Betty Dernaly

ID# 2841, b. about December 1770
Betty Dernaly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
She was also recorded as Bettey Dernaley.
Birth:
Betty Dernaly was born about December 1770 at Whitfield, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Betty Dernaly was the daughter of James Dernaley and Ann Dernaley.

Baptism:
Betty Dernaly was baptised on 23 December 1770 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.

Alicia Derneley

ID# 2842, b. about January 1638
Alicia Derneley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
She was also recorded as Alice Derneley.
Birth:
Alicia Derneley was born about January 1638 at Spring Bank, Derbyshire, England,
FamilySearch (IGI) shows Sudbury.
Unfortunately, there are a large number of occasions in the above database where Sudbury has been incorrectly substituted for Glossop.
This may be one of them.


Alicia Derneley was the daughter of Edward Derneley and Elizabeth Hadfield.

Baptism:
Alicia Derneley was baptised on 20 January 1638 at Padfield, Derbyshire, England.

Edward Derneley

ID# 2843, b. about 1616, d. about March 1668
Edward Derneley was also recorded as Edward Dearnley.
He was also recorded as Edward Dearneley.
He was also recorded as Eduardo Derneley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

There is the possibility of some confusion between this Edward of Hadfield & Edward D. of Padfield (c.1616-).
See Edward Dearnley.


Birth:
Edward Derneley was born about 1616 at Padfield, Derbyshire, England,
Father John's 1637 will names his three sons William, Edward and Nicholas. The rootsweb Glossop records for Edward's marriage in 1637 and Nicholas's marriage in 1639 name their parents as John and Elizabeth of Padfield.


Edward Derneley was the son of John Derneley (III) and Elizabeth (?)

Marriage:
Edward Derneley married Elizabeth Hadfield, daughter of John Hadfield and Alice (?), on 2 December 1637 at Derbyshire, England,
The rootsweb Glossop records for Edward's marriage name his parents as John and Elizabeth of Padfield.
The original Glossop marriage records on Ancestry confirm the details from Edward's and Nicholas's parentage.
- JAD

FamilySearch (IGI) shows Sudbury.
Unfortunately, there are a large number of occasions in the above database where Sudbury has been incorrectly substituted for Glossop.
This may be one of them.


Death:
Edward Derneley died about March 1668.



Note:
on 7 May 1668
Inventory of Edward Dearnley of Hadfield - 1668/1681
1   A true and p[er]fect inventorie of all such goods cattells & chattells
2   of Edward Dernely late of Hadfield in the p[ar]ish of Glossopp in the
3   countie of Darby deceasd prysed and valued the seaventh
4   day of May: in the twentyth yeare of the raigne of our
5   Sov[er]aigne Lord King Charles the second by the grace of God
6   of England Scottland France & Ireland defendour of the fayth
7   etc Annoque Dom[ini] 1668 1668 (sic): by William Hadfield John
8   Hadfield and John Dearneley as hereafter followeth ---------- l s d
9   Impri[mi]s his purse girdle and appurell ---------- 0 13 4
10   It[em] one arke (words erased) ---------- 0 8 0
11   It[em] one bed and furniture ---------- 0 8 0
12   It[em] one coffer ---------- 0 6 0
13   It[em] pewter and brasse and on iron pott ---------- 1 0 0
14   It[em] one standing board ---------- 0 5 0
15   It[em] all the ironware ---------- 0 13 4
16   It[em] plough harrow and yokes ---------- 0 8 0
17   It[em] cartes wheeles & sleydes }      
18   and other husbandry geares         }---------- 0 6 8
19   It[em] one other arke and a litle coffer ---------- 0 5 0
20   It[em] cheares and stooles board }      
21   and formes and wooden ware        } ----------      
22   It[em] in pulleyn ---------- 0 1 6
23   It[em] one chiefe presse and }      
24   stone troughes                      }---------- 1 0 0
25   It[em] the reversion of one messuage      


Probate at Lichfield 16 March 1680/1
Edward Dernley of Hadfield recently deceased, Elizabeth his relict took the oath.

transcribed by Marie Ball
January 2012

This inventory is assumed to be of the Edward who married Elizabeth Hadfield.
The dates are strange. I thought at first it was to do with Cromwell & the Interregnum, and Wikipedia shows: "After 1660, all legal documents were dated as if Charles had succeeded his father as king in 1649." It appears that the inventory was taken in 1668, but that the probate was not granted until 1680/1. - MED

It looks as though this will was in dispute during this period. A2A has a document dated 1680 relating to a dispute between Elizabeth Dearnly of Hadfield, widow of Edward, and Edward Eyre of Alport and Thomas Garlicke, regarding property in Glossop. -JAD see National Archives A2A

