Cary family in England

by Henry Grosvenor Cary

Publisher: [Press of Murray and Emery company] in Boston

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Statementby Henry Grosvenor Cary. Published by Rev. Seth Cooley Cary.
The Physical Object
Pagination2 p. ., 9-105 p.
Number of Pages105
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Open LibraryOL23284285M
LC Control Number06018830

Early Origins of the Carey family. The surname Carey was first found in Somerset, at Castle Cary, a market town and civil parish in south place dates back to at least the Domesday Book where it was listed as Cari and later in , the place was recorded as Castelkary. It is generally believed that the castle was built by Walter of Douai (c), a Norman knight. Cary's monumental map of England and Wales, first published in , this example from the second edition of updated to The map was published just prior to the age of railways: Britain's first public railway, the Stockton and Darlington Railway, opened only five years later, in   Castle Cary, Devonshire, England; Somerset and Devon, England; According to the Domesday Book they arrived in England with William the Conqueror and can be found in Normandy, France, where they connect to the early Viking invaders from Norway as well as other tribes in the area. Starting at the beginning, we’ll follow their footsteps from. The Carey Genealogy Hub () was originally created in It is designed solely by Carey genealogy enthusiasts for Carey genealogy enthusiasts, and is run on a not-for-profit basis.

Mr. Carey is the acknowledged leader of the Carey family in this part of Indiana, and was for two years president of the Carey Annual Reunion, and had done a great deal to keep the various branches of the name in touch with each other, and to stimulate pride and interest in the family lineage. Included in book "Our Carey Ancestors" by Marie. Cary Surname Definition: This surname is derived from a geographical locality. 'of Carey,' a great West-country surname. Mr. Lower, quoting Sir Bernard Burke's Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, says, 'Cary: the ancient family of Cary derives its surname from the manor of Cary, or Kari, as it is called in Domesday Book, lying in the parish of St.   William Cary, (-) [Apprentice Book gives: William Cary, draper] Apprentices. April 7: John s of John Pill Bristol merchant to Richard Cary draper and Anne wf for 10 yrs f 4/6 etc. September Walter s of Richard Rede Boddington Glos gentleman to Richard Cary draper and Anne wf for 7 yrs App to have at end 5 marks f 4/6 etc. Title: John Cary, the Plymouth Pilgrim. Author: Seth C. Cary Published: Available: Higginson Books: , () Price: approx $45 soft cover/$55 hard cover or Tuttle Antiquarian Books, Inc, ()

Welcome to the Carey Family page at Surname Finder, a service of Genealogy editors have compiled this checklist of genealogical resources, combining links to commercial databases along with user-contributed information and web sites for the Carey surname. The Cary family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Cary families were found in the USA in In there were 77 Cary families living in Ontario. This was about 41% of all the recorded Cary's in Canada. Ontario had the highest population of Cary families in PREFACE. The Original Tombstone of Col. John Page, the first of his fatfiilyin Virginia, was a marble slab imported from England about the year Insome unknown way itwas broken, and for many years the fragments were scattered about the Episcopal churchyard at Williamsburg, James City County, Virginia. For the purpose of restoring it,one of the descendants of Co£. Our Cary line arises from the Howard and allied Family study detailed within the Two Volume Within The Vines Historical Family Website. It is relevant both to the Virginia and Our Virginians chapter found within Volume I: Our American Immigrants and the England and our English Chapter of Volume II: Our also substantiation for the Cary line of Bristol to the Carys of the Peerage.

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An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio An illustration of a " floppy disk. The Cary family in England by Cary, Henry Grosvenor, Publication date Topics Cary family, genealogy Publisher Boston [Press of Murray and Emery company]Pages: Pedigree of the Cary Family, which was drawn up by the Royal College of Heralds by command of Queen Anne Boleyn, and which will be referred to in its proper place.

The Cary family in England and America by Brian Joe Lobley Berry,s.n. edition, in EnglishPages:   The Cary family in England by H. Cary,[Press of Murray and Emery company] edition, in EnglishPages: Robert Cary (–), eldest son, who died aged His ledger stone slab survives on the floor of the chancel of William Cary (–), died aged George Cary (–), 3rd son, died an infant.

Ann Cary (–), eldest daughter, died unmarried aged Her ledger stone slab. The Carey Genealogy Hub - History of the Carey and Cary surnames. The name Carey, along with its other derivations, yields a long and illustrious history in North Western Europe, specifically in what is now the British Isles, the Republic of Ireland, and North West France.

As a surname it has two distinct origins: Normandy (North West France) and Ireland - both heavily influenced by ancient Celtic history. Peter Blood 1/23/03 Reverend Seth Cary published "The Cary Family in England" which was written by Henry G.

book is a superficial bit of. The Cary Family in England by Henry Grosvenor Cary Paperback $ Ships from and sold by John Cary the Plymouth Pilgrim by Seth Cooley Cary Paperback $/5(7). John Cary in entry for Rebecka Cary, "Massachusetts Births and Christenings, " Children (0) PARENTS AND SIBLINGS.

John Cary. Marriage: 29 May Bristol, Gloucestershire, England. Elizabeth Thomas. Children (1) John Cary. About FamilySearch. It's all about family. FamilySearch is a nonprofit.

Cary Family History 1) The English surname was historically most frequently found in Somerset and neighbouring counties, probably named from 2) The landowning Cary family of Devon (Cockington and Clovelly) may be named from the place in Devon recorded as 'Kari' 3) Cary (pron Cahree) is also.

