"I would appreciate any help I can get. My only "source" is FamilySearch/LDS which I realize is a clue vs a source. Louis Ogden led me to baptism records at Clove Dutch Reformed Church in Wantage, Sussex, NJ (NYGBS 2006) which listed a…"
"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…"
"I am trying to confirm my ancestor Rebecca Evans belongs to this family. Same birthdate - but that's not enough proof. Census said she was born in PA. That's not really proof either. Anyway, all I've found is that my ggg grandfather…"
"I googled Rebecca Evans 1774 and found a couple of sites that listed her as one of 14 children of John and Ann (Fanny) Birney Evans. Her birthday was 12 Feb which I had found listed for her on Family Search, as wife of David. They lived in NJ and PA…"
"I don't know where in PA - but I'm thinking close to the NY/NJ border. David and the Carrs (father Samuel, mother Mary Post) lived in Wantage, Sussex, NJ 1802 -1816 and that is probably where they lived when they (David Carr and Rebecca…"
Researching Rebecca Evans b. PA in 1794 and married David Carr b. 1793 in NJ or NY. Do not know her parents or siblings. They had more than a dozen children and eventually immigrated to and died in MI.
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