Hardman Earle

11th Jul 1792 - 25th Jan 1877

Claimant or beneficiary

Biography

Son of Thomas Earle of Spekelands (1754-1822, Mayor of Liverpool 1787), brother of William Earle the younger, Mayor of Liverpool 1836, nephew of William Earle of Everton.

  1. Charles Turner of City Chambers London and of Liverpool had assigned all his real and personal estate to Hardman Earle, Richard Heywood, John Hayward Turner of Liverpool as Trustees to sell same ... for equal benefit of all creditors.

  2. The children of Hardman Earle were:

. (Sir) Thomas 1820-1900, married daughter of Bank of England agent, merchant etc, left £86,045 9s 7d

. Mary, died in infancy, 1821.

. Hardman 1825-1853, married daughter of ‘Brazilian merchant’ (Caroline – below – married one of the sons of the same merchant); died at sea, buried Lisbon.

. Elizabeth 1826-1905, unmarried, left £43,732 2s.

. Emily 1827-1914, married Hugh Perkins, wool broker, left £45,812 5s 8d

. Harriet 1829-1913, married Archibald Tod share broker, left £58,733 6s 5d.

. Georgina 1830-1908, married Hugh Longueville Jones fundholder (most of his life) and JP (he left £200,000). She left £81,441 16s 2d

. Caroline 1833-1875 married son of the above ‘Brazilian’ merchant; she left £12,000.

. William 1834-1885, married daughter of General Codrington, army officer, left £103,344 1s 3d.

. Arthur 1839-1919, married daughter of a diplomat, merchant, left £635,489 19s 9d


Sources

T71/877 Antigua claim nos. 30 (Thibou's Estate), 46 (Gray's, Belfast), 51 ((Parson Mawle [?]), 87 (Manning's Estate), 131 (Gilbert's and Mercer's Creek), 265 (Lynch's Estate), 269 (Mount Estate), 279 (Montpelier), 350 (Gunthorpe's, St Georges), 362 (Blizards) and 394 (Bodkin's St Paul).

  1. London Gazette, Issue 18883, 13/12/1831, p. 2629.

  2. Email from David Barker 09/03/2021; National Probate Calendar.

We are grateful to David Barker for his assistance with compiling this entry.


Further Information

Absentee?
British/Irish
Name in compensation records
Hard. Earle
Spouse
Mary Langton
Children
Including Sir Thomas Earle 2nd Bart. (1820-1900), Hardman Earle (1825-1853)

Associated Claims (12)

£716 13s 10d
Unsuccessful claimant (consensual) (Assignee)
£4,747 5s 3d
Awardee
£1,708 11s 0d
Unsuccessful claimant (consensual)
£2,158 12s 0d
Awardee
£3,604 8s 9d
Awardee
£2,075 15s 9d
Unsuccessful claimant (consensual) (Assignee)
£2,401 2s 11d
Unsuccessful claimant
£1,549 4s 2d
Unsuccessful claimant (consensual) (Assignee)
£4,194 12s 7d
Awardee
£3,922 3s 0d
Awardee
£398 3s 7d
Unsuccessful claimant
£1,008 12s 7d
Awardee

Legacies Summary

Commercial (4)

Railway Investment
Birmingham and Oxford Junction [184629]  
£4000 
Railway Investment
Derby and Crewe Junction [184699]  
£5000 
Railway Investment
Lliverpool and Preston, and Manchester and Southport [1846280]  
£100000 
Name partner
Salisbury, Turner and Earle
Cotton Brokers  
 

Physical (1)

Country house
Allerton Tower [Built] 
description →
Italianate villa built after Hardman Earle purchased the manor in...

Relationships (1)

Son → Father

Addresses (1)

Allerton Tower, Liverpool, Lancashire, North-west England, England