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Re: Jesse Carroll, Sr NC ca1750
Posted by: Susan Lawrence Date: January 28, 2001 at 11:37:07
In Reply to: Re: Jesse Carroll, Sr NC ca1750 by Cathryn Jex Millburn of 9602

I wish I knew what the relationship was! The following is what I have on the Carrols:
Here is a listing of all the Carrol's (Carroll, Carrell etc.) in the 1790 Census of Duplin, Sampson and Bladen Counties taken directly from the digital microfilm. I went through all three counties page by page.

P.117 Sampson Co. Demcy Carrol 1-0-0-0-0
one house between
Stephen Carrol 1-1-4-0-0
thirteen houses between
Alexander Carrol 1-2-3-0-0
five houses between
Jesse Carrol 3-4-4-0-0 (probably older)
P.120 John Carrol Senr 2-3-5-0-0 ( again older)
P.122 Demcy Carrol 2-0-3-0-0 (older and probably the father of Demcy and Alexander as Demcy signed the marriage bond for Alexander)
P.132 Elizabeth Carrol 0-1-2-0-0 (widow of unknown Carrol)
thirteen houses between
Elisha Carrol 1-2-4-0-0

Duplin had only Hardy Carrol whose data I gave previously.

P.84 Bladen Co. John Carrol 1-0-1-0-0 ( all three in a row)
Thomas Carrol Senr 2-2-4-0-0 (older)
Thomas Carrol 1-0-2-0-0

I have no clue yet who is related to who for sure.
Have also discovered that Hardy was a private in the Revolution who signed up in 1782.
Do you know if Mary Murrah was related to the Adam Murrah in the 1790 Census of Sampson County, NC? So you have any information on Adam? I have a few tidbits. My email is SDL1177@cs.com



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