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Reunitedfamily

Carr  /  O'Keeffe  of  Co. Cork, Ireland

 

This Website http://www.reunitedfamily.com was created to help the extended family view, comment, enjoy or criticise our growing family tree history. Like many people interested in genealogy I use the internet a lot for my research, so other amateur family researchers naturally came across my site. 

Because of the questions they were asking me, I decided to try and put up some information on the Carr name, that I had uncovered while trawling the internet. It is set up in most cases, that people could see the basic information and link to the full information.

What will you find;

     Reunitedfamily.com  - Homepage

On the left hand side are links to my Carr and O'Keeffe family main pages. 

Links to Passenger lists containing Carrs and Carr transported convicts. 

Links to a free Familytree creator program and a free anti-virus program. 

In the bottom centre, a link to a uncanny genealogy story of my great granduncle's call from the grave and a link to information about the Carr DNA Project

  Carr  - Main Page

Shows some very early Carr's from the Area my family originated.

 

  Carr  - simple family tree from early 1800's

Gives a very simple chart showing my family's top line with a break down to my great Granduncles 

 

  Carr  - Full Database

Shows my family database in tree form or using gedcom pages

There is also the full database of another Carr family living in the same locality

Names in My Carr Family Tree:

Alexander, Auerbach, Baggott, Bagnell, Banks, Bates, Baumann, Boulter, Brierley, Buckley, Carr, Chesney, Clark, Clinch, Connick, Cotter, Creedon, Desmond, Devlin, Dillon, Dixon, Dobbyn, Doyle, Drinan, Duke, Ellis, English, Evans, Eynon, Farmer, Fitzgerald, Fitzpatrick, Flood, Garde, Garty, Goodwin, Gorman, Grimon, Hallinan, Heaney, Hegarty, Hill, Holbech, Irwin, Keogh, Lawrence Carr, Le Marchant Lawrence,  Loveless, Lundy, MacKinnon, Maher, Mc Carthy, McCabe, McCardle, McCarthy, McDonnell, McQuaid, Murphy, Nagel, Nagle, Nugent, O' Sullivan, O'Connor, O'Donovan, O'Gorman, O'Keeffe, O'Shea, O'Sullivan, Paterson, Ralph, Ramsbottom, Riley, Ring, Rohan, Schmieder, Smith, Therssen, Thomas, Tobin, Turnbull, Walton, Warner, Whelan, Whiteside.

 

 

  Other Carrs  - Carrs Cork District

Some Carrs I discovered in the Cork area

List of Directories containing Carrs

 

  Family Photos plus  - 3 pages    1   2   3

By clicking on the thumbprints you enlarge the photos

 

  Useful Links  - Genealogy Links

 

Links for anyone interested in Genealogy or Ireland - You could spend days at this or certainly return often for the best genealogy links.

Some good search engines

 

  Carr Passenger Lists  - 2 pages   1  2

The page is divided into columns -  Ship   -  link to a site will full passenger list 

                                                          Date  -  when ship sailed

                                                          Name  -  First name and native country - Hyperlinked if personal information is available

                                                          Sailed  -  Port of departure

                                                          ArrivedDestination port / country

 

  Carr   - Transported Convicts

 

The page is divided into columns -  Ship   -  link to a site will full passenger list 

                                                          Date  -  when ship sailed

                                                          Date  -  when ship arrived

                                                          Crime & Sentence  -  Some as young as 12 years old got 7 years for pilfering

                                                          Age   -  Some spent a number of years in jail waiting to be transported 

                                                          Name  -  First name and native country - Hyperlinked if personal information is available

                                                          Sailed  -  Port of departure

                                                          ArrivedDestination port / country

 

   Maurice Cotter  - A call from the grave 

This story of Maurice Cotter 1859 - 1889 is about a chance happening (billions to one) that solved a genealogy puzzle

 

    Joseph Carr 1849  -  Royal Naval Service

 

 

  O'Keeffe  - Main Page

There is a wonderful short poem that my Mother used to say to us called "Speak no ill" If you have nothing good to say - say nothing

 

  O'Keeffe  - Simple Family Tree Chart

Gives a very simple chart showing my family's top line with a break down to my Grandfather 

I have not done a lot of research on the O'Keeffe's

 

  O'Keeffe  - Full Database

Shows my family database in tree form or using gedcom pages

 

    Richard  1864   -  Royal Naval Service

 

Names in My O'Keeffe Family Tree:

Allen, Carr, Cronin, Curtin, Duffin, Flynn, Fogarty, Grogan, Horgan, Hurley, Johnston, Kilmartin, Manning, Meaney, Molloy, Mulcahy, O'Driscoll, O'Halloran, O'Keeffe, O'Sullivan, Russell, Sloane, Swanton, Tracy, Walsh, Whelan.

 

  My Motto  - Enjoy yourself, it's later then you think

 

There is a nice poem for those who have had a recent bereavement.

 

These are the main pages and some have links to other pages on the site. I have just given a synopsis of each page, there is plenty more information, links and items of interest for those of you that like to browse.

If you have any information, ideas or comments:  Please contact me

 

Hope you find this useful    --    Joe Carr

 

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