This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I

This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I


Foreward


This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered it such an This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I important piece of work on the Caswell family that I decided to copy it and re-publish it, after obtaining Shirley's permission.


I photocopied each page of the book in the library, then This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I took them home and scanned each page using an optical recognition program which converted the images into ASCII text. The text was then fed into a word processing program (AMIPRO This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I) and edited. The work was slow, painstaking and tedious, spanning over 12 months, so if you find any errors they could be Shirley's, mine, or the computers! Sometimes the program sees a 'y' but This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I records it as a 'v'', and with 562 pages of text it has been really difficult to eliminate them all. Occasionally you may see a number with the letter E in front of it This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I (E50). The E means English Pounds Sterling. I was unable to change them after editing the text. The photographs in the copy I мейд of Shirley's book, were This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I of such poor quality that I have omitted them from this book. For all that, the book is now on computer, and can be reprinted & edited at any time.


I actually found the CASSWELL family This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I of Ingersoll, Ontario, (later in Portland, Oregon), who are cousins of mine, through this book, and for that alone I am eternally grateful to Shirley Mayse, as my new This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I cousins are regularly in touch, and we soon hope to have a family reunion. Our new found family group gets a great deal of satisfaction from this new connection.


There are also many things in This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I this book which lead me to believe that the Irish Caswells are indeed Wiltshire Caswells. Firstly, the name if of English origin, not Irish and it is commonly found in the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I West of England. The coat of arms sported by the Irish Caswells is almost identical to the Caswells of Binfield, Berkshire, which is only 20 miles from Yatesbury where our first This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I (Robert) Caswell is recorded. Robert is a common family name, but found nowhere else in Caswell families, according to Noreen Haler of 'The Caswell Surname Organization'. James & Thomas also occur regularly. A This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Martha Caswell of Limerick had a niece at McLeod, Canada, and Anne Godwin, a relative of the Caswells from Yatesbury, Wiltshire was interred at McLeod. These two people must have known each This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I other.


The Wiltshire bacon company of Harris Ltd was established in 1770 on the Irish pig trade. At this time there was a Caswell family living in Blackwater, Ireland, and the area was famous for This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I its pigs. Cork was also a main port for the export of cattle and pigs, and in 1755 the British passed laws allowing the importation of Irish livestock, as there was not enough home This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I grown meat to feed the rapidly expanding population. Coupling this fact with the name Baskerville, which was evident in Wiltshire about this time, leads one to seriously consider the connection. A James This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Caswell married a Mary Baskerville at Bremhill in 1770, the same year Mr Harris of Calne (3 miles from Bremhill) was buying Irish pigs on their way to London. Andrew Caswell This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I held 240 acres of land in the prime pig producing area of Ireland. About the same time,, a bakery was run in Limerick, another Caswell trade.


My research is now in this direction, and This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I hopefully I shall soon be able to prove that the Irish Caswells are indeed from Wiltshire.


If you have any data or other information, please let me know. I have a huge database of This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I the Wiltshire Caswells, with approximately 9000 names all linked together. This is available as a GEDCOM of PAF file.


Mike Caswell


^ CHAPTER ONE


FAMILY ORIGINS


My mother, her brother Andrew, and her sister This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Ruby all told their children that the Caswells had come to Ireland from Holland.

A different account of the origin of the Caswell family comes from Dr. Milton Wellwood, of Victoria, B.C. Dr This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I.Wellwood's father, the Rev. Nathaniel Wellwood (1850-1933), was a son of the Jane Caswell who was born in Limerick in 1819 and was brought to Canada as a babe in arms. In his unfinished This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I memoir, now in the possession of his son Milton, Nathaniel Wellwood wrote that his mother, Jane Caswell, was of Welsh descent on her father's side and Palatine Irish on This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I her mother's. Nathan Mother said that they came with the Duke of Schoftiberg in the time of William of Orange.

