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1) (Guernsey, descended from the Carys, or Careys, of Devon). Ar. on a bend sa. three roses of the field. Crests— 1st: A swan ar. wings endorsed; 2nd: A horse’s head and neck bendy of six ar. and sa. armed with a shield plate, and bridled or.
2) (Baily of Guernsey, 1875). Same Arms, a crescent sa. for diff. Crest—A swan rising ppr. Motto—Sine macula.
3) Gu. a chev. betw. three lions’ heads erased or, on a chief per fesse nebulee ar. and az. a pale of the last, charged with a pelican close of the third, vulning her breast of the field. Crest—A wolf pass. reguard. per pale ar. and gu. holding in the mouth a rose branch flowered of the second, leaved and stalked vert.

Origin, Meaning, Family History and Carey Coat of Arms and Family Crest

Meaning, Origin, Etymology
The Carey surname is found in England, Ireland, Scotland, Guernsey and the New World.  The main meaning of Carey is ‘dweller at the castle’. It is thought to be derived from the Manor of Carrey that is near Lisieux, Normandy.  It is of Welsh and Cornish origins that come from the variation of Carew and the Irish variation is an anglicized form of the Gaelic O’Ciardha and it means (Irish) Grandson of the dark-complexioned man.  There is a Castle Carey that is found in Somerset that is a market town and has a civil parish. The castle itself dates back to the Domesday Book where it was listed as Cari and in 1237 was called Castelkary.   It is believed that the castle was built by a Norman knight Walter of Douai (1046-1107) and it was named after the River Cary. It most likely got its name from an ancient castle that belonged to a lord by the name of Carey that was defended against King Stephen by its owner, Lord Lovell.    This surname is derived from a geographical locality. ‘of Carey,’ a great West-country surname. Mr. Lower, quoting Sir Bernard Burke’s Landed Gentry of Great Britain and Ireland, says, ‘Cary: the ancient family of Cary derives its surname from the manor of Cary, or Kari, as it is called in Domesday Book, lying in the parish of St. Giles-on-the-Heath, near Launceston.’  The Norman name Carew, which in fact is often pronounced Carey by the people bearing it. In Ireland the Careys belonged to the Southern Ui Neill and were Lords of Carbury in County Kildare until dispersed by the Anglo-Norman invasion. The O’Kearys, which in Irish is O’Ciardha, always used the angilicized form Carey which was later corrupted to Carr in County Galway. The Careys are now mostly found in the Munster Counties of Cork and Kerry.

Spelling Variations
Carey, Carrie, Carrey, Cary, Carye, Carew, Carr, and  O’Keary

Popularity & Geographic Distribution
The last name Carey ranks 4,513th in popularity worldwide as of the 2014 Census and approximately 125,306 people carry the Carey surname worldwide. The name ranks particularly high in the following six states:  California, New York, Texas, Florida, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts and Illinois. It ranks highest in the following countries: United States (75,809), England (14,006), Australia (8,438), Ireland (7,277), Canada (5,514), Bahamas (2,774).

Early Bearers of Surname
Some of the early bearers of the surname Carey can be found in many medieaval records but here are just a few.   John de Cary, Somerset, 1 Edward III: Kirby’s Quest.; Roger de Cary, Somerset, 1273. Hundred Rolls.; 1545. Henry Carey and Ann Morgan: Marriage Lic (Faculty Office).;  1592. Buried —John Cary: St. James, Clerkenwell.; Roger de Cary, of Somerset, England, who was recorded in the ‘Hundred Rolls’ in the year 1273

