Reconstruction of the William Carroll family
William Carroll Sr. (Jacob, Thomas Sr.) b.1800 Barnwell County, South Carolina d. After 1830
He married: Unknown b. 1801-1810
Children of William Carroll
*Benjamin Carroll b. c. 1820
He married Elizabeth Shipes, daughter of Jacob Shipes.
*William Carroll Jr. b. c. 1828 d. 18 Nov 1862
(per his service record "died in Barnwell District of disease 18 Nov 1862")
He married Julia Shipes, daughter of Allen Shipes.
Ann Carroll b. c. 1825
She married Darling Shipes, son of Jacob Shipes.
Mandy Carroll b.1819 died by 1845 Barnwell, SC
She married Darling Bloom.
Daughter #3 b. 1821-1825
Daughter #4 b. 1821-1825
* Served in 2nd Regiment SC Artillery
William Carroll Notes and Current Census Information
Name:William Carrell Home in 1830 (City, County, State):Barnwell, South Carolina Free White Persons - Males - Under 5:1 Free White Persons - Males - 5 thru 9:1 Free White Persons - Males - 30 thru 39:1 Free White Persons - Females - 5 thru 9:4 Free White Persons - Females - 20 thru 29:1 Free White Persons - Under 20:6 Free White Persons - 20 thru 49:2 Total Free White Persons:8 Total - All Persons (Free White, Slaves, Free Colored):8
William Carroll b.1800 (son of Jacob Carroll) is seen buying estate items from Mr. Blume/Bloom (his son Darling Bloom married Mandy Carroll d/o William Carroll), William is also seen buying items from the estates of Benjamin Odom as well as Abraham Washington (William Carroll buys "one pair of upper leathers 2.5" in 1821 from Abraham Washington's estate).
William Carroll, Benjamin Carroll and Abraham Carroll mentioned here in this land record:
To R.E. Fowke Esq ordinary the humble petition of William Carroll and wife Julia Ann formerly Julia Ann Shipes. She with that Allen Shipes late of Barnwell District de’cd seized of a certain tract or tracts of land on or near the head of Cain Piece Waters of Toby’s Creek the one Tract containing one hundred and one acres the other sixty eight acres adjoining each other bounded on the lands of James Still, Alex Templeton (hard to read), Benjamin Carroll (brother to the William mentioned in the petition), William Gilliam, and Abram Carroll (uncle of William and Benjamin) .
Your petitioners further she with that the distributes of the said Allen Shipes are your petionershis widow Sarah now the wife of William Gilliam and five infant children viz Martha Ann Shipes, Lavina Ann, Jacob J, James B. and Nancy Ann
That the said two tracts contain by the plat of the same one hundred and sixty nine acres and that sale thereof would conduce to the interest of the distributes your petitioners therefore prays that the said Tract or tracts of land may be divided or sold at such time and on such terms as to this honorable court shall seem fit. November 30 1853
Wiiliam E. SmithWilliam CarrollJulia Ann Carroll
Description: SHIPES, JACOB OF BARNWELL DISTRICT, WILL TYPESCRIPT (MSS WILL: BOOK D, PAGE 211; ESTATE PACKET: BDL 118, PKG 1) (1 FRAME).
Names indexed: CARROL, ANN; CARROL, ELIZA; DUNCAN, J. A.; DUNCAN, JOSEPH G. W.; DUNCAN, WILLIAM P.; MORRIS, MARY; NIX, JENNINGS; SHIPES, ALLEN; SHIPES, ANN; SHIPES, DARLING; SHIPES, JACOB
Locations: BARNWELL DISTRICT
Document type: WILL (TYPESCRIPT)
In this will Jacob Shipes refers to his son Darling Shipes wife as "his reputed wife Ann Carroll."