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Tamma Miner CARTER was born on 25 MAY 1862 in Provo, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Dominicus CARTER and Polly MINER.


Rev. Thomas CARTER was christened/baptized on 3 JUL 1608 in England. He died on 5 SEP 1684 at Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.

Spouse: Mary PARKHURST. Rev. Thomas CARTER and Mary PARKHURST were married about 1639. Children were: Thomas CARTER.


Thomas CARTER was born in 1578 in Ipswich, Suffolk, England.

Spouse: Sarah (CARTER). Thomas CARTER and Sarah (CARTER) were married date unknown. Children were: Thomas CARTER.


Thomas CARTER was born in 1610 in St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. He died in 1676 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He signed a will on 30 OCT 1676 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts.
Estate of Thomas Carter of Salisbury
Essex Probate Docket # 4796

October ye 30th 1676 In ye name of God Amen I Tho: Carter of ye town of Salisbury in ye County of norfolk, Massechusets Collony in New england being weake of body butt of pfect memorie doe make this may last will & Testamt as followeth, revoking all former wills by mee made: either by word or wrighting Imprimis I doe giue & bequeath my Soule vnto allmighty God my maker: in hope of mercy & pardon of my Sinns through the infinte merritts & Satisfaccon of Jesus Christ my Savior & blessed redeemer: & my body to ye earth from whence it was taken to bee decently buried as to my Executrix Heare after named shalbe thought meet: And as for my wordly goods wch ye Lord in mercy hath lent vnto mee: my will is yt my honest debts being first payd & my funerall expences discharged: yt ye remaynder of my estate be disposed of as followeth first I giue vnto my beloued wyfe ye vse and impumt of all my lands meddow marsh & upland: & howsing dureing her naturall life: pvided alwayes: yt if shee marry againe: then one halfe of all my sd lands marsh & meddow: shalbe delivered vnto my two sonns forthwith shee: to choose wch halfe she thinks good to haue:

Itt. I giue to my sone Jno Carter all my howsing & ye one full half part of all my upland: i: e: yt halfe lyng next to ye land of Joseph Norton & will: Brown: to rang fro ye Pawwaus river up to ye high way also I do giue vnto my sd Son Jno: ye one full & compleat half part of my great division [of land] aboue ye mill: as also all yt part of my marsh att brushie Iland. wch lieth on yt side of ye dead Creek next to goodman Busels marsh lot up to a Spring by ye side of ye beach as also my adicon of ye first higle dee pigledee: lot of Salt marsh liing next: Jno Cloughs: as also: my two acre lott of marsh liing at a place cald ye rocks as also all my lott of marsh in ye bare berry meadow [wth ye adicon] liing between ye lotts of Tho: Mudget & Jno. Clough: as also : ye lott of marsh neare fox Island wch I exchangd wth Oneze: Page: for my lott att mr Halls farme; as also three cow comonages wth all after divisions belonging thervnto Itt: I do giue & bequeath vnto my Sone Samll: Carter: ye other half part of my upland: next: mr Bradburies land: as also ye one full halfe part of my great division of land aboue ye mill. As also my Six acre lott of cow comon marsh: : & three Cowes comonages: & ye remaynder of my marsh lot at ye beach vpon ye northermost side of ye dead creek next to brushie Iland.

It: I do giue & bequeath vnto my daughter Mary fiue povnd: wch my will is shalbe payd vnto her by my Son Jno out of wt estate I haue giuen vnto him: when my sd Son: shall come to ye [full] possession of his estate bequeathed vnto him: to bee made: in good pay att comon price It I do giue & bequeath vnto my daughter Martha: five povnd to be payed by my Executrix wthin twelue months after my decease in some good pay att: comon price: It: I giue & bequeath vnto my daughter Elizabeth fiue povnd, to be payd vnto her by my Executrix wth in twelue months after my decease in good pay at comon price. Itt: I giue & bequeath vnto my daughter Abigail fiue povnd to be payd vnto her by my Executrix wth in thelue months after my decease to be payd in good pay att comon price It: I giue & bequeath vnto my daughter Sarah ten pound: five povnd of it: to bee payd vnto her by my Sone Samll. when he shall come vnto ye full possession of his estate bequeathed vnto him in good pay att comon price: & ye other fiue povnd to bee payd vnto her my my Executrix wth in: twelue months after my decease Itt: I do appoint my welbeloved wife Mary Carter sole Executrix vnto this my last will & Testamt & In wittness: vnto this my last will & Testamt: I haue here vnto sett my hand & Seale ye day & yeare first aboue written:

Tho: (his T mark) Carter (SEAL)
Witness: Tho: Bradbury
William Buswel
Proved in Salisbury court 14 : 9m : 1676 by the witnesses.

