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This interesting name is of Anglo-Saxon origin, and is a locational surname deriving from any one of the places called "Caldwell" in North Yorkshire and Warwickshire, "Cauldwell" in Bedfordshire, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire, and other places named with the same elements such as "Chadwell", "Chardwell" and "Caudle Green". The place in Yorkshire is recorded as "Caldeuuella" in the Domesday Book of 1086, and shares with all the other places mentioned the same meaning and derivation, which is "the cold spring, or stream", from the Olde English pre 7th Century "cald, ceald", cold, with "well, waell", spring, stream or well.

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William Gordon Cardwell born April 1934 in northern Ireland died 2003 in los Angeles

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Jillian Cardwell

I'm looking for anyone that was related to William Gordon Cardwell from Belfast Ireland

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Cardwell

sir knighted richard cardeville (cardwell) who did a battle for Queen Elizabeth l about the muslims thomas richard cardwell sr who landed in america ( virginai colony)on the tristram & jane ship 1636 with his wife mary grace spencer who's brother is a direct ancestor of the late princess diana spencer

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John Cardwell

Thomas Richard Cardwell Sr is my 8th great grandfather, my late Uncle told me we came from england and we were knights & lords, he did'nt know who was the 1st ancestor who came to america, also he mention out name was changed to 'Cardwell maybe it was Cardeville, also like to know who owns his plantation it was willed to his daughter Ann and his other daughter I think it was Mary like to know more about it, did his plantation had a name?

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