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Friday, December 08, 2017

The Man From The Train by Bill James And Rachel McCarthy James

The Man From The Train, The Solving Of A Century Old Serial Killer Mystery was written by a father-daughter team. Being into genealogy and history, I use old newspapers a lot for gleaning facts and stories for my family research. It is amazing how reporters wrote back then. I recently found a short, one paragraph blurb that was at once hilarious and shocking!

The Mount Airy News, 11/24/1910, Pg 2 (parenthesis mine)
Robert Gentry was sent to the roads six months (chain gangs working on the roads) for stealing a sheep. The old fellow lives in the western part of the county and is a worthless, old petty thief and has hardly sense enough to be responsible. He robs spring houses (pre-electricity, people constructed spring houses to use water from streams or underground springs to keep foods cool such as butter, milk cans of milk, etc like we use refrigerators, so he was stealing food) and clothes lines (pre-electricity, people hung their clothes to dry so he was stealing clothes) and is a constant source of annoyance to the people.

So I can only imagine what Bill and Rachel James had to wade through to write this. I can honestly say they both wrote so well that I was hooked from the first page and didn't put it down. I finished it in one day. Thank you for a thoroughly engrossing read!

I do have some comments though.

It seems that there were a rash of murders from 1898-1912 that were the killing of WHOLE families (or everyone in the house) by ax(e)! There were so many I got confused. I appreciate how they must have struggled to put so much together. I would suggest a beginning chapter and then stuck to chronological. The presenting of some murders from 1909-1910 and then going back and forth from 1898 to 1912 made it confusing. It may be that they were presenting the ones they were 100% sure was their killer (The Man From the Train or TMFTT, for my purposes) first and then going back and picking through the many other family murders by axe (which, by the way, can be spelled ax or axe) that could also have been by him. I'm not sure, but maybe that's the reason for the swings and not going chronological. It was confusing. Maybe go chronological and end each chapter with the same summary info they always gave as to how the facts of the case matched the modus operandi (mo) of their killer and their percentage of how sure they are that this killing was TMFTT. Maybe it's just me, but I follow things a lot better in chronological order.

Bill James made it entertaining with his comments such as, "It would be nice to report the J.N. Wilkerson was punished for his actions and died under a bridge, but he wasn't and he didn't. He landed on his feet..." Chapter XVII Villisca 5, Pg 167

But then there were comments and opinions that didn't really make sense. For instance, when the murders were attributed to African Americans, the James team made sure we knew that it couldn't possibly have been the hapless black people accused. They were forced to relay the the information and newspaper articles that were from the times. Because of the times, it was frankly, what we would consider, racist. It is what it is, it happened, but it was a very unsavory part of our history. Nobody today can understand lynch mobs. Well, I say that but then we see the attacks on President Donald Trump and former President Barack Obama and I believe there could still be lynch mobs, LOL! We hear many people, who have lost loved ones to senseless and brutal attacks, say they think the perpetrator should be "strung up". Some imagine being able to "tar and feather" someone and "run them out on a rail". Some say they could never forgive the murderer and want to see them "fry". And then there are those who want people to "roast in hell". I'm not trying to judge people who have had their loved ones brutalized, murdered, or abducted never to heard from again. I can imagine I'd have those same emotions if it was my loved one. As a Christian, I'm called to forgive. This would be impossible for us except that the Holy Spirit lives inside us and can do what we cannot. It may take time, but it is in our best interest to let go and let God. Even if the perpetrator is never caught or never received justice, we can know that God is in the justice business.

Anyway, back to the book, I think the authors may have been afraid of the black situation so they overcompensated in their conclusions to avoid being tainted with the racist crap that went on. They didn't do it, they didn't in any way contribute to the racist subject matter but their conclusions may have been oversimplistic to "make up" for the extreme circumstances they had to report. Sort of like, "It couldn't possibly have been a black person because they were a black person." That's kinda reverse racism.

Chapter XXIII, Just When You Thought This Story Couldn't Possibly Get Any Uglier
On 7/28/1904, the Hodge family of 5 was murdered with an ax on an isolated farm near Colfax, GA. Their house was then set on fire.

There were things that didn't make sense. Henry Hodges, the husband and father, was evidently accosted by the murderer (whoever that was) along the road near the house, as investigators found his hat there, signs of scuffle and clotted blood. Yet, he was found in the house with no bloody drag marks. Then there was a kerosene lamp sitting on a lamp post with the chimney removed and it was still burning the next morning. The mother and children were murdered in their beds although the small children's bodies were so burned as to only leave some bones. The adults were murdered by blows to the heads and it was assumed (and I say "assumed" because without a body, how could they tell?) that the children died in the fire rather than being murdered by ax, knife, strangulation, etc. If you have no body, you don't know if their throats were slit, they were stabbed, strangled, smothered, or otherwise disposed of. The reason I bring this up is that TMFTT always killed by axe blows except for a few occasions where he was forced to use a gun. And a bloody knife figured in the evidence. The authors concluded that this family murder was probably done by the TMFTT instead of the people who confessed to doing it. There were reasons to think it possible as the murders occurred at night, it was in the hunt ground at the time, it was 3/4 of a mile from a railroad, the house was rural and secluded which matched his mo AT THE TIME (it changed later), the women were sexually assaulted, it seemed there was no robbery. On the other hand there are things that give evidence that it WASN'T the TMFTT: the husband being attacked away from the house, the killers allowing the man to stagger back to the house, the mother AND the teen daughter being raped (usually the sexual attention was given to the teen girls and it was masturbation, or at least that's what I understood from this book), the bloody knife. If the children were killed in any other way than an ax blow to the head, then it probably wasn't the TMFTT. So why would there have been a bloody knife?

Now the two black men who were accused of the crime were arrested the next day. Paul Reed's wife, Harriet, told authorities a story that implicated the men in the murders. It seems that they had heard that Henry Hodges kept a $300 of coins buried in a kettle behind the chicken coop. It was their "pot 'o gold at the end of the rainbow". They planned on sneaking on the property and digging up the pot of money and stealing it. But Hodges interrupted them. I don't know where the chicken coop was in proximity to the place of scuffle and initial injury on the road?? Was he chasing them and they turned on him? Harriet's account then went on to say that the wife came running out in aid of her husband and was carrying the kerosene lantern, sans chimney (which doesn't make sense), which she set on the fence post before rushing the two murderers with weapons!?! Then the bodies were dragged back to the house (although investigators found "scuffle marks" and blood, they didn't find bloody drag marks) and the house set on fire and the children burned to death (in their beds without waking as their parents were dragged into the house and into the same bedroom and the house set on fire).

Paul Reed then confesses to the crime and implicates others including Will Cato. I can understand that Paul Reed might confess to anything if he was being beaten, harrassed or "sweated" by the police. It happens all the time and for a black man, in the custody of the police, accused of killing a white family, you would be scared white (as the old saying goes). But why did Harriet confess and give such a senseless story? The fact that she pointed the finger at her own husband leads you to think he did it but the senseless story leads you to think he didn't. Paul Reed not only confessed but he implicated others and came up with a story that was so fantastic that it may have been true. It would at least fit the evidence better than Harriet's story or the author's conclusion that it was TMFTT.

Paul Reed said that he and other black men were members of the "Before Day Clubs".

"The Before Day Club was said to be an assemblage of rogue black men who plotted crimes against white people, robbing and killing white people. Reports of 'Before Day Clubs' now popped up all over the region... A white farmer (N.W. Epps) was murdered near Tallahassee; the black man who shot him would claim to be a member of the local Before Day Club." Chapter XXII, pg 237

But the authors say, "The Before Day Clubs almost certainly never existed anywhere except in Paul Reed's imagination, but the reprisal clubs were very real." Chapter XXII, pg 237

This conclusion is simplistic. Obviously African American men and women are perfectly capable of organizing groups for mischief (see the BLM movement) whether it was some sort of protest or just an outlet for theft, vandalism, rape and murder with the justification that it's against "the man". A black man can murder, yes, I said it. They are just as capable of evil as white people.

My conclusion, from reading this chapter, was that at least two men approached the house with the idea of stealing the money they thought Mr. Hodges had. Henry Hodges heard something and pulled on some clothes and went outside. He saw something and the chased the men who then turned and attacked Henry Hodges on the road but didn't kill him there. They taunted him and followed him as he staggered back to the house. They knew they couldn't leave him, or his family, alive because he recognized them. They followed him back to the house knowing they were going to kill a whole family to save their own hides. One had a knife, the other picked up an ax, which, on a farm, would be handy. They raped the women while the farmer was incapacitated. Another way to humiliate and degrade someone you hated. In front of the injured man, you rape his wife and daughter. Then one slit the throats of the children while the other knocked the sleeping wife and the injured husband on the head with the ax. They set the house on fire and ran out with the kerosene lantern to light their way to the road.

Now, I didn't do the research and I didn't live back then and I wasn't there that night. So my conclusions could be faulty. But, at least, I'm not making assumptions just because someone is African American. The killer could have been Paul Reed and Will Cato or it could have been someone else and they were innocent.

But why did Harriet rat out her husband? Why did he confess? Why did they find his shoes nearby? Why did they find a bloody knife in the road near the shoes and it was identified as Paul Reed's knife? Witnesses said Paul Reed had talked about and planned robbing the Hodges.

Now, was it right for the community to drag Paul Reed and Will Cato out of jail, soak them in kerosene, set them on fire and then lynch them? Absolutely not! I, in no way, think it was right. It was nauseatingly wrong! But, then, if we think about how the Hodges died, we can imagine there were those who wanted revenge and we can understand their raw emotions but taking the law into your own hands is dangerous and makes you as just as nasty as the accused murderer. Let us not forget that there were white people who were trying just as hard to stop the mob and the lynching as those trying to murder Reed and Cato. Henry Hodges' brother, stood in front of the mob several times and tried to stop them. The sheriff and others tried to protect the accused.

The Before Day Clubs, like the KKK, could have been formed initially as a protest against injustice and for mutual protection. But, human beings being what we are, can turn something evil and end up being just as bad as what they were organized against. The BLM movement is a good example of this. It might have been protesting against injustice but it turned into a free-for-all where innocent people have been murdered, police officers murdered or assaulted, thievery and businesses, cars, roads, public places vandalized. People will band together to protect themselves but then we can get a feel of power and before you know it we've become the bullies.


Another chapter was Chapter XXXVIII, Clementine Barnabet. There were 11 black families murdered in Texas, Louisiana and Mississippi in 1911-1912 mostly by ax. In looking at these, the authors tell us about Clementine Barnabet. The Barnabet family were Raymond, his girlfriend, Dina Porter, Clementine (18 yrs old) and Zepherin, aka Ferran (teenager). In the murder of the Andrus family (2 adults, 2 children), Raymond Barnabet was arrested, tried and convicted of the murders. Dina, Clementine and Ferran told different stories implicating Raymond as the murderer.

"Also, a month after the trial, Clementine would begin to say that she herself had committed the crime, or had led those who committed it. Also, Clementine was just a terrible liar, although frankly we kind of like her anyway." Chapter XXXVIII, Pg 388

So the authors like Clementine who was a liar and confessed ax murderer!?!

"Clementine was eighteen years old at the time of these murders probably fifteen or sixteen when the Oeplousas family was murdered in 1909. She had large doe eyes, a slender figure, and smooth skin. Clementine had what one could describe as a pixie face. The lower half of her face was round but small and delicate. The word to describe her, honestly, is cute - cute being usually nonthreatening, like a child or a puppy. Many of the drawings that are attached to articles about her make her look mature and exotic, but that isn't at all what she looked like. If, in fact, she had done everything she said she had done, she would be a figure without equal in the history of crime." Chapter XXXVIII, Pg 392

Not having a picture, I can't judge how "cute" this teenage confessed murderess was. And we are in the middle of a book on a serial killer who killed over a hundred people so I think TMTT would be the "figure without equal in the history of crime".

Clementine was employed as a domestic by the Guidry family. Just down the block from the Guidry's, the Randall family were murdered. The husband was shot in the head and then the he, the mother and the baby were bludgeoned, as well as, 3 other children. The oldest daughter had spent the night away and when she came home and found the bloody corpses, she ran screaming down the street. Clementine "watched from the Guidry's porch as the little girl ran screaming from the Randall house, and she laughed." (pg 392)

Due to that weird reaction and her father's conviction, the police turned their investigation on her and  "inside Clementine's room police found a dress, apron, and underwear covered in blood and brains. At first Clementine denied it, but soon after she was bragging. Hours after her arrest, she laughed at a judge on the witness stand, laughed and laughed and laughed at all of them and told everyone that she had killed the Randalls, the Andruses, and the family in Rayne, whose name she didn't know." Chapter XXXVIII, Pg 392

She was a member o King Harrison's Christ Sanctified Holy Church and Clementine was a "deaconess". Clementine claimed she was the leader of a group within the Christ Sanctified Holy Church know as the Church of Sacrifice. "She said she had murdered the Randalls (who were also apparently members) because they had disobeyed the church's orders. She also claimed that she had a charm from a local voodoo doctor that would prevent her from being punished." Chapter XXXVIII, Pg 393, parenthesis mine

It seems she believed in voodoo and had bought a "candja" or "conjure bag" from Joseph Thibodeaux who sold these kind of things. It was suppose to protect her against the consequences of her crimes. But I'm not sure how it was going to protect her against her own confessions?!? She not only claimed the murders before she was arrested but claimed to direct other murders by her followers after her arrest.

She was examined by medical professionals (whatever that could be in 1912?) and "she was 'morally depraved, unusually ignorant and of a low grade of mentality, but not deficient in such a manner as to constitute her imbecile or idiot.'" Chapter XXXVIII, Pg 404.

"Clementine confessed to murdering eighteen people, but it would seem to be impossible to believe that she actually did exactly what she said she did." Chapter XXXVIII, Pg 404

Why? They really don't make a good point for why she couldn't have done it. Just because she's black doesn't mean she's incapable. She's just as capable of leading a group in murder as any white teenager. Just see the Columbine High School massacre where 2 teenage boys killed 12 students, 1 teacher and wounded 23 others.

Unfortunately, there is no age limit or race limit or gender limit on evil. Clementine Barnabet confessed, was found to be capable of evil and convicted of the crime. She escaped for a few hours but was recaptured. She was in prison for 10 years. The authors think she was released because someone thought she was innocent. Again, an assumption. Maybe she was released because she had been a female teenager at the time of the murders? She disappeared according to the authors and was never heard from again.

