Oops! I think I spoke too soon. This deed abstract is another reason to re-think the relationships, and to give "Dr" Charles Carroll as the son of the Att. Gen. I think the two mentioned in these phrase "on 5 Sep 1716 conveyed to Charles Carroll; sd. land was vested in Charles Carroll, physician, heir of afsd. Charles Carroll" "will of Charles Carroll, Esq. and Daniel Carroll his brother right to sell land" were the sons of the Att. Gen. Wish I could see the microfilm of the original!
Land Records of Prince George's County, Maryland Recorded at request of John Bowie, 29 Aug 1737: 25 Aug 1737; Indenture between Charles Carroll, Esq. of Annapolis and John Bowie; in 1664 Lord Baltimore granted Robert Brooke 1000 acres called Brooke Ridge; Calvert Co. records: 30 Sep 1667 Robert Brooke assigned the tract to his brother Charles Brooke and his heirs; who in 1671 bequeathed same to his sisters Ann & Elizabeth Brooke; Ann m. Christopher Beanes and Elizabeth m. Richard Smith and had several children b. in wedlock; Christopher Beanes & Ann his wife by indenture 16 Aug 1684 in Calvert Co. conveyed their moiety, bounded by Mt. Calvert Manor, to Richard Smith; his eldest son, Richard Smith, on 5 Sep 1716 conveyed to Charles Carroll; sd. land was vested in Charles Carroll, physician, heir of afsd. Charles Carroll; Joshua Cecil possessed land called Craycrofts Right by indenture dated 17 Sep 1713 in the mortgaged land records of Charles Co.; his heir Isaac Cecil released mortgage to Charles Carroll on 16 Oct 1722; will of Charles Carroll, Esq. and Daniel Carroll his brother right to sell land; this indenture; for £300; Brooke Ridge and Craycroft's Right conveyed to John Bowie; /s/ Char. Carroll; wit. Jno. Lomax, G. Beddoe