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Family of William HOADLY and Catherine RHODES

Husband: William HOADLY (1769-1830)
Wife: Catherine RHODES (bef1766-bef1828)
Children: William HOADLY (1799-1854)
John Charles HOADLY (1801-1865)
Samuel HOADLY (1804-1865)
Alexander HOADLY (1806-1891)
Marriage 26 Nov 1798 Middlesex, London1
St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London
Witness: Frances RHODES
Witness: Thomas RIDOUT

Husband: William HOADLY

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William HOADLY, 1914, age 145

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William HOADLY, 1842, age 73

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William HOADLY

Name: William HOADLY
Sex: Male
Father: Samuel HOADLY ( -1806)
Mother: Elizabeth MILLER ( -1802)
Birth 3 Mar 1769 Otham, Kent?
Christening Week Street Independent Chapel, Maidstone, Kent2
Residence 1790 (age 20-21) Maidstone, Kent
Maidstone Poll Book 22/6/1790
Residence 26 Nov 1798 (age 29) St George Hanover Square, Middlesex1
Residence 1805 (age 35-36) Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
Holden's Triennial Directory 1805/6/7
Residence 1827 (age 57-58) Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
Pigot's London And Provincial New Commercial Directory 1826-7
Occupation Coachmaker3
Religion Chosen As A Deacon, Week St Independent Chapel2
Death Aug 1830 (age 61) Maidstone4
Burial 28 Aug 1830 Otham Churchyard, Kent4
Auction 30 Jul 1839 (age 70) Maidstone, Kent
Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
Sale - probably of house owned by William Hoadly Snr (1769-1830) in Week Street, and also that of his brother-in-Law, Charles Day - detailed in the London Times.

The Times: Wednesday July 29th 1829 Page 4

Freehold Property, at Maidstone and Newhithe, in Kent, - By STEVENS and BRENCHLEY, at the Bull Inn, Maidstone, To-morrow, July 30,

ALL those Two Dwelling-houses and Gardens, with appurtenances, situate on the east side of Week-street, in Maidstone, and now or late in the occupation of Mr. James Boomy, butcher, and Mr. William Hoadley. Also all that dwelling-house, situate in the same street, opposite to the High-street of Maidstone, in the occupation of Mr. Gandy, confectioner. Also all that extensive and capital brick-built malt-house: comprising 2 floors and vaults under the same 5 kilns, and every convenience necessary for the malting 120 quarters a week; situate in Week-street, and now in hand. Also all that new brick-built messuage, situate in King-street, in occupation of Mr. French, clockmaker. Also all that messuage and premises lately called the Roebuck, and the 4 cottages, ropewalk, and piece of orchard ground thereto adjoining, containing altogether 2 acres and a half, situate in the Moat-road, Maidstone, and in the occupation of Mr. Robinson, Varty and others. Also all that messuage (in two dwellings) and garden, lately called and known by the name of Little Crown, situate at the bottom of the High-street of Maidstone, and in the occupation of Charles Day and another. Also all those three brick-built tenements and blacksmith's forge adjoining the sign of the King's Head, in the borough of Westree, in the occupation of John Tabram and others. Also all those two cottages and gardens, situate in Water-lane, in the occupation of William Spencer and Russell. Also all those two pieces of building land, in hand, in lots of 100 feet each, situate on the north and south sides of Brewers-street, in Maidstone aforesaid. Also all that cottage and piece of land, containing about an acre, at Newhythe, near Maidstone, in the occupation of Thomas Duddings and others. Particulars and conditions of sale may be had at the place of sale; of Messrs. Hoare and Neale, solicitors, Maidstone; and of Stevens and Brenchley, 36, Old Jewry.

Wife: Catherine RHODES

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Catherine RHODES, 1842, age 76

Name: Catherine RHODES
Sex: Female
Father: John RHODES ( - )
Mother: Mary ? ( - )
Birth bef 21 May 1766 Maidstone, Kent
Christening 21 May 1766 (age 0) Maidstone, Kent5,6
Residence 26 Nov 1798 (age 32) St George Hanover Square, Middlesex1
Death bef 19 Apr 1828 (age 61) Maidstone, Kent4
Burial 19 Apr 1828 Otham Churchyard, Kent4

Child 1: William HOADLY

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William HOADLY, 2005, age 206

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William HOADLY

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William HOADLY

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Spouse: Sophia Maria STILL

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Spouse: Sophia Maria STILL

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Spouse: Sophia Maria STILL

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Spouse: Sophia Maria STILL

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Spouse: Sophia Maria STILL

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Spouse: Sophia Maria STILL, 2014, age 215

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5 Augusta Place Leamington Spa. William, Sophia Maria Hoadly and their children were living here at the 1841 Census. Note the arch, underneath which coaches could pass.

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2005, 10 Leigh Street, St Pancras, London.. William Hoadly died here in 1854

Name: William HOADLY
Sex: Male
Spouse: Sophia Maria STILL (1798-1877)
Birth 7 Nov 1799 Maidstone, Kent?7,8
Disslolution of Partnership 12 Nov 1831 (age 32) Maidstone, Kent
Partnership - probably between siblings William and Alexander Hoadly, dissolved; noted in the London Times.
The Times: Saturday November 12th 1831 Page 2

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

… W. and A. Hoadly, Maidstone, coach-builders …
Residence 10 Jul 1832 (age 32) Northampton, Northamptonshire
Residence 5 Aug 1832 (age 32) Northampton, Northamptonshire9
Augustin Street
Occupation 5 Aug 1832 (age 32) Coach Maker; Northampton, Northamptonshire9
Residence 1 Sep 1834 (age 34) Leamington, Warwickshire
Newspaper Report 1 May 1841 (age 41) Leamington, Warwickshire
Augusta Place
Leamington Spa Courier 01 May 1841

"COACH MANUFACTORY

WILLIAM HOADLY

Manager for the last 10 years to the late Mr Mulliner, Coach manufacturer.

Begs to inform the Nobility, Gentry, and Inhabitants of ROYAL LEAMINGTON SPA and the Neighborhood that he has taken extensive Premises in AUGUSTA PLACE, where he intends to carry on the COACH MAKING BUSINESS in all its Departments, and he trusts that by employing the best Workmen, using the best Materials, and a strict personal attention to the Business, combined with reasonable charges, to receive a share of that patronage which it will be his anxious wish to merit.
Augusta Place, Royal Leamington Spa, 13 April 1841"
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 40) Leamington, Warwickshire10
Bedford Street, Leamington, Warwickshire
Occupation 6 Jun 1841 (age 41) Coach Builder; Leamington, Warwickshire10
Newspaper Report 26 Aug 1843 (age 43) Leamington, Warwickshire11
Royal Leamington Spa Courier and Warwickshire Standard 26 Aug 1843

"William Hoadley [sic] was fined 6d., and costs, for suffering his chimney to be on fire."
Newspaper Report 23 Sep 1843 (age 43) Leamington, Warwickshire
Leamington Courier 23 Sep 1843

"Unreserved Sale of
Freehold Coach manufactory and Houses,
Leamington Priors.

To be sold by Auction by
Mr. Enoch
At the Bath Hotel Leamington, on Tuesday the 26th day of Spetember, ins. at Four o'clock in the afternoon precisely, in the following Lots, by order of the Devisees for sale, under the will of the late Rev. Thomas Geldhart.

LOT 1
All those most excellent and extensive buildings now used as a Coach manufactory, with the Cottage, Stables, and other conveniences and large yard attached, situate in Augusta Place, and forming the most complete and desirable situation for business in the town of Leamington, and now in the occupation of Mr. Hoadley [sic], at the low rent of £70.

Lot 2
All those three dwelling-houses and premises with the yards, gardens, and other conveniences attached, with back entrances, being numbers 25, 26 and 27 Chandos Street, and in the occupation of Messrs. Rolls, Bennett, and Hudson, at low rents amounting to £43 a year.

For a view of the Lots, apply on the premises, and for further particulars to Mr. ENOCH, Auctioneer, Warwick, or to Mr. WRATISLAW, Solicitor, Rugby.
Rugby, September 11th, 1843"
Deed of Assignment 28 Mar 1844 (age 44) Leamington, Warwickshire
Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette 06 April 1844

"ASSIGNMENTS

HOADLY William (March 28) of Leamington Priors, coach and carriage manufacturer - Trustees, thomas Collier of Leamington Priors, gent., and Samuel Wagstaff Smith, of Leamington Priors, iron-founder - Sols. Mesrs. Russell, Leamington Priors"
Newspaper Report 6 Apr 1844 (age 44) Leamington, Warwickshire
Royal Leamington Spa Courier and Warwickshire Standard April 6th 1844

"Notice is hereby given

THAT WILLIAM HOADLY of Leamington Priors in the County of Warwick, Coach and Carriage Manufacturer, hath by Deed of Assignment bearing date the 28th day of March 1844 assigned over all his Personal Estate and Effects whatsoever and wheresoever, unto THOMAS COLLIER of Leamington Priors aforesaid, Gentleman, and SAMUEL WAGSTAFF SMITH of Leamington Priors aforesaid, Ironfounder, upon the trusts therein mentioned for the benefit of the Creditors of the said William Hoadly and in the said Deed, which was duly executed by the said William Hoadly, Thomas Collier and Samuel Wagstaff Smith, on the said 28th day of March Instant, in the presence of and attested by CHARLES RUSSELL aforesaid of Leamington Priors, Solicitor, is contained a Proviso that in case any Creditor or Creditors of the said William Hoadly shall, for three months after Notice for that purpose given, refuse or neglect to execute the said Deed of Assignment, such Creditor or Creditors shall be excluded from all benefit under the trusts thereof.

