Frances Farley 1832-1864

Frances FARLEY is the mother of my 2nd great grandfather Henry NEWICK. Henry NEWICK was born at Stonegate, Sussex on 14 December 18571. The birth certificate gives his parents’ names as Henry NEWICK and Frances FARLEY.

When BornNameSexName and Surname of FatherName and Maiden Surname of MotherRank or Profession of FatherInformantWhen Registered
14 December 1857. Stonegate, SussexHenryBoyHenry NEWICKFrances NEWICK formerly FARLEYLabourerHenry NEWICK. Father. Stonegate, Ticehurst04 January 1858

1841 Census

In 1841, Frances FARLEY was 9 years old and living at home with her parents and 5 siblings at Limden Lane, Ticehurst, Sussex2. Her father William FARLEY was an agricultural labourer.

NamesAgeProfession, Trade or EmploymentBorn in the County of Sussex?
William FARLEY45Agricultural labourerYes
Elizabeth FARLEY40Yes
Jane FARLEY14Yes
Ann FARLEY12Yes
Frances FARLEY9Yes
James FARLEY6Yes
Eliza FARLEY4Yes
Sarah FARLEY2Yes

1851 Census

In 1851 Frances FARLEY was 19 years old and she was living and working at Bines, Burwash, Sussex3. She was living in the household of John B NEWTON, a farmer of 210 acres, where she was a general servant.

Name and SurnameRelation to HeadConditionAgeRank, Profession or OccupationWhere Born
Frances FARLEYServantUnmarried19General servantTicehurst, Sussex

Marriage

Henry NEWICK and Frances FARLEY were married at St Mary’s Church, Ticehurst, Sussex on 19 July 18534. The marriage certificate shows that they were both residents of Ticehurst, Sussex, and that Frances’ father was William FARLEY, a labourer.

When MarriedName and SurnameAgeConditionRank or ProfessionResidenceFather’s Name and SurnameRank or Profession of Father
19 July 1853Henry NEWICK23 yearsBachelorLabourerTicehurstThomas NEWICKLabourer
Frances FARLEY21 yearsSpinsterDomestic servantTicehurstWilliam FARLEYLabourer
Witnesses: James REED & Jane READ

1861 Census

In 1861 Henry & Frances NEWICK were living at Jordan’s Land, Willingdon, Sussex5 with 4 of their children: James, Emily, Henry and Joseph.

Name and SurnameRelation to HeadConditionAgeRank, Profession or OccupationWhere Born
Henry NEWICKHeadMarried30Agricultural labourerEtchingham, Sussex
Frances NEWICKWifeMarried29Agricultural labourer’s wifeTicehurst, Sussex
James NEWICKSonUnmarried6ScholarTicehurst, Sussex
Emily NEWICKDaurUnmarried5ScholarTicehurst, Sussex
Henry NEWICKSon3ScholarTicehurst, Sussex
Joseph NEWICKSon11 monthsWillingdon, Sussex

Death

Frances NEWICK (FARLEY) died about July 1864 in Eastbourne, Sussex, England at the age of 396.

Family Members:

Husband:Henry NEWICK 1830-1873
Son (Direct Ancestor):Henry NEWICK 1857-1939
Father:William FARLEY 1796-
Mother:Elizabeth SHADWELL 1797-

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Sources:

  1. Births (CR) England. Ticehurst, Sussex. 14 December 1857. NEWICK, Henry. Entry no. 27.
  2. Census Records. England. Ticehurst, Sussex. 06 June 1841. FARLEY, Wm (head). PN 1109. Book 7. FN 52. p. 4. http://www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 23 September 2021.
  3. Census Records. England. Burwash, Sussex. 30 March 1851. FARLEY, Frances (servant). ED 1e. SN 25. PN 1639. FN 72. p. 7. http://www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 23 September 2021.
  4. Marriages (CR) England. Ticehurst, Sussex. 19 July 1853. NEWICK, Henry and FARLEY, Frances. Collection: England, Select Marriages, 1538-1973. http://www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 18 October 2020.
  5. Census Records. England. Willingdon, Sussex. 07 April 1861. NEWICK, Henry (head). ED 3. SN 34. PN 566. FN 28. p.7. http://www.ancestry.co.uk : accessed 28 June 2021.
  6. Deaths Index (CR) England. RD Eastbourne, [Sussex]. 3rd Q., 1864. NEWICK, Frances. Vol. 2b. p. 39. Age at death: 32. http://www.gro.gov.uk : accessed 05 March 2022.

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