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Charles L. Mathews

Wag., Med. Corps, Amb. Co., 80th Div., 305th San. Tr. Born in Scotland County Aug. 5, 1894; son of George and Mrs. Sarah E. Mathews. Entered service Sept. 17, 1917, at Kinston, N.C. Sent to Camp Lee, Va. Sailed for France May 5, 1918. Promoted to rank of Wagoner 1918. Fought at all engagements of 305th San Tr. Returned to USA June 1st. Did special duty at Pontiac, Mich., in G. M. C. factory. Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., June 11,...

J. M. McNeill

Private, Med. Corps, Base No. 65. Born in Scotland County; the son of Mr. and Mrs. D. C. McNeill. Entered the service at Laurinburg, N.C., June 1, 1918. Was sent to Ft. McPherson, Ga. Mustered out at Ft. McPherson, Ga., Sept. 3, 1918.

Daniel Calhoun McLeod

1st Lt., U. S. Inf. Intelligence, 2nd Btn., 323rd Inf., 81st Div.; of Scotland County; son of Daniel P. McLeod and Mrs. Catherine McLeod. Entered service June 3, 1917, at Raleigh, N.C. Sent to Ft. Thomas, Ky., transferred to Ft. Oglethorpe, Ga., to Camp Jackson, S. C. Sailed for France July 30, 1918. Promoted to rank of Hospital Sergt. 1st Class Dec. 20, 1917; 2nd Lt. U. S. Inf. June 1, 1918; 1st Lt. U. S. Inf. Feb. 26, 1919. Fought at Manbuells, France, Meuse-Argonne offensive Nov. 6 to 11, 1918. Awarded Victory Medal, G. O. 48, W. D., April 9, 1919. Participated in Vosges defensive from Sept. 21 to Oct. 20, 1918; Meuse-Argonne offensive from Nov. 6 to Nov. 11, 1918. Served in capacity of Battalion Intelligence Officer during defensive and offensive as Regimental Intelligence Officer for three months during the absence of Regimental Intelligence Officer and as assistant company adjutant, A. E. F., University, Camp Allerby, France. Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., June 18,...

Harry L. Everett

Private, Med. Corps, Base Hospital No. 6, Unit O. Born in Scotland County; the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Everett. Entered service at Laurinburg, N.C., November, 1917. Sent to Ft. McPherson. Transferred to Camp Merritt. Sailed for France Feb. 12, 1918. Returned to USA March 12, 1919. Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., March,...

John T. Covington

Sergt., Inf., 22nd Recruit Co.; son of H. H. and Mollie F. Covington; of Scotland County. Entered service July 8, 1918, at Laurinburg, N.C. Sent to Ft. Thomas, Ky. Mustered out at Ft. Thomas, July 3, 1919.

Fred F. Bowen

Private, Motor Dept., 764th Co.; son of Charles J. and Mary Bowen, of Scotland County. Husband of Mary Goldie Bowen. Entered service June 3, 1918, at Laurel Hill. Sent to Ft. Thomas. Transferred to Ft. Adams, then to Ft. Greble. Mustered out at Camp Eustis, Va., April 16,...

Scotland County, North Carolina Cemetery Transcriptions

North Carolina Cemetery records are listed by county then name of cemetery within the North Carolina county. Most of these are complete indices at the time of transcription, however, in some cases we list the listing when it is only a partial listing. Following Cemeteries (hosted at Scotland County, North Carolina Tombstone Transcription Project) Hucklebee Emmanuel Holiness Church Cemetery McNeill Cemetery McNeill-McEachin Family Cemetery Pate Cemetery Pinecrest Cemetery Sessoms Family Cemetery Snead-Norton Cemetery Spring Hill Cemetery Stewartsville Cemetery...

Biographical Sketch of Jones, Julia, Mrs.

Mrs. Julia Jones, daughter of Judge C. C. Dyer, was born in Fort Bend County in 1839. Her father was a native of Tennessee and was born at Dyersburg January 29, 1799, and came to Texas with William Stafford in 1824. In this same year he married Sarah Stafford, who was born February 5, 1809, near Raleigh, North Carolina, Judge Dyer had twelve in family six boys and six girls. He lived to quite an old age, served as county judge of Fort Bend County, and died in 1864 on his farm on the east side of the Brazos River, opposite Richmond. He had been suffering for some time with heart trouble and fell in the field one morning while taking a walk, and was brought to the house dead by the Negro field hands. Mrs. Dyer died in 1874. Their homestead is now known as the Pleasant’s place. William Thomas, eldest son of Judge and Mrs. Dyer, was born in 1825. He married Miss Annie Swenson, who still survives. Her brother, F. M. Swenson, lived in Fort Bend County prior to the Civil War, but removed to New York and became a prominent banker there. William Dyer died at Round Rock, Texas, February 25, 1903, at the advanced gage of 87 years. James Foster Dyer was born in 1827 and in 1852 married Miss Sarah Catherine Barnett, daughter of Thomas and Nancy Barnett. Their children were John, Clara, Mary and Lottie. The last named is the only one living and is the wife of John M. Moore. Harvey Franklin Dyer was born September 26, 1830, and died young....

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