Robert Carter

M, b. May 1923
     Robert Carter was born in May 1923. He was the son of Herb Carter and Martha Faye Triem.
Note: Deceased, 4 children.

Russell Lide Carter

M, b. 13 November 1950, d. 25 November 1984
     Russell Lide Carter was born on 13 November 1950 at Reno, Washoe Co., NV. He was the son of Joseph George Carter Jr. and Wilber Mae Frizzell. Russell Lide Carter died on 25 November 1984 at Denver, CO, at age 34.

Samuel Carter

M
     Samuel Carter married Eliza Ann Starr, daughter of Henry C. Starr and Sarah Ann Lewis, on 22 December 1851 at Pike Co., OH.

Samuel Carter

M
     Samuel Carter married Elizabeth Ann Starr, daughter of Samuel Starr and Elizabeth Stump, on 6 May 1819 at Camp Creek Twp., Pike Co., OH.

Sharon Lynn Carter

F, b. 2 February 1954, d. 30 August 2008
     Sharon Lynn Carter was born on 2 February 1954 at Ashland, Jackson Co., OR. She died on 30 August 2008 at Multnomah Co., OR, at age 54.

Stanley Carter1

M, b. circa 1900
     Stanley Carter was born circa 1900 at Mexico.1 He was the son of Rev. David Wendel Carter and Cornelia Stanley Keith.1

Citations

  1. [S1975] 1910 Federal Census, Bexar County, Texas. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1532; FHL #1375545.

Thomas Carter1

M, b. circa 1834
     Thomas Carter was born circa 1834 at Greene Co. (probably), TN.1 He married Maria (?).1

Child of Thomas Carter and Maria (?)

Citations

  1. [S1689] 1870 Federal Census, Greene County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1531; FHL #553030.

Treca Lenore Carter

F, b. 1906, d. 1998
     Treca Lenore Carter was born in 1906. She married Arnold Lee Gardner, son of Elmer Ellsworth Gardner and Mary Adelaide Devol. Treca Lenore Carter died in 1998.

Viola Myrtle Carter

F, b. 25 February 1892, d. 8 November 1962
     Viola Myrtle Carter was born on 25 February 1892. She married Thomas Henry Wimpee, son of William Jasper Wimpee and Mary Frances Huntsman. Viola Myrtle Carter died on 8 November 1962 at age 70. She was buried in November 1962 at Mount Pleasant Methodist Church Cemetery, Scottsville, Allen Co., KY, Findagrave #63781244.

Children of Viola Myrtle Carter and Thomas Henry Wimpee

Citations

  1. [S4525] 1940 Federal Census, Allen County, Kentucky. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 1276.

Violet Winifred Carter

F, b. 16 January 1927, d. 21 October 1992
     Violet Winifred Carter was born on 16 January 1927 at Bowling Green, Warren Co., KY. She was the daughter of Crittenden Carter and Alma Ann Harman. Violet Winifred Carter married Howard Lee Elston, son of Lewis Everett Elston and Etha Ruth Osborn, on 20 June 1946 at Illinois. Violet Winifred Carter and Howard Lee Elston were divorced before 1980. Violet Winifred Carter died on 21 October 1992 at Lawrence, Douglas Co., KS, at age 65. She was buried in October 1992 at Underwood Cemetery, Williamstown, Jefferson Co., KS.

Children of Violet Winifred Carter and Howard Lee Elston

William Carter1

M, b. March 1852
     William Carter was born in March 1852 at Virginia.1 He married Mary Alice (?) circa 1887.1

Child of William Carter and Mary Alice (?)

Citations

  1. [S465] 1900 Federal Census, Washington County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T623, Roll 1603; FHL #1241603.

William Carter

M, b. 8 February 1811, d. 4 April 1888
     William Carter was born on 8 February 1811 at Virginia. He married Jemima Jane Hillyard on 14 September 1850 at Indiana. William Carter died on 4 April 1888 at Henry Co., IA, at age 77

Biography -- (Findagrave.com):

William, first son of Samuel Hillman and Martha (Jobes) Carter (born Feb. 8, 1811 in Virginia and died Aug. 8, 1834 in Zanesville, Ohio), (son of Isaac P. Carter) was born Nov. 24, 1828, Zanesville, Muskingum county, Ohio; died April 4, 1888, Mt. Pleasant, Henry county, Iowa.

His childhood days were spent near where he was born; but in the fall of 1836 he with his parents and family went to Grant county, Ind. Here his father bought land and commenced to improve it; but having weak lungs, he fell a victim to consumption before William was ten years old. He was the oldest of four children and with his stepmother was left to make a living in the woods with but little cleared land, and you may be sure they had a tough time of it even in spite of the help of very kind neighbors. The stepmother was a hard worker and good manager so they got along very well for the chance they had.

