Elizabeth Hudson

ID# 4081, b. 1822, d. between 1882 and 1891
Elizabeth Hudson was also recorded as Elizabeth Hodgson.
From about 1843, her married name was Shires.
From 5 December 1853, her married name was Dearnley.
From 6 February 1875, her married name was Booth.
Birth:
Elizabeth Hudson was born in 1822 at Alverthorpe, Yorkshire.


Elizabeth Hudson was the daughter of John Hudson.

Marriage:
Elizabeth Hudson married (?) Shires about 1843.


Marriage:
Elizabeth Hudson married Francis Dearnley, son of Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Sharp, 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.


Residence:
on 5 December 1853 Elizabeth Hudson lived at Thornes, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Elizabeth Hudson married Vincent Booth on 6 February 1875 at St. Peter's Church, Birstall, Dewsbury R.D., Yorkshire,
Vincent Booth 43 Widower, Miner res: Birstal fa: John Booth, Farmer
Elizabeth Dearnley 48 Widow res: Birstal fa: John Hodgson, Miner
Vincent signed & Elizabeth made her mark
Witnesses: Robert Leeming (his mark) & Joseph Guest(?)


Death:
Elizabeth Hudson died between 1882 and 1891.

Elizabeth Hudson 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.)



Elizabeth Hudson 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.



Elizabeth Hudson appeared in the 1881 census at
Upper B Lane, Batley, Dewsbury R.D., Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

BOOTH, Vincent Head Mar 49 Underviewer in C Mine Holmfirth, Yorkshire
BOOTH, Elizabeth Wife Mar 51 - Wakefield, Yorkshire

RG number: RG11 Piece: 4548 Folio: 70 Page: 24
Registration District: Dewsbury Sub District: Batley Civil Parish: Batley
Address: Upper B Lane, Batley, Yorkshire (West riding.)


Joseph Dearnley

ID# 4082, b. November 1772, d. 21 August 1853
Joseph Dearnley was also recorded as Joseph Dearningley.
He was also recorded as Joseph Darnley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

When he died in 1853 his will was worth £200.
This equates to around £13,500 at 2005 values.
His wife looks like she was already dead in 1841 as she is not shown on the census.
Was literate as he signed on his marriage to Hannah Sharp in 1801.
Electoral Registers at WYASHQ: 1840 Joseph Dearningley lived in Wood Moor and owned freehold houses in Dirtcar. 1853 exactly the same

Wakefield Manor Court Rolls:
Court 4th Dec. 1840 Item 38
Enrolment of Will of John Sharpe, leaves all furniture, money and personal effects to his wife Nanny. Land to go to his daughter, Hannah. Will dated 13th Dec. 1825 proved 15th April 1834 at york. Hannah died 3rd March 1834 leaving husband, Joseph Dearnley (Gardener) and son George Dearnley entiltled to land for life.
Court 4th Dec. 1840 Item 39
John Sharpe late of Dirtcar by his will (13-12-1825) left all land etc. to dau. Hannah Dearnley (wife of Joseph Dearnley of New Miller Dam). Hannah died 3rd March 1834 . Heir is George Dearnley, stone mason of New Miller Dam who is now admitted tenant.
Court 15th Jan 1841
George Dearnley surrendered his reversionary interest in the property to the use of his father, Joseph 18th Dec 1840. Item 90.


Birth:
Joseph Dearnley was born in November 1772 at West Side, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


Joseph Dearnley was the son of John Dearnley and Unknown (?)

Baptism:
Joseph Dearnley was baptised on 2 December 1772 at Sandal Magna Parish, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Joseph son of John Dearningley, of West Side.



Note:
between 1799 and 1804 at Chapelthorpe, Yorkshire,
Land Tax Assesments, Crigglestone Township
1781-1787
Rev. T. Beaumont. John Dearnley 8s
Rev. J. Lonsdale. Late Roberts 4s

1800 Crigglestone Enclosure Book
Proprietor: Rev. J. Beaumont. Tenant: Joseph Dearnley. No: 440. Description : The Ing. Area: 1a 2r 4p. Value: £1 13s 4d.
Proprietor: Rev. J. Beaumont. Tenant: Joseph Dearnley. No: 441. Description : The Ing. Area: 1a 1r 24p. Value: £1 7s 4d.
Proprietor: Rev. J. Beaumont. Tenant: Joseph Dearnley. No: 448a. Description : 3 buildings. Area: 9p. Value: 1s 9d.
Proprietor: Rev. J. Beaumont. Tenant: Joseph Dearnley. No: 529. Description : Genuel Head. Area: 3r 10p. Value: 12s 3d.
Proprietor: Rev. J. Beaumont. Tenant: Joseph Dearnley. Description : Part of a road from Hall Green to Crigglestone. Area: 30p. Value: 2s 1d.


