Nicholas farndaile

1512 to 1572

 The Kirkleatham Skelton Line

 

 

 

 

 

 

FAR00059

 

 

 

  

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Born

 

Say age 60 when buried, then born about 1512?

 

Married


Did he marry Agnes (FAR00060)? If so probably when he was about 25, say 1537?

 

Died

 

Nicholas farndaile buried Kirkleatham 6 Aug 1572.

(Kirkleatham Parish Records)

 

Nicholas Farndaile - died about 1572 and buried at Kirkleatham, Yorkshire on 6 August 1572 at the age of 60.

 

Extracted from the Yorkshire, England, Extracted Church of England Parish Records, 1538-1837 (Parish Register of Kirkleatham, 1559-1812, Vol 59; Author: Transcr & Ed: J Charlesworth; Publication Year: 1917)


Agnes Farnedaile, buried 23 January 1586 at Kirkleatham (England, Select Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991; England Deaths and Burials, 1538-1991)




Family

 

Was his family:

William Farndale (FAR00063), born about 1539?

(Doncaster Parish records)



Jean Farndale (FAR00064), born about 1540?

(Kirkleatham Parish Records)

 

If you have traced yourself back to here, you can go back still further in time:

 

You can now explore Farndales between 1150 and 1500 to whom we cannot directly trace our lineage, but who are no doubt our ancestors or those who interacted with them.

 

You can then go back even further to the history of the region prior to 1150.

 

 

 

In time I will see if I can research more information about Nicholas or at least about activities in Kirkleatham between 1512 to 1572.

 

 

 

St Cuthbert’s Church in the village of Kirkleatham was built in 1763 on the site of a much earlier church, thought to have dated from 800 AD. The site of the church is believed to have been used as a resting place for the body of St Cuthbert on its journey to Durham, his final resting place. The Turner Mausoleum, attached to the earlier church, was built in 1740, by the renowned architect James Gibbs. St Cuthbert’s Church is a Grade I listed building.

 

Our common ancestor

 

Although there are some educated guesses in linking Nicholas to his descendants, it seems a fair conclusion that Nicholas is the person to whom many Farndales today can directly trace their ancestry.

I believe that many Farndales today will be able to follow their lineage back to Nicholas. I believe that most Farndales will be able to link into the lineage chart below at some point.

 

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, (FAR00116), 1680-1757

 

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

 

William Farndale, (FAR00183), 1760-?

 

George Farndale, (FAR00215), 1790-1858

 

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

 

Martin Farndale (of Tidkinhow), (FAR00364), 1845-1928

 

Alfred Farndale, (FAR00683), 1897-1987

 

Martin Farndale, (FAR00911), 1929-2000

 

Richard Farndale (FAR01122), b 1963

 

 

 

Once you have established your ancestor somewhere in this line, you will then be able to trace yourself back to Nicholas.

Nicholas is my Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great, Great Grandfather.

 

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