FARRELL, Ralph - GRAY, William
Farrell, Ralph Jesse (BA., 1935) Teacher-Coach, Mize, Miss.
Fatherree, John Pleasant (BA., 1935) Medical Student, Tulane University, New Orleans, La.
Favre, Albert Rositer (B.A., 1932) 644 5. Gallatin St., Jackson, Miss.
Ferguson, Alton Earl (BA., 1907) Supt. School, Vardaman, Miss.
Ferguson, Marion Carl (B.A., 1908) Supt. School, Lonin, Miss.
Ferguson, Verrell Pennington (B.S., 1921) (M.A., Peabody) Professor of Physics, Mississippi State College for Women, Columbus, Miss.
Ferguson, Warren Earl (B.A., 1936) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
Ferguson, William Womack (B.A., 1936) Student, S. B. T. Seminary, Louisville, Ky.
Fleming, Eugene Calvin (B.A., 1921; M.A., Ibid., 1925) Educational Adviser, CCC, Abbeville, Miss.
Fleming, T. Young (B.S., 1907) Physician, Minter City, Miss.
Flowers, Joseph Bennett (B.A., 1930) (Th.M., S. W. B. T. Seminary, 1933) Pastor, Moorhead, Miss.
Flowers, Madison (Ph.B., 1902) (Th.B., S. B. T. Seminary, 1919) Pastor, Goodman, Miss.
Flowers, Malcolm Madison (B.A., 1933) Band Director, Biloxi, Miss.
Flynt, Ernest Sylvester (B.S., 1919) Pastor, Handsboro, Miss.
Flynt, Martin Luther, Jr. (B.A., 1932) (M.D., Tulane U., 1936) House Surgeon, Charity Hospital, Jackson, Miss.
Flynt, Roger Mayo (B.A., 1930) (M.D., Tulane U., 1934) Physician, Newton Infirmary, Newton. Miss.
Flynt, William Vardaman (B.A., 1932) Teacher, Goodwater School, Magee, Miss.
Fontaine, Thomas Davis (B.A., 1937) Graduate Student, U. of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, Pa.
Ford, Evon Atha (B.A., 1929) (LL.B., U. of Mississippi, 1932) Attorney and Banker, Taylorsville, Miss.
Ford, David Johnson (B.A., 1932) Salesman, Monroe Calculating Machine Co., 703 Odd Fellows Bldg., Raleigh, North Carolina,
Ford, Mrs. Janie Johnson (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Methodist Orphanage, Jackson, Miss. Home address: Clinton, Miss.
Ford, Nora Estelle (B.A., 1928) (Mrs. Sexton Berry) Housewife, New Hebron, Miss.
Ford, Thomas Jefferson (B.A., 1915) Captain U. S. Army, Chemical Warfare Service Branch, 3311 Porter St., Washington, D. C.
Fore, Dan, Jr. (BA., 1932) (Ph.D., U. of North Carolina, 1936) Research Chemist, Naval Research Laboratory, Anacostia, D. C.
Fornea, Ray Robert (BA., 1930) County Supt. of Education, Poplarville, Miss.
Fort, Mannie Almanza (B.A., 1893) Physician, Atlanta, Ga.
Fortenberry, Earl Thomas (B.A., 1937) Employee, Standard Oil Co., 1119 South St., Vicksburg, Miss.
Fortenberry, Ernest Walter (B.A., 1932) Principal, Carter’s Creek School, Holmesville, Miss.
Fortenherry, Harvey Luther (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Kirklin School, Tyler-town, Miss.
Fortenberry, Jasper Herbert (BA., 1923) Civil Engineer, State Park Division, 406 Old Merchants Bank Bldg., Jackson, Miss.
Fortenberry, William Edwards (Ph.B., 1912) Planter, Arm, Miss.
Fortenberry, Jewel Eunice (B.A., 1934) (Mrs. Roy Magee) Housewife, 3020 Downing St., Jackson, Miss.
Foster, Charles L. (B.S., 1896) Deceased.
Foster, Robert Heath (B.S., 1906) Physician, Veterans’ Hospital, Atlanta, Ga.
Fowler, Luther Frank (B.A., 1927) County Supt. of Education, Carrollton, Miss.
Fox, John Henry, Jr. (B.A., 1918) (LL.B., Yale U.) Attorney and Professor of Law, University, Miss. (Away on leave. Present Addr.: 20 Devoe St., Woodmont, Conn.
Fox, Vint Ella (B.A., 1929) Teacher, Southwest Junior College, Summit, Miss.
