Born: February 3, 1845, New Malton, Yorkshire, England.
Died: May 23, 1923, Scarborough, Yorkshire, England.
Carter attended Durham School (where he was elected King’s Scholar in 1858); Worcester College, Oxford (Eaton Scholar, BA and MA 1871).
He was ordained a deacon in 1871, and priest in 1872. He served as curate of Christ Church, Ealing, Middlesex (1871–75); vicar choral of York Minster (1875); rector of St. Martin, Micklegate, York (1877–82); and vicar of St. Michael Belfry, York (1882). He was a self taught musician.
While at Oxford, Carter was a keen athlete. He was a member of the Oxford University
Eleven in 1866 and 1867; of the Oxford University
Eight in 1867 and 1868; of the Yorkshire County
Eleven at various times between 1865 and 1880; and of the
Eleven of Victoria, Australia, 1869.
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