(?) Schofield

ID# 131, b. about 1814
Birth:
(?) Schofield was born about 1814.


Marriage:
(?) Schofield married Mary (?) about 1835.

Child of (?) Schofield and Mary (?)

Amos Dearnaley

ID# 132, b. about 1756, d. July 1803
Amos Dearnaley was also recorded as Amus Dearnaly.
He was also recorded as Amos Dearneley.
He was also recorded as Amos Dearnely.
He was also recorded as Amos Dearnly.
He was also recorded as Amos Dearnaly.
He was also recorded as Amas Dearnaley.

Note:

re: Amos' father
From the Staley, Cheshire Tax records (FamilySearch), there there was a Jno Dearnely alive in 1799 who appeared at least through 1804. In 1803 there are two Jno Dearnaly entries. In 1804 there's John Dearnally and Jno Dearnally. John Dearnaly (variant spellings) continues through 1809.
Was one John the brother of Amos and the other their father?
Perhaps significantly both Amos & John Dearnaley named their firstborn sons John.

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"In the Middle Ages, Mottram was important in the [Longdendale] District. Mottram was the centre of religion as well as being a market centre for the surrounding villages, while, in the later 18th century, the manorial court-house was situated in Mottram. In the infancy of the cotton trade, Motram has sizeable cotton-spinning concerns in the Wedneshough and Treacle Street area. In the early 19th century, Mottram was the district centre for shoe-making and tailoring." On-line history.

In 1757, during Amos' childhood, there was a severe food shortage and protestors rioted in nearby Macclesfield. There were food shortage riots again at Macclesfield in 1762. In 1767, James Hargreaves's spinning jenny automated the production of light cotton yarn and would forever transform the area. And in 1769, Captain Cook discovered Australia. In 1775 steam engines were being developed and applied to factories. In 1776, the first cotton mill was built in Cheshire, in nearby Stalybridge and in 1779, Samuel Crompton invented the "Spinning Mule" which started volume manufacture of high-quality thread. 1795 was a particularly cold and harsh winter accompanied by food shortages. Food riots broke out all over Cheshire. - DFS

The Parish of Mottram-in-Longdendale was 8 townships :-     
Godley, Hattersley, Hollingworth, Matley, Mottram, Newton, Stayley, Tintwistle (Inc. Ancient Chapel of Woodhead)     
In 1754 there were 558 families in the Parish - 435 Protestants and 123 Disssenters
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Some notes on Micklehurst

The hamlet of Micklehurst was part of the township of Tintwistle, and had a border with the township of Staley (Cheshire Tithe Maps 1836-52).

In 1851, for census purposes, the registration district Ashton under Lyne contained the subdistrict of Stayley which contained the hamlet of Micklehurst, and the townships of Stayley and Matley.

The brook named Carr provides the dividing line between the hamlet of Micklehurst and the township of Staley. The area known as Carrbrook is on both sides of the brook so is in both.

As a result, 1841 census returns for the part of Carrbrook in the hamlet of Micklehurst are in HO107102/1 (district 1) whilst census returns for the part of Carrbrook in the township of Staley (including the settlement of Flash) are in HO107/102/10 (district 10).

So the enumerator, crossing the Carr Brook at the settlement of Flash, and thus moving from district 10 into district 1, would have then walked up the river on its north side. The first settlement he would have reached in district 1 (based on the tithe map of the same period) is named as Brook Houses on the 1910 OS map. In 1841, the first four households listed in district 1 are Robert Hollingworth, Amos D, John Broadbent, James D (HO107/102/1)

The Cheshire tithe map c1850 appears to show this property (plot 825 in township of Tintwistle (Micklehurst)) with several gardens (look for the squiggles joining the land to the property) ie a row of cottages. The occupier was Mary, widow of James D. Mary is shown as occupier of the entire plot but we may need to interpret this with caution. These cottages no longer exist.

