A5. Mary Jane Dupee:
A5. Mary Jane (Mel) Dupee- (Peter A.)
Born Oct. 28, 1848 in Platte City, Platte Co., Missouri.
Died on July 13, 1936 in Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co., Kansas
Buried in Ozawkie Cemetery in Ozawkie, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Wed Edward Lemon Carter on Mar. 21, 1867 in Jefferson Co.,Ks.
Edward born on Jan. 21, 1843 in Tippecanoe Co., Indiana
Died on March 13, 1923 in Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Notes concerning Mary Jane:
From the Valley Falls Vindicator and the Perry Mirror:
"Mary Jane Dupee Carter, grandmother of Lester Scales of this city and a pioneer resident of Jefferson Co., died at her home near Ozawkie early Monday morning. She was born on Oct. 28, 1848 at Platte City, Mo. where she lived with her parents until she came to Kansas a the age of six years. After the death of her mother she made her home with Grandma Corman in Ozawkie until her marriage to E. L. Carter, a Civil War Veteran, on Mar. 21, 1867. To this union were born seven children, two of them preceding her in death. Mr Carter died on March 13, 1923. Her surviving children are Harry of Kansas City, Ks., Annie Lowe of Perry, Ks., Joe M. of Wickenburg, Ariz., Louella Scales of Meriden, Ks. and James Edward of Garber, Okla., also 15 grandchildren and 11 great grandchildren. She was one of a family of 8 children, 4 sisters and 3 brothers, all of whom preceded her in death.
'Grandma', as she was lovingly known to both old and young, has spent 69 years on this farm where she came as a bride in 1867. A lifetime of service to others and her home (and her home was a home in every sense of the word) always had a warm welcome to strangers or friends who visited her and we, who knew her best, can only say, as James Whitcomb Riley expressed it:
I cannot say and I will not say
That she is dead- she is just away!
With a cheery smile and a wave of the hand
She has wandered onto an unknown land
And left us dreaming how very fair
It needs, must be, since she lingers there
And you- O you, who the wildest yearn
For the old time step and the glad return,
Think of her faring on, as dear
In love of there as the love of here:
Think of her still as the same, I say;
She is not dead-she is just away... END
Mary had been ill for years and recently sustained a broken hip.
A grandson and granddaughter and her husband will provide the music, six grandsons will act as pallbearers and another grandson, the Rev. Everard Carter of Fort Worth, Tex., will officiate at the funeral services which will be at the Ozawkie United Brethren church this Thursday morning at 10 o'clock. burial will be in the Ozawkie Cemetery, Jefferson Co., Ks."
Notes concerning Edward:
EDWARD L. CARTER, farmer and stock-raiser, Section 2, P. O. Oskaloosa, Ks. Among the pioneers of Jefferson County was MR. Thomas Carter, who in 1857 settled with his family one mile and a half west of where the subject of this sketch now resides. Ed. L., his son, is a native of Indiana, and was born in Tippecanoe County, January 21, 1843. This family came to Kansas from Wapello County, Iowa. In 1862, Mr. C. enlisted in Company D., Eleventh Kansas, participating in most of the general engagements of the "Old Eleventh." For several months was in the far West among the Indians, where he was wounded. Was honorably discharged in September, 1865. He was married in Kansas to Miss M. J. DuPea. (Note the spelling)
Mary and Edward's children:
A5a. Ina Carter - (Mary A5, Peter A)
Born Sept. 12, 1867 or Aug. 10, 1867
Died March 7, 1871 in Ozawkie, Ks.
A5b. Harry L. Carter - (Mary A5, Peter A)
Born in Ozawkie, Jefferson Co., Ks.
He was living at 'Piper' in 1891.
Wed Lucilli ? in Kansas.
A5c. Joe E. Carter- (Mary A5, Peter A)
Born April 15, 1871 in Ozawkie, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Wed ? Johnson
Notes concerning Joe:
He may have resided in Topeka, Ks. in 1940.
