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AN ARTISTIC DESCRIPTION OF A
CLOOMY AFFAIR



JACKSONVILLE IN FLAMES


Florida's metropolis in Sack-Cloth and Ishes

WALTER S. WAGSTAFF, EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
COPYRIGHTED BY INGRAM & WAGSTAFF











A LA N IC Celebrated New York
and Florida Special
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COAST LINE Florida and West
Indian Limited,
DOUBLE DAILY SERVICE BETWEEN Via CHARLESTON AND RICHMOND.
ALL POINTS IN FLORIDA AND GEORGIA TO ALL POINTS EAST.
Q UICK IAESTr AND BEST LINE
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Boston, New England Points, New York, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Washington and Richmond,
' VIA CHARLESTON TO ALL WINTER RESORTS.
4 T. For full information write or ccll on
T. M. EMERSON, Traffic Mgr., Gen. Offices, Wilmington, N. C. H. M. EMERSON, General Pass. Agent.
FR ANK C. BOYLSTON, Agt., 208 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla. JONAH H. WHITE, East. Pass. Agent, 1161 Broadway.
A. L. REED, Dist. Pass. Agt., 601 Penn. Ave.,Washington, D.. H.P. CLARK, Gen. East. Agent, NEW YORK.
4 J. H. JOHNSON, Northeastern Agent, 300 Washington St.............................Boston, Mass.







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CO'PIMlENTS OF

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HE occasion which furnished the appro- articles of this kind. Should the sales be suffi-
priateness for this kind of a publication ciently numerous a new printing outfit might be
was not only devoid of mirth, but suffi- purchased.
fil ciently sad to create heart-aches and If this conflagration could have been post-
produce tears without drawing upon poneJ a couple of years the anniversary of our
the imaginations of a generous public, silver wedding would have arrived, and the
The artist, with his camera, has p)o)rtray(d, publisher's wife might have sent out invitations
without embellishment of pencil or brush, the to people at a distance-such a distance that it
story of destruction, devastation and despair in would not have been practical to come. Our
such an effective manner that any elaboration at "Uncle" would have kindly loaned us on the
the hands of the editor is entirely unnecessary. silverware a sufficient amount of currency to
The editor and publisher of this booklet, have put us in motion once more. The fire,
together with his family, are among the unfor- however, was inconsiderate, and our only hope
tunates, and their loss would have been greater is in this little booklet.
had they had anything more to lose. There will be no objection to purchasers
It is hoped that the returns from this little buying more than one copy.
b moklet will enable the publisher to purchase a Should any charitable person feel disposed
cooking stove, flat irons, wash tubs and other to pay $50.00 or more for a single copy, a check
ornamental necessities necessary to a family for the amount will not be looked upon as an
who have never learned to keep house without insult.
THE EDITOR.










THE FIRE !
Acres of Ruined Public Buildings, Business Blocks, Docks, Residences, Factories, Etc.-An Event that has
Burned an Indestructible Tablet in the Memories of Thousands of Sufferers.
RIDAY, May 3d, 1901, will always be a memorable do more. Nothing human could resist the onward march
day in the history of Jacksonville, the metropolis of the fiend. Nature, with her usual perversity, had
and gateway to Florida. The recurring anniver- dried the roofs of the buildings, and then arranged with
series will not be welcomed with joyful acclama- the elements to give every encouragement to the fire
tions, but a shuddering posterity will listen with awe to possible. Man could never have succeeded half so wel
the tale as it comes from the lips of white-headed grand- in making it favorable for a successful realization o
parents who are living witnesses of that deplorable event, such a fearful calamity.
The fire originated in a pile of moss at the Cleveland Within eight hours over seven hundred acres of beau
Fibre Factory, situated in the block bounded by Davis, tifully shaded, grass ordered streets, lovely residences
Madison, Union and Beaver streets. It was discovered public buildings, business houses, warehouses, factories
by one of the men during the dinner hour, and it was docks, churches, etc., were in ruins. One hundred and
thought they could put it out with a few buckets of forty-six squares in the most thickly sspttle portion o
water, as they had frequently done on similar occasions; this little city of thirty thousand population in ashes
consequently an alarm was not turned in until it had There was no time to save furniture, lou-ehold utensils
gone beyond their control. When the department or even clothes, and thousands of people who hav
arrived the fire had spread from the outside platform labored and saved for years, in order to get a comfort-
upon which it started, to the pine buildings, which rap- ably furnished home, are destitute.
idly became a seething mass. Then the breeze sprang The fact that it might have been Awor-se, that it miiht
up, and the burning resonous brands and millions of have occurred in the night and hundreds of people been
sparks were dropped on the tinder-like roofs of adjoin- burned, and the destruction been much greater, does no
ing houses and those blocks away, every few minutes start- successfully console the elderly and gray-haired men and
ing a new distributing center and rapidly creating a per- women who have been deprived of everything they had
fect hades of fire and smoke. Rapidly it made its way in the world. For these worthy people the future i
eastward, devouring everything combustible in its path. filled with a gloom difficult to dissipate. The fact tha
Nothing that would burn was allowed to escape, and the old part of the city will arise from the ash-piles
when anything wouldn't burn, the intense heat melted clothed in more fashionable and attractive garments,
it. Gallantly and fearlessly Chief Haney and his brave will not help the men and women, who had no insurance
firemen struggled with the destructive elements, whose replace the homes which they had oc-:upied half a cen-
resistless energy continuously drove them from line after tury or more and the memory of whose los- will here
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OFFICERS TACKSONVILLE RELIEF ASSOCIATION.



C. E. GARNER, President. 1. R. PARROTT, Vice-President.
C. H, SMITH, Secretary, A. M. IVES, Treasurer.

Executive Committee. Finance Committee.
Charles Benedict, J. P. Taliaferro, B. F. Dillon, J. N, 0.
C. E. Garner, Chairman; W. C. West, Secretary; J. R. Stockton, B. H. Barnett. Headquarters over McNearney
Parrott, J. E. T. Bowden, J. C. L'Engle, J. H. Dukes, store, foot of Laura street.
J. E. Lee, W. A. Bours, Harry Mason, Bishop Edwin G. Commissary Department.
Weed, W. W. Cummer, Telfair Stockton, A. W. Cockrell, J R. Parrott, Chairman; W. N. Stockton, Superintend-
Jr., Conrad Brickwedel, M. A. Dzialynski, Rev. W. J. ent; T. T. Stockton, Auditor. Headquarters Florida
Kenny. East Coast Railway city ticket office.



OFFICERS LADIES' AUXILIARY RELIEF ASSOCIATION.