And Notice is hereby also Given

That the said Deed of Assignment is lodged at the Office of WILLIAM and CHARLES RUSSELL, 37 Church Street, Leamington Priors, for the inspection of, and execution by the Creditors of the said William Hoadly. All persons indebted to the Estate of the said William Hoadly, are requested forthwith to pay the amount of their respected Debts to either of the above named Trustees or to
WM. and CHAS. RUSSELL,
their Solicitors"

It would therfore seem that William has got into finacial difficulties, and in order to avoid bankruptcy, has lodged a Deed of Assignment.

This is the Wikipedia definition:

Deeds as alternatives to bankruptcy

Deed of assignment - document in which a debtor appoints a trustee to take charge of property to pay debts, partly or wholly, as an alternative to bankruptcy.
Newspaper Report 6 Apr 1844 (age 44) Leamington, Warwickshire
Perry’s Bankrupt Gazette 06 April 1844

"ASSIGNMENTS

HOADLY William (March 28) of Leamington Priors, coach and carriage manufacturer - Trustees, thomas Collier of Leamington Priors, gent., and Samuel Wagstaff Smith, of Leamington Priors, iron-founder - Sols. Mesrs. Russell, Leamington Priors"
Newspaper Report 27 Apr 1844 (age 44) Leamington, Warwickshire
Augusta Place
Royal Leamington Spa Courier and Warwickshire Standard April 27th 1844

"TO COACH AND CARRIAGE MAN"FACTURERS

In the matter of WM. HOADLY of Leamington Priors, in the County of Warwick, Coach and Carriage Manufacturer.

To be sold by Private Contract

The whole of the COACHES, CARRIAGES, PHAETONS, GIGS, DOG CART, TWO MAIL CARTS, STOCK-IN-TRADE, IMPLEMENTS of TRADE, and GOOD WILL of the BUSINESS lately carried out by the said WM. HOADLY, in Augusta Place, Leamington Priors.

The Stock-In-Trade consists of (amongst other things) of 6 Stage Coaches, 3 of which are now let out on Mileage to Messrs. WADDELL and BROTHERTON and one to Mr. CHAS. PRICE. 3 gigs, 3 Chariots, 3 Phaetons, 1 Car, 2 Mail Carts let out on Mileage; 3 new Phaeton bodies, 1 new Dog Cart body; 4 sets of Single Horse Harness; The Implements of trade together with Timber, Iron &c. will be found such as are usual and necessary in a business of the like nature.

There is a good trade to the Shop, and the above Business will be found worthy of the attention of any Person having a Capital of from £300 to £600.

The Assignees are willing to dispose of the whole of the above Stock-In-Trade, Good Will &c., &c by a valuation to be ascertained in the usual way by two referees and an umpire.

For futher particulars apply to Messrs RICHARDS and WALKER, Solicitors, 29 Lincolns Inn Fields.

37 Church Street, 22 April 1844"

Newspaper Report 20 Jul 1844 (age 44) Leamington, Warwickshire
Bedford Street
Royal Leamington Spa Courier and Warwickshire Standard April 27th 1844

"To Coach Makers and Others.

UNRESERVED SALE

MESSRS. WHITE & SON

Have received instructions from the Trustees of WILLIAM HOADLY, Coach maker, appelated under a Deed of Assignment for the Benefit of Creditors,

to sell by auction

On FRIDAY and SATURDAY the 26th and 27th days of July 1844 on the Premises, at the SHOP and REPOSITORY, AUGUSTA PLACE, LEAMINGTON PRIORS.

ALL THE STOCK-IN-TRADE,
WORKING MATERIALS & TOOLS

Consisting of well seasoned Timber, Ash Planks, quantity of Leather and Skins, Oils, Varnishes and Colours; new and old Lamps, {?} and Linings; quantity of Tire Iron and Steel; Patent and other Axles; and Pellies [?]; Coach-maker's and Smith's tools; Unfinished work; Phaetons and Gig Bodies and Wheels; GIGS, MAIL CARTS, CHARIOTS, HARNESS &c.

Six Stage Coaches in capital condition;
and other valuable Effects too numerous to be named within the limits of an Advertisement.

*** Catalogue on Monday"

"The Public are respectfully informed that the

SALE OF HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE

Advertised to take place upon the Premises of WILLIAM HOADLY, BEDFORD STREET, on Thursday 23rd day of July next and the

STOCK AND MATERIALS

To be sold on the 26th and 27th July next, on the Premises in AUGUSTA PLACE, Leamington Priors,

IS POSTPONED

UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

WHITE & SON, Auctioneers,
Leamington Priors, July 19th 1844"
Newspaper Report 27 Jul 1844 (age 44) Leamington, Warwickshire
Royal Leamington Spa Courier and Warwickshire Standard April 6th 1844

"In the Matter of WILLIAM HOADLY, of LEAMINGTON PRIORS in the County of Warwick, Coach Builder

Notice is Hereby Given

that the Creditors of the said WILLIAM HOADLY who have already executed or assented in writing to the Deed of Assignment, may receive a first dividend of 5s in the Pound on their respective debts, on making application at our offices on and after the 1st day of AUGUST next.

All creditors who have not already ececuted the Deed of Assignment must do so before they receive the dividend.

WM. & CHAS RUSSELL,
Solicitors to the Trustees
37, Church Street, Leamington Priors
26th July 1844"
Newspaper Report 24 Aug 1844 (age 44) Leamington, Warwickshire
Augusta Place
Leamington Spa Courier 24 August 1844

"COACH MANUFACTORY
AUGUSTA PLACE, LEAMINGTON

W. Hoadly most repectfully begs to return his sincere thanks to the Nobility, Gentry and Inhabitants of LEAMINGTON and its Vicinity, for the liberal patronage that has been conferred on him since his comencement in business, and, at the same time, to assure them that no exertions on his part shall be wanting to assure a continuance of the same.

W. H. hopes that by employing the best workmen, using the best materials, and a strict personal attention to all business entrusted to him, combined with the most reasonable charges, to secure that preference which it will ever be his anxious study to deserve.
Augusta Place,
16th August 1844"
Residence 1845 (age 45-46) Leamington, Warwickshire
5 Augusta Place, Leamington, Warwickshire
PO Directory of Warwickshire 1845:

Hoadley Wm. Coachbuilder 5 Augusta Place
Residence 1847 (age 47-48) Banbury, Oxfordshire12
Bridge Street, Banbury, Oxfordshire
Newspaper Report 15 May 1847 (age 47) Leamington, Warwickshire
Leamington Courier 15 May 1847

"LEAMINGTON POLICE INTELLIGENCE, Wednesday. - Before W. C. RUSSELL and H. BRADLEY, Esqrs. - Emma Mucklow was brought to the Station House on Sunday morning between one and two o'clock, charged with being drunk and disorderly. She had been released on bail. Committed to House of Correction for one month.- James Smith was in custody on a warrant, for doing malicious damage to a dog cart, the property of William Crockett. the evidence of Mr. John Seed, in support of the complaint, was - i keep the Swan Inn, in Clarendon Street; I and Mr. Crockett went to Harbury on Thursday, the 6th of may, in his dog-cart. We stopped at the Dog Inn. the prisoner was there and told me he as sub-contractor of the railway, and gave me an order for some ale and porter. In about half an hour after this Mr. Crockett and myself were preparing to come home. I was in the dog-cart, and was driving through the village, to take Mr. Crockett up, and stopped at the door of the Crown Inn for that purpose. Mr. Crockett got into the dog-cart. The defendant was standing by, and asked me for some more ale. I refused, and he got on the shaft. I tld him to get down, but he refused. There was a man standing at the head of the horse on the near side who then moved the horse a little to the right, in doing which the shafts of the dog-cart snapped suddenly in two. we were both thrown out. - By the Bench: The reason he asked me to treat him was bbecause he had given me the order. I had previously given him some beer. he swore he would not get off the shaft, but insisted on riding. he was very drunk.-
Mr. Hoadley [sic], coach-builder, of Leamington, was called to prove that he had repaired the vehicle at an expense of £3 12s. - The charge was withdrawn, on that sum, together with 5s. for costs, being paid by the defendant."
Newspaper Report 19 Feb 1848 (age 48)
Leamington Courier 19 Feb 1848

"SATCHELL and WILLCOX v. HOADLEY [sic]

Mr. SNAPE, for the plaintiffs, and that the defendant, who did not appear, and against whom several orders of the Court have been issued, had offered him 10s in the pound to discharge the debt, but he had refused to accept that sum. His HONOUR ordered a commital for twenty-one days."
Newspaper Report 13 May 1848 (age 48) Leamington, Warwickshire
Leamington Courier 13th May 1848

" Important Sale of Wines
Royal Leamington Spa
Mr. G. B. MARGETTS
Has received instructions
to Sell by Auction,
Without reserve, on WEDNESDAY, May the 17th, 1848, on the Premises known as HOADLEY'S COACH MANUFACTORY, Augusta Place, Leamington."
Newspaper Report 14 Dec 1850 (age 51) Leamington, Warwickshire
Leamington Courier 14 Dec 1850

"A CORRECTION. - Mr. Editor, _ Confident that you do not wish errors - however unimportant - to crep into your articles of local information, I beg to correct one in that headed "St Luke's Episcopal Chapel" in last week's Courier, viz., the passage
"from the fact of a Roman Catholic School having been lately established in the centre of Augusta Place." The fact is, that school was built three years before Hoadley's carriage manufactory was altered to its present form, and opened on last St. Luke's day. Hoping his prayers may assist to turn the edifice to good purpose, I remain, Mr. Editor, yours &c., AN OLD INHABITANT, - Leamington, Dec. 9, 1850"
Census 30 Mar 1851 (age 50) St Giles in the Fields, London13
24 Endell Street, St Giles, London
Occupation 30 Mar 1851 (age 51) Coach Maker; St Giles in the Fields, London13
Occupation Coachmaker; Railway Clerk14
Residence 26 Apr 1854 (age 54) Folkestone, Kent
Occupation 15 Oct 1854 (age 54) Railway Clerk
Death 15 Oct 1854 (age 54) 10 Leigh Street, St Pancras, Middlesex15
Cause: Pneumonia 1 week. Effusion 3 weeks
Address: 10, Leigh Street, St Pancras, Middlesex

