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Memorial Record of Western Kentucky, Chicago: Lewis Publishing Co., 1904. (Graves Co).
"Alphonsus Kammer Carrico is one of the young native-born citizens of Graves County, and is already at the front as a member of the agricultural element. He has done well in his farming and stock-dealing operations, and has a large field of usefulness and endeavor before him in which to exercise powers as a business man and public-spirited citizen. Mr. Carrico comes of an old Kentucky family, his paternal grandfather, Henry Carrico, being a native of Casey County, this State, and his maternal grandfather, Samuel Willett, being born in Washington Co., KY. Frank M. and Eliza J (Willett) Carico, the parents of Alphonsus K. Carrico, were also natives of this State, the former of Washington County, and the latter of Graves Co. Frank M. Carrico was a stock dealer, and very successful in his operations, becoming the owner of considerable real estate in Carlisle County, Kentucky, where he died January 14, 1897 at the age of sixty-two. He was a Democrat and quite prominent in politics, although he did not aspire to office. He was a member of the Catholic Church. His wife is still living in Carlisle County at the age of sixty years. They were the parents of the following children: Hallie, who died at the age of thirty-three; Alphonsus; Samuel P., Henry M., Leo M., John L.; Mary G. Alphonsus K. Carrico was born in Graves County, Kentucky January 13, 1871. He was reared and educated in the public schools of this and Carlisle counties, and when he started out for himself, he began working on a farm and dealing in cattle. He is now the owner of a fine farm of 105 acres, well improved and cultivated in an up-to-date manner near the city of Mayfield. In his political affiliations he is a Democrat, and is a member of the Roman Catholic Church. January 29, 1900, Mr. Carrico was married in this county to Miss Dora F. Marshall, who was born in Scott County, Missouri, April 5, 1879. Two children have been born to them: Otha, on September 17, 1901, and Myrtle, May 6, 1903. Mr. Carrico is a young man who stands very high in the community in which he resides, and is justly regarded as one of the representative farmers of the county."