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  Daniel Carroll
Daniel Carroll (July 22, 1730 – July 5, 1796) was a politician and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Carroll was a patrician planter who fused family honor with the cause of American independence, willingly risking his social and economic position in the community for the Patriot cause.
Carroll was an active member of the Constitutional Convention, despite the fact that illness prevented him from attending the early sessions.
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  Daniel Carroll - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Daniel Carroll (July 22, 1730–July 5, 1796) was a politician and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States.
Carroll was a patrician planter who fused family honor with the cause of American independence, willingly risking his social and economic position in the community for the Patriot cause.
Carroll was an active member of the Constitutional Convention, despite the fact that illness prevented him from attending the early sessions.
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 Daniel Carroll, Signer of the U.S. Constitution   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Daniel Carroll is regarded as one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of America.
Daniel Carroll was a member of one collateral branch of a prominent Maryland family of Irish descent.
Daniel was born in 1730 at Upper Marlboro, Md. Befitting the son of a wealthy Roman Catholic family, he studied for 6 years (1742-48) under Jesuits at St. Omer's in Flanders.
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 Career Before The Constitutional Convention - Daniel Carroll
Daniel Carroll (July 22, 1730—July 5, 1796) was a politician and one of the Founding Fathers of the United States of the United States.
Daniel Carroll was a prominent member of one of Americas great colonial families, a family that produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence in Charles Carroll of Carrollton, a cousin, and the first Catholic bishop in the United States, Daniels brother John Carroll.
Daniel Carroll was a patrician planter who fused family honor with the cause of American independence, willingly risking his social and economic position in the community for the Patriot (American Revolution) cause.
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 Daniel Carroll
Until the Revolution Daniel Carroll led the life of the country gentlemen of the day, but it may be noted that the Catholic men who had been sent abroad to school were far superior, as a class, to their neighbours, whose narrow and insular education rarely led them to interests beyond their county limits.
Carroll was an active partisan of the colonists, serving as a member from Maryland of the old Colonial Congress (1780-1784).
On 15 April, 1791, Carroll and David Stuart, as the official commissioners of Congress, laid the corner-stone of the District of Columbia at Jones's Point near Alexandria, Virginia.
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 American Revolution - The Founding Fathers, Daniel Carroll, Maryland
Daniel Carroll was member of a prominent Maryland family of Irish descent.
A collateral branch was led by Charles Carroll of Carrollton, signer of the Declaration of Independence.
In 1789 Carroll won a seat in the U.S. House of Representatives, where he voted for locating the Nation's Capital on the banks of the Potomac and for Hamilton's program for the federal assumption of state debts.
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 Catholic Founding Fathers - The Carroll Family
Carroll supported the war with his own private funds; he was widely regarded as the wealthiest of all the colonists, with the most to lose were the fight for independence to fail.
Daniel Carroll of Rock Creek (1730-1796) was a member of the Continental Congress (1781-1783), and a signer of the Articles of Confederation.
Charles Carroll Carter is on the board of trustees of the Charles Carroll House of Annapolis, Maryland, the birthplace of Charles Carroll of Carrollton.
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 Caroll, Daniel
Carroll, Daniel (1730-1796) Signer of the Constitution: Daniel Carroll was born on July 22, 1730, in Upper Marlboro, Maryland.
Daniel Carroll attended the Continental Congress from 1781 to 1783, and was the only Roman Catholic to sign the Articles of Confederation.
At the 1787 Philadelphia Convention, Carroll was an active debator, and was one of the signers of the Constitution at the end of the conference.
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 CARROLL, Daniel - Archontology.org
Daniel Carroll was educated at the Jesuit School at Bohemia Manor, Maryland, and at St. Omer's College, France.
Carroll was elected chairman of the Congress on 3 Nov 1783 in absence of President Thomas Mifflin, who assumed the chair on 13 Dec 1783.
Carroll was appointed (26 May 1787) a delegate to the convention that framed the Federal Constitution.
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 Telcordia - Bios - Daniel J. Carroll, Jr.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Daniel J. Carroll brings more than 35 years of leadership and industry experience to his position as President and CEO of Telcordia Technologies.
