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Mary Lee Brady, Ph.D.

William Carter, born abt 1773









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                    Robert Carter III       

Robert Carter III

Frances Ann Tasker Carter

Frances Tasker Carter (1738–1787) was born in Annapolis, Maryland. Her parents were Benjamin Tasker and Ann Bladen. Benjamin was one of the richest men in the Province of Maryland and a president of the Maryland Council and Provincial Governor of Maryland.[1]

On April 2, 1754, Frances Tasker married Robert Carter of Virginia, the grandson of Robert "King" Carter of Corotoman,[2] from whom he inherited a large estate called Nomini Hall. Robert and Frances Carter also had a house in Williamsburg. They owned a plantation where they had over 100 slaves. Robert was a very honored member of the Virginia Council having been appointed by George II and later George III. They were one of the most wealthy families in all of Virginia.

Robert and Frances Carter had seventeen children, eleven of whom were living when Frances died. The children's names, in order of birth, were Benjamin (born 1757), Robert, Priscilla, Anne, Rebecca, Frances, Betty, Mary, Harriet, Amelia, Rebecca Dulany, John, Sarah, Judith, George, Sophia, and Julia (born 1783).

Frances Carter died at Nomini Hall on October 31, 1787.


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B: 4 Aug 1663
Of, Corotoman, Lancaster, Virginia
D: 4 Aug 1732
Corotoman, Lancaster, Virginia
M: 1725/1726
, Heese, Lancaster, Virginia
B: 1690
Of, Corotoman, Lancaster, Virginia
D: 30 Apr 1743
, , Virginia
M: 1723
Of, Shirley, Charles, Virginia
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B: 1665
, Hesse, Lancaster, Virginia
D: 23 Feb 1699
, Lancaster Co, Va
Edward Hill CARTER
B: 1738
, Corotoman, Lancaster, England
D: 1792
, , Virginia
M: Abt 1756
, , Virginia
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Richard HILL
B: < 1667
<Of, Shirley, Charles, Virginia>
Elizabeth HILL
B: 1703
Of, Shirley, Charles, Virginia
D: 1777
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William CARTER
B: 1773
Of, Albemarle, Virginia
D: 1851
, Bedford, Va
M: 25 Sep 1799
, Rutherford, Nc
B: Abt 1775
, , Va
B: Abt 1738
Of, Corotoman, Lancaster, England

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