Joseph Dearnley

ID# 4061, b. 20 March 1851, d. 26 April 1912
Joseph Dearnley was also recorded as Joseph Dearninley.
He also went by the name of Joe.
Residence:
on 20 March 1851 Joseph Dearnley lived at Woodmoor Hill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


Birth:
Joseph Dearnley was born on 20 March 1851 at Woodmoor Hill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


Joseph Dearnley was the son of Francis Dearnley and Harriett Monseair.

Residence:
on 24 January 1874 Joseph Dearnley lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Joseph Dearnley married Martha Taylor, daughter of George Taylor and Ann Scott, on 24 January 1874 at Sandal Magna Parish Church, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
Joseph Dearnley 22 Bachelor, Labourer res: Newmillerdam fa: Francis Dearnley, Labourer
Martha Taylor 25 Spinster, --- res: S. Mary's Wakefield fa: George Taylor, Cloth Dresser
Both signed
Witnesses: Thomas Taylor & Richard Clegg.


Residence:
on 10 September 1876 Joseph Dearnley lived at Newmillerdam, Sandal, Yorkshire.


Residence:
on 25 February 1898 Joseph Dearnley lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Residence:
on 12 July 1909 Joseph Dearnley lived at (Durker), Durkar, Yorkshire.


Will:
Joseph Dearnley left a will in 1912.
Admons to William Taylor Dearnley
Hosier. £86.


Death:
Joseph Dearnley died on 26 April 1912 at Woodbine Terrace, Durkar, Crigglestone, Yorkshire, at age 61 years, 1 month and 6 days
Crigglestone M.I.
In loving memory of Martha, the beloved wife of Joseph Dearnley of Durker who died July 12th 1909 aged 60 years
Also the above named Joseph Dearnley who died April 26th 1912 aged 61 years. United Above. We Triumph Over Death Through Faith In Jesus Blood

----
Death certificate
When and where died: Twenty-sixth April 1913, Woodbine Terrace, Durkar, Crigglestone.
Name and surname: Joseph Dearnley. Age: 61 years. Occupation: Labourer at Iron Works.
Signature, description and residence of informant: George Dearnley, son, in attendance, Woodbine Terrace, Durkar, Crigglestone.


Probate:
his estate was probated on 17 May 1912 at Wakefield
DEARNLEY Joseph of Woodbine-terrace Durkar Crigglestone Yorkshire.
Administration to William Taylor Dearnley hosier.
Effects £86 2s. 2d.
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966.

Joseph Dearnley appeared in the 1861 census at
New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

MONSEAIR, John Head Mar 67 Coal Dealer & Grocer Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Rebecca Wife Mar 67 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, William Son Unm 22 Carter Woolley, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Joseph Grandson - 10 Scholar Sandal, Yorkshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3418 Folio: 7 Page: 8
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: 2 Sandal
Enumeration District: 1 Ecclesiastical Parish: Chapelthorpe
Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Joseph Dearnley appeared in the 1871 census at
Humley Hill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1871:-

MONSEAIR, Sarah Head Unm 42 Annuitant Wooley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, William Brother Mar 32 Colliery Engine Tenter Wooley, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Joseph Boarder Unm 20 Forge Labourer Crigglestone, Yorkshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 4615 Folio: 6 Page: 5
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal
Enumeration District: 1 Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: Humley Hill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.



Occupation:
on 24 January 1874 Joseph Dearnley was a Labourer.

Occupation:
on 10 September 1876 Joseph Dearnley was a Colliery Banksman.

Joseph Dearnley appeared in the 1881 census at
New Millerdam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

DEARNINLEY, Joseph Head Mar 30 General Labr Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Martha Wife Mar 32 - Armitage Bridge, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Harriet A Dau Sngl 6 Scholar Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Albert Son Sngl 4 Scholar Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, George Son Sngl 3 - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Annie Dau Sngl 10 mo - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Tom Son Sngl 10 mo - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire

Address: New Millerdam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: RG11 Piece number: 4571 Folio: 113 Page: 31.



