Lucy Ann Dearnally
Marriages Sep 1896
Dearnley James Hayfield 7b 1400
Dearnley Lucy Ann Hayfield 7b 1400
Sims John Hayfield 7b 1400
Sims Violet Hayfield 7b 1400
Lucy Ann Dearnally was born in 1874 at Hadfield, Glossop, Derbyshire.
Lucy Ann Dearnally was the daughter of Joseph Dearnley and Sarah Ann Thorp.
Lucy Ann Dearnally was baptised on 2 August 1874 at Tintwistle, Cheshire.
Lucy Ann Dearnally married John Sims about August 1896 at Hayfield, Derbyshire.
Lydia Dearnally was baptised in May 1723 at Wooldale, Yorkshire.
Lydia Dearnally was born in May 1723 at Wooldale, Yorkshire.
Lydia Dearnally was the daughter of James Dearneley and Leah Marshland.
Lydia Dearnally died in May 1723 at Long Inn, Wooldale, Yorkshire.
Lydia Dearnally was buried on 12 May 1723 at Long Inn, Wooldale, Yorkshire.
Sarah Dearnally was born in March 1710 at Longley, Yorkshire.
Sarah Dearnally was the daughter of James Dearneley and Leah Marshland.
Sarah Dearnally was baptised on 30 April 1710 at Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
Sarah Dearnally married George Bower, son of James Bower and (?) (?), on 22 April 1728 at Kirkburton, Yorkshire,
In James' (Sarah's father) will, Sarah is referred to as:
'Sarah my daughter now wife of George Bower'
This may imply that Sarah is a second wife of George Bower.
Children of Sarah Dearnally and George Bower
Sarah Dearnally was born about August 1752 at Townend, Woodale, Yorkshire,
Sarah Dearnally was baptised on 29 August 1752 at Holmfirth Chapel, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
Sarah Dearnally was the daughter of Joseph Dearnalley and Phanney Rhodes.
Sarah Dearnally died in June 1753 at Wooldale, Yorkshire, at age 9 months.
Sarah Dearnally was buried on 24 June 1753 at Wooldale, Yorkshire.
James was described as being "of Holne" upon his marriage to Leah Marsland and they lived in Wooldale township, first at Standbank and later at Long Ing, Hade Edge. After Leah's death he married Martha Goddard of Meltham. He is known to have bought Ellentree Head for the use of the sons of the first marriage but eventually moved to Townend, Wooldale. Martha was left property at Wickens, Upperthong during her life but a son Samuel, whose baptism is unknown was also left an interest in it. It seems likely that this had been her dowry and may have been Goddard property at least since the family lived at Hillock and that Samuel was Martha's son. There are subsequently numerous Dearnley families in Wooldale and to a lesser extent in Cartworth and Fulstone. It seems very likely that they are all descended from James and his sons although because there are often children with the same name in contemporary families it's not always clear exactly how the various generations connect up. - Ian Goddard.
James Dearneley was born about 1680
Merging this James as the James son of Joseph D. & Elizabeth Hopwood raises some birth date questions. - MED.
James Dearneley was the son of Joseph Dearneley and Elizabeth Hopwood.
in 1705 James Dearneley lived at Holme, Yorkshire.
James Dearneley married Leah Marshland, daughter of Emanuel Marsland, on 28 January 1705 at Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire,
This is an extremely significant marriage as the descendants of this & James's subsequent marriage to
Martha Goddard constitute most if not all of the subsequent families in Wooldale, Scholes, etc.
Although James was described as being of Holme at the time of his marriage his children were all born in Wooldale.
- Ian Goddard.
in 1713 James Dearneley lived at Stand Bank, Longley, Yorkshire,
in 1724 James Dearneley lived at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire.
James Dearneley married Martha Goddard, daughter of William Goddard, on 10 June 1724 at All Hallows, Almondbury, Yorkshire,
"Mar - Jacobus Dearnally Parish of Burton & Martha Goddard Melth - 10"
Burton = Kirkburton, common abreviation, Melth - Meltham.
Note: in January 1729
Wakefield 14th January 1729
Whereas by judenture bearing date the third day of December
one thousand seven hundred and twenty nine in ad (and) between James
Dearneley churchwarden and overseer of the poor of Overthong in the
said Riding and Susannah Dukinfield a poor child of the same town of
the one part and Joseph Beaumont of the same town on the other
part the said Susannah Dukinfield (by and with the consent allowance
and approbation of St John Lister Kaye Barronet and Willliam Horton
Esquire two of his Ma(jes)tys Justices of the Peace for the said Riding)
was put placed and bound unto the said Joseph Beaumont as a parish
apprentice It is ordered by this Court upon the appeal of the said
Joseph Beaumont against the said judenture that the same be
Note: indexed as Susan Dickinfield.
Assumed to be this James D. While James did not live in Upperthong he is likely to have had interests there from Martha's dowry (see note after Will).
