ALPHABETICALLY ARRANGED

BRUMFIELD, Isaac - COCHRAN
 

Brumfield, Isaac Nolan (B.A., 1935) Principal, Union School, Tylertown, Miss.
Brumfield, James K. (BA., 1922) Business, Amite, La.
Brumfield, Victor Leslie (B.A., 1907) (M.A., Louisiana State U., 1114) Supt. Jonesboro-Hodge High School, Jonesboro, La.
Brunson, George Henry (BA., 1594) Deceased.
Brunson, John Frank (B.A., 1895) Deceased.
Bryant, William K. (B.S., 1555) Deceased.
Buchanan, James Ellis (B.A., 1915) Business Manager, Blue Mountain College, Blue Mountain, Miss.
Buchanan, John Hall (Ph.B., 1910) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1920) Pastor, Southside Baptist Church, Birmingham, Ala.
Buckles, Joseph (BA., 1861) Deceased.
Buckley, Ellis C. (BA., 1931) Principal, Wesson, Miss.
Buckley, Oury Huhbard (B.A., 1930) Minister, Pulaski, Miss.
Bula, George Howard (B.A., 1924) Educational Adviser, CCC, Co. 5409-Md 2, Vicksburg, Miss.
Bullard, William Stance (B.A., 1923) Business Manager, S. B. T. Seminary, Mullins Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Bullock, Benjamin Walker (B.A., 1880) Deceased.
Bunyard, Rohert Lowrey (B.L., 1894) Deceased.
Burch, David Stanton (BA., 1558) Deceased.
Burch, Frank Cornelius (B.A., 1923) Teacher, Carthage, Miss.
Burford, Byron Leslie (Ph.B., 1910) State Y. M. C. A. Secretary, Jackson, Miss.
Burghard, Julius Ernest (BA., 1926) Salesman, Mississippi School Supply Co., Jackson. Home Address, Clinton, Miss.
Burgin, Daniel Augustus, Jr. (B.A., 1907) Attorney, Columbus, Miss.
Burke, Andrew Alexander (Ph.B., 1911) Deceased.
Burke, Wiley Spain (B.S., 1911) Bookkeeper, Stein-Pierce Co., 3208 Washington St., Vicksburg, Miss.
Burns, Rohert, Jr. (B.A., 1925) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1928) Attorney and State Senator, Brandon and Jackson, Miss.
Burns, Wallace Cole (Ph.B., 1913) Deceased.
Burns, William Leon (B.A., 1932) Teacher-Coach, Duncan, Miss.
Burns, Hugh Chilson (B.S., 1908) Teacher, Homochitto School, Route 3, Gloster, Miss.
Burns, Joseph Addison, Sr. (B.S., 1905) District Supervisor, Adult Education Work, Clinton, Miss.
Burns, Joseph Addison, Jr. (B.A., 1936) Teacher, DíLo, Miss.
Burson, George His (B.S., 1921) Attorney, Birmingham, Ala.
Busby, Wyatt Zebulon (BA., 1924).
Bush, Charles Glina (B.A., 1932) Supt. School, Mt. Olive, Miss.
Bush, Fíred Marshall (B.S., 1903) Farmer and Attorney, New Hebron, Miss.
Bush, J. W., Jr. (B.A., 1928) Teacher, Pinola-Stonewall School, Pinola, Miss.
Bush, Millard Mundell (B.S., 1921) Attorney, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Butler, George Byron (B.L., 1894) D.D., Ibid., 1916) Deceased.
Butler, Henry Dee (B.A., 1935) Teacher-Coach, Ashland, Miss.
Butler, James Sessions, Jr. (B.A., 1929) Episcopal Minister, Holly Springs, Miss.
Butler, Richard Pearl (BA., 1935) Student, Baptist Bible Institute, New Orleans, La.
Butt, Benjamin Watkins Lee (B.A., 1862) Decessed.
Butts, Clarence S. (B.S., 1887) Merchant, Memphis, Tenn.
Bynum, Gustavus Adolphus (B.A., 193?) Student, U. of Mississippi Medical School, University P. 0.
Byrd, Corinne (B.A., 1924) Professor of French and Spanish, Mississippi Womanís College, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Byrd, Edward Leavell, B.A., 1934) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
Byrd, Henry Lee (BA., 1931) Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, Greenwood, Miss.
