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1860 Audrain Co. 364

J. W. Riggs 22 M VA    S.E. 28 F KY
J. M. 2/12 F MO
MAFFATT, Judah 54 F KY
Mary 29 F KY
Martha A. 23 F KY
T. H. H. 20 M KY
RIGGS, C. B. 20 M VA
Jesse's Obit. He died Feb 24 1923
Buried at Salt River Cem. Audrain Co.

J. H. Carter 40 KY-VA-KY
Martha A. 43 KY-KY-KY
Effie 10 MO-KY-KY
Nona 8 MO-KY-KY
Claude C. 7 MO-KY-KY
Lottie 5 MO-KY-KY
Maud 3 MO-KY-KY
John N. 42 brother single

MAFFETT, Juda 79 mother in law widowed KY-MD-VA
MAFFETT, Mary E. 51 sister in law single KY-KY-KY

WORLEY, James M. 42 boarder carpenter
SEARS, Rose 16 Servant single (explains the connection in cemetery)
DENHAM, George 22 Teaching school single
WOODS, Nat 22 Laborer single

1900 Wilson Twp south June 6, 1900

71/71
Jessie H. Carter 10-1846 53 KY-unk-KY Married 32 yrs. 5 birth/5alive
Martha 9-1833 66 KY-KY-KY
BEATTY, Maud M. 5-1876 23 MO-KY-KY
BEATTY, Edward F., Jr. 4-1873 23 MO-MO-MO

MEXICO, MO WEEKLY INTELLIGENCER Thursday, March 1, 1923 Page 3, column 4

FUNERAL FOR MR. CARTER SUNDAY

The funeral for Jesse Henry Carter, 86 years old, who died at his home in this city Saturday morning, was held at 11 o'clock Sunday morning at the Salt River church, 10 miles south of Mexico. The Rev. Egan Gerndon of near Centralia, conducted the service. Burial was made in the cemetery adjoining the church.

Mr. Carter was born in Nichols County, Kentucky, and when a young man, came to this county and settled on a farm southwest of here. He lived there until about four years ago when he came to Mexico. His wife who was Miss Martha Maffett, died several years ago.

Mr. Carter is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Effie Thomas, Gillette Wyo., Mrs. Tom Squires, of near Centralia and Mrs. Ed Beatty of near Mexico. He also leaves twelve grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren.

Deceased was known to his friends as "Uncle Jesse" and he was a lovable character, kindly and friendly to everyone. His many friends will regret to know his death.

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This is dated 22 Nov 1910.

Will of J. H. Carter

I, J. H. Carter, of Audrain County, Missouri, being mindful that life is uncertain do make and publish this my last will and testament as follows:

First - I give and devise to my beloved, wife, Martha A. Carter, all of my property of every kind and wheresoever situated both real estate and personal property of every kind to have and to hold and to use with the power to sell, mortgage or convery as she may think best after the payment of all my just debts and funeral expenses and costs of settling my estate. If my said wife should die owning any of the property given her by this my last will, which she has not used or disposed of, it is my will that said remainder of my estate be divided by her equally among our five children, Effie J. Dalby, Wenona Squires, Charlotta Thomas, Maude Beatty and Claude C. Carter, and the colored woman, Rose Carter, which we have raised from childhood. I wish her to have an equal share with our children because of her faithful services to our family. If any of my said children should die before my wife, leaving no descendants, then his or her share in said remainder shall be divided among the remaining children. If said Rose Carter should die before my wife, then she is to have no part in said remainder.

Second - I hereby appoint my wife, Martha A. Carter, executrix of my estate and request that she be permitted to act without bond. If possible I request that my estate by closed without any administration.

In witness whereof, I have hereunto subscribed my name at Mexico, Mo. This November 22nd, 1910.

bill to McPheeter Funeral Home:

25 Feb 1923-  Casket $200.00
Burial Robe 17.50
exet. county int. 5.00
Underwear $1.75
Total: $224.50

Balance left to distribute: $2732.31
distributed as follows:

1/4 to Wenona Squires, 1/4 to Effie Dalby Thomas less note of $109.00 owing said estate, 1/4 to Maude M. Beatty less the sum of $106.06 Blythe note to be transferred by Admrs. to her, 1/4 to Rose Sears less the sum of $34.40 heretofore advanced by Admrs. to her.

MEXICO, MO WEEKLY LEDGER. Thursday, July 10, 1913. Page 1, column 4

Mrs. Jesse H. Carter Dies Wed.

Mrs. Jesse Carter, 78 years of age, died at her home near Gant, Wednesday morning about 7 o'clock, from a stroke of paralysis. She was ill only a short time, having been stricken with paralysis about 2 o'clock on Tuesday morning.

The funeral will be held at Salt River Church, Thursday afternoon at 2 o'clock. The Rev. David Mayes of Centralia will officiate. The body will be buried in Salt River Cemetery.

Mrs. Carter was the wife of Jesse Carter, one of the most prominent citizens of the county. She was a beautiful Christian character and a member of the Christian church for many years. Her death will sadden the hearts of not only her close neighbors, but all who knew her.

Besides a husband, she is survived by the following children: Mesdames T. Squires, Ed Beatty, Effie Dalby and John Thomas, all of the Gant neighborhood and C. C. Carter of Los Angeles, Calif.

The Ledger joins many friends in extending sympathy to the bereaved.

Lottie, wife of John A. Thomas (d/o Jesse and Martha Carter) 23 Jul 1875
11 Nov 1914

Rose Sears d 23 Aug 1927  aged 65 yrs.