In 1851 Amos, son of Amos, born 1789, gave his birthplace as Micklehurst. This implies he was born on the north side of the river. If this is correct, then the move to the settlement of Flash (assuming the family lived in the leased house at Flash) must have been between 1789 and 1795 as Flash is not in Micklehurst. It is possible that members of the extended family were at both locations at the same time – living at Brook Houses and working in the weaving loft at Flash. The 2 locations are about 500m apart.

Sources:
Cheshire Tithe Maps 1836-1852:
Tithe map of Tintwistle (township in the parish of Mottram in Longdendale), Cheshire (tithable parts only). Shows buildings (named), mills, woods, waterbodies, bridges, canal. Part 1 shows enclosed lands in the hamlet of Tintwistle; part 2 shows enclosed lands in the hamlet of Arnfield, both parts at a scale of 1 inch to 4 chains; part 3 shows enclosed lands in the hamlet of Micklehurst, at a scale of 1 inch to 3 chains” (A2A).

Genuki
(under Ashton under Lyne): “… the subdistrict of Mottram, containing the townships of Mottram, Hattersley, Hollingworth, and Tintwistle, electorally in Cheshire; and the subdistrict of Stayley, containing the hamlet of Micklehurst, and the townships of Stayley and Matley, in Cheshire.”

JAD
June 2014

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Birth:
Amos Dearnaley was born about 1756.


Amos Dearnaley was the son of Unknown Dearnaley and (?) (?)

Residence:
in April 1779 Amos Dearnaley lived at Mottram-in-Longdendale Parish, Cheshire.


Marriage:
Amos Dearnaley married Mary Heaward, daughter of (?) Heaward and (?) (?), on 5 April 1779 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
Amos Dearnaly and Mary Heaward
both 'of this parish'
Amos signed: 'Amos Dearnly' & Mary made her mark
witnesses: William B Bancroft(?) & Henry Kelsall
by Banns.

The next entry is a marriage between Robert Howard & Ann Jacson
at St. Michaels and All Angels on 5 Apr 1779, the same day on which
Amos Dearnaley married Mary Heaward'
The Heaward/Howard spellings are clearly different .
Was Robert the brother of Mary, and they celebrated a joint wedding?
Henry Kelsall witnessed both marriages.



Note:
between 1795 and 1803
Cheshire Land Tax Assessments 1786-1832 for Staley
Source: findmypast
Amos Dearnley 1756-1803 Records from 1795 to 1809 for Amos and his widow.
year owner occupier place shillings pence
1795 James Lawton Amos Dearnaley Flash 1 3
1797 ---"--- Amos Dearnaly Carbrook 1 3
1799 ---"--- Am Dearnely Carbrook 1 3
1801 ---"--- Amos Dearnaly Carbrook 1 3
1802 ---"--- Amias Dearner Flash 1 3
1803 ---"--- Amos Dearnaly Flash 1 3
1804 ---"--- Widow* Dearnally --- 1 3
1806 ---"--- Widow* Dearnley Flash 1 3
1807 ---"--- Widow* Dearnelly --- 1 3
1808 ---"--- Widow* Dearnly --- 1 3
1809 ---"--- Widow* Dearnaley --- 1 3
1812 ---"--- Mary Dornalley ---
1813 ---"--- Mary Dearnally ---
1817 ---"--- Mary Dornalley ---

* Indexed with first name missing, but all entries clearly say ‘Widow’.

Amos is known to have lived in the small settlement of Flash from 1799 to his death in 1803.
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Description from: Paragraph 5.26 of document carrbrook.pdf on website tameside.gov.uk: Carrbrook Conservation Area Appraisal and Management
5.26 Carrbrook Road (Flash Settlement)

Clough Cottage: Early 19th century two storey stone built cottage, with a stone slate roof. Forms part of row of cottages and houses at the pre-industrial settlement at Flash. Four bays with a central entrance. The cottage retains much of its early 19th century character, including timber windows and doors, although these are likely to be replacements. An area of York stone paving remains in front.