Joseph Dearnley appeared in the 1891 census at
Newmillerdam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 5 April 1891:-

DEARNLEY, Joe Head Mar 40 Forge Man Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Martha Wife Mar 43 - Berry Brow
DEARNLEY, Albert Son Sngl 14 General Labourer Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, George Son Sngl 15 General Labourer Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Annie Dau - 10 Scholar Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Willie Son - 8 Scholar Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John Son - 6 Scholar Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire

RG number: RG12 Piece: 3743 Folio: 6 Page: 6
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal
Enumeration District: 1 Ecclesiastical Parish: Chapelthorpe
Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: New Millerdam, Crigglestone, Newmillerdam, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Occupation:
on 25 February 1898 Joseph Dearnley was a Joiner.

Joseph Dearnley appeared in the 1901 census at
Dirtcar, Woodbine Terrace, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 31 March 1901:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Mar 51 Labourer Iron Works Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Martha Wife Mar 52 - Berry Brow, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Albert Son Sngl 24 Iron Works Subcontractor Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, George Son Sngl 23 Iron Cutter Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Annie Dau Sngl 20 - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, William T Son Sngl 18 Drapers Apprentice Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John M Son Sngl 16 Tailors Apprentice Newmillerdam, Yorkshire

RG number: RG13 Piece: 4277 Folio: 49 Page: 7
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal
Enumeration District: 3 Ecclesiastical Parish: Chapelthorpe St James
Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: Dirtcar (or Durkar), Woodbine Terrace, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Occupation:
on 29 June 1901 Joseph Dearnley was a Forgeman - recorded at son Albert Dearnley's 1901 marriage.

Joseph Dearnley appeared in the 1911 census at
Woodbine Terrace, Durkar, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1911:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Widr 60 General Labourer Crigglestone, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Annie Dau Sngl 30 - Sandal, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, William T Son Sngl 28 Hatter and Hosiery Manager Sandal, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John M Son Sngl 26 Hosiers Assistant Sandal, Yorkshire

RG number: RG14 Piece: 27365 RD: 504 SD: 2 ED: 8 Schedule: 322
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal Enumeration District: 8
Parish: Crigglestone
Address: Woodbine Terrace, Durkar near Wakefield, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Occupation:
in 1912 Joseph Dearnley was a Forge Man.

Occupation:
on 26 April 1912 Joseph Dearnley was a Labourer at Iron Works.

Children of Joseph Dearnley and Martha Taylor

Harriett Monseair

ID# 4062, b. December 1821, d. 25 July 1852
Harriett Monseair was also recorded as Harriet Monsieur.
She was also recorded as Harriett Monsieur.
She was also recorded as Harriet Monsier.
She was also recorded as Hannah.
From 25 December 1845, her married name was Dearnley.
Birth:
Harriett Monseair was born in December 1821 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Harriett Monseair was the daughter of John Monseair and Rebecca Field.

Baptism:
Harriett Monseair was baptised on 30 December 1821 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
on 25 December 1845 Harriett Monseair lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Harriett Monseair married Francis Dearnley, son of Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Sharp, on 25 December 1845 at Zion Congregational Chapel, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Witnesses: Abraham Jackson, Hannah Monsear, Sarah Wigglesworth.


Residence:
on 20 March 1851 Harriett Monseair lived at Woodmoor Hill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1852 Harriett Monseair lived at Lee Fair, Yorkshire.


Death:
Harriett Monseair died on 25 July 1852 at Humley side, Crigglestone, Yorkshire, at age 30 years and 7 months.


Burial:
Harriett Monseair was buried on 28 July 1852 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire.


Death:
Harriett Monseair died before 5 December 1853.

Harriett Monseair appeared in the 1841 census at
New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
MONSIER, John 45 Ag Lab Yorkshire
MONSIER, Rebecca 45 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, George 20 Ag Lab Yorkshire
MONSIER, Harriot 15 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, Rebecca 10 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, John 10 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, Charles 9 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, Mary 6 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, William 3 - Yorkshire

Address: New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Parish: Sandal Magna Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: HO107 Piece number: 1270
Book number: 2 Folio number: 24 Page number: 5.



