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Henry Carr, son of Vincent Carr and Mary Carr [Brown]
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Date
Type
Information
Source
 
11th Jan 1795
Born
In the Parish of Maresfield, Sussex
 
11th Apr 1815
Married
Sarah Lewry at St Andrew & St Mary Church in the Parish of Fletching, Sussex
Fletching Marriage Registers
 
1818
Birth of a son
William in the Parish of Fletching, Sussex
1851 Census
Fletching, Sussex
 
1821
Birth of a son
Henry in the Parish of Fletching, Sussex
1851 Census
Fletching, Sussex
 
1829
Birth of a daughter
Mary in the Parish of Fletching, Sussex
1851 Census
Maresfield, Sussex
 
6th Jun 1841
Census
At Pricketts Hatch in the Parish of Maresfield, Sussex; Harry Carr, M, Head, age 45 to 49, born Sussex; occupation Farmer
1841 Census
Maresfield, Sussex
 
1851
At Nutley Down; Carr, Harry, occupation: farmer
Post Office Directory
 
30th Mar 1851
Census
At Nutley Village in the Parish of Maresfield, Sussex; Head, employs 4 people, occupation: farmer
1851 Census
Maresfield, Sussex
 
1876
Recollections
At Pricketts Hatch
Ashdown Forest dispute
 

During The Ashdown Forest Dispute 1876-1882 commoners and land owners were interviewed by the solicitor William Raper. Their comments were recorded in a series of notebooks:

[Carr/Card's evidence from Notebook 5 is inserted here to bring both statements together. It should be noted, however, that three years separate the two statements.]

Card, Harry. Aged 81. Owns double and 28 acres called Prickets Hatch lying across the boundary of Maresfield and Fletching parishes. This property has belonged to his Father and himself for over 100 years. His Father bought it off a man named Cole. He was born on it a small part of it. Was held of the manor of Maresfield and he enfranchised it over 30 years ago, quarterly rent 3s. 6d. He used to pay 1s. 8d. to the manor of Tarring Peverall, but has not paid it for over 40 years. Part is within the bounds of the manor of Duddleswell, but is free.

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1879
Recollections
At Pricketts Hatch
Ashdown Forest dispute
 

During The Ashdown Forest Dispute 1876-1882 commoners and land owners were interviewed by the solicitor William Raper. Their comments were recorded in a series of notebooks:

Carr, Harry. 84. Pricketts Hatch, Nutley, Maresfield. Born 11 January 1795 and baptised at Maresfield. My Father Vince Carr bought the Pricketts Hatch property about 28 acres in 1768 from one Cole. I produce the purchase deed of the freehold portion and he lived on it. I was born in the house on the property and have lived in it ever since. My Father died when I was 2 years old and my Mother carried on the farm for many years, I helping her, and when I was old enough she gave the farm up to me and I have used it ever since.

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3rd Apr 1881
Census
At Ford Green in the Parish of Fletching, Sussex; Harry Carr, M, Father, widowed, age 86, born Maresfield; occupation Retired Farmer
1881 Census
Fletching, Sussex

Ancestor's report
Descendent's report
Carr, Carre, Carr-Moody, Carrett, Carrey, Carrick, Carreck individual records
The ancestral pedigree of Henry Carr
  
 Vincent Carrm: 10th Oct 1780 St Bartholomew Parish Church, Maresfield, SussexMary Brown 
 b: c 1760  b: c 1760
  
  
 Henry 
 b: 11th Jan 1795 Maresfield, Sussex 
    
Parental record
   
   
   
 Henry Carr
farmer
m: 11th Apr 1815 St Andrew & St Mary Church, Fletching, SussexSarah Lewry 
 b: 11th Jan 1795 Maresfield, Sussex  b: 1796 Fletching, Sussex
  
    
 William Henry Mary 
 b: 1818 Fletching, Sussex b: 1821 Fletching, Sussex b: 1829 Fletching, Sussex 
         
Family record

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