Residence:
in August 1801 Joseph Dearnley lived at St. John the Baptist, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Banns of Marriage published Aug 5, 12. No. 293
John Dearnley (clearly wrong - see signature) and Hannah Sharp of the same were married in this Church by banns this nineteenth day of October in the year One Thousand Eight Hundred and One by me R Murdock DD Minister. Signed Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Sharpe in the presence of Samual Walker and Israel/Sarah Clarkson.


Marriage:
Joseph Dearnley married Hannah Sharp, daughter of John Sharpe and Nanny (?), on 19 October 1801 at St. John the Baptist, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Parish Records transcription shows this as 'John Dearnley' marrying 'Hannah Sharp'.
Witnesses: Samuel Walker & Israel Jackson (clerk).


Residence:
between 1809 and 1853 Joseph Dearnley lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.



Note:
in 1838
UKBMDSearch has the following birth references:

DEARNLEY, (boy) Son Of Joseph; Mother's maiden name: KENWORTHY; Yr: 1838; District: Sandal; Registered: Wakefield
also found as:
KENWORTHY, (boy) Son Of Joseph; Mother's maiden name: (NONE); Yr: 1838; District: Sandal; Registered: Wakefield

This suggests to me that an infant who probably did not survive was probably born to an 'Unknown' Kenworthy with a Joseph Dearnley as the putative father.
We currently only have this Joseph D from Sandal as a candidate.
-MED.


Residence:
on 27 November 1841 Joseph Dearnley lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Joseph Dearnley married Ann Crabtree, daughter of Joseph Crabtree, on 27 November 1841 at Zion Congregational Chapel, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Joseph Dearnley full age Widower, Gardener Res: New Miller Dam in Crigglestone Fa: John Dearnley, Carpenter
Ann Crabtree full age Spinster, Domestic Servant Res: Porto Bello in Wakefield. Fa: Joseph Crabtree, Woodman
Both signed
Witnesses: James Wigglesworth (his mark) and Joseph Ripley.


Will:
Joseph Dearnley left a will on 26 August 1851 at New Miller Dam, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.
Will of Joseph Dearnley of New Miller Dam, 1851

This is the last will and Testament of me Joseph Dearnley of New Miller Dam in the parish of Sandal Magna in the county of York, Gardner. I give and bequest unto my wife Ann Dearnley a Bed and Bedding and all such other furniture effects and money as at the time of her Marriage with me she was possessed of to and for her own use and benefit and subject thereto I give and devise and bequeath all my real and personal Estate whatsoever and wheresoever and of what nature tenure or kindsoever unto my Son in Law James Wigglesworth his heirs Executors Administrators and assigns Upon Trust to Sell and absolutely dispose of deliver and convey the whole of my real and personal Estates to any person or persons willing to purchase the same………..equally amongst my said wife and my children share and share alike.
And I appoint the said James Wigglesworth Executor this my will As Witness my hand this Twenty sixth day of August one thousand eight hundred and fifty one.

I do hereby certify that on the 22nd Day of November in the year of Our lord 1853 - James Wigglesworth of Wakefield in the County of York, Builder, the son-in-law, the executor named in this last will and testament of Joseph Dearnley late of Newmillerdam in the Parish of Sandal Magna in the Province of York, Gardener deceased was sworn well and truly to execute and perform the same, and that the whole of the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased within the Province of York do not amount in value to the sum of Two Hundred Pounds.

Died 21st August 1853.
Sworn Under £200 Prerogative.
Witness my hand Samuel Sharp, Surrogate.
Passed 10th December 1853 under £200.

transcribed by Martin Dearnley.


Residence:
on 26 August 1851 Joseph Dearnley lived at Newmillerdam, Sandal, Yorkshire.


