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Alice Penfold (Olliver)

Birthdate:
Birthplace: Lyminster, Sussex
Death: Died in Angmering, West Sussex, United Kingdom
Place of Burial: ANGMERING, Sussex, England
Immediate Family:

Daughter of Thomas Olliver and Johane Olliver
Wife of Hugh Penfold
Mother of Joane Haynes; Elizabeth South; Hugh Penfold; Oliver (Olyver) Penfold; Marye Simmonds and 5 others
Sister of Thomas Oliver; Michael Oliver; William Oliver and Edward Oliver

Managed by: Terry Jackson (Switzer)
Last Updated:

About Alice Penfold (Olliver)

From Sid Geohegan <sid@geoghegans.fsnet.co.uk>:

Extract from "The Penfold Family of Angmering - Inventories"

Alice Penfold widow of Angmering 31.7.1660

£154 1s 0d

[generally clear inventory well written, - apart from small areas of damage, but small copy]

A True and perfect Inventoray of all the Goods and Chattell[s]

of Allice Penfold late of Angmeringe in

the County of Sussex Widdow taken and prized by

Thomas Gittins and William Olliver the last day of

July in the yeare of our Lord 1660

Imprimis her wearinge Apparrell and money L s d

in her purse 40 06 [00]

In the Inner Parlor Chamber

Imprimis two Feather Bedds three Feather boulsters

two Pillowes one Rugge and blankett one

Trundle bedsteddle 06 00 00

It twelve payre of fine Sheets 07 04 00

It one payre of Holland Sheets 00 16 00

It five payre of Course Sheets 01 10 00

It three payre of Holland Pillowcoats 01 04 00

It five payre of Pillowcoats 00 10 00

It foure Table clothes 00 15 00

It eight Tableclothes 00 10 00

It one paire of Course Sheets 00 05 00

It one long Diaper tablecloth and two

short ones 00 14 00

It Thirteene dyaper napkins and a towel 00 12 00

It two dozen of fine napkins 01 00 00

It one dozen of Course napkins 00 04 06

It Ten old napkins 00 02 06

It two holland Towells 00 02 06

It two long towells and three Cupboord clothes 00 06 06

It seaven Course towells 00 03 00

It fowre fine towells 00 03 00

It one Wallett and two baggs 00 01 06

it one Chest one old Truncke one desk 00 08 00

It one payre of Billowes one payre of [deletion?]

Brandirons one firepan one payre of

tongs two smoothinge Irons 00 04 00

it one Warmeinge pan one Chaire and Cushion 00 06 00

It a Cupboord of earthen plate and a small deske 00 0[] 08

in the outer Parlor Chamber

It two Bedsteddles a Presse an old [damage]

a glasse grate a suite of greene Curta[ins] [damage]

and Curtaine Rods [] [] []

in the Garrett

It twenty eight peices of pewter six

fruite plates three sawcers one Charger

and plate two pie plates one bason and

Cullender three Chamber potts one

flagon one Candlesticke six porrengers

one dozen of spoones two double sall 03 00 00

It one Chest one flasket three dozen of

Trenchers one ash cloth one seive 00 03 09

in the Inner Parlor

it two Carpetts six Cushions 00 12 00

It one Silver beere Boule one silver

wine boule Ten silver spoones 06 00 00

it one Coverlett 00 13 04

In the outer Parlor

it two Chaires one Cushion six joined

stooles and two little stooles 00 14 06

It three Window Curataines and Rodds 00 12 00

it Bookes 00 06 08

In the Kitchen

It Small brasse and pewter [] 00 00

It three Spitts one Iron dripping pan

an Iron plate a payre of Brandirons

a jack two payre of pothangers one

fender a payre of tongs and a fire pronge [] 10 00

It one Table and forme two Chaires [] 06 00

It one Shredding knife 00 01 00

In the Buttrey

It two payre of brasse scales and a wooden

beame and scales 00 06 06

It a Cupboord safe a frying pan a wheele 00 12 00

In the Pantry

It a kneading trough an old Chest and a tub 00 05 00

It a Table 00 03 00

It a great brasse kettle an Iron keller

two Iron potts 01 00 00

It a Bucking Tubb 00 03 00

In the Brewhouse

It a Turne a Mashvate Tubs a kiver

and a boule 00 16 00

It a payre of Iron Racks 00 06 08

It two Cheese presses 00 05 00

In the backe Chamber

It a malt skreene 00 08 00

It a Chest and old Tubs 00 03 06

It a flock bed and bedsteddle a bolster and

Coverlett and an old Chest 01 05 00

It an old tryer two old tubs and a Churne 00 07 00

It eleven Truggs 00 10 00

It an old Pumpe 01 06 00

In the Sellar

It three stans a barrell a cold stell and coles 00 18 00

It an old mare 02 00 00

It in Ready money 78 [08] 07

It due to the Deceased Uppon Bond 10 00 00

It due for Rent 08 00 00

It for things Unseen and forgotten 01 00 00

Summa totalis 154 11 00

[Probate 26th ..1660 .... [Edmunds] ]

Copied from Penfold Angmering file:

House of at least three bays probable, with other service rooms in an outshut. Open halls were becoming less likely at this date

No farm or stock listed, but £8 rent due to her may have been for a small farm

Some information about the Olliver family taken from http://www.angmeringvillage.co.uk/history/olliver.htm The Olliver/Oliver families were reasonably prolific locally in the 18th and 19th Centuries, being prosperous farmers or mill owners. The most famous local character in the 18th Century (and perhaps even today) was John Olliver (1709-1793), and considerable amounts have been written about him. John was an eccentric - he was also the Miller of Highdown Hill, a poet, rural philosopher, and a smuggler. Sails on his windmill we set to warn smugglers if the coast was clear. He kept his coffin under his bed and built his own tomb on Highdown some 30 years before he died. In lonely isolation, the tomb surrounded by railings still stands today. It is written that he had six grand-children but it is also written that he left the mill to two nephews provided they carried on milling. In the event, the windmill was pulled down in 1826.

Highdown Hill is about one and a half miles from the centre of Angmering village. The top of the hill is in Ferring, the east side in Goring, and the western slopes in Angmering.

Other Ollivers farmed or lived in the neighbouring villages of East Preston, Ferring and Rustington. One of the most infamous was farmer George Olliver of East Preston. He accused Edmund Bushby in 1831 of setting fire to one of his hay-ricks during the notorious Captain Swing riots. Bushby was hanged and the villagers of East Preston never forgave Olliver. Perhaps as an act of contrition, George Olliver built a school for East Preston.

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Alice Penfold's Timeline

1590
March 30, 1590
Sussex
1612
September 28, 1612
Age 22
Arundel
1614
May 29, 1614
Age 24
ANGMERING, Sussex, England
1616
July 28, 1616
Age 26
ANGMERING, Sussex, England
1618
November 15, 1618
Age 28
Sussex
1620
December 10, 1620
Age 30
Angmering, West Sussex, United Kingdom
1622
December 29, 1622
Age 32
Sussex
1625
July 3, 1625
Age 35
Sussex
July 3, 1625
Age 35
Sussex
1627
December 2, 1627
Age 37
ANGMERING, Sussex, England