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Carr Name Study

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How to Join

Please contact the project leader Glenda McCarty or post a comment at the foot of the page. If you have any questions, just ask. Thanks!

Goals

This is a One Name Study to collect together in one place everything about one surname and the variants of that name. The hope is that other researchers like you will join our study to help make it a valuable reference point for people studying lines that cross or intersect.

Task List

Pedigrees

Carr pedigrees below. See also Space: Carr allied families.

Carre, (Vis. of York., 1563/4)


Carre of Newcastle, (Foster, 1891)


Carr of Woodhall, (Foster, 1891)


Carre of St Helen Auckland, (Foster, 1887)


Carr, (Vis. of Lincs., 1562/4)




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Hello,

My Carr family were from County Kildare, Ireland. Most were born in Suncroft, Monasterevin or Maddenstown. My immigrant ancestor Dennis Carr settled in Salem, Massachusetts. His parents were Martin Carr and Esther Dowling. I am looking for other Carr researchers from this family line. Most Carr lineages are in neighboring County Laois so it's likely this lineage will eventually connect back to a Carr lineage there. Anyone who would like to compare with my autosomal testing on Gedmatch, my kit number is T210818.

Kindest regards, Joe

posted by Joe Sprowl
I am interested in this study

Descendant of Thomas Carr, Bridgewater,MA B. 1710? Based on the Carr bible of ancestors. I cannot trace back to Europe and would like to see if this forum may help me search. Thank you!

Rosalind Carr Therrien

posted by Rosalind Therrien
Hi everyone, I'm interested in the project.

Myself- "David Carr" Father- "Thomas Francis Carr" Grandfather - "Joseph J Carr" Great- "Thomas F Carr" Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania 2nd Great- "Philip F Carr" Mahanoy City, Pennsylvania 3rd Great- "James Carr" 1814–1891 Kill St Nicholas, Waterford, Ireland

posted by David Carr
edited by David Carr
I'm happy to find this project. I have Carr ancestors from Pottsville, PA area dating back to early 1800s. There I have hit a brick wall. Last known is John Henry Carr, about 1823. I believe his father was Philip but I cannot trace him. I think this is the branch of my tree where my Irish DNA comes from but haven't been able to prove. Any suggestions would be welcome.
posted by K Melin
Hello, I'm delighted to see a Carr One Name Study being set up here. I have done lots of research over the years on the Carrs of Northumberland and County Durham, England and their branches and have found many online resources for them. Please, could I help with the Carr One Name Study in any way? New member, so trying to find my way around here. :)
posted by Julie Diss
So I've ran into a possible variation of Carr but I'm not sure that it belongs in this study. The spelling is 'KEAR', but was apparently pronounced CARR and is sometimes found in censi written as "KERR". ... Kerr is most definitely in this study, but should we include KEAR?
posted by [Living Ogle]
The template link to the space page is dead (shows up red and opens a blank Project page). Please fix...
posted by [Living Ogle]
Should be all set now, Bree. Thank you for letting me know!

Amy Gilpin ONS Project Leader

posted by Amy (Crawford) Gilpin