Ancestor’s of Hodding Carter, III whose letter and articles I saved below

 

Source "The Carter Family" by Kim Carter Stewart

 

Norris Carter was born Nov. 8, 1748, the son of Peter and Judith Norris Carter, in Fauquier Co., VA, a brother to Job Carter,  Norris married Agnes Allen. It is possible, but unproven, that Agnes may have been married before to a Taylor and widowed. Norris and Agnes had ten known children.

 

The exact date that Norris Carter came to the frontier is unknown. It is known that he signed the petition for forming Russell County, VA. on Dec. 9, 1785.

 

Norris and his family lived for a time in Fort Blackmore, VA. His original land grant lay on both sides of the Clinch River and adjoined that of Benjamin Pendleton.

 

Norris lived most of his life on the south side of the river, but on Nov. 17, 1805, bought 72 acres adjoining his land at the mouth of Cove Creek from Robert Mitchell. Mitchell had bought this tract from John Carter whose patent was dated April 1, 1783. To reach his homestead on the south side, one must cross the swinging bridge at Slant, turn left on a road which comes to an end about a mile away, and then take a short walk to the knoll where a very old house is standing. This log house is believed to be the very house that Norris built himself. He appeared to have lived the latter part of his life on the north side of the Clinch though and probably died there between June 7 and Aug. 13, 1816 Agnes survived him. Both are buried on the south side of the river.

http://members.tripod.com/don.mckinney/johnpendleton.html

Rev John Pendleton was born between 1782/1792 & was the son of Benjamin Pendleton, a Revolutionary War veteran who left Amherst County Virginia during the 1780’s and settled in southwest Virginia along the Clinch River of what is now Scott County. The Pendleton ancestors originally came from Norwich, England and settled in Virginia during the 1660's.

Benjamin married Frances Carter who was killed in 1791 during an indian attack at Mocassin Gap near the Clinch River. He is believed to have married his wife’s sister Sarah Carter a few months later. Frances & Sarah Carter were daughters of Peter & Judith (Norris) Carter who also came from the Amherst County, VA area, settlling in the Clinch River area at same time as the Pendleton family.

http://www.penjaccphoto.com/penleyged/nti00640.htm

JOSEPH CARTER was the fourth son of Peter Carter and Judith (Norris) Carter. His tombstone in the Carter Cemetery at Rye Cove in Scott County, Virginia, shows 'Joseph Carter Died August 16th 1808 aged about 75. " However, his father wrote in his Prayer Book that his son Joseph was born "4th September 1736" and I am using that birth date, which would mean Joseph lacked 19 days being 72 years old when he died in 1808.

 

In the Draper Manuscripts, written by Lyman Draper the following was told to Drapper in 1883 by Thomas W. Carter, son of Dale Carter. son of Norris Carter. Carter's Fort was 6 miles west of Fort Blackmore on Boone & Porter’s Road.

"I have before me a letter from yourself bearing the date May 16th, 1883. Before answering I will inform you the cause why I did not answer you sooner. At the time it came to hand I was so feeble, the letter was kept from me for a long time; when I had gained health it had been misplaced at length it was found. The books you sent are being read by my grand children with great interest. I here thank you for the presents. Mister Draper I fear there has been some reports made to you from this country that are untrue; & in answering I may contradict your first question relative to Pat’k Porter. Patrick Porter died in 1810 or 1811 was between Eight and Ninety years of age; his fort was not known by any other name than Porters fort."

 

Further on in the commentary by Thomas W. Carter he states:

2 Quest)"The Devils Race Path Branch is a small branch emptying into a creek called (page 47-1) Stock Creek, one half mile below the Natural Tunnel through which the creek passes, a great natural curiosity: Two & half miles above where it mouths in to Clinch River. The branch heads near the top of a ridge called Purchess Ridge & runs between two spurs of said ridge, Rising abruptly on either side to a considerable height; the bed of the branch being the bed of the path which was very difficult to pass over. About 1790, a man by the name of James Paine (James Paine/Payne was a brother to my ancestor John Payne, son of Reuben Payne- Joe Payne) made a settlement at the mouth of said branch. Another man by the name of Simon Dotson at the head; Paine's house became the Resort of bad men, Dotson made whiskey & sold to those men until it became dangerous for travelers to pass through the gorge & Received the name of Devils Race Path Branch.

