Person:Lawrence Hardy (7)

Watchers
Lawrence William Hardy
m. Abt 1835
  1. Elizabeth HardyAbt 1840 -
  2. John HardyAbt 1841 -
  3. Lawrence William Hardy1842 - 1920
  4. Edward HardyAbt 1849 -
  5. Mary HardyAbt 1850 -
  • HLawrence William Hardy1842 - 1920
  • WSarah C Roe1847 - 1884
m. 15 Aug 1863
  1. Florence M HardyAbt 1868 -
  2. Lawrence Lionel Hardy1869 - 1920
  3. Henry A HardyAbt 1874 -
  4. Horace H Hardy1875 -
  5. Charles L HardyAbt 1883 -
  • HLawrence William Hardy1842 - 1920
  • WEmily P FacerAbt 1861 -
m. Oct-Dec 1886
  1. Charles L HardyAbt 1883 -
  2. Gertrude M HardyAbt 1885 -
  3. William H HardyAbt 1887 -
  4. Phoebe E HardyAbt 1888 - Aft 1920
  5. Ernest C HardyAbt 1891 -
  6. Frank HardyAbt 1894 -
Facts and Events
Name Lawrence William Hardy
Alt Name William Hardy
Gender Male
Birth[1][2] 25 Nov 1842 Westminster, Middlesex, England2 Knightsbridge Green
Marriage 15 Aug 1863 Newington St. Mary, Surrey, EnglandTrinity Church
to Sarah C Roe
Marriage Oct-Dec 1886 Lambeth Registration District, Surrey, Englandto Emily P Facer
Death[3] 20 May 1920 West Croydon, Greater London, England89 Pemdevon Road
References
  1. Census 1841 -.

    2 Knightsbridge Green, Westminster Note: This census does not appear to use numbers for houses

  2. Birth Certificate - Lawrence William Hardy (Sr).
  3. Death Certificate - Lawrence William Hardy. (1920 West Croydon, County Borough of Croydon).
  4.   Military Files: Lawrence Lionel Hardy.
  5.   Commissary General Muster Books and Paylists - Scots Fusiliers 1858 - 1860.
  6.   Commissary General Muster Books and Paylists - Scots Fusiliers 1867 - 1868.
  7.   Commissary General Muster Books and Paylists - Scots Guards 1877 - 1879.
  8.   Commissary General Muster Books and Paylists - Scots Guards 1860-1861.
  9.   Commissary General Muster Books and Paylists - Scots Guards 1880 - 1882.
  10.   Curator, Guards Museum.
  11.   Birth Certificate - Horace Herbert Hardy.

    Shows Lawrence William as a cornet player

  12.   Service Records - Lawrence William Hardy.

    See full details on photocopies. Main additional information is that he enlisted on 8th Feb 1856 when he was 13 yrs 2 mths (claimed 11 mths). Received 4 Good Conduct Medals and promoted to rank of Serjeant, leaving after 21 years on 27th Sep 1881 with a pension of 1/9d a day.

  13.   Michael Musgrove. ISBN 0 521 37562 2. (Cambridge University Press 1995)
    Appendix 2.

    Quality: 4

  14.   Internet.

    Hardy, L.W. (Rose [1995], 187)
    He was one of the finest cornet players in London at the end of the nineteenth century. He performed at the Crystal Palace
    Rose, Algernon S. Talks with Bandsmen: A Popular Handbook for Brass Instrumentalists. London: n.p., [1895]. Reprinted with a new introduction by Arnold Myers, London: Tony Bingham, [1995]

    Does this refer to him or to the earlier William Hardy, Director of Music?

  15.   Census 1851 - 24 Montpelier, Knightsbridge, London. (Census 1851 - 24 Montpelier, Knightsbridge, London HO 107/1480 18 822).
  16.   Census 1871 - 11 Oakden Street, Lambeth. (RG 10/663).
  17.   Census 1881 - 7 St Johns Road, Regent Place, London.
  18.   Census 1891 - 34 Birchanger Road, Croydon.
  19.   Census 1901 - 56 Arundel Road, Croydon.