Notes concerning ? Johnson:
I believe that the following obituary may be that of the mother of ? Johnson-
The Topeka Daily Capital
Monday January 22, 1940
Mrs. C.A. JOHNSON, 72, resident of Shorey community for the past fifty-two years, died late Sunday night at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Milton PALMER, 150 Evelyn Street. She was born in Sweden, March 20, 1869, and came to Kansas when twenty years of age.Surviving are four daughters, Mrs. PALMER, Mrs. Joe CARTER, Miss Anna JOHNSON, all of Topeka; and Mrs. Clarence HIGGINS, Rolla, Kan.; six sons, Milton, Joseph, Frank, John, George and David JOHNSON, all of Topeka; thirty-six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. Services will be 2 p.m., Tuesday, at Conwell's Funeral Home, with interment in Rochester Cemetery.
A5d. Annie Harriett Carter- (Mary A5, Peter A)
Born Jan. 1, 1872 in Ozawkie, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Died Jan, 16, 1952 in Ozawkie, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Wed Jesse Franklin Lowe
Annie & Jesse's child:
A5d1. Fern Lowe
Born March 21, 1904 in Ozawkie, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Died Oct. 1, 1988
Buried in Leavenworth National Cemetery, Leavenworth Co., Ks.
Wed Ernest Langley May 12, 1926 in Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Ernest died Feb. 28, 1984
Buried in Leavenworth National Cemetery, Leavenworth Co., Ks.
Notes concerning Fern:
Oskaloosa- Mrs. Fern Langley, 84, Oskaloosa, died Saturday on Oct. 1, 1988 at her home. She was born on March 21, 1904 in Ozawkie, Ks. to Jesse and Annie Carter Lowe. She spent most of her life in the Oskaloosa and Ozawkie communities. Mrs. Langley was a member of the Rebekah Lodge No. 747, and the auziliary to Larner-Segraves Post No. 36 of the American Legion, of which were both in Oskaloosa. She was married to Ernest Langley on May 12, 1926 in Oskaloosa, Ks. He died on Feb. 28, 1984. Survivors include a niece, Imogene Schafer of Perry, Ks., and two nephews, Roland Ross and Donald Ross, both of Perry. Hampton-Barrett Funeral Home in Oskaloosa is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in Leavenworth National Cemetery. Relatives and friends will meet from 7-8:30 p.m. today at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be made to the auxiliary to Larner-Segraves Post No. 36 of the American Legion in Oskaloosa.
A5e. Josie M. Carter - (Mary A5, Peter A)
Born April 10, 1875 in Ozawkie, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Died June 26, 1964 in Tempe, Maricopa Co., Az
Burial in Double Butte Cemetery in Tempe, Maricopa, Az.
Wed Birdie Mae ? in Arizona.
A5f. Louella C. Carter- (Mary A5, Peter A)
Born May 6, 1878 in Oskaloosa, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Died abt. Sept. 29, 1961 in the Winchester Ks. hospital.
Burial in Meriden, Jefferson Co., Ks.
Wed John Scales Dec. 23, 1896 in Jefferson Co., Ks.
Notes concerning Louella C. Carter:
From the Topeka Capital Journal (9-30-1961):
Mrs. Louella Scales of Meriden, Ks. died Friday in the Winchester hospital. She was 83 and had been in poor health for eight months. She was born May 6, 1878 at Oskaloosa and had lived in the Meriden vicinity for more than 65 years. Mrs. Scales was a member of the United Evangelical Brethren Church of Meriden. She was preceded in death by her husband, John, who died in 1956 and a son, Leo Scales, who died three weeks ago in Kansas City, Kan. Surviving are two daughters: Mrs. Bess Blair of 1716 Lincoln and Mrs. Mary Garrett of Lawrence: a son, Lester Scales of 132 Courtland: two brothers, Ed Carter of Sapulpa, Okla. and Joe Carter of Tempe, Ariz.: four grandchldren and six great-grandchildren. Davidson-Estmoer-Duff Funeral Home will announce arrangements.
Luella & John's children (not in chronological order):
A5f1. Lester Scales- (Luella A5e, Mary A5, Peter A)
A5f2. Bess Scales- (Luella A5e, Mary A5, Peter A)
Wed ? Blair
A5f3. Mary Scales- (Luella A5e, Mary A5, Peter A)
Wed ? Garrett
A5f4. Leo Scales- (Luella A5e, Mary A5, Peter A)
A5g. James Edward 'Eddie' Carter- (Mary A5, Peter A)