Ngaretta Sribar is researching the Candlin family.
Charlotte Candlin married Thomas Hardwick, stone quarries labourer. Charlotte a dressmaker
Charlotte Candlin born Whitwell 1836
Thomas Hardwick born Whitwell 1836
1871 census ??Lane. Whitwell Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire RG10/3463 folio 48 page49 civil parish Whitwell. Reg district Worksop Carburton. schedule no 196.
children Sarah Ann age 11 born Whitwell
Mary age 8 born Whitwell
Rebecca age 5 born Whitwell
Edith age 2 born Whitwell
John age 6mths born Whitwell
RG12/2649 Folio 73 page 19 1891 census
Scarcliffe Village, Scarcliffe Derbyshire (Mansfield Pleasely) schedule 110
Thomas Hardwick Coalminer age 55
Charlotte age 55
John Hardwick age 21
Jane Hardwick age 19
George Hardwick age 12
schedule 98 Scarcliffe Village 1891 census same page as above
Joseph Hardwick age 30 Coalminer born Palterton Derbyshire
Rebecca Hardwick age 25 daughter to Charlotte & Thomas.
Joseph Hardwick married Rebecca Hardwick Dec 1886 District of Mansfield, Derbyshire, Nottinghamshire.
My Grandmother was Rebecca & Josephs daughter. I have documents relating to births, marriages etc
My family came from England after WW11, On searching documents I found my GGrandmother was born in Whitwell, (Rebecka Hardwick) to parents Thomas Hardwick (Whitwell), Charlotte Hardwick nee (Candlin) both born <1837>
The post office in High Street I found interesting as Rebecka Hardwick was a servant for the Rotherham family in 1881.
I also noticed in 1841 & 1851 census, Charlotte Candlin (GGGrandmother) lived at High Street.
Charlotte & Thomas Hardwick lived at Scotland Road Whitwell, with children, Edith, John, Mary, Rebecka, Sarah-Ann.
All the children were born in Whitwell.
Rebecka Hardwick married Joseph Hardwick (Palterton) Dec 1886, living Scarcliffe Village 1891, Elm Tree Scarcliffe 1901,
with Thomas Hardwick (wid) aged 64, & John Hardwick (son) next door Elm Tree.
As you can see this is only half a book I could write but I wish not to bore you. The outcome of Joseph & Rebecka is a very sad story which brings sadness to my heart.
I do know Whitwell was a major part in the lives of all my ancestors at that time.