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.
Alice Sikes was born about 1602.
Alice Sikes was the daughter of (?) Sikes.
Alice Sikes married John Derneley (III), son of William Dearnley (III) and Elsbeth Goddard, about 1623
John's will refers to his brother-in-law John Sikes, who owed him money.
see John Sikes.
Alice Sikes died in July 1644 at Padfield, Derbyshire, England.
Alice Sikes was buried on 5 July 1644 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
William Dearneley (IV)
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||see John Derneley (III)|
|William (IV) of Mottram
|c.1604-, married to Marie Redditch.|
William Dearneley (IV) was born about 1604 at All Saints, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
William Dearneley (IV) was the son of John Derneley (III) and Ann (?)
in 1627 William Dearneley (IV) lived at Padfield, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
William Dearneley (IV) married Elena Garlicke, daughter of George Garlicke and Ann (?), on 16 January 1627 at All Saints, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
shown as 1626/7
Williemus DERNELLEE (son of Johannis & Annae) & Elena GARLICKE (dau of Georgii & Annae)
All Saints Church Glossop Marriages transcription.
William Dearneley (IV) married Marie Redditch, daughter of Raphe Redditch and (?) (?), on 22 December 1630 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England,
during the reign of King Charles 1, known as "The Martyr", 1625 - 1649.
Note: in 1640
In order to be a lord's tenant. William must have been in possession of some property in the manor and it seems likely to have been the Upperthong property again. As the Upperthong property isn't mentioned in John's will it must have passed to William before John's death, probably on William's marriage. Also it isn't mentioned in William's will either so either he passed it on to John or sold it prior to his death. There's no further mention of it in the published manorial records.
- Ian Goddard.
Note: in 1651
William Dearneley (1609-)
John Dearneley (1632-)
Sarah Dearneley (1655-)
John Creswick (c.1684-)
John Creswick (1715-)
William Creswick (1717-)
Mary Lomas (née Creswick) (1754-)
Thomas Lomas and siblings (c.1777-)
Elias Lomas (1803-)
William Dearneley (1609-)
Joseph Dearneley (1637-)
Joseph Dearneley (c.1680-)
William Dearnally (1712-)
John Dearnley (1757-)
John Dearnley (1790-)
James Dearnley (1793-)
- Janet A Davies.
William Dearneley (IV) left a will in 1651.
I William Dearniley of Padfield in
the County of Darby yeoman being visitited (sic) with sicknes and considering
the frailty of all flesh and the uncertainty of the hower of death doe hereby
make and ordaine this my testament contegneing my last will and minde
first I give and bequeath that farme which I now live upon and hold
by a Lease under the Earle of Arrundell in Padfeild and all the takes or
bargaines of ground which I have in my possession in Glossop parish
unto John Dearnily my eldest sonne item I give and doe hereby bequeath
that messuage and the landes and appurtenances thereunto belonging
scituate lyeing and being in Romley in the parish of Stopworth and in
the County of Chester which I purchased of and from William Sydebothume
late of Romley in the said County deceased and all evidences concerninge
the same landes unto Samuell Dearniley my youngest sonne item I give and
bequeath unto Elizabeth Dearniley my daughter all my quick goods beastes
and sheep corne hey and all my goods saveing and excepting the howshold
goods within the dwelling howse in Padfield and the husbandry ware the
which I give unto my wife and my eldest sonne to be occupied betwixt them
ioyntly dureing my wives life and soe long and shee shall keepe her selfe
sole and unmarried And after her marriage or death my will and minde
is that my said eldest sonne John shall have all the howshold goods and
husbandry ware Item it is my will and minde nevertheless that my said
daughter Elizabeth shall have one good bedd out of said howshold goodes
Item my will and minde is that after my said goods beasts sheepe and other goods
other goods (sic) hereby intended and given to my said daughter be prised and vallued
that what they shall fall short of two hundred poundes shalbe made up to the said
summe of two hundred poundes by my wife Mary Dearenilley John Dearniley
Joseph Dearniley and Samuel Dearniley every one of them an equall portion Item
my will and minde is that wheras Nicholas Dearniley my brother oweth mee
fifty poundes that he the said Nicholas shall pay but forty poundes thereof
and shall pay the same by tenn poundes yearely for fower yeares next after
my decease the which said forty poundes I give and bequeath unto my
youngest sonne Samuell Item my will and minde is that my sonne Joseph
shalbe kept with meate drinke and cloth for one whole yeare next after my
decease and then shalbe bound to a wollen webster and that Samuell my
sonne shalbe kept with meate drinke and apparell after my decease for six
yeares and then to be bound unto a trade Item my will and minde is that
that and and those summes of mony which I have charged my sonnes Joseph and
Samuell to pay unto my daught(er) Elizabeth shalbe payed when they shall
severally accomplish the age of twenty and one yeares and such sume and
summes of mony as I have before charged my wife and my sonne John soe pay
unto my daughter Elizabeth shalbe paid unto her within three yeares after
my decease my minde (in the margin "my minde" is repeated) and will is that my funerall expenses shalbe discharged
out of my whole goods And I doe hereby make and constitute my welbeloved sonne?
