CARTER FAMILY


FROM DON
dsellers@digitalexp.com
Marie, As you can see I have provided additional information on the Carter family. In one way or the other all of Anthony's children were involved with the Civil War. One of the boys, Jasper, deserted from the CSA and joined the Union Army and then deserted the Union Army at the Battle Of Marianna, Jackson County, Florida. If you need all of that info I'll have to sit down and type it up. Just let me know. All of these Carters are in my line through the marriage of Delilah Sellers to Jakenious Carter. Delilah is a sister to my Great Grandfather, John Sellers.
 
I know that someone, somewhere might need this information since the Sellers' and Carter's seem to intermingle throughout our past.
 
Thanks,
Don
 
 
1880 WASHINGTON CO, FL CENSUS = SOUNDEX =0 SELLERS
 Census Place: Orange Hill, Washington, Florida
 Source: FHL Film 1254132  National Archives Film T9-0132     Page 522A
 Relation Sex Marr Race Age Birthplace
Sampson is the son of Anthony T. Carter, B: VA, 1791, Anthony served in the war of 1812 as a Private in the 7th Regiment Virginia Militia. Anthony enlisted on Aug 16, 1814 and was honorably discharged on Feb 22, 1815. On Jul 17, 1825, Anthony married Sarah Durden in Walton County, Georgia. 1830 census shows him in Houston County, GA, between 1830 and 1840 Houston County was divided and Macon County created. 1840 and 1850 census' shows Anthony in Macon CountyAnthony next appears on Washington County tax rolls for 1851. Anthony's life is documented until his death in the spring of 1860. Both, Anthony and Sarah Durden Carter, are believed to buried in Barfield Cemetery, Washington County, Florida.
Sampson CARTER Self M  W 45 GA B: Aug 26, 1836, D: 1915, Buried: Barfield Cemetery, Wausau, Washington County, Florida, Conscripted CSA: Sep 22, 1862(Shown as deserter on Nov 23, 1862)., Feb 14, 1863 enlisted in Captain Curry's Independent Florida Infantry at West Bay, Florida. Records show that Sampson served until Dec, 1863, records after this date were destroyed.
 Occ: Farmer Fa: --- Mo: ---
Amanda CARTER Other F  W 35 NC(Amanda Jane Sellers)Dau of Henry L. Sellers and Susannah (Hetty/Hettie) Bryant
   Fa: NC Mo: NC
James A. CARTER Son M S W 18 FL(A.=Anthony or Antney)B:Sep24, 1860, Wausau, Washington County, Fl.. Buried in Barfield Cemetery, Wausau. Married: Bette Gainer. Children: 1. Laura, 2. Luthern
   Fa: GA Mo: NC
Sally CARTER Dau F S W 16 FL(Sarah Jane (Sally) B: Mar 12, 1862, Wausau, Fl., Buried: Orange Hill Cemetery, Washington County, Fl., Married: John Walkup. Children: 1. Joe, 2. John
   Fa: GA Mo: NC
Henry Thomas, B: Nov 14, 1864, Died about 1870 in Wausau, Fl.
Jasper CARTER Son M S W 13 FL(Jasper Newton Carter)B:Nov 12, 1865, Buried: Barfield Cemetery, Wausau. Married: Hannah Jane Owens. Children: 1. Doc, 2. Lundy, 3. Dewey, 4. Benjamin, 5. A daughter who married a Hendrike(SIC?)
   Fa: GA Mo: NC
Manasseh CARTER Son M S W 11 FL(Manassas)B: Dec 27, 1869, Died: Oct 14, 1890, Buried: Barfield Cemetery, Wausau, Fl., Married: Mindy Shores, Children: 1. Sampson, 2. Lonnie, 3. Carl
   Fa: GA Mo: NC
Charles CARTER Son M S W 9 FL(Charles Sampson)B: Jun 11, 1871, Died: Mar 24, 1939, Buried: Barfield Cemetery, Wausau, Fl., Married: Sara Daniels, Children: 1. Sterling, 2. Western, 3. Silas, 4. Lloyd
   Fa: GA Mo: NC
Doctor CARTER Son M S W 7 FL (Franklin (Doctor))B: Sep 4, 1873, Died: Oct 8, 1944, Buried: Double Pond Cemetery, Washington County, Fl., Married: Ellafair Daniels, Children: 1. Jeff, 2. Brown, 3. Neelie, 4. Bee, 5. Annie
   Fa: GA Mo: NC
Elizabeth CARTER Dau F S W 6 FL(Amanda Elizabeth)B: Feb 2, 1875, Died in Jackson County, Florida, Buried: Shady Grove Cemetery, Married: Jim Reynolds
   Fa: GA Mo: NC
John CARTER Son M S W 3 FL(John Bernard Laspier)(Named after Dr. Bernard Laspier who was born 1832 in NC and was living in Washington County, Fl in 1860)B: Dec 16, 1877, Married: Olive Russ
   Fa: GA Mo: NC
Jakenious Carter, B: Nov 16, 1880, D: Jan 30, 1909, Buried: Hard Labor Cemetery, Washington County, Fl. Married: Delilah Sellers, Children: 1. Della, 2. John
 
Emily Carter, B: Oct 31, 1882, Buried: Duncan Cemetery, Married: Ned Simmons, Children: 1. Raymond, 2. Jesse, 3. Felton, 4. Edison
 
Samuel D. Carter, B: Mar 31, 1885, Died in Jackson County, Fl., Married: Avey Jenkins, Children: 1. Audrey, 2. Evelyn, 3. William, 4. Aaron, 5. Dosie, 6. Hazel
 
Joel Carter, B: Mar 30, 1886, D: May 3, 1910, Buried: Barfield Cemetery, Married: Jenny Yates, Children: 1. J.L.
 
Henry Hosea Carter, B: Feb 22, 1889 in Wausau, Fl. He attended schools in Washington County, Florida. He was an active member of the Methodist Church. He was a Mason, teacher, farmer, merchant and gentleman. He inherited and lived on Sampson Carter's land. On Mar 11, 1909 he married Mary Alice Jones. He died on May 11, 1968 in Wausau, Fl. and is buried at Wausau Memorial Gardens. Children: 1. Beatrice, 2. Neroy, 3. Bertha Inez, 4. Mary Lucille, 5. Milton Grant, 6. Henry Hubert, 7. Mary Alice
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YOU need any of our page numbers, advise. don't believe much added.
WE could use civil war info on these Boys, will Show WHERE born in NC, would help you.
marie, iowa
 
-----Original Message-----
From: Don Sellers [mailto:dsellers@digitalexp.com]
Sent: Tuesday, August 27, 2002 10:18 PM
To: marie sellers hollinger
Subject: Cross over branch's of SELLERS
 

Marie,
I know it's been awhile since I last contacted you but, I haven't been very productive in my research.
 
Recently I received papers that show I have a cross over in my Sellers line and I was wondering if you could point me in the right direction.
 
I am looking for information on HENRY L. SELLERS and SUSANNAH (HETTY) BRYANT. One of thier daughters Amanda Jane Sellers married Sampson Carter. It is my understanding that Henry and Sussannah came from North Carolina, (Do you have any idea where?) They had 6 children as shown below:
 
Tucanius
Henry
Roberet Melvin
DeWitt Clinton
Sussannah
Amanda Jane
 
This is probably not the order of birth. Amanda met and married Sampson sometime prior to 1860 in Georgia. Prior to 1850 Henry L. Sellers moved his family to Washington County, Florida. There are numerous documents verifying that they were in Washington County.
 
The cross over comes when a son of Sampson and Amanda Jane Carter marries Delilah Sellers my great aunt. As far as I know at this point Henry L. Sellers and my great aunt are not related. (Note: This Carter family also moved to Washington County, Florida around the same time the Sellers family did.)
 
Any suggestions/ comments would be appreciated. Hopefully I have made it a shade clearer that pure mud and you can make heads or tails out of it. I know I have seen the name Hetty/Hettie and Henry Sellers linked somewhere, just can't recall where.
 