Inventory taken 13 : 9m : 1676 by Samll Felloes, Sr. and Ephraim Winsley: his aparell, 3£; thre beds and furniture thereto belonging, 15£; two iron potts, a warming pan and two pewter platters, 1£. 10 sh.: other household stuff. 3£. 10s.; Indian Corne, 4£. 10s.; English corne, 3£. 10s.; Cart, plow, cheines and other iron tooles, 3£. 5s.; thre oxen, 14£.; 4 Cows, 12£.; 3 yearlings, 5£.; 3 calves, 1£. 10s.; mare, bridle, and sadle, 2£. 5s.; 12 shepe 4£.; 8 swine, 5£.; houseing and ye land adjoining therreto and comonage, 110£.; 16 acres meadow, 50£.; a piece of outland aboue ye mill, 5£.; in armes, 1 £. 6s.; 20£. of sheeps wooll, 14s.; total. 245£.
Attested in Salisbury court 14 : 9m : 1676 by Mary Carter

Source: Printed "Probate Records of Essex County, Massachusetts; 1635 - 1681," In three volumes,The Essex Institute; Salem, MA; 1916 (pp. 97 & 98)


He will was proved on 14 NOV 1676 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He has Ancestral File Number 1RGL-WG3.

Three Thomas Carters

The three Thomases in question seem to be: (1) Reverend Thomas Carter of Woburn, (2) Thomas Carter of Salisbury, and (3) Thomas Carter the Blacksmith of Charleston. Other points of interest include wives' surnames, as each Thomas married a Mary.

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Ginnie Flanders writes: The Genealogical Dictionary of Maine and New Hampshire, by Sybil Noyes, Charles T. Libby and Walter G. Davis gives this information: Three separate Thomas's

1. Thomas Carter, Blacksmith, 1st wife Hannah, 2nd wife Mary, no daughter Abigail

2. Thomas Carter, servant to George Giddings, came in the Planter in 1635. Settled at Salisbury. Wife Mary. His will dated Oct 30, prob. Nov 14, 1676 Children:
Mary b. Oct 6, 1641 (m. Joseph Lancaster)
Martha b. Feb 1645
Martha b. Mar 1647
Elizabeth b. April 1649 •John b. May 18, 1650
Abigail b. Feb 1652 (m. Stephen Flanders)
Samuel b. Oct. 25, 1656
Sarah (m. John Davis)

3. Rev. Thomas Carter, b. about 1608, wife Mary children:
Samuel
Judith
Theophilus
Mary
Thomas
Timothy


Also, I do not have a copy, but did get a message from a fellow researching stating the the book Pioneers of Massachusetts lists and explains the three different Thomas Carters. The blacksmith, the one on the Planter and Rev. Thomas Carter.

And then the book The Decsendants of Thomas Carter lists all of Rev. Thomas's children. His daughter Abigail was born Jan 10, 1649 and married John Smith. Thus she was not my Abigail. This book goes on to say (I am sorry I only have copies of a few pages, but perhaps you have more.) Rev. Thomas was the son of James Carter, yeoman of Hinderclay. and then says:

"Early genealogists not unnaturally assumed that the Rev. Thomas Carter was identical with the Thomas Carter who embarked at London April 2, 1635, on board the Planter, Nicholas Trerice, master, with a number of others from St. Albans, Hertfordshire, bound for New England. Later investigations, however, show quite conclusively that the Thomas Carter who came over on the Planter settled in Salisbury, Mass., although his age as given in the record of the Planter, twenty-five, corresponds exactly with that of the Rev. Thomas Carter as calculated from the record of his death, Sept. 5, 1874, "in the 74th year of his life.

This statement, however, like many early records of age at time of death, is very likely incorrect, but it is an unfortunate fact for the investigator that there were among the early settlers no fewer than four Thomas Carters,-- three of them in New England , --all arriving about the same time and all of about the same age. These are: (1) Rev. Thomas Carter, first minister of Woburn, Mass.; (2) Thomas Carter of the Planter who settled in Salisbury, Mass., (3) Thomas Carter, eldest son of Thomas Carter, blacksmith, of Charlestown, who deposed, 1662, that he was about fifty-two years old, and hence born about 1610; and (4) Thomas Carter, aged twenty-five who enbarked from London on the SAFETY, Aug 10 1635, for Virginia, etc."

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According to Banks' "Planters of the Commonwealth" the Thomas Carter who came on the Planter (arr. Boston June 7, 1635) was age 25 and a servant. In as much as there was a paucity of institutions of higher learning in NE in 1635, I would doubt that this was the Rev.

The above Thomas seems to have been a servant of George Giddings, destined for Ipswich.

Hoyt, Early Families of Salisbury and Amesbury refers to that Thomas as "planter" and says "perhaps of Ipswich first." He references a Thomas Carter who was made a freeman in Ipswich 2 May 1638 also another 9 March 1636-7. Also in Ipswich in March 1638-9, the General Court granted a lot to Thomas Carter, his master testifying to his good service.