my decease my minde and will is that my funerall expenses shalbe discharged
out of my whole goods and I doe hereby make and constitute my welbeloved
freinds and kinsmen John Hollingworth of Tinsell and Anthony Reddith my
executors of this my will and testament hopeing this my will
may be performed as my trust is in them In wittness whereof I have hereunto put
my hand and seale the day and yeare first above written William Dearniley
sealed and delivered in the presence of us Nicholas Rollinson his marke
Nicholas Goddard his marke William Dearniley his marke. Debts oweing to the
testator Raphe Watterhowse seaven pound nyne shillings Edward Dearniley
three pound lent mony William Dewsnapp two pound eighteene shillings
John Hadfeild of Thong one pound fiftyne shillinge John Littlewood Stubinge 10 s
Probate London 20 Nov 1651. John Hollingworth took the oath.
Transcribed by Marie Ball
The second named Executor, Anthony Reddith, seems likely to be William's wife Marie's nephew.
see Anthony Reddish
John Hollingworth of Tintwistle was executor for William IV’s will of 1651 and described as kinsman. Given that he was first named executor, and William’s children were under age, this would have been an onerous task and one might expect him to be quite a close relative.
A John Hollingworth of Tintwistle wrote a will in 1689 and a John Dearnely was one of the witnesses.
John Hollingworth's first wife was Anne (buried in 1671). Anne could be the Dearnley connection. - JAD
"Stopworth" is Stockport. In the next century Jessop habitually describes it as "Stoppard". - IG.
William Dearneley (IV) died in April 1651 at Padfield, Derbyshire, England.
William Dearneley (IV) was buried on 10 April 1651 at All Saints, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
Marriage and Baptisms:
Robert Reddish married Margery Warburton in 1624, by licence. Anthonye Reddiche baptised 17 Jul 1625, no father given; Ellin Redditch 25 Sep 1627, father Robert? (hard to read).
So my best guess is that 1625 Anthonye Reddiche was Marie's nephew, with father Robert, and was the Anthony Reddith named as executor to William IV in 1651. (see William Dearneley (IV)) Also witness to John Jun of Padfield's 1688 will. (see John Dernely)
Anthony Reddish was buried 10 Nov 1691 M in L (Cheshire wills 1692). When John senior wrote his will in 1705 (see William Dearneley (IV)), Samuel Reddish was a beneficiary. (I can't find his baptism but a Samuel Reddish was buried 18 Sep 1719 in M in L).
(The first named executor of William's 1651 will was John Hollingworth. One possibility is that he was a cousin of Marie's: Eliz Reddich married Reginald Hollyworth 16 Jan 1603 M in L and John Hollingworthe baptised 27 Jun 1614, father Regnoulde, M inL. However, there are a lot of John Hollingworths around so this may not be the right one and there is no proof that Elizabeth was an aunt to Marie.)
- Janet Davies.
Marie Redditch was born in 1614.
Marie Redditch was baptised on 9 June 1614 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England.
Marie Redditch was the daughter of Raphe Redditch and (?) (?)
Marie Redditch married William Dearneley (IV), son of John Derneley (III) and Ann (?), on 22 December 1630 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England,
during the reign of King Charles 1, known as "The Martyr", 1625 - 1649.
Marie Redditch was living in 1651; from husband William's 1651 will.