Child 2: John Charles HOADLY

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John Charles HOADLY

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John Charles HOADLY

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Spouse: Mary BROOMFIELD

Name: John Charles HOADLY
Sex: Male
Spouse: Mary BROOMFIELD (bef1794-1864)
Birth 23 Apr 1801 Week Street, Maidstone, Kent16,17
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 40) Maidstone, Kent18
Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
Occupation 6 Jun 1841 (age 40) Haberdasher; Maidstone, Kent18
Christening 2 Feb 1844 (age 42) Week Street Independent Chapel, Maidstone, Kent19
Census 30 Mar 1851 (age 49) Maidstone, Kent20
92 Week Street, Maidstone Kent
John Charles is listed as blind on the 1851 census
Occupation 30 Mar 1851 (age 49) Haberdasher; Maidstone, Kent20
Census 7 Apr 1861 (age 59) Maidstone, Kent21
Grove House, Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
John Charles was registered as blind in 1861 census
Occupation 7 Apr 1861 (age 59) Proprietor of Houses; Maidstone, Kent21
Will 11 Apr 1864 (age 62) Maidstone in the County of Kent22
Maidstone, Kent
This is the last will and testament of John Charles Hoadly of Maidstone in the County of Kent Gentleman I give and devise all those (…) or tenements and premises belonging to and situate at Shoreham in the County of Kent in the occupations of Mrs Turner and Mrs Wood with the yards gardens and appurtenances thereunto belonging unto my son Alexander Hoadly his heirs and assigns for ever And I give and bequeath all other (…) estate whatsoever and wheresoever, except trust or mortgage estates and all my (….) whatsoever unto and equally between my two daughters Mary Frances and Catherine Rhodes the wife of Mr John Fullagar of Town Malling in the said County of Kent Draper their heirs executors administrators and assigns absolutely according to the nature and quality of the same respectively as tenants in(….) and not as joint tenants And I give and devise all estates vested in me as a trustee or mortgagee unto my trustees and executors hereinafter named upon and for the trusts and equities affecting the same And lastly I hereby revoke all former wills or testamentary documents and of this my last will and testament I do hereby appoint my said son Alexander Hoadly and the said John Fullagar and my said daughter Mary Frances Hoadly to be the Trustees and Executors In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this eleventh day of April one thousand eight hundred and sixty four - John Charles Hoadly - Signed by the said testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us present at the same time when at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses - Knowles King Solr, Maidstone - Henry Hughes Solr Maidstone

PROVED at London 22nd June 1866 by the oath of John Fullagar out of the Executors to whom (…) was granted power reserved of making the (…) Grant to Alexander Hoadly the son and Mary Frances Hoadly Spinster the Daughter the other Executors.
Occupation Tea Dealer;Fancy Worsted Warehouse Haberdasher;Proprietor Of
Religion Admitted To Week Street Independent Chapel 2 Feb 1844
Death 5 Jul 1865 (age 64) Maidstone23
Burial 8 Jul 1865 Maidstone, Kent24
Maidstone Cemetery, Maidstone, Kent
Probate 22 Jun 1866 Principal Registry
Effects Under £200

Child 3: Samuel HOADLY

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Samuel HOADLY

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Samuel HOADLY, 2014, age 209

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Samuel HOADLY, 2014, age 209

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Samuel HOADLY, 2014, age 209

Name: Samuel HOADLY
Sex: Male
Spouse: Emily GUNTER (bef1804-1874)
Birth 23 Dec 1804 Week Street, Maidstone, Kent25,26
Christening Week Street Independent Chapel, Maidstone, Kent19
Residence 18 Jun 1827 (age 22) St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London27
St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London
Court Case 14 Feb 1833 (age 28) London, Middlesex
The Old Bailey, London, Middlesex
JAMES MOORE, theft: simple grand larceny, 14 Feb 1833.
The Proceedings of the Old Bailey Ref: t18330214-228
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Verdict: Not Guilty,
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NEW COURT. WENDESDAY, FEBRUARY 20TH.

Fifth Middlesex Jury, before Mr. Common Sergeant.

657. JAMES MOORE was indicted for stealing, on
See originalthe 14th of February, 1 piece of cloth, value 6d.; 1 wrench, value 3s.; 1 patent cutter, value 3s.; 2 head-knuckles, value 2s. 6d.; 10 plates, value 1s.; 3 hinges, value 3d.; 100 screws, value 6d.; 64 bolts, 2s.; 100 brads, value 6d.; 2 knives, value 1s.; 1 file, value 1s., and 1 fork, value 6d., the goods of Samuel Hoadley.

MR. CLARKSON conducted the prosecution.

SAMUEL HOADLEY. I am a coach-maker; my manufactory is in Hind-mews - the prisoner was eighteen months in my employ. On the 14th of February, I got an officer, and went to his house; I there found this piece of cloth, which I know to be mine - the prisoner denied it, and said he had bought it in Oxford-street, but afterwards he said he thought it was mine - that he had put into his pocket to do a job to some nobleman's carriage, and had forgotten to take it out of his pocket again; but he had no business with it, as he is not employed in that way - I found this patent washer-cutter there and some other things; this cutter has my initials on it - I found this file, these brads, and other articles; I found this wrench, which he acknowledged to be mine; he said he had had it upwards of six months to do a job, and had forgotten to return it - these two knives and a fork have the name of Gurney, of Maidstone, on them, and I bought them there by chance - the value of the property is about 100l.

COURT. Q. Might he have had these things for use, and not returned them? A. I found part of my property working up for other persons; he ought not to have worked for other persons - he told me he was satisfied with his wages, and did not wish to work over-time.

ROBERT CROWE (Police-serjeant D). I took the prisoner.

Prisoner's Defence. This washer-cutter my master gave me to use, and said if I lost it he should expect another made - I could not use it, and he got me a new one made; I took the wrench in my pocket on the Saturday before to work at the other shop; I took it to my house to take the next morning - I took the piece of cloth to finish a gentleman's carriage, and there is grease on it now; I did not say I bought it, my wife said she thought I had - these brads and screws are what I bought before I went to the prosecutor; I was out of a situation four months, and worked for different stable-keepers, in repairing carriages.

MR. HOADLEY. He was a coach-maker's labourer, not a coach-maker; I should not think he could repair carriages; he stated that he bought near a thousand nails and brads at the same place where he said he bought this file, but they do not sell files there; I lost some thousands of screws in whole papers, and these papers were found at his house.

NOT GUILTY.
Court Case 16 Nov 1833 (age 28) London, Middlesex
Insolvent Debtor's Court, London
The Times: Monday November 18th 1833