I think she may have been the murderer or instigator of at least some of the ax murders as a sort of teenage femme fatale with dark religious overtones. We see teenagers fall for this kind of svengaliism all the time. She loved the feeling of power and machination and dark religion and it grew into murders. Again, I didn't do the research, wasn't there. But calling Clementine "cute" and innocent was going too far. Don't give her a pass just because she was black and lived during a racist time of history. That doesn't automatically make her innocent.


The traveling ax murderer is scary to think about. How he managed to kill so many families in their sleep and getting away with it via the trains is evil and genius and terrifying. Thankfully, in most cases, they were dead before they could wake up so it was quick but the thought of someone being that quiet, that sneaky, that brazen, that self confident, that capable and that evil is horrifying.

Why did the murders seem to stop after 1912? That was an interesting question. The authors said he could have been arrested for another crime and incarcerated, he could have died or been killed, he could have been institutionalized or he could have left the country.

I won't ruin the conclusions of the authors and their solution. They could be right. They made a good case and I'm willing to admit they sold me. But I think the last chapter was a stretch. I think something happened to TMFTT and he was permanently removed from the killing game. He was probably too old to participate in the First World War. They think he was probably in his fifties by the time he did his last murders and the War wasn't until 1918. I'm not sure leaving the country would have been a solution for a risk adverse person as the War was cranking up in Europe. The War started in 1915 in Europe and who would go back to that?!?

There was something the authors didn't seem to consider - the Spanish Influenze epidemic of 1918-1919.

So did TMFTT die, and if so, how? Or was he incarcerated or institutionalized? I think those are really the only options. Did he die of natural causes, age or the Spanish Flu while incarcerated or institutionalized? He could have been in a state hospital somewhere because of age, illness or mental illness.

I've gone to a lot of trouble reviewing this book. BECAUSE IT MADE ME THINK! And that's what I love. I was engrossed. I read through it in one day. And I couldn't get it off my mind. So I recommend this book and again, I thank the authors for an interesting read!

Sunday, November 12, 2017

Caleb Wade Cartee and Elizabeth Yorke Slaton And The Gilbert Connection

This family is not related to me or my husband. But it is in a family line that I was working on for my niece-in-law, Hannah. This particular family was pretty complicated so I thought I should make this post to help others.

Caleb Wade Cartee was born About 1790 in Spartanburg County, SC to James M. Cartee (DOB 11/12/1759 in Anson County, NC; DOD 6/3/1837 in Anderson County, SC) and Nancy Kimbrell (DOB About 1760 in Virginia, DOD About 1850 in Spartanburg County, SC).

Caleb Cartee married Elizabeth Yorke Slaton (DOB About 1800 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 1870-1880 in Anderson County, SC). The information about the birth of Elizabeth Yorke Slaton was taken from other family trees in Ancestry.com and I haven't been able to find my own sources on her maiden name and birth.

They had 7 children:

1) Nancy Jane Cartee (DOB 11/1830 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 6/15/1862 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC) married George Gibson Gilbert, Sr. (DOB 11/8/1798 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 4/5/1869 in Spartanburg County, SC). They had 2 children: Ceedee Ann Gilbert (aka Cynthia Ann Gilbert) married John Thomas Nichols, George Gibson Gilbert, Jr. married Nancy Margaret Smith). My niece-in-law is descended through George Gibson Gilbert, Sr. and Jr. George Gibson Gilbert Sr. was first married to Lucinda Cooley (DOB 5/20/1802 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 7/15/1852 in Spartanburg County, SC) and they had Perry Duncan Gilbert (married Emaline E. Wolfe), Malissa Fairfield Gilbert (married Elias "Lice" Charles Burnett), Missouri Gilbert (married William James Gilbert), Jane Gilbert (married Harrell Wells, aka Harrill Wells, Harold Wells), Amos S. Gilbert (married ?), Thomas J. Gilbert I(married ?), Charlotte Gilbert (married William Theodore Powell), Henry E. Gilbert (married Sarah Carney Camp).

2) Minnie Polly Cartee (DOB About 1832 in SC; DOD ? in ? ) married ?

3) John Berry Cartee (DOB About 1834 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD ? in ? ) married ?

4) Stephen Slaton Cartee (DOB 1/17/1935 in Anderson County, SC; DOD 1/17/1910 in Greenville, Greenville County, SC) married Clarissa Louise Levi (DOB 5/1/1871 in Henderson County, NC; DOD 7/13/1948 in Greenville, Greenville County, SC). She is known by a lot of different spellings of her name: Clercie Louise Levi, Clarsey L. Levi, Clair Levi, Clency L. Levi. She married three or four times. She and Stephen Slaton Cartee had Maude Lillian Cartee (Grover Cleveland Addis), Mamie Cartee (married Marion Fields Aiken, James Riley Lockaby and William J. Tate) and Caleb Wade Cartee (Clara Bell Young). He also married Malinda Kelly (DOB About 1837 in SC; DOD 11/2/1895 in Greenville County, SC). They had Sarah Cartee (married William T. Rowland), John Cartee (died in infancy), Pharoah Clayton Cartee (Ella Victoria ?), Anna Cartee (married William Thomas Day), George Robinson Cartee (married Willie Belle Caldwell) and Erastus Walker Cartee (married Mamie ?).

5) Thomas Spencer Cartee (DOB 6/13/1836 in Anderson County, SC; DOD 4/22/1907 in Marchall County, AL) married Susannah E. Bolt (DOB About 1848 in Elbert County, GA; DOD About 1864 in Hart County, GA). He married 2nd Sarah J. Dyar (DOB 5/9/1845 in Hart County, GA; DOD 6/4/1900 in Alabama).
Janice_Clements originally shared this on 14 Jun 2012 on Ancestry.com

6) Ransom Cartee (DOB About 1838 in South Carolina; DOD ? in ? ) married ?

7) Louisa Jane Cartee (DOB About 1839 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 4/5/1884 in Spartanburg County, SC) married Perry Duncan Cartee. He was also married to Louisa Jane Culbreth (DOB 11/20/1852 in Rutherford County, NC; DOD 7/9/1931 in Spartanburg County, SC). Can you imagine being married, coincidently, to two women with the same first and second names!?! At least there was no danger of accidentally calling your wife by the wrong name. LOL!


1830 U.S. Census of Anderson County, South Carolina; Series: M19; Roll: 173; Page: 149; Family History Library Film: 0022507, Caleb Caster (sic)
Name: Caleb Caster
[Caleb Carter]
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Anderson, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 40 thru 49: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 5: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 5
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 6
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 6


1840 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: 515; Page: 137; Family History Library Film: 0022511, Caleb Carty (sic)
Name: Caleb Carty
Home in 1840 (City, County, State): Spartanburg, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 5: 3
Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 14: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 30 thru 39: 1
Persons Employed in Agriculture: 1
No. White Persons over 20 Who Cannot Read and Write: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 7
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - Free White, Free Colored, Slaves: 9


1850 U.S. Census of Eastern Subdivision, Anderson County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_848; Page: 289B; Image: 585, Lines 32-38, "Caleb Carter" (sic)
Caleb Carter, 60 yrs old (DOB 1790), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, $3,000 in Real Estate Value, Born in VA
Elizabeth Carter, 50 yrs old (DOB 1800), F, W, Born in SC
James Carter, 22 yrs old (DOB 1828), M, W, Student, Born in SC
Thomas S. Carter, 18 yrs old (DOB 1832), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Stephen S. Carter, 16 yrs old (DOB 1834), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Frances J. Carter, 11 yrs old (DOB 1839), F, W, Born in SC
Nancy L. Carter, 9 yrs old (DOB 1841), F, W, Born in SC


1860 U.S. Census of Northern Division, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1226; Page: 274; Family History Library Film: 805226, Lines 31-38, "Caleb Cartee"
Caleb Cartee, 67 yrs old (DOB 1793), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $0, Personal Estate Value $300, Born in SC
Elizabeth Cartee, 61 yrs old (DOB 1799), F, W, Born in SC
Louisa J. Cartee, 24 yrs old (DOB 1836), F, W, Born in SC
Ranson Cartee (sic), 22 yrs old (DOB 1838), M, W, Farm Labor, Born in SC
John Cartee, 28 yr sold (DOB 1832), M, W, Farm Labor, Born in SC
William Cartee, 8 yrs old (DOB 1852), M, W, Born in SC
James Cartee, 4 yrs old (DOB 1856), M, W, Born in SC
Thomas Cartee, 24 yrs old (DOB 1836), M, W, Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,200, Personal Estate Value $2,400, Born in SC


1870 U.S. Census of Williamston, Anderson County, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1482; Page: 714A; Family History Library Film: 552981, Lines 38-39, "Caleb Cartee"
Caleb Cartee, 81 yrs old (DOB 1789), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $600, Personal Estate Value $0, Born in VA
Elizabeth Cartee, 70 yrs old (DOB 1800), F, W, Keeping house, Born in SC


1880 U.S. Census of Cherokee, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: 1240; Family History Film: 1255240; Page: 156B; Enumeration District: 140, Lines 16-18, "Caleb Cartee"
Caleb Cartee, W(hite), M(ale), 67 yrs old (DOB 1813, sic), Head, Married, Unable to work the last 12 mos due to Rheumatism, He is disabled, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Mary Cartee, W, F, 46 yrs old (DOB 1834), Wife, Married, Keeping house, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
George Gilbert, W, M, 17 yrs old (DOB 1863), Grandson, Single, Farm labor, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC



That's what I have on Caleb Wade Cartee. But let's look at some of his children:

Nancy Jane Cartee was born 11/1830 in Spartanburg County, SC. She married George Gibson Gilbert, Sr.


We are going to follow the Gilbert family now.

George Gibson Gilbert, Sr. was born 11/8/1798 in Spartanburg County, SC to Samuel Olen Gilbert (DOB About 1770 in Bedford County, VA; DOD 1/15/1832 in Spartanburg County, SC) and Elizabeth Woody (DOB ? in ? ; DOD ? in ? ). Samuel Olen Gilbert was the son of Daniel Gilbert (DOB 1/20/1731 in Baltimore County, Maryland; DOD About 1805 in Spartanburg County, SC) and Elizabeth ? (DOB About 1742 in Bedford County, VA; DOD About 1770 in Bedford County, VA). Daniel Gilbert was the son of Garvis Gilbert (DOB 4/15/1680 in Leeds, Metropolitan Borough of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England; DOD 6/5/1739 in Baltimore County, Maryland) and Mary (DOB About 1695 in Baltimore County, Maryland; DOD About 1740 in Baltimore County, Maryland).

Garvis Gilbert is also known as Jarvis Gilbert, Jervis Gilbert, Gervaise Gilbert, Gervase Gilbert. He was also married to a Margaret ? . Garvis Gilbert and Mary had Charles, Mary, Hannah, Aquilla, Benjamin, Daniel, Arabella, Martha. Garvis Gilbert and Margaret had Michael, Jarvis and Samuel.

Here is the sources I have for Garvis Gilbert.
Family Data Collection - Births
Name Garvis Gilbert
Father Michael Gilbert
Mother Dorthy Hargrave
Birth Date 15 April 1680
City Leeds
County Yorkshire
Country England

Family Data Collection - Deaths
Name Garvis Gilbert
Death Date 5 June 1739
City Baltimore
State MD
Country USA

Family Data Collection - Individual Records
Name Garvis Jarvis Gilbert
Spouse Mary
Parents Michael, Dorothy Gilbert Gilbert, Hargrave
Birth Place Baltimore, MD
Birth Date 15 April 1680
Death Place Baltimore, MD
Death Date 5 June 1739

U.S. and International Marriage Records, 1560-1900
Name Garvis Jarvis
Gender Male
Birth Place Yo
Birth Year 1680
Spouse Name Margaret
Marriage State MD
Number Pages 1

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Gervaise “Jarvis” Gilbert, I
BIRTH 15 Apr 1680 Leeds, Metropolitan Borough of Leeds, West Yorkshire, England
DEATH 5 Jun 1739 Saint Georges, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA
BURIAL Saint Georges Episcopal Church Cemetery Perryman, Harford County, Maryland, USA
MEMORIAL ID 99762456
Born in Leeds, (West) Yorkshire, England on 15 Apr 1680, the (probable) son of Michael Gilbert (II) and Dorothy Hargrave. Immigrated from Leeds, (West) Yorkshire, England to Maryland about about 1699, the year in which his name appears for the first time in the tax tables of Baltimore county, Maryland. Was first married to Margaret, maiden name unknown, in 1704 in Baltimore, Maryland. Jarvis and Margaret were the parents of six children: Michael, Jarvis, Solomon, Elizabeth, Jarvis and Samuel (I). After Margaret's death in 1715, Jarvis married a second time to Mary, maiden name unknown (some have suggested that it was Gallion, though this name is not proven). Jarvis and Mary were the parents of ten children: Charles (1717-1720), Mary (1719-1720), Hannah (1721- ), Charles (1723-1797), Aquila (1726-1806), Benjamin (1729-1791), Daniel (1731-1809) , Mary (1733-1785), Martha (1736-1799), and Arabella (1738- ). Jarvis died on 05 Jun 1739 in Baltimore, Maryland, and was most likely interred in the Spesutia Church cemetery, St. Georges Parish, Baltimore county, Maryland, where he served as a vestryman.
Spouses:
Margaret Gilbert 1684–1715
Mary Gilbert 1695–1740
Children:
Michael Gilbert 1707–1784
Samuel Gilbert 1709–1776
Garvis Gilbert 1713–1754
Daniel Gilbert 1731–1805

In 1699, Garvis Gilbert is living in Middle River Hundred, Baltimore County, MD (Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol 8, Pg 64, Published by Maryland Historical Society, 201 West Monument St., Baltimore, Maryland, 21201-4674, mdhs.org/publications/maryland-historical-magazine, "Taxables in Baltimore County, 1699"). In Baltimore County before ca 1820, you encounter 2 terms referring to an area of and: Hundreds and Parishes. From late 1600s-early 1800s in MD the Hundred was applied as a political subdivision of the county for tax purposes and judicial affairs. Middle River Hundred was in St John's Parish. Hundreds being that there was a constable appointed for each hundred and a justice of the peace for each hundred.