Note: in 1734
This was sold by George Castle of Bridge, in 1734, to James Dearneley of Long Ing in the Parish of Kirkburton, clothier. By his will (proved 27 Jun, 1743) Dearnely left to his wife Martha his messuage at Upper Thong called Wickens and to his son William the estate at Ellentreehead (subject to another son Joseph enjoying the rents of part for 12 years). 1
William Dearnely mortgaged the property and it was sold in 1763 to William Armitage of Aspley, Hudddersfield.
Will of William Armitage, Abstract of will of Elizabeth Armitage and admission of Thomas Armitage, 1796. (deeds 1-19).
William Armitage the younger subsequently mortgaged the property and in 1827 it came into the possession of the Hudswell family. Armitage was imprisoned as an insolvent debtor and there were legal complications owing to the fact of Thomas Armitage's idiocy.
1796-1867. (These deeds have not been numbered separately except.
20. Abstract of title 1734-1824. 1827.
21. Case with opinions, 1831.
22. Particulars of Ellintree head farm, 1765.
23. Plan of estate advertised for sale, 1830.
(The property was purchased by W. Spencer-Stanhope from Mrs. Hudwell but the deed is not among these).
1 note: National Archives website shows:
'(subject to another son Samuel enjoying the rents of part for 12 years)'
But the will shows:
'my son Joseph Dearnally shall enjoy the Lands and premisses called Ellentreehead for the term of twelve years' - JAD
The 'headland where 'elders' were growing. The families know to have lived there in the 17th
century had the names Matthewman, Crosland and Morton. Adam Eyre always called the farm Edentree-head.
1551 Hellentreheade, Smith
1664 Ellintreehead, PR
1702 Ellen-tree-head, PR
source: Holmfirth Place-names and Settlement by George Redmonds.
I'm told that there were 3 houses at Ellentree Head. Despite the fact that there was a Mathewman family living there in the 1640s - they were the parents-in-law of Adam Eyre, the diarist - I think 1705 would have been quite an early date for a stone house but there could have been others built there by the time that James D bought one. - Ian Goddard.
James Dearneley was living in 1734 at Long Inn, Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
James Dearneley died on 27 April 1743 at Kirkburton, Yorkshire,
28th Apr 1743 Old James Dearnley of Townend died yesterday.
1st May Old James Dearnley buried this day
The burial index for Kirkburton confirms this but neither give an age. However at this time Jessop was in his 60s and a fortnight later he records the death of "Old Abraham Heeley" and adds that he was 84 which gives some measure of his idea of "old". It seems likely that this could have been the James Dearnley whose children were born at Long Ing.
- Ian Goddard.
James Dearneley was buried on 1 May 1743 at Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
James Dearneley left a will on 27 June 1743 at Wooldale, Yorkshire.
IN THE NAME OF GOD AMEN I James Dearnelly of
Wooldale township in the parish of Kirkburton and County of York ______ being not
well but of a sound mind and memory praises to almighty God for the same so make and
ordain those present to be my last will and testament in manner and form following --
and first I commend my soul into the hands of my merciful Creator and my Body to the
Grave to be buried devoutly at the discretion of William Dearnally my son and after
named Executor and as for such Estate as God in his Goodness hath been pleased to bless
me with I will and so dispose of the same both real and personall as follows having
already surrendered the Copyhold past of my real Estate into the hands of the Lord of the
Manor of Wakefield according to the Customs there of to all such uses as shall be specified
in my last will and testament first it is my will and and mind and I hereby order the
said William Dearnelly my son to pay and discharge all my just debts funeral expenses
and legacys herein afterwards named as the same shall respectively become one and
payable out of and in consideration of my personal Estate, Next I give and devise
unto Martha my law full and truly loving wife and to her assign all that whole
messuages and tenements scituate lying and being in Upper Thong commonly
called the the Wickins with all and every the Closes doles and parcels of lands
and grounds to the same belonging and therewith occupied together with all
ways waters springs turbary emolluments and hereditaments whatsoever now
in the possession of William Swallow and Jonathan Swallow to have and to hold
the said messuage and tenement with appurtenances unto the said Martha my
wife and to hee assign for and during the term of her natural life and no longer
upon this express condition that she the said Martha so and shall in consideration of this
Devise to her at the request of Sd William my son release and for ever_____ _______
unto the said William my son and his heirs for ever All the ____ of ____ claim property (properly)
and demand whatsoever of her the said Martha which she might otherwise have
claim of in or to the rest of my real Estate but provided she the said Martha that
refuse releasing as aforsaid and claim her dower and the rest of my real Estate
then I only give her the said Martha my wife the sum of five shillings, and all the said
whole messuage and tenement called Whickins as aforesaid with all the closes of
Lands and Grounds and appurtenances to the said messuage belonging and there
with now occupied I give and devise to the said William Dearnally my son to have
and to hold to him the said William and to his assignees for and during the term
of the naturall life of her the said Martha my wife and no longer from and
