Jere Carrier1

M, #89976, b. 25 March 1789, d. 16 March 1878
     Jere Carrier was born on 25 March 1789 at West Springfield, Hampden Co., MA; Comment by DGB: based on both the 1800 census for his parents and his age on the 1850 census, his birth year was more likely to have been late 1790 or early 1791. End of comment.1 He was the son of Jeremiah Carrier and Sarah Ball.1 Jere Carrier married Abby A. Potter, daughter of Augustus Potter and Achsah (????), on 3 May 1815 at Floyd, Oneida Co., NY.1 Jere Carrier died on 16 March 1878 at Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, at age 88.1 He was buried at Market Street Cemetery, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY.2
     He served as a surgeon in War of 1812. He was a member of the NY state assembly from Jefferson County, 1829. Jere studied medicine and graduated at Fairfield, N.Y. and located at Alexandria Bay where he practiced his profession several years. He served inthe War of 1812 and finally located in Cape Vincent , where he was a collector of customs.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

August 1820Ellisburg, Jefferson Co., NY3
15 August 1850Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY"Jerre" age 59, b. MA, physician, with wife Abby and daughter Helen; living next to son Augustus and family4
13 June 1860Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY"Jerre" age 70, b. MA, physician, with wife Abby and daughter Helen5
27 June 1870Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY"G." age 81, b. MA, M.D., with wife Abby and daughter Helen6

Children of Jere Carrier and Abby A. Potter

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).
  2. [S903] Find A Grave - A User-Contributed Listing of Cemeteries and Memorials; Find A Grave Founder Jim Tipton, 2009; online at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs&, Market Street Cemetery, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY.
  3. [S4] 1820 (August 7) U.S. Census, Ellsburg, Jefferson Co., NY, p. 374.
  4. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY, p. 785 (stamped 393).
  5. [S8] 1860 (June 1) U.S. Census, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY, p. 11 (stamped 121).
  6. [S9] 1870 (June 1) U.S. Census, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY, p. 69 (stamped 202).

Jere Carrier1

M, #89977
     Jere Carrier is the son of Augustus Livingston Carrier and Julia Felicia Horvath.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Augustus Taylor1

M, #89978, b. 21 May 1869
     Augustus Taylor was born on 21 May 1869 at Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.2 He was the son of Nathaniel Terry Taylor and Mary E. Carrier.1 Augustus Taylor married Josephine M. Kübel on 23 October 1895 at Washington, DC.3

Census, Occupation & Residence

14 July 1870Detroit, Wayne Co., MI"Augustus" age 1, b. MI, with parents1
9 June 1880Washington, DC"Augustus" age 11, b. MI, with parents, etc.4
18 April 1910Washington, DC"Augustus B." age 40, b. MI, druggist at own store, with wife Josephine, children Edward, Frank, and Elizabeth, and brother Henry; living next to sister Edna and family5

Children of Augustus Taylor and Josephine M. Kübel

Citations

  1. [S9] 1870 (June 1) U.S. Census, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, p. 115 (stamped 385).
  2. [S1475] Michigan Births 1867-1902, made available by FamilySearch.org (Salt Lake City, Utah) on-line at http://familysearch.org, 2010; database courtesy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, p. 263.
  3. [S1786] District of Columbia Marriages 1811-1950, made available by FamilySearch.org (Salt Lake City, Utah) on-line at http://familysearch.org, 2012; database courtesy of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, p. 117.
  4. [S10] 1880 (June 1) U.S. Census, Washington, DC, ED 58, p. 32 (back of stamped 315).
  5. [S13] 1910 (April 15) U.S. Census, Washington, DC, ED 179, Sheet 3A (stamped 193).

Henry W. Taylor1

M, #89979, b. circa 1873
     Henry W. Taylor was born circa 1873 at MI.1 He was the son of Nathaniel Terry Taylor and Mary E. Carrier.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

9 June 1880Washington, DC"Henry W." age 7, b. MI, with parents, etc.1
18 April 1910Washington, DC"Henry W." age 37, b. MI, clerk for a drug store; living with brother Augustus and family2

Citations

  1. [S10] 1880 (June 1) U.S. Census, Washington, DC, ED 58, p. 32 (back of stamped 315).
  2. [S13] 1910 (April 15) U.S. Census, Washington, DC, ED 179, Sheet 3A (stamped 193).

