COGHLAN - DERRICK
Coghlan, Roxie (BA., 1997) Teacher, Zion School, Route 1, Edinbnrg, Miss.
Cole, Alex Murphy (B.A., 1933) Radio Technician (With Army), Corozal, Panama.
Cole, Frank Shuler (B.A., 1927) Salesman, Cole Brothers & Fox, Wholesalers, Canton, Miss.
Cole, James CUfton (B.A., 1904) Teacher-Physician, Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Cole, Wilbur Franks (B.A., 1934) Mercantile Business, Philadelphia, Miss.
Coleman, Francis Carter (D.A., 1935) Medical Student, Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Coleman, Francis Marion, Jr. (B.A., 1909) (Ph.B., U. of Chicago, 1912) Building Contractor, Robinson Rd., Jackson, Miss.
Coleman, Henry James (B.A., 1906) Real Estate Business, Cushing, Oklahoma.
Coleman, James W. (B.A., 1857) Deceased.
Coleman, Mildred Elizabeth (B.A., 1931) Teacher, State Line, Miss.
Collier, John Allen (Ph.B., 1911) Planter, Leland, Miss.
Collins, Ernest Lee (B.S., 1901) Physician, Tyro, Miss.
Collins, Henry Clay (B.S., 1910) Teacher, Myrtle, Miss.
Collins, Hubert Madison (B.S., 1902) Minister-Teacher, Van Vleet, Miss.
Collins, Hugh Guyton (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Van Vleet, Miss.
Collins, Jacob Greene (B.L., 1874) Deceased.
Collins, J. W. (B.S., 1885) Deceased.
Collums, Dason Leland (B.A., 1928) Oil Business, Bruce, Miss.
Colter, Henry Buchanan (B.A., 1916) Pastor, Jackson, Mo.
Compere, Ebenezer L. (B.A., 1857) Deceased.
Compere, Robert Lee (B.A., 1927) Service Station Operator, Florence, Miss.
Compere, William Lowrey (BA., 1928) Student, Baptist Bible Institute and Pastor, Franklinton, La.
Conerly, George Fleet (Ph.D., 1915) Patient, Veterans’ Hospital, Biloxi, Miss.
Conerly, Lucia Myrtis (BA., 1929) Teacher, Newton, Miss.
Conerly, Thelma (B.A., 1927) Teacher, Natchez, Miss.
Coney, Thelma David (BA., 1930) (Mrs. R. A. Esarey) Housewife, 713 Camp St., Hattiesburg, Miss.
Conn, John Pinkney, Jr. (B.A., 1936) Aviation Service, Navy Dept., Honolulu, Hawaii.
Conn, Miller Wade (B.A., 1929) (Ph.D., U. of North Carolina, 1933) Research Chemist, Phillips Petroleum Co., Bartlesville, OkIa.
Cook, James E. (B.A., 1929) Principal, Ponta School, Rout. 4, Meridian, Miss.
Cooke, Jesse Green (BA., 1928) Minister, Linden, Texas.
Cook, John Wright, Jr. (BA., 1936) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Mullins Hall, Louisville, Ky.
Cooper, G. Austin (B.A., 1924) (Th.M., S. W. B. T. Seminary, 1928) Pastor, Dyne Memorial Baptist Church, 801 N. Jackson, Albany, Ga.
Cooper, Otis Noah (BA.. 1928) Principal, Anding School, Bentonia, Miss.
Cooper, Paul Berry (B.A., 1922) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary) Pastor,
Jackson Heights Baptist Church, 3310 - 22 Ave., Tampa, Fin.
Cooper, Robert Alanson (B.S., 1884) Minister, Blue Mountain, Miss.
Cooper, Robert Berry (BA., 1911) Banker, Grenada, Miss.
Cooper, Silas Berry (B.A., 1922) Th.M., S. D. T. Seminary, 1929) Pastor, Calvary Baptist Church, Tupelo, Miss.
Cooper, S. G. (B.A., 1888) Deceased.
Cooper, William Lowrey (BA., 1925) Pastor, Southside Baptist Church. Montgomery, Ala.
Cooper, William Richard (Ph.B., 1902; D.D., Ibid., 1930) (Th.G., S. B. T. Seminary, 1908) Pastor, Tylertown, Miss.
Cotten, Willis Frank B.S. in Medicine, 1927) Physician, Miss.
Cottingham, Katy Lee (D.A., 1936) Teacher, Morgan City, Miss.