I appreciate any time that you may give to this and I thank you in advance.
 
Sincerely,
Donald L. Sellers



  From:
       "Moses" <moses@westberry.com>
      SCROOTS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject:  Re: [SC] CARTER, George, William, Jesse
 

I have this on them.

Moses
Descendants of William Carter
 
 
 

Generation No. 1
 

1. WILLIAM3 CARTER (GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born Abt. 1785 in South Carolina,
and died Abt. 1855 in Georgia. He married MARGARET DURRENCE, daughter of
WILLIAM DURRENCE.

Notes for WILLIAM CARTER:

William Carter, the first sheriff of Appling County, was born in South
Carolina, Colleton District, in 1795, a son of George Carter and a brother
of Capt. Jesse Carter. He came with his father to Tattnall County about
1810, thence to Appling County in 1819, where he lived until his death about
1855.

William Carter's wife's maiden name cannot be learned. They were married
evidently in Tattnall County but no record appears there of the marriage.

Mr. Carter was Sheriff of Appling County in 1820-1822, and then served 1823
as Representative in the legislature from his county. He was a private in
the Indian War in 1838 in Capt. N. J. Holton's company of Appling County
militia.

His home was near Stephen O'Quin's farm in Appling County.
 

Children of WILLIAM CARTER and MARGARET DURRENCE are:

i. MARGARET4 CARTER, m. WILLIAM BROOKER.

ii. SARAH CARTER, b. 1808; m. WILLIAM ROBESON; b. 1808; d. 1857.

Notes for WILLIAM ROBESON:

William Robinson (Roberson) was born in Wayne County in 1808, son of John
Robinson (Vol. llI). He grew up in Wayne and Appling counties and was
married in 1828 to Sarah Carter, born 1808, in Tattnall County, daughter of
William Carter (Vol.11). They had nine children, viz:

I. John b. 1829, m. Sarah Overstreet, dau. of John.

2. Wealthy b. 1830, m. Allen P. Surrency, 1848.

3. Sabra b. 1835, evidently died single.

4. Jane b. 1837, m. James M. Sellers, son of John M.

5. John J. b. 1839, m. Mary Thomas, dau. of Turby F.

6. Elizabeth b. 1841, m. John Dukes.

7. William b. 1843, m. Georgia Ann McGauley, dau. of James, Apr. 6, 1871.

8. Nancy b. 1847, m. Eli Goden.

9. George b. 1849, m. Harriet Jane Williams, Nov. 17, 1873.

The Robinson home-place property consisted of lots 319 and 322 in the 3rd
district of Appling County. He died there in 1857. The son-in-law, A. P.
Surrency, was the administrator on the estate, and sold this property and
also six slaves, at public sale in October, 1858.

Mr. Robinson was 2nd Sergeant in Capt. N. J. Holton's company of Appling
County militia in the Indian War, in 1838, He served as State Senator from
Appling, 1839-1840.

Mrs. Robinson survived her husband several years, and died about 1878.

2. iii. WILLIAM CARTER, b. 1812, Georgia; d. 1864, CSA Service.

3. iv. DAVID L. CARTER, b. 1812, Georgia; d. Aft. 1889, Georgia.

v. NANCY CARTER, b. 1812; m. SAMUEL SELLERS.

4. vi. GEORGE CARTER, b. 1816, Georgia; d. Abt. 1882, Georgia.

5. vii. JANE CARTER, b. 1818.
 
 

Generation No. 2
 

2. WILLIAM4 CARTER (WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1812 in Georgia, and
died 1864 in CSA Service. He married MARY ROBESON, daughter of JOHN ROBESON
and ELIZABETH CARTER. She was born 1825 in Georgia, and died Abt. 1890 in
Georgia.

Notes for WILLIAM CARTER:

William Carter was born in Tattnall county in 1812, son of William and
Margaret Carter (Vol.II). He was married in Appling county about 1835 to
Mary ("Molsy") Roberson (or Robeson), born 1823 in Wayne county, daughter of
John Robeson.

1. Isham b. 1837, m. Ist. Mary Miles, dau. of John; 2nd. Mrs. Elizabeth
Colly McQueen.

2. Elizabeth b. 1938, m. John Millender Sellers.

3. John J. b. 1841, m. Ist. Rhoda Hinson, dau. of James, Jan. 24, 1872; 2nd.
Victoria Johnson, dau. of John R.

4. Civility b. 1840, m. 1st. John Freeman Sellers; 2nd. D.W. Dyal.

5. William, M, b. 1843. m. Louiza Mobley, dau. of Solomon, Jr.

6. Sarah b. 1846, m. - Dyal.

7. Francis Marion b. 1848, m. Flora Deen, dau. of Henry.

8. Margaret b. 1850, died young.

9. Mary b. 1852, m. William Copeland.

Soon after marriage William Carter moved to Ware county, living there
several years; he is shown in 1840 census living in the 719th district
(which territory is now in Echols county). He next moved to near Waresboro,
where he served as Justice of Peace, 451st district, 1841-44. He was a
private in Capt. David J. Miller's company of Ware county militia, 1838-42,
in the Indian War.

About 1845, Mr. Carter and family moved back to Appling county where he
lived until his death, He served In the militia the last year of the civil
war, and was killed in the battles around Atlanta in July, 1864. His widow
survived about twenty-five years and died and was buried in what is now an
old abandoned cemetery in an old field on the left of the post-road south of
Ten-mile Baptist Church. She and Mr. Carter were members of Ten-mile Church.
 

Children of WILLIAM CARTER and MARY ROBESON are:

6. i. ISHAM5 CARTER, b. November 30, 1837, Georgia; d. October 25, 1898,
Georgia.

7. ii. ELIZABETH CARTER, b. 1838.

iii. CIVILITY CARTER, b. 1840; m. (1) DAHLONEGA W. DYAL; b. April 05, 1845;
m. (2) JOHN FREEMAN SELLERS.

iv. JOHN J. CARTER, b. 1841; m. (1) VICTORIA JOHNSON; b. 1858; m. (2) RHODA
HINSON, January 24, 1872; b. 1854.

v. WILLIAM CARTER III, b. 1843; m. LOUIZA MOBELY.

vi. SARAH CARTER, b. 1846; m. UNK DYAL.

vii. FRANCIS MARION CARTER, b. 1848; m. FLORA DEEN; b. April 19, 1872.

viii. MARGARET CARTER, b. 1850.

ix. MARY CARTER, b. 1852; m. WILLIAM COPELAND.

3. DAVID L.4 CARTER (WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1812 in Georgia,
and died Aft. 1889 in Georgia. He married JANE MCGAULEY, daughter of WILLIAM
MCGAULEY. She was born 1812 in South Carolina, and died Abt. 1875 in
Georgia.

Notes for DAVID L. CARTER:

David Carter (in some places the name is written David L. Carter), was born
in 1812 in Tattnall County, a son of William Carter. He came with his
parents to Appling County in 1819, and grew up there and married Miss Jane
McGauley, born in South Carolina in 1812.

Mr. and Mrs. Carter were members of Ten-mile Baptist Church in Appling
County, until their deaths. He was also a deacon of the church. He and his
wife are buried in the cemetery at the church; graves unmarked. He died 1880
and she died about 1875.

Mr. Carter was a Justice of Appling Inferior Court, 1865-1866, resigning
after a year's service.

CARTER, DAVID - VOL. ll: It states that the graves of David Carter and Jane
(McCauley) Carter were both unmarked, That is uncorrect. There is a marking
that reads: David Carter, Pvt Co. B, 54th Inf. Ga. CSA, 1812-1880. Jane
McCauley Carter, 1812-1875.
 

Children of DAVID CARTER and JANE MCGAULEY are:

i. WILLIAM5 CARTER, b. 1835; m. ISABELLE DEEN.

ii. WILEY CARTER, b. 1836; d. CSA Service.

iii. ISAAC CARTER, b. 1838; m. UNK O'QUINN.

iv. SARAH CARTER, b. 1840; m. NATHANIEL A. THOMAS; b. 1844.

