[Newspaper]: Gainesville News, 3 Nov. 1915, page 1.
[Headline]: "Mrs. John Carter Dead."
[Name]: Mrs. John Carter.
[Death]: "Thursday afternoon" [preceding obituary of Wednesday, 3 November 1915]
[Death date estimated]: Thursday, 28 October 1915.
"Mrs. Carter was born in Clay county, North Carolina, August 8, 1828, and was therefore in her sixty-seventh year. She and Mr. Carter were married December 8, 1869, and have nine children, all of whom are living. They are: Mr. J. S. Carter of Westminister, S. C.; Dr. W. J. Carter of Uraguayma, Brazil; Messrs F. H. and R. C. Carter of Walhalla, S. C.; Mrs. S. E. Stephens of Pingtu, China; Mrs. E. L. Morgan of Laichowfu, China; Mrs. W. F. Tanner of Columbia, S. C.; Misses Florrie and Winnie Carter and Mr. John Carter of Gainesville. Two of the daughters--Mrs. Stephens and Mrs. Morgan--are foreign missionaries and have been in China for several years."
[Church: First Baptist; church service praised, etc.].
[Funeral]: (at the family home) [Gainesville, Georgia], Friday afternoon [est. 29 October 1915].
[Interment]: Westminister, S. C. [body taken by train Saturday morning].
"Mrs. John Carter Dead," in *Gainesville News* [Gainesville, Georgia], 3 Nov. 1915, page 1. http://dlg.galileo.usg.edu/ngnewspapers/id:gvc1915-0344 (accessed 4 Dec. 2016).