Charles Hardy

21 Mar 1832 - 16 Jan 1914

Charles Hardy (1832-1914) was born 21 Mar. 1832 in Ely, Cambridgeshire, England. He was the son of George Hardy and Susan Rogers. He married Alice Frances Thomas on 5 Jun. 1865 in Whitton, Middlesex, England. He was baptized about 1854. He was mentioned in letters to Wilford Woodruff from 1888 to 1897 regarding donating money to the Manti Temple, and helping print the Book of Mormon and financially support missionaries in New Zealand. He died 16 Jan. 1914 and was buried in Auckland, Auckland Co., New Zealand.

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