Lilian Dearnley

ID# 5491, b. about May 1922
Birth:
Lilian Dearnley was born about May 1922 at Haslingden, Lancashire, England.


Lilian Dearnley was the daughter of Walter Dearnley and Lily Willshire.

John Shepherd

ID# 5492, b. about 1911
Birth:
John Shepherd was born about 1911.


Marriage:
John Shepherd married Florence B Dearnley, daughter of Walter Dearnley and Lily Willshire, about August 1937 at Heywood, Lancashire, England.

Sarah Lowe

ID# 5493, b. 1818
From about November 1837, her married name was Wood.
From 1852, her married name was Porritt.
Birth:
Sarah Lowe was born in 1818 at Bugsworth, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Marriage:
Sarah Lowe married George Wood about November 1837 at High Peak, Derbyshire, England.


Marriage:
Sarah Lowe married Samuel Porritt, son of Obadiah Porritt and Mary Dearnaley, in 1852 at All Saints, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.

Sarah Lowe appeared in the 1861 census at
Bradshaw Barn, Chinley Head, Chinley Bugsworth And Brownside, Derbyshire, England.
On 7 April 1861:-

PORRITT, Samuel Head Mar 42 Farmer of 33 Acres Land Chinley in Parish of Glossop, Derby see Samuel Porritt
PORRITT, Sarah Wife Mar 42 - Bugsworth, Parish of Glossop, Derby
HAMOR, James Son Mar 27 Formerly Engineer Lancaster, Bolton see James Hamor
HAMOR, Maria Dau Mar 23 - Derby, Chinley
HAMOR, George Grandson - 1 - Derby, Chinley

RG number: RG09 Piece: 2548 Folio: 15 Page: 6
Registration District: Chapel-En-Le-Frith Sub District: 2 Chapel-En-Le-Frith
Enumeration District: 14 Civil Parish: Chinley Bugsworth And Brownside
Address: Bradshaw Barn, Chinley Head, Chinley Bugsworth and Brownside, Derbyshire.


Child of Sarah Lowe and George Wood

Ellen Cook

ID# 5494, b. 1780, d. about November 1858
Ellen Cook was also recorded as Ellen Cooke.
From 1 October 1818, her married name was Dearnaley.
Birth:
Ellen Cook was born in 1780 at Ashton-under-Lyne R.D., Lancashire, England.


Marriage:
Ellen Cook married Thomas Dearnaley, son of Samuel Dearnaley and Mary Newton, on 1 October 1818 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England,
both 'of the parish of Mottram'
witnesses: Grace Dearnaley & John Marsland.


Death:
Ellen Cook died about November 1858 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Ashton-under-Lyne R.D., Cheshire, England,
Indexed as Ellen Dearnaley, aged 79.

Ellen Cook appeared in the 1841 census at
Tintwistle Townhead, Tintwistle, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DEARNALEY, Thomas 54 Asst Overseer Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Ellen 60
PORRITT, Sarah 25
MOORHOUSE, John 9 Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 100 Book/Folio: 18/3 Page: 1
Registration District: Ashton & Oldham Sub District: Mottram
Civil Parish: Mottram In Longden Dale
Address: Tintwistle Townhead, Mottram In Longden Dale, Tintwistle County: Cheshire.



Ellen Cook appeared in the 1851 census at
Townhead, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNALEY, Thomas Head Mar 64 Parish Officer Tintwistle, Cheshire see Thomas Dearnaley
DEARNALEY, Ellen Wife Mar 69 Ashton, Lancashire
PORRITT, Sarah Niece Unm 38 House Servant Chidley, Derbyshire see Sarah Porritt

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2239 Folio: 279 Page: 1
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: Mottram
Enumeration District: 4C Ecclesiastical Parish: Tintwistle Church
Civil Parish: Tintwistle
Address: Townhead, Tintwistle, Lancashire.


George Dearnaley

ID# 5495, b. 27 January 1793, d. 7 August 1853
Birth:
George Dearnaley was born in January 1793 at Woodhead, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.


Baptism:
George Dearnaley was baptised on 27 January 1793 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England,
'George son of Saml Dearnaley of Woodhead'
Diocese of Chester parish baptisms.


George Dearnaley was the son of Samuel Dearnaley and Mary Newton.


Note:
about 1832
Following George's father's death in 1832, it would appear that the Dearnaley farm was split, with George's cousin John Bower taking over the tenancy of the main farmhouse and surrounding fields whilst George himself took over the tenancy of the rest of the farm, living with his sister in a smaller house to the east of the original farmhouse. (See Cheshire Tithe Maps 1836-1851.) The old farmhouse, said to date from 1640, became the George and Dragon Inn, with the tenancy passing from the above John Bower to his sister Elizabeth and then to his nephew Joseph Garside. The George and Dragon was demolished some time around 1960. -JAD

John Bower
Elizabeth (Bower) Garside
Joseph Garside
see Cheshire Tithe Maps
see picture of the George & Dragon (now demolished).


Residence:
in 1853 George Dearnaley lived at Bridgefield, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Death:
George Dearnaley died on 7 August 1853 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England, at age 60 years, 6 months and 11 days
M.I. transcript
"In memory of SAMUEL DEARNALEY of Woodhead who died 9 August 1832 aged 87 years.
Also MARY his wife who died 28 November 1825 aged 73 years. Also WILLIAM their
son and SARAH, MARTHA and JANE their daughters who died in their minority.
Also HANNAH their daughter who died April 30 1815 aged 35 years.
Also GEORGE their son who died August 7 1853 aged 60 years.
Also GRACE their daughter who died May 15 1862 aged 66 years.
Also SAMUEL their son who died September 10 1863 in the 86th year of his age."


