Monthly Archives: August 2010

Dissapointed

I just heard about the reunion from another decendant here in Colchester Ct. Apparently no spots left. Hopefully another event will be held for those of us not able to attend…..Any thoughts?  Maybe here in Connecticut??

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Hello All

I’m descended from Thomas (the rock thrower) Carrier Jr. Anne Dudley Bradstreet, the poet in Kathleen’s book, was my 8th great grandmother. Her son Dudley Bradstreet (my 8th great uncle) was a Justice of the Peace in Salem and was … Continue reading

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I first heard of Martha when I was a teenager. My Grandmother was married to George L. Carrier & had a copy of the Kneeland Genealogies that she handed down to all the Grandkids. I kinda forgot about it until … Continue reading

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My Carrier Story

My sixth grade year in Middle School I met a girl who’s middle name is Carrier. I thought that was pretty interesting because Carrier is my last name. She already knew that she was related to Martha Carrier, and we … Continue reading

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Martha and Thomas Carrier history

Neal Carrier has one of the most thorough Web sites on the history of the Carriers, along with vast genealogical work on his “line.” Check it out by clicking here.

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A big thank you to Jim

What a wonderful idea to start a site for the Carrier descendents to stay connected, to offer their insights, opinions and photographs.  As the reunion approaches I hope everyone will want to contribute to the posts.  Looking forward to seeing … Continue reading

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Martha’s family launches Web site

Welcome to a Web site for the descendants of Martha Carrier, hanged as a witch in Salem, Massachusetts. Anyone may register and post a note, article, photos — even video. You may also comment on any post. How-to instructions are … Continue reading

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