James McCarroll

1814-1892; b. Longford, 3 Aug.; emig. Canada, 1831; ed. Peterborough Chronicle in 1845; journalism and music-teaching in Coburg; Customs Service, 1849; collector, Niagara Falls, 1851, and outdoor surveyor, Toronto, c.1854; moved to Buffalo, NY, 1866, then NY City; contrib. Bedford’s Magazine; assoc. ed. Humanity and Health; dramas, poems, etc.; humorous letters to Thomas D’Arcy McGee published in Toronto, pseud. ‘Terry Finnegan’, viz., The New Ganger (1864); The Adventures of a Night (1865); The Life-Boat (1866); included in Canadian anthology ed. Rev. E. H. Dewart; patented inventions; d. NY 10 Apr. PI