8. v. DAVID CARTER, b. 1842.

vi. MARY CARTER, b. 1843.

vii. NANCY CARTER, b. 1846; m. THOMAS LONG.

viii. JANE CARTER, b. 1848; m. DAVID SUMMERALL; b. August 1834.

ix. ELIZA CARTER, b. 1850; m. E. W. SELLERS.

x. TRINITY CARTER, b. 1852; m. WILEY CARTER.

4. GEORGE4 CARTER (WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1816 in Georgia, and
died Abt. 1882 in Georgia. He married SABRA ROBESON, daughter of JOHN
ROBESON and ELIZABETH CARTER. She was born 1819 in Georgia.

Notes for GEORGE CARTER:

George Carter of Appling County, was born in 1816 in Tattnall County, a son
of William Carter. The family moved to Appling County about a year after its
creation in 1818, and settlect near the Altahama River. His wife was Sabra,
born 1819 in Tattnall County, daughter of John Robinson.

1. William R. b. 1837, m. Mary M. Sellers, dau of John Millender Sellars,

2. Wiley b. 1838, m. Patience O'Quin, dau. of J. J. (Vol-III).

3. Martha b. 1841, died young.

4. Nancy b. 1843. m. Jesse Hardwick.

5. Mary Ann b. 1845, m. Alfred Beecher. No issue.

6. Julia Ann b. 1846, m. Thomas Tomberlin, Oct. 23, 1871.

7. John W. b. 1849, m. Salons Jane Carter, dau of Thos. H., Nov. 28, 1878.

L Murzelle b. 1852, m. Light H. Beecher, Dec. 22, 1875.

9. Wealthy b. 1854, m. Duncan Hardwick.

10. Elizabeth b. 1854, m. H.J.B. Craven.

11. David (Bud) b. 1859, m. Elizabeth Hughes.

George Carter lived in Appling County until about 1838 when he moved to Ware
County for a short stay, but returned to Appling a few years later. He
served as a private in Capt. N. J. Holton's company of Appling County
militia in 1838 in the Indian War. He died about 1882.
 

Children of GEORGE CARTER and SABRA ROBESON are:

i. WILLIAM R.5 CARTER, b. 1837; m. MARY M. SELLERS; b. 1849.

ii. WILEY CARTER, b. 1838; m. PATIENCE O'QUINN; b. 1839, Appling County,
Georgia.

iii. MARTHA CARTER, b. 1841.

iv. NANCY CARTER, b. 1843; m. JESSE HARDWICK.

v. MARY ANN CARTER, b. 1845; m. ALFRED BEECHER.

vi. JULIA ANN CARTER, b. 1846; m. THOMAS TOMBERLIN, JR, October 23, 1871; b.
1853.

vii. JOHN W. CARTER, b. 1849; m. SALENA JANE CARTER, November 28, 1878.

viii. MURZELLE CARTER, b. 1852; m. LIGHT H. BEECHER, December 22, 1875.

ix. WEALTHY CARTER, b. 1854; m. DUNCAN HARDWICK.

x. SARAH ELIZABETH CARTER, b. 1854; m. HENRY J. BARNES CRAVEN; b. March 04,
1854.

xi. DAVID CARTER, b. 1859; m. ELIZABETH HUGHES.

5. JANE4 CARTER (WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1818. She married JOHN
B. WILLIAMS. He was born 1795, and died 1879.

Notes for JOHN B. WILLIAMS:

John B. Williams was born in Bulloch county in 1795, a son of William and
Penelope Richardson Williams. He was brought by his parents to Montgomery
County in his boyhood, and grew up there, later going to Tattnall county and
later to Appling county. He was married three times. His first wife was Jane
Carter, born 1818, daughter of William Carter. They had four children, viz:

1. David b. 1834, m. (unknown).

2. Nancy (Ann) b. 1836, m. Matthew R. McCullers, Mar. 17, 1849, in Hamilton
Co. Fla.

3. James R. b. 1839, m. Caroline Prescott, dau. of John.

4. Jane b. 1842, m - -------- Cameron. Died 1882.

His first wife having died, he married Mrs. Prussia Leggett, wife of Jordan
Leggett. But their married life was short and ended in a divorce. He then
married in Hamilton county, Fla., March 15, 1849, Elizabeth Prescott, born
1827 Appling County, daughter of John Prescott of Appling. She died in
Clinch county about 1873. They had five children, viz:

5. Sarah T. M. b. 1853, m. Martin J. Inman, Dec. 23, 1875.

6. Virginia b. 1856, m ----------- Chaudoin. Died 1943, Wauchula, Fla.

7. Job H. b. 1859, died single, age 18, at Darien, Ga.

8. Elizabeth b. 1865, m. Ransom Lilies. Died 1941, Blackshear, Ga.

9. Randall Y. b. 1869, m. Ola Tullis of Effingham Co. Died at Waycross.

When John B. Williams left Appling County to move to Florida, he made deeds
of gift to his four children by his deceased wife, which appear of record in
Appling. The deeds all dated Dec. 11, 1864, were to David Williams for lot
199, 4th district Appling County; to James R. Williams for lot 75 in 5th
district of same county; to Nancy

Williams, for lot 198, in 4th district, and to Jane and James R. jointly,
lots 167 and 203 in tthe 4th district. These chilren were at the time very
small, and the deeds were probably intended to secure them by reason of his
intended second marriage.

Mr. Williams sold out in Hamilton Co. Fla., and moved to Clinch county, Ga.,
about 1867, where he acquired portions of lots 313 and 336 in the 12th
district and made his home there. His wife Elizabeth having died, he was
married July 20, 1875, to Elizabeth Johnson, daughter of William Johnson
(Vol.III). A newspaper notice anent their marriage (Valdosta Times, July 24,
1875) said he was 81 years of age, and she was 19. They had two sons:

10. John Milton b. 1874, m. 1st. Ida Jernigan, Dec. 20, 1896; 2nd Rilla
Stokes.

11. Francis Marion b. 1876, m. Delia Smith, July 23, 1896.

John B. Williams died in 1879 and was buried in a longsince abandoned
burying-ground about a mile south of where he lived. His widow later married
William Harrell, April 14, 1900.
 

Child of JANE CARTER and JOHN WILLIAMS is:

i. SARAH5 WILLIAMS, b. 1853; m. MARTIN J. INMAN, December 23, 1875; b. 1851.
 
 

Generation No. 3
 

6. ISHAM5 CARTER (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born November 30,
1837 in Georgia, and died October 25, 1898 in Georgia. He married (1)
ELIZABETH RACHEL CAULEY, daughter of WILLIAM CAULEY. She was born February
13, 1853, and died September 15, 1921 in Georgia. He married (2) MARY MILES
June 03, 1858 in Georgia, daughter of JOHN MILES and HARRIET KEMP. She was
born July 02, 1841, and died June 14, 1886 in Georgia.

Notes for ISHAM CARTER:

Isham Carter was born November 30, 1837 in Ware County and was a son of
William Carter and wife, Mary Molsy Robinson, who was a daughter of John
Robinson. Isham Carter's parents were married in Appling County about 1835
and, soon afterwards, moved to Ware County. In 1845, they moved back to
Appling County. On June 3, 1858, Isham Carter was married to Mary Ann Miles.
She was born in July of 1841, and was the daughter of John and Harriet Kemp
Miles.

Mrs. Carter died June 14, 1886.

Isham Carter served in the CSA, and suffered the loss of an arm. After his
wife's death, Mr. Carter married Mrs. Elizabeth Rachell Cauley McQueen, the
daughter of William Cauley and sister of George Henry Cauley. She was born
February 13, 1853, and died September 15, 1921. She was a widow with two
daughters, Viola and Carrie McQueen, when she married Mr. Carter. Mr. Carter
died October 25, 1898, and he and his second wife are buried in the family
cemetery a short distance behind the old home place, about one mile from
Hopewell United Methodist Church, in Appling County, Georgia.

