Born: June 30, 1819, Maryport, Cumberland, England.
Died: April 21, 1888, Liverpool, England.
At age 14, Tickle was apprenticed to a draper in Carlisle for six years.
He was baptized in 1838, and moved to Liverpool the next year to join his father in business.
In 1843, Tickle helped found the first Church of Christ in Liverpool. He held a number of leadership positions, including chair of the Lancashire Evangelist Committee for six years, the General Evangelist Committee (1861–88), and chair of seven Annual Meetings.
He edited the Christian Advocate (1879–88), and helped revise the Churches of Christ hymnal in 1888.
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