A Real Treasure

This next piece of memorabilia is a little older than what we have seen previously. James Ryan Caddy was an iron and brass moulder, and had several patents to his name. During his time as a moulder he created a mould for a Punch door stop for each of his children, he then destroyed the mould. This one was left to James Herbert, grandson of James Caddy and eldest son of Annie Herbert née Caddy. When James Herbert passed away, he left it to Raymond John Herbert, (AKA John) his nephew.

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About Jenny MacKay

Just a person who is looking forward to retirement and enjoying the golden years!
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