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Cornelius CARRICO, the younger
Teresa O'BRYAN
NOTICE:  a patrilineal descendant of our subject is participating in the CARRICO Y-chromosome DNA Surname Project.  His test results match those of descendants of Peter CARRICO I, the 1674 immigrant to Maryland.
Husband:  Cornelius CARRICO
Birth:  1797/8, Charles Co., MD
Death apparently:  aft. 1850 census
Y-DNA Haplogroup (Kit #107978):  J-2a4b = J-M67
Father said to beHenry CARRICO
Mother said to beSusanna __?__
Marriage:  24 May 1823, Washington Co., KY
Migration:  ca. 1837, to Fancy Farm, Graves Co., KY
Wife:  Teresa / Theresa O'BRYAN
Birth:  1796/7, Washington Co., KY
Father:  Ignatius O'BRYAN
Mother:  Rhoda A. "Rhoday" WITHERINGTON

In the 1850 census, Cornelius's wife's name is given as "Lucretia."  Either we accept that the enumerator erred on hearing "Theresa" and put down "Lucretia," which is certainly possible, or her name was Teresa Lucretia, or Cornelius remarried by 1850.

Children born in Washington Co., KY:
1.  Mary Ann CARRICO, b. 1824/5
2.  Florida Ann "Rhody" CARRICO, b. 1825-30
3.  Henry Jefferson CARRICO, b. 1825,
4.  [Mary Melvina] Elvira CARRICO, b. 1832/3
5.  Julia Ann CARRICO, b. 1832/3 [11 Dec 1829]
6.  Ignatius Francis CARRICO, b. 31 Jan 1834
7.  Benedict Joseph CARRICO, b. Jul 1836

Mary is said to have been born in 1844, which she obviously was not; she is also said to have died in 1844, which she obviously did not she is alive (æ 25) and unmarried in the 1850 census.

Others in Household:
.  Thomas CARRICO, b. 1828/9, KY
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Sources:

1.  Jordan R. Dodd, ed.  1993.  Kentucky Marriages:  Early to 1850.  Liahona Research, Orem, UT (Broderbund CD-229):
Carrico, Cornelius Obryan, Teresa 24 May 1823 Washington Co.

2.  1830 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #75-76 of 116 indexed "Cannicoe"; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1830 KY Washington Co. Roll M19_42 p. 188 Ln. 28 Cornelius Carricoe 100 001 - 110 001 no slaves
These data indicate:
No. & Sex  Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 4 or under 1825-1830 = Henry (b. 1825) [or Thomas (b. 1828/9)?]
1 male 30-39 1790-1800 = Cornelius (b. 1797/8)
1 female 4 or under 1825-1830 = Florida Ann
1 female 5-9 1820-1825 = Mary (b. 1824/5)
1 female 30-39 1790-1800 = Theresa (b. 1796/7)

3.  1840 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #43-44 of 70; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1840 KY Graves Co. Roll M704_111 pp. 119B-120A Ln. 30 Cornelius Carico 111 000 100 - 021 100 100 0500000 no slaves
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 4 or under 1835-1840 = Benedict (b. 1836/7)
1 male 5-9 1830-1835 = Ignatius (b. 1832/3)
1 male 10-14 1825-1830 = Henry (b. 1825) [or Thomas (b. 1828/9)?]
1 male 40-49 1790-1800 = Cornelius (b. 1797/8)
2 females 5-9 1830-1835 = Julia (b. 1832/3)
= Elvira (b. 1832/3)
1 female 10-14 1825-1830 = Florida Ann 
1 female 15-19 1820-1825 = Mary (b. 1824/5)
1 female 40-49 1790-1800 = Theresa (b. 1796/7) 
5 persons employed in agriculture
Listed two lines from William TOON, husband of Cornelius's sister, Perdelia CARRICO.

4.  1850 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com; Image #7 of 120):  District No. 2, Graves Co., KY, p. 366A, 40/40, enumerated 30 Jul 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Cornelius Carrico 52 M   Farmer 250 Maryland
Lucretia 53 F       Ky
Mary 25 F       "
Elvira 17 F       "
Julia 17 F       "
Thomas 21 M   Laborer   "
E F Carrico 16 M   "   "
B J Carrico 13 M       "
Jane Parles?  9 F       "
"Lucretia" appears to be the enumerator's "mis-hearing" of "Theresa."  "E.F." must be Ignatius Francis and "B.J." must be Benedict Joseph.  Who is Thomas?

