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 Silas Elzaphan Carroll

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Silas Elzaphan Carroll

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Death 9 Nov 1913 (aged 81)
Burial Sharon, York County, South Carolina, USA
Memorial ID 35465928 View Source
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Mr. S. E. Carroll Dead. Mr. S. Elzaphan Carroll died at his home six miles southwest of Yorkville, last Sunday afternoon at 12.30 o'clock, after a long period of failing health. Mr. Carroll was born in Bullock's Creek township on November 10, 1831, and at the time of his death lacked but a few hours of having reached his 82nd birthday. He was one of the first York county volunteers at the beginning of the civil war, and on the reorganization of the army In April, 1862, became second lieutenant of Company B, 5th regiment. He was severely wounded at the battle of Sharpsburg, and was sent home; but returned to the front as soon as he was able to get about. Later he was slightly hit at Darby Road, but suffered no inconvenience on account of the wound. A farmer before the war, he continued to farm until by reason of advancing years he had to give up active life. He was married in the early 70's to Miss Margaret Gill, and is survived by one child, Mrs. P. C. Gascoigne, with whom he was living at the time of his death. He also leaves one brother, Mr. Thad L. Carroll, who lives three miles east of Yorkville. The interment took place in Sharon cemetery yesterday, after services conducted by Rev. W. B. Arrowood.

Yorkville Enquirer York, South Carolina 11 Nov 1913, Tue Page 2

Contributor: Tom Dover (47151054)


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  • Maintained by: Larry Hammack
  • Originally Created by: Liz Olmstead
  • Added: 3 Apr 2009
  • Find a Grave Memorial 35465928
  • Find a Grave, database and images (www.findagrave.com/memorial/35465928/silas-elzaphan-carroll : accessed ), memorial page for Silas Elzaphan Carroll (10 Nov 1831–9 Nov 1913), Find a Grave Memorial ID 35465928, citing Sharon Associate Reformed Presbyterian Churchyard, Sharon, York County, South Carolina, USA ; Maintained by Larry Hammack (contributor 47341546) .