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Reference: C 6/405/45 Short title: Dearnly v Eyre.
Plaintiffs: Elizabeth Dearnly (alias Elizabeth Dearneley) widow, of Hadfield, Derbyshire.
Defendants: Edward Eyre yeoman, of Alport, Derbyshire and Thomas Garlicke.
Subject: The plaintiff's possession of a leased messuage and land. The defendant Eyre had purchased the lease from Edward Dearnly, the plaintiff's late husband: property in Glossop, Derbyshire.
Document type: copy bill, two answers.
SFP
Date: 1680 Held by: The National Archives, Kew Legal status: Public Record

As of August 2015 the above document had not been digitized.
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Children of Edward Derneley and Elizabeth Hadfield

Esther Derneley

ID# 2844, b. May 1756
Esther Derneley was also recorded as Esther Dearnely - from daughter Ann's birth entry.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
She was also recorded as Esther Dernely.
She was also recorded as Esther Dernally.
From 23 April 1778, her married name was Walker.
Birth:
Esther Derneley was born in May 1756 at Hadfield, Derbyshire, England.


Esther Derneley was the daughter of Edward Dearneley and Ann (?)

Baptism:
Esther Derneley was baptised on 23 May 1756 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
'Esther D of Edward Derneley & Ann his W of Hadfield.'


Marriage:
Esther Derneley married Peter Walker on 23 April 1778 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England,
Peter Walker of the parish of Stockport Weaver & Esther Dernally of the Parish of Glossop Spinster
witnesses: William Wolley & Thomas Brabury.

Children of Esther Derneley and Peter Walker

Infant Derneley

ID# 2845, b. 1644, d. July 1644
Infant Derneley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Infant Derneley was born in 1644 at Hadfield, Derbyshire, England.


Infant Derneley was the child of Edward Derneley and Elizabeth Hadfield.

Death:
Infant Derneley died in July 1644 at Hadfield, Derbyshire, England.


Burial:
Infant Derneley was buried on 12 July 1644 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
infant.

John Derneley (III)

ID# 2846, b. about 1582, d. about August 1637
John Derneley (III) was also recorded as John Dernellee.
He was also recorded as John Dearnley.
He was also recorded as Johis Derneleey.
He was also recorded as John Dernelee.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)

Note:

It's likely that this John (John III below) received the Upperthong property as a marriage portion and hence he only has a token inheritance in his father's will. - Ian Goddard
See also John Goddard's 1590 will. John was bequeathed property from his maternal grandfather. see John Goddard
- JAD

John's "now wife" Alice & the children (William, Edward & Nicholas) are named in John's will dated 29 May 1637. They are also found in the marriage registers of the local churches and their dates of birth have been estimated on the basis of this. The Will also names William's wife, Mary and their son and heir apparent, John. He also names his brother-in-law as John Sikes and John's daughter, Margaret, although it's not clear whether John was brother of his first wife, Elizabeth, or the husband of one of his sisters. Mary and Margaret both receive the traditional bequest of a ewe lamb.
When James I succeeded to the throne the manor of Wakefield was a royal manor and James disputed a number of tenancies in 1608-9. As a consequence many tenants of the manor had to pay to have their tenancies secures. One of these was a John Dearneley who paid 9s 5d for a holding in Holmfirth, well into the upper quartile for the Graveship. This seems to indicate that John III was now holding the Upperthong property but the fact that William III was still due to collect rents at the time of his death in 1613 suggests that the relationships between them was more complex.

There is no evidence that any of these Dearnley families actually lived on this land in Upperthong and clearly William didn't in 1585. There are no Dearnleys in the parish registers at this time apart from William III's appearance as godfather. - Ian Goddard.



Note:

Key to Padfield+ Dearnleys:

     The generation mumbers are based on individuals known in 2016.

John (I) c.1450-, property in Holme, married to Alice see John Dernelegh (I)
William (I) son of above; c.1474- see William Dernelegh (I)
John (II) of Padfield c.1495-, brother or son of William (I) see John Dernylye (II)
William (II) of Padfield b. before 1518, son of John (II) see William Dernelee (II)
William (III) of Padfield c.1560-, likely descendant of William (II)
 (son or grandson), married Elizabeth
see William Dearnley (III)
John (III) of Padfield c.1582-, son of William (III), married to Ann then Alice
William (IV) of Mottram
 & Padfield
c.1604-, married to Marie Redditch see William Dearneley (IV).



