Thomas Bothwell Jeter, 18271883 (aged 55 years)

Thomas Bothwell Jeter
Name
Thomas Bothwell /Jeter/
Birth October 13, 1827 31 24
Occupation
Lawyer

Political Party
Democrat

Birth of a brotherBerry Argivis Jeter
April 11, 1829 (aged 1 year)

Birth of a sisterEaletha Adelina Eugenia Jeter
August 24, 1831 (aged 3 years)

Birth of a sisterMary Adella Jeter
June 9, 1836 (aged 8 years)

Birth of a sisterArsinoe Marcella Jeter
July 25, 1841 (aged 13 years)
Death of a fatherRev. John Crosby Jeter
September 12, 1845 (aged 17 years)
Education 1846 (aged 18 years)

School or college: South Carolina College (University of South Carolina)
Occupation
President
1848 (aged 20 years)

Employer: Spartanburg and Union Railroad
Marriage of a siblingFrancis Camillus Preacher Kay JeterMary Elizabeth Lizzie AtkinsonView this family
February 6, 1849 (aged 21 years)

Marriage of a siblingDr. Daniel R. SartorEaletha Adelina Eugenia JeterView this family
November 15, 1849 (aged 22 years)

Death of a sisterEaletha Adelina Eugenia Jeter
September 12, 1850 (aged 22 years)
Death of a motherElizabeth Gallman
October 1, 1852 (aged 24 years)
Occupation
Representative
1856 (aged 28 years)

Employer: South Carolina House of Representatives
Marriage of a siblingDr. Pierce Pickens ButlerArsinoe Marcella JeterView this family
October 18, 1860 (aged 33 years)
Military
Captain of infantry
1861 (aged 33 years)

Agency: Confederate Army
Note: American Civil War
Marriage of a siblingBerry Argivis JeterMary HillView this family
1870 (aged 42 years)

Occupation
Governor
1880 (aged 52 years)

Employer: South Carolina
Note: Only served as governor for three months after pre…

Only served as governor for three months after previous governor William Dunlap Simpson resigned from office.

At the time he was the Lieutenant Governor. He became the Lieutenant Governor in 1879 when the current Lieutenant Governor William Dunlap Simpson replaced Governor Wade Hampton who had resigned.

Occupation
Senator
between 1872 and 1882 (aged 54 years)

Employer: South Carolina Senate
Death of a brotherBerry Argivis Jeter
June 29, 1872 (aged 44 years)

Death May 20, 1883 (aged 55 years)
Burial
Title
Gov.

Family with parents
father
17951845
Birth: December 15, 1795 36 30
Death: September 12, 1845Jeter Cemetery, Santuc, Union County, South Carolina, USA
mother
Marriage
Marriage: December 23, 1823
sister
younger sister
Arsinoe Marcella Jeter - Gravestone
18411917
Birth: July 25, 1841 45 38Union, South Carolina, USA
Death: November 20, 1917Greenville, South Carolina, USA
-17 years
elder brother
18251891
Birth: February 27, 1825 29 21
Death: September 26, 1891Jeter Cemetery, Santuc, Union County, South Carolina, USA
3 years
himself
Thomas Bothwell Jeter
18271883
Birth: October 13, 1827 31 24Union District, South Carolina, USA
Death: May 20, 1883Presbyterian Cemetery, Union, South Carolina, USA
18 months
younger brother
Berry Argivus Jeter
18291872
Birth: April 11, 1829 33 25
Death: June 29, 1872
2 years
younger sister
18311850
Birth: August 24, 1831 35 28
Death: September 12, 1850Jeter Cemetery, Santuc, Union County, South Carolina, USA
5 years
younger sister
Family with Ann H Thomson
himself
Thomas Bothwell Jeter
18271883
Birth: October 13, 1827 31 24Union District, South Carolina, USA
Death: May 20, 1883Presbyterian Cemetery, Union, South Carolina, USA
partner
18321918
Birth: April 22, 1832
Death: May 22, 1918Presbyterian Cemetery, Union, South Carolina, USA
Military

American Civil War

Occupation

Only served as governor for three months after previous governor William Dunlap Simpson resigned from office.

At the time he was the Lieutenant Governor. He became the Lieutenant Governor in 1879 when the current Lieutenant Governor William Dunlap Simpson replaced Governor Wade Hampton who had resigned.