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Brother Leon C. Staton

(Daughter) Latisha Staton-Foster, center
Leon Staton, right (Photo by: Liz Bowles/Freedom ENC)

Members of a grateful community packed the Harlowe Community Center on Saturday (2-21-2009) to honor Leon C. Staton Sr. as a longtime leader in his adopted community's successClick Here To Read More

Photos by Leon C. Staton (4-12-2009)

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Growing up in Harlowe
Norma Carter Murphy, 78, of Harlowe holds a picture of the boat that carried residents to New Bern and back each Saturday. On the bow, she's the baby being held in the arms of Hazel Carter in this 1932 photo from the Natalie R. M. Taylor Collection. 

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Photos by Dennis W. Ellis (4-12-2009)

Sister Norma Carter Murphy
Photo by: Drew C. Wilson / Havelock News

Brother Dennis W. Ellis