John Dearnely was born in November 1632 at Mottram, Cheshire, England.
John Dearnely was baptised on 14 December 1632 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England,
John Dearnely was the son of William Dearneley (IV) and Marie Redditch.
between 1635 and 1651 John Dearnely lived at Padfield, Derbyshire, England,
John Dearnely married Mary (?) about 1652.
in 1652 John Dearnely lived at Padfield, Derbyshire, England.
John Dearnely married Ann Wood, daughter of Francis Wood and Alice (?), on 17 April 1688 at Gorton Chapel, Gorton, Manchester, Lancashire, England,
'John Dernelley And Ann Wood wast(?) Marryed at Gorton Chappel the 17th day of Aprill' (1688 - perhaps added later).
The current date of this marriage predates the date of John's (assumed) first wife's death. However, I think we may well have the correct wives, and the problem may lie with the records. Looking at the second marriage (on Ancestry) it looks as if the dates may have been added in later. -JAD
Other evidence for this marriage comes from John's will where he names Thomas Waterhouse the younger of Gorton, John his brother and Mary Waterhouse as beneficiaries. Thomas Waterhouse witnessed the will and Thomas Waterhouse junior helped compile the inventory. (Not sure if all 3 Thomases are the same - there are a lot of them about!)
Thomas the younger's parents were Thomas Waterhouse and Ellen Wood who married in 1669 in Gorton. Thomas was baptised Gorton 29 Sep 1671. I can't find John and Mary. (The next John in Gorton with father Thomas is 1695 and I think this is the son of Thomas the younger.)
There is an A2A document DX1418 dated 1669 that names Ellen (Wood) Waterhouse, Martha (Wood) Hall and Anne Wood as daughters of the late Francis Wood, with mother Alice. As a guide to ages, the 2 older daughters both married in 1669. Thomas Waterhouse is described as 'of Sprayhouse' in Glossop so it looks as if he settled in Gorton after his marriage.
John Dearnely was living on 13 March 1701; mentioned in his nephew William's will of 1701.
John Dearnely left a will on 12 February 1705 at Padfield, Derbyshire, England.
1 In the name of God amen the twelfth day of february in the fourth year of the reigne of o[u]r Sov[er]aign Lady Ann by the grace of God ov[er] England Scotland
2 France & Ireland Queen defend[er] of the faith Annoq[ue] Dom[in]i 1705. I John Dearnely of Padfield in the parish of Glossop & County of Derby yeoman being infirm
3 in body but of sound & perfect memory prais'd be God for the same and knowing the uncertainty of this life on earth & being desirous to settle things in ord[er] do
4 make this my last will and testam[en]t in manner & form following viz First & principally I com[m]end my soul to Allmighty God my creat[or] assuredly believeing that I shall
5 receive free pardon & remission of all my sins & be saved by the precious blood & meritts of my blessed savi[our] & redeemer Christ Jesus and my body to the grave to be buried
6 in such a decent & Christian way & mann[er] as my execut[or]s hereafter named shall think meet & convenient, & as touching my worldly estate my mind and will is that the
7 same be employ'd & bestowed as herein after is menc[i]ond & expressed and as touching the same whereas theire being an hundred pound charge upon my estate lying in Holmfirth
Interlining "bearing date before the date herof" these words are crossed through and then "bearing date the day before the date herof" is written.
