William Giles Harding Carter was a careful researcher in a time when many records were notgenerally available.In his book "Giles Carter of Virginia"If you actually read the book you will find that he did NOT state that Giles Carter's ancestor came to Va. on the supply in 1620 or that the Giles Carter who married Elizabeth Tracey was Giles of Henrico's ancestor.He started his genealogy with Giles of Henrico and just presented the other information that he found for others to decide what it meant.He also didn't state that Hannah was James Crews daughter...just that the generosity of the will made that a possibility.Overall it is an excellent book.He did make a few assumptions that are generally true but not 100%.One was that the given names of Giles and Theodorick are unique to the family of Giles of Henrico.While generally true there are exceptions...the Carter family of King George had sons named Giles not related to Giles of Henrico,Robert Carter not related to Giles of Henrico had a grandson Giles.The name Theodorick also although less common doesoccur in several different Carter familieswe have Carter descendants with different dna haplo groups with ancestors named Theodorick. Giles Carter arriving in the ship "Supply" in 1620 was Not the same Giles Carter who married Elizabeth Tracey.WGHC had found the visitation of Gloustershire taken in 1623 and saw that Giles Carter had married Elizabeth Tracey and thought that the marriage was around 1623....that possibly Giles had met the Tracey's on the voyage to Vareturned after the Indian Massacre in 1622 then Married Elizabeth Tracey This is not what happened.The Visitation only indicated that they had married actually it was much earlier around 1607.There is proof that the Giles Carter of the Supply was not the Giles Carter that married Elizabeth Tracey.In the Records of the Virginia company.There is a photo of the original document in the front of the book.Here is a transcript: RECORDS OF THE VIRGINIA COMPANY CLIV. SIR George Yeardley. Certificate to the Council and Company of Virginia of the arrival of Planters at Barklay January 29, 1620/21 Smyth of Nibley Papers, Smith 34 Document in New York Public Library. Autograph signed of "George Yeardley" and "Jo: Pory, Secr.," Seal and Stamp (Double Rose). List of Records No.228 [SEAL] These are to certifie the right Honble Right worshipfull, and others of the Counsell and Comany for this first Southern Colony of Virginia, that there arrived at Barklay in the same country, for the account of that Society, and the Plantation fothe said hundred, upon the 29th of January 1620, these fifty persons underwritten. Vist. Baily, John, died by 03 Sep 1620 (Bayly) Baker, Robert, died by 03 Sept 1620 Baugh, Thomas (at Virginia for 1624/25 muster 8a) alive 03 Sep 1620 Broadway, Giles, slain by 03 Sep 1620, Alexander listed alive Camme, Nicolas gent, returned to Englnad in "same ship" 1621 (Came) Carter, Giles, died in England Coopy, Joane, died by 03 Sept 1620 It is a list of persons arriving Va. on the Supply in 1620/21.Marginal notes beside the names tell who died in the Indian Massacre of 1622, who backed out and never made the voyage, and those who returned to England afterwards.This list was among the John Smyth of Nibley papers.He was the secretary of the Va. Company and likely made these notes within a year or so of the event while the information was still relevantand known.Beside the name Giles Carter is the note died in England.John Smyth of Nibley died in the 1640's while the Giles Carter who married Elizabeth died in the 1660's without heirs.So we have a different Giles Carter on the Supply that the one marrying Elizabeth Tracey.Isn't it unlikely that a well to do Giles Carter in Gloucestershire who had been married to Elizabeth Tracey for 13 or so years would leave his wife and travel to Virginia as an indentured servantfor the 50 acres of land he would receive in Va.?