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THE THREE THOMAS AND MARY CARTER FAMILIES

In Massachusetts during the mid-1600s there were three Thomas Carters, each with a wife Mary. This has led to a great amount of confusion, and it is obvious that many errors have unwittingly been committed by persons researching one or more of the families.

The three Thomases were: (1) the Reverend Thomas Carter, first minister of Woburn; (2) Thomas Carter, a blacksmith of Charlestown and: (3) Thomas Carter, a planter (farmer) at Salisbury from 1639 until his death in 1676. The latter Thomas is my 7th great-grandfather and I have been researching the family for nearly thirty years.

Before continuing -- the following material is what seems most likely to be accurate, but there are many sources of data and numerous conflicts in that information. It will not be difficult to find authors whose writings disagree with some of the following statements, but it is believed these are the best - - and most nearly accurate -- facts presently available. Any material proving or disproving anything contained in this work is most welcome.

I. THE REV. THOMAS CARTER OF WOBURN, MA.

Probably, the Rev. Thomas Carter was a son of John Carter, a yeoman in the village of Hinderclay, Suffolk County, England. He is said to have been baptized there on 3 July 1608. He was educated at St. John's College, at the University of Cambridge, where he received the Bachelor of Arts degree in 1629 and the Master of Arts in 1633. Some authorities believe him to be the Thomas Carter, age 25, who embarked at London aboard the Planter on 2 April 1635, bound for Boston, disguised as a servant of George Giddings. At that time in England it was difficult for educated persons to be permitted to emigrate. However, others believe this was the Thomas of Salisbury, partly because George Giddings sealed in Ipswich, MA, and the Thomas Carter, later at Salisbury, was an inhabitant of Ipswich in 1639. Apparently, there is no record showing the Reverend Carter ever having been in Ipswich.

The Rev. Carter was first recorded at Dedham, MA in 1636. Shortly afterward he was at Watertown, where he joined the church and was engaged in the religious services there. He was invited to Woburn, preached there for the first time on 6 December 1641, and was ordained 22 November 1642. He remained as minister at that place until his death on 5 September 1684.

While at Watertown he married Mary Parkhurst, daughter of George Parkhurst (others believe his wife was Mary Dalton), and they had eight children:

1. Samuel, born 8 Aug 1640, graduated from Harvard, married Eunice Brooks,
had eight children. He died in 1693.
2. Judith. Marr. (1) Samuel Convors 1662; m. (2) Giles Fifield 1672. Died 1676.
3. Theophilus. Died young.
4. Mary, born 24 July 1648, m. (1) John Wyman (killed by Indians), m.
(2) Nathaniel Bachiler. She had 8 children, and died 1688.
5. Abigail, born 10 Jan 1649-50. Married John Smith, and died before 1684.
6. Deborah, died young.
7. Timothy, born 12 June 1653. Married Anna Fisk 1680, and died 1727.
8. Thomas, born 8 June 1655. Married Margery Whitmore, had 13 children.

Much documentation on the Rev. Carter and his descendants may easily be found, especially in The History of Woburn, Massachusetts, and in Descendants of Samuel Carter.


II.THOMAS CARTER, BLACKSMITH OF CHARLESTOWN.

(I have researched Thomas Carter of Salisbury, my immigrant ancestor, and the Rev,. Thomas of Woburn in an effort to determine which was the person who came on the Planter in 1635. I had very little interest in the Carter at Chariestown so don't have much information. The following is from Pioneers of Massachusetts, Pope ..... pwc.)

Thomas, blacksmith, Chariestown, admitted to the church 8 (11) 1636, freeman March 9, 1636-37. Constable 1640. Wife Hannah admitted to the church 2 (7) 1639; second wife, Mary, admired to the church 4 (9) 1643. Children: Anna, born 10 (1), bapt. 22 (1) 1640, (mart. Wm. Green.), Elizabeth, born 22 (2) 1641, buried 12 (5) 1644. Son John deposed 4 (2) 1660, aged about 40 years; refers to brother Wm. Green; Joseph Currier, proprietor 1646, Samuel and Thomas petition 18 (8) 1659, about the estate of their brother (in-law?) Win. Green (Mdx. files.)

He made a will 5 (3), inventory taken 25 (4) 1652; bequeathed to wife Mary; eldest son Thomas; other sons Samuel, Joseph and John; daughters Mary (Mrs. John) Brinsmead and Hannah Green; grandchildren (Caleb) and Joseph Carter, John G. and John B. Inventory mentions the shop, tools, iron and steel, etc. Samuel, shoemaker, referred in 1672, to land he had deeded to his honored father, Thomas Carter of Chariestown, before his death, some years past. The son Thomas, attorney for his brother Matthew Williams, sold land at Marblehead 9 (10) 1662.