Nathaniel Wellwood's grand-niece, Miss Elsie Caswell, of Collingwood, Ontario This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, wrote down for me her recollections of hearing him discourse on family history. Obviously she did not put much stock in his account. But, it must be remembered that the Rev. Nathaniel This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Wellwood was not a doddering old tale-spinner, but an intelligent and well-educated man who took a serious interest in the history of his family and had himself мейд a trip This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I to Ireland. No doubt the story has suffered considerably in the retelling over the years. At any rate, here is Elsie Caswell's story in her own words:


"Great-uncle was This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I very deaf, so generally did all the talking. This time I had been asked to bring a friend to dinner. Uncle's subject was a lecture on the Caswell family. They were pastoral people, had This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I cattle, fished, etc. and lived in Essex. They fought the Romans who landed. Uncle spoke of Caswallein. The Britons backed westward on the English coast. After many years they This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I went north into Wales and finally into Scotland. A family settled in Ireland. A nice story and all I could do was smile and nod. I was somewhat embarrassed as I wondered This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I what my friend was thinking of all this."


Elsie Caswell's sister, Mrs. Florence Brock, also remembered hearing her great-uncle discourse on their family tree. In her version the proper name came out as This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I "Caeswalien," and North Ireland, rather than just Ireland, was mentioned. Still another relative recorded the name as "Cainswallein."


A third theory of Caswell origins has come to me from a This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I member of an Irish immigrant family of Caswells hailing from Northern Ireland and not as yet shown to be connected with our Caswells. According to them their family name was of Huguenot This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I origin. This, like the previous two theories, rested only on oral tradition.


Mrs. Margaret Duerr, of Charlevoix, Michigan, a Wellwood descendant who has done a great deal of research into the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I history of her family, sent me this interesting theory about possible Caswell origins:


"Your belief--that the Caswells came with the Duke of Schomberg into Ireland from Holland, in the time of William of This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Orange--might also be true. An early Wellwood, resident in Glasgow in the time of Cromwell, sought political and/or religious asylum in Leyden, Holland. Not until William of orange became This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I King William III, did some of this Wellwood family return to Scotland and England, and I have conjectured that a younger son could have emigrated to Ireland at this time. The latter conjecture This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I is pure guesswork on my part, but it is a possibility which would explain how my Scottish Wellwood ancestors got to Ireland in the early 1700's."


A similar explanation could This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I apply to Caswells. Thus, Welsh Caswells could have moved north into Scotland. In Cromwell's time they, too, might have sought political or religious asylum in Holland, and sons (or a son) of this This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Scottish family could have fought under the Duke of Schomberg and William of Orange when he invaded Ireland. He could have received land in Ireland in return for his military services. This This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, too, is mere guesswork, but it is at least historically possible and this narrative would fit all the known family legends. I am suggesting that one or more Scottish (or This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Welsh) Caswells fled to Holland and that their sons were living in Holland when they joined William's Dutch brigades, rather than that they were recruited in England or Wales. We may never be able This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I to prove any of these theories, but I find it necessary to develop theories that are historically possible to explain the migrations that took place."


In the next few paragraphs This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I I shall set down a little background information about the Duke of Schomberg, the Pal atines, and the Dutch presence in Limerick, the city that was the home of some of our Irish kinsmen This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I. The Duke of Schomberg (1615-1690) was, to quote from the Britannica, a "German soldier of fortune, a marshal of France, and an English peer. He was killed during the Battle of This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I the Boyne, in which he fought for the Protestant King William III and Queen Mary II of Great Britain against Irish adherents of the deposed Catholic King James II of Great Britain." Schomberg had This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I commanded, under William, the Eng lish expedition of 1688. In 1689 he was commander-in-chief in Ireland. His tomb is in St. Patrick's Cathedral, Dublin. On it is the bitterly This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I sarcastic epitaph written by Jonathan Swift, Dean of that Protestant cathedral. Swift praises Schomberg, the great soldier, but shows contempt for the niggardly relatives of the dead hero who had ignored repeated requests This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I from the cathedral authorities to provide their illustrious kinsman with a fitting monument. In the hope that Some future researcher may try to find Caswells listed among Schomberg's soldiers I This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I include the following names of regiments under Schomberg's command. I found them in Thomas D'Arcy McGee's "History of Ireland."


