Surname: Baugh

Slave Narrative of Alice Baugh

Interviewer: Mary A. Hicks Person Interviewed: Alice Baugh Date of Interview: May 18, 1937 Location: North Carolina Age: 64 Plantation Times An Interview on May 18, 1937 with Baugh, 64, who remembers hearing her mother tell of slavery days. My mammy Ferbie, an’ her brother Darson belonged ter Mr. David Hinnant in Edgecombe County till young Marster Charlie got married. Den dey wuz drawed an’ sent wid him down hyar ter Wendell. De ole Hinnant home am still standin’ dar ter dis day. Marster Charlie an’ Missus Mary wuz good ter de hundred slaves what belonged ter’ em. Dey gib

Biographical Sketch of J. L. Baugh

Baugh, Mr. J. L. (See Grant, Downing, Ghigau, Foreman, Ross and Conrad)—Joel Lindsey Baugh, born Jan. 8, 1858. Educated in Male Seminary. Married Aug. 19. 1888 Sue Adair, daughter of Jacob West and Char­lotte (West) Markham, born July 25, 1872. She died March 15, 1899 and he married at Locust Grove, May 30, 1901, Nannie Scales. daughter of John Taylor and Mary Elizabeth.

Biographical Sketch of Joel Lindsey Baugh

Joel Lindsey Baugh is the son of John Harvey Lindsey, of Alabama, and Charlotte Bryan, a Cherokee. He was born January 8, 1858, in Coowescowee district, and was educated at the Tahlequah Male Seminary. Quitting this institution in 1876, he began teaching, and taught at the following points: Hickory Grove, Bryan Chapel, Silver Lake and Cave Spring. He was appointed chairman of the committee on building a colored high school, in 1889, and was elected to the senate in August 1891. Mr. Bough abandoned school teaching in 1880, and in August 1888, married Dollie Markham, daughter of J. W. Markham,

Biography of William H. Baugh, M.D.

Dr. Baugh is the well known physician and druggist of Shoshone, and has a wide acquaintance throughout southern Idaho. A native of Missouri, he was born in Boonville, July 28, 1864, and is of German lineage. His paternal grandfather removed from one of the eastern states to Indiana, and there the Doctor’s father, Henry Clay Baugh, was born and reared. In 1860 he removed to Missouri and married Elizabeth Steger, of that state. He had previously crossed the plains to California, where he had engaged in mining with fair success. After his return to Missouri he engaged in stock raising