Harriett Monseair appeared in the 1851 census at
New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Bretton, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Mar 74 Gardener Crigglestone, Yorkshire see Joseph Dearnley
DEARNLEY, Ann Wife Mar 50 - Halifax, Yorkshire see Ann Crabtree
DEARNLEY, George Son Unm 43 Stone Mason Crigglestone, Yorkshire Deaf & Dumb
DEARNLEY, Michael Son Unm 30 Shoe Maker Crigglestone, Yorkshire Deaf & Dumb
BURKINSHAW, Emma Grddau Unm 15 Darton, Yorkshire see Emma Burkinshaw
//
Winterbottom family
//
DEARNLEY, Francis Head Mar 28 Stone Mason Crigglestone, Yorkshire see Francis Dearnley
DEARNLEY, Hannah Wife Mar 29 - Crigglestone, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John Son - 4 - Crigglestone, Yorkshire

Address: New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire
Ecclesiastical District: Chapelthorpe Village: New Miller Dam
Registration District: Wakefield, Bretton
RG number: HO107 Piece: 2326 Folio: 195 Page: 19.


Children of Harriett Monseair and Francis Dearnley

Harriet Ann Dearnley

ID# 4063, b. about August 1874, d. 22 December 1933
From 15 November 1902, her married name was Haines.
Harriet Ann Dearnley

Note:

Anecdotal from Richard Haines: One of her family served in the French Colonial Service and kept a bull terrier which killed goats in Africa. A native boy arranged a cure. The next goat it killed was tied to the dog and the experience of dragging round a decaying goat cured the terrier.
Harriet worked as a cook at a big house in Lower Sunbury Road - Pontefract House. There was a vague recollection of a visit to Albert Dearnley in Yorks once but apparently Tom Haines did not get on with him. She was quiet and always at home when the children came home but Tom was noisier. Harriet had an uncle who was interested in cricket. He took her to cricket matches and holiday to Douglas, Isle of Man.


Birth:
Harriet Ann Dearnley was born about August 1874 at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire,
Wakefield vol.9c     p.16     1874     Sep     Births.


Harriet Ann Dearnley was the daughter of Joseph Dearnley and Martha Taylor.

Marriage:
Harriet Ann Dearnley married Tom Haines on 15 November 1902 at Staines, Middlesex,
Staines vol.3a p.29 1902 Dec Marriages.


Death:
Harriet Ann Dearnley died on 22 December 1933 at St Nicholas, Shepperton, Middlesex,
In remembrance of HARRIET ANN HAINES, died [22] Dec. 1933 aged 59 years. "A beloved wife and mother".
Also TOM HAINES, husband of above, died [8]th Feb. 1943 aged 72 years.

Monument type: Low headstone with kerb
Memorial reference: Na7
Position reference: Cemetery
Middlesex Monumental Inscriptions 1485-2014 Transcription.

Harriet Ann Dearnley appeared in the 1881 census at
New Millerdam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

DEARNINLEY, Joseph Head Mar 30 General Labr Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Martha Wife Mar 32 - Armitage Bridge, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Harriet A Dau Sngl 6 Scholar Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Albert Son Sngl 4 Scholar Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, George Son Sngl 3 - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Annie Dau Sngl 10 mo - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Tom Son Sngl 10 mo - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire

Address: New Millerdam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: RG11 Piece number: 4571 Folio: 113 Page: 31.