8 by a surrendar according to the custom of the mann[or] of Wakefield as relation thereunto being had will more fully & at large appear now It is my mind and will that sixty
9 pound of the aforesaid charge togather with my p[er]sonall estate be employ'd in paying & discharging all my debts legacies funerall expences & probat[e] of this my last will
10 & testam[en]t & if the said sum[m] of sixty pound together w[i]th my p[er]sonall estate be not sufficient to pay off & discharge my said debts legacies funerall expences etc then it is my
11 my (sic) mind and will that my execut[or]s hereafter named shall take out of the profitts of my reall estate till all my debts legacies funerall expences & probat[e] of this my last
12 will & testam[en]t be fully discharged & paid, but if the said sum[m] of sixty pound togather with my p[er]sonall estate be sufficiant to pay & discharge my debts legacies funerall expences
13 & any overplus remaine of the same after all my said debts legacies funerall expences & probat[e] of this my last will & testam[en]t be fully paid & discharged then it is my mind
14 and will that the said overplus be equally divided between Ann Dearnelie my now wife and John Creswick my grandson Item it is my mind and will & I give & bequeath
15 unto Ann Dearnelie my now wife the sum[m] of forty pounds being the remainder of the aforemenc[i]ond charge by a surrendar as relation thereunto being had allso in this respect
16 will more fully & at large appear Item it is mind (sic) and will & I give & bequeath unto Ann Dearnely my now wife the sum[m] of fourscore & ten pounds more in all one hundred
17 & thirty pounds of good & lawfull money of England the same to be paid unto the said Ann my now wife within the space of one whole year next after my decease . Item my mind
18 and will is that if in case the said Ann my now wife shall happen to dye before the said legacy become due as aforesaid yet nevertheless she shall have power to give & dispose
19 of the said sum[m] of one hundred & thirty pounds of like English money to any person or persons whom she shall thinke fitt or convenient at her will & pleasure Item my mind
20 and will is that my said execut[or]s shall pay or cause to be paid unto the said Ann my now wife after my decease the sum[m] of fourteen pounds of lawfull English money
21 yearly & every year for & dureing the time & term of the naturall life of the said Ann Dearnelie att & upon the twentyfourth day of June & twentyfifth day of December
22 without any deduction or abatem[en]t whatsoever by even & equall porc[i]ons in lieu of her dower and if in case the said yearly sum[m] of fourteen pounds or any part thereof
23 shall happen to be behind or unpaid by the space of twenty daies next occuring after any of the afore menc[i]ond feast daies whereon the same ought to be paid & shall become
24 due as aforesaid then my mind and will is that the said Ann Dearnelie my wife shall have the liberty & power to sell & dispose of all my messuage and tenem[en]t lying in Padfield
25 afores'd & apply the same to her own use Item my will is that my said execut[or]s pay unto my neeces Sarah Dixon Mary Langly Anna Newton & Martha Charlsworth
26 twenty shillings to each of them within three years after my decease. Item I give & bequeath unto Sam[ue]l Reddish Mary Hadfield Martha Garside Ann Thornhill & Sarah
27 Bostock the sum[m] of twenty shillings to each of them within the space of three years after my decease Item I give & bequeath unto John Dearnelie my nephew Sarah
28 Swindells Mary Brocklehurst Elizabeth Sidebottom Ann Shaw the sum[m] of twenty shillings to each of them & to Joseph Dearnelie my nephew the sum of forty shillings
29 to be paid by my said execut[or]s within the space of three years next after my decease. Item I give unto my neeces Mary Dearnelie & Martha Dearnelie the sum[m] of
30 twenty shillings to each of them within three years next after my decease. Item I give & bequeath unto Thomas Waterhouse the younger of Gorton & John
31 Waterhouse his brother the sum[m] of twenty shillings to each of them & unto Mary Waterhouse of Gorton aforesaid the sum[m] of five pounds within four years next
32 after my decease to be paid by my said execut[or]s as afores[ai]d Item it is my mind and will that my said execut[or]s hereafter named shall receive & take the issues & profitts
