(SISTER OF NATHAN FRANKLIN CARSON)
1438 Sir James mor McDONALD, Second Baronet of Sleat, Lord of the Isles, was born 1643 on the Isle of Skye, Scotland. The name of his wife is unknown. They had one known son:
+1439 Roderick McDONALD
McDONALD was born in 1693. The name of his wife is unknown. They
had one known son:
+1440 John McDONALD
1440 John McDonald
was born 1733 on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. The name of his wife
is unknown. They had one known son:
+1437 Rory McDONALD
1437 Rory McDONALD was
born 1704 on the Isle of Skye in Scotland. The name of his wife is
unknown. They had one known son:
+1433 Donald McDONALD
1433 Donald McDONALD
was born in Scotland and married (1436) Kezia Robinson (or Robertson),
in 1760 in Richmond County, North Carolina. Donald came to America in 1758
as lieutenant of Grenadiers in Montgomery's Regiment to help put down the
rebellion. The name of his wife is not known. They had one known
+1441 Eli McDONALD
1441 Eli McDONALD was born on 19 Dec., 1773 and
died in 1842 in Greene County, Alabama. He was married to (1442) Mary
Ann (Bostick) McDONALD on 6 Feb., 1800 in Richmond County, North
Carolina. Mary Ann's father was James Bostick, a
revolutionary War soldier. James was born in 1750 in Queen Anne Co.,
Maryland and died in 1823 in Richmond County, North Carolina, and was married to
Comfort (Mnu) Bostick in 1767. Comfort was born in about 1751 and
died after 1823. Mary Ann was born in Anson County, North Carolina. Eli
and Mary Ann had 7 sons and 2 daughters. One son was:
+20 James Bostick McDONALD, who
married (66) Sarah Ann Swan (Carson)
66 Sarah Ann Swan (Carson) McDONALD (see photo
album) was born on
17 Nov., 1816 in South Carolina, and died in 1897 in Mississippi. She was
married to (20) James Bostick McDONALD on 12 Nov., 1832 in Greene County,
Alabama. James was born in 1803 in North Carolina and died on 20 July, 1861 in
Lauderdale County, Mississippi and is buried there on the home place. Sarah Ann was probably buried in
Lauderdale County, also.
Sarah and James lived near Enterprise, Coffee Co., Alabama when they
married, then in Marion County, Mississippi, where they lived until their
deaths. They had 14 children, of whom four died and were buried on the home
place. One child is buried in Alabama, one in Texas, and six in Pace's
Cemetery, (Now Fellowship Cemetery), Lauderdale Co., Mississippi. Their children
+21 John McDONALD
+1422 Emily (McDonald) SNOWDEN
1443 Elizabeth (McDonald)
MILES was born in 1837 in Wilcox County, Alabama.
She was married to James J. MILES
1444 Eli McDONALD was born
in 1836 in Wilcox County, Alabama. He was married
to Hannah Polk GILLESPIE in 1867.
1445 William C. (Bill) McDONALD was
born on 22 Nov., 1838 in Wilcox County,
Alabama, and died on 2 March, 1882. He was married to Mary Henderson
GILLESPIE on 22 Nov., 1858.
1446 James McDONALD was born
in 1843 in Wilcox County, Alabama
1447 Mary Ann (McDonald) MILES was
born on 10 Jan., 1847 in Lauderdale
County, Mississippi. She was married to R. Lee MILES
1448 Andrew J. McDONALD was
born in 1845 in Lauderdale County, Mississippi,
and was married to Martha Anderson GILLESPIE.
1449 Nancy T. McDONALD was
born in 1848 in Lauderdale County, Mississippi.
1450 Margaret McDONALD was
born in Lauderdale County, Mississippi.
21 John McDONALD fought with the 13th Mississippi
Infantry during the War Between the States. He was married to (1423) Susan
Hasseltine (King) McDONALD. Their known child was:
+1424 Minnie (McDonald) HAMILTON
1422 Emily (McDonald) SNOWDEN was born on 1 May, 1855 in
Lauderdale County, Mississippi and died at age of 80 years on 26 April, 1936.
she is buried at Pine Grove Baptist Church in Neshoba County, Mississippi.
She was married to (1429) William Harvey SNOWDEN, and had written wrote a
journal on the lives of her parents Sarah Ann and James, which is now the
property of Lamar McDonald, a descendent of Emily's and cousin of (1428) Eileen
Hamilton CARTER, who is included in this chapter, following.
1424 Minnie (MacDonald) HAMILTON married (1430)
Theodore McKnight HAMILTON. One of their known children was:
+1431 Theodore McKnight Jr. HAMILTON
1431 Theodore McKnight Jr. HAMILTON was born in
1903 in Kemper County, Mississippi. He married (1432) Martha McKenzie
HAMILTON, who is still living in Petal (near Hattiesburg) Mississippi, as of
Feb., 2002, although in poor health since 1997, having heart problems and having
lost her sight. She is now being cared for by (1433) Eileen (Hamilton)
CARTER. She is the daughter of (1451) William David McKENZIE, who was born in 1867 in
Perry County, Mississippi, and (1452) Mary Elizabeth (Mixon) McKenzie, who was born in
1875 Their two children were:
+1433 Eileen (Hamilton) CARTER
+1434 David McKnight
1433 Eileen (Hamilton) CARTER was born on 7
Oct., 1942 in Forrest County, Mississippi, and was raised in Petal, just across
the Leaf River from Hattiesburg, Mississippi. She graduated from Petal
High School and the University of Southern Mississippi, and graduated from the
University of Alabama in Birmingham with an MSN. She is a Registered Nurse
(Cardiovascular Clinical Specialist). She married (1435) Dr. William
Larkin Jr. CARTER, MD, and lived for many years in Meridien, Mississippi,
where he practiced medicine. He died in 1996. She has two grown
children and 4 grandchildren who all live in Meridien, 85 miles from Petal.
her hobbies are reading, gardening, playing the flute (since the fifth grade),
and genealogy. With her husband, they loved hunting and fishing. Her
family has been in Petal since her great-great-grandfather Alexander McKenzie
moved there from North Carolina in 1810. Her mother had restored an old
settlers cabin built there in 1846 and it is often visited and used, such as
bivouacs by Confederate re-enactors.
1434 David McKnight HAMILTON lives
on the same home place as his sister, Eileen. He graduated from the
University of Southern Mississippi (USM) and taught music for many years in
several high schools. He got is Masters in piano performance later.
He was teaching at Pascagoula High School in 1974 when his father (and Eileen's)
died, and a year later moved back home to help out with his mother.
He is Church Organist for
St. Paul's Methodist Church in Ocean Springs, Mississippi, and commutes there
twice a week. He accompanies students at USM and has been helping his sister
with their mother. He has never married.
1. The journal of Emily
McDonald Snowden, daughter of Sarah Ann Swan (Carson)
McDonald, and granddaughter of John C.