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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Jane Carr: Birth: ABT 1768.

  2. Lucy Carr: Birth: 07 MAR 1768. Death: 1803

  3. Peter Carr: Birth: 02 JAN 1770 in Virginia (Louisa Co). Death: 07 FEB 1815 in Charlottesville, VA (Albemarle Co)

  4. Samuel Carr: Birth: 09 OCT 1771 in Virginia (Goochland Co). Death: 1855 in Charleston, VA [later Charleston, WV]

  5. Dabney Carr: Birth: 27 APR 1773 in Spring Forest, VA (Goochland Co). Death: 08 JAN 1837 in Richmond, VA

  6. Maria Jefferson Carr: Birth: ABT 1774.

  7. Virginia Carr: Birth: ABT 1775 in Virginia (Louisa Co).


Sources
1. Title:   The Carr Family
Author:   Ford Barr Hanna
Publication:   Name: Arkansas Family Historian, vol 5-7 (1967-69);
Note:   Source Medium: Book Source Quality: Unreliable, confused, missing or merged individuals/data; seemingly based on Carr Family Records, by Edson Carr "These notes copied from Ford Barr Hanna's notes owned by his daughters. Most of this was compiled by Mrs Annette Wilson Smith, assisted by her husband, Capt M O Smith, USA. Copied Feb 16, 1968, by Jo Whitmore Didly, Box 155, Nashville, AR 71854"
2. Title:   Register of Births, Etc of John Carr of Bear Castle, VA
Publication:   Name: Transcript reportedly can be found in The Virginia Historical Magazine, vol 3, pp 208-225;
Note:   Source Medium: Book Sometimes referred to as the "family bible" of this line of Carrs, it is actually a personal record kept by John Carr, son of Thomas Carr, written in the front of one of six volumes of a copy of Doddridge's Family Expositor, published in London in 1756. I have a transcript of the magazine article transcript of these records in this database within the notes section under the name Mary Dabney, wife of Thomas Carr, in a piece of correspondence dated 8/13/98.
3. Title:   Carr Family Records, by Edson Carr
Page:   73
Note:   Source Medium: Book
4. Title:   History of the Carr Family
Page:   2
Author:   Robert P Carr
Publication:   Name: 1894, Claiborne Democrat Print (Tazewell, TN);
Note:   Source Medium: Book Source Quality: A small booklet written by a sixteen year old boy. "History of the Carr Family, as best as can be gathered from old family records, and is especially dedicated to the memory of the Noble family." Pagination based on Chapter 1 being on page 1.



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