Courtney, Dewey Bryan (B.A., 1924) Business, Steele, Mo.
Cowan, Lucius Roscoe (B.A., 1922) Postal Clerk, 440 West 4 St., Hattiesburg, Miss.
Coward, Tom (B.A., 1933) Teacher, Taylorsyille, Miss.
Cowart, Mary Louise (B.A., 1930) (Mrs. Robert Dale) Teacher, Prentiss, Miss.
Cowley, Benjamin C. (B.A., 1924) Chief Chemist, Gelatin Products Co., 8921 Littlefield St., Detroit, Mich.
Cowsert, Jack Jamison (B.A., 1915) Minister and Missionary, Caixa 352, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, South America.
Cowsert, Vernon H. (B.A., 1887) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary) Pastor, 2438 Palm Drive, Hermosa Beach, Calif.
Cox, Carey Edward (B.A., 1934) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
Cox, Inda Maxine (B.A., 1937) Employee, Commercial Service Dept., Bell Telephone Co., 715 Main St., Hattiesburg, Miss.
Cox, Theo DeWitt (B.L., 1896) Minister, 304 Tuscan Ave., Hattiesburg. Miss.
Coxwell, R. C. (B.S., 1896) Physician.
Craft, Peter Benjamin (B.A., 1919) Teacher, RFD, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Craft, Sylvester W. (B.A., 1924) Supt. School, Heidelberg, Miss.
Craft, William Swinton (B.S., 1919) Teacher, Mt. Hermon, La.
Cranford, David Tandy (B.A., 1037) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky., and Pastor, Rosedale, Miss.
Crawford, Benjamin Lampton (B.A., 1901) Physician, Tylertown, Miss.
Crawford, Charles Edgar (B.A., 1858) Deceased.
Crawford, Charles Elvin (B.A., 1930) Teacher-Coach, High School 200 Walley St., Hattiesburg, Miss.
Crawford, Everett Howell (B.A., 1932) (M.D., U. of Tennessee, 1935) Physician, Tylertown, Miss.
Crawford, William Marcus (B.A., 1928) Farmer, Sicily Island, La.
Crawley, Carl Lee (Ph.B., 1910) Supt. Schools, Hollandale, Miss.
Crawley, Ralph W. (BA., 1926) Teacher-Coach, High School, Jackson, Miss.
Crick, E. Z. (BA., 1934) Deceased.
Cross, John Brunson (B.S., 1919) (B.S., M.D., U. of Mississippi, 1922; M.D., Northwestern U., 1924) Physician, Atlanta, Ga.
Crowe, Myrtis (B.A., 1933) Teacher, Braxton, Miss.
Crowe, Ruth Hazel (B.A., 1931; MA., Ibid., 1933) Teacher, Laurel Hill School, Route 1, Carthage, Miss.
Crum, Orville Clifton (B.A., 1861) Deceased.
Cullom, Peter Edwin (B.A., 1932) Chaplain in CCC Camps, 315 Lindsey St., Jackson, Miss.
Culpepper, Cecil Wallace (BA., 1936) Band Director, Booneville, Miss.
Culpepper, John Pet (B.L., 1893) Minister-Teacher, Poplarville, Miss.
Cupit, John Thomas (B.A., 1907) Teacher, Rosepine, La.
Currie, Nolan Ray, Jr. (B.A., 1935) 801 Arlington St., Jackson, Miss.
Curry, Hugh Kimbriel (B.A., 1931) (M.D., U. of Tennessee, 1936) Physician, Eupora, Miss.
Daily, Max Howard (B.A., 1931) Teacher, Como, Miss.
Dale, Isaac Frederic (Ph.B., 1913) Merchant, Prentiss, Miss.
Dale, J. T. (B.L., 1896) Minister, Collins, Miss.
Dale, Robert Fulton (B.S., 1921) Merchant, Prentiss, Miss.
Dale, Sebron Culpepper (B.A., 1929) (M.D., Tulane University, 1935) Interne, U. of Pennsylvania Hospital, Philadelphia, Pa.
Dalehite, William Moore (B.A., 1931) Teacher, Arkahutla, Miss. Dalrymple, E. C. (BA., 1898) Deceased.
Dampeer, Clyde E. (B.S., 1917) Merchant, New Hebron, Miss.
Dampeer, Eula Clegg (B.A., 1924) (Mrs. W. B. Kenna) Housewife, Lexington, Miss.
