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Photographs collected by Dorothy Carroll of Ashland, Kentucky
Updated Aug. 3, 2017
Dorothy Carroll (15 May 1909/25 Jan 1978) was a daughter of George B. Carroll (19 Apr 1862, Carter County, Kentucky/03 Jul 1931, Ashland, Boyd County, Ky. Memorial Record ) and his wife Nancy Jane Canterbury* (17 Dec 1867, Gallia County, Ohio/02 Feb 1957). Dorothy worked for many years at Armco Steel in Ashland: 1958 article. Most of her photos were labeled which makes this a treasure for genealogists. Dorothy’s siblings were Walter John “Stubby” Carroll (Ashlander Called 'Big Leaguer' - Ashland Sports Hall of Fame Oct. 11, 1956. (Go to Kodak-Album on Kentucky In-Laws for photos probably collected by Stubby Carroll.) Carroll Acquires Full Control of Local Business, undated. Daily Independent, Ashland), Harry L. Carroll and Annette “Nettie” Carroll Freeman (Animal-care leader dies) . Childhood photos: Walter and Harry; Nettie and Dorothy; Baby Harry. Dorothy's paternal grandparents were John Carroll and his wife Nancy Damron and her maternal grandparents were Levi Canterbury (17 Jun 1835, Gallia County, Ohio/23 Jul 1918) and Tabitha Jane Luman** (10 Sep 1837 Muskingum Co., Ohio/ 25 Apr 1919, Carter County, Ky.). Levi and Jane. Jane Luman Canterberry.
* In a handwritten family record, Nancy Canterbury Carroll spelled her maiden name as Canterberry. ** In some family documents, her mother Jane Luman Canterberry's given name was Tabitha Jane or Nancy Jane.
Carroll family group photo. W.J. “Stubby” Carroll, holding Carolyn, Nancy Jane Canterbury Carroll, Ann Russell Carroll, Harry Carroll, Irma Carroll Keeton, Kathleen Newell Carroll, Annette “Nettie” Carroll Freeman, Dorothy Carroll, Francis Keeton & Dallas Everett Freeman. (No last name given for Carolyn. Carolyn Keeton?) Family relationships: Stubby, Harry, Nettie and Dorothy were children of Nancy Jane and husband George B. Carroll. Stubby was married to Ann. Harry and Kathleen were parents of Irma, who married Francis. Nettie and Dallas were married. Dorothy wrote: "Dinner at Harry's - 1944 during war - Jack was home. Maxwell Street." Jack was Jack N. Carroll, son of Harry and Kathleen.
Harry Carroll and wife Kathleen Newell
Summit, Boyd County, Ky. photos
Nancy and George B. Carroll home in 1919. Dorothy lists the names of the people on the porch (plus Ring the dog). George B. Carroll, Irma Louise Carroll, Nancy Carroll, Aunt "Sack" Davisson, Harry and Kathleen Carroll, "Bine" Robina Davidson, Annette "Nettie" Carroll, Walter "Stub" Carroll, Ring, and in front, Dorothy Carroll. Mrs. McClelland visits, If you have information of Mrs. McClelland, please let me know. Dorothy Carroll, 8, at Summit Former Carroll home in 1951.
The Ladies Aid
Nancy Canterbury Carroll and other members of The Ladies Aid -- Nellie Richardson, Mrs. Vose, Bine Davidson, Mrs. Hanshaw, Aunt "Sack" Meyers, Mrs. Fearing, Frances Fearing and Aunt "Sack" Davisson. If you have information on this group or its members, please let me know.
Old family photos
(Text in front of album) Mostly Mother’s & Dad’s Family ** Mother’s Sisters & Brothers ** Tabitha Almeda (Cales) – Aunt Bythe. ** Missouri Clemintine (Newland) – Aunt Jorrie. ** Mary Liza (Van Fleet) – Aunt Mary. ** Sarah Lois (Cales) – Aunt Sarah ** Lavina Dell (Dooley) – Aunt Dell ** Nancy Jane (Carroll) – Aunt Jane ** Ruth Euphema (Leedy) – Aunt Ruth ** Maggie Belle (Felts) – Aunt Maggie ** ** John Wesley Canterbury ** Andrew Philip Canterbury
Nettie Van Fleet - Daughter of Aunt MaryNora Van Fleet – Daughter of Aunt Mary. Deceased 1942.Aunt Bythe & 3 sons. Standing Left – Floyd and Owen. Seated Ballard.Jean Felts. 1st Yr. In School.Uncle Francis, Aunt Maggie Felts & Granddaughter Jean – Dec. 19, 1944
The Dooleys. Uncle John, Aunt Dell and Daughter Grace. The Mule “Jewel” – Their Farm – Grayson (Ky.)
