, 

Favor, 

Fawcett Gap, 

Felden, 

Felicia, 

Fentress, 

Fergusons Wharf, 

Fernalda, 

Ferrum, 



Lee 

Nansemond 

Northampton 

Amherst 

Brunswick 

Nelson 

Montgomery 

Fairfax 

Fairfax 

Rockbridge 

Accomack 

Northumberland 

Scott 

Grayson 

Pittsylvania 

Fairfax 

Tazewell 

Grayson 

Stafford 

Carroll 

Rockbridge 

Hanover 

Charlotte 

Roanoke 

Richmond 

Prince Edward 

Loudoun 

Richmond 

Fairfax 

Hanover 

Fauquier 

Wythe 

King and Queen 

Frederick 

Prince Edward 

Franklin 

Norfolk 

Isle of Wight 

Wise 

Franklin 



46 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Festoon, 

Fido, 

Fields, 

Fife, 

Figgsboro', 

Fincastle {c Ji),^ 

Finch ley, 

Fine Creek Mills, 

Finley, 

Finney, 

Finneys Siding, 

Finneywood, 

Fishers Hill, 

Fishersville,* 

Fitchetts, 

Fitzhugh, 

Five Forks, 

Five Oaks, 

Flag Pond, 

Flanagans Mill, 

Flat Gap, 

Flat Ridge, 

Flat Rock, 

Flatwoods, 

Flenors, 

Fletcher, 

Flint, 

Flint Hill, ^ 

Floris, 

Floyd {c h),'^ 

Fluke, 

I^lumen, 

Folley Mills, 

Foneswood, 

Forbes, 

Ford, 

Fores Store, 

Forestburg, 

Forest Depot,* 

Forest Hill, 

Forestville, 



Dickenson 

Scott 

Mecklenburg 

Goochland 

Henry 

Botetourt 

Mecklenburg 

Powhatan 

Grayson 

Accomack 

Russell 

Mecklenburg 

Shenandoah 

Augusta 

Mathews 

Brunswick 

Prince Edward 

Tazewell 

Scott 

Cumberland 

Wise 

Grayson 

Scott 

Scott 

Washington 

Greene 

Floyd 

Rappahannock 

Fairfax 

Floyd 

Botetourt 

Rockbridge 

Augusta 

Westmoreland 

Buckingham 

Dinwiddle 

Appomattox 

Prince William 

Bedford 

Brunswick 

Shenandoah 



Forkland, 

Forks of Buffalo, 

Forksville, 

Fork Union,* 

Fort Blackimore, 

Fort Defiance,* 

Fort Hoover, 

Fort Lee, 

Fort Lewis, 

Fort Mitchell, 

Fort Myer, 

Fortress Monroe, 

Foster, 

Fosters Falls,* 

Fowler, 

Fox, 

Foxden, 

Francisco, 

Franklin,* 

Franklin City, 

Franktown,* 

Fray, 

Fredericksburg,* 

Fredericks Hall,* 

Freeling, 

Freeport, 

Freeshade, 

Free Union, 

P'rench Hay, 

Friar, 

Friedens, 

Friendship, 

Friends Mission, 

Fritts, 

Front Royal {c h)* 

Fry, 

Fugates Hill, 

Fulks Run, 

Furnace, 



G 



Gainesboro, 



Nottoway 

Amherst 

Mecklenburg 

Fluvanna 

Scott 

Augusta 

Rockingham 

Henrico 

Bath 

Lunenburg 

Alexandria 

Elizabeth City 

Mathews 

Wythe 

Washington 

Grayson 

New Kent 

Craig 

Southampton 

Accomack 

Northampton 

Madison 

Spotsylvania 

Louisa 

Dickenson 

Gloucester 

Middlesex 

Albemarle 

Hanover 

Amherst 

Rockingham 

Washington 

Patrick 

Lee 

Warren 

Henry 

Russell 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Frederick 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



47 



Gaines X-Roads, 

Gaines Mill, 

Gainesville/' 

Gala,* 

Gaits Mills. 

Galveston, 

Gambetta, 

Gamma, 

Gap Store, 

Gardenia, 

Gardners, 

Garfield, 

Gargatha, 

Garrett, 

Garrisonville, 

Garth, 

Garysville, 

Gasburg, 

Gaskins, 

Gate City (c h),* 

Gatewood, 

Gaylord, 

Gays, 

Gayton, 

Genito, 

Georges Mill, 

Gertie, 

Gets, 

Gholsonville, 

Gibson Station, 

Gibsonville, 

Gidsville, 

Giffgaff, 

Gig, 

Gillespie, 

GilHamsville, 

Gills, 

Gilly, 

Gilmerton, 

Gilmores Mills, 

Glade Hill, 



Rappahannock 
Hanover 
Prince William 
Botetourt 
Amherst 
Pittsylvania 
Carroll 
Lee 
Tazewell 
Prince Edward 
Russell 
Fairfax 
Accomack 
Buckingham 
Stafford 
Albemarle 
Prince George 
Brunswick 
Greensville 
Scott 
Spotsylvania 
Clarke 
Louisa 
Henrico 
Powhatan 
Loudoun 
Norfolk 
Shenandoah 
Brunswick 
Lee 
Russell 
Amherst 
Charlotte 
Lunenburg 
Bedford 
Buckingham 
Amelia 
Wise 
Norfolk 
Rockbridge 
Franklin 



Gladesboro, 

Glade Springs,* 

Gladstone, 

Gladys,* 

Glasgow,* 

(ilass, 

Glen Allen,* 

Glenbrook, 

Glencarlyn, 

Glendale, 

Glendower, 

Glendoyle, 

Glenfall, 

Glenford, 

Glenland, 

Glen Lyn, 

Glenmore, 

Glenns, 

Glenoro, 

Glenvar, 

Glen Wilton,* 

Glenwood, 

Globe, 

Glory, 

Gloucester {c h),'^ 

Gloucester Point, 

Glove, 

Goblintown, 

Godfrey, 

Goffs, 

Gogginsville, 

Golansville, 

Golden Spring, 

Gold Hill, 

Gondola, 

Goochland {c h), 

Good^ll, 

Goodes, 

Goodes Ferry, 

Goodloes,* 

Goods Mills, 



Carroll 
Washington 
Nelson 
Campbell 
Rockbridge 
Gloucester 
Hanover 
Fairfax 
Alexandria 
Henrico 
Albemarle 
Dinwiddie 
Appomattox 
Washington 
Pittsylvania 
Giles 
Buckingham 
Gloucester 
Spotsylvania 
Roanoke 
Botetourt 
Rockbridge 
King William 
Madison 
Gloucester 
Gloucester 
Lunenburg 
Patrick 
Culpeper 
Bedford 
Franklin 
Caroline 
Buchanan 
Buckingham 
Buckingham 
Goochland 
Hanover 
Bedford 
Mecklenburg 
Spotsylvania 
Rockingham 



48 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Good View, 

Goodwin, 

Goodwins Ferry, 

Goowynsville, 

Gordonsville,* 

Gore, 

Goshen Bridge,* 

Gossan, 

Gouldin, 

Grace, 

Gracepoint, 

Grady, 

Grafton, 

Graham,* 

Grahams Forge, 

Grangeville, 

Granite, 

Granite Springs, 

Grant, 

Grantland, 

Grapefield, 

Grape Lawn, 

Grassfield, 

Grassland, 

Gratton, 

Gravel Hill, 

Gravel Spring, 

Graves Mill, 

Graysville, 

Great Bridge, 

Great Falls, 

Greenbackville, ^ 

Greenbay,* 

Green Cove, 

Greendale, 

Greenfield, 

Greenlaws Wharf, 

Greenmount, 

Green Plain, 

Green Spring Depot, 

Green Valley, 



Bedford 

Spotsylvania 

Giles 

Dinwiddle 

Orange 

Frederick 

Rockbridge 

Carroll 

Hanover 

Princess Anne 

Lancaster 

Pittsylvania 

York 

Tazewell 

Wythe 

Accomack 

Chesterfield 

Spotsylvania 

Grayson 

Henrico 

Bland 

Nelson 

Norfolk 

Orange 

Tazewell 

Buckingham 

Frederick 

Madison 

Floyd 

Norfolk 

Fairfax 

Accomack 

Prince Edward 

Washington 

Washington 

Nelson 

King Gseorge 

Rockingham 

Greensville 

Louisa 

Bath 



Greenville,* 

Greenway, 

Greenwich, 

Greenwood Depot,* 

Greystone, 

Griffith. 

Grigsby, 

Grimes, 

Grinels, 

Grizard, 

Grizzle, 

Groseclose, 

Grosses, 

Grottoes,* 

Grove, 

Grove Hill, 

Grundy {c li),^ 

Guilford, 

Guinea Mills, . 

Guineys,* 

Gum Springs, 

Gunn, 

Gunshill, 

Gunston, 

Guy, 

Guynn, 

Gypsum, 

Haddonfield, 

Hadensville, 

Hadlock, 

Hagan, 

Hagood, 

Hague, 

Hale Ford, 

Hales Mills, 

Halfway, 

Hallsboro, 

Hallwood,* 

Halsteads Point, 

Hamburg, 



H 



Augusta 

Nelson 

Prince William 

Albemarle 

Henry 

Alleghany 

King George 

F/ederick 

Middlesex 

Sussex 

Dickenson 

Smyth 

Smyth 

Rockingham 

James City 

Page 

Buchanan 

Accomack 

Cumberland 

Caroline 

Louisa 

Craig 

Dinwiddle 

Fairfax 

Mecklenburg 

Mathews 

Smyth 

Wise 

Goochland 

Northampton 

Lee 

Patrick 

Westmoreland 

Franklin 

Scott 

Fauquier 

Chesterfield 

Accomack 

York 

Shenandoah 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



49 



Hamilton,* 


Loudoun 


Hay Market,* 


Prince William 


Hammett, 


Bedford 


Haymond, 


Charlotte 


Hampden Sidney,* 


Prince Edward 


Haynesville, 


Richmond 


Hampton {c h)^-^ 


Elizabeth City 


Haywood, 


Madison 


Handsom, 


Southampton 


Hazle Spring, 


Washington 


Handford, 


Mecklenburg 


Head Quarters, 


Shenandoah 


Handy, 


Franklin 


Head Waters, 


Highland 


Htinover {c h), 


Hanover 


Healing Springs,* 


Bath 


Hansonville. 


Russell 


Hearing, 


Norfolk 


Happy Creek, 


Warren 


Heathsville {c h)/ 


Northampton 


Haran, 


Roanoke 


Hebron, 


Dinwiddie 


Harborton.* 


Accomack 


Heiskell, 


Frederick 


Hardenbuig, 


Spotsylvania 


Helena, 


Bedford 


Hardesty, 


Warren 


Helms, 


Franklirt 


Hardie, 


Henry 


Hematite, 


Alleghany 


Hardware, 


Fluvanna 


Hendricks Store, 


Bedford 


Hardys Ford, 


Franklin 


Henry, 


Sussex 


Harman, 


Tazewell 


Hepners, 


Shenandoah 


Harmony, 


Halifa'x 


Hera, 


Nottowya 


Harmony Village, 


Middlesex 


Herald, 


Dickenson 


Harpers Home, 


Brunswick 


Hermitage, 


Augusta 


Harris, 


Louisa 


Hernando, 


Franklin 


Harris Creek, 


Amherst 


Herndon,* 


Fairfax 


Harrisonburg \^c Jt)* 


Rockingham 


Hettie, 


Wise 


Harriston, 


Augusta 


Hewlett, 


Hanover 


Harrisville 


Shenandoah 


Hickman, 


Franklin 


Hartwood, 


Stafford 


Hickory, 


Norfolk 


Harveys Mills, 


Warren 


Hickory Grove, 


Prince William 


Hatcher, 


Cumberland 


Hicks Store, 


Spotsylvania 


Hat Creek,. 


Campbell 


Hicksville, 


Bland 


Hatton, 


Albemarle 


Hicks Wharf,* 


Mathews 


Haught, 


Franklin 


Higgins, 


Gcayson 


Havilla, 


Northumberland 


High Gate, 


Surry 


Hawk, 


Cumberland 


Highland Springs, 


Henrico 


Hawkinstown, 


Shenandoah 


High Peak, 


Franklin 


Hawlin, 


Rappahannock 


Hightown, 


Highland 


Hay, 


Campbell 


Hilda,. 


Sussex 


Haycock, 


Floyd 


Hillendale, 


Charlotte 


Hayes Store, 


Gloucester 


Hill Grove, 


Pittsylvania 


Hayfield, 


Frederick 


Hillsboro,* 


Loudoun 


Haymakertown, 
• 5 


Botetourt 


Hills Station, 


Scott 



50 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Hillsville ic h), 

Hiltons, 

Hinckel, 

Hinesville, 

Hinton, 

Hitch, 

Hitchcock 

Hixburg, 

Hoadley, 

Hobbs, 

Hodges Ferry, 

Hoges Store, 

Holcombs Rock, 

Holdcroft, 

Holladay, 

Holland,* 

HoUins,* 

Holly, 

Holly Brook, 

Holl)dale, 

Hollywood, 

Holstein Mills, 

Holston, 

Holston Bridge, 

Homeland. 

Homer, 

Homeville, 

Homewood, 

Honaker,* 

Honeyville, 

Hood, 

Hooes, 

Hoover, 

Hopeful, 

Hope Mills, 

Hopeside, 

Hopeton, 

Hogeville, 

Hopkins, 

Hopper, 

Hop Yard, 



Carroll 

Scott 

Frederick 

Pittsylvania 

Rockingham 

Fauquier 

Greensville 

Appomattox 

Prince William 

Wise 

Norfolk 

Giles 

Bedford 

Charles City 

Spotsylvania 

Nansemond 

Roanoke 

Chesterfield 

Bland 

Lunenburg 

Appomattox 

Smyth 

Washington 

Scott 

Culpeper 

Russell 

Sussex 

Surry 

Russell 

Page 

Madison 

King George 

Rockingham 

Louisa 

Page 

Northumberland 

Accomack 

Greensville 

Accomack 

Henry 

King George 



Horeb, 

Horners, 

Horntown,* 

Horse Pasture, 

Horsey, 

Hortons Summit 

Hot Springs. 

Hot Water, 

Houston {c /i)* 

Houston Mines, 

Howardsville,* 

Howell, 

Howertons. 

Howerys, 

Hubards, 

Hubbard Springs, 

Hudgins, 

Hudibras, 

Hudson Mill, 

Huffman, 

Huffville, 

Hugh, 

Hughes River, 

Hughesville, 

Huguenot, 

Hull, 

Hume, 

Hundley Springs, 

Hunter, 

Hunter Hall, 

Hunters Lodge, 

Huon, 

Hupp, 

Hurley, 

Hurt, 

Hurtsville, 

Hybla, 

Hyco, 

Hydraulic, 

Hylas, 

Hyters Gap, 



Bedford, 
Westmoreland 
Accomack 
Henry 
Accomack 
Scott- 
Bath 
James Cfty 
Halifax 
Botetourt 
Albemarle 
Patrick 
Essex 
Floyd 
Buckingham 
Lee 
Mathews 
King George 
Culpeper 
Craig 
Floyd 
Charlotte 
Rappahannock 
Loudoun 
Powhatan 
Highland 
Fauquier 
Appomattox 
Patrick 
Franklin 
Fluvanna 
Louisa 
Rockingham 
Buchanan 
Pittsylvania 
Appomattox 
King William 
Halifax 
Albemarle 
Hanover 
Washington 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



51 



Ida, 
Idem, 

Ilda, 

Inca, 

Indcpende7ice {c li),^ 

Independent Hill, 

Indian Creek, 

Indian Neck, 

Indian Rock, 

Indian Town, 

Indian Valley, 

Indika, 

Inez, 

Inge, 

Ingle, 

Ingram, 

Inlet, 

Ino, 

Interior, 

Intermont,* 

Invermay, 

lona, 

Iraville, 

Irby. 

Irene, 

Irisburg, 

Irish Creek, 

Iron Gate,* 

Iron Mound, 

Ironside, 

Irvington,* 

Irwin, 

Isaac, 

Isis, 

Island, 

Island Ford, 

Isle of Wight {c h), 

Issequena, 

Itata, - 



Page 

Amherst 

King George 

Fairfax 

Mecklenburg 

Grayson 

Prince William 

Norfolk 

King and Queen 

Botetourt 

Orange 

Floyd 

Isle of Wight 

Louisa 

Lunenburg 

Pulaski 

Culpeper 

Culpeper 

King and Queen 

Giles 

Giles 

Mecklenburg 

Dinwiddie 

Essex 

Nottoway 

Loudoun 

Henry 

Rockbridge 

Alleghany 

Botetourt 

Henry 

Lancaster 

Goochland 

Southampton 

Scott 

Goochland 

Rockingham 

Isle of Wight 

Goochland 

Surry 



vanhoe,* 

vondale, 

vor,* 

vy Depot,* 

vy View, 

J 

acks Mills, 
ackson, 
acksondale, 
acobsville, 
adwyn, 
amaica, 
ames River, 
ames Store, 
amestown, 
amesville, 
ap, 

arratt, 
efferson, 
effersonton,* 
effress, 
effs, 

enkins Bridge, 
ennings Gap, 
ennings Ordinary, 
erome, 
esses Mills, 
etersville,* 
etts, 
oe, 
oel, 
ohn, 
ohnson, 
ohnson Creek, 
ohnsons Springs, 
olletts, 
onesboro, 
Jonesville [c h),*' 
ordans Springs, 
ordans Store, 
orgenson, 



Wythe 

Richmond 

Southampton 

Albemarle 

Halifax 

Floyd 

Louisa 

Princess Anne 

Pittsylvania 

Shenandoah 

Middlesex 

Amherst 

Gloucester 

James City 

Northampton 

Lee 

Sussex 

Powhatan 

Culpeper 

Mecklenburg 

York 

Accomack 

Augusta 

Nottoway 

Shenandoah 

Russell 

Amelia 

Greensville 

Buchanan 

Franklin 

Russell 

Scott 

Patrick 

Goochland 

Page 

Brunswick 

Lee 

Frederick 

Powhatan 

Lunenburg 



52 



POST-OFFICES. IN VIRGINIA. 



Joyceville, 

Judd, 

Judge, 

Jump, 

Junta, 

Justisville, 



K 



• Ka, 
Kadesh, 
Karl, 
Kasey, 
Keats, 
Keeling, 
Keene, 
Keezletown, 
Keller,* 
Kelleys Ford, 
Kelly,* 
Kellyview, 
Kempis, 
Kempsville, 
Kendall Grove, 
Kenmore, 
Kennett, 
Kenton, 
Kents Store, 
Kentuck, 
Kerfoot, 
Kernstown, 
Kerrs Creek, 
Keswick,* 
Ketron, 
Kew, 

KeysviUe,* 
Kilby, 
, Kilmarnock, 
Kimball, 
Kimballton, 
Kimberling, 
King and Queen {c h), 
King George {c h), 



Mecklenburg 

Brunswick 

Dickenson 

Rockbridge 

Franklin 

Accomack 

Scott 

Pittsylvania 

Appomattox 

Bedford 

Mecklenburg 

Pittsylvania 

Albemarle 

Rockingham 

Accomack 

Culpeper 

Tazewell 

Wise 

Amelia 

Princess Anne 

Northampton 

Fairfax 

Franklin 

Wythe 

Fluvanna 

Pittsylvania 

Fauquier 

Frederick 

Rockbridge 

Albemarle 

Washington 

Campbell 

Charlotte 

Nansemond 

Lancaster 

Page 

Giles 

Bland 

King and Queen 

King George 



Kings Mill, 

King William {c h), 

Kinsale,* 

Kiracofe, 

Knightly, 

Knob, 

Knopf, 

Knolls, 

Koiners Store, 

Kola, 

Koskoo, 

Kountz, 

Kunath, 

Kyle, 

L 

Laban, 

Lacey Spring, 

Lackey, 

Laconia, 

La Crosse, 

Ladd, 

Lafayette, 

Lahore, 

Laird, 

Lake View, 

Lakota, 

Lamb, 

Lambert, 

Lamont, 

Lamsburg, 

Lancaster {c li)* 

Lance, 

Landmark, 

Land of Promise, 

Landsdown, 

Lanesville, 

Lanexa, 

Langley, 

Lantana, 

Lantz Mills, 

Lara, 



Washington 
King William- 
Westmoreland 
Augusta 
Augusta 
Tazewell 
Caroline 
Campbell 
Augusta 
Patrick 
Southampton 
Page 
Lunenburg^ 
Botetourt 

Mathews- 
Rockingham 
Henry 
Charlotte 
Mecklenburg^ 
Augusta 
Montgomery 
Orange 
Dinwiddie 
Clarke 
Culpeper 
Greene 
Mecklenburg 
Smyth 
Carroll 
Lancaster 
Stafford 
Fauquier 
Princess Anne 
Prince William 
King William 
New Kent 
Fairfax 
Goochland 
Shenandoah 
Northumberland 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



53 



Lasley, 


Louisa 


Levy, 


Loudoun 


Latonia, 


Rockingham 


Lewinsville, 


Fairfax 


Laurel Fork, 


Carroll 


Lewisetta, 


Northumberland 


Laurel Grove, 


Pittsylvania 


Lewiston, 


Spotsylvania 


Laurel Hill, 


Augusta 


Lexington {c /^,),* 


Rockbridge 


Laurel Mills, 


Rappahannock 


Liberty Furnace, 


Shenandoah 


Laurel Springs, 


Albemarle 


Liberty Mills, 


Orange 


Lawford, 


Buckingham 


Licking, 


Goochland 


Lawrcnceville {c h),'^ 


Brunswick 


Lick Run, 


Botetourt 


Lawyers, 


Campbell 


Lightfoot, 


James City 


Layman, 


Craig 


Lignum, 


Culpeper 


Layton. 


Essex 


Lilburn, 


Powhatan 


Leader, 


Chesterfield 


Lilian, 


Northumberland 


Leaksville, 


Page 


Lilly, 


Rockingham 


Leatherwood, 


Henry 


Limeton, 


Warren 


Leavells, 


Spotsylvania 


Limstrong, 


Prince William 


Lebanon {c h)* 


Russell 


Lincoln,* 


Loudoun 


Lebanon Church, 


Shenandoah 


Liiicolnia, 


Fairfax 


Leda, 


Halifax 


Lindell, 


Washington 


Lee, 


Goochland 


Linden,* 


Warren 


Leeds, 


Amherst 


Lindsay, 


Albemarle 


Leedston, 


Westmoreland 


Linville, 


Rockingham 


Lee Hall, 


Warwick 


Linward, 


Charlotte 


Leeland, 


Stafford 


Lipps, 


Wise 


Leemont, 


Accomack 


Lipscomb, 


Augusta 


Leesbnrg {c liy,'^ 


Loudoun 


Lisbon, 


Bedford 


Lees Mills, 


Washington 


Lithia, 


Botetourt 


Leesville, 


Campbell 


Little Plymouth, 


King and Queen 


Leighs, 


Fairfax 


Little River, 


Floyd 


Lelia, 


Floyd 


Littleton, 


Sussex 


Lenah, 


Loudoun 


Litwalton, 


Lancaster 


Lennig, 


Halifax 


Lively, 


Lancaster 


Lenore, 


Frederick 


Lloyds, 


Essex 


Lent, 


Caroline 


Lochleven, 


Lunenburg 


Leon, 


Madison 


Locklies, 


Middlesex 


Leplo, 


Washington 


Loco, 


Sussex 


Leslie, 


Roanoke 


Locust Creek, 


Louisa 


Lesters, 


Montgomery 


Locust Dale, 


Madison 


Lester Manor, 


King William 


Locust Grove, 


Orange 


Letcher, 


Bath 


Locust Hill, 


Middlesex 


Level Run, 


Pittsylvania 


Locust Lane, 


Scott 



54 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Locust Mount, 

Locustville, 

Lodebar, 

Lodge, 

Lodi, 

Lodore, 

Loftis, 

Lofton, 

Logan, 

Lois, 

Lola, 

London Bridge, 

Lone Cedar, 

Lone Fountain, 

Lone Gum, 

Loneoak, 

Lone Pine, 

Long, 

Long Creek, 

Long Dale,* 

Longfield, 

Long Glade, 

Long Hollow, 

Long Mountain, 

Longs Gap, 

Long Shop, 

Long Spur, 

Long View, 

Longwood, 

Looney, 

Loretto,* 

Lome, 

Lorraine, 

Lorton Valley, 

Lot, 

Lottie, 

Lottsburg, 

Lotus, 

Louisa {c h)* 

Love, 

Love Mills, 



Accomack 

Accomack 

Nelson 

Northumberland 

Washington 

Amelia 

Halifax 

Augusta 

Spotsylvania 

Fauquier 

Pittsylvania 

Princess Anne 

Patrick 

Augusta 

Bedford 

Henry 

Bedford 

Page 

Louisa 

Alleghany 

Lee 

Augusta 

Smyth 

Amherst 

Grayson 

Montgomery 

Bland 

Isle of Wight 

Rockbridge 

Craig 

Essex 

Caroline 

Henrico 

Fairfax 

Middlesex 

Rappahannock 

Northumberland 

Wise 

Louisa 

Nelson 

Washington 



Lovettsville,* 

Loving ston {c k),^ 

Lowesville, 

Lowland, 

Low Moor,* 

Lowry, 

Lucia, 

Lucketts,* 

Lucretia, 

Lula, 

Luma, 

Lumberton, 

Lundy, 

Lunenburg {c h), 

Lunette, 

Luray {c h)* 

Lydia, 

Lyells, 

Lynchburg,* 

Lynch Station,* 

Lyndhams, 

Lyndhurst, 

Lynnhaven, 

Lynnwood, 



M 



McClelland, 

McClung, 

McConnell, 

McDonalds Mills, 

McDowells,* 

McFarlands, 

McGaheysville,* 

McGehees, 

McHenry, 

McHolt, 

McMullen, 

McRaes, 

Mabelton, 

Macanie, 

Maces Spring, 

Machipongo,* 



Loudoun 

Nelson 

Amherst 

Washington 

Alleghany 

Bedford 

Henry 

Loudoun 

Pulaski 

Charlotte 

Smyth 

Sussex 

Grayson 

Lunenburg 

Loudoun 

Page 

Greene 

Richmond 

Campbell 

Campbell 

Northumberland 

Augusta 

Princess Anne 

Rockingham 

Isle of Wight 

Bath 

Scott 

Montgomery 

Highland 

Lunenburg 

Rockingham 

Louisa 

Spotsylvania 

Halifax 

Greene 

Cumberland 

Hanover 

Shenandoah 

Scott 

Northampton 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



55 



Machodoc, 

Mackie, 

Macon, 

Madison {c /i)* 

Madison Mills, 

Madison Run, 

Madisonville, 

Madrid, 

Maggie 

Magnet, 

Magnolia,* 

Magruder, 

Mahone, 

Maidens, 

Major, 

Mallory, 

Mallow, 

Malmaison, 

Malvern Hill, 

Manard, 

Manassas {c h), 

Manchester,* 

Maness, 

Mangohick, 

Mannboro, 

Manquin, 

Mansfield, 

Mansion, 

Mantapike, 

Manteo, 

Maple, 

Maple Grove, 

Mapleton, 

Mappsburg, 

Mappsville.* 

Marble Valley, 

Marengo, 

Marganna, 

Marion {c h)* 

Marionville, 

Mark, 



Westmoreland 

Norfolk 

Powhatan 

Madison 

Madison 

Orange 

Charlotte 

Augusta 

Craig 

Isle of Wight 

Nansemond 

York 

Giles 

Goochland 

Grayson 

Louisa 

Alleghany 

Pittsylvania 

Henrico 

Warren 

Prince William 

Chesterfield 

Scott 

King William 

Amelia 

King William 

Louisa 

Campbell 

King and Queen 

Buckingham 

Botetourt 

Westmoreland 

Princess Anne 

Accomack 

Accomack 

Augusta 

Mecklenburg 

Culpeper 

Smyth 

Northampton 

Rockingham 



Markham,* 

Marksville,* 

Malboro, 

Marmion, 

Marmora, 

Marshall,* 

Marsh Market, 

Martins Store, 

Martinsville {c h)* 

Ma rye, 

Marysville, 

Maryus, 

Masada, 

Mascot, 

Masons Depot, 

Masons Store, 

Massanetta Springs, 

Massanutton, 

Massaponax, 

Massey, 

Massies Mill,* 

Masters, 

Mathetus {c /i)* 

Mathias Point, 

Matilda, 

Matoaca, 

Mattoax, 

Mauck, 

Maurertown, 

Mauzy, 

Max, 

Max Meadow,* 

Maxwell, 

Maxwelton, 

Mayberry, 

Maybrook, 

Mayland, 

Mayo, 

Mayo Forge, 

Meade, 

Meade Creek, 



Fauquier 

Page 

Frederick 

Rockbridge 

Dinwiddie 

Fauquier 

Accomack 

Halifax 

Henry 

Spotsylvania 

Campbell 

Gloucester 

Washington 

King and Queen 

Sussex 

Russell 

Rockingham 

Page 

Spotsylvania 

Accomack 

Nelson 

Alleghany 

Mathews 

King George 

Bedford 

Chesterfield 

Amelia 

Page 

Shenandoah 

Rockingham 

Carroll 

Wythe 

Tazewell 

Halifax 

Patrick, 

Giles 

Rockingham 

Halifax, 

Patrick 

Essex 

Grayson 



56 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Meadow Dale, 


Highland 


Milford,* 


Caroline 


Meadow Mills, 


Frederick 


Mill, 


Carroll 


Meadows of Dan, 


Patrick 


Miilbank, 


Prince Edward 


Meadow Station, 


Henrico 


Millboro,* 


Bath 


Meadow View,* 


Washington 


Millboro Spring,* 


Bath 


Meadowville, 


Chesterfield 


Milldale, 


Warren 


Meadville, 


Halifax 


Millenbeck,* 


Lancaster 


Mearsville, 


Accomack 


Miller School, 


Albemarle 


Mechanicsburg, 


Bland 


Millers Tavern, 


Essex 


Mechanicsville, 


Loudoun 


Mill Gap, 


Highland 


Mechum River,* 


Albemarle 


Millington, 


Albemarle 


Medina, 


Washington 


Millwood,* 


Clarke 


Medlock, 


Louisa 


Milnesville, 


Augusta 


Meetze, 


Fauquier 


Milt, 


Lee 


Meherrin,* 


Lunenburg 


Mineral, 


Appomattox 


Melrose, 


Rockingham 


Mineral City,* 


Louisa 


Meltons, 


Louisa 


Mine Run, 


Orange 


Menchville, 


Warwick 


Minerva, 


Carroll, 


Mendota,"^ 


Washington 


Mingo, 


Franklin 


Menla, 


Pittsylvania 


Mineola, 


Pittsylvania 


Meredithville, 


Brunswick 


Minnieville, 


Prince William 


Mercerville, 


Louisa 


Minor, 


Essex 


Meridian, 


Dinwiddle 


Mint Spring, 


Augusta 


Mero, 


Fairfax 


Mira Fork, 


Floyd 


Merrifield, 


Fairfax 


Miskimon, 


Northumberland 


Merry Point, 


Lancaster 


Mitchell Station,* 


Culpeper 


Messick, 


York 


Moab, 


Washington 


Metompkin, 


Accomack 


Mobjack, 


Mathews 


Meyerhoffers Store, 


Rockingham 


Modest Town, 


Accomack 


Meyrick, 


Bedford 


Modock, 


Henry 


Miami, 


Lancaster 


Moffetts Creek, 


Augusta 


Michaux, 


Powhatan 


Mohemenco, 


Powhatan 


Middlebrook,* 


Augusta 


Molino, 


Warren 


Middleburg,* 


Loudoun 


Molusk, 


Lancaster 


Middletown,* 


Frederick 


Monarat, 


Carroll 


Midland* 


Fauquier 


Monaskon, 


Lancaster 


Midlothian, 


Chesterfield 


Monday, 


Floyd 


Midvale,* 


Rockbridge 


Moneto, 


Bedford 


Midway, 


Halifax 


Monitor, 


Amherst 


Midway Mills, 


Nelson 


Monmouth, 


Rockbridge 


Mike, 


Campbell 


Monrovia, 


Orange 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



57 



Montague, 

Montebello. 

Monteithville, 

Monterey [c /i)* 

Montevideo, 

Montgomery Springs, 

Montpelier, 

Montreal,* 

Montr OSS {c h), 

Montvale,* 

Moomavv, 

Moores Mill, 

Moores Store, 

Moorings, 

Moormans River,* 

Morgan, 

Morotock, 

Morris Church, 

Morrison,* 

Morrisonville, 

Morrisville, 

Morven, 

Moscow, 

Moseley, 

Moseleys Junction, 

Mossingford, 

Moss Neck, 

Mossycreek, 

Motleys, 

Mountain Falls, 

Mountain Gap, 

Mountain Grove, 

Mountain Lake, 

Mountain Road, 

Mountain Valley, 

Mountain View, 

Mount Airy, 

Mount Athos, 

Mount Carmen, 

Mount Castle, 

Mount Clifton, 



Essex 

Nelson 

Stafford 

Highland 

Rockingham 

Montgomery 

Hanover 

Nelson 

Westmoreland 

Bedford 

Roanoke 

Henry 

Shenandoah 

Surry 

Albemarle 

Scott 

Pittsylvania 

Campbell 

Warwick 

Loudoun 

Fauquier 

Amelia 

Augusta 

Buckingham 

Powhatan 

Charlotte 

Caroline 

Augusta 

Pittsylvania 

Frederick 

Loudoun 

Bath 

Giles 

Halifax 

Henry 

Stafford 

Pittsylvania 

Campbell 

Halifax 

New Kent 

Shenandoah 



Mount Clinton, 
Mount Cross. 
Mount Gilead, 
Mount Holly, 
Mount Jackson,* 
Mount Landing, 
Mount Laurel, 
Mount Leigh, 
Mount Meridian, 
Mount Olive, 
Mount Pleasant, 
Mount Sidney,* 
Mount Solon, 
Mount, 



Rockingham 

Pittsylvania 

Loudoun 

Westmoreland 

Shenandoah 

Essex 

Halifax 

Prince Edward 

Augusta 

Shenandoah 

Spotsylvania 

Augusta 

Augusta 

Stafford 



Mount Vernon on the Potomac, 

Fairfax 



Mountville, 

Mount Vinco, 

Mount Williams, 

Mount Zion, 

Mouth of Wilson, 

Muckross, 

Mulberry Island, 

Mundy Point. 

Munford, 

Murat, 

Murtleville, 

Museville, 

Musselman, 

Myndus, 

Myrtle, 

Nace, 

Naffs, 

Nahor, 

Nain, 

Nameless, 

Namozine, 

Nandua, 

Naola, 

Naples, 



N 



Loudoun 

Buckingham 

Frederick 

Campbell 

Grayson 

Mecklenburg 

Warwick 

Northumberland 

Botetou*rt 

Rockbridge 

Stafford 

Pittsylvania 

Stafford 

Nelson 

Nansemond 

Botetourt 

Franklin 

Fluvanna 

Frederick 

Campbell 

Amelia 

Accomack 

Amherst 

Highland 



5i 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Napoleon, 

Narcott, 

Narrows, 

Narseal, 

Naruna, 

Nasbie, 

Nash, 

Nasons, 

Nassawadox,^^ 

Nat, 

Nathalie, 

National Soldiers 

Natural Bridge,* 

Navy, 

Naylors, 

Neabsco Mills, 

Neathery, 

Nebletts, 

Nebo, 

Nebraska,* 

Need, 

Neersville, 

Negro, 

Negro Arm, 

Neill, 

Nellys Ford, 

Nelson, 

Nelsonia, 

Nestor, 

Nethers, 

Nettle Ridge, 

Neva, 

New Alexandria, 

New Baltimore, 

Newber7i {c /^),* 

New Canton,* 

Newcastle {c Jt),^ 

New Church, 

Newcomb, 

New Glasgow, 



Chesterfield 

Floyd 

Giles 

Amherst 

Campbell 

Wise 

Nelson 

Orange 

Northampton 

Amherst 

Halifax 

Home,* 

Elizabeth City 

Rockbridge 

Fairfax 

Richmond 

Prince William 

Halifax 

Lunenburg 

Smyth 

Appomattox 

Franklin 

Loudoun 

Hanover 

Powhatan 

King George 

Nelson 

Mecklenburg 

Accomack 

Carroll 

Madison 

Patrick 

Pittsylvania 

Fairfax 

Fauquier 

Pulaski 

Buckingham 

Craig 

Accomack 

Amherst 

Amherst 



New Hampden, 

New Hope,* 

Newington, 

New Kent {e /;),* 

Newland, 

New London, 

Newmans, 

New Market,* 

New Plymouth, 

New Point, 

New Port,* 

Newport Neivs {c h), 

New River Depot, 

News Ferry,* 

Newsoms,* 

New Store, 

Newton, 

New Upton, 

Newville, 

Nick, 

Nickelsville, 

Nimmo, 

Nimrod Hall, 

Nindes Store, 

Nineveh, 

Nininger, 

Noble, 

Noel, 

Nokesville,* 

Nola, 

Noland, 

Nominy Grove, 

Non-intervention, 

Nono, 

Nordick, 

Norfolk,* 

Norman, 

North, 

North Branch, 

North Fork, 

North Garden, 



Highland 

Augusta 

Fairfax 

New Kent 

Richmond 

Caroline 

Hanover 

Shenandoah 

Lunenburg 

Mathews 

Giles 

'' Warwick 

Pulaski 

Halifax 

Southampton 

Buckingham 

King and Queen 

Gloucester 

Prince George 

Albemarle 

Scott 

Princess Anne 

Bath 

King George 

Warren 

Bedford 

Wythe 

Hanover 

Prince William 

Franklin 

Halifax 

Westmoreland 

Lunenburg 

Lunenburg 

Washington 

Norfolk 

Culpeper 

Mathews 

Grayson 

Loudoun 

Albemarle 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



59 



North Landing, 

North River, 

North View, 

Northwest, 

Norton,* 

Nortonville, 

Norwood,* 

Nottotvay {c h)* 

Novum, 

Nowlins Mill, 

Nuckols, 

Nurseries, 

Nutbush, 

Nuttree, 

Nyle, 

Oak, 

Oakdale, 

Oak Forest, 

Oak Grove,* 

Oak Hall, 

Oakland, 

Oak Level, 

Oakley, 

Oak Park, 

Oakshade, 

Oakton, 

Oak Tree, 

Oakville, 

Oakwood, 

Oatlands, 

Occoquan,* 

Occupacia, 

Oceana, 

Ocean View, 

Ochre, 

Ocoonita, 

Octagon, 

Octavia, 

Offley, 

Oglesby, 



o 



Princess Anne 

Rockingham 

Mecklenburg 

Norfolk 

Wise 

Greene 

Nelson 

Nottoway 

Madison 

Franklin 

Buckingham 

Lee 

Lunenburg 

Chesterfield 

Pittsylvania 

New Kent 

Rockbridge 

Cumberland 

Westmoreland 

Accomack 

Louisa 

Henry 

Mecklenburg 

Madison 

Culpeper 

Fairfax 

York 

Appomattox 

Rockingham 

Loudoun 

Prince WJlliam 

Essex 

Princess Anne 

Norfolk 

Chesterfield 

Lee 

Brunswick 

Buckingham 

Hanover 

Carroll 



Oilville, 

Oklahoma, 

Old Church, 

Oldenplace, 

Oldfield, 

Oldhams, 

Oldtown,* 

Oleska, 

Olinger, 

Olive,* 

Oliver, 

Olieville, 

Ollie, 

Olo, 

Olympia, 

Oma, 

Omega, 

Onan, 

Onancock,* 

O'Neal, 

Onley,* 

Ontario, 

Onville, 

Opal, 

Opequon, 

Ophelia, 

Opie, 

Ora, 

Oral Oaks, 

Oranda, 

Orange {c 7^),* 

Orbit, 

Orchid, 

Ordinary, 

Ordsburg, 

Ordway, 

Ore Bank, 

Organsville, 

Oriskany, 

Orkney Springs,' 

Orlando, 



Goochland 

Carroll 

Hanover 

Dinwiddie 

Charles City 

Westmoreland 

Grayson 

Cumberland 

Lee 

Culpeper 

Hanover 

Nottoway 

Alleghany 

Lunenburg 

Smyth 

Culpeper 

Halifax 

Nelson 

Accomack 

Floyd 

Accomack 

Charlotte 

Stafford 

Fauquier 

Frederick 

Northumberland 

Mecklenburg 

Washington 

Lunenburg 

Shenandoah 

Orange 

Isle of Wight 

Louisa 

Gloucester 

Brunswick 

Carroll 

Buckingham 

Mecklenburg 

Botetourt 

Shenandoah 

Prince William 



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POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Orlean, 

Oronoco, 

Orrix, 

Ortis, 

Osage, 

Osborns Gap, 

Osceola, 

Oslins, 

Osso, 

Othma, 

Otterdale, 

Otter Hill, 

Otter River, 

Otter View, 

Otterville, 

Ottobine, 

Ottoman, 

Otvvay, 

Oty, 

Overall, 

Overland, 

Overly, 

Overton, 

Owens, 

Owenton, 

Ozeane, 

Paces, 

Paeonian Springs, 

Paige, 

Paineville, 

Paint Bank, 

Painter, 

Paint Lick, 

Paintmine, 

Palestine, 

Palls, 

Palmer, 

Palmer Springs, 

Palmetto, 

Palmyra {c Ji),'^ 



Fauquier 

Amherst 

Bedford 

Albemarle 

Patrick 

Dickenson 

Washington 

Buckingham 

King George 

Goochland 

Chesterfield 

Bedford 

Campbell 

Bedford 

Bedford 

Rockingham 

Lancaster 

Nelson 

Montgomery 

Page 

Mecklenburg 

Prince Edward 

Albemarle 

King George 

King & Queen 

Essex 

Halifax 

Loudoun 

Caroline 

Amelia 

Craig 

Accomack 

Tazewell 

Spotsylvania 

Washington 

King William 

Lancaster 

Mecklenburg 

Patrick 

Fluvanna 



Palo Alto, 

Pamplin City,* 

Paris, 

Parishville, 

Parites, 

Parker, 

Parksley,* 

Parnassus, 

Parr, 

Parrotts, 

Partlow, 

Passapatansy, 

Passing, 

Pastoria, 

Patrick Springs, 

Patterson, 

Patti, 

Pattonsville, 

Pauline, 

Paulington, 

Pauls X-Roads, 

Pax, 

Paxson, 

Paynes, 

Peach Bottom, 

Peach Grove, 

Peakes Turnout, 

Peakesville, 

Peanut, 

Pearch, 

Pearisburg {c h)* 

Peatross, 

Peck, 

Pedlar Mills, 

Pedro, 

Peers, 

Pembertons, 

Pembroke,* 

Pender, 

Pendletons, 

Penhook, 



Highland 

Appomattox 

Fauquier 

Frederick 

Madison 

Spotsylvania 

Accomack 

Augusta 

Botetourt 

Albemarle 

Spotsylvania 

King George 

Caroline 

Accomack 

Patrick 

Wythe 

Franklin 

Scott 

Carroll 

Rockingham 

Essex 

Floyd 

Loudoun 

P'luvanna 

Grayson 

Rockingham 

Hanover 

Bedford 

Sussex 

Bedford 

Giles 

Pittsylvania 

Carroll 

Amherst 

Essex 

Goochland 

Goochland 

Giles 

Fairfax 

Louisa 

Franklin 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



6r 



Penicks, 

Fenian, 

Pennington Gap,* 

Penola,""^ 

Penn Laird, 

Penrith, 

Peola Mills, 

Pera, 

Perkinsville, 

Pernello, 

Perrovvs, 

Perrovvville, 

Perth, 

Petersburg,^ 

Peters Creek, ■ 

Petty, 

Petuna, 

Peytonsburg, 

Philip, 

Phillis, 

Philomont,'^ 

Phoebus,* 

Pickaway, 

Piedmont, 

Pig River, 

Pilkinton, 

Pilot, 

Pinckney, 

Pine, 

Pine Apple, 

Pinero, 

Pine Top, 

Pine View, 

Pinopolis, 

Pinta, 

Pipers Gap, 

Pisgah, 

Pittston, 

Pittsville, 

Pizaro, 



Bedford 

Buckingham 

Lee 

Caroline 

Rockingham 

Cumberland 

Madison 

Amherst 

Goochland 

Franklin 

Campbell 

Bedford 

Halifax 

Dinwiddie 

Patrick 

Rockbridge 

Wythe 

Pittsylvania 

Floyd 

Mecklenburg 

Loudoun 

Elizabeth City 

Pittsylvania 

Franklin 

Pittsylvania 

Franklin 

Powhatan 

Montgomery 

Highland 

Pulaski 

Spotsylvania 

Gloucester 

Orange 

Fauquier 

Southampton 

Fluvanna 

Carroll 

Tazewell 

Pittsylvania 

Pittsylvania 

Floyd 



Plain View, 

Plantersville, 

Planto, 

Plasterco, 

Plastersburg, 

Pleasant Gap, 

Pleasant Grove, 

Pleasant Hill, 

Pleasant Ridge, 

Pleasant Shade, 

Pleasant Valley, 

Pleasant View, 

Pluck, 

Plum Branch, 

Plumpoint, 

Plunkettsville, 

Poages Mill, 

Pocahontas,* 

Poco, 

Poindexter, 

Point Eastern, 

Point Pleasant, 

Point Truth, 

Pole Green, 

Pomona, 

Pond Gap, 

Poole, 

Pope, 

Poplar, 

Poplar Hill, 

Poplar Mount, 

Poquoson, 

Port Conway, 

Pori Haywood,* 

Port Norfolk, 

Port Republic,* 

Port Royal,* 

Portsmouth {c //),'^ 

Port Walthall, 

Posey, 

Post Oak, 



King and Queen 

Lunenburg 

Halifax 

Washington 

Smyth 

Pittsylvania 

Lunenburg 

Tazewell 

Princess Anne 

Greensville 

Fairfax 

Amherst 

King George 

Campbell 

New Kent 

Augusta 

Roanoke 

Tazewell 

Shenandoah 

Louisa 

Caroline 

, Bland 

Russell 

Hanover 

Shenandoah 

Augusta 

Brunswick 

Southampton 

Nelson 

Giles 

Greensville 

York 

King George 

Mathews 

Norfolk 

Rockingham 

Caroline 

Norfolk 

Chesterfield 

Floyd 

Spotsylvania 



62 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Potato, 


Grayson 


Q 


Potomac, 


Prince William 


Quail, 


Louisa 


Potomac Mills, 


Westmoreland 


Quaker, 


Carroll 


Potts Creek, 


Alleghany 


Quicksburg, 


Shenandoah 


Pound, 


Wise 


Quillin. 


Norfolk 


Pounding Mill, 


Tazewell 


Quinby, 


Accomack 


Poverty, 


Highland 


Quinque, 


Greene 


Powcan, 


King and Queen 


Quinton, 


New Kent 


Powellton, 


Brunswick 


Ouoit, 


Floyd 


Powers, 


Clarke 


R 


Pozvhatan {c h),"^ 


Powhatan 


Rabat, 


Halifax 


Pratts, 


Madison 


Raccoon Ford,"^ 


Culpeper 


Prease, 


Bedford 


Racket, 


Lunenburg 


Preston, 


Henry 


Radcliffe, 


Mecklenburg 


Prices Fork, 


Montgomery 


Radford,* 


Montgomery 


Priddys, 


Albemarle 


Radford Furnace, 


Pulaski 


Pride, 


Dinwiddie 


Raines, 


Cumberland 


Pridemore, 


Lee 


Radiant, 


Madison 


Prillamans, 


Franklin 


Rainswood, 


Northumberland 


Prince Geoj'ge ic h)* 


Prince George 


Ramsey, 


Franklin 


Princess Anne (c h), 


Princess Anne 


Randolph,* 


Charlotte 


Printz Mills, 


Page 


Rangeley, 


Henry 


Proffit, 


Albemarle 


Ransoms, 


Buckingham 


Progress, 


Franklin 


Raphine,* 


Rockbridge 


Prospect,* 


Prince Edward 


Rapid Ann,* 


Culpeper 


Prospect Dale, 


Giles 


Rappahannock Aca 


demy, Caroline 


Prospect Hill, 


Fairfax 


Rapps Mill, 


Bockbridge 


Providence Forge,* 


New Kent 


Rasnake, 


Russell 


Pruntys, 


Henry 


Ravens Nest, 


Washington 


Puckett, 


Patrick 


Rawley Springs, 


Rockingham 


Pughs Run, 


Shenandoah 


Ray, 


Pittsylvania 


Pulaski City,* 


Pulaski 


Raynor, 


Isle of Wight 


PuUens, 


Pittsylvania 


Reads Wharf, 


Northampton 


Pungo, 


Princess Anne 


Reams Station, 


Dinwiddie 


Pungoteague,* 


Accomack 


Reardon, 


Charlotte 


Purcellville,* 


Loudoun 


Reba, 


Bedford 


Purchase, 


Scott 


Rectortown,* 


Fauquier 


Purity, 


Franklin 


Rectory, 


Stafford 


Push, 


Mecklenburg 


Red Bank, 


Halifax 


Putneys, 


Prince Edward 


Red Bluff, 


Wythe 


Pyramid, 


Franklin 


Reding, 


Goochland 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



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Redeye, 

Red Hill. 

Red House, 

Rediviva, 

Red Mills, 

Redmonds, 

Red Oak. 

Red Plains, 

Redwood, 

Reed Creek, 

Reed Island, 

Reedville,* 

Reedy. 

Reeses, 

Regent, 

Regulus, 

Rehoboth, 

Rehoboth Church, 

Rei, 

Reliance,* 

Relief, 

Remington,* 

Republican Grove, 

Rescue, 

Residence, 

Rest, 

Return, 

Reusens, 

Reva, 

Rexburg, 

Reynolds Store, 

Rhodesville, 

Rice Depot,* 

Riceville, 

Richardsville, 

Richlands,* 

Richmond {c h),'^ 

Rich Patch, 

Rich Valley, 

Ridge Church, 

Ridgemont, 



Pittsylvania 

Albemarle 

Charlotte 

Rappahannock 

Rockbridge 

Albemarle 

Charlotte 

Franklin 

Franklin 

Henry 

Pulaski 

Northumberland 

Lunenburg 

Charlotte 

Middlesex 

Henry 

Lunenburg 

Northumberland 

Washington 

Warren 

Frederick 

Fauquier 

Halifax 

Isle of Wight 

Halifax 

Frederick 

Caroline 

Campbell 

Culpepcr 

Es.''Cx 

Frederick 

Orange 

Prince Edward 

Pittsylvania 

Culpeper 

Tazewell 

Henrico 

Alleghany 

Smyth 

Henrico 

Bedford 



.Ridgeway, 
Riely, 
Rigna, 
Rileyville, 
Rillford, 
Riner,* 
Ringgold,* 
Rinkerton, 
Rio, 

Rio Vista, 
Ripleys Mills, 
Ripplemead, 
Rip Raps, 
Richieville, 
Rival, 
Rivanna, 
Rivermont, 
Riverside, 
Riversidepark, 
Riverton,* 
Riverville, 
Rives, 
Rixeyville, 
Roanes, 
Roanoke, 
Roaring Run, 
Rob, 
Roberta, 
Robertsons, 
Robinett, 
Robios, 
Rochelle, 



Henry 

Nelson 

Bedford 

Page 

Washington 

Montgomery 

Pittsylvania 

Shenandoah 

Albemarle 

Henrico 

Craig 

Giles 

Elizabeth City 

Dinwiddle 

Buckingham 

Albemarle 

Franklin 

Rockbridge 

Fairfax 

Warren 

Amherst 

Prince George 

Culpeper 

Gloucester 

Roanoke 

Botetourt 

Botetourt 

Franklin 

Bedford 

Scott 

Chesterfield 

Madison 



Rockbridge Alum Springs,* 

Rockbridge 
Rockbridge Baths,* Rockbridge 

Rock Castle, Goochland 

Rockdell, Russell 

Rock Enon Springs, Frederick 

Rockfish Depot,* Nelson 

Rockford, Stafford 

Rockhouse, Russell 



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POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Rockingham, 

Rock Island, 

Rockohock, 

Rockville, 

Rocky Gap, 

Rocky Mount {c h),^ 

Rocky Point, 

Rocky Run, 

Rodden, 

Rodes, 

Rodman, 

Rodophil, 

Rolla, 

Rolling Hill, 

Rollings Fork, 

Roman, 

Rondo, 

Rorrer, 

Rosebrook, 

Rosedale, 

Rose Hill, 

Roseland, 

Rose Mills, 

Rosenberger, 

Roseville, 

Rosita, 

Rough Creek, 

Round Hill,* 

Routts, 

Rowanta, 

Rowley, 

Roxbury, 

Roxie, 

Roxton, 

Royville, 

Rubermont, 

Ruckersville,* 

Ruel. 

Ruffins, 

Rugby, 

Rumford, 



Rockingham 

Rockingham 

New Kent 

Hanover 

Bland 

Franklin 

Botetourt 

Orange 

Halifax 

Bedford 

Norfolk 

Amelia 

Augusta 

Charlotte 

King George 

Augusta 

Pittsylvania 

Patrick 

Greene 

Russell 

Lee 

Nelson 

Amherst 

Frederick 

Stafford 

King George 

Charlotte 

Loudoun 

Fauquier 

Dinwiddle 

Westmoreland 

Charles City 

Smyth 

Lunenburg 

Loudoun 

Lunenburg 

Greene 

Hanover 

Surry 

Grayson 

King William 



Rupton, 

Rural Bower, 

Rural Home, 

Rural Retreat,* 

Rushville, 

Rustburg {c A)* 

Ruth, 

Ruther Glen,* 

Ruthville, 

Rux, 

Ryan, 

Rye Cove, 

Rye Valley, 

Ryland, 



Nelson 

Greensville 

Grayson 

Wythe 

Rockingham 

Campbell 

Augusta 

Caroline 

Charles City 

Brunswick 

Loudoun 

Scott 

Smyth 

Culpeper 



s 



Sabot Island, Goochland 

Saddle, Grayson 

Saffords, Mecklenburg 

Sago, Pittsylvania 

Saint Brides, Norfolk 

Saint Clair Bottom, Smyth 

Saint Davids Church, Shenandoah 

Saint Elmo, Alexandria 

Saint Just, Orange 

Saint Luke, Shenandoah 

Saint Paul, Wise 
Saint Stephens Church, 

King and Queen 
Saint Tammanys, 
Salem {c li)* 
Salisbury Furnace, 
Salt Creek, 



Salt Peter Cave, 
Saltville,* 
Saluda {c h)* 
Samos, 
Sampson, 
Sampsons \yharf, 
Sanco, 
Sandidges, 
Sand Lick, 



Mecklenburg 

Roanoke 

Botetourt 

Amherst 

Botetourt 

Washington 

Middlesex 

Middlesex 

Augusta 

Northumberland 

Prince Edward 

Amherst 

Dickenson 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



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Sandoval, 

Sands, 

Sandy, 

Sandy I'ottom, 

Sandy Ford, 

Sandy Hook, 

Sandy Level, 

Sandy River, 

Sanford, 

Sangerville, 

San Marino, 

Sansom, 

Santos, 

Sanville, 

Sassafras, 

Sassin, 

Saumville, 

Saunders, 

Savage Crossing, 

Savageville, 

Savannah, 

Savedge, 

Saxe, , 

Saxis, 

Sayersville, 

Schuyler, 

Scotland. 

Scottsburg,* 

Scotts X-Roads, 

Scottsford, 

Scottsville,* 

Scruggs, 

Seaview, 

Sebrell, 

Sedalia, 

Selden, 

Selma, 

Selone, 

Sentinel, 

Se^ta, 

Seven Fountains, 

6 



Culpeper 

Southampton 

Rappahannock 

Middlesex 

Bedford 

Goochland 

Pittsylvania 

Pittsylvania 

Accomack 

Augusta 

Dinwiddie 

Carroll 

Floyd 

Henry 

Gloucester 

Pulaski 

Shenandoah 

Nansemond 

Nansemond 

Accomack 

Alleghany 

Surry 

Charlotte 

Accomack 

Tazewell 

Nelson 

Surry 

Halifax 

Mecklenburg 

Rockingham 

Albemarle 

Franklin 

Northampton 

Southampton 

Bedford 

Gloucester 

Alleghany 

Fauquier 

Warren 

Isle of Wight 

Shenandoah 



Seven Islands, 

Seven Mile P'ord, 

Seven Pines, 

Severn 

Seville, 

Sewells Point, 

Sexton, 

Shackelfords, 

Shack Mills, 

Shade, 

Shadwell, 

Shady Grove, 

Shady Side, 

Shamrock, 

Shanghai, 

Shanklin, 

Shannon Hill, 

Sharps W^harf,^ 

Shaws Store, 

Shawsville,^' 

Shawver ]\Iill, 

Shelhorse, 

Shelton, 

Shenandoah,* 

Shenandoah Alum 

Sheppards, 

Sherando, 

Sherwill, 

Sherwood, 

Sheva, 

Shiloh, 

Shipps, 

Shirley, 

Shockeysville, 

Shockoe, 

Shooting Creek, 

Shores, 

Shorts Creek, 

Shortsville, 

Showalter, 



Fluvanna 

Smyth 

Henrico 

Gloucester 

Madison 

Norfolk 

Surry 

King and Queen 

Buchanan 

Fauquier 

Albemarle 

Franklin 

Northampton 

Grayson 

King and Queen 

Bath 

Goochland 

Richmond 

Mecklenburg 

Montgomery 

Tazewell 

Pittsylvania 

Nelson 

Page 

Springs, 

Shenandoali 

Buckingham 

Augusta 

Campbell 

Rockbridge 

Pittsylvania 

King George 

Princess Anne 

Charles City 

Frederick 

Pittsylvania 

Franklin 

Fluvanna 

Carroll 

Washington 

Floyd 



66 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Shraders, 

Shuff, 

Shuler, 

Shumansville, 

Siddons, 

Sideburn, 

Side way, 

Sidna, 

Sigma, 

Signpine, 

Silcott Springs, 

Silent Dell, 

Siler, 

Silverton, 

Simeon, 

Simmonsville, 

Sitnmonson, 

Simpsons, 

Singer, 

Singer Glen, 

Singville, 

Sinking Creek,* 

Sinnickson, 

Sitlington, 

Skinquarter, 

Skippers, 

Skipwith, 

Skyron, 

Slate Mill,* 

Slate River Mills, 

Slatesville, 

Slaughter, 

Slemp, 

Slusser, 

Smithfield,* 

Smithfield, 

Smith Creek, 

Smiths X-Roads, 

Smithville {c h)," 

Smoky Ordinary, 

Smoots, 



Tazewell 

Patrick 

Page 

Caroline 

Mecklenburg 

Fairfax 

Rockbridge 

Carroll 

Princess Anne 

Gloucester 

Loudoun 

Botetourt 

Frederick 

Southampton 

Albemarle 

Craig 

Richmond 

Floyd 

Roanoke 

Rockingham 

Amelia 

Craig 

Accomack 

Bath 

Chesterfield 

Greensville 

Mecklenburg 

King William 

Rappahannock 

Buckingham 

Pittsylvania 

Nelson 

Lee 

Montgomery 

Isle of Wight 

Albemarle 

Washington 

Mecklenburg 

Charlotte 

Brunswick 

Caroline 



Smyrna, 

Smythers, 

Snake Creek, 

Snapp, 

Snell, 

Snickersville, 

Snow Creek, 

Snowden, 

Snowflake, 

Snowville, " 

Snyder, 

Soapstone, 

Solomons, 

Somerset,* 

Somerton, 

Somerville, 

Sonans, 

Sontag, 

Sora, 

Soudan, 

South Boston,* 

South Hill.* 

South Quay, 

Sowego, 

Space, 

Spainville, 

Spanish Oaks, 

Sparkling Springs, 

Sparta, 

Speedwell, 

Speers Ferr}-, 

Spencer,* 

Sperryville,* 

Spoke, 

Spotcash, 

Spotsville, 

Spotsylvania {c k)* 

Spottswood, 

Spout Spring, 

Spring Creek, 

Spring Garden, 



Bedford 

Carroll 

Carroll 

Tazewell 

Spotsylvania 

Loudoun 

Franklin 

Amherst 

Scott 

Pulaski 

Augusta 

Pittsylvania 

Henrico 

Orange 

Nansemond 

Fauquier 

Pittsylvania 

Franklin 

Halifax 

Mecklenburg 

Halifax 

Mecklenburg 

Nansemond 

Fauquier 

Bedford 

Nottoway 

Appomattox 

Rockingham 

Caroline 

Wythe 

Scott 

Henry 

Rappahannock 

Henry 

Brunswick 

Surry 

Spotsylvania 

Augusta 

Appomattox 

Rockingham 

Pittsylvania 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



67 



Spring Grove, 

Springman, 

Spring Mills, 

Springvale, 

Spring Valley, 

Springville, 

Springwood, "■ 

Stafford {c Ji),"^ 

Stafford Store, 

Staffordsville, 

Stage Junction, 

Stanardsvillc [c /;),* 

Stanley, 

Stan ley ton,* 

Stapleton Mills, 

Star, 

Star key, 

Star Tannery, 

Stauntofi {c //),* 

Stebbins, 

Steelburg, 

Steeles Tavern, 

Stella, 

Stephens City,* 

Stephenson,* 

Sterling,* 

Steven sburg, 

Stevens Creek, 

Stevensville, 

Stewartville, 

Stewarts Wharf, 

Stickleyville, 

Stillman, 

Stinson, 

Stockton, 

Stoddert, 

Stokes, 

Stokesland, 

Stone Bridge, 

Stonega, 

Stoneleigh, 



Surry 

Fairfax 

Appomattox 

Fairfax 

Grayson 

Tazewell 

Botetourt 

Stafford 

Stafford 

Giles 

Fluvanna 

Greene 

Henry 

Page 

Amherst 

Carroll 

Patrick 

Frederick 

Augusta 

Halifax 

Tazewell 

Augusta 

Patrick 

Frederick 

Frederick 

Loudoun 

Culpeper 

Grayson 

King and Queen 

Bedford 

Northampton 

Lee 

Fluvanna 

Russell 

Henry 

Cumberland 

Goochland 

Pittsylvania 

Clarke 

Wise 

Fairfax 



Stone Mountain, 

Stonewall, 

Stony Creek,* 

Stony Cross, 

Stony Man, 

Stony Point, 

Stony Point Mills, 

Stormont, 

Stovall, 

Stover, 

Stoversville, 

Straight Creek, 

Straightstone, 

Strasburg,* 

Stratford, 

Stratton, 

Streets, 

Stribling Springs, 

Strom, 

Stuart {c h)/'' 

Stuarts Draft,* 

Stubbs, 

Studley, 

Stump, 

Sturgeon Point, 

Sturgeonville,* 

Subletts, 

Success, 

Sudley Springs, 

Suffolk {c h),-^ 

Sugar Grove, 

Sulphur Mines, 

Summerduck, 

Summerdean<i 

Summerfield, 

Summers, 

Summit, 

Sunbeam, 

Sunlight, 

Sunnybank, 

Sunnyside, 



Carroll 

Augusta 

Sussex 

Mecklenburg 

Page 

Albemarle 

Cumberland 

Middlesex 

Halifax 

Augusta 

Bland 

Highland 

Pittsylvania 

Shenandoah 

Westmoreland 

Dickenson 

Middlesex 

Augusta 

Botetourt 

Patrick 

Augusta 

Spotsylvania 

Hanover 

Washington 

Charles City 

Brunswick 

Powhatan 

Warren 

Prince William 

Nansemond 

Smyth 

Louisa 

Fauquier 

Augusta 

Grayson 

Rockbridge 

Spotsylvania 

Southampton 

Spotsylvania 

Northumberland 

Cumberland 



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POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Sunrise, 

Surry {c /;),* 

Sussex [c //), 

Suters, 

Sutherland, 

Sutherlin,* 

Swamp, 

Swansboro, 

Swansonville, 

Sweet Chalybeate, 

Sweet Hall, 

Swepson, 

Swift Run, 

Swope, 

Swords Creek, 

Sycamore Station, 

Sycoline, 

Sydney, 

Sydnorsville, 

Sykes, 

Sylvatus, 

Tabb, 

Tabor, 

Tabscott, 

Taccio, 

Tackett Mills, 

Tacoma,* 

Taggart, 

Talleysville, 

Tally, 

Talmash, 

Talpa, 

Tamesa, 

Tampico, 

Tamworth, 

Tangier, 

Tanners Creek, 

Tannersville, 

Tanyard, 

Taos, 



T 



Bath 
Surry 

Sussex 

Rockingham 

Dinwiddie 

Pittsylvania 

Fauquier 

Chesterfield 

Pittsylvania 

Alleghany 

King William 

Mecklenburg 

Rockingham 

Augusta 

Russell 

Pittsylvania 

Loudoun 

Montgomery 

Franklin 

Accomack 

Carroll 

York 

Washington 

Goochland 

Franklin 

Stafford 

Wise 

Buckingham 

New Kent 

Cumberland 

Giles 

Prince George 

. Franklin 

York 

Cumberland 

Accomack 

Norfolk 

Tazewell 

Henry 

Pittsylvania 



Tappahannock ic h),* 

Taro, 

Tarpon, 

Tarrys Mills, 

Tasley, 

Tasso, 

Tatum, 

Tavo, 

Taylorsburg, 

Taylors Store, 

Taylorstown, 

Taylorsville, 

Tazewell {c /i},^ 

Teck, 

Tell, 

Temperance vi He," 

Tempest, 



Essex 

Charlotte 

Dickenson 

Mecklenburg 

Accomack 

Wise 

Orange 

Pittsylvania 

Henry 

Franklin 

Loudoun 

Hanover 

Tazewell 

King William 

Pittsylvania 

Accomack 

Lunenburcf 



Templeman X- Roads, Westmoreland 



Templeton, 

Tenth Legion, 

Terrys Fork', 

Terryville, 

Tettington, 

Thalia, 

Thaxton, 

The Falls, 

The Hollow. 

Theological Seminary, 

The Plains,"" 

Thessalia, 

Theta, 

Thomasburg, 

Thompsons X-Roads, 

Thompsons Mill, 

Thompsons Valley, 

Thornburg, 

Thornhill, 

Thoroughfare, 

Three Square. 

Thurman, 

Tibitha, 



Prince George 

Rockingham 

Floyd 

Charlotte 

Charles City 

Princess Anne 

Bedford 

Nottoway 

Patrick 

Fairfax 

Fauquier 

Giles 

Campbell 

Brunswick 

Louisa 

Fauquier 

Tazewell 

Spotsylvania 

Orange 

Prince William 

Goochland 

Bedford 

Northumberland 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



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Tide, 
Tilda, 

Tilsans Mill, 
Tim, 

"Timber Ridge, 
Timbertree, 
Timberville,* 
Timberton, 
Timothy, 
Tindall, 
Tinker Knob, 
Tinkling, 
Tipton, 
Tiptop, 
Toana,* 
Tobaccoville, 
Tobax, 
Toga, 
Token, 
Toluca, 
Tomahawk, 
Toms Brook,* 
Topeco, 
Topnot, 
Tongo, 
Toshes, 
Totora, 
Towell, 
Tower Hill, 
Trammel, 
Trapp, 
Travis, 
Treakles, 
Tredway, 
Trelow, 
Trenholm, 
Trenton Mills, 
Trevillians," 
Triford,* 
Trigg, 
Trimble, 



Lee 

Lee 

Bland 

Patrick 

Rockbridge 

Scott 

Rockingham 

Scott 

Craig 

Floyd 

Botetourt 

Lunenburg 

Carroll 

Tazewell 

James City 

Powhatan 

Patrick 

Buckingham 

Prince William 

Stafford 

Pittsylvania 

Shenandoah 

Floyd 

Shenandoah 

Botetourt 

Pittsylvania 

Brunswick 

Lee 

Appomattox 

Dickenson 

Loudoun 

Prince Edward 

Lancaster 

Prince Edward 

Pittsylvania 

Powhatan 

Cumberland 

Louisa 

Rockbridge 

Giles 

Highland 



Triplet, 

Trout Dale, 

Troutville,* 

Trower, 

Trueblue, 

Trueheart, 

Truxillo, 

Tucker, 

Tucker Hill, 

Tug, 

Tuggles Gap, 

Tulip, 

Tumbez, 

Tunstall, 

Turbeville, 

Turkey Cove, 

Turman, 

Turnbull, 

Turner, 

Turtle Rock, 

Tweedys 

Twymans Mill, 

Twymans Store, 

Tye River Depot, 

Tylers, 

Tyro, 

Uggal, 
Unaka, 
Union Hall, 
Union Level, 
Union Mills,* 
Unionville,* 
Unison, 
Unity, 



u 



Brunswick 

Grayson 

Botetourt 

Accomack 

Orange 

King and Queen 

Amelia 

Buckingham 

Westmoreland 

Grayson 

Patrick 

Frederick. 

Russell 

New Kent 

Halifax 

Lee 

Floyd 

Fauquier 

Brunswick 

Floyd 

Campbell 

Madison 

Spotsylvania 

Nelson 

Hanover 

Nelson 

Southampton 
Tazewell 
Franklin 

Mecklenburg 

Fluvanna 

Orange 

Loudoun 

Southampton 



University Station (Charlottesville), 

Albemarle 
Uno. Madison 

Upperville,* Fauquier 

Upper Zion, Caroline 

Upright, Essex 



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POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



Uptonburg, 

Urbana,* 

Utt, 



V 



Vale, 

Valentines, 

Valley Centre, 

Valley Creek, 

Valley Mills, 

Valley View, 

Van Buren Furnace, 

Vance, 

Vanderpool, 

Vandola, 

Vanlear, 

Varallo, 

Vareo, 

Variety Mills, 

Variety Springs, 

Varina Grove, 

Vashti, 

Vauclause, 

Vauclause Station, 

Vaughn, 

Vawters Store, 

Vega, 

Venner, 

Venter, 

Vera, 

Verano, 

Verbena, 

Verdierville, 

Verdon, 

Vermillion, 

Vernon Hill, 

Vernon Mill, 

Vesta, 

Vesuvius, 

Vicar Switch,* 

Vicksville, 

Vienna,* 



King George 

Middlesex 

Carroll 

Fairfax 

Brunswick 

Highland 

Scott 

Augusta 

Smyth 

Shenandoah 

Pittsylvania 

Highland 

Pittsylvania 

Augusta 

Patrick 

Louisa 

Nelson 

Augusta 

Henrico 

Franklin 

Frederick 

Frederick 

Floyd 

Louisa 

Craig 

Prince Edward 

King William 

Appomattox 

Patrick 

Page 

Orange 

Hanover 

Appomattox 

Halifax 

Fauquier 

Patrick 

Rockbridge 

Montgomery 

Southampton 

Fairfax 



Viewtown, 

Vigor, 

Villa, 

Village, 

Vincents Store, 

Vine, 

Vinitaville, 

Vinton,* 

Viola. 

Virgilina, 

Virginia Beach,* 

Virginia City, 

Visey, 

Volens, 

Volney, 

Vontay, 

Voy, 

Vulcan, 

w 

Wabash, 

Wachapreague,* 

Waco, 

Wades, 

Wadesville, 

Wagram, 

Waidsboro, 

Wakefield Station,* 

Wakema, 

Walcot, 

Waldemar, 

Waldens, 

Waldrop, 

Walker Ford, 

Walkerton,* 

Wallace,* 

Wallaceton, 

Wallers, 

Walls Bridge, 

Walnut Hill, 

Walter, 

Walthall Store, 



Rappahannock 

Louisa 

Franklin 

Northumberland 

Charlotte 

Princess Anne 

Goochland 

Roanoke 

Pittsylvania 

Halifax 

Princess Anne 

Wise 

Buchanan 

Halifax 

Grayson 

Hanover 

Prince William 

Orange 

Giles 

Accomack 

Orange 

Bedford 

Clarke 

Accomack 

Franklin 

Sussex 

King William 

Floyd 

Dinwiddie 

King and Queen 

Louisa 

Amherst 

King and Queen 

Washington 

Norfolk 

Henry 

Surry 

Lee 

Russell 

Brunswick 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



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Walton Furnace, 


Wythe 


Wedonvillc, 


King George 


Waltons Store, 


Louisa 


Weems, 


Lancaster 


Wan, 


Gloucester 


Welbourne, 


Loudoun 


Waqua, 


Brunswick 


Welchburg, 


Scott 


Ward Gap, 


Carroll 


Welchs, 


Caroline 


Wardsfork Mill, 


Charlotte 


Welcome, 


King George 


Wards Mill, 


Carroll 


Wellford, 


Richmond 


Wardtown, 


Northampton 


Wellington, 


Prince William 


Ware Neck.* 


Gloucester 


Wellville, 


Nottoway 


Wares Wharf, 


Essex 


Well Water, 


Buckingham 


Warminster, 


Nelson 


Wenonda, 


Pittsylvania 


Warm Springs {c h)* 


Bath 


Wert, 


Appomattox 


Warren, 


Albemarle 


West Appomattox, 


Appomattox- 


Warre?iton {c //),* 


Fauquier 


West Augusta, 


Augusta 


Warsaza {c //),* 


Richmond 


Westboro, 


Dinwiddle 


Washington {c /;),* 


Rappahannock 


West End, 


Fairfax 


W^askey Mills, 


Botetourt 


Westland, 


Lancaster 


Wat, 


Culpeper 


West Lynchburg, 


Campbell 


Waterfall,* 


Prince William 


West Norfolk,* 


Norfolk 


Waterford,* 


Loudoun 


Westover, 


Charles City 


Waterlick, 


Warren 


West Point,* 


King William 


Waterloo, 


Culpeper 


West View, 


Goochland 


Wateroak, 


Princess Anne 


Westwood, 


Hanover 


Water View, 


Middlesex 


Wetsells, 


Greene 


Watkins, 


Halifax 


Weyanoke, 


Charles City 


Watson, 


Loudoun 


Weyers Cave, 


Augusta 


Wattsboro, 


Lunenburg 


Whaleyville, 


Nansemond 


Wattsville, 


Accomack 


Whealton, 


Lancaster 


Waugh, 


Bedford 


Wheatfield, 


Shenandoah 


Waverly Station,* 


Sussex 


Wheatland, 


Loudoun 


Waxpool, 


Loudoun 


Whiteacre, 


Frederick 


Way, 


Amherst 


White Forge, 


Scott 


Waycott, 


Highland 


White Gate, 


Giles 


Wayland, 


Scott 


White Hall, 


Frederick 


Waynesboro,* 


Augusta 


White House, 


New Kent 


Wayside, 


Pittsylvania 


White Marsh, 


Gloucester 


Weal, 


Pittsylvania 


White Plains, 


Brunswick 


Wealth ia. 


Buckingham 


White Post.* 


Clarke 


Weaver, 


Orange 


White Rock, 


Bedford 


Webb, 


Carroll 


Whites, 


Caroline 


Weddle, 


Floyd 


White Shoals, 


Lee 



POST-OFFICES IN VIRGINIA. 



White Stone,* 

White Top, 

Whitley, 

Whitlock, 

Whitmell, 

Whittles Depot, 

Whittles Mills, 

Whitcliffe, 

Wicomico Church,* 

Widewater,* 

Wiehle, 

Wier, 

Wightman, 

Wilburn, 

Wilderness, 

Wildvvay, 

Willard, 

Wilcoxs Wharf, 

Williamsburg (c h),* 

Williams Mills, 

Williamsville, 

Williams Wharf, 

Willis, 

Willow, 

Willow Springs, 

Wilmer, 

Wilmington, 

Wilsons, 

Wilsonville, 

Wilton, 

Winchester {c /i)* 

Windsor Station,* 

Windy, 

Windfall, 

Windfrey, 

Winginia,* 

Winston, 

Winnie, 

Winterpock, 

Wirtz, 

Wise (c //),* 



Lancaster 

Grayson 

Isle of Wight 

Halifax 

Pittsylvania 

Pittsylvania 

Lunenburg 

Clarke 

Northumberland 

Stafford 

Fairfax 

Highland 

Mecklenburg 

Lunenburg 

Orange 

Appomattox 

Fairfax 

Charles City 

James City 

Lunenburg 

Bath 

Mathews 

Floyd 

Amherst 

Russell 

Pittsylvania 

Fluvanna 

Dinwiddie 

Highland 

Middlesex 

Frederick 

Isle of Wight 

Amherst 

Campbell 

Culpeper 

Nelson 

Culpeper 

Nottoway 

Chesterfield 

Franklin 

Wise 



Wiseville, 

Wittens Mills, 

Witts, 

Woburn, 

Wolf Glade, 

Wolfrun, 

Wolftown, 

Wolf Trap, 

Woltz, 

Wood, 

Woodbridge, 

Woodburn, 

Woodford, 

Woodridge, 

Woods X-Roads, 

Woodstock {c //),* 

Woodview, 

Woodville,* 

Woolwine, 

Worlds, 

Worrell, 

Worsham,* 

Wren, 

Wyatt, 

Wyche, 

Wylliesburg, 

Wyndham, 

Wytheville {c h),^ 

Yak, 

Yale,* 

Yancey, 

Yancey Mills, 

Yards, 

Yellow Branch, 

Yellow Sulphur Springs, Montgomery 

Yokum, Lee 

Yorktozvn {c //),* York 

Yost, Bath 

Youngs, Spotsylvania 

Yuma, Scott 



Chesterfield 

Tazewell 

Nelson 

Mecklenburg 

Carroll 

Washington 

Madison 

Halifax 

Carroll 

Scott 

Prince William 

Loudoun 

Caroline 

Albemarle 

Gloucester 

Shenandoah 

Brunswick 

Rappahannock 

Patrick 

Pittsylvania 

Southampton 

Prince Edward 

Charlotte 

Franklin 

Brunswick 

Charlotte 

Powhatan 

Wythe 

Pittsylvania 

Sussex 

Rockingham 

Albemarle 

Tazewell 

Campbell 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



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Zack. 

Zanoni, 

Zanto, 

Zenobia, 

Zepp, 

Zetta, 



Rockbridge 

Gloucester 

Louisa 

Washington 

Shenandoah 



Zion, 

Zion Mills, 
Zions Hill, 
Zoar, 
Zollman, 
ZuUa, 



Augusta Zuni,* 



Louisa 

Lee 

Botetourt 

Chesterfield 

Rockbridge 

Fauquier 

Isle of Wight 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Aaron, 

Abbottsburg, 

Abbotts Creek 

Abells, 

Aberdeen,* 

Abernethy, 

Abi, 

Abshers, 

Acconite, 

Acresville 

Acton, 

Adams, 

Addie, 

Adelaide, 

Adlai, 

Adley, 

Adoir, 

Adoniram, 

Advance, 

Affinity, 

Afton, 

Agate, 

Aho, 

Ahoskie,* 

Ai, 

Airbellows, 

Airlie, 

Albans, 



Wayne 

Bladen 

Davidson 

Johnston 

Moore 

Iredell 

Stanly 

Wilkes 

Randolph 

Beaufort 

Buncombe 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Rockingham 

Union 

Wilkes 

Gates 

Granville 

Davie 

Robeson 

Warren 

Hertford 

Watauga 

Hertford 

Person 

Alleghany 

Halifax 

Union 



Albemarle {c h)* 

Albertson, 

Alberty, 

Albright, 

Alco, 

Alberman, 

Alexander,* 

Alexis, 

Alfordsville, 

Algiers, 

Algood, 

Alleghany, 

AUemance, 

Allensville, 

AUenton, 

Allenton Ferry, 

All Healing,* 

Alliance, 

Allison, 

AUreds, 

Alma,* 

Almond, 

Alpha, 

Alpine, 

Alspaugh. 

Altamaha, 

Altamont, 

Altan, 

Alto. 



Stanly 

Duplin 

Surry 

Alamance 

Montgomery 

Cumberland 

Buncombe 

Gaston 

Robeson 

Ashe 

Yadkin 

Madison 

Guilford 

Person 

Robeson 

Montgomery 

Gaston 

Pamlico 

Caswell 

Montgomery 

Robeson 

Swain 

Rowan 

Sampson 

Forsyth 

Alamance 

Mitchell 

Union 

Buncombe 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Amantha, 

Amboy, 

Amelia, 

Amherst, 

Amity Hill,'" 

Ammon, 

Anderson, 

Andrews, 

Angeline, 

Angle, 

Angola, 

Anna, 

Annetta, 

Ansonville, 

Antioch, 

Antler, 

Apex,'^ 

Apple Grove, 

Appletree, 

Applewhite, 

Aquone, 

Arapahoe, 

Arcadia, 

Archdale,* 

Archer, 

Arcolia, 

Arcot, 

Arden,* 

Argo, 

Argyle, 

Arlington, 

Armfield, 

Armour, 

Armstrong, 

Arnold, 

Arnt, 

Arolina, 

Asbury, 

Ascend, 

Ashe, 

Ashboro {c //),* 



Watauga 

Chowan 

Alleghany 

Martin 

Iredell 

Bladen 

Caswell 

Cherokee 

Henderson 

Wayne 

Onslow 

Alleghany 

Hertford 

Anson 

Robeson 

Moore 

Wake 

Ashe 

Greene 

Columbus 

Macon 

Pamlico 

Davidson 

Randolph 

Johnston 

Warren 

Sampson 

Buncombe 

Nash 

Cumberland 

Mecklenburg 

Iredell 

Columbus 

McDowell 

Davidson 

Catawba 

Richmond 

Montgomery 

Chatham 

Brunswick 

Randolph 



Asheville (f //),* 

Ashford, 

Ash Hill, 

Ashland, 

Ashley, 

Ashpole, 

Ashton, 

Askewville, 

Asken, 

Aspen Grove, 

Asteer, 

At fa, 

Athens, 

Athlone, 

Atkinson, 

Atlantic, 

Atlee, 

Auburn, 

Augusta, 

Aulander,* 

Aurelian Springs, 

Aurora, 

Austin, 

Autryville, 

Averysboro, 

Averys Creek, 

Avilla, 

Avoca, 

Avon, 

Axtell, 

Ayden, 

Ayersville, 

Ayr, 

Bachelor, 

Bagdad, 

Bagley, 

Bahama, 

Bailey, 

Bain, 

Bairds Creek, 



B 



Buncombe 

McDowell 

Surry 

Caswell 

Ashe 

Robeson 

Pender 

Bertie 

Craven 

Rockingham 

Henderson 

Johnston 

Robeson 

Yancey 

Pender 

Carteret 

Rockingham 

Wake 

Davie 

Bertie 

Halifax 

Beaufort 

Wilkes 

Sampson 

Harnett 

Buncombe 

Alexander 

Bertie 

Dare 

Warren 

Pitt 

Stokes 

Rutherford 

Craven 

Davidson 

Johnston 

Durham 

Davie 

Davidson 

Pamlico 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



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Baker sville (r /;),* 

Bald Creek, 

Baldwin, 

Balfour, 

Ballentines Mills, 

Ballew, 

Balsam, 

Balsam Grove, 

Bamboo, 

Bandana, 

Bandy, 

Bangor, 

Banks, 

Banner, 

Bannermans, 

Banners Elk, 

Banton, 

Barclaysville, 

Barium Springs, 

Barker, 

Barnard, 

Barnardsville, 

Barneys Store, 

Barnesville, 

Bason, 

Bass, 

Bat Cave, 

Bath.* 

Baton, 

Battleboro,'^ 

Battle Ground, 

Baucoms, 

Baxter, 

Bay, 

Bayboro U /n,* 

Bay VievkT, 

Beach Spring, 

Beams Mills, 

Bear Poplar, 

Bear Wallow, - 

Beaufort (c //),* 



Mitchell 

Yancey 

Ashe 

Henderson 

Wake 

Cherokee 

Jackson 

Transylvania 

Watauga 

Mitchell 

Catawba 

Wake 

Wake 

Johnston 

Pender 

Watauga 

Iredell 

Harnett 

Iredell 

Jackson 

Madison 

Buncombe 

Wilson 

Robeson 

Rockingham 

Sampson 

Henderson 

Beaufort 

Caldwell 

Nash 

Guilford 

Union 

Henderson 

Tyrrell 

Pamlico 

Onslow 

Perquimans 

Cleveland 

Rowan 

Henderson 

Carteret 



Beaumont, 

Beaver Creek, 

Beck, 

Beckwitli, 

Beech, 

Beech Creek, 

Bee Log, 

Begonia, 

Belcross, 

Belew Creek Mills, 

Belfast, 

Bell, 

Bellair, 

Belleport, 

Bellevoir, 

Belmont,* 

Belo, 

Belvidere,* 

Belwoods, 

Benaja, 

Benham, 

Bennett, 

Bensalem, 

Benson,* 

Bentley, 

Bentonville, 

Berea, 

Berlin, 

Bernice, 

Berry, 

Bessemer City, 

Bessie, 

Beston, 

Beta, 

Bethania, 

Bethany, 

Bethel,* 

Bethel Hill, 

Bethlehem, 

Beulahville, 

Beverlv, 



Chatham 

Ashe 

Wake 

Beaufort 

Buncombe 

Watauga 

Yancey 

Gaston 

Camden 

Forsyth 

Davidson 

Buncombe 

Craven 

Beaufort 

Chatham 

Gaston 

Surry 

Perquimans 

Cleveland 

Rockingham 

Wilkes 

Anson 

Moore 

Johnston 

Alexender 

Johnston 

Granville 

Ashe 

Ashe 

Rockingham 

Gaston 

Jackson 

Wayne 

Jackson 

Forsyth 

Davidson 

Pitt 

Person 

Hertford 

Duplin 

• Anson 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Biddleville, 


Mecklenburg 


Bogue, 


Carteret 


Big Creek, 


Stokes 


Boiling Springs, 


Cleveland 


Big Laurel, 


Madison 


Boilston, 


Henderson 


Big Lick, 


Stanly 


Bolivia, 


Brunswick 


Big Oak, 


Moore 


Bombay, 


Randolph 


Big Pine, 


Madison 


Bonus, 


Jones 


Big Ridge, 


Jackson 


Boomer, 


Wilkes 


Big Rock, 


Granville 


Boone {c h)* 


Watauga 


Big Spring, 


Jackson 


Booneville, 


Yadkin 


Biltmore,* 


Buncombe 


Border, 


Orange 


Birdtown, 


Swain 


Borum, 


Camden 


Birta, 


Pender 


Bosley, 


Gates 


Bishop, 


Beaufort 


Bostic, 


Rutherford 


Bismarck, 


Johnston 


Bostics Mills, 


Richmond 


Bizzell, 


Wayne 


Bosts Mills, 


Cabarrus 


Blackburn, 


Catawba 


Bowdens, 


Duplin 


Black Creek,* 


Wilson 


Bower, 


Forsyth 


Black Jack, 


Pitt 


Bowies Creek, 


Harnett 


Blackmans Mills, 


Sampson 


Bowles, 


Wilkes 


Blackmer, 


Rowan 


Bowmans Bluff, 


Henderson 


Black Mountain, 


Buncombe 


Bowmore, 


Robeson 


Blackstone, 


Caldwell 


Boyd, 


Rockingham 


Blackwells, 


Caswell 


Boyer, 


Alleghany 


Blackwood, 


Orange 


Boyett, 


Wilson 


Bladenboro, 


Bladen 


Bradleys Store, 


Harnett 


Blaine, 


Montgomery 


Bradshaw, 


Orange 


Blakley, 


Forsyth 


Bragg, 


Richmond 


Blanch, 


Caswell 


Branchs Store, 


Duplin 


Bland, 


Sampson 


Branchville, 


Robeson 


Blevins, 


Ashe 


Brasstown, 


Clay 


Blink, 


Moore 


Brayville, 


Chatham 


Bliss, 


Surry 


Breeze, 


Orange 


Bloomington, 


Stanly 


Brevard {c li)!^ 


Transylvania 


Blounts Creek, 


Beaufort 


Brick Church, 


Guilford 


Blowing Rock,* 


Watauga 


Bridgeport, 


Stanly 


Blue Ridge, 


Henderson 


Bridgewater, 


Burke 


Bluewing, 


Granville 


Brief, 


Union 


Bluff, 


Madison 


Brier Creek, 


Wilkes 


Bly, 


Ashe 


Briggsville, 


Madison 


Boaz, 


Chatham 


Brights Creek, 


Polk 


Bobbitt, - 


Vance 


Brighton, 


Mitchell 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



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Brim, 

Brindletown, 

Bringles, 

Brinkland, 

Brinkleyville, 

Bristow, 

Brittain, 

Britts, 

Broad River, 

Broad Shoals, 

Broadway, 

Brodie, 

Brompton, 

15rooks, 

iMOokside, 

Brookston, 

Browers Mills, 

Brown Creek, 

Brown Mountain, 

]>rowns Store, 

lirowns Su nun it, 

Brownsville, 

Brummetts Creek, 

Brunswick, 

Brunt, 

]5rush Creek, 

Brushy Mountain, 

J^ryant, 

Bryantown, 

Bryantsville, 

Br y son City ic h)," 

Buchanan, 

Buck Forest, 

Buckhorn, 

Buckner, 

Buck Shoals, 

Bud, 

Buena Vista, 

Buffalo City, 

Buffalo Cove, 

Buffaloford 



Surry 

Burke 

Davidson 

Bladen 

Halifax 

Mecklenburg 

Rutherford 

Robeson 

McDowell 

Alexander 

Moore 

Warren 

Bladen 

Alleghany 

Watauga 

Vance 

Randolph 

Union 

Stokes 

Randolph 

Guilford 

Granville 

Mitchell 

Randolph 

Cumberland 

Chatham 

Wilkes 

Chatham 

Northampton 

Iredell 

Swain 

Granville 

Transylvania 

Cumberland 

Madison 

Yadkm 

Ashe 

Buncombe 

Dare 

Caldwell 

Randolph 



Bughill, 

Buies, 

Bulla, 

Bull Head, 

Bullock. 

