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Thomas Milton Carothers
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Birth: Nov. 18, 1831
Death: Jun. 12, 1906

He served in the 17th South Carolina Troops Company E as a Musician during the Civil War. He was the son of James Carothers & Margaret Swann Neely. He married Jane Levitia Potts & Rebecca Jane Garrison.

Date: Sunday, June 17, 1906 Paper: State (Columbia, SC) Issue:5488 Section: Part Two Page: 14

Death of Capt. Carothers
A Confederate Veteran of York County Passes Away
Special to The State
Rock Hill, June 16 - Capt T. M. Carothers, a well known and one of the most highly esteemed farmers of the county and brave veteran of the Lost Cause, died at his home in the Indianhook community, near the South Catawba River, about 5 o'clock Thuesday morning.
For several years Capt. Carothers had suffered from cancer of the face but until a few days prior to his death he was able to be up and look after his affairs on the farm. His condition became much worse, however, last Friday and he gradually grew worse until the end came. He was unconscious from Friday until Monday, but he regained consciousness on Monday and remained perfectly rational almost to the last moment.
The funeral was held at Ebenezer church Wednesday morning at 10 o'clock, Rev. J.H. Thornwell, pastor of the deceased, officiating, after which the remains of this brave old soldier were laid to rest in Ebenezer cemetery.
Capt. Carothers was 74 years of age at his death and was born and lived all his life, except the four years he spent in the war, in the same community in which he was living at his death. He was strickly honest in all his dealings with his fellowmen and lived a pure and upright life - a man for whom all his acquaintances had the highest respect.
Family links: 
  James Carothers (1787 - 1854)
  Margaret Swann Neely Carothers (1792 - 1845)
  Jane Levitia Potts Carothers (1836 - 1885)
  Rebecca Jane Garrison Carothers (1853 - 1931)
  Margaret Neely Carothers Beach (1861 - 1928)*
  Samuel Dinsmore Carothers (1810 - 1877)*
  James Franklin Carothers (1822 - 1892)*
  William Neely Carothers (1825 - 1864)*
  John Newton Carothers (1828 - 1861)*
  Thomas Milton Carothers (1831 - 1906)
*Calculated relationship
Ebenezer Presbyterian Church Cemetery
Rock Hill
York County
South Carolina, USA
Created by: Hope
Record added: Jul 04, 2007
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Thomas Milton Carothers
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Thomas Milton Carothers
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