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Family of Charles Attfield and Henrietta Hart

Husband: Charles Attfield (1809-1873)
Wife: Henrietta Hart (1806-1874)
Children: Henrietta Attfield (1835-1915)
Mary Ann Attfield (1837-1911)
Charles Attfield (1839- )
Alice Ann Attfield (1841-1842)
Emma Hart Attfield (1845-1920)
Ernest Attfield (1847-1901)
Marriage 18 Mar 1834 Farnham, Surrey

Husband: Charles Attfield

Name: Charles Attfield
Sex: Male
Father: Nathaniel Attfield (1775-1821)
Mother: Sarah Pannell (1767-1838)
Birth 1809 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 23 Jan 1809 (age 0) Bapt, Farnham
Will 26 Jan 1839 (age 29-30) Executor to mother's will
Occupation 20 Mar 1839 (age 29-30) Corn factor, West St, Farnham (on son Charles's birth cert.)
Census 1841 (age 31-32) Corn dealer & maltster, West Street, Farnham
Census 1851 (age 41-42) Maltster & corn dealer, West St, Farnham
Occupation 1851 (age 41-42) Corn & seed merchant, West St Farnham (PO Dir 1851)
Census 1861 (age 51-52) Corn dealer, West Street, Farnham
Census 1871 (age 61-62) Corn dealer, 104 West St
Death fact 1873 (age 63-64) Death: 1873 Sept, Farnham, 2a/61
Occupation 1873 (age 63-64) Maltster, corn and coal merchant
Will 16 May 1873 (age 63-64) Date of will (see notes)
Death 16 Sep 1873 (age 63-64) Farnham, Surrey
Burial 20 Sep 1873 St Andrew, Farnham (aged 64)

Wife: Henrietta Hart

Name: Henrietta Hart
Sex: Female
Father: Joseph Hart (c. 1773-1831)
Mother: Molly Elkins (1776-1821)
Birth 1806 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 7 Apr 1806 (age 0) Farnham, Surrey
Census 1841 (age 34-35) Wife in household
Census 1861 (age 54-55) Wife in household
Census 1871 (age 64-65) Wife in household
Death fact 1874 (age 67-68) 1874 Jun Qtr, Guildford, 2a/45 (aged 68)
Death 1874 (age 67-68) Guildford, Surrey
Burial 28 May 1874 St John the Evangelist, Stoke next Guildford (aged 68)

Child 1: Henrietta Attfield

Name: Henrietta Attfield
Sex: Female
Birth 1835 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 18 Sep 1835 (age 0) Bapt, Farnham
Census 1841 (age 5-6) Living with parents
Census 1851 (age 15-16) Living with parents
Census 1861 (age 25-26) Living with parents
Census 1871 (age 35-36) Living with parents
Census 1881 (age 45-46) Housekeeper, Woking, unmarried
Census 1891 (age 55-56) Housekeeper, Selborne, Hants
Census 1901 (age 65-66) Boarding House Keeper, Frogmore, Martyr Rd, Stoke, Guildford
Probate 30 Nov 1911 Executrix to will of Mary Ann Attfield, sister
Death fact 1915 (age 79-80) 1915 Mar Qtr, Hambledon, 2a/372 (aged 79)
Death 8 Mar 1915 (age 79-80) Lynwood, Cranleigh, Surrey

Child 2: Mary Ann Attfield

Name: Mary Ann Attfield
Sex: Female
Birth 1837 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 6 Oct 1837 (age 0) Farnham (source IGI)
Census 1841 (age 3-4) Living with parents
Census 1851 (age 13-14) Pupil, Ripley, Surrey
Census 1861 (age 23-24) Living with parents
Census 1881 (age 43-44) Matron, Charterhouse School, Godalming (unmarried)
Census 1901 (age 63-64) House matron, Charterhouse Block, Godalming (unmarried)
Death fact 1911 (age 73-74) 1911 Dec Qtr, Hambledon, 2a/202 (aged 74)
Death 2 Nov 1911 (age 73-74) Lynwood, Cranleigh, Surrey
Burial 4 Nov 1911 St Nicolas, Cranleigh, Surrey (aged 74, abode Bridge Road, Cranleigh)
Probate 30 Nov 1911 Probate, London (folio 1599) to Henrietta Attfield, spinster, Ernest Crundwell, solicitor, & Oswald Hawkins Latter, schoolmaster

Child 3: Charles Attfield

Name: Charles Attfield
Sex: Male
Birth 20 Mar 1839 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 19 Apr 1839 (age 0) Bapt, Farnham
Birth fact 1839 (age 0) 1839 Jun Qtr, Farnham, 4/129
Census 1841 (age 1-2) Living with parents
Census 1851 (age 11-12) Scholar, 83 Peascod St, New Windsor, Berks
Census 1861 (age 21-22) Business man, boarder, Frant, Kent (unmarried)
Census 1871 (age 31-32) Assistant on land, living with parents (unmarried)
Will 16 May 1873 (age 34) Mentioned in father's will

Child 4: Alice Ann Attfield

Name: Alice Ann Attfield
Sex: Female
Birth 1841 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 10 Sep 1841 (age 0) Baptism, Farnham
Birth fact 1841 (age 0) 1841 Sep Qtr, Farnham, 4/132
Death fact 1842 (age 0-1) 1842 Mar Qtr, Farnham, 4/111 (Alice Anne Attfield)
Death 1842 (age 0-1) Farnham, Surrey
Burial 2 Mar 1842 St Andrew, Farnham (aged 6m)