Bunn Level, 

Bunyon, 

Burcham, 

Burdett, 

Burgazv [c li)^-^ 

Burgess, 

Burlington,* 

Burlow, 

Burningtown, 

Burnesville (c /n," 

Busbee, 

Bushnell, 

Bushy Fork, 

Butler, 

Buxton, 

Byarsville, 

Bynum, 

Byrd, 

Byrdsville, 

Cabin, 

Cadez, 

Cagles Mill, 

Cairo, 

Calabash, 

Calahan, 

Caldwell Institute, 

Cal dwells, 

Caledonia, 

Calhoun, 

Calico, 

California. Creek, 

Camden {c h). 

Cameron,* 

Campbell, 

Camp Call, 







Columbus 

Robeson 

Randolph 

Greene 

Granville 

Harnett 

Beaufort 

W^ilkes 

Mecklenburg 

Pender 

Perquimans 

Alamance 

Moore 

Macon 

Yancey 

Buncombe 

Swain 

Person 

Rutherford 

Dale 

Cleveland 

Chatham 

Wilkes 

Columbus 

Duplin 

Lenoir 

Montgomery 

Anson 

Brunswick 

Davie 

Orange 

Mecklenburg' 

Moore 

Transylvania 

Pitt 

Madison 

Camden 

Moore 

Stokes 

Cleveland 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Camp Creek, 

Cana, 

Candler, 

Candor,* 

Cane Creek, 

Cane River, 

Canto, 

Canton,* 

Cape, 

Capells Mill, 

Caraway, 

Carbonton, 

Carl, 

Carlisle, 

Carlos, 

Carmel, 

Caroleen, 

Carpenter, 

Carr, 

Carriers Springs, 

Carson, 

Carsons Creek, 

Carters Mills, 

Carthage {c h)," 

Cary,* 

Casar, 

Cascade, 

Cases, 

Cashiers, 

Castalia, 

Castle Hayne, 

Castoria, 

Cataloochee, 

Catawba,* 

Cates, 

Catfish, 

Catharine Lake, 

Cathe> , 

Catoosa, 

Caudills, 

Cavenaugh, 



Burke 

Davie 

Buncombe 

Montgomery 

Chatham 

Yancey 

Buncombe 

Haywood 

Randolph 

Richmond 

Randolph 

Moore 

Montgomery 

Davidson 

Cumberland 

Montgomery 

Rutherford 

Gaston 

Orange 

Buncombe 

Catawba 

Transylvania 

Moore 

Moore 

Wake 

Cleveland 

Guilford 

Rockingham 

Jackson 

Nash 

New Hanover 

Greene 

Haywood 

Catawba 

Person 

Catawba 

Onslow 

Jackson 

Buncombe 

Johnston 

Duplin 



Cedar, 

Cedar Cliff, 

Cedar Creek, 

Cedar Falls, 

Cedar Grove, 

Cedar Hill, 

Cedar Mountain, 

Cedar Point, 

Cedar Rock, 

Cedar Run, 

Cedar Valley, 

Ceffo, 

Celo, 

Centergrove, 

Central Falls, 

Centre, 

Centreville, 

Cerro Gordo, 

Chadbourn, 

Chafin, 

Chalk Level, 

Chambers, 

Chandler, 

Chance, 

Chapanoke, 

Chapel Hill,* 

Charity, 

Charlotte [c //),* 

Charm, 

Chatham, 

Cheeks, 

Cheoah, 

Cherokee, 

Cherryfield, 

Cherry Grove, 

Cherry Lane. 

Cherry Point, 

Cherryville,* 

Chesterfield, 

Chestnut, 

Chestnut Ridge, 



Bladen 

Alamance 

Cumberland 

Randolph 

Orange 

Anson 

Transylvania 

Carteret 

Franklin 

Alexander 

Caldwell 

Person 

Yancey 

Person 

Randolph 

Guilford 

Franklin 

Columbus 

Columbus 

Harnett 

Harnett 

Burke 

Montgomer}' 

Sampson 

Perquimans 

Orange 

Yadkin 

Mecklenburg 

Robeson 

Surry 

Randolph 

Graham 

Swain 

Transylvania 

Caswell 

Alleghany 

Craven 

Gaston 

Burke 

Catawba 

Yadkin 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



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Chiloe, 

Chimney Rock, 

China Grove,* 

Chinquapin, 

Chockoyotte, 

Chocowinit}',* 

Chronicle, 

Chublake, 

Churchhill, 

Churchland. 

Cid, 

Cisco, 

City, 

Clara, 

Claremont," 

Clarendon, 

Clark, 

Clarks Mills, 

Clarkton," 

Clay, 

Clay Fork, 

Clayroot, 

Clayton,* 

Clear Creek, 

Clear Run, 

Clement, 

Clemmonsville, 

Clenoe, 

Cleveland, 

Cleveland Mills, 

Clifdale, 

Clifford, 

Clifton, 

Climax, 

Clingman, 

Clinton [c h),^ 

Clio, 

Closs, 

Clotho, 

Cloudland, 

Clover, 



Moore 
Rutherford 
Rowan 
Duplin 
Halifax 
Beaufort 
Catawba 
Person 
Warren 
Davidson 
Davidson 
Chowan 
Alleghany 
Stokes 
Catawba 
Columbus 
Craven 
Moore 
Bladen 
Granville 
Cumberland 
Pitt 
Johnston 
Cabarrus 
Sampson 
Sampson 
Forsyth 
Union 
Rowan 
Cleveland 
Rutherford 
Rutherford 
Ashe 
Guilford 
Wilkes 
Sampson 
Iredell 
Lenoir 
Transylvania 
Mitchell 
Polk 



Clover Orchard, 

Cluster, 

Clyde,* 

Coahoma, 

Coakley, 

Coalville, 

Cobbs, 

Coburns Store, 

Cochrum, 

Coddell Creek, 

Cody, 

Coffer, 

Cogdell, 

Coharie, 

Cohooque, 

Coinjuck,* 

Cokes, 

Coleman, 

Coleraine,* 

Coleridge, 

Coles Store, 

Coalfax,* 

Collettsville, 

Collington, 

Coll ins ville. 

Colly 

Colon, 

Columbia {c h),^ 

Columbus {c //),* 

Comet, 

Comfort, 

Como, 

Company Mills, 

Concert, 

Conclave, 

Concord {c h)" 

Conetoe,* 

Connellys Springs,* 

Connor, 

Conoho, 

Conover,* 



Alamance 
Mecklenburg 
Haywood 
Lenoir 
Edgecombe 
Cherokee 
Cherokee 
Union 
Yadkin 
Cabarrus 
Surry 
Moore 
Wayne 
Sampson 
Craven 
Currituck 
Vance 
Columbus 
Columbus 
Randolph 
Randolph 
Guilford 
Caldwell 
Dare 
Polk 
Bladen 
Chatham 
Tyrrell 
Polk 
Ashe 
Jones 
Hertford 
Guilford 
Ashe 
Richmond 
Cabarrus 
Edgecombe 
Burke 
Wilson 
Martin 
Catawba 



So 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Conrads, 

Contentnia, 

Conway, 

Concert, 

Cool Spring, 

Cooper, 

Cook, 

Copal Grove, 

Copeland, 

Corapeake, 

Corbett, 

Corinne, 

Corinth, 

Cornatzer, 

Cornelia, 

Cornwall, 

Corolla 

Costner, 

Cottonville, 

Cottonwood, 

Councils Station, 

County Line, 

Cove, 

Cove Creek, 

Covington, 

Cowans Ford, 

Cowarts, 

Coxville, 

Cozart, 

Crab Tree, 

Craig, 

Cranberry, 

Craters, 

Craven, 

Crawford, 

Creedmore, 

Creek, 

Creeksville, 

Creston, 

Cresswell,* 

Crickett, 



Yadkin 

Greene 

Northampton 

Ashe 

Iredell 

Sampson 

Catawba 

Stanly 

Surry 

Gates 

Caswell 

Duplin 

Chatham 

Davie 

Cumberland 

Granville 

Currituck 

Gaston 

Stanly 

Mecklenburg 

Bladen 

Davie 

Craven 

Haywood 

Richmond 

iNIecklenburg 

Jackson 

Pitt 

Granville 

Haywood 

McDowell 

Mitchell 

Forsyth 

Rowan 

Macon 

Granville 

Warren 

Northampton 

Ashe 

Washington 

Wilkes 



Crimsic, 

Crinkley, 

Crisp, 

Croaton, 

Crocker, 

Croft, 

Cromartie, 

Cronly,* 

Crossnore, 

Cross Roads Church, 

Cross Rock, 

Crouse, 

Crow, 

Crowders Creek, 

Crowells, 

Grumpier, 

Cruso, 

Crutchfield, 

Crystal, 

Cuba, 

Culberson,"'' 

Culbreth, 

Cullasaja, 

Culler,* 

Cullowhee, 

Cumberland, 

Cunningham,, 

Currie, 

Curriersville, 

Currituck {c h), 

Curtis, 

Cypress Creek, 

Cyrus, 



D 



Dabney, 

Daisy, 

Dale, 

Dalila. 

Dallas {c h)* 

Dalton,* 

Dana, 



Lincoln 

Warren 

Edgecombe 

Craven 

Cleveland 

Mecklenburg 

Robeson 

Columbus 

Mitchell 

Yadkin 

Madison 

Lincoln 

Ashe 

Gaston 

Halifax 

Ashe 

Haywood 

Surry 

Guilford 

Rutherford 

Cherokee 

Granville 

Macon 

Stokes 

Jackson 

Cumberland 

Person 

Pender 

Moore 

Currituck 

Alamance 

Bladen 

Onslow 

Vance 

Forsyth 

Surry 

Sampson 

Gaston 

Stokes 

Henderson 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Danamore, 

Danbury {c h), 

Dan river, 

Danville. 

Darby, 

Dardens. 

Darfer, 

Dark Ridge, 

Darlington, 

Daughton, 

Dauphin, 

Davenport, 

Davidson," 

Davidsons River, 

Davis, 

Dawson, 

Dawsons Landing, 

Day-Book, 

Dayton, 

Dealville, 

Decatur, 

Deckhill, 

Deep Creek, 

Deep River, 

Deep Run, 

Deerfield, 

Defiance, 

Dehart, 

Delight, 

Delaplane, 

Delk, 

Dellwood, 

Delmont, 

Delta, 

Demming, 

Democrat, 

Denmark, 

Dennysville, 
Denton, 

Denver, 
Depew, 



Guilford 

Stokes 

Stokes 

Guilford 

Wilkes 

Martin 

Cleveland 

Watauga 

Rutherford 

Pender 

Edgecombe 

Mecklenburg 

?^iecklenburg 

Transylvania 

Carteret 

Halifax 

Bladen 

Yancey 

Durham 

Alexander 

Polk 

Watauga 

Anson 

Guilford 

Lenoir 

Watauga 

Randolph 

Wilkes 

Cleveland 

Wilkes 

Stokes 

Haywood 

Henderson 

Sampson 

McDowell 

Buncombe 

Buncombe 

Guilford 

Davidson 

Lincoln 

Cleveland 



Derita, 

Deron, 

Deer, 

Devotion, 

De Witt, 

Dexter, 

Dial, 

Diamond Hill, 

Dickinson, 

Dicksboro, 

Dico, 

Diggs, 

Dillard, 

Dillingham, 

Dillinger, 

Dills, 

Dillsboro,* 

Dimmette, 

Dimsdale, 

Dismal, 

Dixie, 

Dixon, 

Dobag, 

Dobbersville, 

Dobson ic h)* 

Dockery, 

Dockerys Store, 

Doehead, 

Dogwood, 

Dolph, 

Dongola, 

Donnaha, 

Doolie, 

Doomore, 

Dorsey, 

Dort, 

Dosier, 

Dothan, 

Double Shoal, 

Douglas, 

Dover, 



Mecklenburg 

Surry 

Lincoln 

Surry 

Henderson 

Granville 

Cumberland 

Anson 

Harnett 

Pitt 

Stokes 

Richmond 

Stokes 

Buncombe 

Cleveland 

McDowell 

Jackson 

Wilkes 

Polk 

Sampson 

Mecklenburg 

Onslow 

Yancey 

Wayne 

Surry 

Wilkes 

Richmond 

Edgecombe 

Burke 

Duplin 

Pitt 

Forsyth 

Iredell 

Columbus 

Swain 

Gates 

Forsyth 

Columbus 

Cleveland 

Rockingham 

Craven 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Dowd, 

Downingville, 

Ubwnsville, 

Draco, 

Dresden, 

Drew, 

Drumhill, 

Drumsville, 

Dry Creek, 

Drys Mill, 

Drywells, 

Dublin, 

Duck Creek, 

Dudley, 

Dudo, 

Dukes, 

Dunlins, 

Duncan, 

Dunlap, 

Dunn,* 

Dunsmore, 

Du rants Neck, 

Durbro, 

Durham {c /;),* 

Durhams Creek, 

Dutch Cove, 

Dutchman, 

Dutchville, 

Dwight, 

Dyson, 

Dysortville, 

Eagle, 
Eagle Rock, 
Eagle Springs, 
Eagletown, 
Earleys, 
Earl Station, 
Earpsboro, 
East Bend,* 
East Durham, 



E 



Stanly 

Bladen 

Caldwell 

Caldwell 

Ashe 

'Bertie 

Gates 

Catawba 

Montgomery 

Cabarrus 

Nash 

Bladen 

Onslow 

Wayne 

Richmond 

Nash 

Davie 

Rutherford 

Iredell 

Harnett 

Buncombe 

Perquimans 

Cleveland 

Durham 

Beaufort 

Haywood 

Davie 

Granville 

' Perquimans 

Ashe 

McDowell 

Iredell 

Wake 

Moore 

Northampton 

Hertford 

Cleveland 

Johnston 

Yadkin 

Durham 



East Field, 

East Fork, 

East Lake, 

Eastland, 

East Laport, 

Eatmon, 

Echo, 

Ecusta, 

Eda, 

Eden, 

Edcnton {c /;),* 

Edgar, 

P^dge, 

Edgewood, 

Edith, 

Edmonds, 

Edneyville, 

Edonia, 

Edward, 

Edwards Cross-Roads, 

Edwardsville, 

Effie, 

Efirds Mill, 

Efland, 

Eggtown, 

Egypt, 

Elams, 

Elbaville, 

Elbethel, 

Elbow, 

Eldorado, 

Eleazer, 

Elevation, 

Elf, 

Eli, 

Elisha, 

Elizabeth City {c h)* 

Elizabethtozvii {c h)* 

Elk Creek, 

Elkin,* 

Elko, 



Mecklenburg 
Transylvania 
Dare 
Caswell 
Jackson 
Nash 
Robeson 
Transylvania 
' Stanly 
Randolph 
Chowan 
Randolph 
Bladen 
Robeson 
Catawba. 
Alleghany 
Henderson 
Cumberland 
Beaufort 
Alleghany 
Surry 
Jackson 
Stanly 
Orange 
Anson 
Chatham 
Warren 
Davie 
Cleveland 
Columbus 
Montgomery 
Randolph 
Randolph 
Clay 
Rowan 
Pasquotank 
Pasquotank 
Bladen 
Alleghany 
Surry 
Stokes 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



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Elk Park,* 

Elk Shoals, 

Elkton, 

ElkviUe, 

Ella, 

Ellenboro,* 

Ellendale, 

Ellerbe Springs, 

Ellijay, 

Elliott, 

Ellis, 

p:im City,* 

Elmer, 

FAtn Grove, 

l^Imore, 

Elmwood, 

Elmville, 

Elon College,* 

El Pason, 

Elrod. 

Elroy, 

Elsie, 

Emanuel, 

Embro, 

Emerson, 

Emit, 

Emma, 

Empire, 

Endicott, 

Endon, 

Engeld,* 

Englehart', 

English, 

Ennice, 

En no, 

Enockville, 

Enolo, 

Enterprise, 

Eoka, 

Ephesus, 

Epsom, 



Mitchell 

Alexander 

Bladen 

Wilkes 

Haywood 

Rutherford 

Alexander 

Richmond 

Macon 

Sampson 

Bladen 

Wilson 

Yancey 

Chatham 

Richmond 

Iredell 

Chatham 

Alamance 

Brunswick 

Robeson 

Wayne 

Mitchell 

Caldwell 

Warren 

BladeH 

Johnston 

Buncombe 

Randolph 

Montgomery 

Cumberland 

Halifax 

Hyde 

Madison 

Alleghany 

Wake 

Rowan 

Burke 

Davidson 

Columbus 

Davie 

Vance 



Epworth, 

Erastus, 

Erect, 

Erie Mills, 

Ernul, 

Essex, 

Estato, 

P^stelle, 

Ether, 

Etna, 

Eugene, 

Eupeptic Springs, 

Euphronia, 

PZure, 

Eureka, 

Euto, 

Eva, 

Evans, 

Evalin, 

Evansville, 

Everetts,* 

Evergreen, 

Ewing, 

Excelsior, 

Exter, 

Exum, 

Eye, 

Ezra, 

1 

Face Rock, 

Factory, 

Fair Bluff,* 

Fairfax, 

Fairfield,* 

Fair Grove, 

Fair Haven, 

Fairly, 

Fairmont, 

Fairplain, 

Fairport, 

Fairview,* 



Edgecombe 

Jackson 

Randolph 

Montgomery 

Craven 

Halifax 

Mitchell 

Caswell 

Montgomery 

Macon 

» Ashe 

Iredell 

Moore 

Gates 

Wayne 

Union 

Perquimans 

Chatham 

Iredell 

Bertie 

Martin 

Columbus 

Wake 

Brunswick 

Bertie 

Brunswick 

Ashe 

Johnston 

Buncombe 

Rutherford 

Columbus 

Graham 

Hyde 

Davidson 

Moore 

Richmond 

Davidson 

Wilkes 

Granville 

Buncombe 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Faison,^ 

Faith, 

Falcon, 

Falkland, 

Fall Cliff, 

Fall Creek, 

Falling Creek, 

Falls, 

Fallston, 

Fancy, 

Fancy Hill, , 

Fannie, 

Farmer, 

Farmington, 

Farmville,* 

Faro, 

Faucett, 

Faulk, 

Faust, 

Fayetteville {c h)," 

Felix, 

Felts, 

Fennimore, 

Ferguson, 

Ferndale, 

Fernhurst, 

Ferry, 

Fidelity, 

Fig, 
Fields, 
Fieldsboro, 
Filmore, 
Filo, 
Finch, 

Fines Creek, 
Finger, 
First Broad, 
Fish Creek, 
Fish Dam, 
Pish Top, 
Fitch, 



Duplin 
Rowan 
Cumberland 
Pitt 
Jackson 
Chatham 
Lenoir 
Wake 
Cleveland 
Cleveland 
Iredell 
Haywood 
Randolph 
Davie 
Pitt 
Wayne 
Orange 
Union 
Madison 
Cumberland 
Davie 
Wilkes 
Mecklenburg 
Haywood 
Rockingham 
Jackson 
Rutherford 
Jackson 
Ashe 
Lenoir 
Greene 
Wilson 
Montgomery 
Nash 
Haywood 
Stanly 
Rutherford 
Harnett 
Durham 
Polk 
Caswell 



Fitts, 

Five P'ork, 

Flagstown, 

Flat Creek, 

Flat River, 

Flat Rock,* . 

Flats, 

Flat Shoal, 

Flemming, 

Fletcher,* 

Flint, 

Flinty, 

Flora, 

Floral College, 

Florence, 

Florain, 

P'lower Hill, 

Flows, 

Flox, 

Floyd, 

Flynn, 

Folsom, 

Fonta Flora, 

Fontcol, 

Footville, 

Forbush, 

Ford, 

Forest City,* 

Forestville, 

Forge, 

Forkade, 

Fork Church, 

Fork Creek, 

Forks of Pigeon, 

Forneys Creek, 

Fort Barnwell,* 

Fort Landing, 

Foscoe, 

Foster, 

Fountain Hill, 

Four Oaks,* 



Warren 
Stokes 
Montgomery 
Buncombe 
Durham 
Henderson 
Macon 
Surry 
Catawba 
Henderson 
Wake 
Yancey 
Randolph 
Robeson 
Pamlico 
Anson 
Randolph 
Cabarrus 
Onslow 
Cumberland 
Moore 
Bladen 
Burke 
Richmond 
Yadkin 
Yadkin 
Stanly 
Rutherford 
Wake 
Surry 
Moore 
Davie 
Randolph 
Haywood 
Swain 
Craven 
Tyrrell 
Watauga 
Person 
Greene 
Johnston 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



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Fousts Mills, 

Fovvles, 

Francisco, 

Frank, 

Franklin {c h)," 

Franklinton,*^ 

Franklinville,^ 

Frederick, 

Freemans Mill, 

I'reemont,* 

Friedberg, 

Friendship, 

Friezeland, 

Fruitland, 
Fry, 

Fullers, 

Fulmore, 

Fulp, 

Furches,* 

Furrs, 

Gaddysville, 

Gaither, 

Gale, 

Gallaway, 

Galveston, 

Gambles Store, 

Gamewell, 

Gannaway, 

Gap Creek, 

Garden City, 

Garden Creek, 

Gardnerville, 

Garfield, 

Garland, 

Garmond, 

Garner, 

Garysburg,* 

Gastonia," 

Gatesville {c h)," 

Gate wood. 



G 



Randolph 

Jones 

Stokes 

Mitchell 

Macon 

Franklin 

Randolph 

Wilson 

Guilford 

Wayne 

. Davidson 

Guilford 

Madison 

Henderson 

Anson 

Randolph 

Robeson 

Stokes 

Ashe 

Cabarrus 

Robeson 

McDowell 

Moore 

Transylvania 

Durham 

Rutherford 

Caldwell 

Caswell 

Ashe 

McDowell 

Haywood 

Pitt 

Rowan 

Sampson 

Cabarrus 

Wake 

Northampton 

Gaston 

Gate 

Caswell 



Gath, 

Gavin, 

Gaylor, 

Gem, 

Geneva, 

Genoa, 

Gentry, 

Georgetown, 

Georgeville, 

Germantoji,* 

Gethsemane, 

Ghio, 

Gibbs, 

Gibralta, 

Gibsons Mills, 

Gibsons, 

Gibsonville,* 

Gift. 

Gilbert, 

Gilead, 

Giles Mills, 

Gilkey, 

Gilburg, 

Gilmers Store, 

Gi heath. 

Glade Creek, 

Gladesboro, 

Gladstone, 

Glady, 

Glenaloon, 

Glen Alpine, 

Glen Ayre, 

Glenburnie, 

Glenbrook, 

Glendale, 

Glendon, 

Glenfield, 

Glen Inglis, 

Glenmore, 

Glenview, 

Glenville, 



Orange 

Duplin 

Beaufort 

Buncombe 

Rockingham 

Wayne 

Rockingham 

Jackson 

Cabarrus 

Stokes 

Edgecombe 

Richmond 

Burke 

Union 

Richmond 

Richmond 

Guilford 

Johnston 

Moore 

Beaufort 

Sampson 

Rutherford 

Vance 

Guilford 

Wilkes 

Alleghany 

Randolph 

Stanly 

Buncombe 

Chatham 

Burke 

Mitchell 

Caldwell 

Montgomery 

Alamance 

Moore 

Greene 

Buncombe 

Johnston 

Halifax 

Jackson 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Glenwood, 

Gliden, 

Globe, 

Glover, 

Godwin, 

GofT. 

Golden, 

Gold Hill * 

Goldknot, 

Goldpoint, 

Gold Rock, 

Goldsboro [c h),^ 

Goldston, 

Good, 

Goodman, 

Goodwill, 

Gordonton, 

Gorman, 

Goshen, 

Gould, 

Govern, 

Governor Island, 

Grace, 

Grade, 

Grady, 

Gragg, 

Graham {c 7^),* 

Graingers, 

Grandfather, 

Grange, 

Granite Falls,* 

Granite Hill, 

Granthams Store, 

Grantsboro, 

Grantville, 

Grape Creek, 

Grapevine, 

Grassy Creek, 

Grassy Knob, 

Gravel Hill, 

Gravel Spring, 



Johnston 

Chowan 

Caldwell 

Nash 

Cumberland 

Chatham 

Rutherford 

Rowan 

Rowan 

Martin 

Nash 

Wayne 

Chatham 

Chatham 

Anson 

Forsyth 

Person 

Durham 

Wilkes 

Gaston 

Cabarru« 

Swain 

Buncombe 

Alexander 

Robeson 

Caldwell 

Alamance 

Lenoir 

Watauga 

Transylvania 

Caldwell 

Iredell 

Wayne 

Pamlico 

Buncombe 

Cherokee 

Madison 

Ashe 

Rutherford 

Bladen 

Chatham 



Gray, 

Graybeal, 

Gray Chapel, 

Grays Creek, 

Grayson, 

Greenback, 

G/een Hill, 

Greenleaf, 

Greenlees, 

Green Mountain,- 

Green River, 

Greensboro {c h),^ 

Greejiville {c /i),^ 

Greenwood, 

Greer, 

Gregory, 

Greystone, 

Griffith, 

Grifton,* 

Grigsby, 

Grimeslaiid, 

Grimesly, 

Grindoll, 

Grissom, 

Grists, 

Grit, 

Grogansville, 

Grotto, 

Grove, 

Grove Hill, 

Grover,* 

Gudger, 

Gudgers Mill, 

Guilford College,* 

Gulf, 

GuUeys Mill, 

Gumberry, 

Gum Branch, 

Gurri Neck, 

Gunpowder, 

Guy, 



Alleghany 

Ashe 

Randolph 

Cumberland 

Ashe 

Warren 

Rutherford 

Wayne 

McDowell 

Yancey 

Polk 

Guilford 

Pitt 

Moore 

Watauga 

Currituck 

Vance 

Mecklenburg 

Pitt 

Ashe 

Pitt 

Ashe 

Pitt 

Granville 

Columbus 

Pender 

Rockingham 

Moore 

Chatham 

Warren 

Cleveland 

Tyrrell 

Buncombe 

Guilford 

Chatham 

Wake 

Northampton 

Onslow 

Tyrrell 

Caldwell 

Cherokee 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



87 



H 



Guy ton, 
Gypsy, 

Hackney, 

Haddock, 

Hadley, 

Hagers, 

Hale, 

Hale Wood, 

Halifax {c h),^ 

Hallsboro, 

Halls Ferry, 

Halls Mills, 

Hallsville, 

Ham, 

Hamer, 

Hamilton," 

Hamlet,* 

Hampstead, 

Hampton, 

Hamptonville, 

Hamric, 

Handy, 

Hanging Dog, 

Hannersville, 

Harbinger, 

Hardbank, 

Hardeesville, 

Harden, 

Hargrove, 

Harley, 

Harlowe, 

Harman, 

Harmony, 

Harper, 

Harpers Cross-Roads, 

Harrells Store, 

Harrellsville,'^ 

Harrington, 

Harrisburg, 

Harris, 



Bladen 
Henderson 

Chatham 

Columbus 

Chatham 

Lincoln 

Mitchell 

Madison 

Halifax 

Columbus 

Davie 

Wilkes 

Duplin 

Bladen 

Caswell 

Martin 

Richmond 

Pender 

Granville 

Yadkin 

Rutherford 

Davidson 

Cherokee 

Davidson 

Currituck 

Stokes 

Greene 

Gaston 

Granville 

Wilkes 

Cartaret 

Watauga 

Iredell 

Johnston 

Chatham 

Sampson 

Hertford 

Harnett 

Cabarrus 

Jackson 



Harrison, 

Harrison Creek, 

Harrisville, 

Hartland, 

Harts, 

Hartshorn, 

Hartsville, 

Harvey, 

Haslin, 

Hassell, 

Hasty, 

Hatteras, 

Plattie, 

Havelock, 

Hawleys Store, 

Haw River,"'' 

Hay Meadow, 

Hayne, 

Hayseed, 

Hay Stack, 

Haysville {^c Z^),* 

Haywood, 

Healing Springs, 

Heath, 

Heathville, 

Hebron, 

Hedrick, 

Heflin, 

Heilig, 

Helton, 

Henderson {c h)* 

Hendersonvillc ic h),"^ 

Hendrix, 

Henessey, 

Henrietta, 

Henry, 

Hensley, 

Hera, 

Hermitage, 

Herrell, 

Herring, 



Mecklenburg 

Pender 

Montgomery 

Caldwell 

Rowan 

Alamance 

Wake 

Lincoln 

Beaufort 

Martin 

Richmond 

Dare 

Watauga 

Craven 

Sampson 

Alamance 

Wilkes 

Sampson 

Catawba 

Surry 

Clay 

Chatham 

Davidson 

Union 

Halifax 

Mecklenburg 

Alexander 

Nash 

Rowan 

Ashe 

Vance 

Henderson 

Wilkes 

Burke 

Rutherford 

Lincoln 

Yancey 

Transylvania 

Ashe 

Mitchell 

Sampson 



88 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Hertford {c h),"^ 

Hester, 

Hesters Store, 

Hewitts, 

Hexlena, 

Hibriten, 

Hickory,* 

Hickory Grove, 

Hicksville, 

Hiddenite, 

Higdonville, 

Higgins, 

Highlands,* 

High Point,* 

Hightov/ers, 

Highvievv, 

Hill, 

Hillgirt, 

Hilliardston, 

Hillsboro {c h)* 

Hillsdale, 

Hills Store, 

Hilltop, 

Hinton, 

Hives, 

Hiwasse, 

Hobbsville, 

Hobgood, 

Hobton, 

Hobucken, 

Hocut, 

Hodge, 

Hoffman,* 

Hogan, 

Hogback Valley, 

Hollands, 

HoUis, 

HoUoways, 

Holly Bush, 

Hollyridge, 

Holly Springs, 



Perquimans 

Granville 

Person 

Swain 

Bertie 

Caldwell 

Catawba 

Wake 

Rutherford 

Alexander 

Macon 

Yancey 

Macon 

Guilford 

Caswell 

Person 

Pitt 

Henderson 

Nash 

Orange 

Guilford 

Randolph 

Stokes 

Guilford 

Sampson 

Cherokee 

Gates 

Halifax 

Sampson 

Pamlico 

Bladen 

Cleveland 

Richmond 

Rockingham 

Transylvania 

Pitt 

Rutherford 

Person 

Cleveland 

Onslow 

Wake 



Hollywood, 

Holman, 

Holmans Mills, 

Holmesville, 

Holsclaw, 

Holt, 

Homestead, 

Hominy Creek, 

Honey, 

Hoods, 

Hooker, 

Hookerton, 

Hoover Hill, 

Hope, 

Hope Mills,* 

Hopewell, 

Hopper, 

Horners, 

Hornet, 

Horneyhead, 

Horse Shoe, 

Hothouse, 

Hot Springs,* 

Houck, 

House, 

Houstonville, 

Howard, 

Howellsville, 

Hoyle, 

Hub,* 

Hubert, 

Hudson, 

Hughes, 

Hugo, 

Hulls X-Roads, 

Hulon, 

Humphrey, 

Hunters Bridge, 

Huntersville,* 

Hunting Creek, 

Huntley, 



Carteret 

Davie 

Alamance 

Robeson 

Alexander 

Guilford 

Graham 

]5uncombe 

Union 

Mecklenburg 

Alleghany 

Greene 

Randolph 

Union 

Cumberland 

Mecklenburg 

Rockingham 

Moore 

Mecklenburg 

Jackson 

Henderson 

Cherokee 

Madison 

Caldwell 

Pitt 

Iredell 

Bertie 

Robeson 

Randolph 

Columbus 

Onslow 

Caldwell 

Mitchell 

Lenoir 

Lincoln 

Forsyth 

Duplin 

Beaufort 

Mecklenburg 

Wilkes 

Sampson 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



89 



Hunts, 


Nash 


Jacksons Creek, 


Randolph 


Huntsville, 


Yadkin 


Jacksonville (c h). 


Onslow 


Hurdle Mill, 


Person 


Jacobs Fork, 


Catawba 


Husk. 


Ashe 


Jacocks, 


Perquimans 


Hutchins, 


Surry 


James City, 


Craven 


Hyatt, 


Anson 


Jamestown,"^ 


Guilford 


Hycotee, 


Caswell 


Jamesville,* 


Martin 


I 




Jarretts, 


Swain 


Idaho, 


Cumberland 


Jarvisburg,* 


Currituck 


Idalia, 


Beaufort 


Jason, 


Greene 


Idlewild, 


Ashe 


Jasper, 


Craven 


Idols Mill, 


Ashe 


Jefferson U li),* 


Ashe 


Ilex, 


Davidson 


Jennings, 


Iredell 


Inanda, 


Buncombe 


Jeptha, 


Transylvania 


Indian Town, 


Camden 


Jerome, 


Bladen 


Indian Trail, 


Union 


Jerusalem, 


Davie 


Inez, 


Warren 


Jessamine, 


Beaufort 


Ingalls, 


Mitchell 


Jesup, 


Moore 


Ingleside, 


Franklin 


Jewell, 


Stokes 


Ingold, 


Sampson 


Jimes, 


Davidson 


Ingram, 


Northampton 


Joe, 


Madison 


Ink, 


Wilkes 


Joford, 


Duplin 


Inman, 


Robeson 


Johnson, 


Graham 


Institute, 


Lenoir 


John Station, 


Richmond 


Inverness, 


Cumberland 


Johnstons Mills, 


Pitt 


Ira, 


Wilkes 


Johnstown, 


Lincoln 


Iredell, 


Brunswick 


Jolliet, 


Forsyth 


Ironduff, 


Haywood 


Jonas Ridge, 


Burke 


Iron Hill, 


Columbus 


Jonathan, 


Haywood 


Iron Station,* 


Lincoln 


Jonesboro,* 


Moore 


Irvin, 


Transylvania 


Jones Creek, 


Anson 


Island Ford, 


Rutherford 


Jones Mine, 


Davidson 


Ita, 


Halifax 


Jonesville, 


Yadkin 


Itiner, 


Johnston 


Joppa, 


Orange 


Itom, 


Rutherford 


Joy. 


Burke 


Ivanhoe, 
Ivy, 


Sampson 
Madison 


Joynes, 
Jubilee, 


Wilkes 
Davidson 


J 


Judith, 


Union 


Jackdaw, 

Jackson {c h)* 
Jackson Hill, 


Stanly 

Northampton 

Davidson 


Judson, 

Jugtown, 

Julian, 


Swain 
Catawba 
Guilford 



90 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Jumbo, 
Juno, 
Jupiter, 
Justice, 



K 



Kadar, 

Kappa, 

Kapps Mills, 

Katesville, 

Kawana, 

Keener, 

Kehukee, 

Keith, 

Kelford, 

Kelly, 

Kelsy, 

Kelvin Grove, 

Kemps Mills, 

Kenansville (c h),* 

Kendal, 

Keneth, 

Kenly,* 

Kernersville,* 

Kerr, 

Kershaw, 

Key, 

Keyser,* 

Kidsville, 

Kiger, 

Kilby, 

Kildee, 

Kimbolton, 

Kimesville, 

Kind, 

King, 

Kings Creek, 

Kings Mountain,* 

Kingwood, 

Kinlaw, 

Kinsey, 

Ki?ist07i {c k),^ 



Caldwell 
Buncombe 
Buncombe 

Franklin 

Wake 

Davie 

Surry 

Franklin 

Mitchell 

Sampson 

Pasquotank 

Pender 

Bertie 

Bladen 

Watauga 

Wake 

Randolph 

Duplin 

Wilkes 

Martin 

Johnston 

Forsyth 

Sampson 

Pamlico 

Harnett 

Moore 

Lincoln 

Stokes 

Alexander 

Randolph 

Chatham 

Guilford 

Madison 

Stokes 

Caldwell 

Cleveland 

Mecklenburg 

Robinson 

Cherokee 

Lenoir 



Kirksey, 
Kitchen, 
Kitrell,* 
Kitty Hawk, 
Klutts. 

Knap of Reeds, 
Knob Creek, 
Knoll, 

Knotts Island, 
Knotts Store, 
Knottville, 
Kyles Landing, 

Lacey, 

Lackey, 

Lacrosse, 

Ladonia, 

Lagrange,* 

Lake Comfort, 

Lake Landing, 

Lake Wacamaw, 

Lamar, 

Lambsville, 

Lamm, 

Lamont, 

Lancaster, 

Lanes Creek, 

Langdon, 

Lanier, 

Lansing, 

Lark, 

Lasker, 

Lassiter, 

Latham, 

Lattimore, 

Laurel, 

Laurel Bluff, 

Laurel Branch, 

Laurel Hill,* 

Laurel Springs, 

Laurelton, 



McDowell 

Halifax 

Vance 

Currituck 

Cabarrus 

Granville 

Cleveland 

Macon 

Currituck 

Anson 

Wilkes 

Cumberland 

Alamance 
Alexander 
Guilford 
Surry 
Lenoir 
Hyde 
Hyde 
Columbus 
Ashe 
Chatham 
Wilson 
Guilford 
Edgecombe 
Union 
Rockingham 
Onslow 
Ashe 
Cleveland 
Northampton 
Randolph 
Beaufort 
Cleveland 
Franklin 
Surry 
Alleghany 
Richmond 
Alleghan3'' 
Madison 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



91 



Laurinburg,"* 

Lavinia, 

Lawhon, 

Lawndale, 

Lawrence, 

Laws, 

Lawsonville, 

Layton, 

Leachburg, 

Lead, 

Leaflet, 

Leaksville," 

Leander, 

Leasburg, 

Leatherman, 

Leavitt, 

Lebanon, 

Ledford, 

Ledger, 

Lee, 

Leechville, 

Leesville, 

Leewood, 

Legal, 

Lcggett, 

Lego, 

Leicester, 

Lemay, 

Lemon Springs, 

Lefioir {c /<)." 

Lenox Castle, 

Leo, 

Leon, 

Leonard, 

Leota, 

Leroy, 

Letha, 

Letitia, 

Level Cross, 

Level Plain, 

Levi, 



Richmond 

Haywood 

Moore 

Cleveland 

Edgecombe 

Orange 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Johnston 

Henderson 

Harnett 

Rockingham 

Watauga 

Johnston 

Macon 

Cumberland 

Columbus 

Clay 

Mitchell 

Madison 

Beaufort 

Robeson 

Chatham 

Harnett 

Edgecombe 

Guilford 

Buncombe 

Wake 

Moore 

Caldwell 

Rockingham 

Stanly 

Duplin 

Madison 

Chatham 

Columbus 

Franklin 

Cherokee 

Randolph 

Randolph 

Davidson 



Lewis Folic," 

Lewiston,* 

Lewisville, 

Lexington (c h),'^ 

Liberty,'^ 

Liberty Store, 

Light, 

Lilesville,'^' 

Lillington {c li), 

Lilly, 

Lima, 

Lime Rock, 

Limestone, 

Lincolnton (c h),"^ 

Linden, 

Lindsay, 

Line, 

Linney, 

Linville,* 

Linville Cove, 

Linville Store, 

Linwood, 

Lipe, 

Lisbon, 

Lisk. 

Lissa, 

Little Creek, 

Littlefield, 

Little Pine Creek, 

Little River, 

Little River Academy 

Little Rock Creek, 

Littles Mills, 

Little Sugar Loaf, 

Littleton,* 

Lizzie, 

Lockville, 

Loco, 

Locust 

Locust Hill, 

Lodo, 



Wilkes 

Bertie 

Forsyth 

Davidson 

Randolph 

Guilford 

Davidson 

Anson 

Harnett 

Camden 

Craven 

Stokes 

Buncombe 

Lincoln 

Harnett 

Orange 

Rutherford 

Ashe 

Mitchell 

Mitchell 

Burke 

Davidson 

Rowan 

Sampson 

Rowan 

Sampson 

Madison 

Pitt 

Madison 

Alexander 

Cumberland 

Mitchell 

Richmond 

Bladen 

Halifax 

Greene 

Chatham 

Onslow 

Stanly 

Caswell 

Mecklenburg 



92 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Loftis, 

Logans Store, 

Loggy, 

Lomax, 

Lonely, 

Long Creek,* 

Longford, 

Long Leaf, 

Long Pine, 

Longshoals, 

Longs Store, 

Longtown, 

Longvievv, 

Loretta, 

Lotta, 

Louisburg {c h)* 

Louise, 

Lovelace, 

Lovelady, 

Loves Level, 

Lowder, 

Lowe, 

Lowell, 

Lowesville, 

Low Gap, 

Lowland, 

Loyd, 

Loys Shop, 

Lucama, 

Lucia, 

Lucille, 

Luck, 

Lufty, 

Lul, 

Lumber Bridge,* 

Lumber ton {c //),* 

Lupton, 

Luster, 

Luther, 

Lutterloh, 

Lydia, 



Transylvania 

Rutherford 

Mitchell 

Wilkes 

Moore 

Pender 

Iredell 

Moore 

Anson 

Lincoln 

Union 

Yadkin 

Guilford 

Catawba 

Hertford 

Franklin 

Catawba 

Wilkes 

Mecklenburg 

Union 

Stanly 

Robeson 

Gaston 

Lincoln 

Surry 

Pamlico 

Lincoln 

Alamance 

Wilson 

Gaston 

Wilkes 

Madison 

Gaston 

Wake 

Robeson 

Robeson 

Carteret 

Durham 

Buncombe 

Chatham 

Sampson 



Lyman, 

Lynch, 

Lyndover, 

Ly n n , 

Lyons, 

Lyons Landing, 

Lytch, 

Lytton, 

McAdenville,* 

McArthurs, 

McCains, 

McCall, 

McClamniy, 

McCray, 

McCurdy, 

McFarland, 

McGowan, 

McKee, 

McKoy, 

McLeansville, 

McNair, 

McNatt, 

McNeely, 

Mabel, 

Mabry, 

Macedonia, 

Machpelah, 

Mack, 

Mackey Ferry,* 

Macon,* 

Madge, 

Madison,* 

Magnetic City, 

Magnolia,* 

Magruder, 

Maiden, 

Maitland, 

Makatoka. 

Makeleyville, 

Malee, 



M 



Duplin 

Madison 

Durham 

Polk 

Granville 

Bladen 

Richmond 

Randolph 

Gaston 

Robeson 

Union 

Caldwell 

Wayne 

Alamance 

Iredell 

Anson 

Duplin 

Davidson 

Sampson 

Guilford 

Richmond 

Robeson 

Rockingham 

Watauga 

Stanly 

Montgomery 

Lincoln 

Rutherford 

Washington 

Warren 

Mecklenburg 

Rockingham 

Mitchell 

Duplin 

Bladen 

Catawba 

Sampson 

Brunswick 

Hyde 

Richmond. 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



93 



Malmo, 

Mana, 

Manchester, 

Mangum, 

^lanley,* 

Manndale, 

M a n n i 11 g^ . 

Manns Harbor, 

Manson, 

Manteo {c h)* 

Maple Cypress, 

Maple Hill. 

Maple Springs, 

Mapleton, 

Mapleville, 

Marble, 

Marengo, 

Margaretsvillr;,* 

Maribel, 

Marines, 

Marion {c />)," 

Mariposa, 

Marler. 

Marleys Mills, 

Marlville, 

Marmaduke, 

Marsh, 

Marshall {c h),^ 

Marshallberg, 

Mars Hill,* 

Marshville, 

Martha, 

Martin, 

Martindale, 

Martins Mill, 

Mascot, 

Mashoes, 

Massey, 

Mast, 

Matthews,* 

Maud, 



Brunswick 
Yadkin 
Cumberland 
Richmond 
Moore 
Chatham 
Rowan 
Dare 
Warren 
Dare 
Craven 
Pender 
Wilkes 
Hertford 
Franklin 
Cherokee 
Anson 
Northampton 
Pamlico 
Onslow 
McDowell 
Lincoln 
Yadkin 
Randolph 
Bladen 
Warren 
Davidson 
Madison 
Carteret 
Madison 
Union 
Randolph 
Yadkin 
Mecklenburg 
Montgomery 
Buncombe 
Dare 
Wake 
Watauga 
Mecklenburg 
Randolph 



Maximo. 

Maxton,* 

Maxwell, 

May, 

May field, 

May hew, 

Mayo, 

Mayodan, 

Maysville, 

May wood. 

Meadow Hill, 

Meadows, 

Meat Camp, 

Mebane,"" 

Mechanic, 

Medlin, 

Medoc, 

Meeksville, 

Meganna, 

Meherrin, 

Meiggs, 

Melanchton, 

Melrose, 

Melville, 

Melvin Hill, 

Memory, 

Menola, 

Merchant Mills. 

Meredith, 

Merritt, 

Merrimon, 

Merry Hill, 

Merry Mount, 

Merry Oaks, 

Mesic, 

Metal, 

Method, 

Miami, 

Mica. 

Micaville, 

Michael, 



Cabarrus 

Robeson 

Henderson 

Harnett, 

Rockingham 

Iredell 

Rockingham 

Rockingham 

Jones 

Alamance 

Caldwell 

Stokes 

Watauga 

Alamance 

Randolph 

Swain 

Halifax 

Wilson 

Buncombe 

Northampton 

Surry 

Randolph 

Robeson 

Alamance 

Polk 

Rut"herford 

Hertford 

Gates 

Orange 

Pamlico 

Carteret 

Bertie 

Warren 

Chatham 

Pamlico 

Cleveland 

Wake 

Northampton. 

Mitchell 

Yancey 

Davidson 



94 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Micro, 


Johnston 


Money, 


Henderson 


Middleburg,* 


Vance 


Monroe [c k),* 


Union 


Middle Cane, 


Watauga 


Monroeton, 


Rockingham 


Middletovvn, 


Hyde 


Montague, 


Pender 


Midway, 


Davidson 


Monteith, 


Mecklenburg 


Mildred, 


Edgecombe 


Montezuma, 


Mitchell 


Milesville, 


Caswell 


Montford, 


McDowell 


Mill, 


Henderson 


Montgomery, 


Montgomery 


Millboro, 


Randolph 


Monticello, 


Washington 


Mill Bridge, 


Rowan 


Montland, 


Alleghany 


Mill Brook, 


Wake 


Montrose, 


Cumberland 


Mill Creek, 


Person 


Montvale, 


Transylvania 


Miller, 


Iredell 


Mooresboro," 


■ Cleveland 


Millers Creek, 


Wilkes 


Moores Creek, 


Pender 


Millertown, 


Rowan 


Mooresville, " 


Iredell 


Mill Hill, 


Cabarrus 


Mooshaunee, 


Moore 


Milligan, 


Cleveland 


Moratock, 


Montgomery 


Millingport, 


Stanly 


Moravian Falls, 


Wilkes 


Millprong, 


Robeson 


Moorehead City,'^ 


Carteret 


Mill Spring, 


Polk 


Moretz, 


Watauga 


Mills River, 


Henderson 


Morgan Hill. 


Buncombe 


Millstone, 


Catawba 


Morgans Mills, 


Union 


Millwood, 


Chatham 


Morganton [c h),"^' 


Burke 


Milton,* 


Caswell 


Moriah, 


Person 


Milwaukee, 


Northampton 


Morrisville, 


Wake 


Mineola, 


Beaufort 


Morrosenean, 


Robeson 


Mingo, 


Sampson 


Morton Store, 


Alamance 


Minneapolis, 


Mitchell 


Morven,* 


Anson 


Mint Hill. 


Mecklenburg 


Moscow, 


Bladen 


Mirando, 


Rowan 


Moser, 


Surry 


Mission, 


Stanly 


Moss Neck, 


Robeson 


Mitchiner, 


Franklin 


Moulton, 


Franklin 


Mitford, 


Rowan 


Mountain Creek, 


Catawba 


Mix, 


Sampson 


Mountain Island, 


Gaston 


Mizpah, 


Stokes 


Mountain View, 


Warren 


Mocksvilleic h)* 


Davie 


Mount Airy,* 


Surry 


Moffitts Mill. 


Randolph 


Mount Bahel, 


Alexander 


Mohawk, 


Harnett 


Mount Carmel, 


Moore 


Mollic, 


Columbus 


Mount Energy, 


Granville 


Monbo, 


Catawba 


Mount Gilead,* 


Montgomery 


Moncure,* 


Chatham 


Mount Gould, 


Bertie 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



95 



Mount Holly.* 

Mount Mourn, 

Mount Nebo, 

Mount Olive,* 

Mount Pizgali, 

Mount Pleasant,"' 

Mount Sterling, 

Mount Tabor, 

Mount Tizrah, 

Mount Ulla, 

Mount Vernon, 

Mount Vernon Springs, 

Mount Zion, 

Moyock,* 

Moyton, 

Mudlick, 

Mulberry. 

Mullen, 

Mull Grove, 

Mumford, 

Murfreesboro,* 

Murphy (c h)," 

Muttenz, 

Myatt Mills, 

Myrtle. 



Naghead, 

Nails, 

Nance, 

Nashville {c /;),* 

Nathans Creek, 

Nat Moore, 

Natural Wells, 

Neal, 

Nealsville, 

Neatman, 

Nebo, 

Neednior, 

Negrohead, 

Nelson, 

Nestor, 



N 



Gaston 

Iredell 

Yadkin 

Wayne 

Alexander 

Cabarrus 

Haywood 

Columbus 

Person 

Rowan 

Rowan 

Chatham 

Wilkes 

Currituck 

Wilson 

Chatham 

Wilkes 

Randolph 

Catawba 

Pasquotank 

Hertford 

Cherokee 

Caldwell 

Wake 

Rutherford 

Dare 

Montgomery 

Rockingham 

Nash 

Ashe 

Bladen 

Duplin 

Halifax 

McDowell 

Stokes 

McDowell 

Swain 

Union 

Durham 

Davie 



Net, 

Nettle Knob, 

Neuse, 

Nevin, 

N ember 71 {c h),^ 

New Castle, 

Newell, 

New Found, 

Newhill, 

New Hope, 

New Hope Academy 

New House, 

New Light, 

New London,* 

Newman. 

New Market, 

Newport,* 

New Salem, 

Newsom, 

New Sterling. 

Newt Oft [c ^).* 

Newton Grove, 

Nicanor, 

Nicholson, 

Nicholsons Mills, 

Nicholsonville, 

Nimrod, 

Nina, 

Nixonton, 

Noblin, 

Noise, 

Noah, 

Norfleet, 

Norris, 

North Bi-ook, 

North Catawba,* 

North Cove, 

North Harlowe, 

Northside, 

North Wilkesboro,* 

Norton. 



Iredell 

Ashe 

Wake 

Mecklenburg 

Craven 

Wilkes 

Mecklenburg 

Buncombe 

Wake 

Iredell 

Randolph 

Cleveland 

Wake 

Stanly 

Warren 

Randolph 

Carteret 

Randolph 

Halifax 

Iredell 

Catawba 

Sampson 

Perquimans 

Alamance 

Iredell 

Cleveland 

Mecklenburg 

Cherokee 

Pasquotank 

• Granville 

Moore 

Macon 

Halifax 

Watauga 

Lincoln 

Caldwell 

McDowell 

Craven 

Granville 

Wilkes 

Jackson 



96 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Norval, 


Harnett 


Olivers, 


Jones 


Norwood,* 


Stanly 


OUie, 


Moore 


Nulin, 


Alleghany 


Olympia, 


Pamlico 


Nussman, 


Cabarrus 


Omega, 


Rowan 


Nutbush, 


Warren 


Onion, 


Brunswick 


Nye, 


Robeson 


Onvil, 


Montgomery 


o 


Ophir, 


Montgomery 


Oakdale, 


Alamance 


Ora, 


Sampson 


Oak Forest, 


Iredell 


Orange, 


Sampson 


Oak Grove, 
Oak Hill, 


Union 
Granville 


Oregon, 
Ore Hill,* 


Rockingham 
Chatham 


Oakland, 


Nash 


Ore Knob, 


Ash 


Oakley, 


Pitt 


Organ Church, 


Rowan 


Oak Ridge,* 


Guilford 


Oriental, 


Pamlico 


Oaks, 


Orange 


Orinoco, 


Davidson 


Oakspring, 


Rutherford 


Orleans, 


Lincoln 


Oak Summit, 


Fors) th 


Oimondsville, 


Greene 


Oakville, 


Warren 


Orrum, 


Robeson 


Oakwoods, 
Obids, 


Wilkes 
Ashe 


Orton, 
Orborne, 


Columbus 
Richmond 


Ocona Lufty, 
Ocracoke, 


Swain 
Hyde 


Osbornville, 
Oscar, 


Wilkes 
Jackson 


Odell, 


Warren 


Osceola, 


Alamance 


Odom, 


Richmond 


Osgood, 


Chatham 


Ogreta, 


Cherokee 


Osman, 


Caswell 


Oine, 


Warren 


Osteen, 


Henderson 


Okay, 


Forsyth 


Oswego, 


Franklin 


Okeewemee, 
Okisko, 


Montgomery 
Pasquotank 


Otis, 

Otter Creek, 


Yadkin 
Rutherford 


Ola, 


Cleveland 


Otto, 


Macon 


Old Dock, 


Columbus 


Outlaws Bridge, 


Dupliri 


Old Fort,* 
Old Furnace, 


McDowell 
Gaston 


Outlook, 
Overshot, 


Madison 
Johnstt)n 


Old Hundred, 


Richmond 


Owenby, 


Buncombe 


Old Sparta,* 
Old Stores, 
Old Trap, 
Olin, 


Edgecombe 

Moore 

Camden 

Iredell 


Owenville, 
Oxford {c h)r 
Oxford Ford, 
Ozark, 


Sampson 

Granville 

Catawba 

Wilkes 


Olney, 

Olive Branch, 

Olive Hill, 


Alleghany 

Dnion 

Person 


F 

Pactolus, Pitt 
Page, Pender 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



97 



Painter, 

Paint P'ork, 

Paint Gap, 

Paint Rock, 

Palestine, 

Palm, 

Palmerville, 

Palmyra, 

Paloalto, 

Pamlico, 

Panacea, 

Pant, 

Pantego,* 

Panther Creek, 

Paolio, 

Paris,' 

Parkersburg, 

Parkewood, 

Parks, 

Parkton, 

Parmele,^ 

Parrish, 

Parsonvjlle, 

Partee, 

Paschal, 

Pasley, 

Pastook, 

Pates, 

Patmos, 

Patrick, 

Patten, 

Patterson, 

Pattersons Bridge, 

Pattersons Springs. 

Paw Creek, 

Peace, 

Peachland, 

Peach Tree, 

Peacocks Store, 

Peanut, 

Pearidge, 



Jackson 

Madison 

Yancey 

Madison 

Stanly 

Haywood 

Stanly 

Halifax 

Onslow 

Pamlico 

Halifax 

Haywood 

Beaufort 

Yadkin 

Harnett 

Anson 

Sampson 

Moore 

Wilkes 

Robeson 

Martin 

Macon 

Wilkes 

Alexander 

Chatham 

Duplin 

Davidson 

Robeson 

Chatham 

Cherokee 

McDowell 

Caldwell 

Moore 

Cleveland 

Mecklenburg 

Wake 

Anson 

Cherokee 

Columbus 

Onslow 

Polk 



Pearl, 

Pearsall, 

Pearson, 

Peden, 

Pedlars Hill, 

Pee Dee, 

Peek, 

Peeler, 

Pegues, 

Pekin, 

Peletier, 

Pelham, 

Pembroke, 

Pemdleton, 

Penola, 

Penolope, 

Penland, 

Penley, 

Pennington, 

Penny, 

Penrose, 

Pensacola, 

Peoples, 

Perch, 

Perfection, 

Pernell, 

Perry, 

Perryville, 

Persimmon Creek, 

Perth. 

Peru, 

Petra, 

Pett, 

Pfafftown, 

Phi, 

Phoenix, 

Pickney, 

Piedmont Springs, 

Pike, 

Pikeville, 

Pilgrim, 



Cleveland 

Duplin 

Burke 

Alleghany 

Chatham 

Anson 

Madison 

Rowan 

Richmond 

Montgomery 

Carteret 

Caswell 

Robeson 

Northampton 

Edgecombe 

Burke 

Mitchell 

Watauga 

Stanly 

Johnston 

Transylvania 

Yancey 

Chatham 

Surry 

Craven 

Wake 

Gaston 

Bladen 

Cherokee 

Iredell 

Haywood 

Caldwell 

Wake 

Forsyth 

Rowan 

Brunswick 

Wayne 

Stokes 

Cumberland 

Wayne 

Davidson 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Pilot Mountain,* 

Pinckton, 

Pine Bluff,* 

Pine Hall, 

Pinehurst, 

Pineland, 

Pine Level, 

Pine Ridge, 

Pinetown, 

Pineville,* 

Piney Creek, 

Pink Bed, 

Pink Hill, 

Pinnacle, 

Pinnix, 

Pino, 

Pinson, 

Pioneer Mills, 

Pireaway, 

Pisgah, 

Pittsboro {c h)* 

Plain, 

Planters, 

Plateau, 

Pleasant Garden, 

Pleasant Grove, 

Pleasant Hill, 

Pleasant Lodge, 

Pleasant Ridge, 

Pleasants, 

Pleasantville, 

Plott, 

Pluck, 

Plumtree, 

Plyler, 

Plymouth {c //),* 

Pocket, 

Poconoke, 

Pocosin, 

Poes, 

Poindexter, 



Surry 

Ashe 

Moore 

Stokes 

Moore 

Macon 

Johnston 

Surry 

Beaufort 

Mecklenburg 

Alleghany 

Henderson 

Lenoir 

Buncombe 

Davidson 

Davie 

Randolph 

Cabarrus 

Columbus 

Randolph 

Chatham 

Guilford 

Randolph 

Catawba 

Guilford 

Alamance 

Northampton 

Alamance 

Gaston 

Granville 

Rockingham 

Haywood 

Chatham 

Mitchell 

Stanly 

Washington 

Moore 

Franklin 

Columbus 

Harnett 

Yadkin 



Point, 

Point Caswell, 

Polenta, 

Polk, 

Polkton,* 

Polkville, 

Pollockville,* 

Pollycarp, 

Pomona,* 

Pontop, 

Pool, 

Poors Ford, 

Poors Knob, 

Portith, 

Poplar, 

Poplar Branch, 

Poplar Grove, 

Poplar Hill, 

Poplarmount, 

Populi, 

Porter, 

Portsmouth, 

Postell, 

Potecasi, 

Potter, 

Powells Point,* 

Powellsville, 

Powellton, 

Prathers Creek, 

Pratt, 

Pressly, 

Preston, 

Prestonville, 

Price, 

Prices Creek, 

Prices Mill, 

Princeton, 

Pritchett, 

Privett, 

Proctor, 

Progress, 



Cleveland 

Pender 

Johnston 

Harnett 

Anson 

Cleveland 

Jones 

Alexander 

Guilford 

Montgomery 

Rowan 

Polk 

Wilkes 

Union 

Mitchell 

Currituck 

Polk 

Anson 

Warren 

Bladen 

Stanly 

Carteret 

Cherokee 

Northampton 

Union 

Currituck 

Bertie 

Richmond 

Alleghany 

Johnston 

Iredell 

Johnston 

Stokes 

Rockingham 

Yancey 

Union 

Johnston 

Rockingham 

Franklin 

Swain 

Randolph 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



99 



Promise, 

Prong, 

Prospect Hill, 

Prosperity, 

Providence, 

Proviso, 

Pughs, 

Pump, 

Pungo, 

Purcepolis, 

Purlear, 

Purley, 

Purvis, 

Quaker Gap, 

Quallatown, 

Queen, 

Queensdale, 

Querys, 

Quiet, 

Quincy, 

Quinerly, 

Quinine, 

Quitsna, 

Rachel, 

Raeford, 

Rainbow, 

Raleigh {c //),* 

Ralph, 

Ramsay town, 

Ramseur, 

Ranaleburg, 

Randleman,'^ 

Randolph, 

Rands Mills, 

Ranger, 

Rankin, 

Ransoms Iiridge, 

Ransomville, 

Rathbone. 



Q 



R 



Onslow 

Columbus 

Caswell 

Moore 

Chatham 

Buncombe 

Franklin 

Henderson 

Beaufort 

Robeson 

Wilkes 

Caswell 

Robeson 

Stokes 

Jackson 

Montgomery 

Robeson 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Onslow 

Pitt 

Randolph 

Bertie 

Randolph 

Cumberland 

Chatham 

Wake 

Randolph 

Yancey 

Randolph 

Mecklenburg 

Randolph 

Randolph 

Wake 

Cherokee 

Mecklenburg 

Franklin 

Beaufort 

Guilford 



Ravens, 

Ray, 

Raywood, 

Ready Branch, 

Record, 

Redalia, 

Red Banks, 

Reddies River, 

Red Hill, 

Redland, 

Red Mountain, 

Redoak, 

Red Shoals, 

Red Springs," 

Reedy Creek, 

Refuge, 

Reelsboro, 

Reepsville, 

Reese, 

Register, 

Rehoboth, 

Reidsville,* 

Reinhardt, 

Reitzel, 

Relief, 

Rella, 

Rennert, 

Renston, 

Repose, 

Republic, 

Rest, 

Resthaven, 

Retreat, 

Reuben, 

Rex, 

Reynoldson, 

Rhodes, 

Rialto, 

Riceville, 

Richardson, 

Richardson-J Creek, 



Swain 

Madison 

Union 

Wilkes 

Columbus 

Pitt 

Robeson 

Wilkes. 

Mitchell 

Davje 

Durham 

Nash 

Stokes 

Robeson 

Davidson 

Robeson 

Pamlico 

Lincoln 

Watauga 

Bladen 

^Northampton 

Rockingham 

Lincoln 

Randolph 

Mitchell 

Stokes 

Robeson 

Pitt 

Lenoir 

Yadkin 

Stanly 

Buncombe 

Haywood 

Union 

Robeson 

Gates 

Cumberland 

Chatham 

Buncombe 

Bladen 

Union 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Richfield, 


Stanly 


Rockford, 


Surry 


Richlands,* 


Onslow 


Rockingham {c h),* 


Richmond 


Richmond, 


Chatham 


Rock Level, 


Rockingham 


Richmond Hill, 


Yadkin 


Rock Rest, 


Union 


Rich Mountain, 


Jackson 


Rock Spring, 


Orange 


Rich Square,* 


Northampton 


Rockview, 


Buncombe 


Riddicksville, 


Hertford 


Rockwell, 


Rowan 


Riddle, 


Camden 


Rockyhock, 


Chowan 


Ridge Springs, 


Greene 


Rocky Mount,* 


Edgecombe 


Ridgeville, 


Caswell 


Rocky Pass, 


McDowell 


Ridgeway,* 


Warren 


Rocky Point, 


Pender 


Riggsbee, 


Chatham 


Rocky Springs, 


Rockingham 


Rileys X-Roads, 


Franklin 


Rodanthe, 


Dare 


Rileys Store, 


Randolph 


Roe, 


Carteret 


Rimer, 


Cabarrus 


Rogers Store, 


Wake 


Ringwood, 


Halifax 


Rolesville, 


Wake 


Ripetoe, 


Caldwell 


Rollins, 


Burke 


Risden, 


Caldwell 


Rome, 


Johnston 


Ritchie, 


Stanly 


Ronda, 


Wilkes 


Riverdale, 


Craven 


Roper,* 


Washington 


River Hill, 


Iredell 


Roscoe, 


Chatham 


Riverside, 


Ashe 


Rose, 


Chatham 


Riverton, 


Richmond 


Roseboro, 


Sampson 


Riverview, 


Mecklenburg 


Rose Dale, 


Pasquotank 


Rives Chapel, 


Chatham 


Rosehill, 


Duplin 


Roanes Mill, 


Macon 


Roseland, 


Moore 


Roanoke, 


Rockingham 


Rosemead, 


Bertie 


Roanoke Rapids, 


Halifax 


Roseville, 


Person 


Roaring Gap, 


Wilkes 


Rosewood, 


Chatham 


Roaring River, 


Wilkes 


Rosindale, 


Bladen 


Robbitisville {c h)," 


Graham 


Roslin, 


Cumberland 


Roberdell, 


Richmond 


Rougemont, 


Durham 


Robersonville,* 


Martin 


Round Knob, 


McDowell 


Roberts, 


Ashe 


Round Mountain, 


Wilkes 


Robeson, 


Columbus 


Round Peak, 


Surry 


Robin, 


Cumberland 


Rountree, 


Pitt 


Rochester, 


Robeson 


Rowan, 


Rowan 


Rock, 


Rowan 


Rowland, 


Robeson 


Rock Creek, 


Alamance 


Roxboro (<: //),* 


Person 


Rock Cut, 


Iredell 


Roxabel,* 


Bertie 


Rockett, 


Catawba 


Royal, 


Franklin 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



lOI 



Rozier, 

Rubicon, 

Rudisill, 

Ruffin,* 

Rugby, 

Rural Hall, 

Rushing, 

Rusk, 

Russell, 

Ruth, 

Rutherford College, 

7? // til erfordto n {c h),'^ 

Rutherwood, 

Ryan, 

Rvland, 

s 

Saddle Tree, 

Safe, 

Sago, 

Sains, 

St John. 

St Jude, 

St Lawrence, 

St Lewis, 

St Pauls, 

St Philip, 

Salem,* 

Salem Chapel, 

Salem Church, 

Salisbury (c //),* 

Saluda," 

Samuel, 

Sand Bluff, 

Sandifer, 

Sands, 

Sandy Bottom, 

Sandy Cross, 

Sandy Grove, 

Sandy Mush, 

Sandy Ridge, 

Sandy Springs, 



Robeson 

Moore 

Catawba 

Rockingham 

Henderson 

Forsyth 

Union 

Surry 

Rowan 

Forsyth 

Burke 

Rutherford 

Watauga 

Robeson 

Chowan 

Robeson 

Duplin 

Mecklenburg 

Lincoln 

Hertford 

Watauga 

Chatham 

Edgecombe 

Robeson 

Brunswick 

P"orsyth 

Forsyth 

Randolph 

Rowan 

Polk 

Surry 

Bladen 

Mecklenburg 

Watauga 

Madison 

Gates 

Chatham 

Buncombe 

Stokes 

Polk 



Sanford,* 

Sans Souci, 

Sapona, 

Sapphire, 

Saratoga, 

Sardis, 

Sarecta, 

Sarem, 

Satterwhite, 

Saulston, 

Saunders, 

Saw, 

Saw Mill, 

Sawyersville, 

Saxapahaw, 

Saxon, 

Scalesville, 

Scaly, 

Scarboro, 

Science Hill, 

Scotland Neck,* 

Scotts, 

Scotts Creek, 

Scotts Hill, 

Scottsville,* 

Scranton, 

Scuppernong, 

Seaboard, 

Sedges Garden, 

Selah, 

Selma,* 

Semora, 

Senia, 

Semmon, 

Settle, 

Seven Springs, 

Severn, 

Seward, 

Sexton, 

Shallotte, 

Shallow Ford, 



Moore 
Bertie 
Davidson 
Jackson 
Wilson 
Mecklenburg 
Duplin 
Gates 
Granville 
Wayne 
Cabarrus 
Rowan 
Caldwell 
Randolph 
Alamance 
Stokes 
Guilford 
Macon 
Montgomery 
Randolph 
Halifax 
Iredell 
Jackson 
Pender 
Ashe 
Hyde 
Washington 
Northampton 
Forsyth 
Johnston 
Johnston 
Caswell 
Mitchell 
Robeson 
Iredell 
Wayne 
Northampton 
Forsyth 
Madison 
Brunswick 
Alamance 



102 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Shamrock, 

Shankle, 

Shannon,* 

Sharon, 

Sharp, 

Sharpsburg, 

Shawboro, 

Shawnee, 

Shaws Mill, 

Sheffield, 

Shelby ( c h),"^ 

Shelton, 

Sherrills Ford, 

Sherwood, 

Sheva, 

Shiloh, 

Shine, 

Shinsville, 

Shoals, 

Shocco, 

Shooting Creek, 

Shope, 

Shopton, 

Shore, 

Short Off, 

Shotwell, 

Shoups Ford, 

Shulls Mills, 

Sidney, 

Sigma, 

Silas Creek, 

Siler City,* 

Silk Hope, 

Siloam, 

Silver, 

Silver Dale, 

Silver Hill, 

Silverstone, 

Sim, 

Simmon Grove, 

Simpsons Store, 



Mecklenburg 

Stanly 

Robeson 

Cleveland 

Rockingham 

Nash 

Currituck 

Catawba 

Guilford 

Davie 

Cleveland 

Surry 

Catawba 

Cumberland 

Mecklenburg 

Camden 

Greene 

Iredell 

Surry 

Warren 

Clay 

Buncombe 

Mecklenburg 

Yadkin 

Yadkin 

Wake 

Burke 

Watauga 

Beaufort 

Iredell 

Ashe 

Chatham 

Chatham 

Surry 

Stanly 

Onslow 

Davidson 

Watauga 

Robeson 

Chatham 

Rockingham 



Sincerity, 

Sioux, 

Sitton, 

Sixforks, 

Six Runs, 

Skinnersville, 

Skyco, 

Skyland, 

Skyuka, 

Sladcsville, 

Slate, 

Sligo, 

Sloan, 

Sloop Point, 

Smith, 

S^nithfield {c //),* 

Smith Grove, 

Smiths Ford, 

Smyrna, 

Snapp, 

Sneads Ferry, 

Snow Camp, 

Snow Creek, 

Snowden,* 

Snozv Hill {c h),^ 

Soapstone Mount, 

Soda Hill, 

Solitude, 

Somerset, 

Sonoma, 

Sophia, 

South Creek, 

Southern Pines,* 

South Gaston,* 

South Lowell, 

South Mills,* 

South Point, 

Southport {c //),* 

South River, 

Southtoc, 

South Washington, 



Union 

Yancey 

Henderson 

Wake 

Sampson 

Washington 

Dare 

Buncombe 

Polk 

Hyde 

Stokes 

Currituck 

Duplin 

Pender 

Stokes 

Johnston 

Davie 

Cabarrus 

Carteret 

Gaston 

Onslow 

Alamance 

Iredell 

Currituck 

Greene 

Randolph 

Watauga 

Ashe 

Chowan 

Haywood 

Randolph 

Beaufort 

Moore 

Halifax 

Durham 

Camden 

Gaston 

Brunswick 

Rowan 

Yancey 

Pender 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



103 



Sparkling Catawba 

Sparkman, 

Sparta {c h),^ 

Spear, 

Speed, 

Speedwell, 

Speights Bridge, 

Spencer, 

Spero, 

Spicer, 

Spillman, 

Spilona, 

Splendor, 

Split Mountain, 

Sprout Springs, 

Spray,* 

Spring Creek, 

Spring Dale, 

Springer, 

Springfield, 

Spring Hill, 

Spring Hope,* 

Springle. 

Springsville, 

Spruce Pine, 

Spurrier, 

Stackhouse, 

Stagville, 

Stainback, 

Staley, 

Stallings, 

Stanhope, 

Stanley,* 

Star, 

Starlight, 

Starsburg, 

Startown, 

State Road,* 

State sville [c h)* 

Stecoah, 

Stedman, 



Springs, Catawba 

Onslow 

Alleghany 

Mitchell 

Edgecombe 

Jackson 

Greene 

Moore 

Randolph 

Wilkes 

Yadkin 

Johnston 

Henderson 

Haywood 

Harnett 

Rockingham 

Madison 

Haywood 

Onslow 

Wilkes 

Halifax 

Nash 

Carteret 

Cabarrus 

Mitchell 

Mecklenburg 

Madison 

Durham 

Alamance 

Randolph 

F"ranklin 

Nash 

Gaston 

Montgomery 

Wayne 

Cumberland 

Catawba 

Surry 

Iredell 

Granville 

Cumberland 



Steel Creek, 

Stella, 

Stem,* 

Stephenson, 

Sterling, 

Stevens, 

Stewart, 

Stice, 

Stockville, 

Stokes, 

Stokesdale, 

Stone Mountain, 

Stoneville, 

Stonewall, 

Stony Creek, 

Stony Fork, 

Stony Knoll, 

Stony Point, 

Stony Ridge, 

Stophel, 

Stork, 

Stovall,* 

Strabane, 

Straits, 

Straw, 

Strieby, 

Stubbs, 

Stump Sound, 

Stump Point, 

Sturgill, 

Sue, 

Sugar Grove, 

Sugar Hill, 

Suit, 

Sulphur Springs, 

Summerfield, 

Summerville, 

Summit, 

Sumner, 

Sunbury,* 

Sunnyside, 



Mecklenburg 

Carteret 

Granville 

Johnston 

Robeson 

Union 

Richmond 

Cleveland 

Buncombe 

Pitt 

Guilford 

McDowell 

Rockingham 

Pamlico 

Caswell 

Watauga 

Surry 

Alexander 

Surry 

Iredell 

Chatham 

Granville 

Lenoir 

Carteret 

Wilkes 

Randolph 

Cleveland 

Onslow 

Dare 

Ashe 

Columbus 

Watauga 

McDowell 

Cherokee 

Montgomery 

Guilford 

Harnett 

Wilkes 

Guilford 

Gates 

Rowan 



I04 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Sunset, 

Sunshine, 

Supply, 

Surl, 

Sussex, 

Southerlands, . 

Sutphin, 

Sutton, 

Swain, 

Swan Creek, 

Swannanoa, 

Swanner, 

Swann Station,* 

Swanqiiarter \c h), 

Swansboro, 

Sweet Home, 

Sweet Water, 

Swepsonville, 

Swift Island, 

Swinton, 

Sylva,* 

Sylvester, 



T 



Tabernacle, 

Table Rock, 

Talbot, 

Tampa, 

Tarboro [c h),^ 

Tarheel, 

Tariff, 

Tar Landing, 

Tar River, 

Taylor, 

Taylors Bridge, 

Taylor sinlle {c Z^)," 

Teacheys, 

Teague, 

Teer, 

Telephone, 

Tempting, 

Tennyson, 



Granville 

Rutherford 

Brunswick 

Person 

Ashe 

Ashe 

Alamance 

Franklin 

Swain 

Yadkin 

Buncombe 

Alexander 

Moore 

Hyde 

Onslow 

Iredell 

Watauga 

Alamance 

Montgomery 

Moore 

Jackson 

Chatham 

Guilford 

Burke 

Wilson 

Mecklenburg 

Edgecombe 

Bladen 

Columbus 

Onslow 

Granville 

Wilson 

Sampson 

Alexander 

Duplin 

Haywood 

Orange 

Person 

Moore 

Davie 



Terrapin, 

Terrel, 

Thagardville, 

Thaxton, 

Thelma, 

Thermal City, 

Theodore, 

Theta, 

Thomasville,"' 

Thompsonville, 

Three Forks, 

Thurman, 

Thurston, 

Tiger, 

Tilden, 

Tillery, 

Tillman, 

Timberlake, 

Timothy, 

Tippecanoe, 

Tiptop, 

Tobaccoville, 

Todd, 

Tolarsville, 

Tolers, 

Tolucca, 

Tomahawk, 

Tomatola, 

Tomcreek, 

Tony, 

Topia, 

Topsail Sound, 

Towncreek, 

Townesville, 

Tracadia, 

Tracy, 

Trading Ford, 

Trail Branch, 

Transon, 

TraphiU,* 

Treetop, 



Halifax 
Catawba 
Moore 
Ashe 
Halifax 
Rutherford 
Buncombe 
Madison 
Davidson 
Rockingham 
Yancey 
Craven 
Alexander 
Rutherford 
Yadkin 
Halifax 
Chatham 
Person 
Sampson 
Sampson 
Transylvania 
Forsyth 
Ashe 
Robeson 
Orange 
Cleveland 
Sampson 
Cherokee 
McDowell 
Caswell 
Alleghany 
Pender 
Brunswick 
Vance 
Yadkin 
Watauga 
Rowan 
Madison 
Ashe 
Wilkes 
Ashe 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



105 



Trenton {c /n/" 
Triangle, 
Trinity,* 
Trio, 
Triplett, 
Trotville, 
Trout, 
Troutmans, 
Troy {c h)/^ 
Troyville, 
Truth, 
Try on,* 
Tuckahoe, 
Tuckasegee, 
Tulin, 
Tulip, 
Tull.s, 
Tulula, 
Tunis, 
Turkey, 
Turlington, 
Turnersburg, 
Turners Mountain, 
Turnpike, 
Turtletown, 
Tuscarora, 
Tuscalo, 
Tusquitee, 
Tweed, 
Twine, 
Twitty, 
Tyner, 
Tyra, 

Tyro Shops, 
Tysor Mills, 



u 



Ulah, 

Umbria, 

Unaka, 

Uncas, 

Union, 



Jones 

Lincoln 

Randolph 

Rutherford 

Watauga 

Gates 

Ashe 

Iredell 

Montgomery 

Harnett 

Chatham 

Polk 

Jones 

Jackson 

Cabarrus 

Stokes 

Currituck 

Graham 

Hertford 

Sampson 

Harnett 

Iredell 

Surry 

Buncombe 

Cherokee 

Craven 

Haywood 

Clay 

Buncombe 

Clay 

Rutherford 

Chowan 

Moore 

Davidson 

Chatham 

Randolph 

Durham 

Cherokee 

Mecklenburg 

Hertford 



Union Hope, 

Union Mills, 

Union Ridge, 

Unionville, 

Unity, 

University Station, 

Upton, 

Upward, 

Uree, 

Uwharie, 

V 

Valdese, 

Valley, 

Valley Cruces, 

Vance, 

Vanceboro, 

Vanceville, 

Vandalia, 

Vandemere, 

Vander, 

Vann, 

Vannoy, 

Van teen, 

Varina, 

Vashti, 

Vass, 

Vaughan, 

Velna, 

Venable, 

Veni, 

Verble, 

Vernon, 

Verona, 

Vests, 

Veto, 

Viands, 

Vicksboro, 

Victor, 

Vienna, 

Vilas, 

Villanow, 



Nash 

Rutherford 

Alamance 

Union 

Mecklenburg 

Orange 

Caldwell 

Henderson 

Rutherford 

Montgomery 

Burke 
Mitchell 
Watauga 
Iredell 
Craven 
Buncombe 
Guilford 
Pamlico 
Cumberland 
Union 
Wilkes 
Wake 
Wake 
Alexander 
Moore 
Warren 
Randolph 
Surry 
Halifax- 
Rowan 
Ashe 
Onslow 
Cherokee 
Wake 
Wilkes 
Warren 
Moore 
Forsyth 
Watauga 
Moore 



io6 



POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Vincent, 

Vineland,* 

Viola, 

Virgil, 

Vivian, 

Voline, 

Vollers, 

Vultare, 

w 

Waco. 

Waddells, 

Wade. 

Wadesboro (c h),^ 

Wadeville, 

Wagoner. 

Wailes, 

Wakefield, 

Wake Forest,* 

Wakulla, 

Waldo, 

Walker. 

Walkersville, 

Walkertown,* 

Walkup, 

Wallace,* 

Wallburg, 

Walnut Cove,* 

Walnut Run, 

Walter, 

Wampler, 

Wanchese, 

Ward law, 

Wards Mill, 

Warlick, 

Warne, 

Warren Plains, 

WarrentoJi {c /i)* 

Warsaw,'^ 

Washburn, 

Washington U /;),* 

Watauga Falls, 



Alamance 

Columbus 

Pender 

Watauga 

Gates 

Robeson 

Robeson 

Northampton 

Cleveland 
Rockingham 
Cumberland 
Anson 
Montgomery 
Ashe 
Mecklenburg 
Wake 
Wake 
Robeson 
Chatham 
Polk 
Union 
Forsyth 
Union 
Duplin 
Davidson 
Stokes 
Mad'son 
Wayne 
Yancey 
Dare 
Union 
Onslow- 
Burke 
Clay 
Warren 
Warren 
Duplin 
Rutherford 
Beaufort 
Watauga 



Waterlily, 

Waterloo, 

Watkins, 

Watkinsville, 

Watsonville, 

Watts, 

Waugh, 

Waxhaw,* 

Way, 

VVaycross, 

IVaynesvi/lc {c h), 

Wayside, 

Weasel, 

Weaversford, 

Weaversville." 

Webster ic h)r 

Weeks vi He, 

Wehutty, 

Weisner, 

Welcome, 

Weldon,* 

Wentwortli {c h),^ 

Wesley, 

West, 

West Ashville, 

West Brook, 

West Durham, 

West End,* 

Western, 

Westfield, 

Westminster, 

West Raleigh, 

Wests Mill, 

Westville, 

Wharf, 

Wharton, 

Wheatmore, 

Wheeler, 

Whichard, 

Whitakers,* 

White Hall, 



Currituck 
Union 

Vance 
Stokes 
Rowan 
Iredell 
Iredell 
Union 
Union 
Sampson 
Haywood 
Swain 
Ashe 
Ashe 
Buncombe 
Jackson 
Pasquotank- 
Cherokee 
Iredell 
Davidson 
Halifax 
Rockingham 
Surry 
Columbus- 
Buncombe 
Bladen 
Durham 
Moore 
Haywood 
Surry 
Guilford 
Wake 
Macon 
Harnett 
Anson 
Beaufort 
Randolph 
Ashe 
Pitt 
Edgecombe 
Bladen 



post-office:s in north Carolina. 107 



Whitehead, 


Alleghany 


Winchester, 


Union 


Wliitehouse, 


Randolph 


Windsor (c h)* 


Bertie- 


Whitener, 


Catawba 


Windfall, 


Perquimans 


White Plains. 


Surry 


Wingate, 


Union 


White Road. 


Forsyth 


Winnabow, 


Brunswick 


White Rock, 


Madison 


Winnie, 


Bladen 


Whiteside Cove, 


Jackson 


Wiiislow. 


Harnett 


White Store, 


Anson 


Win stead, 


Person 


WliiteviUe {c li),^ 


Columbus 


Winsteadville, 


Beaufort 


Whilford. 


Jones 


Winston [c /i),^ 


Forsyth 


Whitley. 


Stanly 


Winterville, 


Pitt 


Whittier,^- 


Swain 


Winthrop. 


Carteret 


Whittingtoii, 


Wilkes 


Win ton {c k),*" 


Hertford 


Why Not, 


Randolph 


Wise, 


Warren 


Wicker, 


Cumberland 


Wit, 


Carteret 


Wiggins X-Roads, 


Gates 


Withers, 


Stokes 


Wikles Store, 


Macon 


Wittenberg, 


Alexander 


Wilbanks. 


Wilson 


Wolf Creek. 


Cherokee 


Wildwood, 


Carteret 


Wolf Mountain, 


Jackson 


Wiles. 


Wilkes 


Wolfsville. 


Union 


Wilhite. 


Yancey 


Woodard, 


Bertie 


Wilkesboro {c h)* 


Wilkes 


Woodburn, 


Person 


Wilkins, 


Granville 


Woodland,* 


Northampton 


Wilksville, 


Robeson 


Woodleaf, 


Rowan 


Willard, 


Pender 


Woodley , 


Chowan 


Willardville. 


Durham 


Woodsdale, 


Person 


Willeyton, 


Gates 


Woodside, 


Rowan 


Williams. 


A^adkin 


Woodville, 


Perquimans 


Williamsboro, 


Vance 


Wood worth. 


Vance 


Williamsburg. 


Iredell 


Worry. 


Burke 


Williams Mills, 


Chatham 


Worthville, 


Randolph 


Williamston (c h)," 


Martin 


Wrendale. 


Edgecombe 


Willis Creek, 


Kladen 


Wrightsville, 


New Hanover 


Willow. 


Gates 


Wyatt, 


Wake 


Willow Green, 


Greene 


W^yo. 


Yadkin 


Wilmmgton (c h),* 


New Hanover 


W>the. 


Harnett 


Wilmot, 


Jackson 


X 




Wilson {c li),"^ 


Wilson 


Xenia, 


Duplin 


Wilsons Mills, 


Johnston 


Y 




Wilsons Store, 


Stokes 


Yadkin College,* 


Davidson 


Wilton, 


Granville 


Yadkin Falls, 


Stanly 



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POST-OFFICES IN NORTH CAROLINA. 



Yadkin Valley, 


Caldwell 


Yost, 




Rowan 


Yadki?iville {c h), 


Yadkin 


Youngsville," 




F'ranklin 


Yale, 


Henderson 


Yuma, 




Watauga 


Ya7iceyville {c h]* 


Caswell 




z 




Yancy, 


Person 






Yarbro, 


Caswell 


Zaclio, 




Granville 


Yatesville,* 


Beaufort 


Zeb, 




Rowan 


Yellow Creek, 


Graham 


Zimmerman, 




Wilkes 


Yellow Hill, 


Wilkes 


Zion, 




Yadkin 


Yerger, 


Watauga 


Zionville, 




Watauga 


Yoder, 


Catawba 


Zirconia, 




Henderson 


Yorkley, 


Davidson 


Zoar, 




Union 


York College Institute, 


Alexander 


Zorab, 




Craven 



r 



Enterprising 

Business 

Men 

A dvertise 

In tliis 

Directory. 



TELEPHONE NUMBERS OF OUR PATRONS. 

CALL THEM UP WHEN YOU NEED ANYTHING 
IN THEIR LINE. 



Souttiefn Bell TelepJiooe aod Telegfaph Compaof. 

Adrian Company, Wholesale Grocers 8 

Ahrens, Benjamin H. J., Grocer and Ice Dealer 54 

Armour Packing Company, Wholesale iVleats 85 

Atlantic Inn. Restaurant Ill 

Atlantic National Bank 25 

Bear, J. M. & Co.. Wholesale Dry Goods 245 

Bunting, J. Hicks 126 

Carolina Cooperage Company 37 

Clarendon Water Works Company 57 

Clyde Line Steamship Company 56 

Divine. M. W. & Co., Sash, Doors, and Bhnds 136 

Dun, R. G. & Co., Mercantile Agency 179 

Fennell, Hardy L., Livery Stables 95 

Fore & Foster, Planing Mill and Sash and Blind Company 97 

French, George R. & Sons, Boots, Shoes, and Leather 143 

Gieschen Bros., Saloon and Restaurant Ill 

Hall, Samuel G., Book and Job Printer 232 

Hall & Pearsall, Wholesale Grocers 6 

LeGwin Bros., Book and Job Printers 220 

Love, Owen F. & Co., Hardware, Stoves, &c. 1H8 

Meares, Iredell, Attorney at Law 326 

Moore, Roger. Brick Manufacturer, Lime, Cement, &c 154 

Morning Star Newspaper 51 

Munds, James C, Druggist 159 

Murchison & Co., Bankers 26 

National Bank of Wilmington 68 

Northrop, S. &W. H., Wholesale Lumber 10 

Nutt, James D., Druggist 150 

Orrell, Robert C , Livery Stables 47 

Orion The) Hotel 79 

Paterson, Downing & Co., Naval Stores - 12 

Polvogt, C. W. & Co., Dry Goods and Notions 211 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company 83 

Post-Office 78 

Powers, Gibbs & Co. , Fertilizers 116 

Rehder, John H. & Co., Dry Goods and Notions 118 

ReVille, Abert E., Pianos and Organs 380 

Robinson & King, Naval Stores 137 

Saxapahaw Lumber Company • 156 

Schnibben. Charles, Saloon i84 

Sloan, J. H.. Cotton Exporter 81 

Southern Bell Telephone and Telegraph Company (Manager's Office) . . 100 

Taylor, Walker, General Insurance Agent 62 

Turrentine, T. M., Broker 265 

Van Laer, Pianos and Organs 213 

Vollers & Hashagen, Wholesale Provisions 20 

Wallace, R. W. & Co., proprietors The Orton • . . . . 79 

Western Union Telegraph Company 2 

Wilmington Gas Light Company 28 

Wilmington Iron Works 13 

Woo'vin, James F., Funeral Director . . 223 

Worth & Worth, Wholesale Grocers 23 

Yates, C.W. & Co., Booksellers • 69 



TELEPHONE NUMBERS OF OUR PATRONS. 

CALL THEM UP WHEN YOU NEED ANYTHING 
IN THEIR LINE 



Intefstate Telephone and Telegfapti Compaof. 

