Richard H Schradieck
Richard H Schradieck was born in 1920 at Providence, Rhode Island, USA.
in October 1961 Richard H Schradieck lived at Wellesley Hills, Massachusetts, USA.
Richard H Schradieck died on 29 August 2007 at Westborough, Massachusetts, USA, at age 87 years
Telegram & Gazette (Worcester, MA), Sept 4, 2007
WESTBOROUGH Richard H. Schradieck, 87, of Westborough, formerly of Wellesley, passed away peacefully Wednesday, Aug. 29th at the Beaumont Skilled Nursing Center.
He was the son of the late Dr. Constant and Annie (Bursch) Schradieck and was born and raised in Providence, RI. Richard attended the Petty School in Providence and Cornell University. He was an outstanding athlete in his youth. He was undefeated in the unlimited weight class in wrestling and a valuable member of the crew team at Cornell. Richard served his country during WWII in the Army Air Corps as a B-25 bomber crew chief. He was an entrepreneur with a career in sales and marketing.
Richard was especially proud of his heritage. His grandfather was the late Henry Schradieck, a world-renowned violinist and violin teacher who played first violin for Wagner. His violin training material is still widely used today. His uncle, Julius Schradieck, was a famous violin maker in New York.
Richard is survived by his son, Peter and his wife Debbie of Westborough; his son, David and his wife Eileen of Bandon, Oregon; his daughter, Carol Markytan of Niskayuna, NY. He also leaves a grandson, Derek Schradieck; a step-granddaughter, Anne Frappier; two granddaughters, Anna Markytan and Kristi Chiarello. He was predeceased by his brother, Carl Schradieck and sister, Eleanor Schradieck.
John Henry Dearnley
John Henry Dearnley was born on 1 May 1861 at Pennsylvania, USA.
John Henry Dearnley was the son of Isaac Dearnley and Hannah Grendrod.
Note: in 1884 at Somerset and 8th Streets (N.E.corner), Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA,
Somerset and 8th Streets, Philadelphia PA 19133
The first mill buildings in this complex, still standing, were erected in the fall of 1884 and surveyed by Hexamer in 1886, who stated "Buildings put in very substantial manner, elegant style, and on the slow burning principle." 1 Called Craven and Dearnley's, owned by J. H. Dearnley, the mill produced worsted and woolen yarns. Neither man was mentioned at any location in Blodget's 1880 survey of textile firms; nor were any mills listed on Somerset, although there were a number located on Lehigh Avenue one block to the south, but further east. In 1886 the spinning operations were conducted by 220 hands—25 men, 10 boys, and the balance girls according to the Hexamer Survey.
Another large building was added parallel to the first in 1889, 2 completing the complex as it is seen today. Another 30 girls were added to the employment rolls. In the 1910-1911 textile directory the operations were listed as Dearnley Worsted Spinning Company. In 1925 a Bromley atlas named this complex the Somerset Mill of John and James Dobson. 3
By 1943 the original company had become Dearnley Brothers Worsted Spinning Co., and had moved to Chelten Avenue and Baynton Street in Germantown, employing 247 people. 4 The company was still there in 1957, 5 but by 1965, it was no longer listed in business directories of the city.
© Carmen A. Weber, Irving Kosmin, and Muriel Kirkpatrick, Workshop of the World (Oliver Evans Press, 1990).
Plans of the Mill available here:
Surveyed January 12, 1886 (Plate 1970)
Surveyed February 7th, 1890 (Plate 2346)
John Henry Dearnley married Elizabeth Schofield, daughter of Uriah Schofield and (?) Unknown, in 1885
'Married 15 yrs' in June 1900.
Note: in 1897 at Dearnley Mansion, Roxborough, Orange, Pennsylvania, USA,
John H. Dearnley, a wealthy yarn manufacturer with mills in the Kensington section of Philadelphia, retained the architectural firm of Hale and Ballinger to build his home in Roxborough. The house was completed in 1897. Dearnley and his family lived there until his death in 1913 at which time it was sold to the Nazarene Home. Laterly, the mansion was occupied by the European Research Institution, a group devoted to Ukrainian history and culture.
Note: on 1 January 1913
Arrived aboard the Arcadian on January 1, 1913
First Name: John H.
Last Name: Dearnley
Age at Arrival: 51y
Gender Code: M
Marital Status: M
U. S. Citizen? Yes
Ship Crew? Yes
Place of Residence: Phila., Pa.