Carroll is currently on the Board of Directors of Pall Corporation (NYSE:PLL), where he serves as the Lead Independent Director in addition to the Audit Committee and he is Chair of the Compensation Committee.
Carroll received a BSEE and an MSEE from New Jersey Institute of Technology and an MS in Management from the Sloan School of Management at Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
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 Presidential Gallery   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Carroll was the first clerical President to have a full seminary as well as college education.
For the third time Carroll had just resigned a pulpit (this one in Brooklyn) because of illness when, unbeknownst to him, he was elected; on Alexander's advice, he accepted.
On 25 September 1835 Carroll enjoyed the first full made-to-order inauguration, at which he impressed all with a lengthy address that reflected mature academic statesmanship.
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 Carroll - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Daniel Carroll (1730–1796), Americian politician from Maryland, signer of the Declaration of Indepence
Carroll, town in Coos County, New Hampshire, USA.
Carroll Hall, residence hall at the University of Notre Dame, South Bend, IN, USA.
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 Carroll Family of SC, FL and TX: Second Generation
His widow, Martha R. Mixon Carroll also applied for a widows pension, but it was denied because she had not married him before 1895, which was required into order to be eligible for a widows pension.
Burton Franklin Carroll was born 16 December 1863.
Soloman Carroll was born in Barnwell Co., South Carolina 4 September 1866.
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 Maryland Historical Society Library: Carroll-Maccubbin Papers, 1644-1888, MS. 219 - Finding Aid
Carroll was also the executor of his brother Daniel Carroll of Duddington's estate and a few papers relating to this are in Box 9.
Carroll was appointed trustee for Daniel's children to handle the estate until the children, Charles Carroll of Duddington, Mary, and Eleanor Carroll, came of age.
Mary [Ludlow] Carroll was the wife of James Carroll (1817-87), Her few papers consist of two bills, a letter of condolence on the death of her husband, and a letter from her son-in-law, J. Alex Preston, while he was at the Sweet Springs resort, 1881.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: John Carroll
In 1776, when a committee composed of Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Chase, and Charles Carroll of Carrollton was about to be sent by the Continental Congress to seek the neutrality of Canada during the War of Independence, "by a special resolution (Feb. 15) Charles Carroll of Carrollton was requested to prevail on Mr.
When the war was over Carroll and five other priests met at Whitemarsh, Md., 27 June, 1783, to discuss ways and means to carry on their missionary work and hold their property intact.
Bishop Carroll himself, addressed (10 June, 1789) to a maligner of Catholics: "Their blood flowed as freely (in proportion to their numbers) to cement the fabric of independence as that of any of their fellow-citizens.
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 Daniel Carroll
Daniel Carroll was a prominent member of one of America's great colonial families, a family that produced a signer of the Declaration of Independence in Charles Carroll of Carrollton, a cousin, and the first Catholic bishop in the United States, Daniel's brother John.
Daniel Carroll was a patrician planter who fused family honor with the cause of American independence, willingly risking his social and economic position in the community for the Patriot cause.
After ratification was achieved in Maryland, Carroll became a representative in the First Congress, where, reflecting his concern for economic and fiscal stability, he voted for the assumption of state debts by the federal government.
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 McCRANK Pioneer Family
The parents of Thomas Carroll, Mary Carroll and James Carroll are Daniel Carroll 1805-1861 and Ellen Swain 1820-1899.
Daniel and Ellen Carroll are buried in this Cemetery.
Down passed Daniel and Ellen Carroll's property, passed the crossroads on the right was once the home of their nephew Daniel Carroll and Harriet Lanen.
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 DANIEL O'CARROLL AND ELLEN SWAIN
Joy DANIEL O‘CARROLL AND ELLEN SWAIN Daniel Carroll 1805 - 1861 born in County Cavan Ireland.
The Dan Carroll who married Harriet Lennon lived on the homestead for some years The most of their family was born there before they moved to Farrellton near old Poupore station.
