1775 Daniel Calladine, Miner of Heanor
I am the direct descendant (g4 grandson) of Daniel Calladine.
Daniel was born the forth of eleven children to Thomas Calladine (1749 - March 7, 1836) and Mary(c1751 – 1817) in 1775. Daniel Calladine (32 on my ahnentafel) was born in the small town of Heanor in Derbyshire,
His father Thomas Calladine (64 on my ahnentafel) was also born in the small town of Heanor.
Daniels fathers occupation is not listed on the baptism records. However Daniels occupation is listed on Johns baptism record, and on the 1841/51 Census as a coal miner. His mother may have been Mary Rumley who married a Thomas Calladine on May 18, 1769 at Pinxton, but it is not yet confirmed.
Daniels baptism was hard to find, I could not find it at all, but Pauline Priestly, my cousin managed to find it within some typed transcriptions and then we check another microfilm
1776 Dannil (sic) ye son of Thos and Mary Calodine Bapt. Dec. ye 17th
Daniel Calladine of this parish (church of St Lawrence of Heanor Derbyshire), married Elizabeth Brown of the parish of St Mary Nottingham were married in this church by banns on sixth day of June in the year one thousand seven hundred and ninety seven (1797) by me John Thompson, vicar. Both made their mark in the presence of John Hammonds and Mary Parker.
Elizabeth was the daughter of William Brown and Elizabeth of Nottingham. She was baptised after her marriage on July 3, 1801. she died on April 8, 1832 at Heanor.
1841 Census HO 107/188/19 page 35 Heanor Derbyshire
Christopher Bestwick aged 35 a Coal Miner
Jane wife aged 30
Ellen aged 14
John aged 12
Jeremiah aged 6
Thomas aged 4
William aged 1
Daniel Calladine aged 60 a Coal miner
Elijah Calladine aged 15 also a cola miner all born in the county.
They are living as lodgers with a family named Bestwick
which led me to discover that Jane Brown Calladine b1806 married Christopher Bestwick
1851 Census HO 107/2126 folio 86 page 8 Heanor Common Derbyshire
Christopher Bestwick a widower aged 45 a Coal miner born Heanor
Ellen aged 24 a Seamer
Jeremiah aged 17 a Coal miner
Thomas aged 14 Coal miner
Benjamin aged 11
William aged 9 both scholar s,
William Bestwick Grandson aged 2
Daniel Calladine lodger a widower aged 76 a Coal miner
Mary Smith aged 21 a lodger all born Heanor.
Jane has died, and although Daniels daughter - he is down as lodger not father-in-law.
Daniel was buried at the Wesleyan Chapel Heanor March 1860.
Children of ELISABETH BROWN and DANIEL CALLADINE are:
i. Mary CALLADINE, b. 1800.
Baptism: May 26, 1800, Nottingham St Mary
ii. DANIEL CALLADINE, b. 1803, Heanor, Derbyshire; d. June 12, 1890, Union Workhouse Nottingham, Nottinghamshire. m ALICE MILLINGTON March 14, 1826 in St Peter & St Paul, Hathern, Leicester, and REBECCA LIGHTOLER June 1, 1876 in Nottingham Register Office.
iii. JANE BROWN CALLADINE, b. 1806, Heanor, Derbyshire; d. 1847, Heanor, Derbyshire. M married CHRISTOPHER BESTWICK 1826.
iv. THOMAS CALLADINE, b. 1808, Heanor, Derbyshire.
Baptism: November 8, 1808, Heanor, Derbyshire
v. JOHN CALLADINE, b. 1821, Heanor, Derbyshire.
CALLADINE JOHN son of DANIEL & ELIZABETH 1821 12 month 10th day - father of HEANOR COAL MINER Officiating minister Richard Winfield
vi. ELIJAH CALLADINE, b. 1822.
vii. PHEBE CALLADINE, b. 1825, Heanor, Derbyshire.
CALLADINE PHEBE daughter of DANIEL & ELIZABETH baptised on 1825 11 18 father of HEANOR COLLIER - Officiating minister Richard Winfield