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Daniel Carroll of Duddington's family on porch of house, F and 2nd Streets, S.E., Washington, D.C.

Daniel Carroll of Duddington's family on porch of house, F and 2nd Streets, S.E., Washington, D.C.



Photograph shows members of the family of Daniel Carroll (1764-1849) with African American man, seated and standing on the porch of Duddington house, Capitol Hill, Washington, D.C.
Caption from another copy of photograph: "Group on Duddington porch photographed about 1865, from left to right: Elizabeth A. Nicholson (Burritt), Rebecca Carroll, Carroll Brent, Bertha Chilton (on step), Mrs. Robert Chilton, Uncle Louis, Jeannie Carroll, Robert Chilton, Sally Carroll (Nicholson), Carroll Nicholson, Augustus Nicholson, William Chilton." (Source: researcher V. Simmons, 2015)
Sally (Carroll) Nicholson and Rebecca Carroll were both daughters of Daniel Carroll (1764-1849) who had owned Duddington. "Jeannie" Carroll may be another of Daniel Carroll's daughters who was also known as Jane Carroll (1821-1896). Elizabeth A. (Nicholson) Burritt (1848-1920), Carroll Nicholson, and Augustus Nicholson were the children of Sally (Carroll) Nicholson and Augustus A. Nicholson.
James M. Goode Collection.
Date from caption on image of similar photograph, researcher V. Simmons, 2015.
Documentation from V. Simmons located in "Capital Losses Collection" collection file, P&P.
Photoprint by National Park Service, no. 4610x.





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