Armour Packing Company, Wholesale Meats 85 

Atlantic National Bank 105 

Bunting, T. Hicks 144 

Carolina Cooperage Company 173 

Clarendon Water Works Company 57 

Clyde Line Steamship Company 56 

Fennell, Hardy L., Livery Stables 95 

Fore & Foster, Planing Mill and Sash and Blind Company 168 

Gordon Pants Company 29 

Green, W. H. & Co., Druggists, 119 Market Street 191 

'• " 501 Castle Street 192 

Hall & Pearsall, Wholesale Grocers 222 

H.'irriss, George, Son & Co. Ship Brokers . 45 

LeGwin Bros., Book and Job Printers 220 

Murchison & Co., Bankers 26 

National Bank of Wilmington 195 

Northrop, S. & W. H., Wholesale Lumber 30 

Orton (The) Hotel 79 

Paterson, Downing & Co., Naval Stores 12 

Polvogt, C. W. & Co., Dry Goods and Notions 211 

Postal Telegraph Cable Company 83 

Robinson & King, Naval Stores 203 

Schnibben & Steljes, Restaurant • 7 

Vollers & Hashagen, Wholesale Provisions 20 

Wilmington Iron Works 13 

Worth & Worth, Wholesale Grocers 122 

Yates, C. W. & Co.. Booksellers 69 




ECTORY, 



ABBREVIATIONS USED \ti THIS WORK. 



ab- above, 
adv— advertisement, 
agt— agent, 
al— alley, 
asst— assistant, 
atty— attorney, 
ave — avenue, 
barkpr — barkeeper, 
bds — boards, 
bel— below, 
bet— between, 
bkbdr— bookbinder, 
bkkpr— book keeper, 
bldg— buildiiig. 
bldr— builder, 
blksmith— blacksmith, 
capt— captain, 
carp— carpenter, 
chf— chief, 
elk— clerk. 
CO— county, 
eolr — collector, 
comr— commissioner. 
com mer— commission mer- 
chant. 



condr— conductor. 

confr— confectioner. 

contr— contrac tor. 

cor— corner. 

ct— court. 

dep— deputy. 

dept— department 

dlr— dealer. 

e — east. 

engnr— engineer. 

extd— extended. 

extn— extension. 

fir — floor. 

frt— freight. 

ft— foot. 

h — house. 

hd— head. 

ins— insurance. 

inspr— inspector. 

int rev— internal revenue. 

la— lane. 

lab— laborer. 

mchst— machinist. 

mercht- merclian t. 

mdse— merchandise. 



messr— messenger, 
mkr— maker, 
mkt— market, 
mldr— moulder 
mnfr— manufacturer, 
mngr— manager, 
mstr — muster, 
n— north, 
nr— near, 
off— office, 
opp— opposite, 
opr— operator, 
passgr— passenger, 
pkr— packer, 
pi— place, 
plstr— plasterer, 
p o— post-office, 
pres— president, 
prin— principal, 
prof— professor, 
propr— proprietor. 
r — rear, 
rev — revenue. 
Rev— Reverend, 
rd— road. 



rms— rooms. 

R R— Kailroad. 

s— south. 

sec— secretary. 

sergt— sergeant. 

ship— shipping. 

So— Southern. 

soltg— soliciting. 

solr solicitor. 

sp— space. 

spl— special. 

sq— square. 

8ten — stenographer. 

SS- Steamship. 

supt— superintendent. 

tel opr— telegraph operator. 

tpk— turnpike. 

trav — travelling. 

treas — treasurer. 

uphr— upholsterer. 

w— west 

whf— wharf. 

who— wholesale. 

wid— widow. 

wkr— worker. 



'The classification by business will be found after the alphabetical arrangement of the 
names. For full indices to the contents of the work, and the names too late for regular 
insertion, see preceding pages. Names marked * are those of colored persons. 



ABBOTT 



(109) 



ADDISON 



Abbott Clarence H, agt Kimball Piano 
Co 220 Market h 108 Ann 

Abbott Henry F, 108 Ann 

*Abrams Jane, washerwoman h 515 
Bladen 

Academy of the Incarnation, Sisters of 
Mercy in charge 217 s 4th 
* ACME MANUFACTURING CO 
(The), (Ltd) fertilizer 12 Princess 
William Lattimer pres Henry Sav- 
age sec-treas 



Acme Saloon (The), J G L Gieschen & 

Co proprs 31 s Front 
■^•Adams Ella S, cook h 508 Swann 
Adams Millie wid W, 718 s Front 
*Adams Sella, cook h 906 Campbell 
Adams Sterling P, asst engnr ACL 

h Market cor 3d 
*Adams William, lab 508 Swann 
*Addison Charles H, drayman h 909 

n 9th 
*Addison James, grocer 409 n 7th h 

41 1 n 7th 
*Addison James H, driver Robert 

Portner Brewing Co h 41 1 n 7th 



10 



ADDISON 



(no) 



ALEXANDER 



*Addison Mary E, 909 n 9th 
Adkins Sarah E wid Edward N, 315 

s 4th 
•^•"^^Adrian Aldrich, pres Adrian Co h 212 

Orange 
, ADRIA-N CO, who grocers, lOi s 

Front, A Adrian pres E Schulken 

sec-treas 
^tna Ins Co (fire) Hartford Conn, 12 

Princess 
* AHRENS BENJAMIN H J, grocer 

and ice dlr 620 Market 
Ahrens Catherine M R wid Nicholas 

C A, 1117 n 5th 
Ahrens Eduard, elk B H J Ahrens h 

620 Market 
Ahrens John W M, 1117 n 5th 
*Akins Henry, lab 220 Walnut 
*Akins John, lab 220 Walnut 
Albright John E, postal elk h 507 n 5th 
*Albrittan Margaret, cook h 307 

Bladen 
*Albrittan Samuel, lab 307 Bladen 
Alderman A Graham, elk h 15 s 4th 
Alderman Albert (A & J W A), h 315 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*Alderman Alice, 512 n 9th 
Alderman Allison, hardware 29 s 

Front h 512 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Alderman Amos, lab 512 n 9th 



Alderman A & J W (Albert and J Wal- 
lace Alderman), inspr naval stores 
and timber agts 131 n Water 
*Alderman Dinah, 510 Church 
Alderman Florence L Miss, sten and 

typewriter bds 310 Chestnut 
Alderman George A, ins solr h 215 n 

5th 
Alderman George F, bkkpr M J Heyer 

h 216 n 5th 
*Alderman Henry, lab 916 n 5th 
Alderman J Wallace (A & J W A), h 

510 (Mulberry) Grace 
Alderman Kate Miss, teacher Union 

School h 315 (Mulberry) Grace 
Alderman Laura R wid Archibald, 

15 s 4th 
^Alderman Luther, shoemkr 211^ 

Market h 12 10 Princess 
*Alderman Lucy J, 705 Howard 
Alderman Percy V, elk h 223 n 7th 
Alderman William H, elk 29 s Front 

h 517 Dock 
Aldrich Rachel M wid William, 322 

n 3d 
*Alexander Alexander, lab 914 Dock 
Alexander Charles O, elk h 806 

Princess 
'"^Alexander Enoch, cook h 908 s 7th 
*Alexander Fannie, cook h 14 n loth 



WM. LATIMER, President. HENRY SAVAGE, Sec'y and Treas. 

THE ACME MANUFACTURING COMPANY, 

(LIMITED) 

MANUFACTURERS OF 

FERTIL-IZERS. 

12 Princess St., (Carolina Ins. Co. Building,) WILMINGTON, N. C. 

"Acme" Fertilizer. Acid Phosphate- 
Factory at CRONLY, N, C 



ALEXANDER 



(III) 



ANDERSON 



*Alexander Frank P, confr 1013 

Market h 2 Magnolia al 
*Alexander Harriet M, cook h 914 

Dock 
*Alexander Mary, cook-shop 10 s 2d 

h 908 s 7th 
^Alexander Theodore lab 2 Magno- 
lia al 
Alexander William F, farmer h 806 

Princess 
*Allan Mary, cook h 303 Forde's ave 
■^ Allen Andrew G, carp h 108 Mar- 

steller 
*Allen Annie M, housemaid h 408 

n 8th 
Allen Building, 13-15 Princess 
*Allen Catherine, cook h 408 n 8th 
^Allen Charles, brickmason h 408 

n 8tli ^ 
'^rZ%ii««'^Jharles B, mailing elk Tlie 

Messenger h 410 s 6th 
Allen Edward, carp h 4i6}4 Bladen 
^Allen Eliza, housemaid, h 408 n 8th 
*Allen Frank, drayman h 220 n 9th 
"Allen George, lab 608 Wooster 
Allen George F, millwright h 5 17 s 2d 
Allen James, elk The Orton 
Allen James, millwright h 517 s 2d 
Allen James Jr, bkkpr h 517 s 2d 
*Allen James, lab Brook's al bet 7th 

and 8th 
*Allen John, lab 709 s 7th 
*Allen Josephine, cook h 220 n 9th 
*Allen Julia, cook h 711 n 6th 
*Allen Lillie, nurse h 220 n 9th 
Allen Mattie Miss, 515 s 4th 
Allen Neollia, laundress h 608 n 5th 
*Allen Randall, carp h 108 Marsteller 
*Allen Robert, driver h 1014 Princess 
^Allen Spotswood, huckster 116^ s 

Front h 610 n 7th 



*Allen William, lab 1226 Rankin 
Allen William H, 412 s Market 
Alligood Anson, elk h 208 n 4th 
*Alston Green W, driver Armour 

Packing Co rms — Flannel 
Altaffer Gerard M, genl woodwkr 

102^ s Water h 105 n 7th 
*Ambristoer John A, tailor 16 n 2d h 

3 1 1 s 6th 
Aman John J, lab 730 Valler's al 
Amee Burrell, lab 714 Red Cross 
American Bonding and Trust Co of 

Baltimore, 15 Princess Thomas F 

Bagley agt 
American Surety Co of New York, 12 

Princess 
Ames William A, 920 n 3d 
*Amy Ester, cook h 920 n 5th 
*Ancrom John, lab 517 s 7th 
*Anderson Alice.cook h 604 Frick's al 
^Anderson Athalia, 307 Campbell 
^Anderson Caroline, cook h 711 n 6th 
Anderson Charles W, electrician h 320 

s 6th 
Anderson Clifton, sawyer h 909 n 3d 
*Anderson David, shoemkr h 214 

Brook's la 
■^Anderson David J, shoemkr h 408 

Campbell 
^Anderson Edward, lab 114 s 12th 
^Anderson Ellen, washerwoman h 1 14 

s 1 2th 
^Anderson Frank, lab 1113 Market 
Anderson Frank, lab 306 Meadow al 
*Anderson George, porter h 114 I2th 
"Anderson Henry, shoemkr h 407 

Campbell 
*Anderson James, lab 518 s 2d 
Anderson John, lab 909 n 3d 
Anderson John, sawyer Carolina 

Cooperage Co h 909 n 3d 



ANDERSON 



(112) 



ASH 



*Anderson John, stevedore h io8 

Dawson 
"'^Anderson Joseph, lab 810 Chestnut 
^Anderson Josephine, cook h 1018 

Chestnut 
Anderson L Belle Miss, teacher Union 

School annex h 224 n 3d 
Anderson Luther, stonectr bds Rock 

Spring Hotel 
■^Anderson Mary, cook h 10 18 James 
Anderson Mary C wid Edwin A, 102 

Orange 
*Anderson Nora, cook h Meadow al 

nr 8th 
Anderson Olof M, mate h 211 Castle 
*Anderson Peggy, washerwoman h 

10 1 8 James 
Anderson Polly wid James, 909 n 3d 
'^Anderson Sophia, 1 2 14 n 5th 
*Anderson William, miller h 712 s 

Front 
*Andrews Andrew J, lab Dudley's al 
Andrews Banner E, ins solr h 1 183/3 

Market 
Andrews Charles S, carp h 914 Prin- 
cess 
*Andrews Clara, cook h 302 Wooster 
Andrews Ira B, ins solr h 1183/2 

Market 
*Andrews Marie, nurse h ioi6Swann 
■'* Andrews Mary, cook h 506 Price's al 
'^Andrews Richard, lab 118 St James 

ave 
*Andrews Samuel, lab 1319 n 5th 
^Andrews Sarah, cook h 914 McKay al 
Angel Joseph C, elk A C L h 209 

Chestnut 
Anheuser-Busch Brewing Assn, Louis 

Weil mngr 422 Nutt 
*Annet Christian, cook h 805 Walnut 
*Annet George, lab 805 Walnut 



Anthony Julia wid Alfred, 902 n 4th 
Anthony Mitty Miss, elk h 902 n 4th' 
*Antrom Thomas, lab 115 s lOth 
*Applewhite Jesse, lab 811 Red Cross 
Applewhite John A, lab 317 Queen 
*Armond Betty, cook h 613 Harnett 
*Armond Hattie, cook h 613 Harnett 
AEM9UR PACKING CO, L P 

MacKenzie mngr 214 Campbell 
Armstrong Berry D, mngr The Singer 

Mnfg Co bds Market nr 5th 

■^Armstrong Catherine, 1057 Shaw's al 

Armstrong John S, pres The National 

'*Bank of Wilmington h 319 s Front 

""Armstrong Philip, fisherman h 816 

Wooster' s al 
*Aron Joseph, fireman h 504 Bruns- 
wick 
*Aron Matilda, washerwoman h 504 

Brunswick 
Arp L Malcolm, lab r 612 s 3d 
Arringdale Eugene R, yard foreman 
Cape Fear Lumber Co bds 411 
Bladen 
AEKINGDALE JOHN A, vice-pres 
•' and genl mngr Cape Fear Lumber 

Co bds 228 s 3d 
■"Arrington Carter, lab 805 Bruns- 
wick 
Arthur Henry, watchman h no 

Wright 
*Artis Edward A, barber 105 Prin- 
cess 
^Artis Richard, lab I2i4n 7th 
■"Artis William T, carp h I2i4n 7th 
*Artisey Julia, 1215 McRae's al 
^Ash Charles, driver rms 311 n loth 
*Ash Eliza, cook h 1255 Shaw's al 
Ash Elizabeth, washerwoman h 207 
Brook's la 
Ash John B, lab 311 n lOth 



ASH 



(113) 



BAILEY 



"Ash Joseph A, lab 207 Brook's la 

*Ash Richard, lab 910 Castle 

*Ash William J, porter bds 311 n 

loth 
*Ashe Alfred, lab 615 s Sth 
Ashe Samuel T, journalist h 119 s 6th 
*Ashe Scipio, lab s 9th nr Dawson 
*Ashe Simon, lab 1115 n Sth 
Ashely Thomas, blksmith h 919 n 7th 
Associated Charities, Rev Robert 

Strange pres Roger Moore vice-pres 

P B Manning treas Miss C L Price 

sec 215 Princess 
Atkins Georgie B Miss, sten Alex- 
ander Sprunt & Son h 113 Chestnut 
Atkins John H, cooper h 405 Harnett 
Atkinson Emma C Miss, 322 n 3d 
Atkjnson .James A, propr Sutton 

Hfouse h 1 10 Market "^ 
Atkinson John W (A & Son), h 20 s 5th 
Atkinson & Son (John W and William 

M Atkinson), ins agts 113 n Water 
Atkinson William M (A & Son), h 20 

s 5th 
Tltlantic Coast Line, genl off n Front 

cor Red Cross 
Atlanta Home Insurance Co, F H 

Stedman agt 108 Princess 
ATLANTIC INN (The), saloon and 

restaurant 416-418 n Front Gieschen 

Bros proprs 

ATLANTIC NATIONAL BANK, 
16 Princess — phone old 25, new 
105 J W Norwood pres D L Gore 
vice-pres W C Coker Jr 2d vice- 
pres W J Toomer, cashier (see adv) 

Atlantic National Bank Bldg, 16 Prin- 
cess 

Atlantic Steam Fire Engine Co No i, 
320 Princess William C Von Glahn 
foreman 



^Austin Annie J, teacher Williston 

Graded School h 706 Campbell 
^Austin l^rederick, brickmason h 914 

n 6th 
^Austin Henry, lab 918 Orange 
^Austin John, physician h 914 n 6th 
*Austin John J, brickmason h 706 

Campbell 
*Austin William, carp h 813 Campbell 
*Avery John, lab 8 n i ith 
Avergno B S, elk 705 n 4th 
*Axum John, lab 310 Brunswick 



B 



*Baddie Frank, plumber h 206 s 12th 

Badon William H, mngr Sharpe & 
McGehee h 907 Chestnut 

Bagg Frank A. elk A C L h 1 14 n 6th 

Bagg Horace A, inspr naval stores h 
114 n 6th 

Bagg Horace W, asstbkkpr The Sing- 
er Mnfg Co h 1 14 n 6th 

Baggett Junius F, elk bds 113 s Front 

Baggett Louis W, elk h no s 5th 

Bagley Gertrude M Miss, teacher 
Tileston High School h 114 s 2d 

Bagley Thomas F (B & Fulford). and 
real estate and life ins h 109 Ann 

Bagley Thomas P, elk T F Bagley h 
109 Ann 

Bagley & Fulford (Thomas F Bagley 
and Frederick M Fulford), proprs 
Wilmington Stamp Wks and job 
printers 15 Princess 

Bagwell Florence V Mrs, propr Rock 
Spring House 

BAILEY EDWARD P, pres Wil- 
mington Iron Wks h 313 Ann 

Bailey Eliza R wid John C, 219 s 3d 



BAILEY 



(114) 



BARGE 



Bailey Henry B, elk h 61 1 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Bailey Margaret G wid James B, 612 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*Bailey Owen W, brickmason h 706 

Campbell 
*Bain Israel, lab 11 19 James 
*Baker Alexander, fireman n 518 s 

Front 
*Baker Cornelius, boot and shoemkr 

and barber 1118 n 6th 
*Baker Fanny, cook h 213 Strauss al 
Baker John, boot and shoemkr 114 

Princess h 7 10 Dock 
*Baker Johnson, lab 515 Brunswick 
*Baker Jordan, lab Thompson's al nr 

Brunswick 
*Baker Laura A, 1306 n 7th 
Baldwin Albert M, dentist io>^ Front 

h 3 s 4th 
Baldwin Bartlett D, elk 120 Market 

h 616 s Front 
Baldwin Barton D, elk bds iS^/^ n 2d 
Baldwin Charles M, elk h 309 n 5th 
^Baldwin David, lab Surry nr Kid- 
der's mills 
Baldwin George M, asst 105^ n Front 

h 3 s 4th 
*Baldwin Joseph, lab 22 Mayers 
^Baldwin Liddie, washerwoman h 720 

Ann 
t Baldwin William A, grocer 132 s 

Front h 120 Church ' '^'^ 
Balkcum Lula Miss, dressmkr h 719 

s 8th 
^Ballard Annie, cook h 913 Dock 
*Ballard Mary, washerwoman h 723 

n 4th 
*Ballard Solomon, lab 12 10 James 
Ballois Bernhard, saloon 126 Market 

h 616 Ann 



Ballois Christopher B,barkpr 616 Ann 
Baltzer E V, vice-pres Saxapahaw 
* Lumber Co h 501 s 3d 
Banck Otto, mngr Robert Portner 

Brewing Co h 118 Red Cross 
*Banfield George, lab 321 s 7th 
*Banks Frederick, lab 217 Bladen 
^Banks Henry, lab 12 19 Rankin 
*Banks Hester, washerwoman h 1219 

Rankin 
*Banks Isaac R, lab 614 Bladen 
*Banks Mary E, 1 2 17 Brown's al 
*Banks Milley, washerwoman h 610 

s 9th 
Banks Robert C, elk h 311 Hanover 
*Banks Sarah, washerwoman h 615 

Church 
Banks Wellington W, foreman Cham- 
pion Compress and Warehouse Co 

h 311 Hanover 
Bappler Louise T Miss, bkkpr J H 

Rehder & Co h 311 Cottage la 
*Barber Alexander, lab 203 s 12th 
Barber David D, shipping elk R W 

Hicks h 507 Chestnut 
Barber Mary E wid John C, 507 

Chestnut 
Barden Charles B, confr 27 s Front h 

10 n 9th 
*Bardge John W, carp h 513 McRae 
*Bardge Julia, washerwoman h 513 

McRae 
Bardsley David M, agth 1606 Market 
Bardsley Edward, elk h 1606 Market 
Barentine James G (Chesnutt & B), 

h 209 n 2d 
*Barfield General, lab 414 Howard 
*Barfield Joseph, lab 703 s 8th 
*Barfield Mary, seamstress h 1003 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*Barge Benjamin C, lab 116 s 12th 



BARKER 



(115) 



BEAR 



Barker John A, 916 n 7th 

Barker John A, barber 407 Castle h 

409 Castle 
Barksdale William R, mngr Standard 

Oil Co h WrightsviUe N C 
Barlow Adrian, lab 708 s 5th 
Barlow Bertha Miss, weaver 708 s 5th 
Barlow Mary C wid William, 708 s 5th 
'^Barlow Mattie, cook-shop n 4th nr 

Swann h 411 Swann 
Barnes Daniel F, supt planing mill 

Hilton Lumber Co bds 1012 n 4th 
Barnes James W, agt h 5 16 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Barnes James W Jr, coir The Fore & 

Foster P M and S and B Co h 516 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Barnes John A, painter h 916 n 7th 
Barnes John L, elk Standard Oil Co 

h 520 (Mulberry) Grace 
Barnes John S, tinner h 705 s 3d 
Barnes Mabel wid William W, 516 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*Barnes Maggie, washerwoman h 714 

Kidder's al 
^Barnes William H, lab 114 n 9th 
^Barnes Winnie, cook h 412 n 9th 
'Barnett George, grocer h 714 Church 
^Barnett William, carp h 218 Wooster 
Barnitz Elder G, tressel mstr h 614 

Harnett 
Barr George A, marine engnr h 707 s 

Front 
Barr James S, condr A C L h 1121 s 

Front 
Barr Mary A Miss, 1121 s Front 
Barr Ruth A wid William H, 1121 s 

Front 
Barr Thomas F, fireman h 1 1 2 1 s Front 
^Barrett Robert, lab 113 s nth 
^Barring Robert, porter h 113 s nth 



Barry John, 421 Campbell 
*Barry Robert, hostler h 113 s i ith 
Bartholomay Brewing Co, W Ferdi- 
nand Richter agt 420 Nutt 
Bartley P^tta Miss, 22 s 20 
Baskin James, asst car inspr S A L h 

310 Harnett 
*Baskerville Mingo, lab 806 n 6th 
*Baskerville Richard, lab I3i8n7th 
Bass Elias, 608 Dock 
Bate George, elk h 1122 Market 
Bates John, elk h 408 n 5th 
*Batson Ancrum, cook h 1019 Dock 
"»Batson Eli H, grocer s 7th cor Orange 
Batson John B, dyer bds 113 Dock 
^Batson Lassie, cook h no n loth 
^Batson William, lab 919 Schutt's al 
Batton Charles, lab 616 s 5th 
^Baxter Martha, washerwoman h 613 

n 6th 
Baynard Charles M, saw-filer Cape 

Fear Lumber Co h 418 Red Cross 
Beach G Judson, engnr Champion 
Compress and Warehouse Co h 

1113 n 3d 
Beach William J, shipsmith and 

blksmith 8 (Mulberry) Grace h 701 

Harnett 
^Beamon Henry, butler rms 213 Mc- 

Rae 
Beaman R C Rev, h 408 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
'^Beaman Sykes S, lab 3n n 6th 
Bear Edgar J, trav salesman I M Bear 

& Co rms 102 n Front 
Bear Emanuel, elk h 311 n Front 
Bear Emanuel I, salesman 12 Market 

h 3n n Front 
Bear Henry C, bkkpr I M Bear & Co 

rms 102 n Front 
Bear Henry M, bkkpr rms 102 n Front 



BEAR 



(ii6) 



BELL 



Bear Isaac (Morris B & Bros), and 

sec-treas Southern Distilling Co h 

603 Chestnut 
Bear Isaac J, bkkpr 12 Market h 311 

n Front 
Bear Isaac M (I M B & Co), rms 102 

n Front 
' BEAR I M & CO (Isaac M Bear), 

who dry goods and notions 106 n 

Front 
Bear Isadore, rectifier 20 Market h 

120 s 5 th 
Bear Morris & Bros (Samuel Jr and 

Isaac Bear), brokers and com mer 

and dlrs in cotton goods 119 Prin- 
cess 
Bear Samuel, tobacco and cigars 12 

Market h 31 1 n Front 
Bear Samuel Jr (Morris B & Bros), 

and pres Southern Distilling Co h 

603 Chestnut 
Bear Sigmond,trav salesman 12 Front 

h 311 n Front 
Bear Solomon (Sol B & Co), h 120 

s 5th 
*• Bear Sol & Co (Solomon Bear), liquors 

who and rectifiers 20 Market 
*Beasley Isham, lab 511 Harnett 
Beasley John D, mchst h 811 s Front 
*Beasley John T, porter A C L h 412 

McRae 
^Beasley Maggie, 16 Nixon 
*Beatty Frances, washerwoman h 217 

Bladen 
*Beatty Joshua, lab 810 Harnett 
*Beatty Julia, 821 Dawson 
*Beaty Margaret, 21 s i6th 
*Beaty Stephen, lab 919 n loth 
*Beatty William, lab 11 19 Market 
Beauford Hester wid John F, 708 s 6th 
*Beazley Henry, lab 821 Fanning 



*Beazley John T, porter 705 McRae 
"Beazley Samuel, lab 406 n 9th 
*Beckett Alice, nurse h 203 Harnett 
*Beckett Rebecca, cook h 203 Harnett 
*Beddencoat Jane, cook h 1226 Char- 
lotte 
*Beddencoat William H, lab 1226 

Charlotte 
Beery Eugene M, bkkpr Willard & 
Giles h 113 s 5th 

♦ Beery Robert H (Breckenridge & B), 

h 612 Orange 
Beery William B, inspr h 610 s 2d 
Beery William L, condr h 508 s Front 
*Begvvin Charles, lab 615 s loth 
*Begwin Florence, washerwoman h 

615 s loth 
*Begwin James, lab 820 Bay 

♦ Behrends S & Co (Samuel Behrends), 

furniture 16 s Front 
Behrends Samuel (S B & Co), h 214 

s 8th 
J|[fBelden Louis, messr U S engnr's off h 

i6th nr Market 
Belden Louis S, lightera'^e h Ii6s4th 
Belden & Howey (Louis S Belden and 

William M Howey), lighterage i n 

Water 
^Bell Alexander, woodsawyer h 1012 

Walnut 
*Bell Alonzo, huckster h 105 s nth 
*Bell Anna, cook h 312 Davis 
Bell Benjamin, pres Jackson & Bell Co 

h 306 s 4th 
*Bell Calvin, lab 13 s loth 
Bell Charles D, physician 601 n 4th h 

808 Market 
Bell Charles F, 315 Red Cross 
Bell Charles F, inspr h 319 Nun 
Bell Charles F Jr, lumber inspr Ed- 
ward Kidder's Son h 118 Church 



BELL 



(117) 



BENSON 



Bell Elijah, lab 605 s 4th 
*Bell Emanuel, lab loio Princess 
*Bell Emma, cook h 210 Brook's la 
*Bell Frank, lab 312 Davis 
*Bell George, lab 920 Orange 
*Bell Hardy, lab 815 Campbell 
*Bell Henry, lab 814 n 3d 
*Bell Henry, lab 906 n 8th 
*Bell James, lab r 720 n 5th 
t Bell John J, grocer 413 Castle h 411 
Castle 3z C^^ S 
Bell Katie W Miss, 313 Church 
■^Bell King, driv^er rms 320 Princess 
*Bell Louis, porter h 5th and Camp- 
bell 
Bell McLoyd, sawyer Chadbourn Lum- 
ber Co h 309 Harnett 
*Bell Maria, washerwoman h 1012 

Walnut 
Bell Mary M wid Samuel R, 313 

Church 
Bell M Lee Miss, genl del elk p o h 

315 Red Cross 
*Bell Robert, lab iii Wooster 
*Bell Salen J (B and Pickens), h 313 

s /th 
Bell Solomon PI, clams h 16 n 9th 
*Bell Swain, driver h iii Wooster 
*Bell William, lab 210 Brook's la 
Bell William K, lab 610 s 5th 
*Bell & Pickens (Salen J Bell and 
Robert B Pickens), who fish and 
oysters Water r Front street market 
Bellamy Eliza wid John D, 503 Mar- 
ket 
Bellamy John D, atty at law rms 7-9 

Smith bldg h 108 n 5th 
Bellamy John D Jr (B & B). h 212 

Nun 
Bellamy John D Jr, atty at law h 611 
Market 



Bellamy John D Jr, correspondence elk 

The National Bank of Wilmington 

h 121 s 2d 
Bellamy Marsden (B &B),h6ii Mar- 
ket 
♦ Bellamy Robert R, druggist soda and 

mineral waters 31 Market cor Front 

h 509 Market 
Bellamy William J H, physician 209 

Orange h 121 s 2d 
Bellamy & Bellamy (Marsden and 

John D Bellamy Jr), attys at law 

and notaries 210 Princess 
■^Beltencourt Charles, lab 1013 n 6th 
Bender Charles E, sten The George L 

Morton Co h 618 Castle 
Bender Daniel S, policeman h 618 

Castle 
Bender J Daniel, elk 201 Castle h 618 

Castle 
■^Benderman Alexander, lab 1208 

Lone's al 
*Benders Maria, 1214 n 8th 
"Benjamin Lizzie, maid 3 Price's al 
Bennett Charles T, elk h 106 n 6th 
Bennett Henry J, elk 22 Water h 209 

Castle 
"Bennett James W, boot and shoemkr 

105 n 2d h 609 Tent Hall al 
*Bennett John, blksmith 611 Bladen 
Bennett John N, driver Anheuser- 
Busch Brewing Assn h 209 Castle 
"Bennett Mattie, cook h 611 Bladen 
"^Bennett Parthenia, washerwoman h 

609 Tent Hall al 
*Bennett Samuel, lab Love ave 
"Bennett Thomas, driver Boney & 

Harper h 12 12 James 
Benson Archibald B, salesman L W 

Davis h 406 s 6th 
Benson David J, carp h 910 s 2d 



BENSON 



(ii8) 



BILBRO 



Benson Henry, carp h 903 s 2d 
Benson John C, machine opr TJic Mes 

senger h 1 14 n 2d 
Benson Matthew C, com mer 5 s Water 

h 105 Dock 
Benson Robert A, com mer h 618 s 3d 
*Benson Thomas, butcher 415 Castle 
*Bentley Mary, iio6Swann's al 
^Benton Annet, washerwoman h 922 

Dock 
Benton Daniel, elk 108 s Front h 115 

Dock 
Benton Dock D, engnr bds Sutton 

House 
Benton James W, farmer h 115 Dock 
Benton Joseph, grocer h 115 Dock 
Benton Joseph F, grocer cor Prince- 
cess and n lOth bds looi Princess 
Benton Lorenzo, fisherman h 3 s 2d 
Benton William, elk bds 3 s 2d 
. Berg James, grocer 1120 n 7th 

BERGEN WALTER J, mngr R M 

Nimock's Agency cotton and naval 

stores 10 Princess bds the Victor 
Bergen WC^lLm J, vice-pres Carolina 

Cooperage Co bds the Victor 
Bernard Joseph Prof, music teacher 

George Haar h 120 Castle 
*Bernard(^artemus, coachman h 1 120 

Princess 
Bernard Mary A Miss, teacher Hem- 

enway School h loi n 7th 
*Bernard William, lab 1120 Princess 
• BERNARD WILLIAM H, editor 

andpropr The Morning Star h 1 1 1 

s 5th 
Bernard William S, elk AC L h iii 

s 5 th 
Bernhein G D Rev, pastor St Mat- 
thew's English Lutheran Church h 

616 Princess 



*Berry John, drayman h 1013 Rankin 
Berry John H, timber inspr h 411 

Walnut 
*Berry Louis, lab 906 s 8th 
Berry Robert H, hardware h 612 

Orange 
*Berry Sarah A, washerwoman h 

1013 Rankin 
^Berthay Owen J, lab 1105 Swann'sal 
*Berton Cornelius J, lab 1017 Castle 
Bessant Henry B, engnr h 3 1 3 Harnett 
Bessant William H, elk h 313 Harnett 
Bessenger Samuel, mldr h 1023 n 4th 
*Best Agnes, cook h loio n 3d 
*Best A A, washermoman h 612 Ann 
■"Best Caroline, cook h 819 s 7th 
*Best Hannah, 1212 n 5th 
^Best Henry, lab 819 s 7th 
Best James, engnr Boney & Harper h 

307 n 5th 
^Best Kinnion, lab 819 Campbell 
"Best Mary, nurse h 819 s 7th 
Best Robert W, elk h 307 n 5th 
"Best William, lab 819 s 7th 
Bethune D Graham, elk Neill Mc- 

Kinnon h 5 10 n 4th 
"Betts Elizabeth, 11 15 Swann's al 
Biddle Robert A. elk 130 Market h 

606 Castle 
Biddle W Henry (B & Marshburn), h 

608 Castle 
Biddle & Marsburn (William H Bid- 
dle and Matthew M Marshburn), 
butchers Fifth Ward mkt 
Bierman Henry J, bkkpr Armour 

Packing Co h 412 n 3d 
*Biggetts David, lab 1103 Hutaft's al 
Biggs John D, saw-filer Hilton Lum- 
ber Co h 409 Chestnut 
Bilbro L Albert, harnessmkr and car- 
riage trimmer h 13 s 9th 



If C' fi'-'*'-*--^ ' 



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BILLINGS 



(119) 



BLAND 



Billings John R, elk Parlor mkt h 

Market bet 9th and loth 
Billings Joseph, elk h 16 s lOth 
Billings William H, elk h 16 s lOth 
Bills Ida, 605 s 9th 
^Billups James, lab 7 King's al 
^Bingham Classic, 1019 Queen 
*Binnamin Augustus, lab 815 n 8th 
*Bird Akra, lab 218 n 5th 
*Bird Monroe, lab 612 McRae 
^Bird Riehard, lab 121 3 n 8th 
*Bishop Bessie, 714 Campbell 
*Bishop Dollie, eook h 5 Priee's al 
*Bishop E, lab 109 St James ave 
*Bishop George, earp h 1306 n 7th 
Bishop George A, eondr h 15 s 9th 
Bishop George W, night watchman h 

508 s 3d 
Bishop Henry ]\I, elk Wilmington 

Compress and Warehouse Co h9i6 

Chestnut 
*Bishop Jennie, washerwoman h 713 

Castle 
Bishop Jonathan F, mngr C M Whit- 
lock h 408 Dock 
Bishop L DeGraffe, motorman h 416 

Castle 
Bishop Lucine, lab 416 Castle 
*Bishop Napoleon, lab 1020 n 6th 
*Bishop Virginia, nurse h 922 Dock 
*Bishop William H Rev, h 803 Green 
"^Bissell Alexander, fireman h 107 

Dawson 
Bisset John, mstr mechanic A C L h 

513" 3d 
Bisset John E, mchst h 513 n 3d 
Bisset William A, mchst h 513 n 3d 
Bissinger Emily wid Charles, 517 

Princess 
Bissinger Frederick A, salesman C W 

Polvogt & Co h 517 Princess 



Bissinger Louis G. salesman C W Pol- 

voght & Co h 517 Princess 
Bissinger William L, salesman C W 

Polvogt & Co h 517 Princess 
*Bivens Helen, 11 15 Love's al 
Bivins Rosa vid William J, 122 n Sth 
*Bizzel Gray, lab 914 n 2d 
*Bizzel Rushion D, janitor Y M C A 

h 903 Gwynn 
*Bizzel Robert, lab 915 Castle 
*Black A, painter h 910 Love ave 
Black Archibald D, trav salesman 

Chas M Whitlock h 323 s 2d 
Black Benjamin D, earp bds Rock 

Spring Hotel 
Black James M, elk h 323 s 2d 
Blackburn Malaehi, blksmith bds 

2131^ Market 
Blackburn Martha Miss, chair-fixer h 

1 1 1 1 Princess 
Blackman Ervin B, motorman h 602 

n 5th 
*Blaekwell William, wood dlr h 1202 

n 7th 
Black River Packet Co, wh f ft Chest- 
nut James Madden agt 
Bladen Street M E Church, 5th cor 
Bladen Rev Th os Browning pastor 
*BIaine Daniel, lab 412 s Sth 
"'^Blaine James G, lab 821 Dawson 
Blair Andrew J, engnr h 615 s 5th 
Blair William W, salesman R W 

Hicks rms 418 n Front 
Blake Alonzo E, peanutmer 716 s 7th 
Blake Christopher C, elk 819 Princess 
Blake Homer K, elk J H Harden h 

819 Princess 
Blake William H, cooper h 615 Surry 
^Bland Alice, cook h 411 n 9th 
Bland George T, salesman S & B Sol- 
omon h 815 n 4th 



BLAND 



(120) 



BOLTON 



Bland Harmon, lab 715 s 3d 

Bland Ive, mchst h 708 n 6th 

*Bland John, lab 125 s nth 

Bland Lucien L, gardener h 607 

Brunswick 
Bland Sarah S Miss, cook h 422 Ann 
*Bland William W, shoemkr 1 19 Dock 

h Wescott's la 
*Blanks Henry, porter h 406 s 8th 
Blanks William B, bkkpr bds 308 n 

Front 
*Blanks William H, porter h 406 s 8th 
Blaylock William D, fireman W N & 

N Ry bds Bonitz House 
Blizzard John M, elk 5 Market 
*Blocker Aaron, lab 307 Brunswick 
""Blocker Evalina, cook h 906 n 5th 
Blocker Jonas S Rev, pastor Mount 

Calvary Baptist Church h 906 n 5th 
"^Blocker Lee, lab Bladen nr 8th 
^Blocker Mary, washerwoman h 715 

Solomon al 
'^Blocker Mary A, cook h 322 s 4th 
^Blocker William H, lab 906 n 5th 
Blodgett William I, railroader bds 

Sutton House 
Blomme Charles, elk Johnson & Fore 

f\iii Market 
Blomme reter, baker 422 Campbell 
^'*T?Ior^9'worth James E, elk 128-130 s 

^ront h 404 n 7th 
Bloom John F, elk h 202 n 5th 
Bloom William H, salesman Barthol- 

omay Brewing Co h 501 Chestnut 
*Bloome Eliza, washerwoman h 815 

Millis al 
Blossom Fannie wid Samuel, 707 s 6th 
*Blount Catherine F, teacher Peabody 

public school h 1229 Charlotte 
Blount Charles E, salesman J H 

Rehder & Co h 520 s 3d 



*Blount William H, tailor 20 n 2d h 

1229 Charlotte 
^Blue Grace, cook h 307 Brunswick 
Blue Luther A, elk McNair & Pearsall 

h 305 s Front 
Blue Philip H, elk h 19 n 7th 
Bluethenthal Leopold B, sec-treas The 

R'einstein Dry Goods Co h 1 1 n 6th 
*Blunt Caleb, lab nil Market 
*Blunt Charles, drayman h 11 12 

Chestnut 
*Blunt Linda, cook h 11 12 Chestnut 
Boatwright Edward P, bkkpr h 404 

Orange 
Boatwright J H (J H B & Son), h 

217 Dock 
Boatwright J H & Son (J H and Swift 

M Boatwright), genl ins agts 124 

n Water 
Boatwright John L, mngr The John L 

Boatwright Co h 404 Orange 
Boatwright John L Co (The), grocers 
15-17 s Front John L Boatwright 

mngr 
Boatwright Mary E wid Dr John H, 

311 n 3d 
Boatwright Swift M (J H B & Co), h 

217 Dock 
*Boddie Frank P, plumber 107 n 2d 

h 206 s 1 2th 
Boesch John C (J G L Gieschen & 

Co), h 291^ s Front 
•Boesch John H, grocer 319 Brunswick 
*Bolden Lewis, lab 1216 s 2d 
Boldt Karl Rev, pastor St Paul's 

Evangelical Lutheran Church h 12 

n 6th 
Bolles Charles P, elk h 215 n 3d 
Bolles Frederick P, elk Willard & 

Giles h 215 n 3d 
Bolton Alice J wid William E, 22 s 2d 



BONEY 



(121) 



BOWDEN 



*Boney Frances, cook 714 Wilson's al 
Boney G James (B & Harper), h 109 

Walnut 
Boney Herbert E, elk So Express Co 

bds 215 (MulberrjO Grace 
Boney & Harper (G J Boney and J T 

Harper), milling 314-316 Nutt 
Boney James G, miller h 107 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
'"Boney Moses, lab 719 n 5th 
*Boney Nancy, cook h 1317 Dock 
Boney Robert B, messr So Express 

Co rms 14 Princess 
'^Boney Susan, 13 17 Dock 
Bonliam Levi, elk 1 1 16 n 4th 
Bonitz Henry E, architect 129 Market 

bds Bonitz House 
Bonitz House, J H W Bonitz propr 

129 Market 
Bonitz J H William, propr Bonitz 

House h Bonitz House 
'"^Bonner James A Rev, pastor Chest- 
nut Street Presbyterian church h 7 1 2 
Chestnut 
"Bonnett George C, 714 Church 
*Bonnetts Isaac G, cooper h 405 s 6th 
*Bonoman Charles, lab 604 Campbell 
Booker J L, elk 115 n 2d h 107 n 8th 
Booker John W, night elk h 407 s 2d 
Boon Alexander, foreman h 315 n 2d 
Boon David L, carp h 710 n 5th 
"'^Boon Eva A, washerwoman h 810 

McCumber's al 
Boon Herbert R, lab 710 n 5th 
Boon Laighton L, asst supt h 2 1 2 n 7th 
*Boon William, lab 603 Church 
'^Boon William, porter h 1006 Miller 
Boon William H, driver h 710 5th 
*Boon Zacharias, lab 915 Dock 
Boone Sydney C wid Alexander, 212 
n 7th 



*Boone Thomas, brickmason h 12th 

cor Castle 
Bordeaux Chatham A, elk h 208 Castle 
Bordeaux Melton A, elk 130 n Water 

bds Fulton House 
Bordeaux Minnie Miss, 1008 Princess 
Bordeaux Samuel, watchman 510 s 2d 
Bordeaux W A, elk bds Fulton House 
Borden Charles E, pres Navassa 

Guano Co h 319 s 3d 
Borden Edward, supt transportation 

A C L h 215 Red Cross 
Borden Herbert L, private sec h 322 

n Front 
Borden Mary E wid James C, board- 
ing 322 n Front 
Borfeindt Henry, bkkpr Vollers & 

Hashagen bds 23 s 2d 
*Borneman Cora, cook h 903 Orange 
Borneman John C, agt h 212 s 2d 
Borneman N Elizabeth wid John C, 

1 10 (Mulberry) Grace 
Bornemann George W, grocer and 

dairyman 702 s 9th 
Bornemann John H, grocer 720 s 7th 
*Boss Jackson, lab 1114 Swann's al 
""Boston Benjamin, lab 709 Dock 
Boston Marine Ins Co of Boston, 12 

Princess 
Boswell Alexander, asst foreman Wil- 
mington Cotton Mills h 811 s 7th 
Boudinot Lenora wid William E, 209 

Chestnut 
Boushee Edward, salesman R W 

Hicks bds 8 4th 
^Bowden Alexander, cooper 312 s 8th 
Bowden Alvis W, elk So Express Co 

h 1 19 Chestnut 
^Bowden Benjamin, lab 809 Castle 
Bowden Benjamin N, elk h 306 Han- 
over 



BOWDEN 



(122) 



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r 



BRADLEY 



Bowden E Herbert,barkpr M D Croom 

h 807 Dock 
*Bowden Eliza, cook h 1006 n 5th 
Bowden Henry G, condr h 305 s Front 
Bowden James O, 212 Red Cross 
Bowden James O Jr, elk S A L h 306 

Hanover 
^Bowden John, lab 11 Price's al 
Bowden John C, motorman 114 n 7th 
Bowden Joseph J, condr h 114 n 7th 
*Bowden Joseph L, painter h 306 Han- 
over 
^Bowden Julia, 903 s Front 
*Bowden Lew, lab 607 loth 
♦ Bowden L Tate, produce com mer 6 

Princess h 212 Red Cross 
Bowden Robert C (Rhodes & B), h 

906 n 4th 
Bowden Whiteford B, elk H LFennell 

h Princess nr 4th 
Bowdoin Edward H, bridge work h 

1 3 n 7th 
*Bowen Henry, brickmason h 320 

McRae 
*Bowen Phillis, washerwoman h 212 

McRae 
*Bowen Stephen, cooper h 212 McRae 
*Bowens Johnson, porter h 808 n 7th 
*Bowens Peter, stevedore h 501 Nixon 
*Bowens Primus, lamplighter h 611 

Brunswick 
*Bowens Robert, lab loio Miller 
*Bowens S W, porter h 505 n 7th 
Bowers J L & Co (John L Bowers and 

Castner E Russ), grocers 820 Castle 
Bowers John L (J L B & Co), h 702 

s 7th 
*Bowlen Louisa, washerwoman h 1014 

Walnut 
*Bowman Hattie C, teacher Peabody 

public school h 811 s 5th 



"Bowman John W, hostler h 811 s 5th 
*Boyan Rachel, nurse h 611 Tent 

Hall al 
*Boyd Bessie N, teacher Peabody 

public school h 510 Nixon 
*Boyd William H, watchmkr h 615 

Brunswick 
*Boyett Isaac, lab 512 Hanover 
Boykin B PVank, 514 Princess 
*Boykin Carrie, cook h 414 s 7th 
*Boykin Hannah, nurse h 718 McRae 
*Boykin Julia, cook h 718 McRae 
Boylan George S, salesman 10 s Front 

bds 420 3d 
Boylan Joseph E, elk 322 Water h 13 

n 7th 
Boyt John, lab 308 Harnett 
Bradey David J, brickmason h 506 

Church 
Bradham Etta Miss, 812 s 2d 
^Bradley Amelia, cook h Strauss al 
Bradley Amy Morris Miss, 422 Ann 
^Bradley A,lab 1015 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Bradley Charles, lab 1024 Walnut 
Bt^^diy (ljiari«& W,^a5 n 4th 
*Bradley David, lab 1009 Green 
*Bradley Edward, lab 1022 Walnut 
*Bradley Fanny, 1014 n 6th 
*Bradley Henry, lab 712 n 8th 
*Bradley James, driver h 1014 Princess 
'^Bradley John, lab s i6th cor Dock 
^Bradley John E, tinner h 1014 n 6th 
Bradley Richard, ship elk Hall & 

Pearsall h 1 13 s 2d 
Bradley Sarah J wid Richard, 1 13 s 2d 
*Bradley Susana, cook h 816 n 3d 
*Bradley Thomas H, compositor The 

Wilmington Record h 407 n 6th 
*Bradley William, lab Dock cor s 17th 
*Bradley William H, painter h 407 

n 6th 



BRADLEY 



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BRIGHT 



*Bradley William H Jr, painter h 407 

n 6th 
Bradshaw Jefferson, mate steamer 

Driver h Fayetteville N C 
Bradshaw Louis D, elk h 18 n 5th 
Bradshaw Willie R, distillery h 18 n 

Sth 
*Braley Lucy, cook h 723 n 4th 
Branch Addie, asst yardmstr h Castle 

nr Front 
Branch Arthur, lab 816 s Sth 
Branch C Robert, yardmstr A C L h 

309 Castle 
Branch Daniel B, elk 211 s Water h 

east Wilmington 
Branch Edward W, lab 711 Wooster 
Brantley Ellen J wid George W, 725 

s 3d 
Branch George E, mstr mechanic WN 

& N Ry shops h 425 s 3d 
Branch George T, elk h iio n 8th 
Branch George W, warehouseman 

Standard Oil Co h no n Sth 
Branch Giles, watchman h Surry nr 

Queen 
Branch James S, lumber inspr Cape 

Fear Lumber Co bds4iSRed Cross 
Branch John M, supt Water cor Ann 

h East Wilmington 
Branch Jordan W, carp h 526 s Front 
Branch Robert A, lab 816 s Sth 
Branch Walter, driver bds 910 s 2d 
Branch William A, lab 816 s Sth 
Brand James N, sten bds 322 n Front 
*Brantley Alexander, lab r 321 s 4th 
Bray Lucy Miss, seamstress h 413 

Campbell 
Bray Thomas C, carp h 3 1 3 Red Cross 
Bray William T, coir Wilmington Re- 
frigerating and Ice Wks h 413 
Campbell 



Brease Ira, lab 108 Wright 
Breckenridge John L (B & Berry), h 

316 Walnut 
Breckenridge & Berry (John L Breck- 
enridge and Robert H Berry), hard- 
ware 61 1 n 4th 
^Breelon Harry, lab 217 s nth 
^Breelon Lily, washerwoman h 217 

s nth 
Bremer Henry M, provisions 502 s 

Front 
Bremer John M, 523 s 5th 
Bremer Matthias, salesman Anheuser- 
Busch Brewing Co h 213 Church 
Brenner August H, mngr J H Sloan h 

T20 n 3d 
Brewer Alfred, grocer 720 McRae 
Brewer Charles N, carp h 902 n 5th 
Brewer Samuel A, carp h 520 Red 

Cross 
*Brewington William L, lab 1221 

n 4th 
*Brice Bompie, lab 911 Castle 
*Brice James, lab loS Kidder's al 
Brice Susan T wid Charles S, 1 1 n 5th 
^Brice William, lab 610 Anderson 
Brice William R, elk A C L h 1 1 n sth 
Bridgers Preston L, pres the Carolina 
So Ry and Lumber Co and pres 

• and treas The Bridgers &McKeithan 

Lumber Co h 114 s 3d 
Bridgers S Pierce, ins solr h llSj^ 

Market 
Bridgers & McKeithan Lumber Co 

(The), P L Bridgers pres and treas 

D T McKeithan sec and genl mngr 

Navassa Guano bldg 
Bridges Margaret E wid Robert, 308 

s 3d 
"Bright Daniel, lab 918 n 7th 
*Bright John, lab 307 n loth 



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BRIGHT .^4J\ C^IK^.... (^ 



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^ 



BROWN 



^Bright Seley, washerwoman h 916 

Dock 
*Brimmage Clara M, 805 Red Cross 
*Brinimage H I, lab 805 Red Cross 
*Brinkley Annie, dressmkr 820 n 7th 
*Brinkley Clara, 202 n 9th 
*Brinkley Gilford, lab 13 12 James 
*Brinkley Isaac, lab 808 Walnut 
Brinkley James B, lab 808 s 7tli 
^Brinkley Thomas, carp h 820 n /^h 
*Erinkley Tinna, washerwoman h 

Wilson's al 
*Brinkley William, lab 202 n 9th 
Britt Clarissa wid Thomas M, 309 n 2d 
Britt Doc L, mldr h 715 s Front 
Britt George W, civil engnr A C L h 

213 n 2d 
Britt George W, lab 516 s Front 
Britt Joseph, lab 307 Queen 
Brittain William F, driver W H and 

L Co No I rms 313 Dock 
Brittan Luther, lab 215 Davis 
Brittin Benjamin F, lab 217 Wooster 
, Britton Victor B, lumber and shingle 

mill bds Sutton House 
*Broadfoot Thomas, mail agt bds 513 

n 7th 
■^^Broadus Edward, drayman h 420 

Wilson's al 
*Brock James, carp h Bay nr Rankin 
Brock Martha wid Harry C, 506 

Princess 
*Brock William, lab 1316 n 5th 
*Brooks Betty, seamstress h 212 s 

1 2th 
*Brooks Charles E M, painter n 409 

Campbell 
*Brooks Ella E, dressmkr h 409 

Campbell 
*Brooks Farinda, washerwoman h 308 

Davis 



Brooks George, elk bds 113 Dock 
*Brooks George, lab 1113 n 6th 
*Brooks Isabella, cook h 2 s 7th 
*Brooks James, lab 518 s Front 
*Brooks Louis, porter h 810 Castle 
■^Brooks Nancy, cook h 516 Church 
^Brooks Preston, lab 308 Davis 
*Brooks Solomon, lab 308 Davis 
^Brooks Thomas, lab 810 Castle 
^'Brooks Washington, lab 13 King's al 
*Brooks William, lab 810 Castle 
Brothers Daniel H, elk h 120 n 9th 
Brothers Hinton M, carp h 120 n 9th 
Brothers Joseph A, elk h 120 n 9th 
"Brown Abram, porter 10 n Front 
^Brown Adam, provisions 122 s Front 

h 402 n 7 th 
•^Brown A L(Hall & B), h 304 Bruns- 
wick 
^Brown Alexander, lab 1003 Chestnut 
*Brown Alex, lab iio St James ave 
i^Brovvn Alexander D, dry goods no- 
tions carpets oil-cloths and mat- 
tings 29 n Front h 315 s 5th 
^Brown Alfred, cooper h 502 s 7th 
*Brown Annie, 514 Dickenson 
*Brown Annie, 911 n 6th 
*Brown Annie E, prin Peabody annex 

school h 907 n 7th 
*Brown Archibald, lab 304 Brunswick 
Brown Asa A, bkkpr Powers, Gibhs 
& Co h J621 iDock , ^. Vi.^,^^^'7^/f ^ 



rown Benjamin, teamster 1 109 n 9th 
*Brown Charity, 919 s 8th 
*Brown Charles, lab 919 s 8th 
Brown Church, engnr bds Sutton 

House 
*Brown Cynthia, cook h 419 Wil- 
son's al 
Brown Clement C, salesman h 522 
Dock 



BROWN 



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BROWN 



*Brown Cyrus, lab 924 s 9th 
*Brown David J, lab 904 Castle 
Brown David T, elk h 1308 n 4th 
Brown Duncan, lab 618 s 5th 
*Brown Edward, lab 1015 Dock 
Brown Edward A, money elk So Ex- 
press Co h 621 Dock 
*Brown Elislia, lab 172 Pick's al 
*Brown Eliza, maid h 708 s 9th 
Brown Eliza C wid Thomas W, 601 

Queen 
*Brown Elizabeth, cook h 116 s 9th 
Brown Elizabeth wid William, 513 

Queen 
■^Brown Emaline, 914 MeKoy al 
*Brown Fanny, cook h 106 s nth 
"■^Brown Fanny, servant h 41 1 Dawson 
•^ Brown Frank B, saloon Princess cor 2d 
Brown Francis M, lab 1308 n 4th 
*Brown General, lab 714 Orange 
Brown George, elk rms 109 s Front 
*Brown George W, drayman h 1003 

Green 
*Brovvn George W, driver h 808 Swann 
*Brown Hagar, 919 s 8th 
*Brown Hannah, washerwoman h 717 

Red Cross 
^Brown Harriet, Dock nr i6th 
*Brown Harvey W, butcher 915 n 6th 
*Brown Hattie, 1212 n 5th 
*Brown Henry, lab 711 Surry 
*Brown Henry, lab 504 Taylor 
*Brown Henry (B & Pearson), h 512 

Walnut 
"Brown James, Dawson nr 7th 
*Brown James, lab 919 Miller 
*Brown James, lab 919 s 8th 
*Brown James, porter h 6th nr Harnett 
* Brown James O, carriage and wagon 

bldr 201 Princess h 601 Queen 
*Brown James W, foreman 1302 n 7th 



Brown J Duncan, elk 201 Market h 

5th nr Castle 
Brown Jesse, carp bds 1308 n 4th 
Brown Jesse T, carp h 706 s 7th 
*Brown John, fireman h 211 n 3d 
*Brown John, lab 515 s 9th 
*Brown John, lab 303 Forde's ave 
*Brown John, lab 924 s 9th 
Brown John E G, elk Henry T Dulsh 

516 Queen 
Brown John G, c]k h 516 Queen 
Brown John H, broker 225 n Front h 

308 n 3d 
^*Brown John H, health officer 213 

Princess h 519 Brunswick 
^r^wnJolmM, distiller h^yj^ ^)^ 
Bro\^o<h'rT, fireman WN & N Ry ^^' 

Co h 312 Harnett 
Brown John T, watchman h 7 1 8 Queen 
*Brown Joseph, physician h 412 

Hanes' al 
Brown Joseph W, veterinary surgeon 

h bet 4th and 5th and Castle and 

Queen 
*Brown Josephine, nurse h 1003 

Chestnut 
Brown Kate O Miss, 205 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Brown Lola, nurse h 1003 Chestnut 
*Brown Lonnie, lab 707 s 4th 
*Brown Mahala, 11 20 James 
*Brown Margaret, washerwoman h 

1003 Chestnut 
*Brown Mary A, cook h 907 n 9th 
*Brown Mary A, cook 1003 Chestnut 
Brown Mary B Miss, teacher h 114 

Orange 
*Brown Mary J, cook-shop 822 n 4th 
Brown Mary M wid Needham, 312 

Harnett 
'^Brown Mildred, 708 s 9th 



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BROWN 



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BRYANT 



Brown Mildred H wid John A, 308 

n 3d 
*Brown Moses, lab 204 s 12th 
*Biown Moses, elk 1201 Market h 

319 s 1 2th 
*Brovvn Nancy, washerwoman h 307 

s 6th 
*Brown Paul, lab 924 s 9th 
*Brown & Pearson (Henry Brown and 

James W Pearson), barbers 122 

Princess 
*Brown Polk, lab 1216 n 8th 
Brown Rebecca E Miss, sten McNair 

& Pearsall h 318 s 2d 
*Brown Richmond, lab 13 12 Mc- 

Rae's al 
*Brown Rosa, cook h 909 Orange 
*Brown Rosa, 1019 Princess 
*Brown Samuel, lab s nth cor Castle 
*Brov/n Sarah, cook h 214 Davis 
Brown Sarah E wid Thomas W, 114 

Orange 
*Brown Sarah J, seamstress 617 n lOth 
*Brown Susan, cook h 924 s 9th 
*Brown Susie, washerwoman 307 s 6th 
Brown T Edward, rms Y M C A 
^Brown Thomas, lab 516 s 6th 
*Brown Thomas, plumber h 216 s 8th 
*Brown Thomas, truckman C F & Y 

V Ry Co h 613 Bladen 
Brown Thomas A, gauger rms Y M 

C A 
Brown ,Thomas O, elk Holmes & 

Walters h 713 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Brown Virgie, lab 617 n lOth 
*Brown William, lab 924 s 9th 
^Brown William, waiter h 106 Walnut 
Brown William B, carp h 1308 n 4th 
Brown William H.asstagt h 308 n 3d 
Brown William H, chf elk S A L h 

213 n 3d 



Brown Willie R (J H Rehder & Co), h 

5 16 Queen 
*Brovvn Young, hostler h Stud- 
man's al 
*Brown Zachariah, hostler h Church 

nr 6th 
"Brownell Thomas J, porter 18 s 

Front h 218 s 12th 
Browning Thomas Rev, pastor Bla- 
den street M E Church h 815 n 5th 
*Bruington Plenry, lab 112 St James 

ave 
Brunjes John H, grocer 927 n 4th h 

501 n 4th 
Brunjes Martin, elk 826 n 4th 
*Brunson Robert, porter h 20 s 

1 2th 
Brunswick Bridge and Ferry Co, 13 

Princess E S Tennent pres W M 

Cumming sec-treas A B Cook supt 

whf ft Market 
Bryan Benjamin J Jr, pressman The 

Messenger h 513 Wooster 
Bryan Egbert K (Ricaud & B), and 

notary bds 5 Post-Office ave 
Bryan Joseph S, paperhgr h 616 

Wooster 
Bryan Nicholas N, ins solr Life Ins 

Co of Va h 118^ Market 
Bryan Sylvester J, painter h 616 

Wooster 
Bryan William A, painter h 616 

Wooster 
*Bryant Abraham, lab 504 s 7th 
*Bryant Arie, butcher h loio n 5th 
Bryant Arthur W, elk 310^^ h Mc- 

Rae 
*Bryant Catherine, washerwoman h 

405 Dawson 
*Bryant Charles, lab 13 17 n 7th 
*Bryant Daniel, lab 11 King's al 



BRYANT 



(127) 



BURBANK 



^Bryant David, policeman h 714 

Church 
"Bryant Dora, nurse h 1012 Princess 
^Bryant Duke, lab 611 n 8th 
Bryant Frederick, lab 307 Bladen 
^Bryant Hannah, 911 McKoy al 
*Bryant Harriet, 716 McRae 
^Bryant Hessie, helper h 509 Camp- 
bell 
*Bryant Horace, brakeman h 615 Red 

Cross 
*Bryant Isaiah, lab 13 18 n 5th 
Bryant James T, elk h 310^^ McRae 
^Bryant John, lab 103 n 12th 
^Bryant Joseph, lab 1020 Meadow al 
'Bryant Joseph, lab 1012 Princess 
^Bryant Josephine, 721 s 9th 
^Bryant Louis, lab 1012 Princess 
^Bryant Louis, 618 s lOth 
^Bryant Lucy, 514 s 6th 
^Bryant Mary, 1020 Chestnut 
•Bryant Mary, 1020 n 6th 
•Bryant Mary, 103 n 12th 
Bryant Mary A wid Henry W, 316 

n 2d 
Bryant Michael, elk 107 s 3d h Queen 

cor 8th 
^Bryant Peter, lab 409 n 9th 
"Bryant Queen E, cook h 611 n 8th 
"Bryant Rachel, cook h 606 Swann 
^Bryant "William, driver h (Mulberry) 

Grace nr 3d 
Bryant William H, lab 3103^ McRae 
Buchanan Mary, 410 Harnett 
^Buchanan Mary A, 714 Queen 
"Buchanan William, lab 1005 Castle 
"Buffalo Grant G, lab 918 n 7th 
*Bullock Caesar, lab 208 s 12th 
Bulluck David W, physician loi Prin- 
cess h 12 n 5th 
"■^Bunting Abraham, lab 1118 n 6th 



*Bunting Abraham, lab 616 s nth 
*Bunting Alfred, cooper h 208 Mar- 

steller 
^Bunting Dudley, lab 1020 Chestnut 
Bunting Edward J, salesman 107 Prin- 
cess h 520 Walnut 
^Bunting Elizabeth, cook h 1020 

Chestnut 
*Bunting Elijah, lab 41 1 Sampson al 
^BUNTING J HICKS, drugs 901 n 

4th and propr Hick's Pharmacy h 

320 Walnut 
Bunting John H, salesman 5 1 1 Orange 
Bunting Joseph E, salesman A D 

Brown h 320 Walnut 
Bunting Justin M, bkkpr 109 Princess 

h 320 Walnut 
Bunting Louis M, elk I M Bear & Co 

h 405 n 2d 
Bunting Nash E,trav car and agt carac- 

countant A C L h Walnut cor 4th 
BUNTING'S PHARMACY, J Hicks 

Bunting propr drugs soda and min- 
eral water 303 n Front 
Bunting Rebecca J wid Joseph E, 320 

Walnut 
BUNTING ROBERT H, justice of 

peace U S comr circuit court 113 

n 2d h 1307 Market 
Bunting Samuel V, condr h 412 Red 

Cross 
^Bunting Styra, r 113 s Front 
Bunting Thomas O, elk h 511 Orange 
Bunting Thomas O Jr, condr h 511 

Orange 

Bunting Virginia E wid Samuel R, 405 

n 2d 
Bunting William S, trav salesman 

Hall & Pearsall h 5 1 1 Orange 
Burbank Thomas S, physician h 207 

s 3d 



BURCH 



(128) 



BUSH 



• Burch Norman J, elk T E Wallace h 

6 s Front 

*Burden Eliza, snack-house 15 s Water 
*Burgin John, 218 n 6th 
*Burgvvin Richard, lab 1006 n 5th 
Burgwin Sallie P Miss, 323 s 4th 
*Burke James, lab 713 Hanover 

> Burke Jesse T, watchmkrand jeweller 

7 s Front bds Sutton House 
Burkheimer Henry D, route agt h 616 

Princess 
Burkhimer Edgar B,inspr So Bell Tel 

& Tel Co h 208 n 4th 
Burkhimer Henry, boots shoes and 

clothing lOi Market h 312 n 3d 
Burkhimer John D, elk The Reinstein 

Dry Goods Co 212-214 n Front h 

208 n 4th 
Burkhimer Maggie Miss, saleslady J H 

Rehder & Co h 208 n 4th 
Burkhimer Susan V wid Washington, 

208 n 4th 
Burkhimer Washington L, elk h 208 

n 4th 
Burkhimer William L, elk 109 Prin- 
cess h 208 n 4th 
*Burnes Virgil, lab 606 Red Cross 
*Burnett Allison E, cook h 3 1 1 s 7th 
Burnett Charles, lab 712 s 5th 
*Burnett Edward, lab 820 n 8th 
Burnett George E, asst foreman card 

rm Wilmington Cotton Mill h co 
Burnett James J, photographer h 401 

s 6th 
*Burnett John, carp h ion Rankin 
Burnett John S, salesman h 213 n 5th 
*Burnett Katie, cook h 908 n 2d 
Burnett Leon, elk h 207 s Front 
Burnett Thomas, lab 6th nr Harnett 

> Burnett Lynn H, grocer 128-130 s 

Front h Front nr Orange 



*Burnett Mary, washerwoman h ion 

Rankin 
Burnett Rebecca wid Henry, 712 s 5th 
*Burnett Reuben, uphr h 606 n lOth 
Burnett Richard A, foreman h 718 s 

Front 
*Burnett Riley, lab 119 s loth 
*Burnett Sarah F, washerwoman h 

606 n loth 
Burnett Thomas, 613 Wooster 
*Burnett Thomas, lab 508 n 9th 
Burnett Thomas J, foreman card-room 

Wilmington Cotton Mills h co 
Burney William J, lab 910 n 4th 
*Burns Lila, cook h 1113 Princess 
*Burns Rebecca, 1113 Princess 
Burns Rebecca A wid William J, 715 

s 2d 
Burr Frederick S, elk Wilmington 

Iron Wks h 325 s 3d 
BURR HENRY A, see-treas Wil- 
mington Iron Wks h 325 s 3d 
Burr Henry A Jr, bkkpr h 325 s 3d 
Burr James G, elk h 419 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Burr William, lab 513 Walnut 
Burriss Isaac N, lab 517 6th 
Burriss James H, carp h 412 Church 
Burriss Robert B, asst foreman Wil- 
mington Cotton Mills h 508 Castle 
Burriss Sarah A wid Thomas E, 412 

Church 
Burriss Selisece wid George, 920 s 3d 
Burrus Joseph N, lab 615 s Front 
Burruss Edward T, watchman h 508 

Castle 
Burtt Catherine J wid Samuel, 307 

Walnut 
Burtt Samuel H, bkkpr Standard Oil 

Co h 307 Walnut 
*Bush James, porter h 914 Dawson 



BUTLER 



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CANADAY 



*Butler Abraham S, carp bds 417 

Princess 
*Butler Betsy, cook h 1007 n 7th 
*Butler Caroline, washerwoman h 1007 

n 7 th 
^Butler Charles, lab 1007 n 7th 
Butler Charles E, mngr h 105 s 2d 
Butler Charles. M, elk A C L h 305 

s 2d 
*Butler Handy, lab ioi4n 3d 
*Butler Jefferson W, painter h 409 

McRae 
*Butler John, 513 s 9th 
^Butler Mary, washerwoman h 1007 

n 7 th 
"Butler Philip, blksmith h 1007 n 7th 
*Butler Reuben, sailor h 503 n 7th 
*Butler Sarah, school teacher h 1007 

n 7th 
*Butler William, lab 710 Church 
*Butler William, lumber grader h 

1214 James 
Butters Horace, lumber h 105 s 2d 
*Byrd Edward, lab lOOi Queen 
*Byrd Kenan, restaurant Front street 

mkt h 612 n 7th 
*Byrd Mary J, washerwoman h 916 

McKoy al 
"Byrd Monroe, lab 104 s i ith 
Byerly C Oscar, bkkpr Cape Fear 

Lumber Co h 108 s 3d 
Byerly Kenneth, elk 17 Princess h 

loS s 3d 
Byrne John A, elk R R Love & Bro 

h — 7th 



Cables Henry A, teacher Wilmington 

Business College rms Y M C A 
*Cain Thomas, drayman h 609 s 7th 



Cain William H, carp h 204 s Front 
r Calder Bros (William Calder), who 

grocers com mers and fertilizers 

200 n Water 
Calder E Keith, bkkpr Junius Davis 

h 3 1 1 n 3d 
Calder James, inspr h 518 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Calder Madge, iii4>< Hutaffal 
*Calder Mary A, 716 s 8th 
Calder William (C Bros), 311 n 3d 
Caldwell Ambrose P, trav salesman 

Hall & Pearsall h Lumberton N C 
Caldwell Walter, sawyer bds7,i308>' 

n 4tn ' ^-i-a -^ ' f 'A-rt^^ 

Callighan John L, engnr p o h 605 

n 4th 
Cammariero Vincent, musician h 614 

s 2d 
^Cameron Eliza, cook 913 Red Cross 
Cameron George W, printer h 414 

Church 
Cameron Leo Miss, teacher Union 

School h 909 s 5th 
Cameron E Daniel, elk 10 Market h 

909 s 5 th 
*Campbell Elsie, 121 5 s Front 
^Campbell Hester, 1018 n Front, 
*Campbell James, lab 806 n 6th 
*Campbell Joseph, painter h 509 n 7th 
"Campbell Mary, cook h 409 Wil- 
son's al 
"Campbell Samuel, huckster h 409 

Wilson's al 
^Campbell William, lab 13 King's al 
Campbell William H, drug elk bds 

120 Castle 
Campbell William L, drug elk Wil- 
liam H Green & Co h 120 Castle 
Canaday William M, painter 719 

s 7 th 



CANADY 



(130) 



CAROLINA 



* Canady A E & Co (Mrs Annie E and 

Jesse S Canady), milliners and 
fancy goods 113 s Front 

Canady Annie E Mrs (A E C & Co), 
h 407 s 4th 

*Canady Charles, lab 517 Taylor 

Canady Emma L Miss, saleslady 117 
s Front h 607 Queen 

Canady Frank, bkkpr bds 113 Dock 

Canady Henry F (Koonce & C), bds 
Dock bet Front and 2d 

Canady Jesse S (A E C & Co), h 407 
s 4th 

Canady John T, i Millis al 

Canady Joseph J, huckster 603 Queen 

Canady Lenora Miss, dressmkr h 520 
Queen 

Canady William A, drug elk R R 
Bellamy h 407 s 4th 

Canady William T, fireman W N & 
N Ry bds Queen cor 3d 

*Cannon Annie, washerwoman h 829 
Fanning 

*Cannon Walter, lab 613 Red Cross 

Cantwell John On sec-treas Wilming- 
ton Produce Exchange and Cham- 
ber of Commerce h 814 Princess 

Cantwell Robert C, bkkpr Edward 
Kidder Sons h 225 s Front 

Cape Fear Academy, 105 n 5th Cat- 
lett Washington prin 

Cape Fear Club, 203 n Front H M 
Emerson pres George Rountree 
vice-pres W A Dick sec-treas John 
Meier steward 

• CAPE FEAR LUMBER CO, E C 

Gates pres Bradley L Eaton sec- 
treas John A Arringdale vice-pres 
and genl mngr Front cor Cowan 
I Cape Fear Mnfg Co, Jacob Elsbach 
propr 130 Market 



\c 



Cape Fear Pilots Assn, S F Craig sec- 
treas 9 s Water 
Cape Fear Towing and Transportation 

Co, S F Craig sec-treas 9 s Water 
Cape Fear River Transportation Co, 

whf foot Chestnut W S Cook genl 

mngr Jas Madden agt 
Cape Fear & Yadkin Valley Rail- 
way Co, Water cor (Mulberry) Grace 

Thomas C James agt 
*Capehart James, lab Thompson's al 
*Caphart William H Rev, presiding 

elder A M E Church h 1 1 12 n 5th 
Capps Andrew, barkpr French Cafe 

rms 2 Water 
Capps Charles, elk h 712 Queen 
Capps Daniel L, elk 501 s 4th 
Capps Edward S, night opr Inter-State 

Tel Co h 712 Queen 
*Capps Emma, 718 Nixon 
Capps Robert M, policeman h 712 

Queen 
*Caraway James, butcher looi 

Queen 
Card Charles, elk h 812 Gerde's al 
Cardwell Guy A, elk A C L h 209 

Walnut 
*Carey Peter, lab 606 n 7th 
Carlstrom Helen wid Charles E, lOOi 

s Front 
Carmichael James Rev D D, rector St 

John's Episcopal Church h 311 Red 

Cross 
Carmichael John W, billing elk ACL 

h 31 1 Red Cross 
Carmon Samuel, condr h 512 n 4th 
Carney Elinza T, grocer 1126 n 4th 
Carney James G, policeman 114 s 

8th 
'Carolina Bfcycle Co, 16 Market John 

M Wright propr 



CAROLINA 



(131) 



CARTER 



CAROLINA COOPERAGE CO, R 

M Nimocks pres W J Bergen vice- 
pres E M Wells sec-treas and genl 
mngr cooperage and cooperage 
stock Nuttbet Brunswick and Han- 
over 

CAROLINA INSURANCE CO, D 
L Gore pres Clayton Giles vice-pres 
M S Willard sec 10 Princess — 
phones 5 (see adv) 

Carolin:^ Inter-State Building and 
Loan Assn, Iredell Meares and P B 
Manning receivers 17 Princess 

Carolina Mutual Insurance Co (The) 
of Charlotte N C, 108 Princess F H 
Stedman agt 

Ca^-olina Publishing Co, Jewett & Dar- 
lington proprs 2 (up-stairs) Princess 

Carolina Southern Railway and Lum- 
ber Co (The), P L Bridgers pres and 
treas W W Rowland genl mngr 
Navassa Guano bldg 

Carpenter Alfred, harnessmkr H L 
Fennell h 405 n 3d 

^Carpenter Mary, seamstress h 203 
Harnett 

Carpenter William F C, bkkpr 201 
Market h 1014 n 4th 

^Carper Edward, carp h 1210 n 7th 

*Carr Isaac, lab 205 n iith 

*Carr James, lab S05 n 6th 

*Carr Joseph, lab 508 Brunswick 

Carr Maggie N wid Nicholas, 404 
Harnett 

*Carr Matilda, washerwoman h 607 
Tent Hall al 

*Carr Rebecca, washerwoman 820 Bay 

*Carr Robert, drayman h 709 McRae 

*Carr Sophie, 1226 Rankin 

■■^Carr Thomas, lab 921 Dock 

*Carr William, lab 216 n 6th 



*Carraway James H, barber lis Front 

h 514 n 7th 
*Carroll Daniel, 911 Schutt's al 
Carroll Daniel M, elk A C L h 710 

Bladen 
*Carroll Fields, driver h 7 s 12th 
*Carroll James, farmer h loio Chestnut 
*Carroll James, lab 7 s 12th 
*Carroll J, washerwoman h 703 s 8th 
"Carroll John, janitor h 412 Bruns- 
wick 
Carroll Michael, grocer 717 Bladen h 

710 Bladen 
*Carroll Morriss, lab 7 s 12th 
*Carroll Silvey, cook h lOio Chestnut 
Carroll Thomas B, veterinary surgeon 

106 n 2d h 710 Bladen 
*Carroll William, lab 703 s 8th 
*Carroway James, barber h 514 n 7th 
Carter Augustus E, mchst h 7 1 1 Castle 
^Carter Delpha, washerwoman h 809 

Orange 
Carter George W, foreman plumber h 

106 Castle 
*Carter Israel, driver h 15 Bailey's al 
Carter John, trav salesman Powers, 

Gibbs & Co h Gainesville Ga 
*Carter John, porter h 1016 Market 
*Carter Matilda B, teacher Williston 

Graded School h 1016 Market 
^Carter Revenia, cook h 507 Campbell 
Carter 1^ obert, sectionhand h 706 n 6th 
*Carter Sarah, cook h 303 Forde's ave 
^Carter Sherman, lab 10 16 Market 
^Carter Thomas M, porter h 1016 

Market 
*Carter William, lab 15 Bailey's al 
*Carter William J H, snack-house 

Muter's al cor Water 
^Carter William M, physician bds 5 1 1 

n 7th 



CARTRET 



(132) 



CHASEN 



Cartret John, restaurant h 401 n Front 
Cartwright John, restaurant Front 

street market h 5th nr Dawson 
*Carver David, lab 116 St James ave 
*Carver Pleasant, cook h 713 Ann 
*Carver Samuel, lab 410 s 8th 
*Carver Samuel, lab 605 Church 
*Cash Adelaide J, teacher Peabody 

public school h 718 Orange 
*Cash John, carp h 718 Orange 
Casteen Ellis, mchst h 1122 s Front 
Casteen George W, mchst h 618 s 2d 
Casteen Jesse F, lab 520 Castle 
Casteen R J, blksmith h 501 Hanover 
Casteen Thomas, lab 706 Brunswick 
Cate J William, carp h 314 McRae 
Cate William H, carp h 314 McRae 
Catlett Washington, prin Cape Fear 

Academy h 120 n 5th 
Caton Emma wid Henry O, 213 n 6th 
Caudle Joseph R, tailor 825 n 4th h 

412 Nun 
Central Baptist Church, Red Cross 

cor 7th 
Central House, Mrs A K Litgen 

propr 1 15 Market 
Chadbourn Charles, mercht h 117 s 3d 
Chadbourn James H, pres Chadbourn 

Lumber Co h 117 s 3d 
Chadbourn James H Jr, sec-treas 
Chadbourn Lumber Co pres Cham- 
ber of Commerce and vice-pres 
The National Bank of Wilmington 
h 323 s Front 
» Chadbourn Lumber Co, James H 
Chadbourn pres James H Chad- 
bourn Jr sec-treas W H Chad- 
bourn mngr iii^ n Water 
Chadbourn Stephen H, genl bkkpr 
The National Bank of Wilmington 
h 1 17 s 3d 



Chadbourn William H, mngr Chad- 
bourn Lumber Co h Market nr 4th 
Chadwick Amelia wid Jacob, 1027 

n 4th 
Chadwick Blanche Miss, opr So Bell 

Tel & Tel Co h 708 n 4th 
Chadwick Daniel W, carp h 708 n 4th 
' Chadwick David N, who whiskey to- 
bacco and cigars 15 Market h 905 
Market 
Chadwick Eli, lab 616 Harnett 
Chadwick Helen wid Martin, 609 s 5th 
Chadwick James M, inspr 901 n 3d 
Chadwick John M, fisherman h 509 

Castle 
Chadwick Joseph, lab 915 n 5th 
Chadwick Sarah wid Thomas, 615 s 2d 
*Chadwick Sarah, 710 s 2d 
Chadwick Thomas J, driver h Queen 

cor Surry 
*Chambers Edward, waiter h 5 10 n 6th 
^Chambers Lucinda, cook h 306 n lOth 
CHAMPION COMPRESS AND 
WAREHOUSE CO, Nutt cor Red 
Cross — phone old 52 JamesESprunt 
pres W J Woodward sec T E Sprunt 
supt 
Chapel of the Good Shepherd, Queen 
cor 6th Rev George M Tolston pas- 
tor 
Chapman Charles J, foreman Carolina 

Cooperage Co h 220 Red Cross 
*Chapman Fannie A, cook 314 Davis 
Chapman James P, blksmith h 512 

Red Cross 
Chapman Louis, furrier bds 1 1 1 1 n 3d 
*Charles Eugene, lab 1305 n 5th 
Chase Harrell M, chemist Wilming- 
ton Cotton Mills bds 216 s 2d 
*Chasen Kennon, whitewshr h 818 
s 2d 



CHASTEN 



(133) 



CLEMENSEN 



Chasten Annie Miss, music teacher h 

210 Red Cross 
Chasten Rufus H Mrs, music teacher 

h 602 Chestnut 
*Chavis Henry W, elk h Meadow bet 

Market and Dock 
*Chavers Maria, washerwoman h 315 

Brunswick 
*Chavers Melvina, cook h Meadow al 

bet 8th and 9th 
Chennis Augustus M, elk Powers, 

Gibbs & Co h Almont N C 
*Chesnutt Dalas, printer h 1 14 n 8th 
Chesnutt George W (C & Barentine), 

rm 4 National Bank bldg 
Chesnutt Jennie wid John, housekpr 

The Orton 
Chesnutt Junius M, bkkpr The J L 

Boatwright Co h 106 s 4th 
^Chesnutt Nellie G, teacher Williston 

Graded School h 114 n 8th 
*Chesnutt Siller, cook h 418 Bruns- 
wick 
* Chesnutt & Barentine (George W 

Chesnutt and James G Barentine), 

boots and shoes 30 n Front 
*Chestnut St Presbyterian Church, 

Chestnut bet 7th and 8th James A 

Bonner pastor 
*Childs Nancy, washerwoman h 710 

Church 
*Childs Robert, lab 710 Church 
*Christ Congregational Church, Nun 

bet 7th and 8th Rev F G Ragland 

pastor 
Christ Mary wid Philip, baker and 

confr 109 s Front rms lOo s Front 
Christianson John, car inspr S A L h 

714 n 4th 
Christianson S, water supplies to ves- 
sels h loi s Front 



Christoftersen Harry G, steward h 213 

s 2d 
*Ciles Maria, nurse h 1107 Walnut 
*Ciles Susan, cook h 1 107 Walnut 
Citizens Building and Loan Assn,2o8 
Princess WH Chadbourn pres H G 
Sniallbones vice-pres John D Bel- 
lamy Jr sec-treas Marsden Bellamy 
atty 
Claiborne Mary wid Charles, 3 s 2d 
CLARENDON WATER WORKS 
CO (The), John F Divine pres 
George W Kidder sec-treas W F 
Robertson supt off 118 Princess 
wks Hilton Park — phones 57 
*CIark Edward, carp h 207 Mar- 

steller 
*Clark Elizabeth, cook h 311 Forde's 

ave 
"^Clark Frederick, lab 1301 s Front 
*Clark James, lab 712 Dawson 
*Clark James H, lab no Walnut 
*Clark Josiah.lab 1311 n 5th 
*Clark Minnie L, cook h 311 Fordes 

ave 
*Clark Samuel, stevedore h 1206 s 2d 
Clark Sarah, washerwoman h 721 

s 3d 
*Clark William, lab 13 15 James 
Clarke Walter B, mngr W B C Co 

bds 406 Walnut 
Clarke W B Co, H L Denson pres W 
B Clarke genl mngr 5 and 10 cent 
store 113 s Front 
Clawson Thomas W, reporter h 116 

n 3d 
*Clayton Margaret A, washerwoman 

h 70S s 9th 
*Cleapor Mary £,512 Chestnut 
Clemensen Charles, elk 310 Nutt h 
519 s 6th 



CLEMENT 



(134) 



COLVIN 



Clement John B, salesman 20 s Front 

h 412 Princess 
*Clemments Caprus, lab r 310 Camp- 
bell 
Clemmons Charles A, elk h 519 n 6th 
Clemmons John J, baggagemstr h 119 

(Mulberry) Grace 
^Clemmons Joshua J, school teacher 

h 608 Ann 
Clemmons William J, elk and trav 
salesman Mecer & Evans h 107 
n 5 th 
Cleveland Grace Miss, 2i6McRae 
Clifton Sidney A, printer bds 120 

Castle 
*Clinton Frank J, lab 316 n loth 
*Clinton Henry, barber 8 s 2d h 213 

s 7th 
Clowe Charles B, mchst bds 420 n 3d 
Clowe Hannah F wid Charles R, 420 

n 3d 
Clowe Richard B, wall papers and 
uphr and electric appliances 107 
n 3d h 408 n 3d 
CLYDE LINE STEAMSHIP CO, 
Fort Walnut H G Smallbones supt 
— phone 56 
*Cobb Henry, porter h 518 Dickinson 
*Cobb Jane, washerwoman h 721 

Campbell 
*Cobb Ransom, lab 721 Campbell 
*Cobb William, lab 910 n 5th 
*Cochran Joshua, lab 1104 n 8th 
■^Cogdell Joseph, lab 317 McRae 
Coghill Cora L wid Eugene T, chf opr 

So Bell Tel & Tel Co h 208 n 4th 
Cohen E Clifford, asst paymstr ACL 

bds The Orton 
COKER WILLIAM C Jr, 2d vice- 
pres Atlantic National Bank h 219 
Walnut 



*Cold George W, lab 519 s loth 
*Cole Alexander, lab 711 Swann 
*Cole Willis, lab 208 Brunswick 
Coleman Joel S, blksmith h 919 n 3d 
*Coleman John H, lab no Walnut 
Coleman William H, bottler R Port- 

ncr Brewing Co h 807 Bladen 
Coles Charles L, tailor h 812 Chestnut 
Collier James K, dramatist h 304 n 

Front 
Collier Samuel P, accountant 17 Prin- 
cess h 304 n Front 
Collins Charles E, green grocer 119 

s Front bds Sutton House 
*Collins Dora, cook h 616 s 6th 
Collins Hanson W, salesman N B 

Rankin h 312 n 2d 
Collins James W, cashier Worth & 

Worth h 515 Market 
Collins Joseph A, chf engnr Wilming- 
ton Refrigerating & Ice Wks rms 404 

n Front 
^Collins Laura, washerwoman h 607 

s 9th 
*Collins Robert, lab 607 s 9th 
Collins Robert S, bkkpr the National 

Bank of Wilmington h 213 n 4th 
*Collins Sarah A, 405 n loth 
*Collins Susie, nurse h 604 McRae 
*Collins W Benjamin, lab 1305 n 8th 
*Collins William, lab 911 Queen 
*Collins William, lab 1007 Shaw's al 
Collis Charles, huckster bds lOi s 

Front 
*Colvin Eliza, cook h 307 s 6th 
'•'Colvin Eliza, cook h 12 s lOth 
*Colvin James A, driver H R S F E 

Co h 1 1 8 s 8th 
*Colvin Janie, nurse h 12 s loth 
Colvin Margaret A wid Alonzo, s 9th 

cor Dawson 



COLWELL 



(135) 



CORNEGIK 



Colwell Council W, salesman h 207 

Chestnut 
Commercial Union Assurance Co of 

London, F H Stedman agt 108 

Princess 
Conaway Edward S, lab 604 s 7th 
Connecticut Fire Ins Co of Hartford, 

Atkinson & Co agts 113 n Water 
Connor Elizabeth wid Moses, 405 

s 6th 
*Connor Charles, shoemkr \oy\4t n 2d 

h 711 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Connor Martha, 112 Wooster 
Continental Ins Co of New York, 12 

Princess 
Continental Ins Co (The) of New 

York, VV W Harris agt 118 n Water 
Cook Abraham B, supt Brunswick 

Bridge and Ferry Co h 106 Castle 
Cook Mary E Miss, teacher Union 

school h 602 Walnut 
*Cook Randolph, porter 5 Market 
Cook W S, genl mngr Cape Fear River 

Transportation Co h Fayetteville, 

NC 
Cooksey Albert J, painter bds 113 s 

Front 
^Cooper Albert, carp h 109 n 12th 
*Cooper Albert M,clk h 318 McRae 
*Cooper Balaam, engine clr C F & Y 

V Ry Co h 315 Brunswick 
"^Carroll Charles, lab 312 Meadow al 
Cooper Charles H, saw-filer Chad- 
bourn Lumber Co h 326 s 4th 
Cooper Edward W, saw filer 326 s 

4th 
Cooper Frederick H, asst engnr h 916 

s 2d 
Cooper J Buck, elk James F Woolvin 

h 105 n 5th 
*Cooper John E, lab 814 s 7th 



Cooper Joseph D, ship elk Wilmington 

Refrigerating and Ice Works rms 

418 n Front 
Cooper Lawrence J,trav salesman bds 

3 19 Chestnut 
'^Cooper Linay, lab 806 n 6th 
*Cooper Rosana, washerwoman h 109 

n 1 2th 
Cooper R Willard,bkkpr W B Cooper 

bds 3 19 Chestnut 
*Cooper Susan, cook h 815 Wooster 
Cooper William B, who grocer and 

com mer 226 n Water h 211 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Copeland Joseph D, lab 514 Nixon 
*Corbett A B, office boy h 320 n 9th 
*Corbett Golden, lab 708 Walnut 
*Corbett George, lab 1 1 8 St James ave 
*Corbett Hester, cook h 12 s loth 
Corbett Jacob H, fish dlr h 722 s 4th 
Corbett James G, sten A C L h 712 

Dock 
*Corbett Jessie, washerwoman h 317 

n 9th 
*Corbett John, lab 708 Walnut 
Corbett John B, ship elk Corbett & 

Gore h 420 n 3d 
Corbett Leon L, ship elk 12 s Front 

h 41 1 n 4th 
Corbett Michael J (C & Gore), h 119 

s 41 h 
Corbett William F, Pullman condr h 

41 1 n 4th 
• Corbett & Gore (M J Corbett), com 

mer and provisions ACL yard 
*Cordel Edward H, lab 1 1 10 James 
Cordes Norman, printer Carolina Pub- 
lishing Co h 1608 Market 
*Core Charles, lab 418 n 8th 
*Cornegie William, lab Orange bet 

loth and nth 



CORNICH 



(136) 



