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1844 John Calladine (Salford) saw miller
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
JOHN CALLADINE the third son of William Calladine (1803-1886) and Mary Buck (1807-) was born 1844 in Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham. He married ANNIE K. ELLIS. She was born 1848 in Manchester, Lancashire. John moved to manchester where he was...
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1803 William Calladine (of Melbourne Derbyshire) in Hucknall
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
On of the few good points about having a line of relatives, whom changes Christian names, is that it tends to make you do very good general research. This is another of those blind alleys I went along searching for my family, until I managed to...
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The Shetland Shawl Industry of Hucknall-Torkard
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
Framework-knitting (often abbreviated as 'FWK') was the predominant occupation in Hucknall-Torkard during the first half of the 19th century. It was a cottage industry synonymous with worker exploitation and poverty, which boiled over in...
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1836 William Calladine of Hucknall, Shetland Shaw Mnf
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
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....
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1828 Charles Calladine of Hucknall - butcher
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
CHARLES CALLADINE the second son of William Calladine (1803-1886) and Mary Buck (1807-) was born October 13, 1828 in Hucknall Torkard, Nottingham. He married ALICE DOBB November 21, 1853 in Hucknall Torkard St Mary, daughter of CHARLOTTE. She...
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Wirksworth Parish 'other' Calladine entries in Derbyshire Petty sessions
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
cases from Derbyshire Petty sessions 1770-1828 1820.1 CALLADINE John (Ripley, ML) Farmer [Poaching on sunday] 1st offence (Hurt c) 1827.2 CALLADINE Phillip (N/s, ) N/s [Trespass: wilful. (kemp john] fine: 1/= (Halton) 1828.4 CALLADINE Thomas...
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Wirksworth Parish Census Returns Calladine entries
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
1901 census #52---Derby Road, 2---[Wirksworth]--- W497a Joseph TOMLINSON Head W 83 M Living on own means Carsington W497b Anna M CALLADINE Niece S 40 F Alderwasley...
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List of Wills in Matlock Archive, (Derbyshire) with Calladine connection
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
Derbyshire Wills CALLADINE Ann 1911 Horsley Woodhouse CALLADINE Annie 1912 South Wingfield CALLADINE Emma 1883 Derby CALLADINE George 1868 Horsley Woodhouse,Horsley CALLADINE George 1871 Derby CALLADINE George 1876 Derby CALLADINE John...
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Wirksworth Parish Records, St Marys, Calladine entries
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
C 1861may05 CALLADINE Anna maria=Elias/Mary(Alderwasley)[Farmer],#2105 C 1863may10 CALLADINE Joseph=Elias/Mary(Alderwasley)[Farmer],#2233 C 1865dec03 CALLADINE Thomas william=Elias/Mary(Alderwasley)[Farmer],#2391 C 1867apr21 CALLADINE Sarah...
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Heage Baptisms Alphabetical - Calladine
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
Surname Childs name(s) Fathers Name(s) Mothers Name(s) year m d Entry Remarks CALLADINE ANNE WILLIAM ANNE 1821 12 25 146 Alphabetical Burials 1847 to 1864 Surname First name Abode Day Mnth Year Age Entry Information...
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Five Famous facts about the Blyton's, the roots of writer Enid Blyton
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
This is the kind of story that you should read wrapped up tight with ham sandwiches and lashings of Branston pickle, only the pickle was not invented until 1920, and Julian, Dick, Anne, George, and the dog Timmy were distant seeds of an unborn...
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Calladine Single Name Study
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
Hi, I am attempting to complete a one name study of the surmane Calladine, and all its variations in England. I suppose it would be more correct to say that I am attempting to finish the start of a one name study. I am slowly placing journals...
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Making the most of the Church of The Latter Day Saints archives.
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
This is not about religion, but about how we as genealogists can cash in on the the largest collection of free family history, Family tree and genealogy records in the world. When they claim that on the web site, they are not kidding, for...
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Calladines shop, Heanor
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
Whilst looking into the Calladine Family of Heanor, I had some correspondance with a Paul Calladine in early 2004. He was the son of Harold Calladine who was born in 1924 and ran the fruit and veg shop in Heanor. His father was Thomas...
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1827 William Daniel Calladine, Framework Knitter of Nottingham
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
I am the direct descendant (g3 grandson) of Daniel Calladine. Daniel was born William but in the tradition of my strange family, changed his name to Daniel in 1891, upon the death of his Dad. Therefore, I refer to him as William Daniel Calladine -...
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Framework Knitters of the East Midlands FWK's
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
FWK anyone who has delved into their family tree, and whose ancestors come from the East Midlands, the initials FWK will have appeared on many census records. The letters stand for Framework Knitter, an occupation almost unique to the counties...
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1838 Harry Fuller
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
I am the direct descendant (gg grandson) of Harry Fuller. Harry was born the ninth child of Firman Fuller (1804 July 26, 1869) and Eliza Reeves (c1805 1870) in 1838. He was born in a small town of March, Cambridshire. March, the county...
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1841 James Birchenough
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
I am the direct descendant (gg grandson) of James Birchenough. James was born the First child of James Birchenough (c1818 after 1881) and Ellen Hussey (c1818 after 1881) in 1841. He was born in a small town of Worsley, near Salford, which is...
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May / Risner family line
by msveneto 9 years, 6 months ago
My Mother's side of the family is very interesting to me and I've been researching it and of course getting more and more intrigued with branching off and searching other sides of the family as well. Her name is Wanda Mae Risner d/o Osville...
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Calladines' Hole Nottinghamshire
by Dave Calladine 9 years, 6 months ago
I am looking for my family history, or to be precise - to find out if the family folklore is true. I want to identify the Nottingham pit (coal mine) where my great granddad discovered the River Trent to be full. He put in a pickaxe and started a...
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