Portrait of James Caldwell of Linley Wood, Talke, Staffordshire 1759-1838 Painted by Daniel Gardner
1750?-1805 Gardener

James Caldwell
of Linley Wood, Talke, Staffordshire, 1759-1838.
Painted by Daniel Gardner 1750?-1805

The above portrait has two incriptions on the back as follows:

James Caldwell of Linley Wood.  Recorder of Newcastle Staffordshire and Deputy Lieutenant for the County.  Born 1760, died 1837.  This gentleman's family came from Scotland early in the 18th Century from Beith near Paisley and were Bar . . . of that city.  Painted by Daniel Gardener [Gardner].

James Caldwell of Linley Wood.  Justice of the Peace and Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Staffordshire and for many years Chairman of the Great Trent Canal in that County.  Died 1837.

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