Surname: Stallings

Slave Narrative of Mary Anngady

Interviewer: T. Pat Matthews Person Interviewed: Mary Anngady Location: 1110 Oakwood Avenue, Raleigh, North Carolina Age: 80 (Princess Quango Hennadonah Perceriah) 1110 Oakwood Avenue, Raleigh, North Carolina. I was eighteen years old in 1875 but I wanted to get married so I gave my age as nineteen. I wish I could recall some of the ole days when I was with my missus in Orange County, playing with my brothers and other slave children. I was owned by Mr. Franklin Davis and my madam was Mrs. Bettie Davis. I and my brother used to scratch her feet and rub them

1910 Alabama Census Map

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Gaston L. Stallings

3rd Class Musician, 323rd Inf., Hdqrs. Co., 81st Div. Born in Edgecombe County; the son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Stallings. Entered the service May 28, 1918, at Tarboro, N.C. Was sent to Camp Jackson, S. C., and from there to Camp Sevier, S. C. Sailed for France Aug. 16, 1918. Fought at Alsace-Lorraine, Meuse-Argonne defensives Nov. 3, 1918. Arrived in the USA June 14, 1919; landed at Newport News, Va. Mustered out at Camp Lee, Va., June 26, 1919.

D. B. Stallings

Fireman (Navy); of Martin County; son of David and Mrs. Elizabeth Stallings. Entered service April, 1916, at Williamston, N.C. Sent to St. Helena, Va. On U. S. S. Utah three years. Enlisted in Army at Portsmouth, Va., Camp Lee. Served in Army three months. Discharged at Camp Lee, Dec. 22, 1918.