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Caleb Carr
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Birth: Dec. 9, 1623
London
Greater London, England
Death: Dec. 17, 1695
Jamestown
Newport County
Rhode Island, USA

Governor Caleb Carr was elected Governor of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations in May, 1695. He died in Newport, Rhode Island on December 17, 1695, having served for just seven months. Carr was born in London, England, on December 9, 1616 and emigrated to North America in 1635, with his older brother, Robert Carr. He served the Colony as general treasurer. In 1687-88 he was justice of the General Quarter Session and Inferior Court of Common Pleas. Caleb Carr was twice married. He was buried in a small family burying ground in Newport, but on 8 September 1900, the bodies of Caleb and his second wife Mercy were disinterred and moved to the small private family cemetery family on the island of Jamestown. The graves are marked with the stones that marked their graves in Newport. 
 
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 Spouses:
  Mercy Carr (1631 - 1675)
  Sarah Clarke Pinner Carr (1651 - 1706)
 
 Children:
  John Carr (1664 - 1714)*
  Edward Carr (1666 - 1711)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
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Burial:
Governor Carr Lot
Jamestown
Newport County
Rhode Island, USA
Plot: GPS: N 41 31.234 W 071 21.974
 
Created by: Catherine Lucas
Record added: Oct 20, 2009
Find A Grave Memorial# 43349523
Caleb Carr
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Caleb Carr
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Caleb Carr
Added by: Catherine Lucas
 
 
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Second Husband of Sarah Clarke, my 1st cousin 10x removed, in my father's Krone/Potteiger family.
- AncestryClimber
 Added: Apr. 16, 2015
Dear 10th great grand uncle,Thank you for your strong beliefs in settling the New World. You and your family endured many hardships. You and your brother, my 10th great grandfather, Robert Carr, came to this country as young orphans. To achieve what you d...(Read more)
- evie giegerich
 Added: Mar. 22, 2015

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