Answers so far are negative on marker 37.Back later if any positive response.
I have been looking for detail for you on Thomas the father: other children et. al.
There is a Thomas Carroll in the will of Samuel Gavin in 1761.
Jessie Carroll the Revolutionary patriot bought land from a Thomas Carroll (unknown year) but probably the Thomas Carroll above because Jessie Carroll's wife was the granddauhter of Samuel Gavin.
Jesse Carroll was on Sampson tax roll in 1784 with 1105 acres and 4 votes.In 1769 he married Mary Gavin of Charles Gavin of Samuel Gavin of Charles Gavin. Jesse died in 1801. His children:
John born 1770 (m. Elizabeth then Ann Hollingsworth.) Thomas born 1772 (m. Mary Ryal) Mary born 1773 (m. James Hollingsworth) Jessie born 1774 (m. Peggy Merrit) Joeseph born 1776 (m. Miss Carr, then Miss Chestnut) Rachel born 1777 (m. Ira Tucker)
This Thomas son of Jesse with a brother named John matched a Thomas in Duplin who had a brother named John Carroll.Thomas had a daughter named Elizabeth Carroll (1807-1861) whoin 1822 married her first cousin James Carroll 1801-1869, the son of John Carroll.
So Thomas is a match for the James and John Carrolls born at the Revolution. Your 1785 Thomas I suspect is their uncle or 2nd/4th cousin.Thomas's father Thomas had a relation with Samuel Gavin whose granddaughter Mary Gavin married Jesse Carroll the NC militia patriot. The way they had children then your Thomas could even be an uncle of Jessie and the same age when they fought in the war.
All these Carrolls I suspect link with my John, William, James Carroll line in Johnston Co., NC. who moved into NC from Isle of Wight Co. VA.