Carter, John

There were two mill voters called John Carter, both of Twickenham. They may have been the two John Carters described below.
John Carter victualler Queens Head Twickenham, SunFire 1786, UnivBrit Directory 1791 Land Tax 1802-1814  £4 p.a.(1802 specifies Queens Head) buried 14.4.1825 Isleworth will PCC dated 2.3.1825 proved 18.6.1825 mentioned wife and children but didn't name them, exec Thomas Clark victualler of Hammersmith. perhaps the John Carter bach otp = Twickenham 18.10.1812 Ann Gaines sp botp banns wits Samuel & Mary Gaines. Other possible marriages John Carter = Isleworth 4.7.1802 Frances Page. John Carter bach = Isleworth 3.8.1804 Sarah X Plowman sp banns wits James X Witherbly, Mary X Plowman John son of John & Sarah Carter bapt 31.3.1805 Isleworth (John Carter = Hounslow 1797 Martha Carter?)
John Carter buried Twickenham 11.6.1815 age 52, his will PCC John Carter poulterer of Twickenham dated 20.6.1814 proved 21.7.1815 mentioned brother William of Birmingham, mother Eleanor Allen, sister Elizabeth Home, sister-in-law Ann Thomas of Carmarthen Wales, niece Ann Thomas, nephew William Cordery, niece Sarah Cordery, niece Elizabeth Crofts and her children William, John, Richard & Ann, execs Benjamin Oldrin of Twickenham victualler & William Dickson sr of Twickenham liquor merchant