McCarter Family Lines
Anderton, Avant, Banastre, Billings, Bishop, Bourn, Browne, Burgess, Campbell, Chandler, Cole, Day, Dean, Douglas, Durrant, Erdley, Fitch, Freeland, Gooch, Greer, Grice, Grier, Grierson, Harrel, Hill, Hopkins, Jones, Kennedy, King, Ledyard, Lee, Low, MacGregor, Marks, Massey, Maxwell, McCarter, McClure, Merrick, Paine, Pugh, Reeves, Ring, Rowland, Scott, Senter, Snow, Stewart, Taylor, Thomas, Tracy, Waynes, Wheldon, Williams, Worden, Worthington
McCarter Mayflower Lineage through Constance Hopkins
Mayflower line for descendants of H.F. McCarter and Mary Jane Senter
McCarter Mayflower Lineage through Edward Fuller
Mayflower line for descendants of Andrew Cole McCarter and Hulda Weiss
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Calvin Halbert Senter
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McCarter Family History
The story of H.F. and Mary McCarter of Camas County, Idaho, and their Grayson County, Virginia relatives the McClures, Pughs, Thomases, Senters, and Williams as written by H.F. and Mary's daughter Kate McCarter Weaver.
Who Were the Parents of Philander McCarter?
Philander McCarter was born in the state of New York on February 21, 1802, but his exact birth place, parents, and siblings, if any, remain a mystery. This article explores the possibilities of his origins.
Stephen Hopkins of the Mayflower
The General Society of Mayflower Descendants estimates there are tens of millions of living descendants of the pilgrims who came to America on the Mayflower. My family descends from Stephen Hopkins who was one of the few pilgrims with previous New World experience. See our McCarter Mayflower Lineage.
William and Ellen McCarter of Wilson Co., Kansas
The biography of William A. McCarter, son of Thurza and Philander McCarter of Grayson County, Virginia.
William and Rosamond Bourne of Grayson Co., Virginia
The biography of Will and Rosa Bourne, early pioneers in Grayson County, Virginia.
My Early Years: Essays by an Idaho Cowboy
The autobiography of William Senter McCarter who in his late teens worked as a top hand for T.C. Catlin's Diamond Ranch in southern Idaho (1904-1908). Includes some family history as well as information on Camas County's early settlers, cow camps, and towns.
William McCarter's stories of life on the Camas Prairie circa 1870-1940 as told by his son Joe Thorpe McCarter.
Legislative Career of Hugh Franklin McCarter
Newspaper article about H.F. McCarter's accomplishments in the Second Idaho Legislature, 1892-93.
Camas Prairie Settlers Celebrate 4th of July, 1888
Newspaper article that mentions H.F. McCarter and his family as participants in Camas County's 1888 4th of July celebrations.
Camas Prairie in the News
Early newspaper accounts of Camas Prairie, Idaho including reports of exploration, roads, mining, settlements, and the Bannock War of 1878.
Swindlers at Work
Newspaper article about H. F. McCarter being swindled out of $6,000.
McCarters Send Four Sons into Confederate Fray
Copyright © 1993, The Gazette, Galax, Virginia, reprinted with permission. Article about the Civil War service of Levi, Van Buren, William, and Andrew, sons of Thurza and Philander McCarter of Grayson County, Virginia.
Commencement Address of Amelia Ann Senter
The 1885 Oak Hill Academy commencement address given by Anna Senter, daughter of Calvin and Rosa Senter of Grayson County, Virginia.
1800 James McCarter Household in New York City
1810 James McCarter Household in New York City
1840 Philander McCarter Household in Grayson County, Virginia
1850 Philander McCarter Household in Grayson County, Virginia
1860 Philander McCarter Household in Grayson County, Virginia
1870 Thurza McCarter Household in Ashe County, North Carolina
1880 Thurza McCarter Household in Ashe County, North Carolina
1803 Mary Fenton and James McCarter Bastardy Case in New York City
1804 Margaret Fenton Petitions for an Insolvent Mary in New York City
1805 Mary Fenton Tried for Perjury in New York City
1832 Thurza Williams and Philander McCarter in Smyth County, Virginia
1862 Civil War Records of Calvin H. Senter of Grayson County, Virginia
1911 School Records of Kate R. McCarter of Blaine County, Idaho
McCarter Brothers in Early New York City Directories
1800 Mortgage to James and Elizabeth McCarter in NYC
1813 Mortgage to James McCarter in New York City
1814 Sheriff's Sale of James McCarter Property in NYC
1819 Elizabeth McCarter Deed to Thomas Allen in NYC
1819 Elizabeth McCarter Deed to William Ross in NYC
1833 Arthur McCarter Deed to Henry Gratacap in NYC
1806-1822 Property of David Pugh in Virginia and Tennessee
1832-1870 Property of Philander McCarter in Grayson Co., Virginia
1841-1845 Property of Drury Senter in Grayson County, Virginia
1860-1890 Property of Calvin Senter Grayson County, Virginia
1877 Deed to G. C. and H. F. McCarter in Grayson County, Virginia
1886 Deed to H. F. McCarter Homestead in Camas County, Idaho
1889 Deed to George C. McCarter in Grayson County, Virginia
1855 Drury Senter of Grayson County, Virginia
1893 Martin Van Buren McCarter of Grayson County, Virginia
1908 Levi Hickman McCarter of Smyth County, Virginia
1911 Andrew Cole McCarter of Washington County, Virginia
1916 George Crogein McCarter of Miami County, Kansas
1918 Sarah Caroline McCarter Graybeal of Tazewell County, Virginia
1920 James P. McCarter of Orange County, California
1926 Hugh Franklin McCarter of Camas County, Idaho
1928 Nancy Celia Carter McCarter of Miami County, Kansas
1818 James McCarter of New York City
1852 Drury Senter of Grayson County, Virginia
1853 Elizabeth (Paulding) Bertine McCarter of NYC
1870 Philander McCarter of Ashe Co., North Carolina
1910 Calvin Halbert Senter of Grayson County, Virginia
1912 William A. McCarter of Orange County, California
1920 Rosa Pugh Senter of Grayson County, Virginia
1926 Hugh Franklin McCarter of Camas County, Idaho