Dale CARTER September 27, 2006 by Patty 10 Comments Submitted by Stephen Rhodes Click on the comment link below to read the additional information left by Johnny Berry. Thanks Johnny! Share this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pinterest (Opens in new window)Click to email a link to a friend (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)MoreClick to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Tumblr (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window) Related
born: abt 1767 – , , North Carolina, USA
died: 05 May 1851 – Rye Cove, Scott County, Virginia, USA
Father: Norris Carter (1748-1816)
Mother: Agnes Allen (1748- 1816)
Wife: Katherine Porter (1768-1853)
Son: Thomas Wilburn Carter (1814-1886)
Aden Adams says
Mr Berry, my great great grandfather was Dale W.
Carter born 1834 in Scott County, Virginia. On January 23, 1856 he married Mary E. Hill there in Scott County. Mr Carter died on February 26, 1864 in a Yankee prison called Camp Douglas in Chicago, Ill. His parents were Landon Charles Carter born in 1809 and Sarah Darnell also born in 1809. I thought this info might be of interest to you. Aden Adams
Curious if you know anything about their great grand daughter Roseland Carter. Researching family history. Thanks.
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Lisa Legg Altizer says
These are my 4th-great grandparents. Their daughter, Jane, married John Legg. They then had a son, William, who had a son, Dale W. Legg. Dale’s son Melvin Francis Legg was my grandfather. I’m so glad to see this!
Greg Montgomery says
Katherine CARTER, wife of Dale CARTER
Did they have a daughter named Rebecca whom latter married
William Hamilton Montgomery.
I am looking for info on both of lines, Carter and Montgomery
I have been unsuccessful.
Rebekah WILCKEN says
I have their children as: Jane Carter, Polly Carter, Agnes Carter, Margaret Carter, Thomas W. Carter, Katherine Carter, John Carter, Norris Carter, Dale W. Carter, Elizabeth P. Carter, and Ann Carter. I’m also related through Jane and John Legg! He’s my GGG grandfather. I come through their son Thomas Nathan Legg. Does anyone have further information on the Carters either being related to the family of singing Carters or “King” Carter?
Kevin Carter says
My great-great grandfather was Berry Edward Carter, 1838-1907. All that we know for sure is that he was born in Virginia, and later lived in Frederick Co. MD and Jefferson Co. WV. One source shows him to be a son of Hiram Carter of Scott Co. VA. Would that be correct?
We are tracing my husband’s paternal side of his family. His line goes up through John B. Salling, the Civil War Veteran. His mother is Caroline Matilda Salling ->her father was Joseph Salling, mother Isabell Meade (can not figure out what happened to her) then Joseph’s mother was Matilda Caroline Carter Salling who through research I always land at Dale Carter and Mary Ann Bickley. I get stuck as to which Dale Carter was Matilda’s father. What happened to Isebelle Meade, and who is John B. Salling’s father, in several articles it says his father was a slave on Grandma Matilda’s Farm. Any record of his name by chance? He would be my children’s 7 x grandfather. Thank You, we are planning a trip to Scott County to visit family sites at Thanksgiving. Any tips on where I could find some answers to the questions would be great!
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