CRAFT 



Cornich Frank W, miller h 912 s 3d 
Cornwall William J, grocer 401 5th 
Cortjohn Elizabeth, dressmkr h 918 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Costin Amanda Miss, seamstress h 16 

n I ith 
*Costin Elias, lab 410 s 7th 
*Costin Ellen, washerwoman h 

Schutt's al 
Costin Miles F, brickmason 518 Nun 
Costin William H, grocer 6th cor Nun 

h 518 Nun 
Cotchett George P, salesman 16 n 5th 
Cotchett James G, elk Alexander 

Sprunt & Son h 16 n 5th 
Cottle Henry H, painter 710 Wooster 
*Cotton London, lab 908 Love ave 
*Cotton William, carp 213 Wooster 
*Cotton William, carp h 917 n 8th 
*Cotton William H, carp h 5 18 McRae 
^Council Annie, cook h 414 n 7th 
"'Council Diamond C, porter 410 n 5th 
^Council George, fisherman h nof Mar- 

steller 
*Council Nancy, cook h 1003 n 6th 
^Council Susan, washerwoman h 1003 

n 6th 
^Council William, lab 613 Swann 
County Jail, W W King dep sheriff 

and jailer Princess bet 3d and 4th 
Court-House, Princess cor 3d 
*Cousins Lee, lab 802 Bladen 
Covington Charles C (C C C & Co), h 

519 (Mulberry) Grace 
Covington C C & Co (Charles C Cov- 
ington), who dlrs molasses flour rice 

&c 219 n Water 
Covington Edwin P, 219 n Water h 

519 (Mulberry) Grace 
Covington Frank L, trav salesman 219 

n Water h 712 Orange 



*Covington James, lab 1009 Wooster 
*Covington Louis, porter h 405 Bruns- 
wick 
*Cowan Albert, tailor h 714 s lOth 
*Cowan Alexander, lab 415 Sampson al 
*Cowan Cornelius, butler h 714 s lOth 
*Cowan Dicey, washerwoman h 714 s 

1 0th 
*Cowan Hammond, lab 714 s loth 
*Cowan Ida, housekpr h 912 n 7th 
Cowan James H, reporter The Morn- 
ing Star and newsdlr 17 Princess h 
314 Chestnut 
*Cowan James H, lab h 1109 s 2d 
*Cowan James L, carp h 1007 W^ooster 
*Cowan Jane, cook h 1003 Castle 
Cowan John, elk h 314 Chestnut 
Cowan John B, lab 908 n 3d 
Cowan John T, elk 901 n 4th h 810 

n 3d 
Cowan Mill, lumber Surry bet Meares 
and Marsteller Edward Kidder's 
Sons propr 
Cowan Morris O, lab 516 n 4th 
Cowan Robert H, receiving elk C F 

& Y V Ry Co h 314 Chestnut 
Cowan Robert S, painter h 808 n 3d 
Cowan Samuel P (S P C & Co), h 222 
s 4th _^, ._ ^ 

* Cowan S P & Co (Samuel P Cowan), 
livery sale and exchange stable 108- 
1 10 n 2d 
*Cowan Thomas, waiter h 115 Dock 
Cowles Charles, tailor h 812 Chestnut 
Cox James, farmer h 24 Meares 
Cox W Harvey, ins solrh 411 Bladen 
Cox Reuben V, saloon 26 n Water 
Craft Archibald C, bkkpr 2i4n Water 

h 1 19 n 6th 
Craft Edward C,clkACLhii3 n 7th 
Craft Thomas C, 218 n 7th 



CRAFT 



(137) 



CROSSWELL 



CRAFT WILLIAM C, asst postmstr 

h S07 Princess 
Craig Charles F, truck bldrh 716 n 5th 
Craig Henry O, elk 6-8 Market h 105 

n /th 
Craig James W, pilot 9 s Water h 213 

s 6th 
Craig Joseph F (Suggs, Peterson & 

Co), h 313 McRae 
Craig Stephen A, elk h 7 1 1 Dock 
Craig Sterling F, sec-treas Cape Fear 

Towing and Transportation Co and 

Cape Fear Pilots Assn h 410 s 5th 
Craig Thomas, elk h 416 Castle 
Craig William G, carp h 924 n 4th 
^Crandall Jerry, lab 112 s 12th 
Crandol John W, 107 Wright 
Crandol John W Jr, ship carp h 107 

Wright 
Cranmer John B, prescription elk J 

H Harden h 209 s 6th 
*Crawford Edward, porter h 216 s 2d 
*Crawford James, lab 916 s 3d 
*Crawford Keenie, washerwoman h 

1 103 Charlotte 
*Crawford Richard, porter Kel- 

logg's al nr 3d 
^Crawford William, lab 410 Church 
*Crawley Lawden J, lab 616 s 7th 
Creasy Albert H, elk 120 n Water h 

120 n 4th 
Creasy John W, elk 120 n 4th 
Creasy William M, elk h 120 n 4th 
^Crockett Elizabeth, cook h 612 Ann 
*Croell Laura, cook h 418 Brunswick 
*Cromley Owen, lab 620 Bladen 
Cronenberg Henry, photo and picture 

frame mnfr 1193^ Market h 212 

n 4th 
Cronly Douglas T, trav salesman Na- 

vassa Guano Co h 215 s 3d 



Cronly Mary D Miss, teacher Hemen- 

way School h 215 s 3d 
Cronly Michael (C & Morris), h 215 

s 3d ^^ y ^ 

Cronly Michael Jr, bkkpr Murchison 

& Co h 212 s 3d 
Cronly Robert D, sec to pres ACL 

h 303 Chestnut 
*Cronly Sip, lab 9th cor Taylor 
Cronly William N, bkkpr h 104 Red 

Cross 
Cronly & Morris (Michael Cronly 

and Wilkes Morris), real estate and 

auctioneers 120 Princess 
*Croom Amy, cook h 412 Harnett / 

Croom Ausford H, hostler h Bruns-, 

wick cor 8th / 

Croom Charles E, tinner h 816 n 

7th 
Croom Curtis, turnkey 9ity jail 
*Croom J L & Co (Jam^si- L Croom), 

grocers 108 n Water 
*Croom John, lab 17 s 12th 
Croom John L (J L C & Co), bds 

Fulton House 
Croom Major F (M F C & Co), h 610 

Dock 
♦ Croom M F & Co (Major F Croom), 

saloon 102 Water 
Croom Marion D, saloon 8 n Water 

h 807 Dock 
*Croom Mary, maid h 1020 Queen 
Croom Walter, elk bds Fulton House 
Croom William H, elk h 806 Red 

Cross 
*Croom William H, lab 1313 Love 
Croom William T, lab 813 s 5th 
Croom Z Vance, elk 108 n Water 

bds Fulton House 
Crosswell Harry M, runner Atlantic 

National Bank h 308 s Front 



CROSSWELL 



(138) 



DAGGETT 



Crosswell William J, supt Atlantic 

Division So Express Co h 308 s 

Front 
Crosswell William J Jr, sec to supt 

Atlantic Division So Express Co h 

308 s Front 
Crow George D, ticket elk C F & Y 

V R R Co h 417 Chestnut 
Crow John E, genl mngr The Wil- 
mington Brokerage Co h 417 Chest- 
nut 
Crow R Fairfax, elk N C C Oil Co h 

417 Chestnut 
Crow William C, elk A C L h 417 

Chestnut 
*Cruel William, lab 1016 Front 
*Cullett Mary, washerwoman h 513 

McRae 
CuUun Edward S, carp h 406 Nixon 
Culpepper Reuben A, carp h 705 s 

Front 
Cumber Ammon A, elk Queen cor 

s 9th h 901 Queen 
Cumber George F, grocer 506 Queen 

and 901 9th 
Cumber Jesse, lab 320 Nun 
Cumber Josiah, butcher i 4th street 

mkt h 1018 n 4th 
Gumming Kate T wid Capt William 

A, 318 s 3d 
Gumming Preston, dep elk Superior 

Court bds The Orton 
Gumming William M, real estate and 

notary 125 Princess sec-treas 

Brunswick Bridge and Ferry Co 

and Mechanics Home Assn h 115 

Church 
Cuninggim William L Rev, pastor 

Fifth Street Methodist Church h 41 5 

s 5th 
^Cunningham John, helper h 823 s 2d 



*Cunningham Thomas, lab 701 Camp- 
bell 
*Ciiotun J Wesley, barber h 5 10 n 7th 
Curkum Joseph, cotton mill hand h 807 

s 2d fi • 

Curran Michael H, ctr Munson & Co 

bds The Orton 
*Currie Eli, lab 1 1 10 James 
*Curtis F, washerwoman h 212 s 12th 
Curtis John W, elk h 809 s 5th 
Curtis Joseph H, appr printer h 809 

s Sth 
Curtis Luther, elk h 809 s 5th 
"Curtis M, washerwoman h 212 s 12th 
*Curtis Peter, lab 518 s Front 
Curtis Robert, blksmith bds 712 n4th 
*Curtis Robert, lab 1206 n 7th 
*Curtis Robert Jr, lab 1206 n 7th 
Curtis Ruth wid John, 809 s 5th 
Curtis Theodore, carp bds 712 n 4th 
Cutlar DeBrutz Jr, atty at law 114 

Princess h 304 Nun 
*Cutlar George, barber 8 s 2d h 212 

Queen 
'•'Cutlar James K, carp h 718 Ann 
Cutlar Louis J P, law student 1 14 Prin- 
cess h 304 Nun 
Cutlar Louisa B wid Frederick D, 402 

n 2d 
*Cutlar Susan, washerwoman h 1022 

Ann 
*Cutler Hester, cook h 809 n 8th 
Cutts Annie L wid Allen H, 416 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Cuyler Paul L Rev, pastor St Luke's 



Methodist Church h 7ii9 Cljurch 



D 



m 



ylx 



Daggett Eliza R wid William T, 407 
s Front 



DAGGETT 



(139) 



DAVIS 



Daggett James S, student h 407 s Front 
Dahlgren Charles U, bkkpr Smith & 

Gilchrist h 224 Market 
* Dahnhardt John, saloon and boarding 

house and shipping agt 310 Nutt 
Dale Angeline wid Thomas, 519 s 3d 
Dale Ephraim J, lab 519 s 3d 
Dale Frank, lab 623 s 4th 
Danforth Edward, mchst 102 s Water 

h 8 n 4th 
Daniel Charles H, horse trader h 708 

Castle 
Daniel James Y, engnr h 1023 n 3d 
*Daniel William, lab 109 s 9th 
*Daniels Etta, cook h loii Miller 
*Daniels Lola, nurse r 1 109 Walnut 
Daniels Martin, elk h 517 s Front 
Daniels Robert E, 624 s 7th 
*Daniels Sarah, washerwoman r 1 109 

Walnut 
*Daniels William, lab 707 Red Cross 
*Daniels Wright, porter h r 1109 

Walnut 
Darby Maggie Miss, 6 Church 
Darby Margaret wid James, 6 Church 
Darby Mary C Miss, money-order elk 

p o h 6 Church 
Darden George, watchmkr and jewel- 
ler 4 n Front h 617 Princess 
Darden John D, supt Life Ins Co of 

Va h 609 Chestnut 
Darden Thomas F, train dispatcher 

and chf elk W N & N Ry Co h 221 

s 5th 
Darden William, mchst h 815 s Front 
Darden William H, Queen cor Surry 
*Darfus Violet, nurse h 418 Brunswick 
Darlington John J (Jewett & D), h 

5 1 1 n 4th 
*Dasher Adolphus, brickmason h 515 

n 8th 



Daves Graham, 225 Market 
David Abram (A D & Co), h 619 
Market 
-^ DAVID A & CO (Abram David and 
Louis Stein), clothiers men's fur- 
nishings and mercht tailors 31 n 
Front 
David Edward E, salesman A David 

& Co h 619 Market 
Davie George B, condr 412 Princess 
*Davine Amos, porter h 1 19 St James 
Davis Aaron R, carp h 415 Queen 
Davis A Frank, elk 202 McRae h 805 

Chestnut 
^Davis Augustus, lab 509 Nixon 
*Davis Alexander, porter h 1013 

Rankin 
Davis Caroline Miss, 106 Dawson 
*Davis Carrie, no Brunswick 
'^Davis Carrie, cook h 2 Millis al 
Davis C R, elk 27 n Front h 217 s 6th 
Davis Charles W, mchst h 416 Red 

Cross 
*Davis Charlotte, huckster h 803 s 

Front 
*Davis Cornelius S, barber 9 s Front 

h 214 Castle 
*Davis Daniel, lab 105 Dawson 
*Davis David, lab 17 s nth 
*Davis Douglas, 615 s 3d 
*Davis Edward, fireman h 12 13 n 4th 
*Davis Edward, lab 112 s 12th 
Davis Edward L, salesman 102 n Front 

h 413 n 5th 
Davis Eli C, driver h 1112 n 6th 
Davis Eli H, foreman h in 2 n 6th 
Davis Eli H, stamp elk p o 41 5 Queen 
*Davis Eliza J, dressmkr h 213 Mc- 
Rae 
Davis Elizabeth T wid Benjamin, 617 
(Mulberry) Grace 



DAVIS 



(140) 



DAVIS 



*Davis Elsie, cook h 813 Gerdes* al 
*Davis Emma, 12 15 Love's al 
*Davis Frank, porter h 302 McRae 
*Davis Frederick, lab 311s 6th 
*Davis Frederick, lab 12 n 13th 
*Davis George, lab 705 Dawson 
^Davis George, lab 1012 n Front 
*Davis George, lab 1208 James 
Davis George H, carp bds 509 Hanover 
*^Davis Grace A, cook h 1013 Rankin 
'^Davis Harriet, 104 Brunswick 
*Davis Harry, lab 107 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Davis Henry, lab r 321 s 4th 
*Davis Henry, lab 409 Hane's al 
*Davis Henry H, lab 807 s 9th 
*Davis India, washerwoman h 705 

Dawson 
Davis Ivy W, elk h 415 Queen 
Davis Jackson, 813 n 5th 
*Davis Jackson D, provisions 116 s 

Front h 521 s 8th 
Davis James, driver h 121 Market 
*Davis James, lab 519 Church 
Davis James C, foreman railroad h 409 

Red Cross 
*Davis James H, lab 712 Hanover 
Davis James R, carp h 821 s 5th 
Davis James S, elk bds 121 Market 
Davis James W, mchst h 513 Castle 
*Davis J, washerwoman h 217 Bladen 
*Davis Jennie, cook h 506 s 7th 
*Davis John C, stevedore hiii4 n 5th 
Davis John D. huckster h 521 s 8th 
Davis John H, mstr carbldr ACL 

h 211 Red Cross 
*Davis John H, cooper Standard Oil 

Co h 716 Ann 
*Davis John H, lab 408 Wood 
*Davis Joha R, stevedore h 1209 n 

4th 



*Davis John R H, lab 613 Tent 

Hallal 
*Davis Joseph, cooper h 815 s 2d 
*Davis Joseph, painter h Dudley's al 
^Davis Joseph H, lab 1314 n 7th 
*Davis Joshua, lab 709 Ann 
Davis Junius, atty at law rms 1-5 Na- 
tional Bank bldg h 207 n 3d 
*Davis Laura, cook h 411 n 9th 
*Davis Lavinia, washerwoman h 815, 

s 4th 
*Davis Lottie, washerwoman h 823 

Millis al 
*Davis Louis H, stevedore 113165 7th 
*Davis Lucy, 218 s 12th 
*Davis Lucy, nurse h 8163 5th 
Davis L Warren, clothing and shoes 

13 Market h 109 Church 
*Davis Margaret, cook h 1017 n 5th 
*Davis Margaret, washerwoman h 820 

Brunswick 
*Davis Martha, cook h 1013 n 7th 
*Davis Martha, washerwoman h 408 

Wood 
Davis Mary Miss, 518 s 4th 
*Davis Mary, washerwoman h 617 

Hanover 
*Davis Mary, washerwoman h s 6th cor 

Dawson 
Davis M Thomas, watchman h 713 

Solomon al 
Davis N Nixon, chf elk genl supt A 

C L h 204 n Front 
*Davis Pinkey, Marcus al nr 2d 
*Davis Primus, cooper h r 814 s 2d 
Davis Rachel wid Samuel, 214 Market 
*Davis Randolph, drayman h 1018 

Walnut 
*Davis Rebecca, Marcus al nr Front 
*Davis Rebecca, washerwoman h 21 

n nth 



DAVIS 



(141) 



Devon 



*Davis Rebecca J, washerwoman h 

715 n 6th 
Davis Robert B, 511 n 3ci 
*Davis Rufus, lab 803 s Front 
*Davis Samuel, lab 506 s 7th 
Davis Samuel J, elk 29 n Front h 214 

Market 
*Davis Sarah, cook h 716 McRae 
*Davis Sarah, tripe cleaner h 1018 

Walnut 
^Davis Sophie, cook h 506 Swann 
*Davis Tena, cook h 314 n loth 
*Davis Thomas, lab 514 Dickinson 
Davis Thomas C, printer h 315 n 7th 
Davis Thomas C W, elk A C L h 207 

n 3d 
*Davis Tilman H, porter 525 s Front 
*Davis Venus, 11 14 n 7th 
*Davis Virginia, picker h ilipHut- 

aff al 
Davis Virginia D wid George W W, 

520 Castle 
*Davis Wesley, steward h 813 s 2d 
*Davis William, porter h r 815 s 2d 
Davis William E, fish and oysters 

Market space bet Front and Water 

bds 115 Dock 
Davis William H, uphr h 121 s 9th 
*Davis W, asst engnr h 413 Nixon 
Day Anna C wid Lamiville S, 1107 

n 7th 
Day Thomas P, elk J G Wright & 

Son h 1 107 n 7th 
*Dean Catherine, washerwoman 511 

McRae 
*Dean Thomas, lab 511 McRae 
*Dean Thomas, porter h 9th bet Red 

Cross and Campbell 
Deans Harry L, carp h 815 Dock 
Deans Wiley, baggagemstr bds 109 

Walnut 



DeBruin Nathaniel M, contr bds 211 

Chestnut 
DeCover Henry A, bkkpr The Fore 
& Foster P M and S & B Co h 1 13 
s 7th 
Delano George E, tel opr W U Tel 

Co h 505 Chestnut 
*Delering Martha, cook 1009 Market 
DeLorenzo Lily wid Lorenzo, 906 

Princess 
Dement Everett H, lab 12 n 9th 
Dennen C Rev, rector St Thomas 

Church h Dock bet 2d and 3d 
Dennis Douglas, lab 1201 n 1st 
Dent Addie wid William, 311 Camp- 
bell 
Deplacey John, mate h 13 13 n 5th 
DeRosset Arman^John, physician h 

225 Market 
DeRosset Armand L, mercht h 113 

s 2d 
DeRosset Bettie Miss, 310 Orange 
DeRosset F Nash, elk A C L h 310 

Ann 
DeRosset Louise B wid Thomas C, 

310 Orange 
DeRosset Robert C, supt mill S & 

W H Northrop h 13 n 6th 
DeRosset ThomasC, mailing elk Atlan- 
tic National Bank h 310 Orange 
DeRosset William L, sec-treas Na- 

vassa Guano Co h 310 Ann 
'DeRosset William L Jr, printer and 
photo engraver r 19 n Front h 119 
Ann 
*Desane Cato, lab 709 Dock 
*Devane William M Rev, h 410 Bay 
DeVany Stacy K, elk A C L h 512 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*DeVine Ede, cook h 1003 n 5th 
"DeVon A, porter h 1 1 1 St James ave 



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DONALSON 



*DeVon Eliza, nurse h 416 s 8th 
*DeVon Jane, nurse h 416 s 8th 
*DeVon Lucy, 120 Brunswick 
*DeVon Mary, cook h 118 St James 

ave 
DeVond Stewart, signal man h 708 

Brunswick 
*Dew Benjamin, lab 621 n lOth 
Dew George C, watchman h 812 n 5th 
Dew Henry, lab 912 s 3d 
*Dew Jessie, nurse h 621 n loth 
*Dew Redick, barber 209 Market h 

Wright nr 2d 
Dew Sarah wid Harry, 812 n 5th 
Dick Frederick W, elk A C L h 318 

s Front 
Dick William A, chf elk A C L bds 

304 n Front 
Dickinson Thaddeus C, dyer and 

scourer 207^ Market h 416 n 5th 
Dicksey Andrew H, shipcarp h 519 s 

Front 
Dicksey George H, tinner 519 s Front 
Dicksey Jesse W, steam boatman h 

519 s Front 
Dicksey John W B, marine engnr h 

519 s Front 
Dicksey Phineas T B, capt steamboat 

h 108 Church 
*Dickson Georgiana, cook h 720 Ann 
*Dickson Jacob, drayman 713 Bladen 
*Dickson Matilda, washerwoman h 

414 s 8th 
*Dickson Stephen, whitewshr h 720 

Nun 
*Diggins Augustus, lab 210 s 8th 
*Diggins Isaac, lab 210 s 8th 
Diggs Clarence C, elk h 102 Red Cross 
Diggs Thomas C, genl sec Y M C A 

and librarian Wilmington Library 

Assn h 102 Red Cross 



Dinglehoef Minor J, jeweller h 207 

n 5th 
Dingelhoef O F (O F D & Co), h 207 

Dingelhoef O F & Co (O F Dingel- 
hoef ), jewellers and watchmkrs 123 
Market 
Diuguid Lavinia L wid William H, 

31 1 McRae 
Divine John F, supt ACL and pres 
the Clarendon Water Wks Co h 314 
(Mulberry) Grace 
Divine John S, engnr h 719 Dock 
Divine Morrison W (M W D & Co), 
h 314 (Mulberry) Grace 
' DIVINE M W & CO (Morrison W 
Divine), paints oils sash doors and 
blinds 23 Market (see adv) 
*Dixon Ann, cook h 1301 Market 
*Dixon Charles, driver h 13 12 Market 
Dixon Fanny E wid R L, 314 s 6th 
*Dixon G Toomer, letter carrier 11503 

*Dixon Julia, cook h 704 McRae 
*Dixon Major S, fish dlr h 8 1 1 n 5th 
*Dixon Melton, lab 918 n 8th 
Dixon Patrick, 415 n 9th 
Dobson Thomas M, salesman J W 

Murchison h 217 n 7th 
Dock Alexander A, frt elk A C L h 

206 Orange 
Dock Henry, agt h 206 Orange 
Dock William, mchst h 206 Orange 
Dollan Claude, printer 319 Chestnut 
*Donalson Amelia, washerwoman h 

620 Anderson 
*Donalson Calister, washerwoman h 

415 n loth 
*Donalson James, lab 917 Dock 
*Donalson Mills, drayman h 824 

Campbell 



DONALSON 



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DUDLEY 



*Donalson Promice, drayman h 620 

Anderson 
Donlan Frank P, elk A C L h 911 

Princess 
Donlan Patrick, chief elk Clyde Line 

S S Co h 410 n Front 
Donlan Timothy, supt cemetery h 911 

Princess 
Donlan William J, elk A C L h 410 

n Front 
Donlan William P, elk 410 n Front 
Donnelly Ella V Miss, elk Johnson & 

Fore III Market h 4th nr Ann 
Donnelly Hattie E vvid Samuel J, 314 

s 4th 
Donnelly James L, grocer 320 Nun h 

319 s 4th 
Dooley Joseph T, section foreman W 

N & N Ry h 606 s Front 
Doolittle Agnes M Miss, teacher 

Gregory Normal Institute h6i3 Nun 
*Dore Margaret, cook h 104 Kid- 
der's al 
"Dore William, lab 104 Kidder's al 
'•Dore Willie, lab 104 Kidder's al 
Doscher John D, grocer 301 Harnett 
Dosher Linda Miss, cashier S & B 

Solomon h Walnut nr 4th 
Dosher Wilbur, salesman S & B Solo- 
mon h Walnut nr 4th 
"Douglas Joseph, drayman h 705 

Bladen 
^Douglass Andrew, lab 703 Campbell 
^Douglass Martha, washerwoman h 

703 Campbell 
*Dove Owen, cook 417 n 7th 
Dowling Michael, 713 s rth 
Dowling Thomas, lab 713 s 7th 
Downall Giles, tailor bds Fulton House 
Doyle George W, stevedore and contr 

203 n Water h 417 w^^^^"^ HI 



Dozier Albert, coir Hall & Pearsall h 

Princess nr 6th 
*Dozier Robert, porter h 718 s 8th 
*Drake Peter, carp h 1213 Brown's al 
Draper Edward T, 223 s 3d 
Draper Sarah E wid Robert E, 412 

n 2d 
DREHER J H, dentist loi Princess 

bds 1204 n 4th 
*Drew Jacob, Pullman porter h 805 

Brunswick 
Drew Josie Miss, 516 s 4th 
*Drew Julius, porter h 710 n 8th 
Drew Reuben B, salesman 20 s Front 

h 2d cor Dock 
Driver Charles P, carp h 318 Queen 
*Dry Benjamin, lab 1108 Chestnut 
*Dry Edward, presser h 513 n 7th 
*Dry Fannie, dressmkr 520 Campbell 
*Dry George A, cutter h 720 n 5th 
*Dry George D, health officer 213 

Princess h 720 n 5th 
*DRY JAMES D, dyer and tailor 

16 n 2d h 513 n 7th 
*Dry John H, tailor h 520 Campbell 
*Dry Louis, lab 1002 Market 
Dudley Annie H Miss, elk 107 Prin- 
cess h 1 14 n 7th 
^Dudley Anthony, lab lOOi Rankin 
*Dudley Benjamin, lab 717 Nun 
*Dudley Caroline, washerwoman li 

514 s 7th 
Dudley Captalia B wid S B, 61 1 s 2d 
*Dudley Cornelius, lab 505 Nixon 
^Dudley Frank, lab 805 n 6th 
*Dudley Isaac, porter h 715 Ann 
*Dudley James B, prof A & M Col- 
lege Greensboro h 305 n 4th 
*Dudley Jesse, lab Marsteller nr Surry 
Dudley John L, elk h 701 (Mulberry) 
Grace 



DUDLEY 



(144) 



EDDENBOROUGH 



Dudley Laurence, elk h 818 s 5th 
^Dudley Martha, cook h 702 Hanover 
*Dudiey Needham, lab 718 s 8th 
*Dudley Peter, lab 1013 n 5th 
*Dudley Rachel, 505 Nixon 
*Dudley Squire, lab 505 Nixon 
*Dudley Susan, music teacher h looi 

Rankin 
*Dudley Wellington, lab 505 Nixon 
*Dudley William, lab 13 12 Love 
Duffy Charles F, elk The J R Turren- 

tine Co h 305 n 7th 
Duffy Patrick F, associate editor The 

Morning Star h 305 n 7th 
Duke George F, elk h 314 Harnett 
Duke William L, watchman h 314 

Harnett 
Dukes Benjamin F, carp h 511 Bladen 
Duls Henry T, grocer 202 McRae 

and 202 n 7th h 713 Chestnut 
Duls Jacob W, groceries and liquors 

114 s Front h 120 Nun 
DUN R G & CO, Mercantile agency 

Atlantic National Bank bldg Miss 

H M Whitaker mngr — phone old 

179 
Duncan Mary J wid W M, 613 s 4th 
Duncan Stephen, steamboatman h 

1 19 Church 
Duncan William P, lab 613 s 4th 
Dunham Benjamin W, carriage trim- 
mer h 412 Chestnut 
^Dunham Timan, lab 801 Taylor 
Dunn Clifford C, civil engnr h 419 n 3d 
Dunn Mary J wid Bennett R, 104 

n 7th 
Dunn Wallace A, messr boy ACL 

h 100 n 7th 
Dttnnenbaum Gustav, elk The Rein 

stein Dry Goods Co 212-214 n 

Front h 1 1 n 6th 



*Dunson Charles H, painter h 1209 

Ann 
*Dunson Hattie, washerwoman h 808 

Gerde's al 
Durant Frances, washerwoman h 616 

Swann 
*Durant Preston, lab 1015 n 2d 
^Durham Charles, lab 118 s 9th 
*Durham James, lab 118 s 9th 
Durham James H, dentist 1 14 Prin- 
cess h 322 s 5th 
Dyer John, cutter h 917 Market 
*Dyer Mary E, cook h 925 s 8th 



*Eaden Samuel, lab 506 Walnut 
*Eagles Abram, wood dlr h 1 220 n 6th 
*Eagles Emanuel, porter h 216 s 12th 
■^Eagles Hector, marine engnr h 118 

Wooster 
*Eagles John S W, carp h 708 McRae 
*Eagles Mary J, cook h 517 n loth 
*Eagles Milley, cook h 517 n lOth 
*Eagles William, drayman bds 511 

n 7 th 
*Eason Vinie, 601 Taylor 
Eaton Bradley L, sec-treas Cape Fear 

Lumber Co h New York 
Eaton Julia C wid Francis F, i Queen 

cor Surry 
*Eaton Phillis, 413 Taylor 
*Eaton Maggie W, teacher h 1 12 n 9th 
*Ebenezer Baptist Church, 213 s 7th 

Rev Benjamin K Sykes pastor 
Ebert John T, lab s 7th nr Castle 
* Eckel William A, ship chandler (new 

and second hand) 203 n Water h 619 

Chestnut 
*Eddenborough Florence A, restau- 
rant 1 1 s 2d 



EDDENS 



(145) 



ENNETT 



Eddens Ira, elk bds i 13 Dock 
*Edens Margaret, teacher Williston 

Graded School h 112 n 9th 
*Edvvards Daniel, lab 13 18 n 5th 
*Edwards Herbert, fireman h 7 1 8 n 8th 
Edwards J Daniel, elk A C L h 412 n 

Front 
*Edwards Thomas, lab 5 10 Brunswick 
Egan Francis J, mchst h 708 Bladen 
Filers Christian, lightship kpr h The 

Victor 
Elder James, grocer n i ith cor Market 
*Eleby David, lab 13 Price's al 
*Eleby William, baker h 519 n 7th 
Elfrings Sarah wid Anton, 712 s 2d 
Elkins James B, carp h 1 1 1 1 n 3d 
Elkins Lueinda Mrs, 713 s 2d 
Elkins Lula I Miss, ironer 202 s Front 

h 509 Hanover 
*Elkins York, fireman h iiio s 2d 
*Ellerbe Benjamin, 1108 Market 
*Ellerbe Parmilla, nurse 1108 Market 
*Ellerbe Sarah, washerwoman h 1108 

Market 
*Ellerson Mary, cook h 14 n lOth 
'•Ellett Thomas, lab 1316 n 5th 
^Elliott Bettie, elk 709 n 6th h 1316 

n 5th 
"Elliott Biscar, lab 1120 Chestnut 
*Elliott George, cooper h 131 i Love 
Elliott George B, spl agt ACL rms 

418 n Front 
Elliott Mary F wid William P, 1 19 Ann 
Elliott Warren G, pres A C L h 

Wrightsville Sound N C 
*Elliott William, lab 920 n 5th 
Ellis Alphonzo G, foreman saw-mill h 

828 (Mulberry) Grace 
Ellis David C, carp h 204 Castle 
Ellis Edward R, photographer 114 

Market h 204 Castle 



Ellis Ellen wid Henry G, 828 ^Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Ellis Freeman B, photographer h 516 

s 2d 
Ellis Ira W, weigher h 710 s 7th 
Ellis L Oscar, pressman h 828 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Ellis Samuel J, carp h 216 n 9th 
Ellis Stephen R, boatman Custom 

House h 407 Church 
Ellis Urchie C, photographer 114 

Market h 116 Church 
Ellis Wingfield S, shipcarp h 516 

s 2d 
*Ellison Alexander, lab 305 n 9th 
*Ellison Bettie, washerwoman h 305 

n 9th 
*Ellison Joseph, lab 913 Castle 
*Ellison Millard F, painter h 919 
Chestnut 
♦ Elsbach Jacob, propr Cape Fear Mnfg 
Co h 3d cor Grace 
Elvington Addie wid D R, 612 s 3d 
Elwell Eli V, bkbdr bds Sutton 

House 
Emanuel Church, Front cor Queen 

Rev Benjamin E Wallace pastor 
Emerson Horace M, frt and passgr 

agt A C L h 107 Red Cross 
Emerson Thomas M, traffic mngr h 

313 Chestnut 
Empie Brooke, elk h 308 s 2d 
Empie Swift, atty at law bds 308 s 2d 
Empie Virginia wid Adam, 308 s 2d 
Employers' Liability Assurance Co 

of England, 12 Princess 
Ennett Irene M Miss, saleslady h 812 

Wooster 
Ennett Jane wid Richard, 119 s 8th 
■^Ennett Mary L, cook h Meadow al 
nr 8th 



ENNETT 



(146) 



EVERETT 



*Ennett Thomas, lab 1218 Princess 
Ennett William B, messr W U Tel Co 

h 119 s 8th 
*Ennett William, lab Meadow al bet 

8th and 9th 
Ennett Zoro B, lab 812 Wooster 
*Epps Bertha, cook h 307 n 3d 
*Epps Henry Rev, h 507 n 9th 
■*Epps John, lab no s nth 
*Epps John Rev, h r 419 n 3d 
*Epps Louenda, washerwoman h 507 

n 9th 
Equitable Life Assurance Society 

(The) of the U S. Edwin P Parker 

resident agt rm 6 National Bank 

bldg 
Ernhart N A, watchman h 1005 n 4th 
*Eskins Harry, painter h 617 Wooster 
*Eskins Lucinda, washerwoman h 617 

Wooster 
*Etheridge Daniel, lab 1319 n 5th 
Eubanks John W, carp h 812 McCum- 

ber's al 
*Evans Alfred, carp h 916 Orange 
*Evans Alexander, lab 1013 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Evans Alice, washerwoman h 621 

n loth 
*Evans Benjamin, lab 718 s 7th 
*Evans Caledonia, cook 903 Wooster 
*Evans Charles, lab looi Dickson 
■*Evans Charles, lab lOio Shaw's al 
*Evans C, washerwoman h 713 n 6th 
*Evans Daniel W, barber 8 n 2d h 

216 n 6th 
*Evans David C, funeral director 107 

2d h 509 Campbell 
Evans DeLancey, rice mills 117 n 3d 
*Evans Edward, lab 509 s 5th 
*Evans Eli, horseshoer 208 Princess 

h 1013 (Mulberry) Grace 



*Evans George, lab 515 s 10th 
*Evans Isaac, porter h 9th bet Camp- 
bell and Hanover 
*Evans Jackson, mechanic 1309 Dock 
*Evans James, lab 903 Wooster 
*P^vans Jane, washerwoman h lOOi 

Miller 
*Evans John, lab 518 n 9th 
*Evans John, lab Brown al 
*Evans Jubal, lab 102 1 Dock 
Evans Lydia, 509 Hanover 
Evans Loula Miss, laundress h 509 

Hanover 
*Evans Margaret, cook h 1016 n 5th 
*Evans Minnie, cook h 115 n nth 
*Evans Moses, lab 807 Orange 
*Evans Moses, lab 713 n 6th 
^Evans Peter, cook-shop 230 n Water 

h 1 1 1 5 n 6th 
*Evans Peter, stevedore h 1115 n 6th 
*Evans Rodger, lab 1016 n Front 
*Evans Stephen, lab 817 Castle 
*Evans Sylvie, washerwoman h 509 

s 5th 
Evans Thomas, atty at law h 115 n 3d 
Evans Thomas G, ins solr h 414 s 6th 
*Evans Wesley, lab 206 s 7th 
Evans William, mchst h 410 Walnut 
*Evans William, lab 717 s lOth 
*Evans William A, lab 621 n loth 
Evans William McD, supt Morning 

Star h 817 n 2d 
*Evely Alexander, hostler h 410 s 8th 
EVENING DISPATCH (The), 10 

Orange Richard P McClammy 

propr (see adv) 
^Evergreen Hall of Love and Charity, 

s 7th bet Nun and Church 
*Everly Easter, 11 10 Hutaffal 
Everett Laura A Miss, dressmkr h 

309 McRae 



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FARRAR 



*Everett Louis, lab 12 18 Charlotte 
^^Everett Stanley (Rick & E) and (E 

& Rich), h 4 n Water 
*Everett York, lab 212 n loth 
*Everett & Rich (Stanley Everett and 

Thomas Rich), barbers 8 n Water 
Everitt Alice L wid Samuel S, 204 n 

Front 
Everitt Amanda Miss, dressmkr h 212 

Harnett 
*Everitt James, lab 905 Orange 
Everitt John A, grocer 131 Market h 

214 n 7th 
Everitt John A Jr, salesman H J Ger- 

ken h 214 n 7th 
Everitt Joseph F, lab 804 s 6th 
^Everitt Josephine, cook h 1003 n 5th 
Everitt Robert L, lab 808 s 6th 
^Everitt Susan, washerwoman h 300 

Wooster 
*Every Alexander, lab 410 s 8th 
Excelsior Artesian Well and Sewer- 
age Co Wilmington, W E Worth 
pres George H Lacey vice-pres 
Charles H Leach genl supt F H 
Stedman sec-treas John D Bellamy 
Jr genl counsel 
Excelsior Shoe Store, Peterson & 

Rulfs props 521 n 4th 
Exchange Building, offices Water cor 

Princess 
Ezzell Castus, carp h 702 n 4th 
Ezzell Dudley M, lab 208 Harnett 
Ezzell John W, lab 20S Harnett 
Ezzell Lamuel, 509 Harnett 



■^Fair William, fireman h 615 n 6th 
^Faircloth Mack, snack-house Muter's 
al nr Front h r 121 s PVont 



*Faircloth William, cook-shop Mu- 
ter's al nr Front h r 121 s Front 
^Fairfield Alice, cook h 314 Davis 
*Fairly George W, lab 41 1 Taylor 
*Fairo John T, peddler h 221 s 7th 
*Fairs Frank J, lab 511 Walnut 
*Fairs George, porter h 415 Castle 
*Fairs Rosa, washerwoman h 1006 

Chestnut 
Fairweather Bettie Miss, laundress 

The Orton 
Faison George F, trav salesman Mer- 
cer & Evans h 223 s 2d 
*Faison Janie, washerwoman h 515 

n loth 
*Faison John, coachman h s 4th cor 

Wooster 
*Faison John, lab 921 Dock 
'^Faison Joseph, lab 1216 Market 
*Faison Larry, lab 23 s i6th 
*Faison Mack, lab 811 Gerde's al 
*Faison Neptune, lab 1216 Market 
*Faison Rachel, washerwoman h2io 

n 1 0th 
*Faison Richard, lab 120 s 12th 
Fales J B (F & Nixon), h co 
Fales & Nixon (J B Fales and J A 
Nixon), shippers fish and oysters 
Muter's al nr Water 
*Fares Frank, truckman C F & Y V 

Ry Co h 511 Walnut 
*Farison Harry, fireman h 81 1 s 2d 
*P'armer Evelina, 508 s 7th 
Farmer J Bailey, mngr J F Garrell Co 

h 925 n 4th 
Farmer W Graham, elk A C L h 16 

n 8th 
*Farnfield Ellis, lab 801 Taylor 
Farrar Claude, elk 1601 Market 
Farrar James B, mchst h 908 Princess 
Farrar William J, mechanic 905 n 4th 



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FARRELL 



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FIRST 



Farrell Enoch, printer h 212 s Wright 
Farrell Charles H, engnr h 212 Wriglit 
Farrisi William A, baker confr soda 

and mineral waters 133 Market h 17 

s 2d 
Farrow Augusta wid William C, 711 

n 5th 
*Farrow Emma, maid h 108 n nth 
Farrow Harry F, driver 202 s Front 

h 711 n 5th 
Farrow Joel E^ boatman Custom- 

House h 803 s 7th 
Farrow Joseph F, mchst h 610 Queen 
Farrow Martha J wid Benjamin, 701 

s 6th 
Farrow Needham, coppersmith bds 

120 Dock 
F'arrow Needham N, ins 602 Wooster 
Farrow Thomas, policeman h Surry 

nr Kidder's Mill 
*Faucett Jerry, batteryman W U Tel 

Co h 6 nr Red Cross 
*Faulk Edward, lab 214 Cowan 
*Faulk Rebecca, washerwoman h 214 

Cowan 
*Faulk William, lab 214 Cowan 
*Fears Julia, cook h 1212 Ann 
*Fears Thomas, 215 s 12th 
Fechtig Frederick H, purchasing agt 

A C L h 220 n 2d 
*Felder Louisa, cook h 214 Davis 
Fennell Bailey M, elk ACL 217 n 7th 
Fennell Ellen M wid Dallas M, 217 

n 7th 
FENNELL HARDY L, livery sale 

and transfer stables 124-128 

Princess — phones old and new 95 

and 1 1 1 n 2d and horse milliner 18 

n Front h 807 Market 
Fennell Henry G, chf elk A C L h 
215 n 5th 



*Fennell Janie, nurse h 823 Green 
Fennell Owen, bkkpr H L Fennell h 

807 Market 
*Fenner Philip N, barber h 613 Red 

Cross 
* Fentress Herbert L, druggist 62 1 n 

4th h 1 14 n 4th 
Fentress Herbert L, stamp elk p o h 

713 n 4th 
Ferchison Frank, lab 711 3d 
Ferreido Joseph M, painter 605 Surry 
Fick Peter N, engnr H R S F E Co h 

14 s 4th 
Fick Peter N Jr, elk Peterson & Rulfs 

h 14 s 4th 
■^Fields Catherine, cook h 506 s 7th 
*Fields Henry, lab 909 n 6th 
*Fields Susan, washerwoman 218 

s 7th 
^Fifer Emily, maid h 1008 Chestnut 
Fifth Street Methodist Church, Rev 

W L Cuninggim pastor 5th bet 

Nun and Church 
Fifth Ward H & L Co, T J Gore fore- 
man 5th nr Castle 
*Files Isaac, lab Evan's al nr 4th 
Fillyaw DeLeon, condr h 903 n 4th 
*Fillyaw Harriet, 1206 n 7th 
# Fillyaw Oscar M, grocer and brooms 

827 n 4th h 502 n 4th 
*Filmore Jane, 504 Howard 
*Filyaw Aaron, lab 615 s 9th 
*Filyaw Joseph, lab nr Kidder's Mill 
*Finch William T, waiter bds 15 s 

Water 
Finn Philip S, messr So Express Co 

rms 14 Princess 
Fire Association of Phila, Atkinson & 

Son 1 13 n Water 
First Baptist Church, Market cor n 
5th Rev William B Oliver pastor 



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FOSTER 



First Presbyterian Church, s 3d cor 
Orange Rev Peyton H Hoge D D 

Fishblate S Harry, crothier and men's 
furnishings 25-27 n Front h 815 
Market 
■^Fisher George, lab 1305 n 5th 
*Fisher Henry L, porter h 807 n 5th 
*Fisher Martha, cook h 10 10 James 
*Fisher Mary, cook h 515 s loth 
*Fisher Sarah, cook h — s ilth 
*Fisher William, — s nth 
Fitch Albert M, foreman Cape Fear 

Lumber Co bds 517 n 4th 
Fitzgerald John, janitor h 712 Bladen 
Fitzgerald Richard J, carp 712 Bladen 
Flanagan William J, car accountant 

A C L h 510 n 3d 
Flannigan Edward J, locomotive 

engnr h 410 n 3d 

Fleet J William, salesman h 401 s 5th 

Fleischmann & Co, compressed yeast 

123 Princess Thomas W Wood 

mngr 

*Fleming Shakespeare, shoemkr 14 s 

2d h 112 Wooster 
*Flemming Ashley, lab 705 s 9th 
*Flemming Jane, cook h Market cor 

17 th 
*Flemming Louisa, cook 5 12 Nixon al 
*P'lemming Nellie, washerwoman h 

705 s 9th 
*Flowers Ingram, painter h 808 n 5th 
*Flowers Israel, lab r 813 Front 
*Flowers Richard D, butcher h 621 

Surry 
Flynn George T, bkkpr h 209 n 4th 
Flynn John P, dep sheriff 113 n 2d h 

211 Davis 
Flynn Thomas T, sec B F Keith Co h 
209 n 4th 



•Foard Charles D, hardware 106 s 

Front h 115 s 6th 
Foard Hubbard M, bkkpr A D Brown 

h 320 Chestnut 
^'Foard Lucy J, cook h 720 Ann 
*Fondrell P2sther, 706 Church 
*Fonfield William, 102 s iith 
Fontman Henry A, foreman Robert 

Portner Brewing Co h 807 Bla" 

den 
*Fonville George, carp h 809 n 6th 
*Ford Addie, cook h 607 n 9th 
*Ford James, painter h 607 n 9th 
Ford R L & Co, furniture 206 Mar- 
ket Peter N Hewin mngr 
Fore Charles H (Johnson & F), h 409 

Walnut 
Fore James A, sec-treas The Fore & 

Foster P M and S and Blind Co h 

409 Walnut 
• FORE & FOSTER PLANING- 

MILL AND SASH AND BLIND 

CO (Ltd), 6th cor Campbell F W 

Foster pres J A Fore sec-treas 
^Foreman Charles, lab inn loth 
■^'"Foreman Louise, cook h 5 10 n 8th 
*Forfield Cornelius, porter h Dock 

nr lOth 
*Forme Emaline, cook h 107 St 

James ave 
Forrest John J, grocer 401 Church 
Forshee Eugene, ship elk Worth & 

Worth h 410 s Front 
Forshee James K, sten Worth & 

Worth h 410 s Front 
Forshee James M, mngr Worth & 

Worth h 410 s Front 
^P'oskey Georgiana, nil Love's al 
*Foss Pomper, lab 809 n 5th 
"'Fossit John, porter h 604 PVick's al 
^Foster Anthony, hostler h 20 n 4th 



FOSTER 



(150) 



FREEMAN 



Foster Flavel W, pres The Fore and 

Foster P M and S and B Co h no 

n 6th 
*Foster Laura, washerwoman h 707 

n 8th 
Foster Mary C wid Henry H, 416 

Walnut 
Foster Samuel, lab 707 n 8th 
Fourth Street Market, 4th cor Camp- 
bell 
Fowler Elizabeth C wid Nathaniel R, 

415 s Front 
Fowler Jane M wid Edward, 720 s 

Front 
Fowler John J, justice of peace and 

ins agt 212 Princess h 417 s Front 
Fowler Louisa R wid Roland M, 

grocer 425 s^^nt^^ Q .^7. 
Fowler Paul R, (Coal woodAod sn)ngle^ 

21 1 s Water h 415 s Front 
Fowler Robins F, elk Walker Taylor 

h 425 s Front 
Fowler Zellah wid William G, 226 s 

Front 
Fox Hattie J Miss, saleslady 117 s 

Front h 406 Church 
Fox Mary T wid John B, 406 Church 
*Foy Harriet, washerwoman h Dock 

bet loth and i ith 
*Foy Hugh, lab 1 1 18 Hutaff al 
■*Foy Victoria, washerwoman h 714 

Queen 
*Foy William, lab 1210 n 2d 
*Foy William Jr, painter h 1210 n 2d 
*Foy Wright, lab 1002 n 4th 
Fraas Philip J, 17 s 4th 
FRANK JOHN, mngr W U Tel Co 

h 509 Dock 
Frank Leo B, salesman h 719 Market 
Franklin Clara C wid Frank, 17 

Wooster 



*Franklin George, contr and bldr h 

907 Walnut h 907 Gwynn 
^Franklin John, lab 907 Gwynn 
*Franks Annie, 1009 Princess 
*Franks Caroline, cook h 420 Chad- 
bourn ave 
*Franks Julia, 626 Nixon 
*Franks Mary, cook h 420 Chadboura 

ave 
Franks Nathan A, shoemkr 18 Nixon 
*Franks Rebecca, cook h 714 Wil- 
son's al 
*Franks Susan, washerwoman h 1013 

n 5 th 
*Frazier Michael, lab 804 Red Cross 
Frederick Bunting Miss, professional 

nurse h 910 Chestnut 
Frederick Claude, barkpr 910 Chestnut 
Frederick George W, marine engnr h 

420 Chestnut 
Frederick Jane wid Patrick, 910 Chest- 
nut 
Frederick Jennie A Miss, seamstress 

h 910 Chestnut 
Frederick Lucille Miss, saleslady 117 

s Front h 910 Chestnut 
Fredericks George W, locomotive 

engnr h 420 Chestnut 
*Freeland George, lab 819 s 2d 
Freeman Arra wid Dr John H, 120 

Orange 
*Freeman Charles, lab 512 Hanover 
*Freeman David, porter 24 Front 
Freeman Elisha H, fishery h 120 Or- 
ange 
*Freeman Henry, cooper h 518 n 6th 
Freeman John, elk bds 319 Chestnut 
^Freeman John, cooper h 1104 n 6tb 
Freeman John W, salesman Chestnut 

& Barentine h 315 s 3d 
*Freeman Joseph, lab 919 Schutt's al 



FREEMAN 



(iSi) 



FULLER 



*Freeman Lucy, cook h 612 Hanover 
Freeman Martha A Miss, 120 Orange 
^Freeman William, lab 1306 n 5th 
^Freeman William S, barber 29 Mar- 
ket h 904 n 7th 
Freimuth Ludwig, porter bds Victor 
French Beverly T, salesman h 120 

Red Cross 
FRENCH CAFE, Schnibben & 
Steljes proprs 117 Princess (see adv) 
French Clarence D V, salesman h 120 

Red Cross 
French George R (G R F & Sons), h 

303 s 3d 
t FRENCH GEORGE R & SONS 

(George R and William A French), 
boots shoes and leather 108 n Front 
French George Z, dep sheriff court- 
house bds The Orton 
French James McD, bds The Orton 
French Mary J Miss, 801 Market 
^French Mary L, cook h 406 s 4th 
French William A (G R F & Sons), h 

107 s 4th 
French William A Jr, elk G R French 

& Sons h 107 s 4th 
French William R, elk circuit criminal 

court h 801 Market 
French Willie R, elk John L Cant- 
well h 120 Red Cross 
*Frink Laura, washerwoman h 815 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Front Street Market, Front nr Orange 
Frost Charles L, tinner h 717 s 5th 



Frost Louis, lab 717 s 5th 

Frost Mary E wid Augustus, 624 s 5th 

Frost Sarah Miss, cloth room h 717 

s 5th 
Frostick Samuel O, mchst bds 8 n 4th 
Fryar Archibald, foreman Wilmington 

Cotton Mills h 824 s Front 
Fryar Esther wid James, lOOi s Front 
Fryar Louis, asst foreman Wilming- 
ton Cotton Mills h 814 s Front 
Fryar Margaret wid Henry, 816 s 

Front 
Fryar Ransom, weaver h 816 s Front 
■* Fuchs Frederick K J, grocer 525 s 

Front 
»Fuchs J W H, grocer 132 s Front 
Fulcher Ellis, elk A C L h 520 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Fulcher Ida wid Jesse, 520 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Fulcher Martin H, carp h Bladen bet 

7th and 8th 
Fulford Frederick M (Bagley & F), h 

907 Market 
Fulford Lavina wid John, 811 s 

Front 
Fulford Lucy K Mrs, 513 s 2d 
*Fulford Oscar, lab 1017 n 2d 
Fulford William A, elk 15 Market h 

907 Market 
*Fuller Alexander, lab 216 s 7th 
^Fuller Alexander Jr, lab 216 s 7th 
*FULLER BALAAM, city bill 
poster 216 s 7th 



ESTABLISHED 1822. 



GEO. R FRENCH & SONS, 

DEALERS IN 

BOOTS, SHOES, AND LEATHER, 

108 N. Front Street, - - WILMINGTON, N. C. 



FULLER 



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GARCIA 



^Fuller Balaam, watchman h 1014 

Chestnut 
^Fuller Hannah, 108 s nth 
*Fuller James H, lab 108 s nth 
*Fuller Mary, nurse h Meadow al bet 

8th and 9th 
*Fuller Samuel, lab 216 s 7th 
Fulton House, i8}4 n Front Mrs Liz- 
zie Mcintosh propr 
Funchess Jacob S, salesman 315 s 5th 
*Fundeal Hannah, cook h 1224 Char- 
lotte 
Furlong Edward J, plumber bds 213 

Church 
Furlong James W, boilermkr bds 213 

Church 
Furlong John J, carp bds 219 Red 

Cross 
Furlong Walter, marine engnr h 307 

Harnett 
Furpless Frederick, elk h 922 n 4th 
Furpless William F, yard elk SAL 

h 922 n 4th 
Futch Charles W, drayman 412 Swann 
*Futch Thomas, lab 1216 Market 
Futch William C, elk h 7n Orange 
*Futch Winnie, cook h 718 Nun 



G 



*Gadden John, barber h 704 McRae 
Gafiford Ellen P wid George W, 516 
s 5th 




Gafford John W, associate editor T/ie 

Evenitig Dispatch h 516 s 5 th 
Gafford Walter P, compositor The 

Evenmg Dispatch h 516 s 5 th 
■^Gaither Fannie, 718 Red Cross 
*GaIburn Mary, cook h 821 Walnut 
*Galley James, carp 41 1 Brunswick 
*Galley James E, carp 4n Brunswick 
*Galley James J, mechanic 1309 Dock 
*Galley Joshua, carp h 7n Hanover 
^Galloway Charles, lab 904 Campbell 
Galloway Charles M, 515 s 2d 
*Galloway Eliza, washerwoman h 11 

Princess al 
*Galloway John, carp h 913 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Galloway John W, elk auditing board 

county court-house h 1 13 n 5th 
*Galloway Louisa, cook h 8 17 Dawson 
*Galloway Simon, lab 11 n n 6th 
Galloway Walter C, physician i Post- 
Office ave 
*Galloway William, lab 218 n 6th 
*Galloway William A, cook-shop h 

212 Church 
*Garrison Margaret, cook h 817 

Orange 
*Garrison Mary, cook h Princess cor 

1 2th 
*Garrison Josephine, cook h in2 

Princess 
Garrison Melia wid James, 602 

Wooster 
Garcia Manuel, boat bldr h 605 Surry 



i*^ 



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Smmm^ imm^ £1^ i~V « 

City Bill Poster and DistMbutep, 



216 S. 7th Street, - 

All Orders will Receive Prompt Attention. 



WlLMING-TON, N. G. 

Owner of the only Bill Boards in the City. 



GARDNER 



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GAYLORD 



Gardner Carry Miss, dressmkr h 307 

Castle 
Gardner Fleming, chf engnr ACL 

bds The Orton 
Gardner Laura wid Thomas M, loi i s 

Front 
^Gardner Louis, restaurant h 604 

McRae 
Gardner Nellie M Miss, spinner h 

loi I s Front 
Gardner Sarah J Miss, saleslady 118 

Market h 309 Castle 
Gardner Thomas M Jr, dolpher h loi i 

s Front 
*Garey John, porter h 715 Campbell 
*Garey Julia, cook h 715 Campbell 
*Garner John D, porter h 313 n 6th 
Garrell Charles, lab 809 Walnut 
Garrell Charles S, green grocer 118 s 

Front h 404 n 3d 
Garrell J F & Co (John F Garrell and 

James J Hopkins), butchers stalls i 

and 2 Front street mkt 
Garrell John F (J F G & Co), h 404 

n 3d J)a~»^^^^^«— A^^ <^ 
*Garrett Archibald, porier h 613 

McRae 
*Garrison James C, porter h 805 n 6th 
Garrison J Dudley, foreman cotton 

mills h 2 Castle 
Garrison Miles A, runner Murchison 

& Co h 2 Castle 
Garrison S Francis, runner Murchison 

& Co h 2 Castle 
Gaskill Valentine, lab 724 s 6th 
Gates Ephraim C, pres Cape Fear 

Lumber Co h New York 
Gates Robert L, elk A C L h 508 

n 3d 
*Gause Augusta, comp the Wilming- 
ton Record h 1 3 n 8th 



*Gause Charles H, hostler h 7 16 Front 
*Gause David E, lab 9 n 8th 
■^Gause David E Jr, lab 9 n 8th 
*Gause Edward, drayman h 419 Nixon 
*Gause Edward, lab 209 Brunswick 
*Gause Edward, porter h 8 8th 
*Gause Elijah, driver h 1114 Market 
*Gause Elisha, lab 809 n 8th 
*Gause Frank, lab 713 8th 
*Gause George, carp h 513 Walnut 
*Gause Henry, drayman h 915 n loth 
*Gause Henry, fireman h 1210 n 2d 
*Gause James E, lab 15 s 12th 
Gause J Frank, lighterage h 811 

Market 
Gause Lucy, washerwoman h 915 n 

loth 
*Gause Richard, lab 816 n 3d 
*Gause Samuel, drayman h 805 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Gause Sarah, washerwoman h 409 

n loth 
*Gause S, cooper h 409 Brunswick 
*Gause Thomas, lab 419 Nixon ^ 

»Gaeizer Charles H, baker 805 n 4th \\ '^ 
807 n 4th 
Gauzer Mamie Miss, elk 809 n 4th h 

807 n 4th 
*Gavin Annie F, nurse h 1013 Miller 
*Gavin Mary J, cook h 1013 Miller 
*Gawan Joseph, lab Evan's al nr 4th 
*Gay Gabriel, lab 408 Wooster 
Gay Lafayette, elk 108 Princess 
• GAYLORD GEORGE (W H G 
& Bro), and dry goods notions and 
shoes 112 n Front bds4i2 Princess 
Gaylord W H & Bro (William H «r^ 
George O Gaylord), dry goods no- 
tions and millinery 117 s Front 
'Gaylord William H (W H G S^^ro), 
h 112 (Mulberry) Grace 



GEAMS 



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GILES 



*Geams Hampton, lab 513 n 7th 
Genaust Mary wid William, 622 n 4th 
*George Adolphus, lab 707 Campbell 
George David, policeman h 415 Har- 
nett 
George David J, condr h 708 n 5th 
George Edward, lab 415 Harnett 
*George Henry, lab 707 Campbell 
*George Joseph, lab 414 Chadbourn 

ave 
George Leon, lab 415 Harnett 
■^George Mary, washerwaman h 707 

Campbell 
*Gerden Bettie, washerwoman h 800 

Planning 
*Gcrden Carrie, cook h 1013 Miller 
*Gerden Ida B, cook h 10T3 Miller 
*Gerden William T, lab 1013 Miller 
GERDES HENRY, grocer 709 s 8th 
Gerdinary Daisie Miss, weaver h 708 

s 5 th 
Gerdineer James O, painter 120 Castle 
Gerken Annie M wid N, 91 S Market 
Gerken Charles J, elk A G Hankins h 

822 McCumber's la 
r Gerken Henry J, cigars and tobacco 

10 n Front h 18 n 7th 
Gerken Mary E, 822 McCumber's al 
*Gerley Alonzo, shoemkr 122 s lOth 
*Geyer Elizabeth, 108 Wooster 
*Geyer John J, engnr h 801 s Front 
Geyer Lewis, policeman h 118 Castle 
Gibbons Henry E, sten Standard Oil 

Co h 802 Market 
Gibbons Lemuel H, elk Standard Oil 

Co h 802 Market 
Gibbons Lucy H wid Lemuel H, 802 

Market 
*Gibbs Betsy, cook h loio n 3d 
Gibbs L H (Powers, G & Co), h New 

York 



*Gibbs Penny, washerwoman 909 n 9th 
Gibson Albert F, elk E Warren & Son 

h 1 15 Market 
*Gibson Elizabeth, cook h lOio n 3d 
Gibson L L (Powell & Co), h Atlanta 

Ga 
*Gibson Margaret, cook h 604 McRae 
Gibson Robert W, saw-mill h in s 3d 
Gideon Hikeil, clothier and shoes 17 

Dock h no Dock 
Gillican George, lab 804 s 7th 
•GIESCHEN BROS (John G L and 
Henry Gieschen), p»-oprs The At- 
lantic Inn 416-418 n Front 
Gieschen Henry (G Bros), h 416 n 

Front 
Gieschen John G L (G Bros) and (J G 
L G & Co), h 416 n Front 
^Gieschen J G L & Co (John G L 
Gieschen and John C Boesch),proprs 
The Acme Saloon 31s Front 
Gilbert Charles D, elk C S Garrell h 

213 n 7th 
Gilbert Charles H, lab 213 n 7th 
Gilbert Herbert K, elk A C L h 713 
Princess 
'Gilbert Robert M (W J Kirkham & 

Co), h 107 s 5th 
Gilbert Sarah L wid John F, 809 Wal- 
nut 
Gilbert William, printer h 209 n 7th 
Gilchrist William (Smith & G), h 714 

Market 
Giles Clayton (Willard & G), and vice- 

pres Carolina Ins Co h 305 s 3d 
Giles Clayton Jr, elk Clyde Line S S 

Co h 305 s 3d 
Giles Ellen wid John B, 124 s 5th 
*Giles Emma, cook h 415 n 7th 
*Giles John, confr 402 s 7th h 720 Nun 
Giles Luther, lab 909 n 3d 



GILESPIE 



(155) 



GORE 



Gilespie Fannie wid C, 818 Chestnut 
*Gill Edward, carp N C C Oil Co h 

Dixon nr railroad 
Gillerlain Peter J, stonectr 102 1 n 4th 
^Gillespie Richard, 1107 n 5th 
Gillican Newton E, watchmkr 105 

Market h 214 n 7th 
*Gilmore Caroline, washerwoman h 

412 Church 
*Gilmore Catherine, nurse h 323 Nun 
*Gilmore George, lab 412 Church 
Glameyer Bertha wid Henry A, 610 

Chestnut 
*Glasper William, lab loii n 6th 
Glavin Edward, 410 n 3d 
Glavin Edward C, mchst h 312 Walnut 
Glavin Patrick, boilermkr 312 Walnut 
Gleaves Berry, salesman h 104 n 7th 
Glenn George W, coachbldr P H Hoy- 
den h 16 n lOth 
Glenn Lueco, carp h 18 n loth 
Glenn William S, teacher Cape Fear 

Academy h 120 n 5th 
Glisson Benjamin F, grocer 721 Red 

Cross 
Glisson Daniel, elk h 817 n 2d 
Godwin Solomon, elk 915 Queen 
Godwin William M, car inspr h 1109 

n 3d 
Goldman Jacob, clothing and shoes 

1 1 Market 
Goldstein Joseph, peddler h 20 s 2d 
Goldstein Lena Mrs, dressmkr 20 s 2d 
Gooding Furney J, foreman Hilton 

Lumber Co h 5 1 1 n 4th 
Goodman Adolph, elk 124 Market h 

106 n 5th 
Goodman Benjamin, elk 6-8 Market h 

106 n 5th 
Goodman Bernard, dry goods h 106 

n 5th 



Goodman Caroline wid Morris, 106 

n 5th 
"Goodman Daniel, lab 614 Anderson 
*Goodman Owen, lab 1016 Queen 
*Goodman Sarah S, teacher h 614 

Anderson 
*Goodman Thomas, lab 920 s 9th 
< Goodman William, genl mdse 6-8 

Market h 106 n 5th 
Goraman Henrietta wid Marcellus M, 

707 Dawson 
Goranson Bruce, propr Wilmington 

Business College rms Y M C A 
Gordon Almerin R wid William J, 

1 18 n 2d 
♦GORDON CHARLES E, mngr Gor- 
don Pants Co h 408 Walnut 
*Gordon George, carp h 804 Bladen 
Gordon John, lab 105 s 8th 
Gordon Julius T, elk The Clarendon 

Water Co h 105 s 8th 
Gordon Louis, policeman h 105 s 8th 
GORDON PANTS CO, mercht 

tailors 25 s Front Charles E Gor- 
don mngr 
*Gordon Thomas, baker h 504 s 7th 
Gordon Thomas W, lab iii Wright 
Gordon William, watchman h ill 

Wright 
*Gore Berry, lab 909 Castle 
Gore Bessie E wid Albert, 420 s Front 
Gore Calvin D, policeman h 618 s 7th 
•^Gore Daniel L, who grocer and com 

mer 1 20-1 22 Water and pres Caro- 

linea Ins Co h 604 Dock 
Gore David L, vice-pres Atlantic 

National Bank h 604 Dock 
Gore John C, elk 120 n Water h 510 

n 3d 
Gore John H Jr (McNeil & G), and 

notary h 604 Dock 



GORE 



(156) 



GREEN 



*Gore Queen, cook h lOOQWooster 
* Gore Thomas J, grocer and liquors 22 

s Water and foreman Fifth Ward 

H & L Co h 209 Castle 
Gore William I, 410 Orange 
*Goss George, carp 107 n 2d 
*Goss John, confr 620 Bladen 

/Wilmington street Ry bqs 204 n 

Front 
Grace Methodist Church, (Mulberry) 

Grace cor 4th Rev Robert A Willis 

pastor 
*Graddy William, shoemkr h iiii 

McRae's al 
*Grady Carphenia, cook h 212 n loth 
*Grady Wiley, truckman C F & Y V 

Ry Co h 1014 n 5th 
Grafflin John L, elk h 322 n 3d 
Grafflin Mary E wid C L, 322 n 3d 
*Graham Annie, washerwoman h 510 

s 4th 
*Graham Arnold, lab 712 Harnett 
*Graham Charity, cook h 1315 Dock 
*Graham Frederick, lab 216 n 6th 
^Graham George, carp h 313 Nun 
*Graham Jesse, porter h 308 n lOth 
*Graham John, lab 417 s 6th 
*Graham Moses H, lab 1221 n 4th 
*Graham Samuel C, lab 712 Harnett 
*Graham Walter C, lab 712 Harnett 
*Grainger Annie, washerwoman h904 

Castle 
Grainger Charles S, bkkpr N B Ran- 
kin h 20n 8th 
Grainger J Victor, cashier Murchison 

& Co h 813 Market 
*Grainger Moses, carp h 904 Castle 
Grant Benjamin, lab 805 s 6th 
Grant Benjamin, watchman W N & N 

Ry Co h 805 s 6th 



Grant Benjamin Jr, lab 805 s 6th 
Grant Charles T, coach bldr 805 s 6th 
Grant Effie Y wid John E, 321 s 5th. 
Grant Melvina A wid Richard H, 719. 

Dock 
Grant Reuben, elk 119 n Front h 616 

Red Cross 
*Grant Richard, lab Thompson's al 
• Grant Richard H, plumber steam and 

gas-fitter 119 n Front 
*Grantham Matilda, washerwoman h 

304 s 7th 
*Graves Daniel, lab 813 s 7th 
*Gray Charles, lab 12 13 n 4th 
*Gray Isaac Rev, 915 n 9th 
*Gray John, lab 807 Garde's al 
*Gray Joseph, driver h r 121 Market 
Gray Markus, tinner 13 Dock h 720 

s Front 
*Gray Wesley, lab r 121 Market 
Greelish Stephen A,engnr h 303 s 5th 
Greelish Stephen A, pumper C F & Y 

V Ry Co h 5th nr Ann 
*Green Andrew, butler h 923 s 7th 
*Green Brunett E, missionary h 108 

St James ave 
*Green Carrie J, teacher Peabody pub- 
lic school h 720 Church 
*Green Charles, lab 119 Front h 203 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Green Charles C,drug elk 119 Market 

h 312 s 3d 
*Green Charles H, lab 302 McRae 
Green Edward D, undertaker 1 1 J^ n 

8th h 19 s nth 
-*Green Eliza M, lab 611 s 8th 
Green Eli^'Abeth wid John, 517 n 4th 
*Green Elizabeth, washerwoman h 

1008 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Green Emory, huckster h 11 13 n 

7th 



GREEN 



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GRIER 



*Green Estelle, seamstress h 108 St 

James ave 
*Green Frances, servant h 1003 n 6th 
*Green Frank, lab 1107 Market 
*Green George, lab 11 King's al 
' Green George W, grocer 614 Castle 
■*Green Hector, lab 805 Castle 
Green Hector McL, timber inspr h 

406 s 3d 
*Green Henry, brickmason h 913 

Wooster 
*Green Henry, lab 211 Brook's la 
*Green Henry C, butcher stall 5 4th 

street mkt h Campbell bet 6th and 

7th 
*Green James P, drayman 720 Church 
*Green James W, carp h 417 s 4th 
^Green James W Jr, carp h 417 s 4th 
*Green John, lab 1312 Love 
*Green John, lab 710 Wyckoff al 
*Geeen Joshua, wood dlr h 612 Bladen 
Green Kizzie Miss, weaver bds 612 

s 3d 
Green Mack G, lumber inspr h 517 

n 4th 
*Green Margaret, cook h 912 Green 
Green Mary Miss, saleslady 118 

Market h Chestnut cor 5th 
*Green Mary, cook h 1506 Market 
^Green Mercer, fireman h 509 n 7th 
*Green Nancy, washerwoman h 1003 

n 6th 
"Green Nettie, missionary h 108 St 

James ave 
*Green Rachel, washerwoman h 715 

n 6th 
Green Roan, fisherman h 108 Wright 
Green Robert, policeman 419 Chestnut 
*Green Robert, drayman h 912 Green 
*Green Silla, cook h 107 s nth 
*Green Susan, cook h Brown's al 

13 



*Green William A, elk 520 Dickinson 
h 108 St James 

Green William H (W H G & Co), h 
312 s 3d 
» GREEN WILLIAM H & CO (Wil- 
liam H Green), druggists [soda and 
mineral waters 119 Market — phone 
19J and 501 Castle 
►^Green William H (W H G & Co),^h 

• 907 Wooster 
^^Green William H & Co (William H 
Green), boots and shoes 105 ^ Prin- 
cess 

^Green Wilson, lab 811 Gerde's al 

Greenabaum Alexander L, elk ACL 
h 408 Chestnut 

Greenabaum Sallie wid Leon W, 408 
Chestnut 

Greenwald Isaac L, mngr 113 Market 
h 1 1 n 7th 
*Greenwald R, boots and shoes 113 
Market h 11 n 7th 

*Greenlee Frank P Rev, h 810 s 2d 

Greer George, elk 723 s Front h 320 

Greer <Katy Miss, Nun nr 3d 
Greer Luther, carder bds 10 Castle 
Greer T W, carp h 318 Queen 
"Gregg Adelaide, nurse 121 8 Rankin 
*Gregg Annie, washerwoman h 12 18 

Rankin 
^^Gregg Elias J Rev, pastor St Stephen 

A M E Church h 516 n 6th 
Gregg E McKever, 317 Princess 
*Gregg Walter, lab 1218 Rankin 
"Gregory John, lab 7 s 12th 
*Gregory John L, lab 1301 n 5th 
Gregory Normal Institute, 613 Nun 

George A Woodward prin 
*Grice Alice, cook h 419 Wilson's al 
Grier Thomas, carp h 318 Queen 



GRIER 



(158) 



GUY 



Grier William, carp h 320 Queen 
*Grififin Alfred, farmer h 1114 n 8th 
*Griffin George, lab 1320 James 
*Griffin Joseph, lab 711 n 2d 
*Griffifi Peter, lab 1 107 Market 
^Griffin Sempronius, lab 1012 Front 
Griffin Thomas Rev, asst rector St 
Thomas Church h Dock bet 2d and 

3d 
Griffith Emma wid Edward, propr 

Marlborough House 121 s Front 
Griffith Frank M, lab 624 s 5th 
Griffith Frederick, pressman The Mes- 
senger h 609 s 6th 
Griffith John B, plumber 1 19 n Front h 

624 s 5th 
Griffith Maria Miss, 609 s 6th 
Griffith Sarah wid John, 609 s 6th 
Griffith Sarah wid William H, 624 

s 5th 
Grimes June S, fireman W N & N Ry 

bds Queen nr 3d 
^Grimes Margaret, cook 409 Dawson 
Grimsley Elijah J, lab 304 Hanover 
Grimstead George W, engnr h 607 

Dock 
Groom Walter G, elk 108 n Water bds 

Fulton House 
Grotgen Annie Miss, florist 819 Red 

Cross 
Grotgen George T, salesman Bartholo- 

may Brewing Co h 524 s Front 
Grotgen John H, 525 s Front 



Grotgen John H Jr, painter h 525 s 

Front 
*Grotgen Louisa, washerwoman h2i2 

Bladen 
Grotgen Nancy wid William H, 105 

Castle 
Grotgen George, dairy h r 826 n 4th 
*Guest Sydney, fireman h 407 Bruns- 
wick 
*Guill Emmaline, washerwoman h 

613 n 6th 
Guillett William, 504 s 2d 
*Guion Edward D, barber lis Front 

h 212 Castle 
*Guion William, dep sheriff h 212 
^^ Castle 
Guiton Sarah P wid Joseph R, 1204 s 

Front 
*Gummer Calvin, porter h 717 Ann 
Gurley John D, lab 806 n 3d 
Gurgins Lonnie, driver h 419 Swann 
Gurgins Stephen B, shipcarp h 419 

Swann 
Guthrie Eugene D, law student Iredell 

Meares h 601 Ann 
Guthrie Gaddie, lab 215 Queen 
♦ Guthrie James R, grocer 302 s 6th 
Guthrie John W, 615 s 6th 
Guttenburg Lester M, car inspr h 505 

Campbell 
Guttenburg Theodore, painter h 505 

Campbell 
Guy Benjamin, lab 1004 n 6th 



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HAAR 



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HALL 



QEO. HAAR'S MUSIC HOUSE 

. . . KEEPS THE BEST . . . 

PIANOS, ORGANS, and OTHER MUSICAL INSTRUMENTS. 

. . . AND THE . . . 

L-HTEST SHEET 7V/\:USIC. 

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122 Market Street, - - - WILMINGTOI^, N. C. 



H 



Haar Annie W Mrs, music teacher 

George Haar h 701 Chestnut 
Haar Charles J, salesman J H Rehder 

& Co h 409 s 4th 
Haar Engelhardt B, elk 402 n 4th h 

409 s 4th 
HAAR GEORGE, pianos organs 

music stationery and novelties 122 

Market h 701 Chestnut 
Haar George H, bkkpr C W Polvogt 

& Co h 409 s 4th 
Haar Henry, 202 n 7th 
Haar Henry F, grocer and liquors 

108 s Front and foreman Howard 

Relief Steam Fire Engine Co 
Haar John C, elk h 409 s 4th 
Haar Jurgen, grocer and liquors 401 

n Front 
Haar Matilda J C wid John Sr, h 409 

s 4th 
Habenicht Henry W C, elk Bartholo- 

may Brewing Co h 401 n Front 
Haddock James A, 213^ Market 
*Hadley Gilbert, lab 617 s 9th 
*Hadley Mary, cook h 217 Bladen 
Haffner Frank, boots and shoes 9 

Market 



*Haggard Caroline, 1002 James 
*Haggard Laura, cook h 1002 James 
*Haggit Emanuel, lab 720 n 5th 
Hahn Julius, trav salesman The So 

Distilling Co h 113 n 6th 
Hale William M, elk h 114 Ann 
*Hall Alexander, lab 1207 n 6th 
Hall Alexander M, ship elk Hall & 

Pearsall h in Church 
*Hall Alice, picker h 11 17 Hutaff al 
Hall Allen, who grocer h in Church 
*Hall Annie, nurse h Brown's al 
*Hall Balaam, saw-filer h 918 s 3d 
Hall Benjamin F (H & Pearsall), h 820 

Princess 
*Hall Calvin, carp h 1217 Brown's al 
Hall Charles E, car foreman W N & 

N Ry Co h 614 s 3d 
*Hall Charles T, carp h 1305 n 8th 
*Hall Derinda, cook h 516 Dickinson 
*Hall Duncan P, carp h 1305 n 8th 
Hall Edward G, elk h 501 s Front 
*Hall Eliza, washerwoman h 208 Mc- 

Rae 
*Hall Elizabeth, cook 216 Brunswick 
*Hall Elsie, washerwoman h looi 

Rankin 
*Hall Emma, cook h 309 Brunswick 
*Hall Frederick, carp h 310 Castle 
*Hall George, lab Dawson cor 4th 



HALL 



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HALL 



*Hall George, lab 413 Hanover 
*Hall George B, lab 218 n 6th 
*Hall Grace, washerwoman h 413 

Hanover 
*Hall Hagar, 12 18 McRae's al 
*Hall Hepsie, washerwoman h i s nth 
''^'Hall Isabella, 310 Castle 
*Hall James, lab 214 n loth 
*Hall James, porter h 516 Dickinson 
Hall James E, elk h 612 Market 
Hall James E, sub letter carrier h 501 

s Front 
*Hall James H, carp h 1305 n 8th 
Hall J Edward, foreman Alex Sprunt 

& Son h 612 Walnut 
\/*Hall John, boots and shoes 503 s 

Front h Brooklyn 
*Hall John, lab r 1301 s Front 
*Hall John H, carp h 1305 n 8th 
*Hall Joseph, lab 1309 n 5th 
*Hall Lillie G, nurse h 412 n 7th 
*Hall Mary, snack-house 416 Nutt h 

211 Brook's la 
*Hall Matilda, washerwoman h 220 

s 7th 
Hall Maude Miss, 414 s 5th 
*Hall Nancy J, washerwoman h 214 

n loth 
*Hall Nannie, cook h 4 s 7th 
*Hall Phyllis, cook h 516 Dickinson 
*Hall Plato, lab 1309 n 5th 
*Hall Rebecca, washerwoman h 911 

Cleveland ave 



*Hall Richard, lab 619 s 9th 
*Hall Richard L, carp h 717 Taylor 
*Hall Robert, lab 1208 Love's al 
Hall Samuel, elk R C Orrell h 713 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*Hall Samuel, lab 607 s loth 
*Hall Samuel E, carp 107 n 2d h loth 

nr Castle 
• HALL SAMUEL G, book and job 

printer 121 Princess h 714 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Hall Sarah, teacher h 516 Dickinson 
*Hall Susan, washerwoman h looi 

Rankin 
*Hall Tena washerwoman h 212 

Brook's la 
*Hall Thomas S, carp h 1009 Rankin 
Hall Virginius, salesman W E 

Springer & Co h 413 n 5th 
*Hall Walter, lab 1108 Love's al 
*Hall Washington J, lab 218 n 6th 
*Hall William, lab 903 Queen 
*Hall William, lab 917 s 2d 
*Hall William B, carp h 218 n 6th 
Hall William D, elk 15 s Front h 214 

Market 
*Hall William H, lab 1005 James 
*Hall William T (H & Brown), h co 
tHALL WRIGHT, physician and 

druggist 526 s Front h 612 s Front 

( 8 to 9 A M 

Office Hours: •< 12:30 to 2 P M 

( 7 to 9 P M 



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All Kinds of Gomniercial Printing Neatly and Promptly Attended To. 



