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Penfold One Name Study

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  • George Penfold (c.1704 - c.1768)
    SOURCE OF DATE OF DEATH: Penfold-Hyland family tree extracts from Australia c/o John (FROM Sid Geohegan) Married 26 March 1733. Wiston,Sussex,England [Ref.England Marriages, 1538–1973]
  • James Penfold, VIcar of Ferring, Twin of John (c.1735 - 1812)
    James Penfold was Vicar of Ferring from 1766 to 1812, he wasn't born in 1766 but in 1735. As noted on his Ordination Record. James Penfold, vicar 1766-1812, whose burial register entry reads: “...
  • John Penfold, Twin of James (1735 - 1821)
    More information for this John Penfold. Will mentioned in a lease of John Penfold of Ashington, clerk decd.) and JOHN PENFOLD of Battle, draper, and mercer, eldest son and heir of the said John Penfo...
  • Oliver Penfold (c.1620 - 1669)
    (From Syd Geohegan): Notes for Oliver Penfold: 1.Copied from Penfold Angmering file: 1.1LEASE Angmering Court Roll 4 1665 is a Rental of 1665 for Eastangmering als Ecclesden as taken below Ol...
  • Joane Penfold (c.1625 - 1689)
    Date of burial altered from "23/5/1689" to "after 1702" on the basis that she is mentioned in her son's will of 1702.

The Penfold One Name Study

is registered with The Guild of One-Name Studies under study number 4433. [

The Guild of One-Name Studies is the world's leading organisation for one-name studies. A one-name study is a project researching facts about a surname and all the people who have held it, as opposed to a particular pedigree (the ancestors of one person) or descendancy (the descendants of one person or couple). Its website is at [

The colours of the Penfold ONS logo are taken from those associated with various coat of arms that have been raised in the past for several families. The logo will be found on many of the Penfold ONS resources available to researchers on the internet, some of which are listed below.

Full resources available to Penfold researchers are identified on the Penfold Blog at [

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