Timeline

Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
Y/M/D Description Association Composition Place Locale Food Event
1766/00/00 From 1766 to 1832, Doughoregan Manor is the country home of Charles Carroll of Carrollton. Home Doughoregan Manor Ellicott City
1768/06/05 Henry Darnall IV was executed in Canada. His wife, Rachel, and their daughter, Mary (Molly), went to live with Charles Carroll of Annapolis. Rachel was Mrs Carroll's nurse in her last illness. Molly Darnall married Charles Carroll of Carrollton in 1768. Groom His Lordship's Kindness Rosaryville
1776/02/15 Congress establishes a diplomatic commission consisting of Benjamin Franklin, Samuel Chase and Charles Carroll to persuade the Canada to join the 13 colonies in their struggle with Britain. Patriot Diplomat Franklin's Mission to Canada
1776/08/02 Most delegates sign the Declaration of Independence Signer, Representing Maryland US Declaration of Independence American Colonies Declare Independence from Great Britain
1790/00/00 Central-block section of Brooklandwood is built c 1790 by Charles Carroll of Carrollton for his daughter, Mary Canton. Benefactor Brooklandwood Brooklandville
1800/07/17 Charles Carroll of Carrollton gives the Homewood Estate and money to build a house as a wedding gift by to his son Charles Carroll Jr and his wife Harriet Chew. Benefactor Homewood Baltimore
1818/00/00 Richard Caton, the husband of Mary, youngest daughter of Charles Carroll of Carrollton, buys the Mansion for the sum of $20,000. For the last twelve years of his life, Charles Carroll spent his winters in the house. Home Carroll Mansion Baltimore
1832/11/14 Charles Carroll dies while living at the Caton Mansion. His funeral was held at the Baltimore Cathedral and he is buried in his Doughoregan Manor Chapel. Died Carroll Mansion Baltimore
1832/11/14 Charles Carroll dies while living at the Caton Mansion. His funeral was held at the Baltimore Cathedral and he is buried in his Doughoregan Manor Chapel. Died Basilica of the National Shrine of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary Baltimore
1832/11/14 Charles Carroll dies while living at the Caton Mansion. His funeral was held at the Baltimore Cathedral and he is buried in his Doughoregan Manor Chapel. Died Doughoregan Manor Ellicott City
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