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  1. Ruth. Billy. Bessie Lillian Carter ( née Gordy; August 15, 1898 – October 30, 1983) was an American nurse. Carter's son Jimmy Carter served as president of the United States from 1977 to 1981. She was also known for her contributions as a Peace Corps volunteer in India and for writing two books during his presidency.

  2. 26. Feb. 2023 · “Mrs. Lillian Carter, the 68-year-old mother of State Sen. Jimmy Carter, leaves Tuesday for a two-year tour of duty with the Peace Corps in India,” United Press International reported.

    • Ronald G. Shafer
  3. Author, and Social Activist, Mother of US President Jimmy Carter. Fondly known as Miss Lillian, she is remembered for her contribution to nursing in her home state of Georgia and as a Peace Corps volunteer in India, as well as her Southern charm and down-to-earth manner. Her father was the postmaster in Richland,...

  4. Learn about the life and legacy of Bessie Lillian Gordy Carter, the mother of the 39th president, Jimmy Carter. She was a nurse, a Peace Corps volunteer, and a civil rights activist who worked in India and Georgia.

  5. Lillian Gordy Carter Nurse. Volunteer. social activist. 2011 Inductee, Georgia Women of Achievement QUICK FACTS Birth Date August 15, 1898 Death Date October 30, 1983 Induction Year 2011 City, Town, Region Richland, GA Film Tribute Video Link

  6. 27. Apr. 2008 · Known around the world simply as “Miss Lillian,” President Jimmy Carter's mother became America’s First Mama — irrepressible, often hilarious, always a fighter on behalf of the underdog. Now,...