Particular branches of the family tree

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

From this page, you will be able to explore particular branches of the family

 

 

 

 

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If you have your own story about a particular branch of the family, please let me know and we will tell your story too.

 

With William ffarnedaill born 22 January 1599 (FAR00071), we start to get to much more detail about the individual, and certainty of record. For instance we now have his full date of birth record. William is not in my own direct line of ancestry. But it is at this point that we start to get to different lines to modern families named Farndale

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

This web page explores some particular branches of the family.

 

 

 

I can trace my own lineage back to Nicholas Farndale. I believe that most living Farndales today, will be able to trace into this line at some point, and thereby trace back to our common ancestor, Nicholas.

 

Nicholas Farndaile (FAR00059), 1512-1572

 

William Farndale, (FAR00063), 1539-?

 

George Ffarndayle, (FAR00067), 1570-1606

 

Georgins Ffarndayle, (FAR00073), 1602-1693

 

Nicholas Farndale, (FAR00082), 1634-1693

 

John Farndale, (FAR000116), 1680-1757

 

John Farndale ("Old Farndale" of Kilton), (FAR000143), 1724-1807

 

William Farndale, (FAR000183), 1760-?

 

George Farndale, (FAR000215), 1790-1858

 

Martin Farndale (of Fogga, Skelton), (FAR000264), 1818-1862

 

Martin Farndale (of Tidkinhow), (FAR000364), 1845-1928

 

Alfred Farndale, (FAR000683), 1897-1987

 

Martin Farndale, (FAR000), 1929-2000

 

Richard Farndale (FAR000), 1963

The Australian Farndales

 

The Argo left Liverpool on 8 October 1852. Onboard were Matthew (59), Hannah, his wife (45), Elizabeth (19) their youngest daughter and Mary Ann (23) and her husband William Martin (23). This is the story of their emigration and descendants.

 

 

 

 

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The New Zealand Farndales

 

 

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The Newfoundland Farndales

 

John Farndale emigrated to Newfoundland in about 1910. His grandson, Keith, is still in Canada, in Toronto. John later returned to Yorkshire.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Ontario Farndales

 

John Farndale emigrated to Ontario in 1870 and this page tells the story of his descendants.

 

 

 

 

The second branch of the Ontario Farndales

 

Samuel Farndale emigrated to Oshawa, Ontario (near Toronto) at the end of the nineteenth century and this page tells the story of his descendants.

 

 

 

The Alberta Farndales

 

This was a branch of the family who emigrated from the family of Martin to Alberta in the early twentieth century. Some stayed, one travelled on to the States, and my own grandfather later returned to Yorkshire.

 

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So, there are three main branches of the family who emigrated to Canada:

 

The Newfoundland Farndales

 

The Ontario Farndales

 

The second branch of the Ontario Farndales

 

The Alberta Farndales

 

 

Are you a Farndale living in Canada, or with family in Canada? Please send me an email to rcfarndale@hotmail.com with any information you have.

 

 

 

 

 

The American Farndales

This is the story of Jim Farndale, who emigrated to Canada and then on to America and later became a senator. It is also the story of his descendants.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Tidkinhow Hub

The story of the Farndales who lived at Tidkinhow, from which large family Farndales established themselves in Canada and USA as well as across the UK.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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The Alfred Farndale Branch

This is my own branch of the Farndale family, descendants of Alfred, who emigrated to Alberta, Canada in the 1920s, and later returned to North Yorkshire.

 

The Whitby Farndales were sailors and others engaged in trades such as carpentry in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.

 

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