LOVE, Mark - McMULLAN, William Leroy
Love, Mark Perrin Lowrey, Jr. (B.A., 1928) (MS., U. of Virginia, 1930) Chemist, Shell Petroleum Co., Wood River, Ill.
Love, Robert Harris (B.A., 1924) Manager, Chevrolet Auto Sales Agency, Poplarville, Miss.
Lovelace, Sara Bellamy (B.A., 1936) Teacher, Carmichael School, Quitman, Miss.
Loveli, Albert Jackson (B.A., 1934)’ 857 Bratton St., Jackson, Miss.
Lovell, Clarence Anding, (B.A., 1922) (Ph.D., U. of Pennsylvania, 1931) Research Technician, Southern Bell Telephone Laboratories, 220 Northern Ave., New York, N. Y.
Lovell, Clifton Lee (B.A., 1923) (Ph.D., U. of Iowa, 1932) Professor of Chemical Engineering, Purdue University, 536 Vine St., Lafayette, Indiana.
Lovell, John Butler (BA., 1936) Graduate Student, U. of Iowa, Iowa City, Iowa.
Lovell, Lawrence Lowrey (B.A., 1934) (M.A., U. of Iowa, 1935) Chemist, Shell Petroleum Co., Wood River, Ill.
Lovell, Mary Elizabeth (B.A., 1925) Teacber, Gulfport, Miss.
Lovorn, Claude Shannon (B.A., 1924) Supt. School, Osyka, Miss.
Low, John Lewis, (B.L., 1898) Pastor, Long Beach, Miss.
Lowe, Carrol Floyd (B.A., 1924) Real Estate Business, Menlo, Calif.
Lowrey, B. G. (B.S., 1887; LL.D., Ibid., 1911) Ex-Congressman; Retired. Station A, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Lowrey, Joseph Jarman (B.S., 1910) Teacher, City Schools, Washington, D.C.
Lowrey, Lawrence Tyndale (B-S., 1909; 81.8., Ibid., 1913) (Ph.D., Columbia U., 1918) President, Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss.
Lowry, Mark (B.A., 1924) (Th.M., S. W. B. T. Seminary, 1910) Pastor, Wesson, Miss.
Lowrey, Perrin Holmes, Sr. (B.S., 1882) Attorney, Marks, Miss.
Lowrey, Perrin Holmes, Jr. (Ph.B., 1910) Insurance Business, 6 Rugby Road, Baltimore, Md.
Lowrey, Rosewell Graves (B.S., 1918) (M.A., Peabody College, 1922; Ph.D., Ibid., 1927) Dean and Professor of English, State Teachers College, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Lowrey, Tom C. (B.S., 1887) Deceased.
Lowrey, Vernon Booth (BA., 1914) (M.A., George Washington, U., 1921) Attorney, Washington, D. C.
Lowrey, William Tyndale, Sr. (B.A., 1881; B.S., Ibid., 1884; D.D., Ibid., 1935) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1885) Asst. Professor Christianity, Mississippi College, Clinton, Miss.
Lowrey, William Tyndale, Jr. (B.A., 1924) Supt. School, Redwood, Miss.
Lucas, James Walter (B.A., 1893) (M.D., U. of the South, 1898) Physician, Morehead, Miss.
Lumbley, J. W. (B.S., 1884) Deceased.
Lumbley, Joseph Eustace (B.A., 1915).
Lummus, Floyd A. (B.A., 1924) Merchant, Weir, Miss.
Lusk, Simon Thomas (B.A., 1925 Principal, Poagville School, RFD, Senatobia Miss.
Lusk, Tillman Lee (B.S., 1916) Public Accountant, 77 W. Washington St., Chicago, Ill.
Lusk, Thomas Newton (B.S., 1884) Deceased.
Luter, James Joseph (B.A., 1932) Postoffice Employee, Canton, Miss.
Luter, Jesse Crawford, Jr. (BA., 1932) Teacher-Coach, Vaiden, Miss.
Lutrick, William Elvin (B.A., 1931) Mail Carrier, 1102 Lewis St., Jackson, Miss.
Lyle, Gilbert Greene (B.A., 1928) Teacher, Lena, Miss.
Lyle, John Matthew (B.A., 1922) Teacher, Lena, Miss.
Lyle, Percy Norman (BA., 1934) Mercantile Business, Lena, Miss.
Lyon, Henry Barker (B.A., 1923)(M. Phys. Educ., U. of Michigan, 1934) National Director of Sports, Grand Council of Demolay, Armour & Warwick Blvds., Kansas City, Mo.
