Slave Narrative of Mary Ferguson

Person Interviewed: Mary Ferguson Location: 1928 Oak Avenue, Columbus, Georgia “Aunt” Mary Ferguson, née Mary Little, née Mary Shorter, was born somewhere in Maryland; the exact locality being designated by her simply as “the eastern shore” of that state. She was born the chattel of a planter named Shorter, so her first name, of course, …

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Biographical Sketch of Bascom Little

Little, Bascom; contractor; born, Cleveland, April 24, 1879; son of Hiram H. and Laura Brown Little; educated, University School, Cleveland, Cornell University, A. B., 1901; married, Cleveland, June 2, 1906, Florence Cobb; issue, Bascom Little, Jr., Julia Little; member first Charter Commission; director of following: Citizens Savings & Trust Co., Union National Bank, Guarantee Title …

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Little, Child – Obituary

Child of Lester Little The little five month old son of Lester Little died Nov. 28 of bronchial pneumonia. Mrs. E.F. Combs of Summerville was in town last week called by the death of the five months old baby of her son Lester Little. Wallowa County Reporter, Wallowa County, Oregon, Thursday December 5, 1918

Ray J. Little

Corpl., Med. Corps, Base Hospital No. 85; of Pitt County; son of Robert J. and Mrs. Mary Emma Little. Husband of Mrs. Maud Estelle Pierce Little. Entered service May, 1918, at Miami, Okla. Sent to Ft. Riley, Kan. Transferred to Ft. Sill, to Camp Merritt. Sailed for France Sept. 9, 1918. Promoted to Corpl. April, …

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B. F. Little

Seaman. Born in Pitt County; son of F. M. and Mrs. Nannie Little and husband of Mrs. Stella May Little. Entered service Feb. 19, 1918, at Greenville, N.C., and sent to Berkley, Va. Transferred to Sewells Pt., coal pier. Mustered out of service at Hampton Roads Dec. 31, 1918.

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