┌── Thomas Hinshaw
┌── Margaret Hinshaw ──┤
│ c1777-1846 │
│ └── Hannah Seasfield
Thomas Carter ───────┤
B: c1800 │ ┌── Isaac Carter
D: 1838 │ │
└── Joseph Carter ─────┤
└── Mary "Polly" Bray
M: Miriam Cartwright
├── Mary M. Carter (1826-1908) 1
└── Eliza Carter (1828-1904) 1
Thomas Carter [ID 03065]
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Born about 1800, North Carolina.1
He married Miriam Cartwright, Feb 6 1821, Surry County, North Carolina.1,2,3 Miriam was born about 1804.1
A marriage bond was recorded for Thomas Carter and Marium Cartright on Feb 6 1821 in Surry County, North Carolina. Joshua Carter was bondsman.2
Rachel Carter, born c1820.
Elizabeth Carter, born c1824.
(unnamed infant) Carter.
Margaret Carter, born c1831, Indiana..
Hannah Marie Carter, born c1833, Indiana.
Mariam Carter, born c1834, Indiana.
Thomas Wesley Carter, born 1836, Indiana; died Nov 26 1906; married 1) Oct 19 1856, Lydia Rhoades (children: Emma Jane, Columbus R., Margaret M., Mariam Elizabeth, Susanna Belle, Nora Della, Martha R., Sarah I. and Lydia S. Carter); 2) Hannah Baldwin.
Thomas and Miriam had four children (Rachel, Elizabeth, Mary and Eliza) when they left North Carolina for Snow Hill Station, Randolph County, Indiana in 1829. They had seven more children in Indiana.1
Thomas Carter died 1838, believed buried Mount Zion Cemetery, near Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.4
Widow Mariam was shown in the 1840 census, White River Township, Randolph County, Indiana:8
Mariam Carter household:
1 male under age 5 [Thomas Wesley].
1 female under age 5.
3 females age 5-10.
2 females age 10-15.
2 females age 15-20.
1 female age 30-40 [Mariam].
Miriam died Jun 15 1848, buried Mount Zion Cemetery, near Winchester, Randolph County, Indiana.1 (Jun 5 1848).4
Children Miriam and Thomas were apparently taken-in by daughter Mary, as they were shown with Mary Carter Hinshaw and family in the 1850 census (Aug 1 1850), Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana:7
Miriam Carter, age 16, born in Indiana; attended school.
Thomas W. Carter, age 13, born in Indiana; attended school.
Daughter Margaret was apparently taken-in by daughter Eliza, as she were shown with Eliza Carter Hinshaw and family in the 1850 census (Aug 1 1850), Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana:5
Margaret Carter, age 19, born in Indiana.
Daughter Hannah was apparently taken-in by second cousin Nathan Hinshaw, as she were shown with Nathan Hinshaw and family in the 1850 census (Aug 1 1850), Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana:6
Hannah Carter, age 17, born in Indiana.
- Contribution from Allen Rowe ().
- "North Carolina Marriage Bonds" fiche in the LDS Family History Library.
- "North Carolina Marriages to 1825" (www.ancestry.com).
- Contribution from Georgie Ann Speck () citing:
manuscript "Carter 300 years 1682-1982", North Carolina State Library.
- 1850 census, Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana; roll M432-168, page 43B, line #34, dwelling #41, family #42.
- 1850 census, Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana; roll M432-168, page 46A, line #18, dwelling #77, family #79.
- 1850 census, Washington Township, Randolph County, Indiana; roll M432-168, page 44B, line #14, dwelling #53, family #55.
- 1840 census, White River Township, Randolph County, Indiana; roll 92, page 6.
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