Mrs. Dennis Eagan, Chairman. Mrs. Waldo Cummer, Order Department.
Mrs. G. Washington, Secretary. Mrs. Guy R. Pride, Supt. Riverside District.
Mrs. E. M. Bogart, Secretary to Chairman. Mrs. R. J. Russell, LaVilla District.
Mrs. W. W. Summer, General Manager. Mrs. W. Lockett, Springfield District.
Mrs. Church Anderson, Supt. Commissary Dept. Mrs. LaFayette Dancy, Superintendent Labor.
Dr. Reichard, Dispensory.










A LIST OF THE SUFFERERS.



PUBLIC AND PRIVATE BUILDINGS DESTROYED.


While the list is not a complete one, it will give some idea of the immense loss Jacksonville
has sustained by this conflagration. When the difference in population is considered, it will
be no effort to realize that our recent calamity caused a greater loss to Jacksonville than
Chicago's big fire did to Chicago.


CHURCHES AND SCHOOLS.
Church of Immaculate Concep- Lutheran Church. St. Mary's Home. Trinity Baptist Church.
tion. McTyre M. E. Church. St. Joseph's Convent and Resi- Union Congregational Church.
Christian Church. Mt. Moriah Church. dence. Conservatory of Music.
Ebenezer M. E. Church. Mount Zion Church. Saint John's Episcopal Church. Froebel Academy.
First Baptist Church. Mt. Zion A. M. E. Church. St. Philips Episcopal Church. Jacksonville Graded School.
First Church of Christ. Presbyterian Church. Second Church Christian Scien- Massey Business College.
First Christian Church. Harmony Baptist Church. tists. Cookman Institute.
Grant's A. M. E. Church. Second Baptist Church. Trinity M. E. Church. Colored High School.
Jewish Synagogue.


BANKS-HOTELS- CLUBS.
First National Bank of Florida. United States Hotel. "The Oxford." Glenwood Hotel.
State Bank of Florida. Placide Hotel. Glenwood Hotel. Nooney Hotel.
Mercantile Exchange Bank. Girard House. "The Charleston." Seminole Club.
Commercial Bank. Columbia Hotel. Hotel Bristol. B. P. 0. E. Club House.
St. James Hotel. Empire House. Hotel Richelieu. Phoenix Club.
Windsor Hotel. Bettelini's European Hotel. St. John's Hotel. Woman's Club.
Windsor Annex. Bettelini's Chop House. Arlington Hotel. Jacksonville Wheelmen's Club.











ALONG RIVER FRONT.
\llo Docks. Christopher Docks. Baird Docks. Benedict Dock.
Rl Docks. T. Murphy's Dock. Itartridge Docks. Merrill & Stevens' Docks.
Gaskin's Docks. Iolmes' Do ks. lerikimier Docks. Alsop Dock.
Bettelini Docks. AllMc'nihe Docks. Mohawk Block Docks. Hazleton Docks.
Durkee Docks. Barnett Docks. Bristol Hotel Dock. Baya and McQuaid Docks.
Myer & Mullr Do).-s.



BLOCKS AND BUILDINGS-PUBLIC AND PRIVATE.

Abell Block. City Jail. Wilmarth Block. Tubbard Building.
Arimstrig Block. oinly Jail. Metropolis Block. Gardner Office Building.
Baldwin Block. County Onice Building. Porter Block. Root Building.
Baya Block. Criminal Court. L'Engle Block. Ruth Building.
Byrne Block. Duval Co. Court House. Emery Block. Reed Builaing.
Ely Block. Board of Trade Iulilding. Aird Block. Bostwick Building.
John Clark Block. Police Henidjiurtrs. Rivas Block. Craig Flats.
Hart Block. Headquarters Fire C'hief. First Nat. Bank Block. Raymond D. Knight Building.
Hazeltine Block. ln-ine House No. 2. Togni Block. John D. Christopher Building.
H-olmes Block. ln1\al Co. \rA ry. Broward Block. Seminole Club Building.
L'Engle Block. Finmming Park. Gonzales Block. B. P. 0. E. Club House.
NMl\Vhi;tvwk Block. A. & W. Freight Depot. Fitzgerald Block. Jewish Club House.
MlE !nil .nk. ('lvllnv l Block. Law Exchange Building. Wheelmen's Bowling Alleys.
M tn;iid IBlock. Srll Block. Law II:ildiiig. Public Libarary Building.
Siiil BUilling. TllItl Block. S. B Iulnllard Co.'s Stori' Park Opera House.
(Opera House Ilock. AlMc.\mrry Block. Waeln iis and Work S l p. Auditorium Bowling Alleys.
City lUPilding. M.Irisii Bl!ck. Jacksonville Yacht Club and Auditorium Skating Rink.
City Ml;irk, tIili.tll Block. Boats. Metropolitan Hall.




COMPANIES AND:BUSINESS FIRMS.

Acosta & Bahl. Brimnd & Grimme. Cohen Bros. Fetting & Reichard.
Armstrong & Son. Burbridge & Burbridge. Dennis, F. W. & Sons. Fleischman & Co.
Baird, I. E. & Co. Bryan, J. E. & Co. Dignan & O'Brien. Florida Manicure Parlors.
Baker & Baker. Burke & Fairhead. Doggett & Van Deman. Frank & Wagstaff.
Bell, I. S. & Son. Chase, G. E. & Co. Dowling, F. M. & Co. Frances & Banes.
Benedict, Pollak .& Co. ClnI glini, J. B. & Bro. Ellis & Hussey. Garcia Bros.
Bisbee & Bedel. Clark & Gibbons. Emery & Co. Greeley, J. C. & Son.











COMPANIES AND BUSINESS FIRMS-Continued.

