Farndale, born Guisborough District,
baptised 20 Sep at Loftus, son of George and Hannah Farndale
(BR & IGI)
William George Farndale registered Guisbro District Jul to Sep 1868
(GRO Vol 9d page 439? - 1837 online)
- Lamb’s Lane Loftus
William George Farndale, son of George and Hannah Farndale
(FAR00350) of Lamb’s Lane, Lofthouse,
age 2, born Lofthouse.
- 4, Liverton Terrace, Liverton
William George Farndale, son of George and Hannah Farndale, a
miner, of 4, Liverton Terrace, Liverton, age 12,
a scholar, born Loftus.
Census 1891 –
59 Gannet Street, Middlesborough
Now aged 22
Census 1901 –
60 Springhill, ‘California’, Great Ayton
George Farndale, head of household, aged 32, an assistant bookkeeper
wife aged 33
William Farndale aged 23, a bachelor, a clerk of
son of George Farndale, a
joiner, married Annie Emma Bell aged 24 a spinster of Loftus, daughter of William Bell, deceased,
an iron worker at the Parish Church Loftus,
on 16 Apr 1892. William and Annie both signed. Witnesses, Thomas henry
Thomas, Eliza Mary Bell and John Walton Harrison. Arthur H Cummings was
Rector. (ie William born in 1868/9).
Travels to North America
Went to USA 1907
The Ellis Island Website shows
William George and Annie E Farndale both of Great Ayton, North Yorkshire,
travelled to USA arriving on 15 April 1907 on board the Cedric. They had departed from Liverpool. These records show
people who emigrated to USA to work and make money, to improve their position
at home - many later returned (as did William). The immigration centre at
Ellis island processed all people who entered USA from the west. More
information about Ellis Island can be found at the web-site.
another undated record of a journey on a Cunard ship from Montreal to
He is then
shown travelling from
Southampton to New York on 14 October 1925. He lived at 46 Byelands Street, Grove Hill, Middlesborough.
He was an accountant.
William Farndale, age 40 at Guisborough District Sep 1908, (ie born 1868). This must be wrong see above.
record - 9 March 1950