Another interesting point that the DNA study has discovered is that if the claim of one of the DNA donor’s is correct that he is a descendant of the Watauga Signer, Col. John Carter, father of Landon Carter, then there is no relationship to either the Robert “King” Carter line of the this Thomas Carter line.  Carter County, Tennessee name was taken from Landon Carter and Elizabethton, Tennessee’s name comes from Landon Carter’s wife Elizabeth McLin Carter.

 

1.   Job CARTER (Peter CARTER8, Thomas CARTER , Jr.7, Thomas CARTER6, William Anscell CARTER5, William CARTER II4, William CARTER3, Thomas CARTER2, William CARTER1) was born 01 JAN 1732/33, and died 08 NOV 1782. He married Sarah ROB 11 JAN 1768. She was born BET 1700 AND 1728. He married Judith HARRIS 27 JUL 1778. She was born BET 1730 AND 1761.

 

One of the better Carter websites by  Daniel Zieman  Carters of Virginia - Sons of John The Vintner of London *  
Facts about this clan Carters of Barford
Major Thomas * and son Capt. Thomas Carter Sr.

Facts about this clan Carters of Corotoman Col. John * and son Robert King

Facts about this clan Carters of Isle of Wight William of Surry * ..... and sons Thomas Carters

 

Job and Peter Carter Jr. are proven by their wills in Amherst to be nephews to Charles Sr., that is, sons of Peter who was guardian to our Charles; parenthetically, the names Job and Peter are not found in the King Carter lines. However ....... who was the Job Carter who was the third witness to the will of Thomas Junior? Separately, there is some disagreement over the parents of John Loving, but it is agreed his wife was Susannah Lomax - of Caroline County - and she was the sister of the rather unique Lunsford Lomax. It then turns out that Howard Cash was the brother of Peter back in Stafford, who did the Eaves appraisal with our Charles. etc.etc.etc.

The esteemed researcher who connects Col. John to the Corotoman line by the name of   Daniel Zieman says on his website

On the technical side of things, we have this from the website of the Carter Cousins: (their whole methodolgy is in serious question - questioned by others, as well as ourselves).  Just from a sample of one each, these "proven" lineages are very dubious, and is the reason why several researchers have ignored this data:

17720 John / Robert (Corotoman)    -- 13 22 14 10 13 14 11 14 12 12 11 29 .....These two really suspect, have to
14489 Capt Thomas 1630 (Rye Cove)---13 23 14 11 11 15 12 12 12 13 14 29 ...... be closer if they are 1st cousins.
19789 John  (Watauga)     E3b       -- 13 24 13 11 16 18 11 12 12 13 11 30 ...... Not even the same Haplo Group!

Having said that, the cluster of the several donors for Capt. Thomas appears credible and reasonably consistent; there are two rather well documented entries for members of the separate Carter Society

 

Children of Job CARTER and Sarah ROB are:

+Dale CARTER was born BET 1733 AND 1765, and died 12 DEC 1776.

+Elizabeth CARTER was born BET 1734 AND 1761.

  Nancy CARTER was born BET 1736 AND 1764. She married Cornelius VAUGHAN 11 NOV 1778. He was born BET 1726 AND 1758.

+Solomon CARTER was born 1739, and died 1786.

 Peter CARTER was born 1770.

+Job Dawson CARTER was born 1771, and died 1811.

  Will CARTER was born ABT 1773.

 

Descendant Register, Generation No. 2

 

2. Dale CARTER (Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born BET 1733 AND 1765, and died 12 DEC 1776. He married Katherine PORTER BET 1768 AND 1811. She was born BET 1751 AND 1774. He married Mary ROBINSON 23 NOV 1785. She was born BET 1741 AND 1768.