Ship Name: Arcadian
Standardized Ship Name: Arcadian
Ship Arrival Date: 1 Jan 1913
Ship Arrival Port: New York
Departure Port: Bermuda
Standardized Departure Port: null, Bermuda
Batch Number: P00054-3
Page Ref. Number: 119
Page Line Number: 0001
ID Number: 100543050001.
John Henry Dearnley died on 2 December 1913 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA, at age 52 years, 7 months and 1 day
John Henry Dearnley was buried on 6 December 1913 at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Lot 41 Bryn Mawr section, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA.
NEW YORK ARRIVALS:
Name Arrival Date Est. birth year Gender Port of Departure Ship Name
Charles E Dearnley 26-Feb-1925 1891 Male Hamilton, Bermuda Fort St George
Margaret L Dearnley 26-Feb-1925 1892 Female Hamilton, Bermuda Fort St George
Charles E Dearnley 5-Sep-1931 1892 Male Plymouth, England France
Elizabeth Dearnley 5-Sep-1931 1864 Female Plymouth, England France
Charles Dearnley Jr. 2-Sep-1933 1917 Male Southampton, England Statendam
Charles E Dearnley 2-Sep-1933 1892 Male Southampton, England Statendam
Elizabeth Dearnley 2-Sep-1933 1926 Female Southampton, England Statendam
Elizabeth Dearnley 2-Sep-1933 1864 Female Southampton, England Statendam
James Dearnley 2-Sep-1933 1922 Male Southampton, England Statendam
Margaret L Dearnley 2-Sep-1933 1893 Female Southampton, England Statendam
Marjorie J Dearnley 2-Sep-1933 1929 Female Southampton, England Statendam
Charles Dearnley 26-Feb-1934 1892 Male Havana, Cuba Veragua
Margaret Dearnley 26-Feb-1934 1893 Female Havana, Cuba Veragua
Charles E Dearnley 15-Sep-1935 abt 1892 Male Southampton, England Britannic
Charles E Dearnley Jr 15-Sep-1935 abt 1917 Male Southampton, England Britannic
Elizabeth Dearnley 15-Sep-1935 abt 1926 Female Southampton, England Britannic
James Dearnley 15-Sep-1935 abt 1922 Male Southampton, England Britannic
Margaret Dearnley 15-Sep-1935 abt 1893 Female Southampton, England Britannic
Marjorie Dearnley 15-Sep-1935 abt 1921 Female Southampton, England Britannic
Charles E Dearnley 12-Sep-1937 abt 1892 Male Le Havre, France Britannic
Charles E Dearnley Jnr 12-Sep-1937 abt 1917 Male Le Havre, France Britannic
Elizabeth Dearnley 12-Sep-1937 abt 1926 Female Le Havre, France Britannic
James Dearnley 12-Sep-1937 abt 1922 Male Le Havre, France Britannic
Margaret Dearnley 12-Sep-1937 abt 1893 Female Le Havre, France Britannic
Marjorie Dearnley 12-Sep-1937 abt 1920 Female Le Havre, France Britannic
Charles E Dearnley 25-Aug-1950 1950 Kindley Field, Hamilton, Bermuda
Margaret L Dearnley 25-Aug-1950 1950 Kindley Field, Hamilton, Bermuda
Marjorie Dearnley 10-Aug-1953 1953 Southampton Mauretania.
Elizabeth Schofield was born on 3 March 1864 at Pennsylvania, USA.
Elizabeth Schofield was the daughter of Uriah Schofield and (?) Unknown.
Elizabeth Schofield married John Henry Dearnley, son of Isaac Dearnley and Hannah Grendrod, in 1885
'Married 15 yrs' in June 1900.
Note: in January 1899
Medical News, A Weekly Medical Journal edited by J. Riddle Goffe, Ph.B., M.D.
Volume 74, January - June 1899
p.90 Our Philadelphia Letter
Philadelphia, January 16, 1899.
Note: on 19 May 1921
Name: Elizabeth Dearnley
Birth Date: 3 Mar 1864 Birth Place: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Age: 57 Gender: Female
Passport Issue Date: 19 May 1921 Passport Includes a Photo: Yes
Residence: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Husband: John H Dearnley Spouse Birth Place: Chester Co, Penna.
Elizabeth Schofield died on 25 August 1951 at Pennsylvania, USA, at age 87 years, 5 months and 22 days.