Harriet Ann Dearnley appeared in the 1891 census at
Birch Road, Berry Brow, Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire.
On 5 April 1891:-

TAYLOR, James Head Mar 40 Woollen Traveller Berry Brow, Holmbridge, Yorkshire see James Taylor
TAYLOR, Rebecca Wife Mar 37 - Honley, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Herbert Son - 13 Scholar Berry Brow, Holmbridge, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Wilfred Son - 10 Scholar Berry Brow, Holmbridge, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Allan Son - 10 - Berry Brow, Holmbridge, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Louisa Dau - 5 - Berry Brow, Holmbridge, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, James B Son - 8mo - Berry Brow, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Harriet A Niece Sngl 16 Nurse Wakefield, Yorkshire

RG number: RG12 Piece: 3563 Folio: 121 Page: 8
Registration District: Huddersfield Sub District: Almondbury
Enumeration District: 16 Ecclesiastical Parish: St Pauls Armitage Bridge
Civil Parish: Almondbury Municipal Borough: Huddersfield
Address: Birch Road, Almondbury, Berry Brow, Huddersfield, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Harriet Ann Dearnley appeared in the 1901 census at
153 Sheen Road, Richmond, Surrey.
On 31 March 1901:-

CLARKE, Thomas M Head Widr 78 Retired Dental Surgeon Hackney, London
CLARKE, Amelia E Dau Sngl 50 - Richmond, Surrey
CLARKE, Agnes F Dau Sngl 47 - Richmond, Surrey
DEARNLEY, Harriet A Servant Sngl 25 Cook Domestic Crigglestone, Yorkshire
HALL, Beatrice J Servant Sngl 24 Housemaid Domestic Hendon, Middlesex

RG number: RG13 Piece: 675 Folio: 157 Page: 24
Registration District: Richmond Sub District: Richmond
Enumeration District: 18 Ecclesiastical Parish: St John the Divine
Civil Parish: Richmond
Address: 153, Sheen Road, Richmond, Surrey.



Harriet Ann Dearnley appeared in the 1911 census at
5 Glebeland Gardens, Shepperton, Middlesex.
On 2 April 1911:-

HAINES, Tom Head 40 Mar Shoeing & General Smith Dorset, Bincombe
HAINES, Harriet Ann Wife 36 Mar 8 yrs* - Yorks, Criggleston
HAINES, Tom Bertram Son 7 - School Middx, Shepperton
HAINES, Harry Son 6 - School Middx, Shepperton
HAINES, Joseph Edward Son 4 - - Middx, Shepperton
HAINES, Phyllis Harriet Dau 2 - - Middx, Shepperton

* 4 children born alive, 4 still living

Address: 5 Glebeland Gardens, Shepperton, Middlesex
Parish: Shepperton Archive reference: RG14
Registration district: Staines Registration district number: 126
Enumeration district: 13 Sub district: Sunbury Sub district number: 1
Census reference: RG14PN6737 RG78PN335 RD126 SD1 ED13 SN99 Piece number: 6737.


Children of Harriet Ann Dearnley and Tom Haines

Annie Dearnley

ID# 4064, b. 26 May 1880
From 14 July 1912, her married name was Oxley.
Birth:
Annie Dearnley was born on 26 May 1880 at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Annie Dearnley was the daughter of Joseph Dearnley and Martha Taylor.

Marriage:
Annie Dearnley married James Watson Oxley, son of William Oxley, on 14 July 1912 at St James' Church, Chapelthorpe Parish, Yorkshire,
James Watson Oxley 32 Bachelor, Pork Butcher res: Newmillerdam fa: William Oxley, Wheelwright
Annie Dearnley 32 Spinster, --- res: Dunkar fa: Joseph Dearnley (deceased), Iron worker
Both signed
Witnesses: Ann Oxley & Albert Dearnley
St James' Church, Chapelthorpe Parish, Yorkshire.

Annie Dearnley appeared in the 1881 census at
New Millerdam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

DEARNINLEY, Joseph Head Mar 30 General Labr Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Martha Wife Mar 32 - Armitage Bridge, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Harriet A Dau Sngl 6 Scholar Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Albert Son Sngl 4 Scholar Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, George Son Sngl 3 - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Annie Dau Sngl 10 mo - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Tom Son Sngl 10 mo - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire

Address: New Millerdam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: RG11 Piece number: 4571 Folio: 113 Page: 31.



