Tag: Stephen Carmick (1718-1774)

Stephen Carmick (1718-1774) was an early settler in Philadelphia who earned his living as as merchant and importer of dry goods, pewter, cutlery, and brass articles from England. Carmick was an active parishioner at Christ Church and a member of the Common Council of Philadelphia, where he was summoned for inquests on a number of criminal cases. Carmick died unexpectedly from an epileptic fit at age 54 and was buried in the Christ Church burial grounds.

Stephen Carmick

Stephen Carmick (1718-1774)

Near the end of his life, Stephen Carmick owned a large plantation in Southwark, a small portion of which later became Morris Street.