Seventy-Sixth Annual Report of the Board of Directors and Superintendent of the Oxford Orphanage, Oxford, N. C. to the Grand Lodge of North Carolina, A. F. & A. M. For the Year Ending December 31st, 1948.
Includes a list of Names of Children and the Counties Whence They Came, and the Staff of Workers. An asterisk indicates Child of Masonic Parentage.
The Oxford Orphanage uses the cottage plan for housing the children. There are five cottages used by boys and five cottages occupied by girls, and one cottage, the Dunn Building, houses the beginning boys and girls. The children are grouped in each cottage in age groups with twenty-four to thirty boys or girls supervised by an adult counselor.
Names in this online transcription include Abernethy, Adams, Alford, Anderson, Armstrong, Ates, Averitt, Avery, Aydt, Baird, Baldwin, Barger, Barrett, Bass, Bean, Belk, Berry, Bessent, Bostic, Boyette, Braswell, Broadwell, Burton, Caldwell, Callahan, Capps, Case, Cash, Cayton, Chandley, Chappell, Cherry, Childress, Clark, Cobb, Cole, Coley, Cone, Cothren, Cox, Crews, Cumbia, Currin, Danford, Daniels, Davidson, Davis, Dean, Deaton, Debnam, Denny, Dixon, Dye, Edwards, Eldridge, Elks, Evans, Everette, Faison, Faulkner, Fitchette, Flow, Flowers, Forbes, Ford, Fox, Foy, Frady, Frederick, Fry, Fuller, Fussel, Garner, Gary, Gates, Gibbs, Glover, Gould, Graham, Gregory, Gunter, Hackette, Hall, Halyburton, Hamil, Hare, Harkins, Harper, Harrell, Harris, Hartsell, Hathaway, Heath, Herrington, Hildebran, Hill, Hilliard, Hobson, Hoffman, Holder, Holland, Holleman, Holt, Honeycutt, Hooker, Horton, Howard, Howell, Hughes, Hull, Ireland, Jackson, Joan, Johannesen, Johnson, Jones, Jordan, Kerr, Kifer, King, Knott, Kuykendoll, Lamb, Landrum, Laws, Leagon, Ligon, Livingston, Long, Martin, Mashburn, Mason, Maurer, Mayo, McDonald, McGuire, McInnis, McKeel, McLambe, McLendon, McMillan, McSwain, Messer, Milliard, Mills, Minor, Mizelle, Moore, Morgan, Morrow, Morton, Mowery, Munford, Nethercutt, Nichols, Oakley, Orr, Overcash, Overton, Owen, Pace, Parham, Parrish, Peacock, Peake, Peavy, Peedin, Pender, Pergerson, Perham, Perry, Pinnix, Pleasants, Potter, Powell, Provost, Pruit, Radford, Regan, Robinson, Satterfield, Sheffield, Shelton, Shield, Simmons, Simpson, Smith, Snider, Sowers, Speed, Speight, Spencer, Stallings, Stone, Strickland, Strother, Strum, Surles, Talton, Tausch, Taylor, Teachey, Teague, Thomas, Thompson, Threadgill, Throckmorton, Tolar, Tomblin, Trevathan, Truitt, Vinson, Walton, Ward, Warren, Warwick, Waters, Weaver, Whitman, Whittington, Wilder, Wiley, Williams, Williamson, Williford, Willis, Wilson, Winborne, Winfield, Winfree, Woodruff, Wyatt, Wyke.
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