Flash House, Number 15: Mid-late 18th century house constructed in stone with a stone slate roof. Building may have been originally of three bays with the right hand bay being a later addition. Evidence to suggest this is found in the size of the window openings within the right hand bay. Flash House once incorporated a weaving loft, which was accessed by an external staircase. This space probably housed a number of hand looms. Further evidence of the buildings previous industrial use is found in the goods hoist located on the southern gable. Modern alterations include a small porch entrance and a large 20th century single storey conservatory which dominates the front elevation and contrasts with the 18th century character of the building.

Flash Cottage number 16: The Print Works established a co-operative store within the lower central building within this row of cottages and houses at Flash during the very early years of the co-operative movement. This remained the village store until the 1970s. A cart entrance was once located within this lower central building which may have serviced the hand loom weavers within Flash House. This entrance has been subsequently blocked up using a stone which contrasts with the rest of the block. Other alterations include replacement windows and doors in hardwood.

Number 17: End house in the row of houses and cottages at Flash, built during the mid-late 18th century. The house is built in stone with a slate roof in a similar design to Flash House.
Number 17 has two additions to the ground floor of the front elevation which dominate the small enclosed front garden.
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Death:
Amos Dearnaley died in July 1803 at Stayley, Cheshire.


Burial:
Amos Dearnaley was buried on 24 July 1803 at St. Michaels and All Angels, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
Recorded as "Amos Dearneley Stayley" in one record and as "Amos Dearnaley Stayley" in another.

Amos is mentioned in his brother Joseph's will of 1809:
"And I will that the same shall be paid to my brothers and sisters ... within 12 months next after my death to those that are living and those that are dead .... then I give there shares ...to be divided ... amongst there own children equal share and share alike...."

It is probable that Amos died in 1803 and Joseph used this form of words so that he could just say 4 parts to 4 siblings (or their families.)

Occupation:
Amos Dearnaley was a Woollen Weaver - recorded on wife Mary's death certificate.

Children of Amos Dearnaley and Mary Heaward

Mary Heaward

ID# 133, b. between 1756 and 1759, d. 2 November 1840
Mary Heaward was also recorded as Mary Howard.
From 5 April 1779, her married name was Dearnaley.

Note:


There are a number of candidates for this Mary Heaward - all christened in Mottram-in-Longdendale.
Mary's age at death varies (84yrs born:1756; & 81yrs born:1759)
The candidates are:
Mary daughter of William & Mary chr. 22 Jul 1756
Mary daughter of Thomas & Ann chr. 11 Jan 1756 (William & Mary appear to have had another daughter Mary in 1759)
Mary daughter of William & Mary chr. 13 Apr 1759
Mary daughter of John & Sarah chr. Jun 1759
Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary chr. Jun 1759
Mary daughter of David & Mary chr. 5 May 1758
Mary daughter of Thomas & Mary. chr. 6 Sep 1755
Mary daughter of John & Betty chr. 11 Feb 1754
Mary daughter of Robert & Alice chr. 10 May 1752

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Mary and Amos were married at St. Michael and All Angels church at Mottram-in-Longendale.
In the past it has been assumed that Mary Heaward was the sister of Robert due to the same day marriage.
see Robert Howard
This now seems unlikely as Robert came from Hattersley (1748)

Mention of this church goes back to the first quarter of the thirteenth century. Mottram, itself, is mentioned in the
Domesday Book (1086). The earliest church structure would have been wooden later replaced by Norman stonework. Some
of that survives in the Norman barrel front, the initials of a Hollingsworth (noble family) over the north door, the
decorated capital of the Norman period, and the carved effigy of a knight and his lady in Staveley chapel. The
present church structure, however, dates from the end of the fifteenth century. In 1855, there was a major
restoration, but the church building as it appears today is the same as it was over 500 years ago.

Family folklore:
Possibly a illegitimate Howarth connection & thence to Lord Howard of Glossop - MED.


Birth:
Mary Heaward was born between 1756 and 1759 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
Nov 1840 - shown as aged 84 in the death record (b.1756) & aged 81 in the burial record (b.1759).


Mary Heaward was the daughter of (?) Heaward and (?) (?)