Early Marriages of Carey’s
Marriage records of the Carey’s can be found in many of the old records and below you will find just a few for England, Ireland and the New World.  
England
Alice Carey married John Denton on Oct. 5, 1551 in Great Rissington, Gloucester, England
John Carey married Mary Peyton on Dec. 27, 1576 in Little Chesterford, Essex, England
Thomas Carey married Margarett Death on Feb. 4, 1604 in Hillington, Middlesex, England
William Carey married Agnes Jarat on Nov. 26, 1631 in Saint Katherine By The Tower, London, London, England
Joane Carey married Andrew Earle on Nov. 30, 1638 in Milton (Near Canterbury), Kent, England
Mathew Carey married Izabell Hueth on Dec. 10, 1640 in Saint Dunstan, Stepney, London, England
Nicholas Carey married Dorithy Ellis on Apr. 6, 1640 in Saint Olave Hart Street, London, London, England
Ireland
Robert Carey married Anne Baker on Jul. 4, 1661 in Derry Cathedral, Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
James Carey married Hargyarn on Sep. 17, 1685 in Saint Catherine, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Jeane Carey married Olliver Meeke on Nov. 30, 1686 in Derry Cathedral, Templemore, Londonderry, Ireland
Peter Carey married Penelopy Minchin on May 16, 1747 in Saint Peter and Saint Kevin, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
Elizabeth Carey married William Streep on Jul. 30, 1753 in Kill St Nicholas, Waterford, Ireland
Margrett Carey married James Carrol on Oct. 30, 1760 in Cathedral St. Mary, Limerick, Limerick, Ireland
New World
Edwin Carey married Katherine Ferrill on Dec. 10, 1680 in Somerset County, Maryland
Mehitable Carey married Elisha Adams on Dec. 18, 1689 in Bristol, Rhode Island
Thomas Carey married Elizabeth Hinds on Jan. 8, 1694 in Elizabeth City County, Virginia
Mary Carey married John Jacobs on Nov. 8, 1680 in Richmond, Virginia
Mathew Carey married Mary Sylvester on Aug. 1, 1693 in Bristol, Rhode Island

History, Genealogy & Ancestry
THE CAREY, O’CAREY OR CAREW FAMILY.
The Carey family is descended from Milesius, King of Spain, through the line of his son Heremon.  The founder of the family was Duach, seventh in degree from Fiachra, son of Eocha Moy Veagon, King of Ireland, A.D. 350.  The ancient name was Kearaighs and signifies “Wandering”. The heads of the sept were styled Lords of Carbry, and their possessions were in the present Counties of Antrim and Kildare.  The O’Careys were Chiefs of Cairbre O’Ciardha, now the barony of Carbery, in the County Kildare. The name Carey or Keary is also common in the counties of Meath and Westmeath at the present day.  Formerly the name was prominient among the clans of Mayo and Sligo. The Careys were a warlike sept. For nearly two hundred years, from the end of the tenth until near the end of the eleventh century, nearly every chieftain of the sept fell in battle or died a violent death.  After the Anglo-Norman invasion they were among the foremost in resisting the foreigner. In the year 1200 the Monastery of Conard was burned by one of the O’Carey chieftains in order to destroy the English who were in it, for, as the annalist naively remarks, not that he wished to commit sacrilege, but to wreat his vengeance on the English.   In modern days this name has been honorably conspicuous. Boswell the biographer of Dr. Johnson, in his “Account of Corsica,” relates the following ancedote of an officer of this name which is worthy of the days of Sparta: “During the last war in Italy, at the siege of Tortona, the commander of the army which lay before the town ordered Carew, an Irish officer in the service of Naples, to advance with a detachment to a particular post.  Having given his orders, he whispered to Carew: ‘Sir, I know you a gallant man. I have, therefore, put you upon this duty. I tell you in confidence, it is certain death to you all. I place you there to make the enemy spring a mine below you.’ Carew mad a bow to the General, and led on his men in silence to the dreadful post. He then stood with an undauted contenance, and having called to one soldiers for a draught of wine, ‘Here’. said he., ‘I drink to all those who bravely fall in battle’.  Fortunately, at that instant Tortona capitulated, and Carew escaped. But he had thus a full opportunity of displaying a rare instance of intrepidity. It is with pleasure that I record an ancedote so much to honor of a gentleman of that nation, on which illiberal reflections are too often thrown by those of whom it little deserves them. Whatever may be the rough jokes of wealthy insolence or the envisions sarcasms of needy jealousy, the Irish have ever been, and will continue to be, highly regarded upon the Continent.”  Dr. John Cary, born in Ireland in 1756, was one of the most eminent classical scholars of his time. He edited over fifty volumes of the ancient classics, and left many valuable works of his own. The name of his brother, Mathew Carey, is well known as that of the first American writer on political economy. Having been compelled to fly to Paris, in consequence of a pamphlet which he wrote in his eighteenth year on the wrongs endured by the Irish Catholics, he made the acquaintance of Benjamin Franklin in that city, and he subsequently removed to the United States and settled in Philadelphia.  Lafayette, whom he had known in France, advanced him money with which he established the “Pennsylvania Herald”. He subsequently accumulated a large fortune as publisher. Being an ardent advocate of the doctrine of protection to native industries and manufactures, he wrote fifty-nine works on the question, which still remain, and will always be the great storehouse of argument on the subject. He wrote much also on questions concerning trade, emigration, banking, wages, public schools, benevolent societies, and the public health. His Vindiche Hibernue, an examination and refutation of the charges made by English writers concerning the Irish insurrection of 1641-42, is one of the ablest works on the events of that period. Allibone says of him: ” The citizens of the United States will ever owe a debt of gratitude for his invaluable labors as a citizen, a politician and a philanthropist,” Henry C. Carey, his son, the eminent political economist, inherited his father’s ability, and added dignity to the name. William Paulett Carey, brother of John and Mathew Carey, resided in England, where he was widely known as an eloquent advocate of art, artists, and political reform, and an able contributor to the periodicals of the day. The Two American poetesses, Alice and Phoebe Carey, were descended from the same Irish family. Another worthy descendant of this family is Mr. Edward L. Carey of New York.

