Greenville: Mrs. J. T. Welch; Keysville: Mrs. R. W. Bobbitt Raleiah: Mr. and Mrs. Garland Bobbitt and daughter, Miss Helen Bobbitt, Dr. Sam L. Bobbitt and Mrs. Bobbitt, and Misses Betty and Nancy Bobbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Bobbitt, Mr. and Mrs. Rogers and daughters; Rocky Mount: Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. Bobbitt, Miss Ruth Hart, Miss Annie Upton, J. R. Bobbitt, Mr. and Mrs. F. I. Rudy, Mrs. George Clay, Mrs. Wiley Clay and daughter, Bobbitt Clay, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Perkinson and daughter Betty Ruth; Franklinton: Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Henderson, Miss Marie White, Henry Shearin, Mr. and Mrs. Opie Hays, Mrs. D. J. Best, Mrs. Nonnie B. Harris, Brooks Harris; Henderson: Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Bobbitt, Mrs. J. A. Bobbitt, Carl Wester; Lumberton: Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Lee, Mr. and Mrs. William Osborne Lee; Youngsville: Mrs. Mamie Winston, Miss Frances Winston, Miss Nancy Winston.
(There was also a list of visitors which was torn from the original article.)
Most of the family names are among the oldest family names to be found in North Carolina. Many have multiple connections to the Bobbitt family beginning in the late 1700's and early 1800's and again in the early 1900's. The majority who attended these reunions were descendants of Lewis Bobbitt Senior who went to North Carolina from Virginia in 1753.
Bobbitt family members from time to time and in various localities have tried to keep in touch with their heritage and their relatives. Histories of Bobbitt families having such reunions may be found in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Ohio, Missouri, Texas, and Mississippi.