"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.…"
"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…"
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"I only know my Kerr ancestry back to my great grandfather John James Carr who emigrated to the US from Ireland in 1833. Based on records I have located, John James had a sister, Margaret Kerr who married James Watson in New York City circa 1850.…"
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 ancestry may mean researching all variations of the Carr surname. More information is included on the http://www.carr-genealogy.com/ website.Post about your Carr family history on these discussion boards so that other Carr family researchers who share the…See More