CAREY, Sir Victor Gosselin, Kt. Bach. (1945) ; educ. Elizabeth Coll. Guernsey, Marlborough, and Caen Univ. (hon. LL.D. 1938); Advocate of Royal Court, Guernsey, 1898 ; Receiver-Gen. For Guernsey 1912-35 ; Bailiff of Guernsey 1935-46 ; Prov. G.M. of Prov. Grand Lodge of Freemasons of Guernsey and Alderney 1927 K.G.St.J. ; b. 2 July, 1871, son of Major-Gen. de Vic Francis Carey of Le Vallon, Guernsey, to. 22 March, 1899, Adelaide Eleanor (d. 20 Nov. 1936), dau. of late Julius Jeffreys, F.R.S., of Richmond, Surrey, and has issue : 1. Victor Michael Graham de Vic, Barrister-at-law, Advocate of Royal Court, Guernsey ; 2. Lawrence Francis de Vic, Lt.-Col. R.E. Address—Le Vallon, Guernsey. Clubs-—Savile ; Royal Channel Islands Yacht (Vice-Cdre.).

CAREY OF CAREYSVILLE
Carey, Edward, Esq., of Careysville, County, Cork married Sept. 1, 1826 to Elizabeth-Margaret the daughter of William Cooke-Collis, Esq., of Castle Cooke, County, Cork, and has issue.
Lineage ~ Peter Carey (stated to have been of the family of Carey, County, Devon) went to Ireland and married Sarah Graham, by who he was father of Peter Carey, of Ballymac Patrick, alias Careysville, who married Elizabeth Greene and had, besides three daughters (Elizabeth married to Power; Anna married to Lane; and Katherine married to Fenton), and fours sons, who died without issue, Peter, Thomas, Roger and George, and another son, John Carey of Careysville who married in 1737 Anna the daughter of Thomas Maunsell, Esq., and had issue Peter, of whom presently; John married a daughter of Yielding, Esq.;  Richard married a daughter of Ball; Langor died without issue; Anna married to Croly; and Eliza married to Power, The eldest son, Peter Carey of Careysville married Anna the daughter of Hugh Lawton, Esq. of Castle June, County, Cork and had (besides two daughters; Jane married to William Collis, Esq. or Richmond, County, Waterford; and Anna married to the Rev. Alexander Grant) a son, Peter Carey, Esq. of Careysville who married 1st Elizabeth the daughter of John Kelly, Esq. of County, Waterford; and 2nd to Sarah Moore. By Elizabeth he had issue, Peter married Anne Clarke; Richard in holy orders, M.A., prebendary of Liesmore and died in 1829, leaving by Elizabeth Labarte his wife, a son, the Rev. Robert Carey, prebendary of Lismore; Langor married Margaret Hunter; Edward now of Careysville, by his father’s will; and Sarah.

