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					Mary Louise Jackson (1881-1938) m 1900 Sydney Perry Cooper (1887-1944)

Mr. Cooper worked with Harriet Henderson Cotton Mills, sister served as president of ???
Mrs. Cooper signed petition to form Vance County Chapter. She was first chairman of the publicity
committee. She was president of UDC. A girl’s dormitory Avery Co. named Mary L. Jackson Cooper
Building. NC DAR.

       Daughter, Mary Louise Cooper m 1944 Dr. Sumner Malone Parham


Richard Johnson Corbitt (1873-1961) m 1894 Jennie Shaw (1897-1956)

Mr. Corbitt signed petition to form Vance County Chapter. He was the president of Corbitt Motor Truck
Company.
Mrs. Corbitt was first chairman of the Surgical Dressing Committee for Vance County Chapter.

       Daughter, Elizabeth Mae Corbitt m 1920 Frederick Leroy Toepleman
             Granddaughter Elizabeth Corbitt Toepleman m Albert Green Borden


Elizabeth Christine Thomas (1893-1970) m 1917 James Wiggins Jenkins Sr. (1893-1976)

Mrs. Jenkins was on first executive board of Vance County Chapter.
General Jenkins commanded the home defense forces and in WWII achieved rank of Brigadier General.
Medical Services of Maria Parham Hospital is named for him.

       Son, James Wiggins Jenkins Jr. m 1948 Anne Chambers Upchurch
              Granddaughter Maria Parris Jenkins m Randolph Dennis Mills
              Grandson James Thomas Jenkins m Frances Barrett Massey


Helen Jones (confirm that Jones was her maiden name also!) m Richard Jemson Jones

Mrs. Jones was vice chairman of Vance County Chapter. She was principal of Central School.
Mr. Jones was with the Henderson Buggy Company.

Mrs. Jones sister, Anne Meredith Jones m Charles Memucan Cooper
       Niece, Dorothy Graves Cooper m William Watson Peace
               Great niece, Suzanne Cooper Peace m Robert Lee Fathauer


Robert Gilliam Kittrell m 1919 Mary Memucam Perry (1877-1957)

Mr. Kittrell was chairman of Jr. Red Cross in December 1917. He was an attorney and served in the NC
House of Representatives from 1915-1919.
       Son, Robert Gilliam Kittrell Jr. m 1955 Katherine Tudor Willcox
Samuel Thomas Peace (1879-1964) m 1909 Willie Closs Parker (1882-1963)

Mr. Peace signed petition to form Vance County Chapter. He was the president of First National Bank
and affiliated with Porbell Company, Henderson Loan & Real Estate Company, Mixon Jewelery
Company, Sugar Drop Candy Company and Roanoke Mills Company of Roanoke Rapids, NC.
Mrs. Peace was on first executive board of the Vance County Chapter.

       Son, Samuel Thomas Peace m Anne Steele Coleman
              Grandson, Samuel Thomas Peace III m Petra Rosnick
              Grandson, Scott Parker Peace m Laura Pierce



Dr. Robert Theodore Upchurch (1881-1949) m 1916 Maria Parris (1881-1982)

Dr. Upchurch signed first petition to form the first chapter of Vance County Chapter. He was a surgeon.
Mrs. Upchurch was first chairman of First Aid Committee of the Vance County Chapter.

       Daughter, Anne Chambers Upchurch m 1948 James Wiggins Jenkins Jr.
             Granddaughter, Maria Parris Jenkins m Randolph Dennis Mills Jr.
             Grandson, James Thomas Jenkins m Frances Barrett Massey


Edwin Ferebee Shaw (1886-1951) m (1) Julia Cooper

Mr. Shaw was treasurer of First War Drive Committee of Vance County Chapter. He was Owner of
Capital Buggy Company and Manager of Henderson Hanger Company.
Mrs. Shaw was first chairman of Supplies Committee of Vance County Chapter.

Mrs. Shaw’s brother, Charles Memucan Cooper m Anne Meredith Jones
       Niece, Dorothy Graves Cooper m William Watson Peace
              Great Niece, Suzanne Cooper Peace m Robert Lee Fathauer

Edwin Ferebee Shaw (1886-1951) m (2) Emma Louise (Jones) Wortham, a widow
      Her son, Turner Jones Wortham m Maria Southerland Legg
      Therefore, Mrs. Wortham is Mr. Shaw’s step daughter-in-law

				
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