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All Carr, Ker, Kerr, Karr families and families who descended from a progenitor using the Carr surname.

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Carr Families

Carr, Kerr and Karr are used to by families with many origins. Families switched between these names many times over the generations, and occasionally other surnames as well. Connecting to your Carr…Continue

Started by John Carr Dec 5, 2009.

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Comment by Al Dawson on September 28, 2012 at 10:44am

William Carr, born Morpeth, Northumberland 1807 - came to Newfoundland with British Army.  Married (there?) Margaret HOLLAND / O'HOLLERAN, Irish born.  First child 1844.  1850 retired on disability.  London, Ontario.  Later Sarnia.

British Army Service Records 1760-1915 Transcription

  • First Name:WILLIAM 
  • Last Name:CARR 
  • Collections from:United Kingdom 
  • Category:Military Service & Conflict 
  • Record collection:Service records 
  • Record set:British Army Service Records 1760-1915 
  • Age At Attestation Months: 
  • Age At Attestation Years:20 
  • Birth Year:1807 
  • Attestation Day:19 
  • Attestation Month:
  • Attestation Year:1827 
  • Document Type:Discharge 
  • Birth Country:ENGLAND 
  • Birth County:NORTHUMBERLAND 
  • Birth Parish:MORPETH 
  • Birth Town:MORPETH 
  • Attestation Corps: 
  • Attestation Soldier Number: 
  • Discharge Corps:ROYAL NEWFDLAND REGT OF COMPANIES 
  • Discharge Soldier Number:712 
  • Rank:PRIVATE 
  • Regiment: 
  • Soldier Number: 
  • Box:1165 
  • Box Record Number:
  • Series:chelsea pensioners british army service records 1760-1913 
Comment by Paula Hoffman on January 18, 2010 at 3:13pm
My ancestor Samuel Carr was b. 1768 in NJ (or NY). He married Mary Post abt. 1792. Some of their children were David (b. 1793), Alpha, Robert and Gabriel. I believe he may be the Samuel Carr in the Orange Co, NY 1800 census. He did buy property in Wantage, Sussex, NJ in 1803. David m. Rebecca Evans there in 1814. Samuel sold the farm in 1815 and all of these Carrs moved to Wayne Co (then Ontario Co) NY. There the other Carrs married and started families. Samuel and Mary died there, and David, Robert and Alpha moved to MI with their families in the 1840s. Gabriel Carr moved to Ohio with his family. I have never seen the Carr name spelled other than CARR but I haven't found many original records. I'm looking for Samuel's father and other children of Samuel and Mary. Any one know anything about this line of Carrs?
 

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