The Carson Family
From Washington County,
To Rockcastle County, Kentucky
To Jellico, Tennessee
To Davie, Broward County, Florida
Stephen Green Carson
Born: April 29, 1870 in Blue Lick, Rockcastle County, Kentucky
Died: December 05, 1953 in Davie, Broward Co. Florida
Ancestors of Stephen Green Carson:
Great Great Grand Parents: David Carson, born about 1741 and Elizabeth Dysart, born about 1745 in Washington Co., VA
Great Grand Parents: Joseph Carson, born July 02, 1778 in Abingdon, Washington Co., VA and Mary A. Evans, born 16 Nov 1776 in either Washington Co., Virginia or Maryland
Grand Parents: (Preacher) David Carson, born February 04, 1798 in Washington Co, VA and Catherine Lawrence, born June 1801 in Washington Co, VA
Parents: Joseph Carson, born October 12, 1822 in Crab Orchard, Rockcastle Co., KY and Mahala Jane Owens, born July 15, 1826 in Rockcastle Co., KY
Because of lack of work in Kentucky/Tennessee, from June 5th to the 13th of 1925 the Steven Green Carson family and the Thomas Newman Holman family drove to Davie, Florida in two cars. Stephen and Susan and their children Bill, Hazel, and SG were in one car. Newman and Lula and their children Claudia, Millie, Marie, Frankie, Raymond, and Easy were in the other. The trip took eight days. They went to Davie, Florida because the William David Griffin family was already living there.
When Stephen Green Carson died on December 05, 1953, he and Susan had been married for sixty-five years and had a total of twelve children.
The Carson family at the 64th wedding anniversary in June 1952: Lula, Charles, Hazel, Grandma, SG Jr., Grandpa, Linnie, William, and Bess.
Click here to return to Mahala Jane Owens
Click here to return to Preacher David Carson
Click here to return to Joseph Carson, born 1777
Click here to return to David Carson, born 1741
Click here to return to WAM Founders home page
Click here to return to Nose4BS.com home page
Copyright © 2000, Nose4BS.com All Rights Reserved.
Copying or Publishing this information strictly prohibited without written permission from the author.