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT, Nov. 16

Frederick John Street was opposed by Mr. Cooke for Mr. Hoadly, coachmaker, of Oxford-street; by Mr. Woodroffe for Mr. Gardiner, of the Bull Inn, Holborn; and by Mr. Palliser, saddler, of Finsbury, in person: he was supported by Mr. Nicholls.
The insolvent came of age in 1831; he had been entitled under the will of his father to 1,450l. His debts amounted to 800l. In the commencement of the present year he had contracted the debt due to Mr. Hoadly; it amounted to 147l: before the contracting of this debt he had bought a cabriolet of Mr. Hoadly, and paid for it in ready money; the present debt of 147l was for a Tilbury and gig, made to order. Mr. Hoadly deposed that he had given the insolvent credit upon his representation to him that he had an income of 1,200l a year, which he received by quarterly payments, and that his demand should be paid out of that income. This statement as to the representation of his income the insolvent denied ever to have been made by him to Mr. Hoadly. Mr. Hoadly had also made some inquiries amongst persons at Brighton as to the respectability of the insolvent, and the answers to them had been satisfactory. The demand of 147l not having been paid within a reasonable time, legal measures were adopted to compel the payment, and in August last, by the consent of a Mr. Waterman of Sutton, who had acted on the occasion as attorney for the insolvent, judgement was signed for the plaintiff in the action. This consent was almost on the very eve of the day of trial at the assizes at Croydon, and had eventually produced no pecuniary benefit to Mr. Hoadly, who had incurred great expense in the prosecution of his suit.
Mr Gardiner, of the Bull Inn, Holborn, had been induced to trust the insolvent from the respectability of his appearance. He had lived some time at the Bull , and his horses, gigs, &c, had "stood" in the yard at that place. He had heard from a Mr. Adams, who drove one of the Brighton coaches, that he was a respectable man. His tavern bill at the Bull accounted to upwards of 19l., no part of which had been paid. Mr. Gardiner had been so impressed with the notion of the respectability and integrity of his guest, that he had been induced to become bail for him in the action brought by Mr. Hoadly; he had understood him to be worth 1,200l a year, but could not positively affirm that the insolvent had so represented his income to him, or that he had become bail on that representation. Mr. Gardiner, however, "had never been so deceived in his life:" in consequence of his having become bail, he had by the behaviour of the insolvent been very nearly saddled with the debt of 147l due to Mr. Hoadly, and it had cost him in law expenses nearly 30l to relieve himself from the responsibility he had incurred. The insolvent had gone down to Sutton to the house of Mr. Waterman, the attorney, and Mr. Gardiner had followed him in a postchaise, brought him back to London, and rendered him a prisoner to the Fleet, in discharge of himself. He described him as "seemingly very shy" on the occasion.
Mr. Palliser, who conducted his own case, complained in no measured terms of the conduct of the insolvent, whom he described as having come to his shop in the beginning of the present year, and ordered a couple of horse-collars. Mr. Palliser had been directed to take his bill on the evening the order was executed to the Craven Hotel, at which place the insolvent had resided previously to his appearance at the Bull; he had done so, but had been told that Mr. Street had gone to the play: he had received a further order for harness &c., to be sent to Brighton, which, as he considered the insolvent a respectable man, he had executed: payment, however, being delayed, his suspicions had been excited; he had written a very forcible letter to Brighton to the insolvent, which had been answered by another person in the name of the insolvent; in the answer promises of payment were held out, which had not been complied with.
In the course of the examination it appeared that shortly before going to prison the insolvent had been in possession of seven horses, a Tilbury, and a gig; that in the course of the present year he had contracted bills with saddlers and harness-makers to the amount of 112l; that no part of this property was now forthcoming for the benefit of the creditors; and that, with the exception of a curious specification in the schedule of "pigeons, a pheasant, two dogs, mud boots," &c., there was little or nothing to liquidate their demands.
It was urged by Mr. Cooke that this case exhibited one of the most disgraceful scenes that had ever come before a court of justice. The debt to Mr. Hoadly had been incurred by a fraudulent representation; and subsequently to the incurring of it, property, which ought to have gone to pay it and other creditors, had been made away with in a most unjustifiable manner. To support the latter ground of opposition, the learned gentleman alluded to evidence which had been given by several witnesses, from which it appeared that the insolvent had purchased straw and corn of Mr. Waterman, senior, the father of Waterman the attorney, to the amount of 14l 16s.; that Waterman, the attorney, acting as attorney for his father, had brought an action to recover that amount; that he had signed judgement and taken out execution for the debt and costs; that two of the horses, a Tilbury and two sets of harness had been sold at the Greyhound Inn, at Sutton, under the execution, and had produced 64l, of which produce, after satisfying the debt and costs and paying the expenses of the sale &c., scarcely a fraction was left for the creditors; that the sale under the execution had taken place since the insolvent had bee in prison, and whilst Waterman, the attorney, had been employed as his attorney in other business; and that it was in evidence upon the oaths of Mr. Blackenbury (a friend both of the insolvent and of Waterman the attorney), and of the insolvent himself, that an exchange of horses had taken place at the house of Waterman, the attorney, between Waterman, the attorney, and the insolvent, which exchange was to go in discharge of the debt due to Waterman the elder. Mr. Blackenbury, however, could not swear that it was to go in discharge of the costs in the action, nor did he give his testimony till pressed by the Court. Waterman himself distinctly denied that the exchange was to go in discharge of the debt or costs.
It came out in the course of examination, that a Mrs. Yates, the mother of the insolvent, had since his confinement in the Fleet Prison remitted to him 170l, of which sum no mention was made in his special balance-sheet; to account for the disposition of this money it was now stated that 25l had been returned to Mrs. Yates, about 70l had been expended in the support of the insolvent, and about 60l had been retained by Mr. Waterman to meet his demand for costs incurred in actions brought against defendant, in which he had been employed by him subsequently or immediately previous to his going to prison in July last.
The learned Commissioner BOWEN, after a patient examination of the evidence, which lasted the whole day, adjourned the case for the production of a verified account of all money transactions between Mrs. Yates and the insolvent; for the production of the banking account kept with Messrs. West, Hall and Co., of Brighton; for an account current of all payments &c., between Mr. Waterman, the attorney, and the insolvent; for an amendment of the special balance-sheet of the schedule; and for the insolvent to re-advertise his residence at a place he had omitted to state. The learned Commissioner then stated, that when these things should have been done, an adjudication should be given, and that the adjudication would subject the insolvent to a very long remand.
Court Case 28 Apr 1834 (age 29) London, Middlesex
Insolvent Debtors' Court, London
The Times: Tuesday April 29th 1834

INSOLVENT DEBTORS' COURT, April 28

Cesar Adam Marcus de Wuits, Count de Wuits, was opposed by Messrs Nicholls and Bodkin, for Mr. Samuel Hoadly, of Oxford-street, coach-builder, and for Lady Hamilton Williams, executrix of Sir Andrew Williams; by Mr. Cresswell, for Mr. Hartwig, a dealer in cigars, &c., at Antwerp, and other creditors at Antwerp; by Mr. Sandford, fdor Messrs. Houlditch, coach-makers, Long-acre, and for Mr. Bull. He was supported by Messrs. Cooke and Woodroffe.
The insolvent was before the Court on a former occasion, in March last, when his case was adjourned, in order that amendments might be made to the schedule &c.
It appeared that the Count had married a lady of fortune, of Glamorganshire, of the name of Gwynne, in the year 1823; the marriage had been celebrated at the chapel of the British Embassy at Paris. In May last the Count and his wife arrived in England. The total amount of the debts and liabilities of the Count was about 10,000l; of this sum he had received consideration for 1,500l only, which debts were due to foreign and English creditors; the debts due to the latter creditors were 500l. Four horses and some other property had been given up to the officer of the court for the benefit of the creditors.
The opposition of Mr. Hoadly was grounded on his own evidence, and that of a person in his employment, that the insolvent had represented to him that he had certain property in Wales, but that the rents would not be available for some months; he bought a phaeton of Mr. Hoadly, for which he gave a bill of exchange for 70 guineas, payable at six months, and referred him to a saddle-maker and a horse-dealer for testimonials of his capability of payment. The reference proved satisfactory. The insolvent subsequently hired a cabriolet of Mr. Hoadly, and was in his debt for the hiring and some other things, to the amount of 20l. The bill of exchange for 170 guineas was not yet due; but it was held by the Court that Mr. Hoadly was entitled to oppose upon it as a debt for which he was a creditor.
On the cross examination of Mr. Hoadly by Mr. COOKE, it was admitted by that person that he had seen the insolvent in prison, and proposed to him to omit his name from his schedule, and pay him his demand after his discharge from prison. Mr. Hoadly affirmed that he was not aware that it was imperative on the insolvent to set forth every debt in his schedule; he had no idea that he had made a proposition that he ought not to have made.
The COURT regretted that such a proposition had been made, for it was impossible after such an admission that the opposition could be supported. The learned Chief Commissioner wished it to be distinctly understood, and widely circulated, that the Court would never suffer a creditor to maintain an opposition after a proposition of the character of that to which he alluded.
Mr. CRESSWELL produced no evidence on the part of the Antwerp creditors, and his opposition in consequence came to nothing.
Mr. SANDFORD did not produce Mr. Houlditch or any evidence on his behalf, and his opposition was consequently not substantiated.
An inquiry was then made into the property, and into the disposal of certain plate, &c., but nothing was established to affect the insolvent. Mr. Houlditch had had a brizschka returned to him, and an offer had been made to Mr. Hoadly to return to him the phaeton he had sold to the insolvent.
The insolvent, who is a remarkably fine young man, gave his answers with the greatest candour; it appeared from them that he had paid in cash and bills nearly 200,000 francs for his father, who is a French General, now living at Lechlin-castle, in the neighbourhood of Antwerp, but that he had not put his name in his schedule as a debtor to that amount.
The COURT ultimately adjourned the case for an inventory of the contents of two boxes at the house of the solicitor of the insolvent, and for the production of a person of the name of Lyon, and another of the name of Colbez, and for 10l to be paid into court as the value of a diamond ring which the insolvent had given to a lady.
Auction 18 Jul 1838 (age 33) London, Middlesex
92 New Bond-street, London, Middlesex
The Times: Wednesday July 18th 1838

No 92 New Bond-street, 3 Woodstock-street, Oxford-street, and Hinde's-mews, Marylebone

MESSRS. LESLIE and SON will SELL by AUCTION, upon the Premises, 92 New Bond-street, in July, by order of the Assignees of Mr. Hoadly, coachmaker, the valuable LEASES of a capital DWELLING-HOUSE and front SHOW SHOP, in New Bond-street, held at a low rent; a substantial manufactory and shop, 3, Woodstock-street, held for nearly 30 years; and an extensive manufactory, yard, stable, workshops, and premises, in Hinde's-mews, Marylebone-lane, 16 years of which are unexpired, at the low yearly rent of £97. May be viewed until the sale, and particulars had upon the premises; of Messrs. Burgoynes and Thrupp, solicitors, 160, Oxford-street, west corner of Stratford-place; of G. Gibson, Esq., official assignee, Basinghall-street; and of Leslie and Son, auctioneers, 45, Margaret-street, Cavendish-square.
Dividend 1 Aug 1838 (age 33) London, Middlesex
The Times: Wednesday August 1st 1838

DIVIDENDS ….

