Eula Claude Jeter, 18721950 (aged 78 years)

Birth January 27, 1872 38 33
Occupation
Farmer

Death of a fatherJames P. Jeter
October 27, 1872 (aged 9 months)
Birth of a sisterAgatha Maude Jeter
June 11, 1873 (aged 1 year)

Death of a brotherEugene Mumford Jeter
September 11, 1892 (aged 20 years)

Birth of a daughterVirginia Pearl Jeter
August 10, 1894 (aged 22 years)

Birth of a sonEula Eugene Jeter
June 26, 1896 (aged 24 years)

Birth of a daughterEthel Ferrol Jeter
August 8, 1898 (aged 26 years)

Birth of a daughterJulia Grace Jeter
November 19, 1900 (aged 28 years)

Birth of a sonErnest Lenwood Jeter
July 15, 1903 (aged 31 years)

Death of a brotherErnest Linwood Jeter
August 1, 1905 (aged 33 years)

Birth of a sonDexter Groves Jeter
January 28, 1910 (aged 38 years)

Death of a motherJulia Frances Ison
April 8, 1927 (aged 55 years)
Death March 29, 1950 (aged 78 years)
Address: Coleman Hospital Rt. 5 Greenville, South Carolina, USA
Eula Claude Jeter - Obituary
Eula Claude Jeter - Obituary

Note: E. C. Jeter

E. C. Jeter Funeral services for E.C. Jeter, 78, retired farmer of the Mountain Creek Church section, will be Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at Mountain Creek Baptist Church. His pastor, the Rev. James B. Ray. will officiate, assisted by Dr. C Frank Pittman and the Rev. J. A. Cave. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons: Harvey Vaughn, I. M. Vaughn, Jr. James Jeter, Leon Jeter, Eugene Jeter and Edwin Jeter. The honorary escort will include the board of deacons and the Men's Bible Class of Mountain Creek Baptist Church, members of Taylors Lodge, AFM. together with Mark Bradley, E. T. Turner F. A. Dickens. J. S. Loftis. Dr. T. E. Coleman, Dr. S. I. Coleman, Wade H. Batson and Asbury Benefield. The active pallbearers and honorary escort have been asked to meet at the church at 2:50 o'clock. Mr. Jeter's death followed three weeks of illness and occurred at 1:50 o'clock Wednesday morning in a Travelers Rest hospital. Born and reared in Union County, he was a son of the late James P. and Julia Frances Ison Jeter. For 45 years he had resided with his family in the Mountain Creek section. Having located there in early life. He was actively engaged in farming until his retirement some years ago. he was a member of Mountain Creek Baptist Church and was a regular attendant as long as his health permitted. He was also a member of Taylors Lodge, AFM. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Janie Allen Jeter he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. H.O. Kimbrell of Greer, Mrs. R. L. DeYoung of Spartanburg. Mrs. Ansel A. Vaughn and Mrs. I. M. Vaughn of Greenville, Rout 5; three sons, E.E. Jeter and E.L. Jeter of Greenville and D.G. Jeter of Ware Shoals; one sister, Mrs. E. M. Wilson of Amory, Miss; 27 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. One hour before the service the body will be placed in the church. Until that time it will be at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home.

Burial March 30, 1950 (1 day after death)
Note: Funeral Director: Thomas McAfee of Greenville, South Carolina.
Family with parents
father
18331872
Birth: October 3, 1833 40 27
Death: October 27, 1872Presbyterian Cemetery, Union, South Carolina, USA
mother
18381927
Birth: November 30, 1838 38 28
Death: April 8, 1927Rosemont Cemetery, Union, South Carolina, USA
Marriage MarriageAugust 10, 1866
brother
elder sister
15 months
elder brother
21 months
elder brother
18711892
Birth: April 17, 1871 37 32
Death: September 11, 1892
10 months
himself
18721950
Birth: January 27, 1872 38 33Union County, South Carolina, USA
Death: March 29, 1950Coleman Hospital, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
17 months
younger sister
Family with Janie Allen
himself
18721950
Birth: January 27, 1872 38 33Union County, South Carolina, USA
Death: March 29, 1950Coleman Hospital, Greenville, South Carolina, USA
wife
daughter
23 months
son
2 years
daughter
2 years
daughter
daughter
Private
son
7 years
son
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Birth: January 28, 1910 38 38
Death: March 15, 1995
Burial

Funeral Director: Thomas McAfee of Greenville, South Carolina.

Death
Death
Note: E. C. Jeter

E. C. Jeter Funeral services for E.C. Jeter, 78, retired farmer of the Mountain Creek Church section, will be Thursday afternoon at 1 o'clock at Mountain Creek Baptist Church. His pastor, the Rev. James B. Ray. will officiate, assisted by Dr. C Frank Pittman and the Rev. J. A. Cave. Interment will be in the church cemetery. Pallbearers will be grandsons: Harvey Vaughn, I. M. Vaughn, Jr. James Jeter, Leon Jeter, Eugene Jeter and Edwin Jeter. The honorary escort will include the board of deacons and the Men's Bible Class of Mountain Creek Baptist Church, members of Taylors Lodge, AFM. together with Mark Bradley, E. T. Turner F. A. Dickens. J. S. Loftis. Dr. T. E. Coleman, Dr. S. I. Coleman, Wade H. Batson and Asbury Benefield. The active pallbearers and honorary escort have been asked to meet at the church at 2:50 o'clock. Mr. Jeter's death followed three weeks of illness and occurred at 1:50 o'clock Wednesday morning in a Travelers Rest hospital. Born and reared in Union County, he was a son of the late James P. and Julia Frances Ison Jeter. For 45 years he had resided with his family in the Mountain Creek section. Having located there in early life. He was actively engaged in farming until his retirement some years ago. he was a member of Mountain Creek Baptist Church and was a regular attendant as long as his health permitted. He was also a member of Taylors Lodge, AFM. In addition to his wife, Mrs. Janie Allen Jeter he is survived by four daughters, Mrs. H.O. Kimbrell of Greer, Mrs. R. L. DeYoung of Spartanburg. Mrs. Ansel A. Vaughn and Mrs. I. M. Vaughn of Greenville, Rout 5; three sons, E.E. Jeter and E.L. Jeter of Greenville and D.G. Jeter of Ware Shoals; one sister, Mrs. E. M. Wilson of Amory, Miss; 27 grandchildren and 26 great-grandchildren. One hour before the service the body will be placed in the church. Until that time it will be at Thomas McAfee Funeral Home.