Greenleaf & Crosby. Mutual Mercantile Agency B. E. Coe Co. Iseman, Skinnlr Co.
Groover & Co. Pederson & Kichener. Bours, W. A. Co. llygilie Baking Powder Co
Gifford & Co. Pons & Borum. Bowman, J. A. & Co. Jlksoivil. Ice Delivery Co
Gilmore & Son. Questa, Ray & Co. Bradstreet Co. Jackson'l ville Furniture Co.
Gunby, F. R. & Co. State Board of Health. Butler Loan Co. Jacksonville Telephone Co.
Hall, S. F. & Co. Stafford & Ward. Buckey, Albert J. & Co. JncksoNvlill! Paving Co.
Hammatt & Co. Stockton, Bryan & Co. Cable Piano Co. J;I.iklnvillu Cooperage Co.
Hartridge & Clarkson. Simmons & Oak. Chadwick-Swain Co. Jacksonville Produce Co.
Hay, Trowell & Co. Singer Manuacturing Co. Citizen's Gas Co. Johnson Law Co.
Hefley Bros. Fischer & Co. Chicago Lumber Co. Ludden-Bates Co.
Horn, J. D. & Co. Tutt & Ball. Christie-Groover Drug Co. Marin Shoe Co.
Hoyle, C. E. & Son. Warrock & Co. Clark, E. F. Co Marvin, Chas. Co.
Jacksonville Sanitarium. Weston & Co Clark Shoe Co. Melton, S. H. & Co.
Jacksonville Pressing Club. Wheeler & Co. Clark & Burns Co. \MclF ;rlllil Protection Co.
Kahn, Fred. Whitelaw & Reed. Davis & Robinson. Mutual Naval St ores Co.
Kent Bros. Wilson & Parker. Dixie Cycle Co. l McMurray Transfer Co.
Kohn, Furchgott & Co. Willard & Simpcoe. Dixie Portrait Co. J.;cksovill Ferry Co.
Kress, S. H. & Co. Gardner Boat Yard. Drew, H. & W. B. Co. Peninsular Lumber Co.
Love & McGinnis. Jones' Boat Yard. East Fla. Printing Co. R. G. Dun Co.
Livingston, T. H. & Son. New York Steam Laundry. Florida Hardware Co. lhol.-s, Futch-Collins Co.
Macey & Johnson Banner Laundry. Fla. Land & Imp. Co. Silex Paint Co.
Mainhard Bros. Rico Laundry. Fla. Naval Stores Co. Solaia.n Grovery Co.
Manigault & Oxendine. Evening Metropolis. Georgia Trading Co. Sotutlilid Co.
Marzyck & Conant. Merrill-Stevens Marine Railway. Grange Bicycle Co. Standard Cliliing Co.
Max & Voremberg. Merrill-Stevens Machine Works. Iseman Co. Slindard Groery Co.
Meyer & Muller. Merrill-Stevens Ship Yard. Jacksonville Trading Stamp Co. Star Grocery Co.
McTimmons & Co. Abstract & Title Co. Policy Holder's National Union. St;ind;:l Naval Stoi,., Co.
McMurray & Baker. Adams-Richardson Co. Jacksonville Forwarding Co. Tennessee Produce Co.
Miller & Cloud. Anderson Lumber Co. Jacksonville Machine & Iron Vail Carriage Co.
Moran & Grosser. Atlantic Tea Co. Works. Winkleman Grocery Co.
Atlantic Lumber Co.



CITIZENS WHOSE HOMES AND PERSONAL EFFECTS WERE DESTROYED.



Adams, General Adams, W. H. Adamson, Bernard Aid, Elias
Acosta, Salvatore Adams, Miss Adley, Henry Aid, C,,,.',
Ackerly, G. D. Adams, Drusilla Aird, Emma Aird, H. G.
Acree, James Adams, Henry. Aikin, Adell Allen, J. IH.











Alllen, T. L. Albritton, Newton Anderson, H. A. Armstrong, L. L.
Allen, Alice. Ambler, D. G. Anderson, Washington Arnold, C. H.
Allen, J. E. Amy, A. J. Anderson, Rosa Arnold, Mrs. S. W.
Allen, James. Ancrom, Charles Anderson, Z. T. Arnouth, J. E.
Alston, Jeremiah Andrew, D. A. Anderson, Abram Armington H. T.
Altree, George. Andrew, John Anderson, R. A. Arellano, Juanita
Alexander, Anna Andrew, A. C. Anderson, Alexander Ashcraft, G. B.
Alexander, Hampton Andrews, Mary Arnau, M. V. Atkins, William
Alexander, E. L. Andrews, J. G. Archibald, J. W. Atkisson, Rev. R. V.
Alexander, Edward Andrews, Rev. D. C. Archibald, R. B. Austin, John
Alexander, Robert Anglin, Amelia Armstrong, E. HI. Austin, W. A.
Alexander, G. Anderson, W. 0. Armstrong, G. M. Austin, Thomas
Alexander, Emma Anderson, Mack Armstrong, W. B. Axtell, E. P.



Bacon, Major Henry Baerd, Rachel Bentley, William Blake, C. C.
Baer, B. M. Barr, George Benton, Jane H. Blanchard, Richard
Bagley, Henry Barnett, B. H. Been, Charles Black, Arthur
Baker, J. C. Baker, Andrew Bettelini, Josephine Black, Charles
Baker, Mary Barton, C. M. Bethel Baptist Church Blackman, F. B.
Baker, Luke Baer, B. M. Bell, Lewis 'Bleven, J. R.
Baker, W. H. Bayer, P. H. Beausang, Stanislaus Blunt, John
Baya, William Barnett, W. B. Beebe, Horace B. Blodgett, J. H.
Battle, Prof. Banta, Rev. Julian Beidelman, E. F. Booze, J. E.
Barrs, A. W. Barberie, L. H. Benedee, Franklin Booth, Mrs. E. L.
Baker, J. D. Barr, George Benjamin, Susan Boone, J. T.
Barnes, B. H. Baya, J. B. Bennett, J. E. Bostwick, W. M.
Baya, Oliver Bean, C. F. Benjamin, C. A. Bostwick, W. M. Jr.
Barber, Edgar Bettes, C. S. Bexley, R. R. Booth, E. L.
Bankerd, H. R. Bettelini, Frederick Bigelow, J. II. Bowen, W.
Barrs, B. K. Berreien, Miss E. B. Bilger, Sarah Bowen, John
Baya, W. P. Beckwith, J. P. Bishop, R. II. Bolton, Stephen
Barth, G. F. Bell, J. S. Bisbee, C. C. Bonnetheau, I. D.
Barnes, Edward Beckel, Melvin Bisbee, H. H. Bonham, W. B.
Barnell, James Benedict, W. N. Bigelow, A. G. Bowie, H. B.
Barnwell, Mary L. Bennett, Prudence Bishop, F. D. Bowne, H. H.
Baxter, Frank Bee, 0. P. Binnicker, C. S. Bowman, J. A.
Baxter, Thomas Benedict, M. E. Bisbee, C. R. Bond, E. A.
Banks, E. L. J. Bettes, C. C. Bischoff, M. H. Bours, W. A.
Barnett, W. D. Bermentes, Henry Bishop, J. A. Bours, J. B.
Barrs, Mrs. A. Bessronz, Mrs. H. Bigelow, L. V. Booker, Nancy
Barnes, Kate Bennett, E. A. Bisbee, Anna Bowman, J. C.
Bailey, Rebecca Bell, James, Bird, Fannie Bond, John
Bassett, Mrs. T. F. Bell, E. H. Blanca, Joseph Bost, Rebecca
Barnes, T. A. Benjamin, Mary Blunt, Abram Boulware, Carrie