CERTIFICATES to be granted, unless cause be shown to the contrary on or before Aug. 21

… S. Hoadly, New Bond-street, Hanover-square, coach-maker
Auction 9 Aug 1839 (age 34) London, Middlesex
36 St Martin's lane, Charing Cross, London
The Times: Friday Aug 9th 1839 Page 1

CARRIAGES. - Mr. HOADLY begs to announce that he is instructed to SELL by AUCTION on the Premises 36 St Martin's lane, Charing Cross, THIS DAY, August 9, at 12, a large STOCK of excellent new and second hand fashionable CARRIAGES; consisting of coaches, landaus, chariots, landaulets, barouches, britzakas, barouchets, a britzaka landaulet, mail driving phaetons, cabriolet phaetons, shifting body phaetons, cabriolets, tilburies, stanhopes, light gigs, a deer or luggage van, other carriages, harness and coachmakers' effects. May be viewed. Catalogues had on the premises; or at the auctioneer's office, 1 Newman-street, Oxford-street.
Auction 24 Aug 1839 (age 34) London
36 St Martin's-lane, London
The Times: Saturday Aug 24th 1839 Page 1

CARRIAGES by AUCTION. - Mr. HOADLY begs to announce that he will SELL by AUCTION on the Premises, 36 St Martin's-lane, on Thursday, August 29, a large ASSORTMENT of new and second-hand well-built fashionable CARRIAGES; consisting of coaches, chariots, landaus, barouches, britzakas, droitzalm chariots, barouchets, britzaka phaetons, mail driving phaetons, phaetons, cab phaetons, cabriolets, stanhopes, tilburies, and other coachmakers' effects, dry ash plank &c. Those desirous of sending carriages or other effects in the coachmaking trade should make early application at his carriage agency office, 1 Newman-street, Oxford-street. May be viewed three days previous to the sale and catalogues had on the premises.
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 35) Chiswick, Middlesex28
Turnham Green Terrace, Chiswick, Middlesex
Occupation 6 Jun 1841 (age 36) Auctioneer; Chiswick, Middlesex28
Auction 20 Mar 1843 (age 38) London, Middlesex
6 Brecknock-terrace, Camden Town, London
The Times: Monday March 20th 1843

Brecknock-terrace, Camden-town. - Modern Furniture

MR. HOADLY will SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, 6 Brecknock-terrace, To-morrow, March 21, at 12, the excellent modern HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE; comprising rosewood sofa and chairs, loo, card, and other tables, rosewood cabinet, easy chair, dining room chairs and table, handsome chimney-glasses, plated tea and breakfast service, four-post and other bedsteads with furniture, excellent feather beds and bedding, mahogany chests of drawers, handsome mahogany marble-top washstands and fittings, dressing tables and glasses, carpets, linen, china, glass, plated articles, floorcloth, and numerous effects; also a fashionable phaeton; by order of the assignees of Mr. Alexander Hay, a bankrupt. Catalogues had on the premises; of T. Alenger, Esq., official assignee; and at the auctioneer's offices, 41 Margaret-street, Cavendish-square, and 87, Newman-street, Oxford-street.
Census 30 Mar 1851 (age 45) St Pancras, Middlesex29
12, Stanhope Place, Saint Pancras, Marylebone, Middlesex
Occupation 30 Mar 1851 (age 46) Auctioneer; St Pancras, Middlesex29
Death 1 Oct 1865 (age 60) 28 George Street, Portman Square, London30,31
Residence 2 Oct 1865 (est) (age 60) Marylebone, London32
28 George Street, Portman Square
Burial 5 Oct 1865 (age 61) Brompton, Middlesex32
Brompton Cemetery, Brompton, Middlesex

Child 4: Alexander HOADLY

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Alexander HOADLY

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Alexander HOADLY

Name: Alexander HOADLY
Sex: Male
Spouse: Mary DUNN (1804-1841)
Birth 19 Aug 1806 Week Street, Maidstone, Kent33,34
Christening Week Street Independent Chapel, Maidstone, Kent19
Disslolution of Partnership 12 Nov 1831 (age 25) Maidstone, Kent
Partnership - probably between siblings William and Alexander Hoadly, dissolved; noted in the London Times.
The Times: Saturday November 12th 1831 Page 2

PARTNERSHIPS DISSOLVED.

… W. and A. Hoadly, Maidstone, coach-builders …
Residence 4 Apr 1833 (age 26) of this parish35
Census 6 Jun 1841 (age 30) Maidstone, Kent36
Week Street, Maidstone, Kent
Occupation 6 Jun 1841 (age 34) Coach Builder; Maidstone, Kent36
Newspaper reference 4 Aug 1846 (age 39) London, Middlesex
The Times, Tuesday August 4th 1846, page 10

AS COACHMAN, a respectable middle-aged married man, who perfectly understands his business, the treatment and management of horses; is now leaving whoilly through a death, and the breaking up of the establishment. Has an excellent seven years' character. Does not object to town or country, or to make himself useful. Address to N.B. Castle Bar-hill Lodge, Ealing, or Mr. Hoadly, coach-builder to the Royal family, High Street, Kensington.
Census 30 Mar 1851 (age 43) Kensington, Middlesex37
57 Kensington High Street, Kensington, Middlesex
Occupation 30 Mar 1851 (age 44) Coachbuilder; Kensington, Middlesex37
Occupation 17 Sep 1857 (age 51) Coachmaker38
Census 7 Apr 1861 (age 52) Kensington, Middlesex39
57 Kensington High Street
Occupation 7 Apr 1861 (age 54) Coachbuilder employing 10 men; Kensington, Middlesex39
Court Case 17 May 1867 (age 60) London, Middlesex
Court case involving Alexander Hoadly (Snr) and his nephew - probably Henry Hoadly, who was a coach painter / herald painter. Reported in the London Times.
The Times: Friday May 17th 1867 - Page 11

HOADLEY V. JENKINS

Mr Beasley was council for the plaintiff; and Mr Joyce and Mr. Rigby for the defendant.
The action was brought by the plaintiff, a coachbuilder at Kensington, to recover 76l. 12s. for a waggonette and repairs thereto. The defendant pleaded his discharge under a composition deed. The plaintiff had refused to assent to the deed, but the requisite majority of creditors has assented to a composition of 2s. 6d. in the pound, and the only question in this case was whether the amount the plaintiff was entitled to had been tendered to him or to a person authorised by him to receive it. The tender, in point of fact, was made to the plaintiff's nephew, who was in his employ as a coach painter, but had no authority to cast in this matter. The nephew refused to take the money, and it was not left.
The jury returned a verdict for the plaintiff, finding that the nephew was not authorised to accept the tender.
Auction 25 Jul 1868 (age 61) London, Middlesex
57, High Street, Kensington, London
The Times, Saturday July 25th 1868, page 1

No 57, High Street, Kensington

Mr. LESLIE will SELL by AUCTION, on the Premises, on Wednesday, 12th of August, and the following days, at 12 by order of Mr. Hoadly, whose premises are required for the Kensington Improvements, the STOCK of 50 new and second-hand BROUGHAMS, Landaus, Phaetons, a Fourgon, Waggonettes, Chariots, Barouches, and other modern carriages, new bodies and carriages, ash plank, elm panel board, stocks, spokes, [gillies], iron platforms, smith's tools, bellows, anvils, vices, from, [megi], springs, axletrees, wheels, colours, oil, varnish, cisterns, counting-house desks, heraldry, fixtures and fittings, and other effects. May be viewed and catalogues had two days before the sale of the auctioneer, 45, Margaret Street, W.
Census 3 Apr 1881 (age 72) Huntley House Western Road Bishopsteignton Devon
RG11/2158/9/11
Will 7 Aug 1890 (age 83) Northfleet, Kent40
21 Pier Road Rosherville Northfleet Kent
THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me Alexander Hoadly of no. 21 Pier Road Rosherville Northfleet Kent Gentleman.
1. I appoint my nephew Alexander Hoadly and my friend [?] Haynes of Maidstone Kent Ironmonger my Executors and declare that the term "my Trustees" hereinafter used shall include my said Executors and the survivor of them and the executors or administrators of such survivor their or his assigns or other the trustees or trustee for the time being of this my Will.
2. I give all my real and personal estate to my trustees upon trust as soon after my decease as conveniently may be to convert the same into money with all the powers of absolute owners and to stand possessed of the net proceeds to arise therefrom and my ready money and thereout pay my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and invest the balance of such net proceeds on authorised securities.
3. Upon trust to pay the Annual product and income arising therefrom into the proper hands of my daughter Elizabeth Catherine Gray for and during her life for her sole and separate use and so that my said daughter may not have power to alienate dispose of or receive the same or any part thereof in the way of anticipation.
4. And from and after the decease of my said daughter upon trust to realise the said investments and to pay and divide the net proceeds of such realisation unto and equally between all the children of my said daughter living at my decease and the issue per [stripes?] attaining twenty one of such one or more of them as may predecease me such issue taking the share only to which their part would have entitled if living.
5. Notwithstanding the direction aforesaid I empower my trustees in their discretion to continue in their then state of investments at my decease without being responsible for any loss, which may happen thereby.
6. I revoke all former wills in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this seventh day of August one thousand eight hundred and ninety - Alex. Hoadly -
Signed by the said Alexander Hoadly the testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us both present at the same time who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses -
Arthur Carter - Wm. Herbert Royston; Clerks to Messrs. Sharland & Hatten Solrs. Gravesend.

On the 23rd April 1891 Admon (with this will [illegible] of the effects of the testator was granted to Elizabeth Catherine Grey (Wife of Alfred Grey) the Residuary Legatee for life.
Occupation Coachbuilder Employing 20 Men / Gentleman
Death 12 Mar 1891 (age 84) 21 Pier Road, Rosherville, Northfleet, Kent30,41
Burial aft 12 Mar 1891 Holy Trinity Church, Maidstone, Kent
Probate 23 Apr 1891 Principal Registry
Admin with Will:

Personal Estate: £6,161 5s
Probate 26 Feb 1892 London42
Admin with Will:

Alexander Hoadly of
21 Pier Road, Rosherville, Northfleet, Kent
Gentleman
Died: 12 March 1891
Administration (with will) London 26 February 1892 to
George Percy Kellman Grey,
Medical Student

Personal Estate: £3994 15s

Former Grant: April 1891

Note on Husband: William HOADLY - shared note

"William Hoadly aged 13 years the third day of last March, the son of Samuel Hoadly of Otham in the County of Kent, Shoemaker, as well of his own free will as with the consent of his said father, doth put himself apprentice to Robert Shepherd of Maidstone in the County aforesaid, Wheelwright, his executors and administrators, to serve from the date of the indenture until the said apprentice shall accomplish his full age of twenty one years in the art of a Wheelwright. Indenture dated the second day of September 1782. Inrolled at Maidstone, 4 Sep 1782."

