North Carolina, USA
Various spellings of last name are Barbour & Barber
Carter-Mizell Correspondence spell it Barber. Cassandra wrote one letter to Mrs Jane Everett, Nov. 25, 1811, telling about the Journey to the Mississippi Territory, among other notables.
Cassandra born ca 1750-60 NC died after Feb 1833.
May be the daughter of Lt. William Nathaniel Barber & Hepzibah Loomis NC, and the sister of Keizah Eudel Barber.
[Thanks to Sharlote Donnelly for sharing info on Keizah]
Cassandra and Matthew's children include;
(1)Susannah Carter [c1780-1848] m Griffin Mizell [1767-1846]
(2)Matthew Carter Jr [1781-1858] m Mary Rester [c1792-c1816] & Ann Nancy Goff [1791-c1860]
(3)William Carter [1783-1852] m Mary Goff [1788-1852]
(4)Naomi B. Carter [c1786-1829] m William Goff [1781-c1850-60]
(5)Cassandra Carter [1789-c1860] m Edmund Goff [1790-1852]
(6)Jane Carter [1795-1856] never married but had two Goff children
Information on the 'Carter's' has been a collaborative effort of many researchers/descendants over the years.
Many thanks to each and every one of you.
Matthew Carter (1750 - 1812)
Matthew Carter (1781 - 1858)*
William Carter (1783 - 1852)*
Naomi Carter Goff (1788 - 1829)*
Cassandra Carter Goff (1789 - ____)*
Jane Carter (1795 - 1856)*
Carter Cemetery No 1
Created by: Linda Ellis
Record added: Aug 11, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 40542769