Franklin, Lester Cicero, Sr. (Ph.B., 1910) Attorney, Federal Trade Commission, 128 B St., N. E., Washington, D. C.
Franklin, Lester Cicero, Jr. (B.A., 1936)’ Law Student, Harvard U., 7 Perkins Hall, Oxford St., Cambridge, Mass.
Franks, Jesse Dee (B.A., 1911; D.D., Ibid., 1927) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1918) Pastor, First Baptist Church, Columbus, Miss.
Freeman, Charles Bowen (B.A., 1875) Deceased.
Freeman, Edward Robinson (B.A., 1858) Deceased.
Freeny, Thomas Harris (B.S., 1900; M.A., Ibid., 1901) Asst. Prof. of Psychology and Director of Extension, State Teachers College, Hattiesburg, Miss.
Freyman, Abraham (B.A., 1919) Business, Greenville, Miss.
Friley, William Christopher (BA., 1871) Deceased.
Fugler, Samuel Lowrey (B.A., 1917) Deceased.
Fulgham, J. H. (B.L., 1891) Deceased.
Fuller, James Luther (B.A., 1934) Medical Student, U. of Louisville, Louisville, Ky.
Fulton, Doss Golden (B.A., 1925) Teacher-Coach, Starkville, Miss.
Fulton, James Prentiss (B.A., 1933) Principal, Ellison Ridge School, Fearn Springs, Miss.
Funchess, Troy Albert (B.A., 1928) Teacher, Copiah-Lincoln Junior College, Wesson, Miss.
Fuqua, Mack Castleman (B.A., 1936) Chemist, State Highway Dept., Jackson, Miss.
Furniss, Wilburn. Edward (B.A., 1932) Teacher-Coach, Wilson, Ark.
Futch, Edward D. (BA., 1883) Merchant, Ballinger, Texas.
Futch, James Bedwell (B.S., 1902) Salesman, Jackson, Miss.
Gandy, George (B.A., 1925) Attorney, Collins, Miss.
Gandy, Robert (B.A., 1921) State Agent, Commonwealth Life Ins. Co., Deposit Guaranty Bank Bldg., Jackson, Miss.
Gandy, Walter Sylvester (B.A., 1927) Supt. School, Edwards, Miss.
Garber, Velva Lois (B..A., 1931) (Mrs. John A. Powell) Housewife, Cairo, Ga.
Garland, Jefferson Taylor (B.A., 19 28) Planter, Pickens, Miss.
Garner, James Louis (B.A., 1905) Merchant, McComb, Miss.
Garret, Janice (B.A., 1928) (Mrs. Roger C. Thompson) Housewife, Port Gibson, Miss.
Garrett, Owen Leonard (B.A., 1932) Supt. School, Braxton, Miss.
Garrett, Sidney Burnett (B.A., 1928) Ice Cream Manufacturer, Carthage, Miss.
Garrison, Harvey Franklin, Jr. (BA., 1925) (M.D., U. of Tennessee, 1929) Physician, Lamar Life Bldg., Jackson, Miss.
Gaston, Katie Bell (B.A., 1936) Teacher, Star, Miss.
Gates, John Paul (B.A., 1927) Federal Income Tax Collector, 1709 - 19 Ave., Gulfport, Miss.
Gates, John Vernon (Ph.B., 1910) Vice-Pres. City Coal & Lumber Co., 306 Alexander St., Jackson, Miss.
Gates, Lewis G. (B.L., 1899) Pastor, First Baptist Church, Laurel, Miss.
Gay, George Hamilton (B.A., 1932) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1935) Pastor, Marks, Miss.
George, Guy Homer (B.A., 1923) Pastor, Guthrie, Okla.
Gilbert, Luther Clyde (B.S., 1918) (Ph.D., U. of Chicago, 1930) Teacher, 6119 Kimbard, Chicago, Ill.
Gilbert, Martin J. (B.A., 1929) Student, Baptist Bible Institute, New Orleans, La.
Gilchrist, Malcoln Daniel (B.A., 1926) Chemist, Universal Oil Products Co., London, England.
Gill, George Lloyd (B.A., 1932) ProfessIonal Baseball Player, Detroit Club, Detroit, Mich.
Gill, Jesse B. (B.A., 1913) County Supt. of Education, Brandon, Miss.
Gillentine, William Andrew, Jr. (BA., 1926) Physician, 1906A Broadway St., Nashville, Tenn.
Gillespie, James William, Jr. (B.A., 1935) Teacher, Thyatira, Miss.
