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Aundrea Carter Trott (#47350324)
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Billie Greene
Hi
Where are you? Haven't seen you on findagrave in a while. Your cousin, Billie
Added by Billie Greene on Sep 17, 2013 1:50 PM
Howard A Sutherland
RE: Pierce H & Francis Carter
I have transferred Francis Carter to your care. The memorial for Pierce Carter was created by Billie Greene not me. You will need to contact her to see about a transfer of the memorial.
Added by Howard A Sutherland on Nov 13, 2010 11:54 AM
Billie Greene
RE: Sebron & Mamie Lynch Carter
Aundrea,
Sorry it has taken me this long to get back in touch with you. I have been in Augusta, and Atlanta, and did not have access to the internet. I know very little of the Carters.
Henry Carter and Mamie Lynch were married in SC, probably Orangeburg County. Mamie was from Cope SC. They moved to the Blythe area of Richmond County, near her parents, Manuel and Mary Ann Lynch. Manuel had moved his family around 1916. He came with his two unmarried daughters, Rachel and Gussie. His daughter Addie, and her husband Henry Darnell, and their 5 year old son Allen, also came with them. Henry and Mamie came a year or two later. They came, my grandmother (Addie) said, "because the water was bad, and people were dying." She also said that Manuel was the first conductor on the first train that went through Cope. That's about all I know at the moment. Talk to you later.
Billie Greene.
Added by Billie Greene on Oct 19, 2010 1:28 PM
 

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