Henry Carroll, the oldest of the Carroll children, drowned while young.
Daniel Carroll II, 1730-1796, was a planter and landowner living at Rock Creek in Maryland. He entered politics later in life, becoming a delegate to the Continental Congress, signing the Articles of Confederation, representing Maryland at the Constitutional Convention and was one of the signers of the Constitution. He was later appointed as one of the three commissioners to survey and lay out the District of Columbia.
Richard, the third son, died in 1814.
Ann Carroll, 1733-1804, the oldest daughter, married Robert Brent of Stafford County, son of George Brent and Catherine Trimingham. They lived at Woodstock, the family home, on Aquia Creek, near today's gated community of Aquia Harbor. Robert died in 1780 but Ann lived until 1804 and was buried in Forest Glen at St. John the Evangelist Cemetery with other Carrolls and Brents.
John Carroll, 1735-1815, also attended St. Omer's and became a Jesuit priest, the first bishop in the United States, in 1789, and was appointed the first archbishop in the United States in 1811. He was the founder of Georgetown University.
Eleanor Carroll, born in 1737, whose photo is above, married William Brent of Richland in Stafford County.
Mary Carroll, 1742-1815, married Notley Rozier Young, of Prince George's County, Maryland, who was one of the original landowners of the site chosen for the District of Columbia.
Elizabeth Carroll, 1743-1821, the youngest child, died in Washington, D.C. and never married.
A letter written by Daniel Carroll II in 1762 to a Mr. James Carroll in Ireland gives information on the family members above as of 1762:
Extract of a letter written by Daniel Carroll II to Mr. James Carroll of Ireland, 20 Dec 1762
Descendant report for Keane Carroll of Ireland
Eleanor Darnall Carroll, 1703-1796
Daniel Carroll II, 1730-1796
Memorial stone for Daniel Carroll II, Forest Glen, Maryland
Carroll Cemetery, Forest Glen, Maryland
Gravestone of Eleanor Darnall Carroll, mother of Daniel Carroll II, Forest Glen, Maryland
Robert Brent and Ann Carroll of Stafford County, Virginia