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AUGUSTA GAZETTE, 1 November 1906
Obituary of D. M. CARR
Obituary

D.M.Carr was born in Sumner Co., Tennessee June 11, 1829, died Sunday, Oct. 28, 1906 in his 78 year.

He was married to Nancy Ann dobbins of the above named place A.D., October 20, 1853. In the year 1882 he left his native state and came to Kansas and lived principally in and around Augusta. To this union was born eleven children five boys and six girls, all of whom survive him but four who departed from this life after reaching a well matured age. Two, sisters and two brothers survive of the old family tree Mr. N. K. Carr familiarly known as Aunt Nicy. Bro D.M. Carr was a good man in every since of the word, a deep spiritual man, converted to christianity very early in life. He and his wife both united with the Cumberland Presbyterian church in Tennessee and ever lived a devout consecrated christian life. Since is death of his beloved companion which occurred in August 1882 he has made his home among his children. He was a devoted husband and a kind effictionate father, and a good citizen and a good neighbour and it can be said of him that he fought a good fight and keep the faith to the finish of his course and that there is laid up for him at the rifgt hand of God a crown of rejoicing.
Transcribed and Contributed by Marland Boucher


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