Annie Dearnley appeared in the 1891 census at
Newmillerdam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 5 April 1891:-

DEARNLEY, Joe Head Mar 40 Forge Man Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Martha Wife Mar 43 - Berry Brow
DEARNLEY, Albert Son Sngl 14 General Labourer Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, George Son Sngl 15 General Labourer Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Annie Dau - 10 Scholar Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Willie Son - 8 Scholar Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John Son - 6 Scholar Newmiller Dam, Yorkshire

RG number: RG12 Piece: 3743 Folio: 6 Page: 6
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal
Enumeration District: 1 Ecclesiastical Parish: Chapelthorpe
Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: New Millerdam, Crigglestone, Newmillerdam, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Annie Dearnley appeared in the 1901 census at
Dirtcar, Woodbine Terrace, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 31 March 1901:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Mar 51 Labourer Iron Works Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Martha Wife Mar 52 - Berry Brow, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Albert Son Sngl 24 Iron Works Subcontractor Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, George Son Sngl 23 Iron Cutter Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Annie Dau Sngl 20 - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, William T Son Sngl 18 Drapers Apprentice Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John M Son Sngl 16 Tailors Apprentice Newmillerdam, Yorkshire

RG number: RG13 Piece: 4277 Folio: 49 Page: 7
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal
Enumeration District: 3 Ecclesiastical Parish: Chapelthorpe St James
Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: Dirtcar (or Durkar), Woodbine Terrace, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Annie Dearnley appeared in the 1911 census at
Woodbine Terrace, Durkar, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1911:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Widr 60 General Labourer Crigglestone, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Annie Dau Sngl 30 - Sandal, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, William T Son Sngl 28 Hatter and Hosiery Manager Sandal, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John M Son Sngl 26 Hosiers Assistant Sandal, Yorkshire

RG number: RG14 Piece: 27365 RD: 504 SD: 2 ED: 8 Schedule: 322
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal Enumeration District: 8
Parish: Crigglestone
Address: Woodbine Terrace, Durkar near Wakefield, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Annie Dearnley appeared in the 1939 register at
12 Hawkshead Street, Southport C.B., Lancashire.
In September 1939:-

OXLEY, James W 01 Jun 1880 Married Minister Undenominational
OXLEY, Annie 26 May 1880 Married Unpaid Domestic Duties
HALL, Elizabeth M 04 Jul 1885 Single Private Means
PRICE, Ellen 04 Nov 1859 Widowed Private Means
Schedule No. 171.


Tom Dearnley

ID# 4065, b. 27 May 1880, d. February 1882
Tom Dearnley was also recorded as Thomas.
Birth:
Tom Dearnley was born on 27 May 1880 at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Tom Dearnley was the son of Joseph Dearnley and Martha Taylor.

Death:
Tom Dearnley died in February 1882 at New Miller Dam, Yorkshire, at age 1 year and 8 months.


Burial:
Tom Dearnley was buried on 28 February 1882 at Sandal Magna Parish, Yorkshire,
Tom Dearnley; abode: New Miller Dam; buried Feb 28; age: 1 yrs.

Tom Dearnley appeared in the 1881 census at
New Millerdam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

DEARNINLEY, Joseph Head Mar 30 General Labr Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Martha Wife Mar 32 - Armitage Bridge, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Harriet A Dau Sngl 6 Scholar Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Albert Son Sngl 4 Scholar Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, George Son Sngl 3 - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Annie Dau Sngl 10 mo - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNINLEY, Tom Son Sngl 10 mo - Newmillerdam, Yorkshire

Address: New Millerdam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: RG11 Piece number: 4571 Folio: 113 Page: 31.


Elizabeth Turver

ID# 4066, b. 1847, d. about 1909
Her married name was Wilson.

Note:

Certificate has been ordered.



Note:

On the 1861 census she lived with her Grandparents in Upton Beacon. There were some Turvers living in South Elmsall who were papers. Possibly her parents and siblings?


Birth:
Elizabeth Turver was born in 1847 at South Elmsall, Yorkshire.


Elizabeth Turver was the daughter of James Turver and Charlotte Moody.

Residence:
in 1861 Elizabeth Turver lived at Shafton, Yorkshire.


Religion:
in 1869Elizabeth Turver was
Wesleyan Methodist.