Marriage:
Mary Heaward married Amos Dearnaley, son of Unknown Dearnaley and (?) (?), on 5 April 1779 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
Amos Dearnaly and Mary Heaward
both 'of this parish'
Amos signed: 'Amos Dearnly' & Mary made her mark
witnesses: William B Bancroft(?) & Henry Kelsall
by Banns.

The next entry is a marriage between Robert Howard & Ann Jacson
at St. Michaels and All Angels on 5 Apr 1779, the same day on which
Amos Dearnaley married Mary Heaward'
The Heaward/Howard spellings are clearly different .
Was Robert the brother of Mary, and they celebrated a joint wedding?
Henry Kelsall witnessed both marriages.



Note:
between 1795 and 1817
Cheshire Land Tax Assessments 1786-1832 for Staley
Source: findmypast

Amos Dearnley 1756-1803 Records from 1795 to 1809 for Amos and his widow.
year owner occupier place shillings pence
1795 James Lawton Amos Dearnaley Flash 1 3
1797 ---"--- Amos Dearnaly Carbrook 1 3
1799 ---"--- Am Dearnely Carbrook 1 3
1801 ---"--- Amos Dearnaly Carbrook 1 3
1802 ---"--- Amias Dearner Flash 1 3
1803 ---"--- Amos Dearnaly Flash 1 3
1804 ---"--- Widow* Dearnally --- 1 3
1806 ---"--- Widow* Dearnley Flash 1 3
1807 ---"--- Widow* Dearnelly --- 1 3
1808 ---"--- Widow* Dearnly --- 1 3
1809 ---"--- Widow* Dearnaley --- 1 3
1812 ---"--- Mary Dornalley ---
1813 ---"--- Mary Dearnally ---
1817 ---"--- Mary Dornalley ---

* Indexed with first name missing, but all entries clearly say ‘Widow’.

Amos is known to have lived in the small settlement of Flash from 1799 to his death in 1803.
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Description from: Paragraph 5.26 of document carrbrook.pdf on website tameside.gov.uk: Carrbrook Conservation Area Appraisal and Management
5.26 Carrbrook Road (Flash Settlement)

Clough Cottage: Early 19th century two storey stone built cottage, with a stone slate roof. Forms part of row of cottages and houses at the pre-industrial settlement at Flash. Four bays with a central entrance. The cottage retains much of its early 19th century character, including timber windows and doors, although these are likely to be replacements. An area of York stone paving remains in front.

Flash House, Number 15: Mid-late 18th century house constructed in stone with a stone slate roof. Building may have been originally of three bays with the right hand bay being a later addition. Evidence to suggest this is found in the size of the window openings within the right hand bay. Flash House once incorporated a weaving loft, which was accessed by an external staircase. This space probably housed a number of hand looms. Further evidence of the buildings previous industrial use is found in the goods hoist located on the southern gable. Modern alterations include a small porch entrance and a large 20th century single storey conservatory which dominates the front elevation and contrasts with the 18th century character of the building.

Flash Cottage number 16: The Print Works established a co-operative store within the lower central building within this row of cottages and houses at Flash during the very early years of the co-operative movement. This remained the village store until the 1970s. A cart entrance was once located within this lower central building which may have serviced the hand loom weavers within Flash House. This entrance has been subsequently blocked up using a stone which contrasts with the rest of the block. Other alterations include replacement windows and doors in hardwood.

Number 17: End house in the row of houses and cottages at Flash, built during the mid-late 18th century. The house is built in stone with a slate roof in a similar design to Flash House.
Number 17 has two additions to the ground floor of the front elevation which dominate the small enclosed front garden.
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Death:
Mary Heaward died on 2 November 1840 at Carr Brook, Stayley, Cheshire,
Registration District: Ashton and Oldham
Death in the Sub-district of Stayley     County of Chester
No. 363     Second of November 1840 at Carr Brook Stayley
Mary Dearnaley     Female     84 years     Relict of Amos Dearnaley Woollen Weaver
Cause of Death: Course of Nature.


Burial:
Mary Heaward was buried on 6 November 1840 at Mottram in Longdendale Parish, Cheshire,
'Mary Dearnaley; abode: Carr Brook; buried November 6; age: 81'
Mottram in Longdendale Parish burials.

