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Carters in Barbour mid 1800s
Posted by: shana (ID *****2546) Date: January 23, 2008 at 19:02:37
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Searching for any information (except census) on this large family, and would love to make contact with others searching these names.

Husband: Thomas Carter b 1810 SC
Wife: Elizabeth Daniel(?)b. 1818 SC
They were married in Crawford co GA in 1836.

Elizabeth A. (1838)
Thomas J. (1840)
Robert D. (1842)
Julia A. (1845)
M.A.M "Anne" (1848)
Z.P. "Peter" (1850)
Jefferson J. (1852)
Anna L. (1854)
Major Buchanan "Angie" (1857-female)
Benjamin L.F. (1859)
James (1861)
and Nancy (1864)

I know their son Nicholas married Elizabeth Dickens, and other possible marriages are M.A.M "Anne" to a Danford man, Peter to Georgia Baker, Jefferson to Sarah Unknown then a Minnie Unknown, and Anna to Isaac Wright Benton.

I've found this family together in 1840 Crawford co GA, then the following census years in Barbour co AL.

If any of these names are familiar, please reply, I've not been able to make contact with other researchers, and this was a rather large family.

Thank you to anyone who replies. Would love to hear from you.

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