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Carr, Thomas William, 1830-1912

 Person

Found in 10 Collections and/or Records:

Armorial notebook : with Carr genealogy, 1878-1902?

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 4
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: The compiler of the notebook is unrecorded, but it is probably Thomas William Carr (of Barming). Most of the contents concern the coats of arms of the Carr family, and those of related families. The volume includes manuscript notes, assorted printed material (tipped in), engravings of coats of arms, drawings of arms (many colored), and letters to Thomas William Carr.
Dates: 1878-1902?

Carr family collection of travel sketches, scrapbooks, and genealogical material

 Collection
Call Number: MSS 8
Overview: The collection comprises travel sketches, scrapbooks, and genealogical material concerning the Carr family of Northumberland, England.
Dates: 1699-1981, bulk 1811-1899

Carr Family scrapbooks, 1699-1890

 Item — Box: Oversize 7-8
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: Large bound book labeled "Scrap Book, Vol. I" on the spine. Pages are heavy paper, colored (or discolored?) pinkish, some yellowish. Documents have been pasted, stapled or laid in. First half largely contains legal documents, ordination certificates, passports, etc. from the lives of Thomas William Carr (1770-1829) made Solicitor of Excise in 1805, his son the Reverend Thomas William Carr (1801-1840), Rector of Teddington?, and his son Reverend Thomas William Carr (b. 1830), Rector of Barming....
Dates: 1699-1890

Chart shewing the descendants of Thomas William Carr of Eshott Heugh. London : Mitchell and Hughes, 1887., 1887

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 5-7
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: Three copies of a genealogical chart, privately printed in December, 1887. The chart documents the Carr family of Eshott Heugh beginning with the marriage of Thomas William Carr to Frances Morgan (a match which resulted in eight children, many of whom feature prominently in the present collection). All three copies are annotated (to varying degrees) by Thomas William Carr (of Barming). The first copy includes minimal additional information concerning T.W. Carr's own entry, that of...
Dates: 1887

Diary of Harriet Carr (Deacon), 1869

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 3
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: The first part of the diary describes a family holiday to Bath and Lynmouth in August and September 1869. Harriet describes her family's enjoyment of the beach and natural scenery of the area. The family took several day trips to nearby locations, where Harriet purchased some souvenirs, including photographs.The second part describes the family's journey to France and Italy from 24 November to 10 December, 1869. Harriet provides sketches of Roman history when recording her...
Dates: 1869

Eshott Heugh notebook : volume 1, 1881-1899

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 1
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: Thomas William Carr kept two notebooks, both stamped Eshott Heugh in gilt on the cover, which served in part as personal journals, as well as records of the Carr family and the Eshott estate. The first notebook includes material from 1881 to about 1899, and includes: notes on the Eshott Heugh estate, including comments relating to its magnetic and astronomical position made by the royal astronomer; a history of the estate and its owners; notes on visitors to the estate; sketches of...
Dates: 1881-1899

Eshott Heugh notebook : volume 2, 1899-1912

 Item — Box: 1, Folder: 2
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: The second of the two Eshott Heugh notebooks resumes in 1899. Like the first, it serves as a journal for Thomas William Carr, and also includes: more family history; Carr family coats of arms; notes on maintenance of the estate; notes on social visits and the weather; verse; and letters written to Carr. The end of the volume includes an index (to both notebooks).
Dates: 1899-1912

The history of the family of Carr of Dunston Hill, Co. Durham : and the collateral lines in England / by Colonel Ralph Edward Carr ... and by Cuthbert Ellison Carr (C.E.). London : Mitchell and Hughes, 1893-1899., 1893-1899

 Item — Box: Oversize 11-13
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: The copy was owned by Thomas William Carr (of Barming), and includes his significant annotations and corrections, along with inserted correspondence, photographs, and sketches (by Anna Margaret Carr).
Dates: 1893-1899

The raid of the Kers, by the Ettrick Shepherd. [London] : Thomas Kell, 1876., 1876

 Item — Box: 2, Folder: 10
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: A ballad, by James Hogg, originally published in Blackwood's Magazine, December, 1830. Lithographically reproduced. The final 8 pages contain "Notes with armorial bearings of the ancient family of Ker."

The present copy was owned by Thomas William Carr of Barming. It includes, tipped in at end, two letters from R. Thompson (?) concerning the book.
Dates: 1876

Thomas William Carr scrapbook, circa 1819-1899

 Item — Box: Oversize 9
Call Number: MSS 8, Series II
Scope and Contents: Album is titled in gilt on the spine: "Carr M.S.S. Scraps."Notes at the front, signed "T.W.C.", remark that the album was "rebound & enlarged in 1889," and "the first vol. begun perhaps 10 years before and also the folio volume." The notes suggests that the current scrapbook was compiled later than the others, although presumably all three were put together by Reverend Thomas William Carr of Barming. His obituary, from December 1912, is included in the scrapbook's final pages....
Dates: circa 1819-1899