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Charles Carroll of Carrollton, Maryland (1737 – 1832), the only Catholic and the longest-lived signatory of the Declaration of Independence, died at 95. He is descended from the noble Gaelic family of Tipperary, Clan Ó Cearbhail who trace their origin to The Cianachta, a tribe recorded to the third century CE. He was born in 1737 in Maryland—the only colony tolerant of Catholic emigration, thanks to Lord Baltimore.