The Cary, Carter, and Burg Family Tree
Updated February 23, 2013
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Kenneth Cary, son of Leway Cary Sr. and Ada Carter Cary
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- Our families (97 KB)
This tree contains many links to the Cary's including, but not limited to the Carter's, Baldon's, Burg's, Hamilton's and many, many more.
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- Aunt Olivia (69 KB)
Olivia (Cary) Hampton
- Dr. Glendora (Hampton) Carter (250 KB)
- Rev. Elisha Barnes Sr. (6 KB)
This is the only picture I have found of Rev. Elisha Barnes Sr. My 4th great grandfather.
- Uncle Theordore (244 KB)
He and Aunt Olivia at their 55th anniversary to celebrate their marriage.
- My mother's (Ada 'Carter' Cary) obituary (178 KB)
Mama's obituary from the Niagara Gazette Monday, May 10, 1993
- Paul and Al Lipscomb (14 KB)
My two cousins Paul and Al. Two of Aunt Johnnie sons.
- Uncle William "Ty" McKee (65 KB)
My mother's brother Masonic Lodge Gathering
Hiram Lodge #19, F & A M
Davenport, February 4, 1962
Standing, left to right: Charles Jenkins, unknown, Wm. (Ty) McKee
- Leway Jr. (9 KB)
My big brother
- Marlon Cary & family (39 KB)
This is Marlon Cary's (Leway Jr.'s son) first birthday party. Present is his mother Joanne, my mother, his grandmother Ada (with cigarette), myself on the left in the loud shirt and Lolita Owens (my niece).
- Daddy's oldest baby (111 KB)
Jazmin Aisha Cary. The oldest of my children.
- Ada D. Cary (Carter) (25 KB)
My mama, proud of my graduation in 1978.
- Leway Cary Sr. (8 KB)
My father Leway Sr., in California in 1974.
- Uncle William "Ty" McKee (201 KB)
My mother's brother, who died in Davenport, Iowa, Friday, June 8th 1984.
- Veronica Cary (30 KB)
My loving sister "Rita", Reincarnation of my mother.
- Headstone of George and Evelyn Carter (6 KB)
This is the grave and headstone of my grandfather and grandmother. They rest in peace in Charleston, West Virginia.
- Isaac Cary (20 KB)
The first Cary in Texas. This picture will be reproduced. But here is the first known Cary that ever existed.
- My maternal grandfather (George Carter I) (42 KB)
Grandfather George Carter, my mother's father.
- Isaac's grave (100 KB)
Cathy, Samantha, Lexi, Aunt Johnnie and I, visited Isaac's grave site, located in Barnesville Cemetery.
- Chantel Nicole Cary (19 KB)
Daddy's little girl
- Andre Cary (21 KB)
Our cousin Andre (son of Carl and grandson of Cephus Cary and Martha Hearn).
- The Cary girls (40 KB)
Samantha, Lexi, Aunt Johnnie, Aunt Elsie Mae, Aunt Olivia
- Cousin Carl (28 KB)
Father and son, both named Carl, are the son and grandson of Cephus Cary.
- My Grandmother Shirley (Pemberton) Cary (8 KB)
This is the only picture that I've been able to locate of her.
- Cary Girls (48 KB)
This is Martha (Hearn) Cary (mother of Carl, Doreatha, and the late Travis Cary), with Doretha, Kimberly and Alexa, the newest edition of the Cary family.
- Rehna Cary (15 KB)
Daughter of Carl and granddaughter of Cephus Cary.
- Xavier Cary (41 KB)
- Alexandra Veronica Cary (98 KB)
My little young lady.
- Sharon Burg (Wells) (24 KB)
My mother-in law with Cathy. Alexandra and Samantha's grandmother.
- Grandfather Spencer Cary and us (39 KB)
This is my grandfather Spencer Cary at the age of 22.
- Catherine Cary (22 KB)
- My Great-Great Grandmother Tobitha (Higgs) Cary (12 KB)
This is my father's (Leway), fathers (Spencer), Mother (i.e. Henry Cary's wife). After the early death of my great grandfather Henry, she remarried and became a Crenshaw.
