Civil War Vet
Green Carver, son of John CARVER and Nancy CLAYTON was born June 09, 1828 in North Carolina. Green Carver married (1st wife), Lousia POWELL and (2nd wife) Martha L. STAPP, daughter of William Stapp and Mary Maxwell on November 21, 1855.
Green Carver, a horseman or rider in the cavalry for the Confederates during the Civil War. Green served with MCCAA Rangers, CO. "D", 8th Confederate Regiment Cavalry. Mustered into service NOV 14, 1861, he would have been 33 years old. The MCCAA Rangers served under General Joe Wheeler. Green was listed at muster as 3rd Sgt, later he is listed as being in Co. "I" of the 7th Alabama Cavalry, under the command of Colonel Hodgson's Regiment, of the Nathan Bedford Forrest Brigade. Records indicate that he furnished his own horse .. and a valuable one, at that.
Green Carver and his sons have moved to Gordo, Alabama and opened a general store called, "Carver and Sons". Store went bankrupt when people recessi...
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Green Carver's Ancestor Chart
Green Carver of McCaa Rangers: Co.'D', 8th Regt Cavalry - muster 14 Nov 1861
3rd Sergeant Green Carver
Fold3.com; Green Carver, Confederate Service Records, Page 4 - 6, Company I 7th Regiment Alabama Cavalry
Fold3.com; Green Carver, Confederate Service Records, Page 1 - 3, Company I 7th Regiment Alabama Calvary
1200 DPI image cut from "Carver & Jones Family Reunion" at Liberty Church, Gordo, Pickens, Alabama. Green Carver with his son, Reverand James "Jim" Monroe Carver.
Obituary of Green Carver (1828 - 1904) from the (WAB) West Alabama Breeze, published in Northport, Tuscaloosa County, Alabama on 11 January 1905
Green Carver Family, Pg 126-27 Pickens County Heritage Book, 385 Pgs. Volume 54 of Heritage of Alabama Series Published by Heritage Pub. Consultants in 1999 in Clanton, Alabama