By the two marriages, nine children were born.

1. William Kennedy b. 3/3/1859, m. 1) Mosell Crosby, dau. of Berry,

d. 5/l/1909. b. 7/8/1860, d. 4/2/1884, 2) Dolly Brown.

2. Luther b. ????.

3. Middleton b. 5/3/1866.

4. Lee b. 4/20/1867.

5. Zenny b. 7/20/1875, m. 1) George Henry Carter, 2) James Benjamin
Patterson.

6. Mattie Bell b. 5/26/1889, m. Dave Thomas.

7. Atticus George b. 9/5/1890, m. Lizzie Lynn,

d. 11/7/1964. b. 1895, d. 9/21/1975.

8. Lola b. 5/6/1892, m. Willie Jowers, had 4 children.

9. Corilia Shellie b. 2/18/1895, m. John R. Warnock of Bacon Co., b.
4/6/1890, son of Marion and Etta Johnson Warnock.

Mrs. Elizabeth Carter lived in her widowhood with her daughter, Viola, and
her husband, Samuel Igal Crosby, in an apartment upstairs in the home of
Troy C. Tomberlin in Waycross, Georgia.
 

Children of ISHAM CARTER and ELIZABETH CAULEY are:

i. MATTIE BELL6 CARTER, b. May 26, 1889; m. DAVE THOMAS.

ii. ATTICUS GEORGE CARTER, b. September 05, 1890; d. November 07, 1964; m.
LIZZIE LYNN; b. 1895; d. September 21, 1975.

iii. LOLA CARTER, b. May 06, 1892; m. WILLIE JOWERS.

iv. CORILIA SHELLIE CARTER, b. February 18, 1895; m. JOHN R. WARNOCK; b.
April 06, 1890, Georgia.
 

Children of ISHAM CARTER and MARY MILES are:

9. v. WILLIAM KENNEDY6 CARTER, b. March 31, 1859, Georgia; d. May 01, 1909.

vi. MIDDLETON CARTER, b. May 03, 1866.

vii. LEE CARTER, b. April 20, 1867.

viii. ZENNY CARTER, b. July 20, 1875; m. (1) GEORGE HENRY CARTER; m. (2)
JAMES BENJAMIN PATTERSON.

ix. LUTHER CARTER, b. Unknown.

7. ELIZABETH5 CARTER (WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1838.
She married JOHN MILLENDER SELLERS. He was born 1812, and died 1887.

Notes for JOHN MILLENDER SELLERS:

John Millender Sellers was born in 1812 in Tattnall County, son of Samuel
Sellers (Vol.IH). He came with his parents to Appling County in his youth,
and lived there until he died. He was married twice. His first wife was Mary
M. Mobley, born May 20, 1819 in Tattnall County, daughter of Solomon Mobley
(Vol-1). They had seven children:

1. James M. b. 1837, m. Jane Roberson, dau. of Wm.

2. John Millender b. 1839, M. Elizabeth Carter, dau. of Wm. Jr.

3. Elizabeth M. b. 1842, m. Ist. Willis Miles; 2nd. Daniel A. Sapp.

4. Jimpsey M. b. 1844, died single Dec. 4, 1908.

5. Mary M. b. 1849, m. Wm. R. Carter (son of Geo.).

6. Eli W. b. 1851, m. Eliza Carter, dau. of David L.

7. Martha M. b. 1853, m. Dr. P. H. Hall.

The first wife having died in 1855, Mr. Sellers married Elizabeth Carter,
born 1818 in Tattnall County, daughter of William Carter. They had six
children:

8. William b. 1858, m. (unknown).

9. Civil b. 1860, m. Turby F. Thomas, Jr.

10. Lemuel b. 1861, m. Lillian Dukes.

11. Catherine b. 1862, m. R. L. Hutchinson.

12. Samuel Staten b. 1864, m. Little Ellis of Gainesvihe, Fla.

13. Mae b. 1867, m. R. L. Lewis.

The second wife died Dec. 28, 1891, Mr. Sellers died about 1887, and he and
his wives were buried in the Sellers Cemetery near Baxley, He served as
Tax-collector of Appling County, 1834-1836.
 

Child of ELIZABETH CARTER and JOHN SELLERS is:

i. MARY M.6 SELLERS, b. 1849; m. WILLIAM R. CARTER; b. 1837.

8. DAVID5 CARTER (DAVID L.4, WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1842. He
married DELPHIA BUCHAN, daughter of JOHN BUCHAN.
 

Child of DAVID CARTER and DELPHIA BUCHAN is:

i. CHATMAN6 CARTER.
 
 

Generation No. 4
 

9. WILLIAM KENNEDY6 CARTER (ISHAM5, WILLIAM4, WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was
born March 31, 1859 in Georgia, and died May 01, 1909. He married (1) DOLLY
BROWN. He married (2) MOSELL CROSBY March 23, 1883 in Georgia, daughter of
BERRY CROSBY. She was born July 08, 1860, and died April 25, 1884.

Notes for WILLIAM KENNEDY CARTER:

William Kennedy Carter was born March 31, 1859, a son of Isham Carter and
Mary Ann Miles, born July 2, 1841, sixth child and first daughter of John
Miles and Harriet Kemp, of Appling County, Georgia. William K. Carter was
married in Appling County on March 23, 1883 to Mozelle Crosby, daughter of
Berry Crosby. She was born July 8, 1880. The marriage was performed by W.J.
Stallings, M.G. (a Methodist Minister in Appling County, Georgia) according
to courthouse records.

Moselle Crosby Carter died April 25, 1884 from giving birth to her daughter,
and is buried in a marked grave in the Corinth Methodist Church Cemetery
(Johnson Memorial). William K. Carter married again after his first wife's
death.

1. Lillian Mozelle b. 1/3/1884, m. 1) George Mitchell Tomberlin, d.
3/20/1964. m.,11/20/1902. 2) David Booth, 2/16/1936.

To this marriage one child was born:

2. Bertie Lou b. m. W.L. "Fussy" Youngblood.
 

Child of WILLIAM CARTER and DOLLY BROWN is:

i. BERTIE LOU7 CARTER, m. W. L. YOUNGBLOOD.
 

Child of WILLIAM CARTER and MOSELL CROSBY is:

ii. LILLIAN MOZELLE7 CARTER, b. January 03, 1884; m. (1) GEORGE MITCHELL
TOMBERLIN, November 20, 1902; m. (2) DAVID BOOTH, February 16, 1936.
 



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44.  DAVID4 CARTER (ISAAC3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born February 23, 1834 in
Georgia, and died June 25, 1912 in Georgia.  He married LUCRETIA HENDERSON,
daughter of BERRIEN HENDERSON.  She was born May 12, 1845 in Georgia, and
died August 03, 1926 in Georgia.

Notes for DAVID CARTER:
David Carter was born Feb. 23, 1834, in Appling County, son of Isaac Carter
(b.1790, Vol.IV). He was married May 11, 1865, to Lucretia Henderson,
daughter of Berrien Henderson. She was born May 12, 1845, in Ware now
Pierce County.

Mr. Carter enlisted April 21, 1862, in Co. "B", 54th Georgia Infantry
Regiment, C.S.A., and served through the war. Returning home after the war
he soon after married, and later acquired a farm on the north side of Big
Hurricane Creek, and lived there until his death June 25, 1912. His widow
died Aug. 3, 1926. They were buried in the cemetery at I 0-mile Creek
Baptist Church which is located on lands that Mr. Carter gave for the
church and cemetery, same having been taken off his homeplace. The Carter
home and farm is now owned and occupied by Mr. Banner Carter.

