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Ann Farndell

Ann Farndell

Posted: 19 Jul 2001 2:07AM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 9 Oct 2001 2:18PM GMT
Surnames: Farndell, Hunt, Passible/Passiful
My 3rd great grandmother was an Ann Farndell born abt 1781 in Chichester, Sussex. Possibility she is daughter of John Farndell/Mary Barrow...but have not been able to prove connection. Ann married Abraham Hunt...possibly in 1802 in Portsea, Hampshire. He was a China merchant and they had a family of 8 children that I know of. Most of children born in London area. Any information about early Farndells or Hunts appreciated.

Re: Ann Farndell

Posted: 8 Oct 2001 7:18PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 2 Mar 2004 6:47PM GMT
Surnames: Farndell
hello ann iam trying to find out if you have any links with farndell close chichester as i am told this close was named as there were two tithe barns on that site in or around 1066 to 1100ad. i am told that my roots to the family started in or around the french german border with the spelling fern-dale or farndale or vern-dale please reply if you have any idea.


thanks m farndell 8/10/01

Re: Ann Farndell...reply to Mark

Posted: 9 Oct 2001 2:36PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Farndell
It sounds as if you are much further back than I, so not certain how I could help. My 4th great grandmother was an Ann Farndell, born about 1781 in Chichester, Sussex...according to census records. She married Abraham Hunt, a glass and china merchant on 1st of Feb 1802. Their children were born in Appledram, Sussex, South Stoke, Oxford, and London. The only documented proof I have of the Farndell connection is at the death of Ann's son Zebulon in 1838 at age 23 yrs. Informant was a "Mary Ann Farndell, cousin." Feel free to contact me at holingbery@aol.com if you have any other questions.

Re: Ann Farndell

Posted: 15 Nov 2005 2:35PM GMT
Classification: Query
Edited: 10 May 2006 10:34AM GMT
the only thing I've found is Alice and Albert Farndell in Portsmouth (my father's home town) in the 1901 census. I don't know if they are any relation to us or any other info about them other than he was a stoker which ties in with my father's father working in the port possibly in the Navy also. Don't know if this is any use to you.

Re: Ann Farndell

Posted: 22 May 2006 12:16PM GMT
Classification: Query
Surnames: Farndell
Hi

I too am curious about that address. Did you know that in those days farndell was apparently a word use for a piece of land granted to people. It's about a quarter of an acre I think. The Farndale spelling to the best of my knowledge is the Yorkshire origin and my father has always believed our Farndells (originally from Sussex) was supposed to be "of Arundel" which is plausible but I've found no evidence since they seem to have come from much further west.
Susan

Re: Ann Farndell

Posted: 15 Oct 2008 4:21PM GMT
Classification: Query
Hello
I'm interested in your Passiful connections - I am descended from a Mary Ann Passiful born 1791 Quebec, Canada - British Subject. What she was doing in Canada I have no idea - she was back in the UK by 1810,
Regards
Mark Breeze
Posted: 11 Sep 2012 10:05PM GMT
Classification: Query
i am trying to trace the parents of my grandfather GEORGE JAMES FARNDALE, NEE FARNDELL. DOB 02 FEB 1892 PORTFIELD SUSSEX,his mother was MARTHA FARNDELL,DOB 1864 STATED FATHER NOT KNOWN.
She went on to marry JOSEPH BRIDGER DOB 1866 who became his stepfather and he was listed as GEORGE FARNDELL in the 1901 census then GEORGE BRIDGER in the 1911 census. BUT he then was in WW1 as GEORGE JAMES FARNDALE and married in 1919 as GEORGE JAMES FARNDALE and stated his father as JOSEPH BRIDGER. ? I need help on this mystery. NATIONAL RECORDS cannot trace GEORGE JAMES FARNDALE OR GEORGE JAMES FARNDELL
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