Person:Daniel Carroll (5)

Daniel Carroll, of Rock Creek, Maryland
d.7 May 1796
m. bef 1730
  1. Infant Son Carrollbef 1730 -
  2. Daniel Carroll, of Rock Creek, Maryland1730 - 1796
  3. Ann Carroll1733 - 1804
  4. Most Rev. John Carroll, D.D., 1st Archbishop of Baltimore1735 - 1815
  • HDaniel Carroll, of Rock Creek, Maryland1730 - 1796
  • WEleanor Carroll1732 - 1763
Facts and Events
Name Daniel Carroll, of Rock Creek, Maryland
Gender Male
Birth? 22 Jul 1730 Upper Marlboro, Prince George's, Maryland, United States
Marriage Maryland, United Statesto Eleanor Carroll
Death? 7 May 1796
Reference Number? Q674371?

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Daniel Carroll (July 22, 1730May 7, 1796) was an American politician and plantation owner from Maryland, considered one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. He supported the American Revolution, served in the Confederation Congress, was a delegate to the Philadelphia Convention of 1787 which wrote the Constitution, and was a U.S. Representative in the First Congress.[1] Daniel Carroll was one of five men to sign both the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution. He was one of the very few Roman Catholics among the Founders.

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