Agricultural labourer of Skelton who married Elizabeth Taylor

 

Martin Farndale
17 December 1818 to 12 July 1862 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Born

 

Martin Farndale, son of George & Mary Farndale (FAR00215) of Easby, farmer, baptised Great Ayton. (IGI entry says baptised Stokesley).

(Stokesley PR & IGI)


Lived

 

Census 1841 - Skelton:

Martin Farndale, age 25; male servant; born in Yorks (about 1816).

1861 Census

 

Martin Farndale is the head of the family, an agricultural labourer, at 61 Galey Hill, Hutton Lowcross, with Elizabeth and John then aged 12 and Matthew, then aged 10.

 

Married

Martin Farndale, son of George Farndale (FAR00215), married, Elizabeth Taylor, Skelton, 27 Feb 1842. (Martin aged 24).

Martin Farndale of full age, bachelor, labourer of Skelton son of George Farndale (215), labourer married Elizabeth Taylor of full age, spinster of Fogga, Skelton, daughter of James Taylor, farmer at the Parish Church Skelton on 19th February 1842.

(Skelton PR)(MR)


Family

William Farndale, born Skelton 16 Dec 1842 (FAR00356).

Martin Farndale, born Skelton 19 Sep 1845 (FAR00364).

John Farndale, born Skelton 26 Jun 1848 (FAR00376).

Matthew Farndale, born Skelton 25 Jun 1850 (FAR00383).

(Skelton PR)


Lived

 

Census - 1851 - Skelton- Fogga Farm:

James Taylor, head, age 74, widower, born Barnby, farmer 70 acres.

Elizabeth Farndale, 40, marr, daughter and wife of Martin Farndale, born Fylingdales (ie 1811).

Martin Farndale, 33, marr, born Easby, Son-in-law (ie born 1818).

William Farndale, son of Martin, age 8, born Skelton, grandson (FAR00356).

Martin Farndale, son of Martin, age 5, born Skelton, grandson (FAR00364).

John Farndale, son of Martin, age 2, born Skelton, grandson (FAR00376).

Matthew Farndale, son of Martin, age 9, born Skelton, grandson (FAR00383).


 

Census 1861 - Hutton Lowcross:

Martin Farndale, head; marr; age 42; ag lab; born Easby (1819).

Elizabeth Farndale, wife; age 44; born Skelton (1817).

John Farndale, son; age 12; scholar; born Skelton (1849) (FAR00376).

Matthew Farndale, son; age 10; scholar; born Skelton (1851) (FAR00383).


 

Church Warden:

Martin Farndale, shown as Church Warden of Brotton Church in 1861.

(Brotton Church Records)


 

Died

Martin Farndale died 12 Jul 1862 aged 43 Guisborough from empyema; Elizabeth Farndale was present at the death.

Martin Farndale of Guisborough buried Skelton 14 July 1862 aged 43.

(DC)


 

Family’s life after he died

 

Census 1881- 1, Kilton Village:

‘Bessie’ (Elizabeth?) Farndale, head; widow; age 70; born Whitby? (1811).

John Farndale, son; u/m; age 32; railway porter; born Skelton (1849) (FAR00376).

Matthew Farndale, son u/m; age 30; ag lab; born Skelton (1851) (FAR00383).


 

Census 1891 - Craggs Hall Farm, Brotton:

Elizabeth Farndale, widow; aged 80; born Whitby; (1811).[Shown as mother to Matthew Farndale of Craggs Hall].


 

Elizabeth Died

Elizabeth Farndale widow of Martin Farndale, farmer, age 83, died of influenza (4 days) and sirgultas (4days), on 21st March 1894 at Craggs Hall Farm, Brotton. M A Farndale, daughter in law in attendance at Craggs Hall farm, Brotton. Registered 22 Mar 1894. Death Certificate.

(DC)


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Elizabeth Farndale of Brotton buried Skelton aged 83, 24 Mar 1894. (Therefore born 1811)

(Skelton PR)


 

Gravestone Skelton Old Churchyard;

‘In loving memory of Martin Farndale of Skelton who died 11th July 1862 aged 43 years also Elizabeth wife of the above who died at Craggs Hall Farm on 21st March 1894 in her 84th year. Also William son of the above who died 29th June 1852 aged 11 years.’

             (White Marble headstone).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Probably not this Elizabeth Taylor.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Gravestone of Martin Farndale is at Skelton Church, old churchyard near Skelton Castle