Joseph Carswell (1758-1830)

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A miller and baker, like the rest of his family; his windmill which he inherited from his mother[1] known as the Priory Mill, on Cuckoo Hill (White Rock) was blown down in a severe storm on the 19th of February 1808.[2]. Carswell was known to have lived at 1 George Street, known as Town House[3] and demolished the premises to build a larger building circa 1810[4].

Children


Children of: Short name: Joseph Carswell

and Joined with-g1: Jane Smith (1734-1834)

Name Birth Death Joined with
Jane Carswell (1764-1835)

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William Carswell (1764-1789)

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Catherine (Kitty) Carswell (1767-1854)

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George Carswell (1771-1812)

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Rowe Carswell (1773-1837) 1773 16 October 1837 Elizabeth Foster (1776-1838)
Elizabeth Waters (-)

Memorial[edit]

His memorial is in Pett churchyard (Box tomb with white weathered marble base):
South Side: In memory of / Joseph CARSWELL / Who died 12th March 18[30] / Aged 71 years
North Side: In memory of / Mary CARSWELL / Who died 2nd September 1826 / Aged 65 years

References[edit]

  • England, Select Births and Christenings