Tax List, 1702, (South) Gunpowder River Hundred, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA, Gunpowder River Hundred was later in St. John's Parish.
Tax List, 1703, Gunpowder River Hundred, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA
Tax List, 1704, (North), Gunpowder River Hundred, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA
Tax List, 1705, (North), Gunpowder River Hundred, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA
Tax List, 1706, (North), Gunpowder River Hundred, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA

On 11/4/1707 in Middle Bush River, (North) Gunpowder Hundred, Baltimore County, Maryland. Garvis Gilbert purchased 100 acres plus house, buildings and improvements from William and Rebecca Lowe for 5,000 lbs of tobacco. This would be his homestead throughout his life. (Baltimore County Land Records Vol RM:561-562; Baltimore County MD land deed records, Lib. HWS, No. M, folio 302, Baltimore County, MD Historic Courthouse, Clerk's Office [or Maryland State Archives], 400 Washington Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, 21204.) (The Gilbert Family, by Wilbur E. Davis, Published 1075 Morse Ave, Glendale OH 45246-3829)

Garvis Gilbert was Vestry man from 1/22/1722 to 4/11/1726 at St George's Episcopal Spesutia Church, Spesutia Road, Perryman, Harford County, Maryland, USA. (St. George's Episcopal Church Spesutsia Church Records, Spesutsia Rd, P.O. Box 22, Perryman, Harford County, MD, 21130, USA, 39.474727, -76.204463) Detailed church records exist going back to the 17th century, showing Pattersons as members of the church and vestry. Harford County, MD was first discovered in 1608 by Captain John Smith of the Virginia Colony, when he made a fairly accurate map of the upper country and its islands and shores. About 1649, Colonel Nathaniel Utie came from Virginia to explore the upper bay region and find a place to settle, and was granted an island located a few hundred yards south of Havre de Grace. He named it Spesutie, using the Latin Spes-Utie, meaning Utie's Hope. The spelling was later changed to Spesutia as it is known today. When the Church of England became the established church of the Palatinate of Maryland, the first Vestry House was erected at Spesutie Parish on the property which belonged by grant to Col. Nathaniel Utie. In 1718, Spesutie Parish was divided into St. George's and St. John's Parishes, and the Spesutia Church of St. George's Parish was erected two miles away at Perryman, where it still stands today.

In 1727, Garvis Gilbert purchased Hall's Pipe, 145 acres for 50 pounds Sterling, and Clark's Tobacco, 71 acres on Swan Creek, Harford County, Maryland, USA (The Gilbert Family, by Wilbur E. Davis, Published 1075 Morse Ave, Glendale OH 45246-3829)

In 1734, Garvis Gilbert gave "for the natural love and affection which I have and do bear unto my son Michael GILBERT," gave Michael land to be released to his brothers at the time of his (Garvis') death: Clark's Tobacco, 60 acres; Hall's Pipe, 145 acres; GILBERT's Chance, 40 acres. (Baltimore County Land Records Vol RM:561-562; Baltimore County MD land deed records, Lib. HWS, No. M, folio 302, Baltimore County, MD Historic Courthouse, Clerk's Office [or Maryland State Archives], 400 Washington Avenue, Baltimore, Maryland, 21204.)

The will of Garvis Gilbert of Baltimore County, planter, was dated June 2, 1739 and proved June 17, 1739.
To his son Samuel he gave a tract called GILBERT's Addition and part of GILBERT's Outlet, joining to Edward Hall's Road; To his son Garvis he gave Bow's (Lowe's) Lot and remainder of Outlet, joining; To his son Charles he gave dwelling plantation Clark's Tobacco, GILBERT's Chance, and Negro Man, Oliver, after demise of wife; To his son Aquila he gave The Agreement and Negro woman, Charity, after demise of wife; To his son Benjamin he gave ten pounds of money when he became of age; to his son Daniel he gave ten pounds of money when he became of age; To his daughter Hannah he gave a cow, one feather bed and furniture, and Negro child, Oliver, after demise of wife; To his daughters, Mary and Martha, he gave each ten pounds of money when they became age 16 or at their marriage. The executors of this will were his wife Mary and Michael GILBERT. Wit: Obd Pritchard, James Pritchard, and James Canell (Camell,Camill).

(Will dated 2 Jun 1739 and filed 10 Jun 1739 by Obadiah Pritchard and James Pritchard. Administration bond posted 7 Nov 1739 by the executors with John Durbin and Samuel Pritchard securities; estate administered 12 Aug 1740 by execs).

The date of death of Garvis GILBERT has been determined to be 5/6 Jun 1739. (Marcum citing Baltimore County MD Perogative Court Wills 22, page 79).

The property of Garvis GILBERT, dec'd, distributed to his sons by executor Michael GILBERT follow: l1740 (HWS, LS, 420) Samuel GILBERT, Clark's Tobacco, 60 acres. l1740 (HWS, IA, 413) Jarvis GILBERT, Lowe's Lot, 100 acres, part of GILBERT's Outlet, 125 acres. l1742 (TB, C, 204) Charles GILBERT, Clarke's Tobacco, 40 acres; Union, 60 acres; GILBERT's Chance. l1753 (ABB, J, 17) Aquilla GILBERT, Hall's Mill Run, 200 acres. (Marcum citing Baltimore County MD land deed records)

Even though Michael GILBERT is not named in Garvis' will as his son, it is proven in a gift deed in the Hall of Records in Annapolis, Maryland, that Garvis GILBERT "for the natural love and affection which I have and do bear unto my son Michael GILBERT." he gave land to Michael to be released to his brothers at the time of his (Garvis) death.


Here are the sources I have for Daniel Gilbert:


Daniel Gilbert was born 1/20/1731 in Baltimore County, MD. He married Elizabeth. They had Isiah Gilbert, Gervaise Gilbert, John Gilbert, Mary Ann Gilbert, George Gilbert, Thomas Felix Gilbert, Samuel Olen Gilbert.

Family Data Collection - Births
Name Daniel Gilbert
Father Garvis Gilbert
Birth Date 20 January 1731
City Baltimore
State MD
Country USA

Family Data Collection - Individual Records
Name Daniel Gilbert
Parents Garvis Gilbert
Birth Place Baltimore, MD
Birth Date 20 January 1731
Death Place SC
Death Date 1809



1790 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Series: M637; Roll: 11; Page: 32; Image: 38; Family History Library Film: 0568151
Name: Daniel Gilbert
Home in 1790 (City, County, State): Spartanburg, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 16: 4
Free White Persons - Males - 16 and over: 3
Free White Persons - Females: 5
Number of Household Members: 12


1800 U.S. Census of Spartanburg District, South Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 50; Page: 175; Image: 345; Family History Library Film: 181425
Name: Dan Gilbert
[Daniel Gilbert]
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Spartanburg District, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 16 thru 25: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over: 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 1
Number of Household Members Over 25: 3
Number of Household Members: 7

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Daniel Gilbert
BIRTH 20 Jan 1731 Baltimore County, Maryland, USA
DEATH 1805 Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
BURIAL Gilbert Family Cemetery Cooley Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 64303598
Parents:
Gervaise Gilbert 1680–1739
Mary Gilbert 1695–1740


Samuel Olen Gilbert was born about 1770 in Virginia. He died 1/15/1832 in Spartanburg County, SC. He married Elizabeth and they had Martha Gilbert, Henry Calfy Gilbert, Balaam Gilbert, George Gibson Gilbert Sr., John Gilbert and Cameron Gilbert. Here are the sources for Samuel Olen Gilbert:

1790 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Series: M637; Roll: 11; Page: 32; Image: 38; Family History Library Film: 0568151
Name: Samuel Gilbert
Home in 1790 (City, County, State): Spartanburg, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - 16 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females: 2
Number of Household Members: 3


1800 U.S. Census of Spartanburg District, South Carolina; Series: M32; Roll: 50; Page: 175; Image: 346; Family History Library Film: 181425
Name: Saml Gelbert
[Samuel Gilbert]
Home in 1800 (City, County, State): Spartanburg District, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - Under 10: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 26 thru 44: 1
Free White Persons - Females - Under 10: 2
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 26 thru 44: 1
Number of Household Members Under 16: 5
Number of Household Members Over 25: 2
Number of Household Members: 7


1820 U S Census of Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Page: 245; NARA Roll: M33_120; Image: 311
Name: Danl Gilberd
[Daniel Gilbert]
[Daniel Gilbert, Jr.]
Home in 1820 (City, County, State): Spartanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina
Enumeration Date: August 7, 1820
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 18: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 16 thru 25: 2
Free White Persons - Males - 45 and over: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 10 thru 15: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 45 and over : 1
Number of Persons - Engaged in Agriculture: 3
Free White Persons - Under 16: 1
Free White Persons - Over 25: 2
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total All Persons - White, Slaves, Colored, Other: 5


1830 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Series: M19; Roll: 171; Page: 261; Family History Library Film: 0022505
Name: Samuel Gilbert
Home in 1830 (City, County, State): Spartanburg, South Carolina
Free White Persons - Males - 10 thru 14: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 20 thru 29: 1
Free White Persons - Males - 50 thru 59: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 15 thru 19: 1
Free White Persons - Females - 60 thru 69: 1
Free White Persons - Under 20: 2
Free White Persons - 20 thru 49: 1
Total Free White Persons: 5
Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored): 5


George Gibson Gilbert, Sr. (DOB 11/8/1798 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 4/5/1869 in Spartanburg County, SC) was married first to Lucinda Cooley. Lucinda Cooley was born 5/20/1802 in Spartanburg County, SC to Pinkney Edmond Cooley (DOB About 1773 in VA; DOD 1/17/1851 in Cooley Springs, Spartanburg County, SC) and Charlotte Speace (DOB About 1781 in Lincoln County, NC; DOD 7/11/1849 in Spartanburg County, SC).


1820 U.S. Census Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Page: 260; NARA Roll: M33_120; Image: 326


1830 U.S. Census Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Series: M19; Roll: 171; Page: 251; Family History Library Film: 0022505

1840 U.S. Census Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: 515; Page: 160; Family History Library Film: 0022511


1850 U.S. Census Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 193B; Image: 392



 
1860 U.S. Census of Northern Division, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1226; Page: 273; Family History Library Film: 805226


George Gibson Gilbert, Sr. and Lucinda Cooley had 8 known children:

1) Perry Duncan Gilbert (DOB 8/23/1821 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 5/24/1858 in Spartanburg County, SC) married Emaline E. Wolfe (DOB 2/9/1819 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 2/12/1910 in Spartanburg County, SC). She married Perry Duncan Gilbert first but he died in 1858 so she married Edmund Cooley (aka Edmond Cooley) second. Edmond Cooley was born About 1819 in Spartanburg County, SC and died 8/27/1876 in Reidville, Spartanburg County, SC.

1850 U.S. Census of Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 194A; Image: 393, Lines 3-5, "Benj Gilbert" (sic, Perry Gilbert)
Benj Gilbert (sic, Perry Gilbert), 29 yrs old (DOB 1821), M(ale), W(hite), Farm, Real Estate Value $800, Born in SC
Caroline Gilbert, 30 yrs old (DOB 1820), F, W, Born in SC
Cassandra Gilbert, 30 yrs old (DOB 1820), F, W, Born in SC

South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980
Administration and Guardian Bond Book, 1856-1918; Committee and Guardian Bonds, 1876-1900, 1904-1905
Probate Date 8 Oct 1858
Probate Place Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
Inferred Death Year Abt 1858
Inferred Death Place South Carolina, USA
Handwritten Pg 62
State of South Carolina
Spartanburg District
Know All Men By These Presents
That we, Emeline Gilbert, L.P. Wolf and Geo G. Gilbert
are holden firmly bound unto Jno. Earle Bomar, Esquire, Ordinary for the District of Spartanburg in the full and just sum of Three Thousand Dollars lawful money of this State, to be paid to the said Jno. Earle Bomar or his successors, Ordinaries of this District, or their certain Attorney or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and every of us, our and every of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, for the whole, and in the whole, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
Sealed with our seals, and dated the Eight day of October in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight.
The Condition of the above Obligation is such, that if the above bound Emeline Gilbert Administratrix of the goods, chattels and credits of Perry D. Gilbert deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession or knowledge of the said Emeline Gilbert or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for her and the same so made, do exhibit into the said Court of Ordinary, when she shall be thereunto required, and such goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law, and do make a just and true account of her actings and doings therein, when required by the said Court, and all the rest of the said goods, chattels and credits which shall be found remaining upon the account of the said administration, the same being first allowed by the said Court, shall deliver and pay unto such persons respectively as are entitled to the same by law; and if it shall hereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by the said deceased, and the same be proved in Court, and the Executors obtain a certificate of the probate thereof, and the said Emeline Gilbert do in such case, if required, render and deliver up the said Letters of Administration, then this obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force.

Sealed and delivered in presence of Jno Wheeler

Emeline Gilbert
L.P. Wolf
G.G. Gilbert


2) Malissa Fairfield Gilbert (DOB 1/31/1823 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD ? in Spartanburg County, SC) married Elias "Lice" Charles Burnett (DOB 12/28/1822 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 3/8/1920 in Spartanburg County, SC). After Malissa died, Elias Burnett married a much younger Elisabeth Jane Coggins (DOB 11/6/1860 in SC; DOD 9/19/1929 in SC).

