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CARSON S. TYSON

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 MAXTON -- The Rev. Carson S. Tyson, minister in the North Carolina Conference of i the United Methodist Church has begun his duties as headmaster at Carolina Military Academy and as associate pastor of St. Paul United Methodist Church.
   Rev. Tyson came to Maxton from Roanoke Rapids where he was pastor of Smith United jMethodist Church and where Mrs. Tyson -was on the faculty of the W. R. David High School in Halifax County.
   A native North Carolinian, the new headmaster holds the B. A. degree from North Carolina Wesleyan College, and the master of divinity from Duke University. He served churches in Hobgood, Durham, and Roxboro before coming to Maxton,
   Mrs. Tyson, the former Norma Bramlett of Canton will serve on the C. M. A. faculty next year. She holds a degree in language arts from Woman's College of The University of North Carolina at Greensboro. The Tyson children are Stanley, 14; Beth, 13; and Dewev, 11.

[The Robesonian, Lumberton, NC, 18 Jun 1970, Thu, Page 6]

   MEBANE Rev. Carson Stanley Tyson, 66, 8204 Hebron Church Road, died Jan. 14, 2000, at Alamance Regional Medical Center.
   He was a native of Jones County, son of the late Luther Stanley and Bessie Mae Heath Tyson, brother of the late Bobby and Gordon Tyson, graduate of Trenton High School, Army veteran of Airborne Division, graduate of North Carolina Wesleyan College and Duke University Divinity School, retired Elder after 30 years of ministry in North Carolina United Church Conference, pastored many churches in Piedmont and Eastern regions of North Carolina, spiritual leader and member of Pamlico Emmaus, attended Hebron United Methodist Church, member of United Methodist Church Conference.
   SURVIVORS: Wife, Peggy Bullard Tyson; children, Stanley Martin and Michael Dewey Tyson, Dallas, Beth Tyson Manring, Sylva; stepchildren, Susan S. English, Laurinburg, Karan S. Patton, Maxton; brothers, J.W. and Leroy Tyson, Baton Rouge, La., Ennis Tyson, Greenville; sisters, Janie LaVerne Tyson, Greenville, Ann Tyson Cudd, Lyman, S.C., Dean Tyson Perry, Williamston; six grandchildren; four step-grandchildren
   FUNERAL: 4 p.m. Sunday, Hebron United Methodist Church, Revs. Jesse Staton, Bobby Tyson  BURIAL: Church cemetery
   VISITATION: 6-8 tonight, McClure Funeral Home; other times at the home
   MEMORIALS: Pamlico Emmaus, P.O. Box 2514, Washington, N.C. 27889


[courtesy of "WWY"]


Grave markers for Carson S. Tyson in Hebron United Methodist Church Cemetery, Alamance county, North Carolina.

Curtis enlisted in the Army on 25 May 1954 and completed the course at the 11th Airborne Division's Jump School at Camp Campbell, KY Following graduation he was assigned to Company I, 508th ARCT.

He was discharged 11 July 1957 and attended Divinity school thereafter.