Life in Glen St. MaryEdit
Carter Flagg was married to Mrs. Flagg, who was a member of the Ladies' Aid Society, and had a son, Jack, who helped out in the store.
During Anne of Ingleside, Jem went "missing." All of Ingleside was in an uproar over it, being very worried about Jem. Carter Flagg took a group of men to drag the pond for Jem. Fortunately, the young boy was found, fast asleep in a chair. Susan 'phoned the news up to him, and Carter Flagg said, "Thank God!" Susan remarked that she would never complain about his prices again.
World War IEdit
Carter is a male given name of Old English origin and means one who transports goods.
- Carter's name might be a reference to his occupation.
Short story appearances