1850 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 178A; Image: 361, Lines 8-11, "Charles Bennet" (sic)
Charles Bennet, 25 yrs old (DOB 1825), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $200, Personal Estate Value $0, Born in SC
Malissa Bennet, 25 yrs old (DOB 1825), F, W, Born in SC
Charlotte Bennet, 1/12 mos old (DOB 1850), F, W, Born in SC
Polly Bennet, 1/12 mos old (DOB 1850), F, W, Born in SC
Jesse R. Bennet, 72 yrs old (DOB 1778), M, W, Rusker Maker (sic, possibly Basket Maker?), Born in SC

1860 U.S. Census of Northern Division, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1226; Page: 276; Family History Library Film: 805226, Lines 11-20, "Elias Burnett"
Elias Burnett, 37 yrs old (DOB 1823), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,400, Personal Estate Value $487, Born in SC
Malissa Burnett, 37 yrs old (DOB 1823), F, W, Born in SC
Charlotte Burnett, 10 yrs old (DOB 1850), F, W, Born in SC
Mary Burnett, 10 yrs old (DOB 1850), F, W, Born in SC
Lursa Burnett (sic, Teresa Burnett or Tersa Burnett), 8 yrs old (DOB 1852), F, W, Born in SC
Thasinah Burnett (sic), 5 yrs old (DOB 1855), F, W, Born in SC
Jos. M. Burnett, 4 yrs old (DOB 1856), M, W, Born in SC
Martha J. Burnett, 2 yrs old (DOB 1858), F, W, Born in SC
Elias Burnett, 1 yr old (DOB 1859), M, W, Born in SC
Thos Hopper, 65 yrs old (DOB 1795), M, W, Day Laborer, Born in SC

1870 U.S. Census of Limestone, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1508; Page: 487A; Family History Library Film: 553007, Line 4, "Elias Burnett"
Elias Burnett, 53 yrs old (DOB 1827), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $0, Personal Estate Value $0, Born in VA

1880 U.S. Census of Cherokee, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: 1240; Family History Film: 1255240; Page: 158A; Enumeration District: 140, Lines 7-13, "Elias Burnett"
Elias Burnett, W(hite), M(ale), 54 yrs old (DOB 1826), Head, Married, Farmer, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Melissa Burnett, W, F, 53 yrs old (DOB 1827), Wife, Married, Keeping House, Born in AL, Both parents born in SC
Mary Burnett, W, F, 29 yrs old (DOB 1851), Daughter, Single, At home, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in AL
Charlotte Burnett, W, F, 29 yrs old (DOB 1851), Daughter, Single, At home, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in AL
Fazina Burnett (sic), W, F, 25 yrs old (DOB 1855), Daughter, Single, At home, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in AL
Joseph Burnett, W, M, 23 yrs old (DOB 1857), Son, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in AL
Luetta Lewis, W, F, 4 yrs old (DOB 1876), Granddaughter, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1900 U.S. Census of Cherokee, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: 1541; Page: 15A; Enumeration District: 0084; FHL microfilm: 1241541, Lines 43-49, "Elias Burnett"
Elias Burnett, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born Dec, 1822, 77 yrs old, Married 54 yrs, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write, Owns farm free of mortgage
Elizabeth, Wife, W, F, Born May, 1860, 40 yrs old, Married 10 yrs (DOM 1890), 4 children with 2 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write
Elmer C. Burnett, Son, W, M, Born Dec, 1893, 6 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Mallissa Burnett (sic), Daughter, W, F, Born May, 1896, 4 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Cosan Hardon, Boarder, W, M, Born Apr, 1884, 16 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm laborer, Can read and write
Henry Martin, Servant, B, M, Born Jan, 1845, 55 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Laborer, Cannot read or write

1910 U.S. Census of Cherokee, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: T624_1472; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 0076; FHL microfilm: 1375485, Lines 73-76, "Elias Burnett"
Elias Burnett, Head, M(ale), W(hite), 87 yrs old (DOB 1823), 2nd Marriage, Married 19 yrs (DOM 1891), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Own Income, Can read and write, Owns farm free of mortgage
Elizabeth Burnett, Wife, F, W, 49 yrs old (DOB 1861), 1st Marriage, Married 19 yrs, 2 children with 2 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write
Elma Burnett, Daughter, F, W, 16 yrs old (DOB 1894), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Melissa Burnett, Daughter, F, W, 13 yrs old (DOB 1897), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1920 U.S. Census of Cherokee, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: T625_1710; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 86, Lines 65-66, "Elias Burnett"
Elias Burnett, Head, Owns farm, M(ale), W(hite), 98 yrs old (DOB 1822), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Elizabeth Burnett, Wife, F, W, 69 yrs old (DOB 1851), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

Veteran Dies At Ripe Old Age 97
Elies Burnett (sic) Passed Away Yesterday Afternoon. Was Well Known Here.
Elies Burnett (sic), a well known Confederate Veteran of the county passed away at his home near Chesnee yesterday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, after a lingering illness. Mr. Burnett was 97 years of age, and was highly respected veteran of the Civil War having fought during the entire four years with the Confederate forces and was highly respected in his community.
The deceased is survived by a large family circle, among them being his widow and five children as follows: J. M. Burnett, Miss Polly Burnett, Mrs. Maniss McDowe, Mrs. L. Elma Lancaster and Mrs. J.M. McCallister.
Funeral services will be conducted this afternoon at 4 o'clock at Arrowood church, by the Rev. Jones, pastor of the church.


SC Death Certificate #6471, Registration District 4002A, Registered #30, Elias Burnett, DOD 3/8/1920 in Cherokee township, Spartanburg County, SC
Male, White, Married, DOB 12/28/1822 in S.C., 97 yrs, 2 mos, 10 days old
Occupation: Unable to work
Father: Woodson Burnett, born in SC
Mother: Susan Burnett, born in SC
Informant: Jud McDaniel, Cherokee, SC
DOD 3/8/1920 at 4:20pm
Cause of death: Carcinoma of stomach, liver and bowels
Buried: 3/9/1920 at Arrowood Church

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Elias “Lice” Burnett
BIRTH 28 Dec 1822 Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
DEATH 8 Mar 1920 Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
BURIAL Arrowwood Baptist Church Cemetery Chesnee, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 35184894
Parents: Woodson and Susanna (Burnett) Burnett.
Husband of: 1. Malissa Fairfield (Gilbert) Burnett, and 2. Elizabeth Jane (Coggins) Burnett.
Family Members
Parents:
Woodson Burnett 1792–1886
Susanna Burnett Burnett 1799–1840
Spouse:
Elizabeth Jane Coggins Burnett 1860–1929
Siblings:
Jefferson Reed Burnett 1816–1904
Nimrod Burnett 1818–1895
Dock Roland Burnett 1840–1923

Elizabeth Jane Coggins Burnett died 9/19/1929 in Spartanburg County, SC and she is buried at Arrowood Baptist Church.

3) Missouri Gilbert (DOB 11/30/1824 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 8/12/1861 in Cooley Springs, Spartanburg County, SC) married William James Cartee (DOB About 1826 in SC; DOD ? in ? ). They had Perry Duncan Cartee (Louisa Jane Culbreth), John Earl Cartee (Jane Eliza Sparks), George James Webb Cartee (Melissa Emeline Gilbert, daughter of Isaac Gilbert and Sarah Basheba Horton), Martha Sally Cartee, Lucinda "Cindy" Cartee (William Pinckney Williams), William Caleb Cartee (Alice Ramoth Belcher), Sophronia Cartee.

1850 U.S. Census of Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 162A; Image: 329, Lines 3-8, "James Carter" (sic)
James Carter, 27 yrs old (DOB 1823), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $150, Personal Estate Value $0, Born in SC
Missouri Carter, 26 yrs old (DOB 1824), F, W, Born in SC
Perry Carter, 7 yrs old (DOB 1843), M, W, Born in SC
J.E. Carter, 5 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Born in SC
George Carter (sic, James W. Cartee), 3 yrs old (DOB 1847), M, W, Born in SC
Sally Carter, 1 yrs old (DOB 1849), F, W, Born in SC

1860 U.S. Census of Northern Division, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1226; Page: 233; Family History Library Film: 805226, Lines 17-24, "William Carter" (sic)
William Carter, 39 yrs old (DOB 1821), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,800, Personal Estate Value $350, Born in SC
Missouri Carter, 35 yrs old (DOB 1825), F, W, Born in SC
Perry Carter, 15 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Farm laborer, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
John E. Carter, 14 yrs old (DOB 1846), M, W, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
James W. Carter, 13 yrs old (DOB 1847), M, W, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
Martha Carter, 12 yrs old (DOB 1848), F, W, Born in SC
Lucinda Carter, 10 yrs old (DOB 1850), F, W, Born in SC
Sophronia Carter, 7 yrs old (DOB 1853), F, W, Born in SC

U.S. Civil War Soldiers, 1861-1865
Name William James Cartee
Side Confederate
Regiment State/Origin South Carolina
Regiment 18th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry
Company D
Rank In Private
Rank Out Private
Film Number M381 roll 6
Other Records 18th Regiment, South Carolina Infantry

U.S., Civil War Soldier Records and Profiles, 1861-1865
Name William James Cartee
Rank at enlistment Private
State Served South Carolina
Service Record Enlisted in Company D, South Carolina 18th Infantry Regiment.
Sources Index to Compiled Confederate Military Service Records

U.S., Confederate Soldiers Compiled Service Records, 1861-1865
Name William James Cartee
Birth Date abt 1826
Age 35
Enlistment Date 1861
Military Unit Eighteenth Infantry C-F

Some family trees on Ancestry.com have James William Cartee (aka William James Cartee) as marrying Emeline Kimbrell and having another family after Missouri Gilbert's death. But, the 1880 U.S. Census used as a source, has "James W. Cartee" as being born in 1847 instead of 1822! So I think the "James W. Cartee", born 1847 and married to Emeline Kimbrell, was James William Cartee and Missouri Gilbert's SON. In the 1850 Census he was listed as George Cartee(born 1847) but in the 1860 Census he was listed as James W. Cartee (born 1847). It was James Webb Cartee the younger that was born in 1847 NOT James William Cartee the elder. So I believe it to be the SON that married Emeline Kimbrell NOT the father. I believe James William Cartee, the father, died in the War of Northern Aggression.


4) Jane Gilbert (DOB 11/9/1826 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 1/6/1885 in Portland, Ashley County, Arkansas) married Harrell Wells (DOB 5/12/1822 in Georgia; DOD 11/30/1894 in Portland, Ashley County, AR). The one thing that bothers me is that Harrill Wells was born in Georgia and in all the U.S. Census', his wife, Sarah Jane Wells, is listed as being born in Georgia as well. Is this truly Jane Gilbert, daughter of George Gibson Gilbert, Sr. and Lucinda Cooley?

1850 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 193B; Image: 392, Lines 14-21, "G. Gilber" (sic)
G. Gilber, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,500, Born in SC
Lucinda Gilber, 48 yrs old (DOB 1802), F, W, Born in SC
Amos Gilber, 21 yrs old (DOB 1829), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Jane Gilber, 22 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, W, Born in SC
T.J. Gilber, 19 yrs old (DOB 1831), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Charlotte Gilber, 18 yrs old (DOB 1832), F, W, Born in SC
Henry Gilber, 13 yrs old (DOB 1837), M, W, Born in SC
John Camp, 5 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Born in SC
Next door:
Balaam Gilbert, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798) and Nilly Gilbert, 45 yrs old (DOB 1805)

1860 U.S. Census of Union, Ashley County, Arkansas; Roll: M653_37; Page: 135; Family History Library Film: 803037, Lines 39-40, next page Lines 1-6, "Harrell Wells"
Harrell Wells, 36 yrs old (DOB 1824), M(ale), W(hite), Overseer, Real Estate Value $6,280, Personal Estate Value $3,150, Born in GA
Sarah J. Wells, 28 yrs old (DOB 1832), F, W, Born in GA (sic)
Bettie Wells, 11 yrs old (DOB 1849), F, W, born in AL
Caroline B. Wells, 8 yrs old (DOB 1852), F, W, Born in AL
Margaret Wells, 6 yrs old (DOB 1854), F, W, Born in AL
William Wells, 4 yrs old (DOB 1856), M, W, Born in AL
Ptolemy L. Wells, 1 yr old (DOB 1859), M, W, Born in AR
Ann E. Gilbert, 55 yrs old (DOB 1805), F, W, Born in SC

Arkansas, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1819-1870
Name: Harrel Wells
State: AR
County: Ashley County
Township: Union Twp
Year: 1860
Record Type: Slave Schedule
Page: 053
Database: AR 1860 Slave Schedule

This 1870 U.S. Census is probably Harrell Wells and Sarah Jane Gilbert Wells and family living in Ashley County, AR (same as in 1860 and 1880). BUT notice the race is listed as "B" for Black. I have transcribed this as it is on the original form. Although "Harris Wells", Black man, could be a different man and family, I tend to think this is Harrell Wells and family because look at the Real Estate Value and Personal Estate Value, where they were born (Georgia), and they can both read and write with the children attending school. The other families on this sheet are also listed as "B" for Black. But, then the Wells children are listed as "W" for White (except for Margret Wells who is listed as "M" for Mulatto which is half Black and half White). There is no Ptolemy Wells (a very distinctive name) born about 1859. But there is a Harris Wells born about 1860. Could be Ptolemy Harris Wells? Anyway, judge for yourself.

1870 U.S. Census of Portland, Ashley, Arkansas; Roll: M593_47; Page: 202B; Family History Library Film: 545546, Lines 6-16, "Haris Wells" (sic)
Haris Wells, 52 yrs old (DOB 1818), M(ale), B(lack), Farmer, Real Estate Value $60,000, Personal Estate Value $50,000, Born in GA
Sarah Wells, 42 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, B, Keeping house, Born in GA
Margret Wells, 15 yrs old (DOB 1855), F, M(ulatto), At home, Born in AL, Attends school
William Wells, 13 yrs old (DOB 1857), M, W(hite), Farm Labr, Born in AL, Attends school
Harris Wells, 10 yrs old (DOB 1860), M, W, Farm Labr, Born in AR, Attends school
Thomas Wells, 8 yrs old (DOB 1862), M, W, Attending School, Born in AR
Julia Wells, 6 yrs old (DOB 1864), F, W, Attending School, Born in AR
Sinthy Wells, 31 yrs old (DOB 1839), F, W, Housekeeper, Real Estate Value $3,000, Born in AL
Nancie Wells, 11 yrs old (DOB 1859), F, W, Attending School, Born in AR
Lewis Wells, 8 yrs old (DOB 1862), M, W, Attending School, Born in AR
Thomas Wells, 7 yrs old (DOB 1863), M, W, Attending School, Born in AR

1880 U.S. Census of Portland, Ashley County, Arkansas; Roll: 38; Family History Film: 1254038; Page: 145A; Enumeration District: 010, Lines 43-47, "Harrel Wells"
Harrel Wells, W(hite), M(ale), 57 yrs old (DOB 1823), Head, Married, Farmer, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Sarah J. Wells, W, F, 53 yrs old (DOB 1827), Wife, Married, Keeping house, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Polmy Wells (sic), W, M, 20 yrs old (DOB 1860), Son, Single, Laborer, Born in AR, Both parents born in GA
James Hinkston, W, M, 9 yrs old (DOB 1871), Grandson, Single, Born in AR, Father born in Miss, Mother born in AR
Sally Hinkston, W, F, 8 yrs old (DOB 1872), Granddaughter, Single, Born in AR, Father born in Miss, Mother born in AR

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Sarah Jane Gilbert Wells
BIRTH 20 Dec 1827
DEATH 6 Jan 1885
BURIAL Portland Cemetery Portland, Ashley County, Arkansas, USA
MEMORIAL ID 30086288
Family Members
Spouse:
Harrell Wells 1822–1894
Children:
William Harrell Wells 1857–1934

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Harrell Wells
BIRTH 12 May 1822
DEATH 30 Nov 1894
BURIAL Portland Cemetery Portland, Ashley County, Arkansas, USA
MEMORIAL ID 30086276


5) Amos S. Gilbert (DOB 1/6/1829 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 4/14/1858 in Spartanburg County, SC)