Residence:
in 1869 Elizabeth Turver lived at Sharrow Lane, Ecclesall Bierlow, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Elizabeth Turver married Robert Wilson, son of George Wilson and Mary Martin, on 6 June 1869 at Montgomery Chapel, Eccleshall Bierlow, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1871 Elizabeth Turver lived at Cecil Road, Ecclesall, Sheffield, Yorkshire.


Residence:
on 24 March 1879 Elizabeth Turver lived at Holly Street, Balne Lane, Alverthorpe, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1901 Elizabeth Turver lived at 33 Balne Lane, Wakefield, Yorkshire.


Death:
Elizabeth Turver died about 1909 at Wakefield, Yorkshire.

Elizabeth Turver appeared in the 1851 census at
South Elmsall, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

TURVER, James Head Mar 35 Carrier Upton, Yorkshire
TURVER, Charlotte Wife Mar 28 - Derwent, Yorkshire
TURVER, Hannah Dau - 8 Scholar Yorkshire
TURVER, Jane Dau - 6 Scholar Yorkshire
TURVER, Elizabeth Dau - 4 - South Elmsall, Yorkshire
TURVER, Charlotte Dau - 1 - South Elmsall, Yorkshire

Address: South Elmsall, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration district: Hemsworth Archive reference: HO107
Piece number: 2331 Folio: 284 Page: 23.



Occupation:
in 1861 Elizabeth Turver was a House Maid.

Children of Elizabeth Turver and Robert Wilson

Francis Dearnley

ID# 4067, b. 1 September 1822, d. about August 1872
Francis Dearnley was also recorded as Francis Darnley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Illiterate according to his second marriage to Elizabeth Shires.

His first wife (Harriet Monseair) died at 31 leaving John (5) and Joseph (1).

When he remarried John went to live with him in Birstall. Joseph stayed in Newmillerdam and was raised by his maternal grandparents.


Residence:
in 1822 Francis Dearnley lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Birth:
Francis Dearnley was born in August 1822 at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Baptism:
Francis Dearnley was baptised on 1 September 1822 at Sandal Magna Parish Church, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.


Francis Dearnley was the son of Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Sharp.

Residence:
on 25 December 1845 Francis Dearnley lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Francis Dearnley married Harriett Monseair, daughter of John Monseair and Rebecca Field, on 25 December 1845 at Zion Congregational Chapel, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Witnesses: Abraham Jackson, Hannah Monsear, Sarah Wigglesworth.


Residence:
on 20 March 1851 Francis Dearnley lived at Woodmoor Hill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1852 Francis Dearnley lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Residence:
on 25 July 1852 Francis Dearnley lived at Humley side, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1853 Francis Dearnley lived at Thornes, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Francis Dearnley married Elizabeth Hudson, daughter of John Hudson, on 5 December 1853 at St. John's Church, Wakefield Parish, Yorkshire,
Francis Dearnley full age Widower, Delver res: Thornes fa: Joseph Dearnley, Gardner
Elizabeth Shires full age Widow, --- res: Thornes fa: John Hudson, Miner
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Maria Hewitt & William Hudson (his mark)
St. John's Church, Wakefield Parish, Yorkshire.


Death:
Francis Dearnley died about August 1872 at Dewsbury R.D., Yorkshire,
Indexed as Francis Dearnley, aged 49.

Occupation:
Francis Dearnley was a Labourer - recorded at the marriage of son Joseph.

Francis Dearnley appeared in the 1841 census at
Wood Moor, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DEARNLEY, Joseph 64 Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, George 30 Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Eliza 25 Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Charles 25 Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, William 20 Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Michael 20 Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Francis 15 Yorkshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 1270 Book/Folio: 2/30 Page: 16
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal
Civil Parish: Sandal, Magna Municipal Borough:
Address: Wood Moor, Sandal, Magna, Crigglestone County: Yorkshire.



Occupation:
on 25 December 1845 Francis Dearnley was a Stone Mason.

Occupation:
on 20 March 1851 Francis Dearnley was a Labourer.