Jessie Carrier1

M, #89980, b. 17 March 1868, d. 18 August 1868
     Jessie Carrier was born on 17 March 1868 at Detroit, Wayne Co., MI; twin of Bessie.1 He was the son of Albert Esselstyn Carrier and Irene Sophronia Hibbard.1 Jessie Carrier died on 18 August 1868 at Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.2

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).
  2. [S903] Find A Grave - A User-Contributed Listing of Cemeteries and Memorials; Find A Grave Founder Jim Tipton, 2009; online at http://www.findagrave.com/cgi-bin/fg.cgi?page=gs&, Woodmere Cemetery, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.

John Michael Carrier1

M, #89981
     John Michael Carrier is the son of Michael Dean Carrier and Alicia Clark.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Kathryn Ann Carrier1

F, #89982
     Kathryn Ann Carrier is the daughter of Philip Rene Carrier and Carol Camburn.1

Children of Kathryn Ann Carrier and Kevin Morgan

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Keegan Peter Stanley Carrier1

M, #89983
     Keegan Peter Stanley Carrier is the son of Brian Kenneth Carrier and Susan Derrenbacher.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Kelley Jo Carrier1

F, #89984
     Kelley Jo Carrier is the daughter of Ansel Eugene Carrier and Edith Sarah Carpenter.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Kenneth Seymour Carrier1

M, #89985
     Kenneth Seymour Carrier is the son of Stanley Otis Carrier and Gladys Victoria Clark.1

Children of Kenneth Seymour Carrier and Willie Martel Hall

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Kimberly Edith Carrier1

F, #89986
     Kimberly Edith Carrier is the daughter of Neal Frank Carrier and Sarah Ann Sexton.1

Children of Kimberly Edith Carrier and Robert Edward Lehman

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

LaMoyne Norma Carrier1

F, #89987
     LaMoyne Norma Carrier is the daughter of Stanley Otis Carrier and Gladys Victoria Clark.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Louisa Carrier1

F, #89988, b. circa 1846
     Louisa Carrier was born circa 1846.1 She was the daughter of Seymour J. Carrier and Emmaline Patience Fox.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Lucas Robert Carrier1

M, #89989
     Lucas Robert Carrier is the son of Rodney John Carrier and Judith Bascom.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Marjorie Carrier1

F, #89990
     Marjorie Carrier is the daughter of Stanley Otis Carrier and Gladys Victoria Clark.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Mary E. Carrier1

F, #89991, b. 10 July 1849
     Mary E. Carrier was born on 10 July 1849 at Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY.1 She was the daughter of Augustus Carrier and Frances Marilla Ainsworth.1 Mary E. Carrier married Nathaniel Terry Taylor on 1 June 1868 at Detroit, Wayne Co., MI.1

Census, Occupation & Residence

15 August 1850Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY"Mary E." age 1, b. NY, with parents, etc.2
18 June 1860Detroit, Wayne Co., MI"Mary" age 10, b. NY, with parents, etc.3
14 July 1870Detroit, Wayne Co., MI"Mary" age 20, b. NY, with husband, etc; living next to parents4
9 June 1880Washington, DC"Mary E." age 30, b. NY, with husband, etc.5
12 June 1900Washington, DC"Mary E." age 50, b. ME, with husband, etc.6

Children of Mary E. Carrier and Nathaniel Terry Taylor

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).
  2. [S7] 1850 (June 1) U.S. Census, Cape Vincent, Jefferson Co., NY, p. 785 (stamped 393).
  3. [S8] 1860 (June 1) U.S. Census, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, p. 55.
  4. [S9] 1870 (June 1) U.S. Census, Detroit, Wayne Co., MI, p. 115 (stamped 385).
  5. [S10] 1880 (June 1) U.S. Census, Washington, DC, ED 58, p. 32 (back of stamped 315).
  6. [S12] 1900 (June 1) U.S. Census, Washington, DC, ED 109, Sheet 22A (stamped 250).

Mary E. Carrier1

F, #89992
     Mary E. Carrier was the daughter of Jere Carrier and Abby A. Potter.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Michael Dean Carrier1

M, #89993
     Michael Dean Carrier is the son of Dean Howard Carrier and Barbara Paddock.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Nathan Dale Carrier1

M, #89994, b. 13 March 1957, d. 26 November 2006
     Nathan Dale Carrier was born on 13 March 1957.1 He was the son of Ralph Frank Carrier and Mary Alyce Hunt.1 Nathan Dale Carrier died on 26 November 2006 at Jackson, Jackson Co., MI, at age 49.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Neal Frank Carrier1

M, #89995
     Neal Frank Carrier is the son of Howard Nealand Carrier and Mildred Melva Pugh.1

Children of Neal Frank Carrier and Sarah Ann Sexton

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Niall Brian Carrier1

M, #89996
     Niall Brian Carrier is the son of Brian Kenneth Carrier and Susan Derrenbacher.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Noralee Carrier1

F, #89997
     Noralee Carrier is the daughter of Ralph Frank Carrier and Mary Alyce Hunt.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Paul Austin Carrier1

M, #89998
     Paul Austin Carrier is the son of Philip Rene Carrier and Carol Camburn.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Philip Rene Carrier1

M, #89999
     Philip Rene Carrier is the son of Ralph Frank Carrier and Mary Alyce Hunt.1

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).

