Jared Bond Family Tree

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  • ID: I116035202
  • Name: John KERR
  • Given Name: John
  • Surname: Kerr
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: Abt 1370
  • Note:
    Name: John Kerr
    * Sex: M
    * Birth: ABT. 1370 1
    * Reference Number: 7340
    * Note:

    John Kerr, of Selkirk.
    _______________________
    This is the line as I have it in my database. Not my original work,
    though, so check it with other sources.

    Thanks for the compliment about the Family Treemaker web site. Glad
    to be able to help folks out a little. Wish I could upload my Family
    Treemaker database and people could browse the individuals as they
    are related to one another, but I guess that is some future venture!

    Pat

    John Kerr, of Selkirk [c 1370]

    Henry Kerr, Sheriff of Roxburgh [c 1390]

    Robert Kerr [c 1410]

    Andrew Kerr, of Auldtounburn [c 1435]

    Walter Kerr, of Cressford [c 1460]

    Robert Kerr, of Caverton [c 1480]

    Andrew Kerr, of Cressford [c 1500]

    Thomas Kerr [c 1520] became the 9th Baron of Ferniehirst Castle. He
    was also noted for his involvement with Mary Stuart, Queen of Scots!
    Source: David W Carr Notes

    James Carr c 1577 Northumberland, England

    Robert Carr c 1620

    Thomas Carr 1655 England d Virginia 1714

    William Carr 1680 Northumberland, England

    Gideon W Carr 1 Jan 1712/13 New Kent Co, VA

    Thomas Carr 15 May 1742

    Richardson Carr 10 May 1789
    __________________
    Subj: Re: FTM File
    Date: 6/13/99 2:34:10 PM Eastern Daylight Time
    From: ECHEESELER@compuserve.com (Edgar C Heeseler)
    Sender: ECHEESELER@compuserve.com (Edgar C Heeseler)
    To: PatNoble@aol.com (INTERNET:PatNoble@aol.com)

    Pat:
    Thanks for your answer re Benjamin Carr & Martha Hardington. On
    reviewing my original message, I noticed that I used the word
    "descendants" of Benjamin Carr. What I should have said and my
    primary area of interest is the "ancestors" of Benjamin. I have what
    I think is his lineage, back to Andrew Kerr, b-1306-1377 in
    Auldtounburn. Roxburghshire, who died after 1359.His son Andrew
    married Margaret Tweedie,of County Peebles and their daughter
    Margaret married a Thomas Kerr of Smailholm.Their son Thomas married
    Catherine Colvil of Teviotdale. Their son Andrew was born in
    Cressford in 1450 and married Janet Hume. Their son John was born 17
    june 1500 in Ferniehurst and married a Catherine Kerr. Their son
    William (1 of 4 children) was born in 1542 and married Mary Ann
    Clifford in about 1590. Benjamin was one of four of their children.
    The reason why I am still asking questions about this ancestry is
    that it is gleaned from about six different WFT trees and represents
    what I believe to be an accurate representation. You see, all of
    these WFT trees differ in some respect. As an example, one of the WFT
    trees has Andrew Kerr of Ferniehurst married to a Helen Rutherford,
    not Janet Hume. Do you have any inkling of wherein lies the true
    lineage? Like you , my file is large; I have to use two 100mb zip
    disks to save the entire file. Thanks for your interest.
    echeeseler@compuserve.com


    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown

    Children

    1. Henry Kerr b: ABT. 1390

    Sources:

    1. WFT CD #3, pedigree #0913.




    Marriage 1 Spouse Unknown
      Children
      1. Has Children Henry KERR b: Abt 1390
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