Children of Mary Heaward and Amos Dearnaley

John Dearnaley

ID# 134, b. May 1779, d. December 1861
John Dearnaley was also recorded as John Deernelly.
He was also recorded as John Dearnaly.
He was also recorded as John Dearnally.
He was also recorded as John Dearneley.
Birth:
John Dearnaley was born in May 1779 at Micklehurst, Cheshire.


John Dearnaley was the son of Amos Dearnaley and Mary Heaward.

Baptism:
John Dearnaley was baptised on 30 May 1779 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
'John S. of Amos & Mary Dearnaly - Micklehurst'
16 Oct 1781 (two lines below)
'Wm S: of Joseph & Sarah Dearnaley - Woodhead.'


Marriage:
John Dearnaley married (?) (?) about 1801

possibly the John D married to Betty Hollingsworth in 1800.
See John Dearnaley.


Residence:
in 1829 John Dearnaley lived at Lanehead, Saddleworth, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
John Dearnaley married Sarah (?) on 1 March 1829 at St. Chad's Church, Diocese of Chester, Saddleworth, Yorkshire,
John Deernelly of Lanehead in this Parochial Chapelry Widower and
Sarah Buckley of Lanehead in the same Widow were married in this Chapel by Banns.
John signed (Deearneley?) & Sarah made her mark.
Witnesses: George Winterbottom & Buckley Holden
Parochial Chapel of Saddleworth in the County of York & Diocese of Chester
(shown as St Chad in Ancestry.)


Death:
John Dearnaley died in December 1861 at Ashton-under-Lyne R.D., Lancashire, at age 82 years and 7 months
Note: Death & Burial are currently assumed to be this John D although the FHL burial transcription gives an age that is 4 years off.
Indexed as John Dearnaley.


Burial:
John Dearnaley was buried on 31 December 1861 at Ashton-under-Lyne Parish, Lancashire,
Only found in FamilySearch - FHL Film Number: 1550972 Reference ID: it 3 p 150 rn 1193.
Indexed as John Dearnely, aged 78 (born 1783); abode: Workhouse.

John Dearnaley appeared in the 1841 census at
Moor Gate, Stayley, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DEARNALLY, Thomas 30 Ag Labourer Cheshire see Thomas Dearnaley
DEARNALLY, Eliza 30 Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Elizabeth 13 Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Sophia 10 Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Annis 6 Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Doctor 2 Cheshire
...
DEARNALLY, John 60 Woollen Weaver Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Sally 51

RG number: HO107 Piece: 102 Book/Folio: 10/6 Page: 7
Registration District: Ashton & Oldham Sub District: Stayley
Civil Parish: Mottram In Longden Dale
Address: Moor Gate, Mottram In Longden Dale, Stayley County: Cheshire.



John Dearnaley appeared in the 1851 census at
Moor Gate, Stayley, Lancashire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNLEY, Thomas Head Mar 46 Ag Lab Stayley, Cheshire See Thomas Dearnaley
DEARNLEY, Eliza Wife Mar 43 Mossley, Lancashire
DEARNLEY, Elizabeth Dau Unm 22 Frame Tenter Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNLEY, Sophia Dau Unm 18 Woolen Garder Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNLEY, Aness Dau Unm 17 Frame Tenter Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Doctor Son 12 Cotton Piecer Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Elizabeth Ann Dau 7 Stayley, Cheshire
//
Moss family
//
DEARNLEY, John Head Widr 70 Clothier Tintwistle, Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2239 Folio: 446 Page: 19
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: Stayley
Enumeration District: 2F Ecclesiastical Parish: Stayley
Civil Parish: Stayley
Address: Moor Gate, Stayley, Lancashire.



John Dearnaley appeared in the 1861 census at
Castle, Micklehurst, Tintwistle, Lancashire.
On 7 April 1861:-

HOLLINGWORTH, Abel Head Mar 44 Labourer Micklehurst, Cheshire
HOLLINGWORTH, Maria Wife Mar 45 Sewer Micklehurst, Cheshire see Maria Dearnaley
DEARNALLY, John - Widr 82 Friend Micklehurst, Cheshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3005 Folio: 4 Page: 5
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: 9 Stalyey
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Pauls Civil Parish: Staly Tintwistle
Address: Castle, Micklehurst, Tintwistle, Lancashire.