His stepmother married again after a little over six years of widowhood and he went and lived with a neighbor.
Jemima Jane Hillyard, first daughter of Jacob and Martha (Eviston) Hillyard, was born Jan. 15, 1834, Guernsey Co., Ohio; died 19, German descent.

She moved with her parents and family to Delaware county, Ind., when she was twelve years old and being the oldest girl in the family the mother needed her very badly to help about the household duties and to care for the children, so she did not get to go to school very much and is a very poor scholar.

William Carter and Jemima Jane Hillyard were married Sept. 15, 1850, Delaware county, Indiana, To this union three daughters were born:

Martha Ann, Oct. 26, 1852, Matthews, Grant county, Ind; died 19

Emily Jane, May 17, 1854, Matthews, Grant county, Ind; died 19

Olive May, March 27, 1866, Henry county, Iowa; died 19

He bought his stepmother's interest in the home farm and went to housekeeping in the old house. They did very well while they stayed here, and acquired some property; but thinking they could do better farther west they sold out in 1855 and in the spring of 1856 he and his uncle David and families started in wagons for Brodhead, Wisconsin.

Not finding anything there to suit them they went on to Linn county, Iowa, and stopped with relatives there until he and his uncle made a tour to Mahaska county, hunting a place to locate. On their way back his uncle bought a farm and the crop partly put in near Sigourney, in Keokuk county. They all went to this farm and that fall he went to Henry county and bought eighty acres of unimproved prairie land paying $1,600 for it. In February, 1857, they moved to Henry county and put them up a good frame house as soon as possible. He traded his horses for oxen and went to breaking prairie and improving the farm. The posts he got near Trenton and had to haul them nine miles and with an ox team it was a busy day's work to get a load. He hauled his fire wood from the same place and the lumber from Mt. Pleasant to build a four board fence, white oak posts and pine lumber. His money did not come from Indiana as soon as he expected and after he got the material on the ground for the fence, he could not get $3.00 to buy a keg of nails to put it up with. These difficulties were very trying on the new settler. Other difficulties of the close times were to get something to eat and wear. His wife and a neighbor woman went to town together with a little trade and both wanted calico for a dress and as they did not have enough to get two dress patterns, she let the other woman have her money to get her a dress; she waiting until another time for hers. It was by the very closest living at this time that they saved their land which afterwards made them such a beautiful farm and home. A few years of close living and then the Civil war came on. Money was plentiful, so in 1865 they put up a good barn, leaving the prairie stable covered with slough grass to go down and not many years after they put up a better house with cellar under it and had a very convenient farm and home which he enjoyed to the fullest extent. He was not anxious to add to it; but helped their children, as they left home, to homes of their own and theirs was a pleasant family.

They were members of the Methodist church. In 1872 they heard the doctrine of the First Day Adventists preached and accepted it as Bible truth and lived the same, the children following the parents. He was a man of an upright character whose word was as good as his bond.

When she sold her interest in the homestead to her son-in- law, she reserved a room in the house for her own use where she now lives. She is a woman who has been kind to others and done much to help the sick and needy and many bless her name for the kindness they received from her.

History of Isaac P. Carter Family and Their Descendants compiled by his grandson Howard Carter. 1905.

He was buried in April 1888 at Hickory Grove Cemetery, Henry Co., IA, Findagrave #72413322.

Child of William Carter and Jemima Jane Hillyard

William Henley Carter

M, b. 24 April 1917, d. 24 April 1917
     William Henley Carter died on 24 April 1917. He was born on 24 April 1917. He was the son of Judson Guy Carter and Ethel Oatman Henley. William Henley Carter was buried in April 1917 at Monte Vista Memorial Park, Johnson City, Washington Co., TN, Find A Grave Memorial# 110813793.

William J. Carter

M, b. 23 September 1849, d. 3 December 1914
     William J. Carter was born on 23 September 1849 at Carter Co., TN.1 He was the son of Landon Duffield Carter and Deborah Ellis. William J. Carter died on 3 December 1914 at Elizabethton, Carter Co., TN, at age 65.

Citations

  1. [S1971] 1850 Federal Census, Carter County, Tennessee. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M432, Roll 873.

Archer Carterette1

M, b. circa 1916
     Archer Carterette was born circa 1916 at Virginia.1 He was the son of Walter Franklin Carterette and Ada F. Wynne.1

Citations

  1. [S761] 1930 Dade County, Florida. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 308-11; FHL #2340043-46.

