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Charles T. Carter, Revolutionary soldier whose children came to Southern Illinois : their related families, Cunningham, Owens, Croslin, Aikin, Gregory

Carters that came to Southern Illinois, related families Akin, Croslin, Carter, Cunningham, Gregory, Owen
by Violet Lee Carter Crisham
Marion, Illinois : Violet Grisham, c1994
184 p. : ill.


Additional title page: Carters that came to Southern Illinois : related families, Akin, Croslin, Carter, Cunningham, Gregory, Owen

John T. Carter (1797-1874), son of Charles T. Carter, was born in Virginia. He married Jane Gregory (1802-1881), daughter of Uriah and Elizabeth Hailey Gregory in 1820. They lived in Mecklenburg County,Virginia and later moved to Smith County, Tennessee. About 1848 they came to Williamson County, Illinois. Includes information on families of siblings, also. Also includes information on the following families: James Akin, born in Franklin County, Illinois in 1824, son of James and Sara A. Akin; Edwin Atwood, born in Virginia in 1795, moved to Tennessee in 1819; and Thomas Croslin, born in Tennessee in 1822, son of Thomas and Nancy (Teal) Croslin.

Also includes Vaughan, Culbreath, and related families.

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