Re: George, John, Charles Carter in Amelia, Virginia 1700s
Peyton - I really appreciate your catching my mistake. You are absolutely correct about my confusion, and I do know better. That's why a second pair of eyes helps so much in editing.
In my last paragraph in message 22762 above, every instance of my saying "Charles Carter" should instead read "George Carter" - so thank you so much for pointing out the error!
What I was trying to show was that George Carter [ca 1732-1771] of Lunenburg and Brunswick Counties, Virginia had a brother John. This George Carter also had a son Charles and nephew John Carter mentioned in his 1771 probated will. And this Lunenburg/Brunswick Carter family did have a Stone family interaction through the daughter Catherine (Carter) (Arrington) Farrar.
That is why it would be easy to think there was a connection to the John/George/Charles Carter and Mrs. Catherine (Evans?) Carter of Caroline, Amelia, and Chesterfield Counties, VA that you mentioned in your message in your message 22761 above in this thread.
But that John Carter you mention was dead in 1750, so cannot be identical to the brother John of Lunenburg/Brunswick George Carter, who was yet alive when Lunenburg/Brunswick George Carter wrote his will in April 1771.
Just my effort to sort out and keep straight the Carters who intermarried with the Hoopers of Lunenburg/Mecklenburg Counties in Virginia.
So sad none of these Carters used given named like Karenhappuch or Salathiel so that we could more easily decipher which family is which.