McAllister, Heber Lowrey (B.S., 1906) President, State Teachers College, Conway, Ark.
McAlpin, Newell Newton (B.A., 1927) County Supt. of Education, Raleigh, Miss.
McAlpin, Zollie Bill (B.A., 1937) Supt. School, Puckett, Miss.
McBride, Charles Elliott (B.A., 1934) Teacher, Cooksville-Paulette School, Paulette, Miss.
McBride, Pleasant H. (B.A., 1922; M. A., Ibid., 1923) Chemist, The Blanton Co., St. Louis, Mo.
McBride, Simon G. (B.A., 1921) W. P. A. worker, Tupelo, Miss.
McCabe, E. J. (B.S., 1889) Attorney, Vicksburg, Miss.
McCabe, George Washington, (Ph.B., 1907) Attorney, Vicksburg, Miss.
McCabe, Henry Clay, Jr. (B.S., 1906) Attorney, Vicksburg, Miss.
McCallister, Ruth Lovell (Mrs. B. D.) (BA., 1929) (M.A., Northwestern U., 1935) Teacher, West Point, Miss.
McCann, Ezell (B.S., 1911) Physician, Veterans’ Hospital, Gulfport, Miss.
McClanahan, Hick Harisell, Jr. (BA., 1929) (M.S.. U. of Tennessee,
1933) Student, Rush Medical College, U. of Chicago, Chicago, Ill.
McClendon, Burwell Beaman (B.S., 1917) (LL.B., Cumberland U., 1921)
Attorney, Deposit Guaranty Bank Bldg. (Residence: 1044 Central St.) Jackson, Miss.
McCollum, James Stewart (B.A., 1937) Draftsman. 613 West Fortification, Jackson, Miss.
McComb, William Andrew (B.A., 1888; M.A., Ibid., 1904; D.D., Ibid., 1914) (Th.D., Divinity School, U. of Chicago, 1891) Minister, Mississippi City, Miss.
McCool, Emmett Edward (B.A., 1928) Supt. Schools, Ruleville, Miss.
McCool, Harvey Jackson (Ph.B., 1913) Pastor, Crowley, La.
McCormick, Archie Lee (B.A., 1936) Teacher, Ethel, Miss.
McCormick, John Newton (B.A., 1926) Employee, State Auditing Department, Jackson, Miss.
McCoy, Wylie Roy (B,S., 1917) Teacher, DeKalb, Miss.
McCrea, T. F. (B.A.,. 1899) Retired Missionary (China), 969 Marshall Blvd., San Bernardino, Calif.
McCrea, Tully Levering (B.A., 1929) (M.A., U. of Texas, 1930) Business Manager, Medical Dept., T. V. A., 211 Jefferson Apts., Chattanooga, Tenn.
McCrory, Otho Elmer (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Junior College, Ellisville, Miss.
McCullough, Clair Caidwell (B.A., 1915) 104 N. Cedar St., Little Rock, Arkansas.
McCullough, Marshall (B.A., 1897) Attorney, Easterland, Texas.
McCullough, Norvell Robertson (B.A., 1897) Agent, New York Life Ins. Co., Hattlesburg, Miss.
McCullough, Ross Anderson (B.S., 1895) Deceased.
McCune, William Warner (B.A., 1920) (M.A., U. of Chicago, 1923) Asst. Supt. Schools, Savannah, Ga.
McDaniel, Major Cyrus (B.A., 1921; M.A., Ibid., 1931) President, Holmes Junior College, Goodman, Miss.
McDonald, Effie Elaine (B.A., 1933) (Mrs. Marion W. Perry) Housewife, Philadelphia, Miss.
McDonald, Ewell J. (B.A., 1937) Employee, National Board of Fire Underwriters, 85 St. John St., New York City, N. Y.
McDonald, John Tyrone (B.A., 1934).
McDowell, Edmond Andrews (B.S., 1877) Deceased.
McDowell, John D. (B.A., 1934) Bank Clerk, Flora, Miss.
McDowell, Will Gray (B.S., 1916).
McElreath, Pete W. (B.A., 1927) Principal, Black Jack School, Batesville, Miss.
McFatter, Dee Dan (BA., 1929) Teacher, Washington, Miss.
McGee, Davis Astor (B.A., 1925) Principal, Pochontas, Miss.
