|Death: ||Feb. 2, 1875|
From the Marion Monitor, Feb. 11, 1875:
"OBITUARY--Corinth, Ill., Feb. 9, 1875 Dear Monitor--On last Wednesday, 3d inst., we were called upon to perform the last sad office to out esteemed citizen Green M. CARTER...Mr. CARTER was born and raised in this county. he served with honor in Company F. of the 81st Regiment of Illinois Volunteers in the late war, and was honorably discharged. Since his return he has resided in this part of the county, making a peaceable, moral and industrious citizen. he was a devoted member of the General Baptist Church, and was also a member of good standing of Corinth Lodge No. 502 I.O.O.F. and was highly respected in the society in which he moved. On the morning of the 2d day of February, after a short illness, he was called form our midst. He leaves a widow (the daughter of our respected citizen, J.R. GRANT) and three little children to mourn his loss. He was buried with the honors of the order of Odd Fellows on the 3d inst., at Pleasant Grove Church. Nearly all the members of Corinth lodge were in attendance, also a large number of the order from Crab Orchard were present, clother in the regalia of the order; also a large congregation of friends were present. Religious services were performed by Rev. Oliver COX. Thus has passed away one of our esteemed citizens, who to know was only to love and ever esteem. M.S. STRIKE."
Ersula A Carter (1872 - 1873)*
Pleasant Grove Cemetery
Created by: Jan Miller
Record added: Jun 23, 2008
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