"New York, 1820-1850 Passenger and Immigration Lists." Ancestry.com
Ship: Barque Solway, arriving NY Harbor 14 May 1850 #344 from Gloucester,England
Film: M237_87 Family ID: 3269615 (National Archives)
|William Pardington||44||Male||Grocer||England||United States|
|Eliza Pardington||44||Fem.||Wife||England||United States|
|Eliza Pardington||21||Fem.||Spinster||England||United States|
|Kate Pardington||14||Fem.||Child||England||United States|
|Mary Ann Pardington||11||Fem.||Child||England||United States|
152/152 William Pardington 45 M farmer $1000 England Eliza " 45 F England [neé Slatter] William T[homas]" 23 M England Eliza " 22 F England Rena [Rayner] " 15 M England Kate " 14 F England John H[enry] " 13 M England Mary A[nn] " 12 F England Maria " 11 F England Sarah Slatte[r] 50 F England (sister-in-law)?
20 Aug 1870, Bryan, Pulaski Twp., Williams Co., OH; P 16 136/136 Carter, Richard 35 M W Painter Eng Carter, Maria 26 F W keeping house Eng Carter, Mettie 05 F W at home OH Carter, Rosa 03 F W at home OH1880 Census Year: 1880; Census Place: Bryan, Williams, Ohio; Roll: T9_1078; Family History Film: 1255078; Page: 636D; Enumeration District: 12; Image: 0134.
3 Jun 1880, The Village of Bryan, Williams Co., OH; ED#12 P12D. 121/135 Carter, Richard W M 50 Head m painter Eng Eng Eng -----, Mariah W F 37 Wife m keeping house Eng Eng Eng -----, Metta W F 15 Dau s attending school OH Eng Eng -----, Rosa W F 12 Dau s attending school OH Eng Eng -----, Rolland W M 03 Son s OH Eng Eng1900 Census Year: 1900; Census Place: Bryan, Williams, Ohio; Roll: T623 1332; Page: 4A; Enumeration District: 111. Image
7 Jun 1900, Bryan City, Williams Co., OH; ED#111 P4A 82/84 corner of East Bryan and Cherry St Carter, Richard H. head W M 25 Jun 1829 70 m 38 Eng Eng Eng 1831 61 painter carriage Carter, Maria wife W F Aug 1842 57 m 38 Eng Eng Eng 1850 50 (3 child/3 alive) Carter, Metta dau W F Oct 1864 35 s OH Eng Eng Artist, sick mos not employed 9 Carter, Rosa dau W f Jul 1867 32 s OH Eng Eng School Teacher sick 71910 Census
1910 Toledo, Lucas Co., OH; ED#82 P4A image 46/102 2121 Jefferson Ave, Toledo, Lucas Co., OH Carter, Rose Head F W 42 s Ohio Eng Eng Teacher, Public School 20 Apr 1910 Bryan Village, Pulaski Twp., Williams, OH; ED#129 P5A image 123/121 221 E Bryan Carter, Ritchard (sic) head M W 81 m1 48 ENG ENG ENG 1829 NA one income Carter, Maria wife F W 62 m1 48 3/3 ENG ENG ENG 1850 Carter, Metta dau F W 43 s OH ENG ENG artist Carter, Rose dau F W 41 s OH ENG ENG school teacher, public school 28 Apr 1910 Detroit, MI; ED#250 P9B image Carter, Roland A head M W 184/192 19 Hosmer Ave, Detroit, MI Carter, Roland A (sic) head M W 33 m1 8 OH ENG ENG barber Carter, Nellie wife F W 32 m1 8 3/3 ENG ENG ENG Carter, Richard son M W 04 s MI OH ENG Carter, Elizabeth dau F W 02 s MI OH ENG Carter, Dorothy L dau F W 1/12 MI OH ENG1920 Census
8 Jan 1920, Holly Twp., Oakland, MI; ED#169 P9A image 223/241 Washington Ave, Holly Twp., Oakland, MI Carter, Rolland A head O M W 42 m OH ENG ENG barber Carter, Nellie J wife F W 41 m ENG ENG ENG Carter, Richard O son M W 14 s MI OH ENG Carter, Elizabeth A dau F W 11 s MI OH ENG Carter, Dorotha L dau F W 09 s MI OH ENG 10 Jan 1920, Pulaski Twp., Williams Co., OH; ED#161 P10A image 265/276 223 E Bryan Carter, Metta head O F W 59 s OH OH (sic) OH (sic) none1930 Census
9 Apr 1930, Pulaski Twp., Williams Co., OH; ED#14 P8B image 202/207 221 E. Bryan St. Carter, Rose F W 62 OH ENG ENG none Carter, Metta F W 65 OH ENG ENG none 10 Apr 1930, Detroit, Wayne, MI; ED#661 P16A image 260/36 8945 Agnes Ave., Detroit, MI Cunningham, Betty Head F W 22 m 21 MI OH ENG none Carter, Richard Bro M W 24 s MI OH ENG stockkeeper, ball bearing mfg Carter, Dorothy Sis F W 20 s MI OH ENG stenographer, insurance co.
"Richard Carter Dead; Born In England 1829." The Bryan Democrat (24 Nov 1914) P8.
Richard H. Carter died in Toledo November 18, 1914, in the eighty-sixth year of his age. He was born in Manchester, England, June 25, 1829, and when a mere infant he was brought by his parents to this country. They settled in Peen Yan, N. Y., where they remained five years, coming overland thence to Toledo which was then only a small town.
He was united in marriage to Miss Mariah Pardington December 24, 1861, at Trenton, Mich., who departed this life about two years ago [20 Jan 1913]. To this union were born three children [Metta, Rosa, and Rolland], all of whom are left to mourn the death of their father.
