James T. Carr, ninety-one, of Hamburg, died Saturday morning at Alexander Linn Hospital here where he had been a patient for three months after suffering a stroke. Mr. Carr was born in Vernon Township, June 21, 1842, a son of Gosper and Rachel Force Carr. He lived in Wantage Township his entire life. He was a retired farmer, and had spent the last sixty-two years at the homestead halfway between Sussex and Hamburg. Mr. Carr’s wife, Esther A. (Simpson) Carr, died the latter part of 1926. He is survived by a daughter, Miss Bertha K. Carr, at the homestead; a son, David Carr, of Hamburg; and seven grandchildren.
Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon from the homestead in the Hamburg road. Rev. Walter E. Reynolds, pastor of Sussex Baptist church, officiated. Burial was in North Church cemetery.
Source: Undated clipping on Find-a-Grave. James T. Carr died October 20, 1933.