2. At home all day. In the afternoon Mr. Rozer Mr. Carroll—Mr. Sydebotham & Mr. Magowan came here.
Several Carroll families were living in Maryland at this time. The visitor may have been Charles Carroll (1702–1782) of Annapolis; his son Charles Carroll (1737–1832) of Carrollton in Frederick County, Md., a signer of the Declaration of Independence; Daniel Carroll (1730–1796), of Frederick (later Montgomery) County, Md., later a commissioner of the federal district; or John Carroll (1735–1815), brother of Daniel, later first Roman Catholic bishop in the United States.
William Sydebotham, of Maryland, supplied goods to Maryland troops during the Revolution. After the war he was a claimant against the property of the Loyalist Rev. Jonathan Boucher.