1836 William Calladine of Hucknall, Shetland Shaw Mnf
WILLIAM CALLADINE was born October 15, 1836 in Hucknall Torkard, the eldest son of William Calladine (1803-1886) and Mary Buck (1807-). He married LOUISA ?. She was born 1838 in Hucknall Torkard, Nottinghamshire. I have copied extracts from J. H. Beardsmore's, History of Hucknall Torkard, 1909 reprinted 1983, Curios press, Hucknall, as well as correspondence from Williams descendants and cousins).
Framework-knitting (often abbreviated as 'FWK') – the predominant occupation in Hucknall-Torkard went into steady decline with the introduction of steam powered knitting machines. About 1852, the Shetland hosiery business sprang up, and gradually gave work to the men who had been previously engaged in spider-work (lace) stockings and gloves (see Shetland Shawl Journal). Companies included Messrs William Barker, William Calladine, Michael Wilkinson, Henry Rhodes, Joseph Stainforth, Thomas Dawson and Ruben Cale was engaged in this class of manufacture.
The evidence of the prosperity occurs in the different public functions that William became engaged. The Act of 1870 opened a new era of education in Hucknall. A school board was speedily erected comprising the Rev. Curtis Jackson, and Messrs W. N. Ball, W. Calladine, J. E. Ellis, and T Hardy. Beardall street schools were built at a cost of nearly £2000 by Mr W. Stainforth....William J. Calladine (p 133 ibid) purchased the land in Green Dragon Lane, (£375 1876), for construction of the new chapel [Baptist]. Mr William Calladine senior and Jr appear in the photo of the laying of the memorial stone by the Mayor.
The 1881 census returns show the family in Albert Street, Hucknall Torkard, RG11 3334 / 28 50
William CALLADINE Head M Male 54 Hucknall Torkd, Nott, Shetland Shawl Manufacturer (1837)
Louisa CALLADINE Wife M Female 43 Hucknall Torkd, Nottingham, England (1838)
Eliza CALLADINE Daur U Female 18 Hucknall Torkd, Nottingham, Silk Mill Sticher (O) (1863)
John CALLADINE Son U Male 17 Hucknall Torkd, Nottingham, Colliery Clerk (1864)
Elizabeth CALLADINE Daur Female 15 Hucknall Torkd, Nott, Shetland Shawl Dresser (O) (1866)
Milicent CALLADINE Daur Female 13 Hucknall Torkd, Nottingham, Monitor (1868)
William C. CALLADINE Son Male 10 Hucknall Torkd, Nottingham, England (1871)
Ernest CALLADINE Son Male 6 Hucknall Torkd, Nottingham, England (1875)
Annie L. T. CALLADINE Daur Female 4 Hucknall Torkd, Nottingham, England (1877)
A report of the Byron Charity from 1907 records that
In 1888, the charity commissioners directed that there should be eleven trustees, seven to be chosen by co-option and four by the local board. the co-opted trustees are now the Vicar and Messrs Wm. Granger, Hy. Rhodes, Charles Daws, Hy. Johnstone, Peter Howis, and Wm Musson. The District Council four trustees are Messrs Frank Whyatt, Wm. Stainforth, William J. Calladine and William Elkington. Mr Wm. Jacklin is the clerk. in 1906 the income was £271 16s. 8d., £82 1s. 6d. yielded from rents and £189 15s. 2d by investments.
Children of WILLIAM CALLADINE and LOUISA ? are:
ELIZA CALLADINE, b. 1863, Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham.
JOHN CALLADINE, b. 1864, Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham.
ELIZABETH CALLADINE, b. 1866, Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham.
MILICENT CALLADINE, b. 1868, Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham.
WILIAM J. CALLADINE, b. 1871, Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham.
ERNEST CALLADINE, b. 1875, Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham.
ANNIE L. T. CALLADINE, b. 1877, Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham.
Williams son JOHN CALLADINE (1864) carried on the business in Hucknall Torkard. He married ELIZABETH JENNINGS 1885 in General Baptist Church Hucknall Torkard. Both gave service on the Hucknal School Board
John had started work as a colliery Clerk, for the father of his Aunt (Ellis).