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Ida T Carter Carithers
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Birth: May 19, 1861
Death: Feb. 27, 1898

Ida T Carter, probably born in Walton Co., GA - Daughter of James W and Lawrah G Carter.

Sister of Sylvanus G, Robenia E, John, Marcus L, Mary S, Sallie E and Carlos Carter.

Ida married, 19 May 1885, James Yancey Carithers, a son of Hugh Alfred Carithers Sr and Mary Ann Griffeth.

No known children from this marriage.

Ida probably died in Walton or Clarke Co., GA.
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Middle Initial, Marriage Date and Parent Links -
Courtesy of:
Joy Pendry (#46998531)
As found in the Historical Collections of the Georgia Chapters, DAR, Carter-James Family Bible. 
 
Family links: 
 Parents:
  James Washington Carter (1828 - 1900)
  Laura Queen James Carter (1839 - 1916)
 
 Spouse:
  James Yancey Carithers (1854 - 1916)
 
 Siblings:
  Sylvanus G. Carter (1859 - 1906)*
  Ida T Carter Carithers (1861 - 1898)
  Robena Emily Carter Ware (1864 - 1896)*
  Marcus L. Carter (1867 - 1927)*
  Sallie Carolyn Carter Shelnutt (1872 - 1963)*
  Carl L. Carter (1879 - 1952)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
IDA CARTER
WIFE OF
JAMES Y. CARITHERS
MAY 19, 1861
FEB. 27, 1898.
 
Burial:
Bethabara Baptist Church Cemetery
Oconee County
Georgia, USA
 
Created by: Sarah Locklin Taylor
Record added: Sep 06, 2007
Find A Grave Memorial# 21395711
Ida T <i>Carter</i> Carithers
Added by: Bud
 
Ida T <i>Carter</i> Carithers
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Added by: Ed Saye
 
 
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~~~~~ Rest In Peace ~~~~~ 3rd Cousin, 3 Generations Back
- Sarah Locklin Taylor
 Added: Mar. 3, 2009

- Sarah Locklin Taylor
 Added: Feb. 5, 2008
 
 
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