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Patronymic surname derived from the Gaelic cearbhaill, meaning "warlike champion" derived from cearbh, meaning "hacking." Other spellings: O'CARROLL, CARROL, KARREL, CAROL
Latest Activity: Aug 23, 2013
Started by Ralph M McKellar Aug 23, 2013.
Started by Lisa Pyle Lockett Feb 9, 2012.
Started by Randy C. Last reply by Randy C May 25, 2011.
Hello, my name is Ralph M McKellar I am new to your group. My family is Scottish, French. My wife is Linda D Fetters, her roots German on her fathers side and Irish on mothers side Carroll family from Big Stone Gap Va. Any Carroll from Virginia out there?
Kate, I would be interested in seeing the Carroll papers. Can you please send me the link?
Hi Kate, that sounds great, we have never been able to push our Carrol line back as far as Charles and they probably don't connect but I would love to see the tree when you get it up so we can check.
Our family tree is here: http://gustafson.familyhistoryimages.com/
I was researching the Carroll Papers at the Maryland Historical Society yesterday and found genealogical charts included with the collection and based on the Papers. I'm entering these into a database and will be putting them online.
I'm interested in Charles Carroll, The Barrister of Maryland and his adopted son/nephew Nicholas MacCubbin Carroll, also of Maryland. Seeking information regarding the two plantations in Baltimore owned by the family, The Caves in Owings Mills and Mount Clare in Baltimore City. My 4xggrandfather, Christopher Turnpaugh, managed and lived at The Caves from about 1770-1801 and his son, George Turnbaugh was at Mount Clare (dates unknown except for a newsclipping in 1783). I believe George may have managed Mount Clare.
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