Byrd, Hugh McNeil (B.A., 1936) Lumber Business, Bay Springs, Miss. Byrd, John Goodwyn (B.A., 1934) Teacher, Center Ridge School, Chunky, Miss.
Byrd, Juanita (B.A., 1936) Teacher-Missionary, University of Shanghai, Shanghai, China. Present Address: Mt. Olive, Miss.
Byrd, W. G. (BA., 1893) Deceased.
Bryd, William Oscar (B.A., 1936) Teacher, 1405 West Paris St., Tampa, Fla.
Byrd, Mrs. W. 0. (B.A., 1925) Teacher, 1405 West Paris St., Tampa, Fla.
Bryne, John Frank, Jr. (B.A., 1930) (Ph.D., New York University, 1934) Research Physicist, General Electric Co., 126 Strong St., Pittsfield, Mass.

Cabell, Charles Archer (BA., 1922) (M.A., George Washington U., 1926) Chemist, U. S. Dept. Agriculture, 1513 Meridian Place, N. W., Washington, D. C.
Cain, James Isaiah (Ph.D., 1911) Physician, McCall Creek, Miss.
Callahan, Alston (BA., 1929) (M.D., Tulane University, 1934) Physician, Vicksburg, Miss.
Callahan, Columbus Napoleon (Ph.B., 1915) Deceased.
Callahan, David J. (B.A., 1924) Employee, Vicksburg Boiler & Iron
 Works, Vicksburg, Miss.
Callahan, Neill (B.A., 1935) Medical Student, Tulane University, New Orleans La.
Campbell, Lawrence Bracey (Ph.B., 1919; MA., Ibid., 1924) (Ph.D., Baptist Bible Institute) Pastor, Gentilly Baptist Church, New Orleans, La.
Campbell, Richard Henry (BA., 1925) Minister, Wiggins, Miss.
Cannon, John Wycliffe (Ph.D., 1911) Mail Clerk, 324 Nearview, Jackson,  Miss.
Cannon, Rex D. (BA., 1925) Bank Examiner, 956 E. Fortification St., Jackson, Miss.
Canterbury, Kermit Grey (B.A., 1935) Student, S. W. B. T. Seminary, Seminary Hill, Texas.
Canzoneri, Joe (B.S., 1918) (G.M., Southwestern Seminary, 1922) Mmister-Gospel Singer, Clinton Boulevard, Jackson, Miss.
Caperton, Alex C. (1856) Deceased.
Carl, Louie Tate (BA., 1929) (M.D., U. of Tennessee, 1933) Physician, Greenwood, Miss.
Carlisle, Jessie Mae (BA., 1933) Teacher, 179 Glenmary, Jackson, Miss.
Carothers, Willie Hugh, Jr. (B.S., 1907) Cotton Buyer, Greenwood, Miss.
Carpenter, James Albert (B.A., 1932) (M.A., U. of Mississippi, 1934) Teacher, Tupelo, Miss.
Carpenter, John Latimore (B.S., 1904) Deceased.
Carroway, Clyde C. (B.A., 1931) Minister-State Evangelist for Delta, Ruleville, Miss.
Carsley, Robert Armistead (B.A., 1937) Graduate Student, U. of Rich-mond, Virginia.
Carter, Hamlet Robinson (B.S., 1915) Supt. of Schools, Pontotoc, Miss.
Carter, James Johnston (B.S., 1917) Physician, Biloxi, Miss.
Carter, Jesse Garvin (B.S., 1910) (M.D., U. of Virginia) Deceased.
Carter, John Franklin (Ph.D., 1910; B.A., Ibid.,1911) (Th.D., Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary; A.M., Mercer U., Ph.D., U. of Dubuque) Pastor, Cordova, Tenn.
Carter, Roscoe Owen (B.S., 1906) Physician. Elm Grover, La.
Carter, William Owen (B.A., 1925) Minister, Route 1, Meridian, Miss.
Carter, William Peterson (B.S., 1876) Deceased.
Carver, Allen Grayson (B.A., 1935) Principal, St. Bayou School, Route 1, Anguilla, Miss.
Carver Herbert Lyman (B.A., 1937 Editor, Kermit Sun, Kermit, Texas.
