Condolences for E. Cater Leland, Jr.

William Eudy posted on 1/27/19

I left Saluda in 1979 after living there for only a year and I left Hendersonville my first


L.S. Heatherly posted on 7/13/16

What a wonderful man! Talked with him for over an hour by phone and many emails-- sharing info on my Heatherly ancestral line: "The Heatherly Family Of Carter Co., TN". He published and I bought a copy in 2013. Special Note: See an hour long, often moving, interview of Cater on YouTube, posted by Historic SaludaNC on 6/19/14. I was especially touched by his tales about his youth, meeting and dancing with girls. -- L. S. Heatherly


Genell Pace Jespersen posted on 5/17/16

just wanted to say what a special service on Saturday. Cater was truly loved and honored in all that was said. I am honored to call Cater a friend, and teacher as the 8 years I served on the city council with him. May God fill the emptiness in your heart as only he can


David Nabers posted on 5/14/16

So sad to hear of Cater' passing. I remember fondly being at Folly Beach with the family. Susan and Nancy would ride me and Tommy Arthur on their backs and Cater would jump out of the sand dunes like Frog Man. Also loved crabbing from the dock with Uncle Ed and Aunt Anna. You have a wonderful family and tons of memories to share I'm sure.



Trish posted on 5/14/16

I so enjoyed doing family history with brother leland...he sure loved what he didhe was such a brilliant man. Im so sorry for your unexpected loss.


Michael Barron posted on 5/14/16

A great friend, and a great man! He pursued family history with more diligence than anyone I've ever known. My most sincere condolences to all family and friends!


Selden B. Hill, Director of The Village Museum at McClellanville, SC posted on 5/13/16

I am so sorry to hear of Cater's passing. We had a great deal in common: a love of history in general and a love of family research. My condolence to his family.