Back row: Aunt Maggie & Ruth. Front Row: Raymond Felts, Aunt Dell, Uncle John Dooley & their daughter Grace Stewart. Uncle John holding Grace’s child, Maggie Ruth Stewart.Aunt Ruth Leedy. Taken at Original Home Place on Bard’s Creek (Ky.).Uncle Bob Leedy. Sitting on wall in back yard of their home Grayson, Ky.The “Seven Oaks” Home of Aunt Maggie & Uncle Francis Delaware, Ohio. 7 Hugh Oak Trees in front yard. Seven Oaks closeup.Aunt Maggie & Uncle Francis FeltsAnn Bostick, Mother, Aunt Maggie, Uncle Enoch Canterbury (husband of Ann Bostick) Aunt Ruth & Raymond Felts. Taken Bowling Green, Ohio. Ann & Enoch cousins of Mother’s.Fawn Carroll, Mother & Gertie – In Florida Closeup. Note: Gertie Hensley was listed among friends attending services for George B. Carroll.
Thomas Carroll, Ironton, Dies - Native of Carter County, Has Many Relatives Here
Thomas Carroll, 79, husband of Molly Carroll, died at 3714 South Third Street, Ironton, Ohio, Saturday night at 8:01 after an illness of one week. He was born in Carter county, Ky., Nov. 16, 1856, one of a family of eight sons and one daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. John Carroll. Mr. Carroll, a former steelworker, retired 10 years ago.The body was brought to the Lazear Funeral Home here where it will remain until funeral services are held there at 2:30 Tuesday afternoon. Rev. Cordle, pastor of the Loraine Baptist Church of Ironton, will officiate, and interment will follow in the Ashland cemetery. Mr. Carroll, who was a brother of the late George Carroll, father of Harry and Walter "Stubby" Carroll of Ashland; and Mrs. Carroll celebrated their golden wedding anniversary Sept. 11, 1934. They were married in Ashland in 1884. He formerly was a member of the First Baptist Church here. Surviving are his widow; one son, C. A. Carroll, Lakeland, Fla.; two daughters, Mrs.James L. Smith of Ironton, Ohio; and Mrs. William McKee of North Kenova, Ohio; one brother, Charles Carroll of Gartrell Hill, Ashland; one sister, Mrs. Helen Prichard of Grayson, Ky.;
and two grandchildren. (Ashland (KY) Daily Independent, Sunday Morning, October 27, 1935, page 9)
Tintype of Aunt Missouri Tintype of Aunt Dell & Aunt RuthMother and Aunt Marry (and) Aunt Maggie and Aunt Marry at Huntington, W.Va. (Aunt Marry’s Home) Mother was Nancy Jane Canterbury Carroll.
Aunt Ruth At Well At Old Home Place On Bard’s Creek, Carter County (Ky.)Aunt Maggie & Mother At Harding’s Tomb. We Visited Aunt Maggie Delaware, Ohio. Note: Canterbury sisters Maggie Felts and Nancy Carroll.
Aunt Ruth, Aunt Maggie & Mother. 1950 Note: Canterbury sisters Ruth Leedy, Maggie Felts and Nancy Carroll.
Aunt Dell. Pearl & Cora. Mother & Aunt Ruth. In Front of Aunt Dell’s Home. Note: Canterbury sisters Lavina Dell Dooley, Nancy Carroll And Ruth Leedy.
Raymond Felts, His Wife Ardith, & Daughter Jean. 1948.Aunt Ruth & Mother In Our Back Yard On Algonquin Ave. (Ashland, Ky.) Sisters Ruth Leedy and Nancy Carroll.
Sitting: Uncle Andrew. Dock Carroll – son of Hiram – Bro. of Daddy.Andrew P. Canterberry - front and back of heavy board funeral card. Asleep in Jesus, Blessed Sleep. From Which None Ever Wake To Weep. In Loving Remembrance Andrew P. Canterberry. Born Dec. 18, 1876. Died May 9, 1903. Age 26 yrs. 6 mos. 9 days. We have lost our darling Brother, He has bid us all adieu; He has gone to live in Heaven, And his person is lost to view. Oh! That darling, how we loved him! Oh! How hard to give him up! But an angel came down for him And removed him from our flock.