Children of DAVID CARTER and LUCRETIA HENDERSON are:
        i.      MICHAEL5 CARTER, b. 1866; m. (1) LUCY REBECCA MEEKS; m. (2)
MARY
THOMPSON.
        ii.     ELIZABETH CARTER, b. 1868; m. JOHN BARBER.
        iii.    ISAAC BERRY CARTER, b. 1871; m. MAMIE MATTOX.
        iv.     KEZIAH CARTER, b. 1873; m. FREDERICK BARBER.
        v.      WILLIAM MCDONALD CARTER, b. 1875; m. MOLLIE HARRISON.
        vi.     THOMAS LAWTON CARTER, b. 1877; m. LOVEY RIGGINS.
        vii.    LAURA CARTER, b. 1879; m. WALTER DOUGLAS.
        viii.   MINNIE CARTER, b. 1881; m. JIMPSON HARRIS.

45.  ELIZABETH4 CARTER (JACOB3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1839 in Georgia.
 She married JAMES CORBITT, son of JOHN CORBITT.  He was born 1822 in South
Carolina, and died 1874 in Georgia.

Notes for JAMES CORBITT:
JAMES CORBITT, son of John Corbitt and grandson of Daniel Corbitt, R. S.,
was born in Barnwell District, South Carolina, in 1822, and emigrated with
his parents to Ware County, Georgia, about 1828, where he grew up, married,
and lived most of his life.  He was married in 1842 to Miss Elizabeth
Carter, daughter of George Carter of Ware County.  She was born October 21,
1826, in Georgia, and died August 29, 1889, at Live Oak, Florida, and was
buried in Pine Grove Cemetery near Live Oak.

Shortly after the Civil War, Mr. Corbitt, moved to Florida where he had
acquired a farm in Suwannee County.
He lived there a few years, then moved back to his farm in Ware County near
Manor and lived there until his tragic death April 2, 1874.
Daniel Corbitt, grandfather of Mr. Corbitt, was a Revolutionary soldier in
South Carolina and served in the South Carolina Militia.  He lived and died
in Barnwell District, South Carolina.  His son John, after marriage there,
moved to Georgia and became one of the early settlers of Ware county.
James Corbitt served in the State Militia in the Civil War.
James Corbitt was buried at Philadelphia Congregational Methodist Church at
Manor. William T. James, a neighbor, was appointed administrator of the
estate.  The appraisement of his estate showed he owned all of lots of land
320, 321 and 326 containing 490 acres each; the east half of Lot 319; the
East half of Lot 378; 440 acres of Lot 325, all in the 8th District of Ware
County, also 93 head of cattle, and other property.

Children of ELIZABETH CARTER and JAMES CORBITT are:
        i.      PENNY5 CORBITT, b. 1843; m. JOHN WILCHER CARMICHAEL,
September 13,
1865; b. 1840.
        ii.     MARY ANN CORBITT, b. 1845; d. 1873; m. DANIEL CORBITT, 1st
Cousin.
        iii.    NANCY CORBITT, b. 1847; d. 1918; m. HENRY LEVI HERRIN.
        iv.     SALLIE CORBITT, b. 1849; d. 1933; m. THOMAS HARRISON.
        v.      MARTHA CORBITT, b. 1850; m. SAMUEL PITTMAN.
        vi.     ELIZABETH CORBITT, b. 1853; d. May 1892; m. GEORGE W.
WHITE.
        vii.    JAMES CORBITT, b. 1855; m. FRANCES OLIVER.
        viii.   JACOB J. CORBITT, b. 1856; m. ANNIE RIBERON.
        ix.     REBECCA CORBITT, b. 1857; m. R. J. MCQUAIG.
        x.      WILLIAM T. CORBITT, b. 1858.
        xi.     CAROLINE CORBITT, b. 1859; d. 1924; m. THOMAS FEWOX.
        xii.    ELIAS CORBITT, b. 1860; m. (1) BELLE JACKSON; m. (2) SALLIE
HAGAN.
        xiii.   JOHN CORBITT, b. 1862.
        xiv.    LINNIE JANE CORBITT, b. 1864; m. RICHARD B. WIGGINS.
        xv.     SERENA CORBITT, b. 1868; m. DAVID N. MCQUAIG.

46.  RAIFORD4 CARTER (JACOB3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1829 in Georgia,
and died June 19, 1863 in CSA Service.  He married MARY COX, daughter of
JAMES COX and MARY BEVERLY.  She was born 1830.

Notes for RAIFORD CARTER:
Raiford Carter was born in 1829, a son of Jacob Carter. He was married to
Mary Cox, born 1830, daughter of Mrs. Mary Beverly Cox and James Fullwood.

Raiford Carter served as a Private in Company "B", 10th Georgia Regiment,
CSA. He enlisted May 24, 1861. He was transferred to Company "K". 10th
Georgia Regiment, June 14, 1861. Raiford Carter was wounded December 13,
1862 at Fredericksburg, Virginia, and died of his wounds, June 19, in
General Hospital #1, Richmond, Virginia. He is buried there in Hollywood
Cemetery. Raiford's widow, Mary, married George Lee. Sr. before 1870. Her
children lived with them.

Children of RAIFORD CARTER and MARY COX are:
        i.      JAMES5 CARTER, b. 1851.
        ii.     RAIFORD CARTER, b. 1851; m. (1) MARY; m. (2) ELIZABETH
CARTER,
December 17, 1884.
        iii.    RHODA CARTER, b. 1855.
        iv.     MARY CARTER, b. 1857.
        v.      JOHN CARTER, b. 1860; m. MISSOURI KIMBRELL, November 07,
1883, Georgia.
        vi.     GEORGE W. CARTER, b. 1863.

47.  DAVID L.4 CARTER (WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1812 in Georgia,
and died Aft. 1889 in Georgia.  He married JANE MCGAULEY, daughter of
WILLIAM MCGAULEY.  She was born 1812 in South Carolina, and died Abt. 1875
in Georgia.

Notes for DAVID L. CARTER:
David Carter (in some places the name is written David L. Carter), was born
in 1812 in Tattnall County, a son of William Carter.  He came with his
parents to Appling County in 1819, and grew up there and married Miss Jane
McGauley, born in South Carolina in 1812.

Mr. and Mrs. Carter were members of Ten-mile Baptist Church in Appling
County, until their deaths.  He was also a deacon of the church.  He and
his wife are buried in the cemetery at the church; graves unmarked.  He
died 1880 and she died about 1875.
Mr. Carter was a Justice of Appling Inferior Court, 1865-1866, resigning
after a year's service.

CARTER, DAVID - VOL. ll: It states that the graves of David Carter and Jane
(McCauley) Carter were both unmarked, That is uncorrect. There is a marking
that reads: David Carter, Pvt Co. B, 54th Inf. Ga. CSA, 1812-1880. Jane
McCauley Carter, 1812-1875.

Children of DAVID CARTER and JANE MCGAULEY are:
        i.      WILLIAM5 CARTER, b. 1835; m. ISABELLE DEEN.
        ii.     WILEY CARTER, b. 1836; d. CSA Service.
        iii.    ISAAC CARTER, b. 1838; m. UNK O'QUINN.
        iv.     SARAH CARTER, b. 1840; m. N. A. THOMAS.
94.     v.      DAVID CARTER, b. 1842.
        vi.     MARY CARTER, b. 1843.
        vii.    NANCY CARTER, b. 1846; m. THOMAS LONG.
        viii.   JANE CARTER, b. 1848; m. DAVID SUMMERALL.
        ix.     ELIZA CARTER, b. 1850; m. E. W. SELLARS.
        x.      TRINITY CARTER, b. 1852; m. WILEY CARTER.

48.  WILLIAM4 CARTER (WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1814 in Georgia,
and died 1864 in CSA Service.  He married MARY ROBESON, daughter of JOHN
ROBESON and ELIZABETH CARTER.  She was born 1825 in Georgia, and died Abt.
1890 in Georgia.