Death:
Joseph Dearnley died on 21 August 1853 at Woodmoor, Crigglestone, Yorkshire, at age 80 years and 9 months.


Burial:
Joseph Dearnley was buried on 23 August 1853 at Sandal Magna Parish, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.


Probate:
his estate was probated on 22 November 1853.

Occupation:
between 1802 and 1809 Joseph Dearnley was a Weaver.

Occupation:
between 1809 and 1851 Joseph Dearnley was a Gardener.

Occupation:
in 1811 Joseph Dearnley was a Labourer.

Joseph 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.



Joseph 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
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 Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Sharp

John Hudson

ID# 4083, b. about 1794
John Hudson was also recorded as John Hodgson.
Birth:
John Hudson was born about 1794.

Occupation:
John Hudson was a Miner - recorded at daughter Elizabeth's 1853 marriage.

Child of John Hudson

Ann Crabtree

ID# 4084, b. April 1801, d. after April 1851
From 27 November 1841, her married name was Dearnley.

Note:

She was the second (or more) wife of Joseph Dearnley.
Joseph , Ann, George & Michael are all living together in the 1851 census in Newmillerdam. The Burkinshaw girl is likely to be Joseph's grand-daughter rather than Ann's.
She had not been married before when she married Joseph Dearnley.


Birth:
Ann Crabtree was born in April 1801 at Halifax, Yorkshire.


Ann Crabtree was the daughter of Joseph Crabtree.

Baptism:
Ann Crabtree was baptised on 31 May 1801 at Halifax, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Ann Crabtree married Joseph Dearnley, son of John Dearnley and Unknown (?), on 27 November 1841 at Zion Congregational Chapel, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Joseph Dearnley full age Widower, Gardener Res: New Miller Dam in Crigglestone Fa: John Dearnley, Carpenter
Ann Crabtree full age Spinster, Domestic Servant Res: Porto Bello in Wakefield. Fa: Joseph Crabtree, Woodman
Both signed
Witnesses: James Wigglesworth (his mark) and Joseph Ripley.


Residence:
on 27 November 1841 Ann Crabtree lived at Porto Bello, Wakefield, Yorkshire.


Death:
Ann Crabtree died after April 1851.

Occupation:
Ann Crabtree was a Domestic Servant.

Ann Crabtree appeared in the 1841 census at
Porto Bello, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
SHAW, William 35 Railway Contractor Yorkshire
SHAW, Grace 35 - Yorkshire
SHAW, Fanny 11 - Yorkshire
SHAW, Mary 7 - Yorkshire
SHAW, Martha 4 - -
HALLILEY, Rachael 20 Governess Yorkshire
HAWSON, Margerat 20 F.S. Yorkshire
WILSON, Ann 15 F.S. Yorkshire
CRABTREE, Ann 40 F.S. Yorkshire
FOX, Sarah 35 F.S. Yorkshire

Address: Porto Bello, Wakefield, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration district: Wakefield Archive reference: HO107
Piece number: 1272 Book number: 2 Folio number: 18 Page number: 29.



Ann Crabtree 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
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.


Maria Dearnley

ID# 4085, b. October 1802
Maria Dearnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 20 February 1828, her married name was Wigglesworth.
Birth:
Maria Dearnley was born in October 1802 at Chapelthorpe, Yorkshire.


Maria Dearnley was the daughter of Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Sharp.

Baptism:
Maria Dearnley was baptised on 24 October 1802 at Sandal Magna Parish, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Maria daughter of Joseph Dearnley of Chapelthorpe, weaver & Hannah his wife.


Residence:
in 1828 Maria Dearnley lived at All Saints Parish, Wakefield, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Maria Dearnley married James Wigglesworth on 20 February 1828 at All Saints Parish, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Witnesses: George Lee & Ann Slater.
Illiterate.

James Wigglesworth

ID# 4086, b. about 1802, d. after 22 November 1853

Note:

Was the executor of the will of his father-in-law, Joseph Dearnley who died in 1853.
Was a witness at the second wedding of his father-in-law, Joseph Dearnley in 1841. he signed with a cross indicating he was illiterate.
He signed with a cross when he married Maria Dearnley.


Birth:
James Wigglesworth was born about 1802.


Residence:
in 1828 James Wigglesworth lived at All Saints Parish, Wakefield, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
James Wigglesworth married Maria Dearnley, daughter of Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Sharp, on 20 February 1828 at All Saints Parish, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Witnesses: George Lee & Ann Slater.
Illiterate.


