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Family of Richard Attfield and Ann Paine

Husband: Richard Attfield (1718-1793)
Wife: Ann Paine (1723-1803)
Children: James Attfield (1747-1825)
William Attfield (1749-1837)
Jane Attfield (1752- )
James Attfield (1754- )
Mary Attfield (1757- )
Elizabeth Attfield (1760-1835)
Marriage 28 Feb 1745/46 Godalming, Surrey
Marriage 28 Feb 1745/46 Godalming
Marriage 17 Jun 1746 Worplesdon, Surrey

Husband: Richard Attfield

Name: Richard Attfield
Sex: Male
Father: Nathaniel Attfield (1674-1758)
Mother: Jane Collyer (1677-1734)
Birth 1718 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 29 Nov 1718 (age 0) Farnham, Surrey
Occupation 28 Feb 1745/46 (age 27-28) Farmer, Farnham (MLA)
Will 7 Jul 1763 (age 44-45) Mentioned in will of James Attfield, brother
Death 1793 (age 74-75) Seale, Surrey
Burial 15 Mar 1793 St Laurence, Seale, Surrey

Wife: Ann Paine

Name: Ann Paine
Sex: Female
Father: John Paine (1689-c. 1745)
Mother: Mary Smith ( - )
Birth 1723 Seale, Surrey
Baptism 1 Nov 1723 (age 0) Seale, Surrey
Death 1803 (age 79-80) Seale, Surrey
Burial 13 Aug 1803 St Laurence, Seale, Surrey
Probate 28 Jul 1804 Administration by son James (see notes)

Child 1: James Attfield

Name: James Attfield
Sex: Male
Spouse 1: Jane Boxall (1748-1785)
Spouse 2: Ann Boxall (bef1766-1792)
Spouse 3: Mary Hudson (c. 1755-1839)
Spouse 4: Elizabeth Withall (c. 1761-1833)
Birth 1747 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 3 Feb 1747/48 (age 0-1) Farnham, Surrey
Occupation 14 Jun 1791 (age 43-44) Maltster, Farnham (mentioned in will of Ann Jewer, Tongham)
Occupation 1801 (age 53-54) Malster, Farnham (Jury-Qualified Freeholders and Copyholders, Surrey 1696-1824, Ancestry)
Will 15 Feb 1811 (age 63-64) Mentioned in will of William Anthony ("James Attfield the son of my late uncle Richard Attfield")
Will 22 Jan 1818 (age 70-71) Executor to will of Ann Jewer, Tongham
Will 24 Aug 1825 (age 77-78) Date of Will (proved 18.2.1826)
Death 10 Nov 1825 (age 77-78) Farnham, Surrey
Burial 16 Nov 1825 St Andrew, Farnham, Surrey (aged 77)

Child 2: William Attfield

Name: William Attfield
Sex: Male
Spouse: Hannah Freakes (1752-1800)
Birth Feb 1748/49 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 10 Feb 1748/49 (age 0) Farnham, Surrey
Occupation Yeoman farmer. Bailiff to the Bishop of Winchester
Will 10 Jun 1793 (age 44) Executor to will of James Freakes of Farnham, farmer ("friend")
Will 15 Feb 1811 (age 61-62) Mentioned in will of William Anthony ("William Attfield the son of my late uncle Richard Attfield")
Occupation 13 Apr 1816 (age 67) Bailiff to the Bishop of Winchester, Farnham
Will 14 Aug 1837 (age 88) Date of Will
Death fact 1837 (age 87-88) 1837 Dec Qtr, Farnham, 4/73
Death 14 Oct 1837 (age 88) Farnham Castle, Farnham, Surrey
Cause: Jaundice from diseased liver
Burial 18 Oct 1837 St Andrew Farnham (aged 87)
Probate 18 Oct 1838 Probate to James Attfield and Francis Attfield, sons, and William Birch

Child 3: Jane Attfield

Name: Jane Attfield
Sex: Female
Spouse: John Smith ( -1793)
Birth 1752 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 16 Dec 1752 (age 0) Farnham, Surrey
Will 7 Sep 1787 (age 34-35) Mentioned in husband's will

Child 4: James Attfield

Name: James Attfield
Sex: Male
Birth 1754 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 15 Mar 1754 (age 0) Farnham, Surrey

Child 5: Mary Attfield

Name: Mary Attfield
Sex: Female
Spouse: James Copas (1756- )
Birth 1757 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 13 Jul 1757 (age 0) Farnham, Surrey

Child 6: Elizabeth Attfield

Name: Elizabeth Attfield
Sex: Female
Spouse: John May (c. 1767-1843)
Birth 1760 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 2 Aug 1760 (age 0) Seale (father = Richard Atfield)
Death 1835 (age 74-75) Aldershot, Hampshire
Burial 29 May 1835 Aldershot, Hampshire

Note on Husband: Richard Attfield

28 Feb 1746. Richard Atfield of Farnham, farmer, and Anne Paine of Godalmine, spinster, 21 ; at Godalmine. Andrew Hook of Godalmine, framework knitter, 2nd s.

MLA, Commissary Court of Surrey

Note on Wife: Ann Paine

July 1804 Ann Attfield Admon

On the twenty eighth day letters of administration of all and singular good chattels and credits(?) of Ann Attfield late of Farnham in the county of Surrey widow deceased was granted to James Attfield the natural and lawful son and one of the next of kin of the said deceased he having been first sworn duly to Administer. Inventory by January.'