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HUSBAND

Carr, Gideon A.
Parents Amos Carr, Margaret Jackson (1)
Born March 3, 1816, Pickaway County, Ohio (1)
May 4, 1816 (1)
Died May 19, 1891
Buried Millcreek Cemetery, Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH (28)
WIFE Lucinda Smart (1,28)
Parents  
Born December 5, 1820, Delaware County, Ohio (1)
Died October 16, 1874 (1)
Buried  
Married January 18, 1837 (1,28)
CHILDREN Joseph Carr (1)
Ann Carr (1)
  Jane Carr (1)
William Carr (1)

 

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RECORDS
1840C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH  (28)
1 M 20-30; 1 M 10-15; 1 F 15-20, 1 F under 5
1850C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH  (28)
2340-2352 Gideon, 33, OH; Lucinda, 29, OH; Joseph, 12, OH; Ann, 10, OH; James, 6, OH
1850AG  (28)
75AC Improved; 27 Unimproved; value land $1225; value farm machinery $100; 5 horses; 4 milch cows; 10 other cattle; 23 sheep; 25 swine; value live stock $425; 45bu wheat; 700bu corn; 75bu oats; 25lbs wool; 40bu potatoes; 200lbs butter; 400lbs maple sugar; value manufactures $25
1860C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH  (28)
972-990 Gideon, 40, OH; Lucinda, 40; Jane, 15, OH; James Hudson, 12, OH
1870C Scioto Twp., Delaware Co., OH  (28)
67 Gideon A, 50, OH; Lucinda, 48, OH; Olla, 6, OH
OCCUPATION
Farmer (1)
MILITARY
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KNOWN RESIDENCES
1816-1826; Pickaway Co., OH (1)
1826; Ostrander, Delaware Co., OH (1)
IN THE NEWS
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BIOGRAPHY
GIDEON A. CARR, farmer; P. O. Ostrander ; was born in Pickaway Co., Ohio, March 3, 1816 ; is a son of Amos and Margaret (Jackson) Carr, who came to Delaware Co. in 1826 ; they were the parents of twelve children, three of whom are now living. The father was a native of Virginia, but came to Pickaway Co., Ohio, when but a boy. His father, Conrad Carr, was one of the first men to settle in Pickaway Co. Our subject passed his youth and early manhood assisting his father on the farm ; he received but a limited education, and at 21 years of age began for himself as a farmer. He was united in marriage with Lucinda Smart Jan. 18, 1837; she was born in Delaware Co. Dec. 5, 1820 ; from this union there were four children, three of whom are now living -Joseph, Ann and Jane ; the name of the one deceased was William. Mrs. Carr departed this life Oct. 6, 1874 ; she was a kind, loving wife and mother, and an exemplary member of the Presbyterian Church. Mr. Carr began life as a poor boy, and is a self-made man; he owns 275 acres of well-improved land in Scioto Township ; is a Democrat. (1)
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