Residence:
on 22 November 1853 James Wigglesworth lived at Wakefield, Yorkshire.


Death:
James Wigglesworth died after 22 November 1853.

Occupation:
on 22 November 1853 James Wigglesworth was a Builder.

Hannah Sharp

ID# 4087, b. June 1769, d. March 1834
From 19 October 1801, her married name was Dearnley.
Birth:
Hannah Sharp was born in June 1769 at West Side, Yorkshire.


Hannah Sharp was the daughter of John Sharpe and Nanny (?)

Baptism:
Hannah Sharp was baptised on 30 July 1769 at Sandal Magna Parish, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Hannah daughter of John Sharp of Westside.


Marriage:
Hannah Sharp married Joseph Dearnley, son of John Dearnley and Unknown (?), on 19 October 1801 at St. John the Baptist, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Parish Records transcription shows this as 'John Dearnley' marrying 'Hannah Sharp'.
Witnesses: Samuel Walker & Israel Jackson (clerk).


Residence:
in 1809 Hannah Sharp lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1811 Hannah Sharp lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1813 Hannah Sharp lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1815 Hannah Sharp lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1819 Hannah Sharp lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1822 Hannah Sharp lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1834 Hannah Sharp lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Death:
Hannah Sharp died in March 1834 at Woodmoor, Yorkshire, at age 64 years and 9 months
George Dearnley, her son, inherited land at Dirtcar from Hannah when she died.


Burial:
Hannah Sharp was buried on 5 March 1834 at Sandal Magna Parish, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.

Occupation:
in 1804 at Woodmoor, Yorkshire, Hannah Sharp was a.

Children of Hannah Sharp and Joseph Dearnley

Emma Burkinshaw

ID# 4088, b. 29 July 1835
Emma Burkinshaw was also recorded as Emma Burkinshaw.
She was also recorded as Emma Birkinshaw.
Birth:
Emma Burkinshaw was born on 29 July 1835 at Staincross, Yorkshire.


Emma Burkinshaw was the daughter of Francis Birkinshaw and Hannah Dearnley.

Baptism:
Emma Burkinshaw was baptised on 25 December 1836 at Darton, Yorkshire,
'Emma [daughter of] Francis & Hannah Burkinshaw'; abode: Staincross;     occupation: Nailmaker
Darton Parish Baptisms.

Emma Burkinshaw appeared in the 1841 census at
Staincross, Darton, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
BIRKINSHAW, Francis 25 Nail m Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Hannah 25 Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Ann 7 Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Emma 5 Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, John 3 Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Joseph 1 Yorkshire

Address: Staincross, Darton, Yorkshire
Civil Parish: Darton Hundred: Staincross County: Yorkshire
Registration district: Ecclesfield Sub-registration district: Cawthorne
Piece: 1323 Book: 6 Folio: 30 Page Number: 20.



Emma Burkinshaw 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
//
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.



Emma Burkinshaw appeared in the 1861 census at
Staincross, Darton, Yorkshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

BIRKINSHAW, Francis Head Mar 49 Nail Manufacturer Staincross, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Hannah Wife Mar 48 New Miller Dam, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Emma Dau Unm 26 Nail Maker Staincross, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Joseph Son Unm 21 Nail Maker Staincross, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Moses Son Unm 19 Nail Maker Staincross, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Maria Dau Unm 16 Staincross, Yorkshire

Address: Staincross, Darton, Yorkshire
Registration district: Barnsley Sub-registration district: Darton
ED: 4 Civil Parish: Darton County/Island: Yorkshire
Household schedule number: 162
Piece: 3442 Folio: 67 Page Number: 30.


John Dearnley

ID# 4089, b. 26 July 1846
Birth:
John Dearnley was born on 26 July 1846 at Soothill Lane, Soothill, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


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

Residence:
in 1851 John Dearnley lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.

John 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 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.



John 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.)


John Monseair

ID# 4090, b. 24 May 1830
Birth:
John Monseair was born on 24 May 1830 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


John Monseair was the son of John Monseair and Rebecca Field.

Baptism:
John Monseair was baptised on 13 June 1830 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: John s. of John & Rebecca Monsieur, labourer.

John 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.



John 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.