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Re: Bertha Jane Carroll
Posted by: mary jackson (ID *****7704) Date: October 17, 2005 at 04:40:05
In Reply to: Re: Bertha Jane Carroll by Charles Carroll of 9602

bertha jane carroll was married to daniel washington jackson. she was his first wife. they were divorced in the late 1930. she finished rasing their children. they had five living children, haywood borned in 1913, dallas borned in 1915 inez not sure what year she was borned, irvin (bill), and texie not sure what year they were borned. all of them have passed away except texie. she lives outside graham n.c. daniel then married and divorced again before he married my mother in 1942. her name was mary ruth starling (currie) i was their only child. daniel died in 1943. i grew up living with haywood and his wife barbara ann wrench (jackson) bertha was living with us when she died i think it was about 1948. she is buried at babtist chaplel in dismal township sampson co n.c. i can send you a map of how to get there if you do not know. I think that several of the carrolls are buried there. I know that her brother oscar is burried there .hope to hear form you soon my e-mail address is maj245@excite.com


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