 

Child of Dale CARTER and Katherine PORTER is:

+9 I  Mary Polly CARTER was born 10 JAN 1793 in Virginia, and died 18 JAN 1882 in Rye Cove, Scott County, Virginia.

 

3.  Elizabeth CARTER (Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born BET 1734 AND 1761. She married Martin William DAWSON 1778. He was born BET 1726 AND 1758.

 

Child of Elizabeth CARTER and Martin William DAWSON is:

 10 i.             Elizabeth Carter DAWSON was born BET 1748 AND 1775. She married Reuben RUCKER 07 AUG 1792. He was born BET 1740 AND 1772.

 

5.         Solomon CARTER (Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born 1739, and died 1786.

 

Child of Solomon CARTER is:

11  i.  Thomas Elisha CARTER was born 1790. He married Elizabeth PRICE 09 DEC 1817. She was born BET 1779 AND 1801.

 

7.   Job Dawson CARTER (Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born 1771, and died 1811. He married Sarah Newton LANE BET 1789 AND 1807, daughter of Joseph LANE and Mary NEWTON. She was born 1773, and died 1826.

 

Children of Job Dawson CARTER and Sarah Newton LANE are:

 12  I Creath CARTER was born BET 1791 AND 1811.

+13  ii. Isaac Newton CARTER was born 1806, and died 1882.

 14  iii. Mary Fairfax CARTER was born 1807. She married John MARTIN Jr BET 1821 AND 1854. He was born BET 1790 AND 1810.

 

Descendant Register, Generation No. 3

 

9.          Mary Polly CARTER (Dale CARTER7, Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born 10 JAN 1793 in Virginia, and died 18 JAN 1882 in Rye Cove, Scott County, Virginia. She married James STEWART 1812 in Scott County, Virginia, son of William STEWART and Jemima CARTER. He was born 28 FEB 1790 in Scott County, Virginia, and died 12 SEP 1837 in Scott County, Virginia.

 Children of Mary Polly CARTER and James STEWART are:

 15  i. Wlliam STEWART was born 1806 in Scott County, Virginia. He married Sarah DORTON 02 JUL 1832 in Scott County, Virginia. She was born BET 1794 AND 1816.

 16  ii.      Jemima STEWART was born 1808 in Scott County, Virginia. She married William J. MURPHY 17 FEB 1830 in Scott County, Virginia. He was born BET 1784 AND 1810.

 17  iii.        Elisha W. STEWART was born 1810 in Scott County, Virginia. He married Melissa STARNES 05 AUG 1849 in Scott County, Virginia. She was born BET 1806 AND 1832.

 18  iv.Henry STEWART was born BET 1811 AND 1835.

+19  v. Dale Carter STEWART was born 1816 in Scott County, Virginia, and died in Lawrence, , Kentucky.

 20  vi.   Catherine STEWART was born 1820 in Scott County, Virginia. She married James A. TAYLOR 27 MAR 1841 in Scott County, Virginia. He was born BET 1795 AND 1822.

 21  vii.      Harmon STEWART was born 1823 in Scott County, Virginia. He married Drushane FLANNERY 23 FEB 1644/45 in Scott County, Virginia. She was born BET 1608 AND 1834.

 

13. Isaac Newton CARTER (Job Dawson CARTER7, Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born 1806, and died 1882. He married Ann Margaret KEARSLEY 1826, daughter of Jonathan KEARSLEY and Ann Rambo HUMPHREYS. She was born 19 MAY 1809, and died 20 AUG 1849.

 Children of Isaac Newton CARTER and Ann Margaret KEARSLEY are:

 22  i.                  Sarah Newton CARTER was born BET 1827 AND 1848. She married William GALLAHERS BET 1843 AND 1884. He was born BET 1817 AND 1847.

