William Lorenzo Carter : son of John Sims Carter and Elizabeth Kenyon : brother of Harriet Amelia Carter Dunn. [1997?]

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Griffin, Cleo S. William Lorenzo Carter : son of John Sims Carter and Elizabeth Kenyon : brother of Harriet Amelia Carter Dunn.

William Lorenzo Carter : son of John Sims Carter and Elizabeth Kenyon : brother of Harriet Amelia Carter Dunn. [1997?]

Extracted from two articles on William Lorenzo Carter, one by Phillip[s] Barry in the Journal of American folk lore, entitled "Frozen Charlotte," and a second one from "Who's who in the Doctrine & covenants," by Susan Eastman [i.e. . Easton] Black.

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Carter, William Lorenzo, 1813-

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Barry, Phillips, 1880-1937

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Phillips Barry (1880-1937) was an American ballad scholar. He studied folklore, theology and classical and medieval literature at Harvard and founded the Folk-Song Society of the North-East and edited its Bulletin from 1930 until his death. He collected mainly in New England and collaborated with scholars in Vermont and Maine. (from: Grove Music Online) From the guide to the Songs and ballads from Maine, 1843-1935., (Houghton Library, Harvard College Library, Harvard University) ...

Black, Susan Easton

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Mormon writer of family histories. From the description of Illustrious Forebearers, 1978. (Unknown). WorldCat record id: 122609073 From the guide to the Illustrious Forebearers, 1978, (L. Tom Perry Special Collections) Susan Easton Black became a professor of Brigham Young University in 1978. She holds an Ed. D. from the same university. She is the author of numerous books on the history of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. From the guide ...

Griffin, Cleo S.

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William Lorenzo Carter, born 1813 in Vermont, was a blind minstrel and Mormon convert, and composed the music for the folk ballad, Fair Charlotte (The original poem, called "Young Charlotte" was written by Seba Smith, 1792-1868, a Maine humorist and journalist). Fair Charlotte is known in at least nineteen versions, throughout much of the northern U.S. and parts of Canada. From the description of William Lorenzo Carter : son of John Sims Carter and Elizabeth Kenyon : brother of Harri...