Person:Caleb Carr (4)

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m. 1654
  1. Nicholas Carr1654 - 1709
  2. Mercy Carr1656 - 1660
  3. Caleb Carr1657 - 1700
  4. Samuel Carr1659 - 1693
  5. Mary Carr1660 - 1717
  6. John Carr1664 - 1714
  7. Edward Carr1666 - 1711
m. 1681
  1. John Carr1680/81 - 1762
  2. Carr1682 -
  3. Mercy Carr1683 - 1776
  4. Benjamin Carr1685 - 1701
  5. Daniel Carr1687 - 1738
  6. Captain Peleg Carr1689/90 - 1736/37
  7. Deborah Carr1692 - 1729
  8. Robey Carr1694 - 1728
  9. Rachel Carr1695 -
  10. Sayles Carr1696 - 1774
  11. Caleb CarrAbt 1700 -
Facts and Events
Name[2] Caleb Carr
Gender Male
Birth[2] 23 Aug 1657 Newport, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Marriage 1681 Rhode Island, United Statesto Deborah Sayles
Will[1] 5 Jul 1700 Jamestown, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
Death[2] 10 Oct 1700 Jamestown, Newport, Rhode Island, United States
References
  1. Abstracts of Jamestown Wills, in Alden G. Beaman. Rhode Island Genealogical Register. (The Rhode Island Genealogical Research Institute), Oct 1979.

    Caleb Carr of Jamestown. Will dated 5 July 1700, proved 6 Nov 1700, pps. 82-83.
    Wife Deborah. Sons: John, Benjamin, Daniel who received land in Warwick, Peleg who received land in Kingstown, and Sayles Carr who received land in Bristol; all sons but John were under age 21. Daughters: Mercy Carr, Deborah Carr and Roby Carr, all under age 18.

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 5. Deborah Sayles, in White, Dorothy Higson, and Kay Kirlin Moore. Descendants of Roger Williams. (East Greenwich, Rhode Island: Roger Williams Family Association, c1991- (Baltimore : Gateway Press)), Book III; p. 11.

    5. Deborah3 Sayles (Mary2 Williams, Roger1), third child of John and Mary (Williams) Sayles, was born c. 1656, probably at Providence; died c. 1700.

    Deborah married Caleb Carr, born at Newport 23 August 1657; died at Jamestown 10 October 1700; son of Caleb and Mercy (Vaughn) Carr. Caleb, Sr. was Governor of the Colony of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations, and settled at Newport about 1640. He purchased land on Conanicut Island and on Gould and Dutch Islands. Caleb, Sr. was a strict Quaker, although he owned slaves, both Indian and black.