 23   ii.          Thomas Lane CARTER was born BET 1827 AND 1848. He married Anna Maria Hennen JENNINGS BET 1847 AND 1888. She was born BET 1826 AND 1856.

 

         William Hodding Carter, I (April 17, 1881 - August 3, 1955), was a businessman, Democratic politician, and farmer from Hammond, the largest community in Tangipahoa Parish, one of the "Florida parishes" east of Baton Rouge in southeastern Louisiana. Carter was a leading spokesman for the anti-Long faction.

 

Carter was born in Kentwood, also Tangipahoa Parish, to Thomas Lane Carter and the former Anna Hennen Jennings. He was educated at Sheffield High School in Sheffield, Alabama, at a college preparatory school in Lebanon, Tennessee, and Rugby Academy and Tulane University, both in New Orleans. After college, he worked in both sugar and cotton production and became the cashier of the American Cotton Oil Company in Vidalia, the seat of Concordia Parish, located west of the Mississippi River.

 

He moved to Hammond in 1905, and in 1906 married the former Irma Dutartre of Natchez, Mississippi (Adams County), the daughter of cotton planter John D. Dutartre and the former Corinne Henderson. He worked for several farming associations; in 1924, he became manager of the Farm Bureau in Hammond. He and Irma had three children: William Hodding Carter, II (1907- 1972), a newspaper editor and publisher and author; John Boatner Carter (born 1908), and Corinne Carter (born 1910). He later married the former Lucille Ballenger.

 

             William Hodding Carter, II (February 3, 1907 - April 4, 1972) was a prominent Southern U.S. progressive journalist and author. Carter was born in Hammond, the largest community in Tangipahoa Parish, in southeastern Louisiana, to William Hodding Carter, I (1881–1955), and the former Irma Dutartre.  The Carters married on October 14, 1931. In addition to Hodding and Philip, they had a younger son, Thomas Hennen Carter (1945–1964).  Betty Werlein Carter, a journalist who helped her husband, Pulitzer Prize-winning editor Hodding Carter II, crusade against racism through editorials and articles in the newspaper they founded, the Mississippi Delta Democrat-Times died March 2, 2000.  http://articles.latimes.com/2000/mar/04/news/mn-5191

 

On his way home on a plane Carter found out about Kennedy's death and was devastated. A passenger on the plane said, "Well, we got that son-of-a-bitch, didn't we?" Carter responded, "Who are you talking about?" The passenger said, "You know damn well who I'm talking about", to which Carter responded by saying "You're just a son-of-a-bitch", and then punching the passenger in the mouth.   http://www.biographicon.com/view/hijgc

 

Hodding Carter, II - Oral History detailed view. - Speaker: Hodding Carter, Jr. - Date: December 31, 1969
http://millercenter.org/scripps/archive/oralhistories/detail/2350

 

Description: Journalist and editor dedicated to fighting against racial, religious and economic intolerance, specifically the "Citizen's Council", an organization formed to preserve segregation in the South, and against such state politicians as Theodore Bilbo, James Eastland and John Rankin.

 

Hodding Carter: The Reconstruction of a Racist (Hardcover)   http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/ASIN/0945575386/bookrags    Workmanlike biography of the combative (but socially adept) editor/publisher of Mississippi's Greenville Delta Democrat-Times. Carter (1907-72) was hailed as a courageous integrationist by the eastern establishment (which awarded him a Pulitzer); criticized by blacks and progressive whites for supporting merely a more gentlemanly status quo; vilified as a ``nigger-lover'' and Communist by segregationists--and was still (as a Louisiana-born true southerner) invited to preside over the Delta Debutante Club Ball. Here, Waldron (Close Connections, 1987, etc.) offers few clues to the development of Carter's social vision (and one wonders just how much he was actually reconstructed), but her picture of the pre-civil-rights Deep South gives memory a salutary jolt: Carter's newspaper profoundly shocked white sensibilities by printing a photograph of black Olympic athlete Jesse Owens and by deciding that the black Red Cross chair deserved a courtesy title- -``Mrs. St. Hille'' rather than ``the St. Hille woman.'' Carter enjoyed a good fight: He took on demagogues like Huey Long and Theodore Bilbo with relish and invective, and his editorials excoriated white Mississippians for denying blacks decent education and protection under the law even as they reiterated his opposition to social equality. Financial struggles--more than politics- -repeatedly threatened the paper: Carter suffered from personal attacks, his youngest son's death, deteriorating eyesight, alcoholism, and, eventually, Alzheimer's. A Greenville booster, he was active with local organizations such as the Chamber of Commerce, as was his wife, Betty, who helped keep the paper going and was the uncredited coauthor of many of Carter's books. Waldron eschews both hero-making and debunking: readable if surfacey. -- Copyright ©1993, Kirkuus Associates, LP. All rights reserved.