Mary Dearnaley

ID# 135, b. October 1784
Birth:
Mary Dearnaley was born in October 1784 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.


Mary Dearnaley was the daughter of Amos Dearnaley and Mary Heaward.

Baptism:
Mary Dearnaley was baptised on 24 November 1784 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.



Note:
in 1828
A Matty Dearnaley of Stayley, age 44 was buried in 1828.
see Matty Dearnaley
As Mary's mother was also named Mary, a nickname is possible.

Joseph Dearnaley

ID# 136, b. 26 June 1787, d. about November 1862
Joseph Dearnaley was also recorded as Joseph Dernally.
He was also recorded as Dearnaby.
He was also recorded as Joseph Desenley.
He was also recorded as Joseph Dearnelley.
Birth:
Joseph Dearnaley was born about June 1787 at Stayley, Cheshire.


Baptism:
Joseph Dearnaley was baptised on 26 June 1787 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.


Joseph Dearnaley was the son of Amos Dearnaley and Mary Heaward.

Marriage:
Joseph Dearnaley married Hannah Woolley on 16 September 1814 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
both of the parish of Mottram
witnesses: James Woolley & John Marsland.



Note:
between 1821 and 1831
Cheshire Land Tax Assessments 1786-1832 for Staley
Source: findmypast
Joseph Dearnley Records for Jos, Josh, Joseph from 1821 to 1831.
Assumed to be Amos’s son (who lived next door to John Mallilieu at Rushes in 1841.)

year owner occupier place shillings pence
1821 William Howard Joseph Dearnaly --- 1 4
1822 William Howard Joseph Dearnaly --- 1 4
1826 Earl of Stamford and
Widow Howard
Jno Malliland and
Jos Dearnaley
--- 1 8
1827 Earl of Stamford and
Martha Howard
Jno Malliland and
another
Houses 1
1828 Earl of Stamford and
Widow Howard
Josh Dearnaley and
another
--- 1
1829 Earl of Stamford and
exs of Widow Howard
Jos Dearnaley House and shop and mill 1
1830 Earl of Stamford and
Martha Howard
Josh Dearnaley and
J Mallilieu
Houses 1 3
1831 Exs of Martha Howard Joseph Dearnally House 7½.


Death:
Joseph Dearnaley died about November 1862 at Ashton-under-Lyne R.D., Lancashire,
Indexed as Joseph Dernaley, aged 75.

Joseph Dearnaley appeared in the 1841 census at
Rushes, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DEARNALY, Joseph 50 Cheshire
DEARNALY, Hannah 50 Cheshire
DEARNALY, Abel 20 Cheshire
DEARNALY, Mary 18 Cheshire
DEARNALY, Amos 14 Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 102 Book/Folio: 10/5 Page: 4
Registration District: Ashton & Oldham Sub District: Stayley
Civil Parish: Mottram In Longden Dale
Address: Rushes, Mottram In Longden Dale, Stayley.



Occupation:
in 1850 Joseph Dearnaley was a Woollen Weaver - recorded at son Amos' 1850 marriage.

Joseph Dearnaley appeared in the 1851 census at
Rushes, Stayley, Lancashire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Mar 63 Hand Loom Weaver (Woollen) Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNLEY, Hannah Wife Mar 63 Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNLEY, Amos Son Mar 23 Print Works (Back Tenter) Stayley, Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2239 Folio: 444 Page: 14
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: Stayley
Enumeration District: 2F Ecclesiastical Parish: Stayley
Civil Parish: Stayley
Address: Rushes, Stayley, Lancashire.