Esther Carterette1

F, b. circa 1921
     Esther Carterette was born circa 1921 at Florida.1 She was the daughter of Walter Franklin Carterette and Ada F. Wynne.1

Citations

  1. [S761] 1930 Dade County, Florida. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 308-11; FHL #2340043-46.

Ruth Carterette1

F, b. circa 1919
     Ruth Carterette was born circa 1919 at Virginia.1 She was the daughter of Walter Franklin Carterette and Ada F. Wynne.1

Citations

  1. [S761] 1930 Dade County, Florida. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 308-11; FHL #2340043-46.

Walter Franklin Carterette1

M, b. 7 October 1884, d. 27 April 1955
     Walter Franklin Carterette was born on 7 October 1884 at Wilmington, New Hanover Co., NC, WW I draft registration.1 He married Ada F. Wynne, daughter of Robert John Wynne and Susan Newman, on 10 October 1911 at Home of the Bride's Parents, James City Co., VA, ceremony by Rev. A. J. Renforth, pastor, Christian church.1 Walter Franklin Carterette lived in 1917 at Warwick Co., VA, WW I draft registration. He lived on 16 April 1930 at 1805 Northwest 34th Street, Miami, Dade Co., FL, interior decorator.1 He was buried in 1955 at Flagler Memorial Park, Miami, Miami-Dade Co., FL. He died on 27 April 1955 at Miami, Dade Co., FL, at age 70

Obituary -- The Miami Herald, Miami, Florida; Thursday, 28 apr 1955, p.30 (Newspapers.com):

Walter Carterette

Walter Frank Carterette, of 1707 NW 32nd st., retired painting contractor who came here 33 years ago from Newport News, Va., died Wednesday. He was 72.

A civilian employe of the shipyards in Newport News during World War I, he moved to Miami in 1922 and entered the painting contracting business.

He retired eight years ago.

He was a native of Wilmington, N.C. Surviving are his wife, Ada; three sons, Archer and Russell, of Miami, and Walter, Jr. of Orlando; and two daughters, Mrs. William Sands, of Oshawa, Canada, and Mrs. Max Trummer, of Queens, N.Y.

Services will be at 3 p.m. Saturday in Bess Memorial Chapel with burial in Flagler Memorial Park.

Children of Walter Franklin Carterette and Ada F. Wynne

Citations

  1. [S761] 1930 Dade County, Florida. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 308-11; FHL #2340043-46.

Walter Franklin Carterette1

M, b. 12 February 1912, d. 25 May 1982
     Walter Franklin Carterette was born on 12 February 1912 at New York City, New York, WW II draft registration.1 He was the son of Walter Franklin Carterette and Ada F. Wynne.1 Walter Franklin Carterette died on 25 May 1982 at Loma Linda, San Bernardino Co., CA, at age 70. He was buried in May 1982 at Greenwood Cemetery, Orlando, Orange Co., FL, Findagrave #19684025.

Citations

  1. [S761] 1930 Dade County, Florida. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Rolls 308-11; FHL #2340043-46.

Joseph Andrew Cartlidge

M, b. 19 September 1885, d. 27 December 1962
     Joseph Andrew Cartlidge was born on 19 September 1885 at Mississippi.1 He married Frances Ellen Baker.1 Joseph Andrew Cartlidge lived on 16 April 1930 at New Augusta Road, Forrest Co., MS, truck driver.1 He lived in 1944 at Harvey, Jefferson Par., LA. He died on 27 December 1962 at age 77. He was buried in December 1962 at Sunrise Cemetery, Sunrise, Forrest Co., MS, Findagrave #68491104.

Child of Joseph Andrew Cartlidge and Frances Ellen Baker

Citations

  1. [S5331] 1930 Federal Census, Forrest County, Mississippi. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1145; FHL #2340880.

Mary Ellen Cartlidge

F, b. 20 March 1927, d. 10 February 2012
     Mary Ellen Cartlidge was born on 20 March 1927.1 She was the daughter of Joseph Andrew Cartlidge and Frances Ellen Baker.1 Mary Ellen Cartlidge married Frank Gennaro Adamo, son of Frank Joseph Adamo and Margaret Mary Myers, on 29 October 1944 at Sacred Heart Catholic Church, Hattiesburg, Forrest Co., MS,

Wedding Announcement -- Hattiesburg American, Hattiesburg, Mississippi, Tuesday, 31 OCT 1944, p.5 (Newspapers.com):

Adamo-Cartlidge Wedding Rites

The wedding of Miss Mary Ellen Cartlidge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Cartlidge, of Harvey, and Frank Adamo, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Adamo, 1306 Concart street, took place at 4:30 p.m. Sunday in the rectory of Sacred Heart Catholic church. The Rev. Leo Fahey, pastor, read the double ring ceremony.

