Daniel Carroll II, 1730-1796|
of Upper Marlboro and Rock Creek, Maryland
Daniel Carroll II, also known as Daniel Carroll of Rock Creek, was born in 1730 to a Catholic landowning family in Upper Marlboro, Maryland, Daniel Carroll and Eleanor Darnall.
Daniel was involved in the Patowmack Company, George Washington's project to make the Potomac River navigable further west for commerce and trade.
Carroll family of Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Eleanor Darnall Carroll, Daniel's mother
Descendant report for Keane Carroll of Ireland
Extract of a letter written by Daniel Carroll II to Mr. James Carroll of Ireland, 20 Dec 1762
Memorial stone for Daniel Carroll II, Forest Glen, Maryland
Carroll Cemetery, Forest Glen, Maryland
Gravestone of Eleanor Darnall Carroll, mother of Daniel Carroll II, Forest Glen, Maryland
Portrait of Daniel Carroll II by Leonard Marion Bahr (1905-1990), dated 1975, from the Maryland State Art Collection, http://msa.maryland.gov
Portion of the signatures on the Constitution shows Danl Carroll as one of the delegates from Maryland.
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|14 July 2015|
Updated 6 October 2021