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Benton, Charles Collins — B. Wilson ; educated at MIT ca. First listed as an architect in Wilson in the Business Directory. Married Mary Powell Died Little of his early design work in Wilson is documented, although it is thought that he had something to do with the building of St. He also renovated the Godwin House ca. Benton, Frank Warthall — Brother of C.
After Frank continued designing in his own right. He died or Crittenden — Active ca. Bryan House Active c.
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Designed the addition to the Imperial Tobacco Co. Robert H. Diehl — Active ca. Draftsman of SB Moore ca. Designed Dr. Bodie Clark House, Raleigh Road , Griffin — Wilmington. Active ca. Charles Hartge — Raleigh. Active in Wilson ca. Charles C. Hartmann — Greensboro. Born in Brooklyn , NY ; moved to Greensboro in Thomas B. Lamm House. James Raleigh Hughes — Greensboro.
Designed N. Schaum House, W. Johnston King House. Designed Wilson Collegiate Institute. Oswald Lipscomb — Born in in Virginia. Moved to Wilson in After the death of his first wife, he married in Sarah Barnes, daughter of Edwin Barnes of Wilson.
Entered into a business partnership with his brother-in-law JT Barnes in In that year they purchased a lot on Pine street near Lee Street where they built a sash and blind factory. By a planning mill had also been built for the partnership. In the late s Lipscomb sold his interests to his brother-in-law because of failing health.
Green House; and his own house, still standing on the corner of Pine and Vance Streets. James A. Nash Street. He married Shelby Shives, but they were divorced c. He lived in Gastonia from ca. They lived with relatives John and Sarah Moore from until when the relatives moved away. He is listed in the Wilson directory as a foreman. Family tradition has it that he worked as a carpenter and studied architecture at night. He went in to partnership with Wilson architect Charles, C.
Benton c. He married Flossie Davis of Wilson in When the partnership broke up with Benton , he established his own office, and was a successful and prolific designer of all types of buildings in Wilson and the surrounding area until , when he died at the age of fifty-seven. Grady House, the H. Abbitt House, the I. Leroy Darden House, the Robert C. Garner House, the S. Anderson House, the A. Daniel House, the Ben T.
Smith House, the B. Vance Forbes House, the T. Foote House, the G. Erick Bell House, the C.
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Tarkenton House, the L. Knott House, the C. Stokes House, the J. Clark House, the H.
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Berewell Riddick — Suffolk , Virginia. Designed the Dr. Oscar Hooks House and the E. Wright House. EA Sherman — Active in Wilson ca. Having had eighteen years experience in business and being assisted by Mr. Lind of Baltimore, an accomplished and thorough architect, he considers himself competent to meet all the demands of the public. He studied architecture under Thomas A. Klutz in. In he married Hattie Cornelia Jordan in Fayetteville. He practiced architecture and acted as a building contractor in Wilmington, NC in the s.
IN he formed a partnership with Thad F.
Tyler of Wilmington. The duration of this partnership is unknown, however Stout probably moved to Wilson c. Tyler died in in Wilmington. Benton of Wilson.