Miss Rosamond DeFatta was the bride's only attendant. Jack Bevon was best man.

The bride wore a light blue two-piece crepe creation, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and dark blue velvet bows on the shoulders. Her short sleeves came to points on the back of her arm. Her accessories included a black hat, blue plume trim, worn with a rose veil. She wore black patent shoes and black elbow-length gloves. Her bridal bouquet was of pink sweetheart roses and orange blossoms.

Miss DeFatta wore a yellow wool jersey dress with brown accessories and an orchid corsage.

The bridegroom and best man wore white rose boutonniers.

The bride attended Petal high school and the bridegroom attended Sacred Heart Catholic academy.

Following the wedding an informal reception was held at the Adamo home. The three-tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bridal couple, was cut and served with refreshments.

The couple left on a wedding trip to the Gulf coast. On their return they will be at home with the bridegroom's parents. For traveling Mrs. Adamo wore a blue suit with a dusty rose blouse with black accessories and a corsage from her bridal bouquet.


Mary Ellen Cartlidge died on 10 February 2012 at age 84

Obituary -- Hattiesburg American, Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Sunday, 12 FEB 2012, p.4 (Newspapers.com):

Granny Adamo
Petal

Mary Ellen Cartlidge Adamo went to be in the arms of Our Heavenly Father the morning of February 10, 2012, after a long period of declining health at the Stone County Hospital.

Visitation and Rosary will be Tuesday, February 14, 2012 at 5:30 p.m. at the Moore Funeral Home in Petal. The Holy Mass to be held at Sacred Heart Cahtolic Church in Hatitesburg on Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 11 a.m. Burial Service will be in Highland Cemetery, following the Mass.

Mary Ellen was born on March 20, 1927, and spent 84 glorious years with family and firiends with a continuous smile and kind word for everyone.

Mary Ellen was preceded in death by her parents, Joseph Andrew and Ellen Frances Baker Cartlidge; her husband, Frank Gennaro Adamo; a daughter, Margaret Ellen Adamo Redditt; a brother, Lt. J. P. Cartlidge, U.S.N.A; and a sister, Nava Lou Cartlidge Stiglets.

She is survived by one son, Joseph Gennaro (Judy Bourne) Adamo; four grandchildren, Natasha (Marvin "Chip") McLeod, Sonya (Scott) Dassau; Robert Anthony Adamo and Joseph Todd (Sherrill) Adamo. Six great grandchildren, Madison McLeod, Jaxson McLeod, Gavin Dassau, Grant Dassau, Isaac Adamo, Josie Adamo; one brother, James Lynn (Earleace) Cartlidge; one sister, Opal Siebert; and numerous nieces and nephews and multitudes who lovingly called her Granny.

Mary Ellen was a member of the Sacred Heart Catholic Church, past member of Sacred Heart P.T.O., Sacred Heart Booster Club, Sponsor Catholic Youth Organization, Sponsor Sacred Heart Girls Basketball, United Daughters of the Confederacy, Forrest County Girl Scout Leaders Association, Leader of Girl Scout Troop #7, from Brownies to Senior Scouts, they were the first troop in Mississippi to earn the Marion Award which was presented to them by Most Reverend Bishop R. O. Gerow, Bishop of Natchez. Miss Mary Ellen received the National Council of Catholic Youth (PRO DEO ET JUVENTUTI) award, also presented by Bishop Gerow.

Due to illness over the past few years, she has been inactive in the work she loved as a Notary and bail bondsman. She served her community as a Notary for over forty years. She was a licensed bail bondsman for over 20 years providing bail bonds for thousands of cases for individuals in the Mississippi Courts where she became known to everyone simply as Granny Adamo.

Granny always smiling and thinking of others, requested that in lieu of flowers, donations should be made to the Sacred Hearst Building Fund, the St. Vincent de Paul Society or the Petal War Memorial Fund.

Serving as Pallbearers are Johnny Adamo, Andy Cartlidge, Scott Dassau, Chip McLeod, Craig Stiglets and Rick Monday.

She was buried in February 2012 at Highland Cemetery, Hattiesburg, Forrest Co., MS, Findagrave #36252175.

Child of Mary Ellen Cartlidge and Frank Gennaro Adamo

Citations

  1. [S5331] 1930 Federal Census, Forrest County, Mississippi. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T626, Roll 1145; FHL #2340880.