Gillespie, Walter Dewey (B.A., 1920) Civil Engineer, Jonesville, La.
Gillis, Joseph Alonzo (B.A., 1924) Farmer, Route 1, Crystal Springs, Miss.
Gillis, Malcoln Elisha (B.A., 1923) (MS., U. of Tennessee, 1931) Instructor, U. of Tennessee, Knoxville, Tenn.
Gillis, Nannie Ethel (B.A., 1934) County Supt. of Education, Magnolia, Miss.
Gillon John William, Jr. (B.A., 1922) Attorney, Birmingham, Ala.
Gipson, Thomas Jefferson (B.A., 1927) Business Manager, Whitworth College, Brookhaven, Miss.
Girling, Robert George Washington (B.A., 1925) Rural Mail Carrier, McComb, Miss..
Godbold, Edgar (B.S., 1905; MA., Ibid., 1908; LL.D., Ibid., 1930) Secretary, Missouri General Baptist Association, 1023 Grand Ave., Kansas City, Mo.
Godbold, Mary Lou Gray (Mrs. T. H.) (B.A., 1934) Teacher, Lucien, Miss.
Godbold, Tillman Herring (B.A., 1934) Principal, Lucien, Miss.
Godman, George Everard (B.A., 1914) (M.D., Tulane U., 1928) Physician, Quitman, Miss.
Golden, Leo Bernice, Sr. (B.A., 1931) (Th.M., S. B. T. Seminary, 1928) Pastor, Immanuel Baptist Church, Tulsa, Okla.
Golding, Boyd Eugene (B.A., 1937) Teacher, Mars Hill School, Summit, Miss.
Goldsby, Robert Echols (B.S., 1920) Attorney, Care The First Boston Corporation, New York City, N. Y. Residence: 30 Euclid Ave., Maplewood, New Jersey.
Gonia, Julius Buford (B.A., 1934) Learned, Miss.
Gooch, James E. (B.A., 1937) Minister, Sandersville, Miss.
Gooch, Lee Elwin (B.A., 1924) Teacher, Hernando, Miss.
Goodson, Arthur Lee (B.A., 1917) Teacher, Route 1, Box 20, Collins, Miss.
Gordon, James Otis (B.S., 1917) (M.D., Northwestern U., 1922) Physician, Memphis, Tenn.
Gordon, Marlee Martin (B.A., 1935) Teacher-Coach, Olive Branch, Miss.
Gordy, Walter (B.A., 1932) (Ph.D., U. of North Carolina, 1933) Prof. of Science, Mary Hardin-Baylor College, Belton, Texas.
Gore, John Ellis (BA., 1925) Minister, Mantee, Miss.
Gotcher, Vernon Alfred (B.A., 1924) Physician, Pine Bluff, Ark.
Gowan, Frank Young (B.A., 1930) Teacher, Pontotoc, Miss.
Gowan, Louis Lamar (B.A., 1931) Farmer, McAdams, Miss.
Gower, Tom Crosswell (B.S., 1916) Farmer, Baldwyn, Miss.
Graf, Harold Fellrath (BA., 1937) Teacher, West Enterprise, Miss.
Granberry, Dennis Webb (B.A., 1895) Osteopath, 136 Main St., Orange, New Jersey.
Granberry, George Crawford (1854) Deceased.
Granberry, James Asaph (B.A., 1878) Deceased.
Granberry, Leska (B.A., 1924; M.A., Ibid., 1925) (Mrs. C. W. Byrd) Housewife, 184 1/2 Sylvester St., Barberton, Ohio.
Granberry, Stephen Collier (B.A., 1861) Deceased.
Granberry, T. E. (B.A., 1898) Merchant, Hazlehurst, Miss.
Grantham, Malcolm Kenneth (B.A., 1929) Office Employee, Standard Oil Co., Jackson, Miss.
Graves, William Tillman (B.A., 1918) Minister, Lucedale, Miss.
Gray, Baron DeKalb (M.A., 1878; D.D., Ibid., 1890) Secretary-Emeritus, Baptist Home Mission Board, 614 North Main St., College Park, Ga.
Gray, James Walter (B.A., 1925) Minister-Insurance Agent, 735 N. President St., Jackson, Miss.
Gray, Robert Merrill (B.A., 1932) (M. Journalism, U. of Missouri, 1934) Newspaper Work, Commercial Appeal, Memphis, Tenn.
Gray, William Wesley (B.A., 1913) Business, Prentiss, Miss.
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