Included among the papers in Patsey Carrowan's pension application(case 364110), there is a secondary proof of marriage dated 16 Nov 1889. Patsey Carrowan states that she is the widow of Christopher Carrowan deceased, who was a private in Lieut.Dwight M. Kennedy's Company B 1st Regiment N. C. Vols;that her maiden name was Patsey Watson that she was lawfully married to the deceased at Goose Creek Island, Co of Pamlico,NC by Benjamin Campen on or about 18 July 1848.By that marriage had the following 8 children: Mary E., born June 22, 1851; Lovey M., born Oct 16 1852; Martha A., born Jan 28, 1855; Roger W., born Dec 16, 1856; Keturah, born May 2, 1859; Delilah, born June 27, 1861, Julia F., born Jan 5,1866; Fannie, born June 18, 1869. Christopher died 7 Jan 1873. Patsey made her mark.Wm.H. Leary and C. Lewis signed as witnesses. Marcus Carrowan and Susan Voliva swore and made their marks that they were present when Patsey and Christopher were married. This application is located in the National Archives in Washington, DC.