Francis Dearnley appeared in the 1851 census at
New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Bretton, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Mar 74 Gardener Crigglestone, Yorkshire see Joseph Dearnley
DEARNLEY, Ann Wife Mar 50 - Halifax, Yorkshire see Ann Crabtree
DEARNLEY, George Son Unm 43 Stone Mason Crigglestone, Yorkshire Deaf & Dumb
DEARNLEY, Michael Son Unm 30 Shoe Maker Crigglestone, Yorkshire Deaf & Dumb
BURKINSHAW, Emma Grddau Unm 15 Darton, Yorkshire see Emma Burkinshaw
//
Winterbottom family
//
DEARNLEY, Francis Head Mar 28 Stone Mason Crigglestone, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Hannah Wife Mar 29 - Crigglestone, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John Son - 4 - Crigglestone, Yorkshire

Address: New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire
Ecclesiastical District: Chapelthorpe Village: New Miller Dam
Registration District: Wakefield, Bretton
RG number: HO107 Piece: 2326 Folio: 195 Page: 19.



Occupation:
on 25 July 1852 Francis Dearnley was a Labourer.

Occupation:
in 1853 Francis Dearnley was a Delver.

Francis Dearnley appeared in the 1861 census at
Gelderd Road, Gomersal, Yorkshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

DEARNLEY, Francis Head Mar 38 Quarryman Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Elizabeth Wife Mar 39 - Alverthorpe, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John Son - 14 Factory Worker Woollen Soothill, Yorkshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3402 Folio: 29 Page: 7
Registration District: Dewsbury Sub District: 3 Gomersal
Enumeration District: 2 Ecclesiastical Parish: Birstal
Civil Parish: Gomersal Municipal Borough: A
ddress: Gelderd Road, Gomersal, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Francis Dearnley appeared in the 1871 census at
Gelder Road, Gomersal, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1871:-

DEARNLEY, Francis Head 48 Quarry Man Newmillerdam, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Elizabeth Wife 48 Housewife Alverthorpe, Yorkshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 4587 Folio: 30 Page: 8
Registration District: Dewsbury Sub District: Gomersal
Enumeration District: 2 Civil Parish: Gomersal
Address: Gelder Road, Gomersal, Yorkshire.


Children of Francis Dearnley and Harriett Monseair

George Taylor

ID# 4068, b. 1825, d. between 1864 and 1871

Note:

Was illiterate as signed with a cross at his marriage.


Birth:
George Taylor was born in 1825 at Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire.


George Taylor was the son of Charles Taylor and Mary (?)

Residence:
in 1841 George Taylor lived at Parkgate, Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1846 George Taylor lived at Armitage Bridge, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
George Taylor married Ann Scott, daughter of James Scott and Elizabeth Brookbank, on 13 September 1846 at Almondbury Parish Church, Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire,
Both George Taylor and Ann Scott signed with X a mark so were illiterate.
Witnesses: James Garner & Richard Garner.


Residence:
in 1849 George Taylor lived at Armitage Bridge, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1851 George Taylor lived at Park Gate, Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1853 George Taylor lived at Berry Brow, Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1861 George Taylor lived at Armitage Bridge, Yorkshire.


Death:
George Taylor died between 1864 and 1871.

Occupation:
in 1846 George Taylor was a Cloth Dresser.

Occupation:
in 1851 George Taylor was a Dresser.

Occupation:
in 1853 George Taylor was a Presser.

Occupation:
in 1861 George Taylor was a Cloth Dresser.

Occupation:
on 24 January 1874 George Taylor was a Cloth Dresser.

Children of George Taylor and Ann Scott

Sarah Monseair

ID# 4069, b. December 1824, d. 3 March 1897
Sarah Monseair was also recorded as Sarah Monsieur.

Note:

In 1871 aged 42 lived with William Monseair (32) her brother, unmarried and Joseph Dearnley (20) Boarder.
In 1881 lived on her own.
Died not long before 1898. Never married.
Seems to have left her property jointly to William Monseair and Joseph Dearnley according to 1898 deed. Is there a will?


