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Jesse F. Carter

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Jesse F. Carter
Associate Justice of South Carolina
In office
1927 – November 5, 1943
Preceded byRichard C. Watts
Succeeded byGeorge Dewey Oxner
Personal details
BornSeptember 12, 1873
(near) Lodge, South Carolina
DiedNovember 5, 1943 (1943-11-06) (aged 70)
Spouse(s)Lydia Jenkins
Alma materPeabody College (1900)
University of Nashville (1903)
University of South Carolina (J.D. 1905)

Jesse F. Carter was an associate justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court. He was born to Miles McMillan Carter and Janie Kinard Carter. After local education for grade school, he attended Peabody College in Nashville, Tennessee, graduating in 1900. He periodically worked as a teacher between periods of study. He received his law degree from the University of South Carolina in 1905. He married Lydia Jenkins on October 3, 1911, in Barnwell County. He was active in the Democratic party and served as the chairman of its executive committee for eleven years. In 1925, he was elected to the South Carolina Senate from Bamberg County. He was elected an associate justice of the South Carolina Supreme Court in 1927[1] and served until his death on November 5, 1943.[2]

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References

  1. ^ "Carter Wins Justice Race". Charleston, South Carolina: Evening Post. January 27, 1927. p. 2.
  2. ^ Reports of the Cases Heard and Determined by the Supreme Court of South Carolina (volume 205). Columbia, South Carolina: R.L. Bryan Co. 1945. pp. 551–573.


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