Reflector Index, 1902-1903




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Reflector Index, 1902-1903

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Abbreviations: E.R. = Eastern Reflector

ABSTRACT

NEWSPAPER

DATE

For sale, James B. McGowan’s land

D.R.

1 January 1902

Stores in Greenville: Baker and Hart, Dr. E.A. Moye and C. O’Hagan Laughinghouse, Dr. R.L. Carr, J.S. Mooring and Fleming and W.H. White, J.Z. Gardner on Fifth Street, H.L. Carr, W.B. Brown, J.B. Higgs, J.B. Randolph, U.G. Tyson 

D.R.

1 January 1902

Mrs. J.H. Fleming, sister of Miss Deborah Fleming

D.R.

1 January 1902

Dr. Moye, co-partnership 

D.R.

1 January 1902

About C.M. Jones

D.R.

1 January 1902

About Z.V. Johnson

D.R.

1-2 January 1902

W.R. Whichard and brother dissolve firm

D.R.

2 January 1902

Fin de Ciecle Book Club

D.R.

2 January 1902

H.C. Ormond moved to Cary

D.R.

2 January 1902

W.G. Lang, new home in Farmville

D.R.

2 January 1902

Married, Dr. Ira Hardy

D.R.

2 January 1902

About Gus Bowers and Leslie Newton

D.R.

2 January 1902

Mrs. J.A. Wooten family

D.R.

2 January 1902

Titus Allen shot son of Joe Moye

D.R.

3 January 1902

About stores in Greenville

E.R.

3 January 1902

Grifton stores

E.R.

3/7 January 1902

Mimmie Evans, age 25, of Grifton, committed suicide

E.R.

3 January 1902

J.S. Campbell moved to Louisburg 

D.R.

3 January 1902

J.T. Matthews’ house on Greene and Fourth streets had a fire

D.R.

4 January 1902

About Felix Pittman

D.R.

4 January 1902

S.W. Dawson of Grifton, brother of George Dawson of Conetoe

D.R.

4 January 1902

Alice Speir opened Cobb Hotel in Grifton

D.R.

4 January 1902

E.J. Brooks moved to Grifton

D.R.

4 January 1902

Fire horse needed

D.R.

4 January 1902

Mrs. Perkins, lace making lessons

D.R.

4 January 1902

Mrs. G.B. Hughes’ school

D.R.

4 January 1902

Death of Ben Dancy, Negro 

D.R.

5 January 1902

Sunday school officers for all churches 

D.R.

6 January 1902

About L. Berry Thigpen of Nashville, Tennessee

D.R.

6 January 1902

Luke Smallwood moved to Greenville from Bertie County

D.R.

6 January 1902

Robert Proctor, Grant Tyson, Adrian McGowan, went to Buis Creek for school

D.R.

6 January 1902

Maud Tyson of Falkland went to Littleton Female College

D.R.

6 January 1902

Ed Moore opened a gun and bicycle repair shop in Harrington building on Fourth Street 

D.R.

7 January 1902

Hotel Bertha sewer choked again

D.R.

7 January 1902

J.B. Higgs’ broker’s office

D.R.

7 January 1902

Simon Moye moved to Greenville

D.R.

7 January 1902

Grimesland fire

D.R.

8 January 1902

Reverend A.D. Betts in Greenville

D.R.

8 January 1902

J.B. Carroll, brother of Reverend R.D. Carroll of Elizabeth City

D.R.

8 January 1902

Josephus Cox moved to Winterville

D.R.

8 January 1902

W.R. Parker of Greenville, father of Tom Hill Parker of Farmville

D.R.

9 January 1902

W. Leslie Smith of Farmville went to Debnam Kinsey School, LaGrange

D.R.

9 January 1902

Elder J.T. Phillips married

D.R.

9 January 1902

E.B. Higgs moved to his new residence west of the depot

D.R.

9 January 1902

For sale: Cuthrell house, Third Street

D.R.

9 January 1902

Grimesland fire

E.R.

10 January 1902

Broker’s office of J.B. Higgs

E.R.

10 January 1902

Ed Moore has opened a gun and bicycle repair shop in the Harrington building on Fourth Street

E.R.

10 January 1902

J.L. Fleming house being built

E.R.

10 January 1902

Robert Proctor, Grant Tyson, Adrian McGowan, attended Buies Creek School

E.R.

10 January 1902

R.C. White, Argall Vick, Walter Wilson Jr. attended Horners’ School at Oxford, North Carolina

E.R.

10 January 1902

Simon Moye moved to Greenville; he is in the lumber and wood business

E.R.

10 January 1902

 

 

 

Mayo family of Bethel 

D.R.

10 January 1902

Mrs. W.J. Whitehurst moved to Greenville

D.R.

10 January 1902

Opera House

D.R.

9 January 1902

Bridge at Boyds Ferry

D.R.

9 January 1902

Death of Captain H.F. Price

D.R.

10/11 January 1902

Death of F.G. Moore, age 40, brother of W.E. Moore

D.R.

10 January 1902

L.H. Rountree moved to Greenville

D.R.

10 January 1902

Death of Miss Sue Harper

D.R.

