Known History

Baptised 1822 (Nov 10) Ramsey, Isle of Man
  (illegitimate son of Daniel Teire and Ann Sayle)

Married in church of St Nicholas, Liverpool
  (then a broom maker living in Dryden Street)
Living in Bostock St, Liverpool at 1851 census
  (described as a broom hawker in census)

Living in Evans Street, Liverpool at 1861 census
  (described as a cotton porter in census)

Living at 7 Hackthorpe Street, Liverpool in 1871
  (described as a broom hawker in census)

In the Brownlow Hill workhouse at 1881 census
  (described as a broom maker in census)
Died at 103 Cazneau Street, central Liverpool
Buried 1883 (Nov 6) Liverpool cemetery

Surname is spelt Tier or Teare in some records


Probably born about 1826 in Liverpool
  (her father was William Griffiths, a gardener)
Probably a servant in Liverpool at 1841 census
Living with her daughter Maria at 1881 census
Living with her daughter Alice at 1891 census
Living with daughter Margaret at 1901 census
Died 1902 (Feb 19) Liverpool, Lancashire

Not Known

Further details of his wife's origins and family