Heathcock Genealogy Database - Person Sheet
Heathcock Genealogy Database - Person Sheet
NameMargaret Farley 1899, 9G Grandmother
Birth1593, England
Deathaft 26 Feb 1657, England Age: 64
FatherRichard Farley (1559-1621)
MotherElizabeth Aldred (Aldridge) (ca1568-1595)
Spouses
1George Stovall Sr. 1899, 9G Grandfather
Birthca 1588, England
Deathbef 1657, England Age: 69
FatherGeorge Stovold (ca1555-1610)
MotherLettice Stone (ca1558-1646)
Marriage11 Oct 1612, Albury, Surrey, England1901
ChildrenAnne (1614-)
 Mary (1616-)
 George (1623-1665)
 William (ca1625-)
 Anne (ca1621-)
Notes for George (Spouse 1)
Further generations for George Stovall and Margaret Farley.2079

George STOVALL1614

He was a blacksmith by trade. They lived in Wonersh, Surrey, England. They, and others, benefited from the sale of the estate of Margaret’s father upon his death. The estate included two messuages (houses and lots) and gardens with 7 acres of land in Farley Green and Albury. George and Margaret stayed in Wonersh at least until Anne, their third child, was baptized there. The other two children are listed in the will of William Stoffold.

George STOVOLD and Christopher Lidger of West Clandon, Surrey, were indicted for an alleged assault on John Nipps of Albury. The assault was said to have happened on 19 MAR 1612-13 in Albury, but George was found not guilty on 1 JUL 1613 at Southwark. At the general criminal court hearings, Nipps was accused of attacking George on 20 OCT 1611 at Shere.

COURT BOOKS OF MANOR OF ALBURY 1649-1666. George Stobbold first listed as a tenant on 8 Aug. 1654. (Guildford Records Office). George was also presented with others forfault and fined on 7 Oct. 1657, 19 April 1659, 29April 1661 and 19 Oct. 1663.

He is said to have died before FEB 1657-8; but the above record indicates otherwise.
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