Monday, 27 May 2013

Percy Philps Candler

Percy Philps Candler son of Lawrence Candler and Anna Maria Vlieland.born March 1876 Auckland.
Name:Percy P Candler
Event Type:Census
Event Date:1891
Relationship to Head of Household:Son
Birthplace:Crook, Durham
Schedule Type:Household
Registration District:Auckland
Ecclesiastical Parish:Stanley
Parish:Crook And Billy Row
1881 Census:East Lodge, Crook & Billy Row, Co. Durham - 5 with parents and 9 siblings
1891 Census: East Lodge, North Roddymoor, Crook - with parents age 15 - Colliery Clerk

14/02/1900 Northern Echo - Crook Rider pays heavy damages - Percy Candler, of East Lodge. Crook, assistant viewer, was sued for £25 4s for personal damages by Wm. Stoker and wife, of Sunniside....On 15th March last year... . Mrs Stoker was knocked down by a bicycle ridden by the defendant, ... 4 weeks in bed ... 12 in bandages ...She recieved a letter "from Mrs candler and Son" stating that they were sorry for what had occurred and enclosing half a crown which they returned, .judgement was found for the plaintiff in the sum of £20.
another article in Daily Gazette for Middlesbrough on Wednesday 14 February 1900 is appended

1901 Census: Peases West, Crook , Durham - age 25 - with parents and 3 siblings - Colliery Surveyor

and is this his death: CANDLER, Percy Mile End Old Town q4 1907 Age at death:34 Volume no: 1C Page no: 260

Percy Philps Candler's Grandad Lawrence Candler (1805-1892) married Susannah Philps
Wednesday 13 October 1830 Bury and Norwich Post - On Thursday last at the Friends' Meeting-house, in Goat Lane, Mr. Lawrence Candler, of Cringleford Mills to Susannah, daughter of the late Mr. James Philps, of High Wycombe, Bucks.

Percy Philps Candler's Father Lawrence Candler (1833-1912), who married Anna Maria Vlieland, had one sister Mariana Candler (1836-1917). She and husband John Brown Jr of Erith, Hunts (married 10/03/1864 at the friends meeting house Upper Goat Lane Norwich) had two sons, both Ackworth Scholars (a famous 'Friends' school). The younger was Oliver Philps Brown (b1880). The younger was John Lawrence Brown (b1875) - so both surnames were used!

thanks Ray

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