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William Anderson Carter
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Birth: Apr. 3, 1812
Kentucky, USA
Death: Jan. 17, 1901
Wolfe City
Hunt County
Texas, USA

THE LIFE OF WILLIAM HAS BEEN VERY DIFFICULT TO DOCUMENT. THE INFORMATION ON HIS HEADSTONE IS ALL I HAVE BEEN ABLE TO CONFIRM. A DESCENDANT, PAMELA PYLE HAS POSTED HIS LIKENESS ON A FAMILY TREE WEB SITE WHICH CAN BE FOUND AT:

:http://familytreemaker.genealogy.com/users/p/y/l/Pamela-L-Pyle/index.html 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Lydia Sallie Kinser Carter (1823 - 1893)
 
 Children:
  David F. Carter (1843 - 1916)*
  Eagleton Monroe Carter (1845 - 1890)*
  John Wesley Carter (1845 - 1930)*
  William Henry Carter (1847 - 1933)*
  George Washington Carter (1849 - 1926)*
  Marion Columbus Carter (1851 - 1945)*
  Philip Franklin Carter (1852 - 1939)*
  Emily Susan Carter Crabtree (1854 - 1894)*
  James Lafayette Carter (1856 - 1914)*
  Narcissus Jane Carter Paris (1857 - 1949)*
  Mary Victoria Carter Fox (1860 - 1940)*
  Thomas Newton Carter (1861 - 1942)*
  Louise Missouri Carter Cox (1863 - 1958)*
  Joseph Right Carter (1865 - 1945)*
  Martin Canada Carter (1868 - 1939)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
W. A. CARTER BORN APR 3, 1812 DIED JAN. 17, 1901 SHARED MARKER WITH WIFE ON OPPOSITE SIDE
 
Burial:
Webb Hill Cemetery
Wolfe City
Hunt County
Texas, USA
 
Created by: ron
Record added: Feb 07, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 33623115
William Anderson Carter
Added by: R.E. Carter
 
William Anderson Carter
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William Anderson Carter
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- Mad
 Added: Apr. 3, 2015

- Kat
 Added: Jan. 17, 2015
Great-Great Grandfather... RIP.. I imagine you could tell some great stories about surviving the Civil War while farming in Tennessee and then packing up most all of the 16 kids and wife and moving to Texas in covered wagons.
- R.E. Carter
 Added: Jan. 16, 2015
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