The Cary family in England. [H G Cary] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Carey family.

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Knight Crusader (Carey Family, #1), Bowman of Crécy (Carey Family, #2), The Galleon (Carey Family, #3), The Hawk (Carey Family, #4), For the King (Carey. An 8 generation genealogy register beginning with William Cary of 16th cent.

Bristol, England, and ending with Ann Cary and Robert Carter Nicholas of 18th cent. Virginia. On what would have been Cary Grant’s th birthday, Mark Glancy – whose new book launches in the UK this week – talks about Cary Grant’s experiences growing up in Bristol, England, including startling new revelations about his family history, followed by a Q&A and panel discussion with festival director Charlotte Crofts, chaired by Andrew Kelly of Bristol Festival of Ideas.

Cary Family in England - Traces CARYs back to - Is it accurate. By Peter Blood Janu at I just obtained a copy of the Cary Family of England (Rev. Seth Cooley Cary, ) on interlibrary traces the Cary family back to Adam de Kari born John Cary, son of William of Bristol, was born near Bristol, Gloucestershire, England in He emigrated in and settled in Plymouth Colony.

He married Elizabeth Godfrey. They had twelve. textsThe Cary family in America. The Cary family in America. Cary, Henry Grosvenor, ; Cary, Isaac Harris, Publication date.

Topics. Cary family (John Cary, ), Cary family (Jonathan Cary, ), genealogy. Publisher. This site is to honor and is dedicated to the research of the descendants/ancestors and relatives of John Cary, (b.

) and Elizabeth Godfrey, (b. The Cary and Godfrey families were among the first families of European Immigrants to this country. John migrated to America in Cary Family Genealogy Forum (Source: ) Cary Forum and Hungarian Data Board for Hungarian genealogy research (Source: Radix Forum) CARY Genealogy of Cary, Carey.

CARY Mailing List Homepage (Source: RootsWeb) Maps and Gazetteers. Distribution of Cary surname in UK in and Select "surname search" in upper right.

User Review - Flag as inappropriate If you are studying the Caryl/Caryll/Carryl name, this book is a good starting point. Arthur Caryl has documented the family story back to the mid-fifteenth century in Sussex, England;followed them to America inthen traced the American family towhen the book was published.

I have found some errors in the book, but basically it is good for the 5/5(1). Cary The Cary Family Found Living In Kari Castle in Kari Castle In Domes day Book Around The Spelling Has Changed Though The Generations from Kari, Karry, Carye To Cary 3 Susan Cary b England married John Lacy in Bristol, England.

Buy The Cary Family in England by Henry Grosvenor Cary from Waterstones today. Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ By Gertrude Carew he had two daughters, Christiana Cary, eldest daughter, wife of Henry Helyar (died ) of Coker Court in Somerset, son of Rev.

William Helyar (–), Doctor of Divinity, Archdeacon of Barnstaple and a chaplain to Queen Elizabeth I; and Phillipa Cary (–), 2nd wife of John Docton (–) of Docton, in the parish of Hartland, Devon, whose elaborate ledger.

"The Cary FamilyThe first of this name in this country was John Cary who came from Somersetshire, England, and settled in Duxbury, MA inMarried Elizabeth, daughter of Francis Godfrey, inand had 12 children.

He was one of the first to emigrate from Duxbury to Bridgewater. William Carey, (born AugPaulerspury, Northamptonshire, England—died June 9,Frederiksnagar [now Shrirampur], India), founder of the English Baptist Missionary Society (), lifelong missionary to India, and educator whose mission at Shrirampur (Serampore) set the pattern for modern missionary work.

He has been called the “father of Bengali prose” for his grammars. The Cary family name was found in the USA, the UK, Canada, and Scotland between and The most Cary families were found in the USA in In there were Cary families living in London.

This was about 26% of all the recorded Cary's in the UK. London had the highest population of Cary families in   This Lady Knollys, and the Lord Hunsdon her Brother, were the Children of William Caree, Esq; and of the Lady Mary his Wife, one of the Daughters and Heirs to Thomas Bulleyne, Earl of Wiltshire and Ormonde; which Lady Mary was Sister to Anne Queen of England, Wife to K.

Henry the Eighth, Father and Mother to Elizabeth Queen of England. Charles Carey Kelvedon, Essex, England, United Kingdom - last edited 24 Nov Topsy Jane (Carey) Clarke Copford, Essex, England, United Kingdom - Laura (Carey) Howes 04 Jan West Ham, Essex, England, United Kingdom - 04 Jul. Marriage: Abt in Bristol, Avon, Gloucester, England 6 Nov ; Notes.

Individual: REFN: HWS ; Ancestral File Number: 4LQ8CHAN20 Mar CHAN20 Mar ; Sources. Jonathan Cary y° third of Charlestown. Published by Rev. Title: "The Cary family in America. By Henry Grosvenor Cary. Appendix: Jonathan Cary y° third of.

This video takes you to the beginnings of the Cary name in England. The Castle Cary area was given to Juhael de Mayenne from Normandy/Brittany, France, by .The "Silver Books" series is comprised of 31 volumes, of which the fifth generation of each will be brought online as a database as the digitization is completed.

50 passengers on the Mayflower are known to have living descendants, however, the “Silver Books” treat the .