Boyer, Henry Brown, W. H. Bryant, Green Burwell, B. Jr.
Borzilleri, A. R. Brown, Mary J. Bryan, J. E. Bulkley, F. E.
Bozeman, Robert Brown Daniel Brown, W. T. Burton, Emma
Braden, Frances Brown, Eugene Bryant, Warren Burnett, David
Braxton, S. A. Brown, Susan Broward, J. P. Burnside, George
Bradley, Clothie Brown, O. P. Brown, J. T. Burst, F. M.
Bradley, J. B. Brown, L. D. Brock, G. W. Burgess, Robert
Brackington, Frank Brown, Ida Bryan, A. T. Burnett, Daniel
Bragassa, Lewis Brown, Anthony Brown, Mrs. O. L. Burroughs, C. F.
Branch, Lettie Brown, Abraham Britton, N. M. Burns, H. E.
Brazeil, Stephen Brown, Josephine Blenns, Rev. T. H. Burt, C. A.
Braden, R. Brown, George Burroughs, R. B. Burroughs, Edward
Brewer, C. D. Brown, M. I. Buchanan, G. L. Burroughs, L. T.
Brereton, Isaac Broady, William Buckman, H. 11. Burroughs, D. C.
Breadwell, M. 0. Broward, Montcalm Buck, F. E. Burroughs, Green
Bright, A. J. Brock, Mary L. Budwood, C. W. Burthin, Jacob
Brittan, G. M. Brookins. Maggie Bullman, Rebecca Burleigh, J. tR.
Brittan, N. N. Brooks, R. W. Burney, William Burnham, Alonzo
Brickwedel, Chas. Broome, G. R. Butler, Allen Burns, T. M.
Brock, Hattie Brubaker, W. P. Butler, T. E. Byrd, J. R.
Brown, Sarah Brunson, Mary E. Butler, Abraham Burgess, Edward
Brown, Charles Brush, Elizabeth Butts, G. H. Byrne, William
Brown, W. F. Brydson, Joseph Buck, Charlotte Byrne, T. J.



Catto, William Castello, E. A. Christopher, Malinda Christian, Henry
Catto, Mrs. William Carley, George Chapman, Eva Charles, Ella
Carr, Mrs. K. E. Cotton, R. M. Church, Rev. F. L. Cistern, Nellie
Carlisle, J. C. Cassidy, P. D. Champlain, Edward Claussen, G. A.
Cameron, iindsay Capers, David Cherry, S. W. Clarke, Thomas
Canova, Lawrence Carroll, W. H. Chaney, Spencer Clark, James
Campbell, D. C. Carlisle, Joseph Christopher, Elizabeth Clark, John
Campbell, A. B. Caston, Julius Charles, H.. J. Clark, C. C.
Canova Bros. Carns, J. N. Chase, John Clark, W. T.
Carter, Sarah Carter, Edward Chamblee, J. E. Clark, Hester
Carcovitch, John Carr, Eliza Chase, G. E. Clark, J. S.
Campbell, A. B. Castle, M. C. Chestnut, Effie Clark, Mrs. H. W.
Campbell, M. R. Caldwell, J. W. & Co. Chestnut, Charles Clarke, William
Calkoren, John Callahan, J. B. Choice, Isaac Clay, W. M.
Cashen, J. C. Carroll, Edward Childs, Lee Clark, Robert
Carr, Edward Challen, J. R. Chase, Laura Clark, Jamison
Campbell, Belle Chase, James Charity, Laura Clarke, Thomas
Caldwell, F. H. Christopher, John G. Chappell, L. G. Clark, Geo. W.
Capen, M. P. Church, J. W. Chapman, F. A. Cleveland, M. B.











Cleveland, E. E. Cooke, J. H. Cook, Alexander Crowd, Frank
Clements, James Corthran, Mary J. Cooke, H. 0. Crowley, John
Clark, W. F. Coffin, W. B. Cook, Fannie Croissant, Augustus
Clark, E. D. Collins, Tom Colly, Nathan Craig, J. T.
Cleaver, John Coleman, Anna Coffin, E. C. Crawford, William
Clinton, Alexander Coleman, Philip Cooper, Charles M. Craig, James
Cox, C. F. Consoneri, Antonio Collins, Joseph Craig, Andrew
Cohen, J. E. Cohen, M. R. Collins, Florence Craig, Robert
Corse, Montgomery Coleman, W. G. Coles, James Crawford, Frank
Cook, Edward Copp, Edgar Coleman, L. H. Crittenden, Grant
Cox, Evalina Congleton, J. H. Condon, James Crockett, Lee
Conyers, Jacob Cox, William Conrader, H. M. Cronyton, Lucy
Conroy, C. M. Cox, Robert Collier, A. C. Craig, M. B.
Conover, Lawrence Cook, Earl Cordin, Mrs. Charles Crowley, Fannie
Covington, Oliver Cook, Alice Cockrell, A. W. Curtis, Anna C.
Cooley, R. C. Cox, Richard Colcock, C. J. Cunningham, P. A.
Cooper, Mrs. J. E. Coffey, J. C. Coot, Grace Culpepper, Elizabeth
Coffee, C. C. Crolley, Eva Coroneas, Andrew Cummings, Morris
Connally, Marshall Crosby, J. H. Condon, James Cunningham, Samuel
Conroy, F. P. Croissant, D. T. Capers, Lena Cypress, Wilburn
Cooke, A. D. & Son Cox, Robert Cordner, William Cypias, Celia
Coleman, W. G. Couch, Anthony

Davis, Walter Davenport, Gertrude Delaporte, W. T. Doran, A. R.
Davis, Franklin Davidson, W. M. DeLancy, Mary Doggett, S. F.
Davis, James D'Autrey, Augusta Dean, C. L. Doggett, J. L.
Davis, Anna Darth, J. H. DeLyon, A. Dodson, Mrs. V. A.
Davis, Laura Dahn, Julia Dewson, Mrs. G. W. Dobbins, J. H.
Davidson, W. M. DaCosta, Jerome Dignan, P. A. Dobbins, A. N.
Dancy, J. M. Dawkins, Wiley T. Dixon, Sophia Doyle, John
Davis, Fannie DaCosta, C. W. Divine, M. J. Drew, Columbus
Davis, T. L. Dawson, Clara Dillworth, Eli Drew, W. B.
Davis, David DaCosta, H. B. Dillaway, Placide Driggs, J. S.
Davis, H. A. David ,George Dillard, Simms Dunn, W. A.
Davis, James Dennis, F. W. Darrell, William Dukes, G. H. C.
Davis, William Dennis, Elias Dobbins, Arthur Durkee, J. H.
Davis, W. H. Denson, W. M. Dorsett, 0. H. Duncan, Georgiana
Davis, Rebecca Denslow, Amos Doughtry, D. T. Dzialinski, G. I.
Davis, E. H. Derth, Frank Dozier, T. M. Duggan, J. J.
Dancy, W. McL. DeCourcey, Major Doiz, D. H. Dzialinski, M. A.
Dancy, A. M. Detleff, C. G. Douglass, James Drysdale, L. F.
Daniel, R. B. DeLyon, Alexander Douglass, W. W. Dyson, R. E.
Daniel, B. R. Denham, T. P Dozier, Mildred Duncan, Charles
Dasher, Robert DeCottes, G. R. Dozer, Catherine Dudley, Annie
Daniel, Emil I. DeMartin & Thompson Downs, W. T. Dunn, J. T.
,Daniels, R. B.