33 of all my estate untill the legacies above said be paid & discharged. And after my will & mind be fulfilled & everything discharged & paid as aforesaid my mind
34 and will is that John Creswick my grandson shall enter upon possess & enjoy all that my said messuage & tenem[en]t in Padfield imediately after the legacies and
35 other things bequeathed as aboves[ai]d be paid & discharged paying to my said execut[or]s the said sum[m] of fourteen pounds yearly at the daies & times abovemenc[i]ond
36 dureing the time & tearm of the naturall life of Ann Dearnelie my now wife for her use as aboves[ai]d. And allso paying unto William Creswick his elder brother
37 the sum[m] of tenn pounds within the space of one year after he enters on the said tenem[en]t in full of any other bequest. Item I give & bequeath unto Ann
38 Dearnelie my wife one bedd with bedding as it now stands in the parlour & all other bedding pewter or other goods that were hers before marriage or that
39 she hath made since. I allso give & bequeath unto Ann Dearnelie my wife one chest one desk both standing in the chamber over the afores[ai]d parlour. Item
40 my mind & will is that Ann Dearnelie my said wife shall possess & enjoy the said parlour with the fire screen in my possession now in Padfield for & dureing
41 her naturall life after my decease for her own use but not to sett it nor dispose of it to any other p[er]son whatsoever Item my mind & will is that Thomas
42 Hadfield of Hadfield who is hereafter named to be one of our execut[or]s shall have the sum[m] of five pounds. And I do hereby make & constitute my loveing wife Ann
43 Dearnelie & the said Thomas Hadfield of Hadfield in the parish of Glossop & county of Derby yeoman my execut[or]s of this my last will & testam[en]t hopeing they
44 will execute the same according to the trust I repose in them. And my mind & will is that Ann Dearnelie my said wife shall be mentained & kept with meat &
45 drinke after my decease untill the first paiment of the said yearly sum[m] of fourteen pounds shall happen to become due & paiable . And lastly my mind & will
46 is that if any person or p[er]sons whatsoever to whom I have left or bequeathed any part of my estate shall attempt to doe any act or thing to make void all or any
47 part of this my last will & testam[en]t. That then & from thenceforth the legacy & bequest of him or them so attempting shall cease & become utterly void and
48 extinguished . And I do hereby revoke & make void all former wills by mee made & do hereby constitute appoint & make this my last will & testam[en]t In
49 wittness whereof I have hereunto put my hand & seale the day & yeare first above written.
50 ?? These words bearing date the day before the date hereof------------------------------------------------John Dearnely (signed)
51 were interlined before the signeing & sealing hereof: and
52 then signed & sealed in the p[re]sence of
53 Mary Waterhouse
54 Th[oma]s Waterhouse
55 Sam[ue]l Reddish
|1||A true inventory of the goods creditts cattells & chattls of Jno Dearnely late|
|2||of Padfield in the parish of Glossop & count of Derby yeoman dec[ease]d prized|
|3||by us whose names are subscribed the twenty ninth day of May Anno Do[mini] 1706|
|4||Impr[imi]s In money in his purse and his apparell||40=00=00|
|5||It[em] his horse and saddle||2=10=00|
|6||It[em] four milch cows||10=00=00|
|7||It[em] three twint[er]s & three sterks & one cow alfeeding||10=15=00|
|8||It[em] three sucking calves||01=00=00|
|9||It[em] twenty two old sheep and seven lambs||04=00=00|
|10||Goods in the house 1 table 4 stools 3 chairs 6 sett quishions||01=12=00|
|11||It[em] eight courser quishions a little buffett a fire iron shovel|
|12||two pair of tongis & firepottes||00=18=4|
|13||It[em] a pair of bellows warming pan frying pan 2 spitts & gobarts||00=06=6|
|14||It[em] a salt pyc & salt coff[er] 2 skellits2 ladles 2 hacking knifes
backspille & pestill
|15||It[em] a mort[er] & candlestick a skim[m]er & skellitt||00=04=6|
|16||It[em] a clock||02=00=0|
|17||Goods in the fire & parlour one table & form||00=13=0|
|18||It[em] three chairs one fire iron & a few books||00=08=6|
|19||Goods in the chamb[er] ov[er] the fire parl[ou]r one press||0=09=0|
|20||It[em] one bed & beding||02=00=0|
|21||It[em] one chest & table with 5 yards of linnen cloth||00=18=4|
