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The Carr Family Tree Genealogy

8th Great Grandmother
Ann Carr (1650-After 1677)
Donald Scott Lee Carr Family Pedigree
Donald Scott Lee  (1945)
Father
Wendell Orie Lee  (1922-1999)
Grandfather
Orie Finiae Lee (1896-1984)
Great Grandmother
Luella Ricord (1865-1921)
2nd Great Grandfather
Wiliam Thomas Ricord (1839-1921)
3rd Great Grandfather
James Ashbury Ricord. (1817-Unknown)
4th Great Grandmother
Lydia Conwell. (1785-1875)
5th Great Grandmother
Nancy A. King (1764-1815)
6th Great Grandmother
Mary Hazard. (1738-1819)
7th Great Grandfather
David Joseph Hazard. (1670-1748)
8th Great Grandmother
Ann Carr (1650-After 1677)
Carr Family Ancestors Genealogy
8th Great Grandmother
Ann Carr (1650-After 1677)
Ann Carr was born in Manokin, Somerset, Maryland.3 married Edward (Edwin) Hazard (Hassard) (1611-1689) in Somerset, Maryland on December 8, 1671.4  Ann is buried in the St. Mary’s Cemetery in Baltimore, Maryland.
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The Carr Family
Ann's Carr family most undoubtedly was from Scotland or Ireland.  They resided in the new territory of Virginia, called ‘Maryland’.  Maryland was intended as a refuge for English Catholics, but the first governor, Leonard Calvert, under instructions from King Charles I, embraced a broad religious tolerance from the beginning. The Ulster Scots from Ireland came to Maryland as early as 1649.
Persecuted Quakers and others were encouraged to settle in Somerset County.1 Other Carrs. George Carr landed in Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1633.  Caleb Carr (1624-1695) came to America in 1635 aboard the ship Elizabeth and Anne. Rich Carr, age 29, landed in 1635 and Fran Carr arrived in 1651 in Virginia.2
We do not know Ann’s parents names.  It would seem that Ann parents were with those listed above and that they emigrated from Ireland, Scotland or Northwest England.
Maryland Marriages for Ann Carr
and Edward Hassard
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References: 1) The Ulster-Scots Agency; ulstervirginia.com  2)  House of Names; Carr Surname, Family Crest and Coat of Arms.  3)  American Genealogical-Biographical Index   4) Ann Carr and Edward Hazard; Maryland, Marriages, 1634-1777.  Sources: Virginia Eastern Shore Public Library; Ann Carr http://espl-genealogy.org/MilesFiles/site/p951.htm

Page Background Image Credits: On Synepuxent Bay, Maryland by Arthur Quartley (1839-1886) c.1876, oil on canvas. Arthur Quartley was an American painter known for his marine seascapes. Quartley was born in Paris and lived there to the age of twelve, when his family moved to Baltimore, Maryland. Wikipedia Image courtesy of Ekenaes at Wikimedia Commons.
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