Person:William Carroll (27)

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William Raford Carroll
b.25 JAN 1838 Fayette, IL, US
d.12 SEP 1918 Fayette, IL, US
m. 15 MAR 1829
  1. Elizabeth Jane Carroll1831 - 1917
  2. James Monroe Jernigan Carroll1832 - 1929
  3. John Dement Carroll1835 - 1875
  4. William Raford Carroll1838 - 1918
  5. Sarah Ann Lydia Carroll1840 - 1880
  6. Mary Susan Carroll1842 - 1907
  7. Andrew Jackson Carroll1844 - 1933
  8. Josiah Herrick "Doc" Carroll1847 - 1872
  9. Martha Evaline Carroll1851 - 1858
m. 26 DEC 1861
  1. Charles W. Carroll1862 - 1881
  2. Idena Carroll1864 -
  3. John M. Carroll1866 - 1882
  4. Robert Carroll1868 - 1883
  5. Laura Carroll1870 -
  6. Ollie Carroll1873 - 1950
m. 01 AUG 1895
Facts and Events
Name[1] William Raford Carroll
Gender Male
Birth[1] 25 JAN 1838 Fayette, IL, US
Marriage 26 DEC 1861 Fayette, IL, USto Mary Ann Evans
Marriage 01 AUG 1895 Fayette, IL, USto Florence Adaline Moore
Death[1] 12 SEP 1918 Fayette, IL, US
Reference Number? 5904

In tribute: William Raford Carroll, a life long resident of Fayette County, Illinois, died at his home in Seminary Township, Thursday night, Sept. 12, 1918, from stomach trouble, of which he had suffered for many years. For two years he has been gradually failing, but was confined to his bed for only a few weeks.

Uncle Bill Carroll was married in 1861 to Mary Ann Evans, who died in 1874, leaving him with six children, the youngest, Ollie, being just one year old when her mother died. He lost 3 boys, Charles, John, and Robert, within about 3 years time, all dying in their youth. He was united in marriage in 1895 to Florence Adline Moore, who with his three daughters, Idena Chandler, Laura Howell and Ollie Bone were at his bedside through sickness and death. Besides his faithful and devoted wife and daughters, he leaves to mount his loss, two brothers, James M. of Villa Grove, Il, and Andrew Jackson Carroll of Vandalia.

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  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Compiler: Juno Evans Pierce; Andrew Jackson Carroll. Carroll Genealogy: A Brief History of Raford Carroll. (Fayette County Genealogical Society, Vandalia, IL, 1932; revised 1982).