William Carden


Born Brighton - 27th May 1802
Baptised St Nicholas, Brighton - 4th July 1802
Married St Bride's, Fleet Street, London - 12th December 1842
Died Brighton - 4th November 1868
Burial ?


William Carden

It is likely that he went to London to learn his skills as a cabinet maker and met his future wife there. At the comparitively late age of 40 he married Louisa Eastland at the famous church of St Bride's, Fleet Street. He subsequently returned to Brighton and lived at 65 Gloucester Road (previously known as Gloster Road or Lane) and leased premises at 19 & 20 Frederick Street. In later certificates, he was variously described as Cabinet Maker or Gentleman.


Children Alfred Carden (1849-e1909), Ellen Carden (1852-1932)
Spouse Louisa Eastland (1818-1887)
Siblings Joanne (1780-e1845), Mary Ann (c1783-e1848) both half-sisters; Edward (e1796-e1856), Martha (1798-e1863)
Parents Edward Carden (c1755-e1815), Martha Penfold (e1774-e1839)


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