|22||It[em] one chair & little coff[er] standing in the same room||0=04=0|
|23||In the chamb[er] ov[er] the house a little bed with its bedding||01=00=0|
|24||It[em] one mele ark & malt arke 10 li 9 loads of mele 30 pecks to the load||09=08=0|
|25||It[em] 5 pecks of wheat 10 pecks of malt & a peck of groates||00=14=4|
|26||It[em] In beefe & bacon||01=05=0|
|27||It[em] one dashon & cover, the peck & measure with two gang of spoaks||00=07=6|
|28||In the little parlour one bed with its beding||02=00=0|
|29||It[em] one little table||00=02=6|
|30||It[em] wooden ware and a dozen of trench[e]rs||01=12=0|
|31||It[em] In pewter||01=02=6|
|32||It[em] a brass pott a brass pan & a brass kettle||01=07=0|
|33||It[em] In potts & mugs a stone morter & ball three boards & a tresl||00=05=4|
|34||It[em] an old lead an iron kettle & one iron pann||00=10=0|
|35||In the chamb[e]r ov[er] the little parlour beding without a bedstead||00=10=0|
|36||It[em] 6 old sacks a cart rope, dust and male???||00=06=0|
|37||It[em] a ?ternall 9 corne boards and four little cheeses||00=08=6|
|38||It[em] in debts oweing to the testat[or] upon specialty||85=00=0|
|39||It[em] in bookd debts||24=19=0|
|40||It[em] the value of the ?? the remainder of the corn||180=00=0|
|41||It[em] an hundred of laths with some small wood||00=03=4|
|42||It[em] a little hay a cart saddle a lanthorn & 2 loads of lime-||00=09=6|
|43||It[em] In pullen & all other huslement about the house||00=05=6|
|44||Goods given to the widdow by the testat[o]r whilst liveing|
|45||a coff[er] & trunk 1 chest 1 desk & box 2 lookeing glass 1 coverlid|
|46||bolster with ballance & hangings and 3 little boxes||2=00=0|
|47||It[em] 10 pair of courser sheets 4 pair of finer sheets 6 pillow bears|
|48||4 table cloths 24 napkins & 6 courser napkins||1=05=0|
|49||It[em] In white mettle glasse potts & panpotts||0=04=0|
|50||It[em] In ??fords bowles & basons dishes & ?andishes 2 ladles & dusters }|
|51||peperbox & baist[er] in pewter & 2 floured quishions||0=06=0|
|52||It[em] one bed with beding & hanging one pare of knifes 2 dozen & halfe }|
|53||of bottles & a dripping pan||3=05=0|
|55||Thomas Waterhouse junior|
Words from wills by Stuart A. Raymond
line 26 dashon is a tub for the preparation of oatmeal.
line 37 possibly a turnel, a shallow oval tub for making cheese.
transcribed by Marie Ball
|mentioned in John Dearneley's 1705 will|
|Thomas Waterhouse the younger of Gorton|
|& John Waterhouse his brother|
John Dearnely died on 13 May 1706 at Padfield, Derbyshire, England, at age 73 years, 4 months and 29 days
Here lyeth in / terred the body / of JOHN DEARN / ELY of Padfield / yeoman who / departed this / present life May /
the 13 1706 / JOHN CRESWICKE / of Little Padfield was in / terred the 15 / day of September / in the 34 ye / are of his age /
and the yeare o / f our Lord 1722.
Children of John Dearnely and Mary (?)
Elsbeth Goddard was born about 1554.
Elsbeth Goddard was the daughter of John Goddard and Margaret (?)
Note: in March 1559
(on FindMyPast, 2017)
see John Godart.
Elsbeth Goddard married William Dearnley (III) about 1575.
Note: in 1591
shown in the Chiarles Godard tree (p.179) as: 'Elsbeth gwraig William Dernly 1591'
source: #2105 Heraldic Visitations of Wales and Part of the Marches Between the Years 1586 and 1613 by Lewys Dwnn (1846), Dwnn, Lewys; t
ranscribed and edited with notes by Sir Samuel Rush Meyrick, (2 volumes. Llandovery: William Rees, 1846),
FHL book 942.9 D23d; FHL microfilm 176,668., vol. 1 p. 179.
Elsbeth Goddard died in February 1634
Glossop Parish burial registers.
Elsbeth Goddard was buried on 17 February 1634 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
Children of Elsbeth Goddard and William Dearnley (III)
see John Derneley (III).
John Sikes was born about 1580.
John Sikes was the son of (?) Sikes.
Child of John Sikes
- Margaret Syks b. abt 1610
Margaret Syks was born about 1610.
Margaret Syks was the daughter of John Sikes.
Joseph Dearneley was born in November 1637 at Padfield, Derbyshire, England.
Joseph Dearneley was baptised on 27 December 1637 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
Joseph Dearneley was the son of William Dearneley (IV) and Marie Redditch.
Joseph Dearneley married Elizabeth Smith on 21 August 1660 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
Joseph Dearneley left a will on 3 March 1699 at Ludworth, Derbyshire, England.