Eagan, Dennis, P. M. Elmore, A. E. Emery, L. C. Essex, Edward
Eaton & Grivot Elmore, Grace Emery, M. C. Escott, C. S.
Ecker, E. E. Elliott, Rev. J. T. English, Squire Everett Richard
Edwards, Joseph Eldredge Alexander Ennies Alexander Everett, B. F
Eels, Mary Elledge, Amanda English, Daniel Evelan, Joseph
Etnar, J. T. Elson, Henry Eppes, T. J. Ewing, Mrs. E. M
Etheridge, W. P. Embrey & Pratt Ervin, David Ewart, Henry
Frierson, L. G. Emlyn, W. N. Erickson, Ada Eyles, H. H.
Einig, John Emmerson, Edward Eshe, Edward


Fairhead, J. S. Fleming, G. H. Floyd, George Ferriera, J. R.
Farnham, C. L. Fleming, G. W. Ford, John Fildes, C L.
Farnell, Luther Fletcher, D. N. Forrest, William Findley, Eva
Farnell, H. L. Flood, S. Fozzard, Harry Fisher, Irene
airchild, H. C. Forrest, William Ford, Nelson Frank ,John
Fallett, Mrs. S. K. Ford, John Foster, George Frank, W. H.
Farwell, F. A. Fozzard, Harry Foster, G. R. Jr. Frank, W. J.
Farrow, J. H. Fox, William Foster, S. E. Frank H. J.
Faulk, L. W. Ford, Nelson Foster, Kirby Frank David
Farrell, John Frazier, J. F Foster, Mercy A. Franklin, Benjamin
Fernande ,J. D. Frazier, J. E. Foster, Simon Franklin, James
Ferriera, J. R. Fletcher, John Foster, Elizabeth Franklin, Selina
Ferratee, Israel Fletcher, D. N. Fowler, H. L. Francis, John
Filler, Wyatt Fleming, F. C. Fox, Samuel W. Frompton, J. E.
Finley, argaret Fleming, S. Seton Frazier, J. F. Freeman, Jeremiah
Fenti, Ea Fleming, Mrs. Mary Frazier, J. E. Freeland Cecelia
Fiernstein, J. M. Floyd, Stephen Frazier, Joseph Freeske, A. C.
Fildes, C. L. Floyd, Beatrice Frazier, F.M. Fridenberg, H. P.
Fisher, Irene Flood, S. F. Frazier, Louisa Fuller, M. A.
Fisher, Thomnie A. Floyd, Alexander Frazier, W. W. Fulton C,easar
Fihel, STomas Floyd, C. E. Frazier, Nellie Fulfert, Robert
Field, Wusan loyd, Ida Frazier, D. P. Furchgott, Leopold


Gadsden, Frederick Gartner, J. H. Garvin, C. E. Gee, J. H.
Gaineston, Gardner, J. F. Gaskin, Needham Geiger, J. G.
Gaines, O. Garvin, James H. Gately, M. F. Genovar, Sebastian
Gandy, EA. Gary, John Gates, H. H. Genovar, H. H.
Ganeray, Elctoria Garvin, G. J. T. Gay, Mary V. George, Peter
ner, victoria Garcia, George Gay, J. H. Gerkes, Miranda











Gerard, Mrs. C. B. Googe, J. G. Green, Maria F. Green, Harrison
Gerow, W. C. Goodin, J. H. Grant, T. H. Greer, Charlotte
Gibbons, Palmer Goodell, H. C. Grant, J. M. Grether, J. D. & R. D.
Gibbons, T. D. Gooldsberry, S. S. Grant, Rev. Jeffrey Grierson, G. W.
Gillen, C. C. Goodwin, Annie Graves, S. D. Griffus, J. H.
Gillen, S. J. Goodbread, Bennett Gray, Rebecca Griffin, L. B.
Gill, Basil Gonzalez, Emanuel Gregory, L. C. Griffin, Rebecca
Gillislee, Daniel Gonzalez, Mrs. Eva Green, G. W. Griffiths, Annie
Gilbert, G. P. Gonzales, Sarah Green, L. H. Grimes, J. W.
Gilbert, F. E. Golden, Joseph Green, S. C. Grimm, Anton
Girardeau, Wesley Gordon, Samuel Green, Alice Groover, E. A.
Girardeau, Frank (Gould, Charles Green, Jonas Grunthal, Rudolph
Gladden, B. L. (raddicks, William Green, C. C. Guill, W. A.
Glascom, Lottie Grant, B. Green, Isaac Gyler, Thomas
Glover, A. J. Grant, W. B. Green, William Green, Roxana
Glover, William A.


Hicks Dora Hughes, Julia Hendricks, T. R. Hill, Miss Kate
Hoy, H. B. Hulick, C. Y. Hernandez, J. L. Hills, Mary
Holland, Hugh Hubbard, S. B. Henry, Samuel Hine, J. P.
Hopkins, Frank Hunter, Camilla Hess, G. A. Hicks, Dan
Hopkins, Jesse Holgerson, Alexander Heyder, G. H. & Bro. Hicks, Jeremiah
Hoskins, W. H. Howze J. W. Hernandez, T. T. Hicks, R. L.
Hopkins, Benjamin H. Hobson, Rev. W. A. Hester, E. A. Higgins, Christopher
Hoge, J. M. Holmes, G. O. Henry, George Hitchcock, S. D.
Howard, Lloyd Higgins, J. W. Hernandez, J. A. Hillditch, Thomas
Holmes, Mrs. S. M. Hartwig, H. C. Henderson, Emma Higginbotham, L. B.
Horton, Carrie Hay, Miss Eugene Hearn, Wesley, Jr. Hitchcock, S. D.
Hodges, J. W. Hatcher, T. K. Herrault, Pierce Harrigan, Anna
Hollingsworth, Mack Haskell, F. L. Hester, John Hanks, Johnson
Holloman, J. A. Harrison, Beatrice Herth, Anna Hallowes, J. M.
Holmes, William Hampton, Frederick Henby, Robert Harrison, S. C.
Holling, William Haward, F. H. Herring, Mattie Harkisheimer. Rev. W. J.
Howard, F. K. Haynes, Eustis Herndon, S. P. Hatter. W. B.
Holmes, G. A. Hartridge, John E. Henderson, Mary Hart, Sylvanus
Horn, A. H. Hardee, E. C. Hertz, Josephine Hammill, T. J.
Howell, Cornell Harris, C. G. Heffron, F. F. Harrison, Emma
Hop, Wah Hawthorne, H. D. Heppard, V. P. Harney, Joseph
Houston, C. Hawkins, Walter G. Henley, J. A. Haygood, Mamie A.
Hoyt, A. B. Hall, G. J. Herbert, H. C. Harrison. J. 0.
Hunt, M. E. Healey, James Hernandez, E. D. Harper, Mrs. L.
Hunt, Mrs. E. L. Hendengren, A. Hearns, A. J. Harris, Frank
Hudson, F. M. Heffron, Frank nernandez, D. B. Harkisheimer, H. E.
Hull, N. A. Hernandez, E. C. Hedrick, A. J. Hardin, I. H.
Huau, J. A. Herzog, Louis Hill, T. W. Hall, Carrie












