|1918 WWI Draft registration.|
In 1900 Carl was 15. His siblings included Willie P. 17, Pearl E. 13, Ida P. 10 and Henrietta 7.
In 1910 Carl 25 (foreman - log woods)and wife "Hepsy" 22 with seven-month old Emma B. Ward.
In 1920 Carl 35 (still a logger) with wife Hepsy 32 , Emma 10 and Ruby E. 5.
By 1930 they had added another son David G., then 10; David G. Ward died in 1936 at the age of 16. The 1930 census noted Carl Ward as Superintendant-Farms, with a real estate value of $1000.
Carl Ward's 1960 death certificate noted 75-year old Carl had outlived his parents and spouse Hepsy Hatsell. At that time farmer Carl Ward's street address in Swanboro was noted as 46 Elm Street (As with other houses in town, numbers were changed to three-digits, i.e., 222 Elm Street).
The family was buried in Ward Cemetery, Swansboro.
Carl Ward's Descendancy in Onslow County:
David Ward 1755-1801 (Abigail Shepard)
Josiah Ward 1780-1849 (Cassandra Dudley)
William P. Ward 1818-1882 (Sarah Nancy Jarman)
David G. Ward 1852- (Henrietta Freeman)
Carl Sanders Ward 1885-1960 (Hepsy Hatsell)