Person:John Carroll (54)

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John Spurgeon CARROLL
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
m. 1888
  1. Ruth CARROLL1890 - 1965
  2. Irene Hamilton CARROLL1892 - 1976
  3. Norma CARROLL1893 - 1949
  4. James Bunyan CARROLL1896 - 1965
  5. Margaret Jane CARROLL1898 - 1976
  6. Thomas Spurgeon CARROLL1901 - 1973
m. 1904
  1. May CARROLLEst 1906 -
Facts and Events
Name John Spurgeon CARROLL
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 24 Apr 1862 San Saba, Texas, United States
Census[4] 4 Jul 1870 San Saba, Texas, United StatesJustice Precinct 2
Census[5] 25 Jun 1880 San Saba, Texas, United StatesJustice Precinct 1, District 112
Marriage 1888 San Saba, Texas, United Statesto Mary Lavina (Mamie) BENNETT
Census[6] 12 Jun 1900 San Saba, Texas, United StatesJustice Precinct 1
Marriage 1904 McCulloch, Texas, United Statesto Georgia Estelle SMYTHE
Census[7] 18 Apr 1910 San Marcos, Hays, Texas, United StatesJustice Precinct 1
Census[8] 5 Jan 1920 San Marcos, Hays, Texas, United StatesJustice Precinct 1, Enumeration District 68
Divorce Bet 1920 and 1939 from Georgia Estelle SMYTHE
Death[1][2][3] 18 Aug 1939 San Marcos, Hays, Texas, United StatesHays County Memorial Hospital
Funeral[2] 19 Aug 1939 San Marcos, Hays, Texas, United StatesRogers Funeral Chapel
Burial[1][2][3] 19 Aug 1939 Hays, Texas, United StatesMartin Church Cemetery

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Here we find the good old names of Bunyan and Keach, Gill and Dagg, Mell and Boyce, Spurgeon and Carroll, and the modern names of Criswell, Hobbs, Henry, Erickson, and Ladd.

References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 John Spurgeon Carroll death certificate, in Texas Dept of Health. (FamilySearch.org)
    Cert #38251.
  2. 2.0 2.1 2.2 2.3 John S Carroll obituary, in San Marcos Daily Record. (Chronicling America)
    25 Aug 1939.
  3. 3.0 3.1 J S Carroll headstone, Martin Church Cemetery, Goforth, Hays, Texas, in Find A Grave.
  4. James S Carroll entry, 1870 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org)
    4 Jul 1870.

    Year: 1870; Census Place: Precinct 2, San Saba, Texas; Roll: M593_1604; Page: 104A; Image: 213; Family History Library Film: 553103.

  5. John Carroll entry, 1880 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org)
    25 Jun 1880.

    Year: 1880; Census Place: Precinct 1, San Saba, Texas; Roll: 1325; Family History Film: 1255325; Page: 405D; Enumeration District: 112.

  6. J S Carroll entry, 1900 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org)
    12 Jun 1900.

    Year: 1900; Census Place: San Saba, San Saba, Texas; Roll: T623_1668; Page: 9B; Enumeration District: 129.

  7. John S Carroll entry, 1910 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org)
    18 Apr 1910.

    Year: 1910; Census Place: San Marcos Ward 2, Hays, Texas; Roll: T624_1563; Page: 3A; Enumeration District: 0037; Image: 10; FHL Number: 1375576.

  8. John H Carroll entry, 1920 US Census, in United States Federal Census. (Ancestry.com/FamilySearch.org)
    5 Jan 1920.

    Year: 1920;Census Place: San Marcos, Hays, Texas; Roll: T625_1816; Page: 5A; Enumeration District: 68; Image: 719.