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Names in My Carr Family Tree:

Alexander, Auerbach, Baggott, Bagnell, Banks, Basgallop, Bates, Baumann, Boulter, Brauer, 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, Fowlue, Garde, Garty, Goodwin, Gorman, Grimes Grimon, Hallinan, Healey, Heaney, Hegarty, Hill, Holbech, Irwin, Jayne, Johnson, Joseph, Kenely, Keogh, Lawrence Carr, Le Marchant Lawrence,  Loveless, Lundy, MacKinnon, Maher, Mason, McCabe,  McCardle, McCarthy, McDonnell, McEnroe, McQuaid, Murphy, Nagel, Nagle, Nugent,  O'Connor, O'Donovan,  O'Halloran, O'Keeffe, O'Shea, O'Sullivan, Paterson, Ralph, Ramsbottom, Riley, Ring, Rohan, Schmieder, Simms, Smith, Starke,  Steptoe, Therssen, Thomas, Tobin, Turnbull, Verling, Walton, Warner, Whelan, White, Whiteside, Wright.



I am using a tiny, Family Tree software program called Genopro which I downloaded  from the Internet ( ) and find it to be excellent, it holds extensive information on my family tree from William & Sarah to date. You will need to download a copy and install it on your computer first, if you wish to see my Database in tree form. You can also use it to build your own family tree.

Before you access my database visit  You can request a 14 day Trial key which will give you full Functionality, also it will give you an idea of how to navigate around the family using either of the two ways offered below:


Two ways to look at the data

1/  Gedcom Report

With a Gedcom Report there is no need to download any program. Each person is a link and you can navigate about the family in this way. This also contains some photos (camera symbol) that may take a few seconds to appear. 

When you click on the "Click Here" Gedcom link it will open a new page on your web Browser. You are given a choice of viewing Individuals or Families. where you see a camera symbol it means there are photos or records attached. There may be many attached so press the button under the picture, and click on the record to enlarge.

Click Here  



2/  Tree format

In order to see the database in tree form you must download Genopro.  ( )

After you download the Genopro program and put it on your computer, click on the Hyperlink "Click here" below

A dialog box may appear giving you the choice of Open or download.  Choose Open.

Click on the person in the tree to open the information fields on them. It opens with the general information tab, if you see a photo, there may be more attached under the Pictures tab.

This also contains some photos anywhere you see a red dot. Click on the attached Photos or Documents and they will open in another bigger window you can pull at the corners to make them bigger so that you can read documents etc


For privacy reasons personal information about living persons has being removed where necessary.  

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Google Chrome browser works great   Download Here



                                                                                                                               Click here  to view in Tree form            Use   Google Chrome or Safari 4    If you are using an earlier edition of Internet Explorer 11, it may try to open the .gno file as a ZIP




I would like to thank Susie Carr (Australia) for the enormous help she has given me with the Maurice Carr family line.


My Uncle William (Will) Carr - Shop Keeper -  was 104 years old in Aug. 2016. The local paper "Inside Cobh & Carrig" did a story about his 100 year    Link here

101st Birthday Photo with Me  Link Here


See: Joseph Carr 1864 - Royal Navy Service - Click Here



Another Carr Family - East Cork

This is a small family tree of the Carrs that lived in Rathcoursey east Cork until the early 1960's. Its as much information as I have at the moment. I believe my Line may have originated there. Relations of theirs still live in the surrounding area. If you have not seen any Family connection on my chart maybe you will get lucky here. 

Names in this Carr Family Tree:

Burke, Campbell, Card, Carde, Carr, Cashman, Deady, Flynn, Hennessy, Leahy, Murphy, O'Sullivan, Rohan, Savage, Wilson


Two ways to look at the data

1/  Gedcom Report

Two links to the same information.

Click Here          

2/  Tree format

Click Here  Carr East Cork_Tree            




If You are interested in genealogy research or Ireland, try my useful links Page

Useful Links

Why research is hard in Ireland


My Great Grand Uncle The Maurice Cotter story  A Call from the Grave



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