George Shuford Ramseur

…Flora of the Carolinas by Radford, Ahles & Bell in 1968. In the spring of 1957, Ramseur collected with NCU Curator Harry E. Ahles for “Flora of the Carolinas” in…

Mary Cloyd Burnley Stifler

…bryophytes BPI: United States Department of Agriculture: fungi CUP: Cornell University: fungi DUKE: bryophytes F: Field Museum: fungi, bryophytes, algae FLAS: University of Florida: fungi, pteridophytes, bryophytes, lichens ISC: Iowa…

Lewis Henry Lighthipe

…Garden, named Phlox lighthipei in honor of Rev. Lighthipe. This wildflower is found in pinelands of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. There is a single record of Phlox lighthipei from…

Alma Joslyn Whiffen Barksdale

…wrote a memorial to Dr. Whiffen Barksdale in Mycologia, a journal in which she published frequently. “It is always difficult to write of the life and the loss of a…

Charles Clinton Lindley, Jr.

…70 is buried in Moores Chapel Cemetery, Saxapahaw, Alamance County, North Carolina.(2)   Obituary, Charles Clinton Lindley, Jr. Originally published in Charlotte Observer on June 23,2002. https://www.legacy.com/guestbooks/charlotte/charles-lindley-condolences/377869?cid=full accessed on 14…

Josiah Hale

…to have survived synonymy is Verbena halei Small “In sandy soil, Indian Territory to Louisiana and Texas, Spring and summer… Louisiana: Dr. Hale, no. 245.”5 Other plant taxa named in…

Nathan Barrows

…York City in 1857, he was house surgeon in Belleview Hospital in that city. He moved to Falmouth, Massachusetts in 1859 and practiced medicine there until 1864. While in Falmouth…

Mildred Gant Stites Reed

…two-year to a four-year institution and fostered its outreach to native Americans.”2 Mildred was survived by spouse John F. Reed and sons John, Robert, and James.1,2 She is buried in…