 

" William Hoadley aged 14 years and upwards, by and with the consent of Samuel Hoadley of Otham in the County of Kent, Cordwainer, his father, doth put himself apprentice to Thomas Alexander of Maidstone, in the County aforesaid, Coachmaker and Wheelwright, to serve from the first day of March instant for the term of seven years. And the said Thomas Alexander in consideration of the sum of twenty pounds to him paid by the said Samuel Hoadley covenants to instruct the said apprentice in the art of a Coachmaker and Wheelwright. Indenture dated 10th march 1783. Inrolled at Maidstone 26th March 1783."

 

"Maidstone Burghmote held the twenty-second day of March 1790, before Jacob Stone esq., Mayor.

 

At this Court also came William Hoadly, having served his apprenticeship with Thomas Alexander of this Town, Coachmaker, a Freeman of this Corporation, and desired to be made free, and he is allowed the same and hath paid his common fine twelve pence, and hath taken his freeman's oath and the other oaths, and he is made free."

 

Quoted in THE MAIDSTONE JOURNAL AND KENTISH ADVERTISER, Tuesday December 11th 1798:

 

"Yesterday se'nnight was married at St George's, Hanover Square, Mr. W. Hoadley, Coach-maker, to Miss Catherine Rhodes, both of this town"

 

Wm. created one of thee Deacons at the Week St Independent Chapel, Maidstone, on 2 July 1817.

 

According to local Maidstone poll books and Directories, William remained in Maidstone - presumably Week Street, until his death, and was then buried at Otham Churchyard, where his parents were also laid to rest.

Note on Wife: Catherine RHODES - shared note

Photo shows exterior of St Nicholas Parish Church Otham Kent where William and Catherine were buried.

SoG Ref: Microfilm Number Mf 44

Sources

1"Marriage Middlesex, London (St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London) 26 Nov 1798 William HOADLY & Catherine RHODES" (771).
Text From Source: No: 771
William HOADLY of St George Hanover Square Parish
and Catherine RHODES of St George Hanover Square Parish
were married in this church By Banns
this 26 Day of November in the year 1798
By me J. W. Wickes - A.M. Curate
This marriage was Solemnized between us
William HOADLY and Catherine RHODES
In the presence of Witnesses: F. RHODES,
T. RIDOUT
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Source: Marriage Middlesex, London (St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London) 26 Nov 1798 William HOADLY & Catherine RHODES, William Hoadly & Catherine Rhodes St George Hanover Square 1798

2Week Street Independent Church Book.
Text From Source: Week Street Independent Church Book (PRO?)
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, LONDON, EC1R 1UW. Tel: 020 8392 5300.
3Enrollments of Indentures of Apprentices 1722-1790.
Text From Source: Enrollments of Indentures of Apprentices 1722-1790" Kent County Record Office
Centre for Kentish Studies / Kent County Archives Service, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1XQ. Tel: 01622 694 363.
4Otham Parish Register (Microfilm).
Text From Source: Otham Parish Register Microfilm (Kent County Record Office)
Centre for Kentish Studies / Kent County Archives Service, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1XQ. Tel: 01622 694 363.
5Frances Rhodes, "Will of Frances Rhodes, spinster of Maidstone, kent" (Records of the Prerogative Court of Canterbury). Custom Id: PROB 11/1440.
Proved 6th May 1752 at Maidstone, Kent.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Proved 6th May 1752 at Maidstone, Kent
The National Archives, Kew, Richmond, Surrey, TW9 4DU. Tel: tel: +44 (0) 20 8876 3444.
6Church of the Latter Day Saints, International Genealogical Index (http://www.familysearch.org/).
Text From Source: International Genealogical Index
Batch No.: C020943. Assessment: Questionable.
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7Dr Williams Library.
Text From Source: Dr Williams Library - (Mainly Non-Conformist baptisms) Information supplied by Mrs J.W. Spashett of Kent FHS.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: From Dr Williams Library 1799-1802: PRO Ref: RG5/65

E No 4247

These are to certify, That William Hoadly
son of William Hoadly
and Catherine Hoadly his Wife, who was Daughter of
John and Mary Rhodes was Born in Week Street
in the Parish of Maidstone
in the County of Kent the Seventh
Day of November in the Year One Thousand Seven
Hundred and ninety nine at whose Birth we were present.
Mary Honey
Frances Jackson
Elizth Rhodes

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Registered at Dr. Williams's Library, Redcross-Street, near Cripplegate, London
Novr 22nd 1816 Thos. Morgan Registrar
8Church of the Latter Day Saints, "http://www.familysearch.org/".
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9"Baptism Northampton, Northamptonshire 5 Aug 1832 Edward HOADLY" (115).
Text From Source: Baptisms at All Saints, Northampton, Northamptonshire
No. 115
When baptized: 5 Aug 1832
Child's Christian Name: Edward
Parents' Christian Names: William and Sophia Maria
Parents' Surname: HOADLEY [sic]
Abode: Augustin Street, Northampton, Northamptonshire
Quality, Trade or Profession: Coach Maker
By whom the ceremony was performed: C. Sandys (Offs. Min.)
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Source: Baptism Northampton, Northamptonshire 5 Aug 1832 Edward HOADLY, Baptism Northampton, Northamptonshire 5 Aug 1832 Edward HOADLY

10"Census 1841 (William Hoadly) Leamington, Warwickshire HO107/1135/17/7/45".
Text From Source: William Hoadly 40 no
Sophia Hoadly 40 no
William Hoadley 15 no
Henry Hoadley 13 no
Alfred Hoadley 10 no
Edward Hoadely 8 no
Samuel Hoadley 6 yes
Sophia Hoadley 5 yes
Frederick Hoadley 3 yes
Sarah Wilkins 15 F.S. no
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1841 (William Hoadly) Leamington, Warwickshire HO107/1135/17/7/45, William Hoadly 41

11"Royal Leamington Spa Courier 1843".
12"Banbury Post Office Directory 1847".
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Source: Banbury Post Office Directory 1847, William Hoadly - Banbury 1847

13"Census 1851 (William Hoadly) St Giles in the Fields, London HO107/1508/146/38".
Text From Source: William Hoadly Head 50 Coach Maker Kent Maidstone
Sophia Hoadly Wife 50 Coach Maker's Wife Kent Staplehurst
William Hoadly Son 26 Coach Maker Kent Maidstone
Sophia Hoadly Daur 14 Scholar Warwick Leamington
Frederick Hoadly Son 12 Scholar Warwick Leamington
Here is a description of a property next door but one to 23 Endell Street, where William Hoadly and his family were living in 1851. The family shared a premises with three other families. It is unclear what their circumstances were at this time. As they had experienced bankruptcy in Leamington in the 1840s, it is reasonable to suppose that their circumstances may not have been good.

In the same census, number 13 is described as a "lodging" - so maybe number 23 was a lodging house.

It seems the St Giles Workhouse must also have been very close.



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Publication

Survey of London: volume 5: St Giles-in-the-Fields, pt II

Author

W. Edward Riley and Sir Laurence Gomme (editors)

Year published

1914

Page

105

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'No. 25, Endell Street', Survey of London: volume 5: St Giles-in-the-Fields, pt II (1914), pp. 105. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=74288 Date accessed: 28 September 2014.


XLIX.—No. 25, ENDELL STREET.
Ground Landlords.

The Trustees of the late John King, Esq.
General description and date of structure.

Plots of land on both sides of Belton Street were leased for building by Sir John Brownlow, apparently in 1682, (fn. 1) and a stone tablet (fn. 2) gave the date of the street's formation as 1683. The name obviously refers to the seat of the Brownlow family at Belton in Lincolnshire.

About 1846 the street was widened on the eastern side and renamed Endell Street, after the Rev. James Endell Tyler, then Rector of St. Giles.

At the expiration of the original leases in 1728, Peter Walter purchased portions of the Brownlow property, including a house in Belton Street "in the occupation of Daniel Holme, (fn. 3) surgeon, and used by him as a bagnio." (fn. 4) Holme's Bagnio was, it appears, the fourth house (inclusive) from the corner of Castle Street, and is therefore to be identified with the present No. 25, Endell Street.

At the rear of these premises is an apartment, about 16 feet by 9 feet, which is known as "Queen Anne's Bath." It has a coved ceiling surmounted by a small lantern, and on each side bull's eye windows are constructed in the coved part of the ceiling. The roof is covered with tiles. The form of the chamber can be seen by Plate 37, which is taken from a water-colour drawing made by J. W. Archer in 1844. There are some blue and white tiles still affixed to the walls, but there is insufficient evidence to enable a definite date to be given to these. The level of the top of the steps is about 10 feet below the present street pavement. The floor of the bath is said to be about 18 feet below that level, but it cannot be seen as the bath is filled with soil and rubbish to an estimated depth of about 8 feet. The structure is dilapidated and floored over at about 18 inches below pavement level, and is now used as an iron merchant's store.