Halloway, G. W. Hampton, Robert Hart, G. P. Halle, P.
Hatter, M. A. Hazourg, Adella Harris, Robert Hart, G. P.
Hedengren, Alexander Hay, Walter Hawkins, Jacob Hart, Henry
Herrera, C. H. Hall, F. L. Harrison, Lee Hall, Frances
Herkimer, Alock Harey, Harris Harris, William Hayes, W. H.
Hankins, Mrs. M. A. Hamilton, J. R. G. Harrison, Kate Haines Bros.
Hadley, Mamie Harrison, R. M. Hagood, F. P. Hart, William
Halsema, J. C. Harper, Calvin Hayes, Fannie Hayes, Catherine
Halle, W. K. Hayward, W. L. Harris, Mrs. Willie Hayes, Ophelia
Hall, James Hampton, Ella Harrell, Sarah Hall, Anthony
Hansworth, Rose Hayes, James Harris, William Haynes, Lawrence
Hatem, A. S.
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Ingram, C. W. Irving, George Itzen, W. HI. Ingram, J. W.
Ingram, William Irving, Eliza Ivers, W. F. Irwin, E. S.
Irons, W. C. Isles, Ellen Ivers, J. E. Irwin, Dr. J. L.
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Jackson, G. W. Jenkins, Rev. A. E. Johnston, Fannie C. Jones, Mary M.
Jackson, J. L. Jenkins, C. J. Johnson, Sophie Jones, Lulu
Jackson, L. J. Jenkins, Charles Johnson, Della Jones, C. E.
Jackson, T. J. Johnson, Isaac Johnson, Francis Jones, William
Jackson, Mary Johnson, M. J. Johnson, Mamie Jones, Robert
Jackson, Lena Johnson, John Jones, S. S. Jones, Mary
Jackson, Laura Johnson, James Jones, Julia Jones, James
Jackson, Brice Johnson, M. D. Jones, M. T. Jones, Virginia
Jackson, Alexander Johnson, Cornelius Jones, Mamie Jones, Sadie
Jackson, Susan Johnson, D. R. Jones, W. T. Jones, F. M.
James, Theresa Johnson, Glen Jones, H. T. Jones, S. C.
James, Charles Johnson, Rachel Jones, J. W. Jones, E. T.
Jameson, W. L. Johnson, Andrew Jones, 0. T. Jones, H. 0.
Jameson, G. W. Johnson, G. E. Jones, Lillie Jones, Aibert
James, A. C. Johnson, Horace Jones Samuel Jordan, J. L.
Jacobs, J. L. Johnson, Henry Jones, Frank Jordan, M. J.
Jarvis, Manda Johnson, G. C. Jones, Mrs. Caroline Jordan, Donald
Jacquan, Augusta Johnson, C. W. Jones, Susan Jordan, Mary A.
Jefferson, William Johnson, Eveline Jones, Anna Joyner, Claude
Jenkins, Austin Johnson, Lula Jones, Rosa

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Kann, Frederick Kairson, F. W. Kee, Wo Keefe, J. II.
Kahn, Leopold Kaufman, Julius Kee, Sam Keefe, John










Keen, Emily Keninson, Arthur King, Lizzie Knight, Raymond D.
Kenny, Rev. W. J. Keppler, J. H. King, Mamie Knight, E. H.
Kell, Mrs. Jennie Kerrison, Davenport Kinne, C. W. Knight, John
Keller, Hattie Key, Soon Kingston, Thomas Knight, Gamaliel
Kelly, Anna M. Key, David Kitchen, V. E. Knight, Anna
Keeney, I. T. King, A. H. Kimball, E. A. Kuykendall, James
Kennedy, Mrs. Person King, Frank Kirby, J. P. Kornahren, Mrs. A. F.
Kenton, Joseph King, Owen King, Robert Kornahrens, J. L.
Kenton, Joseph M. Kiner, Caneh Kirk, J. D. Krantz, Emma
Kennedy, Francis King, Morris Kirk, J. E. Kruer, H. J.
Kennedy, Mary King, Richard Knabe, G. J. Kunsley, Charlotte
Kendree, Archibald King, Moses


Land, Catherine Lee, Sam Lewis, Frank Long, Rufus
Lane, R. P. Lee, Susan Lewis, T. HI. Long, Ellie
Land, A. F. Lee, G. G. Liell, Dr. E. N. Long, E. T.
Lane, J. F. Lee, Benjamin Lindholm, J. W. Longman, W. J.
Lancaster, Thomas Lee, Nelson Lipscombe, Jesse Lott, Samuel
La Rose, Theodore Lee, Hing Little Bros. Love, H. H.
Larkins, Isaac Lee, Jim Livers, William Lovell, Edward
Law, William Ledwith, T. A. Livy, H. W. Lovett, Mrs. Emma
Lawson, Thomas Leen, Green Livingston, Winifred Lovett, Joseph
Leake, W. B. Leigh, W. C. Livingston, C. 0. Lowe, Mrs. B. M.
Lederer, A. J. Learned, G. B. Livingston, J. H. Lucas, W. H.
L'Engle, Jno. C. Leidy, Julius Livingston, If. G. Lucas, Margaret
L'Engle, Porcher Leite, R. J. Livingood, Ida Lukes, Susan
Lee, Edward Lenhart, Mamie Locke, E. 0. Lund, T. W.
Lee, E. S. Levy, Joseph Locke, J. W. Lutz, Annie
Lee, J.E. Lewis, G. A. London, Roxie Luster, Daisy
Lee, Yee Lewis, John Lofton, G. A. Lyons, N. D.
Lee, N. B.


