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Julius Walker Wright
"Julius Walker Wright (1838-1878), lawyer and Confederate soldier, was the son of Joshua G. and Mary Ann Wright of Wilmington, N.C. Julius married Mollie Murdock in 1868 and moved to Kansas City, Mo."
[Murdock and Wright Family Papers, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, North Carolina] [Papers include "abstracts of sermons, poems, and articles written by J.W. Wright."] [The OCLC abstracts for the papers use both the name Julius Walker Wright and Junius Walker Wright.]
Julius Wright was a lawyer in Statesville, North Carolina. [See, Asahel Norton Brockway, Catalogue of the Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity 119 (New York: Council Publishing Co., 1900), listing Julius Walker Wright as an 1858 "Active Member" of the Beta Chapter, Delta Kappa Epsilon Fraternity, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill.]