Captain John W. Carter

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John W. Carter

Birthplace: Manchester, Essex, MA, USA
Death: Died in Manchester, Essex, MA, USA
Cause of death: Cancer of aesophagus
Place of Burial: Manchester, Essex, MA, USA
Immediate Family:

Son of Captain John Carter and Susan Butler Carter
Husband of Caroline W. Carter
Father of Leonardo Whitmore Carter; Agnes Cook Clara Burnham and John Henry Carter
Brother of Hattie B. Kitfield

Occupation: Mariner, Ship master, store proprietor
Managed by: Jessica Marie German
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About Captain John W. Carter (citing a collection of his ships' records)

Biography of Capt. John W. Carter

John Carter was a shipmaster from Manchester, Massachusetts. During the period covered by this collection he was master of the Ship ADALINE (1874-1875), and the Bark RAMBLER (1878-1880). The RAMBLER was owned/managed by Smith & Townsend of Boston. During this time the vessel carried various cargos to and from Boston, San Francisco, New York, Batavia, and Iloilo in the Philippines.

Please see the photocopy of his obituary in the documents section.

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Captain John W. Carter's Timeline

December 26, 1845
Manchester, Essex, MA, USA
October 31, 1877
Age 31
Manchester, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
August 24, 1880
Age 34
At sea, off the Cape of Good Hope
April 21, 1890
Age 44
Manchester, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
January 1, 1894
Age 48
Manchester, Essex, Massachusetts, United States
September 8, 1914
Age 68
Manchester, Essex, MA, USA
September 9, 1914
Age 68
Manchester, Essex, MA, USA