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WILMINGTON, N. C 



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HANOVER 



>/^Hall & Brown (William T Hall and 

A L Brown), grocers 823 n 4th 
« HALL & PEARSALL (Benjamin F 
Hall and Oscar Pearsall), who gro- 
cers and com mers Nutt cor (Mul- 
berry) Grace — phone old 6, new 222 
Halliday William M, elk h 311 s 2d 
*Halsey Andrew, stevedore h 11 10 

McRae's al 
"Halsey Benjamin, lab 507 Nixon 
*Halsey Charlotte, washerwoman h 

1005 Princess 
*Halsey Caleb, driver h 1005 Princess 
*Halsey Maria, cook h 316 s 4th 
^Halsey Robert, lab 1108 McRae's al 
*Halsey Susan, nurse h 316 s 4th 
*Ham Gregg, lab 420 n 8th 
"Hamilton Christopher C, painter h 

505 n 8th 
"Hamilton Joshua, cooper h 72 1 Chest- 
nut 
*^Hamilton Kim, peddler h 4 n i ith 
*Hamilton Moses, porter h 517 n 7th 
^ Hamme Richard F, hatter 26 n Front 
h 517 s 3d 
*Hammond Caroline, cook h 1107 

Charlotte 
*Hammond P>lsie, washerwoman h 

709 s 9th 
*Hammond Hugh, lab 709 s 9th 
*Hammond Martha, nurse h 709 s 9th 
^Hammonds Edward, porter h 405 

Brunswick 
Hammonds John P, lab 204 Wooster 
*Hampton Moses, lab 1215 Love's al 
Hanby Archibald, plumber h 709 Or- 
ange 
Hanby John H, contr h 1 15 s 6th 
Hanby John R, elk A C L h 720 Dock 
^ Hanby Joseph H, grocer 720 Dock 
Hancock Cora, 616 s 3d 



Hancock George L, coir G R French 

& Sons h 41 1 Walnut 
Hancock John R, ins agt bds Sutton 

House 
Hancock J Vermeil wid Berry, 18^ 

n 2d 
Hancock Lewis G, elk J H Hardin h 

41 1 Walnut 
Hancock Walter, elk 132 s Front bds 

18^ n 2d 
Hand Jerry, blksmith and wheelwright 
1117 n 3d 
'Hand John B, grocer 605 n 4th h 418 

Campbell 
*Handon Jessie, cook 313 Brunswick 
*Hanes Charlotte, washerwoman h 

Meadow al bet 8th and 9th 
*Hanes Jackson, lab 517 s 9th 
•Hankins Alfred G, grocer 21 n 2d h 
413 n 5th 
Hankins Alfred G Jr, drug elk Bunt- 
ing's Pharmacy h 409 n 5th 
Hankins D Davis, trav salesman h 121 

Market 
Hankins Ida E wid Stephen D, board- 
ing 121 Market 
Hankins James A, lab 409 n 5th 
*Hankins Joseph, lab 405 Dawson 
*Hankins Joseph, lab 710 Nun 
^Hankins Jury, shipcarp 817 s Front 
Hankins M Milton, mchst h 808 n 4th 
*Hankins Samuel, carp h 405 s 6th 
*Hankins Samuel, lab 1002 James 
*Hankins Thomas, lab 606 Anderson 
Hankins William M, head elk J 2 s 

Front h 305 (Mulberry) Grace 
Hanna Davis, contr and bldr h 202 

Church 
*Hannington Lewis, lab 901 s Front 
Hanover Ins Co, F H Stedman agt 
108 Princess 



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HANSCOM 



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HARRISS 



Hanscom Lucy J Miss, teacher Greg- 
ory Normal Institute h 613 Nun 
Hanselman John F, elk bds 420 n 3d 

• Hansen Louis, genl mngr Spirittine 

Chemical Co h 114 Nun 
Hansley Edward, driver h Surry nr 

Queen 
*Hansley Ida, washerwoman h 512 

Castle 
*Hanson William, lab 417 Hanover 
Hardin Ireland, lab 401 Market 

• Hardin John H, druggist 126 s Front 

and seedman 124 s Front h s 6th nr 
,,^arket ;...^:..., 

Hardison Elijah, carp h 902 Princess 
Hardwick John M, grocer 810 Prin- 
cess 
Hardwicke Johnnie G wid William S, 

313 s 2d 
Hardy William H, grocer 423 s 5th 
*Hargrave Alfred, blksmith h 811 

Princess 
*Hargrave Hamilton, sawyer h 710 s 

Front 
*Hargrave John A, blksmith h 803 

Chestnut 
*Hargrave Moses, blksmith h 811 

Princess 
Harker Fannie wid Nathan, char- 
woman p o h 310 Nun 
Harker Robert L, bkbdr Ihe Messen- 
ger h 816 n 5th 
Harker William T, lab 511s 6th 
*Harlee Tena, midwife h 506 McRae 
*Harlee William, lab 506 McRae 
Harlem Doris Mrs, cook 119 Orange 
*Harley James, lab 512 Brunswick 
Harlow William, condr h 301 Market 
Harper G Forrest, driver 407 Taylor 
Harper James T (H & Pennington) 
and (Bonney & H), h i Church 



Harper John H, elk 4th street mar- 
ket h 1004 n 4th 

HARPER JOHN W, mngr South- 
port and Wilmington Steamboat 
Co and steamer Wilmington h 
Southport 

Harper Louis F, drayman h 1 1 14 n 4th 

*Harper Mary, 11 13 Hutafifal 
• Harper & Pennington (J T Harper 
and L B Pennington), proprs Wil- 
mington Steam Laundry 202 s Front 

Harrell George V, bkkpr M W Divine 
& Co h 116 Red Cross 

Harrell James B Rev, pastor South 
Side Baptist Church h 417 s 5th 

Harrell Judith T wid James E, 408 
s 2d 

Harrelson William P, contr h 405 
Harnett 

*Harris Brister A, cooper h r 815 
Front 

^Harris James H, carp h 212 Church 

Harris Jane M,rs, 809 s 2d 

*Harris Jane, washerwoman h 1 115 
Hutaffal 

*Harris LonnieH, porter h 610 McRae 

Harris Martha C wid T M, 105 n 7th 

Harris Nettie S Mrs, 915 s 2d 

*Harris Obediah, porter h 612 Wood 

Harris William J, inspr weights and 
measures h 1027 n 4th 

*Harrison Edward, porter h 611 s 7th 

Harrison Julia H wid Benjamin P, 
26 n 2d 

*Harrison Margaret, washerwoman h 
218 n loth 

*Harrison Mary J, cook h 1209 Ann 

Harriss Andrew H, physician 604 
Market 

*Harriss Annie, washerwoman h 112 
n 1 0th 



HARRISS 



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HAWES 



^Harriss Bellamy, elk G Harriss, Son 
- & Co 116 n Water h 604 Market 

• Harris| Charles M, newsdlr ii2]4, 

Princess h 412 s 4th 
Harriss Charles M, watchman h 810 

n 5 th 
Harriss George (G H, Son & Co), h 

604 Market 
Harriss George N, elk A C L h 108 

s 5th 

* HARRISS GEORGE, SON & CO 

(George and VVm N Harriss), ship 

brokers 1 16 n Water — phone new 45 

*Harriss Hannah, washerwoman h 

103 s 9th 
*Harriss Harriet, cook h 103 s 9th 
*Harriss Henrietta, cook h 610 s 9th 
Harriss Henry G, watchman 810 n 5th 
*Harriss Isaac, lab 610 s 6th 
*Harriss Joseph, cooper h 615 s iith 
*Harriss Maggie, cook h 307 s 6th 
*Harriss Margaret, cook h 318 s 6th 
*Harriss Margaret, washerwoman h 

Wilson's al 
*Harriss Mary, cook h 23 s i6th 
*Harriss Mary M, washerwoman h 

1006 Chestnut 
*Harriss Mattie, cook h 1218 Princess 
Harriss Pierre, elk h 810 n 5th 
*Harriss Robert H, painter 507 s 5th 
*Harriss Ruffin, driver h 112 n lOth 
*Harriss Snowden, steward 516 n 7th 
^Harriss Thaddcus, baker 520 Walnut 
*Harriss William, lab 1218 Princess 
Harriss William M, brickmason h 

707 s 5th 
Harriss William N (G H, Son & Co), 
and (C D'Maffitt & Co) h 612 Mar- 
ket 
Harriss William W, ins agt 118 n 
Water h 301 Market 



Hart Annie J Miss, teacher h 1 14 

Orange 
Hart Edgar L, condr bds The Orton 
Hart Godfrey, tobacco and cigars 24 

s Front 
Hart Julia M Mrs, confr 722 n 4th 
Hart William, cooper h 414 Walnut 
*Hartfield Charles, lab 11 14 Chestnut 
Hartford Fire Ins Co of Hartford, 

Atkinson & Son agts 113 n Water 
Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and 

Ins Co of Hartford, 12 Princess 
Harton Eben W, carp h 402 Queen 
Harts John R, 609 s 4th 
Harts Owen, lab 609 s 4th 
Harts Rudolph, lab 609 s 4th 
Hartsfield Mary E wid William, 409 

Red Cross 
Harvell William H, lab 715 s 3d 
Harvey John W S, painter h 801 s 7th 
^Harvey Sophie, nurse h 120 St James 

ave 
Hashagen Frederick E (Vallers & H), 

h 620 Chestnut 
Hasked Jessie Miss, lab 616 s 5th 
Hatch J McRee, asst civil engnr h 123 

n Front 
Haulsley Mary, washerwoman I2th 

cor Queen 
Hause Joseph, cooper h r 722 s 4th 
Hauser Henry, watchmkr 904 n 4th 
*Hausley Basheba, washerwoman h 

723 n 4th 
*Hausley Dock, lab 1301 Market 
Hausley John W, lab 818 s 5th 
Hawes Alexander, porter 414 Walnut 
Hawes Francis R, cashier and notary 

The National Bank of Wilmington 

bds The Orton 
*Hawes Frederick, lab 210 Wooster 
*Hawes Hannah, cook h 406 Harnett 



HAWES 



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HEINS 



*Havves Joseph, stevedore h 210 

Wooster 
*Hawes Polly, 603 Brunswick 
*Hawes William, driver h 909 Dock 
Hawker Robert L, bkbdr h 816 n 5th 
Hawkins Benjamin F, lab 919 n 6th 
*Hawkins Edward, lab loio n 2d 
*Hawkins Eliza, washerwoman h 807 

Walnut 
^Hawkins Ella, washerwoman h lOio 

Walnut 
^Hawkins Emma, maid h 413 n 9th 
Hawkins James W, supt Wilmington 

Cotton Mills bds 120 Dock 
Hawkins John, supt cotton mills h 

108 Church 
*Hawkins John, lab 413 n 9th 
*Hawkins Louis, stonectr h loii 

Walnut 
"Hawkins Peter, lab 807 Walnut 
*Hawkins Peter Jr, porter 807 Walnut 
*Hawkins Rose, cook h 413 n 9th 
Hawkins Thomas H, ins solr h 719 

Princess 
Hawkins Tobias, lab 804 s 7th 
Hawkins William, supt cotton mills 

bds 120 Dock 
*Hawkins William, lab 307 Brunswick 
HAYDEN PATRICK H, carriage 

and wagon bldr and harness dlr 

13-15 n 3d 
*Hayes Cornelius, billposter h y j4 

n 4th 
*Hayes Edward, driver rms 3 1 1 n loth 
*Hayes Hattie, cook h 220 n loth 
*Hayes Henderson, engnr h 5th nr 

Dawson 
*Hayes Henry, porter 209 Schutt's al 
Hayes James F, printer h 614 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Haynes Scipio, lab 1209 n 4th 



*Hays Neil, lab 613 n 6th • jv/gog 

Hays William M, printer h*307 n 7th 
4 Hays William M Jr, butcher 3 Front 
street market h 1518 Market 

*Hayse Mary J, washerwoman h 404 
Princess 

Haywood Charles L, pharmacist Bun- 
ting's Pharmacy h 1 1 1 n 6th 

*Haywood Clara, 614 s 9th 

*Haywood Hamett, cook 213 
Strauss al 

*Haywood Newton, drayman h 1105 
n 9th 

Haywood Robert W, reporter The 
Morjiing Star h 1 1 1 n 6th 

Haywood Sallie, washerwoman h 113 
n 8th 

*Haywood Sampson, lab 618 s nth 
i^aywood Sarah wid Edward W, in 
n 6th 

*Hazzard Christopher, lab 504 s 7th 

*Heart Edward, lab 211 Brook's la 

'^Heath Samuel B, lab 17 Bailey's al 

Heath Timothy E, sawyer 1016 n 6th 

Hedrick Elizabeth wid John, 215 s 
Front 

Hedrick James D, lumber inspr h 108 
n 6th ^ 

Hedrick John ||, salesman h 215 s 
Front 

*Heflin Millie, cook h 418 s 7th 
#Heide Alexander S (H & Co), U S 
shipping comr vice-consul Sweden 
and Norway and notary h 602 Or- 
ange ( 

Heins C F William, salesmah C W 
Polvogt & Co h 820 McCumber's al 

Heins Frederick, locksmith h 820 Mc- 
Cumber's al 

Heins J Frederick, elk 25 s Front h 
820 McCumber's al 



HEINS 



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HERRING 



Heins Sophie E Miss, teacher Hcm- 

enway School h 820 McCumber's al 
Heinsberger Eduard L, salesman 107 

Market h 220 n 3d .^ . -, 
Heinsberger Philip, bookseller 107 

Market h 220 n 3d ^.^j/q 
Heinsberger Philip Jr, bookseller and 

stationer 107 Market h 220 n 3d 
Heinsberger Stuart, salesman 107 

Market h 220 n 3d 
*Hemby Robert, lab 314 Red Cross 
Hemenway School (district No i), 5th 

bet (Mulberry) Grace and Chestnut 

Mrs Maria L McLeod prin 
*Henderson Amos S, brickmason h 

415 s 6th 
Henderson Anna A wid Thomas B, 

19 s 6th 
*Henderson Isabella, washerwoman 

h 317 n 9th 
*Henderson Josephine, Marcus nr 2d 
*Henderson Rebecca, washerwoman 

h 409 Dawson 
*Henderson Silvy, nurse h 417 s 7th 
*Henderson William J, blksmith h 

402 Dawson 
Hening Susan S wid John F, 508 Ann 
*Hennigen Nero, lab 416 Queen 
*Henry Charity, cook h cor 4th and 

Wooster 
*Henry Clara, 214 Castle 
*Henry Cornelia A, seamstress h 718 

Nun 
Henry Ella, r 113 s Front 
*Henry Ellen, washerwoman h 616 

s 6th 
*Henry Kelley, marine engnr h 616 

Nixon 
*Henry Morgan, lab 1121 Meadow al 
Herbert George, brickmason h 518 

Nun 



Hergenrother Adam A, bkbdr h 219 

s 5 th 
Hergenrother Anthony, elk h 216 

s 5 th 
*Herring Annie, cook h 1015 n 7th 
Herring Charles T, drug elk 60 1 n 4th 

h 3 13 Campbell 
*Herring Edith, washerwoman h 1 108 

Charlotte 
Herring Eli, painter h 505 s 6th 
^Herring F, cook h 720 Hanover 
*Herring Frederick B, pressman The 

Messenger h 616 Church 
^Herring George, lab 141 5 n 4th 
Herring George W, elk Rhodes & 

Bowden h 617 Church 
*Herring James T,lab 1309 Brown's al 
*Herring Jerry, hostler rms 124 Prin- 
cess 
*Herring Joseph L, lab 1108 Mea- 
dow al 
Herring Josie M, milliner 113 s Front 

h 313 Campbell 
*Herring Leno, cook h 720 Hanover 
*Herring Lucy, cook h 105 s 9th 
Herring Luther B, opr W U Tel Co h 

616 Church 
*Herring Margaret, maid h 1 108 Char- 
lotte 
"^Herring Martha, cook 1 108 Charlotte 
Herring Mary wid Stephen, 819 s 

Front 
*Herring Mary, 1205 n 7th 
Herring M M Belle Miss, saleslady 

26 s Front h 313 Campbell 
""Herring Mollie, cook h 1015 n 7th 
*Herring Noah, lab 105 s 9th 
Herring Thomas J, carp h 313 Camp- 
bell 
Herring W Graham, elk G R French 
& Sons h 206 n 2d 



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Herring William H, ship elk Vol- 

lers & Hashagen bds Fulton House 
Hewett Elizabeth Miss, 712 s 2d 
Hewett Henry L, printer h 420 Church 
Hewett John E, printer h 508 s 5th 
Hewett John W, shoemkr 418 Church 

h 420 Church 
Hewett Joseph M, lab 816 Queen 
Hewett Montie, blksmith 109 s Water 

h 108 s 8th 
Hewett Samuel M, mechanic h 802 

n 3d 
Hewett Walter, lab King's al 
Hewin Peter N, mngr R L Ford & Co 

bds 116 Nun 
Hewlett Andrew J ( W V Sellers & Co), 

and notary and magistrate h 204 

Nun 
Hewlett Charles W, coach painter h 

117 s 8th 
Hewlett Clinton, elk h 306 n 9th 
Hewlett Elijah, sheriff Court-House 

bldg h Masorboro township 
Hewlett Ephraim W, elk h 711 Dock 
Hewlett Fanny M wid Frank M, 811 

n 4th 
Hewlett George T, salesman 108 

Market h 1608 Market 
Hewlett Gilbert C, mchst 102 s Water 

h 306 n 9th 
Hewlett John H, compositor The Mes- 
senger h 416 s 6th 
Hewlett Josie Miss, bkbdr The Mes- 
senger h 7 1 1 Dock 
Hewlett Louis A, policeman h 613 

Church 
Hewlett Lucy E wid Edward D, 617 

Dock 
Hewlett Mary E wid Louis M, 711 

Dock 
Hewlett Mary J wid AT, 512 Nun 



Hewlett W Sandy, miller 20-22 Water 

h 303 s 5th 
» Heyer George H, grocer 802 n 4th h 

403 Brunswick 
Heyer George H C, salesman M J 

Heyer h 420 n 4th 
!> Heyer Matt J, who grocer and com 

mer 216-218 n Water h 418 n 2d 
Hibernian Hall, 107 n 3d 
*Hicks Alexander, lab 1016 Swann 
Hicks Charles H, boilermkr h 719 

s 5th 
*Hicks D Ann, cook h 815 Gerdes' al 
*Hicks Esther, h 411 Dawson 
Hicks Frederick P, lab 302 Hanover 
*Hicks Gaston, lab 1103 Charlotte 
Hicks James H, 719 s 5th 
Hicks Minnie E Miss, card tender h 

719 s 5th 
Hicks Octavius, salesman R W Hicks 

h 413 n 2d 
» Hicks Rufus W, who grocer and com 

mer 214 n Water h 418 s 3d 
*High Guilford, lab 908 Cleveland ave 
*Highsmith Annie, washerwoman h 

114 n lOth 
*Hight Simon L, barber 9 s Front h 

7th nr Orange 
*Hill Allen, drayman h 1308 James 
Hill Arthur J, 26 n 2d 
*Hill Augustus, lab 802 n 7th 
*Hill Bailey, lab loii Miller 
Hill Bryan M, carp h 611 Castle 
*Hill Cassius, lab 415 Nixon 
*Hill Cassius, lab 923 s 7th 
*Hill Charles, lab 116 n 9th 
*Hill Charles, lab 13 s loth 
Hill Charles W, elk Holmes & Watters 

h 24 n 2d 
*Hill David, brickmason h 706 Camp- 
bell 



HILL 



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HODGES 



*Hill David, lab 1012 Market 

*Hill Edward, lab 621 s 8th 

*Hill Eliza, cook h 610 s loth 

Hill Ella K wid William E, 15 s 5th 

*Hill Frank, lab 11 18 Market 

*Hill George, lab 216 Walnut 

"Hill Hannah, cook h 316 s 6th 

Hill Harry, elk h 102 n 4th 

*Hill Henry, lab 220 Cowan 

*Hill Henry H, brickmason h 714 

Nun 
*Hill Ivery, carp h 409 Campbell 
*Hill James, lab 1314 n 5th 
Hill James R, helper J O Brown h 601 

Queen 
*HiIl Jeffrey, lab 318 Wooster 
*Hill John, lab 12 16 Brown's al 
*Hill John, lab lOOi Queen 
*Hill John, lab 410 n 5th 
*Hill John, porter h 210 n 9th 
*Hill John E, lab 806 Gerde's al 
*Hill John F, lab 409 n 9th 
Hill John S, motorman 612 Red Cross 
*Hill Joseph, lab 122 i n 4th 
*Hill Joseph, lab 822 s 8th 
Hill Joseph B, elk h 102 n 4th 
*Hill Lewis, saw-filer h 1 108 s 2d 
^Hill Lilla, washerwoman h 1016 n 5th 
*Hill Lincoln, butler h 509 Walnut 
Hill Louisa Miss, teacher Hemenway 

School h 303 Chestnut 
*Hill Lucy, washerwoman 7 Price's al 
*Hill Maggie, maid h 405 n 9th 
^Hill Martha, cook h 1013 Market 
■'^Hill Mary, washerwoman h 614 s 8th 
*Hill Mary J, 511 n 7th 
*Hill Robert, barber 816 Market h 13 

s loth 
*Hill Robert, lab 708 Church 
*Hill Robert, lab 811 Gerdes' al 
*Hill Robert F, lab 714 s 8th 



*Hill Sarah, cook h 405 n 9th 
*Hill Thomas, drayman h 510 Nixon 
*Hill Virginia, cook h 19 s 6th 
*Hill Wesley, lab 17 King's al 
*Hill William, lab 811 Gerdes' al 
*Hill William, lab 1013 Market 
*Hill William, lab 713 n 8th 
*Hill William H, porter h 614 s 8th 
*Hill William T, porter h 708 Church 
Hilton Annie Miss, 116 Red Cross 
Hilton Lumber Co, W L Parsley pres 
R A Parsley sec-treas n 4th cor 
Ashe 
*Hinds Charles, lab 108 Walnut 
*Hinds John W, lab 107 Castle 
*Hines Carrie, cook h 20 n 4th 
*Hines Cornelia, cook h 512 Castle 
*Hines David, porter h s 1 3th nr Dock 
*Hines Elizabeth, cook h 418 Chad- 
bourn ave 
*Hines John, lab 907 n 6th 
*Hines Johanna, cook h 512 Castle 
*Hines Julia, washerwoman h 916 

Dawson 
Hines Mary A wid Louis, 1113 n 3d 
*Hines Nelson, lab 1208 Princess 
*Hines Rias, lab 308 n 10th 
Hinnent Elmore, condr h 208 n 7th 
Hinton Joseph H, steward The Orton 
Hintze John C, mngr Rhodes & Bow- 
den h 1 20 1 Market 
*Hirsh John, carriagewhr h 81 1 s i Ith 
Hitchcock Lucy H Miss, teacher 
Gregory Normal Institure 613 Nun 
Hoag Katharine Miss, teacher Gregory 

Normal Institute h 613 Nun 
Hobbs Robert R, carp h 19 s 8th 
Hodges Jesse W, mechanic h 317 

Bladen 
Hodges Martha E Miss, 609 s 5th 
Hodges Mary wid Joseph, 609 s 5th 



HODGES 



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HOLMES 



Hodges Mary R Miss, 609 s 5th 
Hodges Thomas A, mechanic h 813 

Dock 
Hodges William H C, mechanic h 123 

s 8th 
Hodgson Susan M vvid Joseph, 802 

n 3d 
Hoge Peyton H Rev D D, pastor First 

Presbyterian church h 408 s 3d 
Holden Alexander S, salesman 113 

Market h 1 19 (Mulberry) Grace 
Holden Ann Mrs, dresmkr h 109 n 9th 
Holden Herbert K, house furnishings 

121 s 2d h 917 Market 
Holden James H, ins solr h 10 s 9th 
^Holden Janie, washerwoman h 518 

n 8th 
Holden Samuel W, plumber and gas- 
fitter 121 s 2d h 814 McCumber's al 
^Holden Thomas, lab nr Kidder's 

Mill 
*Holden Thomas, lab i Price's al 
Holden William L, plumber h 814 

McCumber's al 
*Holder Duncan, lab 411 n loth 
Holladay William W, elk A C L h 

311 s 2d 
*Holland Albert, lab 709 Dock 
Holland Duncan B, lineman Postal 

Tel-Cable Co h 312 Chestnut 
*Holland Emaline, cook h 304 

Meadow al 
''^Holland Francis, cook 304 Mea- 
dow al 
Holland James M, butcher stall 11 

Front street mkt h 1 123 n 4th 
Holland John, butcher h Nixon cor 4th 
*Holland John, lab loii Market 
*Holland John, lab 304 Meadow al 
*Holland John Jr, lab 304 Meadow al 
*Holland Joshua, carp h 820 s 8th 



*Holland Phillis, washerwoman h 304 

Meadow al 
*Holley Marion, butcher 1501 Market 
*Holley Mary, cook h 15 n nth 
*Hollinsworth Samuel, lab 912 Queen 
*Holliway David, lab 211 Brook's la 
Hollomon David H, elk h 418 Red 

Cross 
*Holloway John H, mailing elk p o 

h 810 n 7th 
*Holly Ida, cook h 1008 James 
*Holly Philip, 905 Queen 
*Holly William, lab 1314 n 7th 
^Holmes Alexander, cooper 720 s 4th 
*Holmes Annett, nurse h 205 s 12th 
% Holmes Arthur H, grocer 22 s Front 

h 414 s 5th 
*Holmes Dixie, lab 1119 n 8th 
*Holmes Eliza, cook h 1016 n 2d 
^Holmes Fanny, 520 Harnett 
Holmes Gabriel (H & Watters), h 218 

n 3d 
*Holmes Hester, washerwoman h 218 

n loth 
Holmes Jeremiah M, fish pkr h 

71 1 Orange 
*Holmes John C, lab 11 16 James 
Holmes John W, policeman h 619 

Swann 
Holmes Margaret wid John W, 910 

n 4th 
"Holmes Mildred, cook h 1005 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Holmes Philip, drayman h 520 Har- 
nett 
*Holmes Richard F, horse trader h 

520 Harnett 
Holmes Robert L, elk Holmes & 

Watters h 120 (Mulberry) Grace 
Holmes Rufus G, elk h 910 n 4th 
*Holmes Samuel, lab 11 15 Dock 



HOLMES 



(169) 



HOWARD 



*Holmes Sarah, 924 n 5th 
■^Holmes Thomas, porter h 814 n 8th 
"^Holmes William, lab 507 Queen 
*Holmes Winnie, cook h 423 s 4th 
Holmes & Watters (Gabriel Holmes 
and Joseph H Watters), who gro- 
cers 6-8 n Front 
*Holt Henrietta, seamstress h 212 n 

10th 
■^Holt John A, teacher Williston 

Graded School h co 
Holton A C, ins agt bds Sutton House 
Holton James H, elk h 611 Queen 
Home Ins Co of N Y, F H Stedman 

agt 108 Princess 
*Home Washington, lab 214 Wright 
Honnet George, diamonds watches and 

jewelry 12 n Front h 322 s Front 
Hooks Mary wid Emanuel, r 612 s 3d 
*Hooper Charlotte, 12 17 n 8th 
*Hooper Charlotte, cook h 619 n loth 
*Hooper Ezekiel, driver h 712 n 6th 
*Hooper Frank S, lab 20 n 4th 
*Hooper George, lab 713 Hanover 
^Hooper G W, steward h 510 s 6th 
Hooper James S, elk W R Kenan h 

II n 5th 
*Hooper John, lab 1109 Love's la 
"Hooper Johnson, drayman h 3 1 3 s 6th 
"Hooper Joseph, lab 1107 Love's la 
^^Kooper Julia, cook h 413 n 7th 
"Hooper Katie, washerwoman h 1019 

n 2d 
■^Hooper Philip, lab 805 Swann 
'^Hooper Phyllis, cook h 81 1 Castle 
*Hooper Rose, cook h 415 n 8th 
*Hooper Thomas, huckster 709 n 6th 
*Hooper Thomas, lab 1302 Love 
Hopes William, lab 1016 n 2d 
Hopewell Jesse P, oil dlr 206 Market 
h 516 Ann 



*Hopkins Delia, cook h Brown's al 
Hopkins James J (J F Garrell & Co), h 

14 s 8th 
Hopkins Jefferson J, elk h 14 s 8th 
*Hopkins Robert, lab Brown's al 
Horen Catharine wid Michael, 424 

s 5 th 
Horen Mary Miss, 424 s 5th 
Horgan D C, bkkpr and cashier The 
Singer Mnfg Co bds Market nr 5th 
Home Guilford F, locomotive engnr 

h 3 12 Red Cross 
Home John M,trav salesman Powers, 

Gibbs & Co h 312 n 2d 
Home Julius, salesman h 113 n 6th 
I Horrell Americus V, grocer 505 s 4th 
*Horsley Chloe, r 812 n 6th 
*Horsley Joshua, lab r 812 n 6th 
Horton Mary E wid Rufus, 221 n 7th 
Hortsell James S, condr bds The Or- 

ton 
Hosdowich John, cutter A David & 

Co bds 20 n 5th 
Hoskins Benjamin L, cashier The 

Morning Star h 509 n 2d 
*Hostler Alexander, carp h 720 n 5th 
*Houye Canip, washerwoman h 609 

Tent Hall al 
*House Serena, washerwoman h 607 

s 9th 
*House William J, lab 615 Brunswick 
Houston Mary F, washerwoman h 919 
(Mulberry) Grace 
'*'*Howard Benjamin W, mail carrier h 
3 1 2 n 6th 
*Howard Cass, lab 512 Castle 
*Howard Daniel H, lab 312 n 6th 
*Howard Edward, porter h 815 n 7th 
Howard Elisha J, horse dlr h 113 Dock 
Howard Eliza wid William, 901 
Wooster 



HOWARD 



(170) 



HOWE 



*Howard Eliza, r 207 Marsteller 
*Howard Elsie, washerwoman h 508 

McRae 
*Howard Flora, cook h Princess cor 

1 6th 
*Howard Franklin, drayman h 12 

s nth 
^Howard Harriet, washerwoman h 

1016 Princess 
Howard Harris W, bkkpr h 519 Nun 
*Howard Harry, lab 516 Wooster 
'^Howard Henry, carp h 311 n 9th 
''Howard Henry, lab 306 n loth 
*Howard Henry, lab 1431 ith 
Howard Henry C, elk 118 Market h 

410 Walnut 
*Howard Isham, lab 609 Queen 
*Howard James, lab 506 Red Cross 
*Howard Jane, washerwoman h 1015 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Howard J Tilman, compositor The 

Evening Dispatch h. 218 Castle 
*Howard Lucy, cook h 913 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Howard Margaret A wid H, 519 Nun 
^'Howard Maria, washerwoman h 1013 

Dock 
*Howard Martha, 910 s 3d 
Howard Martha A wid Edward, 711 

Castle 
*Howard Mary, cook h 14 s nth 
*Howard Mecelester, painter h 1015 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*Howard Rachel, cook h 518 n 9th 
Howard Relief Steam Fire Engine Co, 

14 s 4th H F Haar foreman 
*Howard Richard, lab 507 Queen 
*Howard Sarah J, seamstress h 914 

Walnut 
Howard Thomas W, com mer h 113 

Dock 



Howard Tilman J, pressman h 218 

Castle 
'^Howard William, 506 Taylor 
Howard William, drayman h 307 

Wooster 
Howard William J, huckster h 819 

Wooster 
^Howard Zeph, lab 13th cor Dock 
*Howe Adrian, lab 322 s 4th 
Howe Charles, watchman n 115 Dock 
*Howe Charles H, restaurant 15 n 2d 
*Howe Cornelius, calker h 1202 n 7th 
*Howe Douglas, hostler H L Fennell 

h 806 Swann 
'"Howe Eliza, lab 712 Wyckoff al 
*Howe Israel, cooper h 511 Nixon al 
*Howe James A, r 1018 Walnut 
*Howe James C, contr h 315 s 6th 
*Howe Jane, 520 s 9th 
l^owe John H^'carp h 116 Castle 
*Howe John T, lab 308 Castle 
*Howe Josephine, cook 1003 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Howe Lillian, 320 s 4th 
*Howe Mary, cook h r 1018 Walnut 
*Howe Mary, nurse h 1003 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Howe Mary E, washerwoman h 412 

n 8th 
*Howe Mary W, prin Williston 

Graded School h 301 Queen 
*Howe Robert, lab 511 Nixon al 
*Howe Sarah J, washerwoman h 18 

s 13th 
*Howe Valentine, carp h 520 s 9th 
*Howe William, stevedore h 1 102 n 7th 
*Howe William C, cooper h 412 n 8th 
Howe William H, 513 n 5th 
*Howe William T, lab 1209 n 6th 
*Howe William W, carp h 616 s 4.th 
*Howe William W, elk 105 >^ Princess 



HOWELL 



(171) 



HUMPHREY 



Howell Andrew J, 702 Market 

Howell Andrew J Jr, cashier and pur- 
chasing agt W N & N Ry Co h 710 
Orange 

Howell George H, lawyer 702 Market 

Howell Henry W, watchman h 505 
Wooster 

Howell William H, elk Wilmington 
Gas Light Co h 702 Market 

Howey George P, elk 109 Market h 
222 s 4th 

Howey William H, elk h 319 Queen 

Howey William M (Belden & H), h 
222 s 4th 

Howie James B, news dlr h 605 
Wooster 

Howland Frederick P, 321 s 5th 

Howland George, 321 s 5th 

Howland Margaret wid Samuel, 321 
sSth 

'^Hubbard Harriet, washerwoman h 
5th bet Harnett and Swann 

Hudson George B, carp h 420 Red 
Cross 

*Hudson Henry, fireman Wilmington 
Refrigerating and Ice Wks h 8th 
bet Hanover and Campbell 

Hudson William J, carp h 904 Prin- 
cess 

Hudson Walter V, condr street car h 
1123 n 4th 



Hues Harry, supt Street Ry h Surry 

*Huggins Alexander, gatherer of me- 
dicinal roots &c r 15 s Water h 
Dawson cor 1 0th 

Huggins Edwin T, elk A C L h 705 
Dock 

*Huggins Emma, washerwoman h 
514 n 7th 

Huggins Frank L, supt oil mill h 7 
s 4th 

Huggins George A, jeweller 105 Mar- 
ket h 412 Market 

Huggins George C, sawyer 1 1 14 n 4th 
. HUGGINS GEORGE W, watchmkr 
and jeweller 105 Market h 412 
Market 

Huggins Isaac, policeman 503 Swann 
♦ Huggins James B, grocer 125 Market 
h 705 Dock 

*Huggins Kit, driver rms 311 n loth 

Huggins Mildred J wid William, 7 
s 4th 

Hughes Robert S, lineman W U Tel 
Co h 8th cor Harnett 

Huhn William D, salesman J W Mur- 
chison h 505 Chestnut 

Huhn William M, driver h 505 Chest- 
nut 

Hullen Annie wid Nicholas, 501 n 4th 

Humphrey Christopher M D, h 1115 
s Front 



WATCH INSPECTOR 



FOR 



^x.^ 



3<ra:ic co-a^so? 



^Jrjsr- 



>-^' GEO. W. HUGGINS, ^''■^. 
JEWELER AND WATCHMAKER, 

DIAMOND MOUNTING A SPECIALTY. 
WATCHES REPAIRED, RATED, AND ADJUSTED. 



HUMPHREY 



(172) 



IVERY 



*Humphrey Jane, washerwoman h 

1019 Princess 
Humphrey John W (H & King), h 720 

Wooster 
'-•Humphrey Maurice, 908 Love ave 
Humphrey Pauline H wid John E, 

619 s 7th 
Humphrey & King (John W Humph- 
rey and James C King), grocers 5 10 
Chestnut 
Humphreys Charles, asst engnr p o 

h 612 Chestnut 
Humphries William H, blksmith h 

315 Walnut 
*Hunt Archie, helper h 915 Gwynn 
Hunt H Lacy, remittance elk At- 
lantic National Bank rms Y M C A 
Hunt N Marion, foreman Wilmington 

Cotton Mills h 113 Castle 
*Hunt Thomas, shoemkr 113 (Mul- 
berry) Grace h 915 Gwynn 
*Hunter Benjamin, huckster 601 s 8th 
*Hunter Eliza R, cook 601 s 8th 
^Hunter James, lab 13 15 Love 
*Hunter Martha, cook h 208 s 7th 
*Hunter Presley, porter h 807 Orange 
*Hunter Richard H, waiter h 208 s 7th 
■^Hunter Robert, lab 204 s 7th 
*Hunter Southe P Rev, h 818 s 8th 
*Hunter Walker, lab 601 s 8th 
*Hunter W Henry, truckman h 208 

s 7 th 
■*Hurst James, lab 607 Swann 
■'^Hurst John, lab 19 n nth 
*Hurst John C, lab 707 s 9th 
Hurst William M, lumber inspr S & 

W H Northrop h 1512 Market 
Huske J Norwood,clk A C Lh 211 

Chestnut 
Hussey Ernest, elk A C L h 112 n 
Front 



Hussey Nicholas, elk h 412 n Front 

Hussey Zachariah, fisherman h 408 
Castle 

Hutaff Emma wid Henry, 717 Chest- 
nut 

Hutafif George H, bottler h 809 Chest- 
nut 

*Hutchins Emily, r 113 s Front 
• *Hutchins Richard L, paints and oils 
5 s 2d h 1 15 n 6th 



I 



Immediate Benefit Life Ins Co of Bal- 
timore Md (branch), Moses Roths- 
child mngr 203 s Front 

Imperial Ins Co of London, Atkinson 
& Son agts 113 n Water 

Ingram Alfred, capt h 519 s 5th 

■^Ingram Emma, seamstress 307 n 9th 

Insurance Co of North America (ma- 
rine dept), Atkinson & Son agts 1 1 3 
n Water 

Inter-State Telephone Co, W B Sav- 
age local mngr lOi Princess 

Iredell Meares and Pierre B Mannings 
receivers Carolina Inter-State B & 
L Assn 17 Princess 

*Irvin Joshua, lab 1006 Orange 

Irving Frank D, spl delivery messr p O' 
h 1013 n 3d 

Irving George, painter h 1013 n 3d 

Irving George W, messr Postal Tel- 
Cable Co h 1013 n 3d 

Iseman Mark, agt Immediate Benefit 
Life Ins Co h 719 Market 

*Isler Sampson, grocer 618^ n 7th h 
613 n 7th 

Ittner Peter J, elk Parlor mkt h 1702 
Market 

*Ivery Caroline, washerwoman h 823 
Campbell 



IVERY (173) 

*Ivery James, lab 823 Campbell 
Ivery Silver, maid h 717 Red Cross 
*Ives John, lab 922 s 9th 
■^Ivey Robert, steward h 306 Nutt 



JACOBS 



*Jackson Allen E, shoemkr h 411 

McRae 
*Jackson Allen E, shoemkr 20 n 2d h 

411 n 8th 
*Jackson Amelia, cook h 1006 James 
*Jackson AndreAv, lab 719 Bladen 
*Jackson Andrew, lab 11 10 Chestnut 
*Jackson Andrew, lab 13 Wooster 
*Jackson Anna, cook h 509 Bladen 
Jackson Benjamin B, elk h 310 s 4th 
*Jackson Caroline, cook h 515 n loth 
*Jackson Charles, lab 515 n loth 
*Jackson Clara A, cook h 512 Church 
*Jackson Edward, lab Strauss al 
'•■Jackson Edward, lab 9 s 7th 
Jackson George C, foreman job off 

The Messenger h 5 10 Nun 
*Jackson Henrietta, cook h 1006 

Princess 
■^Jackson Henrietta, cook h 1005 n 6th 
Jackson James W, sec-treas Jackson 

& Bell Co h 310 s 4th 
*Jackson John H, brickmason 11712 

Nun 
*Jackson John L, shoe shop 419 Red 

Cross h 61 1 Red Cross 
"Jackson John W, lab nil n 8th 
Jackson Joseph J, mchst h 701 Bladen 
*Jackson Kitty A, washerwoman h 

Swann nr 5th 
Jackson Lucy, cook h 917 n 6th 
"Jackson M Alice, teacher Williston 

Graded School h 202 Walnut 



^Jackson Nancy, nurse h 516 n 8th 
*Jackson Nelson, lab looi Chestnut 
^Jackson Oscar H, porter 515 n loth 
*Jackson Peter, 11 s nth 
*Jackson Robert, lab 507 Campbell 
*Jackson Robert, lab Wilson's al nr 

Nun 
*Jackson Robert, lab Swann nr 5th 
*Jackson Robert, lab 718 s 8th 
Jackson Robert L, mechanic h 917 

n 7 th 
*Jackson Sarah, washerwoman h 913 

Cleveland ave 
*Jackson William M Rev, rector St 

Mark's Episcopal Church h 601 

(Mulberry) Grace 

♦ Jackson & Bell Co, 21 n Front pub- 

lishers TJie Messenger Benjamin 
Bell pres James W Jackson sec- 
treas 
Jacobi Joseph N (N J Hardware Co), 
h 306 n 3d 

• Jacobi Marcus W (N J Hardware Co', 

h 306 n 3d 
Jacobi Nathaniel (N J Hardware Co), 

and pres Mechanics's Home Assn 

h 306 n 3d 
Jacobi N Hardware Co (Nathaniel, 

Marcus W and Joseph N Jacobi), 

hardware paints and oils 12 s Front 
*Jacobi Robert H, lab 411 Taylor 
Jacobs Benjamin J, elk h 405 Princess 
Jacobs Charles D, re^aurant h 308 

McRae 
*Jacobs David, barber and coroner 

New Hanover co 15 Dock h 914 

s 2d ^ 5:^— -*^^'"^ 

Jacobs James T, capt steamboat h 215 

Castle 
Jacobs Julia A wid Benjamin J, 405 

Princess 



14 



JACOBS 



(174) 



JENKINS 



^Jacobs Laura, seamstress h 1114 

Dock 
Jacobs Martha Miss, weaver h 820 s 

Front 
Jacobs Martha wid Benjamin, 820 s 

Front 
^Jacobs Moses, marine engnr h 1208 

s 2d 
Jacobs Pennie L Miss, spinner h 820 

s Front 
Jacobs Thomas, spinner h 810 s Front 
Jacobs William, weaver h 3 Dawson 
James Annie E wid William H, 620 

Queen 
*James Beta, washerwoman h 614 n 

1 0th 
*James Eliza washerwoman h no s 

1 2th 
James George H, elk A C L h 620 

Queen 
James George P, manifest elk C F & 

Y V Ry Co h 224 n 3d 
*James Huldy, washerwoman h 1315 

Dock 
James Isaac T, elk h 306 McRae 
James Isaac T, dyer bds 120 Dock 
*James Isaiah, shoemkr 126 Market h 

203 n lOth 
James John C, elk h 224 n 3d 
James John S, 224 n 3d 
James Joshua T, printer h 224 n 3d 
James John W, salesman h 306 McRae 
James Kate Miss, chf opr Inter-State 

Tel Co h 416 Market 
■^■James Mary L, washerwoman h 407 

Dawson 
*James Mattie, nurse 912 Cleveland 

ave 
*James Robert, lab 1217 n 8th 
James Sallie wid Frank, 226 s Front 
James Sarah S wid John C, 224 n 3d 



*James Thomas, lab 803 s Front 
James Thomas C, frtandpassgr agt C 
F & Y V Ry Co h 201 (Mulberry) 
Grace 
*James William H, lab 1007 Dock 
*Jane Cazzie, washerwoman h 115 

n 1 2th 
*Jane Sarah, washerwoman h 611 

Tent Hall al 
Jansen Edward, quartermstr bds 120 

Castle 
Jarman John F, elk 5th cor Castle 
*Jarman Louis, driver h 815 Thomp- 
son's al 
Jarman Frank, druggist h 714 s 7th 
*Jarvis Harriet, cook h 17 s i6th 
*Jefferson Edward, lab 208 Brook's la 
^Jefferson Edward, lab 904 Schutt's al 
Jefferson Mary wid Charles, 707 

Wooster 
Jeffries John G, mchst h 419 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Jenkins Anthony, lab 309 n 9th 
Jenkins B Jasper, wheelwright J O 
Brown h Sneed's Ferry, Onslow co 
*Jenkins David, cooper h 836 Fan- 
ning 
*Jenkins George, lab 813 s 4th 
^Jenkins Joseph, lab 15 Wooster 
Jenkins J Wilcox, lumber dlrbdsThe 

Orton 
Jenkins Kate Miss, s 4th cor Castle 
*Jenkins Mary, washerwoman h 917 
Chestnut / 

*Jenkins Nellie, washerwoman h 309 

n 9th 
Jenkins Obediah, huckster h lOio s 

Front 
*Jenkins Philip, truckman h I2n loth 
*Jenkins Samuel G, lab 511 Church 
^Jenkins Thomas, porter 1005 Orange 



JENNINGS (175) 

*Jennings Benjamin, lab 1006 n 2d 
*Jennings Henry, porter 5 16 Walnut 
Jerome S S (Powell & Co), h Atlanta 

Ga 
Jevins Charles E, mchst h 1 206 s Front 
Jewell Edward, mechanic h4i6 Church 
Jewell Kelly W, carp h 416 Church 
Jewett Henry B, bkkpr Charles M 

Whilock h 305 n /^th ^^^^XZ^ 
Jewett Robert D (J & Darlington), and 

physician 108 Red Cross 
Jewett Stephen, bkkpr 18 s Front h 

Jewett & Darlington (Robert D Jewett 

and John J Darlington), proprs 

Carolina Publishing Co 2 Princess 

(up-stairs) 
*Jocelyn Richard, porter h 506 n 7th 
Jolly Forney, watchmkr J T Burke bds 

Sutton House 
*Johns William H, porter h Wilson's 

al bet Nun and Church 
"Johnson Alexander, driver h lOii 

Miller 
^Johnson Alexander, 901 s 8th 
'^Johnson Alexander, lab 1210 n 4th 
*Johnson Amelia, 505 n 7th 
*Johnson Augustus, drayman h 616 

s 6th 
*Johnson Benjamin, lighterman h 13 10 

n 4th 
*Johnson Bettie, washerwoman h 810 

Red Cross 
^Johnson Caroline, cook h 618 Orange 
*Johnson Charles, lab 317 s 3d 
*Johnson Charles, lab 617 s 3d 
*Johnson Edward F (J & Co), h 10 n 

9th 
Johnson Fannie Miss, florist 702 Dock 
Johnson Fannie H wid Alexander 602 

Walnut 



JOHNSON 



"Johnson Frank S, lab 208 Davis 
Johnson George, engnr h 214 Harnett 
*Johnson George, lab 108 Kidder's al 
Johnson George J, yard engnr SAL 

h 214 Orange 
Johnson George T, elk Murchison & 

Co h 602 Walnut 
*Johnson Grace, cook h 406 s 4th 
*Johnson Hannah, cook h Strauss al 
*Johnson H, shoemkr 104 n nth 
^Johnson Harriet A, cook h 311 

Brunswick 
*Johnson Hattie, 108 Kidder's al 
'^Johnson Henry, lab 313 Brunswick 
*Johnson Henry, lab 1310 James 
^Johnson Jacob, barber Muter's al nr 

Front h 416 McRae 
*Johnson Jacob, lab 416 n 8th 
*Johnson James, lab 707 n 4th 
*Johnson James, lab 1209 n 7th 
*Johnson James H, porter 810 Rankin 
Johnson Jane wid Charles, 507 Church 
*Johnson Jesse J, stevedore h 818 n 4th 
*Johnson John, lab 407 Wooster 
*Johnson John, lab 1000 n 6th 
*Johnson Joseph, lab 508 McRae 
*Johnson Joseph, lab 1119 n 8th 
*Johnson Joseph, porter h 507 n 7th 
^Johnson Joseph F, porter h — Castle 
^Johnson Joseph H, lab 208 Walnut 
^Johnson Julia, cook h 1013 n 7th 
Johnson Kate E Miss, teacher Hemen- 

way School h 602 Walnut 
*Johnson Laura, cook h Princess nr 

1 2th 
*Johnson Louisa, cook h 15 s 7th 
^Johnson Malcolm, cooper h 1120 

Princess 
*Johnson Mary, housemaid 408 Wood 
^Johnson Mary, washerwoman h 416 

n 8th 



JOHNSON 



(176) 



JONES 



Johnson Mary A Miss, boarding 109 

(Mulberry) Grace 
■* Johnson Mollie, 141 1 n 4th 
Johnson Obed L, mchst h 1019 n 4th 
*Johnson Oliver, porter h 310 Bladen 
*Johnson Pearlie, lab 317 s 3d 
Johnson Perlie, lab 617 s 3d 
"Johnson Primus, porter h 60S Castle 
*Johnson Rena, washerwoman h 618 

Orange 
Johnson Robert, carp 109 Wright 
*Johnson Robert, helper h 918 Red 

Cross 
*Johnson Robert, lab 912 n 6th 
Johnson Robert M, carp h 515 s 6th 
Johnson Robert R, elk T E Wallace 

h 1 15 Market 
*Johnson Rosa, cook h 2 14 Brunswick 
^Johnson Samuel H, barber Muter's 

al nr Front h 416 McRae 
^Johnson Silvie, cook h 310 n 9th 
*Johnson Stephen, head porter h 426 

s 3d 
*Johnson Susan, 609 Red Cross 
^Johnson Thomas, porter h 615 Castle 
Johnson Thomas H, elk h 702 Dock 
*Johnson Viney, 309 Campbell 
Johnson Walter D, carp h 515 s 6th 
Johnson Warren S, bkkpr Johnson & 

Fore h 716 Market 
Johnson Wiley T, uphr and paperhgr 

112 n 2d rms 17 Princess 
^Johnson William, carp h 610 Ann 
*Johnson William, ice puller h 1319 

n 8th 
*Johnson William, porter h 507 n 7th 
Johnson William A (J & Fore), h 716 

Market 
Johnson William J, plumber h lOOi 

Princess 
*Johnson William L, lab 619 n 9th 



Johnson William M, carp h 515 s 6th 
*Johnson Wright, butcher 611 Bladen 
Johnson & Co (Edward F Johnson)^ 

who peanuts 5 s Water "'1,1- '^ 

• Johnson & Fore (William A Johnson 

and Charles H Fore), dry goods 

and millinery ill Market 
*Jones Abbie A, washerwoman h 215 

McRae 
*Jones Abraham, lab 912 n 5th 
^Jones Addie, washerwoman 618 s 6th 
'■■Jones Albert, restaurant 16 n 2d 
*Jones Alfred, liousemover h 211 

Queen 
Jones A Lee, fireman h 716 s 2d 
^Jones Annie, cook h 618 s 6th 
Jones Archie W, watchman h 519 

Hanover 
*Jones Bell, washerwoman h 604 An- 
derson 
*Jones Bessie, baker 522 s 4th 
Jones Bryant, chf engnr steamer Driver 

h Fayetteville 
Jones Burwell T, yard condr C F & 

Y V Ry Co bds Sutton House 
Jones Charles E, carp h 407 Taylor 
Jones Charles G, lab 703 n 7th 
*Jones Charlotte, washerwoman h 607 

Red Cross 
*Jones David, drayman h 210 McRae 
*Jones Edward, lab 618 n 7th 
*Jones Edward, porter h 808 s 2d 
Jones Edward F, salesman J H Rehder 

& Co h 412 n Front 
Jones Edward G (E G J & Co), h 320 

n 5th 
Jones E G & Co (Edward G and Josiah 

H Jones), livery and boarding stables 

208-210 Market 
*Jones Elijah, lab 1017 Dock 
*Jones Eliza, seamstress 711 Hanover 



JONES 



(177) 



JONES 



*J()nes Eliza, trained nurse 718 s lOth 
*Jones Eliza Jane, nurse h 314 s 8th 
*Jones Ellen, washerwoman 916 s 

9th 
*Jones Ellen, wasiierwoman h 915 n 

1 0th 
Jones Ellerbe H, coir 211 s Water h 

415 s Front 
*Jones Emma, cook-shop Ii20n4th 

h 1205 n 4th 
*Jones Frederick, lab 713 n 6th 
*Jones Frank, lab Meadow al bet 8th 

and 9th 
*Jones Frank, lab 1320 n 6th 
* Jones Frank, hostler h 411 Dock 
*Jones Frederick, lab 202 Brunswick 
*Jones Frederick, 1023 Castle 
*Jones George, lab 1005 Dock 
*Jones George, lab 407 McRae 
*Jones George W, penman h 715 

Swann 
*Jones Hattie, washerwoman h 300 

Wooster 
*Jones Haywood, lab 605 Brunswick 
*Jones Haywood J, lab 811 n 6th 
*Jones Henry, lab 307 Forde's ave 
*Jones Henry L, shoemkr 126 Market 

h 410 s 7th 
*Jones Isaac, lab 615 n loth 
Jones Ivey, weaver Wooster cor Surry 
*Jones James, lab 1305 Brown's al 
*Jones James H, lab 520 Campbell 
Jones John, mclisth 601 Castle 
*Jones John, 1205 n 4th 
*JoneK John, lab 508 Campbell 
*Jones John H, lab 906 n 5th 
Jones John O, carp h 407 Taylor 
Jones J Peter, trackman h Castle 
*Jones John R, cooper h 9 King's al 
*Jones Joseph, lab 408 Wooster 
*Jones Joseph, lab 613 n 9th 



*Jones Joseph J, blksmith 414 Nutt h 

610 8th 
*Jones Joseph J, drayman h 613 n 

Campbell 
Jones Josiah H (E G J & Co), h 1514 

Market 
*Jones Julia, washerwoman h 307 

Bladen 
*Jones Laney, lab loio Front 
*Jor!es Lena, washerwoman 504 n 9th 
*Jones Lister, lab 905 n 7th 
*Jones Lucy, maid h 831 Fanning 
Jones Margaret Miss, teacher Union 

School annex h 311 s Front 
*Jones Margaret, nurse h 7 1 1 Hanover 
*Jones Maria, cook h 512 n 9th 
Jones Mark, elk h 411 Campbell 
Jones Mark A, motorman h 704 s 2d 
"■^Jones Mary, 505 Taylor 
*Jones Mary, cook h 1005 Market 
*Jones Mary, cook h 1208 Princess 
*Jones Mary A, cook h lOio James 
*Jones Mary A, cook h 917 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Jones Matilda, washerwoman h 906 

Queen 
*Jones Melvira, 11 18 James 
*Jones Moses, shoemkr 511 Chestnut 

h 610 s 8th 
*Jones Needham, lab 816 Harnett 
*Jones Nelson, lab 1 1 16 n 6th 
'^Jones Nixon, lab 1 106 Charlotte 
Jones Noah, lab Surry bet Queen and 

Wooster 
*Jones Patsey, 803 Brunswick 
Jones Pembroke, pres National Rice 

Milling Co h New York 
Jones Rachel wid Buckner, 1216 s 

Front 
*Jones Rachel, washerwoman h 618 

s 6th 



JONES 



(178) 



KEA 



*Jones Richard, lab 905 n 7th 
Jones Richard J, sec-treas Wilming- 
ton Gas Light Co h 811 Market 
*Jones Robert, sailor h 906 Queen 
*Jones Robert, waiter h 616 Tent 

Hall al 
*Jones Roman, lab 918 s 9th 
*Jones Rosa, washerwoman h 1009 

Princess 
*Jones Rose, cook h 613 n 9th 
■*Jones Ruth, 913 Gwynn 
*Jones Samuel, carp h 913 Gwynn 
*Jones Sarah, cook h 1106 Charlotte 
*Jones Setre, elk 6181^ n 7th h 618 

n 7th 
*Jones Silvie, washerwoman h 713 

n 6th 
*Jones Stephen, driver h lOOi Market 
*Jones Stilly, lab 922 n 5th 
*Jones Tenia, 412 Bladen 
*Jones Theodore, lab 308 n Front 
*Jones William, lab 711 Brunswick 
*Jones William, lab 506 Dickinson 
*Jones William, lab 310 n lOth 
Jones William B,motorman h 712 s 3d 
Jones William C, trav salesman Na- 

vassa Guano Co bds 419 n 3d 
■^Jones William H, drayman h 418 

Wilson's al 
*Jones William H, lab r 607 s 2d 
*Jones William T, lab 314 s 8th 
*Jonnigan Clara, cook h 410 n 4th 
*Jordan Alfred, carp h 412 s 7th 
Jordan Annie M wid Jacob C, 1115 s 

Front 
Jordan Elizabeth J wid Warren H, 1 17 

n 3d 
Jordan Evelina wid John A, 614 s 2d 
'^Jordan Holly, lab 112 Wooster 
*Jordan Mary, cook h 412 Hanes al 
*Jordan Mary, laundress 412 s 7th 



*Jordan Priscilla, 1215 n 7th 
*Jordan Richard, lab 605 s 8th 
*Jordan Robert H, carp h 511 Taylor 
Jordan Romulus W, elk bds 709 s 2d 
*^Jordan William A, carp h 519 s 8th 
Jordon Joseph L, elk h Ann cor 5th 
Jordon William E, appr h 606 Bruns- 
wick 
Jorgensen Hans P, first mate steamer 

Wilmington h Southport 
*Joslin Richard, lab 506 n 7th 
Jourdan Herbert, salesman S & B Sol- 
omon h Castle cor 2d 
Joyce Charles F, dairy 1601 Market 
Joyner John, mchst bds 504 n Front 
Joyner Joseph W, locomotive engnr 

h 62 I Swann 
Judge George R, elk 7 n Front h 15 

s 2d 
Judge James M, printer h 22 s 2d 
Judge Lizzie Miss, 22 s 2d 
*Judge Martha, washerwoman, h 411 

Hanover 
*Judge Matthew, driver 411 Hanover 
*Judge Samuel, lab 411 Hanover 
Judge Sarah wid Michael, 22 s 2d 
*June Charles, stevedore, h 807 n 6th 
Justis Nicholas, weaver h 812 s Front 
*Justis Sherman, switchman C F & Y 

V Ry Co 
*Justis Thomas, lab 712 n 5th 



K 



Kahn Henry, vice-pres National Rice 

Milling Co h New Orleans 
*Karksey Mary, seamstress 21 n nth 
Karr John A, lab 917 n 3d 
Kasminski Morris, dry goods 24 s 2d 
Kea James E, dentist 416 Walnut 
*Kea J Richard, confr 1203 McRae's 
al h 1 1 1 5 n 8th 



KEATHLEY 



(179) 



KENAN 



Keathley Mark E, 321 s 4th 
Keathley Mary E wid Elisha H, 321 

s 4th 
Keen Charles H, carp h 212 n 9th 
Keen John T, asst agt A C L h 715 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Keen Joseph VV, elk AC L h 216 

Harnett 
Keen William G T, elk West & Co 

h 813 Chestnut 
Keen Louis B.clk A C L h 715 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
^Keener Alex, lab 619 s 8th 
^Keener Hattie, cook h 619 s 8th 
*Keener Margenia, cook h 619 s 8th 
Keetor Mary B Miss, i Dawson 
Keetor Thomas, fisherman i Dawson 
*Keith Andrew, stonectr h 1230 

Rankin 
*Keith Andrew, lab Red Cross bet 

1 2th and 13th 
Keith B F Co, Benjamin F Keith pres 

and treas Thomas T Flynn sec who 

grocers and shingles 130 n Water 
Keith Benjamin F, pres and treas B 

F K Co h 407 Walnut 
*Keith Laura, washerwoman h 1230 

Rankin 
^Keller Elisha, lab 412 n 5th 
^Kelley Alice, washerwoman h 817 

Green 
Kelley Cornelius M, mchst 102 s 

Water h 714 Dock 
Kelley Edward, evangelist h 215 n 2d 
Kelley James D, elk h 215 n 2d 
■^Kelley John, lab 408 n 6th 
■^Kelley John, porter h 404 Bladen 
Kelley Julia A wid G H, 215 n 2d 
Kelley Louis, blksmith h 718 Bladen 
*Kelley Louise, washerwoman h 716 

n 6th 



*Kelley Martha, washerwoman h 712 

s 6th 
*Kelley Rebecca, cook h 1013 Market 
*Kelley Robert, lab 11 16 James 
*Kelley Thomas, carp h 91 1 Chestnut 
Kelley Walter D, salesman M J Heyer 

bds Sutton House 
Kelly Albert L, elk h 603 Castle 
Kelly Andrew J, elk 5 Market h 718 

Bladen 
Kelly Bartholomay, carp 711 s Front 
*Kelly Calvin, driver h 218 Wooster 
Kelly Charles M, mchst h 806 Dock 
*Kelly Duke, shoemkr h 617 s 5th 
*Kelly Harry, lab s 6th nr Dawson 
*Kelly Horace, drayman h 61 5 Church 
Kelly James A, elk h 603 Castle 
Kelly James E, watchman h 603 Castle 
Kelly John J, furniture installment 21 

Market h 319 Chestnut 
Kelly John R, lab 603 Castle 
Kelly Joseph K, supt rice fields h 603 

Castle 
^Kelly Lula S, 1207 Love's al 
'^Kelly Luther, porter 611 Brunswick 
Kelly Mary J Mrs, grocer 711s Front 
Kelly Michael H (Munroe & K), h 419 

Campbell 
*Kelly Sampson, lab 609 s 8th 
*Kelly Samuel, lab s 6th nr Dawson 
Kelly Walter S, engnr h 610 s 5th 
^Kellogg Aaron, lab 413 n 6th 
•*Kellogg William J, butcher Third 

Ward mkt 17 n 8th h 419 Bladen 
Kenan Martha J wid William W, 912 

Princess 
Kenan William R, mdse broker Worth 

bldg and coir U S customs h no 

Nun 
Kenan William R, painter h 912 Prin- 
cess 



KENDALL 



(1 80) 



KING 



*Kendall Frank, lab 1105 n 8th 
Kenly J R, genl mngr A C L h 405 

s 3d 
*Kenneday Peachy, lab 1302 n 5tli 
Kennedy Adaline M wid Robert, 

211 n 9th 
Kennedy James A, mldr h 515 Nun 
Kennedy John, mchst h 917 n 7th 
Kennedy J R, mail agt h 620 s Front 
Kennedy Joseph, machine opr TJie 

Messenger h 2 1 1 n 9th 
*Kennedy Lorenzo D, bakery 701 

Red Cross 
Kennedy Owen H, butcher 416 Castle 
^Kennedy Susan L, teacher Williston 

Graded School h 701 Red Cross 
Kennon W J, master of steamer U S 

ship-yard h 608 s 2d 
Kerchner Francis W, hardware dlr h 

412 s Front 
Kermon James M, deck-hand 612 s 2d 
Kermon William J, capt tug 612 s 2d 
*Kerney Eliza J, washerwoman h 710 

Brunswick 
Ketchum John J, grocer h 312 Queen 
Ketchum William F, 219 s 2d 
Keyes Stephen T, elk 501 n 4th h 

108 n 9th 
*Kibler Thomas, lab 708 Ann 
Kidd Harry L, grocer 321 McRae 
Kidd Harry L Mrs, elk 321 McRae 
Kidder Edward Sons (George W 

Kidder), who lumber Exchange 

bldp- and propr Cowan Mills Surry 

bet Meares and Mars<"eller 
Kidder Frederick, propr Kendall 

plantation rm 3 National Bank bldg 
Kidder George, saw-mill h 10 s 3d 
Kidder George W, sec-treas The 

Clarendon Water Works Co h 103 

s 3d 



Killette William W, engnr h 504 s 2d 
*King Amos, lab h 603 Pick's al 
■^King Annie, cook h 314 s 7th 
King Archibald S, wood dlr yard 9 

Queen h 613 Wooster 
King Benjamin F, grocer 706 Woos- 
ter 521 s 3d 
King Benjamin R, brickmason h 706 

Wooster 
King Catharine A wid William J 612 

Walnut 
*King Charles, brickmason 509 n 7th 
King Charles H (Robinson & K), h 

209 Nun 
*King Charlotte, cook h 711 s 8th 
King Edward B, carp h 506 n Front 
King Edward G, baggagemstr h 713 

s 5 th 
King Eliza J wid John B,6i3 s Front 
King Elizabeth A wid Samuel A, 515 

n 4th 
King F Marion, lineman h 407 s 2d 
King Frank R, elk Roger Moore h 

711 (Mulberrj^) Grace 
King George B, elk h 612 Walnut 
King George G, paperhgr 107 n 3d 

h 504 n Front 
King George T, carp bds 314 McRae 
*King Harriet, cook h 212 Cowan 
King Haster J, grocer 608 Church 
*King Hill, lab cor Mayers and Mar- 

steller 
*King Huldy, cook h 208 Brunswick 
*King Idella, cook h 205 Hanover 
King Isaac S, lab 513 s 6th 
King James, butcher h 402 Queen 
King James, butcher h 511 Wooster 
King James A, car inspr h 504 n Front 
King James C (Humphrey & K), h 2 14 

n 6th 
King James H, lab 807 s 6th 



KING 



iSi) 



KOONCE 



King Jennie T Miss, saleslady bds 504 

n Front 
King John, lab 510 Queen 
King John B, elk 10 Market 2 14 n 6th 
King John B, lab 613 s Front 
King John G, painter h 515 n 4th 
King John W, uphr and mattressmkr 

153^ n 2d h 711 (Mulberry) Grace 
King Joseph M, reporter h- 612 

Wooster 
King Joseph P Rev, pastor Second 

Advent Baptist Church h 612 

Wooster 
King Joseph T, elk h 515 n 4th 
King Laura M Miss, 209 Nun 
*King Lizzie, cook h 603 Fick's al 
*King Lucinda, cook h 207 n nth 
*King Maggie, cook h 406 n 6th 
King Margaret J Miss, 214 n 6th 
King Martha S wid James W, 409 

Princess 
*King Mildred, vegetables stall 6 4th 

street mkt h 406 n 7th 
King Nicholas N, elk h 405 Queen 
King Pattie J wid James E, 407 s 2d 
King Robert, elk L H Burnett h 612 

Walnut 
*King Robert A, lab 406 n 7th 
King Robert J, elk h 612 Walnut 
King Rowland W, lineman h 312 Nun 
King Spicer, lab 807 Wooster 
*King T, lab 1013 (Mulberry) Grace 
King Washington W, deputy sheriff 

and jailer Princess bet 3d and 4th 
King William J, lab 711 Dawson 
Kingsbury Roger A, bkkpr Williams 

Bros h 513 Dock 
Kingsbury Thomas B Dr, journalist h 

411 s 3d 
Kingsbury Walter R, drug elk R R 

Bellamy h 408 s 2d 



Kinney William L, foreman N C C 
Oil Co bds 62 n 4th 

Kinnon J M, deck-hand h 608 s 2d 

Kirby George R, sten The Bridgers 
& McKeithan Lumber Co bds 412 
Princess 

Kirkham Wilbur J (W J K & Co), h 
106 s 6th 

Kirkham W J & Co (Wilbur J Kirk- 
ham and Robert M Gilbert), provis- 
ion dlrs 104 s Front 

Kirschbaum Michael, hatmkr and fur- 
rier 13 s Front h 209 Princess 

Klander John D H Jr, cashier Rhodes 
& Bowden h 620 Castle 

Kline Charles I, elk 114 Front h 318 
n 5 th 

Kline Frank B, messr W U Tel Co h 

315 s 3d 
Kline Joseph L, elk h 315 s 3d 
Knight Eugene S, engnr h 706 n 3d 
*Knight Henry, fireman 828 Fanning 
Knight James, mstr transportation h 

304 n Front 
*Knight Thomas, lab 908 Walnut 
Knowles James, shoemkr h 813 n 5th 
Knox Charles, policeman 121 5 Market 
Knox John F, machine opr The Mes- 
senger bds 714 n 4th 
*Knox William, porter h 717 Ann 
Koch, William H M, barkpr French 

Cafe h 822 McCumber's la 
Konig H William, grocer Harnett 

cor 7th and 826 n 4th 
Koonce Albert L (A L K & Co), bds 

Marlborough House 
Koonce A L & Co (Albert L Koonce), 

grocers 121 s Front 
*Koonce Catherine, cook h 516 n 9th 
*Koonce Fanny, washerwoman h 516 

n 9th 



KOONCE 



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LANE 



Koonce Frederick (K & Canady), bds 

Marlborough 

*Koonce Minerva, cook h 516 n 9th 

Koonce & Canady (Frederick Koonce 

and Henry F Canady), grocers 11 

n 2d 

Korb Louisa wid August, saleslady 

C W Polvogt & Co h 216 s 5th 
*Kornegay Samuel, brakeman h 613 

n 8th 
■^^Kornegay Uzelia, nurse h 613 n 8th 
Krahnke F Henry, mercht tailor 113 

Princess h 71 1 s 2d 
Kramer James W Rev, pastor Brook- 
lyn Baptist Church h 917 n 4th 
Kuch John H, grocer wines and 
liquors ship chandler and com mer 
6 n Water h 610 Chestnut 
Kuhl Carl L, grocer 622 Nixon h 515 

Harnett 
Kuhl Frederick W, 515 Harnett 
Kuhl Henry, oiler h 515 Harnett 
Kuhl Henry R, policeman h 515 

Harnett 
Kuhlken Bernard J, grocer 601 Bruns- 
wick 
Kuhlken John, elk Swann cor 6th 
Kunold Charles, lab 12 17 Market 
Kure Hans A, mngr Seaman's Friend 

Society 102 s Front 
Kure Sarah H wid Harry H, 120 Castle 
Kure William, water supplies for ships 
h 102 s Front 



Lafella Frank, asst janitor p o h 714 

n 4th 
*Lamb Albert, drayman 1220 Princess 
*Lamb Alexander, lab 515 Nixon 
*Lamb Chester, lab 1002 Chestnut 



*Lamb Cora, cook h 1112 Princess 
Lamb Frank P, salesman and grocer 

520 McRae h 211 n 4th 
*Lamb Hester, washerwoman h 811 

Red Cross 
*Lamb Mary, washerwoman h 1002 

Chestnut 
Lamb Mattie A wid Henry, 209 n 2d 
*Lamb Rennard, lab 515 Nixon 
Lamb Walter H, elk 520 McRae 
Lamira Kate Miss, 321 Castle 
*Lamont Alexander, lab n 12th nr Mar- 
ket 
LaMott William, condr h 317 s 2d 
Lander Joseph, mldr h 619 s 6th 
Landin William, brickmason h 61 1 

Wooster 
*Lane Allen, lab 619 n 10th 
Lane Benjamin F, trav salesman Ches- 

nutt & Barentine h Wilton N C 
Lane Benjamin F, lab 708 Wooster 
*Lane Elijah, barber 15 Dock h 510 

s 6th 
■*Lane Emaline, washerwoman h 

1012 n 5th 
*Lane Frances, maid h 606 Red Cross 
^Lane Frank, butler h 506 Bladen 
*Lane Henry, lab 20 n i ith 
*Lane Isaac, lab 709 n 8th 
'^Lane Isaac, porter h 7th cor Campbell 
*Lane James H, painter h 410 Red 

Cross 
*Lane John, lab 416 Wooster 
^Lane John, porter 709 n 8th 
Lane Joseph S, elk h 614 Orange 
*Lane Laura, cook h 606 Red Cross 
Lane Martha wid George, Baptist 

Home 718 s 5th 
*Lane Robert, painter h 410 Red Cross 
*Lane Sarah, washerwoman h 1012 

n 5th 



oia-^ ^<)t^wi^ U 



LANE 



^,pL.f £.S0^^\ 



I 
LeBOO 



iT-ane Sarah E wid William H, 614 

Orange 
Lane William H,bkbdrh 614 Orange 
■•^Lane William H, driver h 716 McRae 
^Lanely Wesley, lab — 6th 
*Laney Eliza J, r 713 n 2d 
*Langdon Sarah, washerwoman h 814 

Gerdes' al 
Lanier James M, watchman h 1313 

n 4th 
Lanier Joseph F, driver So Express 

Co h 1305 Market 
■^Larkin Sargeant, lab 1207 Brown's al 
Larkins Belinda A wid William, 517 

Dock 
*Larkins Carrie, washerwoman h 208 

Davis 
Larkins Charles, elk 410 n 3d 
*Larkins Edward, fireman Wilming- 
ton Refrigerating and Ice Wks h 5th 
bet Red Cross and Walnut 
*Larkins George W, driver I2i6n 5th 
*Larkins Lewis, driver h 914 n 8th 
*Larkins Lucy, 1214 Brown's al 
*Larkins Madison, cooper h 1020 

Queen 
*Larkins Mary, cook h 1 1 10 Chestnut 
*Larkins Mary, washerwoman h 913 

Cleveland 
*Larkins Nancy, cook h 711 n 6th 
*Larkins Samuel, lab 112 s 13th 
*Larrington Anthony, lab 812 s 5th 
*Larrington Lina, washerwoman h 8 10 

McCumber's al 
*Larrington Philip, lab 311s 4th 
Lasperye Martha J, wid Alfred M, 602 

Chestnut 
Latham Harry N, elk h 104 Red 

Cross 
Latham J Dawson, elk S & W H 
Northrop h 104 Red Cross 



Latime Edward S, 208 s 3d 

Latimer Elizabeth wid Zebulon, 126 

s 3d 
Latimer William, pres The Acme 

Mnfg Co (Ltd) h 126 s 3d 
*Latt Henry, drayman h 1 10 St James 

ave 
Latta Dozier L, elk A C L h 409 n 

Front ^i^^ ^S^^ 
Latta John "R, asst auditor A C L h 

408 n Front 
Latta Maria C Miss, teacher h 311 

n 7th 
Latta William L, bkkpr 12 s Front h 

408 n Front 
*Lattie John, lab 13 14 James 
Lavendar Henrietta Miss, music 

teacher h 119 s 5th 
*Law Mary, cook h 506 Swann 
Law Edward R, printer h 508 Ann 
*Lawder Kate, 1304 n 8th 
Lawrence Renah Miss,teacher Gregory 

Normal Institute h 613 Nun 
*Lawrence Richard, lab loio n 2d 
^LaviTson Jasper, porter h 209 n loth 
*Lawson Vergil V, lab 623 n loth 
Lawther Thomas A, locomotive engnr 

h 207 (Mulberry) Grace 
""Lawyer Michael, lab 918 n 5th 
Leach Lessie Miss, teacher Tileston 

High School h 214 n 4th 
*Leak Archie, lab 1019 Princess 
*Leak John, lab 826 Fanning 
*Leak Sidney, lab 314 Red Cross 
*Leake Daniel, lab 814 s 2d 
Leake Edward, lab 6th nr Brunswick" 
Leany Joseph S, engnr W N & N Ry 

Co h 607 s 2d 
Leavitt Thomas H, evangelist h 608 

s 5 th 
*LeBoo Alexander, lab 1207 n 7th 



'-'^.W^-T' ^4-^**-' » 



LeBOO 



(184) 



LEONARD 



*LeBoo Benjamin, driver 603 Church 
*LeBoo Prince, lab 1207 n 7th 
*LeBoo Prince S, cooper h Wilson's al 

nr Nun 
*LeBoo William, cooper h Wilson's al 

nr Nun 
Lee Cutlar, elk h 402 n 2d 
'•'Lee Daniel, grocer 2 s nth h loi s 

13th 
*Lee Edward, lab 915 Chestnut 
Lee Frankie Miss, 209 McRae 
*Lee Hattie, cook h 915 Chestnut 
*Lee Henry, driver h 1015 Princess 
Lee Jane C wid Benjamin F, 402 n 2d 
Lee Johanna wid John, 713 s 8th 
*Lee John, lab 705 Ann 
*Lee John B W, lab 804 McRae 
*Lee Major, stevedore h 708 s Front 
*Lee Peter, lab 1209 Princess 
Lee R Bruce, elk 1 1 17 n 3d 
Lee Robert E, 801 Wooster h 803 s 8th 
Lee Sam, laundry 132 Market 
Lee Sin, laundry 315 n Front 
Leftwich George E, elk McNair & 

Pearsall h 406 n 3d 
Legge Ellen E wid Charles H, 411 

Dock 
Legge Hattie Miss, saleslady C W 

Yates & Co h 411 Dock 
LeGrand George S, chf elk A C L h 

21 1 Chestnut 
^LeGrand Lewis, lab 220 Cr.'tle 



-LeGWIN BROS (John J and Lott 

M LeGwin), book and job printers 

1225^ Princess — phones old and 

new 220 

LeGwin David K, elk h 824 McCum- 

ber's al 
LeGwin F'orney B, engnr h 314 s 4th 
LeGwin John H, elk LeGwin Bros h 

421 s 5th 
LeGwin John J (LeG Bros), h 421 

s 5th 
LeGwin Lott M (LeG Bros), h 906 

Chestnut 
■^LeGwin Simon, lab 1310 n 4th 
LeGwin William F, carp 812 Chestnut 
Lemmond William W, elk A C L h 

517 s Front 
*Lemons David, lab 19 n nth 
*Lennard Hayes, lab 715 s 6th 
**Lennard Jacob, lab 713 s 6th 
*Lenoir Emma, washerwoman h 417 

Princess 
*Lenom Eastman, lab 916 Dawson 
'^Leonard Abraham, lab Dock cor 17th 
*Leonard George, cooper h 319 s 7th 
*Leonard Jerry, lab 13 18 n 5th 
Leonard John W, 1207 Market 
*Leonard Lulie, r 1106 Swann's al 
*Leonard Robert, stevedore h r 1 10 
Orange 
I Leonard Wade B, mngr Postal Tel- 
Cable Co h 419 s 5th 



L-eGWIN BROTHeRS, 
Job Printing, Ruling, and Binding, 

122}4 Princess Street, - - WILMINGTON, N. C. 



LESLIE 



(185) 



LITGEN 



Leslie Alexander H, painter h 706 

Castle 
Leslie Alexander H Jr, elk 706 Castle 
Leslie Charles E, elk 215 Market h 

71 5 Castle 
*Lethridge Alice, seamstress 16 n 2d 

h Love's al 
*Letlow George, lab 404 s 7th 
*Levingston Fannie, 15 10 Market 
*Levingston Samuel, lab 15 10 Market 
Levy A P, mercht h 5 Post-Office ave 
Levy Morriss, salesman h 219 n 3d 
Lewis Annie Mrs, seamstress 107 n 3d 
*Lc\vis Annie, housemaid h 613 n 6th 
*Lewis Benjamin L, grocer 304 s 7th 
Lewis Charles R (Myers & L), h 215 

n 5th 
Lewis Edward F, elk McNair & Pear- 
sail h 922 n 8th 
Lewis Elijah H, pilot h 813 Bladen 
*Lewis George, driver h 1203 " 7th 
Lewis George G, salesman 11215 ^ 5th 
*Lewis Henry, stevedore h r 8 1 5 Front 
Lewis James A, cabinetmkr h 610 

Brunswick 
Lewis James P, elk 8 s Front 215 n 5th 
*Lewis John, woodsawyer 501 Church 
*Lewis John, porter h 417 n 5th 
*Lewis Laura, cook h 409 n 9th 
*Lewis Louisa, washerwoman h 1501 

Market 
Lewis Margaret wid Jesse, dressmkr 

619 Castle 
*Lewis Mary, 514 Bladen 
*Lewis Mary, washerwoman h 614 

Kidder's al 
*Lewis Melvina, cook h 613 n 6th 
Lewis Minnie, spooner h 720 Queen 
Lewis Nancy wid Edward, 720 Queen 
Lewis Peruvia J wid William, 514 

Wooster 



Lewis Robert B, engnr h 5 n 3d 
Lewis Sallie G wid John D, 418 s 3d 
Lewis Thomas C, bkkpr Murchison & 

Co h 404 n 6th 
Lewis William G. sten A C L 215 n 5th 
*Lewis Winnie, cook h Meadow al 

bet 8th and 9th 
Libquist Charles A, engnr 11 1 Castle 
'Liebman Alexander, dry goods 124 

Market h 106 n 5th 
Life Ins Co of Virginia, John D Dar- 

den supt 12 n PVont 
*Lilly Frank, blksmith h 304 n lOth 
*Lilley Sallie, washerwoman h 304 

n loth 
Lilly Edmond, cotton mill h 504 

Orange 
^Liley Isaac, lab 1009 Market 
*Lily Isaac, lab 11 13 Meadow al 
*Linder George W (G W L & Co), h 

32 s Front 
. Linder G W & Co (George W Lin- 

der), grocers and liquors 32 s Front 

« Linder Richard/rlk 32 s Front 

*Lindsay Norman, lab iioi Hutaff al 

Lindstrom Walter R, carp 213 Castle 

Lion Ins Co (The) of London, W W 

Harris agt ii8 n Water 
Lippitt Devereux H, cashier and ac- 
countant Alex Sprunt & Son h 115 

s 2d 
Lippett Jane D wid Joseph J. 306 

Orange 
Lippitt Thomas B, elk Atkinson & Son 

h 306 Orange 
Litgen Annie K Mrs, propr Central 

House h 115 Market 
Litgen Henry, grocer 420 Market bds 

115 Market 
Litgen J Henry, barkpr h 115 Market 
Litgen Richard, 115 Market 



LITGEN 



(186) 



LOVE 



Litgen Richard G, salesman N B Ran- 
kin h io8 Castle 
Litgen William G, barkpr 115 Market 
^Little William D, porter 714 McRae 
Littleton David C, carp h 12 12 s Front 
Littleton Edward J, weigher Worth & 

Worth h 312 Queen 
^Littleton George T, carp 503 Walnut 
Littleton John F, elk Worth & Worth 

h 314 Queen 
^Littleton Susan, dressmkr 305 Castle 
^Livingston Anthony, lab lOii (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Livingston Clarence C, supt Powers, 

Gibbs & Co h 107 n 6th 
Livingston Holland Miss, dressmkr h 

lOii (Mulberry) Grace 
^Livingston Samuel, lab 1222 Market 
*Livingston Stephen, lab 5^4 Church 
*Lloyd Armenia 709 n 3d 
*Lloyd Jacob, carp h 812 s 2d 
Locey George H, 116 n 3d 
Lockamy Aaron, farmer h 723 s 3d 
Lockard Mamie Miss, 502 Taylor 
Lockey Caleb P, atty at law and bar- 
ber 121 s Front h Dawson cor 7th 
Lockfaw John A, mchst4i5 Princess 
Lodor James C, chf elk U S engnr's 

off h 15 n 5th 
*Loften John, drayman h 1007 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Loften Mary J, cook h 612 n loth 
*Loftin August, shoemkr h 1009 

Shaw's al 
*Loftin Bradley, porter h 1019 s lith 
*Loftin Clara, washerwoman h 610 

Church 
Loftin Frank, lab 812 s 7th 
*Loftin Green, lab 806 Walnut 
Loftin Ike C, salesman C W Polvogt 
& Co rms 319 Chestnut 



*Loftin James H, porter h 210 n loth 
•*Loftin McLean, grocer 15 n 2d h 10 
n 13th 
*T.oftin Major, drayman h 306 Market 
*Loftin Mary, cook h 10 n 13th 
*Loftin Rufus, lab 107 s 13th 
*Loftin Wright, cook rms 15 s Wa- 
ter 
*Loftin Wright, shoemkr 704 n 4th h 

1 1 1 1 n 9th 
*Logan Robert, lab 10 14 James 
*Lomax James, lab 12 13 Love's al 
*Lomax Susan, 121 1 Brown's al 
London Assurance Corporation (fire), 

113 n Water Atkinson & Son agts 
London Louis, ins agt bds 109 s 2d 
*Long Benjamin, lab loii Castle 
*Long Bishop R, driver Neill McKin- 

non h — Campbell 
*Long James, lab 708 Ann 
*Long Samuel, lab 1118 Princess 
Lord F A, bkkpr Holmes & Watters 
and vice consul Spain h 304 s Front 
*Lord John, lab 102 Marsteller 
Lord Joseph M, mngr Periodical Tick- 
et Adv Journal Co bds 109 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Loughlin Ethelbert B, elk 614 s Front 
Loughlin James, elk Front street mkt 

h 614 s Front 
*Louis Frederick R, lab 1008 n 6th 
*Love Albert, drayman 1 106 Love's al 
*Love Alfred, drayman h 511 n 9th 
Love DeWitt C (C W Yates & Co), h 

406 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Love Frederick, grocer 920 Miller 
Love George F, salesman h 121 s 8th 
*Love Helen, cook h 815 Castle 
*Love Joseph L, driver h 511 An- 
derson 
Love Junius G, 315 Red Cross 



f r^u r i^v -*. /^^^ ) 



LOVE 



(187) 



McCAB 



Love Lilly B, bkkpr The So Distilling 

Co bds 3 Post-Office ave 
Love Owen F (O F L & Co), h 222 

n4th 
» LOVE OWEN F & CO (Owen F 

Love), hardware stoves &c 1 14 n 

Front — phone old 138 

• Love Richard R (R R L & Bro), h 

314 n 7th 
. Love R R & Bro (Richard R and 
Thaddeus D Love), com mers gro- 
cers and genl agts Merchants and 
Farmers Steamboat Co 24 n Water 
Love Richard S, inspr naval stores 
24 n Water bds 408 Chestnut 

* Love Thaddeus D (R R L & Bro), h 

408 Chestnut ^'^ '"^ t^^^ 
Love William J, physician 401 Chest- 
nut 
*Love Zach, 706 Ann 
*Lovett Robert, driver 18 s Front h 

— s 1 1 th 
*Lovick Benjamin, lab 715 Church 
*Lovick David, lab loio Orange 
*Lovick Robert, lab 614 s nth 
*Lovick Thomas H Rev, h 613 s nth 
*Lovitt John, drayman h 7 s 7th 
*Lowe James, fireman h 712 n 8th 
*Lowe John, porter h 710 n 8th 
*Lowe Larry, lab 715 n 2d 
*Lowe Tena, washerwoman 917 s 2d 
Lowenberg M, ins agt bds 109 s 2d 
*Lowrey James A,blksmith 716 Prin- 
cess h 405 Campbell 
*Lowrey James A, painter h 405 

Campbell 
*Lowry Hattie B, nurse h 910 n 8th 
*Lowry Ida A, nurse h 910 n 8th 
*Lowry James B,. porter h 910 n 8th 
Lucal Elizabeth, washerwoman h 1005 
(Mulberry) Grace 



*Lucas Annie, cook h 405 n loth 
*Lucas Benjamin J, porter h 212 s 7th 
*Lucas Daniel, lab 912 Cleveland ave 
*Lucas David J, barber 713 Anderson 
*Lucas Elizabeth, 310 n loth 
*Lucas Henrietta, cook h 912 Cleve- 
land ave 
*Lucas John, lab r 308 s Front 
*Lucas Matilda J, 11 13 Princess 
*Lucas Silvie, washerwoman h 713 

Anderson 
*Lucas Thomas, lab 310 n loth 
Lumley Zachariah T, pressman Caro- 
lina Publishing Co h 14 n 9th 
Lupo Thomas E, carp h 315 Bladen 
Lutheran Parochial School, Mrs Annie 

J Miller prin 6th cor Princess 
Luthern Bethel, 301 n loth 
Lynch Adolphus B, paymstr A C L h 

420 Walnut 
Lynch Alexander E, condr 411 n 4th 
Lynch P P, sec-treas National Rice 

Milling Co h New Orleans 
Lyon Maurice A, ship elk Armour 

Packing Co h 412 n 3d 
*Lyons Pompey, lab 113 Wooster 



M 



McAlister Mary F, cook h 1107 Char- 
lotte 
*McAllister Margaret, cook 17 n nth 
*McArthur Charles, blksmith h 513 

n 7th 
McArthur Charles M, salesman A 

David & Co h 412 n Front 
McArthur Harry O, condr h 412 n 

Front 
*McArthur Neal D, lab 513 n 7th 
McBryde Walter T, elk The Orton 
McCab Richard, carp h 613 s 6th 



McCALISTER 



(188) 



Mcculloch 



*McCalister Abraham, lab 815 Dawson 
*McCall Emma, house servant h 108 

s 1 1 th 
^McCall Benjamin, lab 108 s nth 
McCaleb Thomas D, fish pkr W H 

Yopp h 414 Walnut 
McCallum Harry I, elk James T Riley 

& Co h 806 Chestnut 
McCartney James F, elk h 805 s 8th 
McCartney James W, lab 805 s 8th 
k McCartney John C, plumber h 215 

s 6th 
McCartney Robert R, lab 817 n 7th 
McCaw Myron, grocer 805 s Front h 

807 s Front 
McCennis John C, elk h 513 Hanover 
*McClain Rebecca, cook h 105 n loth 
*McClain Sylvester, lab 105 n lOth 
*McClammy Adeline, washerwoman 

h 613 s loth 
> McClammy Benjamin A, grocer h6i9 

s 7th 
McClammy Charles W, brickmason h 

620 s Front 
^McClammy Christopher, porter h 3 

Magnolia al 
McClammy Edward L, mchst h 818 

Chestnut 
■^McClammy Enoch, lab 3 Magnolia al 
McClammy George J, policeman h 818 

Chestnut 
McClammy Herbert, atty at law 216 

Princess h 221 n 4th 
• McClammy James D, elk h 619 s 7th 
■^McClammy John W, shoemkr h 706 

Ann 
*McClammy Lora, washerwoman h 

1019 Princess 
*McClammy Lucy, peddler h 606 s 9th 
McClammy Margaret F wid Charles 

W, 221 n 4th 



^McClammy Mary, cook h 606 s 9th 
McClammy Nellie Miss, nurse h 411 

Harnett 
McClammy Nora Miss, spinner h 707 

s 5th 
' McClammy Richard P, book and job 
printer 10 Orange and owner The 
Evcnmg Dispatch h 620 s Front 
*McClammy Wilson, lab 805 n 6th 
McClanton Nack, lab 1221 n 4th 
^McCleland William, lab 1301 n 5th 
*McClennen Boyd, lab 607 Nixon 
*McClenny David H, drayman h 510 

Taylor 
*McClenny Susie, teacher private 

school h 510 Taylor 
*McClennon Peter, lab 816 n 8th 
McClure Alexander D Rev D D, pas- 
tor St Andrews Presbyterian Church 
h 309 n 4th 
McCollum Benjamin, shoemkr 105 n 

2d h 913 Meadow 
*McCray Albert, barber 8 n 2d h 716 

Walnut 
*McCuller Charles, driver 322 n 

Water h 918 n 3th 
*McCuller Christopher, lab 918 n 5th 
*McCuller Edward, lab 206 Marstel- 

ler 
*McCuller Emma, cook h 514 Dick- 
inson , 
*McCuller Frank, lab r 121 s Front 
*McCuller Lloyd, baker h 510 n 6th 
*McCuller Moses, blksmith 605 s 

Front h 206 Marsteller 
*McCuller Sarah, nurse h 514 Dick- 
inson 
*McCuller Thomas, lab 5 14 Dickinson 
. McCulloch Duncan T, watchmkr and 
jeweller 25 s Front bds Fulton 
House 



McCULLOUGH 



(189) 



McFARLAND 



*McCulIough Elisha, porter 412 n 5th 
McCumber James R, mchst bds 712 

n 4th 
McCumber Josiah, butcher 1 108 n 4th 
McCumber J T, blksmith 11712 n 4th 
*McDade Emma, 1206 James 
*McDade Joel, fireman h 12 14 James 
*McDade Thomas, fireman h 12 14 

James 
McDaniel Joseph B, porter h 409 

Church 
*McDaniel Joshua, lab Meadow al 

bet 8th and 9th 
■'^McDaniel Manchel, lab Meadow al 

bet 8th and 9th 
McDermott Nonie Miss, saleslady A 

D Brown h 406 n 6th 
McDonald Alexander D, physician 

SiSj4 n4th h 313 n 4th 
*McDonald Ella, cook h 916 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*McDonald Esther, washerwoman h 

421 s 4th 
*McDonald Frank, butler 319 s Front 

h 116 n 6th 
*McDonald Julia, cook h 615 s 9th 
McDonald Lottie L Miss, saleslady A 

E ReVille h 1 12 n 7th 
*McDonald Lucretia, washerwoman h 

820 Walnut 
McDonald Moses, uphr H H Tate h 

Swann cor 7th 
*McDonald Robert, mer tailor 20 n 

2d h 301 Queen 
McDonald Thomas, sten A C L h 214 

Nun 
McDougal James, chf stevedore Alex 

Sprunt & Son h 208 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
McDougall John, mldr bds 504 n 

Front 



McDougall John H, mchst h 314 

Walnut 
*McDuffie Andrew, lab 912 Orange 
McDuffie Eliza A wid George, 310 

McRae 
*McDuffie James, lab 912 Orange 
McDuffie J Dallas, paperhgrand uphr 

107 n 3d 
■■^McDufiie Pearson, lab 912 Orange 
*McDuffy John, farmer h 1013 Prin- 
cess 
*McDuffy Julia, washerwoman h 1013 

Princess 
*McDuffy Katie, cook h 618 s 8th 
*McDuffy Robert, lab 606 Red Cross 
McEachern Alexander O, bkkpr 126 

n Water h 212 s 2d 
' McEachern Duncan, com mer 126-128 

n Water h 1 1 1 s 7th 
» McEachern Emma wid John S (John 

S McEachern), h 212 s 2d 
McEachern John S (Mrs Emma 

McEachern), feed dlr 2ii Market 
McEachern Neil M, mngr 211 Market 
McEachern William H, elk 211 

Market h 114 s 6th 
*McFadgen Moses, lab 1014 Front 
McFadgen Thomas, saw-mill bds 113 

Dock 
McFadgen Oscar, ins solr h 913 n 3d 
*McFarlan Eliza, cook h 215 n 6th 
*McFarlan James, lab 307 Bladen 
*McFarlan Lucy, washerwoman h 307 

Bladen 
*McFarlan Samuel, lab 1014 n 2d 
*McFarlan Thomas, lab 12 10 Market 
*McFarlan William, lab 215 n 6th 
*McFarland Alfred, confr 617 Nixon 

h 619 Nixon 
*McFarland Benjamin, porter 113 

Market h 1005 n 8th 



15 



McFARLAND 



(190) 



McINTYRE 



*McFarland Pessie, cook h 517 s 7th 
*McFarland Dollie, cook h 808 Mc- 
Donald al 
*McFarland Gertrude, 11 17 James 
McFarland Henry G, elk A C L h 

414 n Front 
^McFarland James, lab 619 Nixon 
*McFarland James H, drayman h 1003 

Wooster 
*McFarland Joseph, lab 517 s 8th 
*IY[cFarIand Joseph, lab 715 s 9th 
*McFarland Mary, 13 19 James 
■^McFarland Maurice, lab 619 Nixon 
*McFarland Samuel, lab 512 Taylor 
McFarlane James H, 414 n Front 
McFarlane Sarah L wid William H, 

414 n Front 
*McGary George, lab 209 s nth 
^McGary Margaret, washerwoman h 

— Meadow al 
McGeachy John A, bkkpr S P 

McNair bds 520 Market 
*McGee Henry, cook h 510 n 7th 
*McGee Jeremiah Rev, pastor Mount 

Zion Methodist Church h 609 

Bladen 
*McGee Silas, hostler h 220 Walnut 
McGee Thomas H, bridge bldr bds 

Sutton House 
McGehee Harry D (Sharpe & McG), 

h San Antonio Texas 
McGirt Harry S, elk h IIO s 6th 
McGirt Mary E wid A G, iio s 6th 

*McGowan , lab 905 n 9th 

McGowan James M (J Wannamaker 

& Co), and district mngr Sun Life 

Assurance Co justice peace and 

notary 213 Princess h 713 Orange 
McGowan Noah, 407 s 4th 
^McGowan Richard, porter h 912 

Castle 



McGowan William A, elk W M 
Gumming and notary h 414 s 2d 
""McGuire Elsie, maid h 709 McRae 
*McGuire Joshua, lab 11 15 Market 
*McGuire Sarah, cook h 907 Orange 
Mcllhenney Richard J, electrician h 

903 n 4th 
Mcllhenny Henry H, asst supt Wil- 
mington Cotton Mills h 120 n 5th 
Mcllhenny Thomas C, 109 n 3d 
Mcllhenny Thomas C Jr, agt W N & 

N Ry Co h 109 n 3d 
Mclnnerney Daniel, mchst h 518 Red 

Cross 
Mclnnerney Thomas J, salesman S & 

B Solomon h 518 Red Cross 
Mclnnis John F, elk 605 n 4th h 513 

Hanover 
Mclntee John, coach bldr h 701 s 3d 
Mclntire James A, bkkpr h 913 n 3d 
Mclntire John M, drug elk 121 Mar- 
ket h 819 Market 
Mclntire Mingo, lab 1228 Charlotte 
*McIntire Nellie, 1228 Charlotte 
Mclntire Robert M, drygoods and 
notions 107 Princess h 819 Market 
Mcintosh Lizzie Mrs, propr Fulton 

House 
Mcintosh Neill, timber agt bds Ful- 
ton House 
*McIntyre Emma, washerwoman h 

1015 Queen 
*McIntyre George C, lab 1205 n 6th 
Mclntyre James, lab 1205 n 6th 
Mclntyre John, waiter h 610 Church 
*McIntyre Nancy, 1322 n 5th 
*McIntyre Samuel, lab 908 Cleveland 

ave 
Mclntyre Susan N wid Andrew J, 

301 s 6th 
*McIntyre William, lab 1015 Queen 



McIVER 



(191) 



McLAURIN 



Mclver Jordon T, broker h 310 s 6th 
*McIver William T, switchman h 702 

n loth 
*McKathern James, barber h 508 s 6th 
McKay Malcom, steward h 209 s 6th 
McKeathen Janie A wid Joseph, 907 

n 3d 
McKeithan Daniel T, sec and genl 

mngrThe Bridgers and McKeithan 

Lumber Co h Burke S C 
*McKeithan Henry, lab 1019 n Front 
McKenny William J, lab 1202 Front 
*McKenzie Benjamin J, porter h 8th 

nr Queen 
McKenzie Eugene V, carph 802 Dock 
*McKenzie Thomas A, carp 317 s 6th 
McKinney G D, dyer bds 816 s Front 
McKinney George F, drawheads bds 

816 s Front 
*McKinney James, lab 408 Bladen 
*McKinney Thomas, shoemkr 7th nr 

Nun h 719 Nun ^^^,^ -c.!^ j^/^^^ 
McKinnon Neill, grocer 3 s Water h 

510 n 4th 
McKinzie Annie, cook 11917 Chestnut 
McKiver Evander, printer bds 319 
*McKoy Bros (Edward and John Mc- 

Koy Jr), grocers 518 s 7th 
McKoy Cann S, driver Atlantic S F 

E Co No I rms 320 Princess 
McKoy Catherine wid James A, 219 

Red Cross 
*McKoy Damon, lab 703 Red Cross 
McKoy Edward, elk h 102 Orange 
*McKoy Edward (McK Bros), h 1105 

n 7th 
*McKoy Eliza, washerwoman h 1113 

Dock 
*McKoy Emma, cook h 812 n 3d 
*McKoy Frank, shoemkr 107 ^/^ n 2d 

h 517 Taylor 



*McKoy Frank, lab 117 s loth 
*McKoy Frederick, lab 505 n 7th 
'^McKoy George, hostler 1 1 2 Chestnut 
*McKoy Hannah, cook h 117 s loth 
*McKoy Harriet, cook h 413 s 7th 
'^McKoy Henry, lab 816 Castle 
*McKoy James B, lab 811 n 5th 
^McKoy John, drayman h 516 Taylor 
*McKoy John Jr (McK Bros), h 1 105 

n 7th 
*McKoy Josephine, nurse h 612 n 7th 
*McKoy Katie, washerwoman h 910 

n 8th 
*McKoy Louis, porter 610 Anderson 
*McKoy Lucy A, cook h 622 s 7th 
*McKoy Maria, cook h Princess nr 

n 1 6th 
McKoy Robert H, atty at law h 510 

s 3d 
*McKoy Simon, blksmith h 1305 n 5th 
*McKoy Thomas, farmer h 1 105 n 7th 
McKoy Thomas H, elk h 102 Orange 
*McKoy Van, lab 206 n lOth 
McKoy Walter S. sten Wilmington 

