'Carroll1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Carroll of Ballynure, Carroll of Dublin, Carrol of Tulla
[The upper section below was first launched on 10.02.20 as a section of a Temporary page where it was part reviewed on 12.02.22 on which date the lower sections were added to that page. The sections were moved here after review led to acceptance that there was little chance of our making a significant improvement to them in the near future and that they were 'good enough' to be promoted into the main database.]

BLGI1912 does not identify any coat of arms for the following family.
Richard Carrol
1. James Carrol of Tulla, co. Tipperary
  m. Elizabeth Carrol (dau of William Carroll of Balliecrenocle)
  A. James Carrol of Tulla (d unm 1728, Captain)
  B. William Carrol of Tulla (d 1749)
  i. William Carrol of Tulla (d 1802)
  m. Ellen Dalton
  a. William Carrol of Lissen Hall & Tulla (d 28.02.1816)
  m. (05.07.1772) Susanna Parker
  (1) Sir William Parker Carrol b 27.01.1776, d 02.07.182, (Lt. General) had issue
  m. (17.03.1817) Emma Sophia Sherwell (dau of E. Sherwell of Kew)
  (2) Richard Carrol (Lt. Colonel, 4th son)
  m. Mary
  (3)+ other issue - John (a 12.1842), Morgan
  b. Margaret Carrol
  m. _ Nugent
  c. Dorothy Carrol
  m. (c1773) W. Griffin
  d. Catherine Carrol (d unm)
The following are not mentioned by BLGI1912. BFR ('Burke', p122, note) identifies the undermentioned Frances as "cousin to Sir William Parker Carrol, Knt., and of Marianne, Marchioness Wellesley". Noting the additional generation to the daughters of Charles of Carrolstown, and noting that BLGI1912 has already mentioned 3 sisters for Sir William's father, we presume to interpret that as meaning that Sir William Parker Carrol was not 1st cousin but 2nd cousin to Frances & Marianne. Noting the dates also, it is not unlikely that Frances was either a generation earlier than Sir William & Marianne or her grandfather was older than the above William (who d 1802).
  ii. ?? Carrol
  a. ?? Carrol of Newlawn, co. Tipperary possibly of this generation
  (1) Frances Carrol (b 1751-8, d 05.02.1838)
  m. Anthony Burke of Clondagoff Castle (b 1775, d 24.04.1835)
iii. Charles Carol or Carroll of Carrolstown, Maryland (d 1833) possibly of this generation
  The following is supported by a note in BLGI1912 ('O'Carroll of Athgoe Park') which reports that this Charles was descended from Donogh O'Carroll, "son of Wlliam the Fair, Chief of Ely, who d. A.D. 1377". See OCarroll1.
  a. Charles Carroll
  (1) Charles Carroll had issue
  m. _ Lee (dau of Robert Henry Lee, Governor of Maryland)
  b. Mary Carroll
  m. Richard Caton of Philadelphia and/or Baltimore
  (1) Marianne Caton (b c1790, d 17.12.1853)
  m1. Robert Patterson
  m2. (29.10.1825, sp) Richard Wellesley, 2nd Earl of Mornington, Marquess Wellesley (b 1760, d 1853)
  (2) Elizabeth Caton (d 29.10.1862)
  m. (26.05.1836, sp) Sir George William Jerningham, later Stafford-Jerningham, 7th Bart, 8th Baron Stafford (b 1771, d 1851)
  (3) Louisa Catherine Caton (b c1792, d 08.04.1874)
  m. (24.04.1828) Francis Godolphin D'Arcy Osborne, 7th Duke of Leeds (b 1798, dsp 1859)
  (4) Emily Caton
  m. John McTavish (British Consul at Baltimre)



BLGI1912 identifies the arms of the following family as "Per pale arg. and gu. two lions combatant counter-challenged, supporting a sword erect in pale ppr.". That supports the view that the following branch was connected descended from the family shown on OCarroll1.
Alexander Carroll of Dublin (d c06.1768)
m. Anne Fairbrother (sister of William Fairbrother)
1. George Carroll of Dublin, Sheriff of co. Wicklow (d 1816)
  m. (1769) Jane Irvine (d 1601)
  A. Alexander Carroll of Dublin, Sheriff of co. Wicklow (dsp 1856)
  B. George Carroll of Thorp Arch (Yorkshire) & Munduff (co. Wicklow) (b 1774, d 1848) had issue
  m. (1806) Frances Hodsden (d 1849, dau/heir of Richard Hodsden of Woldingham by Dorothy Lister of Woodhouse)
  C. Stanford Carroll of Bellpark (co. Wicklow) & Bath (d 1846) had issue
  m1. Louisa Heathcote (dau of Sir Thomas Heathcote of Staffordshire)
  m2. (1822) Catherine Maria Bennett (dau of Rev. John Bennett of Donhead St. Andrew & Ower Moigne, son of Thomas)
2. Anne Carroll
  m. Philip Perceval
3.+ other issue - Coote, Alexander, Mary, Prudence, Sarah



BLG1847 identifies the arms of the following family as "Arg., two lions, combatant, gu., supporting a sword, of the first, hilted and pommelled, or". That supports the view that the following branch was connected to that shown just above.
James Carroll
1. James Carroll 'of Ballynure'
  m. (Eleanor) Bagenal (sister of Beauchamp Bagenal of Dunleckney & Bagenalstown)
  A. Walter Bagenal Carroll (d 19.11.1801)
  m. Charity Rice (dau of Richard Rice of Mount Rice)
  i. Henry Carroll of Ballynure, Sheriff of co. Wicklow (b 22.09.1799)
  m. (03.08.1822) Catherine Mitchell (dau of David Mitchell of Jamaica)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : BLGI1912 ('Carrol of Lissen Hall and Tulla House')
(2) For middle section : BLGI1912 ('Carroll of Ashford')
(3) For lower section : BLG1847 ('Carroll of Ballynure')
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