This was right next to Jesse H. and Martha A. Carter. The stones were fairly new, with the same design. Rose Sears was just a little smaller. Thought there might be a connection.

This next one was on the other side of your Carters. One tall stone with J.N. Carter on the east side and Martha J. Carter on the west side. Didn't say how related. One of the census you sent in your first posting, had J.N. Carter living with Jesse Carter and was a brother. My feeling is this is

Jesse's brother and mother???
J. N. Carter
25 Dec 1837
3 Mar 1897
Martha J. Carter
15 Jun 1817
17 Nov 1897

240/245 page 27 June 24, 1880

The above stone has been repaired. Appeared to have been vandalized several places, but in good shape. Could see the glue, or whatever they use. Cindy

Notes for TOM SQUIRES: 1910 Wilson Twp, Audrain Co

Thomas Squires 36 MO-KY-MO married 15 yrs. 4 birth/4alive

1900 Wilson Twp south June 6, 1900

167/167

Thomas M. Squires 2-1873 27 MO-KY-MO Married 5 yrs. 2 birth/2alive
Winona E. 10-1871 28 MO-KY-KY
Jessie M. 7-1896 3 daughter MO-MO-MO
Johnnie G. 5-1899 1 MO-MO-MO

1920 Wilson Twp

219/221

Thomas Squires 47
Wenona 48
Glenn 20
Alvin 17
Harold 11
CUMMINS, Jessie 22 married daughter
CUMMINS, Lional 4 3/12 grands

Notes for THOMAS JEFFERSON DALBEY:

Thomas Dalby, a farmer living nine miles west of this city, died Wednesday, Feb. 8th, at his home, of consumption. The deceased was a son of Philip Dalbey and a son-in-law of J. H. Carter. He had been an invalid for about 3 years. A wife and several small children mourn his loss.

Jesse Hollace Dalby b; 19 Nov 1898 d; 7 Mar 1919

First was Thomas J. Dalby, then Rufus, Ralph and then this Dalbey

Marriage Notes for EFFIE CARTER and THOMAS DALBEY:

Eva J. Carter over 18 yrs. - T. J. Dalbey over 21 yrs. married home of bride in Audrain County by J. C. Edmonston 3 Jan 1894. Recorded Book 3, page 219.

Notes for JESSIE HOLLIS DALBEY:

                     More About JESSIE HOLLIS DALBEY:

Burial: March 10, 1919, Salt River Church Cemetery

Notes for LOTTIE CARTER:

Charlotte J. Carter, over 18 of Audrain County, to John A. Thomas, 20 of Boone County. Married by D. N. Newman, J.P.
at the home of the bride's father 13 Nov 1895. Recorded Book 3, page 396.

Notes for MONA CARTER:

Hugh Lionel Cummings (grandson to Mona Carter Squires)
S SGT 794 Mil Police Bn. WW II  25 Sep 1915  23 Jan 1962

Notes for TOM SQUIRES:  1910 Wilson Twp, Audrain Co

56/56

Thomas Squires 36 MO-KY-MO married 15 yrs. 4 birth/4alive
Nonie 38 MO-KY-KY
Jessie 12 female
Glen 10
Alvin 7
Harold 21880 Wilson Twp, south of C&A RR

144/149 page 16 (Tom Squires parents)

John T. Squires 32 KY-KY-KY P.A. 28 MO-VA-MO

Clarrah 10 Mo-KY-MO
Larah 8 MO-KY-MO
Thomas M. 7 MO-KY-MO
Elizabeth 6 MO-KY-MO

1900 Wilson Twp south June 6, 1900

167/167

Thomas M. Squires 2-1873 27 MO-KY-MO Married 5 yrs. 2 birth/2alive
Winona E. 10-1871 28 MO-KY-KY
Jessie M. 7-1896 3 daughter MO-MO-MO
Johnnie G. 5-1899 1 MO-MO-MO

1920 Wilson Twp

219/221    Thomas Squires 47
Wenona 48
Glenn 20
Alvin 17
Harold 11
CUMMINS, Jessie 22 married daughter
CUMMINS, Lional 4 3/12 grandson

Notes for EDWARD FRANCIS JR. BEATTY:

       1920 Wilson Twp 145/145

Edward F. Beatty 42
Maude M. 42
Leroy F. 15
Clarence E. 9
Frances M. 1 4/12

Notes for VIOLA RUTH DALBEY:

Viola Ruth Dalbey over 18 of Gant, Audrain County to Wiley Lee Wilson over 21 of Gillette, Campbell County, Wyoming. Married by Stanley W. Hayne, pastor of M.E. South Church of Mexico, in Thompson, MO 28 Dec 1916. Recorded Book 9, page 525.


Mexico Intelligencer. Thursday, July 4, 1901. Page 1, column 2
Rufus, the six-months old son of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dalbey, ten miles east
of town, died Friday of last week, and the remains were interred in the Salt
River church cemetery.

Same paper. Page 4, column 2

Card of Thanks

To the Editor of The Intelligencer, Gant, Mo., July 3--
We wish to thank the kind friends and neighbors who were so thoughtful during the illness and death of our infant son.

Mr. and Mrs. Thom. Dalbey

Mexico Intelligencer. Thursday, February 25, 1904. Page 5, column 2

Gant News

Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Dalbey who lately moved to Texas for the benefit of 
Mr. Dalbey's health, lost their little baby last week. 
The remains were buried in the Salt River graveyard.


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