Notes for WILLIAM CARTER:
William Carter was born in Tattnall county in 1812, son of William and
Margaret Carter (Vol.II). He was married in Appling county about 1835 to
Mary ("Molsy") Roberson (or Robeson), born 1823 in Wayne county, daughter
of John Robeson

Soon after marriage William Carter moved to Ware county, living there
several years; he is shown in 1840 census living in the 719th district
(which territory is now in Echols county). He next moved to near Waresboro,
where he served as Justice of Peace, 451st district, 1841-44. He was a
private in Capt. David J. Miller's company of Ware county militia, 1838-42,
in the Indian War.
About 1845, Mr. Carter and family moved back to Appling county where he
lived until his death, He served In the militia the last year of the civil
war, and was killed in the battles around Atlanta in July, 1864. His widow
survived about twenty-five years and died and was buried in what is now an
old abandoned cemetery in an old field on the left of the post-road south
of Ten-mile Baptist Church. She and Mr. Carter were members of Ten-mile
Church.

Children of WILLIAM CARTER and MARY ROBESON are:
95.     i.      ISHAM5 CARTER, b. November 30, 1837, Georgia; d. October
25, 1898,
Georgia.
        ii.     ELIZABETH CARTER, b. 1838; m. JOHN MILLENDER SELLERS.
        iii.    JOHN J. CARTER, b. 1841; m. (1) VICTORIA JOHNSON; m. (2)
RHODA
HINSON, January 24, 1872.
        iv.     CIVILITY CARTER, b. 1840; m. (1) D. W. DYAL; m. (2) JOHN
FREEMAN
SELLERS.
        v.      WILLIAM CARTER III, b. 1843; m. LOUIZA MOBELY.
        vi.     SARAH CARTER, b. 1846; m. UNK DYAL.
        vii.    FRANCIS MARION CARTER, b. 1848; m. FLORA DEEN.
        viii.   MARGARET CARTER, b. 1850.
        ix.     MARY CARTER, b. 1852; m. WILLIAM COPELAND.

49.  GEORGE4 CARTER (WILLIAM3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1816 in Georgia,
and died Abt. 1882 in Georgia.  He married SABRA ROBESON, daughter of JOHN
ROBESON and ELIZABETH CARTER.  She was born 1819 in Georgia.

Notes for GEORGE CARTER:
George Carter of Appling County, was born in 1816 in Tattnall County, a son
of William Carter (VolI). The family moved to Appling County about a year
after its creation in 1818, and settlect near the Altahama River. His wife
was Sabra, born 1819 in Tattnall County, daughter of John Robinson
(Vol.111).

George Carter lived in Appling County until about 1838 when he moved to
Ware County for a short stay, but returned to Appling a few years later. He
served as a private in Capt. N. J. Holton's company of Appling County
militia in 1838 in the Indian War. He died about 1882.
 

Children of GEORGE CARTER and SABRA ROBESON are:
        i.      WILLIAM R.5 CARTER, b. 1837; m. MARY M. SELLERS.
        ii.     WILEY CARTER, b. 1838; m. PATIENCE O'QUINN; b. 1839,
Appling County,
Georgia.
        iii.    MARTHA CARTER, b. 1841.
        iv.     NANCY CARTER, b. 1843; m. JESSE HARDWICK.
        v.      MARY ANN CARTER, b. 1845; m. ALFRED BEECHER.
        vi.     JULIA ANN CARTER, b. 1846; m. THOMAS TOMBERLIN, October 23,
1871.
        vii.    JOHN W. CARTER, b. 1849; m. SALENA JANE CARTER, November
28, 1878.
        viii.   MURZELLE CARTER, b. 1852; m. LIGHT H. BEECHER, December 22,
1875.
        ix.     WEALTHY CARTER, b. 1854; m. DUNCAN HARDWICK.
        x.      SARAH ELIZABETH CARTER, b. 1854; m. HENRY J. BARNES CRAVEN;
b. March
04, 1854.
        xi.     DAVID CARTER, b. 1859; m. ELIZABETH HUGHES.
 


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76.  WILLIAM A5 CARTER (WILLIAM4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born January
06, 1828, and died December 06, 1900.  He married ELIZABETH STATEN.  She
was born February 12, 1840 in Lowndes Co, Georgia, and died December 16,
1894.

Notes for WILLIAM A CARTER:
William A. Carter was born Jan. 6, 1828, son of William Carter (Vol.V). He
married Elizabeth Staten, daughter of Barzilla Staten.

Mr. Carter lived in the Naylor district of Lowndes County near present Good
Hope Baptist Church. He served as a Justice of Lowndes Inferior Court,
1861-65, and was Representative from his county in 1877. He died Dec. 6,
1900. His wife died Dec. 16, 1894. They were buried at Union Primitive
Baptist Church, the old burial-ground of his parents and grandparents. Mr.
Carter was a member of the Masonic fraternity for many years and was active
in the three subordinate lodges he was a member of. He received his degrees
in 1854, entering in as a charter member that year of St. John the Baptist
Lodge, No. 184, at Troupville (now the lodge in Valdosta). Three years
later he demitted and became a charter member of Alapaha Lodge No. 209, at
Statenville, which was more convenient for him to attend. He was the first
Senior Deacon in that lodge. In October, 1857, he demitted and became a
charter member of Butler Lodge, No. 211, at Milltown (now Lakeland), which
was only four or five miles from his home. He served as Junior Steward of
that lodge, 1878, 1881, and as Senior Steward, 1882, 1883, and was a member
at the dissolution of the lodge in 1883.
Mr. Carter was one of the administrators of the estate of his wife's
father, and later of the estate of his own father. He was considered in his
day as one of the leaders in his county.

Children of WILLIAM CARTER and ELIZABETH STATEN are:
        i.      JESSE B6 CARTER, b. July 10, 1857; m. JENNIE GIDDENS; b.
Abt. 1865.
        ii.     JAMES N CARTER, b. July 17, 1859; d. December 17, 1860.
        iii.    VARINA B CARTER, b. May 15, 1861; d. September 28, 1877.
        iv.     WILLIAM B CARTER, b. June 10, 1866.
        v.      ELIZABETH C CARTER, b. January 12, 1869; d. September 15,
1874.

77.  JAMES5 CARTER (GEORGE4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1830 in
Lowndes Co, Georgia, and died 1851 in Georgia.  He married ELIZABETH ANN
ALLEN July 01, 1847 in Georgia, daughter of JOHN ALLEN and ELIZA JETER.
 She was born August 20, 1829 in Lowndes Co, Georgia, and died October 01,
1920 in Lowndes Co, Georgia.

Notes for JAMES CARTER:
James Carter was born 1830 in Lowndes County, son of George and Mary Carter
(Vol. 1). He was married July Ist, 1847, to Elizabeth Ann, daughter of John
Allen (Vol.I). She was born in Lowndes County, Aug. 20, 1829.

James Carter, the subject, died in 1851, and later his widow married
William Robinson (Vol.1). The latter applied Dec. 24, 1852, for
administration of the James Carter estate, and administered it.
 

Children of JAMES CARTER and ELIZABETH ALLEN are:
        i.      JOHN THOMAS6 CARTER, b. August 29, 1848; m. ROSETTA ALLEN;
b. 1857.
        ii.     MINERVA CARTER, b. November 27, 1849; d. Abt. 1851.
107.    iii.    WILLIAM RUFUS CARTER, b. May 17, 1851; d. November 03,
1933.

78.  ELIJAH A5 CARTER (GEORGE4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born March 12,
1834 in Lowndes Co, Georgia, and died January 11, 1923 in Lowndes Co,
Georgia.  He married SARAH KNIGHT August 28, 1854, daughter of JONATHAN
KNIGHT and FRANCES STATEN.  She was born March 01, 1838, and died April 24,
1898.

Notes for ELIJAH A CARTER:
Elijah A. Carter was born in Lowndes County, March 12, 1834, a son of
George and Pollie Carter (Vol.I). He spent most of his life in the same
community in Lowndes County where he was born. He was married Aug. 28,
1854, to Sarah Knight, a daughter of Jonathan Knight (Vol.IV) who was at
the time living in Clinch county. She was born March 1, 1838, and died
April 24, 1898.

After marriage Mr. Carter lived and farmed in Clinch county until about
1863 and lived on a farm near Prospect Church. He then moved to Berrien
County where the fourth child was born. But after about two years on a farm
there he moved back to his old home community near Naylor, Lowndes County,
where he bought a farm and lived until his death Jan. 11, 1923. He and his
wife were buried in the cemetery at old Union Church.

