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W. A. Bridgers
W. B. Stone

Chairman of the local exemption board at Tryon, North Carolina

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W. C. Brewer

Commissioner in Wake County in Nov 1918

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W. C. Strudwick

African American doctor in Durham NC in 1919

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W. D. Weatherford

Resident of Blue Ridge NC in June 1919

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W. F. Rike

Major and adjutant, 21st Field Artillery at Camp Bragg, NC, in May 1920

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W. H. Chamblee, Jr.

Commissioner in Wake County in Nov 1918

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W. L. Hart

Lieutenant colonel who served in the Surgeon General of the Army's (William C. Gorgas) office in 1918

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W. S. Beasley

Student at A & T, third year trade class in 1916-1917, from Baltimore, MD

W. S. McNair

Col, commander of Camp Bragg in May 1920

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W. S. Turner

Faculty or student of Shaw U Summer School in 1919

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W. T. Andrews

Editor of the Baltimore Daily Herald

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W. W. Fentress

Resident of Norfolk VA in June 1919. Member of Columbian Union

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W.G. Hamilton
Wade Lindsay

He signed a letter of petition to Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother and Oliver Wallace who were accused of horse stealing and sentenced to death.

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Wallace Carl Riddick

Born August 5, 1864, in Wake County, North Carolina. An engineer, Riddick was a professor, vice-president (1908-1916), and later president (1916-1923) of North Carolina State University.

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Wallace, Charles Slover

Born December 2, 1864, in Portsmouth, North Carolina. Wallace was president of the Wallace Fisheries Co., a producer of fish scrap and oil, in Morehead City, North Carolina.

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Walter Augustus Leggett

Born July 12, 1872, in Halifax, North Carolina. Leggett was a pharmacist in Edenton, North Carolina.

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Walter Columbus Feimster

Born August 31, 1866, in Iredell County, North Carolina. Feimster was an attorney in Newton, North Carolina.

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Walter Cowden

He signed a letter of petition to Arthur Dobbs on behalf of William Strother and Oliver Wallace who were accused of horse stealing and sentenced to death.

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Walter Davis Siler

Born November 25, 1878, in Chatham County, North Carolina. Siler was an attorney who served as solicitor for the Fourth Judicial District (1912-1922), Superior Court judge (1925-1926), and Assistant Attorney General (1927-1932).

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Walter Edgar Brock

Born in Wadesboro, North Carolina, on December 23, 1882. A Wake Forest graduate, Brock served as solicitor for the 13th district from 1914 until he was appointed a Superior Court judge by Gov. Cameron Morrison in 1921. The following year, he lost the election for the judgeship and spent the remainder of his law career with the firm Graves, Brock and Graves in Winston-Salem.

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Walter Evans Moore

Born October 14, 1856, in Buncombe County, North Carolina. Moore was an attorney in Webster, North Carolina. During World War I, he was selected by the governor to serve on the state's western district exemption board.

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Walter Francis White

Born July 1, 1893, in Atlanta, Georgia. White was a civil rights activist and longtime employee of the N.A.A.C.P.

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Walter Haywood Parrish

Born August 17, 1889, in Wake County, North Carolina. Parrish was a farmer in Wakefield, North Carolina, when he registered for the draft (World War I) in June 1917. He was inducted into the service in September 1917 and joined the Machine Gun Company of the 322nd Infantry. Parrish served overseas from May 1918 to April 1919.

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Walter Hutchinson Blair

Born May 6, 1890, in Wilmington, North Carolina. Blair was a civil servant (tax collector and register of deeds) who helped lead a movement to combat profiteering and overinflation of food, clothing, and housing in post-war (World War I) Wilmington. During World War I, Blair served with Company E, 56th Pioneer Infantry, and arrived in France about two months before the armistice. He received an honorable discharge on January 14, 1919.

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Walter McKenzie Clark

Born August 19, 1846, in Halifax County, North Carolina. A Confederate veteran, Clark is best remembered for his thirty-five-year career as chief justice of the North Carolina Supreme Court, which began with his election to the position in 1902.

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Walter Orr

Chief of Police in Charlotte NC in Sept 1919

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Walter Parker Stacy Person
Walter Scott Foster

Walter Scott Foster, born in Wake County, North Carolina, on June 27, 1872. Foster was a minister in the A. M. E. Zion Church who was ordained at just sixteen years of age. His work took him to various places in Virginia and at Plymouth, Whitehall, and Snow Hill in North Carolina. He worked in the Goldsboro area from 1915 to 1920.

