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Green Carver
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Birth: Jun. 9, 1828
Person County
North Carolina, USA
Death: Dec. 30, 1904
Pickens County
Alabama, USA

Green Carver's Military Page

Green Carver, son of John CARVER and Nancy CLAYTON, was born June 09, 1828 in North Carolina, and died December 30, 1904 in Gordo, Pickens County, Alabama. He married (1) LOUSIA POWELL Abt. 1847 in Pickens County, Alabama. She was born September 12, 1833 in North Carolina, and died March 1853 in Pickens County, Alabama. He married (2) MARTHA L. STAPP November 21, 1855 in Pickens County, Alabama, daughter of WILLIAM STAPP and MARY MAXWELL. She was born March 01, 1836 in Pickens County, Alabama, and died January 14, 1896 in Pickens County, Alabama. He married (3) NANNIE BARNES Abt. 1900 in Pickens County, Alabama.


Green Carver, a horseman or rider in the cavalry for the Confederates during the Civil War.
3rd Sergeant Green Carver served with MCCAA Rangers, CO. "D", 8th Confederate Regiment Cavalry. Mustered into service NOV 14, 1861, he would have been 33 years old. The MCCAA Rangers served under General Joe Wheeler. Green was listed at muster as 3rd Sgt, later he is listed as being in Co. "I" of the 7th Alabama Cavalry, under the command of Colonel Hodgson's Regiment, of the Nathan Bedford Forrest Brigade. Records indicate that he furnished his own horse .. and a valuable one, at that.


Green Carver and his sons have moved to Gordo, Alabama and opened a general store called, "Carver and Sons". Store went bankrupt when people recessing credit, refused to pay bills. Sons and son-in-laws both had worked at "Carver and Sons" including, James Monroe Carver and his son, William Stanford Carver. Green Carver was living in Gordo by 1901, when he was manager of the first city election. In 1900, Rebecca Elizabeth Carver, daughter of James "Jim" Monroe Carver, married Tom (John Thomas) Noland. Her father and grandfather Green Carver built them a home on "Carver Road" in Gordo. Jim's sons also lived on that road, as did Green Carver.


Green died in Gordo on December 30, 1904. Green Carver is buried beside his wife Martha at Liberty Primitive Baptist Church Cemetery, which he donated the land for from the original Carver Homestead in Pickens County, Alabama. Green Carver joined Liberty Primitive Baptist Church on June 1879 and he was chosen as deacon on July 1881.

...... Source: Shirla Rathjen Howard

Green Carver's Ancestry.Com Military Page

West Alabama Breeze
Northport, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama
Jan, 11, 1905

Death of Mr. Green Carver

Mr. Green Carver, an old and respected citizen of Gordo, died at his home Friday after an illness of several weeks brought on by a stroke of paralysis. Mr. Carver had lived the allotted three score and ten years and made for himself many friends in the county who are grieved to learn of his death. He leaves a wife and several children to whom The Herald extends the deepest sympathy. The funeral occurred Saturday at Liberty church. Pickens Co. Herald.

File # 877
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Probate Courthouse Basement
50 Courthouse Square, #106
Carrollton, Alabama 35447

Family links: 
  Martha L Stapp Carver (1836 - 1896)
  James Monroe Carver (1851 - 1932)*
  Nancy Edna Carver Gardner (1853 - 1903)*
  Ann Elizabeth Carver Jordan (1866 - 1898)*
  Sarah Jane Carver Bailey (1867 - 1938)*
  Mary Ellen Carver Kirk (1871 - 1945)*
*Calculated relationship
Liberty Cemetery
Pickens County
Alabama, USA
Created by: DeCody Brad Marble
Record added: Oct 22, 2005
Find A Grave Memorial# 12131906
Green Carver
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- Lanell Rabner
 Added: Mar. 29, 2014
Remembering and Honoring a True Southern Hero. A Confederate Soldier who Bravely and Proudly Fought for Southern Independence During the War of Northern Aggression. Deo Vindice.
- Tony Smith SCV Camp 38, North Charleston S.C.
 Added: Mar. 22, 2014
Rest in peace sir.
- Tony Middleton
 Added: Jun. 24, 2013
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