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James CARRICO II
Elizabeth CLEMENT
Mary Anna CARRICO
Husband:  James CARRICOE / CARRICO
Birth:  bef. 1745, Charles Co., MD
Death:  by 1799
Estate Inventory:  11 Dec 1799, Charles Co., MD 
Father:  Peter CARRICO II
Mother:  Margaret __?__

Some secondary sources refer to our subject as "James T. CARRICO" and others as "James M. CARRICO."   As far as I know, there is no contemporary document that ever showed him with a middle initial.  If you have one, please share.

Marriage-1:  1763 [where does this date come from?]
Wife-1:  Elizabeth CLEMENT
Birth: 
Death:  14 Nov 1795
Marriage-2:  5 Apr 1796, Charles Co., MD
Wife-2:  Marianna | Mary Anna / Annia / Amina / Amnia CARRICO [a cousin]
Birth: 
Death:  aft. 1810
Other spouse:  m2. aft. Dec 1799 and by 1803, Henry MONTGOMERY
Children with Elizabeth CLEMENT presumably born in Charles Co., MD: 
  1.  Vincent CARRICO, b. 1765-70 
  2.  Tabitha CARRICO, b. 1766 
  3.  Deborah CARRICO, b. ca. 1768; m. 25 Jan 1802, Washington Co., KY, John CARRICO
  4.  Theresa "Tresy / Tracy / Trecy" CARRICO, b. ca. 1770 
  5.  Walter CARRICO, b. 1770-80 
  6.  Dennis Sylvester CARRICO, b. 31 Oct 1774
  7.  Margaret CARRICO, b. ca. 1776
  8.  Priscilla "Pricy / Precy" CARRICO, b. 1780
  9.  James CARRICO definitely not_the James T. CARRICO who married Joanna KEITH
10.  John Martin CARRICO
11.  Alexander CARRICO

Some sources give James a son, Cornelius CARRICO, but no Cornelius is mentioned in the inventory of James's estate.

Children with Mary Anna CARRICO:
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Timeline
Year Location Event
  MD: Charles Co. birth of James CARRICOE
    birth of Elizabeth CLEMENT
    birth of Mary Anna CARRICO
1763?   marriage of James CARRICOE to Elizabeth CLEMENT
1765 MD: Charles Co. death of James's father, Peter; James inherits Carrico's Hope
1765-70   birth of son, Vincent
1766   birth of daughter, Tabitha
c1768   birth of daughter, Deborah
c1770   birth of daughter, Theresa
1770-80   birth of son, Walter
1774   birth of son, Dennis
1775 Census MD: Charles Co.: Durham Par.: Bryantown 100 James CARRICOE of Peter, head-of-household
1776 Revolutionary War begins
c1776   birth of daughter, Margaret
1774-84   birth of daughter, Priscilla
1774-78   birth of son, James
1778 MD: Charles Co. James CARRICOE takes Oath of Fidelity
1778 MD: Charles Co. James CARRICOE turns in a stray horse
1779 MD: Charles Co. James CARRICOE of Peter buys 112 a. of Maidstone
1781 MD: Charles Co. James CARRICO of Peter sells 12 a. of Maidstone
1780-84   birth of son, John Martin
1783 Treaty of Paris ends Revolutionary War
1784-90   birth of son, Alexander
1786 MD: Charles Co. James CARICO of Peter buys 10 a. of Maidstone
1786 MD: Charles Co. James CARRICO sells 6 a. of Maidstone
c1786 MD: Charles Co. marriage of daughter, Tabitha, to Thomas WITHINGTON
1790 MD: Charles Co. James CARRICO of Peter buys 100 a. called Saint James
1790 Census MD: Charles Co. James CALLICO of Peter, head-of-household
1791 VA: Franklin Co. marriage of son, Vincent, to Frances ESTES
1790-96   death of Elizabeth (CLEMENT) CARRICO
1796 MD: Charles Co.: Bryantown marriage of James CARRICO & Mary Anna CARRICO
1796-1800 MD: Charles Co. death of James CARRICOE
1800 Census MD: Charles Co. Mary Ann CARRICO, head-of-household
1802 KY: Washington Co. marriage of daughter, Deborah, to John CARRICO
1802 KY: Washington Co. marriage of son, Walter, to Helena BRYAN/O'BRYAN 
bef. 1803 MD marriage of widow Mary Ann to Henry MONTGOMERY
1803 MD: Charles Co. Inventory of the estate of James CARRICO of Peter
[no land is mentioned]