immediately after whose decease I give and devise the said whole messuage
and Tenement called Whickins with all the Closes and appurtenances as aforesaid
to Samuel Dearnally my son to have and to hold to him the said Samuel my son
from and after the decease of Martha my wife and to his heirs and assignees for ever
I so further give to the said Martha my wife our bedstead and usuall bedding to the
___ and desk and chest during her life - and no longer and on this Condition that
She first give my Executor a propper security whereby he may have the same again
at her decease, I do hereby give and Bequeath unto Mary my daughter and wife
of Abraham Bray the sum of Thirty pounds to be paid her or assigned by my Executor
within months next after the decease of her the said Martha my wife also
- Give Sarah my daughter now wife of George Bower the sum of five shillings
- She having already received her portion also I Give unto Elizabeth my daughter
and wife of Renald Bower the sum of thirty pounds to be paid her within twelve
months next after James Bower father of the said Renald shall surrender to his
said son Renald Bower and his heirs for ever The messuage and Tenement called
Hey and with all the Lands to the same belonging from and after the decease of
the said James Bower but provided the said James Bower shall surrender this said
messuage called Hey and to any other person then I only give the said Elizabeth
my daughter thirty shillings a year to be paid her yearly during her life the first
payment to begin within one year next after James Bowers decease I will __
devise that my son Joseph Dearnally shall enjoy the Lands and premisses called
Ellentreehead for the term of twelve years from Candlemass day next after
my decease rent free upon condition that he permit my son William Dearnally
to enjoy the Townend farm rent free during the said term of twelve years
But if the said Joseph Dearnally do not comply with this proposall then I will
and order hereby that the said Joseph Dearnally shall upon demand pay to the
said William my son the forty pounds charged upon the Townend Lands messuage
but in case the said Joseph do comply then I will and order that the said William
my son in consideration of such compliance pay the said Joseph my son twenty pounds
at the end of four years next after my decease and release to him the said forty
pounds charged on Townend as aforesaid I give and devise unto my said son William
Dearnally all that whole messuage and tenement with the Closes Lands and Grounds
thereunto belonging called Ellintreehead in Wooldale and also all my messuages
Cottages Lands Closes houses and tenements which I lately purchase of at Wooldale of
Townend with all and singular their and every of their appurtenances to have
and to hold to him the said William Dearnally his heirs and assign for ever
All the rest and remainder of my seal and personal Estate I give and devise
to the said William Dearnally my son and to his heirs and Executors for ever so hereby -
making void all former wills I make constitute and appoint the said William Dearnally
my son to be my sole executor of this my last will and testament In Witness whereof I
have hereunto set my hand and seal this twenty ninth day of march one thousand
seven hundred forty three Note the words Wooldale and word wrote and interlined in
this will before this will was Executed - The mark and seal of the said James Dearnally
Sealed Signed and declared to being last will and testament in the sight and prescence
of, the mark of Joshua Armitage of Holmfirth Joshua Turner (?) of Wooldale Jn Battye of Scholes
This will past the seal the 27th June 1743
Transcribed by Mark E Dearnley
Revised by Janet A Davies & Ian Goddard
In his will James left Martha and then to his son Samuel (who I take to be the son of this marriage) cottages in Wickens, Upperthong. I think they are the older cottages in the row mistakenly labelled Hillock Farm here (GoogleMaps) (Hillock is actually the farm over to the west. The terms of the will suggest that this was her dowry. This means that he would have had interests in Upperthong by the time of the 1729 indenture in addition to his main interests on the Kirkburton side of the valley. -IG.
Children of James Dearneley and Leah Marshland
- Mary Dearnelly b. abt 1706
- Joseph Dearnally b. 15 May 1708, d. b 1719
- Sarah Dearnally+ b. Mar 1710
- Elizabeth Dearnalley+ b. Jan 1713
- Hannah Dearnalley b. 30 Jan 1715, d. Aug 1715
- John Dearnalley b. Jan 1717, d. Oct 1730
- Joseph Dearnalley+ b. Jan 1719
- William Dearneley+ b. Mar 1721, d. Aug 1798
- Lydia Dearnally b. May 1723, d. May 1723
Esther Dearnelley was born in November 1759 at Townend, Woodale, Yorkshire,
Esther Dearnelley was buried on 8 December 1759 at Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
Esther Dearnelley died on 8 December 1759 at Yorkshire.
Esther Dearnelley was baptised on 8 December 1759 at Holmfirth Chapel, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
Esther Dearnelley was the daughter of William Dearneley and Ann (?)
Hannah Dearnelley was born in June 1753 at Townend, Woodale, Yorkshire,
Hannah Dearnelley was the daughter of William Dearneley and Unknown (?)
Hannah Dearnelley was baptised on 2 July 1753 at Holmfirth Chapel, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
John Dearnelley was born in July 1744 at Ellentreehead, Wooldale, Yorkshire,
John Dearnelley was the son of William Dearneley and Unknown (?)
John Dearnelley was baptised on 4 August 1744 at Holmfirth Chapel, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
John Dearnelley died in April 1748 at Yorkshire at age 3 years and 9 months.
John Dearnelley was buried on 3 April 1748 at Kirkburton, Yorkshire.