 

Carter died in Greenville of a heart attack at the age of sixty-five. He is interred in the Greenville Cemetery.

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hodding_Carter_III

 

             Hodding Carter, III (born April 7, 1935), is an American journalist and politician best known for his role as assistant secretary of state in the Jimmy Carter administration.

 

 

Carter was born in New Orleans to journalist and publisher William Hodding Carter, II (1907-1972), and the former Betty Werlein (1910-2000). He grew up in Greenville, Mississippi, a Mississippi River delta city which is the seat of Washington County, Mississippi. Carter attended Greenville High School and then transferred to Phillips Exeter Academy in New Hampshire, from which he graduated in 1953. He then attended Princeton University in Princeton, New Jersey, having graduated summa cum laude in 1957. That same year, he married the former Margaret Ainsworth. They had a son, Hodding Carter IV, and three daughters, Catherine Carter, Margaret Carter, and actress Finn Carter (born 1960). The couple divorced in 1978, and Carter that same year married Patricia Murphy "Patt" Derian, then a human rights official in the Jimmy Carter administration and an author on topics relating to foreign policy, civil rights, and the "New South".

 

Carter has a brother, Philip Dutartre Carter (born 1939), former publisher of the Delta Democrat-Times, of Greenville, the newspaper started by their father and later publisher of the Vieux Carré Courier and financier of the weekly paper Gambit, both of New Orleans.

 

After Princeton, Carter served in the United States Marine Corps for two years. In 1959, he began working for the Delta Democrat-Times as a reporter. He was thereafter the paper's managing editor and associate publisher. He also wrote the book The South Strikes Back. He won the Sigma Delta Chi National Profession Journalism Society Award for Editorial Writing in 1961.

 

In the 1960s, Carter was involved in civil rights movement, both editorially and in political action. In 1968, he co-chaired the board that dissolved Mississippi's previously all- white delegation to the Democratic National Convention, but later criticized that new Delta Ministry in his editorials.

 

Hodding Carter, III came from a very southern family in the State of Mississippi. It has long been thought and reported that Hodding Carter, III was a descendant of "King" Carter of Virginia, but DNA is pointing toward that being untrue (more below and on a separate page I am preparing). His last known and proven ancestor is JOB CARTER and it is unlikely that JOB was a descendant of "KING". (Your humble servant, JOE PAYNE)

On April 1, 1974, two years after his father Hodding Carter, II died, he granted an interview to the Southern Oral History Program Collection. I have to warn you there is strong language. The link below will let you listen to that interview:

In 1964, he worked on Lyndon Johnson's presidential campaign, but Johnson and his vice-presidential choice, U.S. Senator Hubert H. Humphrey of Minnesota, received only 13 percent of the vote in Mississippi in the last election held prior to passage of the Voting Rights Act of 1965. Carter also worked on Jimmy Carter's campaign in 1976. President Carter appointed him Assistant Secretary of State for Public Affairs and State Department spokesman.

