The Carr Family Records: Embacing [sic] the Record of the First Families who Settled in America and Their Descendants, with Many Branches who Came to this Country at a Later Date
Herald printing house, 1894 - 540 pages
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Alice Ann Carr Anna April 14 April 25 Benjamin Carr Bordwell born in Jamestown born in Newbury born in Newport born in North born in Salisbury born in Stephentown born in West born Sept Brown Caleb Carr child children by second Daniel Carr daughter died Aug died Dec died Feb died Jan died June died March died Oct died Sept Edward Carr Eliza Elizabeth Carr Ellen Emma Frances Francis Carr George Carr Hannah Carr Harriet Henry Carr Ills Iowa James Carr John Carr Joseph Carr Julia July 18 June 13 June 22 live Louisa Carr Lydia March 15 March 20 Maria married Elizabeth married John married Mary married Sarah married William Mary Carr Mass N. Y. Their children Ohio Phebe reside ried Robert Carr Samuel Carr Sarah Carr second wife Stephentown Susan Thomas Carr Ticonderoga VIII West Greenwich West Newbury William Carr
Page 16 - God therefore calling to mind the Mortality of my Body and knowing that it is appointed for all men once to die Do make and ordain this my Last Will and Testament...
Page 89 - And moreover, they, the said AB and DE (she according to the custom of marriage, assuming the name of her husband) did, as a further confirmation thereof, then and there to these presents set their hands. And we whose names are also hereunto subscribed, being present at the solemnization of the said marriage and subscription, have, as witnesses thereto, set our hands, the day and year above written.
Page 89 - AB, to be her husband ; promising, with Divine assistance, to be unto him a loving and faithful wife until death should separate them.
Page 12 - In 1635, Robert and Caleb Carr, husband's brother Benjamin Carr's two sons, were sent over from London to live with their Uncle William, my husband. We had fine times hunting with the Indians, they were very friendly to us. Our bedding and clothing were nearly all skin and furs like the Indians.
Page 111 - ... judgment, handsome imagination, enriched by education and reading, quick and clear in his conceptions, of correct and ready elocution, impressing every hearer with the sincerity of the heart from which it flowed. His firmness was inflexible in whatever he thought was right ; but when no moral principle stood in the way, never had man more of the milk of human kindness, of indulgence, of softness, of pleasantry of conversation and conduct. The number of his friends, and the warmth of their affection,...
Page 111 - His character was of a high order. A spotless integrity, sound judgment, handsome imagination, enriched by education and reading, quick and clear in his conceptions, of correct and ready elocution, impressing every hearer with the sincerity of the heart from which it flowed. His firmness was inflexible in whatever he thought was right...
Page 62 - Company under your command or any part thereof, as you shall deem sufficient, and therewith to the utmost of your skill and ability, you are to resist, expel, kill and destroy them, in order to preserve the interest of his Majesty, and his good subjects in these parts.
Page 192 - He had held the office of Justice of the Peace for a number of years both before and after the war.