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Samuel S. CARRELL
Virginia E. BROWN
Husband:  Samuel S. CARRELL
Birth:  27 Nov 1830, Xenia, Greene Co., OH
Occupations:  carpenter/joiner; hardware merchant; farmer
Politics:  Republican
Fraternal:  Odd Fellows
Father:  George Bruce CARROLL / CARRELL
Mother:  Censaline SHIRLEY
Marriage:  21 Feb 1854, Champaign Co., OH
Wife:  Virginia E. BROWN
Birth:  of Frederick Co., VA
Occupation:  homemaker
Parents:  of Frederick Co., VA
Children:
1.  Gertrude M. CARRELL; m. George W. HUTCHINSON; of Hartford
2.  Harry B. CARRELL; lived Coronado, Wichita Co., KS
3.  Samuel Shirley CARRELL
4.  William M. CARREL; d. bef. 1887
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Sources:

1.  Anon.  1887.  Biographical and Historical Record of Jay and Blackford Counties, Indiana.  Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago (online at USGenNet.org):
Samuel S. Carrell, an enterprising and prosperous citizen of Blackford County, was born at Xenia, in Greene County, Ohio, November 27, 1830, a son of George B. and Censaline (Shirley) Carrell.  The parents were born and reared and married in Charleston, West Virginia, and in 1828 removed to Xenia, Ohio, where the father followed cabinet-making and undertaking until 1837.  In that year he located with his family in Logan County, Ohio, and from there went to Mount Pleasant, Henry County, Iowa, where he died April 30, 1886, within five days of his eightieth birthday.  His wife died at Mount Pleasant March 20, 1875. 

Samuel S. was seven years old when taken by his parents to Logan County, where he was reared to manhood, receiving his education principally in the schools of that county.  His early occupation was that of a carpenter and joiner.  In 1863 he engaged in the mercantile business at West Liberty, Ohio, and in 1865 removed to North Lewisburg, Champaign County, where he engaged in the hardware trade, remaining there until the spring of 1873.  In 1872 he removed his hardware business to Hartford City, Blackford County, Indiana, which he carried on until 1880, when his health becoming impaired owing to close attention to this business, he retired from mercantile life, and has since devoted his time to his farm.  He has over 600 acres of choice land, of which over 500 acres are located in Blackford County.  In connection with general farming he pays considerable attention to stock-raising and is making a specialty of sheep.

Mr. Carrell was married in Champaign County, Ohio, February 21, 1854, to Miss Virginia E. Brown, a native of that county where she was reared.  Her parents were originally from Frederick County, Virginia.  Of the four children born to Mr. and Mrs. Carrell three are living - Gertrude M., wife of George W. Hutchinson, hardware merchant, of Hartford; Harry B., living at Coronado, Wichita County, Kansas, where he conducts a meat market, and Samuel Shirley. William M. is deceased.

Politically Mr. Carrell is a Republican.  He united with the Odd Fellows order in 1853, of which he has since been a member.

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