CAREY OF ROZEL
Carey, Thomas, Esq., of Rozel, Guernsey, born October 31, 1780 married 1st March 7, 1803 to Mary the daughter of John Le Mesurier, Esq., governor of the island of Alderney, and by her (who died in 1815) had issue,  1) Albert married 1st Leonora the daughter of Col. Cardew, royal engineers; and 2nd to Frances-Elizabeth-Henrietta, the eldest daughter of John Brenton, Esq. son of Judge Brenton of Halifax, Nova Scotia; by the former has issue a son, Falkland.  2) Edward married Margaret the daughter of Thomas Maingay, Esq. of Guernsey, and has issue. 3) Robert Gledstanes married Emma the daugther of the Rev. Thomas Brock, rector of St. Peter’s in-the-wood, Guernacy, and has issue. 4) Harriet Dobree married to Col. White of the 70th regiment  5) Amelia married to Ernest le Pelley, Lord of the Island of Sark. He married 2nd to Barbara the daughter of Colonel Jackson, of Enniscoe, County, Mayo, M.P., and by her had issue. 1) George-Jackson late major Cape Mounted Rifles, now Col. 18th Irish married Feb. 9, 1861, to Olivia Hester the only daughter of William Gordon Thompson, Esq. of Clifton Gardens, Hyde Park.  2) Adolphne-Frederic, M.A., vicar of Brixham, Devon; married Sept. 10, 1846, Harriet-Mary (a distinguished poet and writer), the daughter of Admiral Sir Jableel Brenton, Bart., and has issue; Jableel-Brenton born July 18, 1847; Reginald Orme Brenton born Dec. 22, 1848; Cranstoun-Adolphus-Brenton born June 3, 1852; Leopold-Hunsdon-Brenton born Jan. 17, 1858; Sydney-Pelham-DeBurgh-Brenton born Dec. 11, 1859; and three daughters; Ella-Constance-Josephine-Brenton; Blanche-Louise-Mary-Boleyn-Brenton; and Victoria.  3) Thomas-Augustus, Lieut-Col. Bengal Army 4) John-James.
Lineage ~  The Careys of Guernary have for centuries held a distinguished position in that island, and filled its chief local offices.  Their late representative, Isaac Carey, Esq. of Hauteville, Guernesey, son of Thomas Carey, Esq. of that island married Margaret the daughter of Elisha Tupper, Esq. of Gurensey, and had issue, 1)  Thomas now of Rozel 2) John of Castle Carey, Gurensey, born April 18, 1786 married Mary 8, 1819 to Matilda the daughter of Carteret Priauix, Esq., and has issue, Carteret-Priauix, Frederick-Augustus, Osmond, La Marchant John, and Elizabeth-Dobree.  3) Tupper of Summerland, Guernsey married Anne the daughter of John Le Mesurier, Esq., and has issue Tupper, Charles and Augusta. 4) De Vic of Le Vallon, Guernsey married Fanny the daughter of Thomas Priauix, Esq., and has issue. 5) Frederick-Charles  6) Haviliand married Augusta the daughter of Thomas Godrey Dobree, Esq. and has issue. 7) Adolphus married Fanny the daughter of Robert Walters, Esq., M.D. and died leaving a daughter Fanny. 8) Henrietta-Tupper married to her cousin John Carey, Esq. M.D.  9) Maria married to the Rev. John-Tupper Connell.

Mottoes
There were only two mottoes found for the surname of Carey;   Comme je trouve. As I find.  And In utroque fidelis. Faithful in either case.

