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Re: Carroll/Carrell/Caryl-Benjamin mid 1600s
Posted by: A. Sharp (ID *****7504) Date: April 15, 2004 at 12:12:05
In Reply to: Re: Carroll/Carrell/Caryl-Benjamin mid 1600s by Robert Cotant of 9602

Want to make sure I have this correctly:

Nathaniel who went to Massachusetts Bay Colony was the son of Benjamin Blase Caryl and Elizabeth Barrows.

Benjamin also went to America. He arrived in the Galatea in 1632.

The Benjamin who arrived in 1632 in the Galatea is the same Benjamin (with wife Elizabeth) who was in Virginia and received a patent for 700 acres dated 16 May 1638. [??] That land was escheated after the death of Benjamin Carrole and a new patent issued in 1668. A patent of 500 acres dated 31 May 1636 included rights to 200 acres assigned by Benjamin Carrall to Nathan Martin.

Where might I find a copy of the book to which you refer?


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