Person:Amanda Carroll (9)

Amanda M (Little Mandy) CARROLL
d.3 Jan 1885
m. 27 May 1858
  1. Edwin Joseph (Eddie) CARROLLEst 1859 - Bef 1860
  2. Mary Eliza (Mollie) CARROLL1861 - Bef 1910
  3. John Spurgeon CARROLL1862 - 1939
  4. James William (Will) CARROLL1866 - 1940
  5. Anna Mareta CARROLL1868 - 1947
  6. Harriett Ann CARROLL1871 - Bef 1942
  7. Amanda M (Little Mandy) CARROLLEst 1873 - 1885
  8. Jerusha Jane (Jennie) CARROLL1874 - 1908
  9. Robert Augusta (Pat) CARROLL1877 - 1906
  10. Susan Ella CARROLL1879 - 1966
  11. Charles CARROLL1881 - 1940
Facts and Events
Name Amanda M (Little Mandy) CARROLL
Gender Female
Birth[1][2] Est 1873 San Saba County, Texas_PROOF: proven
Death[3][2] 3 Jan 1885 _PROOF: proven
Burial[3][2][4] Est 3 Jan 1885 San Saba County, Texas_PROOF: proven Secondary date: 4 JAN 1885 J H "Shorty" Brown Cemetery
  1. "1880 United States Federal Census," database,, ( accessed ), ; ci
    Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, San Saba, Texas; Roll: 1325; Family History Film: 1255325; Page: 405D; Enumeration District: 112; .

    Name: Page
    VALUE: Source Citation: Year: 1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, San Saba, Texas; Roll: 1325; Family History Film: 1255325; Page: 405D; Enumeration District: 112; . _QUAL:
    _SOUR: O
    _INFO: P
    _EVID: D

  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 John H "Shorty" Brown Cemetery (San Saba County, Texas; It is located .6 miles east of the San Saba County (TX
    Amanda Carroll; Catalogued and Photographed by Wanda, Debra Westfall & Amber Horton; 21 January 2003.

    Name: ItemOfInterest
    VALUE: Amanda Carroll
    Name: Section
    Name: CollectionInfo
    VALUE: Catalogued and Photographed by Wanda, Debra Westfall & Amber Horton
    Name: Date
    VALUE: 21 January 2003 _QUAL:
    _SOUR: D
    _INFO: S
    _EVID: D

  3. 3.0 3.1 San Saba, TX, Rylander Memorial Library- Obituary Index (

    Carroll J.B.* 12 yr old dau.of J.B. 28-Sep 1905 p. 2 from 1885 col. Brown just east of town (this is believed to refer to Amanda Carroll) _TMPLT:
    Name: Page _QUAL:
    _SOUR: D
    _INFO: S
    _EVID: I

  4. J H Shorty Brown Cemetery historical marker- “After living for a time in Arkansas, John H. "Shorty" Brown (1817-1896), his wife Jane Ann, and some of their children came here. Brown helped found San Saba in 1854 and became a civic leader. Although San Saba County provided a graveyard, Brown and his wife deeded this plot near their home for a family burial ground. Jane Ann, who bore 17 of Brown's 21 children, was probably the first burial here about 1874. Brown's son and a son-in-law who were murdered are buried here along with other family members and friends.”


    San Saba, San Saba County, Cemeteries of Texas

    Submitted and photos by  Wanda Westfall 
           As you are leaving San Saba, San Saba County, Texas on  190 E. this cemetery sits on the left side of the road just  before you go around the curve as you leave town. There  is a paved country road that goes in front of the cemetery  but we did not see a sign    Catalogued and Photographed by  Wanda, Debra Westfall  & Amber Horton      
    There is a large granite monument with the following names on it about the people buried there.
    Names of Persons Known To Be Buried Here  (on top of monument)
    Jane A. Brown (First wife of John H. Brown)                                         1816-1875
    William (Billy) Brown                                                                                1848-1878
    Andrew Smart (Husband of Rebecca Brown Smart                              1850-1883
    Lou Binnion                                                                                                1865-1883
    Jerusa Brown ( Mother of J.H. Brown)                                                    1780-1884
    Amanda Carroll ( Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.B. Carroll )                      1873-1885
    Rhoda Burns       ( Wife of John Burns )                                                         -1885
    R.G. Binnion                                                                                              1841-1885
    J.M. Russell                                                                                                1816-1887
    Malinda Martin Brown (Second wife of J.H.B.)                                       1855-1885
    Nancy Martin Sperry Brown  (Third wife of J.H.B. )                                       -1887
    Infant son of S.H.and D. DeWar                                                                1892-1892
    John H. (Shorty) Brown                                                                             1817-1896
    Amanda Brown Binnion (wife of R.G.B.)                                                 1846-
    Possibly Others
    Restoration of Cemetery Made Possible By Grandson Mack Brown