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John T. CARRICO
Alice GOODWIN
Husband:  John T. CARRICO
Birth:  5 Jun 1840, Casey Co., KY
Religion:  Catholic > Baptist
Father:  Henry C. CARRICO
Mother:  Nancy Ann WORTHINGTON / WETHINGTON
Marriage:  19 Jul 1864
Wife:  Alice GOODWIN
Religion:  Baptist
Father:  Amos GOODWIN
Children:
1.  Lulia CARRICO
2.  Alexander CARRICO
3.  Noah CARRICO
4.  Amos H. CARRICO
5.  Joseph T. CARRICO
6.  Charles I. CARRICO
7.  Arthur B. CARRICO
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Sources:

1.  Marriage Record:

2.  1870

3.  1880

4.  1890 Census:  the 1890 Census Population Schedules were destroyed.

.  Anon.  1883.  History of Daviess County, Kentucky.  Inter-state Pub. Co., Chicago (reprinted 1978 by Unigraphic, Evansville, IN; reprinted 1980 by McDowell Pub., Utica, KY; online at U.S. Biographies Project).  On p. 729:
JOHN T. CARRICO, born in Casey County, Ky., June 5, 1840, is a son of Henry and Nancy (Worthington) Carrico, natives of Maryland and Kentucky.  His father was born in 1808 and came to Kentucky when five years old, and lived in Casey County until 1860, when he moved to Daviess County, and settled on Yellow Creek, near Owensboro.  He lived there four years and then bought a farm on the Calhoon and Owensboro road and lived there until 1875, when he sold out and bought the farm where he now reside, just south of Owensboro.  His wife died in 1874.  Of a family of seven sons and two daughters, six sons and one daughter are now living.  John T. was married July 19, 1864, to Alice, daughter of Amos Goodwin, deceased.  After his marriage he moved to Owensboro and worked at the blacksmith's trade, which he learned on Yellow Creek, under Colonel Pool, now of Yelvington.  At the expiration of a year Mr. Carrico moved where his father was living and remained till 1874 when he came to Utica, where he is still working at his trade.  He was reared in the Catholic faith but he and his wife are both members of the Baptist church.  Seven children have been born to them, four now living--Amos H., Joseph T., Charles I., Arthur B. Lulia, Alexander and Noah are deceased. 

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