A quote from by Phil Gasper International Socialist Review

“The Carter administration was well aware that in backing the mujahideen it was supporting forces with reactionary social goals, but this was outweighed by its own geopolitical interests. In August 1979, a classified State Department report bluntly asserted that "the United States' larger interest...would be served by the demise of the Taraki-Amin regime, despite whatever setbacks this might mean for future social and economic reforms in Afghanistan." That same month, in a stunning display of hypocrisy, State Department spokesperson Hodding Carter piously announced that the U.S. "expect[s] the principle of nonintervention to be respected by all parties in the area, including the Soviet Union."      More on my site

 

Because of the Iran Hostage Crisis, Carter came into the public eye much more frequently than most of his predecessors and successors.

When Ronald Reagan was elected in 1980, Carter left his post in the government and moved into television. Up until 1994, he held various positions for ABC, BBC, CBC, CNN, NBC, and PBS, including anchor, political commentator, panelist, and reporter. He also regularly wrote op-ed columns for various newspapers including the Wall Street Journal.[1]

 

Beginning in 1994 he served as the Knight Professor of Public Affairs Journalism at the University of Maryland, College Park.   He resigned the post in 1998 to become the president of the Knight Foundation.  He serves on a commission funded by the foundation, the Knight Commission on Intercollegiate Athletics.   Hodding has held positions on Mary Holmes College and for his work on "Inside Story" he won four national Emmy Awards and the Edward R. Murrow Award. He wrote two books,  "The Reagan Years" and "The South Strikes Back." He has written for "The Wall Street Journal," "The New York Times," and the "Washington Post."   He also has honorary doctoral degrees from seven colleges and universities.

 

Since then, Carter has lectured at universities all over the country and continued to do freelance work for the television and print media. His most recent position is University Professor of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

 

2002 James K. Batten Awards and Symposium for Excellence in Civic Journalism

Dinner Keynote Address by: Hodding Carter III, President and CEO, John S. and James L. Knight Foundation

http://www.pewcenter.org/doingcj/speeches/s_carter.html

 

April 22, 2002, The Carolina Inn, Chapel Hill, NC HODDING CARTER III: - that the average reporter does not understand what it is that's necessary to make the payroll, to make the good edifice, to make the thing that he wants. It is that in fact those who control too many of the edifices have actually come to believe that Wall Street has wisdom, and that that wisdom should instruct our business.

 

Let me just say something categorical. There are vast enterprises which reverse that successfully. They tell Wall Street what to believe about what they do, and Wall Street, a prostitute, does precisely what it is told because the money is there. That we, to believe for one moment that a Wall Street which consecrated an Enron, which believed in Arthur Andersen, and which touted the dot-com bubble is able to tell people in journalism what it is that the system of capitalism demands is a perversion of capitalism, it's a perversion of journalism, and it's a perversion of the notion of journalistic integrity.

 

HODDING CARTER III: The truth of the matter is, as in most of the enterprises which Wall Street chooses to be an expert on, they neither understand nor care. They care about one thing, and those are levels of profit margin.

 

Interview with Hodding Carter, April 1, 1974.

Interview A-0100. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

HOLDING PATTERN

Interview with Hodding Carter, April 1, 1974.
Interview A-0100. Southern Oral History Program Collection (#4007)

 

Hodding Carter III  has led a very successful life in journalism and politics. He is still active in the field of journalism and travels to universities giving speeches.

 

 24  iii.            Anna Humphries CARTER was born BET 1827 AND 1848. She married Edward CAMPBELL BET 1843 AND 1884. He was born BET 1817 AND 1847.

 25  iv.Ellen CARTER was born BET 1827 AND 1848.

+Kearsley CARTER was born ABT 1837, and died 1869.

 

Descendant Register, Generation No. 4

 

19.     Dale Carter STEWART (Mary Polly CARTER8, Dale CARTER7, Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born 1816 in Scott County, Virginia, and died in Lawrence, , Kentucky. He married Barbary BOOTH 17 MAR 1850 in Scott County, Virginia. She was born 1834 in Green, , Virginia, and died 1940 in Lawrence, , Kentucky.