"Schomberg led the famous blue Dutch and white Dutch regiments and the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Huguenot regiments La Millinier, Du Cambon, and La Callimotte; the English regiments of Lords Devonshire, Delamere, Lovelace, Sir John Lanier, Colonels Langston, Villiers, and others; the Anglo-Irish regiments This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I of Lords Meath, Roscommon, Kingston, and Drogheda; with Ulstermen, under Brigadier Wolseley, Colonels Gustavus Hamilton, Mitchel borne, 'Lloyd, White, St. John, and Tiffany."


Also mentioned were Danes, Swiss, Prussians, Scotch, and Scotch-Irish.~In This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I April, 1976, my Limerick friend and helper, the late Rev. Mr. Shorten, wrote to me:


"I came across an item that gives some hope of finding Limerick links with Schomberg's troops. Just This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I beside the font and on the floor of that chapel [one of the chapels in St. Mary's Cathedral] is a stone slab commemorat ing one William Ferrar, only son of William This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Ferrar, a captain in Schomberg's cavalry serv ing in Ireland 1689-1691. When Limerick was surrendered William Ferrar, senior, married Marie Lloyd and settled in the city. One of his grandchildren This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, John Ferrar, was the founder of the newspaper the 'Limerick Chronicle' in 1766."


It is interesting to note that the Duke of Schomberg was born in Heidelberg in the Palatinate. Heidelberg, an important centre of This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Calvinism, was almost completely de stroyed by the French in 1689 and 1691. It is from Palatines that some family members believe that Margaret Bassett (wife of our 1819 immigrant ancestor Nathaniel Caswell This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I) was descended. The Palatine was an area west of the Rhine which in 1688 had been ruthlessly destroyed with unbelievable cruelty by armies carrying out the orders of Louis XIV of France. The This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I "Handbook of Irish Genealogy" (Heraldic Artists Ltd., Dublin, 1972) states that German-speaking Protestant refugees from the Palatine landed in Dublin in September, 1709. Many more sailed.directly to North America. Those who stayed This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I in Ireland settled mainly in County Limerick and to a lesser extent in north County Kerry. There are, however, no Caswells or Bassetts listed in Hank Jones's out-of-print booklet which I This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I consulted in the National Library of Ireland, in Dublin.


Further details about the Palatines--I paraphrase here rather than quote--are found in a book published in 1896 by the Rev. James This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Dowd. Rathkeale, in County Limerick, was the chief centre 6f settlement of many German Protestants from the Palatinate. In 1709 Queen Anne had sent a fleet to Rotterdam to bring back refugees. Seven This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I thousand people were rescued. Of these three thousand settled in Pennsylvania and North Carolina. Lord Southwell brought a large number of the refugees and settled them on his estate in the County of Limerick This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I. His example was followed by other proprietors, so that very few Palatines remained in England. According to the Rev. Mr. Dowd large numbers of the Palatines left Ireland for America This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I--this could mean both Canada and the United States--about the middle of the 1800's. The result was that at.the time of his book (1896) he estimated that there could not be This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I more than seven hundred left in the County of Limerick. Of the seventy or so Palatine surnames that Mr. Dowd lists only Delmege and Piper have turned up as the names This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I of Caswell spouses. For Christian names the Palatines seemed to have favoured Old Testament names much more exotic than those borne by some of our Caswells. Mr. Dowd described the palatines as black-haired, harder This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I featured than Celts, thrifty, hardworking, and in general comfortably off. Many, he said were Wesleyans.


We have as yet no proof that the Caswells came from either Holland or the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Palatine. We do, however, have positive proof that before coming to Canada the Caswells lived in and around Limerick. And concerning Limerick the Rev. Rodney Shorten had this to say:


"There This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I is much evidence of Dutch Settlement in Limerick after the Battle of the Boyne and the Siege of Limerick. Many soldiers and merchants settled in the part called English Town round St This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I. Mary's Cathedral and else where and introduced brickwork for house construction--pale red in colour. The old town hall, pulled down about 1900, had Dutch gables."


