Prior to import, this record was last changed 23 JUL 2004 .
Place: St Bartholomew's Parish, Charleston District, South Carolina, USA
Note: Household of George Carters: 1 male > 16; 7 males < 16; 3 females; 3 slaves. Lived near Elijah Carter, John Carter, Stephen Crummey, Joshea Carter, Samuel Carton, and David Cartor.
Place: St Bartholomew's, Charleston District, South Carolina, USA
Note: George Carter household: 1 male > 16; 7 males < 16; 3 females; no slaves.
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Source: S130 Title: Our Heritage A Genealogy of the Descendants of Jacob Carter of South Carolina, Volume: III Abbreviation: Our Heritage Author: Mary Ketus Deen Holland Publication: self-published, 1974 Repository: #R5
Repository: R5 Name: Dale M Crawford Personal library
Source: S131 Title: 1790 U S Census, Charleston District, South Carolina Abbreviation: 1790 U S Census, Charleston Dist, SC Repository: #R1
Served in Cherokee Expedition 1759-1760 in SC
Served in Revolutionary War from Feb 5, 1779-July 1, 1781
Capt. JC Smith Co., 3rd Regiment SC Continental Line
Source: Edward Carter (1916-1976) research prior to 1976
Birth year changed from 1742 to 1740 based on research by Edward Carter (1916-1976) prior to 1976
It may be possible to confirm family relationships with George by comparing test results with other carriers of his Y-chromosome or his mother's mitochondrial DNA.
However, there are no known yDNA or mtDNA test-takers in his direct paternal or maternal line.
It is likely that these autosomal DNA test-takers will share DNA with George: