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Charles Carroll of Carrollton
Photographer: Allen C. Browne
Taken: September 5, 2015
Caption: Charles Carroll of Carrollton
Additional Description: This c. 1847 portrait of Charles Carroll of Carrollton by Michael Laty (after Robert Field) hangs in the Maryland Historical Society Museum in Baltimore, Maryland.

“Charles Carroll of Carrollton was born in Annapolis to Charles Carroll of Annapolis (1702-1782) and his wife, Elizabeth Brooke (1709-1761). After studying civil law at the College of St. Louis Le Grand, Rheims, France, and common law at The Temple, London, he returned to Maryland in 1765. One of the earliest advocates for independence, the wealthy and influential Carroll served as a delegate to the Continental Congress and the Confederation Congress. He was the only Catholic to sign the Declaration of Independence and the last surviving signer, dying at 95 years of age...” — Maryland Historical Society
Submitted: September 7, 2015, by Allen C. Browne of Silver Spring, Maryland.
Database Locator Identification Number: p327614
File Size: 1.479 Megabytes

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