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Hugh Cale, a mulatto, was born in Perquimans Co., NC, represented Pasquotank County, NC in the General Assembly at various times. He was a member of the Pasquotank County Board of Commissioners, a justice of the peace and a member of the Pasquotank County Board of Education. In Legislature, Cale introduced the bill in the NC House of Representatives to establish a normal school for blacks in Elizabeth City. He was also a member of the board of trustees of the NC Agricultural and Mechanical College for the Colored Race at Greensboro, NC 1891-1899.
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37458
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These are notes about Joseph B. Hinton; Asa Biggs; John L. Foreman; John Lancaster Bailey; and Joshua Tayloe.
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37464
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Woodley family lineage five generations from John and Elizabeth Woodley of Alligator Creek, Tyrrell Co., NC.
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37459
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Article about Earnest L. Hardy, custodian of the Hertford Municipal Building for 36 years and professional yard man.
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37457
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Article about Kessen and Joan Sawday coming from California searching their Durant, Sutton, Wynn, Leonhauser family roots.
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List of Republicans and their dates of service in the General Assembly.