Casey, Jay Tee (PhB., 1912) Business, Friars Point, Miss.
Casey, Morson Bruce Ph.B., 1910) Teacher, 4640 Rubidoux, Riverside, Calif.
Cathey, Wheeler Clifton (B.A., 1929) Teacher, Hickory Flat, Miss.
Caughman, Cephas Alien (B.A., 1914) Chancery Clerk, Raleigh, Miss.
Caughman, William Luther (B.A., 1926) Salesman, Portland Cement Co., Magee, Miss.
Causey, Emerald Marlin (B.A., 1926) (Th.M., Baptist Bible Institute, 1931; Th.D., Ibid., 1933) Pastor, Zwolle, La.
Causey, Enoch McLain (B.A., 1903) (M.D., Tulane U., 1908) Physician, Franklinton, La.
Causey, Oscar Dubose Bowen (Ph.B., 1911) Merchant, Sardis, Miss.
Caylor, Richard Lee (B.A., 1922) (M.A., Peabody College, 1930) Professor, Delta State Teachers College, Cleveland, Miss.
Chadwick, Percy Kelly (B.A., 1911) Hardware Business, Walnut Grove, Miss.
Chain, Bela J. (B.A., 1928) Supt. School, Olive Branch, Miss. Chambers, Macie Marion (B.A., 1933) Teacher, Sardis, Miss.
Chambers, Moreau Browne (B.A.. 1932) Curator and Archaeologist, Mississippi Department of Archives and History, Jackson, Miss. Home address: Clinton, Miss.
Chamblee, Olivia Pearl (B.A., 1935) Teacher, Center Hill School, Route 1, Bailey, Miss.
Chambliss, William Rutledge B.A., 1861) Deceased.
Chandler, James Gordon (B.A., 1908) Druggist, Brandon Miss.
Chapman, Estin Bartley (B.S., 1901) Deceased.
Chapman, George Beasley (B.A., 1932) Teacher, Crowder, Miss.
Chapman, George Craig, (B.A., 1932) Teacher, Junior High School, Jackson, Miss.
Chapman, James Allison (Ph.B., 1910) Pastor, Summit, Miss.
Chapman, Sam Houston (B.A., 1927) Minister-Farmer, Union Church, Miss.
Chastain, Francis Judson (B.A., 1915) (Ph.D., S. B. T. Seminary, 1932) Pastor, Lexington, Miss.
Chastain, James Garvin, Sr. (BA., 1882; D.D., Ibid., 1897) Retired Minister-Missionary, Lexington, Miss.
Chastain, James Garvin, Jr. (Ph.B., 1913) Deceased.
Cheek, Carey (B.S., 1914) (M.D., Tulane U., 1918) Physician, Springfield, Mo.
Childress, Alfred Henry (B.A., 1926) Pastor, Longview, Miss.
Clark, Abe Heath (Ph.B., 1905) Pastor, Kingsville, Texas.
Clark, Hampton Canoy (B.A., 1919) Pastor, Anco, Ky.
Clark, William Leon (B.A., 1937) Principal, Rock Hill School, Route 2, Purvis, Miss.
Clark, William Watson (B.A., 1925) Trainer, Brooklyn Baseball Club, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Clayton, William Luther (BA., 1914) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1917) Attorney, Meridian, Miss.
Clayton, William Neal (B.A., 1934) (M.S., Louisiana State U. 1937) Graduate Student, Louisiana State U., Box 1171, Baton Rouge, La.
Clemmer, Hubert Pylant (B.S. in Medicine, 1927) (M.D., Tulane U., 1930) Physician, Milan, Tenn.
Clemmer, William Ray (B.A., 1926) Deceased
Cliburn, Lomer Eugene (B.A., 1928) Teacher, Arlington School, Route 6. Philadelphia. Miss.
Cliett, Jesse David (BA., 1909.) Teacher, Tyner, Tenn.
Clinton, Ernest Wilburn (B.A., 1930) Attorney and Legislator, Route 4, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Clower, Daniel Edward (B.A., 1896) Deceased. . Cobb, Walter Leon (B.A., 1929) Supt. School, Enid, Miss.
Cochran, Lewis Randall (BA., 1922) Deceased.
Cochran, William Holmes (BA., 1935) Principal, Becham School, Pontotoc, Miss.

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