Children of Dale Carter STEWART and Barbary BOOTH are:

27  i.Dora STEWART was born BET 1846 AND 1874.

28  ii.  Ellis STEWART was born 1852 in Nicklesville, Wise County, Virginia. He married Victoria STEWART BET 1869 AND 1902 in Virginia. She was born BET 1848 AND 1868.

+29 iii.  Miles Monroe STEWART was born 25 JAN 1853 in Nicklesville, Wise County, Virginia, and died 15 NOV 1950 in Lawrence, , Kentucky.

 30  iv.George W. STEWART was born 25 JAN 1853 in Nicklesville, Wise County, Virginia, and died FEB 1953 in Lawrence, , Kentucky.

 31  v. Mary STEWART was born 1856 in Scott County, Virginia.

 32  vi. Charles V. STEWART was born 1859 in Nicklesville, Wise County, Virginia.

33  vii.Henry H. STEWART was born 1862 in Nicklesville, Wise County, Virginia.

34  viii. Jemima STEWART was born 1869 in Nicklesville, Wise County, Virginia.

 35  ix.Samantha STEWART was born 1869 in Carter, , Kentucky.

 

26.  Kearsley CARTER (Isaac Newton CARTER8, Job Dawson CARTER7, Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born ABT 1837, and died 1869. He was buried 1916 in Oak Hill Cemetery, Fredericksburg, , Virginia. He married Sarah Rutherford DOUGLASS BET 1849 AND 1866. She was born 08 JUN 1834, and died 19 JUL 1908. She was buried in Cave Hill Cemetery, Louisville, , Kentucky.

Children of Kearsley CARTER and Sarah Rutherford DOUGLASS are:

 36  i. William Douglass CARTER was born 1861. He married Julia WYNN BET 1878 AND 1911. She was born BET 1857 AND 1877.

 A descendant of William Douglas Carter is the DNA participant of this line along with another descendant of Thomas Carter and Katherine Dale.  The three participants are No. 14489 and No. 52334 and 52334.

William Douglass Carter b: January 08, 1861 d: April 7, 1931 in Louisville, KY

.................................................+Julia Reese Winn b: December 9, 1861 d: January 5,1926 in Baltimore County,MD

.......................................................9 Ellerbe Winn Carter b: March 23, 1884 d: October 11, 1972 in Titusville, FL

.............................................................+Patricia Cloyd b: April 19, 1916 d: May 09, 1984 in Titusville, FL

..............................................................10 8 living children including DNA donor 14489

 

+ 37  ii. Kearsley CARTER Jr. was born 08 JUN 1862, and died 26 NOV 1935.

 38  iii. George Douglass CARTER was born 1863.

  39  iv. Drucilla CARTER was born 19 FEB 1865.

   40  v.Lattimore CARTER was born 1866.

  41  vi. Stuart CARTER was born 1867.

 

Descendant Register, Generation No. 5

 

29. Miles Monroe STEWART (Dale Carter STEWART9, Mary Polly CARTER8, Dale CARTER7, Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born 25 JAN 1853 in Nicklesville, Wise County, Virginia, and died 15 NOV 1950 in Lawrence, , Kentucky. He married Ellen LYONS 01 JAN 1874 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, daughter of Levi LYONS and Sarah JORDAN. She was born 11 NOV 1855 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 19 MAR 1926 in Lawrence, , Kentucky.

 

Children of Miles Monroe STEWART and Ellen LYONS are:

 42  i.    Alden STEWART was born 04 DEC 1874 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 1918. He married Barbara Ann CAREY BET 1891 AND 1913. She was born BET 1870 AND 1889.

 43  ii. Absalom Curtis STEWART was born 22 FEB 1877 in Lawrence, , Kentucky. He married Nettie CRUM BET 1894 AND 1927. She was born BET 1873 AND 1893.

 44  iii.  Roberta STEWART was born 11 JUL 1879 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 11 MAY 1963. She married Marion COX BET 1893 AND 1926. He was born BET 1862 AND 1882.

