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Joseph CADBY
Father: James CADBYMother: Mary (Cadby)
Born:16 May 1815Birmingham

Baptised:11 Jun 1815Birmingham, Summer Lane, formerly New Hall St. New Jerusalem
From register
Married:5 Jun 1838Edgbaston Parish ChurchHatchett StreetFrom certificate
From register
Died:27 Oct 1874Birmingham, Prescott StreetPrescott StreetAge 57. Occupation Mathematical Instrument Maker. Informant Josiah Cadby fo Sutton Place, Lennox Street, Aston.From certificate

Buried:31 Oct 1874Key Hill Cemetery, BirminghamLaurel Place, Prescott StreetBuried in 24 Vault L. Age 57 years.
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Spouse: Mary Barbara (Cadby) CURTIS
Josiah CADBYcirca1840
Charles CADBYcirca1844
Tom Curtis CADBYcirca1846
Una Ann (Cox) CADBY1850res1929
Ann L CADBYcirca1853
1841Joseph CadbyBirmingham, WarwickshireGreat Russel Street, Court 11,No 725Mathematical Instrument Maker
1851Joseph CadbyAston, WarwickshireWilton Street, Wilton Terrace36Tool Maker
1861Searched using findmypast for Jospeh, Mary, Una A and Cadby in 1861 Census, but nothing found.
1871Joseph CadbyBirmingham, WarwickshirePark Road, Edward Pl No 155Tool Maker and Engineer
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General photo of Key Hill Cemetery in Birmingham.

Ordance Survey (all rights reserved) 1903 25 inch map showing outline of Key Hill Cemetery in Birmingham
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1861 Census
Witness to marriage - Unna Ann Curtis
Identity of Joseph Cadby

When Una Ann Cadby married her father is given as Joseph Cadby a toolmaker.
Her birth certificate gives her parents at Joseph Cadby and Mary Cadby, formerly Curtiss.
Thus the identity of Joseph and Mary seems fairly certain.
No 1861 Census entry has been found but the 1851 Census confirms the names.
From the censuses Joseph was born in Birmingham around 1815.
Two possible baptisms have been found, but one of these children died in infancy.
Therefore it seems reasonably certain that Joseph was the son of James and Mary Cadby.
The marriage certificate does not give the name of Joseph's father.
Birth of Joseph Cadby

There are two posible baptisms (registers for both inspected).
	1)  to William and Elizabeth Cadby
		26 Dec 1814 Birmingham St Philip's
		Address Summer Lane, Birmingham
		This child apparently died and was buried 9 Jan 1816 - parents names given.
	2) To James and Mary Cadby 11 Jun 1815
		At 'Summer Lane, formerly New Hall St. New Jerusalem'
		It appears therefore that this is the correct Joseph.
Death of Joseph Cadby

Burials for Joseph Cadby born about 1815.
1816-01-09 age 21 months - St Mary Whttall ST, Birmingham
	21 months => born Apr 1814. Child of William and Elizabeth Cadby.
1874 - Key Hill Cemetery, Birmingham (age not known)
  The death certificate information confirms that this is the correct Joseph.
Death Notice - Birmingham Daily Post 31 October 1874, page 8 column 7
 CADBY- ON the 27th inst. at his residence, Prescott Street, after a long and painful affliction, borne with Christian patience, in his 58th year. Joseph Cadby.
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1838 Burgess Roll for Birmingham
Homes and Occupations
1838Hatchett Street, EdgbastonTook MakerMarriage certificate
1841Great Russel Street, Court 11, No 7, BirminghamMathematical Instrument Maker1841 Census
1851Wilton Street, Wilton Terrace, AstonTool Maker1851 Census
18525 Wilton Streeet, LozellsTool Maker1852 Slaters Directory
1858Berners Street, AstonGent.1858 Dix DirectoryMay be a different Joseph Cadby.
1871Park Road, Edward Place No 1, BirminghamTook Maker and Engineer1871 Census
1871Back 482 Park Road, BirminghamOpticianMary's death certificate
1873Took makerUna Ann's marriage certificate
1874Prescott Street, BIrminghamMathematical Instrument MakerDeath certificate
Trades Directories
Slater's1852Cadby, Joseph5 Wilton StreetTool Maker