I have HENRY CARSLEY b. about 1601 in England.Henry Carsley arrived in Virginia aboard the "Providence" in 1623.He was 23 years of age and living in Elizabeth City (now Newport News), Virginia when the muster of 1624/25 was taken.
Another Reference:"Cavaliers and Pioneers, Abstracts of Virginia Land Patents and Grants 1623-1666:, by Nell M. Nugent, Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., Baltimore, MD, 1963. p. 30 Willliam Berriman 150 acs Accomacke Co., 6 Aug. 1635, p.270 In the old plantation Cr. (creek?) bounding upon land of Henry Careleys (CARSLEY??) called by the name of fishing poynt neck, N.W. by N.S. joyning on a running spring, E. by N. into the woods and S.W. upon the creek parting Henry Bagnells land and sd. neck, 50 acs for his per. adv. and 100 acs. for trans. of 2 servts. called John Causey and Edward Prince.
Henry married ELIZABETH BERRIMAN/BERRYMAN daughter of WILLIAM BERRIMAN/BARRYMAN AND ALICE UNKNOWN.
Generation 2 Henry and Elizabeth had FRANCES CARSLEY, b. about 1633 in VA.Frances married JEFFREY MINSHALL?MITCHELL I, probably from Devonshire, England. They were married May 8, 1650 in Northampton Co., VA.
Generation 3 Frances and Jeffrey Minshall/Mitchell had ANN CARSLEY MINSHALL/MITCHELL, b. about 1666 in Morumsco, Somerset Co., MD.Ann married JOHN MOORE, SR., b. about 1665.They married on October 25, 1685 in Somerset Co., Maryland.My line after this point continues down through the Moores.
Hope this will help someone.Now I need to see if I can help my husband with his Carsleys in Maine in the 1800s.