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42669
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Lawrence Jr. and brother Jim Lilley manage a farm equipment business that began as Martin Tractor and Truck Company in 1953 . The company acquired the former Carroll's Garage in Gates County at the turn of the century and built a new faculty there in 2005. Other branch locations for Lilley International include Rocky Mount and the recently acquired International dealership in Raleigh.
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42670
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Founded in 1919, Powell & Stokes is an agricultural supply business. in Windsor and its subsidiary Bertie county Peanuts. currently managing the business are Jack Powell Jr. and sons Jon and Jeff.
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42696
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John McKellar has practiced law for more than 45 years. His office is located on Bragg Street in Jackson. Son Scott is the Northampton County attorney while also practicing in Rocky Mount. Another son, Joe is a 14-year trial attorney based in Nash County.
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42788
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Northampton County native, Wendell Gatling has recorded several gospel CDs under the group name of EZ Praise, a duo consisting of himself and vocalist Linda Ballance Simmons.
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42840
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Located in Northampton County, the small hamlet of Conway boasts 34 businesses as of the first half of 2020. Georgia-Pacific Chemical is one of the area's largest employers.
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42835
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Pat Familar has been a branch manager with the Gates County Library for the past 36 years. The library is part of the Albermarle Regional Library system.
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42845
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Gatesville was home to North Carolina's former legendary Secretary of State, Thad Eure. Originally called Gates Courthouse, the name was changed in 1831 to Gatesville. The current Gates County courthouse was built in 1836.
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42852
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James Peele was born and raised in Hertford County near Ahoskie. Peele worked with N.C. Cooperative Extension Service as a Bertie County Farm Agent for 30 years. In 2017, he became Powellsville's first African American mayor.
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42874
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Northampton County native, farmer, teacher, school administrator and church leader, Leon Dickens credits his Christian faith for being more than a foundation but also an assist in dealing with life's challenges.
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42878
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Avery Barnes Sr. is Senior Pastor at Temple of Christ Church in Plymouth. In the 1980s, Barnes was recognized by Governot Jim hunt for his prison ministry work.
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