In the name of god Amen The third day of March In the Eleventh year of the Raigne of ouer sovraigne
Lord William the third by the grace of god of England Scotland France and Ireland Kinge defender of the ffaith ???
Annoes Domini 1698: I Joseph Dearneley of Ludworth in the parrish of Glossoppe & County of Derby yeoman being
weake in body but of good & pfect memory praised bee god for it & knowing the shortnesse of our life here & the certainty
of death: And being willing that love and Charity bee continued Amongst my wife Issue & ffriends after my decease
doo now make publish & declare this my last will & testament in manner & forme following. And first of all I Com
-mend my soule into the hands of almighty god my Maker Humbly Hoping through the blessed ???? & [?undertakings]
of my Dear Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ to obtain full free pardon of my sins & eternall life & happiness in
heaven: but as for my body I commend it to the earth from which it was taken to be buried att Mellor chappel
according to the discretion of my Executor hereafter named And ffirst my will & mind is that my funeral expenses pro
-bate of this my last Will & Harriotts bee first paid & taken out of my whole goods & state And the Remainder
I give & bequeath as hereafter followeth And ffirst I give & bequeath onto Sara Swindell my daughter the summe of
twelve pounds of lawfull money of England having paid her already the summe of ffourty foure pounds of good & lawfull
money of England: It[em] I give & bequeath unto Mary Broklhurst the summe of twelve pounds of lawfull money of
England having already paid her the fullmsumme of ffourty foure pounds It[em] I give & bequeath unto my daughter
Elizabeth the full summe of ffourty foure pounds of good & lawfull money of England to bee paid her within one yeare
after my decease: And to bee Maintained by my Executor hereafter named ^till she be paid^ I give and bequeath unto my daughter
Ann the full summe of ffourty foure pounds of good & lawfull money of England to bee paid her after shee ?lives to
the age of two & Twentie yeares ??????[possibly a deletion] & to bee maintained by my Executor hereafter named ^till then^ And it is my
Will & mind that if either of my said Daughters die to witt Elizabeth and Ann aforesaid before ?she ??????
their portions soo bequeathed ab[ove] aforesaid then the part & portion of her dying shall be equally divided amongst
all my other daughter then living. It[em] I give and bequeath unto my sonne John Dearnaley & his heires lawfully
begotten all my lands in Chappellofrith [Chapel-en-le-frith] parrish in the said County of Derby to Enter upon the same immediate
-ly after my deceasse And also I give & bequeath unto the said John Dearneley my farme the two Estates I bought
of Robert Wo[hole]d lying above the upper flatt & the Estate I bought of Thomas Bower lying over against the ??
Cloughend1 [hole]mediately aftrer my ?de[hole] ?Except onely the farme that ??? on the Estate ???? shall bee found
upon the [hole] I bought of Robert Wood this yeare ????ing date ???? these presents It[em] I give & bequeath unto
my sonne Joseph Dearneley the summe of one hundred & Twentie pounds of good & lawfull money of England
to bee paid him when he shall Attaineth the age of one & Twentie years And if my sonne Joseph die before
he Attaineth to the age of one & Twentie years it is my Will & mind that his portion bee equally divided be
twixt my two sonns William & John then living. And further it is my Will & mind that my oldest sonne William
Dearneley and his heires have all my land & estate in Holmfirth in the parrish of Ambery22 Dialect pronunciation of Almondbury & county of yorke in
manner & forme following that is to say two parts thereof after my deseasse & the other third part thereof after the
death of Elizabeth Dearneley now my loving wife And further it is my desire & request to my loving wife
Elizabeth Dearneley notwithstanding the estate made her at the day of our marriage that she will be [?content]
& [?pleased] with [?five] pounds a yeare out of my lands in Yorkshire & three pounds a yeare out of my tennement
in Ludworth not yet bequeatherd during here naturall life And that she have the ?new parlour to dwell in &
the Butterie & i chamber over it And one moyty & halfe of all my Houssold goods in the house where I now dwell in
And moreover it is my Will & mind that my sonne William Dearneley have all my Cattels Chattels ?????