- The family Grows (27 KB)
Rozette and Carl Sr. with Jessica and little Carl.
- Samantha Grace Cary (51 KB)
Daddy's youngest and last.
- Marker to Barnesville Cemetery (98 KB)
Barnesville Cemetery is the cemetery that was created by my 4th Great grandfather Elisha Barnes. Many generations of Cary's are buried here.
- Isaac Cary Property (1892) (536 KB)
On the tax rolls for 1892, I've located Isaac Cary owning about 104 acres of land in Red River County. Also listed is his two sons, Robert (Robb) and Henry (my great grandfather). The worth in those days were $250.00.
- Ed Burg (248 KB)
Big Ed, my girls grandfather and an all round great guy.
- St. Paul Church (103 KB)
This is the church that my 4th Great Grandfather, founded in 1867, just after slavery ended.
- Barnes, Higgs register to vote (742 KB)
Ever wonder if your ancestors registered to vote. THEY DID. HAVE YOU???
This is a list from 1867 of registered voters including our ancestors Elisha Barnes Sr., Elisha Barnes Jr. and William Higgs. Whats interesting, is that I am able to figure out that our relatives was brought to Texas around 1847. On another link, I will show Isaac Cary. His information is even more interesting. Some information that is on the document that is not shown is that Elisha Barnes Sr. was from North Carolina, Elisha Barnes Jr. was born in Alabama and William Higgs was from the Choctaw Nation. Also, while William was in Texas for 20 years (1847), he was only in Red River County for 10 years. Stay tuned. I'm searching for more of his information.
- Virginia (452 KB)
My girls great grandmother with her grand daughter, my wife, Cathy.
- Margareet Cary (22 KB)
Isaac Cary's wife, my Great-Great grandmother.
- Isaac Cary and Benjamin Robinett register to Vote (250 KB)
Our ancestors registered to vote. While they were only able to make an x next to their name, they did register to vote. According to these records, both men stated that they had been in Texas for 20 years. If 20 years is correct, then that would have made Isaac somewhere between the age of 10 and 20 when he arrived in Texas as a slave. Benjamin, I not sure at this moment, but he says that he birthplace was Missouri, while Isaac's was Virginia.
- GrandDad Spencer's house (50 KB)
This is what the house looks like after he built in the early 60's before his death in 1961.
- Uncle Kenny and Martisha (12 KB)
Martisha and I meet in Washington D.C. after I bring my father to meet her.
- Uncle Cephus Cary (18 KB)
Uncle Cephus Cary and I
- Grandfather and Granddaughter (306 KB)
My dad and Marticha (his granddaughter) meet for the first time in Washington D.C., October 2003
- Our cousin Chris (307 KB)
Chris Carter (Glendora's son) NFL player.
- Xavier (37 KB)
- Isaac Cary on 1870 Texas Census (267 KB)
This document is a copy of the census that was taken in Red River County Texas, showing, Great-Great Grandfather Isaac (Isaaic), Great-Great Grandmother Margaret, Great Grandfather Henry, Spencer and Parthenia.
- Cary family (591 KB)
Our trip to florida 06
- Barnes and Higgs on 1870 Texas Census (250 KB)
The 1870 Texas Census, showing the entries for two relatives. 3rd Great Grandfather Elisha Barnes Jr. and Great-Great Grandfather William (Wm) Higgs. It also shows the wife of Elisha Jr., Charity, and children, Alex, Mary, Betsy, and William (Wm.).
For Great-Great Grandfather William Higgs, it shows his wife, our Great-Great Grandmother Francis (Daughter of Elisha Barnes Sr.), children James, Arnold, and our Great-Grandmother Tobiatha (Bitha) and Patsy.
- Barnesville Cemetery Names (1 KB)
Attached are names of many of our relatives that are buried in the Barnesville Cemetery. If you know of others that were buried there, please notify me.