 45  iv. William Ballard STEWART was born 12 APR 1882 in Lawrence, , Kentucky.

+46  v.       Sarah Elizabeth STEWART was born 04 JUL 1883 in Webbville, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died 09 JAN 1971 in Webbville, Lawrence County, Kentucky.

 47  vi.    Martha Belva STEWART was born 24 NOV 1886 in Lawrence County, Kentucky. She married Egbert Wilson "Bert" HAGER BET 1900 AND 1933. He was born 17 OCT 1885 in Madison, , West Virginia, and died JUN 1917.

 48  vii.   Frederick McHenry STEWART was born 01 MAR 1890 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 28 NOV 1988 in Grayson, Carter County, Kentucky. He married Candace May CHAFFIN 15 APR 1915 in Lawrence, , Kentucky. She was born BET 1877 AND 1899.

 49  viii.          Barbara Ellen STEWART was born 27 MAR 1893 in Lawrence, , Kentucky. She married Boughten RATCLIFF 16 MAY 1917 in Lawrence, , Kentucky. He was born BET 1870 AND 1897.

 50  ix.George Firman STEWART was born 12 JAN 1896 in Lawrence, , Kentucky.

 51  x.       Celia Bell STEWART was born 22 APR 1898 in Lawrence, , Kentucky. She married Obie GRIFFITH BET 1912 AND 1945. He was born BET 1881 AND 1901.

 

37.             Kearsley CARTER Jr. (Kearsley CARTER9, Isaac Newton CARTER8, Job Dawson CARTER7, Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born 08 JUN 1862, and died 26 NOV 1935. He married Lillian Annie PRIGMORE 08 DEC 1866, daughter of George W. PRIGMORE and Ann Eliza ELLIOTT. She was born 06 DEC 1866, and died 10 SEP 1933.

 

Child of Kearsley CARTER Jr. and Lillian Annie PRIGMORE is:

 52  i.      Dorothy Elliott CARTER was born 25 DEC 1890. She married Rollin BROUGHTON 09 APR 1913. He was born 05 NOV 1886, and died 05 MAY 1958.

 

Descendant Register, Generation No. 6

 

46.    Sarah Elizabeth STEWART (Miles Monroe STEWART10, Dale Carter STEWART9, Mary Polly CARTER8, Dale CARTER7, Job CARTER6, Thomas CARTER Jr.5, Thomas CARTER4, William CARTER III3, William CARTER Jr.2, William CARTER1) was born 04 JUL 1883 in Webbville, Lawrence County, Kentucky, and died 09 JAN 1971 in Webbville, Lawrence County, Kentucky. She married Samuel J. Tilton MCKINNEY 07 JUN 1902 in Glenwood, Lawrence County, Kentucky, son of William H. MCKINNEY and Mary Jane HICKS. He was born 18 OCT 1877 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 15 DEC 1960 in Lawrence, , Kentucky.

                                                                                                                                          

Children of Sarah Elizabeth STEWART and Samuel J. Tilton MCKINNEY are:

 53 i.       Nellie MCKINNEY was born 11 AUG 1904 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 27 JAN 1978 in Lawrence, , Kentucky. She married Hedrick Bradley ARTIS 11 OCT 1924 in Carter, , Kentucky. He was born BET 1879 AND 1905, and died BET 1928 AND 1971.

54 ii. Lenoard J MCKINNEY was born 16 JUL 1906 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 02 JUN 1993 in Jefferson, , Kentucky.

55 iii.   Nannie Edith MCKINNEY was born 20 OCT 1911 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 13 JUL 1986 in Boyd, , Kentucky. She married John PENNINGTON.

 56 iv. Lovell G. MCKINNEY was born 19 MAY 1917 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 16 FEB 1992 in Lorain, , Ohio.

 57  v.    Lona Belva MCKINNEY was born 30 APR 1919 in Lawrence, , Kentucky, and died 24 FEB 1979 in Carter, , Kentucky.

 

 

 

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