Person:Samuel Carrick (1)

Rev. Samuel Czar Carrick
b.17 July 1760 Pennsylvania
  • HRev. Samuel Czar Carrick1760 - 1809
  • WElizabeth MooreBef 1762 - 1793
m. abt. 21 September 1779
  1. Elizabeth CarrickAbt 1780 - 1831
  2. David CarrickAbt 1781 -
  3. Addison CarrickBef 1792 -
m. 1794
Facts and Events
Name Rev. Samuel Czar Carrick
Gender Male
Birth[1] 17 July 1760 Pennsylvania
Marriage abt. 21 September 1779 Rockbridge County, Virginiato Elizabeth Moore
Marriage 1794 prob. Knox County, Tennesseeto Annis McClelland
Death[1] 17 August 1809 Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee
Burial[1] August 1809 First Presbyterian Church, Knoxville, Knox County, Tennessee

Samuel Carrick was one of the Early Settlers of Augusta County, Virginia


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Records of Samuel Carrick in Augusta County, VA

From Chalkley’s Augusta County Records:

  • Vol. 1 - MARCH 23, 1786. - (356) Rev. Samuel Carrick, Presbyterian, authorized to solemnize matrimony.
  • Page 524.--25th _____, 1786. Samuel Carrick's bond to celebrate matrimony.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriages in Augusta County - 1786, March 28th--By Saml. Carrick: James Rutledge and Jane Finley; _____ __, Thomas Griffy and Catherine Wright; July 25th, Thomas Armstrong and Isabella Armstrong; October 11th, Jacob Fowtick and Elizabeth Hankie.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriages in Augusta County - 1787, January 9th--By Rev. Saml. Carrick: John Bell and Rebecca Graham; April 21st, Francis Hunter and Margret McCawley.
  • Vol. 2 - Marriages in Augusta County - 1789, December 29th--By Rev. Saml. Carrick: James Moffett and Mary Stuart.

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 Rothrock, Mary Utopia, and East Tennessee Historical Society. Knox County History Committee. The French Broad Holston country, a history of Knox County, Tennessee. (Knoxville, Tennessee: East Tennessee Historical Society, 1946, c1972)
    pg. 392 (excerpts).

    Carrick, Samuel (July 17, 1760 - Aug. 17, 1809), Presbyterian minister, president of Blount College, was born in Pennsylvania. His full name is Samuel Czar Carrick as proved by his signature to his marriage bond in Rockbridge County, Virginia, September 21, 1779. His education was completed in Augusta County, Virginia under the teaching of Reverend William Graham... Before entering upon the ministry he had married in Rockbridge County, Virginia, Elizabeth Moore, daughter of Robert Moore, of Timber Ridge.

    The pastor's wife died in September 1793 just when the Cherokees threatened to attack the residents of Knoxville, and Samuel Carrick, considering his duty to aid in defending the people imperative, left the task of burying his wife to the women of the community.

    He married in 1794 as his second wife, Annis McClelland, of Knoxville.