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BirthMale; 28 Feb 1817; Thame, Oxfordshire UK
Death Oct 1885, age about 68; Salford, Lancashire UK
BurialWeaste Cemetery, Lancashire UK
OccupationCorn merchant
ResidenceHis home, Howard House, was on Howard Street, which was off Eccles New Road, Salford. [116]
Web Page Timothy Boddington, history

Timothy BODDINGTON (b.1817)


1        Married, 1838
BirthFemale; 1812
Death Sept 1880, age about 68
Marriage 31 Oct 1838
Child (1):Anne BODDINGTON

2        Married, 1881
DeathDeceased, age not recorded
Death MemoLiving 1888
Marriage July 1881
No issue

Notes for Timothy BODDINGTON

In business in Manchester as Boddington & Leigh. He was commemorated with a marble bust which was noted on a postcard as 'donated to the institute by his wife'. Not known where it is now. A marble tablet was erected to his memory at United Methodist Free Church, Eccles New Road in October 1886. A Memorial Window (designed by Messrs Wilson & Whitehouse, London) was unveiled at the same church in June 1889.

"He was a man of the strictest integrity and did much to foster the spiritual work in the Royal Borough of Salford." Mr. T.O. Warburton speaking at "A social evening was held at the Corn Exchange Hotel, Fennel Street, Manchester, on Saturday, October 27th, 1917, by the Employees of Boddington & Leigh, E. Denson & Co. and Saunders & Warburton to celebrate the marriage of Mr. Percy Saunders (Junior Partner of the Firm) to Miss Elsie Brocklehurst."

See further history on Timothy BODDINGTON.


2.  Document, Reginald Stewart BODDINGTON, 1889, Pedigree of the Family of BODDINGTON
116.  Email, Pete Kilvert, 21 July 2005
208.  Email, Jacky Rodger, 06 January 2010
286.  Email, Pete Kilvert, 14 April 2016, Friends of Salford Cemeteries Trust

Person record last updated: 27 March 2023

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