Joseph Dearnaley appeared in the 1861 census at
Hushes, Stayley, Lancashire.
On 7 April 1861:-

DEARNELLEY, Joseph Head Mar 73 Woollen Weaver Staly, Cheshire
DEARNELLEY, Hannah Wife Mar 73 Woollen Spinner Staly, Cheshire

Address: Hushes (?), Stayley, Lancashire
Ecclesiastical district: St Pauls Registration district: Ashton-Under-Lyne
Enumeration district: 7 Archive reference: RG09
Piece number: 3006 Folio number: 29 Page number: 10.


Children of Joseph Dearnaley and Hannah Woolley

Abel Dearnaly

ID# 137, b. 5 May 1792
Abel Dearnaly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Abel Dearnaly was born about April 1792 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.


Baptism:
Abel Dearnaly was baptised on 5 May 1792 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.


Abel Dearnaly was the son of Amos Dearnaley and Mary Heaward.


Note:
in 1814
1814 Marriage witness ??? All Saints Church Glossop Marriages

28 Nov James HADFIELD & Ann WATERHOUSE (x) botp Wit: Thomas Taylor; Abel Dearnaley

Have not yey found in 1841 or 1851 census.

William Dearneley

ID# 138, b. November 1802, d. about May 1863
William Dearneley was also recorded as William Dernley - Lucy's christening IGI.
He was also recorded as William Dearnally.
He was also recorded as William Dearnly.
He was also recorded as William Dearnaley.
Birth:
William Dearneley was born in November 1802 at Stayley, Cheshire.


William Dearneley was the son of James Dearnaley and Mary Woodhurst.

Baptism:
William Dearneley was baptised on 5 December 1802 at Old St George, Stalybridge, Cheshire,
William Dearnally - son of James Dearnally & Mary
Abode: Stayley.


Marriage:
William Dearneley married Betty Shaw, daughter of John Shaw, on 20 July 1829 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
Both 'of this parish' (Mottram in Longdendale)
Married by Banns.
Both 'made their mark'
witnesses: James Shaw & John Marsland.


Residence:
on 10 April 1840 William Dearneley lived at Hyde's Mill, Micklehurst, Cheshire.


Death:
William Dearneley died about May 1863 at Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.

Occupation:
in 1833 William Dearneley was a Clothier.

Occupation:
in 1840 William Dearneley was a Woollen Weaver.

William Dearneley appeared in the 1841 census at
Slack Mill, Micklehurst, Stayley, Cheshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DEARNALEY, Willim 35 Labourer Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Betty 35 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Jane 11 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, James 9 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Lucy 7 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Mary 5 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, John 1 Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 102 Book/Folio: 1/5 Page: 4
Registration District: Ashton & Oldham Sub District: Stayley
Civil Parish: Mottram In Longden Dale
Address: Slack Mill, Mottram In Longden Dale, Micklehurst County: Cheshire.



William Dearneley appeared in the 1851 census at
Hey Heads, Stayley, Cheshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNALLY, William Head Mar 48 Man Servant Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Betty Wife Mar 46 Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Jane Dau Unm 20 Cotton Reeller (sic) Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, James Son Unm 19 Woollen Feeder Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Lucy Dau Unm 17 Cotton Reeller Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Mary Dau Unm 14 Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, John Son 10 Scholar Stayley, Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2239 Folio: 455 Page: 4
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: Stayley
Enumeration District: 2G Ecclesiastical Parish: Stayley
Civil Parish: Stayley
Address: Hey Heads, Stayley, Lancashire.



Occupation:
in 1856 at Mossley, Lancashire, William Dearneley was a Labourer.

Occupation:
in 1860 William Dearneley was a Servant.

