Archives of Maryland
(Biographical Series)

Anita Phelps Carroll (1838-1873)
MSA SC 3520-2276
Wife of John Lee Carroll, Governor of Maryland, 1876-1880


Newspaper articles -

"Sudden Death of Mrs. John Lee Carroll." The Sun, 25 March 1873.

Death notice. The New York Times, 26 March 1873.

"The Late Mrs. John Lee Carroll." The New York Times, 27 March 1873.

"Funeral of Mrs. Amita Carroll." The New York Times, 28 March 1873.

Death notice. The Sun, 28 March 1873.

"Funeral of Mrs. Anita Carroll." The Sun, 29 March 1873.

"Death of Royal Phelps." The New York Tribune, 31 July 1884.

Books -

Biographical Cyclopedia of Representative Men of Maryland and D.C.  National Biographical Publishing Company, 1879.

Buchholz, Heinrich Ewald. Governors of Maryland from the Revolution to the Year 1908. 2d ed.  Baltimore:  Williams and Wilkins Company, 1908.

Eisenberg, Gerson G.  Marylanders Who Served the Nation:  A Biographical Dictionary of Federal Officials from Maryland.
        Annapolis:  The Maryland State Archives, 1992.

Holland, Celia M. Old Homes and Families of Howard County, Maryland.  Privately Published, 1987.

Johnson, Allen and Dumas Malone, eds.  Dictionary of American Biography. Vol. II.  New York:  Charles Scribner's Sons, 1934.

Warfield, J.D.,  The Founders of Anne Arundel and Howard Counties, Maryland.  Westminster, MD:  Family Line Publications, 1990.

White, Frank F., Jr. The Governors of Maryland 1777-1970.  Annapolis: Hall of Records Commission, 1970.

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