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Carrico Obituaries in Maryland newspapers

submitted by Linda Boorom

Date: 1887-03-26; Paper: Baltimore Sun
CARRICO - On 23d of March, 1887, at his home in Charles county, Md., AMBROSE CARRICO, in the 23d year of his age, Ecclesiastical Student of Saint Charles College, Howard county, Md

Date: 1888-02-10; Paper: Baltimore Sun
CARRICO - At Bryantown, Md. February 9, Mrs. Carrico wife of Dr. Thomas A. Carrico.
Funeral tomorrow (Saturday) morning, at eleven o’clock.

Date: 1908-02-12; Paper: Sun
(Special Dispatch to the Baltimore Sun.)
    La Plata, Md. Feb. 11 - B. Hamilton Carrico, former election supervisor of Charles county, died at his home, hear Hughesville, yesterday of acute indigestion after an illness of a few hours. Mr. Carrico attended St. Mary’s Catholic Church yesterday and was in good health up to the time he was stricken. He was 45 years old and is survived by a widow and several children. He was a first cousin of ex-State Senator Louis C. Carrico.

3-14-1921 Baltimore Sun
Charles County Physcian Succumbs To Heart Trouble At Home At Age Of 60 Years
Had Been Delegate, State Senater And Census Supervisor For Fifth District

    La Plata Md March 13. - Dr. Louis C. Carrico died suddenly of heart disease at his him in Bryantown today. He was one of the most prominent physicians in the county and for years had been recognized as one of the Democratic leaders of Charles Co. He was 60 years old.
    Dr. Carrico was born in Charles County the son of Thomas and Frances Stonestreet Carrico. His father was a farmer. He was educated in the public schools in Charlotte Hall Academy and Rock Hall College. He began the practice of medicine in 1883. In 1882 and 1883 he had been a schoolteacher.
    He was School Commissioner for Charles County from 1883 to 1892. In 1891 he was elected a member of the House of Delegates of the Maryland Legislature and in 1893 to the State Senate over the late Representative Sidney E. Mudd. For the las census he was supervisor of the census  for the Fifth Congressional District. He was head of the county War Memorial Committee.
    Surviving are a widow who was formerly Miss Anna Jameson, four children, Louis C. Carrico, jr., who is a student at Mount St. Mary’s college, at Frederick, Rudolph, Violett H. and Carlyle Carrico, all of whom live at Bryantown; two brothers, Dr. C. P. Carrico of Cecil county, and G. A. Carrico of Prince George’s county, and two sisters, Mrs. F. M. Murray of Baltimore, and Sister Agnes Carrico, a Sister of Charity at New Orleans.

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