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Richard T Farndell (View posts)
Posted: 8 Jan 2000 10:51PM GMT
I am doing research on my ancestry for school. Pls give any info you might have.

Farndell family in Portsmouth England

Shirley Simms (View posts)
Posted: 31 Jan 2000 6:39AM GMT
My maiden name was Farndell and I would be grateful for any information about our family. My father was Henry Oscar Farndell, born 1908, died 1960. He had two sisters and a brother, Roy who was killed during the Great War. His sisters were Dorothy and Min. Apart from their coming from Portsmouth, and their great-grandfather working on the Royal yacht we know little. Please Email with news.

Farndell Family

Michael Farndell (View posts)
Posted: 18 Mar 2000 1:05PM GMT
Hello,
my name's mike and I'm from Portsmouth (UK), if you are still after info on the family Farndell from the Portsmouth end I'll be happy to check it out for you. But, I wont be around for about a month as I'm going on holiday tommorow.

Farndells in Portsmouth

Michael Farndell (View posts)
Posted: 18 Mar 2000 3:00PM GMT
Hi Michael, thank you for the message. Yes, I would be delighted to hear from you on your return. I am away 30th March -12th April, so after that will be fine.

I will ask my brother, Martin Farndell what else he can remember about the family. There aren't many of us left now, and only his children Anne and Ian have the name. Anne I know would like to meet more family, so let's hope we can turn up some, past or present. My email is
shirleysimms@firstaudley.fsnet.co.uk

Look forward to hearing from you

Shirley

farndells in portsmouth

Posted: 20 Nov 2000 7:51AM GMT
Edited: 30 Jan 2003 7:11PM GMT
I am also researching my family tree,and my maiden name is farndell. grandfather`s sister
became lucy glasspool,her husband,alan,served on the royal yaught.

reply to shirley simms

Posted: 24 Nov 2000 12:39AM GMT
Edited: 30 Jan 2003 7:11PM GMT
I have a distant relative who was working on the royal yaught- see the message I put out by accident in your name!!!

Really Interested!!

natalie farndell (View posts)
Posted: 16 Mar 2001 5:42AM GMT
The farndell name is on my fathers side of the family.
His father was one of 9 children born in the war years.
Most of us still live in and around Portsmouth and as far as i know we all live in England.
If you find out any new info, please E-mail me. I know my grandfather would be really interested to know.
Thanx.

reply to natalie farndell

Posted: 1 May 2001 12:46PM GMT
Edited: 6 Jul 2001 9:22PM GMT
my maiden name was farndell. our family have lived in and around emsworth, havant warblington,westbourne for as long as i can remember.. i have traced my family back to a marriage in racton church,sussex in 1772,any information i have that you would be interested in you would be welcome to....i warn you i have plenty of it

Re: reply to natalie farndell

Posted: 18 May 2002 9:49PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 29 Nov 2006 9:22PM GMT
Dear Liz

I am doing my husband's family tree of Dredge but spelt Dridge in the 19th century in Emsworth. Granddad was Charles Dridge and his father was William born 1851. William's mother I believe was Jane Dridge who married James Farndell abt 1853 as I have found them all together in the 1861 census. So whether William is a son of James I don't know, as William was born before James and Jane married. James I believe was born abt 1829/30. The nearest James I have found on the IGI was christened 1828. In the 61 census they had children, Fanny Caroline and Eliz. Would be please to hear from you. Irene

Re: reply to natalie farndell

liz dalgleish (View posts)
Posted: 19 May 2002 7:55AM GMT
Classification: Query
Hi Irene, James Farndell (baptized on the 13th July,1828 at Warblington Church ) did marry Jane Dridge on the 3rd May, 1853 at St. James`s Church,Emsworth . His Mother and Father were James Farndell and Ann Miller and I can go back quite a bit further.
On the 1851 census James the Father was not there he had died on the 12th October, 1841, aged 39, buried at Warblington.His wife Ann had become Head of the Family, they were living at Saffron Hill Emsworth (which is now South Street,) James had moved out I would presume that he was William`s Father and might of been living with Jane Dridge,
James had quite a few Brother`s and Sisters, I also have their Marriages etc. if you wanted them.
I have on the 1861 census living at Saffron Hill James and Jane with their Children;
William age 10, a Scholar
Fanny Sara age 8 (baptized 2nd October, 1853 at Warblington,
Caroline age 6 (baptized 24th, June 1855 at Saint James`s Church, Emsworth,
Elizabeth age 3 (baptized 2nd December, 1860 at Warblington .

I hope this has been of interest to you , if you would like to know more contact me on my E-mail. Liz

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