Tag Archives: Constance Annie Carson

The Family of James Ryan Caddy [1859-1931]

The family group report of James Ryan Caddy and Anne Carson who arrived in Fremantle, July 1884 with their 6-month-old son, Thomas Hollingsworth Caddy. I understand that I have all my information on here, all I ask is that you … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #28 – Travel – Ann Carson

Week 28 prompt, Travel! We only have to go back 2 or 3 generations to find that all of our ancestors have travelled. The majority of mine on both my father and mother’s side, have travelled from the UK to … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #25 – Same Name – James Ryan Caddy

Ancestors with the same name can sometimes cause a lot of confusion when doing your family tree. Then the one that has an unusual middle name which turns out to be the same surname as a mother or another ancestor, … Continue reading

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52 Ancestors #15 – A Worried Mother – William Henry Caddy

Keeping in with my April theme of remembering our ANZACs, this week I’m resurrecting another blog from 2014.  William Henry Caddy is the 8th child of James Ryan Caddy and Constance Annie nee Carson and a younger brother to my … Continue reading

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Stepping Back 10 Years to 1871

When we step back through the years, we find the Caddy’s living on Cathcart Street, Nottingham during the 1871 census. A quick search online and we find that it is not a very nice area nowadays. What with ongoing fights … Continue reading

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Who Shall be Named Constance?

It is very interesting to note the name Constance. My grandmother Annie Herbert went by the name of Constance Annie on her wedding day and when she died. However at birth, she is listed as Annie. She also had a … Continue reading

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