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Ernest Jardine

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Sir Ernest Jardine

1878 Mentioned. 'Ernest Jardine, also of the town of Nottingham, Bicycle Maker'[1]

1879 Partnership dissolved. '...the Partnership heretofore subsisting between the undersigned, Ernest Jardine and Richard J. Ball, trading at Raleigh-street, and 50, Alfreton-road, in the town of Nottingham, and elsewhere as Bicycle Makers and Ironmongers, under the firm of Jardine and Ball, is this day dissolved by mutual consent. All debts due to and owing by the said partnership will be received and paid by the said Richard J. Ball, by whom alone the business will in future be carried on...'[2]

1881 Living at 14 Newcastle Drive, Nottingham: John Jardine (age 56 born Hull), Lace Machine Maker Employing 162 Hands at Present. With his wife Elizabeth Jardine (age 52 born Nottingham) and their son Ernest Jardine (age 21 born Nottingham), Assistant Machine Maker. Also father-in-law William Key (age 80 born Nottingham) and grand-daughter Mary E. Watchorn (age 4 born Nottingham). One servant.[3]



1947 Obituary [4]



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Sources of Information

  1. [1] Gazette Issue 24595 published on the 21 June 1878. Page 48 of 54
  2. [2] Gazette Issue 24788 published on the 2 December 1879. Page 18 of 54
  3. 1881 Census
  4. The Engineer 1947 Jan-Jun: Index