|Birth name||Joan Palmer|
|Spouse||Lodowick Carlell or Carlile|
Carlile's portrait Lady Dorothy Browne, née Mileham; Sir Thomas Browne is held at London's National Portrait Gallery. The National Portrait Gallery's portrait of Sir Thomas Browne is also attributed to her.
She was born as Joan Palmer, the daughter of William Palmer, an official in the Royal Parks. In July 1626 she married Lodowick Carlell or Carlile, Gentleman of the Bows to Charles I and a poet and dramatist, who, as keeper/deputy ranger at Richmond Park during the Commonwealth period, had accommodation at Petersham Lodge. The couple moved to Covent Garden in 1654 but returned to Petersham two years later.
Lodowick died in 1675 and was buried in Petersham churchyard. Joan, who was then living in the parish of St Martin in the Fields, died in 1679, and was buried beside her husband on 27 February.
- Arianne Burnette (2004; online edition, September 2010). "Joan Carlile". Oxford Dictionary of National Biography. Oxford University Press. Retrieved 3 December 2012.
- Charles H Gray (1905). "Lodowick Carliell; his life, a discussion of his plays, and The deserving favourite, a tragi-comedy reprinted from the original edition of 1629". University of Chicago Press. Retrieved 20 March 2013.
- "Joan Carlile". Your paintings: Uncovering the nation's art collection. BBC. Retrieved 16 October 2012.
- Margaret Toynbee and Gyles Isham (September 1954). "Joan Carlile (1606?–1679): An Identification". The Burlington Magazine 96 (618). Retrieved 16 October 2012.
- Cathy Hartley (2005). A Historical Dictionary of British Women. Europa. p. 166. Retrieved 4 March 2013.
- "Lady Dorothy Browne, née Mileham; Sir Thomas Browne". Your paintings: Uncovering the nation's art collection. BBC. Retrieved 27 February 2013.
- "The Carlile Family with Sir Justinian Isham in Richmond Park by Joan Carlile". Your paintings: Uncovering the nation's art collection. BBC. Retrieved 16 October 2012.
- David McDowall (1996). Richmond Park: The Walker's Historical Guide. David McDowall. p. 47.
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