John C. Carmack

Born: May 12, 1742 - Prince George’s County, Maryland
Died: after 1790 - Frederick County, Maryland
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Service: John C. Carmack was on the Maryland List of Associators in Frederick County, Maryland and served on the Committee of Observation. John was directed to assemble the able bodied of the Manor Hundred (a "hundred" was a political subdivision below the level of county during the colonial period) at Frederick, Maryland, on October 2, 1775. John served in the Maryland militia in the 2nd Battalion and Catoctin Battalion of Frederick County which assembled in Frederick County, Maryland. John was promoted to the rank of captain on November 14, 1775. John helped form the 2nd Battalion.
 
Family: John C. Carmack was born to William Carmack and Mary Jane McDaniel. He married Sarah Wolfe, daughter of Paul and Margaret Wolfe, in Frederick County, Maryland, before June 1775. John was a farmer and surveyor in Frederick County, Maryland. He froze to death while surveying property near Woodsboro, Frederick County, Maryland. Sarah administered his estate in Frederick County, Maryland, on June 15, 1803. John and Sarah’s children (and spouses) included: Sarah (X Anders) and Paul (Catherine E. Stimmel).
 
Source: Clements & Wright, Maryland Militia in the Revolution, p. 60; Maryland Historical Magazine, Vol. 10, No. 4, Dec 1915, p 305