2436. William Cary & 2437. Elizabeth Goodale [England]10/3/1550, William baptized at St. Nicholas Parish, Bristol, England, d/o 4872. Richard Cary & 4873. Ann Christian Dennis.
1/14/1572, William married Elizabeth in England.
1584–1587, William married Alice Godwin.
1599, William Sheriff of Bristol.
1611, William Mayor of Bristol.
1614, “John Whitsone alderman …, William Cary late mayor, …, feoffees of church lands of St. Nicholas Garden in Lewens Meade [in Bristol], rent from which to be distributed.” (S) UK National Archives.
1623, Elizabeth died in Bristol.
William married his servant by whom he had a son.
3/1/1632, William, “the elder, of the city of Bristol, draper”, age 82, wrote his will; died the same day.
(S) The Virginia Carys, 1919, Harrison, P20. (S) NEG&HR, 1895, P401. (S) Some Prominent Virginia Families, Bellet, 1907, P59.
• 1550–1600, there are 109 entries for the name “Goodale” in the UK National Archives database.
Children of William and Elizabeth:
i. William Cary, born 1/1577 in Bristol, England.
10/2/1638, William died; buried at St. Thomas Church, England.
Children: no surviving no sons surviving to adulthood.
ii. Richard Cary, baptized 8/1/1579 at St. Nicholas Church, England.
1606, Richard married Mary Shershaw, d/o Richard of Abergarenny, Monmouthshire.
7/1644, Richard died, buried at St. Nicholas.
1662, Mary died.
Children: 9 daughter and 8 sons, only son, Shershaw Cary, had surviving children.
iii. John Cary ( 1218), baptized 4/10/1583 in Bristol, England.
Children of William and Alice:
iv. Walter Cary, baptized 6/18/1588 at St. Nicholas Church, England.
1606, Walter married Grace Browne in England.
9/28/1633, Walter wrote his will.
1633, Walter died in Bristol.
v. Robert Cary, baptized 11/3/1589 at St. Nicholas Church, England.
1606, Robert married Anne Thomas of Abegavenny.
1628, Robert died.
Children: 4 daughters and 3 sons.
x. James Cary, baptized 4/14/1600 in St. Nicholas Parish, England.
1624, James married Mary Llewellyn in Bristol, England.
1639, James immigrated to the colonies.
11/2/1681, James died at Charlestown, MA. [Date recorded from original tombstone.]