Other data:
Kennedy, Amelia Carter. The Carter Record (typewritten notes
in the Conn. Historical Soc. Library, Harford, CT.
Wyman, Thomas Bellows. Genealogies and Estates of
Charlestawn, MA 1629-1818, Boston, Clamp, 1879, Vol. I

III. THOMAS CARTER, PLANTER OF SALISBURY, MA.

This Thomas Carter first appears in New England records as a resident of Ipswich, MA in 1638, and probably he was the person, age 25, who sailed from England on the Planter, arriving in Boston in 1635, listed as one of three servants of George Giddings. Giddings settled at Ipswich. Unless it should later be learned that the Rev. Thomas Carter ever was located at Ipswich, it seems a reasonable assumption that the one at Ipswich, and later at Salisbury, was the same person who came with Giddings.

He was admitted a freeman 2 May 1638. To become a freeman it was required that the individual be a respectable member of some church. Persons were made freemen by the General Court and by the quarterly courts of the counties. None but the freemen could hold office and vote for rulers.

Thomas Carter, with several other Ipswich residents, including Edward French, Henry Brown, George Carr, Thomas Rowell and William Holdred, moved to Salisbury, were admitted Proprietors by the original twelve men and allotted land for their homesites in the new town. Approximately 70 names appear on the 1639 town map. Carter received land in 1640. His name appears on the 1650 list of Salisbury Commoners and he was taxed that year. He was one of 62 residents listed in the Land Division of 1654, and the name will be found in town records over the following years.

Little is known of his wife Mary. It is doubtful her surname will ever be learned. Nor do we now know when or where they were married. Their children, all born at Salisbury, were:

1. Mary, born 6 Oct 1642. Married Joseph Lancaster, she died after 1676.
2. Thomas, born 1643, and died 14 Aug. 1669.
3. Martha, born Feb. 1645, and died young.
4. Martha, born March 1647, mentioned in her father's will in 1676.
5. Elizabeth, born Apr. 1649. Married and living in 1676, probably dead by 1718,
but left several children.
6. John, born 18 May 1650. Married Martha Brown, daughter of William Brown(e).
7. Abigail, born Feb. 1652-53. Married 28 Dec 1670 Stephen Fanders, living in 1718.
8. Samuel, born 25 Oct 1656. Married Apr 1703 Sarah --, widow of Ephraim Brown.,
died 25 Oct 1718.
9. Sarah, marr. John Davis of Newbury. Was living in 1718.

Thomas Carter's will was dated 30 October 1676, and proved November 14, 1676. His "marsh and meddow lands" were given to his wife Mary for as long as she lived, and after her death were to be divided between sons John and Samuel. Daughters Mary, Martha, Elizabeth, Abigail and Sarah were to receive money. An inventory of his estate is attached to the will. His wife Mary died.

Descendants of Thomas and Mary scattered to other Massachusetts towns, then to New Hampshire and Vermont, and eventually may be presumed to have located in all states.

References:

Old Families of Salisbury and Amesbury, Massachusetts, Hoyt
The History of Woburn, Massachusetts,
Pioneers of Massachusetts, Pope
Genealogical Dictionary of Maine & New Hampshire, Noyes, Libby, Davis
A Genealogical Dictionary of the First Settlers of New England, James Savage
Descendants of Rev. Samuel Carter, 1640-1886, Clara & Sarah Carter
Planters of the Commonwealth, Banks
Colonial Families of the United States,
Genealogies of Boston and Eastern .Massachusetts, Cutter
Compendium of American Genealogies, Frederick A. Virkus
Original List of Persons of Quality, Etc., Hotten
Genealogy of Descendants of John Clough of Salisbury, Massachusetts
Directory of the Heads of New England Families, Holmes
Geneal. & Personal Memoirs Relating to Families of Massachusetts, Cutter
American Families with British Ancestry, Burke
Genealogical Gleanings in England, Waters
Town Records copied at Salisbury, MA

Compiled in 1998
by Park W. Carter,
e-mail pcarter@fox-net.net

NOTE: Thomas Carter of Salisbury signed his will with his mark 'T'. It was thought maybe he was to sick to sign his will on his death bed. I have found other documents from Salisbury where he also signed with his mark 'T'. I now think that he could neither read nor write. Ron

SOURCES: (1) Ancestral File (TM), data as of 2 January 1996, Family History Library, 35 North West Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84150; (2) Early Vital Records to 1850, Essex County, Massachusetts.

Parents: Thomas CARTER and Sarah (CARTER).

Spouse: Mary (CARTER). Thomas CARTER and Mary (CARTER) were married on 2 MAY 1638. Children were: Mary CARTER, Thomas CARTER, Martha CARTER, Martha CARTER, Elizabeth CARTER, John CARTER, Abigail CARTER, Samuel CARTER, Sarah CARTER.


Thomas CARTER was born in 1643 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 14 JUN 1669 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Salisbury.) Parents: Thomas CARTER and Mary (CARTER).


Thomas CARTER was born on 8 JUN 1655 in Woburn, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. Parents: Rev. Thomas CARTER and Mary PARKHURST.

