Origins of Carle:
This unique surname derives from Germanic and Anglo-Saxon origins. It may acquire from the Germanic particular name "Karl” or “Carl," which means man or person, which in the Latin language is "Carolus." This name was introduced as the old French particular name "Charles," brought into England by the Normans, but never developed until a later time. In France it was famous from a previous time because of the popularity of the King "Charlemagne", (Charles the Great) emperor of the Franks (742-814). It was developed in Scotland in the 16th Century by the Stuarts, who had strong relations with France and introduced them to England in the 17th Century. The surname was probably of Anglo-Saxon origin, from the Olde English word "ceorl," Middle English "charl, cherl," a resident, laborer or slave, which was a professional name or status name for a village farmer. The name "Carolus Karolus" listed in the Curia Roll of Suffolk in 1208. Frethesant Cherl recorded in the Cambridgeshire Rolls in 1221 and the Feet of Fines of Suffolk record a Colina Charles in the year 1250. Dorothie Charles was one of the first women arrived in the New World, departing from "Virginia" aboard the "Transport" from London in the year 1635.
More common variations are: Carley, Caryle, Carlee, Carole, Carlie, Carile, Carleo, Carale, Carlei, Carlea.
The origins of the surname Carle were found in Aberdeenshire, a former division, and now council area of Aberdeen, found in the Grampian area of northeastern Scotland, where they held a family seat from early times, some consider before the invasion in at Hastings in 1066.
The very first recording spelling of the family was shown to be that of Osbert Charle, dated about 1193, in the "pipe rolls of Warwickshire." It was during the time of King Richard I, who was known to be the “Richard the Lionheart," dated 1189-1199.
Many of the people with surname Carle had moved to Ireland during the 17th century.
United States of America:
Individuals with the surname Carle settled in the United States in three different centuries respectively in the 17th, 18th, and 19th. Some of the people with the name Carle who settled in the United States in the 17th century included Elizabeth Cale landed in Bardobas in the year 1669.
Some of the individuals with the surname Carle who settled in the United States in the 18th century included Galleon Carle would eventually settle in Virginia in 1707. Simon Carle arrived in Pennsylvania in the year 1732. Hance Michall Carle at the age of 23 and Michael Carle, both came in the same year 1736 in Pennsylvania. Johan Casper Carle settled in Pennsylvania in the year 1748.
The following century saw more Carle surnames arrive. Some of the people with the name Carle who settled in the United States in the 19th century included John W Carle and Michael Carle, both arrived in New York, NY in the same year 1816. Luke Carle arrived in New York, NY in 1824. Patrick Carle and Lames Carle, both arrived in New York respectively in the years 1849 and 1850.
Some of the people with the surname Carle who settled in Canada in the 18th century included Thomas Carle arrived in New Brunswick in the year 1783. Mr. Thomas Carle U.E. Was born in Dutches Division, New York, the USA who arrived in Saint John, New Brunswick about the year 1738. He was a traveler on the union shifted from New York. Mr. William Carle U.E. Came in Canada near the year 1738.
Here is the population distribution of the last name Carle: United States 3,924; England 328; Australia 429; Italy 426; Canada 1,599; Scotland 289; Germany 975; France 3,539; Sweden 305; Argentina 1,180.
Richard Carle (July 1871 – June 1941) was an American stage and film artist and entertainer. He performed in 132 films between the years 1915 and 1941.
Eric Carle was born in June in 1929. He is an American developer, cartoonist, and author of children's books.
Frankie Carle (March 1903 – March 2001), was born in Francis Nunzio Carlone. He was an American pianist and senior bandleader.
Matthew Carle was born in September in 1984. He is an American professional player in ice hockey.
Derek Carle was born in July in 1973. He was a Zimbabwean cricket player.