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|I am researching CARRs in Michigan, New York and New Jersey where Samuel Carr was born in 1768. Maternal lines in the same area include POSTs (Mary POST m. Samuel abt. 1793) and EVANs (Rebecca m. David CARR about 1813). They lived in probably Orange Co, NY in late 1700s and Wantage, Sussex Co. NJ in the early 1800s until moved to Wayne Co. NY in 1816. My line of these CARRS moved to MI in mid 1800s where I now reside. I am a member of the Muskegon County Genealogical Society.|
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|Ron Cole||RE: Mary Ann Carr|
According to the records of Donna Heminger, Mary Ann is buried in Bell Oak but the location is unknown. The only other Carrs that are listed in Bell Oak are Cyrus, Catherine (Oesterle) and Eva M (died @ 6mos.)Eva M is inscribed on the back of George & Eva Oesterle stone. Cyus & Catherines daughter Ruth married John E Graffice. They are buried here also. There are photo's in place.
Added by Ron Cole on Oct 29, 2012 12:15 PM
Sorry, I don't have any information about Isabel Way or her family.
Added by Stotler on Nov 02, 2011 11:34 PM
Interesting message as the Carrs and the Willsons are both in my line. Unfortunately I do not have a Levi Willson or a Samuel Carr on my tree.
Nevertheless, I am sure that they are cousins as my Willsons and Carrs were from Wantage, Sussex, NJ
MERRIAM CARR, born February 14, 1803, in Vernon Township, Sussex County, New Jersey.
married MORDECAI Wilson or formerly Willson born December 5, 1792, in Wantage.
Merriam was the daughter of ROBERT CARR born July 27, 1763, in Vernon, Sussex County, New Jersey
and mother MARY GREEN on July 27, 1790. Mary was born August 31, 1773, in New Jersey.
I have a non referenced note that Robert may be the son of a William Carr and mother Sarah. This is only a guess but may be a lead for you.
Carr may have once been Kerr in Scotland. Both families originated in Scotland according to my notes. The Willsons immigrated in the mid 1700s.
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