St. Mary's Cathedral just mentioned is the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Church of Ireland (Protestant) where numerous Limerick Caswells were baptized and married. The editor of "Old Limerick," a limited edition book let of pictures, published in 1976, mentions that there were Dutch settlers This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I in Limerick as early as 1620 in the district called the Abbey. A.J. O'Halloran, in his "The Glamour of Limerick," tells that:


"Mary Street was once lined at both sides This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I with quaint old brick-gabled houses. Partially demolished by William's guns during the siege of 1690-1691 they were reconstructed by the Dutch adventurers who followed in his wake."


References to a distant Welsh origin This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I keep cropping up from time to time among Caswells. Like the Dutch and Palatine theories of origin these, too, are unsupported by evidence. This does not, of course, mean that in This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I the long run they may not turn out to have been correct. Certainly there are many Caswells in Wales and the adjoining parts of England. One need only look at local This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I telephone directories to learn this. There is actually a Caswell Bay somewhere on the Welsh coast.


Mr. Eric Daniels, my genealogist correspondent and helper, who lives in Bristol, has accumulated for me a This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I large number of references to English Caswells, some of the references going back hundreds of years. But so far there is nothing to show any connection between our Irish Caswells This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I and these numerous English Caswells. Mr. Daniels says that in such publications as the name is mentioned in 'the family appear to come solidly from Middlesex, the county adjoining but due west of This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I London, and now no longer strictly speaking in existence. Mr. Daniels is of the opinion that some time in the eighteenth century a branch of some English family of Caswells went to Ireland This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, perhaps getting an estate or a farm as a reward for military allegiance. He thinks it far more likely that the English Caswells went to Ireland rather than the reverse. He This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I adds that the absence of Roman Catholics among the Limerick Caswells gives weight to this, but does not, of course, confirm it.


I give the last word in this section on This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Caswell origins to my Limerick helper, the late Rev. Mr. Shorten. He wrote:


"As for a Welsh origin for the Caswells, one or more Caswell men could have been recruited in England This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I or Wales into William III's Irish brigades and come to Ireland and been labelled as of Dutch origin."


Concerning the origin of the Caswell surname I shall quote only two references. The first quotation This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I is from Addison's "Understanding English Surnames":


"Caswall or Caswell is a Leominster name. it occurs in seventeen different forms from place names in eight counties. In Herefordshire it is Grasswell and This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I in Worcestershire, Kerswell, and means a watercress stream."


My second quotation is from a sheet issued (for a fee) to those who enquire about their family name to an Ontario heraldic art This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I company that goes in heavily for direct mail advertising. I imagine that the firm's customers on the whole are not serious researchers, but rather people who would be This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I pleased to own something official-looking bearing their family surname and the crest or coat-of-arms associated with that name. However, as those preparing the information sheets must have consulted the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I standard reference books in the field, I shall quote what they have to say about the surname Caswell:


"The surname Caswell seems to be locational in origin, and is believed to be associated with This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I the English meaning, one who came from Caswell (spring or stream where water cress grew)' the name of several places in England. Dictionaries of surnames indicate probable spelling variations of Caswell to This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I be Cazwell, Caswelle, and Caswel." And now comes the topic of the Caswell coat-of-arms. This, as far as I know, has been seen in only two places connected This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I with our Caswells: on the memorial tablet to Samuel Caswell, J.P., insido Kiltinanlea Church, Clonlara, County Clare, Ireland; and on the engraved bookplates of Samuel Caswell (1822-1874) and his eldest brother, Andrew (c This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I. 1804-1861). These bookplates are reproduced in this volume. Photostats of them were sent to me by the Dublin Castle genealogist. Two of the original bookplates were given to me by Miss Aphra This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Maunsell, of London, the great-granddaughter and great-grand niece of Samuel and Andrew Caswell, respectively.


I should like now to quote two cautionary paragraphs about coats-of-arms. Then I shall give This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I my opinion as to the Caswell right to the coat-of-arms displayed on their memor ial tablet and bookplates. Finally I shall copy and explain the technical language used in describing the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I coats-of-arms.


First, here are the two cautionary paragraphs. The first comes from "Heraldry in England" by Antony Wagner: "Interest in pedigree spread far and wide and the Victorian, like the Elizabethan This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I age, saw a vast demand for arms from the new rich and new respectable. The trade in fraudulent pedigrees did not reach Elizabethan dimensions, but there was much absurd This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I credulity."


