Carroll is a Town in Chautauqua County,
New York, formed in 1825.
The area was settled around 1809, named
after Charles Carroll, a signer of the Declaration of Independence.
The Town of Carroll was established in 1825 from part of the Town of
Ellicott. In 1853, part of Carroll was used to form
the Town of Kiantone.
Carroll is the childhood home of Governor Rueben E. Fenton and
Supreme Court Justice Robert. H. Jackson.