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Walters, Rudolph Emory

Born November 5, 1874, in Cockery (Wilkes County), North Carolina. Walters served in the army as a sergeant during the Philippine-American War and then remained there as part of the police force. He later served as governor of the Province of Mindoro and gave ten years to the U.S. Civil Service.

He joined the service again shortly after America's entrance into World War I, this time as a captain in the 322nd Infantry. While stationed at Camp Jackson, Walters injured a hip during grenade practice and was subsequently honorably discharged on account of physical disability in April 1918. Walters then received an appointment to serve as chairman of the Wilkes County Council of Defense. Following the war's end, Walters served as commander of the Wilkes County Post of the American Legion.

For a short time, Walters was chief of police in North Wilkesboro and from 1928 to 1933 was postmaster of the same.

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Ward W. Smith

Manager of the Fruit and Trade Association, in New York City, in June 1919

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Watkins, John Emmitt

Born in April 7, 1881, in Wake County, North Carolina. Watkins was a police officer in Durham, North Carolina, when he registered for the draft (World War I) in September 1918. He died in February 1920 from influenza.

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Watson Smith Rankin

Born January 18, 1879, near Mooresville, North Carolina. Rankin was a physician and professor who served as the state's chief public health officer and secretary of the State Board of Health from 1909 to 1925.

Weaver, Zebulon

Born May 12, 1872, near Weaverville, North Carolina. Weaver served as a state legislator (1907 to 1911, 1913 to 1917) and United States Congressman (1917 to 1928, 1931 to 1947).

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Webb, Charles Aurelius

Born November 4, 1866, in Warrenton, North Carolina. Webb was a newspaperman, attorney, and legislator. During the presidency of Woodrow Wilson, inclusive of the First World War, Webb served as a United States Marshal for the Western District of North Carolina.

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Welbore Ellis

He was the Secretary of War during the Seven Years War and Arthur Dobbs's royal governorship.

Welborn, Willie Richard

Born February 7, 1897, in Summit (Wilkes County), North Carolina. During World War I, Welborn served in the 156th Depot Brigade until honorably discharged on November 26, 1918.

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Wellington Johnson

Born October 11, 1894, in Cumberland County, North Carolina. At the outbreak of World War I, Johnson was employed at the Neconsett Manufacturing Company in Cumberland County, North Carolina.

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Wharton, Lacy Donnell

Born July 9, 1869, in Guilford County, North Carolina. Wharton was a physician in Smithfield, North Carolina, who served as a member of the Johnston County Exemption Board during World War I.

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White, Evelyn Ann

Born February 3, 1896, in North Carolina. White married Julian Edward Wood on February 9, 1918. They later divorced, and she went on to marry George F. Lattimore on September 4, 1923.

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White, Sarah Rebecca Layden

Born September 14, 1877, in North Carolina. She married Robert Timothy White on February 1, 1895. During World War I, she served as chairman of women's work in the War Savings Stamp campaign for Perquimans County, North Carolina.

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Whitehall
Wiggs, Nathan Gaston

Born January 6, 1865, in Johnston County, North Carolina. Wiggs was justice of the peace in Johnston County for many years.

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Wiley Emmett McNeill

Born April 13, 1885, in Jefferson, North Carolina. McNeill was a farmer who served as chairman of the Ashe County Exemption Board during World War I.

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Wilfred Dent Turner

Born January 30, 1855, in Turnersburg, North Carolina. A lawyer by training, Turner served as a legislator (sessions starting 1887, 1889, 1891, and 1917) and lieutenant governor (1901-1905). In 1917, he led a joint legislative committee charged with investigating the condition of the state's prison system.

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Will Lee

One of three men accused of sexually assaulting the wife of A. A. Riddle in Alamance County in July 1920. Employee of Rainey Hospital at the time.

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Will Oxentine

Born on April 13, 1890 in Boone, North Carolina. Oxentine registered for the draft on June 5, 1917, but doesn't seem to have been called to service.

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Will W. Alexander

Southeastern Divisional Director of the Interchurch World Movement of North America, based out of Atlanta GA in July 1919

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William Abercrombie Person