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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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James Ryan Caddy: born 1859

James Ryan CADDY Birth: 1859 РCongleton, Chester, England Died: 1931 РNortham, Western Australia Buried: 1931 РNortham, Western Australia Father: Thomas Edward CADDY (1835-1908) Mother: Ellen RYAN (Abt 1838- ) Marriage: 1883 Place: Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England

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Here he is!

Here’s my great grandfather James Caddy, born on the 24th March 1859 at Silk Street, Congleton, a sub-district of the Counties of Chester and Stafford. His father is Thomas Caddy; Occupation Iron Moulder and mother, Ellen Caddy formerly Ryan. Note … Continue reading

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The Birthplace of James Ryan Caddy

Although there is much more to learn about the Caddy’s in Nottingham and during their time in Northam, I will keep stepping back in time as far as I had previously gone when I was actively researching and my subsequent … Continue reading

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