Hi Kathy. I've been researching Andrew John (or Jackson) Bartholomew Carroll for years.His death record indicates a Knox County, TN birth on April 12, 1823.He married a Mary Brown in Jefferson County in 1847, living there in 1850, and in Robertson County from about 1858 until death with 2nd or 3rd wife.(1910 census indicates M3).Interestingly, he and entire family changed name from Bartholomew to Carroll before 1880, but still used Bartholomew interchageably afterwards.(Coincidence or relative - Levi shows up in Robertson County about the same time of the name change to Carrol.)Even A.J.'s daughters who married as Bartholomew's were known as Carrolls by children since that time.It is uncertain if A.J. was a Carroll or Bartholomew at birth. I have a suspicion that A.J. was a Carroll at birth and is an older sibling of the Carroll children we find in Bradly County in 1850 living alone with older sister Elizabeth.A.J. was older and already moved on.There was no Bradley County in 1823.So when completing death record for him, "awe near Knoxville somewhere"...ok-Knox County, so Knox County may not be entirely correct, just as Levi indicates a VA birth in some census but Bradley County listed on death record.Neither Levi's or A.J.'s child who were informants on death record could say who their father's parents were...child did not know who grandparents were?We have rumor of Cherokee in the family also.If he was a Carroll at birth, then the question would be why he used Bartholomew for so many years.People have speculated alot on the name change, but the fact is he was already living in Greenbrier for 20 years before changing to Carroll and for another 30 after.He wasn't hiding from anything.Bartholomew was most likely an adopted name, name of a grandparent (Joseph listed in 1830 Knox County), maiden name of mother.Of course, I am just speculating, but I think there is a sibling relation to the Bradley County Carrol children on 1850 census and Bartholomew was the borrowed name - not Carrol(l).