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John Charles HOADLY (1824-1850)

Name: John Charles HOADLY
Sex: Male
Father: John Charles HOADLY (1801-1865)
Mother: Mary BROOMFIELD (bef1794-1864)

Individual Events and Attributes

Birth 23 Apr 1824 Maidstone, Kent
Christening 1 Jul 1824 (age 0) Week Street Independent Chapel, Maidstone, Kent1
Occupation Professor Of Music
Death Q4 1850 (age 26) Maidstone, Kent2
Burial 10 Dec 1850 All Saints Parish Church, Maidstone3

Individual Note (shared)

John Charles Jnr was also baptised at All Saints Maidstone on 31st March 1826. (On the same occasion as his brother, Alexander).

Had his father fallen out with the Independent Church by then?


Piano Fortes. Mr. J. C. Hoadly, Jnr., Professor of Music, (Late student of the Royal Academy of Music), begs to aquaint the Public, that he has on SALE, GRAND SQUARE, and COTTAGE PIANO FORTES from 36 to 50 guineas each, by Collard, Tomkison, and others. N.B. Instruments purchased to order of any maker. INSTRUMENTS LENT ON HIRE. 92 Week Street, Maidstone. The Wilhelm-Hullah System of Instruction in Vocal Music. Mr. J.C. Hoadly, Jun., begs to aquaint the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, and the Public of Maidstone and its vicinity, that he has received his CERTIFICATE of COMPETENCY from Mr. HULLAH, under whom he has recently been studying, and he is now prepared to teach Classes on this effective system, either formed by private families or circles at private residences, or at his own house, Week Street, Maidstone. Testimonial: "I hereby certify that Mr. John Charles Hoadly, Jun., of Maidstone, Professor of Music, has, under my direction, carefully studied Wilhelm's Method of Teaching Singing; and that he is competent to conduct classes on that method as adapted by me to English use under the sanction of the Committee of Council on Education." JOHN HULLAH. 20 St James's Place , July 26 1842."


"Accident: - On Thursday last, Mr. J.C. Hoadly, professor of Music, of this town, was driving along Week Street in his chaise, when the horse ran away and the chaise coming in contact with a waggon, was upset and Mr. Hoadly thrown out. Happily he escaped with no other damage than a few bruises"


"To the Nobility, Clergy, Gentry, and Ratepayers generally of the Parish of Maidstone:

The death of Mr. E. SANDERS, your late respected Organist, has caused that situation to become vacant, and I most respectfully offer myself to your notice as a CANDIDATE for the same, assuring you that should I have the good fortune to be appointed, the duties of the office shall receive the strictest possible attention, and be performed to the best of my ability. I have the honour to be, Your obedient Servant, JOHN CHARLES HOADLY, Jun.(From the Royal Academy of Music)Week Street, Jun 9th 1845"


(As above plus -) "... For the last 3 years Organist of Trinity Church, East Peckham, and late Assistant Organist of Cursor-Street Church, Berkely-square, London. Week-street, June 9th 1845"


John Charles died young, unmarried and without children.


1Church of the Latter Day Saints, "".
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Birth: 23 APR 1824

Christening: 01 JUL 1824 Week St -Independent, Maidstone, Kent, England


Mother: MARY

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.

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

C068431 1749 - 1837 0596912 RG4 1010, 15 Film 6906503 Film

C068431 1786 - 1813 0597070 (RG4 3575) Film NONE

Sheet: 00
Internet. Call Number: (electronic).
2"Information from Free Births, Marriages, and Deaths website:" (Internet). Assessment: Secondary evidence.
Text From Source: Name: HOADLY, John Charles
Record Type: Deaths
Quarter: December
Year: 1850
District: Maidstone
County: Kent
Volume: 5
Page: 219
Internet. Call Number: (electronic).
3Maidstone, All Saints, (Bishop's Transcripts).
Text From Source: Maidstone, All Saints, (Bishop's Transcripts) Kent County Archives, Maidstone
Centre for Kentish Studies / Kent County Archives Service, Sessions House, County Hall, Maidstone, Kent, ME14 1XQ. Tel: 01622 694 363.