Grantees
CAREY. Massachusetts. John Carey, Duxbury, 1637. (Bristol.) Argent, on a bend engrailed sable, three roses of the field, in the sinister chief an anchor of the second. CREST—A swan ppr. wings erect, on the breast a rose sable.
CARY„ John, of London, merchant, confirmed 25 Sept. 1699, by T. St. George, Gart., and kinsman to CARY„ John, of Bristol, merchant, and Richard, his brother, confirmed 25 Sept. 1699, by H. St. George, Clar. Harl. MS. 14,831, fo. 85, and Grants ( IV., fo. 326. See pedigree 3 D. 14 [Her. Coll.].
CAREY, William, Bp.’of Exeter, co. Devon, 182 . ., Vol. XXXII, fols. 174, 175. „ (Arthur), of De Vere Gardens, London, 1892, Vol. LXVI, fol. 277.

Notables
Some of the notable people that carry the Carey surname are:  Carey, Baily of Guernsey; Henry Carey (circa 1524-1596), 1st Baron Hunsdon, an English army officer, diplomat, and politician, and a nephew of Anne Boleyn; Henry Carey, 1st Viscount Falkland (c. 1575-1633), an English landowner and politician, Lord Deputy of Ireland (1622-1629); Paul Carey (1928-2016), American broadcaster and sportscaster, inducted into the Michigan Sports Hall of Fame; Henry Charles Carey (1793-1879), American was an economist and publisher, born in Philadelphia; he published several influential volumes on American economic policy; Ron Carey (1935-2007), American film and television actor and a member of Mel Brooks’ comedy troupe; Drew Carey (b. 1958), American comedian, actor, photographer, and game show host; Mathew Carey (1760-1839), Irish-born, American journalist and publisher; Mariah Carey (b. 1970), award winning American singer/songwriter; Clare Carey (b. 1967), American film and television actress; Lieutenant Colonel Duane Gene “Digger” Carey (b. 1957), American engineer and former NASA astronaut pilot on STS-109 in 2002; Technical Sergeant Charles F. Carey Jr. (d. 1945), United States Army soldier and a recipient of the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1945; Staff Sergeant Alvin P. Carey (1916-1944), American Army soldier awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor in 1944

American Revolution Veterans
Arch Carey, Virginia, Rank of Private
Arthur Carey, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
Benjamin Carey, Virginia, Rank of Captain
Caleb Carey, Rhode Island, Rank of Private
Ephraim Carey, New Jersey, Rank of Private
Ezekiel Carey, New Jersey, Rank of Corporal
Gideon Carey, Rhode Island, Rank of 2nd Lieutenant
Henry Carey, New Jersey, Rank of Private
Isaac Carey, New Hampshire, Rank of Private
John Carey, New York, Rank of Private
John Carey, Pennsylvania, Rank of Corporal
Joshua Carey, Massachusetts, Rank of Private
Lemul Carey, Vermont, Rank of Captain
Lewis Carey, New Jersey, Rank of Matross
Nathan Carey, Connecticut, Rank of Private
Obed Carey, Virginia, Rank of Sergeant
Oliver Carey, Rhode Island, Rank of Private
Parris Carey, Rhode Island, Rank of Private
Peter Carey, Massachusetts, Rank of Private
Richard Carey, Pennsylvania, Rank of Private
Robert Carey, New York, Rank of Corporal
Silas Carey, Massachusetts, Rank of Private
Walter Carey, Connecticut, Rank of Private
Zenos Carey, Massachusetts, Rank of Corporal

