A gentleman was seeking information on the below William H Carter and family on the Warren Co boards, as it is connected with the surname Joubert and since these were "Whitehallers" for some years, I thought it should be posted to this board, as well.
WHITEHALL, Aug. 1, 1935 William H. Carter, 84, a former resident of Schenectady and one of the oldest business men In this village, died at his home on North Main street today, the victim of a heart attack.
Mr. Carter had conducted a general store In Whitehall for several years. Within the past several years he ran bakeries, groceries and tobacco stores throughout this section of the State.
He is survived by six children, Edward E, of New Haven, Mrs.
Levious Grow of Massena, Mrs. John Boss of Seattle, Wash., Mrs. Orly Borlang of Whitehall, Miss Genevieve Carter of Whitehall and a son, Clayton C. Carter, also of Whitehall. There is a sister, Miss Blanch Carter of Whitehall.
Masonic funeral services are planned for Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock at lhe home. Burial will be in Whitehall.
WHITEHALL—Edward B. Carter, 65, died Monday night(November 31, 1942) at his home In New Haven,CT, after an illness of several months.
He was born in Glens Falls and came to Whitehall when a small child and when his father, the late William Carter, came here to work in the bakery of the late John Sullivan in North Main Street. In his younger days he was a member of the old Co. I, 2nd New York National Guard.
When indoor baseball was popular he was "considered one of the outstanding' pitchers in the game. He went to New Haven 27 years ago, where for many years he was foreman In the New Haven Clock Works.
In Whitehall he was popularly known as "Nick" Carter. Survivors include One brother, Clayton C. Carter of Whitehall; four sisters, Mrs. Tulip Carter and Mrs.nOla J. Borlong of Whitehall, Mrs. John Boss of Seattle, Wash., and Mrs. Helen Crow of Massena, NY.
The body will be brought to Whitehall today and taken to the Scott funeral Home.
And, I found this newsprint of interest
March 20, 1908
FELL DOWN STAIRS----Aged Woman Sustains Serious Injuries at Daughter's Home
Mrs. F. L. Joubert, a woman of 8O years and a former Glens Falls resident, fell down stairs this week at the
home of her daughter, Mrs. William Carter, in Whitehall, and fractured her right thigh bone. She is in a critical condition owing to her advanced age. Drs. Falkenbury and Justin, of that place, who were called to reduce the fracture, believe that she will not recover:
A remarkable event in connection with the accident was that Mrs. Joubert walked from the stairs to the kitchen immediately after she bad broken the bone for a drink of water, not realizing how badly she was injured.