Samuel T Carter - Raleigh Register - 10-29-1933 Obit - (NOT OURS)

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Samuel T Carter - Raleigh Register - 10-29-1933 Obit - (NOT OURS) - was today More- of inflicted Mrs. police door...
was today More- of inflicted Mrs. police door Mrs. -ABr CARTER DIES IN FAYETTTE Widely Known And Popular Popular Squire Succumbs To Illness Squire Samuel T. Carter, 07, one of Fnyetle county's most widely known and esteemed citizens, citizens, died at his home at Fayettc- ville yesterday morning at 11:50 after a long illness. He had only returned to his home two weeks ago fron a hospital, where he had gone in a futile attempt to get relief relief from his ailments. . §quire Carter, prominent in po- ijt'ical-'cji'clcs throughout.his adult iifc, .was ;··«'brother-in-law to T, E. Bibb; titfd a codsiii to B. E. Car- · · _ .- . . . turned on Porter on of unclothed. hospital said sec and two was cliarg- Morcland's 20. i hy of in Covington. year were ex- year; closed a lo llelicr of lime ter,' both' of Becklcy, and had many friends In the city. Born on Laurel Creek, near Ingram Ingram Branch, lie served his county county in m a n y capacities. .He different times clerk of the county county court, county assessor, a member member of Ihe legislature from Fay- eltc counly, and was twice elected elected a justice of Hie peace. In addition addition he was twice appointed to fill unexpired terms as a justice of the peace, and war, connected with the activities in his section of Ihe inlernal revenue bureau. Funeral services w i l l be conducted at the residence at Fay- cllcvillc tomorrow afternoon at 1:30. Burial will be made in the FnyeUevillc cemetery. He is survived by his widow, Mrs. Florence Love Carter, ami two grand-children, Joe Carter Dickenson and Dorothy Dickon- son. His own two children died, one in infancy and another (hiring the epidemic of i n f l u in 1918. One sister nnd Ihrce brothers are living: Mrs. J. W. Thomas, of Orlando, Fla.; .Mason Carter, of Kansas Cily, Kas.; Henry Carter, Carter, of Roanoke, and Theodore Carter, of Bcckwilh. A twin-sister lo .Squire Carter, Mrs. William Hornsby, was acci- d e n t a l l y electrocuted near her home at Oak H i l l about I w ago when she attempted lo open an iron gate in a fence across which an cleclric line had been blown by a storm. of of the es a procedure tax out laying is in the

Clipped from The Raleigh Register29 Oct 1933, SunPage 1

The Raleigh Register (Beckley, West Virginia)29 Oct 1933, SunPage 1
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