Tradition asserts that the bath was frequented by Queen Anne, (fn. 5) a statement that it is not possible to confirm. The apartment is, however, very possibly a relic of the old "bagnio."
The Council's collection contains:—

(fn. 6) No. 25, Endell Street—Queen Anne's Bath (photograph).
No. 41, Endell Street—Exterior (photograph).
Footnotes
1 See p. 103.
2 Parton's Hospital and Parish of St. Giles, p. 125.
3 The ratebooks from 1730 (earliest extant) to 1746 show "Daniel Hahn," possibly a more correct form of the name, at this house.
4 Indenture dated 27th May, 1728, between Peter Walter and Nicholas Lovell (Middlesex Registry Memorials, 1728, VI., 15).
5 Grey's St. Giles's of the Lepers, p. 116.
6 Reproduced here.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1851 (William Hoadly) St Giles in the Fields, London HO107/1508/146/38, William Hoadly 51

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Source: Census 1851 (William Hoadly) St Giles in the Fields, London HO107/1508/146/38, 25 Endell Street in 1851

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Source: Census 1851 (William Hoadly) St Giles in the Fields, London HO107/1508/146/38, St Giles & St George Workhouse site 1871 - Endell Street

14Death Certificate.
Text From Source: GRO death certificate
In possession of Graham Hoadly.
Family Records Centre, 1 Myddleton Street, LONDON, EC1R 1UW. Tel: 020 8392 5300.
picture

Source: Death Certificate, 17 Rosefield Street, Leamington June 2014 (4)

15Ibid. Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: Registration District: St Pancras. 1854 DEATH in the Sub-district of Grays Inn Lane in the County of Middlesex
No: 369
When and where died: Fifteenth October 1854. 10 Leigh Street
Name and Surname: William Hoadley
Sex: Male
Age: 54 years
Occupation: Railway Clerk
Cause of Death: Pneumonia 1 week. Effusion 3 weeks. Certified
Signature, description and residence of informant:Sophia Hoadley present at the death. 10 Leigh Street, St Pancras
When registered: Sixteenth October 1854
Signature of Registrar: John Worrell. Registrar

CERTIFIED to be a true copy of an entry in the certified copy of a Register of Deaths in the District above mentioned.
Given at the GENERAL REGISTER OFFICE, under the Seal of the said Office, the 19th day of May 1992
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Source: Death Certificate, 17 Rosefield Street, Leamington June 2014 (4)

16Dr Williams Library.
Text From Source: Dr Williams Library - (Mainly Non-Conformist baptisms) Information supplied by Mrs J.W. Spashett of Kent FHS.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: From Dr Williams Library 1799-1802: PRO Ref: RG5/65

E No 4248

These are to certify, That John Charles Hoadly
son of William Hoadly
and Cathrine Hoadly his Wife, who was Daughter of
John and Mary Rhodes was Born in Week Street
in the Parish of Maidstone
in the County of Kent the Twenty third
Day of April in the Year One Thousand
Eight Hundred and one at whose Birth we were present.
Mary Honey
Frances Jackson
Elizth Rhodes

246

Registered at Dr. Williams's Library, Redcross-Street, near Cripplegate, London
Novr 22nd 1816 Thos. Morgan Registrar
17Church of the Latter Day Saints, "http://www.familysearch.org/".
Text From Source: Family Search website
Assessment: Secondary evidence.
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JOHN CHARLES HOADLY Pedigree
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Birth: 23 APR 1801 Dr Williams Library, London, London, England

Christening:
Death:
Burial:


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Father: WILLIAM HOADLY Family
Mother: CATHRINE


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18"Census 1841 (John Charles Hoadly) Maidstone, Kent HO107/490/8/48/16".
Text From Source: John Hoadly 40 Haberdasher No
Mary Hoadly 40 Yes
Alexander Hoadly 15 Yes
Catherine Hoadly 13 Yes
Mary Hoadly 5 Yes
Hester Chewton 20 F.S. No
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1841 (John Charles Hoadly) Maidstone, Kent HO107/490/8/48/16, John Charles Hoadly Snr 41

19Dr Williams Library.
Text From Source: Dr Williams Library - (Mainly Non-Conformist baptisms) Information supplied by Mrs J.W. Spashett of Kent FHS.
20"Census 1851 (John Charles Hoadly) Maidstone, Kent HO107/1617/55/19".
Text From Source: John C Hoadely 49 Kent Maidstone Blind
Mary Hoadley 49 Kent Shoreham
Catherine R Hoadley 22 Kent Maidstone
Mary Hoadley 15 Kent Maidstone
Mary A. Palmer 18 Kent Mereworth
Assessment: Primary evidence.
picture

Source: Census 1851 (John Charles Hoadly) Maidstone, Kent HO107/1617/55/19, John Charles Hoadly 51

21"Census 1861 (John Charles Hoadly) Maidstone, Kent RG9/503/35/20".
Text From Source: John C. Hoadly Head Mar 59 Kent Maidstone (Blind)
Mary Hoadly Wife Mar 60 Kent Shoreham
Catherine R. Hoadly Daur Un 32 Kent Maidstone
Mary F. Hoadly Daur Un 25 Kent Maidstone
Rebecca Smith Serv Un 18 Kent Maidstone
John Fullagar Visitor Un 26 Kent Lenham
Assessment: Primary evidence.
picture

Source: Census 1861 (John Charles Hoadly) Maidstone, Kent RG9/503/35/20, John Charles Hoadly 61

22Will.
Text From Source: Wills (Somerset House, Strand, London)
Copy in possession of Graham Hoadly.
Text From Source: This is the last will and testament of John Charles Hoadly of Maidstone in the County of Kent Gentleman I give and devise all those (…) or tenements and premises belonging to and situate at Shoreham in the County of Kent in the occupations of Mrs Turner and Mrs Wood with the yards gardens and appurtenances thereunto belonging unto my son Alexander Hoadly his heirs and assigns for ever And I give and bequeath all other (…) estate whatsoever and wheresoever, except trust or mortgage estates and all my (….) whatsoever unto and equally between my two daughters Mary Frances and Catherine Rhodes the wife of Mr John Fullagar of Town Malling in the said County of Kent Draper their heirs executors administrators and assigns absolutely according to the nature and quality of the same respectively as tenants in(….) and not as joint tenants And I give and devise all estates vested in me as a trustee or mortgagee unto my trustees and executors hereinafter named upon and for the trusts and equities affecting the same And lastly I hereby revoke all former wills or testamentary documents and of this my last will and testament I do hereby appoint my said son Alexander Hoadly and the said John Fullagar and my said daughter Mary Frances Hoadly to be the Trustees and Executors In witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this eleventh day of April one thousand eight hundred and sixty four - John Charles Hoadly - Signed by the said testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us present at the same time when at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses - Knowles King Solr, Maidstone - Henry Hughes Solr Maidstone

PROVED at London 22nd June 1866 by the oath of John Fullagar out of the Executors to whom (…) was granted power reserved of making the (…) Grant to Alexander Hoadly the son and Mary Frances Hoadly Spinster the Daughter the other Executors.
Principal Registry Family Division, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn, LONDON, WC1V 6NP. Tel: 020 7947 6946.
23"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Deaths Sep 1865 (>99%)
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HOADLY John Charles Maidstone 2a 319
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
24"National Burial Index".
25Dr Williams Library.
Text From Source: Dr Williams Library - (Mainly Non-Conformist baptisms) Information supplied by Mrs J.W. Spashett of Kent FHS.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: From Dr Williams Library 1799-1802: PRO Ref: RG5/65

E No 4249

These are to certify, That Samuel Hoadly
son of William Hoadly
and Cathrine Hoadly his Wife, who was Daughter of
John and Mary Rhodes was Born in Week Street
in the Parish of Maidstone
in the County of Kent the Twenty
Day of December in the Year One Thousand
Eight Hundred and Four at whose Birth we were present.
Mary Honey
Frances Jackson
Elizth Rhodes

247

Registered at Dr. Williams's Library, Redcross-Street, near Cripplegate, London
Novr 22nd 1816 Thos. Morgan Registrar
26Church of the Latter Day Saints, "http://www.familysearch.org/".
Text From Source: Family Search website
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Text From Source: IGI Individual Record FamilySearch™ International Genealogical Index v5.0
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SAMUEL HOADLY Pedigree
Male


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Event(s):
Birth: 23 DEC 1804 Dr Williams Library, London, London, England

Christening:
Death:
Burial:


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Parents:
Father: WILLIAM HOADLY Family
Mother: CATHRINE


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Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.


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Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

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Internet. Call Number: http://www.familysearch.org/ (electronic).
27"Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London (St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London) 18 Jun 1827 Samuel HOADLY & Emily GUNTER" (502).
Text From Source: Marriage solemnized in the Parish of St George Hanover Square in the Year 1827
Samuel HOADLY of this Parish
Emily GUNTER of St George Hanover Square Parish
were married in this church By Licence by Consent of
their parents this 18 Day of
June in the year 1827
By me Evan Nepean - A.M. Curate
This marriage was Solemnized between us
Samuel HOADLY and Emily GUNTER
In the presence of Witnesses: Edward WHIGHT,
Edward WHIGHT,
Mary Ann GUNTER,
Mary DUNN,
William HOADLY,
Sarah DEVONSHIRE
No: 502
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Source: Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London (St George Hanover Square, Middlesex, London) 18 Jun 1827 Samuel HOADLY & Emily GUNTER, Samuel Hoadly & Emily Gunter St George Hanover Square 1827

28"Census 1841 (Samuel Hoadly) Chiswick, Middlesex HO107/689/1/8/10".
Text From Source: Samuel Hoadly 35 Auctioneer No
Emily Hoadly 35 No
Sarah Wight 70 Ind. Yes
Lucy Phillips 20 F.S. Yes
John Wimbridge 40 Ind. No
Assessment: Primary evidence.
picture

Source: Census 1841 (Samuel Hoadly) Chiswick, Middlesex HO107/689/1/8/10, Samuel Hoadly 41

29"(Samuel Hoadly) Census 1851 St Pancras, Middlesex HO107/1493/793/77" (HO107/1493/793/77).
Text From Source: Name,Relation,Married?,Sex,Age,Occupation,Born,Infirmity
Samuel HOADLY,Head,Mar,M,45,Auctioneer,Maidstone, Kent,
Emily HOADLY,Wife,Mar,F,46,,Chislehurst, Kent,
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Source: (Samuel Hoadly) Census 1851 St Pancras, Middlesex HO107/1493/793/77, Samuel Hoadly 51