Elizabeth Schofield was buried in September 1951 at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA,
There is another grave in the cemetery lot. Margaret Elizabeth Dearnley (dates unknown)
West Laurel Hill Cemetery
Plot: lot 41 Bryn Mawr section
Isaac Dearnley was born on 23 June 1825 at Netherthong, Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England.
Isaac Dearnley was the son of Eli Dearnaley and Harriet Roberts.
Isaac Dearnley was baptised on 3 July 1825 at Wesleyan, Netherthong, Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England,
Note: in 1850
Shoe Broads Mill — also sometimes named "Shoe Broad Mill" — was a mill situated below
Huddersfield Road in Meltham. It used Meltham Dike for its water supply.
The mill was built in the 1830s.
Along will Mill Moor Mill, Shoe Broads Mill was advertised for let in the autumn
Also to LET, for a Term of Years, the newly-erected Stone built MILL, called "Shoe Broads
Mill," in Meltham, which is about 40 Feet 6 Inches long, by about 36 Feet broad, and 4
Stories high, containing 1 Willey, 2 Scribbing and 2 Carding Engines, and 2 Slubbing Billies.
The Power of the Mill is supplied by a Water Wheel, 4 Feet broad, 20 Feet diameter, and
about 14 Feet of Fall, with a constant Supply of Water.
This Mill is situate about 4½ Miles from Huddersfield, with 50 Yards of the Turnpike Road
from that place to Manchester.
The above Property is all in excellent Condition, and will be let with or without a Number of
Cottages. [Leeds Mercury (6 Oct 1838).]
By the 1850s, the mill was in the ownership of Isaac Dearnally of Netherthong, who is listed
in the 1851 Census as a "woollen manufacturer employ[ing] 12 men". Prior to his emigration to Pennsylvania, Dearnally placed the
entire mill up for auction in January 1854.
["Sales By Auction: Shoe Broad Mill" in Huddersfield Chronicle 31 Dec 1853).]
source: Huddersfield Exposed!
Isaac Dearnley married Mary Cuttell, daughter of Abel Cuttell, on 13 May 1852 at Queens Street Chapel, Wesleyan Methodist, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England,
Isaac Dearnally 26 Bachelor, Woollen manufacturer res: Netherthong fa: Eli Dearnally (deceased), Woollen manufacturer
Mary Cuttell 31 Spinster, --- res: Wooldale fa: Abel Cuttell, Woollen manufacturer
Witnesses: Joseph Preston & Thomas Dearnally
Weslyan Methodist Chapel.
Isaac Dearnley emigrated in 1854.
Isaac Dearnley married Hannah Grendrod in 1860.
Isaac Dearnley died on 13 January 1915 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania, USA, at age 89 years, 6 months and 21 days
Isaac Dearnley was buried on 16 January 1915 at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA.
Hannah Grendrod was born in March 1829 at England.
Hannah Grendrod married Isaac Dearnley, son of Eli Dearnaley and Harriet Roberts, in 1860.
Note: in 1900
Number living children: 1
-1900 US census.
Hannah Grendrod died after June 1900 at Pennsylvania, USA.
Hannah Grendrod was buried after June 1900 at West Laurel Hill Cemetery, Bala Cynwyd, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA.
John Dearnley (1804-) also had children who emigrated to Philadelphia (US 1880 census)
See John Dearnelly.
Eli Dearnaley was born on 22 September 1796 at Scholes, Yorkshire, England.
Eli Dearnaley was the son of Jonas Dearnelley and Martha Shaw.
Eli Dearnaley was baptised on 6 November 1796 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire, England.
Eli Dearnaley married Harriet Roberts on 24 January 1819 at Almondbury Parish, Yorkshire, England,
'Eli Dearnley of this Parish and Harriot Roberts of this Parish
were married in this Church by Banns with Consent of Parents...'
Eli signed ('Eli Dearnaley') and Harriott made her mark
Witnesses: John Hinchliffe & Jno Gill.
Eli Dearnaley died in March 1844 at Netherthong, Yorkshire, England, at age 47 years and 5 months.
Eli Dearnaley was buried on 20 March 1844 at Chapelry of Netherthong, Netherthong, Almondbury Parish, Yorkshire, England,
Irene Elizabeth Dearnley
Irene Elizabeth Dearnley was born in 1893.
Irene Elizabeth Dearnley was the daughter of John Henry Dearnley and Elizabeth Schofield.
Irene Elizabeth Dearnley married Laird Utillus Park about 1915.