Person:Thomas Carr (28)

Maj. Thomas Carr
m. Bef 1678
  1. Maj. Thomas Carr1678 - 1737
  • HMaj. Thomas Carr1678 - 1737
  • WMary Dabney1688 - 1748
m. 20 Sep 1704
  1. John Carr1706 - 1778
  2. William Carr1707 - 1760
  3. Thomas Carr1709 -
  4. Agnes Carr1712 - 1778
  5. Sarah Carr1714 - 1774
Facts and Events
Name Maj. Thomas Carr
Gender Male
Birth? 1678 Caroline County, Virginia
Marriage 20 Sep 1704 King William County, Virginiato Mary Dabney
Death? 29 May 1737 Caroline County, Virginia

Records of Thomas Carr in Virginia

  • Thomas Carr, Gent., of Caroline Co.. 1,600 acres. OL. Hanover Co.. both sides of N. fork of James R.. opposite the falls of the sd. N. fork; 1,600 acres being formerly g. thesd. Thomas Carr by 4 several patents 6 Jun. 1730. 5 Jun. 1733.
  • abt. March 1733 - Thomas Carr, of Caroline, to Goodwin Trice of Hanover, 250 a. on Little Rocky Run (a part of 3770 a. patented by said Carr in 1727). Witness, Thos, Carr, Jr., John Minor and Wm. Carr. [Hanover County, Virginia Deeds].
  • Sept. 3, 1735. --- Thos. Carr, of Caroline, Gent., to Thos Groves of Spotsylvania Co., North Ann. [Hanover County, Virginia records].
  • Sept., 1735. --- Thos. Carr of Caroline, Gent, to Richard Right Fork of Little Rocky Creed (part of 370 a. Patent by Carr 2 Feb., 1727). [Hanover County, Virginia records].
  • Sept 3, 1735. --- Thos. Carr, Gent., Caroline Co., to Henry Gambrall Little Rocky Creek (part of 3770 Patent by Carr Feb. 2, 1727). [Hanover County, Virginia records].
  • Sept. 3, 1735. --- Thos. Carr, of Carolinne Co., Gent., to Wm Bigger, Jr., carpenter, Little Rocky Creek adj: Goodwin Trice (a part of Patent of 3776). [Hanover County, Virginia records].
  • June 4, 1735. --- Thos. Carr, Caroline, Gent, to Wm Bigger, Jr., carpenter, 400 acres. [Hanover County, Virginia records].
  • Pg. 18 page 164-165 - 22 January 1744/45 - Joseph Martin of Fredericksville Parish Louisa County, to Ambrose Joshua Smith of same, in consideration of 350 pounds Tobacco for 13 acres in the first fork of Pritties Creek in Frederickville Parish… mouth of first fork, by some called Turkey Run… up main Creek to said Smith’s line; part of 1,626 acres acknowledged to said Martin by deed from Thomas Carr, late of Caroline County, Gentleman, deceased, on 3 November 1732. Signed: Joseph Martin. 22 January 1744/45 acknowledged by Joseph Martin.
  • Pg. 56 page 384-385 - 20 November 1749 John Carr, John Waller Junior, and Agnes his wife, John Minor and Sarah, his wife, Executors of Last Will and Testament of Thomas Carr, late of Caroline County, Gentleman deceased, to Joseph Martin, Gentleman of Fredericksville Parish, Louisa County, Lease and release. L 30 current money for 400 acres on back of Chestnut Mountain, joining to lines of said Carr, deceased, in Fredericksville Parish; granted said Carr by patent 28 September 1731. Signed: John Carr, John Waller Junior, Agnes Waller, John Minor, Sarah Minor, Wit: Thomas Lipscomb, James Overton, John Hill.

Information on Thomas Carr

Louisa, VA

Louisa County was formed in 1742 from Hanover County.

Thomas Carr and wife Mary Dabney were probably married in Louisa, VA in 1704. Mary Dabney was born in 1688 in VA. Thomas Carr died in Louisa, VA in 1727. Thomas and Mary had the following known children: Mary and John. See Spotsylvania. Date: 01/16/2000 Subject: CARR REFRENCES PROVE NO SON WILLIAM FOR THOMAS From: Carol Mitchell To: Date: Monday, January 17, 2000 8:36 AM

I am afraid through the records found for Thomas & Mary Dabney Carr they had no son Willliam, William was a brother of said Thomas.....

Deed Book 1742-53, Louisa co., VA. 25 Feb 1750. John Minor of Spotsylvania gent to John Carr of louisa gent, in Thomas Carr's will "duly proved in the county of Caroline at a court held for said county on the 14th day of j 1738. Item I give unto my said son Thomas Carr the half of my James river lands in Hanover and Goochland county, etc. .. but if it please God he should die before he marries or afterwards, without child or children, then and in that case only I give and bequeath the said land to my son John and his heirs forever, with residue to Agnes & Sarah; and so on other lands with cross remainders between his said several children, After whose death Thomas Carr, eldest son heir to the said testator, made his last will a testament, bearing date 5 July 1743 & died a short time after wards, & by a clause therein contained the said John Minor (party hereto) laid cla 3,441 acres as devised to him by said Thomas Jr.