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Carroll, Thomas of Phila, PA

Carroll, Thomas of Phila, PA

judy (View posts)
Posted: 2 Apr 1999 2:03PM GMT
Looking for info on Thomas, believed to have come to USA thru Baltimore, MD in 1852 at 17 yrs. Also three or four brothers with him. Thomas married Cathreine Supplee & lived in Phila area. Looking for info on Bros &/or parents. Thanks, JUDY

Thomas Carroll

Barbara Harris (View posts)
Posted: 9 Apr 1999 3:14PM GMT
My great-grandmother's name was Elizabeth Carroll. I think she came from Ireland around the late 1860's. She lived in Mass. and had brothers and sisters that moved to the midwest. I know that one of her sons lived with relatives in Philadelphia. I don't know if there is a connection.

Carroll Ireland to PA and then to Canada 1810-15

John Carroll (View posts)
Posted: 16 Apr 1999 11:56AM GMT
John carroll one of 4-5 sons of Irish sailor
who settled in PA 1800's. Some of family then
went to Ontario in Canada --United Empire
Loyalists.John became Methodist minister and
church historian.Need to follow back and forward
ard on this promising start.

Carrolls of Phila.

Posted: 4 May 1999 10:18PM GMT
This post was deleted by the author on 1 Nov 2012 1:09AM GMT

Carroll Family

Pam Thomas (View posts)
Posted: 17 Jun 1999 11:23PM GMT
Does the name Richard Carroll from Mass. mean anything to anyone? I do know he had a son, Benjamin Thomas Carroll. I was told that Richard was my Graet Grandfather, but have never been able to turn up any information on him. Any help would be appreciated.

Thomas Carroll

Thomasina McGlone (View posts)
Posted: 29 Jun 1999 6:46AM GMT
Thomas Carroll is one of my relatives. I found him in one of the census living on the same block 5100 block of Harlan St in Phila. (West Philly) I will send more info later.

Catherine

Carroll (View posts)
Posted: 30 Jul 1999 9:45AM GMT
My great grandmother was Catherine Carroll supposedly from Ireland she married John E Coughlin and lived in Massachusettes. They had several children.Joseph,William Mary, Edward and Jack. My Grandfather is William, born in Walpole Ma. later moved to Braintree. His dob 1879.

carroll-ireland to pa

laura p. pohl (View posts)
Posted: 3 Aug 1999 3:51PM GMT
on my grandmother's maternal side are the
carroll family. i have info. starting from
ferdinand carroll born in 1751 in ireland to
london to pittsburg pa. he married isabella
johnstone and had 12 children. only 9 surviving
past child hood. names of kids: samuel, george
william, george,phoebe,jane,betsy,mary,james, thomas.
my great grandmother- clara ann carroll b 3-14-1889
d:6-14-1931 was a descendent from ferdiand. if you see
a link: e-mail me at:apachegirl22@juno.com or
laurappohl@compuserve.com

Thomas Carroll

Posted: 7 Aug 1999 9:59PM GMT
Edited: 16 Jul 2001 8:19PM GMT
I also have a grandmother Elizabeth Carroll, but Carroll was her md. name., she md. a William Henry Carroll, Sr., in Peoria, Ill, then had a son Thomas Emmett Carroll, and other sons, a William Henry Carroll Sr., had two sisters, Anna and Elizabeth, I do not know if this will be a connection, so many names similar.

Carroll Family

Posted: 24 Aug 1999 9:59AM GMT
Edited: 5 Jun 2002 6:47PM GMT
Hello,

I probably won't be much help, but a Richard Carroll, born October 5, 1849 in Hyde, England married a Sarah Marshall who was born September 23, 1852 in Kidderminster, England. They emigrated to Massachusetts maybe in the 1880's or 1890's and I believe they had about 6 or 7 children. I have a picture of an Ethel Carroll, their daughter, about age 4. The photo was in a book belonging to my Uncle Norman Willis and was found in his house in Blackpool, England after he died. This Richard Carroll died about 1915 in New Bedford, MA. I have no idea how my Willis family is connected to the Carroll family, but I am trying to find out. Do you have any more information that may give a clue to your Richard Carroll and his family? Thanks for any help.

Betty
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