|Relationships|| Carol Tiddle (Wife)|
Marcia Tiddle (Daughter)
Jenny Tiddle (Granddaughter)
Grace Tiddle (Granddaughter)
William Tiddle is a character seen in Delirium. He is the husband of Carol Tiddle and grandfather to Jenny and Grace Tiddle. He is also Lena Haloway's uncle but this is through marriage and not by blood.
Early Life Edit
Very little is known about William's early life. It can assumed that he was born in Portland. He most likely had his evaluations where he was paired with Carol Tiddle and was cured, most likely on his 18th birthday. He had one daughter with Carol: Marcia Tiddle.
For the most part William is absent for the novel as he works at his store, the Stop-N-Save. William does play an important role near the end of the novel; almost stopping Lena from escaping her Cure. However he becomes momentarily distracted when Grace speaks her very first word and as a result Lena manages to escape into the Wilds.
While William isn't mentioned in Requiem what is mentioned is that the whole Tiddle family had to move to the Deering Highlands as no one wanted to be associated with a family so tainted by the disease.
- Despite its rarity for a cured, William is shown to dream on one occasion, caulking a window seemingly forever.
|The Characters of the Delirium Trilogy|
|Main Characters||Magdalena Haloway • Alex Sheathes • Hana Tate • Julian Fineman|
|Other Delirium Characters||Annabel Haloway • Rachel Haloway • Carol Tiddle • William Tiddle • Jenny Tiddle • Grace Tiddle • Brian Scharff • Frank Dorset • Thomas Dale • Dev Howard • David • Angelica Marston|
|Other Pandemonium Characters||Thomas Fineman • Raven • Tack • Hunter • Bram • Lu • Sarah • Blue • Roach • Grandpa|
|Other Requiem Characters||Fred Hargrove • Pippa • Coral • Cassie O'Donnell • Steve Hilt • Elyse Hargrove • Pike • Anne Killegan • Henley • Tony|
|Unseen Characters||Warren Sheathes • Conrad Haloway • Marcia Tiddle • Eldest Fineman Son • Andrew Marcus|