Spouse: Margery WHITMORE. Thomas CARTER and Margery WHITMORE were married about 1682. Children were: Mary CARTER.


Thomas CARTER was born on 9 MAR 1682/83 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. He died on 27 JAN 1709/10 at Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Salisbury.) He has Ancestral File Number J8BQ-S9.
Parents: John CARTER and Martha BROWN.

Spouse: Anne MARTIN. Thomas CARTER and Anne MARTIN were married on 25 DEC 1706 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Amesbury & Salisbury.) Children were: Thomas CARTER, Mary CARTER.


Thomas CARTER was born on 29 OCT 1707 in Salisbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Salisbury.) He has Ancestral File Number XBRV-1R. He died. Parents: Thomas CARTER and Anne MARTIN.

Spouse: Judith COLBY. Thomas CARTER and Judith COLBY were married on 26 JUN 1731 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (Intent.)(SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Amesbury.) Children were: Anne CARTER, Winthrop CARTER, Mary CARTER, Hannah CARTER, Mary CARTER, Levi CARTER, Jesse CARTER, Danel CARTER.


Thomas CARTER was born about 1764 in Scarborough, Cumberland County, Maine. He has Ancestral File Number 5131-QG. Parents: Benjamin CARTER and Sarah Runnels REYNOLDS.


Thomas CARTER was born on 5 MAR 1776 in Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 1000490; Index to births, early to 1900 New Hampshire. Registrar of Vital Statistics.) Parents: David CARTER and Dorcas FITZGERALD.


Photo Travis Dennis CARTER was born on 8 NOV 1971 in Provo, Utah County, Utah. He died on 1 MAY 1989 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. He was buried in the Provo City Cemetery at Provo, Utah County, Utah Parents: Dennis Francis CARTER and Carla Althea PERKINS.


True Eaton CARTER was born in 1846 in Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. He died in 1846 at Concord, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. (SOURCE: FHL Film 15,575; New Hampshire Cemetery Records.) He was buried in the West Salisbury Cemetery at Salisbury, Merrimack County, New Hampshire Parents: Levi CARTER and Ann E. COLBY.


Verenus (Dick) CARTER was born on 27 JUN 1874 in Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. He died on 2 APR 1955 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. He was buried in the Spanish Fork City Cemetery at Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah He has Ancestral File Number 18VB-81. Parents: William Furlsbury CARTER and Sally Ann MECHAM.

Spouse: Dena CHRISTOPHERSON. Verenus (Dick) CARTER and Dena CHRISTOPHERSON were married on 22 JAN 1902.


Violet May CARTER was born on 6 AUG 1898 in Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. She died on 16 MAY 1899 at Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. She was buried in Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. She has Ancestral File Number 5SPD-96. Parents: Robert Howard CARTER and Amy Elizabeth WALL.


Walter Floyd CARTER was born on 13 DEC 1887 in Park Valley, Box Elder County, Utah. He died on 9 AUG 1903 at Park Valley, Box Elder County, Utah. Parents: Erastus Francis CARTER and Alice Elizabeth GREEN.


Warren CARTER was born on 8 MAY 1860 in Provo, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Dominicus CARTER and Mary DURFEE.


Weston Manly CARTER was born on 21 DEC 1893. SOURCE: "A Genealogy of the Descendants of Abraham Colby and Elizabeth Blaisdell, his wife Who settled in Bow in 1768" By one of them, Concord, NH Printed by the Republican Press Association 1895. Parents: William M. CARTER and Nettie M. HAMMOND.


Willard CARTER was born on 27 MAR 1856 in Provo, Utah County, Utah. Parents: Dominicus CARTER and Caroline Maria HUBBARD.


Willard Isaac CARTER was born on 22 NOV 1884 in Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. He died on 6 DEC 1942 at Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. He has Ancestral File Number C660-TP. Parents: Robert Howard CARTER and Amy Elizabeth WALL.


William Aaron CARTER was born on 22 DEC 1848 in Kanesville, Pottawattamie County, Iowa. He died on 9 FEB 1928 at Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona. He was buried on 11 FEB 1928 in Glenbar, Graham County, Arizona. He has Ancestral File Number 18V9-FQ. Parents: William Furlsbury CARTER and Sarah YORK.


William E. CARTER was born on 20 JAN 1849 in Randolph, Orange County, Vermont. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 0027502; General index to vital records of Vermont, early to 1870 Vermont. Secretary of State.) He appeared in the census on 19 SEP 1850 in Randolph, Orange County, Vermont. (living at home with father and mother.) He appeared in the census on 20 AUG 1860 in Randolph, Orange County, Vermont. (living at home with father and mother.) Parents: David CARTER and Harriet SMITH.


William Edmand CARTER was born on 19 JAN 1898 in Joseph, Sevier County, Utah. He died on 19 JUL 1912. Parents: James Andrew CARTER and Ermina CARTER.