Ralph Frank Carrier1

M, #90000, b. 10 November 1915, d. 29 August 1992
     Ralph Frank Carrier was born on 10 November 1915 at Rome, Oneida Co., NY.1 He was the son of Ansel John Carrier and Grace May Anson.1 Ralph Frank Carrier married Mary Alyce Hunt, daughter of Leroy Hunt and Alice Soules, on 1 August 1942 at Macon, Bibb Co., GA.1 Ralph Frank Carrier died on 29 August 1992 at MI at age 76.1 He was buried at Wright Cemetery, Lowell, Kent Co., MI.1
     From the "Lansing State Journal",' Monday, Sept. 17, 1984 by Frank Hand, Staff Writer: Ralph Carrier and David Lopez were busy making history 40 years ago, Sept 17, 1944 and both find it difficult to discuss. Both were paratroopers with the 82nd Airborne Division when it dropped in Holland as part of the famous 'Operation Garden Market' which became the subject of the book 'A Bridge Too Far'. The operation was the largest airborne maneuver ever. Its objective was to seize a series of bridges and make a dagger thrust into the Ruhr Valley, the threat of Germany's industrial empire, and end the war in 1944. The American 101st Division bailed out at Eindhoven, 15 miles from the Belgian border. The 82nd Airborne Division went in at Nijmegen, 45 miles further north. The British 1st Airborne Division dropped at Arnhem, 10 miles north of Nijmegen. British ground forces were to relieve airborne troops in three days. The ground troops got to the Americans in four days but were never able to relieve the British. In 10 days of fierce fighting, 8,700 of the 18,000 airborne troopers were killed. Most of the casualties were from the British 1st Airborne and the Polish Brigade that tried to relieve them. The American troops secured the southern part of Holland and were relieved after a month.
     'I am a very poor subject to interview,' Carrier said. 'I have spent 40 years trying to forget.' Carrier landed in water and searched for nearly a day before he joined his unit near the town of Graves. He was a member of the 504th regiment. At about the same time, Lopez was landing in a cabbage patch near Grosbeek Heights about 10 miles away. He was a member of the 505th regiment. Another Lansing resident and member of the 82nd, Gus Zervos of 4413 Alpha St., is in Holland taking part in a ceremony dedicating a museum to the American Airborne troops. Carrier admits 'it is extremely difficult to sort out the details.' Carrier was 25 years old and one of the first enlisted men to join the division when it was first activated in 1942. He is also one of only a few hundred men who participated in all three combat jumps of the 82nd. Prior to Holland he had jumped into Sicily and Salerno (Italy). He recalls the fighting 'for the first three or four days' was really rough. He crossed the Waal River at Nijmegen four times. He recalled 'we took it, lost it, took it and lost it.' A rock, hurled by an exploding shell, hit him in the mouth. 'Two teeth were broken off and the medic pulled out the roots when my mouth was still numb. I never left the line,' he recalled.
     It was the first combat for Lopez, who had joined the division in England. He could only recall 'The house-to-house fighting was really tough.' 'We crossed the river (Waal) about four times in ducks (amphibious trucks) during the first four days' while the regiment was taking and losing the bridge near Graves. Both recalled how generous the Dutch people were. 'I don't recall eating rations. The people would bring us food. I never ate so much rabbit in my life,' Carrier recalled. To Carrier the memories were not good. 'In Sicily my company was wiped out. At Salerno, I was the only one of my machine gun squad to survive. I never made close friends after that.' When asked where the worst fighting was, both replied in the same breath 'The Bulge.' Following Holland, the 82nd went into reserve in France. In December, the Germans launched a Maive offense in the Ardennes Forest in Belgium and the 82nd was rushed into the fight. Few of the troopers were equipped for winter fighting. There Lopez was made Sergeant 'because there was no one left. We were nearly wiped out.' Both ended the war with the division near the Elbe River where they were the first troops that linked with the Russians.1

Children of Ralph Frank Carrier and Mary Alyce Hunt

Citations

  1. [S1785] Neal F. Carrier, Descendants of Sarah Ball and Jeremiah Carrier of West Springfield MA (Holland Patent NY: n.pub., 23 June 2012).