William Dearneley appeared in the 1861 census at
Private, Hollins Lane, Staly, Tintwistle, Cheshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

KNOTT, Andrew Head Mar 31 Cotton Spinner Lancashire
KNOTT, Jane Wife Mar 30 Cotton Reeler Cheshire see Jane Dearnaley
DEARNALLY, John Bro-in-law Mar 20 Woollen Slubber Cheshire see John Dearnaley
DEARNALLY, Nancy Wife Mar 21 Cotton Reeler Lancashire
DEARNALLY, Fred Son - 2mo - Cheshire
//
DEARNALLY, William Head Mar 59 Man Servant Staly, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Betty Wife Mar 56 - Staly, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Lucy Dau Unm 27 Dress Maker Staly, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, James Son Mar 29 Woollen Slubber Staly, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, Mary Wife Mar 29 Cotton Reeler Staly, Cheshire
DEARNALLY, John William Grandson - 4 - Staly, Cheshire see John William Mottram
DEARNALLY, George Grandson - 1 - Staly, Cheshire see George Dearnaley
SWALLOW, Edwin Boarder Unm 29 Self Actor Minder Tintwistle, Cheshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3005 Folio: 12 Page: 21
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: 9 Stayley
Ecclesiastical Parish: St Pauls Civil Parish: Staly Tintwistle
Address: Private, Hollins Lane, Staly, Tintwistle, Lancashire.


Children of William Dearneley and Betty Shaw

Hannah Woolley

ID# 139, b. 1788, d. about November 1861
From 16 September 1814, Hannah Woolley was also recorded as Desenley.
From 16 September 1814, her married name was Dearnaley.

Note:

speculation from marriage in 1814:
Hannah's parents could be Samuel and Betty if Hannah was born 1787
and Gervaise and Mary if she was born 1786 - info from IGI. District is Mottram in Longendale.


Birth:
Hannah Woolley was born in 1788 at Stayley, Cheshire.


Marriage:
Hannah Woolley married Joseph Dearnaley, son of Amos Dearnaley and Mary Heaward, on 16 September 1814 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
both of the parish of Mottram
witnesses: James Woolley & John Marsland.


Death:
Hannah Woolley died about November 1861 at Ashton-under-Lyne R.D., Lancashire,
Indexed as Hannah Dearnaley, aged 74.

Hannah Woolley appeared in the 1841 census at
Rushes, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DEARNALY, Joseph 50 Cheshire
DEARNALY, Hannah 50 Cheshire
DEARNALY, Abel 20 Cheshire
DEARNALY, Mary 18 Cheshire
DEARNALY, Amos 14 Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 102 Book/Folio: 10/5 Page: 4
Registration District: Ashton & Oldham Sub District: Stayley
Civil Parish: Mottram In Longden Dale
Address: Rushes, Mottram In Longden Dale, Stayley.



Hannah Woolley appeared in the 1851 census at
Rushes, Stayley, Lancashire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Mar 63 Hand Loom Weaver (Woollen) Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNLEY, Hannah Wife Mar 63 Stayley, Cheshire
DEARNLEY, Amos Son Mar 23 Print Works (Back Tenter) Stayley, Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2239 Folio: 444 Page: 14
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: Stayley
Enumeration District: 2F Ecclesiastical Parish: Stayley
Civil Parish: Stayley
Address: Rushes, Stayley, Lancashire.



Hannah Woolley appeared in the 1861 census at
Hushes, Stayley, Lancashire.
On 7 April 1861:-

DEARNELLEY, Joseph Head Mar 73 Woollen Weaver Staly, Cheshire
DEARNELLEY, Hannah Wife Mar 73 Woollen Spinner Staly, Cheshire

Address: Hushes (?), Stayley, Lancashire
Ecclesiastical district: St Pauls Registration district: Ashton-Under-Lyne
Enumeration district: 7 Archive reference: RG09
Piece number: 3006 Folio number: 29 Page number: 10.


Children of Hannah Woolley and Joseph Dearnaley

Dora Kingsley

ID# 140, b. 1 May 1921, d. 13 August 1991
From about 1945, her married name was Petrich.
Birth:
Dora Kingsley was born on 1 May 1921 at 137 Crawford Street, Rochdale, Lancashire.


Dora Kingsley was the daughter of Raymond Frederick Kingsley and Mary Hannah Dearnley.

Immigration:
Dora Kingsley emigrated on 27 September 1928 to Duchess Of Bedford - Canadian Pacific, Quebec, Quebec.


Marriage:
Dora Kingsley married Arnold Petrich about 1945.


Death:
Dora Kingsley died on 13 August 1991 at age 70 years, 3 months and 12 days.