A farmerís wife in Skelton after living in Brotton until she was 40

 

Anna Farndale
19 April 1801 to 22 November 1867

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Born

 

Anna Farndale daughter of William & Mary Farndale (FAR00183) of Kilton baptised Brotton, 17 May 1801.

(Brotton PR & IGI)

www.birdsinthetree.com indicates a DOB of 19 April 1801


Lived

 

Census 1841 Brotton:

Anna Farndale, age 35; born Brotton (ie 1806).


Married

Anna Farndale daughter of William Farndale, farmer of Skelton, married William Phillips, 24 August 1841.(Anna was 40 when she married). William Phillips was a farmer, son of William Phillips, also a Farmer. They were married in the chapel of Brotton. William Close took the service and the marriage was solemnised in the presence of Elizabeth Johnson and Thomas Dixon. Marriage Certificate.

(Brotton PR & IGI)

Anna Farndale, of full age, spinster of Brotton daughter of William Farndale, farmer, married William Phillips, farmer of Seamer, bachelor, son of William Philips on 24th August 1841 at The Chapel, Brotton. Signed William Close, Incumbent and by William and Anna. Witnesses Elizabeth Johnson and Thomas Dixon.

(MC)


Died

Anna Phillips died in 1867 aged 66 at Stokesley. She was buried on 25 November 1867. There is also reference to the parish of Seamer (which is a long way from Stokesley, near Filey, but from her marriage certificate is where William her husband was from).

 

Will

 

Anna Phillips

 

Effects under £300

 

28 February 1868

 

The Will of Anna Phillips late of Stokesley in the county of York deceased who died 22 November 1867 at Stokesley aforesaid was proved at York by the oath of John Farndale (FAR000217) of Stockton upon Tees in the County of Durham Corn Merchant the sole Executor.