5.  1860 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com):  not found.

6.  Archives of the CARRICO-L mailing list (online at RootsWeb.com), specifically, a post by Pauline Stubbs:
Cornelius Carrico b 1798 was the Cornelius Carrico that m the sister of Francis Hilary O'Bryan, being Teresa O'Bryan b 1797, m May 24, 1823.  The bond for this marriage was signed by Francis H. O'Bryan and after the death of Francis H. in 1832 the repayment of the bond was to Teresa [Carrico] O'Bryan(t) and 4 male heirs, all of which were minors at that time.  Being: Edward, James Robert, Ignatius D. and Francis H. Jr., witnessed by Edward Carrico and ? Edward O'Bryan.
Note that Teresa (O'BRYAN) CARRICO is our subject's wife while Teresa (CARRICO) O'BRYAN is our subject's sister-in-law.

7.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com), including this item in the "Notes" of one file:
WASHINGTON COUNTY KENTUCKY DEEDS compiled by Faye Sea Sanders The Filson Club 976.9941 S2159 V.3 page 2 D-22
26 August 1811 Indenture between William Allen, Sr. and wife Catherine, and Cornelius Carrico, all of Washington County, Kentucky for $360.00 conveying 90 acres on Cartwright Creel bounded by Peter Powell. Signed: William Allen, Catherine Allen W - none
In 1834 Cornelius Carrico, husband of Theresa O'Bryan, paid $400 to "the widow and heirs of Francis H. O'Bryant (sp) deceased (as paid by O'Bryant as appears by his bond dated November 2 1827)".  The land was described as "60 acres on west side of Allen's Run of Cartwright's Creek" Teresy O'Bryant was named as the widow.  Heirs included Edward P. O'Bryan, James R., Ignatius D, and Francis P. O'Bryan.  Witnesses to the Deed of Land transfer were: J. B. McLain, Edward Carrico, and Edward O'Bryan.
Again, Theresa (O'BRYAN) CARRICO is our subject's wife while the widow, Teresy (CARRICO) O'BRYAN(T), is our subject's sister-in-law.

8.  Leo Willett, ed. and compiler; Pearle (Willett) Curtsinger & Rachel Willett, eds.  1988.  A History of St. Jerome, Fancy Farm, Ketucky, 1836-1986.  St. Jerome Parish Community, Fancy Farm, KY (as cited by Linda Boorom, Archives of the CARRICO-DNA mailing list, online at RootsWeb.com):
p. 155-156 Carrico Family
(1) Cornelius Carrico s/o Henry & Susanna Carrico of Maryland m. Teresa O'Bryan in Washington Co., on May 24, 1823.  They came to the Fancy Farm area about 1837.  They had seven children:  Florida Ann m. John William "Jack" s/o John & Matidila (Summers) Willett, and a brother of Samuel; Mary Ann m. Phillip s/o Thomas & Polly (Willett) Hayden; Henry Jefferson m. Susan Mary d/o Samuel & Elizabeth (Hobbs) Willett: Mary Melvina m. John William s/o Samuel & Elizabeth (Hobbs) Willett; Julia Ann m. George Robert s/o Thomas F. & Sarah (Toon) Hobbs Curtsinger; Ignatius Francis m. Matilda Josephine d/o Samuel & Elizabeth (Hobbs) Willett; and Benedict.
p. 157 (Editor's Note: In a letter from William C. Morton, dated Apr 12, 1985, he wrote: "...by organizing and commenting on the known facts I believe that I have presented predominant and ample evidence that Mary Harriett (m. Stanislaus Toon in 1828), Stanislaus, John I. (m. Ann Montgomery in 1817), Cornelius m. (Teresa O'Bryan in 1823), Henry m. Lucy Reed in 1831), and Perdelia (m. William Toon in 1829) were brothers and sisters to one another." The parents of these six children were Henry & Susanna Carrico of Charles County, MD.) by William C. Morton San Francisco, CA

9.  WorldConnect / Ancestry World Trees (online at RootsWeb.com/Ancestry.com).

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