Henry Hoyle (c.1830-1899)

Henry Hoyle was a linen draper, photographer and stationer.


He was born in Huddersfield.

By 1861, he had married Elizabeth Bayldon of Wath-upon-Dearne and was working as a linen draper. The couple had two known children who were twins, both born on 6 January 1862 and baptised on 9 February 1862 at Highfield Independent Chapel, Huddersfield.:

  • Annie Hoyle (1862-?)
  • Albert Hoyle (1862-?)
Huddersfield Chronicle (21/May/1870)

As early as 1867, he was a photographer with a studio at Longroyd Bridge.[1] By 1870, he was advertising his studio as being 24 and 25a Spring Street, Huddersfield.[2]

The 1871 Census recorded him as a photographic artist residing on Spring Street, Huddersfield.

By 1881, they had moved to Layton-with-Warbreck, Lancashire, where he was working as a stationer and bag maker. His wife died prior to the 1891 Census, when he was working as a wholesale stationer and paper merchant.

Henry Hoyle of 28 Peter Street, Blackpool, Lancashire, died on 12 February 1899.

Notes and References

  1. Huddersfield Chronicle (02/Mar/1867).
  2. Huddersfield Chronicle (21/May/1870).

Henry Hoyle (c.1830-1899)


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