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Re: John Carroll of Delaware Co. NY, 1816 - 1890, m. Maria
Posted by: Robert Howard (ID *****6400) Date: February 01, 2009 at 12:46:11
In Reply to: Re: John Carroll of Delaware Co. NY, 1816 - 1890, m. Maria by Ted Pack of 9602

Hi Ted,

Thanks for the response.

Right you are about the abundance of Carrolls in colonial America and just as right about the variable spellings. I have even found census records with the name spelled "Carl" which actually makes phonetic sense since the Carroll surname was frequently pronounced as if it were "Carl."

All the best, Robert


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