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Charles Carroll of Carrollton. The only Catholic to sign the Declaration of Independence and one of the influences of the American Revolution.

Charles Carroll was the only Catholic signer of the Declaration of Independence. His signature reads "Charles Carroll of Carrollton", so he is widely known as such.

Read the center line adding first the letters above, then read again adding the letters below:  A cursed fiend wrought death disease and pain  A blessed friend brought breath and ease again.  Uses the same word endings but different initial letters. -Charles Carroll Bombaugh, Gleaning for the Curious from the Harvest-Fields of Literature, 1890

"A cursed fiend wrought death disease and pain. A blessed friend brought breath and ease again.

Gleanings for the Curious from the Harvest-Fields of Literature, Charles Carroll Bombaugh, 1890

"A cursed fiend wrought death disease and pain. A blessed friend brought breath and ease again." – Charles Carroll Bombaugh, Gleanings for the Curious from the Harvest-Fields of Literature, 1890

Charles Carroll, Signer of Declaration of Independence

Charles Carroll, Signer of Declaration of Independence

Charles Carroll, DE, Signer of Declaration of Independence

August Charles Carroll of Carrollton, the original "Tea Party Catholic" (See Sam Gregg's new book, "Tea Party Catholic!

Charles Carroll of Carrollton  played an important role in the burning of the ship Peggy Stewart as part of the tea party protests ,  Oct 19,1774

The Burning of the Peggy Stewart, by Francis Blackwell Mayer - oil on canvas. Maryland Commission on Artistic Property.

Without morals a republic cannot subsist any length of time...Charles Carroll, longest-living and only Catholic Signer of Declaration

American Minute -"Without Morals a Republic CANNOT subsist.decrying the Christian religion.are undermining.the best security.of free governments." -Charles Carroll, longest-living signer of Declaration

Buncombe County Wills and Estates  Buncombe county was formed in 1791 from parts of Burke County and Rutherford Counties. It was named for Edward Buncombe a colonel in the American Revolutionary War who was captured at the Battle of Germantown. The large county originally extended to the Tennessee line. Many of the settlers were Baptists and in 1807 the pastors of six churches including the revivalist Sion Blythe formed the French Broad Association of Baptist churches in the area. In 1808…

Buncombe County Wills and Estates Buncombe county was formed in 1791 from parts of Burke County and Rutherford Counties. It was named for Edward Buncombe a colonel in the American Revolutionary War who was captured at the Battle of Germantown. The large county originally extended to the Tennessee line. Many of the settlers were Baptists and in 1807 the pastors of six churches including the revivalist Sion Blythe formed the French Broad Association of Baptist churches in the area. In 1808…

TUNE in to this episode of Reinvention Radio with Chef Charles Carroll, Eight-Time Culinary Olympian, Award winning Author of “Leadership Lessons from a Chef: Finding Time to be Great”, “Tasting Success: Your Guide to Becoming a Professional Chef”, and most recently published, “The Recipe”, as well as Inspirational Speaker. Chef Carroll is a recipient of over seventy national and international awards, including three Presidential Medallions from the American Culinary Federation…

TUNE in to this episode of Reinvention Radio with Chef Charles Carroll, Eight-Time Culinary Olympian, Award winning Author of “Leadership Lessons from a Chef: Finding Time to be Great”, “Tasting Success: Your Guide to Becoming a Professional Chef”, and most recently published, “The Recipe”, as well as Inspirational Speaker. Chef Carroll is a recipient of over seventy national and international awards, including three Presidential Medallions from the American Culinary Federation…

Founding Father & U.S. Patriot Charles Carroll: In the first version of his last will and testament, the only Catholic Signer of the Declaration of Independence, Charles Carroll, wrote on December 1, 1818: “I, Charles Carroll. . . . give and bequeath my soul to God who gave it, my body to the earth, hoping that through and by the merits, sufferings, and mediation of my only Savior and Jesus Christ, I may be admitted into the Kingdom prepared by God for those who love, fear and truly serve…

“On the mercy of my Redeemer I rely for salvation and on His merits; not on the works I have done in obedience to His precepts.” – Charles Carroll, signer of the Declaration of Independence [Sept.

Letter to [Charles Carroll, Doughoregan Manor, Md.] From New York Public Library Digital Collections.

Letter to [Charles Carroll, Doughoregan Manor, Md.] From New York Public Library Digital Collections.