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Re: Henry Bascomb Carter 1857 Texas
Posted by: Janet (ID *****5514) Date: November 28, 2010 at 07:26:12
In Reply to: Henry Bascomb Carter 1857 Texas by Steve Carter of 65474

If you are not a user of ancestry.com you might want to sign up as a free "guest" user to access the "public member family trees"--there are many for this family. You can contact the submitters of the trees to collaborate on information.
Concensus seems to be that Henry was born in Christian Co.,KY to John M. Carter-1815,VA-1895-KY; his mother however, is a little jumbled in these trees. John Carter is supposed to have had three wives,and folks attribute the children badly within the timelines. Most likely mother according to what they show is Francis America Killebrew-1825-TN,1893-KY.
Henry and Sallie had at least children:
Willie-Feb.1883-TX
son-Onie-Oct.1884-TX
Effie-Mar.1888-TX
Jesse-Oct 1890-TX
Beulah-June 1893-TX
Bertie-Aug 1895-Indian Terr.,OK
Bessie-Sept.1898-Indian Terr.,OK
Ruby-abt. 1903-OK
dates and names according to census records;Sallie is shown to have lost at least one child by 1900.

If you will go to findagrave.com
there are memorials to several of this family in the Burneyville Cemetery-Love county; one memorial includes a photo of Sallie Jane.


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