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[Letters of Robert S. Carr and the Commissioner of Pensions relating to the bounty land application of Anna Carr], 1901 Feb. 26-1901 Apr. 18

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Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [PAM.] ISLG 929.2 C311 NO. 1 (Text) 00000106347230 Vault Genealogy pamphlet Available -
Indiana State Library - Indianapolis [PAM.] ISLG 929.2 C311 NO. 1 (Text) 00000106556764 Genealogy Pamphlet Available -

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  • Physical Description: 1 large oversized envelope

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Summary, etc.:
Collected material relating to a request made by Robert S. Carr to the United States Pension Bureau for copies of the file wrapper and application of his grandmother Anna Gates Carr for bounty land for the service of her husband Thomas Carr in the Revolutionary War. Materials consist of two letters written by Robert S. Carr and three letters written by the Commissioner of the United States Pension Bureau.
Biographical or Historical Data:
Robert S. Carr (1850-1918) was a patent attorney in Hamilton, Ohio and a graduate of Miami University of Ohio. He was the grandson of Thomas and Anna Gates Carr of Butler County, Ohio. Thomas Carr, a veteran of the Revolutionary War, was born in 1762 in Cookstown, Ireland (now Cookstown, Northern Ireland). In 1787, he married Anna Gates (1765-1860). Thomas Carr died in 1838 in Butler County, Ohio. His wife filed an application for bounty land in 1856.
Language Note:
Collected material in English.
Subject: Carr family.
Gates family.
Carr, Thomas, 1762-1838.
Carr, Anna Gates, 1765-1860.
Carr, Robert S. (Robert Samuel), 1850 -1918.
United States. Pension Bureau.
Irish Americans > Ohio > Butler County > Genealogy.
Veterans > Ohio > Butler County.
Survivors' benefits > Ohio > Butler County.
Cookstown (Northern Ireland) > Genealogy.
United States > History > Revolution, 1775-1783.

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