The Shelbyville News
Edward E. Carter, 77, Spiceland, relatives in Shelby County, died
Wednesday, Aug. 8, 2001, New Castle.
Thursday, August 9, 2001
Born March 15, 1924, in Greensburg, s/o Earl and Dora Hester
(Walls) Carter. Foster parents were Edna and Clata Delinger.
Married Norma C. “Katie” Bailey, a former Morristown resident.
Other survivors include two sons, Bill Carter of Spiceland and
Steve Carter of New Castle; one daughter, Mrs. Michael (Karen Jane) Smith
of Spiceland; two
daughters-in-law, Rosemary Carter of Spiceland and Brenda Carter
of New Castle;
one brother, Robert Carter of Rushville; one sister, Mrs. Charles (Martha) Scott
of Castleberry*, Fla.; one sister-in-law, Betty Carter of Rushville; 10
grandchildren, Tim Carter, Mrs. Victor (Tamara) Neal, Mrs. Scott (Tracy)
Spurgin, Kenny Carter, Steven Carter Jr., Nicholas J. Carter, Chad Smith, Mrs.
Donnie (Kristen) Lacy, Dustin Smith and Derek Smith; four granddaughters-in-law,
Margie Carter, Dawn Carter, Heather Carter and Angel Smith; 11
great-grandchildren; and two stepgreat-grandchildren.
Preceded in death by one son, Thomas E. Carter; one brother, Russell
Carter; three sisters, Marie Love, Dorothy Farr and
Lois Swain; two half
brothers, Albert Carter and Herchel Carter; seven sisters, Alva Carter, Clona
McCullough, Catherine Brummett, Louise Meador, Viola Feebac, Lillie
U.S. Army veteran of World War II. Employed at
Farm Bureau in Arlington, Western Electric, International Harvester and retired
from Chrysler Corporation in 1979 after 26 years of service.
Attended Spiceland Church of the Nazarene. Member of Knightstown
American Legion and a former member of Raintree Wood Carvers Association.
Hinsey-Brown Funeral Service,
3406 S. Memorial Drive in New Castle with the Revs. Jack Bimber, Allen
Southerland and Gene Bennett officiating.
Burial will be in Asbury Cemetery in Morristown.
Memorial contributions Spiceland Church of the Nazarene
Building Fund in care Hinsey-Brown Funeral Service, 3406 S. Memorial Drive, New
Castle, IN 47362.
* Correct spelling is Casselberry, FL, named for John Casselberry - JK
Summarized by Phyllis Miller Fleming
A Shelby County Newspaper
Mrs. Dortha Carter, seventy-three years old, widow of Joseph Carter died at 6 o'clock this morning at the home of her daughter Mrs. Roy Hysom, in Morristown after an illness of three weeks, due to hardening of the arteries. Her condition had been critical during the past several days and although her death was not entirely unexpected the announcement was received this morning with deepest sorrow by her many friends in the community.
(no date; circa 1924)
MORRISTOWN WOMAN DIED THIS MORNING
Mrs. Dortha Carter Passed Away
at Home of Daughter Mrs. Roy Hysom.
Funeral services will be held at 10 o'clock Wednesday morning at the late home, with the Rev. Oscar Lydy, officiating. Burial will be in the Blue River Chapel cemetery in charge of Carmony Bros., funeral directors.
Mrs. Carter was a daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Wicker, and had spent her entire lifetime in Shelby county. For many years, she had been a devoted member of the Blue River Chapel. Besides the daughter she is survived by one sister, Mrs. John Nigh of Greenfield, two brothers, Thomas Wicker, of this city and George Wicker, north of Morristown and three grandchildren. Two daughters,
Maude and Gertie and a son, Walter, preceded her in death.
Submitted by Anne Ruby
Indiana State Journal
MORRISTOWN, Ind., Feb. 27.-- John Carter, who has for many years been the
leading stock dealer of this locality, died this
morning from heart disease, aged sixty-
seven. He was long prominent in democratic political circles.
March 1, 1899
The Shelby Democrat
Pearly, five-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Carter died at their home in Bengal at 1 a.m., Sept. 29. Interment in St. George cemetery at 1 p.m., Sept. 28. Hageman & Pile, funeral directors.
October 8, 1891
Contributed by Susan Kelley
The Indianapolis News
[Summary] CARTER, Lincoln (colored) (of Shelbyville) / Accidental death of.br>
Contributed by Phyllis Miller Fleming
Indianapolis, Marion County, Indiana
August 4, 1884
Page 2 Column 6
The Daily Republican.
The funeral of Lincoln Carter, the colored
lad who was drowned last week, took place on Saturday afternoon at 5 o’clock
and was largely attended. A
contribution of some ten or twelve dollars was taken up during the day to help
defray expenses and our citizens showed decided sympathy with the bereaved
Monday, July 21, 1884.
Copied by Marcia Stinson
The Shelby Democrat
(Gwynneville, Ind. October 3)
Thursday October 5, 1882
Page 2 column 3
Mrs. Priscilla Carter, wife of James Carter, died very suddenly last Wednesday. She leaves a family of eight children, none of whom are married.
Contributed by Barb Huff for Richard Felts
Rush County, Indiana Marriages
Priscilla Meredith & James F. Carter
November 20, 1859
Book 8 page 395
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