Samuel Farndale, son of William Farndale (FAR00130)
Samuel Farndale was born
on 4 April 1735 in Brotton, Yorkshire, the son of Abigail nee Gear and William
He married Elizabeth Hutton (1750-1801) on 23 May 1776 in his hometown
Samuel Farndale, married
by banns Elizabeth Hutton both of the Chaplry Brotton on 23rd May 1776. Banns were
published in Brotton Chapel on 5th, 12th
and 19th May 1776 by J Parrington, Minister, Brotton.
Witnesses, Jane and William Webster.
William Farndale, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Farndale,
baptised Brotton 17 Aug 1777 (FAR00200).
Martha Farndale, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth Farndale,
baptised Brotton 6 Apr 1779 (FAR00203).
Elizabeth Farndale, daughter of Samuel and Elizabeth
Farndale, baptised Brotton 22 Jul 1781 (FAR00204).
Abigaile Farndale, daughter of Samuel and
Elizabeth Farndale, baptised Brotton 2
May 1784 (FAR00205).
John Farndale, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Farndale
baptised Brotton 4 May 1788 (FAR00210).
Joseph Farndale, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Farndale,
baptised Brotton 25 Oct 1795 (FAR00228).
Henry Farndale, son of Samuel and Elizabeth Farndale,
baptised Brotton 25 Oct 1795 (FAR00229).
Samuel Farndale, was paid from Kilton Wardens Accounts;
.£3 13s 6d
Samuel Farndale is paid from Kilton
Church Wardens Accounts;
£2 1s 0d
. 3s 2d
. 2s 3d
[There are no further payments after this date].
Samuel Farndale, was also paid from the
16 Jul; 20 bushels of coal at
17 Feb; half a chalder of ships coals at..12s 15
20 Apr; Expenses
£1 1s 0d
[Note; there are no more payments to Samuel after this one.
Did he die? Payments continued to Elizabeth Farndale at monthly intervals
mainly for meal or wheat, occasionally for coals and once for going to Guisborough, up to 1799 after which she
was paid 5s a week until 6 April 180 when she was paid 4s. There are no
further payments to her after this date did she die in 1801?].
John Farndales (FAR00217) Booklet;
In his booklet, Kilton, This Ancient Hamlet of Old John Farndale describes life at
Kilton in the 1790s. He writes,
them is Samuel Farndale and Betty, his wife, and their five children, one yet
still alive (the book was written about 1870), cabinet makers and joiners,
Wesleyans. They had some land, lived to be old and died at Kilton, respected.
Samuel Farndale, died 1797 and Elizabeth, his wife in 1801.