Civil War Veterans
Abel O. Carey, 25th Regiment, Missouri Infantry, Union, Missouri
Abraham Carey, 37th Regiment, Iowa Infantry, Union, Iowa
Absalom Carey, 103rd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Adolphus A. Carey, Unnassigned Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Aguilla R. Carey, 102nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Alasco Carey, 12th Regiment, Maine Infantry Union, Maine
Albert Carey, 8th Regiment,  Kansas Infantry, Union, Kansas
Alex Carey, Mosby’s Regiment, Virginia Cavalry (Partisan Rangers), Confederate, Virginia
Alexander Carey, 7th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry, Union, Tennessee
Alfred Carey, 30th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry Militia (Emergency, 1863), Union, Pennsylvania
Allan H. Carey, 45th Regiment, North Carolina Infantry, Confederate, North Carolina
Alpheus A. Carey, 3rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Alvin L. Carey, 8th Regiment, Maine Infantry, Union, Maine
Ames Carey, 102nd Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Anderson Carey, Dennison Guards Independent Company, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Andrew Carey, 28th Regiment, Connecticut Infantry, Union, Connecticut
Anson Carey, 6th Regiment, Michigan Cavalry, Union, Michigan
Anthony Carey, 41st Regiment, Missouri Infantry, Union, Missouri
Archibald Carey 52nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Artillo Carey, 90th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Augustus Carey, 149th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Baltese Carey, 5th Regiment, United States Colored Heavy Artillery, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Barney I. Carey, 7th Regiment, Michigan Infantry, Union, Michigan
Bateman D. Carey, 198th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Bayley A. Carey, 2nd Regiment, Minnesota Infnatry, Union, Minnesota
Benjamin Carey, 1st Regiment, Illinois Light Artillery, Union, Illinois
Brainard D. Carey, 3rd Regiment, Kentucky Mounted Infantry, Confederate, Kentucky
Bryan Carey, 1st Regiment, Louisiana Cavalry, Union, Louisiana
Byron Carey, 10th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery, Union, New York
Caleb Carey, 41st Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Calvin Carey, 6th Regiment, California Infantry, Union, California
Cephus Carey, 99th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Charles Carey, 10th Regiment, Missouri Infantry, Union, Missouri
Chas. P. Carey, 5th Regiment, Georgia Cavalry, Confederate, Georgia
Chesterfield Carey, 52nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Christian Carey, 5th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry (65th Volunteers), Union, Pennsylvania
Christopher Carey, 5th Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry (65th Volunteers), Union, Pennsylvania
Clarkson Carey, 99th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Clay Carey, 43rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Cornelius Carey 18th Regiment, Consolidated and Yellow Jacket Battalion, Louisiana Infantry, Confederate, Louisiana
Cyrus Carey, 22nd Regiment, Illinois Infantry, Union, Illinois
Dan Carey, 26th Regiment, Texas Cavalry (Debray’s) (Davis’ Mounted Battalion), Confederate, Texas
David Carey, 1st Battalion, Massachusetts Heavy Artillery, Union, Massachusetts
Dennis Carey, 15th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Confederate, Tennessee
Dudley Carey, 46th Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Union, Wisconsin
Ebenezer W. Carey, 1st Regiment, Georgia Infantry (Local Troops)(Augusta), Confederate, Georgia
Edward Carey, 1st Regiment, Connecticut Infantry, Union, Connecticut
Egbert Carey, 99th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Elias Carey, 25th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Elisha Carey, 10th Regiment, Missouri Cavalry, Confederate, Missouri
Emory Carey, 57th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Ephraim C. Carey, 34th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, Union, Massachusetts
Eugene Carey, 20th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery, Union, New York
Ezra S. Carey, 1st Regiment, Michigan Light Artillery, Union, Michigan
Felix Carey, 7th Regiment, Tennessee Cavalry, Union, Tennessee
Francis Carey, 9th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, Union, Massachusetts
Franklin Carey, 7th Regiment, Mississippi Infantry, Confederate, Mississippi
