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Edward Allen Carter Jr. (May 26, 1916 – January 30, 1963) was a United States Army staff sergeant who received the Medal of Honor for his actions during ...

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Our state proudly associates with one of them, a California native, the late Army Staff Sergeant Edward Allen Carter Jr. His is a story of a true military man with ...

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Aug 16, 2017 ... The victim identified 19-year-old Edward George Carter in a photo lineup which contained multiple copies of his photograph. She also ...

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89 results ... View phone, address history, email, public records for the 89 people named Edward Carter in Virginia (VA). Whitepages is the most trusted directory.

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Edward A. Carter, Jr. was a career noncommissioned officer for the United States Army and one of the only African American recipients of the Medal of Honor ...

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Jun 4, 2001 ... Edward Carter's life was heroic in itself. Born in Los Angeles in 1916 to Reverend E. A. Carter, a traveling missionary, and Mary Carter, a native ...