1850 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 193B; Image: 392, Lines 14-21, "G. Gilber" (sic)
G. Gilber, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,500, Born in SC
Lucinda Gilber, 48 yrs old (DOB 1802), F, W, Born in SC
Amos Gilber, 21 yrs old (DOB 1829), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Jane Gilber, 22 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, W, Born in SC
T.J. Gilber, 19 yrs old (DOB 1831), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Charlotte Gilber, 18 yrs old (DOB 1832), F, W, Born in SC
Henry Gilber, 13 yrs old (DOB 1837), M, W, Born in SC
John Camp, 5 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Born in SC
Next door:
Balaam Gilbert, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798) and Nilly Gilbert, 45 yrs old (DOB 1805)

1850 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 193B; Image: 392, Lines 14-21, "G. Gilber" (sic)
G. Gilber, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,500, Born in SC Lucinda Gilber, 48 yrs old (DOB 1802), F, W, Born in SC
Amos Gilber, 21 yrs old (DOB 1829), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Jane Gilber, 22 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, W, Born in SC
T.J. Gilber, 19 yrs old (DOB 1831), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Charlotte Gilber, 18 yrs old (DOB 1832), F, W, Born in SC
Henry Gilber, 13 yrs old (DOB 1837), M, W, Born in SC
John Camp, 5 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Born in SC Next door:
Balaam Gilbert, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798) and Nilly Gilbert, 45 yrs old (DOB 1805)

South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980
Administration and Guardian Bond Book, 1856-1918; Committee and Guardian Bonds, 1876-1900, 1904-1905
Name Amos Gilbert
Probate Date 16 Aug 1858
Probate Place Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
Inferred Death Year Abt 1858
Inferred Death Place South Carolina, USA
Handwritten Pg 54
State of South Carolina
Spartanburg District
Know All Men By These Presents
That we, George G. Gilbert, William Parris and John H. Cooley
are holden firmly bound unto Jno. Earle Bomar, Esquire, Ordinary for the District of Spartanburg in the full and just sum of Twenty four Hundred Dollars lawful money of this State, to be paid to the said Jno. Earle Bomar or his successors, Ordinaries of this District, or their certain Attorney or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and every of us, our and every of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, for the whole, and in the whole, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
Sealed with our seals, and dated the Sixteenth day of August in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight.
The Condition of the above Obligation is such, that if the above bound George G. Gilbert Administrator of the goods, chattels and credits of Amos Gilbert deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession or knowledge of the said George G. Gilbert or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the said Court of Ordinary, when he shall be thereunto required, and such goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law, and do make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein, when required by the said Court, and all the rest of the said goods, chattels and credits which shall be found remaining upon the account of the said administration, the same being first allowed by the said Court, shall deliver and pay unto such persons respectively as are entitled to the same by law; and if it shall hereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by the said deceased, and the same be proved in Court, and the Executors obtain a certificate of the probate thereof, and the said George G. Gilbert do in such case, if required, render and deliver up the said Letters of Administration, then this obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force.

Sealed and delivered in presence of
Geo W. H. Legg

George G. Gilbert
John H. Cooley
William Parris


6) Thomas J. Gilbert (DOB 2/19/1831 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 6/16/1858 in Spartanburg County, SC)

1850 U.S. Census of Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 193B; Image: 392, Lines 14-21, "G. Gilber" (sic)
G. Gilber, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,500, Born in SC Lucinda Gilber, 48 yrs old (DOB 1802), F, W, Born in SC
Amos Gilber, 21 yrs old (DOB 1829), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Jane Gilber, 22 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, W, Born in SC
T.J. Gilber, 19 yrs old (DOB 1831), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Charlotte Gilber, 18 yrs old (DOB 1832), F, W, Born in SC
Henry Gilber, 13 yrs old (DOB 1837), M, W, Born in SC
John Camp, 5 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Born in SC Next door:
Balaam Gilbert, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798) and Nilly Gilbert, 45 yrs old (DOB 1805)

South Carolina, Wills and Probate Records, 1670-1980
Administration and Guardian Bond Book, 1856-1918; Committee and Guardian Bonds, 1876-1900, 1904-1905
Name Thomas Gilbert
Probate Date 13 Sep 1858
Probate Place Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
Inferred Death Year Abt 1858
Inferred Death Place South Carolina, USA
Handwritten Pg 59
State of South Carolina
Spartanburg District
Know All Men By These Presents
That we, Woodson Burnett, Jefferson Burnett and William Brannon
are holden firmly bound unto Jno. Earle Bomar, Esquire, Ordinary for the District of Spartanburg in the full and just sum of Six Hundred Dollars lawful money of this State, to be paid to the said Jno. Earle Bomar or his successors, Ordinaries of this District, or their certain Attorney or assigns. To which payment well and truly to be made, we bind ourselves, and every of us, our and every of our Heirs, Executors and Administrators, for the whole, and in the whole, jointly and severally, firmly by these presents.
Sealed with our seals, and dated the Thirtieth day of September in the year of our Lord, one thousand eight hundred and fifty eight.
The Condition of the above Obligation is such, that if the above bound Woodson BurnettAdministrator of the goods, chattels and credits of Thomas Gilbert deceased, do make a true and perfect inventory of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, possession or knowledge of the said Woodson Burnett or into the hands or possession of any other person or persons, for him and the same so made, do exhibit into the said Court of Ordinary, when he shall be thereunto required, and such goods, chattels and credits, do well and truly administer according to law, and do make a just and true account of his actings and doings therein, when required by the said Court, and all the rest of the said goods, chattels and credits which shall be found remaining upon the account of the said administration, the same being first allowed by the said Court, shall deliver and pay unto such persons respectively as are entitled to the same by law; and if it shall hereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by the said deceased, and the same be proved in Court, and the Executors obtain a certificate of the probate thereof, and the said Woodson Burnett do in such case, if required, render and deliver up the said Letters of Administration, then this obligation to be void, or else to remain in full force.

Sealed and delivered in presence of
Jesse B. Blanton

Woodson Burnett
William Brannon
Jefferson Burnett


7) Charlotte Gilbert (DOB 10/3/1833 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 6/15/1875 in Spartanburg County, SC) married William Theodore Powell (DOB About 1831 in SC; DOD About 1863 in ? ). They had Zelie Hesentine Powell (John Henry Chapman), George Calhoun Powell, James Henry Thompson Powell (Mahala Talulah Thompson), Evelyn Ardrilla Powell (aka Evaline Ardrilla Powell) (Benjamin Clyde Thomason), Esborn Durant Ashmore Powell (Mary Jane Henderson), William Joseph Powell (Elizabeth "Eliza" Jane Crocker), Emily Elizine Powell (McCagga Barnett Smith, Jr.)

1850 U.S. Census ofSpartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 193B; Image: 392, Lines 14-21, "G. Gilber" (sic)
G. Gilber, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,500, Born in SC Lucinda Gilber, 48 yrs old (DOB 1802), F, W, Born in SC
Amos Gilber, 21 yrs old (DOB 1829), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Jane Gilber, 22 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, W, Born in SC
T.J. Gilber, 19 yrs old (DOB 1831), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Charlotte Gilber, 18 yrs old (DOB 1832), F, W, Born in SC
Henry Gilber,13 yrs old (DOB 1837), M, W, Born in SC
John Camp, 5 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Born in SC Next door:
Balaam Gilbert, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798) and Nilly Gilbert, 45 yrs old (DOB 1805)

1860 U.S. Census of Northern Division, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1226; Page: 234; Family History Library Film: 805226, Lines 24-31, "W.T. Powell"
W.T. Powell, 29 yrs old (DOB 1831), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $400, Personal Estate Value $150, Born in SC
Chawlotte Powell (sic), 26 yrs old (DOB 1834), F, W, Born in SC
Hessentine Powell (sic), 9 yrs old (DOB 1851), F, W, Born in SC
Geo Calhoun Powell, 7 yrs old (DOB 1853), M, W, Born in SC
James Powell, 5 yrs old (ODB 1855), M, W, Born in SC
Ardrilla Powell, 3 yrs old (DOB 1857), F, W, Born in SC
Nameless Powell (sic), 7/12 mos old (DOB 1859), M, W, Born in SC
Vincent Kimbrell, 65 yrs old (DOB 1795), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
William Theodore Powell
BIRTH 1831
DEATH 1863
BURIAL Cherokee Springs Baptist Church Cemetery Cherokee Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 15667357
Family Members
Spouse:
Charlottie Gilbert Powell 1833–1875
Children:
James Henry Thompson Powell 1855–1935
Esborn Durant Ashmore Powell 1859–1940
William Joseph Powell 1862–1941
Emily Elizime Powell Smith 1864–1940

1870 U.S. Census of Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1508; Page: 590B; Family History Library Film: 553007, Lines 30-35, "Charlotte Powell"
Charlotte Powell, 36 yrs old (DOB 1834), F(emale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $300, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
James Powell, 14 yrs old (DOB 1856), M, W, Farm Labor, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
Eveline Powell, 12 yrs old (DOB 1858), F, W, At home, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
Jurant Powell, 9 yrs old (DOB 1861), M, W, At home, Born in SC
Joseph Powell, 7 yrs old (DOB 1863), M, W, At home, Born in SC
Emily Powell, 6 yrs old (DOB 1864), M, W, At home, Born in SC

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Charlottie Gilbert Powell
BIRTH 3 Oct 1833
DEATH 14 Jun 1875
BURIAL Cherokee Springs Baptist Church Cemetery Cherokee Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 15667316
Family Members
Parents:
George Gibson Gilbert 1798–1869
Lucinda Cooley Gilbert 1802–1858
Spouse:
William Theodore Powell 1831–1863
Siblings:
Perry Duncan Gilbert 1821–1858
Amos S. Gilbert 1829–1858
Henry Gilbert 1837 – unknown
Half Siblings:
Cedee Ann Gilbert Nichols 1861–1886
George G. Gilbert 1862–1953
Children:
James Henry Thompson Powell 1855–1935
Esborn Durant Ashmore Powell 1859–1940
William Joseph Powell 1862–1941
Emily Elizime Powell Smith 1864–1940


8) Henry E. Gilbert (DOB 12/6/1837 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD ? in Spartanburg County, SC) married Sarah Carney Camp (DOB About 1839 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD After 1870 in SC). They had Dixie Gilbert and Avaline Gilbert.

1850 U.S. Census ofSpartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_858; Page: 193B; Image: 392, Lines 14-21, "G. Gilber" (sic)
G. Gilber, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $1,500, Born in SC Lucinda Gilber, 48 yrs old (DOB 1802), F, W, Born in SC
Amos Gilber, 21 yrs old (DOB 1829), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Jane Gilber, 22 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, W, Born in SC
T.J. Gilber, 19 yrs old (DOB 1831), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Charlotte Gilber, 18 yrs old (DOB 1832), F, W, Born in SC
Henry Gilber,13 yrs old (DOB 1837), M, W, Born in SC
John Camp, 5 yrs old (DOB 1845), M, W, Born in SC Next door:
Balaam Gilbert, 52 yrs old (DOB 1798) and Nilly Gilbert, 45 yrs old (DOB 1805)

1860 U.S. Census of Northern Division, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1226; Page: 235; Family History Library Film: 805226, Lines 33-34, "Henry Gilbert"
Henry Gilbert, 22 yrs old (DOB 1838), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $390, Personal Estate Value $325, born in SC, Cannot read or write
Carney Gilbert, 20 yrs old (DOB 1840), F, W, Born in SC, Cannot read or write

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Henry Gilbert
BIRTH 6 Dec 1837 Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
DEATH 13 Sep USA
BURIAL Unknown
MEMORIAL ID 152623403
Parents:
George Gibson Gilbert 1798–1869
Lucinda Cooley Gilbert 1802–1858
Spouse:
Carney Camp Gilbert 1839 – unknown
Siblings:
Perry Duncan Gilbert 1821–1858
Amos S. Gilbert 1829–1858
Charlottie Gilbert Powell 1833–1875
Half Siblings:
Cedee Ann Gilbert Nichols 1861–1886
George G. Gilbert 1862–1953

1870 U.S. Census of Beech Springs, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1508; Page: 338A; Family History Library Film: 553007, Lines 11-15, "John Camp"
John Camp, 26 yrs old (DOB 1844), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $0, Personal Estate Value $100, Born in SC
Margret Camp, 25 yrs old (DOB 1845), F, W, Keep house, Born in SC
Isam Camp, 2 yrs old (DOB 1868), M, W, Born in SC
James Camp, 1 yr old (DOB 1869), M, W, Born in SC
Sarah Golbert (sic), 26 yrs old (DOB 1844), F, W, At home, Born in SC

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Carney Camp Gilbert
BIRTH 1839 Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
DEATH unknown South Carolina, USA
BURIAL Unknown
MEMORIAL ID 149732468
Family Members
Parents:
William Willis Camp 1813 – unknown
Mathilda Margaret Cooley Camp 1810–1843
Spouse:
Henry Gilbert 1837 – unknown
Siblings:
John Thomas Camp 1843–1889


Lucinda Cooley died 7/15/1852 in Spartanburg County, SC.

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Lucinda Cooley Gilbert
BIRTH 20 May 1802 Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
DEATH 15 Jul 1858 Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
BURIAL Cooley Springs Baptist Church Cemetery Cooley Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 65154725
Family Members
Parents:
Pinkney Edmond Cooley 1773–1851
Charlotte Speace Cooley 1781–1849
Spouse:
George Gibson Gilbert 1798–1869
Siblings:
Thomas Jefferson Cooley 1806–1868
Mathilda Margaret Cooley Camp 1810–1843
John Hamilton Cooley 1811–1861
Adaline Cooley McMillin 1828–1882
Children:
Perry Duncan Gilbert 1821–1858
Amos S. Gilbert 1829–1858
Charlottie Gilbert Powell 1833–1875
Henry Gilbert 1837 – unknown

Selected U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880
Census Year: 1850; Census Place: Spartanburg, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD260; Roll: 2; Page: 585; Line: 20; Schedule Type: Agriculture
Name: G Gilbert
Enumeration Date: 28 Sep 1850
Place: Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
Schedule Type: Agriculture
OS Page: 585
Line Number: 20

Selected U.S. Federal Census Non-Population Schedules, 1850-1880
Census Year: 1860; Census Place: Northern Division, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Archive Collection Number: AD262; Roll: 4; Page: 33; Line: 11; Schedule Type: Agriculture
Name: Geo Gilbert
Enumeration Date: Aug 1860
Place: Northern Division, Spartanburg, South Carolina, USA
Schedule Type: Agriculture
OS Page: 33
Line Number: 11

South Carolina, Compiled Census and Census Substitutes Index, 1790-1890
Name: George Gilbert
State: SC
County: Spartanburg District
Township: Northern Division
Year: 1860
Record Type: Slave schedule
Page: 169
Database: SC 1860 Slave Schedule


George Gibson Gilbert, Sr. then married 2nd wife Nancy Jane Cartee.

