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A partial transcript of the Rawdon Buckstone Baptist Chapel Old Accounts Book (1814-1853)
A partial transcript of the Rawdon Buckstone Baptist Chapel Old Accounts Book (1814-1853)
The original images of this transcript are available upon request (please note the specific page).

The accounts mention a Samuel Hardaker on three occasions (1815, 1822 and 1826). We are not able to know for sure which Samuel Hardaker this is, or in fact whether it is the same person in all three cases. We have guessed that it was this Samuel (#112, born 1780) because a) we know that he was alive, an adult, and living in the area at the time, and b) he has an association with Buckstone Baptist Chapel having been named their on his birth, and we suspect that his parents were buried there (Grace in 1789 and Samuel in 1811).

The three references to Samuel are the only references to a Hardaker in the Accounts Book. 
 
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Albert & Sarah Dixon
Albert & Sarah Dixon
Albert & Sarah Dixon with son Arnold (b. 1907) 
 
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Albert Dixon (1883-1973)
Albert Dixon (1883-1973)
 
 
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Ancestry of John Bourne b. 1859
Ancestry of John Bourne b. 1859
 
 
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Baptism of Grace Hardaker, 10 Nov 1697 at Rawdon
Baptism of Grace Hardaker, 10 Nov 1697 at Rawdon
 
 
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Biography: My Life Story by Edith Hardaker
Biography: My Life Story by Edith Hardaker
NOTE: This file is password protected. Please email the web site contact if you believe that you should have access to this document.

This paper documents the early life of Edith Hardaker from her first childhood memories growing up around Bradford through until her time at teaching training college. 
 
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Birth Certificate - Sarah Hardaker - 1882
Birth Certificate - Sarah Hardaker - 1882
 
 
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Book of Common Prayer
Book of Common Prayer
Prayer book containing information about Joshua's family 
 
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Brian and Keith at Kettlewell
Brian and Keith at Kettlewell
We built a battleship 
 
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Charles Dennis Hardaker (1913 - 2000)
Charles Dennis Hardaker (1913 - 2000)
Charles Dennis Hardaker (1913 - 2000) 
 
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Clipper ship Walmer Castle (1200 tones)
Clipper ship Walmer Castle (1200 tones)
The clipper Walmer Castle, painted 1862. Benjamin Hardaker (#133) and family travelled to Australia on this ship in 1848. 
 
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Coroner's Report - Thomas Hardaker and Emma Carrick - 1769
Coroner's Report - Thomas Hardaker and Emma Carrick - 1769
Coroner's report regarding the deaths of Thomas Hardaker and Emma Carrick both struck by lightning on 4 Sep 1869 near Farsley. 
 
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Edna Sutcliffe
Edna Sutcliffe
 
 
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Eight Day Longcase Clock by Hardaker of Rodley
Eight Day Longcase Clock by Hardaker of Rodley

An eight-day Longcase Clock by Hardaker of Rodley, near Leeds. Oak case crossbanded with mahogany. Early 19th century.


One of a number of clocks made by John Hardaker (1819-1891) to be found from time to time offered for sale on the Internet.

 
 
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Exemption from Internment
Exemption from Internment
During the early part of WW2 the British government interned "enemy alias" as potential security risks. Having married a German, Agnes was considered German by marriage, but was deemed exempt from internment, presumably because she was born in England. Emil was interned as an enemy alien during WW1, but not during WW2, possible due to the fact that he was very unwell (he died in January 1945). Moreover, he had been brought to England as a small child and had become in all ways but ancestry, a cockney. There is a story that two of his sons turned up at the Police Station or Courthouse in British military Uniforms urging that their parents should not be interned. We believe, however, the he was subject to a movement restriction order, which meant that he had to remain in the East End of London throughout 'the blitz', when many German bombs fell on the area. 
 
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Headstone - Benjamin Hardaker (1797-1877)
Headstone - Benjamin Hardaker (1797-1877)
Status: Located;  
 
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Headstone - James D Hardaker (1868-1900)
Headstone - James D Hardaker (1868-1900)
Status: Located;  
 
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Headstone - Mary Elizabeth Daniel (Abt 1846-1906)
Headstone - Mary Elizabeth Daniel (Abt 1846-1906)
Status: Located;  
 
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Headstone - Tabitha Stansfield (1808-1868)
Headstone - Tabitha Stansfield (1808-1868)
Status: Located;  
 
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Headstone - Thomas Hardaker (1882-1905)
Headstone - Thomas Hardaker (1882-1905)
Status: Located;  
 
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Headstone - Thomas Oates Hardaker (1839-1910)
Headstone - Thomas Oates Hardaker (1839-1910)
Status: Located;  
 
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Headstone- James Hardaker (1834-1881)
Headstone- James Hardaker (1834-1881)
Status: Located;  
 
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Joseph Burnley Hardaker (1815-1897)
Joseph Burnley Hardaker (1815-1897)
Joseph Burnley Hardaker (1815-1897) 
 
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Link to: Baptist Beginnings in the West Riding (Buckstone Baptist Chapel)
Link to: Baptist Beginnings in the West Riding (Buckstone Baptist Chapel)
Richard Hardaker (#727; #270), recorded the births of his four sons at Buckstone Baptist Chapel. The congregation was believed to have evolved from the group of Puritans who worshiped in secret under the lee of Buckstone Rock, Rawdon, among whom John Hardaker (#7), son of Roger who died in 1667, was a leading light. 
 