30Will.
Text From Source: Wills (Somerset House, Strand, London)
Copy in possession of Graham Hoadly.
Principal Registry Family Division, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn, LONDON, WC1V 6NP. Tel: 020 7947 6946.
31"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Name: Hoadly, Samuel
Record Type: Deaths
Quarter: December
Year: 1865
District: Marylebone
County: London Middlesex
Volume: 1a
Page: _27
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
32"Burial Brompton, Middlesex 5 OCT 1865 Samuel HOADLY" (42517).
Text From Source: Burials in Brompton Cemetery, Brompton, Middlesex in the year 1865
Name: Samuel HOADLY
Abode: 28 George Street, Portman Square, Marylebone
Burial Date: 5 OCT 1865
Age: 61
By whom the Ceremony was performed: Revd. N. Liberty
Place of Burial and No. of Grant: Private Grave: G234.3 x 25.3
From what Parish etc Removed: St Marylebone - Church
Remarks: Grave 10ft. Right of Interment purchased 31 January 1876.
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Source: Burial Brompton, Middlesex 5 OCT 1865 Samuel HOADLY, Burial Brompton, Middlesex 5 OCT 1865 Samuel HOADLY

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Source: Burial Brompton, Middlesex 5 OCT 1865 Samuel HOADLY, Area where Samuel Hoadly is buried - Brompton Cemetery

33Dr Williams Library.
Text From Source: Dr Williams Library - (Mainly Non-Conformist baptisms) Information supplied by Mrs J.W. Spashett of Kent FHS.
Assessment: Primary evidence.
Text From Source: From Dr Williams Library:

E No 4250

These are to certify, That Alexander Hoadly
son of William Hoadly
and Cathrine Hoadly his Wife, who was Daughter of
John and Mary Rhodes was Born in Week Street
in the Parish of Maidstone
in the County of Kent the Nineteenth
Day of August in the Year One Thousand
Eight Hundred and six at whose Birth we were present.
Mary Honey
Frances Jackson
Elizth Rhodes

248

Registered at Dr. Williams's Library, Redcross-Street, near Cripplegate, London
Novr 22nd 1816 Thos. Morgan Registrar
34Church of the Latter Day Saints, "http://www.familysearch.org/".
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ALEXANDER HOADLY
Male


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Event(s):
Birth: 19 AUG 1806 Dr Williams Library, London, London, England

Christening:
Death:
Burial:


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Parents:
Father: WILLIAM HOADLY Family
Mother: CATHRINE


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Extracted birth or christening record for the locality listed in the record. The source records are usually arranged chronologically by the birth or christening date.


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Source Information:
Batch No.: Dates: Source Call No.: Type: Printout Call No.: Type:

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Sheet:
Internet. Call Number: http://www.familysearch.org/ (electronic).
35"Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex (The Parish Church, St George Hanover Square, Middlesex) 4 Apr 1833 Alexander HOADLY & Mary DUNN" (209).
Text From Source: Marriage solemnized in the Parish of St George Hanover Square in the Year 1833
Alexander HOADLY of of this parish Parish Bachelor
Mary DUNN of of this parish Parish Spinster
were married in this church by Consent of
their parents this 4 Day of
April in the year 1833
By me James Glen - Curate
This marriage was Solemnized between us
Alexander HOADLY and Mary DUNN
In the presence of Witnesses: Jane Charlotte COKE,
John Geo. LEIGH
No: 209
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Source: Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex (The Parish Church, St George Hanover Square, Middlesex) 4 Apr 1833 Alexander HOADLY & Mary DUNN, Alexander Hoadly & Mary Dunn marriage 1833

36"Census 1841 (Alexander Hoadly Snr) Maidstone, Kent HO107/490/8/21/12".
Text From Source: Alexr Hoadly 30 Coach Builder Y
Mary Hoadly 30 Y
Eliz.th Hoadly 6 Y
Eliz.th Dunn 60 Ind. N
Assessment: Primary evidence.
picture

Source: Census 1841 (Alexander Hoadly Snr) Maidstone, Kent HO107/490/8/21/12, Alex Hoadly Snr 41

37"Census 1851 (Alexander Hoadly Snr) Kensington, Middlesex HO107/1468/179/9".
Text From Source: CENSUS ADDRESS: 57 Kensington High Street, Kensington, Middlesex
CENSUS REF NO: HO107/1468/179/9

Name Rel: to head Condition Age Profession Where Born

Alexander Hoadly Head Widower 43 Coachbuilder Maidstone, Kent
Elizabeth Dunn Aunt Unm 77 Fundholder Limpsfield, Surrey
Assessment: Primary evidence.
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Source: Census 1851 (Alexander Hoadly Snr) Kensington, Middlesex HO107/1468/179/9, Alexander Hoadly Snr 51

38"Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex (The Parish Church) 17 SEP 1857 Alfred GREY & Elizabeth Catherine HOADLY" (168).
Text From Source: 1857, Marriage solemnized at The Parish Church in the Parish of St George Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex
Marriage No: 168
When Married: 17 SEP 1857
Name and Surname: Alfred GREY and Elizabeth Catherine HOADLY
Age: Full and Full
Condition: Bachelor and Spinster
Rank or Profession: Government Clerk and -
Residence at the time of Marriage: Conduit Street, and Kensington, Middlesex
Father's Name and Surname: William GREY and Alexander HOADLY
Rank or Profession of Father: Government Clerk and Coachmaker
Married in the church according to the Rites and Ceremonies of the Established Church, By Licence by me, C. B. Whatton [?].
This Marriage was solemnized between us, Alfred GREY and Elizabeth Catherine HOADLY
in the Presence of us, Witnesses: Bertram VALE, Jane THORNTON x her mark
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Source: Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex (The Parish Church) 17 SEP 1857 Alfred GREY & Elizabeth Catherine HOADLY, Marriage St George Hanover Square, Middlesex (The Parish Church) 17 SEP 1857 Alfred GREY & Elizabeth Catherine HOADLY

39"Census 1861 Kensington, Middlesex RG9/284/16/51/76" (RG9/284/16/51/76).
Text From Source: Name,Relation,Condition,Sex,Age,Occupation,Where Born,Infirmity
Alexander HOADLY,Head,Wid,M,52,Coachbuilder employing 10 men,Maidstone, Kent,
Eliza SIMMONDS,Servant,Unm,F,27,,Bristol, Gloucestershire,
Walter GATES,Lodger,Wid,M,37,Upholsterer's clerk,Brighton, Sussex,
Walter C. GATES,Son,Unm,M,3,,St Mary, Kensington, Middlesex,
F. W. GATES,Son,Unm,M,2,,St Mary, Kensington, Middlesex,
Mary CAMPBELL,Servant,Unm,F,34,Housekeeper & Nurse,Scotland,
picture

Source: Census 1861 Kensington, Middlesex RG9/284/16/51/76, Census UK 1861 RG9/284/16/51/76

40Will.
Text From Source: Wills (Somerset House, Strand, London)
Copy in possession of Graham Hoadly.
Text From Source: THIS IS THE LAST WILL AND TESTAMENT of me Alexander Hoadly of no. 21 Pier Road Rosherville Northfleet Kent Gentleman.
1. I appoint my nephew Alexander Hoadly and my friend [?] Haynes of Maidstone Kent Ironmonger my Executors and declare that the term "my Trustees" hereinafter used shall include my said Executors and the survivor of them and the executors or administrators of such survivor their or his assigns or other the trustees or trustee for the time being of this my Will.
2. I give all my real and personal estate to my trustees upon trust as soon after my decease as conveniently may be to convert the same into money with all the powers of absolute owners and to stand possessed of the net proceeds to arise therefrom and my ready money and thereout pay my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and invest the balance of such net proceeds on authorised securities.
3. Upon trust to pay the Annual product and income arising therefrom into the proper hands of my daughter Elizabeth Catherine Gray for and during her life for her sole and separate use and so that my said daughter may not have power to alienate dispose of or receive the same or any part thereof in the way of anticipation.
4. And from and after the decease of my said daughter upon trust to realise the said investments and to pay and divide the net proceeds of such realisation unto and equally between all the children of my said daughter living at my decease and the issue per [stripes?] attaining twenty one of such one or more of them as may predecease me such issue taking the share only to which their part would have entitled if living.
5. Notwithstanding the direction aforesaid I empower my trustees in their discretion to continue in their then state of investments at my decease without being responsible for any loss, which may happen thereby.
6. I revoke all former wills in witness whereof I have hereunto set my hand this seventh day of August one thousand eight hundred and ninety - Alex. Hoadly -
Signed by the said Alexander Hoadly the testator as and for his last will and testament in the presence of us both present at the same time who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses -
Arthur Carter - Wm. Herbert Royston; Clerks to Messrs. Sharland & Hatten Solrs. Gravesend.

On the 23rd April 1891 Admon (with this will [illegible] of the effects of the testator was granted to Elizabeth Catherine Grey (Wife of Alfred Grey) the Residuary Legatee for life.
Principal Registry Family Division, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn, LONDON, WC1V 6NP. Tel: 020 7947 6946.
41"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Name: Hoadley, Alexander
Record Type: Deaths
Age at death: 84
Quarter: March
Year: 1891
District: Strood
County: Kent
Volume: 2a
Page: 377
Internet. Call Number: http://freebmd.rootsweb.com/ (electronic).
42"Probate Indexes".
Principal Registry of the Family Division
Principal Probate Registry
First Avenue House
42-49 High Holborn
LONDON
WC1V 6NP

Visited by Graham Hoadly 20 June 2005.
Principal Registry Family Division, First Avenue House, 42-49 High Holborn, LONDON, WC1V 6NP. Tel: 020 7947 6946.