Guild of One-Name Studies
One-name studies, Genealogy
Category: 3 - A study where research using core genealogical datasets and transcriptions is well under way on a global basis.
DNA website: www.familytreedna.com/public/carden/default.aspx
Contact: Mr Arthur Carden
In September 2018 a third Carden Gathering will be held, this time in Lewes, Sussex, England on the tenth anniversary of the ones held in Cheshire in 1998 and in Brighton in 2008. For details see http://cardengathering2018.blogspot.co.uk/
Americans should note that in 2012 I edited and produced a book CARDENS IN AMERICA, COMPILED BY CHUCK CARDEN, obtainable from www.lulu.com. I personally believe this 570-page book should be in the possession of every American interested in the Carden family. For more information see my blog mentioned under 'Links' below.
My new address from early 2015 is Arthur Carden, 41 Leggyfield Close, Redford Avenue, Horsham, West Sussex RH12 2FX, England. Email: email@example.com
This web site has been produced using an excellent facility provided by the Guild of One-Name Studies.
The CARDIN name is common in France and has a Breton origin. DNA information suggests there is no connection with Cardens or Cardins from England.
The following appear in the Oxford DNB
Carden, George Frederick (1798â1874), barrister and cemetery founder.
Carden, Sir John Valentine, sixth baronet (1892â1935), engineer.
Carden, Sir Lionel Edward Gresley (1851â1915), diplomatist
Carden, Sir Robert Walter, first baronet (1801â1888), banker and politician.
Carden, Sir Sackville Hamilton (1857â1930), naval officer.
Cawarden, Sir Thomas (c.1514â1559), courtier (also known as Carden, Sir Thomas).
John Rutter Carden (1811-1866) was notorious for his attempted abduction of Eleanor Arbuthnot in Tipperary.
Admiral John Surman Carden (1771-1858) is best known for the fact that when in command of *HMS Macedonian* he surrendered to the American frigate *USS United States* in 1812.
Many officers named Carden fought in the American Revolutionary War, notably at Hanging Rock and Quebec.
Sir Herbert Carden (1867-1941) was known as 'the father of modern Brighton'
Most Cardens in Australia, New Zealand and some in Canada have proven connections to English or Tipperary branches.
Carden Family Web site maintained by Trish Carden (mostly USA; contains many links; URL changed in 2008 but site nowadays not updated often as Trish and her husband busy with other matters) http://www.tntcarden.com/tree/ensor/Carden1.html
CARDEN Mailing List http://lists.rootsweb.com/index/surname/c/carden.html
My Carden family history blog: originally http://arthur-carden.livejournal.com/ but amended to http://cardenhistory.blogspot.com/ in early 2007
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