son of George Farndall (FAR00067) baptised Skelton. (First record of a Farndale with a
full birth date).
William Farndale must have married about 1622/23 because of
dates of birth of his family deduced from his Will and PRs. Did he marry Jane ?? (see below).
Jane Farndale of Moorsome buried, Liverton 22 Oct 1682. If she was 80 when she died then she was born about 1602?
William Farndale of Moorsome had two hearthes.
(Hearth Tax, 1674)
William Farndale of Liverton was exempt from paying Hearth Tax.
(Hearth Tax, 1685)
William Farndale, of Hilton brought charges against James Hodgeson and William Kempley of
Seamer on 23 Aug 1685.
(deduced from his Will and entries in
George Farndall, born Skelton 3 Oct 1624 (FAR00077).
Isabell Farndayll, born Skelton 31 May 1628 (FAR00079).
James Farndell, born Skelton 1630 (FAR00080).
Anne Farndell, born and died Skelton Sep 1632 (FAR00081).
Unknown Farndale, who married John Mitin,
say born 1634.
22 Jan 1697. Will of William Farnedaile,
of Lytle Ayton proved. (If it is this William he
must have been 98 years old. However it fits as
there is no mention of a wife, his eldest son is dead and he has great grand children).
‘January this 22nd Day of 1697. I William Farnedaile of Lytle Ayton within the Diocese of Yorke,
being weake in bodye but
whole and sound in mind and of good and perfeit
memory, prassed God for itt
doe make and ordain this my last will and all former wils
be voide and of none effect. First of all I bequeath my soule unto the
hands of my Heavenly Father that, as He did create itt
also by the pretious blode
of Jesus Christ he will again for his sake receive itt.
Item. I give to my sonne George Farndall’s
(FAR00077) three sonns, Francis, George and
Richard, 5 pound apece.
Item. I give unto George’s (FAR00077) three
daughters, Elizabeth, Merill and Elce (Alice?), fifte shilling apece.
Item. I give unto my sonne James farndale, (FAR00080) my
best sute of close and ten shilling in the year for
Item. I give unto James farndale’s
sonns (FAR00094 & FAR00098) six shilling and
Item. I give unto my daughter Ishbil
Atkinson (FAR00079) twenty shilling and to her seven children six
shilling and eight pence apece.
Item. I give unto my son-in-law John Mitin
and his wife ten shilling apece
and ten shilling apece to his five children.
Item. I give unto Robert Hooper the elder, ten shilling.
Item. I give unto William Farndale (FAR00093)
Item. I give unto the poor of Skelton, one shilling and
Item. I give unto the poor of Moorsome, three
Item. I give unto the poor of Stanghowe,
And it is my will
that all the above legacies shall be paid by my executors within one whole
year after my decease being lawfully demanded and paieing
a discharge of the same to all persons as is att
age. And for such as is not att age, to pay them as
they coum of age, and any of them that shall be
taken away before they coum of age, then the
legacies soe given shall be redeemed to my executor.
And it is my will
that my debts shall be paide, my funerall expenses discharged and bodie
committed to the ground, all the rest of my estate whatsoever moveable and
unmoveable, I give to my grandchilde, William Farndalle,
(FAR00093) the son of George
Farndalle (FAR00077) deceased, whom I make my
whole and sole executor of this my last Will and Testament. In witness
whereof I, the said William Farndalle, (FAR00093) have sett
my hand and seal the day and year first above written.
William Farndale (Seal).
William Farndale, died January 1677 at Great Ayton and was buried 24th Jan
1677 at Great Ayton.
(Great Ayton PRs)
There is also a record that William
Farndale was buried on 24 January 1678 at the All Saints
Anglican Church at Great Ayton (Cleveland Historical Society)