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John PENFOLD ( - )

1 John PENFOLD ( - ) [76].

Marr Elizabeth SANDELL 5 Apr 1781, Itchingfield, Sussex, England.1 5 April 1781 John Penfold of Sullington and Elizabeth Sandel Of This Parish. Witnesses Thomas Sandels / William Dendy.

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To date it has not been possible, with certainty, to identify the parents of John Penfold.

Some sources of information on the Internet contain very inaccurate data and do not give references to original documentation that can checked by the researcher.

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The Itchingfield record indicates that John was from Sullington

Date:5 April 1781

Name: John Penfold

Parish: Sullington

Name: Elizabeth Sandel

Parish: Of This Parish

Witnesses: Thomas Sandels / William Dendy.

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The Sullington records only show one baptism of a John Penfold in the parish:

Date: 17 January 1655

Born: 10 December

Name: John son of

Parents: William and Mary Penfould

Consequently, this is not the John of Itchingfield.

__________Internet Assumption A:

Some attribute him to being born in Broadwater s/o John Penfold & Sarah Hide.

__________Internet Assumption B:

Some attribute him to being the son of George Penfold & Dorothy Mills of Sullington.

Sp. Elizabeth SANDELL ( - ) [77].

1.1 William PENFOLD2 (1791-1872) [1].

Born 1791, Itchingfield, Sussex, England.3 Christened 23 Oct 1791, Itchingfield, Sussex, England. Marr Hannah HUMPHREY 18 Feb 1821, Hartfield, Sussex, England.4 Died 13 Apr 1872, Hartfield, Sussex, England.5 Buried 17 Apr 1872, Hartfield, Sussex, England.

William Penfold was born in Itchingfield, and baptised in that parish on 23rd October 1791. His parents were John and Elizabeth Penfold, nee Sandell. Prior to 1821 there is no mention of the surname Penfold and the name is not listed in the census of that year for Hartfield.

William, was a widower of Hartfield when he married Hannah Humphrey a spinster also of the parish on 18th February 1821. This began a Penfold association with the village that lasted throughout the remainder of the century.

To date, nothing is known of William's first wife and it is assumed that they lived outside of the parish when she was alive.

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Hartfield Parish Magazine

The following is an excerpt from the Hartfield parish magazine for September 1868. It would appear that both William Penfold senior and William Penfold junior were keen gardeners. There is also a mention of a young Arthur Penfold junior for the child’s prize for wild flowers.

The Annual Cottage Garden Show

Page xxxv.

Took place on Wednesday, the 19th of last month. Partly owing to the long drought, the gardens were not so good as in several past years; the produce, however, was excellent in quality. Prizes will be given next year for Cottage Flowers, and the general appearance of the windows in which they are placed. The prize list is as follows:-

For the best Cultivated Gardens. – Class I. – First prize, 15s., William Penfold, sen., Hartfield Green ; second, 10s., James Mitchell, Spring Cottage; third, 5s., Frederick Crowhurst, Colstock. Class II.

First prize, 10s., not awarded, no garden worthy; second, 5s.,

Humphrey Gasson, Colstock.

For Vegetables, Herbs, and Flowers. – The best 12 Kidney Potatoes, 5s., William Penfold, jun .; 2nd, 4s., William Penfold, sen.; 3rd, 3s., Samuel Parnell; 4th, 2s., George Edwards. The best 12 Round Potatoes, 5s., Michael Waters; 2nd, 4s., William Penfold, jun.; 3rd, 3s., John Miles; 4th 2s., William Penfold, sen. The best 12 Onions, 5s., Thomas Still; 2nd, 3s., William Penfold, jun.; 3rd, 1s. 6d.,

William Penfold, sen. The best six Parsnips, 3s. 6d., George Edwards; 2nd, 2s. 6d., Samuel Parnell; 3rd, 2s., Frederick Crowhurst. The best six Carrots, 3s. 6d., William Penfold, sen.; 2nd, 2s. 6d., William Penfold, jun.; 3rd, 1st. 6d., William Firminger. White Turnips, no award. The best six Swede Turnips, 3s. 6d., William Penfold, sen.; 2nd, 2s., no award. The best six Mangold Wurzell,

3s. 6d., James Mitchell; 2nd, 2s., John Wheatley. The best three Cabbages, 3s. 6d., Caesar Gurr; 2nd, 2s. 6d., William Brown; 3rd, 1s. 6d., William Penfold, sen. The best 25 pods of House Beans, 2s. 6d., Thomas Still. The best 25 pods of Scarlet Runners, 2s. 6d., William Penfold, sen. The best bunch of Herbs, 2s. 6d., William Penfold, jun.; 2nd, 1s. 6d., William Penfold, sen. The best Nosegay

Of Gardens Flowers, 3s. 6d., George Turner; 2nd, 2s. 6d., William Hoath; 3rd, 1s. 6d., James Mitchell. The best six Blossoms of any Flower grown in the open air, no award. The best Flower in a pot, 2s. 6d., Mrs. Obed Farmer; 2nd, 1st. 6d., Edward Hollamby; 3rd, no award.

