DANIEL CARROLL, MIDN, CSN
Daniel Carroll '63
Date of birth: 1843
Date of death: May 15, 1862
The Lucky Bag was first published in 1894.
Daniel Carroll was admitted to the Naval Academy from Maryland on November 29, 1859 at age 16 years 2 months.
Daniel Carroll, born Maryland, 1843; previous service in the United States Navy, as midshipman; later served as acting midshipman, Confederate States Navy, 1862; killed in action at Drewry's Bluff, James River, Virginia, May 10 or 15, 1862, after having lost one of his thighs, close to his body. [1860 U.S. Census; Register1862; Daily Morning News (Savannah, Georgia) dated Tuesday, May 20, 1862; Confederate Navy subject file N - Personnel; NA - Complements, rolls, lists of persons, etc.; Lists and Registers, page 330.]
He is listed on the killed in action panel in the front of Memorial Hall.
Confederates in Memorial Hall
This alumni is included on this site because he is listed in Memorial Hall. We do not feel this is appropriate—these men took up arms against the same constitution they'd once sworn to support and defend—and once initial research is completed on all names we will engage with the Naval Academy and the Naval Academy Alumni Association to correct these and other errors.