Can anyone tell me about the following Daniel Carroll?Seeking information on the Daniel Carroll from PA and MD.
Record of Pennsylvania Marriages Prior to 1810; Volume 1; Marriage Record of Christ Church, Philadelphia 1709–1806
1735, May 31, Carroll, Daniel, and Marjory (Palmer) Gore, (widow of John Gore).
Another line of Daniel Carroll:
1. COL. HENRY1 DARNALL died in The Woodyard, Prince George Co., MD.
Notes for COL. HENRY DARNALL: CD# 162 Lord Baltimore, being in 1680, about going to England, appointed a particular council, distinct from the council to state, to determine all matters of land and acts of grace and layover therein--- were appointed, the honorable Col. Henry Darnall, Col. William Diggs, Major Nicholas Small and John Darnall. These gentlemen, with two others, were to constitute a council to conduct the administration during the proprielarys absence, his minor son, Benedict Leonard Calvert, being appointed Governor
Generation No. 2
2. ELEANOR2 DARNALL (HENRY1) died February 03, 1795. She married DANIEL CARROL.
Notes for ELEANOR DARNALL:
The following is the inscription on a monumental slab of the mother of the Arch Bishop Carroll in the family burial ground in what is known as "Carroll Chapel" now Saint Johns in Montgomery County MD near the former residence of the family and the cottage: IHS Sacred to the memory of Mrs. Eleanor Carroll, relict of Daniel Carroll, Esq. she died on the 3rd day of February in the year 1795, aged 92. This stone is erected over her remains by her mourning children to testify their mourning veneration for her eminent virtues and their (rest of stone illegible].
Mrs. Darnell (sic) was the daughter of Col. Henry Darnall of the Woodyard, Prince George MD.
Another daughter of Mrs. Eleanor Carroll married Notley Young. ---- The first record that I have on Charles Carroll is:
1736 Recorded at request of John Browne Brazier 12 July 1736: Lease between Charles Carroll of Annapolis, Esq and John Browne Brazier, planter; for rent; a tract called "Outlet" containing 100 acres; /s/ Charles Carrol, John Brown Brazier;