Page xxxvi.

Honey. – First prize, 5s., George Turner; 2nd, 2s. 6d., William Sands.

Children’s Prizes. – For the best Nosegay of Wild Flowers, 1s. 6d., Emily Crouch; 2nd, 1s., Arthur Penfold; 3rd, 6d., Thomas Hollamby.

Table Bouquets (given by C. Reily, Esq.) – First prize, 10s., The Rev. E. Polehampton; 2nd, 5s., W.Wallis, Esq.

Extra Prizes. – For Kidney Potatoes, 1s. 6d. each to Michael Waters, James Mitchell, and William Penfold, sen. Round Potatoes, 1s. 6d. each to John Miles, William Penfold, jun., and Frederick Crowhurst. Onsions, 1st 6d., George Edwards. Plums 1s. 6d. each to James Hills and George Turner. Apples 1s., John Wheatley.

Garden Productions, 5s., W. Hallett.

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Sp. Hannah HUMPHREY6 (1802-1845) [2].

1.1.1 Mary PENFOLD (1821-1900) [3].

Born 1821, Hartfield, Sussex, England.7 Christened 7 Oct 1821, Hartfield, Sussex, England.8 Marr James CARR 30 Dec 1838, Hartfield, Sussex, England.9 Died 19 Jan 1900, Hartfield, Sussex, England.

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Sp. James CARR (1815-1890) [4].

1.1.2 Emily PENFOLD (1822-1900) [5].

Born 1822, Hartfield, Sussex, England.10,11 Christened 28 Jul 1822, Hartfield, Sussex, England.12 Marr William HYDER 10 Dec 1848, Hartfield, Sussex, England.13 Marr George FRIEND 9 Jul 1870, Hartfield, Sussex, England.14 Died 1900. Buried 19 Jan 1900, Hartfield, Sussex, England.15

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Sp. William HYDER (1827- ) [6].

Sp. George FRIEND (1823- ) [7].

Sp. (unknown).

1.1.3 George PENFOLD (1823- ) [8].

Born 1823, Hartfield, Sussex, England.16 Christened 16 Nov 1823, Hartfield, Sussex, England.17

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Sp. Anne (c. 1840- ) [9].

1.1.4 Eliza PENFOLD (1825- ) [10].

Born 1825. Christened 10 Apr 1825, Hartfield, Sussex, England.18

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1.1.5 William PENFOLD (1826-1873) [11].

Born 1826, Hartfield, Sussex, England.10,19 Christened 26 Nov 1826, Hartfield, Sussex, England.20 Marr Mary Ann Charlotte GUNN 11 Oct 1851, Lingfield, Surrey, England.21 Died 1873. Buried 1 Mar 1873, Hartfield, Sussex, England.22

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Sp. Mary Ann Charlotte GUNN (1831-1886) [12].

The following article was printed in the Hartfield Parish Magazine of December 1880.

The Rector has been permitted to read a most interesting and well written letter from Candahar, and to make a few extracts from it for the Magazine. The writer is a nephew of widow Penfold,s, a corporal in the Bombay Artillery. If he had been a correspondent for one of the leading newspapers, the letter cold not have been better written or expressed. The date is August 18th. 1880. After giving a sketch of affairs at Candahar previous to the disastrous battle at Maiwand, and a short account of the battle itself, he goes on to relate the losses in the fight. “About this time a few stragglers came in from the field, and among them there was a gunner with his left hand cut off and greatly exhausted, and from him I heard what I told you about the battle; he told us the miserable fact of how a handful of brave men were hurled at the hordes of Afghans, and how they fought like our fellows always do, but to no purpose, and the consequence was they were nearly all cut up. His Battery was a complete wreck; they lost 2 guns, 3 officers, 25 gunners, and 42 horses. The 66th Regiment marched out 587 strong, and those that are here after that awful day’s work are 183 officers and men. Out of the 500 Cavalry that went out all that can be mustered are 151 officers and men; their gallant leader General Nuttall returned dismounted and almost in rags, as did General Burrows. Such a scene as was witnessed that morning in the narrow lanes leading to Candahar city, I can only compare to the disastrous retreat of Napoleon from Moscow. Riderless horses, camels, mules, wounded men, carts, baggage, dooleys. &c., &c, all in the utmost confusion, and in the midst of the chaos the remnant of the Horse Artillery Battery was seen, and we went out to help them in. On the first gun carriage, lying in its gore, was the corpse of an officer of the 66th Regiment, and on the other side was Lieut. Fowell of their battery, shot through the arm, and almost dead. Instead of 6 horses to the gun, there were only 2, and about 4 men instead of 12, and they were ready to drop out of their saddles. In fact all were alike; it was pitiful indeed to see them; they were all more or less in rags, and bedaubed with blood, showing how close and hand to hand the fighting had been. I was an awful morning.”