1860 U.S. Census of Northern Division, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M653_1226; Page: 273; Family History Library Film: 805226, Lines 31-33, "George Gilbert"
George Gilbert, 61 yrs old (DOB 1799), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $2,000, Personal Estate Value $1,700, Born in SC
Nancy Gilbert, 32 yrs old (DOB 1828), F, W, Born in SC
John Camp, 16 yrs old (DOB 1844), M, W, Born in SC

They had 2 children:

1) Cee Dee Ann Gilbert (aka Cynthia Ann Gilbert) (DOB 3/26/1861 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 1/13/1886 in Spartanburg County, SC) married John Thomas "Tom" Nichols (DOB About 1864 in SC; DOD After 1920 in Spartanburg County, SC). They had Frances Callie Nichols (DOB 11/21/1885 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 1/20/1965 in Spartanburg, Spartanburg County, SC).

1870 U.S. Census of Campobello, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: M593_1508; Page: 372A; Family History Library Film: 553007, Lines 33-38, "Perry D. Cartee"
Perry D. Cartee, 25 yrs old (DOB 1845), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $0, Born in SC, Cannot read or write
Jane Cartee, 30 yrs old (DOB 1840), F, W, Keeping house, Born in SC
James H. Cartee, 3 yrs old (DOB 1867), M, W, At home, Born in SC
Thomas L. Cartee, 2 yrs old (DOB 1868), M, W, At home, Born in SC
Columbus Cartee, 3/12 mos old (DOB 1869), M, W, At home, Born in SC
Ann Gilbert, 9 yrs old (DOB 1861), F, W, At home, Born in SC


2) George Gibson Gilbert, Jr. (DOB 5/21/1862 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 12/24/1953 in Spartanburg County, SC) married Nancy Margaret Smith (DOB 5/14/1862 in Spartanburg County, SC; DOD 4/3/1929 in Spartanburg County, SC). They had Etta Ann Gilbert (Doctor Joe Jolly), Mary Elizabeth Gilbert (James "Dean" Robert Robbins), William Sidney Gilbert (Annie Manley), Thomas Leander Gilbert (Mabel Robbins, aka Maybelle Robbins), John Robert Gilbert (Osceola Elizabeth Adams), Corrie Lillian Gilbert (Albert Painter), Twins Clayton and Clarence Gilbert (died in infancy), Louether Gilbert (died as child)

1880 U.S. Census of Cherokee, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: 1240; Family History Film: 1255240; Page: 156B; Enumeration District: 140, Lines 16-18, "Caleb Cartee"
Caleb Cartee, W(hite), M(ale), 67 yrs old (DOB 1813), Head, Married, Couldn't work last 12 months due to Rheumatism, Disabled, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Mary Cartee, W, F, 46 (DOB 1834), Wife, Married, Keeping house, Cannot read or write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
George Gilbert, W, M, 17 yrs old (DOB 1863), Grandson, Single, Farm labor, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1900 U.S. Census of Campobello, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: 1541; Page: 20A; Enumeration District: 0083; FHL microfilm: 1241541, Lines 35-44, "George Gilbert"
George Gilbert, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born May, 1862, 38, Married 16 yrs (DOM 1884), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer, Can read and write, Owns farm free of mortgage
Nancy Gilbert, Wife, W, F, Born May, 1862, 38 yrs old, Married 16 yrs, 9 children with 8 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write
Etta Gilbert, Daughter, W, F, Born Jan, 1885, 15 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Mary Gilbert, Daughter, W, F, Born June, 1887, 12 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Sidney Gilbert, Son, W, , Born June, 1888, 11 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Thomas Gilbert, Son, W, M, Born Jan, 1890, 10 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Robert Gilbert, Son, W, M, Born Mar, 1891, 9 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Corrie Gilbert, Daughter, W, F, Born Aug, 1896, 3 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Clarence Gilbert, Son, W, M, Born May, 1900, 0/12 mos old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Clayton Gilbert, Son, W, M, Born May, 1900, 0/12 mos old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1910 U.S. Census of Campobello, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: T624_1472; Page: 29A; Enumeration District: 0074; FHL microfilm: 1375485, Lines 39-44, "George Gilbert"
George Gilbert, Head, M(ale), W(hite), 47 yrs old (DOB 1863), 1st Marriage, Married 26 yrs, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer, Can read and write, Owns farm with mortgage
Nancy Gilbert, Wife, F, W, 47 yrs old (DOB 1863), 1st Marriage, Married 26 yrs, 9 children with 6 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Cannot read or write
Thomas Gilbert, Son, M, W, 17 yrs old (DOB 1893), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Laborer
Robt Gilbert, Son, M, W, 15 yrs old (DOB 1895), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Laborer
Corrie Gilbert, Daughter, F, W, 12 yrs old (DOB 1898), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Laborer
Louether Gilbert, Daughter, F, W, 3 yrs old (DOB 1907), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1920 U.S. Census of Campobello, Spartanburg, South Carolina; Roll: T625_1710; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 82; Image: 446, Line 100 next page Lines , "George Gilbert"
George Gilbert, Head, Owns farm, M(ale), W(hite), 56 yrs old (DOB 1864), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Nancy Gilbert, Wife, F, W, 56 yrs old (DOB 1864), Married, Cannot read or write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Carry Lily Gilbert (sic, Corrie Lillian Gilbert) Daughter, F, W, 22 yrs old (DOB 1898), Single, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1930 U.S. Census of Campobello, Spartanburg County, South Carolina; Roll: 2213; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0018; FHL microfilm: 2341947, Line 8, "George T. Gilbert" (sic)
George T. Gilbert, Head, Owns home valued at $3,010, M(ale), W(hite), 67 yrs old (DOB 1863), Widowed, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

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George G. Gilbert
BIRTH 20 May 1862
DEATH 24 Dec 1953
BURIAL Cooley Springs Baptist Church Cemetery Cooley Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 103668553
Family Members
Parents:
George Gibson Gilbert 1798–1869
Spouse:
Nancy Margaret Smith Gilbert 1862–1926
Siblings:
Perry Duncan Gilbert 1821–1858
Amos S. Gilbert 1829–1858
Charlottie Gilbert Powell 1833–1875
Henry Gilbert 1837 – unknown
Cedee Ann Gilbert Nichols 1861–1886
Children:
Etta Ann Gilbert Jolley 1885–1902
Mary Elizabeth Gilbert Robbins 1887–1969
William Sidney Gilbert 1889–1950
Thomas L Gilbert 1892–1974
John Robert Gilbert 1894–1987
Corrie Lillian Gilbert Painter 1897–1961
Twin Babies Gilbert 1900 – unknown
Luethere Gilbert 1906–1912

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Nancy Margaret Smith Gilbert
BIRTH 14 May 1862
DEATH 3 Apr 1926
BURIAL Cooley Springs Baptist Church Cemetery Cooley Springs, Spartanburg County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 103668667
Family Members
Spouse:
George G. Gilbert 1862–1953
Children:
Etta Ann Gilbert Jolley 1885–1902
Mary Elizabeth Gilbert Robbins 1887–1969
William Sidney Gilbert 1889–1950
Thomas L Gilbert 1892–1974
John Robert Gilbert 1894–1987
Corrie Lillian Gilbert Painter 1897–1961
Twin Babies Gilbert 1900 – unknown
Luethere Gilbert 1906–1912



Now we leave the Gilbert family and go back to the Cartee family. Let's look at Stephen Slaton Cartee. He was born 1/17/1835 in Anderson County, SC to Caleb Cartee and Elizabeth Yorke Slaton. He married his first wife, Malinda Kelly (DOB About 1837 in SC).

1850 U.S. Census of Eastern Subdivision, Anderson County, South Carolina; Roll: M432_848; Page: 289B; Image: 585, Lines 32-38, "Caleb Carter" (sic)
Caleb Carter, 60 yrs old (DOB 1790), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $3,000, Born in VA
Elizabeth Carter, 50 yrs old (DOB 1800), F, W, Born in SC
James Carter, 22 yrs old (DOB 1838), M, W, Student, Born in SC
Thomas S. Carter, 18 yrs old (DOB 1832), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Stephen S. Carter, 16 yrs old (DOB 1834), M, W, Farmer, Born in SC
Frances J. Carter, 11 yrs old (DOB 1839), F, W, Born in SC
Nancy L. Carter, 9 yrs old (DOB 1841), F, W, Born in SC

1860 U.S. Census of Division 2, De Kalb, Alabama; Roll: M653_9; Page: 113; Family History Library Film: 803009, Lines 26-29, "Stephen Cartee"
Stephen Cartee, 24 yrs old (DOB 1836), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $0, Personal Estate Value $100, Born in SC
Malinda Cartee, 24 yrs old (DOB 1836), F, W, Born in SC
Sarah E. Cartee, 3 yrs old (DOB 1857), F, W, Born in SC
John Cartee, 2/12 mos old (DOB 1860), M, W, Born in AL

1880 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1238; Family History Film: 1255238; Page: 142A; Enumeration District: 135, Lines 33-38, "Stephen S. Carte" (sic)
Stephen S. Carte, W(hite), M(ale), 47 yrs old (1833), Head, Married, Farmer, Cannot read or write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Malinda Carte, W, F, 44 yrs old (DOB 1836), Wife, Married, Housekeeper, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Faro Carte (sic), W, M, 13 yrs old (DOB 1867), Son, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Anna Carte, W, F, 12 yrs old (DOB 1868), Daughter, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
George Carte, W, M, 9 yrs old (DOB 1871), Son, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Walker Carte, W, M, 6 yrs old (DOB 1874), Son, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1900 U.S. Census of Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina; Roll: 1529; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 0029; FHL microfilm: 1241529, Lines 98-100, "Stephen S. Carter" (sic)
Stephen S. Carter, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born Nov, 1836, 65 yrs old, Married 4 yrs (DOM 1896), Born in SC, Father born in VA, Mother born in SC, Carpenter, Can read and write, Rents house
Clency L. Carter (sic), W, F, Born May, 1871, 29 yrs old, Married 4 yrs, 1 child with 1 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC Cotton mill reeler, Cannot read or write
Maud L. Carter, Daughter, W, F, Born June, 1897, 2 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC


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Malinda Kelly Cartee
Inscription: w/o S.S. Cartee Aged 58y
BIRTH 1837
DEATH 2 Nov 1895
BURIAL Rose Hill Cemetery Piedmont, Greenville County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 10503676
Spouse:
Stephen Slayton Cartee 1835–1910
Children:
Pharoah Clayton Cartee 1866–1933
Anna Susan Cartee Day 1869–1889
George Robinson Cartee 1871–1939
Erastus Walker Cartee 1873–1945



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Stephen Slayton Cartee
BIRTH 17 Jan 1835
DEATH 17 Jan 1910
BURIAL Rose Hill Cemetery Piedmont, Greenville County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 12811204
Family Members
Spouses:
Malinda Kelly Cartee 1837–1895
Clarsey L. Levi Cartee 1870–1948
Children:
Pharoah Clayton Cartee 1866–1933
Anna Susan Cartee Day 1869–1889
George Robinson Cartee 1871–1939
Erastus Walker Cartee 1873–1945
Maude L. Cartee Aiken 1897–1935




They had 6 children:

1) Sarah Cartee (DOB 10/3/1856 in SC; DOD 1/19/1897 in Greenville County, SC) married William T. Rowland (DOB About 1858 in GA; DOD 3/29/1935 in Anderson, Anderson County, SC).

1860 U.S. Census of Division 2, De Kalb County, Alabama; Roll: M653_9; Page: 113; Family History Library Film: 803009, Lines 26-29, "Stephen Cartee"
Stephen Cartee, 24 yrs old (DOB 1836), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $0, Personal Estate Value $100, Born in SC
Malinda Cartee, 24 yrs old (DOB 1836), F, W, born in SC
Sarah E. Cartee, 3 yrs old (DOB 1857), F, W, born in SC
John Cartee, 2/12 mos old (DOB 1860), M, W, Born in AL

1880 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1238; Family History Film: 1255238; Page: 142A; Enumeration District: 135, Lines 43-45, "William T. Roland" (sic)
William T. Roland, W(hite), M(ale), 22 yrs old (DOB 1858), Head, Married, Farmer, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Sarah E. Roland, W, F, 21 yrs old (DOB 1859), Wife, Married, Housekeeper, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Wade H. Roland, W, M, 3 yrs old (DOB 1877), Son, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
James W. Roland, W, M, 10/12 mos old (DOB 1879), Son, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

Sarah Cartee Rowland's obituary
Sarah E. Rowland, wife of W.T. Rowland, died at Piedmont, January 19th. She was about 35 years of age and leaves a husband and three children and many relatives and friends in this county (where they lived many years,) to mourn her death.

