Henry Carberry (1757-1822)
MSA SC 3520-16421
Carberry, Henry to Otho Holland Williams, 29 September 1789, Williams Papers, Maryland Historical Society, MS 908.
Compiled Service Records of Soldiers Who Served in the American Army During the Revolutionary War. NARA M881. From Fold3.com.
Frederick County Court, Land Records, Deed, George Schnertzell to Henry Carberry and Sybilla Schnertzell, 1793, Liber WR 11, p. 315 [MSA CE105-31].
Frederick County Register of Wills, Wills, George Schnertzell, 1810, Liber RB 1, p. 139 [MSA C898-6, 1/51/9/14].
Holy Trinity Catholic Church, Parish Registers, Deaths 1816-1867, Georgetown University, Special Collections.
Land Office, Debt Books, vol. 41, St. Mary's County, 1767-1774, [MSA S12-186/192, 1/24/2/44].
Maryland State Papers, Series A, Applicants for Sea Service, early 1776, box 1, no. 122, MdHR 6636-1-122 [MSA S1004-1-99, 1/7/3/25].
Maryland State Papers, Series A, Alexander Contee Hanson and Robert Goldsborough [Judges of the General Court] to Council, 28 April 1784, box 50, no. 46, MdHR 6636-50-46 [MSA S1004-70-14867, 1/7/3/58].
Maryland State Papers, Series A, Henry Carberry to Gov. William Paca, 3 January 1785, box 54, no. 68, MdHR 6636-54-68 [MSA S1004-76-16387, 1/7/3/61].
Maryland State Papers, Scharf Collection, Gov. Levin Winder to Col. Henry Carberry, 3 August 1813, box 51, no. 42, MdHR 19999-51-42 [MSA S1005-54-39, 1/8/5/43].
Pension of Henry Carberry, National Archives and Records Administration, Revolutionary War Pension and Bounty-Land Warrant Application Files, NARA M804, W 23776. From Fold3.com.
Return of the Maryland troops, 13 September 1776, Revolutionary War Rolls, NARA M246, folder 35, p. 85. From Fold3.com.
St. Mary's County Register of Wills, Distributions, 1795, Liber JJ & JF, p. 116 [MSA C1580-1, 1/60/12/28].
St. Mary's County Register of Wills, Wills, John Baptist Carberry, 1778, Liber JJ 1, p. 47 [MSA C1720-4, 1/60/10/35].
St. Mary's County Register of Wills, Wills, Mary Carberry, 1794, Liber JJ 2, p. 76 [MSA C1720-5, 1/60/10/36].
Will of Sybilla Carberry, 1840, Washington DC Wills, from Ancestry.com.
U.S. Federal Census, 1800, Frederick, Frederick County, Maryland.
U.S. Federal Census, 1820, Washington, DC.
Williams, Otho Holland to Uriah Forrest, 28 April 1784. Williams Papers, Maryland Historical Society, MS 908.
Carbery, Henry to George Washington, 25 July 1789, Founders Online, National Archives.
Carbery, Henry to George Washington, 8 February 1790, Founders Online, National Archives.
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Hamilton, Alexander to George Clinton, 29 June 1783, Founders Online, National Archives.
Heitman, Francis B. Historical Register and Dictionary of the United States Army, 1789-1903. Vol. I. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office, 1903.
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Journal and Correspondence of the State Council, 1781-1784, Archives of Maryland Online, vol. 48.
Jordan, Jeremiah, Edmund Plowden, and John Allen Thomas to George Washington, 23 March 1790, Founders Online, National Archives.
Laurens, Henry to the American Peace Commissioners, 9 August 1783, Founders Online, National Archives.
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"To the Honourable Thomas Stone, Esq,” Maryland Journal (Baltimore), 4 May 1784.
"Extract of a Letter...," Maryland Journal (Baltimore), 21 February 1792.
Baltimore Evening Post, 19 July 1792.
"Married," Bartgis's Maryland Gazette (Frederick), 11 December 1792.
"Died," Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, DC), 29 May 1822.
True American and Commercial Daily Advertiser (Baltimore), 3 April 1806.
"Deaths," Daily National Intelligencer (Washington, DC), 7 April 1840.
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