Children of ELIJAH CARTER and SARAH KNIGHT are:
        i.      SARAH CHARITY6 CARTER, b. June 10, 1855; m. IRVING W
PETERS; b. Abt.
1851.
        ii.     IRWIN C CARTER, b. January 23, 1857; m. MISSOURI DELOACH,
November 30,
1882.
        iii.    GEORGE F CARTER, b. June 27, 1860; m. ELLA E DELOACH,
February 11,
1884; b. Abt. 1866.
        iv.     CLIFFORD W CARTER, b. November 17, 1864, Berrien, Georgia;
d.
September 29, 1926.
        v.      ALICE M CARTER, b. June 04, 1867; m. (1) JOHN R SELLERS; m.
(2) GEORGE
ROBINSON.
        vi.     MARGARET PATIENCE CARTER, b. December 26, 1869; m. JAMES
HOWELL.
        vii.    LUTHER H CARTER, b. March 07, 1873; m. MAMIE CARTER.
        viii.   LEONARD J CARTER, b. March 07, 1873; d. September 09, 1923.
        ix.     WALTER PASCAL CARTER, b. August 12, 1879; m. ANNIE LEE.

79.  MINERVA5 CARTER (GEORGE4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1842, and
died Abt. 1867.  She married JESSE R. HOWELL.  He was born December 26,
1833 in South Carolina, and died May 08, 1899.

Child of MINERVA CARTER and JESSE HOWELL is:
        i.      GEORGE PLEASANT6 HOWELL, b. March 11, 1859.

80.  MARY ANN5 CARTER (GEORGE4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1853.
 She married AARON CARTER, son of JOHN CARTER and ELIZABETH KNIGHT.  He was
born 1840.

Children of MARY CARTER and AARON CARTER are:
        i.      BESSIE M6 CARTER, m. BENJAMIN FRANKLIN BASS; b. June 18,
1869.
        ii.     NETTIE ARDELIA CARTER, b. December 22, 1874, Lanier,
Georgia; m. JOHN
SHERMAN SKIPPER, October 20, 1891, Lanier, Georgia; b. February 28, 1867,
Lanier, Georgia; d. July 17, 1926, Florida.

81.  JESSE J5 CARTER (JAMES4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1831.  He
married CATHERINE JOHNSON.  She was born Abt. 1837, and died April 05,
1919.

Child of JESSE CARTER and CATHERINE JOHNSON is:
        i.      SARAH A6 CARTER, b. November 19, 1854; d. June 02, 1881; m.
WILLIAM
MADISON PENNINGTON, JR, 1877; b. October 08, 1851.

82.  JAMES S5 CARTER (JAMES4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born August 12,
1833 in Lowndes Co, Georgia, and died May 1920 in Echols Co, Georgia.  He
married SUSAN H MCALHANEY 1860.  She was born 1836 in South Carolina, and
died February 1921.

Notes for JAMES S CARTER:
James S. Carter, one of the twin sons of Hon. James Carter Vol.1) of Echols
county, was born Aug. 12, 1833, in Lowndes County, and died at his home in
Echols county, May 1920. He was married in 1860 to Susan H., daughter of
Richard W. MeAlhaney. At the time of their marriage her parents were the
proprietors of the first hotel or inn in Statenville which at the time had
just been laid out and developed as a town and county-site of the new
county.
Mrs. Carter was born in 1836 in South Carolina.

Mr. Carter was elected the first Sheriff of Echols county in January, 1859,
serving two years. During the war he held the combined offices of Tax
Collector and Receiver of Tax Returns, 1862,64. He then served an unexpired
term, 1864-65, as a Justice of Peace in the 904th district (Statenville).
He was a member of Echols Board of Education 1883-87 and 1991-93 and
1898-1900. He was elected Ordinary of his county in November, 1900, and
assumed office Jan. 1, 1901, but resigned it Nov. 28, 1901.
The 1860 Census shows his occupation as merchant and sheriff. In later
years he owned a plantation near Statenville and farmed there until his
death. His wife died in February, 1921. They were buried in the Carter
cemetery.
James S. Carter was a Mason, receiving his degrees in 1855 in St. John the
Baptist Lodge, No. 184, at old Troupville. In 1857 he became a charter
member of Alapaha Lodge No. 209 at "Troublesome" (or Statenville). He
served as Junior Deacon of the lodge, 1859-60, and Senior Warden 1860-61,
and afterwards held other lodge offices, and remained a member until his
death.

Children of JAMES CARTER and SUSAN MCALHANEY are:
        i.      LULA L6 CARTER, b. 1861; m. EDWARD BRIDGES.
        ii.     IDA L CARTER, b. 1865; m. E A MCKEITHAN, November 23, 1884.
        iii.    ELBERT EUGENE CARTER, b. 1867; m. MOLLIE TOUCHTON, March
31, 1898,
Blackshear, Pierce, Georgia.
        iv.     KIZZIE WALTON CARTER, b. 1870; m. JOHN MURRAY.
        v.      SMITH M CARTER, b. 1872; m. EFFIE RENTZ, January 12, 1899,
Blackshear,
Pierce, Georgia; b. October 15, 1875.
        vi.     JUNE CARTER, b. 1875; d. 1878.

83.  JOHN A5 CARTER (JAMES4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born August 12,
1833 in Lowndes Co, Georgia, and died November 10, 1919 in Waycross, Ware,
Georgia.  He married MEHALA WALKER November 07, 1855, daughter of JAMES
WALKER and REBECCA STEPHENS.  She was born November 30, 1837 in Lowndes Co,
Georgia, and died January 13, 1913 in Echols Co, Georgia.

Notes for JOHN A CARTER:
John A. Carter, one of the twin sons of Judge James Carter (Vol.I), was
born in Lowndes now Echols county, August 12, 1833, and died Nov. 10, 1919,
at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Dr. J.E.W. Smith, in Waycross. He was
married Nov. 7, 1855, to Mehala, daughter of James and Mary R. Walker
(Vol.I). She was born In Lowndes County, Nov. 30, 1837, and died Jan. 13,
1913, at her home near Statenville.

Note: The said Mary J. Smith, wife of Dr. L.A. Carter, and the first-named
J.E.W. Smith were brother and sister, and were Ist cousins to said Dr.
J.E.W. Smith, all being grandchildren of Elder Job E. W. Smith (q.v.).
John A. Carter enlisted in the Confederate Army in November, 1861, as a
private in Co. "H", 26th Volunteer Georgia Regiment. He was wounded in the
knee July 1, 1863, in the battle of Gettysburg, and was captured and spent
eight months in Federal prison on Devils Island, N. Y. Thereafter, he was
exchanged and then furloughed because of his disability, returning home.
The knee became stiff and he was never able to rejoin his command. He used
a walking-cane until his death on account of the stiff knee.
Mr. Carter's fine farm was between Statenville and Lake Park. He was an
influential citizen of his county in his day, as was his twin brother. He
served as a County Commissioner, 1881-1883. He was also a member of the
Echols Board of Education 1891-92.
Mr. and Mrs. Carter were buried in the Carter Cemetery near his home.

Children of JOHN CARTER and MEHALA WALKER are:
        i.      COLUMBUS J6 CARTER, b. November 14, 1856; m. MARTHA
ELIZABETH WATSON,
1885.
108.    ii.     LAFAYETTE ALONZO CARTER, b. November 28, 1858, Echols Co,
Georgia;
d. 1939.
        iii.    ELIZABETH CARTER, b. November 30, 1860; m. E W JOB SMITH,
March 13,
1883.
        iv.     CORDELIA CARTER, b. September 15, 1862; m. E W JR SMITH; b.
November
24, 1854.

84.  WILEY5 CARTER (JAMES4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born July 30, 1836
in Lanier, Georgia, and died July 28, 1862 in Georgia.  He married MARTHA A
FENDER 1854, daughter of WILLIAM F. FENDER.  She was born 1837 in South
Carolina, and died 1910 in Georgia.

