Carter Family Cemetery - Dolphin
Located on the back side of an old farm off the east side of Sturgeon Rd. (Route 630), approx. 0.75 mi. north of Liberty Rd. (Route 634). It is enclosed by a woven wire fence and is approx. 100 ft square. There are 20 or more additional graves here marked only with fieldstones.
Latitude:36º 50' 51.5" N   (36.847639)
Longitude:77º 46' 34.2" W   (-77.776167)
The Old Brunswick Camp # 512 - Sons of Confederate Veterans conducted a headstone dedication for Sgt. Edward A. Carter on Sunday, October 29, 2006, at the request of the family.

William John Finch4 Mar 1876 —24 Mar 1920Husband of Rosa Lee Carter Finch
Son of William P. & Sallie Singleton Finch
Located by Grandson: Allen D. Finch Sr.
March 15, 2006
This is not a stone marker, but a large wooden cross with a metal sign attached, on which the text is painted on.

Marcellus G. Carter2 Aug 1868 —19 Mar 1936Forever grateful
18 nieces & nephews

William Edward Henderson25 Jun 1899 —20 Oct 1945At rest
This stone has a masonic emblem.

Sarah B. Roberts3 Mar 1897 —6 Mar 1925Wife of
John H. Roberts
Asleep in Jesus

Serg Edward A. Carter19 May 1843 —25 Jun 1919CO A
This is a government-issued military stone.

George W. Henderson2 Mar 1873 —22 Feb 1914Although he sleeps
His memory doth live
And cheering comfort
to his mourners give

 Infant son of
B.Y. & Julia T.
Aug 22, 1919
Only one date on the stone, which could be birth or death.

Yancy Carter Son of
B.Y. & Julia T.
This stone is broken. There may be other inscriptions on pieces that have broken off and could not be found.


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