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CARDEN and the DARDANELLES By Arthur Carden
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This book is about the attempt to force the Dardanelles in 1915 by a large British and French fleet commanded by Admiral (later Sir) Sackville Hamilton Carden under instructions from Winston... More > Churchill. It is based on Carden's papers, kindly given by his grand daughter to the compiler, who in his turn made them available to the Museum of the Royal Navy at Portsmouth for their exhibition 'Gallipoli - Myth and Memory' For a summary, turn to the first page of the preview.< Less
CARDEN OF CHESHIRE and the Cheshire Carden diaspora By Arthur Carden
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The original purpose of this book was to place in the public domain the documents recording information on the following Carden branches, not previously published in book form: Winsford, Bendigo,... More > Randle and Monmouth. The opportunity has been taken to include several chapters about the family in Cheshire in medieval times and about Carden Hall, and also to include material about the whole Cheshire Carden diaspora world wide. This second edition includes more information including some new discoveries about the family's connection with Mavesyn Ridware (see back cover).< Less
CARDEN OF BARNANE By Arthur E Carden
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History of the Barnane estate in County Tipperary, Ireland together with information about the 200 known Carden descendants of the original Jonathan Carden of Barnane, born about 1675. A prologue... More > Barnane before the Cardens gives some background about Cromwell’s savage suppression in 1650 of the Irish Rebellion, and tells how Barnane was confiscated from the O’Meagher family which held the land from the earl of Ormond. Barnane was granted to an ‘adventurer’ and was leased in 1701 to Jonathan Carden, eldest son of John Carden of Templemore. A biography is given of each of the seven Cardens who held Barnane in succession until the last died in 1932. The most notorious of these was John Rutter Carden (1811-1866). Though he was a prominent and wealthy landlord and a Deputy Lieutenant of the county, he was convicted in 1854 of attempting to abduct a certain Miss Eleanor Arbuthnot, and sentenced to two years’ imprisonment.< Less
CARDEN IN AMERICA COMPILED BY CHUCK CARDEN By Charles William Carden
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Before he sadly died in 2013, with encouragement from Arthur Carden, Chuck Carden agreed to make available for posterity, in book form, a large part of his research on the family, which includes... More > entries for over 5,900 Carden descendants and spouses living in USA. They mostly descend from one or more immigrants from Cheshire, England. An attempt is made to indicate which Carden males have submitted samples for DNA analysis and what conclusions can be drawn. Though only twelve branches of the family in America are covered the book will be of widespread interest. Chuck prepared a draft of a new edition and was about to send it to Arthur only a few weeks before his death, but it has not been possible, so far, to extract it from his computer.< Less
Carden Gathering 2008 Report By Tim Carden
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The report on the Carden Gathering 2008.
THE CARDEN DNA PROJECT By Arthur Carden
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The results of nearly 100 Y-DNA tests worldwide, submitted between 2001 and 2011, identifying the three main branches of the Carden family and showing that over a third of those participating have a... More > common ancestor who lived in Cheshire, England, in 1200 or before. Revised 17 March 2012 with completely new analysis of results close to, or exactly matching, the "Cheshire haplotype." Those who prefer not to purchase this booklet can receive it as an email attachment by contacting the author at carden@one-name.org< Less
CARDEN OF TONBRIDGE: 2007 By Arthur Carden
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Family history of the branches of the Carden family originating in Penshurst and Chiddingstone which are villages near Tonbridge in the western part of the English county of Kent, from the 17th... More > century, with links to the 12th century Cardens of Cheshire. Family trees, minibiographies of about 700 Cardens, photographs and much else, including a report on a gathering in 2004 at the Bottle Inn, Penshurst. Revised November 2007, with many changes, especially as regards the Loraine, Speldhurst, Rusthall, Hooe and Naremburn/Roseville branches. Further minor revisions 2010.< Less
Carden of East Kent: 2006 By Arthur Carden
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Family history of the branch of the Carden family which lived from the sixteenth century in the eastern part of the English county of Kent. Family trees, minibiographies, photographs and much else.
CARDEN OF BARNANE: SUPPLEMENT By Arthur E Carden
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Since the book Carden of Barnane first appeared in 2004 a great deal of fascinating additional material has become available. This supplement, issued in June 2015, of over 100 pages contains some of... More > this material. To have added it to a new edition of Carden of Barnane would have required extensive re-writing.< Less
CARDEN OF BRIGHTON: 2009 By David & Arthur Carden
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Comprehensive history of the impact of the Carden family on Brighton over four centuries with a biography of Sir Herbert Carden "the maker of modern Brighton". Brief biographies of hundreds... More > of other Cardens of Brighton and plenty of genealogical information. This edition was prepared November 2009 following the Carden Gathering which was held near Brighton in September 2008.< Less