Today's Surname: Sarles
Elizabeth Sarles (1818-1889) was my 3rd great grandmother. She was born in New York, but her father Ansel Sarles Sr (1782-1851) came to America from England and her mother Margaret (1782-1851) came from Netherlands. Elizabeth married a Hendricks.
(All U.S. and Canada, Passenger and Immigration Lists Index, 1500s-1900s):
There are 408 results, but only 5 with the same spelling as Sarles:
Name Arrival Year Arrival Place
Mary Ellen Sarles New York, New York
Steph Sarles 1674 Virginia
E. Sarles 1850 San Francisco, California
E. R. Sarles 1850 San Francisco, California
Mrs. ?? Sarles 1851 San Francisco, California
There are 866 total matches for the surname Sarles- many in New York.
House of Names:
The surname Sarles came to England during the 11th century wave of migration set off by the Norman Conquest of 1066- as of many names. The Sarles family lived in Cornwall. The name is in reference to Serlo- the famiy's place of residence prior to 1066.
Searle, Searles, Searl, Sarl, Sarrell, Serrell, and others.