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1889

December 28th – Barnwell, SC

1890

1891

1892

1893

1894

1895

1896

June 1st – Jesse Slayton and Will Smith, Columbus, GA

1897

1898

1899

1900

December 20th – Henry Lewis, Harrison Cty., MS

1901

1902

September 28th – Thomas Clark, Alcorn Cty., MS

1906

March 19th – Ed Johnson, Chattanooga, TN

1908

August 4th – William Miller, Brighton, AL

1909

December 30th – Oliver Snyder, Oregon

1910

March 3rd – Allen Brooks, Dallas, TX

July 30th – Unidentified, Bonifay, FL

October 11th – Grant Richardson, Bibb Cty., AL

1911

May 25th – Laura and L.D. Nelson, Okemah, GA

1914

January 3rd – Dave Lee, Jefferson, TX

January 27th – Ben Dickerson, Oklahoma City, OK

January 28th – Jim Wilson, Wendell, NC

February 16th – Johnson McQuire, Hernando, MS

March 17th – Dallas Shields, Fayetteville, MO

March 24th – Unidentified, Inverness, MS

March 31st – Marie Scott, Muskogee, OK

May 6th – Charles Jones, Columbia Cty, GA

May 8th – Sylvester Washington, St. James, LA

May 12th – Earl Hamilton, Shreveport, LA

June 5th – Will Robertson, Navasota, TX

July 12th – Rosa Richardson, Orangeburg Cty, SC

August 1st – Crockett Williams, Oklahoma

August 5th – Oli Romeo, St. Tammany Cty, LA

October 12th – Albert Piazza, Willisville, IL

October 25th – Howie (Joe) Davis, Newport, AR

November 3rd – Tom Burns, Shelby Cty., TN

November 12th – John Evans, Pinellas, FL

December 2nd – Tobie Lewis and Elijah Durden, Caddo, LA

December 3rd – Kane McKnight, Caddo, LA

December 11th – Charles Washington, Beard Henderson & Watkins Lewis, Caddo, LA

December 16th – Allen Seymour, Hampton Cty., SC

December 22nd – Charles Williams, Ruleville, MS

1915

January 4th – Ed & William Smith, Elmore, AL

January 5th – Dock Hartley, Butler County, AL

January 14th – Eula, Ella, Jesse, and Dan Barber, Jasper, GA

January 18th – Herman Deely, Madison, AL

January 20th – Edward Johnson, Warren, MS

January 21st – Peter Morris, Early, GA

February 10th – Thomas Tinker, Graves, KY

February 15th – Horace Hill, Brookville, MS

February 16th – John Richards, Marion County, FL

February 24th – Will Reed, Seminole, FL

April 16th – Ceasar Sheffield, Lowndes, GA

April 28th – Thomas Brooks, Fayette, TN

May 3rd – Jesse Hatch, Clarke, AL

May 9th – Unidentified, Big Sandy Cty., TX

June 4th – Arthur Bell, Princeton, KY

June 12th – Joe Speranza, Johnston City, IL

June 14th – Samuel Stephens, Stephens Cty., GA

June 14th – Jules Smith, Fairfield Cty., SC

June 15th – Roy Haley, LaFayette Cty., AR

August 12th – Andy Crum, Mississippi, AR

August 17th – Leo Frank, Cobb Cty., GA

1916

January 20th – Felix, Frank, Dewey, and Major Lake; John Seymour, Lee Cty., GA

May 15th – Jesse Washington, Waco, TX

November 5th – Joseph Johnson, Bay City, TX

1917

May 22nd – Ell Persons, Shelby County, TN

July 23rd – Poe Hibbler, Pickens Cty., AL

July 24th – Will and Jesse Powell, Lowndes Cty, AL

December 2nd – Lation Scott, Dyer Cty. TN

1918

February 12th – James McIllron, Estill Springs, TN

February 23rd – Walter Best, Barnwell Cty., SC

March 22nd – Spencer Evans, Crawfordville, GA

April 4th – Robert Prager, Collinsville, IL

April 18th – Claude Singleton, Poplarville, MS

April 22nd – Clyde Williams, Monroe, LA

May 23rd – James Cobb, Cordele, GA

August 7th – Bubber Hall, Morehouse Cty., LA

November 10th – William Byrd, Colbert Cty., AL

November 12th – George Whiteside, Colbert Cty., AL

December 16th – Charles Lewis, Fulton Cty., KY

December 18th – Willie Robin, Jackson, AR

December 20th – Maggie and Alma House; Major and Andrew Clarke, Clark Cty., MS

1919

January 20th – Bragg Williams, Hillsboro, TX

January 29th – Sampson Smith, Caldwell Cty., LA

February 6th – John Daniels, Onslow Cty., NC

February 14th – Will Faulkner, Bossier, LA

March 2nd – Eugene Green, Belzoni, MS

March 12th – Joseph Walker, Madison Cty., FL

March 14th – Bud Johnson, Santa Rosa, FL

April 29th – George Holden, Ouachita Cty., LA

May 15th – James Waters, Johnson Cty., GA

May 26th – Berry Washington, Telfair Cty., GA

May 30th – Jay Lynch, Lamar Cty., MO

June 1st – Mose Demper, New Hebron, MS

June 17th – Lemuel Walters, Longview, TX

August 5th – Unidentified, Cochran, GA

September 8th – Bowman Cook and John Morine, Duval Cty., FL

September 10th – Obe Cox, Oglethorpe Cty., GA

September 29th – Miles Phifer and Robert Croskey, Montgomery Cty., AL

September 30th – John Temple, Montgomery Cty., AL

October 5th – Mose Martin, Lincoln Cty., GA

October 6th – William Brown and Jack Gordon, Lincoln Cty., GA

December 15th – Earl Whitney and Ed Whitefield, Chapmanville, WV

December 21st – Charles West, Lee Cty., GA

December 27th – Powell Green, Franklin Cty., NC

1920

March 29th – Grant Smith, Fleming, KY

1921

February 11th – Benjamin Campbell, DeSoto Cty., FL

March 13th – Richard James, Woodford Cty., KY

March 14th – William Bowles, Polk Cty., FL

March 15th – Brownie Tuggles, Hempstead Cty., AR

March 18th – Adolphus Ross, Yalobusha Cty., MS

March 20th – Arthur Jennings, Forrest Cty., MS

March 22nd – Phillip Slater, Drew Cty., AR

April 14th – George Marshall, Lauderdale, MS

April 26th – Unidentified, Pearl River Cty., MS

May 9th – Sam Ballinger, Bradford Cty., FL

June 18th – John Henry Williams, Colquitt Cty., GA

June 20th – Louis Wimberly, Rankin Cty., MS

June 29th – “Red” Bilbro, Madison Cty., MS

1922

May 19th – Hullen Owens, Miller Cty., AR

1949

May 31st – Caleb Hill, Jr. (“Picky Pie”), Irwington, GA

1979

June 22nd – Bonita Carter, Birmingham, AL

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