|The 19th Century Annals||>>|
1824 - 1852
during which time Edward Carroll is born, serves in the army in Dublin, leaves Ireland for Wales and marries his first wife, and Michael Carroll is born, leaves Ireland, enlists in the 19th Regiment of Foot in Wales and is in London to line the route of the Duke of Wellington's funeral procession.
1853 - 1854
during which time Edward Carroll loses his first wife to consumption and marries his second, and Michael Carroll sails with the 19th Foot Regiment to the Crimea where he takes part in the battles of the Alma and Inkerman.
1855 - 1859
during which time Edward Carroll loses his second wife to consumption, marries his third and transfers from the Carmarthenshire to the Pembrokeshire County Constabulary, and Michael Carroll takes part in the storming of the Great Redan at Sebastopol during the Crimean War, buys himself out of the army to join the Pembrokeshire Constabulary and gets married.
1860 - 1861
during which time Edward Carroll and his family move from Newcastle Emlyn to Fishguard and then on to Haverfordwest, and Michael Carroll is promoted to First Class Constable in the Pembrokeshire Constabulary and is then made Acting Sergeant of Police.
1862 - 1866
during which time Edward Carroll transfers from Haverfordwest to Landshipping and is promoted to the 1st Division of 2nd Class Constables in the Pembrokeshire Constabulary, and Michael Carroll transfers from Cilgerran to Neyland and on to Milford Haven, and is promoted to Sergeant in the Pembrokeshire Constabulary.
1868 - 1880
during which time Edward Carroll transfers from Landshipping to Pembroke Dock and is made 1st Class Constable in the Pembrokshire Constabulary, Police Sergeant Michael Carroll transfers from Haverfordwest to Pembroke Dock, and Edwin Carroll serves one year in the Pembrokeshire Constabulary before becoming an Assistant Signalman on the Taff Vale Railway and getting married in Cardiff.
1881 - 1890
during which time Edward Carroll transfers to Jeffreyston before retiring from the Police Force, Michael Carroll retires from the Pembrokeshire Constabulary, Edwin Carroll is made Full Signalman on the Taff Vale Railway at Taffs Well Siding, George Thomas Carroll joins the Metropolitan Police and gets married, and John Edward Carroll becomes a Waterman for H.M. Customs & Excise in London.
1891 - 1899
during which George Thomas Carroll is dismissed from the Metropolitan Police and later dies, Edward Henry Carroll starts work on the Taff Vale Railway as a tail lamp minder, and Thomas John Carroll starts work as a lampman for the Taff Vale Railway.