Sources: 

1.  Will of Peter Carrico of Charles Co., MD, 1764

2.  Maryland Early Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
1775 CARRICOE JAMES-OF-PETER MD Charles Co. Durham Par. Bryan Hun.
1775 CARRICOE JAMES-OF-JOHN MD Charles Co. Durham Par. Bryan Hun.
1775 CARRICOE JAMES SEN MD Charles Co. Durham Par. Bryan Hun.
1778 CARRICOE JAMES MD Charles Co. Fidelity Oath
1778 CARRICOE JAMES MD Charles Co. Fidelity Oath
1778 CARRICOE JAMES SR. MD Charles Co. Fidelity Oath

3.  Anon.  1997.  Charles County, Maryland, Land Records, 1775-1782.  T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL.
p. 56 Land Records, Liber V, No. 3, Page 265.
  Certificate of a stray.  Jun 12, 1778. James Carricoe brought before me (taken up as a stray) a small chestnut sorrel mare.  Signed - Dan Jenifer.  Recorded Jun 11 [sic], 1778.
p. 106 Land Records, Liber V, No. 3, Page 468.
  Mar 25, 1779 from Richard Carnes of St. Mary's County, to Allen Harbin of CC, for 17,400 lbs of nett crop tobacco, part of a tract of land in CC called Maidstone, and bounded by a tract of land called Canterbury, containing about 112 acres.  Carnes warrants the land only against claims by himself or his heirs.  Signed - R. Carnes.  Wit - Joshua Sanders, John Morton (CC JPs).  Mary Carnes, wife of the within named Richard Carnes, relinquished her right of dower to the lands within mentioned.  Recorded Jun 14, 1780.
Land Records, Liber V, No. 3, Page 469.
  Mar 25, 1779 from Richard Carnes of St. Mary's County, to James Carricoe of Peter of CC, for 17,400 lbs of net tobacco, part of a tract of land in CC called Maidstone, and bounded by Hunt, Canterbury, containing about 112 acres.  Carnes warrants the land only against claims by himself or his heirs.  Signed - R. Carnes.  Wit - Joshua Sanders, John Morton (CC JPs).  Mary Carnes, wife of the within named Richard Carnes, relinquished her right of dowr to the lands within mentioned.  Recorded Jun 14, 1780.
p. 117 Land Records, Liber V, No. 3, Page 520.
  Jan 6, 1781 from James Carrico of Peter of CC, to Arthur Smoot of CC, for 3300 lbs of neet crop tobacco, part of a tract of land in CC called Maidstone, bounded by Hunts Venter, containing about 12 acres.  Signed - James (P his mark) Carricoe of Peter.  Wit - Joshua Sanders, John Morton (CC JPs).  Elizabeth, wife to the sd James Carricoe, relinquished her right of dower to the the lands within mentioned.  Recorded feb 19, 1781.
The two entries on p. 106 don't make sense.  How could Richard Carnes sell the same piece of land to two different people on the same day?  The two entries are almost exactly the same, except for the purchaser.  And to add to the confusion, Samuel Hanson sold part of Maidstone to Richard Carnes in August of 1779 (see land records of James's father, Peter). Is this transcriber error? 

4.  Anon.  1997.  Charles County, Maryland, Land Records, 1782-1786.  T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL.  Abstracts.
p. 87 Land Records, Liber Z, No. 3, Page 285.
  Feb 1, 1786 from Richard Carnes of St. Mary's County to James Carico (Carricoe) of Peter of CC for 1400 lbs of neet crop tobacco, part of a tract of land in CC called Maidstone, and bounded by a bound tree of Thomas Hunt's land called Hunts Venture, containing about 10 acres.  This deed is warranted against the claims of only sd Carnes or his heirs.  Signed - R Carnes.  Wit - J Parnham, Bent Dyson (CC JPs).  Recorded Jul 21, 1786. 
p. 89 Land Records, Liber Z, No. 3, Page 301.
Bond, recorded at the request of Samuel Smoot.
  I, James Carrico of CC, give bond to Samuel Smoot of CC in the sum of 2440 lbs of crop tobacco this Mar 23, 1786, to warrant that I will make over a certain tract of land called 
p. 90 part of Maid Stone, containing about 6.1 acres.  Signed - James (X his mark) Carico.  Wit - Basil Bryan, Ahasuerias Davie.  Recorded Sep 12, 1786.
CC = Charles County
Elizabeth is not mentioned as giving up her right of dower.  I wonder if she has died.