Dampeer, J. M. (B.S., 1889) Deceased.
Dampeer, John Oscar (B.S., 1917) Business, Summit, Miss.
Dana, Harvey Eugene (Ph.B., 1911; B.A., 1920) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1919; Th.D., Ibid., 1920) Professor of Greek and New Testament, S. W. B. T. Seminary, Seminary Hill, Texas.
Daniel, Donnie C. (B.A., 1925) Bank Clerk, Silver Creek, Miss.
Darby, Robert Riley (B.A., 1930) Agent, Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co., Laurel, Miss.
Darling, William Thomas (B.A., 1915) Minister, New Albany, Miss.
Davidson, Victor King (BA., 1935) Principal, Strayhorn School, RFD, Sarah, Miss.
Davis, Ada Lynn (BA., 1937) Teacher, Brandon, Miss.
Davis, Ben Gilmer (BA., 1915) Deceased.
Davis, Charles Thomas (BA., 1916) Minister, Clinton, Miss.
Davis, James Rex (B.A., 1922) Automobile Dealer, Gulfport, Miss.
Davis, Josie Douglas (BA., 1930) Proprietor, Davis Seed & Feed Store, Jackson, Miss.
Davis, Marshall A. (BA., 1925) Supt. School, Plantersvilie, Miss.
Davis, Montie Alvis (B.A., 1923) Pastor, Union, Miss.
Davis, Paul Duncan (B.A., 1935) Postoffice employee, 349 South Prentiss St., Jackson, Miss.
Davis, Sidney DeWitt (B.A., 1932) Asst. Bank Cashier, Mendenhall, Miss. Davis, Stuart McDougal (B.A., 1928) Bookkeeper, Heath Motor Co., Port Gibson, Miss.
Davis, Thomas W., Jr. (B.A., 1928) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1931) Attorney, Purvis, Miss.
Davis, W. D. (B.S., 1898) Banker, Federal Land Bank, New Orleans, La. Davis, Walter Fred (B.A., 1910) Insurance, Indianola, Miss.
Davis, William Penn (BA., 1929) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
Davis, Winson Woodward (B.S., 1896) Deceased.
Dean, Robert Augustus (Ph.B., 1913) Merchant, 911 Overlook Terrace, Louisville, Ky.
Dearman, Carey Elmer (BA., 1915) Minister, Cuba, Ala.
Dearman, Ernest Halbert (B.A., 1931) Pastor, Improve Church, RFD, Columbia, Miss.
Deaton, Harold Spencer (B.A., 1929) Attorney, Calhoun, Ga.
Deaton, James Spencer (Ph.B., 1917) Pastor, First Baptist Church, Salem, Mo.
Dees, Bowen Causey (B.A., 1937) Graduate Student, New York University, New York, N.Y.
Dees, Calvin Eugene, Jr. (B.A., 1927) Supt. School, Van Cleave, Miss.
Dees, Randal Eusta B.S., 1912) (M.A., Harvard U., 1931) Instructor, U. S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Md.
Delk, Vardy Randolph (B.A., 1931) (MS., Tulane U., 1936) Junior Inspector, Internal Revenue Tax Unit, 1807 Pere Marquette Bldg., New Orleans, La.
Denley, George Edwin, Jr. (B.A., 1937) Teacher, Savannah School, Poplarville, Miss.
Denman, Richard Philip (B.S., 1908) Attorney, Greenwood, Miss.
Denman, William Emmett (B.S., 1904) Physician, Greenwood, Miss.
Dennis, Crawford Granberry (B.A., 1934) Salesman, Terry, Miss.
Denson, Charles Hackett (B.S., 1907) Ins. Business, 614 N. Congress St., Jackson, Miss.
Denson, Joe Jefferson (BA., 1913) County Tax Assessor, Bay Springs, Miss.
Dent, Edward L. (B.A., 1903) Attorney, Collins, Miss.
Denton, Alva Lawrence B.A., 1929) Teacher-Coach, Hinds Junior College, Raymond, Miss.
DePriest, Thomas Byron (BA., 1923) (M.A., U. of Colorado, 1932) Teacher, Mt. Zion School, Route 3, Mt. Olive, Miss.
Derrick, Mark James (B.L., 1895) Deceased.
Derrick, William Jacob, Jr. (B.A., 1934) Minister-Teacher, Bay, Arkansas.
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