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Primitive Baptist leader & for 50 years editor of Zion's Landmark. Office & home was 1/2 blk. NE.
Baptist. Founded 1756. Was moved 3 1/2 miles west in 1803. Early church site and graveyard are 350 yards south.
U.S. minister to Liberia, 1898-1902; born into slavery. Pastor, St. John A.M.E. Zion Church in Wilson. Lived 1/10 mi. N.
Confederate. Headed by Dr. S. S. Satchwell in building of the Wilson Female Seminary, which was chartered in 1859. Stood 1 1/2 blocks S.E.
Dedicated To All The Men AndWomen In All WarsCombat Wounded VeteransMy stone is red forthe blood they shed.The medal I bearis my country's wayto show they care.If I could be seenby all mankindmaybe peace willcome in my lifetime.
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Justice of N.C. Supreme Court; Federal District Judge; state legislator. Grave is 3.5 mi. west.
Manufacturer of farm & delivery wagons; est. 1903. Peak production was 15,000 per year. Factory was 1/4 mi. NE.
Here Lt. Col. Tarleton's British dragoons and Colonel James Gorham's militia engaged in a skirmish, May, 1781.
Confederate Major- General. Mortally wounded at Gettysburg. His birthplace stood 1.4 miles north.