11/14 January 1902

Pitt County Machine Works, Gardner and Vaus, ad

D.R.

11 January 1902

W.O. Barnhill Company

D.R.

11 January 1902

Death, child of W.H. Warren of Mildred

D.R.

11 January 1902

Johnsons Schoolhouse, Littlefield

D.R.

11 January 1902

J.P. Hillard moved to Greenville

D.R.

13 January 1902

M.H. Jackson moved to Washington County

D.R.

13 January 1902

Death, child of Johnnie Gaskins

E.R.

14 January 1902

Death of Captain H.F. Price

E.R.

14 January 1902

Mrs. Alfred McLawhorn burned

E.R.

14 January 1902

E.B. Higgs moved into new house

E.R.

14 January 1902

A new building is going up on the corner lot on Second Street

E.R.

14 January 1902

Death of F.G. Moore, age 40, died at home of his brother W.E. Moore, buried at family burial ground near GrindleCreek

E.R.

14 January 1902

L.H. Rountree moved from Ayden to Greenville

E.R.

14 January 1902

Mrs. M.F. Smith moved to Ayden from Rockdale

D.R.

14 January 1902

Ayden stores

D.R.

14 January 1902

Baker and Hart store

D.R.

14 January 1902

Death, sister of W.G. Bryanof Bethel

D.R.

15 January 1902

About Walter Grimes of Avon Plantation

D.R.

15 January 1902

Davis Town post office started

D.R.

15 January 1902

Slot machines in Greenville

D.R.

15/20-21 January, 7 February 1902

About Grimesland

D.R.

16 January 1902

Langley schoolhouse burned

D.R.

16 January 1902

R.W. King reception

D.R.

16 January 1902

Odd & unusual: $500.00 bill for train

D.R.

16 January 1902

F.L. Brown moved to Bethel 

D.R.

16 January 1902

Greenville Steam Laundry

D.R.

16/27 January 1902

About Reverend J.T. Phillips of Farmville, rowdy man

D.R.

16 January 1902

Grifton store

E.R.

17 January 1902

Post office established at Davistown, on East Carolina Railroad, J.A. Davis, post- master

E.R.

17 January 1902

Bethel lots for sale

E.R.

17 January 1902

About war against slot machines in Greenville

E.R.

17/24 January 1902

Ayden stores

E.R.

17 January 1902

Death in Blackjack of Miss Susie Harper, old

E.R.

17 January 1902

Death of W.M. Brown, age 37

D.R.

18 January 1902

Samuel Manning moved to Winterville 

D.R.

18 January 1902

E.E. Griffin, new home on Third Street

D.R.

18 January 1902

Greenville Light Infantry officers

D.R.

18 January 1902

A.A. Forbes, fire

D.R.

19 January 1902

Wife of W.G. Wichard CSA died, age 81

D.R.

21 January 1902

W.G. Garriss moved to Grifton 

D.R.

21 January 1902

Reception by King family

E.R.

21 January 1902

Death of John Sylivant near Hookerton, on January 14, age 65, father of Mrs. W.H. White of Greenville

E.R.

21 January 1902

Langley schoolhouse burned, four miles north of Greenville

E.R.

21 January 1902

Officers of light infantry

E.R.

21 January 1902

Death of W.M. Brown age 37, married to Nana Fleming

E.R.

21 January 1902

Grifton Telephone

D.R.

21 January 1902

Dwelling of A.A. Forbes in West Greenville partially destroyed by fire

E.R.

21 January 1902

Death, child of J.R. Johnson

D.R.

22 January 1902

Winterville cigar factory

D.R.

22 January 1902

Daughters of the Confederacy

D.R.

22/23 January 1902

Married, Leroy Whichard

D.R.

23 January 1902

Odd & unusual: W.J. Hemby shot hawk

D.R.

24 January 1902

Grifton stores

E.R.

24 January 1902

Bridge over Tar at Boyds Ferry

E.R.

24 January 1902

Death of Mrs. Mary Whichard, age 81, widow of W.G. Whichard, CSA, killed in the Civil War. Died January 19 at her house near Grindle Creek, leaves three married daughters 

E.R.

24 January 1902

Death of Fannie, wife of T.H. Langley

E.R.

24 January 1902

A.M.E. Zion Church

D.R.

25 January 1902

Opera House

D.R.

26 January 1902

Fire at Newsome Worsley house, Bethel Township

D.R.

27 January 1902

Hurt, son of S.M. Johnson

D.R.

27 January 1902

Hurt, Raymond, son of J. Tucker

D.R.

27 January 1902

About Claude Franklin Wilson

D.R.

27 January 1902

Farmville Post Office

D.R.

27 January 1902

Greenville Steam Laundry closed

D.R.

27 January 1902

J.L. Perkins’ store broken into near Stokes

E.R.

28 January 1902

H.C. Hooker home burned on corner of Fifth and Greene streets

E.R.

28 January 1902

J.E. Green family

D.R.

29 January 1902

Pulley and Bowen firm, open again

D.R.

29 January 1902

Barr-Forbes wedding 

D.R.

30 January 1902

Ayden store

D.R.

30 January 1902

J.L . Daughtery and family moved to Greenville

D.R.

30 January 1902
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