1803 Daniel Calladine, Framework Knitter of Heanor
I am the direct descendant (g3 grandson) of Daniel Calladine.
Daniel was born the second known child of Daniel Calladine (1775 – 1860) and Elizabeth Brown(c1778 – April 8, 1832) in 1803. Daniel Calladine Jr (16 on my ahnentafel) was born in the small town of Heanor in Derbyshire,
His father Daniel Calladine (32 on my ahnentafel) was also born in the small town of Heanor. His occupation on baptism records is a coal miner. His mother was Elisabeth BROWN.
Daniels baptism took place on October 25, 1803. His occupation on the census returns is a FWK – (see FWK Journal) or Framework Knitter, an occupation almost unique to the counties of Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire and Leicestershire.
Daniel was working in the golden age of framework knitters. He moved from Heanor, a mining town to Hatheren in Leicestershire, which had good railway links to all three large cities in the area.
P41 of the Marriages solemnized in the parish of Hathern in the county of Leicestershire in the year 1826.
Daniel Calladine, of this parish and Alice Millington of the parish of Darley in the county of Derby were married in this church by licence this fourteeth day of March in the year one thousand, eight hundred and twenty six by me, John Sealey, Curate.
Daniel Calladine, his mark, Alice Millington, Her mark., in the prescence of Saul Bird (his mark) and Thomas Gratton.
Alice was the daughter of John Millington of Hatheren and Catherine Shuttlewood of Selby Leicestershire. They had married on June 6, 1808, and Alice was baptised on the same day, with her twin brother William.
His son William Daniel Calladine (16 on my ahnentafel) was born there. With the death of his grandmother Elisabeth Calladine, (nee Brown) the family moved back to Heanor.
Elizabeth the second child was baptised on March 26, 1829 at Heanor St Lawrence.
1841 census HO 107/188/18. living at Woodend Heanor/Park and are all down as FWK.
Daniel Calladine 39, (1802)
Alice 38, (1803)
William (son) 16, (1825)
They are living next door to Daniel (father) Elijah (brother) and Jane Beswick (nee Brown Calladine, sister)
The 1851 census is interesting, the family have moved about a hundred yards up the road, and there is a mystery grandson that I have yet to identify. William is still at home, but not for long, as his visitor Emma Blyton, became his wife 27 days later.
1851census H0107 2125 352, 14, Langley Mill, Heanor. enumeration District of Eastwood
Daniel Calerdine Head 49 (1802) Stocking Maker born at Derbyshire, Heanor
Alice wife 48 (1803) born at Leicestershire, Hathern
William son 28 (1823) Stocking Maker born at Leicestershire, Hathern
Thomas grandson 3 (1848) born Derbyshire, Heanor
Emma Blyton visitor 21 (1830) born at Nottinghamshire
William and Emma were married ( Marriage certificate xv 722) at The Independent Chapel Ilkeston on 28/04/1851.
1861 census RG9/2438 folio 69. living at High Street, Basford.
Daniel Calladine 58 (born 1802) at Heanor Derby F.W.K. Cotton Stocks
Alice 57 (born 1803) at Hathern Leicester
Thomas grandson 13 (born 1848) at Derby Heanor.
1871 census. Address Nelson Street, Basford. RG10/3484 folio 40
Daniel Calladine Head M age 66 Frame Work Knitter born Derbyshire Heanor
Alice " Wife M " 67 " Leicestershire Hathern
Alice died in September 1873, and Daniel re-married Rebbeca Lightoler Jun 1876 at St Leodegarius (Basford)
1881 census RG11 3328 / 99 36. Dwelling 38 Nelson Street Nottingham
Daniel CALLADINE Head M Male 76 Basford, Nottingham, England Hosiery Maker
Rebecca CALLADINE Wife M Female 76 Basford, Nottingham, England
Daniel was admitted to Nottingham Union Workhouse 7th January 1890. The records state that he was a F.W.K and a Methodist born 1803 and died there 12th June 1890 aged 87.
Children of Daniel CALLADINE and Alice MILLINGTON are:
William Daniel Calladine, 1827 - September 6, 1899, M Emma BLYTON April 28, 1851.
Elizabeth CALLADINE, March 26, 1829, ? M Robert WAYNE August 29, 1853.