The Craggs Line

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Craggs Line is the family associated with Craggs Hall Farm

 

 

 

  

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The Craggs Line is the family associated with Craggs Hall Farm. Cragg Hall Farm is a Farmhouse, probably late C17 with adaptations and alterations through the C18 and C19. The plan is derived from longhouse tradition, now referred to as 'false longhouse'.

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Kilton 1 Line

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

William Farndale

Born 1725

Married nee Taylor

Farmer of Craggs

See the Kilton 3 Line

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Matthew Farndale, Ann Farndale, Robert Farndale and Ruth Farndale, in front of Craggs Hall, about 1920

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Matthew Farndale

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25 June 1850 to 27 February 1927

Married Mary Liverseed

Farmer

Craggs Hall Farm, Skelton, Stockton, Brotton

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Robert Farndale

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20 August 1885 to 27 March 1972

Married nee Alcock

Wakefield, Craggs, Stockton, Brotton, Staincliffe

Served in the Labour Corps in WW1

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Ruth Farndale

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14 December 1886 to March 1974

Married her cousin, Martin Farndale (FAR00571) in Canada

Craggs, Guisborough, Trochu Alberta, Brotton, Northallerton

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Earnest Farndale

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March 1889 to 30 November 1913

Died aged 24

Craggs, Brotton

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Herbert Farndale

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30 March 1892 to 23 July 1971

Craggs, Brotton

Sergeant in WW1 awarded the Military Medal for gallantry in WW1 and whose house was hit by a German bomb in WW2

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William Farndale

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14 July 1894 to March 1974

Married nee Coverdale

Thirsk, Craggs, Guisborough, Danby, Northallerton

Farmer of Thirsk

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The Wakefield 1 Line

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Thirsk Line

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Craggs Line can trace directly back to 1512 from Matthew Farndale as follows:

Martin Farndale (of Fogga, Skelton), (FAR00264), 1818-1862

 

George Farndale, (FAR00215), 1790-1858

 

William Farndale, (FAR00183), 1760-?

 

John Farndale ("Old Farndale" of Kilton), (FAR00143), 1724-1807

 

John Farndale, (FAR00116), 1680-1757

 

Nicholas Farndale, (FAR00082), 1634-1693

 

Georgins Ffarndayle, (FAR00073), 1602-1693

 

George Ffarndayle, (FAR00067), 1570-1606

 

William Farndale, (FAR00063), 1539-?

 

Nicholas Farndaile (FAR00059), 1512-1572