John Carroll died in 1890 and is purported to be buried in the Catholic church cemetery in Killeavy, Armagh. There is a Lower Killeavy Chapel in the village of Cloghogue. My grandmother, Bridget Carroll Butler’s daughter, visited this grave on a trip to Ireland in the 1970’s. My grandmother told me that Mary Carroll insisted on the burial being in this spot despite the problem it caused with transportation of the deceased.
After John’s death, Mary Ferrigan Carroll immigrated to the United States to join some of her children in Iowa. On the 1910 US Census, Mary reported that she immigrated in 1891 and was 70 years old. She was living in Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa at the time with her son, Peter J Carroll, aged 30.
Here is a list of Mary Ferrigan & John Carroll’s children that can be found on familysearch.org and the children’s exact birth dates and locations:
Click here: https://familysearch.org/search/collection/results?count=20&query=%2Bfather_givenname%3AJohn~%20%2Bfather_surname%3ACarroll~%20%2Bmother_givenname%3AMary~%20%2Bmother_surname%3AFerrigan~&collection_id=1584963
Note that on Catherine Margaret’s information John is listed as being born in Cloghogue, Newry, Down.
The children listed are:
Catherine Margaret : Catherine married Robert Steele on 24 AUG 1904 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Thomas: Thomas married Allie Mcenteer on 24 OCT 1869 in Belle Plain, Benton, Iowa.
Bridget : This is my great-grandmother. Born 15 OCT 1867 in Rathfriland, County Down, Ireland. I have had a different date of birth for many years. The Catholic church in Rathfriland at the time was St. Mary’s.
I have also finally found John & Mary’s marriage date and place: