Charles Monseair

ID# 4091, b. 25 August 1832, d. 7 April 1853
Charles Monseair was also recorded as Charles Monsieur.
He was also recorded as Charles Monsier.
Birth:
Charles Monseair was born on 25 August 1832 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


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

Baptism:
Charles Monseair was baptised on 23 December 1832 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Charles s. of John & Rebecca Monsieur, labourer.


Residence:
in 1853 Charles Monseair lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Death:
Charles Monseair died on 7 April 1853 at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire, at age 20 years, 7 months and 13 days.


Burial:
Charles Monseair was buried on 10 April 1853 at Wooley, Yorkshire.

Charles 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.



Charles 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.


Mary Monseair

ID# 4092, b. 19 May 1835
Mary Monseair was also recorded as Mary Monsier.
Birth:
Mary Monseair was born on 19 May 1835 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


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

Baptism:
Mary Monseair was baptised on 29 June 1835 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Mary d. of John & Rebecca Monsieur, labourer.

Mary 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.



Mary 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.


John Dearnley

ID# 4093, b. March 1749, d. June 1816
John Dearnley was also recorded as John Jun Dearnley.
He was also recorded as John Dearningley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

John was called junior when his second wife Asenath died in 1797 - that suggests that there was another older John Dearnley living in the parish (his father).


Birth:
John Dearnley was born in March 1749 at Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


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

Baptism:
John Dearnley was baptised on 7 April 1749 at Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
'John son of John Dearnley of Criggleston Carpenter.'


Marriage:
John Dearnley married Unknown (?) about 1771.



Residence:
in 1772 John Dearnley lived at Westside, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1774 John Dearnley lived at Chapelthorpe, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1776 John Dearnley lived at West Side, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1780 John Dearnley lived at Chapelthorpe, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1781 John Dearnley lived at Chapelthorpe, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
John Dearnley married Asenath Biltcliffe, daughter of John Biltcliffe and Asenath (?), on 4 May 1786 at Silkstone Parish, Yorkshire,
John Dearnley Carpenter of this Parish and Asenath Biltcliffe of this Parish married in this church by Banns this fourth day of May in the year one thousand seven hundred and eighty six by me Jno Goodaire Curate. This marriage was solemnised between us: John Dearnley & Asenath Bilcliffe in the presence of: John Biltcliffe & William Gothard.

John Dearnley's signature is identical to the one in the marriage to Maria Wright in 1798.


Residence:
between 1787 and 1794 John Dearnley lived at Hall Green, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1797 John Dearnley lived at Chapelthorpe, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
John Dearnley married Maria Wright on 12 November 1798 at Sandal Magna Parish Church, Great Sandal, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
No. 298. John Dearnley & Maria Wright both of this Parish married in this church by banns this twelfth day of November in the year one thousand eight hundred and ninety-eight by me, W Brown. This marriage was solemnised between us John Dearnley & Maria Wright in the presence of John Sowden/Souden & Mark Anthony Robinson.

Signature of John Dearnley looks identical to the one on the marriage to Asenath Biltcliffe in 1786.


Residence:
in 1800 John Dearnley lived at Chapelthorpe, Yorkshire,
1800 Crigglestone Enclosure Book
Proprietor: Richard Heaton. Tenant: John Dearnley. No: 228. Description: Messuage & Garden. Area: 35p. Value: 6s 7d.
Proprietor: Richard Heaton. Tenant: John Dearnley. No: 229. Description: Croft. Area: 1a 10p. Value: £1 5s 5d.
Proprietor: Richard Heaton. Tenant: John Dearnley. No: 59. Description: In Chapelthorpe. Area: 16p. Value: 1s 8d.


Residence:
between 1807 and 1815 John Dearnley lived at Almshouse Lane, Wood Moor, Yorkshire.


Death:
John Dearnley died in June 1816 at Woodmoor, Yorkshire, at age 67 years and 3 months.


Burial:
John Dearnley was buried on 16 June 1816 at Sandal Magna Parish, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire.

Occupation:
John Dearnley was a Carpenter.

Occupation:
between 1774 and 1841 John Dearnley was a Carpenter.

Children of John Dearnley and Unknown (?)

Joseph Crabtree

ID# 4094, b. about 1773
Birth:
Joseph Crabtree was born about 1773.

Occupation:
on 27 November 1841 Joseph Crabtree was a Woodman.

Child of Joseph Crabtree

Eliza Dearnley

ID# 4095, b. July 1809
Eliza Dearnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 24 July 1843, her married name was Ramsbottom.

Note:

Deaf & dumb from birth.
Illiterate.


Birth:
Eliza Dearnley was born in July 1809 at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


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

Baptism:
Eliza Dearnley was baptised on 23 July 1809 at Sandal Magna Parish, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Elizabeth daughter of Joseph Dearnley of Woodmoor, weaver & Hannah his wife.


Residence:
in 1843 Eliza Dearnley lived at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Eliza Dearnley married George Ramsbottom, son of Ebenezer Ramsbottom and Mary (?), on 24 July 1843 at Sandal Magna Parish Church, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
George Ramsbottom full age Widower, Labourer res: Newmillerdam fa: Ebenezer Ramsbottom, Clock-maker
Eliza Dearnley full age Spinster, --- res: Woodmoor fa: Joseph Dearnley, Gardener
Both made their mark
Witnesses: William Dearnley & Thos Schorey(?)
Sandal Magna Parish Church, Yorkshire

Banns
George Ramsbottom & Eliza Dearnley of Newmillerdam,
both of this parish 2nd July, 9th July, 16th July 1843.

Eliza 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.



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

RAMSBOTTOM, George Head Mar 46 Ag Lab Crigglestone, Yorkshire
RAMSBOTTOM, Eliza Wife Mar 41 - Crigglestone, Yorkshire Deaf & Dumb
RAMSBOTTOM, Thomas Son Unm 16 Foot Man Crigglestone, Yorkshire

Address: New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration district: Wakefield Ecclesiastical District: Chapelthorpe
Archive reference: HO107 Piece number: 2326 Folio: 195 Page: 18.


George Monsier

ID# 4096, b. December 1817, d. 20 September 1854
George Monsier was also recorded as George Monsieur.
Birth:
George Monsier was born in December 1817 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


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

Baptism:
George Monsier was baptised on 25 December 1817 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: George s. of John & Rebekah Monsieur, husbandman.


Residence:
in 1854 George Monsier lived at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire.


Death:
George Monsier died on 20 September 1854 at Newmillerdam, Yorkshire, at age 36 years and 9 months.


Burial:
George Monsier was buried on 22 September 1854 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire.

George Monsier 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 Monsier

ID# 4097, b. May 1828
Rebecca Monsier was also recorded as Rebekah Monsheer.
Birth:
Rebecca Monsier was born in May 1828 at Wooley, Yorkshire.


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

Baptism:
Rebecca Monsier was baptised on 11 May 1828 at Woolley Parish Church, Woolley, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Rebekah d. of John & Rebekah Monsheer, labourer.


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

Rebecca Monsier 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.


Hannah Dearnley

ID# 4098, b. March 1813, d. about 1865
Hannah Dearnley was also recorded as Hannah Dearling.
She was also recorded as Fanny.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 26 November 1832, her married name was Birkinshaw.
Birth:
Hannah Dearnley was born in March 1813 at Woodmoor, Yorkshire.


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

Baptism:
Hannah Dearnley was baptised on 11 April 1813 at Sandal Magna Parish, Sandal Magna, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as: Hannah daughter of Joseph & Hannah Dearnley of Woodmoor, Gardener by W. Brown, Vicar.


Marriage:
Hannah Dearnley married Francis Birkinshaw on 26 November 1832 at St John the Baptist, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
'Francis Birkinshaw of this Parish and Hannah Dearling of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns...'


Death:
Hannah Dearnley died about 1865.

Hannah Dearnley 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.



Hannah Dearnley appeared in the 1841 census at
Milnthorpe, Sandal, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
RAYNER, Wm 60 Clothier Yorkshire
RAYNER, John 35 Clothier Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Hannah 30 F.S. Yorkshire

Piece: 1270 Book/Folio: 3/26 Page: 4
Registration District: Wakefield Civil Parish: Sandal, Magna
Address: Millthorpe, Sandal, Magna County: Yorkshire.



Hannah Dearnley appeared in the 1851 census at
Staincross, Darton, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

BIRKINSHAW, Francis Head Mar 38 Nail Maker Darton, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Fanny Wife Mar 37 - Crigglestone, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Ann Dau Unm 17 Nail Maker Darton, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, John Son - 13 Nail Maker Darton, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Joseph Son - 11 - Darton, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Moses Son - 8 - Darton, Yorkshire
BIRKINSHAW, Maria Dau - 7 - Darton, Yorkshire

Address: Staincross, Darton, Yorkshire
Civil Parish: Darton Ecclesiastical parish: Monk Bretton
Registration district: Barnsley Sub-registration district: Darton
ED: 6a Household schedule number: 107
Piece: 2332 Folio: 100 Page Number: 28.



Hannah Dearnley 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.


Children of Hannah Dearnley and Francis Birkinshaw

Clara Dearnley

ID# 4099, b. about August 1861, d. about February 1906
From about 1882, her married name was Robinson.
From 17 August 1884, her married name was Burton.
Birth:
Clara Dearnley was born about August 1861 at New Miller Dam, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.


Clara Dearnley was the daughter of Charles Dearnley and Sarah Milner.

Residence:
in 1871 Clara Dearnley lived at Slack, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Clara Dearnley married (?) Robinson about 1882
This marriage is a mystery. Clara is clearly shown as Clara Robinson widow at her 1884 marriage and single in 1881.
Nothing close to this marriage has yet been found.


Marriage:
Clara Dearnley married Tom Burton, son of Joseph Burton, on 17 August 1884 at All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
Tom Burton 26 Bachelor, Mechanic res: Westgate fa: Joseph Burton, Cooper
Clara Robinson 24 Widow, --- res: Wood Street fa: Charles Dearnley, Gardener
Both signed
Witnesses: George Scott & Alice Dearnley.


Death:
Clara Dearnley died about February 1906 at Wakefield R.D., Yorkshire,
Indexed as Clara Burton, aged 45.

Clara Dearnley appeared in the 1871 census at
Slack, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1871:-

DEARNLEY, Charles Head Mar 55 Gardener Crigglestone, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Sarah Wife Mar 44 - Royston, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Mary Daughter - 13 Scholar Crigg, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Clara Daughter - 9 Scholar Crigg, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Alice Daughter - 7 Scholar Crigg, Yorkshire
MILNER, Hannah Mo-in-law - 75 - Bagueley, Yorkshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 4615 Folio: 19 Page: 31
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal Enumeration District: 1
Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: Slack, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.



Clara Dearnley appeared in the 1881 census at
Bond Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

SCOTT, Harriet Head Unm 44 Property Owner (Houses) Wakefield, Yorkshire
HUMPHREY, Ann Ser Unm 29 Cook Weston, Shropshire
DEARNLEY, Clara Ser Unm 20 Housemaid New Miller Dam, Yorkshire

Address: Bond St, Wakefield, Yorkshire
Family History Library Film: 1342104 Public Records Office Reference: RG11
Piece / Folio: 4576 / 21 Page Number: 35.



Clara Dearnley appeared in the 1891 census at
47 Queen Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
On 5 April 1891:-

BURTON, Tom Head Mar 33 Iron Planer Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Clara Wife Mar 29 - Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Mabel Dau - 5 Scholar Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Arthur Son - 2 - Wakefield, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Alice Sis-in-law Sngl 27 Nurse Wakefield, Yorkshire

RG number: RG12 Piece: 3749 Folio: 65 Page: 12
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Wakefield
Enumeration District: 11 Ecclesiastical Parish: All Saints
Civil Parish: Wakefield Municipal Borough: Wakefield
Address: 47, Queen Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Clara Dearnley appeared in the 1901 census at
Queen Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
On 31 March 1901:-

BURTON, Tom Head Mar 43 Iron Planer Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Clara Wife Mar 39 - Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Mabel Dau Sngl 15 - Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Arthur Son - 12 - Wakefield, Yorkshire

Address: Queen Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Parish: Wakefield Municipal ward: Kirkgate Registration district: Wakefield
Archive reference: RG13 Piece number: 4285 Folio: 64 Page: 13.


Children of Clara Dearnley and Tom Burton

Alice Dearnley

ID# 4100, b. about February 1864
From 1 June 1895, her married name was Wilson.
Birth:
Alice Dearnley was born about February 1864 at Crigglestone, Yorkshire,
Newmillerdam
Wakefield vol.9c p.13 1864 Mar Births.


Alice Dearnley was the daughter of Charles Dearnley and Sarah Milner.

Residence:
in 1871 Alice Dearnley lived at Slack, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Alice Dearnley married George William Wilson, son of George William Wilson, on 1 June 1895 at All Saints, Wakefield, Yorkshire,
George William Wilson 23 Bachelor, Clerk res: Kirkgate(?) fa: George William Wilson, Traveller
Alice Dearnley 24 Spinster, --- res: Northgate fa: Charles Dearnley, Farmer
Both signed
Witnesses: Tom Burton, Fawrny(?) Wilson & Mary Wool???

Alice Dearnley appeared in the 1871 census at
Slack, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1871:-

DEARNLEY, Charles Head Mar 55 Gardener Crigglestone, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Sarah Wife Mar 44 - Royston, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Mary Daughter - 13 Scholar Crigg, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Clara Daughter - 9 Scholar Crigg, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Alice Daughter - 7 Scholar Crigg, Yorkshire
MILNER, Hannah Mo-in-law - 75 - Bagueley, Yorkshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 4615 Folio: 19 Page: 31
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Sandal Enumeration District: 1
Civil Parish: Crigglestone
Address: Slack, Crigglestone, Yorkshire.



Alice Dearnley appeared in the 1881 census at
Notton, Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

HAIGH, Micheal Head Mar 65 Farmer Of 5 1/2 Acres Notton, Yorkshire
HAIGH, Sarah Wife Mar 55 - Notton, Yorkshire see Sarah Milner
DEARNLEY, Alice Dau Unm 18 General Ser Newmillerdam, Yorkshire

Address: Notton, Notton, Yorkshire
Family History Library Film: 1342110 Public Records Office Reference: RG11
Piece / Folio: 4599 / 40 Page Number: 1.



Alice Dearnley appeared in the 1891 census at
47 Queen Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire.
On 5 April 1891:-

BURTON, Tom Head Mar 33 Iron Planer Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Clara Wife Mar 29 - Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Mabel Dau - 5 Scholar Wakefield, Yorkshire
BURTON, Arthur Son - 2 - Wakefield, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Alice Sis-in-law Sngl 27 Nurse Wakefield, Yorkshire

RG number: RG12 Piece: 3749 Folio: 65 Page: 12
Registration District: Wakefield Sub District: Wakefield
Enumeration District: 11 Ecclesiastical Parish: All Saints
Civil Parish: Wakefield Municipal Borough: Wakefield
Address: 47, Queen Street, Wakefield, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Alice Dearnley appeared in the 1901 census at
95 Church Lane, Village, Normanton, Yorkshire.
On 31 March 1901:-

WILSON, George W Head Mar 28 Post Office Sorting Clerk Wakefield, Yorkshire
WILSON, Alice Wife Mar 37 - Crigglestone, Yorkshire
WILSON, George D Son - 5 - Sandal, Yorkshire
WILSON, Florence L Dau - 2 - Hornsey, Middlesex

Piece: 4280 Folio: 112 Page: 56
Registration District: Wakefield Civil Parish: Normanton
Address: 95, Church Lane, Normanton, Village, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Alice Dearnley appeared in the 1911 census at
54 Walsingham Road, Seacombe, Wallasey, Cheshire.
On 2 April 1911:-

WILSON, George William Head Mar 38 Civil Service Post Office Yorkshire, Wakefield
WILSON, Alice Wife Mar 15 yrs 47 - Yorkshire, Newmillerdam
WILSON, George Dearnley Son Sngl 15 School Yorkshire, Sandal Magna
WILSON, Florence Louise Dau - 12 School Middlesex, Hornsey
WILSON, Charles Cecil Son - 9 School Yorkshire, Normanton
WILSON, Arthur Son - 6 School Cheshire, Seacombe

RG number: RG14 Piece: 22088 Reference: RG14PN22088 RG78PN1310B RD452 SD3 ED36 SN93
Registration District: Birkenhead Sub District: Wallasey
Enumeration District: 36 Parish: Poulton cum Seacombe
Address: 54 Walsingham Road, Seacombe, Wallasey, Cheshire.


Children of Alice Dearnley and George William Wilson