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Isaac Carter

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Isaac Carter
Born in Cumberland, Cumberland, North Carolina, United States
Son of [father unknown] and [mother unknown]
[sibling(s) unknown]
Husband of — married in Orangeburg, South Carolina, USA
Died in Chatawa, Pike, Mississippi, United States
Last profile change on 17 May 2015
14:20: Allan Thomas posted a message on the page for Isaac Carter. [Thank Allan for this]
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American Revolution | American Revolution Veterans | 7th North Carolina Regiment | Battle of Brandywine Creek | Battle of Germantown | Battle of Monmouth | 1st North Carolina Regiment | Battle of Eutaw Springs | Wounded in Action | NSSAR Patriot Ancestors.

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Isaac Carter was born in Cumberland County, North Carolina. He had no record of his birth, but believed he was born in or near the year 1764. His ancestry is still unknown, although some serious research is being done right now. It was believed that he had a brother named Samuel Carter.

Isaac enlisted with the Army of the United States on February 5, 1777 with Colonel Hogan[1] After seeing action at Brandywine, Germantown, Mommoth, and Valley Forge the army moved south he and was discharged at a place called Lockhart's folly, about thirty miles southeast of Wilmington, North Carolina. After a short time, he reinlisted again as a balloted substitute and served another year. He was wounded in the arm at Eutau Springs. He was discharged near Charleston, South Carolina. To see a transcript of Isaac Carter's Revolutionary War Pension Application, check The Revolutionary War Soldiers section on the Pike County, MS GenWeb Home Page.[2]


Name: Isaac /Carter/[3]


Date: 1764
Place: Cumberland, Cumberland, North Carolina, United States[4]


Date: 24 Mar 1834
Place: Chatawa, Pike, Mississippi, United States[5]


  • The Carter Family by Kim Carter Stewart
  • Source: S-1590069079 Repository: #R-2141739429 Title: U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 Publication: U.S., Sons of the American Revolution Membership Applications, 1889-1970 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Operations, Inc., 2011. APID: 1,2204::0
  • The Carters of Mississippi
  • Mostly Mississippi Database Compiled by Shannon Gorman

56th-77th Annual Reports DAR. Senate documents (United States Congress, Senate). Government Printing Office: Washington, DC. Pension Number: *S8147. < />


Thank you to Michelle Bairfield for creating WikiTree profile Carter-8545 through the import of Strain Family Tree(1).ged on Oct 7, 2013. Click to the Changes page for the details of edits by Michelle and others.

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On May 17, 2015 at 18:20GMT Allan Thomas wrote:

Do you think this might be the same Isaac that served in13th Mississippi Regiment (Nixon's Regiment), Mississippi Territorial Militia with a Marcus Meshak and Moses Carter?

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