Mabbett, Horace Mahler, Edward Marston, J. H. Marvin, Azar
Macduff, W. A. Malphus, J. N. Marshall, William Marvin, William
Mace, Laura Manier, B. F. Marshall, J. W. Mason, Mary
Mack, Simon Manson, C. J. Marshal, F. F. Mason, J. B.
Mack, Carrie Manucy, Mrs. Malos Martino, Joseph Mathews, T. S.
Mackay, George Manucy, P. J. Martz, J. C. Mathews, Sarah
Macomber, Calvis Manucy, Mrs. C. M. Martin, Leland Matthews, F. E.
Macdonald, M. G. Marcovitz, Max Martin, Joseph Matthews, Romeo
Maddox, R. M. Marrable, John Martin, Rebecca Matthews, Grant
Magill, John Marsden, W. R. Martinez, M. P. Matthews, Dr. Geo. C.
Magloris, Basil Marsh, Mrs. Hattie Marvin, Chas. Maxey, Mrs. L. J.











Maxweyy, J. S. McClellan, J. F. McNeill, A. C. Morris, S. A.
Mays, G. H. McClintock, Rosa J. McNerny, Ella B. Morris, Alexander
Mayor, William McClorey, Charles McNulty, W. T. Montgomery, H. L.
Mickins, J. B. McCloyne, Charles McPherson, Mrs. S. Montgomery, L. P.
Middleton, Dora McClure, A. E. McQueen, Wallace Morris, Hattie
Mike, George McCoy, J. E. McRae, G. F. Morris, Samuel
Miller, E. C. McCormick, Mrs. Jane McTaylor, William Morrison, Mrs.E.
Miller, F. C. McCottery, S. A. McTimmons, W. J. Moody, Nelson
Miller, S. E. McCutcheon, Prince Mead, V. C. Moore, J. D.
Miller, G. W. McDeWitt, William Meier, Jacob Msore, Clara M.
Miller, Eliza MacDonald, Rev. A. M. Meigs, Arthur Moore, Rosa
Miller, Lena McDonald, Mrs. M. L. Meister, H. A. Moore, Mary N.
Miller, John McDonnell. J. T. Melton, S. H. Moran, G. E.
Miller, Samuel McDonnell, B. B. Menager, Victoria A. Morant, Jeanette
Miller, Mrs. Laura MacDonnell, T. A. Menzies, John Morton, Frank
Mills, S. W. McEachern, H. A. Merritt, J. D. Mortz, Charles
Milton, John McFarland, S. A. Merritt, Mather Moses, I. L.
Mira, Frank McFirst, Daniel Merrill, G. T. Mosely, C. H.
Mitchell, L. A. McGee, William Merrill, A. R. Moss, Henry
Mitchell, J. L. McGinnis, Ella Meyers, W. A. Muckenfuss, M. D.
Mitchell, C. S. McIver, J. R. Meyer, Wilhelm Muller, Gustave
Mitchell, Ella McIntosh, Robert Meyerson, Max Muller, J. B.
Mitchell, Anna McKay, F. J. Mobley, Rosha Mulholland, J. C.
Mitchell, Mary McKay, M. G. Mocia, Peter Munroe, E. L.
Mitchell, Polly McKenney, G. P. Molinero, F. Munnings, Austin
Mitchell, Grace McKeever, Jefferson Monroe, Augustus Munoz, J. I.
Mitchell, Charity McKenzie, Robert Monroe, Adeline Munroe, Ada
Mitchell, Gilbert McKenzie, William Mooney, C. A. Murray, Annie
Mitchell, Edward McKinley, O. M. Mooney, Thomas Murray, J. J.
Mizell, Wm. C. McKinley, Jilson Moody, Louis Murray, Olivia
McAlister, J. McLaren, Mrs. Alpha Moran, William Murray, Rebecca
McCall, Mamie .McLaughlin, Richard Morean, C. M. Murphy, J. G.
McCadper C. McLean, Joseph Morgan, Charles Murphy, Timothy
McCann, Johanna A. McLean, Lillie F. Morley, A. J. Murphy, J. T.
McCarly, Mack McMillan, H. R. Morris, Jacob Myers, Henry
McCallum, -rchibald McNamar, W. D.

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Napier, G. H. Neil, Alice Newsom, Mary Nolan, E. M.
Nathan, Dora Nelson, John Nichols, B. W. Nolan, Hon. G. M.
Naumburg, Julius Nelson, Anna Nichols, F. 0. Nooney, F. T.
Naylor, Ernest Nero, Ida Nicholas, Benjamin Norton, J. H. & Co.
Neal, Nancy Newman, 0. J. Niles, J. K. Norman, William











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O'Quinn, J. I. Orsinsky, Alexander Ormrad, Mrs. Constance Oak, C. H.
O'Neal, A. P. Orsinsky, Morris O'Toole, W. G. O'Neil, J. J.
Opdyke, Jay Olson, John Onley, N. B. Ochus, Elizabeth
Orsinsky, Philip Opdike, F. N. Owens, Edward Orzan, Tom
Ortagus, Mrs. Georgia Olney, J. E. O'Neil, Cora P. Osborn, John
Ortagus, Charles O'Neil, W. I. O'Toole, Julia O'Connell, Daniel
Owen, J. T. Opdike, F. W.


Pacetti, S. J. Pells, Eliza Pinker, J. IT. Pope, Theresa
lPacetti, Mrs. A. M. Pellerin, Mrs. S. G. Pingree, William Pope, Ollie
Packet, Thomas Permenter, J. '. Pinkney, Joseph Pope, Frank W.
Page, John Perronean, S. A. Pickett, W. H. Powell, G. M.
tPalmer, Charles Percival, Mrs. N. Pickett, Smith D. Powell, Alice
Parrott, J. Peer, F. 1). Pillars, C. A. Powell, Mrs. I. G.
Parkhill, Geo. W. Perry, P. C. Pillsbury, J. R. Power, W. J.
Parsons, F. E. Perry David Platte, Herman Powers, Stephen
Parsons G.F. Perry, I. T. Pleasant, Charles Powers, J. A.
Parsons, W. G. Perry Samuel Plowden, Edgar Powers, R. D.
Parish, Jennie Perkins, Mary E. Ponce, J. G. Preston, J. A.
Paschal, R. x. Perkins, C. A. Ponce, Agnes V. Price, H. C.
Patterson, Susan Perkins, Julia Pond, A. M. Price, F. HI.
Parker, Frances Perkins, Charles Pons, C. F. Price, Esther
Patterson, Rev. J. P. Perry, Lettie Pons, F. J. Pride, Ola
Patterson, W. D. Peters, J. W. Porter, W. T. Pride, G. R.
PIayne, Sarah Peters, J. W. C. Porter, W. Price, Joseph
Payne, Agnes Peterson, J. A. Porter, J. R. Prime, M. W.
Payne, Mary Peterson, W. R. Porter, L. L. Primus, Felicia
Payne, H. R. Peterson, Peter Porter, Henry Prince, R. L.
Payne, John Phillips, Charlotte Porter, Jefferson Proctor, M. E.
Peacock, Josephine Phillips, G. A. Post, E. C. Pryor, Samuel
Pease, G. C. Phillips, H. B. Pollack, M. S. Pryor, Mrs. Rhoda
Pearson, Henry Pierce, J. A. Pollard, R. M.
Pedis, Anna Pearce, Chas. G. Poindexter, W. T. Quinn, J. L.
Pelot John Pierce, Chas.. J.


