Person:Dabney Carr (3)

Watchers
Judge Dabney Carr
d.8 June 1837 Richmond, Virginia
m. 20 JUL 1765
  1. Lucy Carr1768 -
  2. Mary Carr1768 -
  3. Virginia CarrABT 1769 -
  4. Peter Carr1770 - 1815
  5. Col. Samuel Carr1771 - 1849
  6. Judge Dabney Carr1773 - 1837
m. 1800
  1. Jane Cary Carr1807 - 1859
  2. Ann Addison 'Nancy' Carrabt 1810 -
Facts and Events
Name Judge Dabney Carr
Gender Male
Birth? 27 April 1773 Albemarle County, Virginia
Marriage 1800 Virginiato Elizabeth Carr
Death? 8 June 1837 Richmond, Virginia


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Dabney Carr (April 27, 1773 – January 8, 1837) was born at Spring Forest, a Goochland County, Virginia, plantation just three weeks before the death of his father, also named Dabney Carr, brother-in-law and close friend of Thomas Jefferson. Jefferson took an active role in the support and education of his nephew after his father's death. He attended Hampden-Sydney College and returned home to study law with William Wirt, who was just one year older. The two men remained friends for the rest of their lives. An extensive collection of their letters can be found in the Manuscripts Department, Library of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

He married his paternal cousin, Elizabeth Carr in June 1802.

Carr started practice in Albemarle County and, in 1811, became Chancellor of the Winchester District. Using the pseudonym Obediah Squaretoes, Carr contributed an article to William Wirt's The Old Bachelor (1814). In 1824, he was elected a judge of the Court of Appeals and held this office until his death.

He is interred in Richmond's Shockoe Hill Cemetery.

His nephew, Dabney Smith Carr, was a newspaper publisher and later was U.S. Minister to Turkey (1843–49).

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References
  1.   Dabney Carr, in Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. (Online: Wikimedia Foundation, Inc.).