Cotton Mills bds 120 Dock 
McKoy William B, atty for Mechanics 

Home Assn rm i Smith bldg h 402 

n 3d 
*McLain Martha, cook h 415 n 8th 
*McLain Sallie, 211 Wooster 
*McLane Henry, barber 11 s Front h 

804 s 3d 
McLauchlin Annette Ewid DuncanJ, 

120 (Mulberry) Grace 
McLauchlin Eliza wid Benjamin L, 

801 Market 
*McLauchlin Oscar, lab 1015 Castle 
*McLaurin Caesar, truckman h 318 

Wooster 
McLaurin Lauchlin W, bkkpr 212 

n Front h 418 Chestnut 



McLAURINE 



(192) 



McNeill 



McLaurin^ John, mngr and editor N 

C Presbyterian h 619 Orange 
*McLaurine Bray, lab 807 Red Cross 
McLean Averett A, trav salesman 
Powers, Gibbs & Co h Gastonia N C 
*McLean Emma J, washerwoman h 

920 n 8th 
*McLean Mary, 13 17 n 5th 
*McLean Rebecca, cook h 1112 Prin- 
cess 
McLeod Don E, tel opr C F & Y V 

Ry Co bds The Victor 
McLeod Maria L Avid Isaac H, prin 

Hemenway School h322 n Front 
McLeod William A, carp h 7i6>^n 2d 
McLeod William T, waiter h 106 Wal- 
nut 
*McLoughlin John driver h 622 Surry 
McMillan George, lab 410 Hanes' al 
McMillan G James, salesman C W 

Polvogt & Co h 104 n 5th 
^McMillan Hattie, nurse h 720 Ann 
* McMillan Henry, lab 415 s 6th 
McMillan Henry J, elk h 414 Dock 
*McMillan John, lab 808 Castle 
-'•McMillan Louis, bottler h 506 n 9th 
*McMillan Mary, cook h 506 n 9th 
*McMillan Mary, washerwoman h 

12 18 Charlotte 
*McMillan Rose, cook h 604 McRae 
*McMillan Susan, cook h 618 Orange 
McMillan W D, physician 104 n Front 

h 414 Dock 
*McMiller Patience, 717 s Front 
*McMiller Robert, lab 918 n 7th 
McMillian Elizabeth A wid Francis A 

B, 313 Red Cross 
McMillian Levi, mngr Excelsior Shoe 

Store h 412 n Front 
McMillian Thomas, locomotive engnr 
h 313 Red Cross 



McNair Duncan, condr bds 41 1 n 4th 
McNair John F (McN & Pearsall),bds 

The Orton 
"^ McNair Sion P, who grocer and com 

mer 222-224 " Water rms Y M C A 
McNair & Pearsall (J F McNair and P 

Pearsall), who grocers and com mers 

319-321 Nutt 
*McNeal Joseph, lab 209 Brook's la 
*McMeil Bella, 1206 n 4th 
*McNeil Duncan, lab 1018 n Front 
*McNeil Edward, lab 713 Brunswick 
^McNeil Garfield, lab 5 1 1 s 9th 
*McNeil Grace, 2 Nixon 
*McNeil Henry, cook h 417 s 7th 
*McNeil Henry, lab 512 Ann 
*McNeil Hester, washerwoman h 218 

n loth 
*McNeil Isaiah, cooper 910 Love's al 
*McNeil Isham, driver h 1304 Dock 
*McNeil James, cook h 7 1 3 Brunswick 
*McNeil James, lab 420 Harnett 
*McNeil James G, lab 511 n 9th 
*McNeil Jeffrey, lab 918 Dock 
*McNeil John, lab 218 n lOth 
*McNeil Nancy, cook h 420 Har- 
nett 
*MeNeil Perdie, lab 508 n 8th 
'^McNeil Philip H, waiter h 714 n 2d 
*McNeil Polly, 12th nr Market 
*McNeil Robert, lab 420 Harnett 
*McNeil Sarah, washerwoman h 420 

Harnett 
*McNeil Washington, carp h 214 

Walnut 
*McNeil William, drayman h 510 

Church 
McNeil William H, tailor 10 n 2d h 

1 1 15 Market 
*McNeill Cornelius, confr 1009 s 

Front h nr Kidder's mills 



McNeill 



(193) 



Mackenzie 



McNeill Franklin (McN & Gore), h 

520 Market 
*McNeill William, lab 713 Ann 
*McNeill William C Jr, porter h 417 

s 7th 
McNeill & Gore (Franklin McNeill 

and John H Gore Jr), attys at law 

and notary rms 4-5 Smith bldg 
McNorton Ashford L, salesman 131 

Market bds Fulton House 
*McPherson Flora, cook h 707 J/2 Ann 
*McPherson Henry, elk A S Heide h 

602 Orange 
McPherson Joseph V, dairy kitchen 

25 Market 
*McPherson Josephine, cook h 310 

s 8th 
*McPherson Robert J, restaurant 306 

Nutt 
McPherson Susan L wid James B, s 

6th nr Market 
McQueen Henry C(Murchison & Co), 

h 318 s Front 
■^McQueen James, lab 1219 u 7th 
McQueen William H, lab 818 Castle 
*McRae Anthony L, grocer 519 

Campbell h 517 Campbell 
McRae Budd Susan A wid Gilford 

M, 316 McRae 
*McRae Caroline, washerwoman h 

609 n 8th 
McRae Donald, sec-treas Wilmington 

Cotton Mills h 711 Market 
*McRae Edmund, lab 310 n 6th 
*McRae Henry, 814 n 3d 
*McRae Henry, butcher h 1204 

Love's al 
*McRae James H, lab 112 Brunswick 
*McRae Jannet, dressmkr 618 n loth 
McRae Johanna wid John , h 4 1 1 Har- 
nett 



*McRae John, confr 521 s PVont h 

215 Church 
*McRae John C, butler h 518 Church 
*McRae John W, lab 215 Church 
*McRae Lucy, 112 Brunswiclc 
*McRae Mack, barber 8 n Water 
McRae Mordock, mchst 314 Hanover 
*McRae Sarah K, teacher h 609 n 8th 
*McRae William H, butcher stall 5 

4th street mkt h 618 n lOth 
"McRae William S, lab 609 n 8th 
*McRay Albert, barber h 716 Walnut 
McRary Pattie M wid William H, 224 

Market 
*McRee Ella, cook h 617 s 8th 
*McRee Hagar, cook h 617 s 8th 
McRee Joseph H, civil engnrand city 

surveyor h 123 n Front 
*McRee Lucy, cook h 617 s 8th 
*McRee Minerva, h 617 s 8th 
*McRee Samuel, lab 617 s 8th 
McSween William, locomotive engnr 

bds 219 Red Cross 
*Mabson Edmond B, fireman h 216 

Walnut 
*Mabson George, painter h 116 n 9th 
*Mack Eliza, cook h 212 n lOth 
*Mack Eliza, washerwoman h 917 

Princess 
*Mack Elizabeth, washerwoman h 208 

n loth 
*Mack George, driver h 813 Swann 
^'Mack Harriet A, cook h 1018 n Front 
*Mack Henry, driver Princess nr lOth 
*Mack Henry, lab 405 Taylor 
*Mack Henry, lab 212 n lOth 
*Mack John, !ab 6 Price's al 
*Mack William, lab 1018 n Front 
*Mack William H, hib 917 Princess 
MacKENZIE LOVING P, agt Ar- 
mour Packing Co h 215 n 2d 



Macrae 



(194) 



MANNING 



MacRae Hugh, pres Wilmington Cot- 
ton Mills h 715 Market 
DMacRae James D, contr h 420 Orange 
MacRae Roderick, civil engnr h 210 

s 5th 
MacRae Walter G, civil engnr h 210 

s 5th 
Macks Addie Miss, 719 Market 
Macon Henry, plumber h 508 s 6th 
*Macon Maria, cook h 913 Dock 
Madden James, agt Cape Fear River 
Transportation Co Black River 
Packet Co and Town Creek steam- 
ers h 409 n Front 
*Maddock John, steward h 605 s 8th 
■*Madison Caroline, 131 5 Brown's al 
Maear Frank, tailor A David & Co h 

314 Church 

MAFFITT C D & CO (Clarence D 

Maffitt and William N Harris), ship 

chandlers and grocers 116 n Water 

Maffitt Clarence D (C D M & Co), h 

520 Dock 
Maffitt Emma H wid Capt John N, 520 

Dock 
Maffitt John L, salesman h 323 s 4th 
Maffitt Kate D wid Eugene A, 520 

Dock 
*Maguire Silas, lab 13 16 Brown's al 
Mahler Charles P B, grocer 501 n 4th 
Mahn Mary M wid William, 413 Red 

Cross 
Mahoney John, printer bds 420 n 3d 
*Malachie George, lab Brunswick bet 

4th and 5th 
^Malett Mary J, teacher Peabody pub- 
lic school h 616 Campbell 
Mallard Clinton F, foreman bds 1115 

n 3d 
Mallard Junius H, trav salesman 18 
s Front h 213 n 5th 



*Mallett Alexander, packer h 604 

Campbell 
*Mallett Alonzo, lab 12th bet Market 

and Princess 
*Mallett Charles R, carp 220 Walnut 
*Mallett W P, driver h 608 Campbell 
*Mallette Alexander, 310 Meadow al 
*Mallette George, lab 821 s Front 
*Mallette Scipio, lab 11 12 Hutaffal 
Malloy A D, prof music 1108 n 6th 
*Malloy Ellen, cook h I2th bet Mar- 
ket and Princess 
Malloy Henry W, trav salesman Na- 

vassa Guano Co h Laurinburg N C 
*Maloyd Aaron, lab 1106 n 6th 
*Maloyd John, lab 511 n 7th 
Manchester Fire Ins Co of England, 

12 Princess 
^*Manly Alexander L, editor the Wil- ' 

mington Record h. 514 McRae 
^*MANLY FRANK G, mngr The ^ 

Record Publishing Co h 5 14 McRae 
'>PManly Henry T, compositor the Wil- ^ 

mington Record h. 514 McRae 
*Manly Lewin D, foreman the Wil- */ 

mington Recordh. 514 McRae 
*Manly Rachel, cook h no s nth 
*Manly Thomas S, crp 514 McRae 
Mann Johanna wid Leonard H, 505 

Wooster 
Mann Samuel L, tinner 505 Wooster 
Mann William E, coach bldr h 505 

Wooster 
Manning Edward W Jr, elk Holmes 

& Walters h 613 Dock 
*Manning Maggie, washerwoman h 

1003 Wooster 
Manning Pierre B, atty at law rm 3 

Allen bldg h 714 Market 
*Manning Robert, elk G E Tilley & 

Co h 408 s 7th 



MANNING 



(195) 



MASK 



'^Manning Samuel, lab 1003 W'ooster 
*Mapson Jeffery, lab 605 n loth 
*Marabie Larrie, porter h 703 McRae 
*Maria Hall, Richard L Hutchins agt 

5 s 2d 
Marine Archibald, painter h 713 Daw- 
son 
Marine Hospital, s 8th cor Nun John 
Vansant surgeon U S marine hos- 
pital service 
Marlborough House, Mrs Emma Grif- 
fith propr 121 s Front 
*Marrible Larry, lab 703 McRae 
Marsh Susan M Miss, teacher Greg- 
ory Normal Institute h 613 Nun 
MARSHALL AQUILA J, atty and 
counsellor at law 214 Princess h 
913 Market 
"Marshall Betsy, washerwoman h 605 

Nun 
Marshall Basil H, sec to genl mngr A 

C L h 808 Princess 
Marshall Burgess W, sten A C L h 

808 Princess 
Marshall David C, elk h 808 Princess 
Marshall Elijah R, elk h 80S Princess 
Marshall John G (Jacob^S: M),h Prin- 
cess nr 8th 
Marshall John R, evangelist h 808 

Princess 
*Marshall Malachi, driver 1006 n 8th 
*Marshall Philip, lab 1013 Castle 
^Marshall Ringgold, waiter h 501 

Brunswick 
Marshburn James E, elk bds Marl- 
borough House 
Marshburn James M, elk 121 s Front 

bds Marlborough House 
Marshburn Matthew M (Biddle & M), 

h 601 s 5th 
*Marshburn Shade, lab 209 Brunswick 



*Martain Caroline, washerwoman h 

617 Wooster 
*Martain Carrie, cook h 1255 Shaw's al 
Martems Jacob W, sec-treas Wilming- 
ton Street Ry Co h New York 
Martin Alfred, 520 Dock 
*Martin Caleb M, drayman h 713 

Walnut 
Martin Cuthbert, 422 s Front 
^Martin Daniel A, lab 909 Cleveland 

ave 
*Martin David, lab 319 s iith 
MARTIN EUGENE S, atty at law rm 
1 Allen bldg and pres Wilming- 
ton Gas Light Co h 520 Dock 
*Martin Fannie, washerwoman h 605 

s loth 
*Martin Flora, cook 814 n 3d 
^Martin Harry, drayman 706 Hanover 
^Martin James E, foreman h 1008 n 5th 
*Martin John, lab 11 17 Princess 
*Martin Joseph, driver h i6th cor 

Red Cross 
"Martin Lily, washerwoman 605 s loth 
*Martin Lucy, washerwoman h 605 s 

1 0th 
Martin Minnie Miss, 816 s 8th 
*Martin Robert, lab 706 Hanover 
*Martin Robert H, carp h 414 s 4th 
*Martin Sarah, washerwoman h 1117 

Princess 
Martin W A & Co (William A Mar- 
tin), naval stores ill n Water 
Martin William A (W A M & Co), h 

520 Dock 
^Martin William M, lab 1020 n Front 
*Martin William M, lab 508 Swann 
*Mask John R, drug elk 12 n 2d h 7th 

nr Church 
* Mask Thomas R, physician and drug- 
gist 12 n 2d h 5 10 s 7th 



MASON 



(196) 



MEARES 



Mason Arthur, pressman The Messen- 
ger h 918 n 4th 
Mason Charles L, drayman h 616 s 3d 
Mason E Thomas, drayman h 616 s 3d 
Mason Fetus A, printer h 918 n 4th 
Mason Hezekiah W, carp h 918 n 4th 
Mason Jesse, drayman h 616 s 3d 
Mason Louis R, janitor h 620 s 3d 
Mason Robert B, cashier N C C Oil 

Co h 304 n Front 
^Massey Jane, washerwoman h 212 

Strauss' al 
"^Massey Sarah, washerwoman h 310 

Campbell 
Mate James D, drayman h 902 n 24th 
Mathews Junius J, lab 705 n 5th 
Matthews A Frank, lab Wooster cor 

Surry 
Matthews David W, chf engnr Wil- 
mington Compress and Warehouse 
Co h 917 n 4th 
Matthews John E, dentist 125 Market 

(up stairs) h 210 Nun 
*Mattliews Owen, porter h 13 12 

Brown's al 
Matthews Samuel, bkkpr h 917 n 4th 
Matthews Sarah wid Cornelius, Woos- 
ter cor Surry 
Matthias Several, 102 n 6th 
*Mauley George, lab iio s nth 
Maulsby Douglas, mchst 3 1 2 Campbell 
Maulsby Henry, painter 312 Campbell 
Maulsby Thomas, 312 Campbell 



Maunder J Frank, elk M W Divine & 

Co h 624 n 4th 
Maunder John, asst foreman N C C 

Oil Co h 710 n 4th 
Mavronichols Andrew, confr 705 n 4th ^ 
Maxted T H, lab 41 Cottage la 
May Catherine wid A 15 18, Market 
*May Fendel J, driver 10 Market h 2d 
*Maye James, lab 618 s 6th 
Mayer Frederick, 816 Dock 
Mayer Thomas A, saloon 129 Market 

h 816 Dock 
Mayes Catherine K wid Isaac, 824 

McCumber's al 
MAYLAND JOHN M, saloon 19 n 

Front h 108 s 7th 
*Mayo Laura J, cook h 815 n 8th 
*Mayo Randolph, lab 1008 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Mayo William E, chf engnr Chad- 
bourn Lumber Co h 307 Harnett 
Mayo William H, engnr h 307 Harnett 
*Mazone Charles, lab 712 Campbell 
Meares Adelaide Miss, teacher Union 

School h 712 s Market 
Meares Catherine DeR wid Col Gas- 
ton 225 Market 
Meares Eliza Miss, teacher Union 

School annex h 1 18 s 4th 
MEARES IREDELL, attyatlaw 17 
Princess — phone old 326 h 41 1 
Orange 
Meares Oliver P, atty at law 326 s 3d 



BELL TELEPHONES-Office 326, Residence 329. 

IREDELL 7VIEHRES, 



17 Princess Street, 



WILMINGTON, X. C. 



MEARES 



(197) 



MERRICK 



*Meares Richard, lab 510 s 5th 
Meares Thomas D, geni agt S A L h 

408 Market 
Meares T Wright, pres Saxapahaw 

Lumber Co h 326 s 3d 
Meares Walker, cotton buyer h 712 

Market 
*Mears Mary A, washerwoman h 703 

Red Cross 
Mebbin Charles P Jr, lineman Inter- 
State Tel Co 
Mechanics Home Assn, 125 Princess 

N Jacobi pres W M Cumming sec- 

treas 
Mechanics & Traders Ins Co of N O, 

12 Princess 
Meginney A Velaria wid Levin, 317 

Princess 
Meier Frank, stonectr h 1504 Market 
Meier Frederick, barkpr 126 Market 

bds 616 Ann 
Meier John, elk Saxapahaw Lumber 

Co h Brooklyn 
Meier John, steward Cape Fear Club 

h 518 Red Cross 
Meier John Jr, elk h 518 Red Cross 
Meier Joseph, mercht tailor 6 n 2d h 

313 McRae 
Meier Joseph C, elk h 313 McRae 
Mellem L M Miss, matron Gregory 

Normal Institute 
Mellen John, elk 114 n Front h 323 

s 5th 
*Mellette Charles H, painter h 616 

Campbell 
^Mellette William P, drayman h 610 

Campbell 
Melton Horatio, carp h 1201 n 4th 
Melton John R, chf police h 12 15 

Market 
Melton Walter, painter h 511 Castle 



*Melvin Hardy, lab 1019 Princess 
Melvin James H, boilermkr bds 406 

Walnut 
Mendelsohn Samuel Rev, rabbi Tem- 
ple of Israel h 411 Chestnut 
Mercer J Bascon (M & Evans), h 

215 s 2d 
"Mercer & Evans (J Bascom Mercer), 

boots and shoes leather and findings 

1 15 Princess 
Mercer William T (Thomas & M), h 5 

Market 
Merchants and Farmers Steamboat 

Co R R Love & Bro genl agts 24 

n Water 
Meredith William J, elk p o bds Fulton 

House 
Merkin John H, lab 316 McRae 
Merrell Seymour W, bkkpr bds 304 n 

Front 
Merrell W W, elk bds 304 n Front 
*Merrick Alexander, lab 1108 Dock 
*Merrick Alexander M, porter h 420 

n 5 th 
*Merrick Caleb, lab 814 s 5th 
*Merrick Caleb, lab 827 Fanning 
*Merrick Caroline, 1319 Brown's al 
*Merrick Elijah, driver h 716 McRae 
*Merrick Florence, maid h 312 n loth 
*Merrick Frederick S, coach painter 

h 807 n 5th 
^Merrick Isham, grocer 712 Nixon 
*Merrick James, hb r 720 n 5th 
*Merrick Lizzie, 820 Nixon 
"Merrick Louisa, washerwoman h 312 

n 1 0th 
'•Merrick Lula, washerwoman h II2 

s 9th 
*Merrick Margaret, nurse 312 n lOth 
*Merrick Margaret, washerwoman h 

701 Campbell 



MERRICK 



(198) 



MILLER 



*Merrick Margaret A, washerwoman 

h 71 1 Campbell 
*Merrick Mary, washerwoman h 112 

s 9th 
*Merrick Moses J, brickmason h 420 

n 5th 
*Merrick Richard, butler h 420 n 5th 
*Merrick Richard, coachman h 311 

n 3d 
*Merrick Rose, 15 s nth 
*Merrick Susan A, cook h 210 Davis 
*Merrick Thomas, lab 1108 Dock 
*Merrick William, lab 701 Campbell 
*Merricks Major, lab 714 Queen 
*Merriman James, lab 620 Nixon 
*Merriman Levy R F, lab 503 Walnut 
Merritt A Perry, contr h 815 n 5th 
*Merritt Edwin, 714 Solomon al 
*Merritt Fannie, nurse h 703 s loth 
*Merritt Ferrebee, cook h 713 Nun 
*Merritt Henry, lab 713 Nun 
Merritt Henry, lab 507 Harnett 
Merritt Hiram, carp h 611 Dock 
Merritt H Houston, elk A C L h 320 

Red Cross 
*Merritt James, driver 1216 Love's al 
^Merritt John, drayman bds 713 Castle 
Merritt Julian E, motorman bds 105 

Dock 
Merritt Marion J, lab 509 Harnett 
Merritt Mary wid Louis L, 320 Red 

Cross 
Merritt Minnie, 106 Brunswick 
■*Merritt Nancy, cook h 703 s loth 



Merritt Robert C, civil engnr bds 611 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Merritt Robert W, watchman h 92a 

n 6th 
*Merritt Samuel, lab 1018 Princess 
*Merritt Weldon, lab 703 s loth 
Merritt William H,lab 611 Dock 
Messenger {The,, daily and semi-week- 
ly Jackson & Bell Co proprs and 
' publishers 21 n Front 
Messenger Warren, engnr h 911 n 3d 
Metts James I, mdse broker 221 n 

Water h 414 n 2d 
Metts John V B, elk J I Metts h 414 

n 2d 
MEYER LEGER, mercht tailor 27 

Market 
Michalis Charles, grocer 823 s Front 
*Michell Tilley, cook h 906 Campbell 
*Middleton Austin, drayman h 912 

Castle 
*Middieton Harriet, 306 Brown's al 
*Middleton Leslie, driver h 720 

Orange 
Middleton W Russell, elk A C L h 

31 1 Campbell 
Miles Robert W, mngr Postal Tel- 
Cable Co h 213 (Mulberr}') Grace 
Millan Daniel D, flagman h 516 n 4th 
Millan George McK, lab 619 n 7th 
Millan I James, lab 619 n 7th 
Millan William H, lab 619 n 7th 
Miller Albert D, musician h 606 n 5th 
Miller Ann E wid Joseph S, 2 17 Dock 



7VTBRCHMNT • TMIL.OR 

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Cleaning, Dyeing, Altering, and Repairing at Reasonable Prices. 

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MILLER 



(199) 



MITCHELL 



Miller Annie J wid Frederick J (M & 
Co), and prin Lutheran Parochial 
School h 401 s 4th 
*Miller Anthony, carp h 717 s 9th 
*Miller Catherine, cook 1007 Shaw's al 
*Miller Charles, lab 825 Fanning 
Miller Charles M, painter h 318 n 9th 
^Miller David, lab 318 McKae 
*Miiler Edgar, porter 208 Brook's la 
*Miller Edgar, drayman h 831 Fan- 
ning 
*Miller Edgar Jr, porter 831 Fanning 
*Miller Eliza, washerwoman h 217 

McRae 
Miller F S, nappertndr h 718 s 2d 
*Miller Gray, lab 112 Walnut 
^Miller Hardy, lab 506 s 6th 
Miller Henry W, musician h 606 n 5th 
Miller Hugh L, trav salesman Navassa 

Guano Co h 414 n Front 
Miller James A, painter h 119 n loth 
Miller John, capt schooner Roger 

Moore h 219 Castle 
*Miller John, lab 835 Fanning 
*Miller John, lab Wilson's al 
*Miller John, porter h 318 Brunswick 
Miller John G, musician h 606 n 5th 
*Miller John R, carp h 3 1 1 s 7th 
*Miller Louisa, cook h 1017 n 5th 
*Miller Margaret, nurse h 610 s 6th 
■^Miller Maria, maid h 509 n 9th 
*Miller Mildred, maid h 717 s gth 
*Miller Sadie, 708 Harnett 
■^Miller Sarah, washerwoman h 718 

Kidder's al 
*Miller Seley, cook h 1 20 St James ave 
*Miller Silas, lab 621 s 5th 
»f*Miller Thomas C, real estate and 
pawnbroker 7-9 Dock h 216 Castle 
^ *Millcr Thomas C Jr, elk 7-9 Dock 
h 309 n 6th 



Miller & Co (Mrs Annie J Miller), 

druggists 4th cor Nun 
Millis George W, painter 82 i Wooster 
Millis James J, pressman the Star job 

office h 8th cor Castle 
Millis John C, 812 Wooster 
Millis John W, 719 Castle 
Millis Oscar, horse trader 113 s Front 
*Mills Andrew, lab 224 s 12th 

• Mills Frank T, sales and exchange 

stables 112-114 n Water 608 Dock 
Mills James, fisherman h 617 Surry 
*Mills James, lab 919 n 9th 
*Mills Willis, lab 309 s 6th 
*Milton Noble, sawyer h 707 n 8th 
Mints Samuel H, dry goods 717 s 7th 
Mints S H Mrs, elk 717 s 7th 
Mintz Albert B, engnr h 611 s Front 
Mintz Frederick, fireman bds 2 Castle 
Mintz Henry, watchman h 1022 n 3d 
Mintz James H, mchst h iioi n 3d 
Mintz John W, cooper h 812 s 8th 
Mintz Lydia Miss, 3 s 2d 
Mintz Samuel H, foreman Robinson 

& King h 717 s 7th 
Mintz William, off boy The Evetting 

Dispatch h 717 s 7th 
*Mitchell Abbie, 707 Howard 

♦ Mitchell B F Co, millers and who 

peanut dlrs 20-22 n Water Charles J 
Mitchell propr 
Mitchell Charles H, grain mill h 7 s4tli 
Mitchell Charles J, propr B F Mit- 
chell Co h 7 s 4th 
■^Mitchell Elizabeth, washerwoman h 

709 Campbell 
Mitchell Fanny J wid Joseph S, 4 s 7th 
Mitchell Frank H, elk 20-22 n Water 

bds 215 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Mitchell Hunley, lab 211 s I2th 
^Mitchell John, lab 818 Castle 



MITCHELL 



(200) 



MOORE 



^Mitchell Joseph, drayman h 31 1 s 6th 
^Mitchell Wesley, fish dlr h 8 1 8 Castle 
*Mitchell William, painter 4th nr 

Walnut h 709 Campbell 
*MitchelI William H, lab 709 Camp- 
bell 
Moffitt Alfred A, elk A C L h 31 1 s 

Front 
Moffitt Carrie Avid Alfred A, teacher 

Union school 311s Front 
Moffitt Margaret Miss, teacher Union 

school annex h 311 s Front 
Mohr Frederick W, elk 401 n Front 

h 608 Red Cross 
Mohr Henry, elk 1201 Market 
Mohr Jacob J, grocer 819 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Mohr John N Jr, driver 617 Red Cross 
Mohr Peter, grocer 1201 Market 
*Moncure Paul, lab 815 Dawson 
Mondler Frank, elk h 624 n 4th 
*Monk James, steward no Nun h 

Market nr i ith 
Monroe James G, painter h 217 n 3d 
Monroe James W, bkkpr Chadbourn 

Lumber Co h 316 n 2d 
Monroe John W, inspr naval stores h 

316 n 2d 
Monroe Mary D Mrs,dressmkr h 217 

n 3d 
Monroe Will P, elk h 308 n 2d 
*Montford Annie J, cook h 916 Dock 
*Montford Frank, lab 916 Dock 
*Montford George, lab 916 Dock 
*Montford Henry, butcher h 11 14 

Dock 
Montford Sarah D wid G, 516 Nun 
Montgomery Francis A, grocer 201 
Castle h 203 Castle .^.,^, 

Montgomery James A, harness and 

buggies 1 10 n Water h 904 Market 



Montgomery Robert A, elk 201 Mar- 
ket h 414 Castle 
Montgomery William H, elk 201 Cas- 
tle h 203 Castle 
*Moodey James W, 415 n loth 
Moody Charles A, soda waters h 709 

s 2d 
*Moore Aaron, 821 s 4th 
*Moore Amos, lab 613 Red Cross 
*Moore Annie, cook h 910 Campbell 
*Moore Benjamin, lab 224 s 12th 
•Moore Bernice C, elk 901 n 4th 
*Moore Cornelius, cook h 313 Nun 
*Moore David, lab 508 n 8th 
*Moore David D, driver rms 320 

Princess 
*Moore Delaware N, barber 105 Prin- 
cess h 415 McRae 
*Moore Delia, cook h 815 s 8th 
Moore Edward B, elk Worth & Worth 

h 621 Dock 
Moore Edward C, elk 26 n Front h 

708 Princess 
*Moore Elizabeth, cook h 1005 ^ 3^ 
Moore Elizabeth J wid Benjamin R, 

511 n 3d 
*Moore Elsie A, 1102 n 8th 
Moore Emanuel H, elk S P McNairh 

708 Princess 
*Moore Emma, washerwoman h Daw- 
son nr 7th 
Moore Eunice wid Edward J, 62 i Dock 
Moore Frederick J, asst cashier and 

ticket elk h 621 Dock 
*Moore George E, lab 11 20 Chestnut 
^Moore Henry, drayman h 512 Taylor 
*Moore Henry, lab 7 s nth 
*Moore Hester, washerwoman h 513 

n 9th 
Moore Hiram, com mer 215 Market h 
714 s 7th 



MOORE 



(201) 



moorp: 



■*Moore Horace, butler h 1019 Castle 
*Moore Hulley, 103 s 9th 
*Moore Ida, washerwoman looo n 6th 
*Moore Jackson P, lab 15 s lOth 
* Moo re James, drayman h 513 n 9th 
*Moore James, lab 821 s Front 
*Moore James, porter h 918 Orange 
*Moore James C, barber 9 s Front h 

422 s 4th 
*Moore James H, lab 10 10 Princess 
*Moore Jane, washerwoman h 11 20 

Chestnut 
^Moore Jane, washerwoman Brown's al 
*Moore Jane, washerwoman h 915 Mc- 

Koy al 
■*Moore Jennie, washerwoman h 610 

Anderson 
*Moore John, lab 814 n 8th 
*Moore John, lab 718 n 2d 
*Moore John W, mailing elk p o h 720 

Castle 
*Moore John W Jr, painter h 720 

Castle 
*Moore Josephine, washerwoman h 

821 s 4th 
*Moore Josephine, washerwoman h 

206 n loth 
*Moore Julia, 209 Brunswick 
*Moore Margaret,washerwoman h 807 

McDonald al 



*Moore Maria, servant h 224 s 12th 
*Moore Mary, cook h 817 Green 
■*Moore M A, washerwoman 61 3 n 6th 
'^Moore Merriman, porter h 412 Bruns- 
wick 
*Moore Michell, lab 206 n loth 
*Moore Nancy A, washerwoman h 

707 Hanover 
*Moore Nellie, cook h Swann nr 5th 
Moore Nettie wid Alexander H, 510 

Princess 
*Moore Olivet, lab 1205 McRae's al 
*Moore PoUie, cook h 702 McRae 
Moore P Quince, brick-yard h 113 

Chestnut 
*Moore Rachel, cook h 303 Forde's av 
*Moore Rensom,drayman h 716 Camp- 
bell 
*Moore Rebecca, 610 Anderson 
*Moore Robert, drayman h 515 n 

9th 
Moore Robert B, lab 719 s 3d 
Moore Robert H, baker 8 (Mulberry) 

Grace h 1023 n 4th 
MOORE ROGER, brick mnfr lime 
and cement 104 n Water h 113 
Chestnut — phone old 154 
*Moore Rosa, cook h 913 n 6th 
*Moore Rose, 1018 Market 
*Moore Reuben, lab 206 n loth 



I04 N. Water Street, 



Manufactursr 
of 



BRICK, *°^ r COMMON, REPRESSED, anrf FIRE BRICK, 



LIME, PORTLAND AND ROSENDALE CEMENTS ; SALT GLAZED 1 VITRIFIED 

SEWER-PIPE ; FIRE-CLAY PIPE, THIMBLES AND CHIMNEY HOODS, 

LATHS, SHINGLES (SAWED AND RIVED), ALUMINITE, 

CALCINE WALL FINISH, 



P^A.ir<TS, OIL^S, IBI^ILJSP^ES, 6cc, «Sco. 



MOORE 



(202) 



MORRISON 



*Moore Sallie, cook h loio Princess 
"Moore Sallie, nurse h 1019 n 2d 
*Moore Sarah J, washerwoman h 515 

n 9th 
*Moore Satire, washerwoman h 11 15 

Market 
*Moore Simon, farmer h 104 n nth 
*Moore Susan, washerwoman h 1018 
Market 
j^'^Moore Thomas, policeman h 415 
McRae 
*Moore Violet, 718 n 2d 
""Moore Walter, lab 803 Brunswick 
*Moore William, lab 816 s 5th 
*Moore William, plumber h 13 10 

McRae's al 
*Moore William, porter h 1007 n loth 
*Moore William A, atty at law Market 

cor 2d h 413 s 7th 
Moore William C, driver F W H & L 

Co h 5th cor Castle 
*Moore William C, barber 105 Prin- 
cess h 414 s 4th 
*Moore William H, lab Brown's al 
*Moore William H, lab 709 Hanover 
*Moore William H, job printer 6 

(Mulberry) Grace h 13 14 Market 
*Moore William T, plumber 119 n 
Front h McRae's al bet Howe and 
Taylor 
Morch Carl, steward bds 120 Castle 
*Morgan Bruce, porter 1017 Princess 
Morgan Emma wid John W, 508 n 6th 
*Morgan George, porter h 1017 Prin- 
cess 
Morgan George W, news dlr h 905 n 3d 
*Morgan James, lab 1017 Princess 
*Morgan Kate, cook h 407 Queen 
*Morgan Laura, cook h 1017 Princess 
*Morgan Maggie, cook h 1017 Prin- 
cess 



MORNING STAR (The), daily and 

weekly 9-1 1 Princess W H Bernard 

proprand editor — phone old 51 (see 

adv) 

Morran George, appr bds 120 Dock 

" MORRILL CHARLES D, contr and 

bldr 1 12 n 2d h 210 n 6th 
* Morris Augustus H, auctioneer crock- 
ery and glassware 103-105 Dock 
h 805 Chestnut 
Morris Harriet wid David, 120 n 7th 
*Morris Minnie, snack-house 410 Nutt 
Morris Nicholas, foreman 510 s Front 
Morris Robert H, salesman C W Pol- 

vogt & Co h 815 Chestnut 
Morris Walter S, mchst Carolina Bi- 
cycle Co h 510 s Front 
Morris Wilkes (Cronly & M), h 510 s 

Front 
Morris Wilkes M, elk h 510 s Front 
Morris William, appr h s Front bet 

Church and Castle 
Morris William J, locomotive engnr h 

417 Walnut 
Morris W Oscar, salesman A David 

& Co h 417 Walnut 
*Morriss Elmira, cookh 910 Campbell 
*Morriss Margaret, washerwoman h 

Dudley's al 
Morriss John E, locomotive engnr h 

520 n 3d 
*Morriss Maria, cook 1009 Shaw's al 
*Morriss Retty, nurse h 309 s 7th 
*Morriss Weary, fireman h 209 Han- 
over 
*Morrisey James, lab 809 Anderson 
*Morrisey John, butler 809 Anderson 
*Morrisey Stanley, lab 809 Anderson 
"^Morrisey Thomas, waiter h 809 An- 
derson 
Morrison George, 613 Princess 



MORRISON 



(203) 



MULLER 



Morrison Henrietta vvid Robert, 314 

n Front 
Morrison James C, mdse broker 203 

n Water h 20 n 5th 
Morrison Lila H Miss, teacher Hem- 

envvay School h 20 n 5th 
Morrison Thomas, 20 n 5th 
Morrison William R, livery stable h 

314 n Front 
*Morse Lucy, washerwoman h 6th nr 

Dawson 
Morse Nestus, porter h 119 St James 

ave 
Morse Sidney, washerwoman h 407 

Dawson 
MORTON GEORGE L, postmaster 
h 720 n 4th 
• Morton George L Co (The), Jesse 
Wilder mngr mnfrs spirits turpen- 
tine and dlrs in tar 615 Nutt 
Morton Mary C wid S H, 720 n 4th 
*Moseby Dicksey, lab 202 Brunswick 
*Moseby James, lab 704 n loth 
*Moseby Thomas, lab 704 loth 
*Moseley Charles J, driver h 419 

Brunswick 
*Moseley Frederick, lab 1 108 Love's al 
*Moseley John F, lab 815 n 6th 
*Moseley Levi, cotton tier h 8 1 5 n 6th 
*Mosely Abraham, lab Princess cor 

13th 
*Mosely Eliza J, cook h 715 Nun 
*Mosely Ellen, cook h 1019 n 2d 
*Mosely Emanuel, driver Howard Re- 
lief Steam Fire Engine Co h 1308 
Market 
*Mosely Emma, cook h 203 n 2d 
*Mosely Frederick, lab 203 n 2d 
*Mosely Hally, 901 Orange 
*Mosely Lucy, washerwoman h 901 
Orange 



*Mosely Mitchell, lab 905 Schutt's al 
*Mosely Sarah, cook h 814 Gerdes' al 
*Mosely Sarah, nurse h 305 s 6th 
*Mosely Washington, grocer h Bladen 

nr n 8th 
*Mosley Annie J, nurse h 41 1 Hanover 
*Mosley George, 505 n 9th 
*Mosley Harriet, washerwoman h 505 

n 9th 
*Mosley Lydia, washerwoman h 706 

n 8th 
Mosley Margaret, cook h 619 n 9th 
*Mosley Robert, lab 919 s lOth 
*Mosley Susan, cook-shop h 706 n 8th 
*Mosley William H B, lab 404 n 7th 
Mott Alexander L, painter h 728 Vol- 

lers' al 
Mott Andrew J, carp h 519 Hanover 
Mott Andrew T.clk h 520 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Mott Marion, plstr h 513 s 8th 
Mott Mary J wid Andrew, 520 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Motte Arthur B, elk W U Tel Co h 

406 s 5 th 
Motte Benjamin, foreman Morning 

Star h 406 s 5 th 
Motte Charles V, sten A C L h 406 

s 5 th 
*Mount Olive A M E Church, 2d bet 

Dawson and Wright Rev Anderson 

Stroud pastor 
*Mount Zion M E Church, nil n 5th 

Rev Jeremiah McGee pastor 
Mugge Carl, 202 Princess 
Mulford Charles W, elk h 1103 n 6th 
Mulford Elizabeth Miss, 315 Bladen 
Mulford Maggie E wid Thomas J, 

1 103 n 6th 
Mulford Thomas L, tinner 1103 ^^ 6th 
MuUer John M, 1117 n 5th 



MUMFORD 



(204) 



MURRAY 



*Mumford F, porter h 8th cor Dock 
*Mumford Victoria, cook h 816 n 3d 
MTJNDS JAMES C, druggist soda 

and mineral waters 104 n Front h 

419 n 3d — phone old 159 
Munds James T, drug elk 104 n Front 

h 419 n 3d 
Munds Martha S wid James D, 209 

Walnut 
Munds William C, druggist 601 n 4th 

h 402 n Front 
Munro Robert F,pres N C Cotton Oil 

Co h New York 
Munroe & Kelly (William Munroe 

(est) and M H Kelly), furniture 10 

s Front 
Munson Edward H, salesman Mun- 

son & Co h 319 Walnut 
Munson Horace H (M & Co), h 319 

Walnut 
Munson H Percy (M & Co), h 319 

Walnut 
Munson & Co (Horace H and H Percy 

Munson), clothiers and mercht tai- 
lors 32 Front 
Murchison Joel W, who and retail 

hardware 109-1 1 1 n Front h 316s 3d 
Murchison Kenneth M (M & Co), h 

New York city 
MURCHISON & CO (K M Murchi- 
son, W F Sorey and H C McQueen), 

bankers 1 1 1 n Front — phones 26 
*Murley Archibald, lab 410 Hanes' al 
*Murphey Emma, cook h 809 n 8th 
*Murphey Essex, lab 515 Brunswick 
*Murphey Frances, washerwoman h 

515 Brunswick 
Murphy Benjamin F, mstr car painter 

A C L h 218 n 9th 
*Murphy Clara, washerwoman h 702 

Queen 



*Murphy David, lab 512 Kidder's al 
*Murphy Elsie, washerwoman h 916 

s 9th 
Murphy Eva Miss, opr So Bell Tel & 

Tel Co h 8 n 4th 
*Murphy General, lab Wilmington 

Refrigerating and Ice Wks h 1319' 

n 8 th 
*Murphy George, lab 512 Kidder's al 
Murphy George E, elk James D Nutt 

h 8 n 4th 
*Murphy James, lab 702 Queen 
*Murphy James F, lab 806 Walnut 
Murphy James M, elk 206 Market h 

8 n 4th 
*Murphy Julia, washerwoman h 215 

Brook's la 
*Murphy Maggie, washerwoman h 

61 1 Ann 
*Murphy Robert, lab 604 Red Cross 
*Murphy Saluda, washerwoman h 

413 s 7th 
Murphy Sarah M wid P Henry, 8 

n 4th 
*Murphy Thaddeus, brickmason h 509 

Church 
*Murphy Wesley, lab 112 Walnut 
*Murphy William, cotton tier h 1307 

Brown's al 
*Murphy William, lab 406 Bladen 
*Murphy William M, lab 508 Walnut 
*Murphy W Pierce, driver h 13th nr 

Dawson 
*Murray Emaline, cook 1314 Market 
^Murray George, lab 709 Brunswick 
*Murray Horace, lab 1018 Castle 
*Murray Junius A (Yarborough & M), 

h 510 Walnut 
Murray Rebecca A wid James A, 602 

Chestnut 
Murray R M, policeman h 1006 n 4th 



MURRAY 



(205) 



NEIL 



Murray Robert T, lab 1115 n 3d 
Murray William R, carp h n 4th nr 

Hilton 
Murray Winnie A wid T D, 902 n 4th 
Murrell Zachariah E, mechanic h 713 

n 4th 
*Murray Alice A, washerwoman h 

1224 Rankin 
■^Murray Ellen, washerwoman h 415 

Castle 
Murrin Edward, mldr h 312 Hanover 
*Murry Kennon, lab 1224 Rankin 
Muse Frank A, salesman S & B Solo- 
mon h 109 n 8th 
Muse Nancy A wid Joel H, 711 Prin- 
cess 
Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co of Newark 
N J, W W Harriss agt 118 n Water 
Mutual Fire Ins Co of N Y, 108 Prin- 
cess 
Mutual Life Ins Co of N Y, 12 Princess 
*Myers Adel, cook h 1120 Red Cross 
-*Myers Charles, porter h n 5th bet 

Harnett and Swann 
Myers Charles D, salesman N B 

Rankin h 210 Chestnut 
Myers George B, elk 22 s Front h 514 

Chestnut 
■^^Myers Henry, nurse h 916 n 5th 
'■^Myers John P, driver h 916 n 5th 
Myers D DeRosset wid Charles D, 

210 Chestnut 
*Myers Louis, porter h 615 s 7th 
'^ Myers Rose, cook h 615 Kidder's al 
"Myers Thomas, lab Marsteller nr 

Surry 
Myers Thomas E, elk h 210 Chestnut 
*Myers William, lab 107 Castle 
* Myecs William, coachman h 6 n 4th 
^y'ers— ^St^ewfs (Charles R Lewis), 
booksellers and stationers 8 s Front 

16 



N 



^Nance Samuel, porter h 412 s 7th 

*Nash A D, waiter 510 McRae 

*Nash Catherine B, teacher h 510 
McRae 

*Nash Catherine J, seamstress h 51a 
McRae 

■■^Nash George, driver h 1003 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 

Nash Henry K Jr, mngr Paterson, 
Downing & Co h 16 s 3d 

*Nash Oliver, waiter, b 51Q McRae 

*Nash William H, barber h 706 Red 
Cross 

Nathan Aaron A (S A Schloss & Co), 
h 14 n 4th 

"^Nathan Joseph, mason h 413 Harnett 

NATIONAL BANK OF WIL- 
MINGTON (The), John S Arm- 
strong pres William Calder vice- 
pres James H Chadbourn Jr vice-pres 
F R Hawes cashier Front cor Prin- 
cess — phone old 68, new 195 

National Fire Ins Co of Hartford, W 
W Harriss agt 118 n Water 

National Rice Milling Co, 7 Chestnut 
Pembroke Jones pres P P Lynch 
sec-treas Henry Kahn vice-pres J L 
Toon elk in charge 

Navassa Guano Building, Water cor 
Princess 

•NAVASSA GUANO CO, fertilizer 
mnfrs Navassa bldg Charles E 
Borden pres William L DeRosset 
sec-treas — phones 89 

*Neal Edward, lab 610 s 6th 

*Neal Mary A, 918 n 8th 

*Neal Rosabelle, 918 n 8th 

*Neil Benjamin, lab 703 Campbell 

*Neil David, carp h 510 Bladen 



NEIL 



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NICHOLS 



*Neil Frederick, cooper h 506 Dick- 
inson 
*Neil George, lab 805 McDonald al 
*Neil Henry, lab 1018 n 5th 
*Neil James, porter h 911 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Neil John, lab 510 Bladen 
*Neil John, lab 1207 s 2d 
*Neil John, lab 210 s 7th 
*Neil John W, letter carrier h 612 An- 
derson 
*Neil Martha, dressmkr h 210 n 9th 
*Neil Robert, lab 210 n 9th 
Neilson Elizabeth wid Anthony, 211 

n 3d 
Neiinier John, engnr h 216 s 6th 
Nelms John E, foreman ACL shops 

h 9 1 1 n 4th 
Nelson Adolph,mldr h 211 s Front 
Nelson Albert F, lab 1204 James 
*Nelson Henry, lab 118 s 8th 
*Nelson Richard, lab 506 McRae 
*Nelson.Step}ien^orter 705 Hanover 
Nevv George B, photographer 401 
Meirket h 214 Blaney's al 
^^^"Hhw^erry A, grocer 322 n Water h 
1013 Market 
*Newberry George, lab 612 n loth 
*Nevvberry Martha, cook h 612 n lOth 
*Newberry Sarah, washerwoman h 612 

n lOth 
Newbury Annie wid Frank A, 810 

Market 
Newell Kate wid Dr James F, 41 1 s 6th 
Newell L Lester, elk W B Cooper h 

4 1 1 s 6th 
*Newkirk Alice, 1203 Brown's al 
Newkirk Haywood F, mchst h 13 s 7th 
*Newkirk Isham, drayman 808 Bladen 
Newkirk Minnie Miss, saleslady C W 
Yates & Co h 206 n 6th 



*Newkirk Thomas, lab 716 Hanover 
*Newkirk William, lab 821 Green 
Newkirk William S, mchst h 824 

(M ulberry) Grace 
Newkirk Winslow B, mngr 206 n 6th 
Newland Maria, cook h 103 n 9th 
Newman Elsie wid Joseph, dressmkr 

19 s 2d 
Newman Henry, salesman S & B 

Solomon bds Bonitz House 
*Newman Henry, lab 913 n 9th 
Newman Joseph, salesnxan h 719 
, Market ^^,^^,^^0^^ ^^^^^ 
Newsome J Frank, observer \3"^%^^^ 

Weather Bureau h 208 n 7th 
Newsome Thomas J, salesman h 208 

n 7th 
Newton Columbus P, printer h 207 

s 4th 
Newton Georgiana wid Thomas W, 

207 s 4th 
Newton James M, yard foreman The 

Fore & Foster P M and S and B Co 

h 905 n 6th 
Newton William F F, printer h 61 2 

s 5 th 
Newton William J, lapper h 907 n 3d 
Niagara Fire Ins Co of N Y, 12 Prin- 
cess 
*Nichols Annette, washerwoman h 506 

Swann 
*Nichols Caleb, 714 Harnett 
*Nichols Emanuel, lab 307 Forde'save 
*Nichols Georgiana, nurse h 109 n 

1 2th 
*Nichols Henry, confr 6th cor Bladen 

h 714 Harnett 
*Nichols James, lab 511 n 9th 
*Nichols James, lab 713 s 6th 
*Nichols James A, lab 714 s 6th 
Nichols Mamie Miss, 515 Campbell 



NICHOLS 



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NIXON 



"Nichols Margaret, 611 n 6th 
*Nichols Mary, cook h 714 s 6th 
*Nichols Thomas, lab 1205 n 6th 
^Nicholson Addie, nurse 512 Hanover 
*Nicholson Mary, cook 512 Hanover 
*Nickson Richard, lab 5 s 7th 
Nielson Andrew C, patent medicine h 

716 Castle 
Nicndorf Charles H, sawyer h n 4th 

nr Hilton 
NIESTLIE WILLIAM, druggist 

620 Red Cross — phones 216 
NIMOCKS R M, agency cotton and 

naval stores W J Bergen mngr 2 

Princess 
Nimocks Robert M, pres Carolina 

Cooperage Co h Fayetteville N C 
*Nixon Adeline, 714 Nixon 
*Nixon Amanda, cook h 1506 Market 
"Nixon Amos, 711 Church 
"Nixon Bertha, cook h 20 n iith 
*Nixon Betsie, 716 Front 
*Nixon Charles, lab 716 s 9th 
*Nixon Christian, cook h 609 n loth 
^Nixon Claiborne, lab 713 Church 
"Nixon David, lab 809 s 9th 
*Nixon Edith, cook h 715 n 8th 
*Nixon Edward, brickmason h 211 

McRae 
*Nixon Ella, washerwoman 716 s 9th 
*Nixon Ells, lab 116 n loth 
*Nixon Frederick, porter 616 n Front 
*Nixon George, driver h 803 n 8th 



*Nixon Hannibgil, lab 13 18 James 
"^Nixon Harry, porter h 608 Nun 
*Nixon Ida, cook h 1506 Market 
*Nixon Isaiah, lab 12 14 Market 
*Nixon James, lab 905 Wooster 
Nixon John A (Fales & N), h 125s 8th 
Nixon John D, yard watchman h 7th 
cor Harnett 
^ *Nixon John O, grocer 801 Nixon h 
707 Brunswick 
*Nixon John O, lab 1302 n 4th 
*Nixon Joseph, lab 309 Meadow al 
*Nixon Julia, cook h 905 Queen 
*Nixon Laura, washerwoman h 913 

Schutt's al 
*Nixon Linda, cook h 420 Wilson's al 
*Nixon Maria, cook h 920 n 5th 
*Nixon Martha, cook h 1006 Prin- 
cess 
*Nixon Mary, maid h 905 Wooster 
*Nixon Rebecca, s i6th cor Dock 
*Nixon Robert, lab 811 Bladen 
*Nixon Sally, cook his 7th 
•^Nixon Samuel, fireman h 705 Nixon 
*Nixon Samuel, lab 800 Fanning 
*Nixon Susan, seamstress h Swann bet 

n 5th and 6th 
Nixon Thomas E, barkpr loi n 2dbds 

Sutton House 
*Nixon Vina, cook h 215 s 12th 
^Nixon West, lab 715 n 8th 
Nixon William, 622 s7th 
-Nixon William H, painter h 10 s 7th 



Druggist and I^^liarxnacist, 

620 Red Cnss St., S. W. cor. 7th St., WILMINGTON, N. C. 

'PHONES (OLD AND NEW) 216. 

"VsTILL SEI?,-V"E "S^OTJ JDj^lT ^^nSTID JSrXG-fSlT^ 



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NOBLES 



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^ ^' ]^^y^p^^'n 



OLDENBUTTEL 



Nobles Marcus C S.supt pufe'lic sehoojs 

*Noice Henry, carp h 1107 McRae'^sal 
Norden Erich, chief engnr Cape Fear 

Lumber Co bds 517 n 4th 
Norgard Edward, mchst h 516 11 2d 
North British and Mercantile (fire) of 

London and Edenboro, 1 13 n Water 

Atkinson & Son agts 
- North Carolina Cotton Oil Co (Wil- 
mington Mills), R F Munro pres H 

E Wells vice-pres Justis E Ralph 

sec-treas Hilton -- '^ ^ STt^ 
North Carolina Presbyterian (weekly), 

rms 6-7 AUenbldg John McLaurine 

mngr and editor 
Northam James, coir h 113 n 7th 
Northam Ophelia Miss, ii3n 7th 
Northern Assurance Co of England, 

12 Princess 
Northrop Annie Twid E A, 5 14 Dock 
*Northrop Catherine, 1106 Hutaff al 
Northrop Isaac, lumber inspr S & W H 

Northrop h 602 Church 
Northrop Robert H, supt S & W H 

Northrop h 9 s 8th 
Northrop Samuel (S & W H N), h 5 14 

Dock 
Northrop Samuel B, delivery elk So 

Express Co h 113 Castle 
• NORTHROP S & W H (Samuel 

and William H Northrop), lumber 

who and saw mill Surry bet Queen 

and Castle— phone old 10, new 30 
Northrop William H (S & W H N), 

h 15 s 5th 
Northrop William H Jr, bkkpr S & W 

H Northrop h Dock cor 5th 
Norwich Union Fire Insurance Socie- 
ty of Norwich England, 113 n 

Water Atkinson & Son agts 



*Norwood Charles, registrar of deeds 

h 609 s 1 0th 
Norwood Charles F, timekpr ACL 

h 208 s 2d 
^^Norwood John G, carp h 202 Walnut 
Norwood J Wilkins, pres Wilmington 

Savings and Trust Co and Atlantic 

National Bank h 914 Market 
Norwood W R Vance, printer h 308 

n Front 
^Norwood William H, letter carrier h 

720 n 5th 
*Noyes M Ellen, teacher Williston 

Graded School h 1014 n 7th 
*Nugent James W, lab 917 s 2d 
*Nunley Jennie, cook 508 Nixon al 
*Nutt Amanda, cook h 617 s 9th 
• NUTT JAMES D, druggist 220 n 

Front h 319 (Mulberry) Grace — 

phone old 150 (see adv) 







O'Brien John, barkpr 420 Nutt h 309 n 
Front 

O'Brien Martin, grocer 410 Nutt h 
309 n Front 

O'Brien Robert, silversmith h 1408 
Howard 

O'Connor Bernard F, vice-pres Wil- 
mington Street Ry Co h New York 

O'CONNOR DANIEL, real estate 
and loans 112 Princess h no Prin- 
cess (see adv next page) 

Odam Annie Miss, nurse 807 Wooster 

*Odam Daniel, lab 409 Wooster 

Odd Fellows' Hall, 105 n 3d 

Oldenbuttel Henry D, grocer 301 s 
Front cb-^-^' ^"^^ 

Oldenbuttel John G, grocer 918 Mar- 
ket 



OLDHAM 



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ORTMANN 



D. O'CONMOR, 

.^^^k, Jm^ar tH^JI^ ^b^ -*~-^ f^^aiT <dk. .<£r^3k. .^t^ -*■ ^fi^3kk ^^^K .^woir 4A.^lk J^ m 

110 Triiicess Street, - - WILMINGTON, N. C. 

Stores, Offices and Dwelling for Rent. Houses and Lots for Sale on Easy Terms. 
Rents, Taxes, and Insurance Attended to Promptly. 

CASH LOANED ON IMPROVED CITY PROPERTY. 



*01dham Alexander, lab 807 Bruns- 
wick 
Oldham Jolin A, huckster h 410 Queen 
Oldham John A Jr, elk h 410 Queen 
Oldham Thomas B, elk 8-10 Dock h 

216 s 3d 
"Oldham William, lab 306 Meadow al 
Oldham William P (W P O & Co), h 

216 s 3d 
Oldham William P Jr, elk A C L h 

216 s 3d 
Oldham William P & Co (William P 

Oldham), com mers 8-10 Dock 
^Oliver Amanda, cook h 303 Wooster 
Oliver William B Rev, pastor First 

Baptist Church h 216 s 3d 
Oiler Charles L, boilermkr h 710 n 3d 
Olston John, shoemkr 18 s 2d 
"Onslow Jacob, pastor Christian 

Church h 1015 (Mulberry) Grace 
"Onslow Mary, washerwoman h 1015 

(Mulberry) Grace 



*Onslow Mary C, washerwoman h 

1015 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Onslow William F, porter h 1015 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Orient Lis Co of Hartford Conn, 113 

n Water 
Ormsby James O, carp h 804 n 3d 
Orrell Edward A, shoemkr 211 Prin- 
cess h 316 n 9th 
Orrell Ida wid Robert H, 609 s 2d ^ e^ 
Orrell Jacob D, grocer 901 Gwynn 
Orrell James W, messr W U Tel Co h 

609 s 2d 
Orrell John A, elk Standard Oil Co 

h 102 s 4th 
ORRELL ROBERT C, livery and 

boarding stable 217-219 n 3d h 315 

Dock — phone old 47 
Orrell Thomas R, elk Alex Sprunt & 

Son h 315 Dock 
Orr William J, lab 306 Harnett 
. Ortmann F W, saloon 17 n 2d 104 n 5th 



ROBERT C. ORRELL, 

—PROPRIETOR— 

LiYery,Sale^^'ExctiaogeStal)les 

AIND STOCK VARDS. 

Corner Third and Princess Streets, - WILMINGTON, N. C. 

PERSONAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO BOARDING HORSES. 




ORTMANN 



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parkp:r 



Ortmann Frederick W Jr, barkpr 17 n 

2d h 104 n 5th 
ORTON (The), 109-117 n Front 

Robert W Wallace & Co proprs — 

phones 79 
*Osborne Abraham, lab 11 16 James 
■^Osborne Frank, lab 806 n 6th 
Ossen Martin V, elk 918 Market 
O'Sullivan P O John, mechanic h 719 

Orange 
O'Sullivan W B John, elk 719 Orange 
Otersen William G A, letter carrier h 

503 Harnett 
Ottaway J Henry, elk h 204 s Front 
Otten Annie wid Deitrich, grocer 519 

Nixon 
Otten Elizabeth Miss, elk 519 Nixon 
Otten Henry F, elk G R French & 

Sons h 406 n Front 
*Otters Carrie, nurse h 802 n 7th 
*Outler Watson, lab 413 Sampson's al 
*Outley Isaac, lab 517 Nixon 
Overby Ida wid John, tailoress 134 

Market 
*0\vens Charles, porter h 323 Nun 
Owens Henry, lab 811 Castle 
*Owens William, lab 9 Price's al 



^aca Mollie Miss, Baptist Home 718 

s 5th 
*Paddison James H, lab 309 s 7th 
Paddison J Carl, elk W N & N Ry Co 

h 3 Post-Office ave 
Padrick Evy J, carp h 619 Church 
Padrick Moses, car inspr h 718 n 5th 
Pae Thomas J, condr h 622 n 4th 
Page Walter C, lab 910 n 3d 
*Paine Mary E, 1206 n 6th 
*Paine Thomas, lab 810 Gerdes' al 



Palatine Ins Co of England, 12 Prin- 
cess 

*Palmer Anna, cook h 509 Nixon's al 

Palmer Harry W, news reporter The 
Evening Dispatch h 2 1 5 s Front 

Pamlico Ins and Banking Co of Tar- 
boro N C, 12 Princess 

Parham John T, foreman The Messen- 
ger bds The Fulton House 

*Paris Elsie, washerwoman h 1003 
(Mulberry) Grace 

*Parish Annie J, washerwoman h 512 
Orange 

Parker Albert P, tel opr S A L h 
(Mulberry) Grace cor 4th 

Parker Arthur M Jr, elk bds 408 
Chestnut 

Parker Benjamin J, mason h 308 s 8th 

Parker Christopher C, paints and oils 
2131^ Market and grocer 520 Woos- 
ter 

Parker Clarence C, mchst h 520 
Wooster 

Parker Claude N, elk h 619 Church 

Parker Edward E, lab 514 Wooster 

Parker Edwin P, resident agt The 
Equitable Life Assurance Society 
of U S h 510 Market 

*Parker Fanny, cook h 416 Chad- 
bourn ave 

Parker Herman H, lab 520 Wooster 

Parker P L, timber dlr bds Sutton 
House 

Parker Manoah M, painter bds 504 n 
Front 

*Parker Margaret, cook h 418 Chad- 
bourn ave 

Parker Mary E wid W M, 214 n 2d 
a Parker Nicholas F, elk h 411 Dock 

*Parker Rosa, nurse h 416 Chad- 
bourn ave 



PARKER 



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PEARSALL 



Parker William H, carp h 202 Church 
Parker William T, engnr ill Market 
Parlor Market, 18 n Front 
*Parks John W, fireman 1 105 Love's al 
Parmele Edgar G, dep coir U S Cus- 

tom-House h 214 n 4th 
Parmele Ethel Miss, teacher ynion 

school h 214 n/4th S-*^ f y 
Parmele Sarah A wid Charles, 316 

n 3d 
Parsley George D, lumber inspr ft 

Chestnut h 312 s 2d 
Parsley Henry N, elk Murchison & 

Co h 116 (Mulberry) Grace 
Parsley R Aubry, sec-treas Hilton 

Lumber Co h 1 16 (Mulberry) Grace 
Parsley Walter L, pres Hilton Lum- 
ber Co h 711 Market 
Parsley William M, billing elk A C L 

h 214 Chestnut 
^^Paskers Jerry, shoemkr h 711 Surry 

• Pate Albert M, grocer 320 Brunswick 

h 720 n 3d 
Pate Fanny R wid Stephen W, 916 

n 7th 
^Paterson Charles, lab 815 Castle 

* PATERSON, DOWNING & CO, 

mngr naval stores 115 n Water H 
K Nash Jr — phones 12 
^Patrick Charles H, porter h 815 n 7th 
^Patrick Ella, r 113 s Front 
^Patrick Ellis, lab 11 12 Love's al 
^Patrick John, lab 707 Hanover 
■* Patrick Margaret, nurse h 914 Cleve- 
land ave 
■*Patter Mary, cook h 2 Millis al 
^Patterson W^illiam, lab 518 Nixon 
*Pattison Anna, cook h 518 Castle 
*Pattison Rosa L, cook h 1018 James 
Paul Abram, elk 204 Princess h 209 
Princess 



Paul David, elk 204 Princess h 209 

Princess 
Paul Edward, mchst h 822 s Front 
Paul James C, oiler h 822 s Front 
*Paul Lisbon, painter h 511 McRae 
Paul Nathan, confr 204 Princess cloth- 
ing 13 s Front h 209 Princess 
Paul S Jane wid William, 822 s Front 
Paul William, oiler h 822 s Front 
*Payne Charles, lab 920 Walnut 
Payne Farinda W Miss, teacher Union 

school h yj I Market 
*Payne Francis, brickmason 518 n 6th 
*Payne John, lab 920 Walnut 
*Payne Louis H, cooper h 920 Walnut 
*Payne Rebecca, cook h 703 Bladen 
*Payne William T, lab 821 Millis al 
*Peabody School, 6th bet Red Cross 

and Campbell Mrs James B Dudley 

prin 
*Peabody School Annex, 619 Bladen 

Annie E Brown prin 
*Peace Frances, house maid h 703 

Campbell 
*Pearce David, lab II2 s 13th 
*Pearce Delia, cook h 1012 n Front 
*Pearce Priscilla, washerwoman h 406 

Harnett 
*Pearce Sarah, washerwoman h 907 

Orange 
*Pearman George, barber 719 n 4th h 

308 Brunswick 
Pearman George, huckster Fifth Ward 

mkt h 618 Wooster 
■^Pearman Mollie, 1113 Love's al 
*Pearman Moses, barber 820 n 4th h 

916 n 8th 
^Pearsall Cordelia, cook h 1 104 Dock 
*Pearsall D, washerwoman h 512 Ann 
*Pearsall Eliza, washerwoman h 614 

n 7th 



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PEARSALL 



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PERSARD 



*Pearsall Ernest, porter h 1 104 Dock 
Pearsall Frederick L, asst bkkpr Hall 

& Pearsall h Fernside 
*Pearsall Hagar, cook h 1005 Marlcet 
*Pearsall John, lab 5 12 Ann 
*Pearsall Mollie, seamstress h 915 

Schutt's al 
*Pearsall Moses, driver Atlantic S F 

E Co No I rms 320 Princess 
*Pearsall Nixon, driver h 915 (Mul- 

berr}') Grace 
Pearsall Oscar (Hall & P), and pres 

Wilmington Produce Exchange h 

Fernside 
Pearsall Philander (McNair & P), h 

318 s 2d 
*Pearsall Russell, lab 11 12 Chest- 
nut 
*Pearson James W (Brown & P), h 

310 n 6th 
*Peaton Patsy, cook h 1013 Miller 
Peck Elizabeth P wid George A, 311 

s 3d 
*Peeden David, lab nil n 6th 
*Peeden Mildred, 1310 n 7th 
Pegram Thomas H, district mngr 213 

Princess bds 314 n Front 
*Pemberton Preston, lab 141 3 n 4th 
Pendergraft Robert T, lab 805 s 8th 
Penn Mutual Life Ins Co of Phila, 15 

Princess Thomas F Bagley agt 
Pennington Louis B (Harper & P), h 

416 Market 
Pennington William E, tel opr ACL 

h 416 Market 
Penny Allie Miss, saleslady h 809 

Walnut 
Penny Benjamin F (B F P & Co), h 

109 s 7th 
Penny Benjamin R (B F P & Co), h 

109 s 7th 



"Penny B F & Co (Benjamin F and 
Benjamin R Penny), clothing and 
shoes 110-112 Market 
Penny Edward N, salesman 2-4 Mar- 
ket h 416 s 4th 
Penny George R, elk h 715 Dock 
Penny George W (W J P & Co), h 31 

s Front 
Penny Henry, 708 Queen 
Penny Moses H, elk no Market h 

109 s 7th 
Penny Samuel H, foreman blksmith 

109 s Water bds 108 s 8th 
Penny William J (W J P & Co), h 715 
Dock 
»PENMY W J & CO (William J and 
George W Penny), clothing and 
shoes 100 s Front and dry goods 
clothing boots and shoes 2-4 Market 
Penton Abner C, 19 n 7th 
Penton Daniel H (J A Springer & Co), 

h 19 n 7th 
Penton Harry S, elk h 1 1 1 n 8th 
P^rdew Johfl.=^, gunsmith 25 s Front 

h 312 n 7th'"^'^ ^ '<^<^ 
Perdue William E, salesman J W Mur- 

chison h 319 n 7th 
*Perdy Henry, lab 504 s 7th 
Periodical Ticket Advertising Journal 
Co, Joseph M Lord mngr 117 Mar- 
ket 
*Perkins Dennis, shoemkr 617 s 2d 
Perrin Sarah A wid Henry R, 209 n 2d 
*Perrington Weldon, lab r 121 s Front 
*Perry Harry, lab 803 Brunswick 
Perry Lucy C wid James F, 1 20 Orange 
Perry Sophia J wid Amos, 813 n 5th 
*Perry Warwick, lab 918 n 6th 
*Perry William, boot and shoemkr 

621 s Front 
*Persard Tamer, 1221 n 4th 



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PESCHAU 



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PIERCE 



Peschau Eduard (E P & Co), and ger- 
man consul h 501 (Mulberry) Grace 

Peschau Eduard Jr, elk h 501 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 

PESCHAU E & CO (Eduard Pes- 
chau), ship brokers and ship chan- 
dlers 204-206 Water 

Peschau George L, atty at law Smith 
bldg h 501 (Mulberry) Grace 

Peschau Henry B, elk 204-206 n 
Water h 501 (Mulberry) Grace 

Peters Charles A, grocer 1 1 20 Love's al 

Peterson David T, elk h 906 Princess 

*Peterson Edward, lab 919 s 2d 

*Peterson Emma, 208 Wright 

Peterson Gaston M, carp h 906 Prin- 
cess 

Peterson George A (Suggs, P & Co), h 
713 Red Cross 

Peterson Herbert L, driver W H & L 
Co rms 313 Dock 

*Peterson Louis H, barber 4 Princess 
rms 5th and Walnut 

Peterson Oscar R, bkkpr W U Tel Co 
h 906 Princess 

*Peterson Peter, lab 1221 n 4th 

^Peterson William, lab 1221 n 4th 

Peterson William C, (P & Rulfs), h 3 1 1 
(Mulberry) Grace 

Peterson & Rulfs (William C Peterson 
and John F Rulfs Jr), boots shoes 
leather and shoe findings 7 n Front 
and 521 n 4th 

Pettway Elizabeth M wid William H, 
416 s Dock 

Petteway Lucy A wid Sylvester, 121 
s 8th 

*Peyton Alexander, carp h 503 Bruns- 
wick 

*Peyton Edward, hostler h Princess 
nr 9th 



*Peyton John, lab 103 n lOth 
Phantopulor Anthony, confr and fruits 

112 s Front 
Phoenix Ins Co of Brooklyn, 113 n 

Water 
*Phifer Thomas, lab 714 Ann ^ 

*Philpot Malinda, washerwoman h 

311 n loth 
*Philpot William, blksmith 311 n lOth 
*Phillips Francis, calker h 713 Swann 
'^^Phillips John H, blksmith \\ 409 s 7th 
*Phillips John H Jr, lab 409 s 7th 
*Phillips Silvie, washerwoman h 409 

s 7th 
Philyaw Eugene, salesman C W Yates 

& Coh 119 n 6th 
Phipps Benjamin L, pressman h 903 

n 3d 
Phoenix Ins Co of London, 113 n 

Water 
Pickard William E, locomotive engnr 
Pickett B F, lab 1008 Princess 

h 310 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Pickens Robert B (Bell & P), h 317 

s 7th 
"Pickens Lydia, cook h 911 Cleve- 
land ave 
Pickett Elizabeth wid William H, 

boarding 113 s Front 
Pickett George W, lab 120 s 8th 
Pickett Reuben H, provision broker 

124 n Water h 908 Market 
^Pickett Scott, driver h s 7th bet 

Church and Orange 
Pickett Thomas G, salesman 18 Market 

bds 216 s 3d 
^Pierce Andrew, carp h 406 Queen 
*Pierce Anthony, switchman 708 Ann 
*Pierce David, lab 911 Wooster 
*Pierce George, lab 911 Wooster 
*Pierce Harry, lab 802 n 7th 



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PIERCE 



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POLLEY 



^Pierce Mary, washerwoman h 911 

Wooster 
Pierce Robert S, baker h 114 Dock 
Pierce Walter L, lab 302 Hanover 
Pigford Alice Miss, 3 Post-Office ave 
*Pigford Christian, cook h Meadow al 

bet 8th and 9th 
Pigford E Scott, physician 107 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Pigford John E, merchl h 3 Post-Office 

ave 
Pigford John E Mrs, private boarding 

3 Post-Office ave 
*Pigford Luke, lab 13 1 3 Brown's al 
Piner Eben, baggagemstr h 613 

Princess 
Piner George W, yard hand 1 1 1 5 n 3d 
Pinner George M, lightship h 612 s 3d 
Pinner Martha wid Benjamin, 612 s 3d 
Pinner M Elizabeth Miss, weaver h 

612 s 3d 
Pinner William L, lab 819 s Front 
*Pitman Addie, dressmkr h 1 1 13 Prin- 
cess 
Pitman Fletcher, barber 11 13 Princess 
Pittard Confucious, lab 613 s 4th 
Pittman Charles, lab 512 Wooster 
Pittman Georgiana wid James, 512 

Wooster 
Pittman John, lab 512 Wooster 
Pittman Roland, printer S G Hall h 

512 Wooster 
Piver Emma L Miss, elk 609 Castle h 

607 Castle 
Piver John S, fish dlr h 607 Castle 
Piver William H, driver h 623 s 4th 
Piatt John T, foreman machine shop 
Wilmington Iron Wks h 609 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Piatt Maggie R Miss, companion h 
226 s Front 



Piatt Philip F, marineengnrh 1 15 Ann 
Piatt Robert C, salesman A D Brown 

h 609 Grace 
Piatt Thomas H, mchst h 609 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Piatt William P, mchst h 609 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Pleasants Edwin B, engnr roadway 

A C L h 301 s 2d 
Plummer John W, confr h 812 Prin- 
cess 
Plummer John W Jr, confr 123 Prin- 
cess h 812 Princess 
*Poe Wesley, driver h 1 1 14 Market 
Poezolt Eugene (E P & Bro), 405 s 5th 
«Poezolt E & Bro (Eugene and Harry 
Poezolt), mercht tailors 22 Market 
Poezolt Harry (E P & Bro), h 405 s 5th 
Poezolt Herman, tailor h 405 s 5th 
*Poisson Fanny, 616 Swann 
Poisson James D, 420 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Poisson Laura, washerwoman h 616 

Swann 
Poisson Mamie wid Louis J, 308 s 2d 
*Poisson Nancy, washerwoman h 

1016 n 2d 
Poisson William M, bkkpr Wilming- 
ton Iron Wks h 420 (Mulberry) 
Grace 
*PoHte Abram, cooper h 1210 s 2d 
*Polite Thomas, lab 1210 s 2d 
• Politlas Nicholas, elk 114 s Front 
bds 120 Nun 
*Polk Albert, lab 917 Schutt's al 
*Pollard Eli, contr h 408 Nixon 
*Pollard Susan, 807 Swann 
Polley Charles H, gun and locksmith 

9 n 2d h 217 Castle 
Polley Edgar G, inspr U S customs 
h 912 Market 






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PREASE 



*Pollock Caleb, lab 822 Wooster 
*Pollock Hezekiah, lab lOii n 5th 
^Pollock William H, lab lOli n 5th 
Polvogt Carl W (C W P & Co), h 513 

Princess 

POLVOGT C W & CO (Carl W 

Polvogt), dry goods notions and 

carpets 9 n Front — phones 211 

*Pompey Kennedy D, lab 1310 n 5th 

Pond Edwin W ^Powers, Gibbs & Co), 



h 15 s 5th 



^z*-*.*.^^ 



7- 



*Pope Charlotte, washerwoman h 507 

Bladen 
Pope Randolph, elk Harnett cor 7th 
*Pope S, washerwoman h 310 Castle 
Porter Charles L, train dispatcher A 

C L bds 107 Walnut 
*Porter M, washerwoman h 106 s nth 
Portner Robert Brewing Co, 8th cor 

Brunswick Otto Bouch mngr 
*Portervine George, lab 707 s 4th 
Post James F Jr, sec-treas A C L h 

1 12 n 7th 
POST-OFFICE, Front cor Chestnut 

George L Morton postmstr 
Post Thomas R, cashier A C L h 108 

n 7th 
POSTAL TELEGRAPH-CABLE 

CO, 117 Princess Robert W Miles 

mngr — phones 83 
Potter Frank H, watchman h 710 s 7th 
Potter Frank H Jr, beamer h 7 10 s 7th 
Potter James S, asst foreman Wil- 
mington Cotton Mills h 712 s 7th 



Potter John S, mapper h Wooster cor 

Surry 
Potter Martha A wid Dr Frank W, 

221 Market 
Potter Martha A wid John, Wooster 

cor Surry 
Potter Miles A, weaver h Wooster cor 

Surry 
*Potter Richard, 512 Ann 
Potter Sarah L Miss, 613 s 4th 
*Powe J Wesley, driver h 116 Nun 
*Powe Walker, waiter rms Muter's al 

cor Water 
Powell Samuel (P & Co),h Atlanta Ga 
Powell William E, mchst bds 517 

n 4th 
Powell & Co (S S Jerome, L L Gibson 

and S Powell), proprs Parlor mkt 

18 n P'ront 
Powers Edward J (Powers, Gibbs & 

Co), h li s 5th 
*Powers Ella, washerwoman h nil 

Walnut £^^(^ 

POWERS, GIBBS & CO (Edw«^ ^ 

J Powers, L H Gibbs and Edwin W — 

Pond), mnfrs of fertilizers Atlantic 

Bank bldg — phone old 116 
Powers James O, carp h 308 n 9th 
Powers Mary C wid Joseph, 308 n 9th 
Powers Minnie F wid Kinchen B, 412 

Princess 
Powers Thomas B, elk bds 412 Prin- 
cess 
Prease D James, tinner h 616 s Front 



HIGH-GRT^DE F=E RTI UlZe RS. 

TO INSURE A GOOD CROP OF TOBACCO. COTTON, TRUCK. OR JsMALL GRAIN, USE ONLY 

RELIABLE, HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZERS, 

Manufactured by POWERS, GIBBS & CO., WILMP GTON, N. C. 

The LeaJing Manufacturers of Fertilizers in tlie South. Increased Sales for 1896 Fifty Per Cent. 

No Expense spared in the Manufacture of Goods. Nothing but First-CIass Materials Used. 
WE LEAD-OTHERS FOLLOW. 



PREASE 



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QUELCH 



Prease William H, driver h 616 s Front 
PREMPERT ALBERT G, barber 

The Orton rms Y M C A 
Prempert Arthur, barber 11 s Front 

and letter carier h 910 Princess 
Presley George M, lineman h 324 s 

4th 
Presson John W, elk h 507 s 3d 
Presson Thomas J, contr h 507 s 3d 
Price A L, salesman C W Polvogt & 

Co h 413 Princess 
Price Carrie L Miss, sec Associated 

Charities h 10 1 n 7th 
Price Catherine K wid Richard W, 

125 s 5th 
Price Charles A, elk A C L h 413 

Princess 
*Price David C, porter h 108 n loth 
*Price Eliza, servant h 513 n loth 
Price Emanuel L, horseshoer Crafts' 

al h Church 

V*Price George W, furniture 706 n 4th 

h 501 Brunswick 
Price Harriet wid Daniel, 805 s 3d 
*Price Henry, brickmason 119 Dock 
*Price Henry, lab 513 n loth 
*Price James, lab 509 n loth 
Price James A, salesman S & B Solo- 
mon 206 s Front 
Price James W, atty at law h loi n 7th 
*Price Jane, washerwoman h 910 

Cleveland ave 
Price Lassie J wid Joseph, loi n 7th 
Price Mary A wid Charles A, 413 

Princess 
Price Mary K Miss, bkkpr and sten 

Wilmington Refrigerating and Ice 

Wks h 206 s Front 
*Price Noah, lab 802 Fanning 
Price Richard W, salesman Hall & 

Pearsall h 125 5th 



Price Susan A Miss, teacher Hemenway 

School h 10 1 n 7th 
Price Thomas, night-watchman A C 

L h CO 
*Price Thomas, lab Brown's al 
Price William C, marine engnr h 206 

s Front 
*Price William E, carp h 501 Bruns- 
wick 
Price William P, receiving and paying 

teller Atlantic National Bank h 317 

s 5th 
Pridgen Dalley E, elk 322 n Water h 

810 Market 
Pridgen Eliza J wid Charles J, 1 14 n 2d 
*Pridgen John, lab 420 s 6th 
Pridgen Kate Miss, 620 s 6th 
Pridgen Richard S, carp h 503 s 6th 
Pritchard Lauristone L. billing elk 

Corbett & Gore h 414 Orange 
*Proctor James R, lab 616 Anderson 
Proffitt M A, lineman W U Tel Co 

bds 612 Red Cross 
Pruitt George, lab 616 s 5th 
Pruitt Hattie C wid Isaac, 616 s 5th 
Pruitt Lucy Miss, elk h 616 s 5th 
Pruitt Martha Miss, elk h 616 s 5th 
*Pugh Emma, 709 Nixon 
Pugh Mary E wid George, 212 n 2d 
Pulliam William G, frt claim agt A C 

L h 211 Ann ^^^^^ 
Punka^FritzJ^rf 134 Market h 617 

Chestnut ^ 
*Purdy Samuel, lab 719 Church 
*Purnell Dorah L, washerwoman h 

721 s 9th 
*Purstell Robert G, lab r 815 Front 



Q 



Queen J L D, sec rms 418 n Front 
Quelch Bertram, elk ACL 226 s 3d 



QUELCH 



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REAVES 



Quelch John P, yard foreman Chad- 
bourn Lumber Co h 320 Red Cross 
*Quick Edward, drayman h 313 n 9th 
*Quick Eliza, washerwoman 313 n 9th 
*Quick Isham, drayman h 313 n 9th 
*Quick William drayman 814 Walnut 
*Quince Emma, cook h 112 n iith 
■*Quince John, stevedore h 418 s 7th 
*Quince Joseph, cook h 9 Dock 
*Quince Julia, cook h 1003 n 6th 
Quince Maria B wid Parker, 323 s 4th 
*Quince Nancy, cook h 107 s nth 
Quince Olivia wid Nathaniel H, 302 

s 2d 
^Quince Owen, lab 519 s 4th 
^Quince Richard, lab 12 14 n 6th 
^Quince Richard, city hand h 1214 

n 6th 
■•^Quince Thomas, city hand I2i6n 5th 
, aUINLIVAN DANIEL, horseshoer 

106 n 2d h III Dock 
r Quinlivan Thomas, horseshoer 208 
Princess h 709 Bladen 
Quinn Abner, 515 n 7th 
Quinn Frances S wid James, 609 

Harnett 
Quinn George F, carp h 916 n 4th 
Quinn John W, elk 5 Market 
Quinn Josephine Miss, 808 s 7th 



R 



*Rady Harry, driver h 115 Wooster 
"Ragland Fountain G Rev, pastor 

Christ Congregational Church h 

609 Ann 
*Raleigh Charles, hostler h 518 s 8th 
Kalph Justus E, sec-treas N C Cotton 

Oil Co h New York 
Ramsey David W, grocer 1015-1017 

n 4th h 714 Bladen 



Ramsey Samuel T, boatman i Dawson 
Ramsey Thomas C, boatman h i 

Dawson 
Ramsey Thomas J, night-watchman h 

I Dawson 
Rancke Henry C, billing elk SAL 

rms 307 n Front 
■"Randall Ferney, lab 9th nr Dawson 
*Randall Samuel A, lab 9th nr Daw- 
son 
*Randall Sarah J, washerwoman h 9th 

nr Dawson 
Ranes Thomas J, mchst h 308 Han- 
over 
Rankin John T, broker h 208 s Front 
Rankin Napqleon B, grocer 1 10 n 

Front h 314 Orange 
Rankin Robert G, 213 Ann 
Rankin Robert G Jr, elk h 213 Ann 
Rann Thomas J, mchst h 308 Hanover 
Ranor Marshall C, carp 507 Hanover 
*Ranson Dianna, washerwoman h 806 

McDonald al 
*Ranson Nina, maid 806 McDonald al 
*Raspberry Nellie, cook 702 Hanover 
*Ratclifir James, lab 410 Bladen 
sRathjen Martin, grocer Swann cor 
n 6th 
Ratley Joseph, lab 801 Wooster 
*Ray Caesar, lab Chestnut nr 12th 
Rayford Burton B, contr bds 712 n 4th 
*Read David, drayman h 516 s 9th 
*Read Julia, cook h 516 s 9th 
*Reardon Robert B, barber 29 Market 
*Rease Carrie, music teacher h 1015 

Miller 
Reaves Benjamin F, huckster 8 Castle 
*Reaves George, lab 908 Queen 
*Reaves Hockless, lab 1016 n 5th 
*Reaves Josephine, washerwoman h 
908 Queen 



REAVES 



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RIACH 



Reaves Julius F, restaurant Front 

street mkt h lo Castle 
"^Reaves Mary, maid b 705 Hanover 
*Reaves Nathan, lab 912 n 7th 
*Reaves Nathan Jr, lab 912 n 7th 
Reaves William J, foreman h 512 s 2d 
"S E C R D PUBLISHING CO 
(The), publisliers The Wilmington 
Record F G Manly mngr cor 2d 
and Market 
*Redd Almond, lab 12th nr Market 
Redd Amos G, printer h 513 s 2d 
Redd Clayton C, printer h 513 s 2d 
Redd Emilie Miss, tailoress 19 s 2d 
*Redd George, watchman 902 s Front 
Redd John C, driver 201 Castle h 513 

s 2d 
Redd Kate L wid C C, 513 s 2d 
*Reddick John, lab 507 n loth 
*Reddick Penny, cook h 704 Ann 
*Redman James, elk 519 Campbell h 

817 Harnett 
"Reed David, drayman Corbett & 

Gore h 516 s 9th 
*Reed Ella, cook h 518 Castle 
Reed George W, carp h 411 Campbell 
Reese James N, watchman h 10 10 s 

Front 
*Reese Samuel, lab 116 s iith 
Reeves Annie Miss, 1204 s Front 
Reeves Calvin J, carp h 17 Wooster 
Reeves George W, lab 1214 s Front 
Register Eva B wid Lee, 907 Chestnut 
Register Joseph, lab 302 Harnett 
Register Richard B, mchst 208 Queen 
Register William H, foreman N C 

Presbyterian h 308 s 6th 
Rehder Carl B, salesman J H Rehder 

& Co h 819 Red Cross 
Rehder C F William, florist 819 Red 
Cross 



Rehder Henry Mrs, flo»-ist 819 Rep 

Cross 
Rehder John H (J H R & Co), h 107 

n 7th 
REHDER JOHN H & CO (John H 
Rehder), dry goods and notions 617- 
619 n 4th — phone old 118 (see adv) 
*Reid Florence, 313 Castle 
"Reid Richard, brickmason 720 n 5th 
Rcid William R, ins solr h 524 s Front 
Reilly James 0,bkkpr Daniel O'Con- 
nor h 1 16 s 6th 
Reilly John W, supt Wilmington Gas 

Light Co h 1 16 s 6th 
Reinstein Dry Goods Co (The), Fred- 
erick Reinstein pres Leopold Blue- 
thenthal sec-treas 212-214 n Front 
Reinstein Frederick, pres The Rein- 
stein Dry Goods Co h 512 Market 
*Reiss A, car coupler h 1 109 n 5th 
*Reives Jerry, drayman h 808 n 6th 
-ReVILLE ALBERT E, pianos and 
organs 313 n Front — phone old 380 
ReVille Delmar S, lab 719 s 7th 
ReVille James E, carp h 510 Wooster 
ReVille Robert H, folder h 716 s 2d 
Reynolds Isaac D, carp 200 Wooster 
Reynolds John T, lab 718 Wooster 
■^Reynolds Robert A, physician 16)^ 
^^ 2d.h4io^/th 
Rhew Mary A Miss, 600 s Front 
Rhew Sarah E wid Frederick, 705 5th 
• Rhodes Isaac B (R & Bowden), and 
saloon 10 1 2d h Dock bet 7th and 8th 
Rhodes & Bowden (Isaac B Rhodes 
and RobertC! Bowden), butchers 
stalls 2-4 Front street mkt 
*Rhone Alexander, confr 507 s Front 

h 220 Wooster 
Riach William, genl auditor ACL 
h 511 s 3d 



RICAUD 



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RICHARDSON 



A. B. RkVILIvK, 

Palaee Piano and O^gan Hotise 

MATHUSHEK PIANOS, STEINWAY PIANOS, 
MASON & HAMLIN ORGANS, 
STERLING PIANOS AND ORGANS. 

No. 313 N. Fhont Street, Wilmington, N. O. 

Bell XelepHone 380. 



Ricaud Addison G (R & Bryan), bds 

Market bet 2d and 3d 
Ricaud & Bryan (Addison G Ricaud 

and Egbert K Bryan), attys at law 

and notary 218 Princess 
Rice Clarence C, sawyer h 1024 n 3d 
/ Rice Frederick B, elk and city treas 

and tax coir h 105 Castle 
Rice M L, sawyer bds 418 Red Cross 
Rich John E, carp h 516 n 4th 
*Rich Thomas (Everett & R), h 4 n 

Water 
"'^Rich & Everett (Thomas Rich and 

Stanley Everett), restaurant 4 n 

Water 
•f RICHARDS ERNEST V, stained 

glass wks 106 Princess h 821 Dock 
*Richardson Celia, 1211 McRae's al 
*Richardson David, provision dlr 419 

Harnett h 920 n 5th 
*Richardson Ella, washerwoman h 

904 n 3d 



*Richardson George, lab 1 107 n 7th 
^Richardson Henry, lab 720 Campbell 
^Richardson Herbert, driver 417 s 6th 
*Richardson Herbert, porter h 720 

Orange 
*Richardson Jane, nurse h 412 Har- 
nett 
*Richardson John, lab 1219 n 6th 
*Richardson John H, lab 1005 n 3d 
*Richardson John N, butcher h 1008 

n 7th 
*Richardson Laura, washerwoman h 

720 Orange 
*Richardson Margaret, washerwoman 

h 406 Wood 
*Richardson Nathaniel T, cook h 422 

s 4th 
^Richardson Robert W, porter h 707 

Ann 
*Richardson Simon, carp h 1 1 16 n 7th 
*Richardson Ulysses H, barber 821 

n 4th 



ERNEST V. RICHARDS, 

Stained « Olass * Works. 

