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Annie Abernathy, teacher at Sabino School

Mrs. Bessie Abernathy, teacher at Hinchcliff School, 1908-1909

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Eloise Abel Babb, elementary education, Darling, Lambert, Crowder

Miss Allie Barnes, teacher at Belen (She married Oscar Carr.)

Professor William Benson, founder of Marks Industrial High School

Warner Benson, Marks Colored School

Julia Birdsong

Frank M. Bizzell, the first teacher to have charge of the new and improved school, 1909-1912

Minnie Blair

Mrs. Alberta Bohannon, Marks Industrial High School

Charles S. Boothe

Emma Bowen

Ida Brooks

Annie E. Bryan, teacher at Turner School, 1906

Parlee Hicks Burres, Adult Basic Education, Silent Grove

C

Miss Freida Claussen, taught kindergarten in her home, 1932-1933

Henry B. Coleman

Phil Coleman, day school teacher

D

Frances Dickey

Sarah E. Dickey

John Digilio, Band Director at Marks High School, All Superior Band 1955, the first Band Director to do so

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Ethel Drane, first teacher at Belen School

E

S. R. Evans, agricultural teacher, Lambert High School
He won a place on the honor roll of Mississippi’s Master Agriculture Teachers in 1932.

Lona Ewing, Marks Colored School

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William Fair, teacher, Crowder

Minnie Fox

G

D. M. Gates, teacher, Posey Mound Colored School

Mrs. D. M. Gates, teacher, Posey Mound Colored School

Wordie Gidean

Helen Tate Strickland Goddard, Reading Supervisor for the Quitman County Public School System for 15 years

Sallie Gore, teacher at Vance Line School

Mrs. S. S. Gore, teacher at Vance Line School

H. D. Graham, Vocational Agriculture Teacher

Emma Green

Katie E. Green

Venus Greggs, teacher, WPA Adult Education classes

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Mrs. Vera Hays, teacher, WPA Adult Education classes

Jessie Eddison Hill, teacher, Jennings Negro School

Mrs. J. E. Hill, teacher

Julia A. Hill

Miss Carrie Hood, teacher at Belen (She married Dr. McCurdy.)

F. D. Hunter, Jr., teacher, Friendship School

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Mrs. Ross Ingram, organized a kindergarten in her home, 1934

Sallie Ingram, first teacher at Lost Lake School

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Minnie B. Jackson, teacher at Turner School, 1907

Mrs. Kathrine (nee Reedy) Jamison, taught kindergarten and kindred subjects at Marks High School

Ienas Johnson

Mrs. Joseph Johnson

Mattie Jones, Assistant Teacher, Elliot

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Fannie Mae Lloyd, Compress and Lambert Colored Schools

Mrs. Lucile Talbert Lowrey, county supervisor of the WPA Adult Education classes

Mrs. Lucile Talbert Lowrey, taught kindergarten and kindred subjects at Marks High School

Mrs. P. H. Lowrey, taught kindergarten in her home

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Ida Mason, teacher, WPA Adult Education classes

Mary McArthur

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McNair, first teachers at Walnut Consolidated High School (along with Catherine Rowan)

Ruth McNeely

William Morgan

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Miss Kate Orr

Mollie Orr

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Mrs. Sarah Elizabeth Phillips

Ora Lee Porter, teacher, Marks High School

Mrs. Lula O. Prater

Miss Puryear

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Catherine Reedy, taught kindergarten and kindred subjects at Marks High School

W. A. Richardson

Linna Rivers, teacher, WPA Adult Education classes

Catherine Rowan, first teacher at Walnut Consolidated High School (along with the McNairs)

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Katie Sailors

Louisa Simmons

Miss Jennie Simpson (She married Shine Turner.)

Mrs. Virgil Cooper Sims, teacher at Hinchcliff School

Rev. J. L. Smart

J. A. Smith, teacher at Hinchcliff, 1907-1908

Mary E. Smith

Minnie O. Smith

Edna Stephenson, teacher, WPA Adult Education classes

Emma Stiffis

Annie Mae Swan, teacher, Darling

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Ruth Terry, teacher, WPA Adult Education classes

Mrs. Lucille Thompson, Marks Industrial High School

Professor R. W. Thompson

Mrs. Tomlinson

Mrs. Ethel Tucker, Marks Industrial High School

Jennie S. Turner (nee Simpson)

Lelia Cox Turner

Mrs. Minnie E. Turner, teacher at Hinchcliff School

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Callie Rome Woods

Mrs. Myrtle Wright, Marks Industrial High School

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