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William Piddington

Colonial Treasurer
In office22 March 1877 - 16 August 1877
Preceded byAlexander Stuart
Succeeded byWilliam Long
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Born( 1813-03-08 ) 8 March 1813 London
Died25 November 1887 (1887-11-25) (aged 72) Sydney

Bill Tarmeywas English actor, singer and author, best known for playing Jack Duckworth in the soap opera Coronation Street. First appearing in the role in November 1979, he played it continuously from 1983 to 2010. Early Life and education: Tarmey was born in Ardwick, Manchester, Lancashire. Shortly after his birth, he moved with his family to live in Bradford, West Riding of Yorkshire, where he was also educate. Following the death of his father William in 1944 whilst driving an ambulance at the Battle of Arnhem during the Second World War, his mother Lilian remarry, to Robert Cleworth. Tarmey attends Bradford Memorial School and Queen Street School. On leaving school, he was apprenticed to his stepfather, who was an asphalt spreader by trade. He also worked in the construction industry for a number of years. Career: In 1968, Tarmey gave up his job in the building industry to work as a nightclub singer and entertainer. In order to supplement his income, he takes on work as extra on shows such as Coronation Street, amongst others. Despite suffering a serious heart attack in 1976 and a stroke in 1977, he was eventually offered the role of Jack Duckworth, character who would go on to become an institution in British soap operas. He underwent quintuple bypass surgery in 1987, and had a pacemaker fit after suffering a second heart attack in 2002, which was used as a storyline in Coronation Street to explain his absence. He also developed sleep apnoea, disrupting his breathing while asleep. Tarmey was an extra in the Granada TV adaptation of King Lear which starred Laurence Olivier in the title role. He was an accomplished singer and released several albums. Three of them, Gift of Love, time for Love and After Hours, appear in the UK Albums Chart. He was the subject of This Is Your Life in 1992 when he was surprised by Michael Aspel on the set of Coronation Street. Departure from Coronation Street: in April 2006, when he turned 65, Tarmey announced he was thinking of retiring, which prompted letters of protest from fans. He wants to leave his role in the long-running television series, Coronation Street, in 2009 due to his multiple health problems, which include severe breathing problems. The show's producers, however, persuaded him to stay until the 50 anniversary, in December of the following year. News of his departure was announced on 9 April 2010. Commenting, he say, I've had the most amazing 30 years playing Jack. Because of him, I've made fantastic friends and travelled all over the world. I'll be sorry to say goodbye. Tarmey's departure was pushed forward to the 8 November 2010 episode because of his health; in this episode, Jack dies asleep in his chair in a manner similar to the death of Vera. This was revealed in What's on TV and several other television guides for that week. Tarmey was the second longest serving male actor in the show.

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Early life

Piddington was born in the parish of Newington Mary, Surrey, England on 8 March 1813, to parents, Bythima and William Weston Piddington. Being from a family of booksellers, William Richman Piddington was initially apprentice to a bookshop in Bond Street, London. He emigrated to Sydney in 1838 and, after farming for a short time on the Hunter River, established a stationary and book shop at 332 George, Sydney. Philosophically radical, he became politically active during the 1840s and 1850s and opposed the conservative constitution proposed by William Wentworth. He was a member of the committee of the Anti-Transportation League and alderman of Sydney Municipal Council in 1851.


Pre Corrie Career

Born on 4 April 1941 in Manchester as William Cleworth Piddington to William and Lillian Piddington. The Piddington family originated in Oxfordshire and moved to Manchester. Bill's father William died in 1944 during the war and his mum remarried Robert Cleworth. When Bill left school, he was apprenticed to his stepfather as an asphalt spreader. In the late 1960s, Bill Tarmey quit the building industry to become a singer and entertainer, and became an extra on TV shows. Bill got married and had 2 children. In 1976, aged just 35, Bill suffered a heart attack and a stroke the following year.

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Government

51872-4. 12. 1872 Colonial Treasurer 22. 31877-16. 81877 born in London in 1815. Unmarried. A book-seller in Bond Street, London, emigrated to New South Wales in 1838 to farm in Hunter. He returned to George Street in 1848 to resume his original career. Bookseller, publisher, director of Bank of New South Wales and trustee of Savings Bank of New South Wales. Political activist and anti-transportation, Piddington represented Northumberland and Hunter from 1856-1859, and Hawkesbury in 1859-77, described as little, squat, burly piece of pompous vulgarity. Also, 'a clear and forcible speaker and at all times firm and fearless in maintaining his opinion. 'Piddington describes parliament of 1862 as being by far the worst House we have ever had-most corrupt-most lazy and useless. Appoint to Legislative Council 1879-1887. He Die suddenly on 25 November 1887 at his lodgings at 414 Castlereagh Street South and bury in the Anglican section of Rookwood cemetery, leaving no relatives in the Colony. Piddingtons estate value for probate at over £12 000.

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Genealogy Research

Here is a collection of tools for genealogists with an interest in William's Family History. If you are a genealogist login to see more tools and options below. Creating an account only takes a couple of minutes. WikiTree is entirely free and open to all genealogists and their family members. If you are a genealogist but don't want to login right now, see contact information below. Please don't leave if you have data and sources to add for William. If you're new to Genealogy see Getting start with Genealogy. Ancestor List for William PIDDINGTON Ancestor List uses ahnen numbering system and presents seven generations in plain text. Ancestor Listmaker View or Download List of up to 20 generations of Ancestors who meet a wide variety of criteria. Compact Family Tree This alternative Tree View is packed with eight generations up to 254 Ancestors along with birth and death dates and locations. The downside is that it's not the conventional Tree format; it may take a couple of minutes to orient yourself. Connections How many degrees of separation are between William and Henry VIII? This Connection Finder includes relationships through marriage, so it is not a genealogical cousin calculator like Our Relationship Finder, but it's fun way to illustrate how closely we're all connect. The Descendant List shows up to five generations of children and grandchildren of William along with their spouses. DNA Ancestors and DNA Descendants Our two DNA views are designed to help you use genetic testing to confirm and expand William's Genealogy. The DNA Ancestors page shows specific Ancestors from whom William got his Y chromosome and mitochondrial DNA. Especially helpful for some serious genetic genealogists is the inheritance pattern for William's X chromosome, also shown here. The DNA Descendants page shows exactly who has inherited William's testable DNA. DNA Ancestor Confirmation Aid This tool helps you take things step beyond DNA Ancestors and DNA Descendants views. Ambitious goal: scientific Confirmation of each parent-child Relationship in William's Tree. Dynamic Tree dynamic Tree expands to include an unlimited number of generations of parents and children. You can zoom in or out and pan around for perfect view as you browse. Dynamic Tree by Topola This app has advanced visualization tools plus downloading and printing capabilities. Family Group Sheet This simple page illustrates nuclear families based on marriages. It's handy when someone has children from more than one marriage. Family List This flexible tool enables you to see more Ancestors and / or Descendants on one page than anywhere else on WikiTree. Fan Chart this tool has lots of options for display, color, and sharing, including DNA inheritance, print with PDF, and other views such as fractal H-Trees and relative SpiderWebs. Images of William There aren't any photographs or source images of William yet. Login To upload one. The Index of Piddingtons this page shows all the piddingtons on WikiTree. It's useful for genealogists with an interest in surnames that go beyond William.

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