Category Archives: Caddy

Week 23 – A Quirky Family Story of the Lost Ring

This is just a little a little story that I remember about my grandmother, Annie Herbert née Caddy. Nanna, as we used to call her, often visited us on the farm at Mumby, Northampton for Christmas, although there were other … Continue reading

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A Hint to One’s Ancestry

When researching your family history, often times the mother’s maiden name can remain elusive if it hasn’t been recorded on a certificate anywhere. Sometimes the answer could be revealed right before your very eyes that you hadn’t seen previously. Check … Continue reading

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What a Find!

It’s been a while since I blogged on the Caddy page but I wanted to share these little treasures with you. Recently my cousin John contacted me to say he was going to visit his father and scan his photo … Continue reading

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A Time Past

I am writing this post on the WordPress app as we travel back from Perth to Geraldton on Boxing Day after spending Christmas with our daughters, their partners and the grandchildren. It was while I was travelling that the realisation … Continue reading

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Jane Ann Caddy: born 1867

 Jane Ann CADDY is the youngest of the children of Thomas Edward Caddy and Ellen Caddy. As we’ve already learned from previous posts, Thomas and Ellen got into some trouble with the law about the time the 2nd daughter Mary … Continue reading

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Nottingham Church Cemetery

I was very excited a few weeks ago when Kylie Chapman contacted me with details of The Rock Cemetery where she had found that Thomas Edward Caddy and his wife Eleanor Caddy (Ryan) were both buried there, along with their … Continue reading

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