Larry Carroll __________________________ June 22, 2005: Related families in the Chelsea / Farrelton area in the 1800s were Mulvihill, Hendrick, and Daly families.
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 American Memory from the Library of Congress - Browse by
Daniel Carroll to James Madison, October 1, 1792.
Daniel Carroll to James Madison, October 21, 1791.
Daniel Carroll to James Madison, October 28, 1787.
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 Carroll Surnames
Charles was the 2nd son of Daniel Carroll, Esq., of Litterluna, in the King’s County, in Ireland.
Carroll won his personal independence in 1773 when he bested Daniel Dulany in the controversy over Maryland officials' fees.
B-9-2-2-2 Mary Carroll - buried November 30, 1841 at Greenmount Cemetery in Baltimore, MD B-9-2-2-1 Henry Carroll of Clynmalira - born 1797 - buried November 30, 1841 at Greenmount Cemetery in Baltimore, MD Spouse - Mary Bondieu Sterett - born January 20, 1800
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 Daniel Carroll Bible
The Bible belongs to and is in the possession of Calvin Franklin Carroll, Great-Grandson of Daniel Carroll, Grandson of Franklin Burton Carroll and Son of Franklin Garrett Carroll and his first wife Lorine Harrell Carroll.
Daniel Carroll the son of Burton Carroll and Mary Carroll was borned in the year of our Lord December the 18th 1838
Edward Carroll the son of Daniel and Jain Carroll was borned in the year of our Lord the 28th 1856.
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 American Memory from the Library of Congress - Browse by
Daniel Carroll to James Madison, October 1, 1792.
Daniel Carroll to James Madison, October 21, 1791.
Daniel Carroll to James Madison, October 28, 1787.
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 Tyler Morning Telegraph - LOCAL SPORTS - 12/11/2004 - CARROLL DENIES LUFKIN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Carroll (15-0), the top-ranked team in Texas and the nation, advances to its third state championship in as many seasons.
Carroll, which captured Class 3A state crowns in 1988, 1992 and 1993, racked up 475 yards of offense and picked up 28 first downs against a Lufkin team ranked third in the state and 11th nationally.
Daniel then converted a third-and-4 with a 6-yard run, a third-and-9 with a 16-yard completion to Aaron Luna and a third-and-2 with a 3-yard sneak out of the shotgun formation.
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 Daniel CARROLL
Daniel Carroll, William Perry, and Benjamin Hawkins from North Carolina, are listed at one point as serving on a Committee to conclude a treaty with the Cherokee Indians in 1785.
A general observation is made that many of the Carrolls lived on the frontier near the Indian borders and were therefore in a position to learn the Indian languages at an early age.
Daniel Carroll received land in what is now Gilmer County, 24th District, 2nd Section, Lot #243, near headwaters of Salicoe Creek.
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Daniel Carroll I of Upper Marlboro married Eleanor Darnell and they had 7 children.
Daniel Carroll of Rock Creek, known in the District of Columbia as the Commissioner, was one of three Commissioners George Washington appointed to lay out the new federal city.
Because Daniel III died before his father, the property was inherited by his son William.
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 Delegates to the Constitutional Convention: Daniel Carroll   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Carroll is a Man of large fortune, and influence in his State.
One of three U.S. Commisioners to plan Washington, D.C. Biography from the National Archives: Daniel Carroll was member of a prominent Maryland family of Irish descent.
Returning to Maryland after the convention, he campaigned for ratification of the Constitution but was not a delegate to the state convention.
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 Telcordia - Press Release - Telcordia Names Industry Veteran Daniel J. Carroll as President and CEO   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Carroll was Chief Operating Officer of the Business Communications Services Division at Lucent Technologies, where he was responsible for a $7 billion global business that provided telecommunications systems to large and small business enterprises.
Carroll, a professional engineer who played an instrumental role in the development of the first VOIP switch for the Lucent division that later became Avaya, spent 35 years with the AT&T, Western Electric and the Lucent family of companies.
Carroll at Lucent Technologies, commented, "We are at what is both a very exciting and challenging time in the history of communications.
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