The grave is unmarked or no photo is available.


wife of Dennis Carrico
born Oct. 31, 1794
died Nov. 11, 1865
aged 71 years.

Amy Jamison Carrico
Birth: 31 October 1790, Madison County, Kentucky
Death: 11 November 1865, Greene County, Illinois
Burial: 11 November 1865, Cold Water Cemetery, Florissant, St. Louis County, Missouri


• Amy Jamison Carrico was the daughter of James and Sally Hubbard Jamison. She was first married to Phineas James and on 9 June 1845. She then married her second husband, Dennis Carrico on 9 June 1846, St. Louis, Missouri.
• Amy Jamison’s birth and marriage to Dennis Carrico appears in “Short, An Early VA Family,” by Josephine Short Lynch, page 348.
• Mrs. Amy James (Amy Jamison Carrico ) married Dennis Carrico on 9 June 1846, St. Louis, Missouri.
• Amy Jamison Carrico resided in Green County, Illinois.
• An article was written by Russell L. Berry, 1218 Third Street, Brookings, SD 57006 quoting Leander C. Carrico. According to this report, “Amy” was M. E. ‘Amy” James of Florissant and was buried in Cold Water Cemetery.
• Florissant Valley Historical Society Quarterly April 1972, by Mrs. Russel Carrico Kaiser, Sr., states that Amy Jamison Carrico is buried at Cold Water Cemetery.
• Burial: “Cold Water Cemetery” by June Weiderman page 174. We find Carrico, Amy 31 October 1794 – ? November 1865 with Dennis.
• Descendants Chart from Lucille Nevins, 9350 Lindsey Road, Plainwell, M 49080 in possession of Marilyn P. Devaney. October 1993.
• 1850 Census lists Amy as 58 years old and Dennis as 71.

Marriage Record of Amy Jamison Carrico and Dennis Carrico. Source Citation: Missouri State Archives; Jefferson City, MO, USA; Missouri Marriage Records [Microfilm].
1850 Census: South of Macoupin Creek, Greene, Illinois; Roll: M432_108; Page: 111A; Image: 230. Household Members: Dennis Carrico 72 and Amy Carrico 58. Original data: Seventh Census of the United States, 1850; (National Archives Microfilm Publication M432, 1009 rolls); Records of the Bureau of the Census, Record Group 29; National Archives, Washington, D.C.