My second quotation is from the 1974 edition of the "Encyclopedia Britannica":


"Identity of arms may denote merely assumption of devices. Because of the English laws of inheritance, not only an estate This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I but a surname and arms can pass by eventual succession to persons unconnected by blood with the original owner."


Next, here is my opinion of how the coat-of-arms attached itself to the Irish This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Caswells, or rather how they attached themselves to it. Samuel Caswell, J.P., inherited money from his miller-flour-factor:father. He, or his father, bought or leased Blackwater House from This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I the aristocratic McAdam family, and set up as a gentleman. Somewhere along the line, to further his social ambitions or those of his wife, about whose origin we know almost nothing, or to This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I help his daughter Eliza make a good marriage he purchased the right to use the already existing coat-of-arms of an aristocratic English family by the name of Caswall [sic). It This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I is no secret that more than once in the past the College of Heralds proved quite accommodating in such circumstances. I must say that when I communicated my theory to Mr. Shorten This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, who was much better versed in these matters than I am, he disagreed. He pointed out to me that although there was a fee in England (at one time E74), in This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Ireland one had to be able to trace one's pedigree for three generations before being admitted to the use of the coat-of-arms.


Third, I come to the coat This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I-of-arms itself. After discovering the arms carved on the Caswell memorial tablet in Clon lara, Mr. Shorten consulted "Burke's Landed Gentry" (1858 edition). There, under the heading "Caswall (sic] Alfred This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, Esq., of Elmgrove, Binfield, Berkshire,"he found a long and detailed article about the English Caswalls. This led him to the conclusion that the Caswell family, of Blackwater, County Clare, and the Caswall family This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I of Binfield were originally the same. He cited as proof of this the fact that the coat-of-arms is the same for both families. Coats-of-arms. he said This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, may not be copied or duplicated. As to the families having different mottoes, this, he said, is of no consequence in heraldry.


I shall now quote a few sentences from the earlier part of the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I article in "Burke's Landed Gentry," not troubling to use dots to indicate material which I have omitted:


"The family is of considerable antiquity in Wales and neighbouring county This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I of Hereford. Sir Thomas Caswall, a Knight of the Holy Wars was buried at Leominster [a market town in Herefordshire]. Long subsequently Sir George Caswall, who had very great estates in that neighbourhood This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, and represented Leominster in several parliaments was implicated with Mr. Aislable, Chancellor of the Exchequer, and others in the South Sea Scheme (about 1720 the 'South Sea Bubble' burst]; was fined tc an This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I enormous amount, and committed to the Tower, till by the sale of his Hereford estates, he paid the charge imposed upon him--being upwards of a quarter of a million sterling."


Later on This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I in the article the names and relationships of quite a few English Caswalls of the mid-eighteenth century are listed. The Dublin Castle genealogist, also quoting "Burke's Landed Gentry," (4th edition) confirmed This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I that armorially speaking the Caswells of Ireland are descended from the family of Sir Thomas Caswell, of Wales. This does not demonstrate, he emphasized in answer to a specific This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I question, that there is lineal descent from the English/Welsh Caswells.


"Burke's Landed Gentry," using the language of heraldry describes the English device as follows:


"Arms --- ar., three bars, gemelles, sa This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I. Crest -- A dexter arm, couped at the shoulder, in mail, holding in the ehand, ppr., a cross-crosslet, fitchee,or. Motto -- Non multa sed multum."


This is identical with the description given This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I by Mr. Shorten of what he saw in the Clonlara church except for the fact that no doubt the colours were lacking and the difference in the family mottoes. The motto of the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Irish Caswells was, "Malo mori quam foedari,"the translation of which is, "I prefer to die rather than to be defiled." The exact meaning of the English Caswell motto eludes me. A literal translation This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I would be something like, "We haven't many things but greatly." Perhaps the essential idea was, "We are short on possessions, but long on might." Elwin's "Handbook of Mottoes" gives the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I translation,"Not many but much," which to my mind is still far from meaningful


