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John Carr
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Birth: Jan. 10, 1737
Charleston
Charleston County
South Carolina, USA
Death: Jun. 11, 1818
Jonesborough
Washington County
Tennessee, USA

Died on their 'Lone Pine' homestead.

John & Louisa were parents of 16 children
all born in South Carolina
[Several children died in infancy and their names were given to later born children to preserve the Carr-Isbell family names]
Hannah, John, James, Richard, William, Louisa, Sarah, Mary, Elizabeth, Isabel, James, John, Zachariah, Sarah, Elizabeth, Susannah.

Son of Robert CARR
{born - 1710
died - 1780 in New Kent County, Virgina
and
Mary WILLIAMS {1715-1800}.

HISTORY OF WASHINGTON COUNTY:
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In 1775 John Carr served in the Revolution
in South Carolina, enlisting in 8th Company of Rangers, Captain Thomas Woodward's Company. He also served in the Third Regiment of South Carolina under Colonel William Thompson.
in 1789 he came to Washington County area and bought a 32 acre land grant. He bought another 100 acres on Knob Creek, adjoining the first 132 acres and still another 100 acres on the West Branch of Knob Creek in 1796.
Their first home was the McBee home which was built over a spring to give the family access to water during Indian attacks.
John and Louisa were buried on their own land under a tall pine tree from which the home got its name, 'Lone Pine'. The property passed to their son, William Carr, later was sold to a Krouse and in 1853 to James Crumley.
 
 
Family links: 
 Spouse:
  Lovisa Isbell Carr (1743 - 1808)
 
 Children:
  John Carr (1769 - 1849)*
  Louvisa Carr Humphreys (1770 - 1846)*
  Richard Jackson Carr (1783 - 1843)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Inscription:
JOHN CARR
January 10, 1737 - June 11, 1818
'South Carolina'
Pvt in Colonel William Thompson's Regiment
Revolutionary War'
 
Burial:
Carr-Crumley-Krouse Cemetery
Washington County
Tennessee, USA
 
Maintained by: Jlynn
Originally Created by: Yvonne Gowen
Record added: Jul 11, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 54781501
John Carr
Added by: Gordon Edwards
 
John Carr
Added by: Gordon Edwards
 
John Carr
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This is my 5th g-grandfather thru his son Richard Carr to Mahala "Aley" Carr to Richard Carr Bowman to Lafayette Washington Bowman to Jerusha Bowman to Lucille Bancroft to me.
- Karen Ingle-Langendorfer
 Added: Aug. 27, 2014
With Love and Respect for my 5th Great Grandfather.
- Alabama Poes
 Added: Dec. 3, 2013
John is my 5th great grandfather thru his son Richard Carr, then Susannah Carr, to Harriett Carmack, to Mary Jane Savage, to Ella Crockett, to Hazel Lynch, to me.
- Robin Parker
 Added: Sep. 22, 2013
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