The corporal then narrates the preparations made to receive the enemy when he came to attack Candahar; the guns laid in position; the approaches fortified with bags of earth, tent pegs, telegraph wire, &c., and then describes the sortie of the garrison, and how “the enemy fought like demons, well officered and led by great swells in gold-laced uniforms, and splendidly horsed; the British loss was 255 killed and wounded, including General Brooke. Among the troops, who made the sally there were two chaplains, one Roman Catholic and one Church of England; the latter, Mr. Gordon, was shot, and died in three hours. The Roman Catholic clergyman was in the battle of Maiwand, and all speak most highly of him. The plain in front of the city is now covered with dead and dying men and horses, bearing ample proof of the severity of the fight; a ghastly and awful sight. In the evening was the burial of the dead. At 6 p.m. the procession started from the Hospital; first came a gun carriage, on the top of which were the corpses of 4 officers, and behind a string of palanquins or stretchers containing all the poor fellows who had died in the action or of wounds during the day, neatly sewn up in their blankets. Poor fellows, there were no loving hands of dear home friends to comfort them in their last moments; theirs was a soldier’s death, and they met it like soldiers, and by sorrowing comrades they were buried. Behind them came a few of their different regiments; all that could be spared of officers and men off duty followed; and in one large grave under the wall of the Shikarpore Gate of Candahar city they were buried, officers and men together, for they fought and died together; and so they rest. The service was read by the remaining Chaplain, the Rev. G.E. Cave, and all present were greatly affected; whilst outside the wall we could hear firing going on in the villages around. All day and night the men of my battery with their officers live on the walls by the side of their guns ready at any moment. And a night the city walls are lined all round with the Infantry, and the Cavalry dismounted. Neither officers or men are allowed to leave their guns day or night, and they eat, drink, and sleep by the side of the guns.”

There is much more of the same interesting description in the corporal’s letter, but there is no room for more extracts. Shortly after this the garrison was relieved by the gallant troops under Sir Frederick Roberts, who after their unexampled march from Cabul made short work of the Afghan host. Besides this nephew, widow Penfold has a son in the 5th Lancers, and a fine boy in H.M.S. Northampton, the Admiral’s ship, on the Halifax station, who at the age of 17 is one of the signal men on board. The rector can testify that widow Penfold has done all in her power to bring up her sons in the fear of God, and he trusts they will all be an honour to their country, and a blessing to their widowed mother.

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1.1.6 Hannah PENFOLD (1829-1915) [13].

Born 1829, Hartfield, Sussex, England.23 Christened 27 Dec 1829, Hartfield, Sussex, England.24 Marr Thomas THARP Jul 1851, Lingfield, Surrey, England.25 Died 1915.

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Sp. Thomas THARP (c. 1826- ) [14].

1.1.7 Harriet PENFOLD (1831-1849) [15].

Born 1831. Christened 6 Nov 1831, Hartfield, Sussex, England.26 Died 1849. Buried 16 Jun 1849, Hartfield, Sussex, England.27

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1.1.8 Henry PENFOLD (1833-1915) [16].

Born 1833, Hartfield, Sussex, England.16 Christened 10 Feb 1833, Hartfield, Sussex, England.28 Marr Harriett FROST 1880. Died 1915.

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Sp. Harriett FROST ( -1881) [163].

1.1.9 Amelia PENFOLD (1834-1859) [17].

Born 1834, Hartfield, Sussex, England.29 Marr Richard CARE 4 Nov 1854, Hartfield, Sussex, England.30 Died 21 Apr 1859, East Grinstead, Sussex, England.

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The descendants of Amelia Penfold and Richard Care are being researched by Sue Bird who can be contacted at "suevbird AT hotmail.com"

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Sp. Richard CARE (1831-1866) [18].

1.1.10 John PENFOLD (1836- ) [19].

Born 1836, Hartfield, Sussex, England.31

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1.1.11 Stephen PENFOLD (1837-1895) [20].

Born 1837, Hartfield, Sussex, England. Died 1895. Buried 27 Mar 1895, Hartfield, Sussex, England.32

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Sp. Sarah A (c. 1837- ) [21].

1.1.12 Martha PENFOLD (1838-1863) [22].

Born 1838, Hartfield, Sussex, England.33 Died 1863. Buried 12 Mar 1863, Hartfield, Sussex, England.34

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1.1.13 Peter PENFOLD (1840-1907) [23].

