The Caroll name derives from the O'Carroll of Kings County, Ireland, to Tacheus(Teige)O'Carroll, through Daniel, Donough, William, Donough, Rederic, Daniel, Roderic, Donough, Teige, Donough, Daniel, Anthony, to Daniel of Litterluna in Ireland.
This line derived their name from Cearball, King of Ely, one of the leaders of the victorious native Irish army at the battle of Clontarf in 1014. Fiam or Florence, King of Ely, who died in 1205, was the ancestor in the fourteenth degree of Charles Carroll, Attorney-General of Maryland in 1688, the first of his line in the U.S.
Charles Carroll arrived in Maryland the 1st day of October, 1688. Listed below is his line:
Daniel Carroll of Litterluna, King's County Ireland-died 1734
A. Anthony of Lisheenboy Co. Tipperary
B. Charles Carroll the Settler("Attorney General")-born 1660 - died July 1, 1720.
A. Spouse unknown
Michael Carroll - died 1762
B. Charles Carroll the Settler("The Attorney General")- born 1660 in Litterlouna, Kings Cty, Ireland - died July 1, 1720 in Baltimore, MD.
Spouse- Martha Underwood - died November 1690
Married- November 4, 1689
B-1 Anthony Carroll - died in infancy
2nd Spouse - Mary Darnall I-born 1678 - died February 1742
NOTE: Mary Darnall was the Aunt of Eleanor Darnall who married Daniel Carroll of Upper Marlboro I
Married-February 14, 1693
B-2 Charles Carroll-Born April 27, 1695 - died April 30, 1695
B-3 Charles Carroll-born March 6, 1696-died same day
B-4 Henry Carroll-born January 26, 1697-died April 10, 1719. Drowned at sea while returning home from studies in London.
B-5 Eleanor Carroll-born March 26, 1699-died September 18, 1700
B-6 Bridget Carroll-born September 1, 1701-died same day
B-7 Charles Carroll of Annapolis-born April 19, 1702
B-8 Anthony Carroll-born November 2, 1705-died December 1705
B-9 Daniel Carroll of "Duddington"-born October 3, 1707-died April 15, 1734
B-10 Mary Carroll-born June 3, 1711
B-11 Eleanor Carroll-born August 2, 1712-died April 26, 1734 in England
NOTE: Land owned by Charles Carroll included Clynmalira. It contained 5,000 acres. Litterluna, a smaller tract, was located near the Green Springs Valley. These lands were left by Charles Carroll to his son, Daniel.
B-7 Charles Carroll of Annapolis and "Doughoregan Manor"-born April 2(?), 1702-died 1782
Spouse-Elizabeth Brooke, daughter of Clement and Jane Sewall Brooke-born May 17, 1709-died March 12, 1761
Married-February 15, 1757
B-7-1 Charles Carroll of Carrollton
B-7-1 Charles Carroll of Carrollton-born September 8, 1737-died November 14, 1832
Spouse-Mary Darnall II-born March 19, 1749-died 1782
Married-June 4, 1768
B-7-1-1 Elizabeth Carroll-born 1766-died 1767
B-7-1-2 Mary Carroll-born September 2, 1770-died 1846
Married Richard Caton
B-7-1-3 Louisa Rachel Carroll-born 1772-died in infancy
B-7-1-4 Charles Carroll of Homewood-born March 2, 1775-died 1825
B-7-1-5 Anne Brooke Carroll-born 1776-died in infancy
B-7-1-6 Catherine Carroll-born December 18, 1778-died 1861
B-7-1-7 Elizabeth Carroll-born 1780-died 1783
NOTE: in 1776 when 56 American colonists, Charles Carroll of Carrollton among them, signed the Declaration of Independence. Carroll won his personal independence in 1773 when he bested Daniel Dulany in the controversy over Maryland officials' fees. Replying to Dulaney, known as "Antilon" in the public debates, Charles Carroll had signed his newspaper letters "First Citizen", and this is what he literally became.
At the age of 10, he went to Bohemia Manor Academy run by the Society of Jesus near the Pennsylvania line.
B-7-1-4 Charles Carroll of Homewood born 1775-died Arpil 3, 1825. Buried in the garden of the house on Spa Creek in Annapolis, MD.
Spouse-Harriet Chew-born October 22, 1775-died April 8, 1861
Married-July 17, 1800
B-7-1-4-1 Charles Carroll of Doughoregan-born July 25, 1801
B-7-1-4-2 Elizabeth Henrietta Carroll-born October 6, 1802-died 1842
Married Dr. Aaron Tucker
B-7-1-4-3 Mary Sophia Carroll-born April 9, 1804-died 1886
Married Hon. Richard Henry Bayard
B-7-1-4-4 Benjamin Chew Carroll-born September 27, 1805-died 1806
B-7-1-4-5 Harriet Juliana Carroll-born January 30, 1808-died April 17, 1881
Married Jon. John Lee of Needwood-born 1788-died 1871
B-7-1-4-6 Louisa Carroll-born October 2, 1809
Married Isaac Rand Jackson on January 17, 1833-born 1804-died 1842
Will submit more later.