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William Eardley

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Kern County Land Company

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Letter from Jim Eardley

www.eardley.org [cached]

We have some details about my grandfather, William Arthur Eardley (b. 1867, Gloucester, d. 1953, Bakersfield,
California), known as Will. He was the grandson of William Eardley and the son of William Eardley (b. 1837, with William Eardley, dated 31 March 1860, Leith, Scotland. Will moved to Los Angeles and later to Bakersfield where he was the supervisor of the Kern County Land Company's flour mill for many years. As to my ignorance about Fred, there was a family rift between Will and my parents and hence I never met him until the last year of his life.


News from around the Province - Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire

www.westlancsfreemasons.org.uk [cached]

Also in the photograph is (from left to right) John Topping - Provincial Communications Officer for Blackpool and South Fylde Groups, Bill Eardley - Chairman of the Blackpool Group, John Selcoe - Past Master of St John's Lodge and Philip Welsh, Chairman of the St John's Church Appeal.


News from around the Province - Provincial Grand Lodge of West Lancashire

westlancsfreemasons.org.uk [cached]

Also in the photograph is (from left to right) John Topping , Provincial Communications Officer for Blackpool and South Fylde Groups, Bill Eardley , Chairman of the Blackpool Group, John Selcoe , Past Master of St John's Lodge and Philip Welsh, Chairman of the St John's Church Appeal.


www.westlancsfreemasons.org.uk

Supporting Kevin were grand officer William Eardley, Chairman of the Blackpool Group John Turpin, vice chairman David Cook and acting Provincial Grand Steward Tony Rigby.
Pictured from left to right, are: Tony Rigby, William Eardley, Kevin Poynton, Carl Hayhurst, Mike Thompson, John Turpin and John Cross. Pictured from left to right, are: Tony Rigby, William Eardley, Kevin Poynton, Carl Hayhurst, Mike Thompson, John Turpin and John Cross.


Peter Dzik's Historical Notes on the Eardley Name - a Meaningful Review

www.eardley.org [cached]

But even during World War I there were 52 Yeardleys serving in the British armed forces, even though over time, most surnames had crystallised as Eardley.
But it could also be from Lieutenant - Colonel William Eardley, guardian of Eardley Hall and Ravensclough and his niece Elizabeth, until her coming of age in 1667. The case shows the problems from recording of names at the time. On his second marriage in 1656 the vicar enters "Richard Yardley alias Eardley" in the parish records. This man is unrecorded anywhere yet he has numerous descendants nationally and worldwide especially in the USA) and a link to a long previous ancestry. Will of William Eardley of Westminster , Middlesex "The 1583 Heraldic records also note that in ancient times the Yardleys of Staffordshire (Audley) were called Eardley." Most children seemed to have stayed in the Rushton area , except William. Doubtless 5th s. of William, of Yardley (Eardley), Staffs. Will, Canterbury. (Peile, I. 159; J. H. R. Yardley; Al. Oxon.)


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