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I am tracing descendants of Charles M. McCarroll, who migrated to Adams County, MS in 1805 acc. to tax list. His estate was probated in Madison County, MS in 1840 and his daughter, Elizabeth McCarroll Brown along with her husband, William J. Brown, were administrators of his estate. Heirs of his estate, Ansley and Alexander McCarroll, migrated to Carroll County, MS by 1840 census. Acc. to the Carroll County Pioneers book named in the estate dated Jan. 1848 of John H. McCarroll(believed to be one of the sons of Charles McCarroll) were M.H. McCarroll(Milton H. McCarroll), Ansley McCarroll, Alexander McCarroll, and Mary E. McCarroll(possibly Mary E. McCarroll who married George W. H. Marr on 14 Dec. 1842 in Carroll County, MS) were mentioned. The widow of John H. McCarroll was Laura Paremele, sister of Mary Parmele, who married Milton H. McCarroll. The widow of Ansley McCarroll was Lucinda Barfield McCarroll, and she was buried in Hopewell Cemetery in Carrollton, MS. She was born 9 May 1817 and died 2 Jan. 1879. These are a few of the highlights for this line. At a brick wall tracing them any earlier than Charles M. McCarroll. Thanks. Bonnie