Mary Ann Outram
Mary Ann Outram was born on 26 March 1821 at Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire.
Mary Ann Outram was the daughter of John Outram and Elizabeth Biltcliff.
Mary Ann Outram married Matthew Dearnley, son of Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Whitely, on 14 April 1844 at St. John the Baptist, Penistone, Wortley R.D., Yorkshire,
Matthew Dearnley of Full Age Bachelor, Weaver res: Ingbirchworth fa: Joseph Dearnley, Labourer
Mary Ann Owtram of Full age Spinster, --- res: Ingbirchworth fa: John Owtram, Weaver
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Charles Hinchcliffe & Benjm Milnes (?)
John Outram was born about 1793.
John Outram married Elizabeth Biltcliff about 1815.
Elizabeth Biltcliff was born about 1793.
Elizabeth Biltcliff married John Outram about 1815.
Fred Dearnley was born about February 1845 at Ingbirchworth, Penistone, Yorkshire.
Fred Dearnley was the son of Matthew Dearnley and Mary Ann Outram.
Fred Dearnley was baptised on 18 January 1846 at Penistone, Yorkshire.
Fred Dearnley became the step-father of Ann E Lockwood; 26 September 1874.
Fred Dearnley became the step-father of Lucy Ann Lockwood; 26 September 1874.
Fred Dearnley became the adoptive father of Alfred Lockwood Dearnley; 26 September 1874
Fred Dearnley married Eliza Lockwood, daughter of William Lockwood and Elizabeth (?), on 26 September 1874 at St. Nicholas' Church, Cumberworth, Huddersfield R.D., Yorkshire,
Fred Dearnley 29 Bachelor, Cloth Presser res: Denby Dale fa: Matthew Dearnley, Labourer
Eliza Lockwood 29 Spinster, --- res: Denby Dale fa: William Lockwood, Watchman
Fred signed & Eliza made her mark
Witnesses: John Lockwood and the mark of James Lockwood.
Fred Dearnley died about November 1902 at Huddersfield R.D., Yorkshire,
Sarah Ann Dearnley
Sarah Ann Dearnley was born about August 1849 at Ingbirchworth, Penistone, Yorkshire.
Sarah Ann Dearnley was the daughter of Matthew Dearnley and Mary Ann Outram.
Sarah Ann Dearnley was baptised on 9 September 1849 at Penistone, Yorkshire.
Sarah Ann Dearnley married Reuben Wood, son of John Wood and Sarah Turner, on 19 October 1874 at Netherthorpe Independent (or Congregational), Thurlstone, Yorkshire,
another source has: Netherfield Independent.
Sarah Ann Dearnley died about February 1912
Ellen Dearnley was born about November 1852 at Ingbirchworth, Yorkshire.
Ellen Dearnley was the daughter of Matthew Dearnley and Mary Ann Outram.
Ellen Dearnley died about February 1894 at Huddersfield R.D., Yorkshire,
Sarah Burdett was born in 1822 at Ingbirchworth, Penistone, Yorkshire.
Sarah Burdett was the daughter of Benjamin Burditt and Lydia (?)
Sarah Burdett married Isaac Dearnley, son of Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Whitely, on 21 January 1846 at St. John the Baptist, Penistone, Wortley R.D., Yorkshire,
Isaac Dearnley Minor Bachelor, Weaver res: Ingbirchworth fa: Joseph Dearnley, Labourer
Sarah Burdett Of Full Age Spinster, --- res: Ingbirchworth fa: Benjamin Burdett, Weaver
Both made their mark
Witnesses: George Mitchell & William Brearley.
Sarah Burdett died on 18 March 1904 at Norcroft, Cawthorne, Yorkshire, at age 82 years
her estate was probated on 26 March 1904 at London
Probate to Edmund Dearnley drywaller and Joe Dearnley mechanic.
Effects £578 14s. 4d.
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966.
Children of Sarah Burdett and Isaac Dearnley
Benjamin Burditt was born about 1775.
Benjamin Burditt married Lydia (?) about 1795.
Lydia (?) was born about 1775.
Lydia (?) married Benjamin Burditt about 1795.
Emma Dearnley was born about August 1846 at Bristone, Yorkshire.
Emma Dearnley was the daughter of Isaac Dearnley and Sarah Burdett.
Emma Dearnley was baptised on 4 October 1846 at Penistone, Yorkshire,
Emma Dearnley married Henry Kirkham, son of William Kirkham, on 6 September 1866 at St. Paul's Church, Southport, Omskirk R.D., Lancashire,
Henry Kirkland - 23 Bookkeeper Bachelor of Duke Street
Emma Darnley - 20 Spinster of Duke Street
Groom's Father: William Kirkland, Farmer
Bride's Father: Isaac Darnley, Mason
Witness: William Seddon; Mary Fairclough; Mary A Brown
Married by Banns by: Francis Cooper Curate.