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Re: John Wesley (Jack) CARPENTER, 1800-1900
Posted by: sanvines (ID *****3830) Date: June 27, 2011 at 05:20:40
In Reply to: John Wesley (Jack) CARPENTER, 1800-1900 by Tom Westmoreland of 10176

From Find a grave, Carpenter Cemetery, Washington Co, ALn notes written by contributor.

John W "Jack" Carpenter

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Birth:        Mar. 6, 1800
Dutchess County
New York, USA
Death:        Feb. 5, 1900
Washington County
Alabama, USA

Pine Barron Cemetery was formerly known as Dees-Carpenter Family Cemetery. It was located in the pasture of J B Warrick, Millry, Alabama.

He is my 2nd great-grandfather on the Carpenter side of the family. His wife, Margaret Elizabeth Turner is also buried here and according to our records may have been the first to be buried here. There were several unmarked graves when we were there back during the 1950's.

His headstone at one time read (Mason) An old sailor and Indian Fighter of the War of 1836.

He was the husband of Margaret Elizabeth Turner. They had ten children:


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