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The Irish provenance of Carey, through emigration, is not only particularly evident in the USA and Australia, but also in Great Britain. 2,058 Carey immigrants from Ireland compared with 345 from England. Their territory at Carbury was later settled by the De Berminghams, who built the castle on top of the ancient hill settlement. This ua Ciardha sept are recorded early, e.
Ciardha over Cairbre of poets, of the tribes of Nine-hostaged Niall’. O Ciarda obtained heavy profit of the land of Cairbre’. Ireland and has arisen independently in other parts of the country, notably in Cos Cork, Kerry and Mayo, including diminutive forms such as Ó Ciaráin, Ó Céirín Ó Ciarmhacháin and Ó Cearáin. For example, in the Annals of Ulster in 1224 we find ‘Mathgamain mac Ceithernaigh h-Ui Ceirín, rí Ciaraidhe Lacha na Nairne, mortuus est’. There is also listed in French records an Ensign Kery in Creagh’s Regiment. Irish names whose anglicised forms coincide with rarer British names, e.
Iffa and Offa Barony 22 householders, in Middlethird 34. Many examples occur on the Hearth Money Rolls also. Examples: Teige O’ Carrane, Clanwilliam, Edmond Carrane, Middlethird etc. Darby plus three other Carys, Soloheadmore etc. There are several Carews, also ‘Papists’, in Cloneen, Toom and Fethard.
Throughout this period and the following centuries, as noted by the Registrar General, R. Matheson in his report of 1901, surnames in Ireland had become altered in form by regional dialects and pronunciation, the anomalies of anglicisation and the effects of illiteracy, so as to occur in a bewildering variety of forms, even within the same families. Carey households in Ireland of 1,308. 118, of which 59 were in Munster, 36 Leinster, 13 Connacht and 10 Ulster.
Mormon International Genealogical Index in Somerset: Walter Carye, Ansford, 1555, Richard Cary, Pilton, 1559, Jone Carye, Evercreech, 1576. The Devonshire Cary family of Cockington and the Manor of Clovelly recorded their eponymous ancestor in the 1564 ‘Visitation of Devon’ as ‘John Cary of Cary’. John Cari, St Just, 1550, Ede Cary, St Just, 1556, Edvardus Careye, St. Careys of Guernsey in the Channel Islands, Norman French or Breton. In respect of the arrival of Irish immigrant Careys, the Mormon International Genealogical Index record of the parish registers of Lincolnshire reveals many Irish surnames from the late 16th and early 17th centuries. 1566, Murphy 1627, O’Neale 1612, etc.
50 out of 75 Patrick Careys listed in England in the 1871 Census of England were born in Ireland. Wales shows 790 and 800 Careys, respectively, of Irish birth as living in England and Wales. In a nutshell, in 1891 Lancashire had more than twice the number of Careys than Somerset. Midlands and the North of England, as well, of course, as the London area. Carey appears in French archives: Claude Carey, b.
Jehan Carey, Cher, Centre France, c. Carrey, for example the Carrey family of Claville, Eure, Normandy for which Carey appears as a variant during the 17th century. On the register at Houetteville in Eure is a ‘Barbe Carré’, mother in April 1671, and recorded as ‘Barbe Carey’ when she died in November of that year. There is a registration of a ‘Carey de Cortiamble’ family tree in 1729. The Irish origin of the Bellemare Carreys is certainly mythical.
The Guernsey Carey name likely evolved from one of the de Carrey lines of mainland Normandy. The Manoir de Carrey near Lisieux, Calvados, Normandy, has been cited by members of the Guernsey Carey family as their own origin. 1370, Jean Careye shown as a tenant within the Roll of Tenants of the Abbey and Priory of St Martins. The College of Arms issued a confirmation of Arms on 11 November 1915.
Although the arms are almost identical to those of Cary of Devon, there is no known connection between the two. In the 1871 Census, ten Careys are registered as born in Guernsey and three in Jersey. 1881 Census has eight Irish-born Careys resident in Guernsey. In the 21st century, by far the largest population of Careys is found in the USA, with 54, 924 individuals. 20,000 Celtic and other names, now or formerly in use in Cornwall: ». Carey : Généalogie Carey, Origine du nom Carey, Nom de famille Carey ». Archived 2 April 2010 at the Wayback Machine.
The topographical poems of John O’Dubhagain and Giolla na naomh O’Huidhrin. Edited in the original Irish, From MSS. Annala Uladh: Annals of Ulster otherwise Annala Senait, Annals of Senat ». Ireland Before the Normans’, Dublin 1972.