Experts believe the surname Cardwell dates back to around the ninth century. Cardwell is a early British occupational name. The word Cardwell is thought to have come from a Norman term.
Cardwell is the 906th most popular last name in Great Britain. An early 19th century Cardwell was noted as liking a drink after police allegedly threw him out of no less than 8 pubs in one evening. A tarnished past is clear, especially around the year 1863 when Tim Cardwell stole a race horse and was sentenced to jail. 104
Common Traits of the Cardwell's
Due to the families historscope being aligned with Venus, the planet of happiness, The Cardwell's can often be complex and imaginative. They take up new activities enthusiastically but lack focus, constantly requiring new interests. Flitting from interest to interest as apparently purposelessly as a water falling from a fountain. Since they often lack the quality of conscientiousness, they partake in a lost cause in any attempts they make to be outgoing. Like children, they require constant attention, admiration, and effort, getting upset if they do not get what they want.