Rev James Frederick Somerville-Cotton
Rev James Frederick Somerville-Cotton was born on 19 September 1883.
Rev James Frederick Somerville-Cotton married Mary Olive Somerville about 1904
Rev James Frederick Somerville-Cotton died on 10 April 1977 at age 93 years, 6 months and 22 days.
Mary Olive Somerville
Mary Olive Somerville was born in 1875.
Mary Olive Somerville married Rev James Frederick Somerville-Cotton about 1904
Mary Olive Somerville died in 1964 at age 89 years.
Laird Utilus Park Jr
Laird Utilus Park Jr was born about 1922.
Laird Utilus Park Jr was the son of Laird Utillus Park and Irene Elizabeth Dearnley.
Note: on 29 November 2000
(William Birch, The City of Philadelphia in the State of Pennsylvania, North America, 1800)
-- COLLECTION PROVIDES PARTICULAR INSIGHT INTO PHILADELPHIA HISTORY --
New York, N.Y. -- On November 29th Sotheby’s in New York will offer for sale The Americana Library of Laird U. Park
Jr. This wide-ranging collection of books, manuscripts and important letters incorporates all aspects of American
history with a particular richness in western Americana and in items relating to the history of Philadelphia. Villanova
native Laird Park, Jr. built his library upon a foundation of books and spectacular, historical manuscripts amassed by
his mother Irene Dearnley Park; and he coupled that with his passion for items relating to the history of Philadelphia
and its most famous son, Benjamin Franklin. The collection is estimated to bring $4/6 million.
Laird Utilus Park Jr died on 14 January 2001 at Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania,
Coming from The Hill, Laird was on freshman crew and captained the varsity. Majoring in mechanical engineering, he was president of Colonial Club. He roomed with George Wadsworth until he enlisted in the Navy in 1943, serving on a destroyer escort in the Pacific, achieving the rank of ensign. He returned to Princeton to get his degree in economics in 1947.
Laird started his career with Smith, Kline and French, then rose to the presidency of Troemer, Inc., a manufacturer of laboratory apparatus. He was active in Eisenhower's 1953 campaign and served with the Red Cross and the United Fund. He was a board member of the Independence Seaport Museum and the Library Co. of Philadelphia.
He collected Americana and traveled and read widely. He never missed a major reunion and attended 11 others, as well. Always easy to spot at six feet, five inches tall, we shall miss his friendly demeanor, his keen sense of humor, and his love of Princeton. With his family, we deeply share his loss.
The Class of 1944
Princeton Alumni Weekly
Published in Apr. 18, 2001.
Mary Turner was born in March 1816 at Farnley, Yorkshire.
Mary Turner was the daughter of Robert Turner.
Mary Turner was baptised on 14 April 1816 at Almondbury, Yorkshire.
in 1850 Mary Turner lived at Rastrick, Halifax, Yorkshire.
Mary Turner married Eli Dearnley, son of Samuel Dearnaley and Betty Peel, on 27 October 1850 at St. Mary's Church, Elland, Halifax, Yorkshire,
Ely Dearnley 40 Bachelor, Farmer res: Rastrick fa: Samuel Dearnley, Clothier
Mary Turner 35 Spinster, --- res: Rastrick fa: Robert Turner, Clothier
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Amos Crother & James Boothroyd.
Mary Turner died in March 1867 at Shepherd's Thorn, Bradley Parish, Yorkshire, at age 51 years.
Mary Turner was buried on 9 March 1867 at St Thomas, Bradley, Yorkshire,
Name: Mary Dearnley
Parish: Bradley, St Thomas
Burial Date: 9 Mar 1867
Burial Age: 57
West Yorkshire Archive Service; Wakefield, Yorkshire, England; Yorkshire Parish Records; Old Reference Number: D44/4; New Reference Number: WDP44/4.
Sarah (?) was born in 1839 at Woodhouse, Mansfield, Nottinghamshire.
Sarah (?) married (?) Sims about 1860.
The only record for Fanny is a burial record "Fanny wife of William Dearnelly of Woodall" and
Ann is not mentioned in the children's baptismal records until 1765.
These must be regarded as weak links.
Ann (?) was born about 1724.
Ann (?) married William Dearneley, son of James Dearneley and Leah Marshland, about 1758.
Note: on 19 March 1790
This could be this Ann.
Ann (?) died in January 1791 at Townend, Yorkshire.
Ann (?) was buried on 26 January 1791 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire,
Possibly this "Anna" (?)
Children of Ann (?) and William Dearneley
(?) (?) was born about 1819.
(?) (?) married James Lee about 1840.
(?) (?) died before 1858.
Unknown (?) was born about 1718.
Unknown (?) married Samuel Dearnelly, son of James Dearneley and Martha Goddard, about 1745.
in 1751 Unknown (?) lived at Ridings, Wooldale, Yorkshire.