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Image from page 92 of "The North Carolina booklet : great events in North Carolina history" (1901)

Identifier: northcarolinaboo1905nort

Title: The North Carolina booklet : great events in North Carolina history

Year: 1901 (1900s)

Authors: North Carolina Society of the Daughters of the Revolution


Publisher: [Raleigh : North Carolina Society of the Daughters of the Revolution]

Contributing Library: State Library of North Carolina, Government & Heritage Library

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a-bama and is a Civil and Mining Engineer in that State. Johnson J. Hooper, author of Simon Suggs and Secretaryof the Confederate Provisional Congress, who died in Rich-mond, Va., in June, 1862, left two children, William andAdolphus, both of whom met tragic deaths. William wasin the Confederate Army, and after the war studied andpracticed law at Aberdeen, Mississippi. He was a youngman of the highest character and brilliant promise. He wasshot down in the court-house at Aberdeen in 1875, and was THE NORTH CAEOLINA BOOKLET. 71 survived by a widow, two sons and a daughter. Adolphuswas too young to enter the army. He also was a man of tal-ent and lovable qualities, was successful in business andalways had the confidence^ rf those who knew him. He waskilled in JSTew Orleans about 1895, by a railroad train.There were several side tracks at the place where he wasstanding, two trains were passing at the same time, and instepping back to avoid one he was struck by the other. Hewas immarried.


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MONUMENT AT GUILFORD BATTLE GROUND Vol. V. OCTOBER, 1905 No. 2 TTHB NORTH CAROLINA BOOKLET Carolina ! Carolina ! Heavens Blessings Attend Her !While We Live We Will Cherish, Protect and DefeiVd Her. PUBLISHED BY THE NORTH CAROLINA SOCIETY DAUGHTERS OF THE REVOLUTION. The object of the Booklet is to aid in developing and preservingNorth Carolina History. The proceeds arising from its publicationwill be devoted to patriotic purposes. Editors. , •/ Officers of The North Carolina SocietyDaughters of the Revolution, 1903-1905: regent:MRS. THOMAS K. BRITNER. yice-regent:MRS, WALTER CLARK. HONORARY REGENTSt MRS. SPIER WHITAKER, {Nee Hooper), MRS. D. H. HILL, Sr.* secretary:MRS. E. E. MOFFITT. treasurer:MRS. FRANK SHERWOOD. registrar:MRS. ED. CHAMBERS SMITH. Founder op the North Carolina Society and Regent 1896-1902;MRS. SPIER WHITAKER. Regent 1902:MRS. D. H. HILL, Sr. *Died December 12, 1904.



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