Search for content in message boards

Carmans in South Carolina

Carmans in South Carolina

Posted: 14 Nov 2000 6:50AM GMT
Edited: 13 Sep 2003 2:39AM GMT
Seeking information on the Carmans that settled in the Greenville/Spartanburg area of South Carolina.

John Melton Carman (b. .1815 d. 1884) was born in SC, but his sister was born about 1810 in Tennessee.

Who was John Melton's father? My theory is that his father is the long, lost Joseph Carman originally from Jefferson County, TN.

I have a lot of information on John Melton's descendants if interested.

E-Mail Address

Posted: 14 Nov 2000 7:42AM GMT
Edited: 13 Sep 2003 2:39AM GMT
My e-mail address is kylby@bellsouth.net.

Carmans in South Carolina

Posted: 8 Apr 2001 4:49PM GMT
Edited: 25 Mar 2002 1:26AM GMT
Jefferson Frank Carman married to Mary E. Tripp , are my great grandparents. Have some
information. Do you have any information?
Would like to know where in England they came
from.

Carmans in South Carolina

Posted: 8 Apr 2001 5:49PM GMT
Edited: 13 Sep 2003 2:39AM GMT
Where are your Carmans from? Mine lived in Greenville District (now Greenville and Spartanburg Counties) mostly in what is now Greer, SC. I'll be glad to share what I have if you are interested.

I am 99.99% certain that my Carman line are related to the Jefferson County, TN Carmans. The father of John Melton Carman is a Joseph Carman (born in TN). It just so happens that of the Jefferson County Carmans, Joseph is the only son that no one knows what happened to.

If my Carman line is indeed related to the Jefferson County Carmans, this Carman family descended from John Carman (b. 1606 in Bishops Stoke Parish, Hampshire, England). These Carmans founded Hempstead, Long Island, NY.

This is a well documented family. For more information, visit the web site at http://home.att.net/~carman_family_history/

carmans in s c

Posted: 13 Apr 2001 10:11AM GMT
Edited: 25 Mar 2002 1:26AM GMT
thank you for your reply, and happy easter.
my grand parents came from greenville s.c..
this is my carman line.
Jefferson franklin carman b.1 jan 1846,d 28
march 1919 greenville s.c. married 16 june
1867 to mary e. tripp b. 21 june 1846 d.------ 1920 greenvillie s.c.
children from marriage:
J.









tylor carman b. 31 March 1868 Greenville
e.domer b. 31 march 1870 " "
james henry b. 27 aug. 1872 Easley s.C.
robert f. b. 7 may 1875
n. hubert b. 27 march 1878
g. walter b. 13 june 1880
m. augustus b.13 march 1883
infant daughter b. 17 jan. 1886
mary elizabeth b. 13 sept. 1887
my grand father was james henry.

now for the james henry family:
james henry carman b. 27 aug. 1872
d. 24 march 1947 easly s.c., atlanta ga.
married 16 sept. 1894 at atlanta.
mary catherine archibald b. 3 sept. 1877
d. 8 march 1949 Des Moines iowa, atlanta ga.
their children are as follows, all born in
atlanta, ga..
frank carman b. march 1895, d. march 1895
ellen mae b. 31 jan. 1897, d.7 dec. 1969
mary elizabeth b. 8 may 1898, d 6 aug. 1976
charles franklin b. 29 june 1900, d. 5 april
1973
james henry jr. b.22 dec. 1903, d. ------1979
elizabeth euphemia b. 12 feb. 1902 d. 3 march
1976
mary catherine b. 21 nov. 1905, d. 13 march
1987
fred francis b. 31 aug. 1908, d. 22 sept. 1976
alexander archibald b. 2 july 1911, d 1 march 1976
agnes lilly b. 5 feb. 1913, d.------------
claud guinan b. 22 jan. 1915, d. 14 feb. 1986
william arnold b. 2 april 1917, d. 13 sept.
1977
dorothy ceillia b. 16 sept. 1919, d. 8 feb.
1997
theresa b. 27 oct. 1921, d. -------------

charles f. carman is my father. the carmans
in greenvillie s.c. were carpenters. when
work ranout james h. and his cousins went to
atlanta looking for work. grandfather went to
work for thw l & n railroad as a box car repairman. his cousins started construction
companys. they are still in business today.
i hope this will help, please let me know if
we are related.

charles m. carman

Carmans in SC

Posted: 16 Apr 2001 6:31PM GMT
Edited: 13 Sep 2003 2:39AM GMT
Mr. Carman,

You provided me with some very interesting information.

Do you by any chance know who Jefferson Franklin's father is. My 3 great grandfather, John Landrum Carman, was born in 1846. His father was John Melton Carman (b.1815 in TN).

Your's is the first Carman line in the Greenville area that I've come across that isn't a desendant of John Melton. This makes me wonder if Jefferson Franklin's father was a brother to John Melton.

I know that John Melton had,what I believe to be, a spinster sister named Lucinda (b. abt 1809)in TN. She lived in his household on the 1860 or 1870 census.

I believe that John Melton and Lucinda are the children of Joseph Carman from Jefferson County, TN. He is the only child from his family that it is unknown what happened to him. I have found a Joseph Carman of the close age of this Jefferson County Joseph Carman in the Greenville County, SC area and I do know that a Joseph Carman is the father of both John Melton and Lucinda.

Any information you might have on John Franklin's father could fill in the blanks. I do believe that he is at least a nephew of my John Melton.

Thanks,

Jamie Tierce

Re: carmans in s c

Posted: 31 Oct 2001 9:26PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Aug 2002 6:08PM GMT
Jefferson Frank Carman is my gg-grandfather. My g-grandfather is his son, George Walter Carman. The other children of J.F. Carman that I am aware of (from the 1910 census) are:

Taylor, Henry, William H., and Mary Elizabeth.

George Walter Carman's son, Samuel Franklin, is my grandfather.

I don't have much more info - have been digging around for a bit, but hope this helps. Anyone that can give me info on Jefferson Frank Carman's father? I'd appreciate it!

Beverly Wirtz

Re: carmans in s c

Posted: 1 Nov 2001 12:49AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 13 Sep 2003 2:39AM GMT
Where are your SC Carman's from?

Re: carmans in s c

Posted: 28 Mar 2002 12:14AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 30 Aug 2002 6:08PM GMT
Jamie,

My Carmans are from the Greenville area - Easley and Pickens as well. My grandfather was Samuel Franklin Carman, son of George Walter Carman, grandson of Jefferson Franklin Carman. I'm trying to run down the parents of Jefferson F. Carman - it's like pulling hen's teeth!

Beverly Wirtz
per page

Find a board about a specific topic

  • Visit our other sites:

© 1997-2014 Ancestry.com | Corporate Information | Privacy | Terms and Conditions