ART GLASS FOR DOMESTIC PURPOSES. 
LEADED GLASS FOR ECCLESIASTICAL USE. 

Corner Front and Princess Streets, - - WILMINGTON, N. C. 



(/\.<rrt^^o%^ Cn^tt.^-^ *. l.^\C)0' 



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ROBESON 



Richardson William, lab 1203 n 8th 
RICHARDSON WILLIAM D C, 

propr Wilmington Model Machine 

Wks h 20 n 7th 
Richardson William D C Mrs, china 

painting and decorating 20 n 7th 
y*Richardson Willis, policeman h 1219 

n 7th 
- Richter W Ferdinand, agt Bartholo- 

may Brewing Co h 401 n Front 
' Richters Charles, grocer 1022 n 4th 
*Ricks Joseph, 905 Ann 
*Ricks Lea, lab 1018 Chestnut 
*Rigans Andrew J, lab 911 Dock 
'^Riggins Lucy, washerwoman h 418 

s 8th 
Riley George D, blksmith h 401 s 6th 
Riley James T ( J T R & Co), 104 s 4th 
Riley James T & Co (James T Riley), 

ship brokers and dlrs bldg material 

203 n Water 
Rising Ida W Miss, 720 s Front 
Rising Richard F, tin and sheet metal 

wkr 13 Dock h 720 s Front 
Risley Frank P, salesman J H Rehder 

& Co h 507 s 5th 
*Ritter George D, lab 925 s 8th 
Ritter Mattie wid John W, 1 108 n 4th 
' Rivenbark Amy W, mngr A New- 
berry h 613 Chestnut 
Rivenbark James, lab 816 s 7th 
Ribenbark Mary E Miss, elk 213^ 

Market 
Rivenbark Thomas J, lumber inspr 

Cape Fear Lumber Co h 919 n 6th 
Rivenbark William W, lab 9th cor 

Dawson 



* Rivera Thomas, undertkr 11 n 3d h 



, 5 16 Red Cross 

'^ *Rivera Thomas Jr, undertkr 703 n 4th 
h 711 Walnut 



*Rivers Elizabeth, cook h 1002 Chest- 
nut 

Rivers Laurence X, carp h 910 Wal- 
nut 

*Roan Jane, washerwoman h 607 
n loth 

"■Roan Robert, lab 607 n lOth 

*Roane Alexander, porter h 220 
Wooster 

*Roane Robert, lab 620 s lOth 

Rock Spring House, Chestnut nr 
Water Mrs F V Bagwell propr 

Robbins John E, mechanic The F & 
FPM&S&BCoh Phoenix N C 

Robbins Martha wid Edward, 123 
s 8th 

Robbins Robert, overseer U S ship- 
yard h 815 n 2d 

Robbins Seth A, foreman spinning 
room Wilmington Cotton Mills h 
The Sound, co 

Roberson Eliza C wid Champion T C, 
313 Chestnut 

*Roberts Alice, servant h 605 Nun 

*Roberts Amos, lab Princess nr 12th 

*Roberts Dora, 113 s loth 

^Roberts Eliza, washerwoman h 812 
n 7th 

'^'Roberts Esther, cook h 617 Hanover 

*Roberts John, cooper h 103 s lOth 

Roberts William W, trav salesman 
Worth & Worth bds 114 n 7th 

Robertson Agnes V wid Archer, 709 
s Front 

Robertson James, yard engnr SAL 
h 219 Orange 

ROBERTSON WILLIAM F, supt 
The Clarendon Water Wks Co h 
202 Orange 

Robeson Benjamin A, sten A C L h 
617 (Mulberry) Grace 



ROBESON 



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ROBINSON 



*Robeson William D, lab 813 Castle 
Robins Annie M wid Solomon, iio 

Dock 
Robins John, elk bds 714 n 4th 
*Robins Winslow,lab 1003 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Robinson Abel, wood dlr 602 s loth 
Robinson Adolphus B, messr Postal 

Tel-Cable Co 
*Robinson Amy, washerwoman h 1013 

Queen 
Robinson Anderson, beamer 718 s 2d 
*Robinson Ann, cook h 218 Cowan 
Robinson Ann E wid Peter, 707 s 

Front 
*Robinson Caudis, cook h 118 St 

James ave 
*Robinson Charles, elk J F Garrell & 

Co h Front nr Castle 
Robinson Charles H (R & King), h 

401 s Front 
Robinson Charles H Jr, agt The Equit- 
able Life Assurance Society of the 

U S h 109 n 5th 
*Robinson Charlie, porter 608 s Front 
*Robinson Charlotte, cook h 610 s 6th 
■*Robinson Eliza, cook h 19 s I2th 
"Robinson Eugene D, drayman h 19 

s 1 2th 
*Robinson Frank, lab 518 s 2d 
*Robinson George, lab 1013 Queen 
*Robinson George, lab 11 14 Hutaffal 
*Robinson George W, shoemkr 14 s 

2d h 922 s 3d 
*Robinson Henry, lab 518 s 2d 
*Robinson Henry, lab 1501 Market 
*Robinson Henry, lab 704 McRae 
Robinson Irving, capt steamer Driver 

h Elizabethtown N C 
Robinson Isabelle B wid Frederick G, 
109 n 5th 

17 



*Robinson Jacob, driver Roger Moore 
Robinson James A, engnr 219 Harnett 
*Robinson James E, barber 15 Dock 

h 519 s 9th 
*Robinson Jane, cook h 2 14 Brook's la 
^Robinson J Henry, porter 705 Red 

Cross 
*Robinson John, butler h 518 Castle 
*Robinson John, coachman h 323 s 

Front 
^"Robinson John, fireman h 917 n loth 
*Robinson John, lab 406 Brunswick 
Robinson John W, elk 114 Market h 

214 n 5th 
Robinson John R, elk h 105 Ann 
"Robinson Josephine, cook 519 s 9th 
*Robinson Josie C, cook h 519 s 9th 
*Robinson Julia, washerwoman h 411; 

n 9th 
*Robinson Katie, 7 s 11th 
Robinson Lina wid George, 1 3 1 3 n 5th 
*Robinson Louisa, cook 11309 Bruns- 
wick 
*Robinson Lucana, cook h 3 13 Bruns- 
wick 
*Robinson Lucilla, cook h 622 s 7ih 
*Robinson Mary A, cook h 519 s 9th 
*Robinson Mary E, washerwoman h 

916 McKoy al 

^Robinson Matilda, washerwoman h 

917 n 10th 

*Robinson Richard, lab 2 1 2 Brook's la 
*Robinson Robert, lab 11 13 Dock 
*Robinson Robert, lab 923 s 8th 
*Robinson Rufus, lab 612 n 9th 
*Robinson Simuel, 118 Wooster 
*Robinson Susan, cook 916 McKoyal 
*Robinson Thomas, lab 313 Bruns- 
wick 
*Robinson Thomas,lab 304 Meadow al 
Robinson Thomas, lab 1013 Queen 



ROBINSON 



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ROWLAND 



*Robinson Tliomas A, porter h 608 s 

Front 
Robinson U M, elk h 109 n 5th 
*Robinsoa Warren, lab 923 s 8th 
*Robinson William, lab, 1 109 9 6th 
*Robinsou William, lab 1212 n 7th 
*Robinson William, lab 709 s 9th 
Robinson William H, chief engnr 

lightship h 105 Ann 
KOBINSON & KING (Charles H 
Robinson and Charles H King), 
naval stores and com mers Water 
cor Orange — phone new 203, old 

137 
Roby Maggie wid Benjamin F, 

Nixon cor 4th 
Roderick Emanuel, lab 808 Wooster 
Roderick Henrietta wid Emanuel, 81 1 

s 7th 
Roderick James E, grocer 600 Woos- 
ter h 811 s 7th 
Roderick John, drayman h 1125 s 3d 
Roderick Joseph, drayman h 707 

Wooster 
Rodes Charles V, elk 120 n Water 

bds 604 Dock 
Rodgers Buchanan B, carp h 701 Dock 
Rodgers Henry, lab 1808 s Front 
Rodgers Leroy B, elk 120 n Waterbds 

319 Chestnut 
Roe Charles W, uphr h 513 s 8th 
Rogers Bonnie, lab 707 n 5th 
Rogers Eliza J wid Milton, 707 n 5th 
*Rogers Frank, lab loii Wooster 
Rogers Margaret L wid Lewis T, 

dressmkr 613 s 3d 
*Rogers Mary, washerwoman h loii 

Wooster 
Rogers Robert, elk 705 n 4th h 613 

s 3d 
*Rogers Robert, miller h 414 Howard 



^Rollins Lizzie, washerwoman h 714 

Wilson's al 
Rose Annie L Miss, prin Tileston 
High School h 107 s 4th 
«' Rose^man^t-Marcus, clothing and shoes 
7 Market h 204 n 6th 
*Ross William, blksmith h 11 14 Hu- 

taffal 
Rothschild Moses, mngr Immediate 
Benefit Relief Ins Co h 719 Market 
Rothwell Henria P Miss, 109 n 3d 
Rothwell John M, elk h 901 Gwynn 
Rothwell Laura P wid John H, 109 

n 3d 
Rothwell Mary C Miss.teacher private 

school 109 n 3d 
*Rothwell Mary F, cook h 418 s 8th 
Rothwell Walker H, elk 901 Gwynn 
"Rountree Dennis, lab 1216 Love's al 
EOUNTREE GEORGE, atty at law 
rm 2 Allen bldg and pres Wilming- 
ton Library Assn h 411 n 2d 
Rountree Martha, 716 Red Cross 
*Rountree William, lab 1219 n 6th 
*Rourk John H, lab 718 McRae 
*Rourk Mary G, dressmkr h 514 

Rowan R Frank, lab 312 Harnett 

Rowan John, lab 810 n 2d 

Rowan John, lab 803 s 3d 

Rowan Samuel J, lab 803 s 3d 

Rowe AlonKO, lab 806 n 3d 

*Rowe William, painter h 813 n 6th 

*Rowell Frederick, lab 112 s 9th 

Rowell Louis, elk h 17 s 8th 

*Rowell Siela, 112 s 9th 

Rowell Thomas L, mechanic h 17 s 

8th 
Rowlan Comfort wid John W, 606 

Orange 
^Rowland Emeline, cook h 410 Swann 



ROWLAND 



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ST JAMES 



Rowland Walter W, ^enl mngr The 

Carolina So Ryand Lumber Co rms 

Navassa Guano bldg 
*Royall Milton, lab 109 s nth 
*Royall Obediah D, lab 312 Bruns- 
wick 
Royster William S, printer h 707 Mc- 

Rae 
Ruark John H, blksmith bds 712 n 4th 
Rulfs John F, grocer 320 n 4th h 318 

n 4th 
Rulfs John F Jr (Peterson & R), h 318 

n 4th 
Range Gerhardt W, grocer 418^ s 

6th h 311 s 5th 
Runge H Theodore, press opr W U 

Tel Co h 311 s 5th 
Runge Johanna H wid Gerhardt H W, 

31 1 s 5th 
Runge John T, tel opr h 311 s 5th 
Rush Emeline L wid Antiono J, 606 

Orange 
Rush Mary A wid Benjamin, 214 n 2d 
*Rush Samuel E, drayman 131 1 n 8th 
*Rush S E Jr, drayman h 131 1 n 8th 
*Russ Andrew, stevedore h 5 1 1 Taylor 
Russ Castner E (J L Bowers & Co), h 

602 s 6th 
Russ Courtney E, lab 611 s 6th 
Russ Isham A, 507 s 2d 
Russ James S, chf engnr Carolina 

Cooperage Co h 213^ Market 
Russ James S, carp h 22 s 2d 
Russ John D, night-watchman h 507 

s 2d 
Russ Richard, lab 511 s 2d 
*Russ Robert, lab r 419 n 3d 
Russ Robert S, carp h 715 s 7th 
*Russ William, stevedore h 61 1 Taylor 
Russell Benjamin McD, bkbdr Le- 

Gwin Bros h 203 n loth 



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Russell Benjamin R, engnr Atlantic 
SEE Co No I rms 320 Princess 

Russell Daniel H, contr h 811 n 4th 

*Russell Empie, lab 305 s 7th 

Russell Frank H, physician 212 Mar- 
ket h 504 Orange 

Russell John G, music teacher ii 413 
s Orange 

Russell John H, elk 210]/^ Princess h 
4th cor Princess 

Russell Olivia wid Daniel L, 121 s 2d 

*Russell Savory A, cook h 305 s 7th 

*Ruth Hall, s 7th cor Nun 

Rutland Mary A wid William H, 116 
(Mulberry) Grace 

Rutland Walter, frt agt A C L h 1 16 
(Mulberry) Grace 

*Ryall Chloe, cook h 316 s 8th 



*Sadbury Margaret, cook 903 Orange 
"Sadgwar Daniel A, carp bds 1008 

Chestnut 
*Sadgwar Frederick C, carp h 15 n 8th 
^Sadgwar James S, lab 212 Strauss al 
St Andrew's Presbyterian Church, 4th 

and Campbell Rev Alexander D 

McCIure pastor 
*St George Alice, cook h 308 n loth 
*St, George Annie, washerwoman h 

308 n loth 
*St George George, drayman 13 s 12th 
*St George John, lab 212 Cowan 
*St George Mary, cook h 15 n nth 
St George Sue wid John W, boarding 

109 s 2d 
*St George Winslow, scavenger h 308 

n loth 
St James Church Grave-Yard, Market 

cor 4th 



ST JAMES 



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SANDERS 



St James Episcopal Church, 3d cor 

Market Rev Robert Strange D D 

rector 
St John Earle C, elk Powers, Gibbs 

& Co h 508 Market 
St John Julius W, salesman Powers, 

Gibbs & Co h 508 Market 
St John's Episcopal Church, Red 

Cross cor n 3d Rev James Car- 

michael D D rector 
*St Luke's Methodist Church, s 7th 

cor Church Rev Paul L Cutler pas 

tor 
*St Mark's Episcopal Church, (Mul- 
berry) Grace cor 6th William M 

Jackson rector 
St Paul's Episcopal Church, s 4th 

cor Orange Rev Frederick N Skin- 
ner rector 
St Paul's Evangelical Lutheran 

Church, Market cor n 6th Rev 

Karl Boldt pastor 
St Thomas Church, Dock bet 2d and 

3d Rev C Dennen rector Rev 

Thomas Griffin asst rector 
*St Stephen's A M E Church, n 5th 

cor Red Cross Elias J Gregg pastor 
Sale William G, opr W U Tel Co h 

509 Dock 
Sailing James L, policeman h 3 19 s 6th 
Salsby James, ticket agt ACL bds 

319 Chestnut 
Salter Juliana wid Daniel, h 1 107 n 7th 
*Sampson Alexander, letter carrier h 

703 Ann 
*Sampson Andrew, lab 1301 n 4th 
^Sampson C, seamstress h 112 s nth 
*Sampson Charles E, grocer Walnut 

cor 9th 
*Sampson Cornelius, porter h 9th cor 

Walnut 



*Sampson Hannah, washerwoman h 

307 s 7th 
*Sampson Henry, bell boy h 517 Har- 
nett 
*Sampson Henry, coachman 307 s 7th 
*Sampson Isabella, 311 n 5th 
*Sampson John, 914 s 9th 
*Sampson John, lab 1 12 s i ith 
*Sampson John N, barber 29 Market 

h 309 n 5th 
*Sampson Joseph D, carp h 520 

Church 
^*Sampson Joseph E, inspr board of 

health h 316 n 6th 
*Sampson P, cook h 517 Harnett 
*Sampson Susan G, teacher Williston 

Graded School h 312 s 4th 
*Sampson William, lab 614 s nth 
*Samuel William M, restaurant 6 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*Sanders Alice, nurse h 813 n 2d 
*Sanders Caroline, cook h no s nth 
*Sanders Florence, 1213 n 7th 
Sanders Frank, lab 919 s loth 
*Sanders Hattie, cook h 813 n 2d 
*Sanders Ida, cook h 418 Harnett 
*Sanders James, lab no s nth 
*Sanders Louisa, washerwoman h 

1020 n 6th 
*Sanders Martha, cook h 813 n 2d 
*Sanders Mary, washerwoman h 210 

Brook's la 
Sanders Mary F Miss, sten h 323 

s 5th 
' Sanders Simon W, grocer 201 Market 

h 411 n 3d 
^Sanders Walter, drayman h8i3 n 2d 
Sanders William, lab 919 s lOth 
^Sanders William, lab 805 n 7th 
Sanders William A, clam dlr bds 412 

Princess 



SANFORD 



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SCHNIBBEN 



Sanford Robert L, carp h 804 s 7th 
Saiidlin Alse^^B. bkkpr McNair & 

Pearsall h 408 n Front ^ 

Sanderlin Joseph B J, butcher h 511 

n 5tli 
*Sasser David, drayman h 19 n iith 
Sasser L B, druggist h 802 Market 
*Satterfield Peter, lab 705 Red Cross 
*Sauls Alexander, lab 1115 n 7th 
*Saulters Augustus G, cotton grader h 

705 Hanover 
*Saunders Daniel, confr 302 s 7th 
Saunders .Ge'orge, salesman h 610 

Castle 
*Saunders Hampton, carp h 716 s 

Front 
Saunders Louis, butler h 714 s Front 
Saunders Mary J, 1212 Love's al 
Saunders Samuel, carp h 714 s 

Front 
*Saunders Wesley, lab 15 s Water 
*Saunders William, carp h 716 s 

Front 
Savage Elizabeth wid John H, 610 

s 5 th 
Savage Henry, sec-treas The Acme 

Mnfg Co (Ltd) h 120 s 3d 
Savage Henry R, bkkpr h 2 Church 
Savage Matthew J, mechanic h 305 

Brunswick 
Savage William B, local mngr Inter- 
State Tel Co h 515 Castle 
Savage William H, carp 61 1 Castle 



'SAXAPAHAW LUMBER CO, T 

Wright Meares pres K V Baltzer 

vice-pres Worth bldg— phone 

old 156 3.roo /j^ ^~ 
*Sawyer Albert B, huckster 723 n 4th 
Schachner Joseph, fireman SAL bds 

1 112 n 6th 
^Scarborough Caroline 406 Woos- 

ter's al 
Scarborough Wentworth H, blksmith 

h 1 1 3 n 9th 
*Schenk William, lab 720 Orange 
Schick Herbert, blksmith 406 Walnut 
Schliewe Hermann, boarding 402 Nutt 
Schloss Mary wid Mark, 14 n 4th 
Schloss Nathan, livery stable 406 

Princess bds The Victor 
♦ Schloss S A & Co (Simeon A Schloss 

and Aaron A Nathan), crockery 

and glassware 24 n Front 
Schloss Simeon A (S A S & Co), h 

509 Ann and lessee and mngr Wil- 
mington Opera House 
SCHMID JOACHIM, tailor h 819 

Dock 
SCHNIBBEN CHARLES (S & 

Steljes), and saloon 2 n Water — 

phone old 284 and chf fire dept h 

909 Market 
Schnibben George, elk 502 n 6th h 

608 Red Cross 
Schnibben Martin, grocer 502 n 6th h 

608 Red Cross 



CHKRUES SCHNIBBEN. 

DEALER IN BEST 

Wines, Iiiqaops, Cigalas, and Tobacco, 

N. E. CORNER WATER AND MARKET STREETS. 



SCHNIBBEN 



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SELLARS 



iSCHNIBBEN & STELJES (Charles 

Schnibben and J Dick Steljes), 

proprs French Cafe 117 Princess — 

phone new 7 

Scho'JKnwald John T, physician 411 

Red Cross 
Schrader Joseph, engnr h 1020 n 3d 
Schrader Theodore, elk h 1020 n 3d 
Schulken Carl H, elk A C L 406 n 4th 

• Schulken Charles, grocer 1202 n 4th 
Schulken Charles L, salesman J H 

Rehder & Co h 1202 n 4th 
Schulken Engelhard, sec-treas Adrian 

Co h 4th cor (Mulberry) Grace 
Schulken Hardy, 220 (Mulberry) Grace 
Schulken John, elk 301 Harnett 
Schulken Martin, elk 1202 n 4th 
Schuster Charles, supt U S engnr off 

p o bldg h 120 n 7th 

* Schutt A F W wid George L, grocer 

817 Bladen h 807 Bladen 
Schutt George C, elk 817 Bladen h 

807 Bladeh 
Schutte Amelia wid Henry 616 

Chestnut 
*Scott Alexander, lab 221 s nth 
*Scott Benjamin, grocer 515 Walnut 

h 519 Walnut 
Scott Benjamin H, salesman 315 n 2d 
*Scott Benjamin J, lab 208 Walnut 
*Scott Elizabeth, seamstress 506 n 7th 
Scott Eunice Miss, seamstress h 1024 

n 3d 



Scott John, mchst h 405 Princess 
*Scott John, lab 1 1 17 n 6th 
Scott John W, motorman h 303 s 6th 
Scott Maggie wid Obed, 307 n 5th 
"^Scott Nettie, seamstress h 915 

Schutt's al bet n 8th and 9th 
Scott Robert, elk ACL 405 Princess 
*Scott Thomas E, barber 209 Market 

h 722 Red Cross 
*Scott W Henry, barber and shoemkr 

30S Nutt 
*Scott William M, grocer 519 Harnett 
*Scurlock Benjamin, lab 607 s 8th 
*Scurlock Mary, washerwoman h 607 

s 8 th 
Seaboard Air Line, 225 n Front passgr 

depot Nutt cor Brunswick Thomas 

D Meares genl agt 
Seaman's Bethel, 14 Dock 
Seaman's Friend Society, Hans A 

Kure mngr 102 s Front 
Sebrell Lucy E wid Nicholas H,7I2 

Orange 
Second Advent Church 6th bet Church 

and Castle Rev Joseph P King 

pastor 
Seeders Thomas T, printer h 304 

McRae 
Seitter George F, tailor h 617 Dock 
Sellars Charles G, elk II16 n 4th 
*Sellars Ellen, cook h 8 s nth 
*Sellars Fanny, cook h 8 s iith 
Sellars James C. elk 1 1 16 n 4th 



Dealers in 
Higb Grade 



CAFE 
SCHNIBBEN & STELJES, Proprietors, 



Imported and Domestic Fine Liijuois, Wines, and Cigais. 



FANCY DRIMKS A SPECIALTY. OYSTERS A^JD ALL DELICACIES OF THE 

SEASOt^ SERVED i>l FIRST-CLASS STYLE. 

IV o. lir PRIIVCESS STREET, WILMINGTON, IV. C. 

- -efS-ALL ORDERS ACCOMPANIED BY REMITTANCES PROMPTLY FILLED.-^ft 



SELLARS 



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SHEPARD 



Sellars J F & Co (Joseph F Sellars), 

grocers 1 1 16 n 4th 
^Sellars Joseph, Lib 91 1 Ann 
^ Sellars Joseph F (J F S & Co), h 1 1 16 

n 4th 
Sellars Preston L, elk 1 1 16 n 4th 
Sellars S Eugene, elk 1 1 16 n 4th 
Sellars William W, engnr h 918 n 3d 
Seller John, elk Adrain Co h 419 s 8th 
Sellers David B, carp h 703 n 5th 
Sellers David S, carp h 703 n 5th 
Sellers Frank V, 918 n 3d 
Sellers Jefferson D, carp h 211 n 6th 
Sellers Joseph, fireman S A L h n 3d 
^Sellers Lizzie, 1302 n 4th 
Sellers Mary R wid Richard L, 211 

n 6th 
^Sellers Robert, lab 113 Hanover 
Sellers Robert, mchst Carolina Bicycle 

Co h 408 Castle 
■■^Sellers Sarah, v/asherwoman h 702 

Campbell 
Sellers T J, watchman h 209 Davis 
Sellers William V (W V S & Co), h 

204 s Front 
Sellers W V & Co (William V Sellers 

and Andrew J Hewlett), money 

brokers 204 s Front 
Selvey Walter, plumber h 920 Harnett 
■^Selph Maggie, r 800 s 2d 
^Senior Sarah, washerwoman h 418 

n 8th 
^Senior Sidney, lab 418 11 8th 
"Sesson Henderson, lab 903 s Front 
Severance Robert J, tel opr A C L h 

1016 Bladen 
Seymour Julia P Miss, teacher Gregory 

Normal Institute h 613 Nun 
'^ "^^Sharp Joseph S, policeman 1 1 s loth 
Sharpe N O (S & McGehee), h Vicks- 

burg Miss 



Sharpe & McGehee (N O Sharpe and 

Harry D McGehee), loan brokers 

108 Princess 

*Sharpless John H, lab 7 16 Solomon al 

*Sharpless Mary A, washerwoman h 

716 Solomon al 
*Sharpley Aimie, cook 208 Brook's la 
Sharrer G H, elk U S engnr's off bds 

1 1 6 s 4th 
*Shaw Etta, washerwoman h 909 

Wooster 
*Shaw John H, grocer h 711 s lOth 
*Shaw Susan, cook h 210 Davis 
Shaw Wallace E, frt elk A C Lh 10 12 

n 4th 
*Shaw William, carp h 711 s lOth 
*Shaw William, porter Orange nr 9th 
Shaw William B, carp h 513 Bruns- 
wick 
Shaw William H.bartdr h 513 Bruns- 
wick 
Shaw William H, dep elk U S courts 

p o bldg h 314 n 4th 
"^Shell William L, lab 1320 n 5th 
Sheehan Daniel, lab 108 Castle 
Sheehan John, street-car condr h 108 

Castle 
Sheehan John, letter carrier h 1102 

Market 
Sheehan William, butcher h 1015 

Market 
Sheehan William, elk Daniel O'Con- 
nor h 1 104 Market 
Sheetz Helen wid Frank, 511 n 4th 
*Shepard Celia, dishwhr 516 Walnut 
Shepard Charles, elk h 903 n 3d 
"Shcpard Chauncey, lab 903 Dawson 
*Shepard Delia, cook h 202 Bruns- 
wick 
Shepard Edward, pressman h 903 
n 3d 



SHEPARD 



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SIETER 



^Shepard Fannie, washerwoman h 903 

Dawson 
Shepard Frank, elk H L Fennell h 

Dock cor 8th 
*Shepard Hattie, washerwoman h 903 

Dawson 
Shepard Henry, lab 903 n 3d 
^•'Shepard John, lab 208 Davis 
Shepard John C, elk 904 Market h 

125 s 8th 
» Shepard John J, dry goods and no- 
tions 18 Market h 415 s 2d 
Shepard Joseph, dyer bds 113 Dock 
Shepard Joseph, lab 903 n 3d 
Shepard Joseph C, physician 2 1 6 Mar- 
ket h 208 s 4th 
Shepard Joseph C Jr, druggist 121 

Market h 208 s 4th 
*Shepard Mary, washerwoman h 819 

Dawson 
*Shepard Minnie, 903 Dawson 
Shepard Owen VV, carp h 601 Nixon 
*Shepard Penny, washerwoman h 903 

Dawson 
Shepard Robert, mchst h 19 s 2d 
Shepard T Alfred, elk T A Mayer bds 

Bonitz House 
*Shepherd Andrew, lab 3 14 Red Cross 
*Shepherd Bunden, lab 516 Walnut 
*Shepherd Charles, lab 714 Walnut 
*Shepherd Easter, cook 208 Brook's la 
*Shepherd Eliza, washerwoman h 711 

n6th 
*Shepherd Frazier, lab 311 n 6th 
*Shepherd Joseph, lab 905 Wooster 
Shepherd Mary F Miss, teacher Hem- 

enway School h 208 s 4th 
*Shepherd Walter, lab 711 n 6th 
*Sheppard Benjamin, lab 309 s 7th 
*Sheppard Mack, elevator boy h 516 

Walnut 



*Sheridan George, porter h 812 Castle 
*Sheridan John A, lab 407 s 7th 
*Sheridan Louis, lab 919 Queen 
Sheridan Mamie Miss, 509 s 4th 
*Sheridan Samuel, lab 208 Walnut 
^Sheridan William, lab 814 Castle 
*Sherman Grandrill, porter 308 n loth 
Shew Richard, elk h 160 1 Market 
Shilo Baptist Church, cor Walnut and 

McRae 
*Shines Daniel, lab 202 Brunswick 
*Shipman Lucy, cook h 614 s 9th 
Shiver Abram B, blksmith bds 517 s 

F'ront 
*Shiver Peter, lab 409 Swann 
^Shiver Simon T, lab 409 Swann 
Sholar Kate E Miss, 410 s 6th 
Sholar William H, brickmason h 208 

s 2d 
Shrier Abraham, shoe dlr 517 Market 
Shrier Hannah Miss, sten Alexander 

Sprunt & Son h 515 Princess 
Shrier Isaac, clothing and men's fur- 
nishings 102 n Front h 515 Princess 
Shrier Louis, elk h 515 Princess 
Shrier Marshall, salesman 102 n Front 

h 5 15 Princess 
Shrier Stella Miss, sten h 515 Princess 
*Shrinden Jerry, lab 808 Bladen 
Sibbett Emily S wid James H, 109 n 8^th 
*Sibley Frances, cook h 710 s lOth 
*Sickles Mary, washerwoman h 303 

Wooster 
Sidbury James D, night-watchman h 

Dawson cor 5th 
*Sidbury Walter, lab 1113 McRae's al 
Siegert Emil, tailor 128 Market h 114 

Market 
Siegert Nathaniel, mer tailor 128 Mar- 
ket h 1 14 Market 
Sieter Jacob, elk 819 Red Cross 



SIKES 



(229) 



SKEY 



ISikes Augustus V, engnr h 107 s 8th 
*Sikes Benjamin K Rev, pastor Ebe- 

nezer Baptist Church h 127 s 8th 
Sikes Livingston, elk h 107 s 8th 
Sikes Oscar, elk h 107 s 8th 
Silva John E, janitor p o h 814 n 5th 
Silvey Joseph, plumber h 920 Harnett 
Silvey Emanuel, carp h 617 s 7th 
*Simmons Alfred, porter Dock and 3d 
*Simmons Alonzo, lab 1118 Market 
*Simmons Amos, 821 Wright 
*Simmons Caroline, cook 1301 Market 
Simmons Charles H, barkpr h 106 n 

Water 

*Simmoiis Frank, lab 1 1 10 Market 

^Simmons Fred, lab Thompson's al 

*Simmons George, lab 109 Wooster 

' Simmons George C, watchmkr Castle 

nr 4th h 1313 n 4th 
"^Simmons Hester, washerwoman h 

810 Chestnut 
*Simmons James, lab 611 s 7th 
^Simmons James C, stevedore h 1 1 16 

Love's al 
*Simmons John, stevedore 518 Castle 
*Simmons Laurence, lab 921 Ann 
*Simmons Louis, lab 1301 Market 
*Simmons Lucy, cook h 417 Harnett 
*Simmons Margaret, cook h 211 

Strauss al 
*Simmons Mary, washerwoman h 611 

s 7th 
^Simmons Robert, driver C F S F E 

Co No 3 h 507 s 5th 
*Simmons Sarah, washerwoman h 611 

s 7th 
Simmons Thomas S,carpbds 1 13 Dock 
*Simmons William, 919 s 7th 
*Simmons Zachariah, fireman h 1410 

n 7th 
• Simons Joseph, clothing iio s Front 



*Simpson Abbie, cook h 917 Chestnut 
*Simpson Dora, cook h 406 s 4th 
*Simpson Elizabeth, nurse h 914 n 2d 
*Simpson George, farmer h 404 Wood 
*Simpson Maria, washerwoman h 

Wilson's al 
*Simpson Mary, washerwoman 404 

Wood 
*Simpson Sarah, cook liThompson's al 
*Simpson Silvia, cook h 914 n 2d 
Simpson William, carp bds 218 Castle 
*Sims Belford S, lab 917 s 8th 
Sims Loyd, lab 805 s 3d 
Sinclair James, elk A C L h 5 1 1 s 3d 
Singer Manufacturing Co (The), B D 

Armstrong mngr 115 Market 
*Singletary Charles, lab 906 Cleve- 
land ave bet Bladen and Harnett 
*Singletary Elizabeth, cook 510 n 

7th 
*Singletary Georgie, washerwotnan h 

909 Cleveland ave 
*Singletary James B, lab 909 Cleve- 
land ave 
*Singletary John, truckman C F & Y 

V Ry Co h 909 Cleveland ave 
*Singletary John C, lab 1120 n 2d 
*Singletary John F, lab 909 Cleve- 
land ave 
Singletary Sterling, waterman h 712 

s 2d 
*Singletary William, labThompson'sal 
*Singletary William W, lab 702 

Hanover 
*Singleton William, lab 516 s 9th 
Sisnainski John, tailor A David & Co 

h 115 Market 
Sisters of Mercy, in charge Academy 

of the Incarnation h 215 s 4th 
Skey Mary A wid William H, 905 
n 5th 



SKINNER 



.t^-^ 



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SMITH 



Skinner Frederick N Rev, pastor St 
Paul's Episcopal Church h 123 s 4th 
Skinner Louis H, foreman S W Skin- 
ner h 61 1 Orange 
Skinner Samuel W, marine railway 
and ship-yard Water nr Nun h 611 
Orange 
^Skipper Eliza, washerwoman h 913 

Cleveland ave 
Skipper Ezekiel, car inspr 5 1 1 Hanover 
Skipper Florence E Miss, 823 s 4th 
Skipper Frederick T, tinner 708 n 3d 
Skipper Harriet wid Michael, 519 

Swann 
Skipper Henry J, cooper h 5 19 Swann 
Skipper Irey, watchman h 314 Camp- 
bell 
Skipper Joshua G, confr 317 n Front 
Skipper Morgan, elk bds 824 McCum- 

ber's al 
Skipper Rufus P, chief engnr tug Ma- 
rion h 710 s 3d 
Skipper William B, miller 610 Swann 
Skipper William M, farmer 619 Surry 
*Slater Amos, lab 1 1 1 s i ith 
■'''Sledge Hattie, cook h 413 Hanover 
Slippitt Alice wid William H, 115 

s 2d 
Slippitt Devereaux A, elk h 115 s 2d 
Sloan Edward D, bkkr and cashier 

Hall & Pearsall h 12 n 8th 
Sloan George, cashier Wilmington 
Savings and Trust Co h 218 n 4th 
Sloan Hannah L wid George, 215 

(Mulberry) Grace 
■'^Sloan Isaac, peddler h 91 1 n 6th 
SLOAN J H, cotton exporter 221 
n Water h Augusta Ga, A H Bren- 
ner mngr — phone old 81 
Sloan Robert C, bkkpr 16 n Front h 
215 (Mulberry) Grace 



Slocum John C, baggagemstr h 614 

Walnut 
Slocum William R, boots and shoes 

120 Market h 410 Chestnut 
*Small Alexander, lab 613 n 6th 
"^Small Richard, lab 217 Bladen 
*Small Richard, truckman h 708 n 8th 
SMALLBONES HENRY G, supt 
Clyde Line S S Co pres Wilmington 
Compress and Warehouse Co and 
vice-pres Wilmington Produce Ex- 
change h 107 Walnut 
Smallbones Walter, sec-treas Wil- 
mington Compress and Warehouse 
Co h 415 s 3d 
Sbiann James G, 214 Chrstnut 
■'■Smart David H, coachman h 409 

s 6th 
Smaw Charles T, lumber inspr Cape 
Fear Lumber Co h Dudley's grove 
Smith A David, elk 609 n 4th h 820 

n 5th 
^Smith Albert, lab 311 n 5th 
Smith Alfred W, elk h 526 s Front 
*Smith Alice, nurse h 608 Nun 
*Smith Amanda, 417 Nixon 
*Smith Amanda, seamstress 907 n 8th 
*Smith Amelia, washerwoman h i6th 

nr Market 
SMITH ANDREW, real estate and 
lands 109 Princess (see adv next 
page) 
*Smith Annie, cook h 614 n 7th 
*Smith Benjamin, lab 613 Harnett 
Smith Bertie wid Jerry, 22 s 2d 
*Smith Betsy, nurse h 318 s 6th 
Smith Building, 109^^ Princess 
■*Smith Callie, nurse h 512 s 4th 
*Smith Canady, lab 10 Surry 
*Smith Catherine, restaurant 721 n 4th 
h 806 n 6th 



SMITH 



(23O 



SMITH 



Smith Corina wid Thomas, 514 s 2d 

Smith Charles C, lab 213 s32d 

Smith Charles E, cigars and tobacco 

609 n 4th h 81S n 5th 
*Smith Clara, 10 17 n 6th 
*Smith Cornell, porter h 8th bet 

Bladen and Harnett 
*Smith Cj'rus, lab 307 Brunswick 
"-"Smith Daniel M, carp h 814 n 6th 
*Smith Daniel M, lab 912 n 6th 
*Smith David, lab 809 Gerdes' al 
*Smith Edward, porter 705 Red Cross 
*Smith Edward, lab 914 Cleveland ave 
*Smith Elias, drayman h 829 Fanning 
Smith Eliza wid William, i5i4Market 
*Smith Elizabeth, 716 Nixon 
Smith Ernest, carp bds 504 n Front 
Smith Ernest E, carp h 5 19 n 4th 
Smith Emma J wid Isaac B,6i3 Dock 
■^Smith Fabey, cook h 515 s loth 
Smith Fanny wid Sylvester, 808 s 7th 
*Smith Frances, cook h 205 Hanover 
^Smith George, carp bds 516 s 9th 
Smith G Graham, pressman TJia 

Evetmig Dispatch h 218 Harnett 
Smith G Herbert (S & Gilchrist), h 

204 Nun 
Smith George R, motorman h 511 

Queen 
Smith George W, sailmkr h 615 s 2d 



*Smith Granville, lab 107 s 9th 
*Sniith Harrison, lab 114 n loth 
*Smith Hattie. servant h 412 s 7th 
Smith Henry H, city editor Morning- 
Star h 212 n Front 
Smith Henry N, elk h 212 n Front 
*Smith Horace, lab 5 s 12th 
*Smith James, 1205 McRae's al 
*Smith James, lab 620 Bladen 
*Smith James, lab Mayer nr Marsteller 
^Smith James, lab 806 n 6th 
*Smith James, lab 1107 n 7th 
Smith James C, capt tug h 10 s 8th 
Smith James D, elk h 408 n Front 
Smith James E, contr h 205 Red Cross 
Smith James E, lab 623 s 4th 
Smith James W, policeman h 514 s 2d 
*Smith John, drayman h 407 n 9th 
*Smith John, lab 819 n 2d 
*Smith John, lab 105 s 9th 
*Smith John C, lab 908 n 8th 
Smith John H, 401 n Front 
Smith John J, carp h 218 Harnett 
Smith John S.mchsth 301 Hanover 
Smith John T, grocer 102 Castle h 

614 s 5th 
Smith John W, barkpr 26 n Water h 

106 n 4th 
Smith John W, elk h 108 n 9th 
Smith Joseph, blksmith h 416 Bladen 




REAL ESTATE AGENT .^^ COLONIZER, 

SMITH BUILDING, PRINCESS STREET. 

Special Attention given to Rent Collections .... 

.... Insurance and Taxes Attended to Promptly. 
CASH ADVANCED ON IMPROVED PROPERTY. 



SMITH 



(232) 



SMITH 



*Smith Joseph, driver 119 s Front h 

707 s 9th 
*Smith Joseph, driver h 707 s 9th 
Smith Joseph D (Willard & S), ins 

adjuster 12 Princess 3d fir h 622 

Dock 
*Smith Joseph G, elk h 606 McRae 
*Smith Joseph R, lab 1207 Love's al 
Smith Julius R, cigars and tobacco 28 

n Front h 41 1 (Mulberry) Grace 
Smith J Willard, elk 28 n Front h 109 

Ann 
*Smith Kezzie, washerwoman h 813 

Millis al 
*Smith Lamb, lab 620 Nixon 
Smith Lawrence M, oiler h 718 s 2d 
■^Smith Lena, 1103 Svvann's al 
Smith Leonidas O'N, elk 18 n 2d h 

709 n 5th 
Smith Lessie Miss, 1016 n 4th 
Smith Lewis T, saloon 106 n Water 
*Smith Louis B, 420 s 6th 
Smith Louise B Miss. 205 Red Cross 
*Smith Mary, washerwoman h 815 

Millis al 
"Smith Margaret, cook h 617 s nth 
'^Smith Martha, washerwoman h 10 15 

n 5th 
^'Smith Martha, washerwoman h Wil- 
son al 
Smith Mary A wid William L, 115 

Ann 
Smith Mary J wid John W, 719 s 2d 
^Smith Mary J, 104 s iith 
^Smith Nancy, 209 Marsteller 
Smith Norwood G, sten h 118 n 2d 
*Smith Owen, switchman h 1 10 Mar- 
steller 
Smith Owen D, elk Boney & Harper 

h 212 n Front 
*Smith Peter, lab 504 s 3d 



Smith Peter H, provision dlr 608 n 

4th h 102 Red Cross 
*Smith Presley C, grocer 302 n loth 

h 1222 Charlotte 
*Smith Rachel, cook h 515 Nixon's al 
*Smith Rachel, cook h 414 Harnett 
Smith Robert C, mldr h 616 Dock 
Smith Robert E, supt motive power 

A C L h 513 Market 
*Smith Robert E, wheelwright in 

(Mulberry) Grace h 714 n 6th 
Smith Rockwell J, grocer h 727 s 3d 
Smith Sallie A Miss, sten Hall & 

Pearsall h 509 n 4th 
*Smith Samuel, grocer 519 Bladen h 

517 Bladen 
*Smith Samuel, lab 614 n 7th 
*Smith Samuel, porter h 11 s 7th 
• Smith Samuel L, tinner and roofer 18 

n 2d h 709 n 5th 
*Smith Sarah, nurse h 213 Brook's la 
Smith Sarah E wid James E, 413 n 4th 
*Smith Scipio, cotton sampler h 912 

Love ave 
'^Smith Shepard, lab 918 n 2d 
*Smith Solomon, lab 1020 n Front 
Smith Sophia W wid William L, 118 

n 2d 
*Smith Sophie, cook h 13 lO Princess 
*Smith Sophie, washerwoman 608 Nun 
*Smith Sophie, washerwoman h 407 

n 9th 
*Smith Thomas, lab 1017 n 6th 
*Smith Thomas, lab 700 n loth 
Smith Thomas J, engnr h 616 Dock 
Smith Thomas W, ins h 10 s 8th 
Smith Walter, lab Fulton House 
Smith W Hampton, delivery elk h 10 

s 8th 
*Smith W Henry, contr and bldr 119 

Dock 



SMITH 



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SOUTHERLAND 



Smith William, bkkpr h 616 Dock 
*Smith William, hostler 112 n Water 
Smith William C, stock elk G R 

French & Sons h 609 Orange 
*Smith William H, lab 810 n 3d 
*Smith William H, grocer loth cor 

Dock 
Smith William L, atty at law loi 

Princess h Market cor 5th 
Smith William McR, bkkpr Navassa 

Guano Co h 616 Dock 
Smith William P, inspr h 1016 n 4th 
Smith William R, drayman h 820 n 5th 
Smith Winslovv W, bank elk 118 n 2d 
• Smith & Gilchrist (G Herbert Smith 

and William Gilchrist), fertilizer 

agts 221 n Water 
Snead W F, trav salesman Powers 

Gibbs & Co h Fork Union Va 
*Sneed Alice, cook h 9th nr Dawson 
*Sneed Decato C, butcher stall 4 
n, ^ 4tlistrget mkt h 913 n. 8th 

Sneed Emmet H, furniture h 1 16 Nun 
Sneed Lovick W, furniture h 315 s 3d 
*Sneed Violet, cook h 914 Cleveland 
Q ave r (^ 

*Snee3en^enrietta wid John R, 616 

s 2d u,f r/(^l^- -^— - r • 

Sneeden James W, law elk J D Bell- 
amy and notary h 606 Orange 
Sneeden Joseph S, huckster h 616 s 2d 
Sneeden Silas, gunsmith 28 s 2d h 507 

s 2d 
Sneeden William, sten h 606 Orange 
Sneeden William M, huckster h 506 

s 2d 
Snell Keros H, carp h 306 s 6th 
Snell William A, pilot h no Church 
* SOLKY JACOB M, clothing and 

shoes 17-19 Market bds 507 Dock 
Soil John F, blksmith h 613 Church 



Soil Sarah wid John, dressmkr h 816 

Queen 
Solomon Bernhard (S & B S), h 616 

Market 
Solomon Isaac W, bkkpr S & B Sol- 
omon h 701 Market 
Solomon Jacob L, trav salesman S & 

B Solomon h 616 Market 
Solomon Sigmund (S & B S), h 701 

Market X<. .;.^- ^^ ^ 

• Solomon S & B (Sigmund and Bern- 
hard Solomon), dry goods notions 

and shoes 102-10S Market 
Sorenson Thomas, barkpr 31s Front 

h 291^ s Front 
Sorey William F (Murchison & Co) 

h New York city 
Sorsby James, ticket agt A C L h 4th 

cor (Mulberry) Grace 
*Soulds Artetia, maid h 617 Hanover 
*Soulds Carrie, cook h 617 Hanover 
*Soulds Lydia, cook h 617 Hanover 
*Soulds Lock C, 617 Hanover 
South Side Baptist Church, s 5th bet 

Queen and Wooster Rev James B 

Harrell pastor 
Southerland C Bonner, in n 5th 
*Southerland Charles, carp 406 s 7th 
Southerland Chauncey G, inspr naval 

stores inn Water h 16 n 8th 
Southerland Cornelia B wid Thomas 

J, III n 5th 
Southerland David D, timber agt in 

n Water h 16 n 8th 
*Southerland Enoch, carp h 426 s 3d 
Southerland HdeLeon.clkh inn 5th. 
*Southerland James, drayman h 811 

Red Cross 
Southerland John D, elk 523 n 7th h 

605 Queen 
Southerland Lafayette, elk 132 s Front 



SOUTHERLAND 



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SPOONER 



rSoutherland Leonidas B, elk h 1 1 1 
n 5th 
"Southerland Lewis, watchman h 1401 
n 7th 

Southerland Lonnie B, stamp elk p o 
h III n 5th 

'"Southerland Samuel, driver h 71 1 
Red Cross 

SOUTHERN BELL TELEPHONE 
AND TELEGRAPH CO (Wilming- 
ton branch), 3d flr National Bank 
bldg F L Woodruff mngr — phone 
100 

Southern Distilling Co (The), 119 
Princess Samuel Bear Jr pres Isaac 
Bear sec-treas liquors who and 
rectifiers 

Southern Express Co Atlantic Divis- 
ion, Atlantic National Bank bldg 
William J Crosswell supt 

Southern Express Co, 14 Princess J 
R Williams agt 

Southern Express Co, Trace and Col- 
lection Department W J Warren 
chf elk Atlantic National Bank bldg 

Southern Insurance Co of N O, 108 
Princess F H Stedman agt 

SOUTHPORT AND WILMING- 
TON STEAMBOAT CO, J W 
Harper mngr whf ft Market 

^Sparrow James, lab 407 Queen 

*Spells Joseph Rev, h 13 18 n 6th 

Spence William D, chemist h 310 
Hanover 

*Spencer Amanda, cook 614 Hanover 

*Spencer Andrew, lab 614 s 9th 

^Spencer Andrew, lab 617 s loth 

Spencer Charles fiy grocer looi n 4th 
h 317 Harnett 

*Spencer Elizabeth, washerwoman h 
705 s 9th 



*Spencer Helen, washerwoman h 

520 s 4th 
■^Spencer Mollie, washerwoman U 

Evans' al bet 4th and 5th 
*Spencer Rias, lab Meadow al bet 8th 

and 9th 
*Spencer Thomas, lab 104 Dawson 
*Sppncer William, lab 623 s 8th 
Spencer William A, elk 100 1 n 4th h 

315 Harnett 
*Spicer Annie, washerwoman h 715 

Hanover 
*Spicer Christopher, blksmith 11 17 n 

3d h 605 Swann 
*Spicer Eliza, cook h 316 Wooster 
^Spicer George L, lab 619 s 8th 
*Spicer Georgie, cook 1008 Shaw's al 
*Spicer Isaac, lab 416 Howard 
*Spicer James, lab 702 s 9th 
*Spicer James, porter h 208 McRae 
*Spieer John, driver h 1008 Shaw's al 
"Spicer Joseph, lab 1 3 14 James 
*Spicer Oliver, lab 915 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Spicer Robert, lab 915 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Spicer Satira, cook h Wilson's al 
^'Spicer Virgil, lab Wilson's al 
*Spicer William, drayman h 705 s 9th 
*Spicer W H, carp h 715 Hanover 
*Spinnit Palmer, drayman 1212 James 
Spirittine Chemical Co, Smith bldg 

Louis Hansen genl mngr 
Spivey William J, carp h 905 n 4th 
Spivey William M, lab 905 n 4th 
Spooner C Laurine, messr W U Tel 

Co h 708 s 2d 
Spooner Richard C, salesman J M 

Solky h 117 s 8th 
Spooner William T, night-watchman 

h 708 s 2d 



SPRINGER 



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STELJES 



Springer Horace D, salesman \V E 
Springer & Co h 102 n 5th 

Springer James A (J A S & Co), h 102 
n 5 th 
» Springer J A & Co (James A Springer 
and Daniel H Penton), coal wood 
and shingles I2i n Water 

Springer John C (W E S & Co) and 
(R VV Wallace & Co), h 203 n 3d 

Springer Samuel J, bkkpr J A Spring- 
er & Co h 102 n 5th 

♦ Springer W E & Co (William E and 

John C Springer), importers and 
jobbers hardware crockery and tin- 
ware 14 n Front 
Springer William E (W E S & Co) 
and (R W Wallace & Co), 214 n 2d 
*Spruel William, lab 408 Bladen 
*Spruell R, teacher h 512 Dickinson 
*Spruell William P, barber 605 Red 

Cross h 512 Dickinson 
*Spruil Sophie, cook h 403 Harnett 

* Sprunt Alexander & Son (James and 

William H Sprunt), cotton export- 
ers n Front 

Sprunt James (A S & Son), and pres 
Champion Compress and Warehouse 
Co h 400 s Front 

Sprunt N Edward, cotton h 115 Red 
Cross 

SPRUNT THOMAS E, supt Cham- 
pion Compress and Warehouse Co 
h 1 17 Red Cross 

Sprunt William H (A S & Son), h 223 
n 3d 

*Stackhouse Hagar, cook 609 Church 

*Stalks Luvina, 1104 s 2d 

*Stallings Annie, washerwoman, h 510 
s 5th 

*StaIlings Catherine, cook h 711 Wil- 
son's al 



Stamp Nancy, washerwoman h 909 

Schutt's al 
*Stamp Oscar, lab 909 Schutt's al 
*Stancey William, lab 721 Bladen 
Standard Oil Co, W R Barksdale 

mngr Front cor Brunswick 
*Stanfield Martha, washerwoman h 18 

Shaw's al 
*Stanford Charles, lab 1013 n 2d 
^Stanford James, lab 608 Anderson 
*Stanford Margaret, washerwoman h 

608 Anderson 
Stanland Henry D, compositor The 

Messenger h 312 McRae 
Stanley Charles, driver 18 s Front h 

518 s 8th 
Stanley Edward, lab 213 Dawson 
STAR JOB PRINTING OFFICE 

(The), bookbinding and ruling and 

job printers W H Bernard propr 7-9 

Princess 
*Starkey Thomas, stevedore h 607 

Church 
*Starkey William, porter 9th nr Castle 
*Staton Green, brakeman h 108 Mar- 

steller 
*Steal Edward, lab 802 n 7th 
Stedman Eugenie M wid George H, 

116 s 8th 
Stedman Frank H,genl ins agt stocks 

bonds and real estate 108 Princess 

h 311 n 2d 
Steenken Annie L F wid George, 1204 

n 4th 
Steenken Ernest, wharf bldr I204n 4th 
Stein Louis (A David & Co), h 619 

Market 
' Steljes Dedrick, grocer ^602 s 6th h 324 

s 5th ^ ,,,^<r^ M^-^ — c 

Steljes Herbert, elk Dedrick Steljes h 
324 s 5th 



STELJES 



(236) 



STOLTER 



Steljes J Dick (Schnibben & S), and 

saloon Water cor (Mulberry) Grace 
Stemmerman Annie C Miss, teacher 

Lutheran Parochial School h 210 

Church 
Stemmerman Charles H, locomotive 

engnr h 210 Church 
*Stephens Allan, lab 517 Bladen 
Stephenson Jane wid Christopher, 414 

Walnut 
*Stepney Moses M, lab 817 Dawson 
*Sterling Adeline, cook h 703 Bladen 
^Sterling David, drayman 605 Church 
^Sterling David, lab 121 1 n 7th 
*Sterling Samuel, porter h 616 n 7th 
*Sterling Scipio, lab 605 Church 
*Sterling S, washerwoman h 503 n 7th 
^Sterling Thomas, teacher h 616 n 7th 
Stern Ferdinand, elk 212 n Front rms 

109 Princess 
^ Sternberger Bros (Sol Jr and Julius 

Sternberger), grocers and liquors 10 

Market 
Sternberger Isadore J, trav salesman 

20 Market bds 513 Nun 
Sternberger Joseph, salesman h 513 

Nun 
Sternberger Julius (S Bros), 513 Nun 
Sternberger Sol Jr (S Bros), no s 7th 
Stevens D Wright, hd miller Boney 

& Harper h Masonboro Sound 
*Stevens Eliza, cook h 312 Brunswick 
*Stevens Henry, lab 1008 Miller 
*Stevens John, lab 708 Walnut 
*Stevenson Anna, cook h 907 n 9th 
Stevenson Christiana E wid James M, 

323 s 5th 
*Stevenson George, lab 720 Orange 
Stevenson J C & Taylor (James C Ste- 
venson and J Allan Taylor), who 

grocers 18 s Front 



Stevenson James C (J C S & Taylor),. 

h 419 s 3d 
Stevenson James M, city salesman 18 

s Front h 419 s 3d 
*Stevenson Robert, lab 810 n 3d 
*Stevenson William, lab 218 n 6th 
Stevenson William M, insurance h 

119 s 5th 
*Steward Lucius, lab 710 Brunswick 
"•^Steward William, lab 707 n 4th 
*Steward William B, lab 1020 Castle 
*Stewart Carrie, washerwoman h 823 

Millis al 
^Stewart Charles H, porter h 7th bet 

Castle and Queen 
Stewart C W, bkkpr h 420 Red Cross 
*Stewart Cornelia, washerwoman h 

708 n 8th 
*Stewart Cynthia, 815 s 4th 
^Stewart Henry, drayman h 613 s 7th 
Stewart James C, chief engnr Cham- 
pion Compress and Warehouse Co 

h 1009 n 4th 
*Stewart Jane, cook h 810 Castle 
*Stewart John A, porter h 819 s 4th 
*Stewart Maggie, washerwoman h 

716 s 9th 
^Stewart Mattie, seamstress h 708 

n 8th 
*Stewart William J, barber h 611 lOth 
Stewart William R, salesman 34 n 

Front h 420 Red Cross 
*Stockey Thomas, porter h 702 Queen 
*Stokes Buchannon C, lab 810 Castle 
*Stokes Isaac, lab 810 Castle 
Stokes William F, physician 2073^ 

Market and druggist 5th cor Castle 
Stokley W Harry, elk Navassa Guano 

Co h 708 Dock 
Stolter Caroline E wid Henry, 222 s 

Front 



STOLTER 



(237) 



SUGGS 



Stolter John F, candy h iioi Market 
Stone Bolivar O, trav salesman Cor- 

bett & Gore h 319 Chestnut 
Stone Robert R (R R S & Co), h 219 

s 5th 
• Stone R R & Co (Robert R Stone), 

who grocers and com mers 7 s 

Water ^^4 A^^y^C ^. U^ C^Tt^ 

Stone Willie H, elk 7 s Water h 219 

s 5th 
Storm Walter (homo), physician 319 

Orange 
Stormfeltz John W, bookbdr bds 

Marlborough House 
Story Alfred, elk h 208 Wooster 
*Story Edward, porter h 718 Red 

Cross 
Story Samuel A, salesman Worth & 

Worth h 208 Wooster 
♦ Stout John C, contr h 908 Chestnut 
Stover Martin L, train dispatcher A 

C L h 405 n Front 
Strange Robert Rev D D, pastor St 

James Episcopal Church h 313 

Market 
Strange Thomas W, atty at law lOi 

Princess h 315 s Front 
Strauss Auge, lab 709 n 4th 
Strauss Jessie wid William H, 1012 

n 4th 
Strauss John H, 709 n 4th 
Strauss Mattie Miss, 1012 n 4th 
Strickland Adella wid Robert, dress- 

mkr h 1018 n 6th 
Strickland Arthur C, fireman h 401 

n Front 
Strickland Bertie P, elk h 1018 n 6th 
Strickland Hardy W, lab 407 Harnett 
Strickland Jacob W, stonectr h 407 

Harnett 
Strickland John H, weaver h 809 s 2d 



Strickland Mamie A, elk h 41 1 Bladen 
Strickland Mary E wid Richard, 407 

Harnett 
Strickland Nancy L wid William H, 
411 Bladen 
# Stroch Margaret E wid Jacob, milli- 
ner III s Front rms 613 Princess 
Stronach Adam, carp h 19 s 8th 
Strong Charles M, local forecast offi- 
cial U S Weather Bureau h 102 
Orange 
^Strong Mary, cook h 412 Harnett 
*Stroud Anderson Rev, pastor Mount 

Olive A M E Church h 908 s 2d 
Strout Minnie T Miss, teacher Gregory 
Normal Institute h 613 Nun 
' Strunck Ernest P H, grocer 501 s 4th 
Struthers Hester Miss, teacher Union 

school h 418 Market 
Struthers William, second asst to 

treas City Hall h 418 Market 
Struthers William Jr, elk So Express 

Co h 418 Market 
Stubbs David J, foreman h 3 Queen 
Stubbs John A, fireman h 915 s 2d 
Sturdivant Elizabeth P wid Caswell 

H, 19 s 8th 
Styne Luther Y, dairy bds 214 Mar- 
ket 
Styne William M C, tinner h 508 

Wooster 
Styron Charlotte wid Oliver, 219 s 2d 
Styron Wallace H, elk 12 s Front h 

115 n 3d 
Styron Wallace H Jr, lab 115 n 3d 
• Suden Edward T, grocer 818 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Sue Alexander, lab 9th nr Dawson 
*Suggs Annie, washerwoman h 506 

Brunswick 
*Suggs Anthony, lab 506 Brunswick 



SUGGS 



(238) 



SWEET 



t^ 



Suggs Charles W (Suggs, Peterson & 

Co), h 715 Princess 
*Suggs Eliza, cook h 413 s 7th 
Supgs Gemima wid John, Baptist 

Home 718 s 5th 
*Suggs John, lab 1006 Green 
*Suggs Richard, lab Thompson's al 
Suggs, Peterson & Co (Charles W 

Suggs, George A Peterson and 

Joseph F Craig), tin and sheet-iron 

wkrs 14 n 2d 
*Sullivan Charles W, bottler 924 n 5th 
*Sullivan James, lab 924 n 5th 
Sumlin George S, elk 523 n 4th h 417 

Campbell 
Snmlin John H, blksmith bds 712 s 3d 
Sumlin Margaret M wid William F L, 

604 n 5th 
Sumlin Robert L, elk 21 Market h 

604 n 5 th 
Sumlin William D, elk Edward Van 

Laer h 604 n 5th 
Sumlin W Frank, carp h 604 n 5th 
*Summerfield Nathan W, lab 507 

Price's al 
Sun Fire Ins Office of London, 212 

Princess 
Sun Life Assurance Co of Canada, J 

M McGowan district mngr 213 

Princess 
Sun Mutual Lis Co of New Orleans, 

Willard & Smith genl agts for N C 

10 Princess 
Sun Mutual Ins Co (fire) of New Or- 
leans, 12 Princess 
*Sutton Charles, lab 506 Red Cross 
Sutton David B, atty at law rm i 17 

Princess 
Sutton House, J A Atkinson propr 

no Market 
Sutton John A, policeman 1 16 Walnut 



Sutton John M, elk 622 Nixon h 116 

Market 
Sutton Luther C, asst supt Life Ins 

Co of Va h 909 Chestnut 
Sutton Thomas H Rev, pastor Market 

Street Methodist Church 209 n 7th 
Swain Solomon D Rev, h 419 s 5th 
Swain Anthony, painter h 905 n 5th 
*Swain Charlotte, 14 King's al 
Swain Elsie L wid Anthony, 905 n 5th 
*Swain Lina, cook h 916 Orange 
Swain Stephen A, elk 126-128 Water 

h 704 s 3d 
Swann Annie wid Benjamin F, 518 

s 5 th 
Swann Benjamin F, elk h 518 s 5th 
*Swann E, farmer h Market cor n 17th 
*Swann Edward, lab 1120 n 5th 
*Swann Henry, lab 412 Harnett 
Swann James G, pressman LeGwin 

Bros h 216 Blainney's al 
*Swann Jesse, stevedore h 217 Dawson 
Swann Joseph W, bkbdr h 5th nr 

Castle 
*Swann Louisa, grocer Market cor 17th 
*Swann Roger C, porter h Market 

cor 17th 
Swann Theodore, elk h 620 s 4th 
Swann Vrans, carp h 5th nr Castle 
Swann Vrans Jr, off boy 5th nr Castle 
*Sweat Elias, porter h 714 n 6th 
*Sweat Robert, wheelwright h 714 

n 6th 
*Sweat William, lab 714 n 5th 
*Sweatt Thomas, lab 614 McRae 
Sweeney Hugh, mldr h 416 n 3d 
Sweeney John H, engnr The Claren- 
don Water Wks Co h 217 Red 

Cross 
*Sweet Celia, washerwoman h 817 s4th 
*Sweet F, washerwoman h 817 s 4th 



SWEET 



(239) 



TAYLOR 



Sweet Robert N, importer salt and 

kainit Worth bldg h 426 Orange 
*S\veet Tenah, cook h 817 s 4th 
*Swenson Andrew, carp h 611 s 9th 
*Swift Frank, lab 514 n 9th 
^Swindel Alexander, cooper h 404 

Bladen 
Swindell Frances A wid William H, 

614 s 3d 
"Swinson Annie, saleswoman h 310 

n 9th 
Swinson James, carp h 708 Brunswick 
"Swinson Jane, seamstress 207 s 12th 
Swinson John H, cooper Standard Oil 

Co bds Fulton House 
"Sykes Albert T, painter h 722 Camp- 
bell 
Sykes Augustus V, engnr h 107 8th 
Sykes Austin, barkpr F B Brown h 

107 s 8th 
^Sykes Benjamin K Rev, pastor Ebe- 

nezer Baptist Church h 127 s 8th 
Sykes Charles M, lumber inspr h 15 

n 7th 
*Sykes Evalina, cook h 416 Harnett 
Sykes John, barber h 308 Harnett 
'^Sykes Taylor, lab Mayer nr Marstel- 

ler 
Sykes Thomas J, barkpr Charles 

Schnibben bds Rock Spring Hotel 
Sykes Thomas P, horse dlr 405 n 7th 



T 



Taft Walter, engnr h 713 s 3d 

"Tard Delia, washerwoman 615 n 6th 

Tart William L Rev, h 913 n 7th 

*Tate Henry, lab 615 Castle 

"Tate Henry H, blksmith and wheel- 

V/right Nixon cor Love's al h 420 

n 8th 



*Tate Jane, washerwoman h 509 n 8th 
*Tatnall Edward, h Wilson's al 
Tatum Leonard C, receiving elk SAL 

h 116 Walnut 
Taylor Amelia B Miss, elk E V Rich- 
ards h 206 Castle 
Taylor Bessie I Miss, sten Singer 

Mnfg Co h 13 n 7th 
*Taylor Boliver, driver h 724 s 2d 
Taylor David E, elk 110-112 Market 
bds 109 s 7th ♦, Q 

• Taylor Dora Mrs, saleslady 118 
Market h 507 Dock 
*Taylor Edward R, porter h 417 s 6th 
Taylor Edward T, cashier Navassa 

Guano Co h 215 Walnut 
Taylor Elisha J, carp, h 512 Queen 
Taylor Elizabeth A wid John A, 13 

n 7 th 
*Taylor Frank, plumber h 821 Camp- 
bell 
Taylor George P, elk 119 Red Cross 
Taylor Henry, mchst bds 115 Market 
*Taylor Henry, lab 617 Castle 
*Taylor Henry, mchst h 1014 Walnut 
Taylor J Allan (J C Stevenson & T), 

h i4n 7th r-/^^Z 

Taylor James H, stoves and trmnrare 
23 s Front'h 619 (Mulberry) Grace 
Taylor James H Jr, elk h 619 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
"Taylor James W, shoemkr 906 

Market 
Taylor John, mngr Taylor's Bazaar h 

507 Dock 
*Taylor John, lab 809 Wright 
*Taylor John, porter h 509 Walnut 
Taylor John D, elk superior court h 
215 Walnut 
TpTaylor John E, first asst to treas City 
Hall h 112 n 8th 



TAYLOR (240) 

*Taylor John H, lab 509 Walnut 

Taylor John K, lab 609 s 4th 

Taylor Joseph J, boot and shoemkr 

207 Market h 203 n lOth 
Taylor Julien N, elk bds 412 Princess 
Taylor Julius P, salesman J M Solky 

h 507 Dock 
Taylor Julius W, fish dlr h 722 s 4th 
Taylor Leopold, elk 118 Market h 

507 Dock 
Taylor Louis, 513 Hanover 
*Taylor Louis, lab 520 s 5th 
■^Taylor Margaret H, washerwoman h 

1020 Castle 
Taylor Mary Miss, laundress h 513 

Hanover 
Taylor Matthew P, 119 Red Cross 
Taylor Matthew P Jr (M P T Jr & 

Co), h 1 1 s 7th 
Taylor M Elizabeth wid Julius W, 

206 Castle 
/^Taylor Mildred, maid 11 10 Chestnut 
Taylor M P Jr & Co (Matthew P Tay- 
lor Jr), bicycles and repairs 202 
Market 
*Taylor Paul, lab 507 n 8th 
*Taylor Rebecca, cook h r 1107 Wal- 
nut 
Taylor Robin, elk M P Taylor Jr & 

Co h 1 19 Red Cross 
Taylor Sallie, laundress 513 Hanover 
Taylor Thomas C, capt tug Navassa 

h 408 Walnut 
Taylor T Vance, overseer h 206 Castle 
TAYLOR WALKER, genl ins agt 
Exchange bldg vice-pres Mechanics 
Home Assn and Wilmington Cham- 
ber of Commerce h 321 s 3d (see 
adv) 
*Taylor William, lab 1308 Market 
Taylor William E. carp h 619 Church 



THARP 



Taylor William I, drug elk R R Bel- 
lamy h 412 Princess 
*Taylor William P, barber 207 s 12th 
Taylor William R, elk h 619 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
*Taylor Zachariah, lab 1016 Chestnut 
Taylor's Bazaar, dry goods and mil- 
linery 1 1 8 Market John Taylor mngr 
*Teacher Nancy, washerwoman h 604 

Campbell 
*Teachey James, lab 510 s 5th 
*Telfair Abram, lab 214 Queen 
*Telfair Edward R, lab 615 Walnut 
*Telfair Gilbert T, lab 11 11 Dock 
*Telfair Henrietta, cook h 11 13 Dock 
*Telfair James L, letter carrier h 615 

Walnut 
*Telfair James W Rev, h 615 Walnut 
*Telfair John, lab mo n 7th 
*Telfair Joshua, lab 12 12 Market 
*Telfair Joshua, stevedore 214 Queen 
*Telfair Kate, teacher Williston Graded 

School h 615 Walnut 
^Telfair Owen D, lab 615 Walnut 
*Telfair William, lab 214 Queen 
Temple James, carp h 720 s Front 
Temple of Israel (synagogue), cor 4th 
and Market Rev Samuel Mendel- 



sohn rabbi 



7^:>]^ 



%2 



Tennent Edward S, real estate dlr n6Mv, 
tary and comr deeds for S C 13 
Princess (Allen bldg) and pres 
Brunswick Bridge and Ferry Co h 
219 Walnut 

Tennent Hattie T wid Edward S, 219 
Walnut 

Terry Charles G, solgagth 1023 n 3d 

Terry Samuel H, 815 n 4th 

Terry V C, machine opr h 6th nr Nun 

•Tharp John J, grocer 300 McRae h 
814 (Mulberry) Grace 



THARP 



(241) 



THORBURN 



Tharp William H, grocer 219 Queen 

h 217 Queen 
Thees Alice E wid John A, 120 Dock 
Thees George B, elk Life Ins Co of 

Va h 120 Dock 
Thigpen William W, mchst h 914 

Chestnut 
^Thomas Adolphus, saloon 19 s Wa- 
ter h 1208 Market 
Thomas Alexander S (T & Mercer), h 

Charleston S C 
*Thomas Andrew, driver 1004 Orange 
*Thomas Charles H, cook h 509 

Brunswick 
*Thomas Charles H, mechanic h 915 

n 7th 
^Thomas Dennis, hostler 219 n 3d 
*Thomas George, fish dlr h 518 s 

Front 
Thomas George G, physician 315 

Market h 319 Market 
^'Thomas George W, porter h 516 

McRae' 
"Thomas Hannah, 1017 Wooster 
*Thomas Hannah, washerwoman h 

807 Queen 
Thomas John, carp h 703 s 6th 
Thomas John H, grocer 523 n 4th h 

307 n Front 
Thomas Joseph G, elk 608 McRae h 

606 McRae 
"Thomas Lavinia, washerwoman h 807 

Queen 
■^Thomas Luke, lab 615 Nixon 
"Thomas Martha, washerwoman h 

Evan's al nr 4th 
Thomas Mary E Miss, laundress h 

703 s 6th 
Thomas Mary S wid William G, 10 

n 4th 
*Thomas Nancy, 501 Howard 



Thomas Philip T, elk h 413 n 5th 
^Thomas Richard, lab 508 Taylor 
^Thomas Robert, carp h 109 Wooster 
^Thomas Smith, grocer 608 McRae 

h 606 McRae 
»Thomas & Mercer (Alexander S 

Thomas and William T Mercer), 

furniture and house furnishings 5 

Market 
"■"'Thompson Angeline, cook 320 n 9th 
*Thompson Anna, cook h 515 Bladen 
Thompson Charles H, elk 100 s Front 

h 604 s Front 
Thompson Fletcher, lab 302 Hanover 
^Thompson Frank, lab 907 n 6th 
^Thompson Isham, restaurant 115 s 

Front h 806 Castle 
■^•'Thompson Jacob, lab 811 Bladen 
■'^Thompson Jacob, lab 1218 n Sth 
Thompson Laura E wid Alfred A, 106 

Dawson 
^Thompson Lucy, maid h 320 n 9th 
"Thompson Lucy B wid James, 418 

Campbell 
^Thompson Rachel, washerwoman h 

320 n 9th 
*Thompson Robert B, lab 906 Cleve- 
land ave 
^Thompson Sallie, maid h 320 n 9th 
"Thompson Samuel, lab 811 Bladen 
Thompson Sarah widThomas, King's al 
Thompson Stella Mrs, boarding 413 

n 2d 
^Thompson Thomas, painter h 320 

n 9th 
"Thompson Tyman, drayman h 1 107 

n 9th 
Thorburn John W, chf elk C F & Y V 

Ry Co h 711 Princess 
Thorburn Lucy Miss, saleslady C W 

Polvogt & Co h 5th nr Orange 



^ijZ^.-^ 



^'T 



a^X 



THORBURN 



(242) 



TUCKER 



Thorburn Mary A wid Robert, 310 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Thornton Thomas H, capt steamer 

Almont h 520 n 3d 
*Thurber Mary B, nurse h 818 s 8th 
Tidemann William, elk 1022 n 4th 
Tiencken Melchior G, variety store 

Castle cor 4th h 406 Castle 
*Tier Ferdinand, hostler h Hanover 

nr 2d 
Tietgen Henry, farmer h 1306 Market 
Tileston High School, Ann nr 4th Miss 

Annie L Rose prin 
Tiller Max A, watchmkr and jeweller 

209 Princess 
Tilley George E (G ET & Co), h 507 

s 6th 
Tilley George F, 507 s 6th 
Tilley G E & Co (George E Tilley), 
butchers stalls 6-8 Front street mkt 
*Tilman Samuel, cotton separator h 

1 105 n 6th 
*Timmons Richard, lab 1006 James 
Tindall Henry, mechanic 507 Harnett 
Tindall Louis, foreman h 507 Harnett 
*Tisdale Sarah, nurse 408 Brunswick 
Todd William H, elk h 916 s 2d 
Toler J McKjtrav salesman 20 Market 

h 312 n 3d 
Toler John F, tinner h 310 Red Cross 
*Toler Prince, lab 1309 n 5th 
TOLfiR THOMAS S, tin and 
sheet-iron wks r 104 s Front h 310 
Red Cross 
Toler Thomas S Jr, tinner h 310 Red 

Tolson George M Rev, pastor Chapel 

Good Shepherd h 422 s Front 
*Toomer Cupid, lab 1106 n 8th 
ToomerEvander Ojbkkpr 115 n Water 
h 316 s 5th 



'^Toomer Frank P, policeman h 916 

Love ave 
*Toomer John, porter h 5th bet 

Wright and Dawson 
*Toomer Louisa, cook h 311 Bruns- 
wick 
*Toomer Maria, washerwoman h 705 

Hanover 
*Toomer Martha J, washerwoman h 

120 n nth 
■^Toomer Melissa, cook h 615 Queen 
Toomer Whitfield P, elk h 113 s 5th 
*Toomer William, lab 701 McRae 
TOOMER WILLIAM J, cashier At- 
lantic National Bank h 508 s Front 
Toon Elizabeth wid William H, 516 

Princess "-/, , 1^^^ 

Toon J Luther, elk in charge National 

Rice Milling Co h 506 Princess 
Toon William P, bkkpr Worth & 

Worth h 516 Princess 
Torpy Thomas, foreman machine shop 

A C L h 413 n 3d 
Torpy Thomas J, mchst h 413 n 3d 
*Torrents Alfred, driver 1 113 Love'sal 
^Torrents Grandison C, painter h 513 

Nixon 
Totzke Albert, boatswain h 609 s P'ront 
Town Creek Steamers, whf ft Chest- 
nut James Madden agt 
Townsend Benjamin D, trav salesman 

18 s Front h Bennettsville S C 
■^Travers Joseph, lab 407 Queen 
^Travis Caledonia, washerwoman h 

1205 Princess 
*Troy Janie, dressmkr h 312 Church 
*Tucker Delia, washerwoman h 821 

Fanning 
TUCKER H A & BRO (Henry A 
and Robert D Tucker), granite and 
marble yards 310 n Front 



TUCKER 



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TYLER 



*Tucker Henry, carp h 414 n 8th 
Tucker Henry A (H A T & Bro). bds 

Rock Spring Hotel 
*Tucker John H.carp h 91 1 Schutt's al 
*Tucker Laura, washerwoman h iiio 

Charlotte 
Tucker Robert D (H A T & Bro), h 

2 1 1 n 7th 
*Tucker Romeo, lab 409 Wilson's al 
Tucker Susan, washerwoman 414 n 8th 
*Tucker William, lab 713 s 9th 
Turley Charles A, watchman h 420 

Swann 
Turley, William H, grocer 1007 n 4th 
Turley William M, watchman h 816 

n 5 th 
Turlington Randolph A, drug elk 621 

n 4th 
Turner Catherine V wid William, 520 

n 3d 
*Turner Charlotte, washerwoman h 

714 Ann 
Turner E Florence Miss, spinner h 

Woos^^er cor Surry 
Turner Elizabeth wid James L, 

Wooster cor Surry 
*Turner Emma, housemaid h 721 

Campbell 
■"Turner Hannah, 505 Howard 
■^'Turner Henry, wood dlr h 620 McRae 
Turner John B, bkkpr 108-110 n 2d h 

307 s 5th 
Turner John H, 719 Orange 
Turner John M, 907 s 2d 



*Turner John W, drayman h 917 Ann 
*Turner John W Jr, drayman h 917 

Ann 
■^Turner Joseph, barber h 721 Camp- 
bell 
*Turner Joseph Jr, lab 721 Campbell 
*Turner Lucy cook h 1109 Walnut 
Turner Martha Mrs, 807 s 2d 
*Turner Mary A, 1106 McRae's al 
*Turner Robert, painter 1109 Walnut 
*Turner William, lab 131 1 Love 
Turrentine Frank P, elk T M Turren- 

tine h 814 Market 
Turrentine Hugh W, elk h 814 Market 
Turrentine John R, pres The J R T 

Co h 814 Market 
Turrentine John R Jr, sec-treas The 
J R T Co and notary h 509 Princess 
Turrentine J R Co (The), John R 
Turrentine pres John R Turrentine 
Jr sec-treas brokers and com mers 
201 n Water 
TURRENTINE T MORGAN, 
stocks cotton and grain broker 17 
Princess — phone old 265 h 814 Mar- 
ket (see adv next page) 
Twining Coleman, bldr h 519 n 4th 
Twining Harvey, baggage agt h 515 

n 5 th 
Twining Sarah Vv'id Samuel, 508 n 5th 
*Tyler Charles, lab 616 n lOth 
*Tyler Isaac, lab 616 n loth 
*Tyler Rachel, 1205 Princess 
Tyler Thaddeus F. mngr h 701 s 2d 



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TYLER 



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VICTOR 



*Tyler William, 409 Harnett 
Tyner James E, stonectr lOii s Front 
Tyree William C, elk foreign collec- 
tions Atlantic National Bank h 413 
n 2d 
*Tyson Conductor, lab 6 Castle 



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Ulrich William, chf elk p o h 502 s 

Front 
Union School, 6th cor Ann Miss M 

E Cook prin 
*United Charities Association, 5 s 2d 

Richard L Hutchins genl mngr 
United States Custom-House, 12 n 

Water William R Kenan coir 
United States Marine Hospital Ser- 
vice, off Custom-House John Van- 

sant surgeon 
United States Ship-Yard, ft Queen 

Robert Robins overseer 
United States Weather Bureau, p o 

bldg C M Strong local forecast 

official 
Upchurch Rebecca J wid Bartlett, 316 

n Front 
Utley John, elk 28 s Front bds 223 s 

Front 



V 



VAN LAER EDWARD, pianos 
and organs 402-404 n 4th — phone 
old 213 



Van Laer Robert E, elk Edward Van 

Lear 402-404 n 4th 
*Vann Aaron, lab 811 n 6th 
*Vann Edward, cook h 823 Green 
Vann Eliza J wid William, 612 Red 

Cross 
Vann John D, lumber inspr bds 409 

Chestnut 
Vann William L, foreman planing 

mill bds 409 Chestnut 
Vann William R, messr W U Tel Co 

h 612 Red Cross 
Van Orsdell Ella E wid Cornelius M, 

Ills 6th 
Vansant John, surgeon U S M H S h 

Marine Hospital 
Vaughan Maude L Miss, saleslady 

103 Market h 114 Dock 
Vaughan Robert O, baker h 114 Dock 
Vause Preston, napper tender 718 s 2d 
Vause William D, napper tender h 

718 s 2d 
Venues Joseph, watchman 609 Harnett 
Vernon George W, bkbdr The Star 

job off bds Princess nr 9th 
Vick Alfred W, elk A C L h 109 n 3d 
Vick Mary Miss, 109 n 3d 
Vick Samuel R, sec to treas A C L h 

215 n 2d 
Vick Walker W, sten Powers, Gibbs 

& Co h 212 s 2d 
Victor The, 411 n Front Mrs Rebecca 

Filers propr 



DIRECT NEW YORK WIRE. 



T. MORGAN TURRENTINE, 

COMMISSION BROKER. 

Cotton, Stocks, Grain, and Provisions, 



17 Princess Street, 



WILMINGTON, N. C. 



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VINCENT 



(245) 



WADE 



Vincent Nathaniel B, uphr h ii6 

n 2d 
Vincent Robert VV, elk h ii6 n 2d 
Vinson Josiah, driver h 3 Wooster 
Vinton Amanda Miss, ironer 202 s 

Front h 2d cor Dock 
Virginia Fire and Marine Ins Co of 

Richmond, 12 Princess 
Virginia State Ins Co of Richmond, 

108 Princess 
Vollers Elizabeth wid Luhr, 119 

Orange 
Vollers Hanke, 23 s 2d 
Vollers Henry L (V & Hashagan), h 

III Orange 
VOLLERS & HASHAGAN (Henry 

L Vollers and F E Hashagan), who 

provisions Nutt at A C L crossing 

— phones 20 
Vollers L Henry, contr h 102 s 4th 
Vollers William A, grocer and liquors 

28 s Front h 223 s Front 
Von Glahn Charles, elk 109 Market 

h 19 n 5th 
Von Glahn Henry, shoe dlr 109 Mar- 
ket h 19 n 5th 
Von Glahn William C, boots and 

shoes 20 s Front h 5 16 n 3d 
*Voss John, lab 126 s nth 
Voss John W, tinner h 320 s 6th 



w 



Wactor Charles, coir bds 18 j^ n 2d 
Waddell Alfred M, atty at law 5 18 s 3d 
Waddell Alfred M Jr, bkkpr Wilming- 
ton Cotton Mills h n Church 
"'Waddell Ann, 920 n 5th 
* Waddell Arnold, bell boy 503 Walnut 
*Waddell Dolly, cook h 507 s 5th 
*Waddell George, lab 610 Anderson 
*Waddell George, lab 710 Nixon 
*Waddell James W, lab 216 Walnut 
*Waddell Mary M, 802 McRae 
*Waddell Oscar, machine hand h 15 

Wooster 
*Waddell Peter, lab 802 McRae 
*Waddell Susan, nurse h 802 McRae 
*Waddell William, porter h Red 

Cross nr 9th 
*Waddell William N, lab 702 Queen 
*Wade Charles, porter h 210 Queen 
'^Wade Delia, cook h 612 s 9th 
Wade Edward T, elk 212 n Front h 

415 Walnut 
*Wade Lewis, spirit tester 210 Queen 
*Wade Lucy, washerwoman h 612 

s 9th 
*Wade Maria, washerwoman h 612 
s 9th 



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Supemor Pianos and Organs, 



You can obtain from us Pianos and Organs of better quality for less money 
than from any other house in the State. 



