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Timothy HARDIKER (1806-1867)
Timothy HARDIKER , son of William HARDIKER (1784-1850?) and Mary CROWTHER (1787?- ), was born in 1806 in Preston, Lancashire, England. He was baptised on 7 September 1806 in St John's Church, Preston. He married Margaret DOVER in 1829 in Liverpool, Lancashire, England. In 1841 he was resident in Liverpool, In 1841 he was a Painter. In 1848 he was resident in Liverpool, 132 Upper Frederick Street. In 1851 he was a Master Plumber. In 1851 he was resident in Liverpool, In 1861 he was a Painter and Plumber. In 1861 he was resident in Liverpool, He died in 1867 in West Derby, Lancashire, England. 1
Possible match for a report of a dissolved partnership:
Times Online 6 July 1843 page 8
J Hamer and T Hardiker, Liverpoo, plumbers.
False weights and measures
Liverpool Mercury 31 Oct 1848
On Friday, the Mayor, with Messrs. Bolton and Booth sat in the Se4ssions House, for the purpose of hearing informations against persons summoned for using improper weights and measures. The following is a list of all the cases disposed of:-
Timothy Hardiker, plumber, &c., 132 Upper Frederick Street, four weights 4.5oz light. - 5s. and costs.
Margaret DOVER was born in 1808 (approx.) in Kendal, Westmorland, England. In 1841 she was resident in Liverpool, In 1851 she was resident in Liverpool, In 1861 she was resident in Liverpool, She died in 1878 in Liverpool.
Liverpool Mercury 18 May 1852
On Saturday evening last, the workmen, &c, in the employ of Mr. Timothy Hardiker, painter, plumber, &c., met at the house of Mr. Lewis, licenced victualler, Upper Frederick Street, to celebrate the aniversary as well as the expiration of the apprenticeship of Mr. George Hardiker, eldest son of Mr. Timothy Hardiker.
They sat down to a bounteous supper prepared in the true old English style, presentted to them by their respected and liberal employer. After the cloth had been drawn, toast and song enlivened the festibve board, in which Mr. Hardiker seniot, most cordially joined. The harmony was kept up until a late hour.
Margaret DOVER and Timothy HARDIKER had the following children:
George HARDIKER (1831-1892). George was born on 12 May 1831 in Liverpool. He was baptised on 30 May 1831 in St Peter's Church, Liverpool. He married Elizabeth HAYTHORNTHWAITE in 1855 in Civil Marriage, Birkehhead, Cheshire, England. 2 In 1861 he was resident in Liverpool, 2 Nile St. In 1861 he was a Painter and Beer House Keeper. In 1871 he was resident in Liverpool, 123 Park Lane. In 1871 he was a Licenced Victualler. He married Margaret MCCONVILLE in 1877 in Liverpool. 3 In 1881 he was resident in Liverpool, 123 Park Lan. In 1881 he was a Licenced Victualler. On 31 August 1892 he was an Out of business (Licenced Victualler) in St Michaels near Liverpool. 4 He died in 1892 in West Derby. 5
William Dover HARDIKER (1833-1899). William was born in 1833 in Liverpool. He was baptised on 22 April 1833 in St Peter's Church. In 1861 he was resident in Liverpool, No 5 Court 2, Rathbone Street. In 1861 he was a Painter Grainer. In 1881 he was resident in Liverpool, 5 Burnby Rd. In 1881 he was a Painter. He died in 1899 in West Derby. 6
Mary HARDIKER (1834- ). Mary was born in 1834. She was baptised on 17 November 1834 in St Peter's Church.
John HARDIKER (1840-1911). John was born on 4 November 1840 in Liverpool. 7 He was baptised on 28 March 1841 in St Peter's Church. In 1861 he was resident in Liverpool, He married Sarah Jane PERRY in 1862 in St Peter's Church. 8 In 1871 he was resident in Liverpool, 162 Upr Frederick St. In 1871 he was a Master Plumber employing 4 men & 3 boys. In 1881 he was resident in Fornby, Liverpool, Lancashire, England, 7 Burnby Rd. In 1881 he was a Painter Master. In 1891 he was resident in Waterloo, Lancashire, England, 16 St John's Rd. In 1891 he was a Living on own means. In 1901 he was resident in Tranmere, Birkenhead, Lancashire, England, 17 Stuart Road. In 1901 he was a Living on own means. In 1911 he was resident in Southport, Lancashire, England, 13 Poulton Road. In 1911 he was a Retired Plumber. He died in 1911 in Ormskirk, Lancashire, England. 9
|1||1867 Apr-May-Jun West Derby 8b 362.|
|2||1855 Apr-May-Jun Wirral 8a 491.|
|3||1877 Oct-Nov-Dec Liverpool 8b 39.|
|4||Times Online: 31 Aug 1892, page 5.|
|5||1892 Oct-Nov-Dec West Derby 8b 390.|
|6||1899 Oct-Nov-Dec West Derby 8b 242.|
|7||1840 Oct-Nov-Dec Liverpool 20 448.|
|8||1862 Apr-May-Jun Liverpool 8b 316.|
|9||1911 Oct-Nov-Dec Ormskirk 8b 1052.|