Here are the meanings, as far as I can determine them, of the heraldic terms used in the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I preceding paragraph:

gemelles = in groups (in this case in pairs)

fitch'e'e = indicates that the lower extremity of the cross is sharpened to a point

arg. = silver

sa This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I. = sable, black

dexter = right couped = cut off clean

or = gold

ppr. = perpendicular


From the time that I first heard of the Caswell coat-of arms I kept in the back of my mind the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I idea of applying some day to the College of Arms in London for information about what right the Limerick Caswells had to the coat-of-arms that they displayed on their bookplates and This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I on at least one memorial tablet. I hoped, too, that there might be among the records of the College information submitted by earlier Caswells to substantiate their claim to the arms. Finally This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, in May of this year (1980), I wrote the College of Arms, enclosing the required E50 fee.Here is the answer I received:


"A search has now been completed in This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I the Official Records of the College of Arms, and in the copies we have of some of the records of the former Ulster Office of Arms in Ireland, to ascertain whether Arms have been This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I registered here in the past for the surname CASWELL. Just two instances of the name were found, both of which were connected with each other. The first was a pedigree of six generations This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I which was entered in the heraldic Visitations of London мейд in 1633/4; the second was a continuation of three generations (the first of which corresponded with the fifth generation of the earlier pedigree This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I) entered in the Visita tion of Middlesex for 1663. I have drawn up copies of these Visitation pedigrees on the enclosed chart. (not reproduced in this volume] In both instances the following Arms This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I were displayed: Argent, three bars gemelles and a mullet for difference sable. CREST: A dexter arm embowed in mail, the хэнд proper, holding a cross crosslet fitch'or.


"Now these are This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I clearly the Arms used by your own Caswell ancestors in Ireland and it follows that, to have done so legally, they should have recorded a pedigree proving an unbroken male line This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I descent from an ancestor whose title to the Arms was already established i.e. some one who appears in the Visitations.


No such pedigree was recorded, however, either here or in the Ulster This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Office. This does not, of course, rule out the possibility of an armigerous descent but it may be, as you suggested yourself, that your family simply adopted the Arms in the last This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I century because they knew them to be associated with their surname."


In view of this somewhat disappointing result, the search was extended to cover a variety of miscellaneous unofficial Irish This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I material in our libraries to try to discover the parents of Andrew Caswell, your earliest known ancestor, or indeed to find any Irish reference to the surname of Caswell in the eighteenth century or earlier This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I. So thorough were the searches already мейд by your Irish genealogist, however, that I was able to find only two such references which had not previously been unearthed.


These were This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I: (1) A marriage licence issued in the Diocese of Cork and Ross in 1706 for Arch ibald Caswell and Mary Taylor, and (2) the baptism at Cloncha, Co. Donegal, on 1 January 1713/4 of James, son of Thomas This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Caswell of Drumly.


"Manuscript collections of Irish material in our libraries contained no entries of the surname although similar random in English sources revealed that the name of Caswell was fairly widely distributed This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I in the country. An eighteenth century register of apprenticeship indentures, for example, included Caswell entries for the Counties of Somerset, Gloucester, Wiltshire, Staffordshire, Herefordshire, Nottinghamshire, London, Shropshire, Lincoln, Norfolk, Berkshire This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I and Northamptonshire.


"Thus it seems fairly certain that the ultimate origin of your family was English, not Irish. The problem lies in trying to establish the point at which your ancestors settled in This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Ireland, and I fear it may well be a problem that is insur mountable. If you think I can be of further assistance, however, I should be pleased to hear This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I from you."


This report was signed by F.S. Andrews, Lancaster Herald of Arms.


And now, to console those who would like to think that the Irish Caswells are truly entitled to their This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I shield and helmet and severed right arm grasping a cross, I conclude this chapter with a second quotation from "Heraldry in England." Mr. Wagner begins with the cheery statement that he who This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I least supposes that he is entitled to a coat-of-arms may actually be fully entitled to one. Then he goes on:


"It has been reckoned that the English heralds in This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I five centuries have recorded or granted arms for some 40,000 families, all of whose members are entitled to bear such arms on proof of male descent from the first owner. Of the very large number This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I thus entitled it is likely that the great majority do not know themselves to be so, yet might with some research establish their right."


