|Birth: ||Sep. 11, 1858|
New Jersey, USA
The son of Hiram and Margaret Evans Carr he was raised in Liverpool. Married in 1878 to Selena Teague they settled in to life as a brick mason and house wife. Parents of five children; Thomas Moody, Selina, Annie, Margaret Emily, and Ada. Annie and Ada died as children in England. Thomas was widowed in 1888. He later immigrated to America in December 1894. He settled in Newark, New Jersey where he was an innkeeper. Thomas and Emily joined their father in America, Selina remained behind in Liverpool. In 1897 he married his 2nd wife Josephine.
In 1917 he went north of the border, and after lying about his advanced age, enlisted into the Canadian Army. He served as a Private in a railway and construction battalion during the "Great War" in England and France.
His advanced age and the rigors of warfare caught up with him. He became disabled and was discharged but a few short weeks from the Armistace. He returned to the Newark area where he lived out the rest of his days. He died sometime between 1933-1935 according to his granddaughter Anna M (Matthews) Harmon.
Hiram Carr (1823 - 1911)
Selina Teague Carr (1858 - 1888)*
Thomas Moody Carr (1879 - 1940)*
Selena Carr Cowley (1881 - 1963)*
Margaret Emily Carr Storie (1885 - 1925)*
Annie Ada Carr (1887 - 1888)*
John Carr (1848 - ____)*
William Nassau Carr (1853 - 1863)*
Margaret A Carr Titchen (1856 - 1910)*
Thomas Evans Carr (1858 - ____)
Specifically: Unable to find cemetery records of death/burial
Created by: Family Searcher
Record added: Jun 19, 2009
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