1900 U.S. Census of Alford, Hart County, Georgia; Roll: 204; Page: 11A; Enumeration District: 0053; FHL microfilm: 1240204, Lines 31-40, "W.M. Rowland" (sic)
W.M. Rowland, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born Jan, 1859, 41 yrs old, Married 3 years (DOM 1897), Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Farmer, Can read and write, Rents farm
Mollie Rowland, Wife, W, F, Born Sep, 1870, 29 yrs old, Married 3 yrs, 2 children with 2 still living, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Charlie Rowland, Son, W, M, born Jan, 1882, 18 yrs old, Single, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Farm laborer
George Rowland, Son, W, M, Born Dec, 1883, 16 yrs old, Single, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Farm laborer
Isham Rowland (sic), Son, W, M, Born Oct, 1885, 14 yrs old, Single, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Farm laborer
Louise Rowland, Daughter, W, F, Born Oct, 1889, 10 yrs old, Single, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Buttler Rowland (sic), Son, W, M, Born Sept 1891, 8 yrs old, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Grover Rowland, Son, W, M, Born Oct, 1894, 5 yrs old, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Lessie Rowland, Daughter, W, F, Born Nov, 1898, 1 yr old, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Susie Rowland, Daughter, W, F, Born May, 1900, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA

1910 U.S. Census of Alford, Hart County, Georgia; Roll: T624_189; Page: 5B; Enumeration District: 0077; FHL microfilm: 1374202, Lines 65-72, "William Rowling" (sic)
William Rowling, Head, M(ale), W(hite), 53 yrs old (DOB 1857), Married 10 yrs (DOM 1900), Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Farmer, Cannot read or write, Rents farm
Mollie Rowling, Wife, F, W, 39 yrs old (DOB 1871), Married 10 yrs, 5 children with 4 still living, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Can read and write
Grover Rowling, Son, M, W, 14 yrs old (DOB 1896), Single, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Liersie Rowling, Daughter, F, W, 12 yrs old (DOB 1898), Single, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Lizzie Rowling, Daughter, F, W, 10 yrs old (DOB 1900), Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Waymon Rowling (sic), Son, M, W, 7 yrs old (DOB 1903), Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Dollie Rowling, Daughter, F, W, 4 yrs old (DOB 1906), Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Mamie Rowling, Daughter, F, W, 1 yr old (DOB 1909), Born in GA, Both parents born in GA

1920 U.S. Census of Alford, Hart County, Georgia; Roll: T625_262; Page: 7B; Enumeration District: 78, Lines 98-100, "William M. Rowland" (sic)
William M. Rowland, Head, Rents, M(ale), W(hite), 61 yrs old (DOB 1859), Married, Cannot read or write, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Farmer
Mallie Rowland (sic), Wife, F, W, 49 yrs old (DOB 1871), Married, Can read and write, Born in GA, Father born in SC, Mother born in GA, Farm laborer
Waman Rowland (sic), Son, M, W, 17 yrs old (DOB 1903), Single, Can read and write, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Farm laborer
Dollie Rowland, Daughter, F, W, 14 yrs old (DOB 1906), Single, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Minnie Rowland, Daughter, F, W, 10 yrs old (DOB 1910), Single, Born in Ga, Both parents born in GA
Emma Rowland, Daughter, F, W, 8 yrs old (DOB 1912), Born in GA, Both parents born in GA

1930 U.S. Census of Harris St, Varennes, Anderson County, South Carolina; Roll: 2186; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 0050; FHL microfilm: 2341920, Lines 86-91, "William Rowland"
William Rowland, Head, Rents for $4, M(ale), W(hite), 64 yrs old (sic, DOB 1866), Married, Cannot read or write, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA
Mollie Rowland, Wife, F, W, 59 yrs old (DOB 1871), Married, Can read and write, Born in GA, Father born in SC, Mother born in GA
Dolly Rowland, Daughter, F, W, 23 yrs old (DOB 1907), Single, Can read and write, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Spinner in cotton mill
Emma Rowland, Daughter, F, W, 19 yrs old (DOB 1909), Single, Can read and write, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Spinner in cotton mill
Mamie Jenkins, Daughter, F, W, 20 yrs old (DOB 1910), Widowed, Can read and write, Born in GA, Both parents born in GA, Spooler in cotton mill
Mildred Jenkins, Granddaughter, F, W, 2 yrs old (DOB 1928), Born in SC, Both parents born in GA

SC Death Certificate #3350, Registration District # (blank), Registered #103, William Roland (sic), DOD 3/23/1935 at 7 Harris St, Anderson, Anderson County, SC
Male, White, Married to Mollie Partain, DOB 1/12/1871 (sic) in Hart County, GA
Occupation: Textile
Father: D.K. (Don't know)
Mother: D.K.
Informant: Mrs. Mollie Roland (Wife), 7 Harris St, Anderson, SC
DOD 3/23/1935 at 3:30am
Cause of death: Angina Pectoris and high blood pressure
Buried: 3/29/1935 at Mt. Zion

William T. Rowland's obituary in The Greenville News, Greenville, SC, 3/29/1935, Pg 8 ANDERSON, Mar. 28. - William T. Rowland, 74, died at 3:30 o'clock this morning at his residence, 7 Harrus Street (sic), after an illness of only a week. Mr. Rowland was a former resident of Hart county, Ga., but had been making his residence in Anderson for the last nine years.
He is survived by his widow and the following sons and daughters: Charles, William, Butler, George, Isom, Grover and Waymon Rowland; Mrs. Ella Gray, Mrs. Lessie Davis, Mrs. Lizzie Rice, Mrs. Dolly Blackwell, Mrs. Mamie Jenkins, and Miss Emma Rowland; one sister, Mrs. Sis Dunn.
Funeral services will be held at 3 o'clock Friday afternoon at Mt. Zion Methodist Church with the Rev. E.C. White officiating. Interment will follow in the adjoining cemetery.

Mollie Partain Rowland died 12/15/1950.

SC Death Certificate #?0-015560, Registration District #3a, Registrar's #437, Mollie P. Rowland, DOD 12/15/1950 in Anderson Memorial Hospital, Anderson, Anderson County, SC
Usual residence: 312 W. Church St, Anderson, Anderson County, SC
Female, White, Widowed, DOB 8/15/1882(sic) in GA, 68 yrs old
Father: (blank), Mother: (blank), Informant: (blank)
DOD 12/15/1950
Cause of death: Carcinoma esophagus after Gastectory sub. total
Buried: 12/17/1950 in Mt Zion Cemetery, Hartwell, Hart County, GA


2) John Cartee (DOB About 1860 in AL; DOD About 1860 in AL)

1860 U.S. Census of Division 2, De Kalb, Alabama; Roll: M653_9; Page: 113; Family History Library Film: 803009, Lines 26-29, "Stephen Cartee"
Stephen Cartee, 24 yrs old (DOB 1836), M(ale), W(hite), Farmer, Real Estate Value $0, Personal Estate Value $100, Born in SC
Malinda Cartee, 24 yrs old (DOB 1836), F, W, Born in SC
Sarah E. Cartee, 3 yrs old (DOB 1857), F, W, Born in SC
John Cartee, 2/12 mos old (DOB 1860), M, W, Born in AL


3) Pharoah Clayton Cartee (DOB 4/4/1866 in SC; DOD 4/22/1933 in Pickens County, SC) married Ella Victoria Thomas (DOB 6/4/1869 in Pickens County, SC to John Martin Thomas and Matilda Jane Smith; DOD 5/9/1947 in Liberty, Pickens County, SC). Both are buried at West View Cemetery, Wilbur St, Easley, Pickens County, SC. They had Leland Walker Cartee, Ralph Walker Cartee, Claude Jerome Cartee, Waco Jennings Cartee, Millie Cartee (aka Mittie Cartee), Eugene Franklin Cartee.

1880 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1238; Family History Film: 1255238; Page: 142A; Enumeration District: 135, Lines 33-38, "Stephen S. Carte" (sic)
Stephen S. Carte, W(hite), M(ale), 47 yrs old (1833), Head, Married, Farmer, Cannot read or write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Malinda Carte, W, F, 44 yrs old (DOB 1836), Wife, Married, Housekeeper, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Faro Carte (sic), W, M, 13 yrs old (DOB 1867), Son, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Anna Carte, W, F, 12 yrs old (DOB 1868), Daughter, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
George Carte, W, M, 9 yrs old (DOB 1871), Son, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Walker Carte, W, M, 6 yrs old (DOB 1874), Son, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1900 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1539; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0116; FHL microfilm: 1241539, Lines 69-75, "Pharis Cartee" (sic)
Pharis Cartee, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born Apr, 1866, 34 yrs old, Married 10 years (DOM 1890), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer, Can read and write, Owns farm with mortgage
Eliza Cartee, Wife, W, F, Born June, 1869, 30 yrs old, Married 10 yrs, 6 children with 5 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm laborer
Leiland Cartee, Son, W, M, Born Sept, 1890, 9 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Father born in NC, Mother born in SC
Ralph Cartee, Son, W, M, Born Feb, 1893, 7 yrs old, Single, Born in SC

1900 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1539; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 0116; FHL microfilm: 1241539, Lines 68-75, "Pharis Carter"
Pharis Cartee, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born Apr, 1866, 34 yrs old, Married 10 yrs (DOM 1890), Born in NC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer, Can read and write, Owns farm with mortgage
Leiland Cartee, Son, W, M, Born Sept, 1890, 34 yrs old, Married 10 yrs (DOM 1890), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC,
Ralph Cartee, Son, W, Born 4,1894, 6 yrs old, Born in SC
Claud Cartee, Son, W, M, Born Apr, 1894, 6 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Waces Cartee (sic), Son, W, M, Born Jun, 1896, 3 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Willie Cartee, Daughter, W, F, Born Aug, 1899, 9/10 mos old, Born in SC

1910 U.S. Census of: Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: T624_1470; Page: 8B; Enumeration District: 0140; FHL microfilm: 1375483, Lines 87-94, "P.C. Cartee"
P.C. Cartee, Head, M(ale), W(hite), 44 yrs old, 1st Marriage, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer, Can read and write, Owns farm with mortgage
Ella V. Cartee, Wife, F, W, 40 yrs old, 1st Marriage, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write
Leland W. Cartee, Son, M, W, 19 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Ralph Cartee, Son, M, W, 18 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Claude, Cartee, Son, M, W, 15 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Waco Cartee, Son, M, W, 13 yrs old (, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Mittie Cartee (sic), Daughter, F, W, 10 yrs old (DOB 1900), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in
Eugene Cartee, Son, M, W, 8 yrs old (DOB 1902), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1920 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: T625_1706; Page: 4B; Enumeration District: 157, Lines 91-93, "Faro C. Carter" (sic)
Faro C. Carter, Head, Owns farm, M(ale), W(hite), 53 yrs old (DOB 1867), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, No occupation
Victoria L. Carter (sic), Wife, F, W, 50 yrs old (DOB 1870), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Eugene F. Carter, Son, M, W, 18 yrs old (DOB 1902), Single, Attends school, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1930 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 2209; Page: 9A; Enumeration District: 0009; FHL microfilm: 2341943, Lines 21-22, "Pharoah Cartee"
Pharoah Cartee, Head, Owns home valued at $1,500, Owns a radio set, M(ale), W(hite), 63 yrs old (DOB 1867), Married at age 23 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, No occupation
Ella V. Cartee, Wife, F, W, 60 yrs old (DOB 1870), Married at age 20 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

SC Death Certificate #18539, Registration District #3705, Registered #32, P.C. Cartee, DOD 4/22/1933 in Liberty, Pickens County, SC
Male, White, Married to Mrs Ella Cartee, DOB (blank) in SC, 67 yrs old
Father: Steve Cartee, born in SC
Mother: Miss Kelly, born in SC
Informant: R.W. Cartee, Liberty, SC
DOD 4/22/1933 at 6:00pm
Cause of death: Angina pectoris, heart failure, contributing factor: Fleshy, big eater
Buried: 4/23/1933 in Liberty, SC

SC Death Certificate #16090, Registration District $3705, Registrar's #15, Ella Thomas Corter (sic), DOD 5/9/1947 in Liberty, Pickens, SC
Female, White, Widowed, Spouse had been P.C. Corter (sic), DOB 6/4/1864 (sic) in S.C., 77 yrs old
Father: J.M. Thomas, born in SC
Mother: Matida Smith (sic), born in SC
Informant: J.C. Cartee, Liberty, SC
DOD 5/9/1947 at 1:45
Cause of death: Cerebral hemorrhage
Buried 5/10/1947 in Liberty, SC


4) Anna Susan Cartee (DOB 8/1870 in SC; DOD 6/1/1889 in Easley, Pickens County, SC) married William Thomas Day (DOB 9/1/1861 in Anderson County, SC to Franklin M. Day and Mary L. Dorr; DOD 7/29/1924 in Pickens County, SC). They had Hosiah Osceola Day, Steve Frank Day, Leila Gertrude Day. William Thomas Day married 2nd wife Tessie Elizabeth Norris (DOB 8/28/1871 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 4/22/1951 in Pickens County, SC). They had John Ellis Day, Elizabeth "Lizzie" Day, Roy Elmo Day, William Clarence Day, Carolyn "Carrie" Josie Day, Henry Alexander Day, Charles Marvin Day, Vernon Columbus Day.

1880 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1238; Family History Film: 1255238; Page: 142A; Enumeration District: 135, Lines 33-38, "Stephen S. Carte" (sic)
Stephen S. Carte, W(hite), M(ale), 47 yrs old (1833), Head, Married, Farmer, Cannot read or write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Malinda Carte, W, F, 44 yrs old (DOB 1836), Wife, Married, Housekeeper, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Faro Carte (sic), W, M, 13 yrs old (DOB 1867), Son, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Anna Carte, W, F, 12 yrs old (DOB 1868), Daughter, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
George Carte, W, M, 9 yrs old (DOB 1871), Son, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Walker Carte, W, M, 6 yrs old (DOB 1874), Son, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Anna Susan Cartee Day
BIRTH 1869 USA
DEATH 1 Jun 1889 Easley, Pickens County, South Carolina, USA
BURIAL Enon Baptist Church & Cemetery, (871 Enon Church Rd, Easley, Pickens County, South Carolina, USA, 29640)
MEMORIAL ID 22845192
Parents:
Stephen Slayton Cartee 1835–1910
Malinda Kelly Cartee 1837–1895
Spouse:
William Thomas Day 1861–1924
Siblings:
Pharoah Clayton Cartee 1866–1933
George Robinson Cartee 1871–1939
Erastus Walker Cartee 1873–1945
Half Siblings:
Maude L. Cartee Aiken 1897–1935
Children:
Osey O. Day 1884–1944
Steve Frank Day 1887–1945
Leila Gertrude Day Clark 1888–1972


William Thomas Day married Tessie Elizabeth Norris in 1889 not long after Anna Cartee died.