Birth:
Sarah Monseair was born in December 1824 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Sarah Monseair was the daughter of John Monseair and Rebecca Field.

Baptism:
Sarah Monseair was baptised on 26 December 1824 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Sarah d. of John & Rebeckah Monsieur, labourer.


Residence:
in 1851 Sarah Monseair lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire,
with her parents.


Residence:
in 1881 Sarah Monseair lived at Humley, Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Death:
Sarah Monseair died on 3 March 1897 at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire, at age 72 years and 3 months
Crigglestone Cemetery M.I.
Sarah Monseair of Newmillerdam who departed this life March 3rd 1897 aged 73 years.

Sarah Monseair appeared in the 1851 census at
Newmillerdam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

MONSEAIR, John Head Mar 57 Shop Keeper Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Rebecca Wife Mar 57 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Sarah Dau Unm 24 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, John Son Unm 20 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Charles Son Unm 18 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Mary Dau Unm 16 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, William Son Unm 12 Scholar Woolley, Yorkshire

Address: Newmillerdam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Ecclesiastical District: Chapelthorp Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: HO107 Piece number: 2326 Folio: 190 Page: 8.



Sarah Monseair appeared in the 1871 census at
Humley Hill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1871:-

MONSEAIR, Sarah Head Unm 42 Annuitant Wooley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, William Brother Mar 32 Colliery Engine Tenter Wooley, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Joseph Boarder Unm 20 Forge Labourer Crigglestone, Yorkshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 4615 Folio: 6 Page: 5
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal
Enumeration District: 1 Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: Humley Hill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.



Occupation:
in 1881 Sarah Monseair was a Grocer.

Rebecca Field

ID# 4070, b. 1794, d. 1 June 1864
From 17 August 1815, her married name was Monseair.

Note:

Was literate as she signed her name in 1815 when marrying John Monsieur.


Birth:
Rebecca Field was born in 1794 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1815 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Rebecca Field married John Monseair, son of John Monsieur and Rebecca Stringer, on 17 August 1815 at Wooley, Yorkshire,
Witnesses: John Moody & Mary Moseire.


Residence:
in 1816 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1817 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1819 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1821 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1828 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1830 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1832 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1835 Rebecca Field lived at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1841 Rebecca Field lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1851 Rebecca Field lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1861 Rebecca Field lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Burial:
Rebecca Field was buried in 1864 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


Death:
Rebecca Field died on 1 June 1864 at Wakefield, Yorkshire, at age 70 years.

Rebecca Field appeared in the 1841 census at
New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
MONSIER, John 45 Ag Lab Yorkshire
MONSIER, Rebecca 45 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, George 20 Ag Lab Yorkshire
MONSIER, Harriot 15 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, Rebecca 10 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, John 10 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, Charles 9 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, Mary 6 - Yorkshire
MONSIER, William 3 - Yorkshire

Address: New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Parish: Sandal Magna Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: HO107 Piece number: 1270
Book number: 2 Folio number: 24 Page number: 5.



Rebecca Field appeared in the 1851 census at
Newmillerdam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

MONSEAIR, John Head Mar 57 Shop Keeper Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Rebecca Wife Mar 57 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Sarah Dau Unm 24 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, John Son Unm 20 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Charles Son Unm 18 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Mary Dau Unm 16 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, William Son Unm 12 Scholar Woolley, Yorkshire

Address: Newmillerdam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Ecclesiastical District: Chapelthorp Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: HO107 Piece number: 2326 Folio: 190 Page: 8.



Rebecca Field appeared in the 1861 census at
New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

MONSEAIR, John Head Mar 67 Coal Dealer & Grocer Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, Rebecca Wife Mar 67 - Woolley, Yorkshire
MONSEAIR, William Son Unm 22 Carter Woolley, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Joseph Grandson - 10 Scholar Sandal, Yorkshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3418 Folio: 7 Page: 8
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: 2 Sandal
Enumeration District: 1 Ecclesiastical Parish: Chapelthorpe
Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West Riding.)


Children of Rebecca Field and John Monseair