Frederick H. Carey, 184th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Gamaliel W. Carey, 148th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
George Carey, 2nd Regiment, Nebraska Cavalry, Union, Nebraska Territory
Gilman Carey, 5th Regiment, New Hampshire Infantry, Union, New Hampshire
Green Carey, 62nd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Gustavus N. Carey, 30th Regiment, Main Infantry, Union, Maine
Guy Carey, 16th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Harlan P. Carey, 1st Regiment, Michigan Light Artillery, Union, Michigan
Henry Carey, 4th Battery, Maryland Artillery, Confederate, Maryland
Hiram Foster Carey, 1st Regiment, Rhode Island Cavalry, Union, Rhode Island
Horace W. Carey, 2nd Regiment, New Jersey Infantry, Union, New Jersey
Hubbard G. Carey, 136th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Hugh Carey, Stanley Guards, Company B, Louisiana Militia, Confederate, Louisiana
Hunston Carey, 18th Regiment, Arkansas Infantry (Marmaduke’s), Confederate, Arkansas
Ira Carey, 4th Regiment, Vermont Infantry, Union, Vermont
Isaac Carey, 16th Regiment, New York Heavy Artillery, Union, New York
Jabez W. Carey, 40th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry, Union, New Jersey
Jack Carey, 40th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry (Walker’s)(5th Confederate Infantry), Confederate, Tennessee
Jackson Carey, Wood’s Regiment, Missouri Cavalry, Confederate, Missouri
Jacob Carey, 1st Regiment, Ohio Cavalry, Union, Ohio
James Carey, 28th Battalion, Georgia Siege Artillery, Confederate, Georgia
Jason P. Carey, 10th Regiment, Maryland Infantry (6 months, 1863-1864), Union, Maryland
Jasper Carey, 9th Regiment, Illinois Infantry (3 months, 1861), Union, Illinois
Jeremiah Carey, 6th Independent Battery, Massachusetts Light Artillery, Union, Massachusetts
Jerome H. Carey, 194th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Jesse Carey, 117th Regiment, Indiana Infantry (6 months, 1863-4), Union, Indiana
Jobe A. Carey, 6th Regiment, Georgia Infantry (State Guards), Confederate, Georgia
John Carey, 5th Regiment, California Infantry, Union, California
John Carey, 57th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Joseph Carey, 6th Regiment, Alabama Infantry, Confederate, Alabama
Joshua Carey, 97th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Josiah M. Carey, 13th Regiment, Vermont Infantry, Union, Vermont
Julius M. Carey, 22nd Regiment, Wisconsin Infantry, Union, Wisconsin
Justice Carey, 149th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry     Union, Pennsylvania
Kirman A. Carey, 13th Independent Battery, New York Light Artillery, Union, New York
Lamar Carey, 25th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Lawrence Carey, 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Lawson Carey, 34th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Leander G. Carey, 12th Regiment, Rhode Island Infantry, Union, Rhode Island
Lemuel Carey, 20th Regiment, Tennessee Infantry, Confederate,     Tennessee
Levi Carey, 2nd Regiment, Iowa Cavalry, Union, Iowa
Lewis Carey, 36th Regiment, Virginia Infantry (2nd Kanawha Infantry), Confederate, Virginia
Liness Carey, 8th Regiment, California Infantry, Union, California
Littleton Carey, 19th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Lockwood Carey, 57th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, Union, Massachusetts
Lorenzo B. Carey, 44th Regiment, Iowa Infantry (100 days, 1864), Union, Iowa
Louis Carey, 4th Regiment, United States Colored Cavalry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Lucius J. Carey, 149th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Luke Carey, 1st Regiment, Kansas Infantry, Union, Kansas
Luther Carey, 4th Regiment, Vermont Infantry, Union, Vermont
Lyman E. Carey, 58th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Lyon E. Carey, 3rd Regiment, Kentucky Cavalry, Union, Kentucky
Malory Carey, 19th Regiment, Kentucky Infantry, Union, Kentucky
Manuel Carey, 44th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Marion Carey, 28th Regiment, Georgia Infantry, Confederate, Georgia
Martin Carey, 5th Regiment, Maine Infantry, Union, Maine
Mathew F. Carey, 11th Regiment, Missouri Infantry, Confederate, Missouri
Maurice Carey, 2nd Regiment, US Dragoons (Regular Army), Union, Union Regular Army
Merritt C. Carey, 56th Regiment, New York Infantry National Guard (100 days, 1864), Union, New York
