'Caryll1'Index links to: Lead / Letter
Families covered: Caryll of Bentons, Caryll of Harting, Carell of Tangley, Carrell of Warnham

Visitation (Sussex) and Visitation (Surrey) both spell the family name 'Carrell' or 'Carel'. The Wonersh Church site mentioned below spells it as 'Carill'. However, it appears that the name is best known with the spelling Caryll which we adopt for the page title.
Sir Edward Carell or Carrell of Harting father of Cecily, presumed also of ...
1. Sir John Carrell of Harting, Sussex (bpt 28.08.1583) the first mentioned by Visitation
  m. Mary Dormer (dau of Robert Dormer, 1st Lord)
A. John Carell or Caryll of West Harting (bpt 31.07.1603, d 15.08.1681)
  m. Katherine (not Mary) Petre (d 02.02.1682, dau of William Petre, 2nd Lord)
  i. John Caryll of West Harting, '1st Lord Caryll of Durford' (bpt 02.11.1626, dsp 04.09.1711)
  John was created a Baron by James Stuart, 'the Old Pretender', in exile. The title was not formally recognised.
  m. Margaret Drummond (d 1656, dau/coheir of Sir Maurice Drummond)
ii. Richard Caryll of West Grinstead (b 1635, d 1701, 3rd son)
  The following came from Wikipedia.
  m. Johanna (not Frances?) Bedingfield (d 1704, dau of Sir Henry Bedingfield)
  a. John Caryll, '2nd Lord of Durford' (b 09.12.1667, d 04.1736)
  m. (1686) Elizabeth Harrington (dau of John Harrrington of Orle Place)
  (1) ?? Caryll (dvp)
  (A) John Baptist Caryll, '3rd Lord of Durford' (d 07.03.1788, Secretary of State to the Young Pretender)
  (2)+ other issue - son (had issue), 2 sons (dsp), 6 daughters (5 of whom were nuns)
  iii.+ other issue - Peter (b c1631, d before 1701), Elizabeth, Mary
  B. Anne or Elizabeth Carell or Caryll (bur 21.03.1658)
  m. Sir Charles Smyth, later 1st Viscount Carrington (b c1598, d 21.02.1644)
  C. Mary Carell or Caryll
  m. (Sir John) Webb (son of Sir John)
2. Cecily Carell or Caryll (bpt 04.01.1572)
  m. Sir John Morley of Halfnaked (b c1573, d 21.11.1622)
3. Anna Caryll probably of this generation
  m. Sir William Ford of Harting



The Wonersh Church site suggests that the following John was "member of an old catholic family whose main seat was at Harting." We hope in due course to find the connection of the following branch with the above famiy.
John Carrell 'of Warnham' (Sergeant at law)
m. Jane Read (dau/coheir of Sir Robert Read or Reade, Chief Justice)
1. John Carrell of Warnham possibly father of ...
  A. Sir John Carrell of Warnham probably of this generation
  i. Elizabeth Carrell dau of Sir John
  m. Sir Garrett Kempe of Slyndon or Slindon (b c1576)
  ii. Margaret Carrell or Caryll dau of Sir John
  m. Sir Philip Howard, younger of Naworth Castle (b 06.12.1581, dvp)
B. Bridget Carrell probably of this generation
  m1. William Molyneux, younger of Sefton (dvp 1567)
  m2. Sir Richard Radclyffe of Newcroft (b c1540, d 13.01.1602)
2. Richard Carell of London (d 1576)
  m. Clemence Bartlett (dau of Edmond (sb Edward) Bartlett of Ernley)
  A. John Carell of Tangley, Surrey (bpt 1543, d 1612)
  m. (1571) Lettice Lane (dau/heir of Thomas Lane of Gloucestershire)
  i. Simon Carell or Carill or Caryll of Tangley (b 1572, d 30.04.1619)
m. (1607) Elizabeth Aungier (bur 25.10.1650, dau of Francis Aungier or Anger, Lord of Longford, m2. Richard Barne, m3. John Machell)
  a. John Carill or Caryll of Tangley (b c1614, d 30.05.1655)
  m. (before 1637) Hester Stynt (d 1675, dau of John Stynt, alderman of London, m2. Francis Duncombe)
  (1) John Carill or Caryll (d 05.02.1639)
  (2) Lettice Carill or Caryll
  m. John Ramsden of Wonersh
  (3) Elizabeth Carill or Caryll
  m. (1674) Peter Fermor
(4) Margaret Carill or Caryll
  m. Henry Ludlow
  b.+ other issue (a 1619) - Simon (b c1619), Anne (b c1611), Lettice (b c1614), Elizabeth (b c1616), Frances (b c1618)
  ii. Judith Carrell
  m. George Duncombe of Albery Weston & Shalford (d 21.03.1646)
  iii. Martha Carrell
  m. Robert Nichollson of Surrey
  iv.+ other issue - Paul, John, William, Raffe, 2 others?
  B. Blaze Carrell of Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey (a 1623, 4th son)
  m. Mary Dancer (d 08.1630, dau of Thomas Dancer of London)
  i. John Carrell (b c1604, a 1623)
  ii. Anne Carrell
  m. Mark Snelling of Kingston-upon-Thames
  iii. Alice Carrell
  m. Francis West of London (grocer)
  iv. Mary Carrell
  m. James Elwin of London (linen draper)
  C. Robert Carrell
  m. _ Maplesden
  i. Thomas Carrell (chaplain)
  D. Richard Carrell
  m. Elizabeth Scoffeld (dau of Alexander Scoffeld of London, son of James of Scoffeld Hall, Lancashire)
  i. Thomas Carrell of London (2nd son?)
  m. Sara Basse (dau of Humphrey Basse of London)
  ii. Barbara Carrell
  m. Christopher Masters of the Pipe Office
iii.+ other issue - Richard of the Pipe Office (a 1623), Mary (dsp)
  E. William Carell
  i.+ 3 sons
  F. Elizabeth Carell
  m. George Sotherton of London
  G. Catherine Carell
  m. Stephen Theobald or Tyball of Scale (Seale)
  H. Clemence Carell
  m. William Cheney of Sussex
  I. Frances Carell
  m. Edward Hopkinson of Lincolnshire
  J.+ other issue (dsp) - Thomas, Henry of London
3. Bridget or Griselda Carrell
  m. Sir Thomas Palmer of Parham



Probably also connected to the Carylls of Harting was the branch at Bentons in the parish of Shipley. It appears that a Nicholas Caryll settled at Bentons in the middle of the 15th century.
Sir Edward Caryll of Bentons in Shipley, West Sussex identified on a web site as father of ...
1. Sir Thomas Caryll of Bentons
  m. Mary Tufton (dau of Sir John Tufton, Bart of Hothfield)
  A. Mary Caryll (bpt 12.08.1596, d before 21.06.1639)
  m1. Sir Richard Molyneux, 1st Viscount Molyneux of Maryborough (bpt 21.02.1593/4, d 08.05.1636)
  m2. Raphael Tarterau
  B. Philippa Carell (bpt 05.10.1600, d c1660, 2nd/youngest dau)
  m. (c1619) Sir Henry Parker, Lord Morley and Monteagle (b c1620, d 10.05.1655)

Main source(s):
(1) For upper section : Visitation (Sussex, 1633-4, Carell), Visitation (Sussx, 1662, Carrell of Goodwood), TCP (Caryll of Durford)
(2) For middle section : Visitation (Surrey, 1530+1572+1623, Carrell) with some support from www.wonershchurch.com
(3) For lower section : cross-references elsewhere in the database
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