Tag Archives: Nottingham

Jane Ann Caddy: born 1867

┬áJane 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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Thomas Edward Caddy Jnr: born 1861

Thomas Edward Caddy jnr is the 3rd son of Thomas Edward and Ellen Caddy, born in Sandbach, Cheshire on the 15 May 1861. According to the census records of 1881 and 1891 (see below), Thomas is an Engine Fitter living … Continue reading

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Joseph Caddy: born 1857

Joseph Caddy born 22 July 1857 in Co Galway, Ireland and is the eldest son of Thomas Edward Caddy and Ellen Ryan.

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Victorian Tradecard

It’s funny the things that you can find on ebay. I hadn’t even thought to have a look, however, when I posted recently about Thomas Caddy’s invention of a fire bar, Kylie Chapman hopped online and found these Tradecards from … 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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