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CARROLL, J. T., Mrs.
Mrs. J. T. Carroll, wife of Rev. J. T. Carroll of the M. E. church died at her home in Milton yesterday of cancer.  Mrs. Carroll has been suffering from this dreadful affliction for five years past and has been confined to her bed only a short time.  She was upwards of 60 years of age, was a lifelong member of the Methodist church and leaves a husband and several children all grown to mourn her loss.
She was interred in the Milton cemetery at 3 o'clock this afternoon. -The Huntington Advertiser, Monday Evening, September 5, 1898

Henry Carter, one among the best known of the older residents of the city, died this morning about eleven o'clock, at the home of his son, J. C. Carter, on Seventh avenue. Death came painlessly while he was seated in a chair. Mr. Carter had lived to the ripe old age of eighty-two, and his death was due to ailments common to such an advanced age.
He had been for fifteen years a resident of this city and was one of her best known citizens. During the greater portion of his residence here, he was employed at the C. & O. shops.
He leaves a wife still surviving him and three sons residing in this city. They are J. C. Carter, the furniture man. Bruff Carter, a foreman at the C. & O. shops, and James Carter, also employed at the C & O shops. -The Huntington Advertiser, Thursday Evening, February 26, 1903

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