and Ann NETLEY (1809-?)
George Greenfield and Ann Netley married by banns on
10 March 1829 in Petworth, Sussex. He was then a bachelor and she a
spinster from Pulborough, Sussex. The witnesses to their marriage were
William Richardson and Avis Netley.
George Greenfield may have been baptised on 15 February
1807 in Pulborough and have been the son of Jemima Greenfield
(1787-?). (Jemima married John Fleet on 12 May 1812
in Slindon, Sussex.)
Ann Nutley was baptised on 28 May 1809 in Pulborough.
She was the daughter of Luke Nutley (1786-1873) and
In 1851 the couple and 4 of their children (William, Ellen, Maria and
Thomas) were living in Pulborough. George was a 44 year old
agricultural labourer and Anne was 41. He gave his place of
birth as West Chiltington and she as Pulborough.
George Greenfield and
Ann Netley had 6
Elizabeth Greenfield was baptised on 24 May 1829 in Pulborough
and buried there as an infant on 27 Mary 1829.
Greenfield was baptised on 3 October 1830 in Pulborough.
In 1851 he was a 20 year old bargeman and living at home.
Greenfield was baptised on 30 December 1832 in Pulborough.
As Ellen Greenfield she married
Doick by banns on 20 October 1855 in Pulborough. She
was a 23 year old spinster and he a 23 year old bachelor and labourer.
Their fathers were named as James Doick and
George Greenfield who were both labourers. The witnesses
to their marriage were George Hawkins and Maria
Greenfield was baptised on 12 April 1835 in Pulborough.
Greenfield was baptised on 6 May 1838 in Pulborough. She
was a 13 year old scholar in 1851.
Maria married James Williams by banns on 18 December
1859 in Pulborough. He was a 24 year old bachelor and stoker and
she a 22 year old spinster. Their fathers were named as
William Williams a farmer and George Greenfield
a labourer. The witnesses to their marriage were Walter
Doick and Jesse Greenfield.
Greenfield was baptised on 20 December 1840 in Pulborough.
He was 10 years old in 1841.
This page was reviewed on 10 April 2012