Peel Martin Carr

Peel Martin Carr

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 1. Peel Martin Carr 
 B: 1904 
 P:  Woolbrook, New South Wales, Australia 
 D: 1978 
 P:  Mayfield, New South Wales, Australia 
 2. Ernest Moffat Carr 
 B: 18 September 1872 
 P:  Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 
 M: 16 May 1894 
 P:  Murrurundi, New South Wales, Australia 
 D: 1945 
 P:  Murrurundi, New South Wales, Australia 
 4. Thomas Carr or Kerr 
 B: 1833 
 P:  Berwickshire, Scotland 
 M: 27 December 1856 
 P:  Prestonkirk, Haddingtonshire, Scotland 
 D: 1914 
 P:  Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 
 8. Thomas Kerr 
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 M: 9 December 1832 
 P:  Cockburnspath, Berwickshire, Scotland 
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 9. Catherine Friskin 
   
   
   
   
 5. Catherine Moffat 
 B: 27 January 1834 
 P:  Drakemire, Bunkle & Preston, Berwickshire, Scotland 
 D: 9 July 1895 
 P:  New England, New South Wales, Australia 
 10. George Moffat  =>
 B: about 1792 
 P:  Berwickshire, Scotland 
 M: 30 May 1817 
 P:  Bunkle & Preston, Berwickshire, Scotland 
 D: 15 January 1844 
 P:  Harelawside Farm, Coldingham, Berwickshire, Scotland 
 11. Isabel Clark  =>
 B: before 8 January 1792 
 P:  Fogo, Berwickshire, Scotland 
 D: 31 January 1858 
 P:  Penmanshiel, Cockburnspath, Berwickshire, Scotland 
 3. Mary Isabel Martin 
 B: 1869 
 P:  Walcha, New South Wales, Australia 
 D: 1949 
 P:  Sydney, New South Wales, Australia 
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