Micha Carey, 7th Regiment, Connecticut Infantry, Union, Connecticut
Michael Carey, 20th Regiment, Maine Infantry, Union, Maine
Miles H. Carey, 1st Regiment, Virginia Infantry (Williams Rifles), Confederate, Virginia
Morris A. Carey, 104th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Mortimer Carey, 17th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (3 months, 1861), Union, Ohio
Moses Carey, 50th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Nathan Carey, 3rd Regiment, Wisconsin Cavalry, Union, Wisconsin
Nelson Carey, 2nd Regiment, District of Columbia Infantry, Union, District of Columbia
Nicholas Carey, 10th Regiment, Ohio Infantry, Union, Ohio
Oliver Carey, 8th Regiment, Michigan Cavalry, Union, Michigan
Oren Carey, 83rd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Paris H. Carey, 3rd Regiment, Rhode Island Heavy Artillery, Union, Rhode Island
Patrick Carey, 38th Regiment, Illinois Infantry, Union, Illinois
Peter A. Carey, 14th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Philip Carey, 9th Regiment, Delaware Infantry, Union, Delaware
Phineas M. Carey, 44th Regiment, Indiana Infantry, Union, Indiana
Powhatan Carey, 50th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Press Carey, 60th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Ray Carey, 1st Field Battery, Louisiana Artillery, Confederate, Louisiana
Richard Carey, Vinson’s Company, Louisiana Scouts, Confederate, Louisiana
Robert Carey, 23rd Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry, Union, Massachusetts
Roody Carey, 1st Regiment, New York Mounted Rifles, Union, New York
Samuel Carey, 12th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry, Union, New Jersey
Sewell P. Carey, 4th Regiment, Vermont Infantry, Union, Vermont
Seymour A. Carey, 77th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Shedric Carey, 5th Regiment, United States Colored Heavy Artillery, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Shepherd Carey, 17th Regiment, Maine Infantry, Union, Maine
Sherwood F. Carey, 44th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Silas J. Carey, Cobb’s Legion, Georgia, Confederate, Georgia
Simeon Carey, 24th Regiment, New York Cavalry, Union, New York
Stephen Carey, Estill’s Company, South Carolina Infantry Local Defense (Arsenal Guard, Charleston), Confederate, South Carolina
Sylvester P. Carey, 1st Regiment, Pennsylvania Cavalry (15th Reserves), Union, Pennsylvania
Theodore M. Carey,     9th Regiment, Vermont Infantry, Union, Vermont
Thomas Carey, 6th Regiment, Connecticut Infantry, Union, Connecticut
Thornton Carey, 83rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry (Old Organization), Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Timothy Carey, 1st Regiment, Louisiana Infantry (Strawbridge’s), Confederate, Louisiana
Tunis Carey Jr., 30th Regiment, New Jersey Infantry, Union, New Jersey
Turner Carey, 29th Regiment, Maine Infantry, Union, Maine
Ulysses Carey, 96th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Vaughn B. Carey, 118th Regiment, Illinois Infantry, Union, Illinois
Vinton Carey, 96th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York
Volney Carey, 146th Regiment, Ohio Infantry (National Guard), Union, Ohio
Wallace Carey, 46th Regiment, Massachusetts Infantry (Militia), Union, Massachusetts
Walter Carey, 6th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Watson Carey, 207th Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
Wesley Carey, 87th Regiment, Illinois Infantry, Union, Illinois
Wilbur Fisk Carey, 82nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry, Union, Pennsylvania
William Carey, Phillips’ Legion, Georgia, Confederate, Georgia
Wilson Carey, 97th Regiment, United States Colored Infantry, Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Wolsey B. Carey, 1st Regiment, Delaware Infantry, Union, Delaware
Woodson Carey, 83rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry — New Organization (2nd Regiment, Kansas Colored Infantry), Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Woolsey B. Carey, 2nd Battalion, Veteran Reserve Corps, Union, Veteran Reserve Corps
Zadoc M. Carey, 79th Regiment, Indiana Infantry, Union, Indiana
Zampier Carey, 83rd Regiment, United States Colored Infantry (Old Organization), Union, U.S. Colored Troops
Zarin N. Carey, 179th Regiment, New York Infantry, Union, New York

Carey Coat of Arms Meaning

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