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Spiky clumps of yucca dot Odd Fellows cemetery as further reminders that this patch of woods was once a curated space. Though widely found in cemeteries across the country, in African-American tradition specifically, yucca binds restless spirits to their graves. Easily transplanted and nearly ever-lasting, yucca was sometimes planted near the head of a grave in lieu of an expensive stone marker.
Odd Fellows’ daffodils, which typically bloom around February, were also planted by mourning families, and it’s likely that the wisteria that has taken over the site was introduced as a grave planting.
Photos by Lisa Y. Henderson, December 2021.
Happy Hill is undergoing another transformation. As we saw here , the city cleared the neighborhood in the 1950s and later erected the western section of the Whitfield Homes public housing project in its footprint. In 2016, Hurricane Matthew heavily damaged sections of Whitfield Homes, which was already largely uninhabited, and most of the units were razed.
This year, however, the Housing Authority began constructing handsome townhouses at the site.
The new Eatmon Townhouses viewed through a gap in the 1960s-era Whitfield Homes.
Photo by Lisa Y. Henderson, December 2021.
In the 1930 census of Ormonds township, Greene County, N.C.:  farmer Clearance Murphy, 32; wife Mittie, 25; and children Mamie, 6, Laura M., 4, Clearance Jr., 3, and Walter, 1.
On 23 September 1955, Laura Mae Murphy , 30, of Wilson, daughter of Clarence Murphy and Mittie Wilks Murphy , married John H. Wm. Baker , 48, son of Haywood Baker and Ora Harper Baker , in Wilson.
On 1 December 1988, the Wilson Daily Times ran an obituary for Laura Mae Murphy Baker of Wilmington, formerly of Wilson. The notice noted that she was survived by husband Rev. John H. Baker; daughters Brenda James and Ora Jean Willoughby of Durham, N.C., and Joann Baker of Raleigh, N.C.; sons Carl and Peter Baker of Durham and Reginald Baker of Bolivia, N.C.; sisters Addie L. Murphy of Brooklyn, N.Y., and Mamie Tyson of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; and brothers, Clarence Paul Murphy Jr. of Los Angeles, California, Charlie Murphy of Wilson, and Walter Murphy of Long Island, N.Y.; plus six grandchildren.
Sunny Simms ‘ grave marker bears the three links symbolizing Odd Fellows membership.
In the 1900 census of Black Creek township, Wilson County: farmer Ceasar Simms , 61; wife Adline, 41; and children Elizthesbeth , 16, James, 14, Mack , 12, and Tamar , 4.
On 28 January 1908, James Simms, 21, of Taylors township, son of C. and Adline Simms, married Victoria Joyner , 18, of Wilson, daughter of Reubin and Millie Joyner , at “the old Simms .” Missionary Baptist minister Jeremiah Scarborough performed the ceremony in the presence of Orlando Williams , Schaird Ellis , and Mary Jane Simms .
In the 1916 Hill’s Wilson, N.C., city directory: Simms Sonnie factory hd h Stantonsburg rd extd
Sunnie Simms registered for the World War I draft in 1918. Per his registration card, he was born 3 June 1885; lived at Route 4, Wilson; worked as a farmer on Fred Washington’s farm; and his nearest relative was Adeline Simms Barnes . As a disqualification, the registrar noted: “Left Foot been cut very near off.”
In the 1920 census of Gardners township, Wilson County: farmer Sunny Simms, 34; wife Victoria, 29; and children Fannie B ., 9, James C ., 7, Willie A. , 5, Mary G ., 3.
James Sims died 18 August 1924 at the Colored Hospital in Wilson. Per his death certificate, he was born 14 August 1905 in Wilson County to Sonny Sims and Mariah Harris ; worked as a farmer for John Drones; and Rhodie Strickland was informant. Sims was stabbed in the shoulder in a homicide.
In the 1940 census of Wilson, Wilson County: public service laborer Sunny Simms, 58; wife Victoria, 50; and children Matthew , 19, 2019 Air Jordan 13 “Cap and Gown” All Black For Sale tobacco factory laborer, Annie and Nannie , 17, and William , 13.
William Harold David Simms registered for the World War II draft in 1945. Per his registration card, he was born 9 July 1927 in Wilson County, N.C.; lived at 1015 Stantonsburg Street, Wilson; was unemployed; and his contact was Sonny Simms, 1015 Stantonsburg.
Pfc. William Simms, son of Sunny and Victoria Simms. Wilson Daily Times , 23 March 1953.
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Victoria Simms died 23 September 1947 at her home at Stantonsburg Street, Wilson. Per her death certificate, she was born 9 June 1893 in Edgecombe County, N.C., to Ruebin Joyner; was married to Sonnie Simms; and was buried to Rountree Cemetery.
Photo by Lisa Y. Henderson, December 2021.
Jessie Artis died 10 December 1922 in Wilson. Per his death certificate, he was 50 years old; was a widower; was a farmer; and was born in Wilson County to Benjamin Artis   and Feriby Woodard . Emma Moore was informant.
In the 1870 census of the Town of Wilson, Wilson County: shoemaker Peter Rountree , 46; wife Lucinda , 30; and children Sarenena, 8, Peter , 4, and Sarah , 2.
In the 1880 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Nash Street, merchant Peter Rountree, 56; wife Lucinda, 40, born in Virginia; and children Serena , 17, Peter, 14, Sarah, 12, Burtie , 2, and Lucinda , 11 months.
Burt Bowser , born in Halifax County, married Sarah Rountree , daughter of Peter and Lucinda Rountre e , on 4 December 1888 in Wilson. Reddin S. Wilkins , A.J. Lindsay and James W. Parrington were witnesses to the ceremony.
In the 1900 census of Wilson, Wilson County: shoemaker Peter Rountree, 76, wife Lucinda, 53, daughter Sarah Bowser, 32, son-in-law Burt L. Bowse r , 36, grandsons Russell , 9, Astor B. , 3, and Thomas F. , 1, stepdaughters Manda L. , 18, and Rosa E. Rountree , 14.
In the 1910 census of Wilson, Wilson County: on Nash Street, Best Bowser, 48; wife Sarah, 40; sons Russell, 19, Astor B., 13, and Thomas F., 11; sister-in-law Rosa Rountree, 21, and brother-in-law James Rountree, 14; and mother Lucindia Bowser, 60, widow
In the 1920 census of Wilson township, Wilson County: on Nash Street, Bert L. Brown , 56; wife Sarah M., 49; sons Aster B., 25, and Thomas, 21; daughter-in-law Georgia B. , 20; and mother-in-law Lucinda Roundtree, 70.
In the 1930 census of Wilson, Wilson County: at 528 East Nash, widow Sarah L. Bowser, 59, laundress, and roomers George Lee , 24, restaurant cook, and George Sledge , 21, barber.
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Without comment, on 7 June 1917, the Wilson Daily Times published a lengthy list of names and addresses of children who were members of corn and canning clubs in Wilson, Lucama, and Stantonsburg. The groups, supported by the U.S. Department of Agriculture, were the precursors to 4-H Clubs.
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Given the canning club membership requirements, it’s astonishing that so many town girls were involved. Per Farm Life Readers, Book 5  : Air Jordan 13 Retro Levis NRG Blue Mens Basketball Shoes