Golda Marinda Cartright1

F, b. 3 October 1906, d. 17 June 1994
     Golda Marinda Cartright was born on 3 October 1906 at Braxton Co., WV.1 She was the daughter of James W. Cartright and Margaret E. Skidmore.1 Golda Marinda Cartright married Walter Linwood Kniceley, son of William Nelson Kniceley and Iris Sophronia Windle, on 18 January 1927 at Braxton Co., WV. Golda Marinda Cartright died on 17 June 1994 at Braxton Co., WV, at age 87 Dates per SSDI, last residence Flatwoods.

Child of Golda Marinda Cartright and Walter Linwood Kniceley

Citations

  1. [S3501] 1910 Federal Census, Braxton County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1677; FHL #1375690.
  2. [S3500] 1940 Federal Census, Braxton County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T627, Roll 4395.

James W. Cartright1

M, b. 25 January 1852
     James W. Cartright was born on 25 January 1852 at Braxton Co., VA (now WV).1 He married Margaret E. Skidmore on 7 May 1895 at Braxton Co., WV.

Child of James W. Cartright and Margaret E. Skidmore

Citations

  1. [S3501] 1910 Federal Census, Braxton County, West Virginia. Microfilm Image, NARA Series T624, Roll 1677; FHL #1375690.

Eve Clare Cartwright

F, b. 23 October 1899, d. 15 October 2001
     Eve Clare Cartwright was born on 23 October 1899 at Steamboat Rock, Hardin Co., IA. She married Bertram Albright Miller, son of William Henry Miller and Eva Espiralda Albright, on 1 December 1917 at Steamboat Rock, Hardin Co., IA. Eve Clare Cartwright died on 15 October 2001 at Albert Lea, Freeborn Co., MN, at age 101.

Children of Eve Clare Cartwright and Bertram Albright Miller

Jeanne L. Cartwright

F, d. 1978
     Jeanne L. Cartwright married David C. Sommerville, son of John Sommerville and Eve Ann Longbottom, on 12 September 1922 at Damascus, Columbiana Co., OH. Jeanne L. Cartwright died in 1978.

Children of Jeanne L. Cartwright and David C. Sommerville

John Wesley Cartwright

M, b. 5 September 1930, d. 28 September 1993
     John Wesley Cartwright was born on 5 September 1930 at Graceville, Jackson Co., FL. He married Mary Louise Foor, daughter of Edward Charles Foor and Ruth May McKenney, on 31 October 1975 at Chipley, Washington Co., FL. John Wesley Cartwright died on 28 September 1993 at Salem, Fulton Co., AR, at age 63.

Sarah Ann Cartwright

F, b. 13 August 1880, d. 13 December 1955
     Sarah Ann Cartwright was born on 13 August 1880 at Unity Twp., Columbiana Co., OH. She married George Brimlow Jr. on 12 May 1903 at Columbiana Co., OH. Sarah Ann Cartwright died on 13 December 1955 at Stark Co., OH, at age 75. She was buried in December 1955 at Grandview Cemetery, Sebring, Mahoning Co., OH, Findagrave #39678870.

Child of Sarah Ann Cartwright and George Brimlow Jr.

Edmond Oscar Carufel

M, b. 3 October 1919, d. 13 January 2004
     Edmond Oscar Carufel was born on 3 October 1919 at Pawtucket, Providence Co., RI. He married Ernestine Margaret Grimshaw. Edmond Oscar Carufel died on 13 January 2004 at age 84. He was buried in January 2004 at Loma Vista Memorial Park, Fullerton, Orange Co., CA, Findagrave #127998036.

Child of Edmond Oscar Carufel and Ernestine Margaret Grimshaw

Sandra Vivian Carufel

F, b. 8 November 1945, d. 8 June 2009
     Sandra Vivian Carufel was born on 8 November 1945. She was the daughter of Edmond Oscar Carufel and Ernestine Margaret Grimshaw. Sandra Vivian Carufel lived in 1992 at Fullerton, Orange Co., CA. She lived between 1995 and 1996 at Anaheim, Orange Co., CA. She died on 8 June 2009 at age 63. She was buried in June 2009 at Loma Vista Memorial Park, Fullerton, Orange Co., CA, Findagrave #127999062.

Abraham Carver1

M, b. 1837, d. 1914
     Abraham Carver was born in 1837 at Ohio.1 He married Elizabeth A. Long.1 Abraham Carver died in 1914.

Children of Abraham Carver and Elizabeth A. Long

Citations

  1. [S841] 1870 Federal Census, Licking County, Ohio. Microfilm Image, NARA Series M593, Roll 1233, FHL #552732.