Born 15 Apr 1840, Hartfield, Sussex, England.35 Marr Esther Ann TOWNER 25 Dec 1865, Lingfield, Surrey, England.36 Marr Harriet FORD 11 Oct 1880, Hartfield, Sussex, England.37 Died 24 Apr 1907, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada. Buried 29 Apr 1907, St. James Cemetery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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The SS Parisian sailed from Liverpool on 21st March 1895 and docked in Derry, Northern Ireland on 22nd March.

It arrived in Halifax, Nova Scotia on 1st April 1895. The ship carried 328 adults, 34 children between the ages of 1 and 14 and there were 3 infants under the age of one year. On board was Peter Penfold, age 54, his wife (Harriet) age 50, Hannah age 13, Peter age 10, William age 27, his wife Olive, age 30, their sons Peter age 2 and Stephen age 6 months, Percy Rowland, age 22, Louisa (Penfold) age 23, and their son 'Percy', he was called Joe, age 6 months. Their destination was Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.

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Sp. Esther Ann TOWNER (1851-1874) [25].

Sp. Harriet FORD (1844-1906) [26].

1.1.14 Thomas PENFOLD (1841-1903) [24].

Born 14 Dec 1841, Hartfield, Sussex, England.39 Christened 30 Jan 1842, Hartfield, Sussex, England.40 Marr Mary WILLIE 13 Mar 1869, Hartfield, Sussex, England.41 Died 12 Oct 1903, Hartfield, Sussex, England.42 Buried 15 Oct 1903, Hartfield, Sussex, England.

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The Surrey Mirror and General County Advertiser – August 26, 1882

HARTFIELD.

Hartfield Horticultural Society. –

The annual flow show in connection with this society took place on Wednesday afternoon in the National schoolroom. The exhibit in the vegetable collection showed a slight falling off this year in quantity, but the quality was excellent. Messrs. N.Garrett Hartfield Downes, gardener to Mr. T.C.Thompson, M.P., and Hewett, gardener to Earl Delewan carried out the duties of judges with satisfaction and at five o’clock the Rev. E.Polehampton distributed the prizes to the successful competitors, a list of which is below. Only one hive of honey was exhibited in the competition for the two prizes offered, and this was so light that the award was withheld. The long season of wet which occurred in mid-summer prevented the work of ingathering being proceeded with, and consumption of that already gathered took place.

Prize list: - For the best cultivated garden –

1, James Carr [ http://www.penfoldgenealogy.com/ind4.html ], Robins lane, 15s; the two next gardens were considered equal, but not worthy second prize, and were awarded 5s each to George Heaman and Jesse Hudson respectively, of the village; John Jenner, of Church Hatch, receiving an extra prize of 2s 6d. Best collection of pot flowers – 1, P.C. Collins, 5s ; 2, Mrs Penfold [ http://www.penfoldgenealogy.com/ind12.html ], 2s 6d.; 3, Wm Brown, 1s 6d. Best tray of vegetables – 1, Thomas Penfold, 7s 6d.; 2, Mrs. Penfold, 5s ; 3, Peter Penfold [ http://www.penfoldgenealogy.com/ind23.html ], 2s. 6d.; extra prize, P.C.J. Collins. Kidney potatoes – 1, T.Penfold , 5s.; 2, P.Penfold; 3, J.Carr ; 4, ? Slater. Round potatoes - 1, P.Penfold, 5s.; 2, T.Penfold; 3, L.Tidy; 4, Jesse Hudson. Twelve onions – 1, C.Mepham; 2, J. Carr; 3, J.Collins. Best six parsnips – 1, T.Penfold; 2, Luke Tidy; 3, J.Steadman. Six long carrots – 1, P.penfold; 2, J.Carr. Six horn carrots – 1, P.Penfold; 2, Luke Tidy. Six white turnips – 1, T.Penfold; 2, T.Divall. three cabbages – 1, Caesar Gun; 2, P.Penfold; 3, J.Collins. Twenty-five pods house beans – 1, J.Carr; 2, T.Penfold. Ditto scarlet runners – 1, Luke Tidy; 2, Peter Penfold. Ditto peas- 1, J.Jenner; 2, T.Baldwin. Best bunch of herbs – 1, H.Gasson; 2, Mrs. Penfold. Best nosegay of garden flowers – 1, J.Collings; 2, J.Carr; Mrs. Penfold. Best nosegay of wild flowers – 1, Sidney Collins; 2, Pattie Gasson; 3, Thomas Penfold. Extra prizes were also awarded to Mrs. Hallett for apples and gooseberries; to C.Mepham for turnips; and to George Jenner for cabbages.

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Sp. Mary WILLIE (1847-1905) [27].

Sp. Ann RIDLEY ( - ) [175].

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