Descendants of ________ Carpenter b. abt 1747/1751 of SC d. abt 1782 GA - Progenitor of Group 16 of the Carpenter Cousins Y-DNA Project.


301. Cephus Carpenter

DEATH: Estimate death date BET. 1965 - 1970.

305. Martha Etta Malvina Carpenter

BURIAL: Macedonia Prim Bapt Cemetery.
CENSUS: Clay county, AL 1880 Census lists J.W. jr w/ 1 yr old child "M.A.".

CARPENTER, Martha Etta Malvina b: October 28, 1878 in AL, Clay Co. >Macon m: Abt. 1900 Mother: Mary "Mollie" Elizabeth RAY Father: James Warren "Bud" Carpenter, Jr. d: April 27, 1922 in GA, Upson Burial: AL, Clay Co, Macedonia Prim Bapt Cemetery CENSUS-1: 1880 ALA Clay Co. Census lists J.W.jr w/ 1 yr old child "M.A." relationship not repor RECORD-1: April 1922 GA, Upson Co. DEATH CERTIFICATE states father Warren Carpenter, mother Mollie RAE, burial to be in Lineville, AL. Informant D.L. Wolfe. Copy in possession of Donna Cuzze from GA Archives. PHOTO-1: 1997 Tombstone photo contributed by Don Sanders. "She was the sunshine of our home." M.E. Wolfe, Oct 28, 1878 - Apr 27, 1922. Mollie Mae (Wolf) JOHNSON & Flora Marie (Wolf) LANE sit in front of grave. SOURCES-1: 1997 Per great grandson, Don Sanders.

David Lonzo Wolf

WOLFE, David Lonzo b: 1873 in AL >Macon GA d: 1929 in Upson, Ga CENSUS-1: 1900 AL, CLAY, Lonza Wolf 1875 AL, Etta Oct 1879 AL. Next door to her parents, JW & Elizabeth Carpenter, Jr. CENSUS-2: 1910 AL, CLAY, DL Walf 1875 AL, ME 1879 AL, Oner [Leona] 1902, Rosalee 1903, Mellie M 1906, Not-named dau 1910. CENSUS-3: 1920 GA, MACON, David L Wolf 43, Martha Etta 41, Leona 18, Rosa Lee 16, Mollie Mae 14, Flora Marie 9, Clarence 5. Works at Planning(?) Mill (plumming mill?). RECORD-1: 2010 Per great grandson, Don Sanders, David and his brother Clarence left Phenix, AL toward Upson, Ga to visit David's daughter Molly. They ran onto a bridge that had been washed out and were both killed in 1929.

BROTHER: WOLF, Clarence b: Abt. 1875 d: 1929 in Upson, Ga

694. Leona Wolf

SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

695. Rosa Lee Wolf

SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

WOLFE, Rosa Lee b: February 16, 1903 in GA, Upson d: August 25, 1924 in GA, Upson Burial: GA, Upson Zion Chapel ................ +HILL, Mr. b: Abt. 1903

696. Titus Wolf

BURIAL: Macedonia Prim Bapt Cemetery.

WOLFE, Titus b: December 14, 1904 in Clay Co, Alabama d: February 27, 1905 in Clay Co, Alabama Macedonia Prim Bapt Cemetery

700. James Isham Gunn

SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

701. Wiley Eugene Gunn

SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

704. Hamer Harlin Gunn

SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

307. Doyle Killabru Carpenter

MARRIAGE: Doyle Killabru Carpenter was probably born in Clay Co., AL.  I have
his marriage date to Ida Bera Willis as Dec. 30, 1905.  Her tombstone
reads "Bera Willis Carpenter."
SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

Ida Bera Willis

BURIAL: Macedonia Prim Bap Cemetery.
SEE: Husband's notes.  Went by Bera.

709. Myrtle Lea Carpenter

SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

710. Doyle Aubrey Carpenter

NOTES: Doyle Aubrey Carpenter - born Dec. 8, 1913; died July 11, 1915. John
McClure indicates that he is buried at Macedonia.  However, a brief survey
I did of the cemetery in the summer of 1998 did not reveal a marked
grave for him.
SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

308. Charlsie Marie Carpenter

BURIAL: Lineville City Cem.
NOTES:Charlsie Marie Carpenter - I have her death date as Sept. 28, 1969.  I
also have another child listed for her:  Charles "Billy" William Coleman, born
on Dec. 24, 1918.
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Charlie Columbus Coleman

NOTES: Charlie Columbus Coleman - born on May 8, 1883; died Nov. 15, 1970;
buried in Lineville City Cemetery, Lineville, Clay Co., AL.
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309. William Dallas Carpenter

BURIAL: Macedonia Prim Bapt Cemetery.

Ethel Morris

BURIAL: Macedonia Prim Bapt Cemetery.

310. John Harlin Carpenter

BURIAL: Macedonia Prim Bap Cemetery.

John Harlin Carpenter - born and died in Clay Co., AL.  "They had such
a wonderful house.  It was on  asmall rise, to better catch the breeze.  The
porch went almost all around the house.  Of course, the tin roof covered the
porch.  There was a fig tree in the yard.  If we were there early in the
summer, I was able to eat all the fits I wanted.  Later in the summer th
efits were often covered in June bugs.  Not these small hard shelled brown
bugs folks now call June bugs.  These were so pretty, they were black with
bright green markings.  We could catch them and play with them.  They tickled
when they crawled on our arms.  Then we did bug abuse.  We tied a string
around their back leg and let them fly around.  Quite often they lost a back
leg.  Wonder if this is why I catch spiders, rollie pollies, crickets and
other good bugs in my house and take them outside?" [Source: e-mail from Gail
Elliott Tucker to Donna Carpenter, 7/16/98].

Eula I. Gaither

BURIAL: Macedonia Prim Bapt Cemetery.
NAME: Tombstone reads "Eulie."

732. James David Carpenter

BURIAL: Macedonia Prim Bapt Cemetery.
NOTES: James David Carpenter -- Tombstone inscription reads "Our darling."
Submitted by Sharon at

311. Lonie Ithena Carpenter

BIRTH: 16 Sept 1894 in one record and 15 Sept 1894 in another record.
NOTES: Lonie Ithena Carpenter - I have birthdate as Sept. 15, 1894 in Clay
Co., AL.  She married Thurmon L. Norman  on July 3, 1910.  Thurmon was
born Dec. 31, 1890.  I have an additional child that you do not have listed:
Doyle Henry Norman, born on June 10, 1929.
Submitted by Sharon at

743. James William Bell

SUBMITTED BY: Sharon at:

315. Lovie A. Carpenter

MARRIAGE: Clay Co. AL By S. W. Pruet at J.L. Carpenter's