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Revolutionary War Figure Charles Carroll

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Charles Carroll of Carrollton (September 19, 1737 - November 14, 1832) was one of the founding fathers and signer of the Declaration of Independence. He was the only Roman Catholic to sign that document and lived longer than any other signatory, living to the age of 95.
  • ColonialHall: Charles Carroll of Carrollton

    Lengthy biography of the longest-living signer of the Declaration consists of an account of his family, his life, and his faith, as well as several pictures.

  • New Advent: Charles Carroll of Carrollton

    The Catholic encyclopedia article about the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence includes a thumbnail biography of him, his ancestors, and lists sources for the article.

  • Signers of the Declaration of Independence: Charles Carroll of Carrollton

    Offers an abbreviated biographical section as well as a lengthy biography as well as the colony he represented.

  • Three Generations of Carrolls

    Subtitled "Anywhere So Long as There Be Freedom," this site starts with the signer's grandfather, Charles Carroll the Settler, moves on to his father, Charles Carroll of Annapolis, and finally tells the story of the founding father. It also delves into the chronology of the Carroll House.

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