Note:

Plenty of room for confusion here:
We have a John D of Hadfield & a John D of Padfield who were contemporaries & both married to an Alice.
Both Alices died at a similar time.
Both are Glossop burials.
see John Dernelee.


Birth:
John Derneley (III) was born about 1582
This date may be 13+ years too late.
It seems likely that John was over 21 by the time of grandfather John Goddert's 1590 will.
This would place John's birth date before 1570.


John Derneley (III) was the son of William Dearnley (III) and Elsbeth Goddard.


Note:
in July 1590
Received a bequest in grandfather John Goddert's 1590 will.
see John Goddard.


Marriage:
John Derneley (III) married Ann (?) about 1603
from son William's marriage transcription:
Williemus DERNELLEE (son of Johannis & Annae) & Elena GARLICKE (dau of Georgii & Annae)
All Saints Church Glossop Marriages.


Marriage:
John Derneley (III) married Elizabeth (?) about 1614
John's 1637 will names his three sons William, Edward and Nicholas. The rootsweb Glossop records for Edward's marriage in 1637 and Nicholas's marriage in 1639 name their parents as John and Elizabeth of Padfield.


Marriage:
John Derneley (III) married Alice Sikes, daughter of (?) Sikes, about 1623
John's will refers to his brother-in-law John Sikes, who owed him money.
see John Sikes.


Will:
John Derneley (III) left a will on 29 May 1637.
Will of John Dernelee of Padfield

In the name of God Amen I (margin Johannis Dernlee)
John Dernelee of Padfeild in the County of Derby yeoman sick in bodie but sound
in memory doe ordaine and make this my last will and testament in manner and forme
followinge First I give and commend my soule into the hands of Allmighty God my creator
hopeing by the merritts of Jesus Christ my redeemer to have the full pardon of all my
synns and everlastinge life and my bodie to the earth to be buried in Christian manner
and as concerning my temporall goods my mynde and will is that they be disposed of as
followeth First my mynde and will is that all my debtes funerall expenses mortuary
and heriott be paied and discharged out of my whole goods Item my mynde and will is
that Alice my nowe wife shall have the third parte of all my goods and cattells which is
apperteyninge to her by lawe and the third part of that my tenement in Padfield aforesaid
which I am nowe possessed of and the third parte of all my lands dureing her naturall life
for as she keepe in my name and unmarried and otherwise to departe of the tenement and
but to have the third parte of soe much land as I shall dye possessed of. Item I give and
bequeath and hereby devise and assigne unto my two sonnes Nicholas and Edward Dernelee
the other two partes of my said tenement in my nowe possession dureinge the life of my
said wife And after her decease I give and bequeath not only that moitie of my said tenement
in my nowe possession but alsoe the other moitie in the nowe possession of my sonne William
unto him my said sonne and unto his assignes for the tearme in beinge he the said William
payinge unto my said twoe sonnes Nicholas and Edward the severall somes of fiefteene pounds
a peece within three yeares next after the decease of the said Alice my nowe wife, And alsoe
payinge unto John Dernelee sonne and heire apparant of him the said William within
three yeares next after my decease the some of five pounds Item I give and bequeath
unto every one standinge bound to me by mie specialty in any some or somes of money soe much
of the use money as shalbe thought fittinge att the discretion of Robert Crier Clarke and
my said sonne William Dernelee Att such time and times as they or any of them shall
satisfie the said severall debts in the said severall specialties Item I give and bequeath
unto my said sonne Edward Dernelee an hundred pounds to be paied to him by my executor
within three yeares next after my decease Item I give and bequeath to my sonne Nicholas twoe
partes of the moity of one close called the Kidfeild duringe the life of my said wife and the
whole moity after her decease for all the tearme then in beinge and alsoe twoe partes of three
closes called the Overlee Knowlefield meadowe and Pingatt dureinge the life of my said wife
and the whole moitie thereof and the reversion of the said three fields after her decease
to him and his assignes for the whole tearme then in beinge Item I give and bequeath to my
said sonne Nicholas sixtie pounds to be deducted out of my whole goods not formerly given Item
I give unto my brother in law John Sikes all whatsoever he is indebted to me. Item I give and
bequeath to Mary Derneleey my said sonne William Dernelee's wife one ewe lambe Item I give
and bequeath to Margarett Sykes daughter of the said John Sikes one ewe lambe Item I give
to every one to whome I am godfather twelve pence apiece Item the rest of all my goods and debts
cattells and chattells not hereby formerly given and bequeathed I give and bequeath twoe partes
thereof unto my said sonne Nicholas and the other third parte to my said sonne Edward
Item I ordaine and make my said sonne Nicholas sole executor of this my last will and testament
In witness whereof hereunto I have putt my hand and seale May 29 one thousand
six hundred thirtie seaven signed Johannes Derneleey sealed and signed as my last will
and testament in presence of Robert Cryer Esq William Dearniley

Probate London 1637. The oath was given to " Nicolai Dernelee fratris" but the body of the will says Nicholas the son not the brother.
Transcribed by Marie Ball, 2011.