Photo William Francis CARTER was born on 29 JAN 1865 in Mona, Juab County, Utah. He died on 30 MAY 1935 at Provo, Utah County, Utah.
PROVO-- William Francis Carter, 70, lifelong resident of Utah, died at the family residence in Provo Thursday at 7:30 a. m. of causes incident to age.

Mr. Carter was born in Mona, January 29, 1865, and as a youth moved to Santaquin, where for many years he had been active in agricultural pursuits. Six years ago he retired and moved to Provo. He had been an active member of the L. D. S. church. He married Esther Matilda King, December 19 1902.

Surviving, besides the widow, are 12 sons and daughters. William F., Lyman. Leonard, Elmer, Floyd, Leah, Roy, Edward, Beth and June Carter, and Mrs. Clarence Barney, and Mrs. Arthur Barney, all of Provo. Four grandchildren also survive.

Funeral services will be conducted Sunday at 3:30 p. m. at a place to be announced later. Pending Funeral arrangements. Friends may call at the Hatch Mortuary.

The cause of death was listed as Valvular heart diease. He was buried on 2 JUN 1935 in the Provo City Cemetery at Provo, Utah County, Utah He has Ancestral File Number 18VB-4B. Parents: William Furlsbury CARTER and Sally Ann MECHAM.

Spouse: Esther Matilda KING. William Francis CARTER and Esther Matilda KING were married on 19 DEC 1902 in Spanish Fork, Utah County, Utah. Children were: William Francis CARTER Jr., Lyman CARTER, Leonard CARTER, Nellie Ann CARTER, Elmer CARTER, Ester CARTER, Floyd "Pete" CARTER, Leah CARTER, Roy CARTER, Edward CARTER, Beth CARTER, Illa June CARTER.


Photo William Francis CARTER Jr. was born on 25 SEP 1903 in Benjamin, Utah County, Utah. He was baptized on 5 JUL 1913 in Benjamin, Utah County, Utah. He died on 22 DEC 1965 at Provo, Utah County, Utah. He has Ancestral File Number 764S-C8. He was buried in the Provo City Cemetery at Provo, Utah County, Utah Parents: William Francis CARTER and Esther Matilda KING.

Spouse: Edith Deborah BARNEY. William Francis CARTER Jr. and Edith Deborah BARNEY were married on 21 FEB 1934 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Children were: Francis Jack "Fran" CARTER, Larry Lorenzo CARTER, Daniel Edward CARTER, Carol Matilda CARTER, Lila Christine CARTER.


Photo William Furlsbury CARTER was born on 1 MAY 1811 in Newry, Oxford County, Maine. He was christened/baptized on 3 MAR 1846 in Winter Quarters, Nebraska. He lived in Provo, Utah County, Utah from 1853 to 1862. He was a pioneer and began the journey with the Daniel Garn Company in 1854.
Mormon Pioneer Overland Travel, 1847–1868

Daniel Garn Company (1854)

Departure:
1-2 July 1854
Arrival in Salt Lake Valley: 1 October 1854
Company Information: 477 individuals and about 40 wagons were in the company when it began its journey from the outfitting post at Westport, Missouri.

He was ordained LDS High Priest on 1 DEC 1860. Officiator: D. Carter He lived in Santaquin, Utah County, Utah in 1868. He died on 11 OCT 1888 at Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. He was buried on 14 OCT 1888 in the Santaquin City Cemetery at Santaquin, Utah County, Utah He has Ancestral File Number 18V8-Q5. He was ordained LDS Seventy.
Carter, William F.

COMPANY: Daniel Garn Company (1854)
GENDER: Male AGE: 42
NOTES: Chaplain
SOURCE: Journal History, Supp. after 31 Dec.1854, p. 12; William Athole MacMaster, Diary, 1848-1887, fd. 1, p. 349-63
Parents: John CARTER and Hannah Knight LIBBY.

Spouse: Sarah YORK. William Furlsbury CARTER and Sarah YORK were married on 1 MAR 1832 in Bethel, Oxford County, Maine. Children were: Peter York CARTER, Abiah Russell CARTER, Lyman William CARTER, William Furlsbury CARTER, Hannah Libby CARTER, Martha York CARTER, Sarah Melissa CARTER, William Aaron CARTER, Edwin Levan CARTER, Charlotte York CARTER.

Spouse: Hannah Cordelia MECHAM. William Furlsbury CARTER and Hannah Cordelia MECHAM were married on 31 JAN 1847 in Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie County, Iowa.

Spouse: Roxena MECHAM. William Furlsbury CARTER and Roxena MECHAM were married on 13 MAR 1847 in Winter Quarters, Nebraska. Children were: Irene CARTER, Permelia Elvira CARTER, Edward Meacham CARTER, Arletta CARTER, William Furlsbury CARTER, Marybaugh Roxena CARTER, Sally Ann Silver CARTER, Junietta CARTER, Amasa CARTER, Annelia CARTER.

