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Subject: Carrs from Suffolk

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Date Posted: 10:24:21 06/19/10 Sat

CHARLOTTE - Thank you for the kind words. Next time I am at the Public Records Office in Ipswich, I will take a look at the Marlesford parish records to see if I can glean any further information for you.

There are a few modern Carr families stuck at around 1750 in respect to documented history. However, the Carrs in Suffolk were not numerous at that point, so it is simply a matter of luck and hard work to find the connections.

It is possible that all the Carrs in Suffolk are inter-related, especially given that the outbreak of the 'Black Death' - The Plague - in 1666 reduced the population of suffolk by at least a third. That fact was noted in the Martlesham parish records.

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