Notes for WILEY CARTER:
Wiley Carter was born in Lowndes (now Echols) County, July 30,1836, a son
of Judge James Carter. He was married in 1854 to Martha A. Fender, born
1837 in Barnwell District, S.C., daughter of William F. Fender of Lowndes
County.

Wiley Carter served as a Justice of Echols Inferior Court from 1860 until
his death July 28, 1862. His wife died about 1910. They were buried in the
Statenville town cemetery. Mr. Carter was a member of Alapaha Lodge, No.
209,F,&A.M., receiving his degrees in 1858; he served as Junior Deacon in
the lodge from 1859 until his death.
 

Children of WILEY CARTER and MARTHA FENDER are:
        i.      ANN E6 CARTER, b. 1855; m. NATHAN HARRIS.
        ii.     GEORGE P CARTER, b. 1857; d. Abt. 1917.
        iii.    FLORIDA A CARTER, b. 1859; m. ISHAM HERNDON.
        iv.     BARTOW CARTER, b. 1861; m. NANCY L CARTER.

85.  JESSE D5 CARTER (JOHN4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1834 in
Lowndes Co, Georgia, and died 1863 in CSA Service.  He married SUSAN
LIGHTSEY 1851, daughter of SAMUEL LIGHTSEY and MARTHA.  She was born Abt.
1831.

Notes for JESSE D CARTER:
Jesse Carter, son of John and Elizabeth Carter (Vol. ]EI), was born in
Lowndes County in 1834. He grew up on his father's farm in the present
Naylor district of Lowndes, and was married in 1851 to Miss Susan Lightsey
whose parents, Samuel and Martha M. Lightsey (Vol. 1), lived in that
portion of Lowndes that was cut into Echols in 1858, and only a few miles
south of the Carter community.

Mr. Carter lived on a farm near his father's after marriage, until he
enlisted in the Confederate Army. He was a private in Co. "H", 26th Vol.
Georgia Infantry Regiment, enlisting in August, 1861. He was killed in
battle near Fredericksburg, Va. Mrs. Carter later married Levi Moore and
had issue.
 

Children of JESSE CARTER and SUSAN LIGHTSEY are:
        i.      ELIJAH D6 CARTER, b. 1852; m. CAROLINE MALISSIE CARTER; b.
1854.
109.    ii.     SAMUEL HENRY CARTER, b. September 20, 1853, Lanier,
Georgia; d.
October 22, 1922, Lanier, Georgia.
        iii.    JOHN CARTER, b. 1854; m. LOUISA BROGDEN.
        iv.     ELIZABETH CARTER, b. 1856; m. JESSE DAVID HOWELL; b.
September 08,
1852.
        v.      MARTHA CARTER, b. 1859; m. MACK WEATHERINGTON.
        vi.     MINNIE CARTER, b. 1862; m. PAFFORD P CARTER; b. February
23, 1857.

86.  AARON5 CARTER (JOHN4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1840.  He
married MARY ANN CARTER, daughter of GEORGE CARTER and MARY PARRISH.  She
was born 1853.

Children are listed above under (80) Mary Ann Carter.

87.  PERRYMAN5 CARTER (ISAAC4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born November
27, 1842 in Lanier, Georgia, and died July 28, 1928 in Georgia.  He married
ANN HOWELL May 14, 1865, daughter of JESSE HOWELL.  She was born April 28,
1841, and died October 18, 1915.

Notes for PERRYMAN CARTER:
Perryman Carter was born in Lowndes County, Nov. 27, 1842, son of Isaac and
Rachel Carter (Vol.III). He was married May 14, 1865 to Mrs. Annie Howell
Carter, daughter of Jesse Howell (Vol.11) and widow of George Carter, a
Confederate casualty, who was a son of William and Nannie Carter and a 1st
cousin to Perryman Carter.

Mr. Carter enlisted Sept. 17, 1861, in Co. "B", 18th Georgia Battalion of
Infantry, and was elected 1st Lieutenant. After serving six months in that
command he was discharged and enlisted in 1862 in Co. "H", 26th Georgia
Regiment, a Lowndes County company, and served until the end of the war. He
surrendered May 10, 1865, at Tallahassee, Fla.
Returning home Mr. Carter married and bought a farm in 1867, on which he
lived until his death, July 28, 1928. This farm was located three or four
miles south of Milltown (now Lakeland), and is now in Lanier County, and
became the property of his son, E. J. Carter who died in 1961. Mrs. Carter,
the wife, was born April 24, 1841, and died Oct. 18, 1915. She and Mr.
Carter were buried at Union Church.

Children of PERRYMAN CARTER and ANN HOWELL are:
        i.      FLORENCE6 CARTER, b. March 03, 1866; m. (1) FRANK L
TERRELL, December
27, 1883; m. (2) ELI WINTERS, November 04, 1905.
        ii.     ARREN TYSON CARTER, b. October 06, 1868; m. (1) ANNA
HERRING; b. Abt.
1872; m. (2) DAISY CAREY, May 06, 1898.
        iii.    EZEKIEL J CARTER, b. May 28, 1872; d. 1961; m. GENEVA
PETERS, January
20, 1896; b. Abt. 1873, Lowndes Co, Georgia.
        iv.     ROBERT EDWARD CARTER, b. July 27, 1875; m. CORNELIA
SIRMANS.
        v.      LIZZIE CATHERINE CARTER, b. July 09, 1878; m. CHARLES
MALICHI LANKFORD,
November 22, 1905; b. May 19, 1879.

88.  MARTHA5 CARTER (ISAAC4, JESSE3, GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1849, and
died December 03, 1910.  She married JOHN H RENTZ 1869 in Lowndes Co,
Georgia.  He was born December 20, 1845 in Lowndes Co, Georgia, and died
July 18, 1905.

Child of MARTHA CARTER and JOHN RENTZ is:
        i.      EFFIE6 RENTZ, b. October 15, 1875; m. SMITH M CARTER,
January 12, 1899,
Blackshear, Pierce, Georgia; b. 1872.


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Sharon
Thank you so much!!  What fast results to my first post on this list -- this
is exactly the family I'm searching for.
Jane Carter, b. 1818, m. John B. Williams (my gg-gparents).  Their daughter,
Sarah Williams, m. Martin J. Inman (my g-grandparents).  Their daughter,
Elpha "Effie" Inman m. Zacariah Carter (my grandparents).....no known
relation to George Carter.  Their daughter, Mamie Jewell Carter m. Thomas
Jackson Bozeman (my parents).

Does anyone have any more information on this line?

What a great list!!  Thank you so much.
Nancy Bozeman Byrd

 a message dated 04/27/2001 5:56:08 PM Eastern Daylight Time,
shadri@perry.gulfnet.com writes:

<< 1. WILLIAM3 CARTER (GEORGE2, JACOB1) was born 1788-1795 in Colleton Dist,
 S.C., and died Abt. 1855 in Appling, Ga. He married MARGARET DURRENCE.

 Children of WILLIAM CARTER and MARGARET DURRENCE are:

 i. SARAH4 CARTER, b. 1808; d. Abt. 1878; m. WILLIAM ROBINSON.

 ii. NANCY CARTER, b. 1810-1812; m. SAMUEL JR SELLARS.

 2. iii. DAVID L CARTER, b. 1812, Tattnall, Ga; d. 1880-1889, Appling, Ga.

 3. iv. WILLIAM JR CARTER, b. 1812-1814, Tattnall, Ga; d. July 1864, C.S.
 Army, Atlanta.

 4. v. GEORGE CARTER, b. 1816; d. 1882.

 vi. JANE CARTER, b. 1818; m. JOHN B WILLIAMS.

 vii. ELIZABETH CARTER, b. 1818, Tattnall, Ga; d. December 28, 1891; m. JOHN
 MILLENDER SR SELLERS, Abt. 1856.

 viii. MARGARET AKA MARYANN CARTER, b. Abt. 1824; m. WILLIAM BROOKER.


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