Charles Carrol Of Carrolton

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From there he went to London to study law for another six years. At the age of twenty six, Carrol returned to Maryland. French influence was apparent in Carrol's manner, language, and equestrian abilities. Charles Carrol's Irish Catholic background is what influenced him to participate actively in the American Revolution and sign the Declaration of Independence...
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Carrol was then known as Charles Carrol of Carrolton to distinguish himself from his father, Charles Carrol of Annapolis, and his father's father, also Charles Carrol (Whitney 1964). When Carrol was 30, in June 1768, he married his cousin Mary "Molly" Darnall. He had seven children with Molly; only three lived to maturity (Ferris 1975)...
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