|Birth: ||Jan. 17, 1861|
|Death: ||Mar. 25, 1893|
Harley Carroll was the son of John Carroll and Lydia Shank and the husband of Amy Pemberton. His paternal grandparents were Jacob and Mary Bartmess, who were originally from Maryland. Harley Carroll attended Ohio State University agriculture school for two years. Then he became a farmer. In 1889 he travelled with his wife Amy and mother-in-law Lydia Shanck Carroll to visit his sister Lola Spitler and her family in Sumner Co, Kansas. Lydia later wrote, "Harley liked Kansas pretty well. Amy liked the roads here, they are so nice and even." However, Harley and Amy never seriously considered leaving Ohio. Harley died in Miami County, Ohio, from an accident while unloading logs from a wagon.
Children (in addition to those listed in familylinks below):
Celia Carroll Cecil
Sources: C. Volney Dorsey, "The History of Miami County, Ohio, W. H. Beers, 1880, p. 806.
John Hancock and Thomas Cecil, "Amy's Story: the story of Amy Pemberton Carroll," self-published, 1991.
John Carroll (1834 - 1890)
Lydia Shanck Carroll (1833 - 1894)
Amy Eldora Pemberton Carroll (1862 - 1951)
Ray J. Carroll (1887 - 1982)*
Mabel Carroll Hancock (1888 - 1973)*
Lola Carroll Spitler (1857 - 1930)*
Harley Peter Carroll (1861 - 1893)
1862 - 1951 1861 - 1893
Plot: Lot 244
Created by: GWC
Record added: Mar 20, 2008
Find A Grave Memorial# 25400589
Added: Mar. 20, 2008