This house is two doors down from the 1907 Carl Sanders Ward House at 222 Elm Street. Perhaps Carl lived here after his wife Hepsy died in 1920.
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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.
The family was buried in Ward Cemetery, Swansboro.
Carl Ward's ancestry 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)