Spouse: Mary Elizabeth HOWARD. William Furlsbury CARTER and Mary Elizabeth HOWARD were married on 10 SEP 1854 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Children were: Robert Howard CARTER, Isaac Morley CARTER, Mary Elizabeth CARTER, Charles Edwin CARTER, Letitia Freeman CARTER, Simeon CARTER, Rosina Marion CARTER.

Spouse: Sally Ann MECHAM. William Furlsbury CARTER and Sally Ann MECHAM were married on 2 DEC 1857 in Salt Lake City, Salt Lake County, Utah. Children were: Mary Ann Arvilla CARTER, John Edward CARTER, William Francis CARTER, Sophie Irena CARTER, Lewis M. CARTER, Emily Ann CARTER, Verenus (Dick) CARTER, Maylon Furlsbury CARTER, Sally Matilda CARTER.


William Furlsbury CARTER was born on 9 SEP 1838 in Far West, Caldwell County, Missouri. He died on 9 APR 1841 at Far West, Caldwell County, Missouri. He has Ancestral File Number 18V9-92. Parents: William Furlsbury CARTER and Sarah YORK.


Photo William Furlsbury CARTER was born on 23 APR 1858 in Provo, Utah County, Utah. He died on 13 DEC 1918 at Santaquin, Utah County, Utah. He was buried in the Santaquin City Cemetery at Santaquin, Utah County, Utah He has Ancestral File Number 18V9-MR. Parents: William Furlsbury CARTER and Roxena MECHAM.

Spouse: Matilda YORGENSEN. William Furlsbury CARTER and Matilda YORGENSEN were married on 16 SEP 1877 in Santaquin, Utah County, Utah.


William M. CARTER was born in 1855.

Spouse: Nettie M. HAMMOND. William M. CARTER and Nettie M. HAMMOND were married on 27 OCT 1887. Children were: Ralph W. CARTER, Weston Manly CARTER.


William Silas CARTER was born on 20 FEB 1834 in Randolph, Orange County, Vermont. (SOURCE: FHL Film: 0027502; General index to vital records of Vermont, early to 1870 Vermont. Secretary of State.) He died on 24 NOV 1846 at Randolph, Orange County, Vermont. Parents: David CARTER and Harriet SMITH.


Winthrop CARTER was born on 25 MAR 1736 in Amesbury, Essex County, Massachusetts. (SOURCE: Early Vital Records of Essex County, Massachusetts to 1850 for Amesbury.) He died on 8 JUN 1808 at Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Parents: Thomas CARTER and Judith COLBY.

Spouse: Susannah EASTMAN. Winthrop CARTER and Susannah EASTMAN were married in 1757 in Boscawen, Merrimack County, New Hampshire. Children were: Jesse CARTER, Daniel CARTER, Nathan CARTER, Dorothy CARTER, Jeremiah CARTER, Judith CARTER, Sarah CARTER, Humphrey CARTER, Mary CARTER, Betsey CARTER, Naomi CARTER, Susanna CARTER.


Richard CARTER/CATER was born in 1647 in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire. He died on 23 DEC 1702 at Newington, Rockingham County, New Hampshire. He has Ancestral File Number 2070-HC.

Spouse: Mary (Margaret) RICHARDS. Richard CARTER/CATER and Mary (Margaret) RICHARDS were married on 6 APR 1672 in Dover, Strafford County, New Hampshire. Children were: Richard CARTER, John CARTER, Mary CARTER, Samuel CARTER, Mary May CARTER [Twin], Edward CARTER.


Hannah CARTWRIGHT was born date unknown.

Spouse: Edward PRICE. Edward PRICE and Hannah CARTWRIGHT were married about 1870. Children were: Martha PRICE, Gertrude Anne PRICE.


Martha CARTWRIGHT was born about 1768.

Spouse: Thomas CROWTHER. Thomas CROWTHER and Martha CARTWRIGHT were married about 1796. Children were: Thomas CROWTHER, Elizabeth CROWTHER, James CROWTHER, Sarah CROWTHER, Maria CROWTHER.


Carl Tazewell CARVER was born on 21 SEP 1900 in Woody, Kern County, California. He died on 21 FEB 1985 at Fresno County, California. He had Social Security Number 553-52-4185.

Spouse: Helen LIGHTNER. Carl Tazewell CARVER and Helen LIGHTNER were married on 22 JUN 1926 in Redding, Shasta County, California.


Daniel Thomas CARVER was born on 16 APR 1981 in Vermont. Parents: Dennis P. CARVER and Sherry SPAULDING.


Dennis P. CARVER was born about 1947.

Spouse: Sherry SPAULDING. Dennis P. CARVER and Sherry SPAULDING were married about 1975. Children were: Karen Marie CARVER, Kathryn Lynn CARVER, Daniel Thomas CARVER.


