Genealogy of the Cherokee Carter Family

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11 Nathaniel Carter
1112 Alexander Carter. Nannie
2 Jennie Carter. Reuben Tyner
OK 3 David Carter. Jennie Riley                                        |A45
112213 Nathan Tyner. Elizabeth Childers
2 Mary Tyner. Irving, William Riley Butler and John Ramsey
OK 3 Jackson Tyner. Delilah Seabolt and Letitia Gunter nee Keys
4 Eliza Tyner. John Ramsey, Jefferson Hair and Samuel Ward
5 Leroy Tyner. Mary Sanders
113213 Richard Carter. Nannie Coody
2 Alexander Carter*
OK 3 John Ross Carter* Sarah Rogers
4 Benjamin Wisner Carter. Nannie Elliott and Serena Josephine Guy
5 Diana Carter. William Parrott
6 Sallie F. Carter. Looney Rattlinggourd
7 Jefferson Carter. Susie Robertson nee Lowrey and Mary Webb
8 Nannie Carter. James Brown
9 David Tecumseh Carter. Emma Williams Chambers
10 Osceola Carter*
11221314 Lewis Tyner. Sallie Parris and Ellen White
2 Alexander Tyner. Catherine Smith and Jennie Cain
OK 3 Medley Tyner. Nannie Childers
4 Seaborn Thorn Tyner. Elizabeth Bender and Catherine Sampson nee McLish
5 Reuben Bartley Tyner. Mary Ann Rogers and Roxie Ann Pierson
6  Doctor Jayne Tyner
7 Sarah Jane Tyner. John W. Baker and John Thomas
11222314 Eliza Irving. Neeley Denton
2 Cynthia Irving. Isaac William Keys
3 Ruth Ann Butler. Hugh Russell
4 William Butler*
5 Mary Ramsey. Schooler Cobb and Calvin L. Kinyon
11223314 Reuben R. Tyner. Almira Irons
2 Elizabeth Tyner*  Edward Melton
3 Nannie Tyner.. William Pettit
4 Lydia Tyner. Bluford West Rider
5 George W. Tyner. Mary Shaw and Mary Ann Elder

A45. David Carter born in 1807. Married Jennie Riley, born in 1817. He was elected Judge of Tahlequah District in 1 841. Elected Senator from the same district in 1842. He was a Justice of the Supreme Court and also Superintendent of Education from 1836 to 1845. Resigned these to become Editor of the Cherokee Advocate, was Chief Justice of the Cherokee Nation from 1851 to 1854 and was later a Justice of the Supreme Court. He died on February 1, 1867 and his wife died on March 1, 1867.

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MLA Source Citation:

Starr, Emmett. History of the Cherokee Indians and Their Legends and Folk Lore. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma: The Warden Company. 1921 Web. 30 January 2015. - Last updated on Oct 22nd, 2012

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