McGee, Flora Gould (Mrs. J. G.) (B.A., 1980) Teacher, School for the Blind, Jackson, Miss.
McGee, Jason Guy (B.A., 1926) Teacher, School for the Blind, Jackson, Miss.
McGee, Jesse Eugene (B.S., 1917) Business, Route 3, Guntown, Miss.
McGee, Ronald Alexander (B.A., 1937) Teacher, County Line School, Union, Miss.
McGee, Tildon Solomon (B.A., 1934) Minister-Teacher, Pearl School, RFD, Jackson, Miss.
McGee, Wiley Harvey (B.A., 1876) Deceased.
McGehee, Daniel Raford (ES., 1903) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1909) Attorney and Congressman, Meadville, Miss., and Washington, D. C.
McGehee, Elijah Harvey (Ph.B., 1908) Associate Justice, State Supreme Court, Jackson, Miss.
McGehee, Eugene (B.S., ‘1907) Merchant, Summit, Miss.
McGehee, Micajah C., Jr. (B.A., 1926) Attorney, Houston, Texas.
McGehee, William Russell (B.S. in Medicine, 1931) (M.D., Tulane University, 1932) Physician, Franklinton, La.
McGowen, Lee Edward (B.A., 1927) (Th.M., Baptist Bible Institute, 1930) Pastor, Davis Memorial Church, Jackson, Miss.
McGuffee, Walter Brewer (BA., 1936) Stenographer, Sinclair Oil Co., Jackson, Miss.
McIlwain, Albert J. (B.A., 1926) (M.D., U. of Tennessee, 1931) Physician, Batesville, Miss.
McIlwain, Willis Lowrey (B.A., 1927) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1981) Attorney, Union Springs, Ala.
McIntyre, Cynthia (M.A.., 1923)
McKay, Charles Lloyd (B.A., 1937) Student, Baptist Bible Institute, New Orleans, La.
McKay, Joseph William (B.A., 1914) Business, Canton, Miss.
McKay, Richard Crumpton (B.A., 1930) Mortician, Lucedale, Miss.
McKee, Burnie Lee (Ph.B., 1907) Pastor, Brandon, Miss.
McKinnon, Fred Roby (B.A., 1931) Principal, Bloomo School, Route 1, Philadelphia, Miss.
McKinstry, John Jefferson (Ph.B., 1908) Teacher, Blue Mountain, Miss. McKnight, Alvie Littleton (BA., 1934) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
McKnight, William Woodrow (BA., 1935) Teacher, McCool, Miss.
McLain, Clarence E. (ES., 1895) Deceased.
McLaurin, Horace Jehu (Ph.B., 1911) Deceased.
McLaurin, Hugh Turner (BA., 1913) Minister, Clinton, Miss.
McLaurin, Max Louvois (B.A., 1929) Auto Service Station, Brnadon Road (Residence: 763 Madison St.). Jackson, Miss.
McLellan, Crawford Reid (B.A., 1929) (M.S. U. of North Carolina, 1930) Professor of Chemistry, Arkansas A.& M. College, Monticello, Ark.
McLemore, Richard Aubrey (B.A., 1923) (M.A., Peabody College, 1926)
(Ph.D., Vanderbilt U., 1933) Dean and Professor of Social Science, Judson College, Marion, Ala.
McLendon, James Hays (B.A., 1931) (M.A., Principal, Midway School, Utica, Miss.
McMahon, David Cleveland, Jr. (B.A., 1934) Traveling Salesman, A. S. Barboro Co., Batesville, Miss.
McMillan, Bennie Lloyd (B.S., 1917) Merchant, Madison Station, Miss.
McMillan, Claude Brown (B.A., 1937) Teacher-Band Director, Amory, Miss.
McMillan, Henry Wilbur, Jr. (B.A., 1911) Band Director, Canton, Miss.
McMilIan, Mosley W. (B.S., 1919) Employee Southern Pacific Railroad Co., Houston, Texas.
McMillin, Fitten Lamar (B.A., 1929) (M.S., California Institute of Technology, 1935) Medical Student. U. of Tennessee, Memphis, Tenn.
McMorries, Edwin, Jr. (Ph.B., 1910) (M.D., 1914) Physician, Meridian, Miss.
McMullen, Joe Harold (B.A., 1984) Wholesale Hardware Business, 1428 24 St., Birmingham, Ala.
McMullan, William Leroy (BA., 1905) Merchant, Newton, Miss.
Return to Menu
Copyright 2001 Ellen Pack - All Rights Reserved