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Liverpool Sailor's Home Fire, April 1860
Liverpool Sailor's Home Fire, April 1860
 
 
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Map of the Guiseley parish area, mid-late 1700s
Map of the Guiseley parish area, mid-late 1700s
 
 
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Marriage - Mary Ann Hardaker & Henry Lister - 1868
Marriage - Mary Ann Hardaker & Henry Lister - 1868
 
 
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Marriage of Martha Hardaker and Joseph Starkey - 1885
Marriage of Martha Hardaker and Joseph Starkey - 1885
 
 
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Marriage of Mary Hardaker and William Henry Wilson (1854)
Marriage of Mary Hardaker and William Henry Wilson (1854)
William Roney, of full age (over 21), a widower, a Sergeant Major in the 38th Regiment, residing Waltair (Visakhapatnam), father's name Charles Wilson. Mary, a minor (she was not quite 16), a spinster, residing Waltair (Visakhapatnam), father's name Richard Hardaker. Witnesses were Mary Hershby, Richard Hardaker and H.G. Raynard. 
 
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Marriage of Richard Hardaker and Betty Overend 1770
Marriage of Richard Hardaker and Betty Overend 1770
Richard described as a "Worstedman". Witnesses were Samuel Overend (probably Betty's brother) and William Hardaker (most likely a brother, or possibly father or uncle) 
 
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Marriage of Roger Hardaker and Ann Walker 1631
Marriage of Roger Hardaker and Ann Walker 1631
 
 
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Marriage of Sarah Hardaker and Albert Dixon - 1905
Marriage of Sarah Hardaker and Albert Dixon - 1905
 
 
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Marriage register signatures for James Hardaker #299
Marriage register signatures for James Hardaker #299
 
 
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MI - Benjamin Hardaker (1858-1919)
MI - Benjamin Hardaker (1858-1919)
Status: Located; Monument inscription for Benjamin Hardaker (1858-1919) and wife Alice. 
 
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MI - James Rawnsley Hardaker (1854-1937)
MI - James Rawnsley Hardaker (1854-1937)
Status: Located; Monument inscription for James Rawnsley Hardaker (1854-1937) and wife Ellen. 
 
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MI - John Hardaker (1835-1837)
MI - John Hardaker (1835-1837)
Status: Located; Monument inscription for three children of Joseph and Mary Hardaker - John, Selince (Selina) and Mary Ann. 
 
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MI - Joseph Edward Hardaker (1866-1926)
MI - Joseph Edward Hardaker (1866-1926)
Status: Located; Monument inscription for Joseph Edward Hardaker (1866-1926), wife Lilley Scholes and daughter Frances Nancy. 
 
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MI - Joseph Hardaker (1811-1887)
MI - Joseph Hardaker (1811-1887)
Status: Located; Monument inscription for Joseph Hardaker (1811-1887) and wife Hannah. 
 
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MI - Richard Hardaker (1693-1763)
MI - Richard Hardaker (1693-1763)
Status: Located; Monument Inscription for Richard Hardaker (1693-1763) and his wife Mary. Also Ann Hardaker, wife of Richard's nephew Robert (Robert was brought up by Richard and Mary after Richard's brother Robert died shortly after the birth of his son). 
 
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MI - Richard Hardaker (1804-1863)
MI - Richard Hardaker (1804-1863)
Status: Located; (Damaged) monument inscription for Richard Hardaker (1804-1863), wife Maria and their daughter Ellen (died Sydney Australia). 
 
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MI - Robert Hardaker (1728-1783)
MI - Robert Hardaker (1728-1783)
Status: Located; Monument Inscription for Robert Hardaker (1728-1783) and his son Robert. 
 
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MI - Robert Hardaker (1820-1891)
MI - Robert Hardaker (1820-1891)
Status: Located; Monument inscription for Robert Hardaker (1820-1891), and his (second) wife Hannah. 
 
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MI - Roger Hardaker (1645-1725)
MI - Roger Hardaker (1645-1725)
Status: Located; Monument Inscription for Roger Hardaker (1645-1725) and wife Margaret 
 
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MI - Roger Hardaker (1733-1802)
MI - Roger Hardaker (1733-1802)
Status: Located; Monument inscription for Roger Hardaker (1733-1802) and his wife Hannah. 
 
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MI - William Hardaker (1720-1802)
MI - William Hardaker (1720-1802)
Status: Located; Monument Inscription for William Hardaker (1720-1802), wife Susanna and their sons John and Richard. 
 
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MI - William Hardaker (1792-1862)
MI - William Hardaker (1792-1862)
Status: Located; Monument Inscription for William Hardaker (1792-1862), his son Seth, and daughters Martha and Margaret. 
 
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Our Family History - Agnes French (1885 - 1963)
Our Family History - Agnes French (1885 - 1963)
Agnes Schaller nee French 
 
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Our Family History - Albert Keer (1914-2005)
Our Family History - Albert Keer (1914-2005)
Albert Keer (1914-2005) 
 
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Our Family History - Annie Sutcliffe (1870 - 1933)
Our Family History - Annie Sutcliffe (1870 - 1933)
Annie Sutcliffe circa 1890 
 
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Our Family History - Edith Ball (1908 - 1998)
Our Family History - Edith Ball (1908 - 1998)
Edith Clare Ball, taken in 1983. 
 

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