I am looking for information on Matilda Carter daughter of John Carter and Hebe Grayson Matida was married to Lewis Beckwith of the Jonathan Beckwith and Marmaduke Brockenbrough Beckwith line.Matilda was grandaughter of Councillor Carter.Their families were from maryland Virginia and Kentucky any information on the Carter line or Beckwith side would be appreciated.
B-210: 19 Sept. 1849, Robert G. Carter and wife Sophia to Allen Duncan, all Carter Co. KY, for $1 and other valuable consideration, pursuant to title bond 10 Aug. 1847, deed two town lots in town of Greyson, Carter Co. KY, known as lots 64 and 65, each 50 feet front by 132 feet deep. No wit. (FHL film 344,056)
B-262: 13 Dec. 1848, Robert G. Carter in trust to Allen Duncan, for a good consideration, 179 acres land on SE corner of 50 acres sold to S.N. Goble, George Marten's SE corner, for the sole benefit of Lousa Beckwith, the wife of Arthur C. Beckwith and her children now in being or hereafter begotten, for the life of Arthur C. Beckwith, and then to said Lousa and her children by said Beckwith, reserving the iron ore and coal to Carter. /s/ Robert G. Carter, Sophia Carter. (FHL film 344,056)
 John Nicholas Hord (Willis , William , William , John ), b. February 3, 1806; m. December 27, 1828, Ann Lewis Beckwith, granddaughter of Councillor Carter, of Virginia. Children:
 Lewis Beckwith Hord.
 Mary Willis Hord.
 Bainton Matilda Hord.
 Arthur Almerin Hord; b. April 9, 1838, d. October 8, 1856.
 John Willis Hord.
 William Thomas Taylor Hord.
 Frank Joyce Hord.
Greenup County certification of a six page document as the answer of Alfred E. Carter to a bill against him by Matilda Beckwith who gave him power of attorney in 1824 for the purpose of collection a claim due her from the estate of her farther, Jno. Carter. This certification was given in 1832. [Container File Folder 3 of 8]
HEBE CARTER-Will Book D, page 426-Names six children; land in Greenup County, any land I may have inherited in Maryland or Virginia from my uncle, General Smallwood; land owned in these states and elsewhere; young friend, Susan Peers; cousin, Mrs. Eleanor Peers; Mr. Lyle to educate my children; Benjamin Peers, 4th son of my friends; Mr. James Barns, (religious instructor); brother, Robert. Written October 12, 1813. Proved November, 1813. Executors: Rev. John Lyle, Robert Trimble, Valentine Peers. Witnesses-Thomas Holt, Andrew Todd.
ROBT CARTER-Will Book H, page 196-Names wife, Susannah; son, Thos. Carter, slave in possession of James Carter; my children and their children. Written February 19, 1829. Proved April, 1829. Witnesses-Robt. Toliaferro, R. Bridges.
21. (Folded sheet) Last Will and Testament of Hebe Carter. Leaves all property to her 6 children. To raise money for debts may sell property that is not related to Little Sandy Salt Works. Slave Betsey to receive her freedom. Her 2 children are to remain with her till old enough to labour [sic] and are then to go to religious families. States that they will receive their freedom at the usual time given to literate young servants. Susan Peers receives "girl" Rachael until of age to"literate" at which time she gains her freedom. She is to be educated at Hebe Carters expense. Cousin Eleanor Peers receives a carriage to be repaired if worth the expense, all the household furniture, except stated items for daughter. Children to be educated and Benjamin Peers to receive education at Hebe Carters expense. A piano to be bought out of resources for Susan Peers. Executor to determine extent of education of children. Wants Mr. James Barns or some other religious young man to live with children and assist them in their studies. Rev. Lyle Robert Trimble and Valentine Peers made executors of will. Signed by Hebe Carter October 12th 1813. Witnessed and signed by Thos Holt and Andw Todds. Note that will was recorded in court. Signed by Thos P Smith DCBC
(Address) Hebe Carter will
22. (Folded sheet with watermark T&S) Hebe Carter appoints Valentine Peers as attorney in all things relating to Little Sandy River property. September 4th 1812. Signed by Hebe Carter. Note states this letter was recorded. Signed by Garrard Jones DCBC October 16th 1812
(Address) Carter to [Z L.?] Attorney Peers [ Ack.oo V. O. h. ] October 16th 1812 Recorded Book E follio 76 y En.o
23. (Folded sheet) Kentucky Clerks Office of the court of appeals. Amendment by Carter Heirs of complaint. Alfred Carter, Robert Carter, John Carter, William G. Carter, Landen Carter, Hebe L. Carter. States Peers owes them money relating to estate. Signed Grayson for [Compth?] Dated December 25th 1823
24. (Single sheet with watermark U&W) Inventory and appraisement for sundry articles property of Carter will articles directed by will to be preserved for daughter Hebe Carter.
25. (Single Sheet) Estate of W. Carter to V. Peers. Lists date, costs and what cost is for. Note on back asking for witness to state that Valentine Peers went to trials, was a good executor and that it was a tiring, hard job.
(Address) Accts. Not yet settled with estate of Mrs Carter but copy filled in Greenup court. April Term 1826
26. (Single sheet) Misters Mont + Bruce to Hebe Carter 1813. States rent due a/c Mont & Bruce