1900 U.S. Census of Easley, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1539; Page: 11B; Enumeration District: 0113; FHL microfilm: 1241539, Lines 86-94, "William T. Day"
William T. Day, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born Sept, 1861, 38 yrs old, Married 10 yrs (DOM 1890), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer, Can read and write, Rented farm
Tessia Day, Wife, W, F, Born Aug, 1870, 29 yrs old, Married 10 yrs, 4 children with 4 still living, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write
Osia Day, Son, W, M, Born Jan, 1884, 16 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm laborer
Frank Day, Son, W, M, Born Jan, 1887, 13 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm laborer
Leila G. Day, Daughter, W, F, Born Dec, 1888, 11 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
John E. Day, Son, W, M, Born in Feb, 1892, 8 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Lizzie Day, Daughter, W, F, Born Jan, 1894, 6 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Clarence Day, Son, W, M, Born Jan, 1896, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Carrie Day, Daughter, W, F, Born Jan, 1898, 2 yrs old, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1910 U.S. Census of Dacusville, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: T624_1470; Page: 18A; Enumeration District: 0148; FHL microfilm: 1375483, Lines 40-48, "William T. Day"
William T. Day, Head, M(ale), W(hite), 48 yrs old (DOB 1862), 2nd Marriage, Married 21 yrs (DOM 1889), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer, Can read and write, Owns farm with mortgage
Tesarah E. Day (sic), Wife, F, W, 38 yrs old (DOB 1872), 1st Marriage, Married 21 yrs, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Can read and write
John E. Day, Son, M, W, 18 yrs old (DOB 1892), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm laborer, Can read and write
Elizabeth Day, Daughter, F, W, 16 yrs old (DOB 1894), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm laborer, Attends school
Clarence Day, Son, M, W, 14 yrs old (DOB 1896), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farm laborer, Attends school
Carrie Day, Daughter, F, W, 12 yrs old (DOB 1898), Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Attends school
Henry A. Day, Son, M, W, 9 yrs old (DOB 1901), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Attends school
Charlie M. Day, Son, M, W, 7 yrs old (DOB 1903), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Vernon C. Day, Son, M, W, 4 yrs old (DOB 1906), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

SC Death Certificate #13471, Registration District #3701, Registered #28, William Thomas Day, DOD 7/29/1924 in Dacusville, Pickens County, SC
Male, White, Married, DOB 9/1/1860 in Anderson County, SC, 62 yrs old
Occupation: Farmer
Father: Frank Day, born in SC
Mother: "Don't know", born in SC
Informant: (blank)
DOD 7/29/1924 at 1:00PM
Cause of death: Acute endocarditis
Buried: (blank) (According to Findagrave.com, he is buried at Griffin Baptist Church, 1629 Pumpkintown Hwy, Pickens, Pickens County, SC, 29671)

1930 U.S. Census of Dacusville, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 2209; Page: 10B; Enumeration District: 0024; FHL microfilm: 2341943. Lines 95-100, "John E. Day"
John E. Day, Head, Owns farm, M(ale), W(hite), 38 yrs old (DOB 1892), Married at age 21 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Farmer
Mattie Day, Wife, F, W, 37 yrs old (DOB 1893), Married at age 20 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Bertrand Day, Son, M, W, 17 yrs old (DOB 1913), Single, Attend school, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Louise Day, Daughter, F, W, 11 yrs old (DOB 1919), Single, Attends school, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Weldon Day, Son, M, W, 4 yrs old (DOB 1926), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Tessie Day, Mother, F, W, 62 yrs old (DOB 1868), Widowed, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1940 U.S. Census of Ambler, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: T627_3831; Page: 2B; Enumeration District: 39-50, Line 45, "Tessie Day" (living beside W.C. Day)
Tessie Day, Head, Owns home valued at $300 on farm, F(emale), W(hite), 66 yrs old (DOB 1874), Widowed, Attended school thru 4th grade, Born in SC, Lived in same place in 1935, No occupation, $0 Income

SC Death Certificate #51-0_ _ _ 985 (illegible), Registration District #3706, Registrar's #27, Mrs. Tessie Elizabeth Day, DOD 4/22/1951 in Pickens, Pickens County, SC
Usual residence: Pumpkintown Rd, Pickens, Pickens County, SC
Female, White, Widowed, Spouse was Wm. T. Day, DOB 8/28/1871 in Pickens County, SC, 79 yrs old
Father: Sam Norris, Mother: Sarah Duncan, Informant: John Ellis Day
DOD 4/22/1951 at 10:00am
Cause of death: (illegible but possibly nephritis, chronic)
Buried: 4/23/1951 in Griffin, Pickens County, SC (Griffin Baptist Church, 1629 Pumpkintown Hwy, Pickens, Pickens County, SC, 29671)


5) George Robinson Day (DOB 6/11/1871 in Pickens County, SC; DOD 6/25/1939 in Greenville, Greenville County, SC) married Willie Belle Caldwell (DOB 4/24/1876 in Knoxville, Knox County, TN; DOD 7/1/1964 in SC). They had Ollie Leona Cartee (Willie Earl Turner), Inez Elizabeth Cartee (Homer Duff Gilreath), Frank Dacus Cartee (Julia McCallister), Ruth Cartee (Walter M. Bennefield), Allen Cartee, Guy Cartee, George Ray Cartee (Mary Sarah Gossett), Louie Edward Cartee (Nannie Mae Dill, Ruby Edith Allison).

1880 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1238; Family History Film: 1255238; Page: 142A; Enumeration District: 135, Lines 33-38, "Stephen S. Carte" (sic)
Stephen S. Carte, W(hite), M(ale), 47 yrs old (1833), Head, Married, Farmer, Cannot read or write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Malinda Carte, W, F, 44 yrs old (DOB 1836), Wife, Married, Housekeeper, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Faro Carte (sic), W, M, 13 yrs old (DOB 1867), Son, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Anna Carte, W, F, 12 yrs old (DOB 1868), Daughter, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
George Carte, W, M, 9 yrs old (DOB 1871), Son, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Walker Carte, W, M, 6 yrs old (DOB 1874), Son, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC

1900 U.S. Census of Grove, Greenville County, South Carolina; Roll: 1530; Page: 12B; Enumeration District: 0039; FHL microfilm: 1241530, Lines 71-76, "George Cartee"
George Cartee, Head, W(hite), M(ale), Born June, 1872, 27 yrs old, Married 6 yrs (DOM 1894), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Fireman steam engine, Can read and write, Rents home
Willie Cartee, Wife, W, F, Born Apr, 1876, 24 yrs old, Married 6 yrs, 3 children with 3 still living, Born in TN, Father born in TN, Mother born in NC, Can read and write
Leon Cartee, Daughter, W, F, Born Jun, 1895, 5 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Allen Cartee, Son, M, W, Born Sept, 1897, 2 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Guy Cartee, Son, W, M, Born Sept, 1899, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Ben Greer, Boarder, W, M, Born Aug, 1875, 24 yrs old, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Cotton mill Weaver, Can read and write

1910 U.S. Census of Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina; Roll: T624_1461; Page: 6B; Enumeration District: 0017; FHL microfilm: 1375474, Lines 78-85, "Geo R. Cartee"
Geo. R. Cartee, Head, M(ale), W(hite), 35 yrs old (DOB 1875), 1st Marriage, Married 16 yrs (DOM 1894), Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Contractor home builder, Can read and write, Owns home with mortgage
Willie Cartee, Wife, F, W, 33 yrs old (DOB 1877), 1st Marriage, Married 16 yrs, 6 children with 4 still living, Born in TN, Father born in TN, Mother born in NC, Can read and write
Leona Cartee, Daughter, F, W, 15 yrs old (DOB 1895), Single, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN, Attends school
Inez Cartee, Daughter, F, W, 8 yrs old (DOB 1902), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN, Attends school
Frank Cartee, Son, M, W, 4 yrs old (DOB 1906), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Ruth Cartee, Daughter, F, W, 1 yr old (DOB 1909), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN

1930 U.S. Census of Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina; Roll: 2198; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 0026; FHL microfilm: 2341932, Lines 46-50, "G.R. Cartee"
G.R. Cartee, Head, Owns home valued at $8,000, M(ale), W(hite), 55 yrs old (DOB 1875), Married at age 20 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Carpenter homes
Willie Cartee, Wife, F, W, 52 yrs old (DOB 1878), Married at age 18 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in TN, Father born in TN, Mother born in NC
Ray Cartee, Son, M, W, 13 yrs old (DOB 1917), Single, Attends school, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Louis Cartee, Son, M(ale), W, 11 yrs old (DOB 1919), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Bertie Brown, Roomer, F, W, 45 yrs old, Widowed, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Dish, Hospital Kitchen

1920 U.S. Census of Greenville Ward 1, Greenville County, South Carolina; Roll: T625_1698; Page: 33A; Enumeration District: 24, Lines 1-6, "George R. Cartee"
George R. Cartee, Head, Owns home with mortgage, M(ale),W(hite), 47 yrs old (DOB 1873), Married, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Carpenter house
Millie B. Cartee (sic), Wife, F, W, 43 yrs old (DOB 1877), Married, Can read and write, Born in TN, Father born in TN, Mother born in NC
Frank Cartee, Son, M, W, 13 yrs old (DOB 1907), Single, Attends school, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Ruth Cartee, Daughter, F, W, 10 yrs old (DOB 1910), Single, Attends school, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Ray Cartee, Son, M, W, 3 yrs old (DOB 1917), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN
Louis Cartee, Son, M, W, 1 yr old (DOB 1919), Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in TN

SC Death Certificate #11349, Registration District #22A, Registered #363, George Robinson Cartee, DOD 6/25/1939 in Greenville, Greenville County, SC
Usual residence: 713 Hampton St, Greenville, Greenville County, SC
Male, White, Married to Mrs Willie Cartee, DOB 6/11/1871 in SC, 68 yrs old
Occupation: Carpenter
Father: Stephen S. Cartee, born in SC
Mother: Malinda Kelly, born in SC
Informant: Mrs. George R. Cartee, Greenville, SC
DOD 6/27/1939 at 6:45pm
Cause of death: Cerebral hemorrhage, other contributing factor general arteriosclerosis
Buried: 6/27/1939 in Paris Mountain

SC Death Certificate #64-010545, Registration District #22A, Registrar's #733, Mrs. Willie Caldwell Cartee, DOD 7/1/1964 in 311 Lloyd St, Greenville, Greenville County, SC (at home)
Female, White, Widowed, Spouse was George Robinson Cartee, DOB 4/24/1876 in Knoxville, TN, 88 yrs old
Occupation: Housewife in own home
Father: George Caldwell, Mother: Louise Nickelson, Informant: Mrs. Inez Gilreath, Greenville, SC
DOD 7/1/1964 at 6:05am
Cause of death: Uremia (duration 48 hrs) due to cardiovascular renal disease (duration 1 yr)
Buried: 7/2/1964 in Paris Mt Holiness Cemetery, Greenville County, SC

SC Death Certificate #62-003883, Registration District #2201, Registrar's #13, Frank Dacus Cartee, DOD 2/25/1962 in A-Way Hospital, Traveler's Rest, Greenville County, SC
Usual residence: 116 Mulberry St, Greenville, Greenville County, SC
Male, White, Married to Julia McC. Cartee, DOB 7/25/1906 in Greenville County, SC, 55 yrs old
Occupation: Proprietor of bonding company
Veteran of WWII
Father: George Robinson Cartee, Mother: Willie Bell Caldwell, Informant: Mrs. F.D. Cartee, Greenville, SC
DOD 2/25/1962 at 10:00am
Cause of death: Intractable delirium tremens (duration 18 hrs), obesity and probably heart failure, contributing factor was chronic alcholism
Buried: 2/26/1962 in Graceland Cemetery, Greenville, SC


U.S., Find A Grave Index, 1600s-Current
Ollie Leona Cartee Turner
BIRTH 22 Jan 1895
DEATH 9 May 1957
BURIAL Travelers Rest Cemetery Travelers Rest, Greenville County, South Carolina, USA
MEMORIAL ID 37469743
Family Members
Spouse:
Walter E. Turner 1890–1976


U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name Inez Gilreath
SSN 249-32-****
Last Residence Greenville, 29601, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Born 9 Jul 1902
Died Jun 1967
State (Year) SSN issued South Carolina - Before 1951


U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name Ruth Bennefield
SSN 251-36-****
Last Residence Greenville, 29611, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Born 25 Apr 1909
Died Sep 1975
State (Year) SSN issued South Carolina - Before 1951


U.S., Social Security Death Index, 1935-2014
Name George Cartee
SSN 251-09-****
Born 30 Jan 1917
Died 23 Apr 2002
State (Year) SSN issued South Carolina - Before 1951


U.S., Social Security Applications and Claims Index, 1936-2007
Name: Louie Edward Cartee [Louie E Cartee]
Gender: Male
Race: White
Birth Date: 18 Mar 1919
Birth Place: Greenville, South Carolina
Death Date: 7 Oct 1987
Father: George R Cartee
Mother: Willie Caldwell
SSN: 247129467
Death Certificate Number: 21109
Notes: Jun 1937: Name listed as LOUIE EDWARD CARTEE; 22 May 1998: Name listed as LOUIE E CARTEE


6) Erastus Walker Cartee (DOB 6/24/1873 in Anderson County, SC, DOD 10/29/1945 in Gantt, Greenville County, SC) married Mary Mamie Odom (DOB 3/24/1874 in SC; DOD 11/7/1964 in Greenville County, SC).

1880 U.S. Census of Liberty, Pickens County, South Carolina; Roll: 1238; Family History Film: 1255238; Page: 142A; Enumeration District: 135, Lines 33-38, "Stephen S. Carte" (sic)
Stephen S. Carte, W(hite), M(ale), 47 yrs old (1833), Head, Married, Farmer, Cannot read or write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Malinda Carte, W, F, 44 yrs old (DOB 1836), Wife, Married, Housekeeper, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Faro Carte (sic), W, M, 13 yrs old (DOB 1867), Son, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Anna Carte, W, F, 12 yrs old (DOB 1868), Daughter, Single, Farm Laborer, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
George Carte, W, M, 9 yrs old (DOB 1871), Son, Single, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC
Walker Carte, W, M, 6 yrs old (DOB 1874), Son, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC


1930 U.S. Census of Greenville, Greenville County, South Carolina; Roll: 2199; Page: 3B; Enumeration District: 0042; FHL microfilm: 2341933, Lines 89-90, E. Walker Cartee
E. Walker Cartee, Head, Owns home valued at $3,000, M(ale), W(hite), 56 yrs old (DOB 1874), Married at age 23 yrs old, Can read and write, Born in SC, Both parents born in SC, Carpenter building
Mamie Cartee, Wife, F, W, 56 yrs old (DOB 1874), Married at age 22 yrs old, Born in SC, Father born in SC, Mother born in NC, Can read and write, Carpenter building

SC Death Certificate #15976, Registration District #2207, Register #18, Erastus Walker Cartee, DOD 10/29/1945 in Gantt, Greenville County, SC
Male, White, Married to Mamie Odom Cartee, DOB 6/24/1873 in Anderson County, SC, 72 yrs old
Occupation: Retired farmer
Father: Stephen S. Cartee, born in SC
Mother: Malinda Kelly, born in SC
Informant: Mrs. Mamie O. Cartee, Greenville, SC
DOD 10/29/1945 at 2:30pm
Cause of death: Peptic ulceration due to hyperacidity, other factors were myocarditis, arteriosclerosis and nephritis
Buried: 10/30/1945 in Graceland

SC Death Certificate #64-017328, Registration District #2209A, Registrar's #40, Mamie Odom Cartee, DOD 11/7/1964 in 661 Rutherford Road, Greenville, Greenville County, SC (at home)
Female, White, Widowed, Spouse was Walker Cartee, DOB 3/24/1874 in SC, 90 yrs old
Father: John J. Odom, Mother: Sarah ? , Informant: Mrs. J.H. Sentell, Jr.
DOD 11/7/1964 at 10:00pm
Cause of death: cerebral vascular accident (duration 3 days), due to arteriosclerosis
Buried: 11/9/1964 in Graceland Cemetery, Greenville, SC


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