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Rhodes HARDIKER (1885-1953)
Rhodes HARDIKER , son of James Thomas HARDIKER (1858-1894) and Ellen Rosamia TYRELL (1860?- ), was born on 6 October 1885 in Rochdale, Lancashire, England. 1 In 1891 he was resident in Rochdale, 9 Back Crawford St. In 1901 he was resident in Rochdale, 12 Linsey St. In 1901 he was a Doffer(?) in Cotton Mill. He married Florence BIRCH in 1905 in Rochdale, Registry Office. 2 In 1911 he was resident in Rochdale, 1 Sykes Court. In 1911 he was a General Labourer. In 1914 he was resident in Rochdale, 17 Clement Street. On 14 September 1914 he was a Soldier, Private, Lancashire Fusileers. In 1920 he was a Velvet Finisher. In 1920 he was resident in Rochdale, 32 South Lane. On 12 April 1921 he was a Soldier: Private: 90 days Emergency Service. In 1921 he was Roman Catholic. On 6 May 1921 he was a Soldier: Acting Corporal: 90 days Emergency Service. He died in 1953 in Littlebro, Lancashire, England. 3
Lancashire Fusiliers regimental number 9349
Absent without leave: 10 Oct 1917. Reduced to the ranks.
Labour Corps regimental number 494890
The 90 Emergency Service would have been when the government threatened to send the army in to deal with the miners strike.
Florence BIRCH was born in 1885 (approx.) in Rochdale. In 1911 she was resident in Rochdale, 1 Sykes Court. In 1911 she was a Ring Spinner, Cotton. In 1920 she was resident in Rochdale, 32 South Lane. She and Rhodes HARDIKER had the following children:
|1||1885 Oct-Nov-Dec Rochdale 8e 16.|
|2||1905 Jan-Feb-Mar Rochdale 8e 68.|
|3||1953 Apr-May-Jun Littlebro 10d 85.|
|4||1907 Apr-May-Jun Rochdale 8e 53.|
|5||1971 Apr-May-Jun Littlebro 10d 286.|
|6||1911 Oct-Noc-Dec Rochdale 8e 19.|