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Pvt. Littleberry Walker Carter, CSA

Birthdate: (41)
Birthplace: Warren County, Georgia, United States
Death: November 27, 1873 (41)
Americus, Sumter, Georgia, United States (He was stabbed to death in a fight with D.P. McCann, who fled to South America. )
Place of Burial: Oak Grove Cemetery, Americus, Sumter, Georgia, United States
Immediate Family:

Son of Wiley Carter, Sr. and Ann Carter
Husband of Maryanne Diligence Carter
Father of Jeremiah Calvin Carter; Eliza Ann Carter; William Archibald Carter and Nannie Belle Jenkins
Brother of Amanda Lyons Sammons; Amanda Sammons; Calvin G Carter; Euphrasia A Carter; Caroline E. Carter and 6 others

Managed by: Jacqueli Charlene Finley
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About Pvt. Littleberry Walker Carter, CSA

Littleberry Walker Carter and Mary Anne Diligence Seals were married on Jan. 5 1851 in Warren Co., GA..........submitted by Joyce A. Finley

Private, CSA. 1870 Militia District 789, Sumter, Georgia Littleberry and Mary Ann moved c. 1860 to Sumter County. near his father's plantation. He served in the American Civil War in Captain Cutts Sumter County Flying Artillery, serving in Virginia. His brothers Wileym, Jr. and Jesse T. enlisted in the same unit. Littleberry was a farmer and was buried on his farm at the time of his of his accidental death at the age of 42. In 1918 he and his wife were reinterred in Oak Grove Cemetary, Americus Georgia.

Sources: 1.Abbrev: Family Archives of Hooper / Crosby / Bianchi and Related Families Title: Twig, Tree & Treasure A Genealogical Sojourn Bianchi's Twig, Tree & Treasure A Genealogical Sojourn by Linda & Mike Bianchi, email: twigtree@milin.net The project started in earnest during the 1960's and has continued sporadically from then on with help by various family members and a lot of friends. Oral and documented family information was complied by Linda Bianchi nee Hooper and Barbara Hooper nee Crosby, later augmented with additions by Lee and Cathy nee Hooper Galloway. A special Thank You to Michele Yvonne Hayward Tate and her family and to Amy Holtgrewe Haertling and her family, for their generous help. The project continues to be updated and expanded by Linda and Mike Bianchi. Not all of the source data is listed simply because the data is a compilation from many different sources, most which were family oral history records. Some data will have individuals or groups listed as the source of information. While these persons should be credited and are thanked for making significant contributions to this work, they should by no means be construed as being the only source for that particular data or as the only person to have worked on that line.

He was stabbed to death in a fight with D.P. McCann, who fled to South America.

Sources: 1.Abbrev: 18 in 1850 Warren Co GA census; another source lists Sumter Co GA as POB. Note: 18 in 1850 Warren Co GA census; another source lists Sumter Co GA as POB. Quality: 2 2.Abbrev: FGS from Myron Samson, Panama City FL, 1/97; "Jimmy Carter", by Peter G. Note: FGS from Myron Samson, Panama City FL, 1/97; "Jimmy Carter", by Peter G. Bourne, lists 1874 as his YOD. Quality: 1 3.Abbrev: "Warren Co, GA, Genealog II", Daniel Nathan Crumpton, 1993. Note: "Warren Co, GA, Genealog II", Daniel Nathan Crumpton, 1993.

From Jimmy Carter Library Web site:

In 1851 Littleberry Walker Carter married Mary Ann Diligent Seals (c.1838-c. 1874) in Warren County, Georgia. She was the daughter of William A. (b. 1814) and Eliza Harris (b. 1815) Seals of Warren County. In the mid 1850s the Carters and Seals lived in that part of Warren County that became Glascock in 1857 and it was there that William A. Seals died in 1860, and his widow in 1886.

Littleberry and Mary Ann moved c. 1860 to Sumter Co. near his father's plantation. He served in the American Civil War in Captain Cutts Sumter County Flying Artillery, serving in Virginia. Littleberry was a farmer and was buried on his farm at the time of his death at the age of 42.

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Pvt. Littleberry Walker Carter, CSA's Timeline

1832
1832
Warren County, Georgia, United States
1855
April 14, 1855
Age 23
Warren County, Georgia, United States
1856
August 31, 1856
Age 24
Americus, Sumter County, Georgia, United States
1858
November 12, 1858
Age 26
Warren, GA
1866
1866
Age 34
1873
November 27, 1873
Age 41
Americus, Sumter, Georgia, United States
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Oak Grove Cemetery, Americus, Sumter, Georgia, United States