See also

Family of Henry Attfield and Mary Ann Cranham

Husband: Henry Attfield (1850-1925)
Wife: Mary Ann Cranham (1850-1902)
Children: Eliza Cranham Attfield (c. 1871- )
Marriage 30 Sep 1876 Hale, Farnham, Surrey

Husband: Henry Attfield

Name: Henry Attfield
Sex: Male
Father: Thomas Attfield (1825-1905)
Mother: Eliza Bartholomew (c. 1832-1927)
Birth 1850 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 19 Mar 1850 (age 0) Hale, Farnham, Surrey (Hatfield)
Birth fact 1850 (age 0) 1850 Mar Qtr, Farnham, 4/173
Fact1 1868 (age 17-18) Convicted of theft (see notes)
Census 1871 (age 20-21) Labourer, living with parents
Census 1901 (age 50-51) General labourer, Weybourne Lane, Farnham
Census 1911 (age 60-61) Farm labourer, living with mother (widower)
Death fact 1925 (age 74-75) 1925 Sep Qtr, Farnham, 2a/159 (aged 75, Henry W Attfield)
Death 1925 (age 74-75) Farnham, Surrey

Wife: Mary Ann Cranham

Name: Mary Ann Cranham
Sex: Female
Father: -
Mother: -
Birth 1850 Cove, Hampshire
Birth fact 1850 (age 0) 1850 Sep Qtr, Farnborough, 4/160
Death fact 1902 (age 51-52) 1902 Jun Qtr, Farnham, 2a/80 (aged 51)
Death 1902 (age 51-52) Farnham, Surrey

Child 1: Eliza Cranham Attfield

Name: Eliza Cranham Attfield
Sex: Female
Spouse: Walter Edwin Larby (c. 1872- )
Birth c. 1871 Farnham, Surrey

Note on Husband: Henry Attfield

"Conviction of thieves and a receiver"

George Cranham, 24, Henry Attfield, 17, George Ayling, 11 and Charles Burgess, 16, pleaded "Guilty" to stealing four coats from the shop of Mr. Richard Halbrook Chilton, at Farnham, and William Westmacott, 27, was indicted for receiving one of the coats, well knowing it to have been stolen. ... Attfield, one of the prisoners, was called as a witness, and proved selling the coats to Westmacott. ... The court sentenced the thieves to eight months' and the receiver to twelve months' hard labour.

Lloyds Weekly Newspaper, 13.12.1868