^ CHAPTER TWO


THE CASWELLS IN IRELAND


When early in This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I 1972 I first began this search into the family past, my great-great-grandfather Nathaniel Caswell was the farthest back relative of whom I had heard. It is with him and his This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I descendants that this history mainly deals. At first all that I knew was what I had heard from my mother, his great-granddaughter, who died in 1963. She had told me that Nathaniel Caswell This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I had come to Canada from Limerick with his wife, Peggy Bassett, and that Nathaniel's name was on a pioneer monument by a roadside somewhere in Lanark County, Ontario. Then in the This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I fall of 1972 I met for the first time my second cousin, the late Miss Edna Ross, of Pakenham, Ontario. She shared with me material she had collected about her Caswell relatives. Thanks to her This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I I learned that Nathaniel Caswell had arrived in Quebec from Limerick on the Brig Amelia on August 24, 1819. This was later confirmed by research in the National Archives in Ottawa.


In This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I March, 1974, I visited Ireland. I picked up at the Dublin Castle Genealogical Office a report which I had commissioned months earlier. It established that the Caswells had come from Limerick and neighbouring County Clare This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I.


It was not, however, until October of the same year that proof of the Irish origin of the Caswells was forthcoming on this side of the Atlantic. It was This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I in a family Bible shown to me by Mrs. Willard Caswell, of Ottawa. The Bible (not printed until 1886) had come to Lila and Willard frcm Willard's uncle, W.G. Caswell, of This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Concord, North Caroliria. It had belonged to his father, Thomas Beynon Caswell, of Carleton Place, Ontario. On a blank page facing the final chapter of the Revelation of St. John the devine was written This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I, I assume by T.B. Caswell, Nathaniel Caswell's grandson, the following:


Grandfather Caswell's Brothers


Andrew at Innisvill (sic)

John at Blackwater Mills Ireland

Samuel lame or defective lived with John This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I

Nathaniel our Grandfather

Sisters

Mrs. John Brindle lived always in Ireland

Mrs. Thomas McCullough came to Canada

Mrs. Adam Prittie came to Canada


From this I learned for the first time that Nathaniel's brother This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I Andrew and two of his sisters had also emigrated. Actually, as I found out later, Andrew had preceded Nathaniel by about three years, arriving in 1816. Chapter Six in this book is This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I about him and his Canadian descendants. So far noth- ing is known about Nathaniel's brother John, but a good deal is known about his elder brother, Samuel. The reference to Samuel's being lame This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I or defective is very puzzling. As win be told later in this chapter, Samuel became a very successful and well-to-do businessman, so certainly "defective" cannot be taken to mean This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I mentally defective. He may, of course, have been physically handicapped. on the other хэнд the Bible entries about him may have been wrong. After all, the entries were мейд some time after This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I 1886, probably by T.B. Caswell, who was not born until at least fifteen years after Nathaniel Caswell's death, and- whose informant would most likely have been his own father, Andrew Caswell, who This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I was only fifteen years old when he came to Canada and, at the oldest, twenty-four when he lost his father, Samuel's brother Nathaniel. Perhaps in writing of the long This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I-dead great-uncles whom he had never seen T.B. Caswell may have interchanged the names of John and Samuel. Or perhaps Nathaniel never had a brother John. Perhaps the lame or defective This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I John Caswell was Nathaniel's son John, baptised in Limerick in 1808 and dead of tuberculosis in Canada by 1820 (or 1837--the date is uncertain). Still another theory, put forward by This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I my Limerick helper, Mr. Shorten, is that the "lame or defective" person referred to might have been the child Samuel born to Peggy Bassett and Nathaniel Caswell in August, 1810, and dead before This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I the 1817 birth of his younger brother to whom the name Samuel was again given. I am all the more inclined to think that the Bible entries are not wholly reliable because elsewhere in the Bible This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I (in a different хэнд, it is true, probably that of W.G. Caswell) is the inaccurate statement, "Nathaniel Caswell came from Ireland to Innisville in 1815." We know for a fact that This book is the fourth edition of Our Caswell Relatives. Shirley Mayse's book was out of print when I found it in the Kingston, Ontario library. I considered I he came in 1819.

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