Post office clerical assistant and civil servant


George William Farndale
September 1886 to 15 December 1948 


 The Great Ayton 2 Line 











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George William Farndale, born Knaresborough District. Son of Joseph and Sophia Farndale (FAR00411)


George William Farndale registered Knaresborough Jul - Sep 1886

(GRO Vol 8a? page 114? - 1837 Online)




Census 1901, 24 Cheltenham Place, Harrogate


Joseph Farndale, head aged 45, bootmaker (born 1856)


Sophia Farndale, wife, aged 46


Maud Farndale, daughter, aged 22 (born 1879)


Edith Elizabeth Farndale, daughter, aged 17, millinerís apprentice (born 1884)


George Farndale, son aged 14 (born 1887)


Charles Farndale, son, aged 12 (born 1889)


Esther Margaret Farndale, daughter aged 9 (born 1891)





Census 1911, 24 Drigon Terrace, Harrogate (born Great Ayton)


Joseph Farndale, head aged 56, bootmaker


Sophia Farndale, wife, aged 56


Richard Farndale, widow and father of Joseph, aged 86 (born Nunthorpe) (born 1825)


George Farndale, son aged 25, post office clerk, born Harrogate


Charles Farndale, son, aged 22, clothing shop assistant, born Harrogate


William Farndale, nephew aged 24


Edith Elizabeth Farndale, daughter, aged 27, born Harrogate


Esther Margaret Farndale, daughter aged 20, drapery shop assistant, born Harrogate


Military Service:

011374 Corporal George William Farndale, RAOC, awarded British War and Victory Medals.

(Medal Roll)




George W Farndale, died age 62 at Leeds District Dec 1948.





 London Gazette, 4 March 1949