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Track The Plaque

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By M@ Last edited 121 months ago
Track The Plaque
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Part 6

Japheth Tickle. An uncommonly named gentleman, who would sit comfortably on the pages of a Dickens novel. He was an actual, factual Londoner, as attested by this foundation stone. But where is it? And does anyone have more information on this splendid chap?

Last Updated 25 March 2007

scott

crown court, cheapside? quick research indicates tickle died in 1915, was a member of the corporation for cheap ward, and a deputy alderman. Died at age 78. Source: The Times (Nov 22, 1915)

Alan S

Japheth seems to have been born in Bolton, Lancashire in 1837/38. Two marriages are registered, once in 1860 in Manchester, and again in 1870 in Shoreditch, London. He died in 1915 in London, having lived in Cheapside for a while. (all info gleaned from Ancestry.com) One son, Ronald Japheth died in British Columbia in 1949. I've not found out if John Tickle from Big Brother and Brainiacs is related at all...

Tom

Japeth Tickle is on a plaque on basinghall st, ec2