Child 5: Emma Hart Attfield

Name: Emma Hart Attfield
Sex: Female
Spouse: Joseph Woodcock (c. 1845-1918)
Birth 1845 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 11 Jul 1845 (age 0) Baptism, Farnham (IGI)
Birth fact 1845 (age 0) 1845 Sep Qtr, Farnham, 4/146
Census 1851 (age 5-6) Living with parents
Census 1871 (age 25-26) Living with parents
Census 1881 (age 35-36) Tutor, Beaconsfield; unmarried
Death 1920 (age 74-75) New Zealand

Child 6: Ernest Attfield

Name: Ernest Attfield
Sex: Male
Spouse: Amelia Turvill (1853-1909)
Birth 1847 Farnham, Surrey
Baptism 8 Oct 1847 (age 0) Baptism, Farnham (IGI)
Birth fact 1847 (age 0) 1847 Dec Q, Farnham, 4/152
Census 1851 (age 3-4) Living with parents
Census 1861 (age 13-14) Living with parents
Census 1871 (age 23-24) Living with parents
Census 1881 (age 33-34) Dairyman farmer, Greenham Fields, Berks
Census 1891 (age 43-44) Commission agent, 6/7 Datchelor Place, Camberwell
Occupation 9 Jan 1900 (age 52-53) Clerk; admission to Constance Road Workhouse, Camberwell
Census 1901 (age 53-54) Commercial clerk, pauper, Camberwell District Workhouse (married)
Death fact 1901 (age 53-54) 1901 Jun Qtr, Camberwell, 1d/434 (aged 53)
Death 1901 (age 53-54) Camberwell, Surrey
Burial 4 May 1901 Camberwell Old Cemetery

Note on Husband: Charles Attfield (1)

In consequence of the death of Mr. [sic.] S. Attfield of Farnham, the Trustees beg that all persons who are endebted to the Estate of S. and C. Attfield are requested to discharge the same forthwith. All persons having any claim on the above Firm will send in their accounts, that the same may be examined and discharged.

C. Attfield avails himself of the earliest opportunity to acquaint his friends and the public generally, the Old Established Business will, in future, be carried on by him on the same premises, commencing from the First day of January 1839, when C.A. hopes, by prompt attention to the Malting Business, as well as the Corn, Seed, Hop and Coal Trade, to ensure a continuance of that patronage which has been so liberally bestowed on the family for the last thirty-five years. Farnham, December 15th, 1838.

Hampshire Advertiser - Saturday 15 December 1838


Note: S. Attfield is Charles's mother Sarah.

Note on Husband: Charles Attfield (2)

Mr. Charles Attfield, of Farnham, has been presented with a medal for hops shown at the Great Exhibition of 1851, and has received an order to supply Her Majesty the Queen with some of his growth of the present year.

Daily News, 1.9.1852

Note on Husband: Charles Attfield (3)

Will of Charles Attfield of West Street, Farnham, Surrey, merchant and hop planter, 16 May 1873, to my dear wife Henrietta the consumable household goods and such parts as she shall select of the household goods and effects not hereinbefore bequeathed, and after her decease to be disposed of as part of the residue of my personal estate, executors to make inventory of such goods; real estate and residue of personal estate to my son Ernest Attfield and my daughter Henrietta Attfield (execs) in trust to sell the real and leasehold estates and invest the monies arising and permit my said wife to receive the annual income of said monies or stocks, funds, etc, and after her death in trust for my children the said Henrietta Attfield, Mary Anne Attfield, Charles Attfield, Emma Hart Attfield, and the said Ernest Attfield to be divided equally among them, the shares of my said daughters Henrietta, Mary Ann and Emma Hart Attfield to be enjoyed be her as her separate estate without control or interference of present or any future husband.

Witnesses: Henry Potter, solicitor, Farnham, Henry Hamshaw, clerk to Mr Henry Potter.


ATTFIELD Charles, 15 November 1873. The Will of Charles Attfield late of Farnham in the County of Surrey Merchant and Hop planter who died 16 September 1873 at Farnham was proved at the Principal Registry by Ernest Attfield of Bury Fields Guildford in the said County Brewer the Son and Henrietta Attfield of Farnham Spinster the daughter the Executors. Effects under £4,000.

Note on Husband: Charles Attfield (4)

Covenant to produce deed, by Charles Attfield, corndealer and maltster, to George and Ann Baker. Date 22 Oct 1839. SHC Ref 1505/Box22/38.


Assignment of mortgage: Richard Turner by direction of Charles Attfield, to Messrs Evans and Paine. Date 14 Jul 1853, SHC Ref 1505/Box21/24.


Assignment of mortgage: Evans and Paine by direction of Charles Attfield, to John Darvill, endorsed with transfer of mortgage by John Darvill to James and John Knight, 17 Nov 1873. Date 17 Mar 1857. SHC Ref 1505/Box21/25.


Abstracts of title of Messrs Knight to Attfield's sales: Lot 1 (4a 3r) and Lot 2 (3a 1r 34p called Upper Trapes) and supplemental abstracts setting out mortgage powers of 1857, 1859 and 1861. Date 1874. SHC Ref 1505/Box21/26-30.