Elsie Elizabeth CARVER was born on 4 OCT 1906 in Golden, Jefferson County, Colorado. She appeared in the census on 2 APR 1930 in Edgewater, Jefferson County, Colorado. She died on 22 JAN 1965 at Lakewood, Jefferson County, Colorado. She was buried in the Crown Hill Cemetery at Wheat Ridge, Jefferson County, Colorado

Spouse: Herbert Burns COLBY. Herbert Burns COLBY and Elsie Elizabeth CARVER were married about 1926 in Colorado. Children were: Harold Burns "Hal" COLBY, Robert Harlan COLBY.


Harriet L. CARVER was born in JAN 1869 in Massachusetts. She appeared in the census on 7 JUN 1900 in Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts. (no children.) She died on 16 JUL 1904 at Everett, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Name: Harriet L. Carver Colby
Gender: Female
Burial Date: 19 Jul 1904
Burial Place: So. Hingham, Mass
Death Date: 16 Jul 1904
Death Place: Everett, Massachusetts
Age: 35
Birth Date: 1869
Birthplace: So. Hingham, Mass
Occupation: Housewife
Race: White
Marital Status: Married
Spouse's Name: John M. Colby
Father's Name: Justin A. Carver
Father's Birthplace: Marshfield, Mass
Mother's Name: Lydia A. Gardner
Mother's Birthplace: So. Hingham, Mass
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: B07463-2
System Origin: Massachusetts-EASy
Source Film Number: 2069517
Reference Number: v 37 cn 431
Collection: Massachusetts Deaths and Burials, 1795-1910

Spouse: John Mason COLBY. John Mason COLBY and Harriet L. CARVER were married on 26 JUN 1895 in Weymouth, Norfolk County, Massachusetts.


Karen Marie CARVER was born on 21 AUG 1976 in Vermont. Parents: Dennis P. CARVER and Sherry SPAULDING.


Kathryn Lynn CARVER was born on 19 MAR 1978 in Vermont. Parents: Dennis P. CARVER and Sherry SPAULDING.


Mary Ann CARVILLE was born on 28 MAY 1818 in Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 8 OCT 1850 in Brunswick, Cumberland County, Maine. She appeared in the census on 15 JUN 1860 in Brunswick, Cumberland County, Maine. She died in MAR 1866 at Brunswick, Cumberland County, Maine.

Spouse: Valentine Green COLBY. Valentine Green COLBY and Mary Ann CARVILLE were married on 28 JUN 1840 in Webster (Sabattus), Androscoggin County, Maine. (SOURCE: FHL Film 0012319; Vital records, 1840-1891 Webster (Androscoggin County, Maine). Town Clerk.) Children were: David Harrison COLBY, Charles E. COLBY.

Spouse: Herman PETTENGILL. Herman PETTENGILL and Mary Ann CARVILLE were married on 29 AUG 1859 in Lewiston, Androscoggin County, Maine. Children were: Malville C. PETTENGILL.


Abner CARY was born date unknown. Parents: Joseph CARY and Phebe MACK.


Asa CARY was born date unknown. Parents: Joseph CARY and Phebe MACK.


Diana Boyd Scott CARY was born on 3 SEP 1944.

Spouse: Allan Osterhoudt COLBY. Allan Osterhoudt COLBY and Diana Boyd Scott CARY were married on 8 JUL 1967.


Elizabeth CARY was born on 10 MAR 1755 in Mansfield, Tolland County, Connecticut. She died on 12 OCT 1841 at Freedom, Cattaraugus County, New York. Parents: Joseph CARY and Phebe MACK.

Spouse: Anson CHEESEMAN. Anson CHEESEMAN and Elizabeth CARY were married in MAY 1774 in Williamsburg, Hampshire County, Massaachusetts. Children were: Elizabeth CHEESEMAN, Ruth CHEESEMAN, Phoebe CHEESEMAN, Anson CHEESEMAN, Hannah CHEESEMAN, Rhoda CHEESEMAN, Abner CHEESEMAN, Jeremiah CHEESEMAN, Euphemia CHEESEMAN, Clifford Curtis CHEESEMAN.


Hannah CARY was born date unknown. Parents: Joseph CARY and Phebe MACK.


Jabez CARY was born on 12 JUL 1691. He died in 1760.

Spouse: Hannah HANDEE. Jabez CARY and Hannah HANDEE were married on 15 NOV 1722 in Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. Children were: Joseph CARY.


Jemina CARY was born date unknown. Parents: Joseph CARY and Phebe MACK.


Joseph CARY Jr. was born date unknown. Parents: Joseph CARY and Phebe MACK.


Joseph CARY was born on 28 SEP 1723 in Windham, Windham County, Connecticut. Parents: Jabez CARY and Hannah HANDEE.

Spouse: Phebe MACK. Joseph CARY and Phebe MACK were married on 1 JUL 1747. Children were: Elizabeth CARY, Hannah CARY, Phebe CARY, Mary CARY, Joseph CARY Jr., Jemina CARY, Richard CARY, Abner CARY, Triphena CARY, Asa CARY.

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