Ireneus P. Jeter, 18371862 (aged 24 years)

Birth August 25, 1837 35 31

Birth of a sisterMary Lou Jeter
May 29, 1839 (aged 1 year)

Birth of a brotherJames R. Jeter
October 16, 1841 (aged 4 years)

Birth of a sisterElmira R. Jeter
March 5, 1844 (aged 6 years)

Death of a brotherJames R. Jeter
July 23, 1847 (aged 9 years)
Birth of a sisterAletha Angelina Aggie Jeter
November 23, 1847 (aged 10 years)

Birth of a sisterMartha Madora Jeter
March 6, 1851 (aged 13 years)

Marriage of a siblingReuben Sims Thomas Sr.Frances Elizabeth Helen JeterView this family
December 14, 1854 (aged 17 years)
Death of a brotherJohn Ludolphus Jeter
May 2, 1855 (aged 17 years)

Indiv Note

Tombstone says: "Son of T.C. & Mary Jeter; Died at Richmond, Virginia." Died in Battle at Seven Pines, VA. He served in Company D, 5th Regt., SC Volunteers, C.S.A.

Allen P. Jeter related to me that I.P. Jeter, a dentist, loved to ride the train; in those days, Morganton, NC was the end of the line; I.P. rode to the end of the line and declared that he would live there (Morganton, NC)

Death June 6, 1862 (aged 24 years)
Family with parents
father
18011878
Birth: October 6, 1801 42 36South Carolina, USA
Death: September 28, 1878Tuckertown, Union County, South Carolina, USA
mother
Marriage
Marriage: December 16, 1830
brother
elder sister
3 years
elder brother
18341855
Birth: July 25, 1834 32 28
Death: May 2, 1855
13 months
elder brother
2 years
himself
18371862
Birth: August 25, 1837 35 31
Death: June 6, 1862Tucker Cemetery, Tuckertown, South Carolina, USA
21 months
younger sister
2 years
younger brother
18411847
Birth: October 16, 1841 40 35
Death: July 23, 1847Tucker Cemetery, Tuckertown, South Carolina, USA
2 years
younger sister
4 years
younger sister
18471926
Birth: November 23, 1847 46 41
Death: December 18, 1926Kelly's Chapel Cemetery, Carlisle, South Carolina, USA
3 years
younger sister
Indiv Note

Tombstone says: "Son of T.C. & Mary Jeter; Died at Richmond, Virginia." Died in Battle at Seven Pines, VA. He served in Company D, 5th Regt., SC Volunteers, C.S.A.

Allen P. Jeter related to me that I.P. Jeter, a dentist, loved to ride the train; in those days, Morganton, NC was the end of the line; I.P. rode to the end of the line and declared that he would live there (Morganton, NC)