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Denis Carroll (abt. 1835-1884)

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Married 27 Dec 1858 • Adelaide, South Australia, Australia1A.L. Cobiac (ed.), South Australian marriages, index of registrations 1842 to 1916, Adelaide, South ...continue
Died 3 May 1884 • Nailsworth, South Australia, Australia2Death Certificate of Denis Carroll, 3 May 1884, Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages, Adelaide, ...continue
Buried 5 May 1884 • Adelaide, South Australia, Australia3Anon., “Funeral Notices”, South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA: 1839-1900), 5 May ...continue 4Adelaide Cemeteries Authority, Records, http://www.aca.sa.gov.au/Records, accessed 19 June 2020.


Biography
 
Denis was the son of Mark Carroll. He was from Tipperary, Ireland. It is unclear if he was from the town or the broader county and he was born around the year 1835.5A.L. Cobiac (ed.), South Australian marriages, index of registrations 1842 to 1916, Adelaide, South ...continue 6Government of South Australia, “Hospital admission registers, Admission registers – ...continue
 
Denis was an assisted emigrant. He boarded the Octavia at Southampton on 18 April 1855 bound for South Australia. The ship docked at Port Adelaide on 19 July 1855.7The passenger list for the Octavia was originally accessed in 2001 at the State Library of South ...continue 8Government of South Australia, “Hospital admission registers, Admission registers – ...continue 9Anon., “SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.”, South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA: 1839-1900), ...continue
 
Denis married Elizabeth Hannah Ween (1840-1932) on 27 December 1858 at Holy Trinity Church, Adelaide. He gave his age as 21 years but he was, most likely, around 23 years of age at the time. Denis and Elizabeth had the following known children:10Other children may exist. Their baptisms or births may not have been recorded or the records may ...continue

  1. David Carroll (c.1858-1930)
  2. William Carroll (1859-1860)
  3. Mary Ann Carroll (1861-)
  4. George Carroll (1862-1943)
  5. Thomas Carroll (1864-1919)
  6. Richard Dennis Carroll (1868-1934)
  7. William Henry Carroll (1871-1935)
  8. Johannah Carroll Rains (1873-1924)
  9. Ellen Carroll (1876-1947)
  10. Martha Carroll Emsley (1878-1956)
  11. Emily Carroll Hynes (1881-1941)

Denis and Elizabeth spent the first two decades of their marriage in the Adelaide hills.11Their children were born at Upper Sturt, New Tiers and Crafers: Jan Thomas (ed.), South Australian ...continue On 14 August 1882 Denis was hospitalised suffering from pleurisy. He spent two weeks at the Adelaide Hospital. At the time of his admission he was working as a Carter.12Government of South Australia, “Hospital admission registers, Admission registers – ...continue His health may have prompted their move down to Nailsworth.
 
Denis died suddenly from Apoplexy at the age of 50 on 3 May 1884 at Nailsworth.13Death Certificate of Denis Carroll, 3 May 1884, Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages, Adelaide, ...continue He was interred two days later at West Terrace Cemetery.14Anon., “Funeral Notices”, South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA: 1839-1900), 5 May ...continue 15Adelaide Cemeteries Authority, Records, http://www.aca.sa.gov.au/Records, accessed 19 June 2020.
 
To be continued…16This is a work in progress. Citations and family links are being batch-added to profiles.


External links
 
Denis Carroll at FamilySearch17The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “Denis Carroll”, FamilySearch, n.d., ...continue


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1, 5. A.L. Cobiac (ed.), South Australian marriages, index of registrations 1842 to 1916, Adelaide, South Australia, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, 2001, p.281.
2, 13. Death Certificate of Denis Carroll, 3 May 1884, Registrar of Births Deaths and Marriages, Adelaide, South Australia, Australia, District of Adelaide, 137/380, microfilm, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, accessed 2001.
3, 14. Anon., “Funeral Notices”, South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA: 1839-1900), 5 May 1884, p. 2, c. 1, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article43655542, accessed 19 June 2020.
4, 15. Adelaide Cemeteries Authority, Records, http://www.aca.sa.gov.au/Records, accessed 19 June 2020.
6, 8, 12. Government of South Australia, “Hospital admission registers, Admission registers – Adelaide Hospital, later Royal Adelaide Hospital 1840 – 1911”, State Records of South Australia, https://www.archives.sa.gov.au/content/hospital-admission-registers, transcription of original record held by SRSA (with supplemental information not included in online database) by South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, accessed 2001.
7. The passenger list for the Octavia was originally accessed in 2001 at the State Library of South Australia which holds photocopies bound in volumes of the original records. The records have now been digitised and can be viewed online: “Official assisted passage passenger lists”, Denis Carroll, 19 July 1855; digital image, State Records of South Australia; Octavia, GRG35/48/1, list 55/24, p. 3, line 10, https://archives.sa.gov.au/finding-information/discover-our-collection/migration-and-crew/passenger-lists-1845-1940, accessed 21 September 2018.
The page number relates to the corresponding page of the downloaded PDF document. The original document is unpaginated.
9. Anon., “SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE.”, South Australian Register (Adelaide, SA: 1839-1900), 20 July 1855, p. 2, c. 1, http://nla.gov.au/nla.news-article49295036, accessed 2 August 2020.
10. Other children may exist. Their baptisms or births may not have been recorded or the records may not have survived.
11. Their children were born at Upper Sturt, New Tiers and Crafers: Jan Thomas (ed.), South Australian births, index of registrations 1842 to 1906, Adelaide, South Australia, South Australian Genealogy and Heraldry Society, 1997, pp.445-446.
16. This is a work in progress. Citations and family links are being batch-added to profiles.
17. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, “Denis Carroll”, FamilySearch, n.d., updated 2 August 2020, https://www.familysearch.org/tree/person/details/K234-GF4, accessed 2 August 2020.