Racket, Howard Randall, Albert Redman, Mary Reed, J. V.
Rahn, Rev. S. S. Randall, Annie Redding, Ida Reed, Ella
Rahne, Fannie Randall, Edmond Redding, Theodore Reed, Frederick
Rame, Charles Ransom, C. M. Redman, Adelia Reed, Sherman
Ramie, J. S. Rayford, Mary Redrigas, Edward Reid, James
Ramsey, William Read, A. H. Reed, H. G. Reger, Mrs. G. C.












Rennolds, E. H. Robinson, J. M. Romero, E. A. Ridge, G. M.
Rempton, George Robinson, F. S. Roulack, Benjamin Richards, Wade
Rembert, Thomas Robinson, Peter Rorobeck, R. C. Richardson, Anderson
Reynolds, G. R. Robinson, Moses Rose, Enoch Richardson, Bainbridge
Reese. R. R. Robinson, William Rose, Nettie C. Richardson, Claude
Roach, Indiana Robinson, Henry Roseborough, R. R. Richardson, Emma
Roane, Rebecca Robinson, Frank Rosenwanger, Augustus Richardson, H. H.
Roachard, Gabrielle Robinson, Hattie Ross, R. G. Richardson, Sears
Roberts, Lydia F. Robinson, Mary Rosseau, Nathaniel Richardson, W. H.
Roberts, William Robinson, Carrie Rouse, F. C. Richardson, Winifred
Roberts, S. D. Robinson, Mary J. Roundree, Julia Ridgedell, Charles
Roberts, L.M. Robertson, C. C. Roux, F. A. Rhinehart, C. D.
Roberts, Rev. J. D. Robertson, R. R. Rowton, W. H. Rhodes, John
Robertson, C. Robertson, Joseph Ruffin, W. R. Rhodes, Lawrence
Robbins, W. E. Robertson, Mrs. E. E. Rudolph, J. A. Riles, R. J.
Robinson, H. F. Roehl, Lulu Russell, R. A. Riley, L. K.
Robinson, C. H. Rogers, E. J. Rutledge, William Riles, Cora
Robinson, W. HI. Rogers, Mary Ryan,. John Ritter, W. R.
Robinson, S. D. Rollins, Henry Rice, Francis Ritzewoller, Clarissa
Robinson, J. F. Romero, J. L. Rich, C. T. Rivas, Emma



Sabel, E. T. Scott, Melton Simmons, H. H. Smith, Jackson
Sabel, Michael Scott, Ida Simmons, J. E. Smith, R. H.
Sabel, Alexander Scott, A. M. Singleton, Margaret Smith, F. E.
Saint Julianxde Caradena Seabrooke, Paul Singleton, Laura Smith, Joseph
Sanderson, R. C. Sgii. Louis Simmons, Ann Smith, Emma
Sanderson, E. M. Sessions, Thomas Simmons, Joseph Smith, Rosa
Sanders, G. W. Seibmorgen, Henry Simmons, George Smith, Walter
Santer, John Sewell, V. D. Simmons, Annie Smith, Carrie
Samms, Joseph Shad Bros. Simmons, Washington Smith F. R.
Sampson, F. W. Sharp, Anna Simonton, William Smith, C. W.
Sapy, Michael Shaylor, S. T. Silbes, John Smith, John
Sawyer, N. D. A. Sheftall, Leroy Simco, S. R. Smith, J. IH.
Schurmar, Nathan Sheppard, A. G. Sing, Yet Smith, A. T.
Schulenberg, J. F. C. Shields, Rev. V. W., D. D. Sing, Jie Smith, Alice
Schulenburg, Henry Shine W. H. Skelton, Mrs. G. L. Smith, J. S.
Schneider, Gertrude Shuman, E. O. Sligh, S. P. Smith, Dr. A. W.
Schneider, Mary Simkin, R. G. Smart, W. L. Smith, John
Schwab, Meyer Simkins, Peter Smith, Jerre S. Smith, Boston
Schwab, M. Simpson, Robert Smith, A. T. Small, Susie
Scott, John Simms, R. W. Smith, Anna Smiler, W. S.
Scott, Hadley Sims, J. W. Smith, L. S. Sneed, J. N.
Scott, C. C. Simms, Elizabeth Smith, L. C. Snyder, Alice
Scott, Ella Simms, John Smith, James Sollee, F. C.











Sormon, Mamie E. Stowe, C. M. Hunter, W. F. Small, Josephine
Spratt, C. B. Stewart, J. Slorah, J. C. Simmons, Isabella
Spruill, W. E. Stewart, Stella Stoval, Rose Sadler, G. W.
Spruil, Rosa A. Stewart, Mary Sumner, W. P. Sheed, Thomas
Spiller, R. F. Steed, H. T. Summers, C. H. Snyder, Mary
Speter, Anton Stevens, Polly Summerall, Laura J. Santo, Mrs. Laura
Spink, A. A. Stevens, Sarah Stewart, W. H. Stockton, T. T.
Spratt, J. W. Stevens, H. L. Susan, Petty Shaylor, S. T.
Sparhawk, Eliza S. Stevens, William Suskino, E. Scott, John
Spearing, George Stafford, Miss Ida Swearingen, J. D. Scott, R. B.
St. Clair-Abrams, Alex Stack, Nancy Sweetman, Mary Slattery. M. J.
Stripling, Joseph M. Stein, Lorenzo Swearingen, J. D. Seabrook, Washington
Stockton, J. D. Stewart, Jane Swearingen, Peter Stokes, Sherrold
Stephens, J. H. Starke, Fannie Swift, William Sharp, E. B.
Stein, G. R. Stark, Belle Spencer, E. S. Simons, G. A.
Stein, L. Stoddard, A. C. Solomon, Gustave Smith, C. B.
Stein, Valentine Stringfellow, T. B. Sanderson, P. C. Stout, H. R.
Strickland, A. J. Strickland, A. C. Solary, A. Jr. Smith, J. F.
Stringer, Mrs. A. E. Story, F. J. Smith, Mrs. Hannah



Tarver, B. G. Thigpen, Lee Thomson, Mrs. L. P. Tryon, Joseph
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