Death:
John Derneley (III) died about August 1637 at Padfield, Derbyshire, England,
There is a 30 May 1637 burial of a John Derneleey, father William, abode Padfield.
see John Derneleey

This could be this John D, but it is one day after his will was written & would his father (who died in 1613) be mentioned?

Occupation:
in 1637 John Derneley (III) was a Yeoman.

Child of John Derneley (III) and Ann (?)

Children of John Derneley (III) and Elizabeth (?)

Child of John Derneley (III) and Alice Sikes

William Derneley

ID# 2848, b. about July 1646, d. July 1646
William Derneley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
William Derneley was born about July 1646 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


William Derneley was the son of Edward Derneley and Elizabeth Hadfield.

Baptism:
William Derneley was baptised on 19 July 1646 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
record title:     England Births and Christenings, 1538-1975
name:     Willmus Dearneley
gender:     Male
baptism/christening date:     20 Jul 1646
baptism/christening place:     Glossop, Derbyshire, England
father's name:     Eduardi Dearneley
mother's name:     Eliza. Dearneley
indexing project (batch) number:     C03688-4
system origin:     England-EASy
source film number:     1785840.


Death:
William Derneley died in July 1646 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Burial:
William Derneley was buried on 22 July 1646 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
Transcribed as Willmus Dearneley of Glossop son of Edwi.

Hannah Dernely

ID# 2849, b. February 1743
Hannah Dernely was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
She was also recorded as Hannah Dernely.
Birth:
Hannah Dernely was born in February 1743 at Hobrode, Derbyshire, England,
Hobrod / Hobroade / Hobroad (i.e. Hobroyd - 0.4 miles E. of Simmondley & 0.7 miles S.W. of Glossop.)


Hannah Dernely was the daughter of Jonathan Dernely and (?) (?)

Baptism:
Hannah Dernely was baptised on 28 March 1743 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.

Jonathan Dernely

ID# 2850, b. 2 May 1709, d. 30 March 1783
Jonathan Dernely was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
He was also recorded as Johnathan Dernely.

Note:

Are these two Jonathans the same person?
Jonathan Dearnaly ID# 25610 Jonathan Dernely ID# 2850
born c1695 1709 in Hadfield
parents ? William and Anna
wife surname Hadfield ?
in-laws Thurston Hadfield ?
children Known from Thurston’s will of 1735/36:
Mary c1720
Jonathan c1722 (no baptism found)
Baptisms found for the following:
Mary 1732 Hobroade
Samuel 1737 Hobroad
Hannah 1743 Hobrode
death ? 1783 Clothier aged 73yrs
(ie correct age to be son of Wm and Anna)


Is Mary 1732 the same as Mary c1720?
All we know about Thurston Hadfield’s named grandchildren, Mary and Jonathan, is that they were born before his will was written in 1735/6.
Samuel and Hannah were born after 1736. Jonathan’s baptism is missing but would fit neatly in the gap in the known baptisms ie 1732 to 1737.
The reason for Thurston leaving his property to his grand-daughter rather than his daughter (assuming all the children have the same Hadfield
mother) might be connected to the fact that he did not want the property to fall into his son-in-law’s hands (see will).

(Samuel 1737- connects to the Simmondley family.)


Birth:
Jonathan Dernely was born on 2 May 1709 at Hadfield, Derbyshire, England,
Jonathan's parentage is assumed from his age at burial.


Jonathan Dernely was the son of William Dearnely and Hannah (?)

Marriage:
Jonathan Dernely married (?) (?) about 1730.


Residence:
in 1737 Jonathan Dernely lived at Hobroad, Derbyshire, England,
Hobrod / Hobroade / Hobroad (i.e. Hobroyd - 0.4 miles E. of Simmondley & 0.7 miles S.W. of Glossop)
Currently labelled 'Whitley Nab Farm' in Google maps.


Death:
Jonathan Dernely died on 30 March 1783 at Manchester, Lancashire, England, at age 73 years, 10 months and 28 days.


Burial:
Jonathan Dernely was buried on 2 April 1783 at All Saints, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
Clothier age 73 years.

Children of Jonathan Dernely and (?) (?)