5.  Anon.  1994.  Charles County, Maryland, Land Records, 1790-1796.  T.L.C. Genealogy, Miami Beach, FL. Abstracts.
p. 20 Land Records, Liber K, No.3, Page 82.
Mar 24, 1790 from William Hagon (Hagan) of William, and Jospeh Hagon of John, of CC, to James Carrico (Carricoe) of Peter, of CC, for 8000 lbs of tobacco, 100 acres in CC, being part of a tract of land called Saint James, lying in CC.  Signed - Wm Hagan, Jos Hagan of Jno.  Wit - Ben Dyson*, Alexr McPherson*.  Recorded Jun 8, 1790.
CC = Charles County; * = county official.

6.  1790 Census for Charles County, Maryland (online at the Charles County MDGenWeb site; transcription courtesy of John A. Hancock):
Callico, James, of Peter Charles Co. MD 01-03-05-00-03
Callico, James Charles Co. MD 03-01-04-00-00
Callico, James Charles Co. MD 01-02-01-00-01
These data indicate:
Gender and Type Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 free white males 16 or over in or bef. 1774 = James (b. bef. 1743)
3 free white males 15 or under 1774-1790 = James?
= John Martin?
= Alexander?
5 free white females all ages in or bef. 1790 = Elizabeth
= Deborah
= Theresa
= Margaret
= Priscilla
3 slaves all ages in or bef. 1790 = ? ? ?
Tabitha is married, so presumably the five females are Elizabeth and the four other daughters.  But we are short three sons.  It's reasonable that Vincent may already be in Kentucky, as he marries there in 1791.  But where are Walter and Dennis?  Or is it really the youngest three who are at home?  Were any of the boys sent off to Catholic boarding school?  This family appears to be well off, so I presume they could have afforded to send their children off to school.

7a.  Robert Barnes.  1978/93.  Maryland Marriages, 1778-1800.  Genealogical Publ. Co., Baltimore, MD (Broderbund CD-195).  On p. 162:
p. 34 Carrico, James, widower, 5 April 1796, Marianna Carrico, "disp. for consang. in 2nd to 3rd degree" 3 CH-162
p. xiii 3 CH = Records of the Congregations of Upper and Lower Zachiah, Mattawoman, and St. Marys (Bryantown), 1793-1862...

7b.  D.L. Murray & N.R. Murray, compilers.  1995. Marriage Index: MD, NC, VA, 1624-1915  (Broderbund CD-4):
Carrico, James Carrico, Marianna 5 Apr 1796 Charles Co., MD

8.  1790-1870 Maryland Census Index (online at Ancestry.com):
1800 CARRICOE MARY ANN Charles Co. MD p. 77 01100-00120-05
These data indicate:
No. & Sex  Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 10-15 1784-1790 = Alexander?
1 male 16-25 1774-1784 = John Martin?
1 female 16-25 1774-1784 = Priscilla?
2 females 26-44 1755-1774 = Margaret?
= Mary Anna
5 slaves all ages in or bef. 1800 = ? ? ? ? ?
No children were born between 1790 and 1800, which may mean Elizabeth died ca. 1790-91.  On the other hand, she was in her 40s or 50s in 1790, so had probably ended her reproductive years.  For whatever reason, James and Mary Anna apparently had no children (at least, no surviving children) during their three years of marriage.  With the death, now, of both their parents, most of the children appear to have left, even several of the unmarried ones. 

9.  Inventory of the Estate of James Carricoe, Charles Co., MD, 1803

10.  Archives of the CARRICO-L mailing list (online at RootsWeb.com).

11.  Archives of the CARRICO-DNA mailing list (online at RootsWeb.com).

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