Allignments & Estate in Ludworth saving the farmes of the said leasses, Allignments (not bequeathed to my sonne
John as aforesaid) due the three pound's a year aforesaid to my wife Elizabeth Dearneley for life out of my Estate
in Ludworth together with the new parlour Butterie & chamber over it after my wife's decease together with all my
money Husbandry ware situate & being at my dwelling house in Ludworth aforesaid my money due upon penalty
or without penalty together with the other halfe of my household goods equall with my wife I give & bequeath unto
my sonne William Dearneley to discharge & pay off all the legacies before given bequeather And for his part and
portion And Revoking & making void all other Wills & testaments formerly by mee made I doe now unto this my ???
last Will ordain institute & make my deare sonne William Dearneley & John Dearneley, my Brother sole Executors
of this my last Will beseeching them to take care to performe it According to the [?contents] thereof In wittness thereof
I have thereto sett my hand & seal the day & year first above written.
Sealed Signed Published & Declared to bee Joseph Dearnaley
the last Will & Testament of aforesaid Joseph [seal]
Dearneley in the presence of
James I Beard Chesterfield 12 Aprilis 1699
I mark Latin grant of probate to James & John Dearnaley
|A true and perfect Inventory of all the goods Cattels and Chattels of Joseph Dearnaley late of Ludworth
in the parrish of Glossopp and county of Derby yeoman ?????? ???? ????? and prized by Samuel
Dearnaley William Walkelate Thomas Walkelate and James Beard all in the parrish of Glossop and
county of Derby yeomen the fourteenth daie of March Anno Domini 1698 In the Eleventh year of the
Raigne of our Soveraigne Lord William the third King of England
|In primis:||His purse and Apparrel||10||0||0|
|It.||Fouer kine two stirks and two calves||22||15||0|
|It.||one Horse one Mare one ffole||8||10||0|
|It.||In corne & Hay||9||0||0|
|It.||in Barley Meale and Mault||4||0||0|
|It.||in Salt ??? Butter & Cheese||3||0||0|
|It.||in Bedsteads and Bedings and Linnens||17||0||0|
|It.||Arks & coffers||3||10||0|
|It.||In tables formes and ?Joined stools:||3||1||8|
|It.||in pewter and Brass||3||6||8|
|It.||two fire irons & other iron ware||1||6||8|
|It.||In Husbrandry ware cheese presse & ladders||4||17||0|
|It.||In corne Sa??s||0||12||0|
|It.||two Leades and a Brasse pott||0||6||8|
|It.||in chaises stools & cushions||1||0||0|
|It.||in potts wooden ware and Boards||1||13||4|
|It.||Due to the testator by penalty the summe of||128||5||0|
|It.||Due to the testator without penalty the summe of||1||7||0|
|It.||In tenement & other allignments for a ????????? tenure of yeares||140||0||0|
|It.||in all other Hugglements||0||13||4|
|In all the whole summe of||371||9||4|
1 Cloughend lies about 500m NE of Smithy Lane farm.
2 Dialect pronunciation of Almondbury
Appended to Joseph of Ludworth's Will a Latin bond in a hand which seems
to put ornament before readability. The effect is to bind William
Dearnely of the parish of Glossop in the County of Derby & John Dearnaley do,
Yeomen, to Wmo:Walmisley and dated 11 April 1699 followed by an English
The Condicon of this obligacon is such, that if the above bound
William and John Dearnaly ?before named in the last will and Testament
of Joseph Dearnaly deceased __________To whome the Succor and Educacon
of Joseph and Anne Dearnaly children of the said Deceased
_____________________________________ being in their minority is by
the above named Wm: Walmisley comitted and granted do & shall
well and convenionly Educate Foster and bring up the said
children with sufficient and convenient meat drink Lodging and
Apparell moot and decent for their Estates and calling during
there minority And do also pay or cause to be paid unto them
all such sume & sumes of money Legacy's and portions of goods as
to them shall be due by the last Will and Testament of the deceased
And lastly do and shall upon their own proper Costes & Charges
save defend and keepe harmeless the said Wm: Walmisley & all
other officers and ministers in this behalfe authorised for
comitting and granting the said Letters of ?Taicon then this
Bond to be voyd & of non effect or able to remaine in force.
sealed & delivered Wm. Dearnely [seal]
Geo Hand ???
transcribed by Ian Goddard
Joseph Dearneley died about 5 March 1699 at Ludworth, Derbyshire, England.
Note: on 14 March 1699