Hooper-Carter-White in Virginia 1700s
George Carter of Mecklenburg Co., VA, died 1771, was married to Lucy Marshall. They had the following two daughters that married into the Hooper family:
1. Mary Carter (married 1st to Richard Ingram of Lunenburg, VA; 2nd married to Matthew Turner in 1798) married 3rd to John Hooper in 1806 in Mecklenburg, VA, the son of Obadiah Hooper Sr. (They moved to Franklin Co., GA in 1810.)
2. Elizabeth Carter married (prior to 1782) Obadiah Hooper Jr., brother to John Hooper above. (They too moved to Franklin Co., GA.
Obadiah Hooper Sr.(6 Apr 1720-6 Apr 1803) & Massilva Brookes (ca 1723-bef Jul 1800) also had a daughter:
1. "Mary" Maruvula Elizabeth Hooper, born ca 1744/46 in Hanover, Lunenburg Co., VA, died ca 1849 in Clark Co., GA. She married c.1761 William White Sr., born in 1743 in Lunenburg Co., VA, died in Nov 1818 in Franklin Co, GA.
William White's father, John White (died March 5, 1791: WB 4/134 in Lunenburg, VA) was married c.1742 in Lunenburg, VA, to Phoebe Carter. Relationship between this Phoebe Carter and George Carter of Mecklenburg, VA is currently unknown. John White and Phoebe Carter had another son:
1. Carter White married Mary Wilkes (1770 - 1832) in Lunenburg, VA, on May 16, 1799. Mary Wilkes is the daughter of Minor Wilkes and Phoebe Stone.
There is a Phoebe Carter who marries Presley Jeter in Amelia Co., VA on October 29, 1783. In the book, The Jeter Mosaic, is states that this Phoebe Carter is the granddaughter of Minor Wilkes and Phoebe Stone. This seems unlikely because Minor Wilkes and Phoebe Stone were married c.1759 and according to this same Jeter Mosaic, this Phoebe Carter was born December 1, 1751. (Phoebe later marries a Mr. Hatchett after the death of Presley Jeter in 1808; she dies in Lunenburg Co., VA in 1819.) Still, despite the Jeter Mosaic being in error in this regard, the coincidence of a different Phoebe Carter (wife of John White), who is the mother-in-law of the daughter of Minor Wilkes and Phoebe Stone (Mary Wilkes, who married Carter White) is remarkable.
Ultimately, I am hoping to tie all these Carters together.