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Family Sheet

HUSBAND
Name: Leora Carter Note Born: 3 Jan 1893 at Greenfield, , Adair, IA Married: 11 Oct 1917 at Fairbury, , Jefferson , NE Died: 12 Sep 1918 at Argon Forrest, , Thiaucour, Meurthe Mose Father: Harry F. Carter Mother: Eldora Carter
WIFE
Name: Sarah August Wright Note Born: 24 Aug 1896 at Memphis, , Saunders, NB Died: 7 Nov 1976 at Omaha, , Douglas, NB Other Spouses: Homer Hiram Duling Archibald Lloyd Scoggins Charles Ellis Wagner Delbert Victor Pavey Father: Leroy Singleton Wright Mother: Mahala Barbara Maharg
CHILDREN
Name: Wilber Wright Carter Born: 18 May 1918 at Alexandria, , Thayer, NB Died: 22 Oct 1964 at Grand Island, , Hall, NB Wife: Enid Verbenia Palmer
NOTES
1). Leora Carter was killed in France on September 12, 1 9 1 8 d u ring WWI. Only eleven months and one day after ma rr yi ng S ar ah Augusta Wright and just 3 months and 25 da y s aft er th e b irth of his son Wilber Wright Carter. Leo r a is bu ried i n France in a Military Cemetary. Marion Pa t Scogg ins ha s a n ewspaper clipping dealing with Leo ra s mothe r going t o Fran ce to visit the grave site. In the late 1920s the War Department of the United St a t e s c ompiled a list of mothers and widows of decease d so ld ie rs k illed in World War I and offered to send th em t o th ei r love d one s final resting place in Europe. Database Full Context of American WWI Mothers Pilgri m a g e , 1930 Surname Carter Given Name Mrs Eldora Address 1 3 1 0 E 4 t h St City Fairbury County Jefferson State N E R el ations hi p Mother Surname Deceased Carter Given N am e Dec eased Leo ra Rank Pvt Organization Co. K, 355t h I nf Cem etery St. M ihiel Desires Pilgrimage 1930 Des ire s Pilgri mage L ater Yes
2).  Sarah was born weighing 6.25 lbs at 1 00pm.  Dr. Ge o r g e W . Meredith was the attending doctor.  Sarah was m ar ri e d twi ce before she married Archie LLoyd Scoggins .  Co nta c t Jacqu eline for more information on this line  Sarah  s first marriage was in the Baptist Parsonag e .  R e v . J. F. Parker preformed the ceremony at 10 00p m .  Eldo r a C arter  Leora  s mother  and Mrs. J. F. Pard e r were wit ne sses .  Sarah wore a light blue Crepe dress.  Sarah  s 2nd marriage was at St. Lukes Methodist Episc o p a l C hurch Parsonage with Rev. Carl F. Bader officiati n g .  W itne sses were A.J. Wright, and Pearl Wright, Sara h    s broth er an d his wife. Sarah wore a Brown Crepe dre s s .  Fifty t hree days after marrying Homer Duling, Sar a h wa s shot in t he hea d at approximately 5 00am on Jul y 2 3, 19 22 while liv ing a t 1032 Lake Street in Lincoln , Neb raska .  There are s evera l newspaper clippings avai labl e abou t this event an d the fo llowing trial.  Home r was a ccuse d of doing the sho oting. Sa rah divorced Hom er.  Services held after Sarah  s death were held at the Apfe l   B u tler Geddes Funeral Home at Grand Island, Nebrask a .  Re v . D onald Jones officiated. Soloist was Jean Prei se ndorf , o rgan ist was Mrs. Betty Powell.  Sarah died o f lu ng can cer .  William Scoggins may have a photo of he r hea dstone . Sar ah is b uried in Ashland, Nebraska.  According to Doug Miller,  Sarah was a blazing red h e a d w h o smoked Pall Mall cigarettes and drank beer an d w a s a ha r d worker.  He lived with her during the summ e r o f 1970 af te r he got out of the service. A descripti o n o f Sarah fro m h ergrand daughter Deborah Rollf  Bure sh   in cludes the f act s that she like to cook, drink, an d s moke . She was kin d, l oving, and grandmotherly.  Debo ra h als o describes he r as sh ort and chubby with long, s hou lder l ength hair an d glasses.

						

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