He united with the First Presbyterian church of Bryan on profession of faith in Christ, February 21, 1868 under the ministry of Rev. D. K. Richardson. He served his church as an active member of the board of trustees for 25 years, and a few years ago on account of his valuable and self sacrificing service, he was made trustee emeritus for life.
He had a keen sense of humor and was a kind and courteous christian gentleman of the old school. he was the last of a large family to be taken, and most of his intimate friends have gone on before him. After a long and useful life he has responded to the call of heaven and entered into his rest.
A short funeral service was held at the family residence, corner of Bryan and Cherry streets, Friday evening, his pastor, Rev. E. S. Marshall, officiating. The burial took place [21 Nov 1914] Saturday morning in Fountain Grove cemetery.
"Richard Carter." The Bryan Press (26 Nov 1914).
Richard Carter died in Toledo last Wednesday, November 18 1914, after a long illness. He was in his eighty-sixth year and for many years was one of the well known citizens of Bryan. He was born in Manchester, England, n the 25th of June 1829 and came to America while an infant. His parents came to Toledo after stopping five ears in New York state and settled in the Ohio city when it was a small town.
He was married to Mariah Pardington on the 24th of December 1861 at Trenton, Mich., and three children came to them, two daughters Misses Metta and Rose and one son, Rolland, who is liing in Detroit. Mrs. Carter passed away about two years ago [20 Jan 1913], but the children all remain to cherish his memory.
He was for many years a member of the Presbyterian church and much of the time an official of that organization.
Funeral services wer held at his home in Bryan Friday evening [20 Nov 1914], his pastor the Rev. E. S. Marshll officiating, and the burial in Fountain Grove cemetery was private Saturday morning [21 Nov 1914].
Mr. Carter was a man who lived his life and enjoyed it. He had a keen sense of humor and was without a touch of thos unpleasant qualities that weigh down many people. He made friends and retained them and in is active years was a useful citizen.
"Metta Carter Dies." The Bryan Democrat (8 Feb 1932) P4:C1.
Miss Metta Carter, 67, died last Friday night [5 Feb 1932] at the hospital in Toledo after a long illness. She is survived by one sister Rose, brother Rolland of Vassar, Mich. Services were held in the Deck funeral home [8 Feb 1932] Monday morning, Rev. J. E. Zimmerman in charge. Burial in Fountain Grove cemetery.
"Metta Carter." The Bryan Press (11 Feb 1932) P6.
Miss Metta Cater died February 5  in a hospital in Toledo where she went for treatment a short time ago. She had been in failing health for a long time, and the end was inevitable but a source of sorrow to her family and friends.
She lived her life in Bryan, and had the friendship and love of the community. Miss Carter was gifted in an artistic way and did much excellent work in painting, drawing and illustrating, but indifferent health kept her from making full use of her genius. She was a woman of keen intellect, had a fine sense fo humor and lived an intellectual life.
Funeral services were held at Deck's funeral home [8 Feb 1932] Monday morning, the srrvice in charge of Rev. J. E. Zimmerman and interent was in Fountain Grove cemetery. She is survived by a sister, Miss Rose Carter of Bryan and a brother Rol. of Vassar, Mich. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter passed on several years ago [he 18 Nov 1914, she 20 Jan 1913].
"Miss Rose Carter, Old Resident, Dies Wednesday." The Bryan Democrat (11 Apr 1946) P1.
Miss Rose Carter, 79, passed away at her home here Wednesday [10 Apr 1946]. Funeral services conducted by Rev. Arthur J. Hall will be held in the Krill Funeral Home [12 Apr 1946] Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock, with interment in Fountain Grove cemetery.
Surviving are a brother, Rolland of Grosse Pointe, Mich., a nephew, Richard Carter, also of Grosse Pointe and a niece, Mrs. Dorothy Wright of Linchburg, Ohio
Miss Carter was a teacher in Toledo schools for about 40 years, retiring from Glenwood school about 18 years ago [abt. 1928] to care for her sister, Meta [Metta] Carter, who since preceded her [in death 5 Feb 1932].
"Miss Rose Carter." The Bryan Press (18 Apr 1946) P10.
Services for Miss Rose Carter, 79, were held [12 Apr 1946] Friday afternoon in the Krill funeral home with Dr. Arthur J. Hall, pastor of the First English Lutheran church, officiating. Burial was in Fountain Grove.
Miss Carter was of one of Bryan's well known [well-known] families in the early days of the community and was born here July 26, 1867, to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Carter, who came form England. For 40 years [abt. 1888-1928] she taught in Jefferson, Charry and Glenwood schools in Toledo until she retired form Glenwood school to take care of her sister, Metta Carter, who preceeded her in death [5 Feb 1932]. Miss Rose Carter died at 5 p. m. Wednesday [10 Apr 1946] in her home, 221 East Bryan street. She leaves a brother, Rolland, of Grosse Pointe, Mich., and a niece, Mrs. Dorothy Wright of Linchburg [Lynchburg?], Ohio.
"Rollie Carter, 72, Killed In Accident." The Bryan Times (7 Apr 1949), P9:C8. (www.williamsco.lib.oh.us).
Rollie A. Carter, 72, of Vassar Mich., was killed in an auto accident near Vassar. The accident occured when the Carter car crashed into a car driven by Afton E. Croyer and his wife, Marie, of Midland, Mich., both being injured.
Mr. Carter, a barber, spent his early life in Bryan and was a brother of Rose and Meta [Metta] Carter, living at the family home on the corner of East Bryan and Cherry Sts. Several years ago he spent the winter here with his daughter, Mrs. Dorothy Wright and family.
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