WADE 



(246) 



WALLACE 



*Wade Robert, porter h 714 s Front 
*Wade Scott, lab 612 s 9th 
*Wagner Thomas, fireman 1208 n 7th 
Waitt Daisy B Miss, teacher Tileston 

High School h 20 s 5th 
*Walker Abell, drayman h 319 n 9th 

* Walker Abraham, lab 706 s 9th 
*Walker Altimore, porter 210 Castle 
*Walker Andrew, stevedore h 1107 

n 5th 
*Walker Calvin, shoemkr 211^ 

Market h 5 10 Red Cross 
*Walker Chainer, lab 212 Davis 
*Walker Charles, lab 118 s 8th 
*Walker Charles E, lab 918 s 2d 
*Walker David, drayman h 406 s 7th 
*\Valker Elizabeth, washerwoman h 

1 12 n 9th 
Walker Emma M wid Henry F, 217 

Market 
*Walker Enoch, lab 815 Gerdes' al 
Walker Frank L, lab 414 Swann 
^Walker George, helper h 4 Price's al 
*Walker George T, lab 918 s 2d 
*Walker Harriet, washerwoman h 

210 n 9th 
*Walker Harry, lab 917 Orange 

* Walker Hattie, washerwoman h 815 

Gerdes' al 
*Walker Henry B, drayman 618 Nun 
Walker James, architect h 1602 

Market 
*Walker James, driver h 807 n 7th 
Walker James A, iii s 4th 
*Walker James A, brickmason h 1008 

n 6th 
*Walker James B, lab 917 Orange 
Walker James M, elk h 315 Church 
*Walker Joseph, lab 716 Harnett 

* Walker Joseph F, porter h 415 

Dickinson 



*Walker Louisa, washerwoman h 614 

s 8th 
Walker Margaret, 1206 n 6th 
*Walker Margaret, 1012 Princess 
*Walker Margaret, cook h 711 Han- 
over 
*Walker Maria, 810 McCumber's al 
*Walker Maria, maid h 615 s 3d 
Walker Marsh E, lab 917 Orange 
Walker Mary B wid Thomas D, 204 

n Front 
*Walker Millie, cook h 19 s i6th 
* Walker Mingo, lab 13 16 James 
*Walker Sallie, 203 Harnett 
*Walker Samuel, lab 6ro Anderson 
*Walker Sarah, washerwoman h Camp- 
bell cor loth 
Walker Thomas, lineman Inter-State 

Tel Co h 413 Haines al 
*Walker William, lab 514 s lOth 
<>Walker William A, crockery and 
glassware 603 n 4th 
Walker William K, bkkpr 411 n 4th 
Walker William S, plumber h 413 

Church 
Wall Milton C, lab 914 n 5th~ ,£^^^£r_^ 
Wallace Benjamin E Rev, pastor Em-' '' 
manuel Presbyterian Church h 516 
s 3d 
Wallace Hugh O, trav salesman W E 

Springer & Co rms 210 Red Cross 
*Wallace Robert, lab 306 Brunswick 
Wallace Robert W (R W W & Co), h 

The Orton 
^WALLACE ROBERT W & CO 
(Robert W Wallace, William E and 
John C Springer) proprs The Orton 
109-117 n Front — phone old 79 
Wallace Thomas E, saloon 6 s F'ront 

h 505 s 2d 
*Wallace William, lab 1118 n 5th 



WALLS 



(247) 



WATERS 



Walls William J, locomotive engnr W 

N & N Ry Co bds 1121 s Front 
Walsh Aubrey T, salesman A D 

Brown h 1 1 1 n Sth 
Walsh David H, elk 115 n Water h 

713 Princess 
Walsh Harry G, bkkpr 20-22 Water h 

2218 n 7th 
Walsh Paris H, storekpr purchasing 

agt A C L h 713 Princess 
^Walston Wilson, lab 702 Hanover 
Walters Harry, vice-pres Wilmington 

Savings and Trust Co h New York 
" Walton John C, grocer 723 s Front h 

523 n 7th 
Wanamaker & Brown, of Philadelphia 

mercht tailors 123 Princess T W 

Wood agt 
Wannamaker Jacob (J W & C), bds 

i8>^ n 2d 
WANNAMAKER J & CO (Jacob 

Wannamaker and J M McGowan), 

coirs 213 Princess and news dlrs 

112^ Princess 
Ward Alice C wid Joseph J, 711 s 3d 
*Ward Cassius A, 516 n 6th 
Ward C H, check elk A C L h 308 n 

Front 
Ward George H, supt h 720 n 7th 
Ward Ida C wid Joseph M, 813 n 4th 
Ward Jonah W, carp h 509 Queen 
Ward Richard E, commer2i3 Market 

h 41 1 Nun 
*Ward William, lab 215 Dawson 
^ Warren A G & R F (Archia G and 

Richard F Warren), bakers 5 n 

Front 
Warren Archia G (E W & Son) and 

(A G & R F W), h 512 Chestnut 
Warren Elizabeth wid John (E W & 

Son), h 115 Market 



'^Warren E & Son (Mrs Elizabeth and 

Archia G Warren), confr soda and 

mineral waters Market cor Front 
Warren George A, mldr h 705 s 2d 
*Warren Henrietta, washerwoman h 

613 s loth 
Warren Richard F (A G & R F W), 

h 113 Market 
Warren William J, chf elk So Express 

Co h 507 Princess 
Warrock Virginia Mrs, 114 Ann 
Warrock William S, foreman Tlie 

Morning Star h 309 s 2d 
Washburne Hester A Miss, teacher 

Gregory Normal Institute h 613 

Nun 
*Washington Caroline, washerwoman 

h 1014 Queen 
Washington Catlett, principal Cape 

Fear Academy h 120 n 5th 
*Washington George, lab 1014 Queen 
*Washington Jefferson, lab 609 Nixon 
Washington Joseph, porter h 915 

Murphy's 
*Washington Joshua, lab r 713 n 2d 
WASHINGTON LIFE INS CO of 

South Carolina, off Raleigh N C, W 

McCoy mngr S H Bean supt (see 

adv) 
*Washington Martha, washerwoman h 

3 12 Davis 
^Washington Phoebe, washerwoman h 

604 Anderson 
*Washington Richard, lab 82 1 Orange 
*Washington Sarah J, cook h 11 19 

Meadow al 
■^Washington Stephen, lab 910 n 5th 
■^'Washington W, servant h 400 s Front 
* Waters John, porter h 304 n loth 
^Waters Patience, washerwoman h 

1219 Rankin 



WATROUS 



(248) 



WEIVER 



» Watrous Erastus Dr, teacher of men- 
tal healing h 202^ s Front 
Watson Albert W, mngr 26 s Front h 

612 (Mulberry) Grace 
Watson Alfred A Rt Rev, bishop dio- 
cese of Eastern Carolina h 510 
Orange 
Watson Benjamin, lab 605 s 9th 
Watson Benjamin O, uphr and paper- 

hgr 112 n 2d h 610 Castle 
^Watson Berry, lab 307 Hanover 
*Watson Eliza, cook h no n nth 
■^Watson Hester, washerwoman h 820 

Gerdes' al 
Watson Janie Miss, Wooster cor Surry 
^Watsoi;,-JennieX, 14 Castle 
• Watson Johrt"C> china and glassware 
26 s Front 
Watson M Miss, Wooster cor Surry 
Watson Tebie wid Robert A, dressmkr 

h 106 Red Cross 
*Watson Wesley, lab 716 s loth 
"^Watters Amy, washerwoman h Bla- 
den nr 8th 
*Watters Anthony, hostler 1109 n 7th 
^Watters Claiborne B Rev, pastor Mt 
Calvary Baptist Church 812 Bladen 
*Watters David, fireman h 1 109 n 7th 
Watters Harry H, bkkpr Corbett & 

Gore h 302 s 2d 
*Watters John, lab Dudley's al 
Watters John S, foreman Wilmington 

Ry Co h 209 s Front 
Watters Joseph H (Holmes & W), h 

1 10 Orange 
^Watters Lucy, nurse h 212 Cowan 

* Watters Marcus, lab 1 1 14 McRae's al 

* Watters Martha, cook h 212 Cowan 

* Watters Mary, 811 n 7th 
^Watters Sally, washerwoman h Dud- 
ley's al 



*Watters Samuel, butler h 305 Queen 
* Watters Sarah, 11 14 Love's al 
'^Watters Silla, cook h 212 Queen 
*Watters Virgil, lab Dudley's al 
Watters William, 1 10 Orange 
*Watters York,blksmith 12 19 Rankin 
Watts George G, agt W & W Sewing 

Machine Co h 916 Market 
Waxman Henry H, 613 Market 
Way Walter, engnr h 609 s 2d 
Webb Fannie Miss, teacher Union 

School h 404 n 3d 
*Webb Fernince, cook h 820 Walnut 
Webb Lorenzo S, elk A C L h 209 s 

Front 
*Webb Mary, cook h 809 Orange 
'^Webb Rina, 215 Wooster 
*Webb Telifee, cook h 820 Walnut 
Webb Walter G, bkkpr h 312 s Dock 
^Webber John H, lab 719 Hanover 
*Webber Hiram, lab 709 Campbell 
^Webster Daniel, lab 708 Red Cross 
*Weedens Theodore D, lab' 317 s 6th 
Weedon Alphonso H, lineman So Bell • 

Tel & Tel Co h 308 n Front 
Weedon Thomas, lineman 308 n Front 
*Weeks Charles, lab 1213 McRae's al 
Weeks Daniel S, elk 322 n Water h 817 

Chestnut 
^ Weeks John S, lab 715 Taylor 
Weeks William A, elk A C L h 308 n 

Front 
*Weil Isaac H, men's furnishings and 

hats 34 Front h 21 s 6th 
♦ Weil Jacob, dry goods and notions 114 

Market h 21 s 6th 
Weil Julius, elk 1 14 Market h 21 s 6th 
/ Weil Louis, mngr h 21 s 6th 
Weill Abraham, soltg agt A C L h 

517 Market 
*Weiver Geprgi^, cookai3M^cKoy,al/ 



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WELCH 



(249) 



WHEELER 



Welch John T, lab 520 Queen 
Wells Alexander, elk h 604 Swann 
Wells Alexander, painter 210 Wright 
■^ Wells Clarissa, cook h 512 Hanover 
Wells Charles P, trav salesman G R 

French & Sons rms Y M C A 
Wells Edward M, sec-treas and genl 
mngr Carolina Cooperage Co h 311 
n 2d 
*Wells Henry, lab 1310 n 5th 
Wells Herbert E, vice-pres N C Cot- 
ton Oil Co h 412 n 2d 
Wells James, policeman h 610 s 7th 
"Wells Olive, washerwoman 616 s nth 
"Wells Samuel, lab 417 Hanover 
Wenberg James, sailor h 324 s 4th 
*Wendley Betty, cook h 310 s 8th 
Wentzensen Henry, grocer 9x9 Prin- 
cess 
Wescott RoberUlVLreal estate h 2.1 1 

Wessell Albert C, grocer 134 Market 

h 617 Chestnut 
Wessell Augustus D, grocer 113 s 

Front h no s 5th 
Wessell Charles H, tugboats h 606 

Chestnut 
Wessell Eduard D W, grocer 801 s 

8th h 803 s 8th 
West David M, carp h 608 n 5th 
West Elizabeth P Miss, 116 n 3d 
West George K, elk U S engnr's off h 

708 Chestnut 
West H P (W & Co), h 310 Chestnut 
West Isaiah, elk h 609 Brunswick 
*West James, 901 Orange 
West Lola Miss, laundress h 608 n 5th 
West Mary M Miss, opr So Bell Tel 

& Tel Co h 609 Brunswick 
West William A, mngr Wilmington 

Lumber Co h at mills 



West William L, cl.k h 609 Brunswick 
West & Co (Henry P West), who gro- 
cers 127 Market 
Westbrook Charles H, salesman A D 

Brown h 19 s 5th 
Westbrook Charles W, trucker h 19 

s 5 th 
Westbrook David O, elk Wilmington 

Iron Wks h 913 n 3d 
Westbrook Frank S, elk 114 n Front 

h 19 s 5th 
*Westbrook Jesse, porter 1105 James 
Westbrook Keener, trucker h 19 s 5th 
*Westbrook Lucy, cook h 904 n 2d 
Westbrook Samuel W, salesman h 19 

s 5 th 
Westcott Marley M wid William, dry 

goods 915 Queen 
Westerman Frederick, 207 Church 
WESTERN UNION TEL CO, in 
Princess John Frank mngr — phone 
old 2 
*Western William, lab 512 Brunswick 
*Weston Frank, confr 115 Chestnut h 

715 Chestnut 
*Weston James, porter h 1016 Queen 
*Weston Reuben, day-watchman h 

i2ion 5th 
*Weston William, drayman h 1006 

Princess 
*Wheelden Hagar, washerwoman h 

1020 Ann 
*Wheelden William, lab h 1020 Ann 
* Wheeler Garfield, porter h 611 n 9th 
Wheeler Hattie Miss, 905 n 5th 
*Wheeler Luther, lab 611 n 9th 
Wheeler Martha J wid Willie L, no 

(Mulberry) Grace 
*Wheeler M, washerwoman h 417 s 4th 
Wheeler Sarah E, wid Charles, 905 
n 5th 



WHEELER 



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WHITING 



* Wheeler Tate, porter h 611 n 9th 
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine 

Co, 210}^ Princess G G Watts agt 
Wheelhouse Richard, heater bds 115 

Market 
Whitaker Harriette M Miss,mngr R G 

Dun & Co h 102 s 5th 
Whitaker Susan F wid Thaddeus, 102 

s 5th 
*White Albert, lab 908 n 2d 
*White Ann, cook 714 Solomon's al 
White Benjamin F, 806 Market 
White Carrie S Miss, elk Johnson & 

Fore h 806 Market 
White Charles H, bkkpr Boney & 

Harper h 903 Market 
White D G, engnr h 903 Market 
*White Ellis, carp h 906 Schutt's al 
*VVhite Ellis A, lab 906 Schutt's al 
White G Estelle Miss, cashier 113 s 

Front h 219 n 7th 
White James, elk h 903 Market 
White James, driver 131 Market 
*White James, porter bds 1 1 1 1 Walnut 
White James L, salesman Anheuser- 
Busch Brewing Co h 903 Market 
White John A, uphr h 116 s 5th 
White Julia J wid William A, 406 

Walnut 
*White Levilia, cook h 513 Chestnut 

* White Malvina E, cook 210 Bladen 
*White Mary,cook h 714 Solomon's al 
White Preston G, opr W U Tel Co h 

116 s 5th 
*White Rachel, washerwoman h 121 

s loth 
*White R F, miller h 602 Anderson 

* White Robert H, grocer 520 Dick- 

inson h 906 Green 
White Robert W, electrician h 116 
s 5th 



*White Sylvester, confr 108 s 12th h 

121 s loth 
■^ White Thomas, lab 512 n 9th 
White W E, wheelwright 11 17 n 3d 
*White William H, lab 714 Solo- 
mon's al 

* Whitehead Allen C, fireman h 514 

Taylor 
^Whitehead Hem y J, policeman h 5 1 o 

Dickinson 
^Whitehead John H, grocer looi n 

7th h 508 Dickinson 
Whitehead W A & Son (William A 

and William G Whitehead), mdse 

brokers 223 n Water 
Whitehead William A (W A W & 

Son), h 401 s 3d 
Whitehead William G (W A W & 

Son), h 401 s 3d 
*Whitehurst Caroline, washerwoman 

h 1018 Chestnut 
*Whitehurst Lola, washerwoman h 

1 105 Princess 
Whitehurst Warren W, elk 110-112 

Market h 616 Orange 
*Whiteman John H, wood and coal 

18 s Water h 207 n 7th 
*Whiteman John H Jr, grocer 700 

Campbell h 508 n 7th 

* Whitfield Elizabeth, cook h 201 

s 1 2th 
*Whitfield Hannah, washerwoman h 

201 s 1 2th 
*Whitfield Henry, lab 1508 Market 
'^Whitfield Richard, lab 313 n 6th 
*Whitfield Thomas, lab 214 n lOth 
Whiting Henry A, pres Wilmington 

Street Ry Co and receiver W N & 

N Ry Co h 409 Orange 
Whiting Kate D wid Genl William H 

C, h III s 4th 



WHITING 



(251) 



WILLARD 



*\Vhiting William, porter 505 s 4th 
Whitlock Charles M, machinery and 

mill supplies 305 n Front machinist 

102 s Water and blacksmith 109 s 

Water h 102 n 6th 
Whitman Susan wid James, Baptist 

Home 718 s 5th 
Whitney Hall G, plumber h 224 n 7th 
*Whitney Joseph W, carp h 1108 

Hutaffal 
Whitney Leida B Miss, elk Johnson 

& Fore III Market h 224 n 7th 
*Whitney Marion 1 116 Hutaffal 
Whitney T Arthur, elk 125 Market h 

224 n 7th 
Whitney William A, salesman 113 

Market h 224 n 7th 
Whitted I>uncan C, grocer 1 1*9 s 

Front h 406 s 6th 
*Whitted James M, carp h 826 Fan- 
ning 
Whitted Marion S, elk Brown & 

Whitted h 406 s 6th 
*Whitted Samuel, porter h 318 s 6th 
Wiggins Bessie P Miss, tel opr W U 

Tel Co h 7 s 4th 
Wiggins Elizabeth wid Eugene B, 114 

s 2d 
*VViggins Hannah, 806 s 2d 
* Wiggins Martha J, seamstress h 112 

St James ave 
Wiggins Octavius A, 324 s 3d 
Wiggins Octavius Jr, elk h 324 s 3d 
Wiggins Plummer, printer bds 218 

Castle 
Wiggins Rose Miss, 224 Market 
Wiggs Jesse O, sectionmstr h 214 

Campbell 
Wilbey Joseph, coach painter h 8th nr 

Dock 
*Wilbon Charles, lab 220 s 7th 



Wilder Herbert F, tel opr A C L h 
412 Red Cross 

Wilder Jesse, mngr The George Sl> 
Morton Co h 720 n 4th 

*Wilder Margaret, cook h 820 Wal- 
nut 

Wilkins Catherine Miss, cook h 705 
s 8th 

*Wilkins Gilbert, lab 1016 Chestnut 

Wilkins Hattie P Miss, elk E V Rich- 
ards h 217 s 2d 

Wilkins John, 217 s 2d 

Wilkins John Jr, lab 217 s 2d 

*Wilkins Samuel, brickmason h 807 
Brunswick 

Wilkinson John E, air-brake inspr h 
714 n 4th 

*Wilkinson Lily, washerwoman h 323 
s 7 th 

*Wilkinson Sely, washerwoman h6i8 
s 4th 

*Wilkinson Willie L, waiter 618 s 4th 

Willard Albert A, supt Willard Bag 
and Mnfg Co h 204 s 6th 
« Willard Bag and Mnfg Co, M S Wil- 
lard pres W H Willard vice-pres E 
Payson Willard sec-treas A A Wil- 
lard supt 210-212 n Water 

Willard E Payson, sec-treas Willard 
Bag and Mnfg Co h 204 s 6th 

Willard Jordan M, section mstr h 715 
n 5th 

Willard Martin S (W & Giles) (W & 
Smith), sec Carolina Ins Co and 
pres Willard Bag and Mnfg Co h 520 
Orange 

Willard William H, vice-pres Willard 
Bag and Mnfg Co h Raleigh N C 

Willard & Giles (Martin S Willard 
and Clayton Giles), genl ins agts 10 
Princess 



WILLARD 



(252) 



WILLIAMS 



Willard & Smith (Martin S Willard 

and Joseph D Smith), genl agts 

Sun Mutual Ins Co of NO 10 

Princess 

*Williams Albert, lab 509 Bladen 

Williams Albert M, carp h no Dock 

^Williams Alice M, teacher Peabody 

public school h 715 Red Cross 
Williams Amanda wid Dempsey, 212 

Wright 
*Williams Amanda, washerwoman h 

1015 Miller 
^Williams Amelia, washerwoman h 

711 Campbell 
*Williams Annie, 410 Nixon 
*Williams Annie, cook h 1 109 Market 
Williams Annie E wid Robert, 620 

Wooster 
*Williams Arthur, waiter h 510 n 6th 
*Williams Balaam, lab lOio Orange 
*Williams Balaam, lab 201 s 12th 
*Williams Benjamin, lab 11 18 Mea- 
dow al 
*Williams Bettie, washerwoman h 

512 s 6th 
*Williams Boyd, lab 1221 n 4th 
I Williams Bros (Duncan M and John 
K Williams), who grocers 16-18 n 
Water 
*Williams Catharine, 907 Dock 
*Williams Caul W, huckster h 510 

n 9th 
^Williams Chadbourn, lab 705 Han- 
over 
*Williams Charles, butler h 107 St 

James ave 
*Williams Charles, lab 804 Castle 
*Williams Charles, lab 523 s 9th 
Williams Charles E, salesman h 517 

Castle 
Williams Charles M, mchst h 706 s 5th 



* Williams Clara, washerwoman h iin 

n 1 2th 
Williams Clinton F, salesman 2-4. 

Market h 817 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Williams Cornelia, cook h 21 s i6tb 
*Williams David, house and sign> 

painter 507 n 7th 
Williams Duncan M (W Bros), h 510 

s 5th 
Williams Edgar D, capt tug Marion; 

h 601 Ann 
Williams Edna D wid Lewis M, 5iO' 

Princess 
*Williams E, cook-shop 824 n 4th 
*Williams Edward, drayman h 913, 

Red Cross 
*Williams Edward, lab 702 Hanover 
*Williams E Jane, cook h 915 Orange 
*Williams Elisha. lab 806 n 6th 
*Williams Eliza, cook h 414 Chad- 
bourn ave 
*Williams Ellen, washerwoman h 804. 

Castle 
*Williams Elsie, 1108 n 7th 
^Williams Emanuel Rev, h 611 s 9th' 
^Williams Emanuel, blksmith h 512- 

Kidder's al 
Williams Emma Miss,weaver 706 s 5th' 
*Williams Emma, 1206 n 7th 
*Williams Emma, washerwoman h 808 

Red Cross 
Williams Ernest, chf elk A C L h 316 

n Front 
*Williams Eugene, lab 618 s 8th 
*Williams Fanny, washerwoman h 

1012 n 5th 
*Williams Frances, washerwoman h 

15 s 13th 
Williams Francis M, engnr Wilming- 
ton Refrigerating and Ice Wks bds 

108 (Mulberry) Grace 



WILLIAMS 



(253) 



WILLIAMS 



^Williams Frank, lab 820 Walnut 
*VVilliams Frederick, lab 809 s 4th 
*VVilHams General, lab 805 n 6th 
* Williams George, 13 s iith 
*Willianis George, lab 707 n 4th 
^Williams George, hostler h 4th cor 

Princess 
*Williams George, stevedore 618 Nun 
Williams George W, banker h 10 s 5th 
■^Williams George W, lab 605 Nixon 
*Williams Gilbert, cooper h 715 Red 

Cross 
*Williams Hanson C, waiter h 107 St 

James ave 
"Williams Henry, lab 720 Hanover 
Williams Henry T, condr 217 s Front 
"Williams Hulda, washerwoman h 

8 s 7th 
Williams Ira, salesman M Roseman h 

121 Market 
■^Williams Isaac, lab 805 Queen 
"^Williams Isaac, lineman h iio n loth 
"Williams James, lab 719 n 5th 
"Williams James, truckman 1307 n 5th 
Williams James S, mate tug Marion 

h 601 Ann 
^Williams Jane, washerwoman h 619 

s 8th 
"Williams Jesse, cook h 1009 n 5th 
Williams J Frank, lab 706 s 5th 
Williams J H, tug capt h 415 s 4th 
^Williams John, boatman 12 11 James 
*Williams John, lab 410 Harnett 
*Williams John, lab 502 Howard 
^Williams John, lab 910 McKoy al 
^Williams John, lab r 205 Red Cross 
*Williams John, lab 809 Wright 
*Williams John, lab 520 s 5th 
^Williams John, lab 621 s 5th 
Williams John D, lab 708 s 6th 
Williams J D Mrs, weaver h 708 s 6th 



Williams John E, carp h 1 103 n 6th 
Williams John H, carp h 105 Dock 
Williams John J, elk n nth cor Market 

h 810 s 8th 
Williams John K (W Bros), h 10 s 5th 
'•'Williams John L, driver H L Fcnnell 

h 612 s 5th 
Williams John M, locomotive engnr h 

310 McRae 
Williams John R, agt Southern Ex- 
press Co h 316 n Front 
^Williams John W, lab 414 n 6th 
^Williams Joseph H, lab 615 n 6th 
*Williams Kate, washerwoman h 2 

Pierce's al 
Williams L K, laundry 128 Market 
^Williams Louis, cook-shop h 4 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
^Williams Louis, lab 1005 Market 
^Williams Louis, lab 1003 n 5th 
*Williams Lucilla, washerwoman h 

622 s 7th 
Williams Lucy Miss, weaver 706 s 5th 
'^'Williams Lucy, washerwoman h 409 

Wooster 
* Williams Lydia, washerwoman h6i2 

Hanover 
*Willlams Major, lab 11 s 12th 
Williams Margaret C wid Benjamin, 

217 s Front 
*Williams Maria, cook h 201 s 12th 
*Williams Maria, washerwoman h 908 

Green 
Williams Martha wid Robert, 921 

n 8th 
*Williams Martha, cook 409 Hanes'al 
^Williams Martha, cook h 702 Han- 
over 
"Williams Martin L, fireman h 708 

Ann 
"Williams Mary, cook h Browns' al 



19 



WILLIAMS 



(254) 



WILLIS 



*WilHams Mary, cook h 15 s 7th 
*Williams Mary, house servant h 408 

s 7th 
^Williams Mary, nurse h 615 n 6th 
*WilHams Mary, washerwoman h 619 

s 8th 
*Williams Metor, nurse h Brown's al 
*Williams Minnie J, washerwoman h 

412 n 8th 
*Williams Nancy, cook h Wilson's al 
*Williams Nancy, washerwoman h 

702 Hanover 
Williams Nathan J, granitectr 710 

n 4 th 
■^Williams Nellie, cook h 718 Nun 
*Williams Oscar, 210 s 12th 
*Williams Perry, butler h 414 n 6th 
*Williams Peter, lab Boney & Harper 

h Brunswick co 
*Williams Ransom, lab iii n 12th 
*Williams Richard, carp h 222 McRae 
*Williams Richard McN, lab 813 

Campbell 
*Williams Robert, elk h 1005 Market 
*Williams Robert, lab 808 Red Cross 
Williams Robert J, huckster 919 n 8th 
*Williams Roger, lab 210 Bladen 
*Williams Rosetta, cook h Brown's al 
*Williams Samuel, lab 912 Campbell 
*Williams Samuel, lab 619 s 7th 
*Williams Samuel, lab 1009 n 5th 
*Williams Samuel Rev, pastor Price's 

Methodist Chapel h 611 s 9th 
^Williams Samuel, plumberh6i9 Ann 
*Williams Samuel, porter h 614 Camp- 
bell 
* Williams Sarah, cook h 613 s lOth 
*Williams Sarah, cook h iii n nth 
*Williams Stephen, lab 213 s 12th 
Williams Stephen E, cashier and 

bkkpr S A L 217 s Front 



*Williams Sylvester, lab Brown's al 
*Williams Thomas, lab 15 King's al 
Williams Thomas G, marine engnr W 

N & N Ry Co bds 811 4th 
*Williams Tena, nurse h Brown's al 

* Williams Tilley, cook h in n 12th 
*Williams Tunk, 409 Hanes' al 
*Williams Vircher, washerwoman h 

91 1 Schutt's al 
Williams Walter M, mchst 420 n 3d 
*Williams W Henry, porter 908 Green 
*Williams William, lab lOOi Miller 
*Williams William, lab 107 n loth 
Williams William A, supt Edward 

Kidder's Sons h 118 s 4th 
*Williams William A, lab 420 s 6th 
*Williams William H, lab 908 Green 
*Williams Winnie, cook 824 n 4th h 

705 n 3d 
Williams W Thomas, painter 709 s 6th 
*Williams York, lab 705 Hanover 
Williamson Annie wid John, 1208 s 

Front 
Williamson Elizabeth wid George W, 

404 Nixon 
Williamson G Thomas, carp h 404 

Nixon 
^Williamson Isaiah, lab 1109 Mc- 

Rae's al 
*Williamson Jesse, carp h 511 Taylor 

* Willie Robert, lab 815 Swann 
Williford William L, bkkpr bds 413 

n 4th 

*Willis Edward, lab no St James ave 

Willis Florence F Miss, teacher Hem- 
en way School h 112 n 7th 

*Willis Godfrey, lab 213 Wooster 

*Willis Louis, lab 723 s 2d 

Willis Robert A Rev, pastor Grace 
Street Methodist Church h 401 Wal- 
nut 



WILLIS 



(255) 



WILMINGTON 



* Willis Robert H, porter 719 Church 

*WilHs William, carp h 115 St James 
ave 

*Williston Graded Schools, Mary W 
Howe prin h 308 s 7th 

VVillitts Sabra Mrs, bds Marlborough 
House 

Willoughby George P, blksmith h 16 
n loth 

Willoughby Joseph, painter 116 s 8th 

Willoughby William O, blksmith h 
1 112 n 4th 

Willoughby William O Jr, drayman h 
1 1 1 2 n 4th 

Willson James E,bkkpr West & Co h 
615 Princess 

Willson Sarah E wid William A, 615 
Princess 

Willson William A, bkkpr Atlantic 
National Bank h 408 Nun 

Willson William A Jr, bkkpr 20 Mar- 
ket h 408 Nun 
t Wilmington Brokerage Co (The),mdse 
brokers 225 n Water John E Grow 
genl mngr 

WILMINGTON CHAMBER OF 
COMMERCE (The), 23^ n Front 
James H Chadbourn Jrpres Walker 
Taylor first vice-pres Wm E Worth 
second vice-pres John L Cantwell 
sec-treas 
> Wilmington Compress and Warehouse 
Co, Nutt cor Harnett Walter Small- 
bones sec-treas 
» Wilmington Cotton Mills, Surry cor 
Dawson, Donald MacRae sec-treas J 
W Hawkins supt 
1 WILMINGTON GAS LIGHT CO, 
office 114 Princess wks Surry cor 
Castle, E S Martin pres Richard J 
Jones sec-treas John W Reilly supt 



Wilmington Hook and Ladder Co No 
I, 313 Dock William M Atkinson 
foreman 
^WILMIMGTON IRON WORKS, 

iron founders and mchsts 19-21 s 

Front E P Bailey pres H A Burr 

sec-treas — phone 13 
Wilmington Library Assn, 2d floor Y 

MCA bldg Thomas C Diggs libra- 
rian 
Wilmington Lumber Co, Front bet 

Wright and Meares W A West 

mngr 
WILMINGTON MODEL MA- 
CHINE WKS, genl mchst 19 n 2d 

W D C Richardson propr (see adv) 
Wilmington, Newborn & Norfolk Ry 

Co, ft Walnut H A Whiting receiver 
Wilmington Opera House, 3d cor 

Princess Simeon A Schloss lessee 

and mngr 
Wilmington Produce Exchange, Water 

cor Princess J L Cantwell sec-treas 
Wilmington Refrigerating and Ice 

Wks, 2d cor Campbell W E Worth 

& Co proprs 
'Wilmington Savings and Trust Co, 

108 Princess George Sloan cashier 
Wilmington Seacoast R R Co, depot 

9th and Orange George R French 

pres R O Grant genl mngr 
Wilmington Steam Laundry, 202 s 

Front Harper & Pennington proprs 
^WILMINGTON RECORD (The), 

(weekly) cor 2d and Market A L 

Manly editor 
' Wilmington Stamp Wks, 15 Princess 

Bagley & Fulford proprs 
♦ Wilmington Street Railway Co, J W 

Marteiiis sec-treas M F H Gouver- 

neur genl mngr 



c~ 




WILSON 



(256) 



WOOD 



Wilson Alexander M, steamboatman 

h 413 Nun 
Wilson Basil M, overseer h 620 s 2d 
*Wilson Betty, cook h 1015 n 6th 
*Wilson Edward, lab 5 Wooster 
*Wilson George, lab 1120 n 9th 
*Wilson George, lab 711 Bladen 
Wilson Heflin B, elk 213 Market h 

408 Nun 
*Wilson Henry, lab 5 Wooster 
*Wilson Jacob, cotton grader h 705 

Hanover 
Wilson John A, blksmith h 406 Svvann 
^Wilson Joshua, lab 1017 Meadow al 
^Wilson Maria, cook 1017 Meadow al 
* Wilson Rachel, washerwoman h 129 

n 8th 
*Wilson Silvey, 719 Church 
*Wilson Simon A, watchmkr 720>^ 

n 4th 
Wilson Thomas, mngr Parlor mkt h 

214 Market 
Wilson Thomas J, mldr 41 1 Campbell 
*Wilson William, lab 504 n 9th 
^Wimbish Emanuel, barber 105 Prin- 
cess h 820 n 7th 
Windley James R, elk h 814 Dock 
Windley John J, salesman 117 s 

Front h 814 Dock 
Windley Martha H wid Robert B, 814 

Dock 
Windley William R, elk 800 Market h 

814 Dock 
*Winfield Enoch, porter h 710 s 8th 
*Winfield Ferdinand, 710 s 8th 
*Winget J, 1010 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Winslow Caleb, lab 1005 James 
*Winslow John E, tailor h 813 s 2d 
*Winslow William, porter h 412 s 7th 
« Winstead Alexander S, com mer 

confr and fruits 115 n 2d h 107 n 8th 



Winstead Joseph E, elk 115 n 2d h 

107 n 8th 
Wirsa Paul, bkkpr h 418 n 3d 
*Wise Jeffrey, lab 617 Swann 
Wise William, distiller h 815 s 7th 
Wishart James F, chf elk W N & N 

Ry Co h 219 n 7th 
Woebse H Henry, policeman h 609 

Swann 
Woebse John H, elk B H J Ahrens h 

609 Swann 
Woebse William, elk 927 n 4th h 609 

Swann 
*Wood Alice, washerwoman h nil 

Walnut 
*Wood Caroline, washerwoman h 410 

Hanes' al 
*Wood Cclia, washerwoman 612 s 7th 
*Wood Cornelius, lab 810 Walnut 
*Wood Emeline, cook h 914 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 
Wood Freeman E, carp h 707 s 8th 
^Wood Gracie IS Mrs, milliner 103 

Market h 1 14 Dock 
*Wood Jacob T, lab 202 s 13th 
*Wood James, porter h 805 Walnut 
Wood James M, trav salesman bds 

1 14 Dock 
Wood Jane D wid W Anson, 209 

Nun 
Wood Jennie D Miss, teacher Hemen- 

way School h 201 Chestnut 
*Wood John, lab 810 Walnut 
Wood John E, chf opr Postal Tel- 
Cable Co h 815 Princess 
Wood Mary S wid Thomas F, 201 

Chestnut 
^Wood Missouri, washerwoman h 121 

St James ave 
Wood Samuel E, pressman The Star 

job off h 815 Princess 



A /' 



WOOD 



(257) 



WORTH 



Wood TiM^, sewing-machines and agt 
Wanamaker & Brown 123 Princess 
h 213 n 2d 

*Wood William, lab 810 Walnut 

*Wood William, lab iiii Walnut 

Woodard George A, prin Gregory 
Normal Institute h 613 Nun 

Woodbury Daisy L Miss,opr So Bell 
Tel & Tel Co h 601 n 4th 

Woodcock Vann, carp h 703 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 

Woodcock W Perry, grocer 4th cor 
Swann h Dock nr 7th 

Woody Edward G, elk 120 n Water 
bds 319 Chestnut 

*Wooden Richard, lab Thompson's al 

Woodroe Elizabeth A wid Joseph I, 
617 (Mulberry) Grace 

Woodroe James D, sten Charles M 
Whitlock h 617 (Mulberry) Grace 

WOODRUFF FRANK L, mngr So 
Bell Tel & Tel Co bds 304 n Front 

*Woodward Emma, washerwoman h 
1019 Princess 

Woodward Eugene J, elk The Wil- 
mington Brokerage Co h 210 n 2d 

Woodward William J, sec Champion 
Compress and Warehouse Co h 210 
n 2d 

Woody E, bkkpr bds 319 Chestnut 
WOOLVIN JAMES F, funeral di- 
rector and einbalmer 105 n 3d bds 
Orton House 



*Woomer James, painter h 704 McRae 

Woolten B J, student h 116 Dock 

Wootten Charles D, locomotive engnr 
bds 219 Red Cross 

Wootten Edward Rev, Archdeacon 
Convocation of Wilmington h 116 
Dock 

Wootten Edward R, chief train dis- 
patcher A C L h 109 Walnut 

Workman Charles E, salesman h 910 
Walnut 

Worth B G (W & W), h 206 n 2d 

Worth Building, cor Nutt and (Mul- 
berry) Grace 

Worth C W (W & W), h 412 s 2A 

Worth David G (W & W), and vice- 
pres Wilmington Cotton Mills h 
41 1 s Front 

Worth Hiram B, bkkpr Atlantic Na- 
tional Bank rms Y M C A 

Worth James S, special dep coir U S 
Custom-House h 413 s 2d 

Worth William E (W E W & Co), 
and vice-pres Wilmington Chamber 
of Commerce h 207 Red Cross 

Worth William E & Co (William E 
Worth), proprs Wilmington Re- 
frigerating and Ice Wks 2d cor 
Campbell ^^.^.^^f ^^-t* ^^"^^Z 

WORTH & WORTH (B G, David 
G and Charles W Worth), who gro- 
cers com mers cotton and naval 
stores Nutt cor (Mulberry) Grace 



B G. WORTH. 



D. G WORTH. 



C. W. WORTH. 



iAZORXH 5d ^aZORTH, 

Wholesale Grocers and Commission Merchants, 

WILMINGTON, N. C. 



WORTHAM 



(258) 



YARBOROUGH 



*Wortham Amanda, cook h 307 s 6th 
Wortham Andrew, lab 1018 Castle 
*Wortham Benjamin, porter 5 15 s lOth 
*Wortliam David, lab 716 Church 
*Wortham Zeno, lab 414 n 6fli 
Wrenn Ellen M wid William H, 

920 n 3d 
^Wright Adelaide, cook h 309 Bruns- 
wick 
*Wright Alexander, painter 507 

Brunswick 
*Wright Alice, cook h 1013 Market 

* Wright Amanda, cook h 10 1 n 9th 

* Wright Anna, washerwoman h 1004 

Market 
Wright A Washington, elk 112 s 
Front 
A. ^Wright Buchanan C, dep sheriff h 
620 1 0th 

* Wright Chloe, washerwoman h 616 

Swann 
*Wright Daniel, lab 810 n 3d 
Wright Edward, foreman 202 s Front 

h 121 Market 

* Wright Elizabeth, cook h 413 s 9th 

* Wright Ellen, cook h 620 n loth 
^Wright Enoch, lab 1000 n 6th 
*Wright Frank, lab 623 s 8th 
Wright Frank B, elk 1 1 Market h 807 

Chestnut 
*Wright George, lab 905 Castle 
*Wright George Jr, lab 909 Castle 

* Wright George A, lab 914 s 3d 
^Wright Hardy, carp h 616 Swann 
*Wright Isaac T, baker h 1009 Miller 
*Wright James, drayman h 610 Bruns- 
wick 

*Wright James, lab 414 Chadbourn 
ave 

Wright James A, mchst Carolina Bicy- 
cle Co h 720 Market 



WRIGHT J G & SON (Joshua G 
and Thomas H Wright), real estate 
rent collection agts 114 Princess 
*Wright John, carp h 1009 Miller 
*Wright John A, porter h 1009 Miller 
'Wright John M, propr Carolina Bicy- 
cle Co h 102 s 5th 

* Wright Joseph, barber 8 n 2d h 611 

McRae 
*Wright Joshua, butler h 23 s 2d 
Wright Joshua (J G W & Son), h 720 

Market 
"Wright Lizzie, cook h 413 n 9th 
*Wright Lottie, cook h 623 s 8th 
*Wright Nathan, lab 1302 McRae's al 
*Wright Nessie, washerwoman h 1004 

Market 
"Wright Sarah, 1506 Market 
*Wright Sarah, washerwoman h 620 

n loth 
Wright Silas P, physician 615 n 4th 

bds The Orton 
*Wright Thomas, lab 814 s 2d 

* Wright Thomas, lab 413 n 9th 
Wright Thomas H (J G W & Son), h 

720 Market 

*Wright William, painter h 507 Bruns- 
wick 

Wrightson Henry T, lumber inspr 
Cape Fear Lumber Co bds 3 Post- 
Office ave 

Wrnble Albert, tailor rms 202 Princess 

Wyckoff Emma P wid Samuel H, 
tailoress h 708 Queen 



Y 



Yarborough Charles D, elk 224 n 5th 
Yarborough Charles W, billing elk A 

C L h 5th cor (Mulberry) Grace 
^Yarborough J Wesley (Y & Murray), 

h 214 Church 



YARROROUGH 



(259) 



YOUNG 



Yarborough Kate C Miss, teacher 

Heinenway School h 224 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Yarborough Margaret A wid Oran S, 

224 n 5th 
Yarborough Martin A piano tuner 

S05 s Front 
Yarborough William C, cashier VV & 

W h 224 n 5th 
*Yarborough & Murray (J Wesley 

Yarborough and Junius A Murray), 

barbers 105 Princess 
*Yarbrough Minnie, cook h 1307 

Market 
Yates Charles W (C W Y & Co), h 

518 Princess 
Yates Charles W Jr, salesman C W 

Yates & Co h 518 Princess 
YATES C W & CO (Charles W 

Yates and Dewitt C Love), book- 
sellers and stationers 117 Market — 

phone 69 
^Yates Daniel, lab 412 s 8th 
^Yates James, lab 412 s 8th 
*Yates James E, barber Muter's al nr 

Front 
Yates John T, electrician h 611 Dock 
Yates Joseph W, coin elk The National 

Bank of Wilmington h 518 Princess 
Yates Mary N wid Daniel, 719 n 6th 



Yates Walter L, stonectr h 615 Har- 
nett 

Yopp Alfred P, mchst lulward Kid- 
der's Son h 415 (Mulberry) Grace 

Yopp Eddie G, elk h 701 (Mulberry) 
Grace 

Yopp Isabella wid Franklin, 813 
Chestnut 

Yopp Samuel F, cabinetmkr h 516 
Brunswick 

Yopp Samuel L, undertkr 206 Prin- 
cess h 5th bet (Mulberry) Grace and 
Chestnut 

Yopp Walter E, funeral director 206 
Princess h 508 Nun 

Yopp William A J, carp W H Yopp 
h CO 

Yopp William H,pkrand shipper fish 
and oysters Muter's al nr Front h 
214 n 5th 

Yopp William W, elk h 701 (Mul- 
berr}') Grace 

*Young Isham, butcher h 613 Ann 

*Young Julia, seamstress h 917 (Mul- 
berry) Grace 

*Young Loftin, lab Thompson's al 

Young M Alice wid Wilton L, 313 s 2d 

Young Men's Christian Association, 
301 n Front Thomas C Diggs genl 
sec 



C. "^^Tw^. ^Z^-i^TES Sd CO., 



WHOLESALE AND RETAIL 



Books and Stationery. 

13AXK, OFFICE, AND RAILROAD SUPRLIES. 
WALL PAPER, WINDOW SHADES, PICTURES, AND FRAMES. 

Agency for Remin,s:ton Standard Typewriters and Edison's Mimeographs. 
Stenographers' and Typewriters' Supplies. 

School Books and School Stationery a Specialty. 

C W. YATES & CO., - - . WILMINGTON, N. C. 



YOUNG 



(260) 



ZOELLER 



*Young Peyton, driver h 309 Hanover 
*Young William, lab Thompson's al 
Young William W, carp h 706 s 2d 



Zellers John, drayman h 720 s 8th 



Ziegler George, foreman The Fore & 
Foster P M and S and B Co h 624 
s 7 th 

Zimmerman John W, uphr 107 n 3d 
h 408 n 3d 

Zimmerman William, 906 n 2d 

Zoeller Victor A, watchmkrand sales- 
man George Honnet h 616 Chestnut 



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Wilmington, N. C. Business Directory- 1897. 



Advertising Companies. 

Periodical Ticket Advertising Journal 

Co, 117 Market 

Architects. 
Bonitz Henry E, 129 Market 
Attorneys at Law. 
Bellamy John D, rms 7-9 Smith bldg 
Bellamy & Bellamy, 210 Princess 
Cutlar DeBrutz Jr, 114 Princess 
Davis J, rms 1-2-5 National Bank bldg 
Lockey Caleb P, 121 s Front 
McClanning Herbert, 216 Princess 
McKoy William B, rm i Smith bldg 
McNeill & Gore, rms 4-5 Smith bldg 
Manning Pierre B, rm 3 Allen bldg 
MARSHALL A J, 214 Princess 
MARTIN E S, rm I Allen bldg 
MEARES IREDELL, 17 Princess 

(see adv) 
Meares Oliver P, 326 s 2d 
Peschau George L, Smith bldg 
Ricaud & Bryan, 218 Princess 
ROUNTREE GEO, rm 2 Allen bldg 



Smith William L, loi Princess 
Strange Thomas W, loi Princess 
Sutton David B, rm i 17 Princess 
Waddell Alfred M Hon, 518 s 3d 

Auctioneers. 
Morris Augustus H, 103-107 Dock 

Bag Manufacturers. 
Willard Co, 210-212 n Water 

Bakers. 
Blomme Peter, 422 Campbell 
Christ M Mrs, 109 s Front 
Farris William A, 133 Market 
*Kennedy Lorenzo D, 701 Red Cross 
Warren A G & R F, 5 n Front 

Bankers. 
MURCHISON & CO, III n Front 

Banks. 
ATLANTIC NATIONAL, 16 Prin- 
cess (see adv) 
NATIONAL BANK OF WILMING- 
TON (The), Front cor Princess 
Barbers. 
*Baker Cornelius, 11 18 n 6th 



ESTABLISHED 1892. 



RTLiflJ^TIC JlflTIOflflLi Bflfll^ 

Capital, $125,000. Surplus and Profits, $65,000. 

Largest Deposits in North Carolina. 



We are alwaya in a position to accommodate our customers on good 
security. Having more accounts than any other bank in the State, our facilities 
for collecting promptly are unequaled. Open an account with us and we will 
undertake to please you. 



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BUSINESS 



(262) 



DIRECTORY 



Barker John A, 407 Castle 
*Brown & Pearson, 122 Princess 
*Cutlar George, 8 s 2d 
*Evans Daniel W, 8 n 2d 
^Everett & Rich, 8 n Water 
*Hill Robert, 816 Market 
*Johnson Jacob, Muter's al nr Front 
*Lane Elijah, 15 Dock 
Lockey Caleb P, 121 s Front 
*Moore James C, 9 s Front 
*Peaman George, 719 n 4th 
*Pearman Moses, 820 n 4th 
^Peterson Louis H, 4 Princess 
Prempert Arthur, 11 s Front 
*Reardon Robert B, 29 Market 
*Scott Thomas E, 209 Market 
*Scott W Henry, 308 Nutt 
*Spruell William P, 605 Red Cross 
*Taylor William P, 1003 Market 
*Yarborough & Murray, 105 Princess 

Bicycle Dealers and Repairers. 

Carolina Bicycle Co, 16 Market 
Taylor Matthew P Jr & Co 202 Market 

Bill Posters. 

*FULLP:R B, 216 s 7th (see adv) 

Blacksmiths and Wheelwrights. 

Beach William J, 8 (Mulberry) Grace 
Hand Jerry, 1117 n 3d 
*McCuller Moses, 605 s Front 
*Smith RE, III (Mulberry) Grace 
*Tate Henry H, Nixon cor Love's al 
Whitlock Charles M, 109 s Water 

Blank Book Manufacturers. 

JENKINS L H, Richmond Va (see 
adv) 

Boarding Houses. 

Borden Mary E Mrs, 322 n Front 
Dahnhardt John, 310 Nutt 
Hankins Ida E Mrs. 121 Market 
Johnson Mary A Miss, 109 Grace 



Pickett Elizabeth Mrs, 113 s Front 
Pigford John E Mrs, 3 Post-Office ave 
Russ J Sidney, 2131^ Market 
St George Sue Mrs, 109 s 2d 
Schliewe Hermann, 402 Nutt 
Thompson Stella Mrs, 413 n 2d 

Book Binders. 
LeGWIN BROS, 122^ Princess 
Star Job Printing Office (The), William 

H Bernard propr 7-9 Princess 
Booksellers and Stationers. 
HAAR GEO, 122 Market (see adv) 
Heinsberger Philip Jr. 107 Market 
Myers & Lewis, 8 s Front 
YATES C W &C0, 117 Market (see 

adv) 

Boot and Shoe Dealers. 
Chesnutt & Barentine, 30 n Front 
Davis L Warren, 13 Market 
FRENCH GEORGE R & SONS, 108 

n Front (see adv) 
Gaylord George O, 112 n Front 
Goldman Jacob, 1 1 Market 
*Green W H & Co, 1051^ Princess 
Greenewalds R, 1 1 3 Market 
Hoffner Frank, 9 Market 
Mercer & Evans, 115 Princess 
Penny W J & Co, 2-4 Market 
Peterson & Rulfs, 7 Front and 521 4th 
^Robinson George W, 14 s 2d 
Rosemann Marcus, 7 Market 
Slocum William R, 120 Market 
SOLKY JACOB M, 17-19 Market 
Solomon I & B, 102-108 Market 
Von Glalin Henry, 109 Market 
Von Glahn William C, 20 s Front 

Boot and Shoemakers. 
*Baker Cornelius, 1118 n 6th 
Baker John, 114 Princess 
*Bennett James W, 105 n 2d 
*Bland William W, 119 Dock 



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*Hall John, 503 s Front 
Hewett John W,4i8 Church 
*Hunt Thomas, 1 13 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Jackson Allen E, 20 n 2d 
*Johnson Hanover, 104 n iith 
*Jones Henry L, 126 Market 
*Jones Moses, 511 Chestnut 
*Loftin Wrifjht, 704 n 4th 
McKinney Thomas, s 7th nr Nun 
■*McKoy Frank, 107^ n 2d 
Olston John, 18 s 2d 
Orrell Edward A, 211 Princess 
*Perkins Dennis, 617 s 2d 
■'^Perry Williams, 621 s Front 
*Scott W Henry, 308 Nutt 
*Taylor James W, 906 Market 
Taylor Joseph J, 207 Market 
*Walker Calvin, 21 1>^ Market 

Brewing Companies. 

Anheuser-Busch, 422 Nutt 
Bartholomay Brewing Co, 420 Nutt 
Portner Robert, 8th cor Brunswick 

Brick Manufacturers. 

MOORE ROGER, 104 n Water (see 
adv) 

Bridge and Ferry Companies. 

Brunswick, 13 Princess, whf ft Market 

Brokers — Cotton. 

TURRENTINE T MORGAN, 17 
Princess (see adv) 

Brokers — Grain. 
TURRENTINE T MORGAN, 17 
Princess (see adv) 

Brokers — Loan. 

Sellers W V & CO, 204 s Front 
Sharpe & McGehee, 108 Princess 
Brokers — Stocks and Bonds. 

Stedman Frank H, 108 Princess 
TURRENTINE T MORGAN, 17 
Princess (see adv) 



Building and Loan Companies. 

Carolina Inter-Slate B & L Assn, 17 

Princess 
Mechanics Home, 125 Princess 

Building Material. 
Riley James T & Co, 203 n Water 

Business Colleges. 
VIRGINIA BUSINESS COLLEGE, 

Richmond Va (see adv) 

Butchers and Meat Markets. 
Biddle & Marshburn, Fifth Ward mkt 
Elder James, Market cor s loth 
Garrell J F & Co, stall i and 2 Front 

street mkt 
Hays William M Jr, stall 3 Front street 

mkt 
Holland James M, stall 1 1 Front street 

mkt 
Kennedy Owen H, s 4th cor Castle 
Powell & Co, 18 n Front 
Rhodes & Bowden, stalls 2 and 4 

Front street mkt 
Tilley G E & Co, stalls 6 and 8 Front 

street mkt 
Carpenters and Builders. 
Altaffer Gerard M, 102^ s Water 
Doyle George W, 203 n Water 
*Galley James, 411 Brunswick 
MORRILL CHARLES D, 112 n 2d 
*Sadgwar Frederick C, 15 n 8th 
Smith James E, 205 Red Cross 
*Smith W Henry, 119 Dock 
Carriage and Wagon Builders. 
Brown James O, 201 Princess 
HAYDEN PATRICK H, 13-15 n 3d 
Montgomery J A, no n Water 
Carpets and Oilcloths. 
Brown Alexander D, 29 n Front 

Chemical Companies. 
Spirittine, Louis Hansen genl mngr 

Smith bldsf 



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DIRECTORY 



China Decorators and Painters. 

Richardson W D C Mrs, 7th cor Prin- 
cess 

China and Glassware. 

Morris Augustus H, 103-107 Dock 
Schloss S A & Co, 24 n Front 
Springer W E & Co, 14 n Front 
Walker William A, 603 n 4th 
Watson J C, 26 s Front 

Cigars and Tobacco. 

Chadwick David N, 15 Market 
Gerken Henry J, 10 n Front 
Hart Godfrey, 24 s Front 
Smith Charles E, 609 n 4th 
Smith Julius R, 28 n Front 
Bear Samuel Sr, 12 Market 

Clothing. 
{See also Men's Furnishings ; also 

Merchant Tailors^ 
Burkhimer Henry, lOi Market 
DAVID A & CO, 31 n Front 
Davis L Warren, 13 Market 
Fishblate S Harry, 25-27 n Front 
Gideon Hikeil, 17 Dock 
Goldman Jacob, 11 Market 
Munson & Co, 32 n Front 
Paul Nathan, 13 s Front 
Penny Benjamin F & Co, 110-112 

Market 
Penny W J & Co, 2-4 Market and 100 

s Front 
REHDER JOHN H & 00,617-619 

n 4th (see adv) 
Rosemann Marcus, 7 Market 
Shrier Isaac, 102 n Front 
Simons Joseph, no s Front 
SOLKY JACOB M, 17-19 Market 

Coal and Wood. 
Fowler Paul R, 211 s Front 
Springer J A & Co, 121 n Water 
*Whiteman John H, 18 s Water 



Collectors. 

WANNAMAKER JACOB & CO, 
213 Princess 

Commission Merchants. 

{See also Wholesale Grocers ; also Pro- 
duce Commission.) 
Bear Morris & Bros, 119 Princess 
Benson Matthew C, 5 s Water 
Calder Bros, 200 n Front 
Cooper William B, 226 n Water 
Corbett & Gore, ACL yard 
Gore Daniel L, 120-122 n Water 
HALL & PEARSALL, Nutt cor 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Heyer Matt J, 216-218 n Water ^l 

Hicks Rufus W, 214 n Water 'C*" /"'^ 

Jacobs & Marshall, 127 Princess /i ^^ 
Kuch John H, 6 n Water ^ , 

Love R R & Bro, 24 Water \'^'^ 
McEachern Duncan, 126-128 Water 
McNair Sion P, 222-224 Water 
McNair & Pearsall, 319-321 Nutt 
Moore Hiram, 215 Market 
Oldham W P & Co, 8-10 Dock 
ROBINSON & KING, Water cor 

Orange 
Turrentine J R Co (The), 201 n Water 
Ward Richard E, 213 Market 
Winstead Alexander S, 115 n 2d 
Worth & Worth, Nutt cor (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Commissioners of Deeds. 
Tenneht Edward S (South Carolina), 

13 Princess (Allen bldg) 
Confectioners. 
* Alexander Frank P, 10 13 Market 
Barden Charles B, 27 s Front 
Farriss William A, 133 Market 
^Giles John, 402 s 7th 
*Goss John, 620 Bladen 
Hart Julia M Mrs, 722 n 4th 



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DIRECTORY 



*Kea J Richard, 1203 McRae's al 
*McFarland Alfred, 617 Nixon 
*McNeill Cornelius, 1009 s Front 
*McRae John, 521 s Front 
Mavronichols Andrew, 705 n 4th 
*Nichols Henry, 6th cor Bladen 
Paul Nathan, 204 Princess 
Phantopulor Anthony, 112 s Front 
Plummer John W Jr, 123 Princess 
*Rhone Alexander, 507 s Front 
*Saunders Daniel, 302 s 7th 
Skipper Joshua G, 317 n Front 
Warren E & Son, Market cor Front 
*Weston PVank, 115 Chestnut 
*White Sylvester, 108 s 12'th 
Winstead Alexander S, 115 n 2d 

Consuls — Foreign. 

Cumming VV M (Hayti), 125 Princess 
DeRosset W L (Portugal), Water cor 

Princess 
Harriss George (Argentine Republic), 

116 n Water 
Heide Alexander S (Denmark), 9 s 

Water 
Lord F A (Spain), 6-8 n Front 304 s 

Front 
Peschau Eduard (German), 204-206 

n Water 
Sprunt James (Great Britain), Front 

cor Walnut 

Contractors and Builders. 

{See Carpenters and Builders}! 

Coopers. 

CAROLINA COOPERAGE CO, 

Nutt bet Brunswick and Hanover 

Cooperage Stock. 
CAROLINA COOPERAGE CO. 
Nutt bet Brunswick and Hanover 

Coppersmiths. 

Wilmington Iron Works, 19-2 1 s Front 



Cotton and Naval Stores. 

{See also Naval Stores ; also Ship 

Chandlers.^ 
BERGEN WILLIAM J, 10 Princess 

Cotton Exporters. 
SLOAN J H, 221 n Water 
Sprunt Alexander & Son, Front cor 
Walnut 

Cotton Compress Companies. 
CHAMPION COMPRESS AND 
WAREHOUSE CO, Nutt cor Red 
Cross 
Wilmington Compress and Warehouse 
Co, Nutt cor Harnett 
Cotton Manufacturing Compa- 
nies. 
Cape Fear, 130 Market 
Wilmington, Surry cor Dawson 

Cotton Oil Mills. 
North Carolina, Hilton 
Dairies. 
Bornemann George W, 702 s 9th 
Joyce Charles F, 1601 Market 

Dairy Kitchen. 
McPherson Joseph V, 25 Market 

Dentists. 
Baldwin Albert M, lo^ n Front 
DREHER J H, loi Princess 
Durham James H, 114 Princess 
Kea James E, 416 Walnut 
Matthews J E, 125 (up-stairs) Market 

Dressmakers. 
Balkcuni Lula Miss, 719 s 8th 
Canady Lenora Miss, 520 Queen 
Everitt Amanda, 212 Harnett 
Everett Laura A Miss, 309 McRae 
Gardner Carrie Miss, 307 Castle 
Goldstein Lena Mrs, 20 s 2d 
Lewis Margaret Mrs, 619 Castle 
Monroe Mary D Mrs, 217 n 3d 
Newman Elsie Mrs, 19 s 2d 



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DIRECTORY 



Rogers Margaret L Mrs, 613 s 3d 
Sails Sarah Mrs, 816 Queen 
Strickland Adella Miss, 1018 n 6th 
Watson Tebie, 106 Red Cross 

Druggists. 

Bellamy Robert R, 31 Market cor 

Front 
BUNTING J HICKS, 901 n 4th 
Bunting's Pharmacy, 303 n Front 
Fentress Herbert L, 62 i n 4th 
GREEN WILLIAM H & CO, 119 

Market and 501 Castle 
HALL WRIGHT Dr, 526 s Front 
Hardin's Palace Pharmacy, 1 26 s Front 
*Mark Thomas R, 12 n 2d 
Miller & Co, 4th cor Nun 
MUNDS JAMES C, 104 n Front 
Munds William C, 601 n 4th 
NIESTLIE WILLIAM, 620 Red 

Cross (see adv) 
NUTT JAMES D, 220 n Front (see 

adv) 
Sasser L B, 800 Market 
Shepard Joseph C Jr, 121 Market 
Stokes William F, s 5th cor Castle 

Dry Goods and Notions. 

Brown Alexander D, 29 n Front 
GAYLORD GEORGE O, 112 n 

Front 
Gaylord W H & Bro, 117 s Front 
Johnson & Fore, in Market 
Kasminski Morris, 24 s 2d 
Liebman Alexander, 124 Market 
Mclntire Robert M, 107 Princess 
Mints Samuel H, 717 s 7th 
Penny W J & CO, 2-4 Market 
POLVOGT C W & CO, 9 n Front 
REHDER JOHN H & CO, 617-619 

n 4th (see adv) 
Shepard John J, 18 Market 



Taylor's Bazaar, 118 Market 

Weil Jacob, 114 Market 

Wescott Mary M Mrs, 915 Queen 

Dry Goods — Wholesale. 
BEAR I M & CO, 206 n Front 
Reinstein Dry Goods Co (The), 212- 

214 n Front 
Solomon S & B, 102 Market 

Dyers and Scourers. 
Dickinson Thaddeus C,207^ Market 
*DRY JAMES D, ion 2d 
Eating Houses. 
*Alexander Mary, 10 s 2d 
*Barlow Mattie, n 4th nr Swann 
*Batsam Ankum, 9 Dock 
*Brown Mary J, 822 n 4lh 
*Burden Eliza, 15 s Water 
*Evans Peter, 230 n Water 
*Faircloth Mack, Muter's al nr Front 
*Faircloth William, Muter's al nr 

Front 
*Jones Emma, 1120 n 4th 
*Hall Mary, 416 Nutt 
Williams Edward, 822 n 4th 

Electric Appliances. 
Clowe Richard B, 107 n 3d 

Electric Light Companies. 
Wilmington Gas Light Co, 114 Prin- 
cess 

Embalmers. 
{See also Funeral Directors.) 
WOOLVIN JAMES F, 105 s 3d 

Engineers — Civil. 
MacRae Roderick, 210 s 5th 
MacRae Walter G, 210 s 5th 
McRee Joseph H, 123 n Front 
Express Companies. 
Southern, Atlantic Division Atlantic 
National Bank bldg 
Express — Local Baggage. 
Fennell Hardy S, 124-128 Princess 



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DIRFXTORY 



Exchangees. 


Yopp Walter E, 206 Princess 


WILMINGTON CHAMBER OF 


Furniture. 


COMMERCE, 23^ n Front 


Behrens Samuel & Co, 15 s Front 


Wilmington Produce Exchange, 


Ford R L & Co, 206 Market 


Water cor Princess 


Kelly John J, 21 Market 


Fertilizers. 


Munroe & Kelly, 10 s Front 


ACME MANUFACTURING CO 


*Price George W, 706 n 4th 


(The) (Ltd), 12 Princess (see adv) 


Thomas & Mercer, 5 Market 


Calder Bros, 200 n Front 


Furriers. 


NAVASSA GUANO CO, Navassa 


Kirschbaum Michael, 13 s Front 


bldg Water cor Princess 


Gas Light Companies. 


POWERS, GIBBS & CO, Atlantic 


WILMINGTON GAS LIGHT CO, 


Bank bldg (see adv) 


1 14 Princess 


Smith & Gilchrist, 221 n Water 


General Merchandise, 


Fish and Oysters— Dealers and 


Goodman William, 6-8 Market 


Shippers. 


Gents' Furnishings. 


^Bell & Pickens, Water r Front street 


{See Men's FtirnisJiings}j 


mkt 


Granite and Marble Yards. 


Davis William E, Market sp bet Front 


TUCKER H A & BRO. 310 n Front 


and Water 


(see adv) 


Fales & Nixon, M liter's al nr Water 


Green Grocers. 


Yopp William H, Muter's al nr Front 


{See Provision Dealers)) 


Five- and Ten-Cent Stores. 


Grocers. 


Clarke W B & Co, 113 s Front 


*Ad(lison James, 409 n 7th 


Florists. 


AHRENS B H J, 620 Market 


Johnson Fannie Miss, 720 Dock cor 


Baldwin William A, 132 s Front 


s 7th 


Batson Eli H, s 7th cor Oran-^e 


Rehder Henry Mrs, 819 Red Cross 


Bell John J, 413 Castle 


Flour and Rice — Wholesale. 


Benton Joseph P", cor Princess and n 


Covington C C & Co, 219 n Water 


loth 


Frame Manufacturers — Looking- 


Berg James. 1120 n 7th 


Glass and Pictures. 


Bloom William H, 202 n 5th 


Cronenberg Henry, 119^^ Market 


Boatv/right John L Co (The), 15-17 


YATES CHARLES W & CO, 117 


s P'ront 


Market (see adv) 


Boesch John H, 319 Brunswick cor 


Funeral Directors. 


n 4th 


*Evans David C, 107 n 2d 


*Bonnett George C, 323 s 7th 


Green Edward D, nyi n 8th 


Bornemann George W, 702 s 9th 


*Rivera Thomas, 1 1 n 3d 


Bornemann John H, 720 s 7th 


^Rivera Thomas Jr, 703 n 4th 


Bowers J L & Co, 820 Castle 


WOOLVIN JAMES F, 105 s 3d 


Brewer Alfred, 720 McRae 



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DIRECTORY 



Brunjes John H, 927 n 4th 
Burnett Lynn H, 128-130 s Front 
Carney Elinza T, 1126 n 4th 
Cornwall William J, 401 s 5th 
Carroll Michael, 717 Bladen 
Costin William H. s 6th cor Nun 
Cumber George F, 506 Queen 
Donnelly James L, 320 Nun 
Doscher John D, 301 Harnett 
Duls Henry T, 202 n 7th and 202 

McRae 
Duls Jacob W, 114 s Front 
Elder James, n nth cor Market 
Everitt John A, 131 Market 
Forrest John J, 401 Church 
Fowler Louisa P Mrs, 425 s Front 
Fuchs Frederick K J, 525 s Front 
Fuchs J W H, 132 s Front 
GERDES HENRY, 709 s 8th 
Glesson Benjamin F, 721 Red Cross 
Gore T J, 22 s Water 
Green George W, 614 Castle 
Guthrie James R, 302 s 6th 
Haar Henry F, 108 s Front 
Haar Jurgen, 401 n Front 
*Hall & Brown, 823 n 4th 
Hanby Joseph H, 720 Dock 
Hand John B, 605 n 4th 
Hankins Alfred G, 21 n 2d 
Hardwick John M, 810 Princess 
Hardy William H, 423 s 5th 
Heyer George H, 402 n 4th 
Holmes A H, 22 s Front 
Horrell Americus V, 505 s 4th 
Huggins James B, 125 Market 
Humphrey & King, 510 Chestnut 
I«ler Sampson, 618^ n 7th 
Kelly M J Mrs, 711 s Front 
Kidd Harry L, 321 McRae 
King Benjamin F, 706 Wooster 
King Haster J, 608 Church 



Klander John D H, 620 Castle 
Koening H William, Harnett cor n 7th 
Konig Henry W, 826 n 4th 
Koonce & Canady, 1 1 n 2d 
Kuch John H, 6 n Water 
Kuhl Carl L, 622 Nixon 
Kuhlken Bernard J, 6oi Brunswick 
Lamb Frank P, 520 McRae 
*Lee Daniel, 2 a nth 
*Lewis Benjamin L, 701 s Ann 
Lindner G W & Co, 32 s Front 
Litgen Henry, 420 Market 
*Lofton McLain,i5 n 2d 
*Love Frederick, 920 Miller 
McCaw Myron, 805 s Front 
McClammy Benjamin A, 619 s 5th 
McKinnon Neill, 3 Water 
*McKoy Bros, 518 s 7th 
Mahler Charles P B, 501 n 4th 
*Merrick Isham, 712 Nixon 
Michalis Charles, 823 s Front 
Mohr Jacob J. 819 (Mulberry) Grace 
Mohr Peter, 1 20 1 Market 
Montgomery Francis A, 201 Castle 
Montgomery James A. 904 Market 
Newberry A, 322 Water 
*Nixon John O, 801 Nixon 
O'Brien Martin, 410 Nutt 
Oldenbuttel Henry D, 301 s Front 
Oldenbuttel John G, 918 Market 
Orrell Jacob D, 901 Gwynn 
Otten Annie Mrs, 519 Nixon 
Parker Christopher C, 520 Wooster 
Pate Albert M, 320 Brunswick 
Peters Charles A, 11 20 Love's al 
Piver William, 609 Castle 
Ramsey David M, 1015-1017 n 4th 
Rankin Napoleon B, no n Front 
Rathjen Martin, Swann cor n 6th 
Richters Charles, 1025 n 4th 
Rodrick James E, 600 Wooster 



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DIRECTORY 



Rulfs John F, 320 n 4tli 
Runge Gcrhardt W. 4181^ s 6th 
*Sampson Charles E, Walnut cor 9th 
Sanders Simon W, 201 Market 
Schnibben Martin, 502 n 6th 
Schulken Charles, 1 202 n 4th 
Schutt A T W Mrs. 817 Bladen 
*Scott Benjamin, 515 Walnut 
*Scott William M. 519 Harnett 
Smith John T, 102 Castle 
*Smith Presley C, 302 n loth 
Smith Rockwell J, 727 s 3d 
*Smith Samuel, 519 Bladen 
*Smith William H, s loth cor Dock 
Spencer Charles L, looi n 4th 
Steljes Dedrick, 602 s 6th 
Sternberger Bros, 10 Market 
Strunck Ernest P H, 501 s 4th 
Suden Edward T, 818 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Swann Louisa, Market cor 17th 
Tharp John J, 300 (Mulberry) Grace 
Tharp William H, 219 Queen 
Thomas John H, 523 n 4th 
*Thomas Smith, 608 McRae 
Turley William H, 1007 n 4th 
Vollers William A, 28 s Front 
Walton John C, 723 s Front and 523 

n 7th 
Wentzensen Henry, 919 Princess 
Wessell Albert C, 134 Market 
Wessell Augustus D, 113 s P^ront 
Wessell Eduard D W, 801 s 8th 
*White Robert H, 520 Dickinson 
Whitehead John H, 100 1 n 7th 
*Whiteman John H Jr, 700 Campbell 
Whitted Duncan C, 119 s Front 

place of Brown & Whitted) 
Woodcock W Perry, 4th cor Swann 

Grocers — Wholesale. 
ADRIAN CO, loi s Front 



Calder Bros, 200 n Front 
Cooper William B, 226 n Water 
Croom J L & Co, 108 n Water 
Gore Daniel L, 120-122 n Water 
HALL & PEARSALL, Nutt cor 

(Mulberry) Grace 
Heyer Matt J, 216-218 n Water 
Hicks Rufus W, 214 n Water 
Holmes & Watters, 6-8 n Front 
Keith B F & Co, 130 n Water 
Love R R & Bro, 24 n Water 
McNair Sion P, 222-224 n Water 
McNair & Pearsall, 319-321 Nutt 
Stevenson J C & Taylor, 18 s Front 
Stone R R & Co, 7 s Water 
West & Co. 127 Market 
Williams Bros, 16-18 n Water 
WORTH & WORTH, Nutt cor(Mul- 

berry) Grace (see adv) 

Gun and Locksmiths. 
Perdew John W, 25 s r'ront 
PoUey C H, 9 n 2d 
Sneeden Silas, 28 s 2d 
Halls. 
*Evergreen Hall of Love and Charity, 

7th bet Nun and Charity 
Hibernian, 107 n 3d 
*Maria, 5 s 2d 
Odd Fellows, 105 n 3d 
*Ruth, 7th cor Nun 

Hardware. 

Alderman Allison, 29 s Front 
Breckenridge & Beery, 611 n 4th 
Foard Charles D, 106 s Front 
Jacobi N Hardware Co, 12 s Front 
LOVE OWEN F & CO, 114 n Front 
Springer W H 8c Co, 14 n Front 

Hatters. 
Hamme R F, 26 n Front 
Kirschbaum Michael, 13 s Front 
Weil Isaac H, 34 n Front 



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DIRECTORY 



Hay, Grain, and Feed Dealers. 

McEachern John S, 211 Market 

Horseshoers. 
Price Emanuel L, Seaman's Home al 

r 109 s Water 
QUINLIVAN DANIEL, 106 n 2d 
Quinlivan Thomas, 208 Princess 

Hotels. 
ATLANTIC INN, 416-418 Front 

Gieschen Bros prprs 
Bonitz House, 129 Market 
Central House, 115 Market 
Fulton House, 18^2 n Front 
Marlborough (The), 121 s Front 
ORTON (The^, 109-117 n Front RW 

Wallace & Co proprs 
Sutton House, no Market 
Victor (The), 411 n Front 

House Furnishings. 
Holden Herbert K, 121 s Front 
Thomas & Mercer, 5 Market 

Ice Dealers. 
AHRENS B H J, 620 Market 
Ice Manufacturers. 
Wilmington Refrigerating and Ice 
Works, 2d cor Campbell 
Ice-Cream Dealers. 
Paul Nathan, 204 Princess 

Inspectors Naval Stores. 
Alderman A & J W, 131 n Water 
Love Richard S, 24 Water. 
Southerland Chauncey G, inn Water 

Inspectors — Timber. 
Berry John D, ft Chestnut 
Green H McL, ft Chestnut 
Parsley George D, ft Chestnut 
Insurance Adjusters. 
Smith Joseph D, 10 Princess 3d flr 

Insurance Agents — General. 
Atkinson & Son 113 n Water 
Bagley Thomas F, 15 Princess 



Boatwright J H & Son, 124 n Water 

Fowler John J, 212 Princess 

Harriss William W, 118 n Water. 

Stedman Frank H, 108 Princess 

Taylor Walker, Exchange bldg 

Willard & Giles, 10 Princess 

Insurance Companies — Bonds of 
Security. 

American Surety Co of New York, 12 
Princess 

Employers Liability Assurance of 
England, 12 Princess 
Insurance Companies — Fire. 

.^tna of Hartford Conn, 12 Princess 

Atlanta Home, 108 Princess 

CAROLINA INSURANCE CO, 10 
Princess M S Willard sec (see adv) 

Carolina: Mutual of Charlotte N C, 
108 Princess 

Commercial Union Assurance, 108 
Princess 

Connecticut, 1 13 n Water 

Continental of New York, 12 Princess 
and 118 n Water 

Fire Association of Philadelphia, 113 
n Water 

Hanover, 108 Princess 

Hartford, 113 n Water 

Home of New York, 108 Princess 

Imperial, 113 n Water 

Lion (The), 118 n Water 

London Assurance Corporation, 113 
n Water 

Manchester Fire of England, 12 Prin- 
cess 

Mechanics and Traders of New Or- 
leans, 12 Princess 

Mutual Fire of New York, 108 Prin- 
cess 

National of Hartford, 118 n Water 

Niagara of New York, 12 Princess 



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DIRECTORY 



North British and Mercantile, 113 n 
Water 

Northern Assurance of England, 12 
Princess 

Norwich Union Fire Insurance So- 
ciety, 1 1 3 n Water 

Orient Insurance Co of Hartford, 113 
n Water 

Palatine of England, 12 Princess 

Pamlico Insurance and Banking Co of 
Tarboro, 12 Princess 

Phenix Insurance Co of Brooklyn, 1 13 
n Water 

Pooenix, 113 n Water 

Southern of New Orleans, 108 Prin- 
cess 

Sun Fire Office, 212 Princess 

Sun Mutual Insurance Co of New Or- 
leans, Willard & Smith genl agts 
10 Princess 

Virginia Fire and Marine of Rich- 
mond, 12 Princess 

Virginia State, 108 Princess 

Insurance Companies — Life. 

Equitable Life Assurance Society of 
the United States, Edwin P Parker 
resident agt rm 6 National Bank 
bldg 

Immediate Benefit of Baltimore, 203 s 
Front 

Mutual Benefit, 118 n Water 

Mutual Life Insurance Co, 12 Princess 

Penn Mutual, 15 Princess 

Sun Life Assurance, 213 Princess 

WASHINGTON OF SOUTH CAR- 
OLINA, off Raleigh N C (see adv) 

Insurance Companies — Marine. 

Boston Marine Ins Co of Boston, 12 
Princess 

Insurance Co of North America, 113 
n Water 



Virginia Fire and Marine of Richmond 
Va, 12 Princess 

Insurance Companies — Steam 
Boilor. 

Hartford Steam Boiler Inspection and 

Ins Co of Hartford, 12 Princess 

Iron Founders. 

{See also Machinists.) 

WILMINGTON IRON WORKS, 19- 

21 s Front 

Jewellers. 

{See Watchmakers and Jeivellers. 

Justices of Peace. 

BUNTING ROBERT H, 113 n 2d 
Evans W McD, 926 n 4th 
Fowler John J, 212 Princess 
Hewlett Andrew J, 204 s Front 
McGowan James M, 213 Princess 
*Price George W, 612 n 4th 

Launderers. 

Harper & Pennington, 202 s Front 
Lee Sam, 130 Market 
Lee Sim, 315 n Front 
Williams L K, 128 Market 

Lawyers. 

{See Attorneys at Lata.) 

Leather and Findings. 
FRENCH GEORGE R & SONS, 108 

n Front (sec adv) 
Mercer & Evans, 115 Princess 
Peterson & Rulfs, 7 n Front 

Lighterage. 
Belden & Howey, i n Water 

Lime, Plaster, and Cement. 

MOORE ROGER, 104 n Water (see 

adv) 

Lithographers. 
HOEN A & CO. Richmond Va (see 

adv) 



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DIRECTORY 



Livery, Sale, and Exchange 
Stables. 

Cowan I P & Co, 108-1 10 n 2d 
Fennell Hardy L, 124-128 Princess 
Jones E G & Co, 208-210 Market 
Mills Frank T, 112-114 n Water 
ORRELL ROBERT C, 217-219 n 3d 
(see adv) 

Lumber Companies and Whole- 
sale Lumber Dealers. 

Bridgers & McKeithan Lumber Co 

(The), Navassa Guano bldg 
CAPE FEAR, Front cor Cowan 
Carolina Southern Railway and Lum- 
ber Co (The), Navassa Guano bldg 
Chadbourn Lumber Co, iiij4n Water 
Hilton, n 4th cor Ashe 
Kidder's Edward Son, Exchange bldg 
NORTHROP S & W H, Surry bet 

Queen and Castle 
SAXAPAHAW, Worth bldg 
Wilmington, Front bet Martin and 
Meares 

Machinists. 
{See also Iron Foiuiders^ 
Whitlock Charles M, 102 s Water 
WILMINGTON MODEL MA- 
CHINE WORKS, 19 n 2d W D C 
Richardson propr (see adv) 

Machinery and Mill Supplies. 

Whitlock Charles M, 305 n Front 

Marble Yards. 

{See also Granite and Marble Yards.) 
TUCKER H A & BRO, 310 n Front 
(see adv) 

Marine Railways. 

Skinner Samuel W, Water bet Nun 
and Chestnut 

Mattress Manufacturers. 

King John W, 153^ n 2d 



Medicinal Roots. 

*Huggins Alexander, r 15 s Water 

Men's Furnishings. 
DAVID A & CO, 31 n Front 
Weil Isaac H, 34 n Front 

Mercantile Agencies. 
DUN R G & CO, Atlantic National 

Bank bldg 16 Princess 

Merchandise Brokers. 
Brown J H, 225 n Front 
Kenan William R, Worth bldg 
Metts James I, 221 n Water 
Morrison James C, 203 n Water 
Turrentine J RCo (The), 201 n Water 
Whitehead William A & Son, 223 n 

Water 
Wilmington Brokerage Co (The), 225 

n Water 

Merchant Tailors. 
DAVID A & CO, 31 n Front 
GORDON PANTS CO, 25 s Front 
Krahnke F Henry, 113 Princess 
McDonald Robert, 20 n 2d 
Meier Joseph, 6 n 2d 
MEYER LEGER, 27 Market (see 

adv) 
Munson & Co, 32 n Front 
Poezolt E & Bro, 22 Market 
SCHMID J, 918 Dock 
Seigert Nathaniel, 128 Market 
Wanamaker & Brown, 123 Princess 

Mill Supplies. 
Mitchell B F Co, 20-22 Water 
WILMINGTON IRON WKS, 19-21 

s Front 

Millinery and Fancy Goods. 

Canady A E Mrs & Co, 1 13 s Front 
Gaylord W H & Co, 117 s Front 
Stroch M E Mrs, ills Front 
Taylor's Bazaar, 118 Market 
Wood Gracie Mrs, 103 Market 



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Mills — Saw. 

CAPE FEAR LUMBER CO, Front 
cor Cowan 

FORE & FOSTER PLANING 
MILL AND SASH AND BLIND 
CO, 6th cor Campbell 

NORTHROP S & VV H, Surry bet 
Queen and Castle 

Mineral Waters. 

Bellamy Robert R, 31 Market cor 
Front 

Bunting's Pharmacy, 303 n Front 

Farriss William A, 133 Market 

Green William H & Co, 119 Market 

Munds James C, 104 n Front 

Warren E & Son, Market cor F*ront 

Mills — Pearl Hominy and Meal. 

Boney & Harper, 314-316 Nutt 
Mills — Rice. 

National, 7 Chestnut 

Music and Musical Instruments. 

HAAR GEORGE, 122 Market ^see 
adv) 

ReVilla Albert E, 313 n Front 
Music Teachers. 

Chasten Rufus H, 602 Chestnut 

Haar Annie W Mrs, 122 Market 
Naval Stores. 

Martin W A & Co, 1 1 1 n Water 

NIMOCKS R M AGENCY, 2 Prin- 
cess W J Bergen mngr 

PATERSON, DOWNING & CO, 115 
n Water 

ROBINSON & KING, Water cor 
Orange 

WORTH & WORTH. Nutt cor (Mul- 
berry) Grace 

News Dealers. 

Conan J H, 17 Princess 

WANNAMAKER J & CO, ii2>^ 
Princess 



Newspapers. 
EVENING DISPATCH (The), (daily) 

10 Orange R P Clammy propr (see 

adv) 
Messenger The, 21 n Front 
MORNING STAR (daily and weekly), 

9-1 1 Princess W H Bernard edr and 

propr (see adv) 
North Carolina Presbyterian (weekly), 

rms d-j Allen bldg 
North Carolina Medical Journal (semi- 
monthly), 4>^ Princess R D Jewett 

M D edr 
*WILMINGTON RECORD (The), 

cor 2d and Market 

Notaries Public. 
Bellamy John D Jr, 210 Princess 
Bryan Egbert K, 116 Princess 
Cummins William M, 125 Princess 
Gore John H Jr, rms 4-5 Smith bldg 
Heide Alexander S, 9 s Water 
Hewlett Andrew J, 204 s Front 
McGowan James M, 213 Princess 
Sneeden James W, rms 7-9 Smith bldg 
Tennent Edward S, 13 Princess (Allen 

bldg) 
Turrentine John R Jr, 201 n Water 

Office Buildings. 

Allen, I 3-1 5 Princess 

Atlantic National Bank, 16 Princess 

Exchange, cor Water and Princess 

Masonic, 125 Market 

National Bank, Princess cor n Front 

Navassa Guano, Water cor Princess 

Smith, 109^^ Princess 

Worth's, Nutt cor (Mulberry) Grace 

Oil Dealers. 

Hopewell Jesse P, 206 Market 

Painters — Carriage. 

*Merrick Frederick, 201 Princess 



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DIRECTORY 



Painters — House and Sign. 

Harvey John W S, 801 s 7th 
Irving George, 4th nr Harnett 
*Lane James H, 410 Red Cross 
*Mitchell William, 4th nr (Mulberry) 

Grace 
Parker C C, 2135^ Princess 
Weatherby & Cooksey, 4th nr Bladen 
*Williams David, 507 n yth 

Paints, Oil, and Glass. 

DIVINE M W & Co, 23 Market (see 

adv) 
Hutchins Richard L, 5 s 2d 
Jacobi N Hardware Co, 12 s Front 
Parker C C, 213 >^ Market 

Paperhangers. 

Johnson Wiley T, 112 n 2d 

Pawnbrokers. 

*Miller Thomas C, 7-9 Dock 

Peanuts — Wholesale. 
Johnson & Co, 5 s Water 
Mitchell B F Co, 20-22 Water 

Photographers. 
Cronenberg Henry, 119^^ Market 
Ellis Urchie C, 114 Market 
New George B, 401 Market 

Physicians. 
Bell Charles D, 601 n 4th 
Bellamy William J H, 209 Orange 
Bulluck David W, loi -Princess 
Galloway Walter C, i Post-Ofifice ave 
HALL WRIGHT, 526 s Front cor 

Castle 

( 8 to 9 A M 
Office Hours; •< 12:30 to 2 P M 
( 7 to 9 P M 
Harriss Andrew H, 604 Market 
Jewett Robert A, 108 Red Cross 
Love William J, 401 Chestnut 
McDonald Alexander D, 313 J^ n 4th 
McMillan W D, 104 n Front 



*Mask Thomas R, 12 n 2d and 510 

s 7th 
Pigford E Scott, 107 (Mulberry) Grace 
*Reynolds Robert A, i6>^ n 2d 
Russell Frank H, 212 Market 
Schornwaid John T,4ii Red Cross 
Shepard Joseph C, 216 Market 
Storm Walter E (homo), 222 s Market 
Thomas George G, 315 Market 
Wright Silas P, 615 n 4th 

Pianos and Organs. 
HAAR GEORGE, 122 Market (see 

adv) 
Kimball Piano Co, Clarence H Abbott 

220 Market 
ReVILLE ALBERT E, 313 n Front 

(see adv) 
VAN LAER EDWARD, 402-404 n 

4th (see adv) 

Piano Tuners. 

HAAR GEORGE, 122 Market 

Pilots' Association. 

Cape Fear, 9 s Water 

Plumbers, Gas and Steam Fitters. 

*Boddie Frank P, 107 n 2d 
Grant Richard H, 119 n Front 

Printers — Job. 

Bagley & Fulford, 15 Princess 
Carolina Publishing Co, Jewett & 
Darlington proprs 2 Princess (up- 
stairs) 
DeRosset William L Jr, r 19 n Front 
HALL SAMUEL G, 121 Princess 

(see adv) 
Jackson & Bell Co, 21 n Front 
LeGWIN BROS, 122 >^ Princess (see 

adv) 
McCLAMMY RICHARD P, 10 

Orange 
*Moore W H, 6 (Mulberry) Grace 



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*Record Publishing Co (The), cor 2d 

and Market 
STAR JOB PRINTING OFFICE 

(The), William H Bernard propr 

7-9 Princess 
Produce Commission Merchants. 

{See also Coinviission Merchants.) 
Bowden L Tate, 6 Princess 

Provision Dealers. 

{See also Butchers and Aleat Markets^ 
Bremer Henry M, 502 s Front 
Collins Charles E, 119 s Front 
*Davis Jackson D, 1 16 s Front 
Garrell Charles S, 118 s Front 
*Kellogg William J, 17 n 8th 
Kirkham W J & Co 104 s Front 
Pickett Reuben H, 124 n Water 
■^Richardson David, 419 Harnett 
Smith Peter H, 608 n 4th 

Provisions — Wholesale. 

ARMOUR PACKING CO, 214 Camp- 
bell L P MacKenzieagt 
Corbett & Gore, ACL yard 
VOLLERS & HASHAGEN, Nutt at 
ACL crossing 

Publishers. 

Carolina Publishing Co, 2 Princess 
(up-stairs) 

HILL J L PRINTING CO (Direct- 
ories), 9-13 n I2th, Richmond, Va 

Jackson & Bell Co, 21 n Front 
Railroad Companies. 

Atlantic Coast Line, Front cor Red 
Cross 

Cape Fear and Vadkin Valley, n Water 
cor (Mulberry) Grace 

Seaboard Air-line, 225 n Front 

Wilmington, Newbern & Norfolk, ft 
Walnut 

Wilmington Seacoast, 9th cor Orange 



Real Estate Agents and Auc- 
tioneers. 

Cronly & Morris, 120 Princess 
Cummings W^illiam M, 125 Princess 
*Miller Thomas C, 7-9 Dock 
O'CONNOR DANIEL, 112 Princess 

(see adv) 
SMITH ANDREW, 109 Princess 

(see adv) 
Stedman Frank H, 108 Princess 
Tennent Edward S, 13 Princess (Allen 

bldg) 
WRIGHT J G & SON, 1 14 Princess 

Restaurants. 
*Byrd Kenan, Front street mkt 
Cartwright John, Front street mkt 
*Edenborough Florence A, 1 1 s 2d 
*Howe Charles H, 15 n 2d 
*Jones Albert, 16 n 2d 
*McPherson Robert J, 306 Nutt 
*Rich & Everett, 4 n Water 
Reaves Julius F, Front street mkt 
*Samuel William M, 6 (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Smith Catherine, 721 n 4th 
^Thompson Isham, 115 s Front 
Rubber Stamp Works. 
Wilmington, 15 Princess 
Saddlers and Harness Makers. 
FENNELL HARDY L, 18 n Front 
Hayden Patrick H, 13-15 n 3d 
Montgomery James A, no Water 

Saloons. 
Acme (The), 3 i s PVont J G L Gieschen 

& Co proprs 
Ballois Bernhard, 126 Market 
Brown Frank B, Princess cor 2d 
Cox Reuben V, 26 n Water 
Croom Marion D, 8 n Water 
Croom M F & Co, 102 Water 
Dahnhardt John, 310 Nutt 



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FRENCH CAFE, 1 17 Princess Schnib- 

ben & Steljes proprs (see aclv) 
Gieschen Bros, 416-418 n Front 
Mayer Thomas A, 129 Market 
MAYLAND J M, 19 n Front 
Ortman Frederick W, 17 n 2d 
Rhodes Isaac B, loi n 2d 
SCHNIBBEN CHARLES, 2 n Water 

(see adv) 
Smith Lewis T, 106 n Water 
Steljes J D, Water cor (Mulberry) 

Grace 
*Thomas Adolphus, 19 s Water 
Wallace Thomas E, 6 s Front 

Salt and Kanit Importers. 
Sweet Robert N, Worth bldg 

Sash, Blinds, and Doors. 
DIVINE M W & CO, 23 Market 

(see adv) 
FORE & FOSTER PLANING MILL 

AND SASH AND BLIND CO, 

6th cor Campbell 
WILMINGTON IRON WORKS, 19- 

21 s Front 

Savings and Trust Companies. 

Wilmington, 108 Princess 

Schools. 

Academy of the Incarnation, 217 s 4th 
Cape Fear Academy, 105 n 5th 
Hart and Brown Misses, 114 Orange 
Lutheran Parochial School, n 6th cor 

Princess Mrs Annie C Miller prin 
Rothwell Mary C Miss, 109 n 3d 
Tileston High School, Ann bet s 4th 

and 5th 
Security and Trust Companies. 
American Bonding and Trust Co, T F 

Bagley agt 15 Princess 

Seedsmen. 

Hardin John H, 124 s Front 



Sewing Machine Companies and 
Dealers. 

Singer Manufacturing Co (The), 115 

Market 
Wheeler & Wilson, 210%' Princess 
Wood T W, 123 Princess 

Shingle Dealers. 
{See also Liimber Dealers^ 
Fowler Paul R, 211 s Front 
Keith B F Co, 130 n Water 
Springer J A & Co, 121 n Water 

Ship Brokers. 
HARRISS GEORGE SON & CO, 

1 16 n Water 
Haide & Co, 9 s Water 
Peschau E & Co, 204-206 n Water 
Riley James T & Co, 203 n Water 

Ship Chandlers. 
Eckel W A, 203 n Water 
Kuch John H, 6 n Water 
Peschau E & Co, 204-206 Water 

Shipping Agents. 
Dahnhardt John, 310 Nutt 
Ship-Yards. 
United States, ft Queen 

Stained Glass Works. 
RICHARDS ERNEST V, 106 Prin- 
cess (see adv) 
Steamboat and Steamship Com- 
panies. 
Cape Fear River Transportation Co, 

ft Chestnut 
CLYDE LINE, ft Walnut H G 

Smallbones supt 
Merchants and Farmers, whf ft 

Princess 
Northeast River Steamers, whf ft 

Chestnut 
SOUTHPORT AND WILMING- 
TON, whf ft Market 
Town Creek Steamers, whf ft Chestnut 



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DIRFXTORY 



Stenographers and Typewriters. 

Alderman Florence L Miss, bds 310 
Chestnut 

Stevedores. 
Doyle George W, 203 n Water 
Stoves and Tinware, 
LOVE OWEN F & CO, 114 n Front 
Tailors. 
{See also Merchant Tailors.) 
Caudle Joseph R, 825 n 4th 
*DRY JAMES D, 16 n 2d 
*McNeill William H, 10 n 2d 
Wyckoff Emma P Mrs, 708 Queen 

Tar Dealers. 
Morton George L Co (The), 615 Nult 

Telegraph Companies. 
POSTAL TELEGRAPH -CABLE 
CO, I 17 Princess R W Miles mngr 
WESTERN UNION, in Princess 
John Frank mngr 

Telephone Companies. 
SOUTHERN BELL, 3d floor Na- 

tioal Bank bldg 
Inter-State, 10 1 Princess W B Savage 

local mngr 
Theatres and Places of Amuse- 
ment. 
Wilmington Opera House, 3d cor 
Princess Simeon A Schloss lessee 
Timber Agents. 
{See also Inspectors Timber^ 
Alderman A & J W, 131 n Water 
Southerland David D, in n Water 
Tin and Sheet-Iron Workers. 
Rising Richard F, 13 Dock 
Smith Samuel L, 18 n 2d 
Springer W E & Co, 14 n Front 
Suggs, Peterson & Co, 14 n 2d 
TOLER THOMAS S, r 104 s Front 

Towing Companies. 
Cape Fear, 9 s Water 



Turpentine (Spirits of) Mann- 
facturers. 

Morton George L Co (The), 615 Nutt 

Undertakers. 
{Sec Funeral Directors.) 

Upholsterers. 
Clowe Richard B, 107 n 3d 
Johnson Wiley T, ii2 n 2d 
King John W, 15^ n 2d 

Variety Stores. 

Tiencken Melchior G, Castle cor 4th 

Veterinary Surgeons. 
CARROLL THOMAS B. 106 n 2d 

Wall Papers. 
{See also Paperhngrs and Upholsterers) 
Clowe Richard B, 107 n 3d 
YATES CHARLES W & CO, 117 

Market (see adv) 

Watchmakers and Jewellers. 
Burke Jesse T, 7 s Front 
Darden George, 4 n Front 
Dingelhoef O F & Co, 123 Market 
Honnett George, 12 n F'ront 
Hauser Henry, 904 n 4th 
HUGGINS GEORGE W, 105 Market 
McCulloch Duncan T, 25 s Front 
Simmons George C, Castle nr 4th 
Tiller Max A, 209 Princess 

Water Works Companies. 
CLARENDON (The). 118 Princess 

W F Robertson supt 

Wheelwrights. 
{See Blacksmiths and Wheekvrights.) 
Winos and Liquors — Wholesale 
Bear Sol & Co, 20 Market 
Chadwick David N, 15 Market 
Southern Distilling Co (The), 119 

Princess 

Wood Dealers. 
{See also Coal and Wood.) 
King Archibald S, 9 Queen 



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CHATHAM, VA., May 3, 1897. 

VIRGINIA BUSINESS COLLEGE, Richmond, Va. : 

Dear Sirs, --You ask my opinion of the graduates 
of your school, and in reply will say that we have 
had one of your graduates--Mr. Frank Marshall, Jr. -- 
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