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John Clark CARRICO
Winna Ann VANMETER
Husband:  John Clark CARRICO
Birth:  28 Feb 1819, Florissant, St. Louis Co., MO
Death:  24 Apr 1897, Jersey or Greene Co., IL
Disposition:  buried Lax Cemetery, Jersey Co., IL
Occupations:  blacksmith, farmer
Father:  Dennis Sylvester CARRICO
Mother:  Jane CLARK
Marriage:  14 Nov 1839, Greene Co., IL
Wife:  Winna "Winney / Winnie" Ann VANMETER / VAN METER
Birth:  16 Nov 1822, Crawford, Crawford Co., IL
Death:  2 Jul 1895 or 7 Feb 1898, Jersey Co., IL
Occupation:  homemaker
Father:  Amasa VANMETER (1796-1851)
Mother:  Elizabeth PINKSTAFF (1803-1854)
Children:
born in Greene or Jersey Co., IL:
1.  Lafayette CARRICO, b. 13 Nov 1843
2.  Achsah / Axa "Axie / Maxey" CARRICO, b. 16 Sep 1845
3.  Andrew CARRICO, b. 16 Aug 1848

born in Jersey Co., IL
4.  Marion CARRICO, b. 22 Sep 1850
5.  Mary CARRICO, b. ca. 1853
6.  Nancy Jane CARRICO, b. 17 Jan 1855
7.  Phoebe A. CARRICO, b. 1857/8

Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Illinois, Missouri

Sources:

1.  Illinois Statewide Marriage Index, 17631900 (online at the Illinois State Archives web site):
CARRICO, John C VANMETER, Winney Ann 11/14/1839 V. 1, P. 51 Lic#1501 Greene Co.

2.  1840 Census Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #21 of 24; extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1840 IL Greene Co. Carrollton Twp. Roll 60 pp. 86B-87A Ln. 11 ??? C Carrico 000 010 - 000 100 0100000
These data indicate:
No. & Sex Age Class Therefore Born Individuals Inferred
1 male 20-29 1810-1820 = John (b. 1819)
1 female 15-19 1820-1825 = Winnie (b. 1822)
1 person employed in agriculture
The first name was cut of by the binding edge.  Listed one line below John's brother-in-law, Jesse WHITE, who is two lines below John's father-in-law, Amasa VANMETER.

3.  1850 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #12 of 22 indexed "Carice"):  T8N.R12W, Jersey Co., IL, Roll M432_111, p. 70B, 77/77, enumerated 17 Sep 1850, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1850 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
John C Carico 30 M   Blacksmith 1000 Mo
Winna Ann  " 26 F       Ill
Layfayette "  6 M       "
Axa        "  5 F       "
Andrew     "  2 M       "
Abner C Wines 29 M   Laborer   "

4.  1860 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #30-31 of 108 indexed "Carred"):  Jerseyville P.O., Jerseyville Pct., Jersey Co., IL, Roll M653_188 (Book 1), pp. 234-235, PN 30-31, 200/195, enumerated 23 Jun 1860, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1860 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
John C Carrico 41 M   Farmer 3000 600 Mo
Winnano?   " 37 F         Ill
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Layfaelle Carrico 16 M   Farmer     Ill
Axie         " 14 F         "
Andrew       " 11 M         "
Marion       "  9 M         "
Mary         "  7 F         "
Nancy        "  4 F         "
Phebe A      "  2 F         "

5.  1870 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #25 of 33):  Jerseyville P.O., Township No. 8, Range No. 12 (T8N.R12W), Jersey Co., IL, Roll M593_233, p. 793B, PN 26, 181/181, enumerated 26 Jul 1870, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1870 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
Carico John 51 M W Farmer 10000 1150 Mo
______ Winnie A 47 F W Keeping House     Ills
______ Marion 19 M W Farm Hand     Ills
______ Phoebe 12 F W at Home     Ills
Miller Jacob 22 M W Farm Hand     Prussia

6.  1880 Census Every-Name-Index/Images (online at Ancestry.com, Image #3 of 29):  English Twp, Jersey Co., IL, Roll 216, p. 13C, PN 3, SD 6, ED 93, enumerated 2 Jun 1880, official enumeration date 1 Jun 1880 (extracted by Diana Gale Matthiesen):¤
1880:  for an explanation of the column headings, please see
What the Numbers in the Federal Census Mean (missing columns contained no data).
1 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 13 24 25 26
23 24 Carrico J C W M 61   / Farmer MO MD PA
    _______ Winna A W F (58) Wife / Keeping house IL VA IL

7.  1890 Census:  the 1890 Census Population Schedules were destroyed.

8.  Clement L. Clapp, compiler.  1879.  History of Greene County, Illinois: Its Past and Present.  Donnelley, Gassette, & Loyd, Chicago (excerpts online at the Morgan Area Genealogy site):
p. 729-30 CARRICO, JOHN O, farmer and stock raiser, Sec. 4, P.O. Kane.  Few commenced life under more discouragements than the whole-souled gentleman whose name heads this sketch.  He was the eighth of a family of fourteen children, and was born in St. Louis Co., Missouri, February 28, 1819.

His father, Dennis Carrico, was a native of Frederick County, Maryland.  At an early age he became apprenticed to the trade of a wheelwright, and subsequently became a skillful journeyman workman; attaining his majority, he set out for Pennsylvania, where he worked as a journeyman, and here formed the acquaintance of and married Miss Jane Clark, in 1813 ; in order to better his condition in life, he determined to adopt the West as his future home, and accordingly made his way to Kentucky, where he engaged in his occupation as wheelwright.  It was during the year 1813, that he became a resident of St. Louis Co., Mo., at a period of time, when the entire commerce of the city of St. Louis scarcely footed up to the insignificant sum of $100,000.  Hearing many glowing accounts of the fertility of Illinois, thither he directed his footsteps, and landed in that portion of Southern Illinois, then known as Greene County, since set apart and forming a portion of Jersey County; he necessarily lived a life of frugality for many a year, until such time as emigration flowed rapidly westward, although in after years he became moderately successful as an agriculturist, and became extensively known as a surveyor; his long and useful life ended in 1850 and his ashes repose in the Thompson cemetery, in Greene County.  Mrs. Carrico passed to that world of spirits to which we are all traveling, in 1834, and the survivors of the family, few in number, now reside in different parts of the Union. 

John, from whom this sketch is obtained, grew to manhood in the West; received a common school education, and subsequently entered upon a course of study in the East.  In 1839, he was married to Miss Minnie Ann VanMeter, a daughter of Amasa and Elizabeth VanMeter ; he now set up housekeeping on $4.50; went to the enormous expense of purchasing a skillet and plain table, and began life in earnest, and mapped, out his future success; by well directed energy, is the owner of 315 acres of land in one of the best counties in the Union, enjoying the respect and confidence of his neighbors; for eight years he has been honored with the position of justice of the peace ; of the marriage eight children were born

9.  LDS.  Family Search: Internet Genealogy Service:  AF - Ancestral File (online at FamilySearch.org).

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

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