Family History and Genealogy
The following is a general overview of the early history and genealogy of the Pasley family.
The name of Pasley is a family name of Scottish origin that originally was spelled as Paisley. It was the Strathclyde-Briton people of ancient Scotland who were the first to use the name Paisley. The family seat was in Renfrewshire, and the town of Paisley would eventually develop in the part of Scotland that is now known as the Strathclyde Region.
The name Paisley, Pasley and Paslay are found in Virginia in the early to mid-1600s.
William Pasley, possibly Peasley, died sometime around 1690 in St. Peters Parish, New Kent County, Virginia.
William was possibly married to Frances Hammond.
Issue of William and Frances (Hammond?) Pasley:
Robert Paslay was born circa 1670 in New Kent County, Virginia.
He married Eleanor, possibly McLean.
He lived all of his life in Virginia and is known at one time to have lived in St. Peters Parish.
Robert died February 27, 1713.
Issue of Robert and Eleanor (McLean?) Pasley:
Robert Paisley was born 1701 in Virginia.
He died by January 31, 1761 in Prince Frederick's Parish, Craven County, South Carolina.
Robert married Mary, possibly a Hayden or Haden.
Issue of Robert and Mary (Hayden or Haden) Pasley:
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