Burial:
George Dearnaley was buried on 10 August 1853 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.


Probate:
his estate was probated on 25 January 1855 at Tintwistle, Cheshire, England,
Died intestate.
Admon issued to brother Thomas Dernaley:

(Will) of George Dearnley

1      Know all Men by these Presents, That we, Thomas Dernaley of
2      Tintwistle in the parish of Mottram in Longdendale
3      the County of Chester farmer Jacob Shaw of
4      Mottram in the parish of Mottram in Longdendale
5      aforesaid Publican and Mark Greaves
6      of Hollingworth in the said parish police constable
7      are holden and firmly bound unto the Right Reverend Father in God John
8      by Divine Permission, Lord Bishop of Chester, in the sum of Four Hundred
9      Pounds, of good and lawful Money of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland cur-
10      rent in that part of the said Kingdom called England to be paid unto the said Lord Bishop
11      his lawful Attorney, Executors, Administrators, or Assigns, to which payment well and truly
12      to be made we bind ourselves and every of us severally for and in the whole, our Heirs,
13      Executors, and Administrators, and the Heirs, Executors, and Administrators, of every of us
14      firmly by these Presents, Sealed with our Seals, and dated the twenty fifth
15      day of January in the nineteenth Year of the Reign of
16      Our Sovereign Lady Victoria by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of
17      Great Britain and Ireland Queen Defender of the Faith, and in the Year of Our Lord God
18      One Thousand Eight hundred and fifty five
19      The condition of the Obligation is such, That if the above bounden Thomas Dearnaley
20      the lawful Brother and
21      Administrator of all and singular the goods, chattels and credits of
22      George Dearnaley late of Bridgefield in the
23      parish of Glossop in the County of Derby farmer
24      a Bachelor deceased [his late Brother] (crossed through) without
25      parent living at his death
26      do make, or cause to be made, a true and perfect inventory of all and singular, the goods, chattels, and credits
27      of the said deceased, which have or shall come to the hands, posssession or knowledge of him the said
28      Thomas Dearnaley or into the hands and possession of any other person or persons for him
29      and the same so made, do exhibit, or cause to be exhibited into the Registry of the Consistency
30      Court of Chester aforesaid at or before the twenty fifth day of July next ensuing
31      And the same goods, chattels, and credits, and all other the goods, chattels and credits of the said deceased, at
32      the time of his death, which at any time after, shall come to the hands or possession of the said
33      Thomas Dearnaley or into the hands and
34      possession or any other person or persons for him do well and truly administer according to law, and
35      further do make, or cause to be made, a true and just account of his said administration, at or before the
36      twenty fifth day of January which shall be in the year of our Lord: one
37      thousand eight hundred and fifty six and all the rest and residue of the same goods,
38      chattels, and credits, which shall be found remaining upon the said administrators account, the
39      same being first examined and allowed of by the judge or judges for the time being of the said court, shall deliver
40      and pay unto such person or persons respectively, as the said judge or judges, by his or their decree, or sentence
41     pursuant to the true intent and meaning of an Act of Parliament, made in the two-and-twentieth and three-and
42      twentieth years of the Reign of His late Majesty king Charles the Second entitled, An act for the better settling
43      Intestates estates, shall limit and appoint. And if it shall hereafter appear that any last will and testament was made by the said deceased, and the executor or executors therein named do exhibit the same into the said court,
45      making request to have it allowed and approved accordingly, if the said
46      Thomas Dearnaley above bounden, being thereunto required, do render and deliver the said letters
47      of administration (approbation of such testament being first had and made in the said court) then this obligation
48      to be void and of none effect, or else to remain in full force and virtue
49      Thos Dearnaley (signed)
50      Sealed and Delivered
51      in the Presence of
52      W. Henry Jones M.A. surrogate
53      Jacob Shaw (signed)
Mark Greaves (signed)

2nd page
54      The twenty fifth day of January 1855 Thomas
55      Dearnaley within named took the usual oath
56      of an Administrator in ?? form and
57     also made oath that the personal estate
58      and effects of the Intestate within the
59      Diocese of Chester were under the value of
60      Two Hundred pounds (£200) before
61      me W.Henry Jones M.A.
62      Surrogate
63      the Intestate died the
64      seventh day of August 1853
65      Admon issued
66      Dated 30th January 1855

transcribed by Marie Ball.

Occupation:
George Dearnaley was a Farmer.

George Dearnaley appeared in the 1841 census at
Woodhead, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
folio 5
John Moorhouse & family
//
DEARNALY, George 45 Farmer Cheshire
DEARNALY, Grace 40 Cheshire see Grace Dearnaley
NEWTON, James 20 M S Cheshire
//
John Newton & family
//
BOWER, John 55 Farmer Cheshire see John Bower
GARSIDE, Elizabeth 55 Cheshire see Elizabeth Bower
GARSIDE, William 25 Warehouseman Cheshire
GARSIDE, Joseph 20 Shepherd Cheshire
GARSIDE, Thomas 18
GARSIDE, Elizabeth 18
GARSIDE, Ann 15
//
John Albinson(?) & family
folio 6
Albinson(?) & family
//
Thomas Garside & family
//
John Marsden & family
//
BOWER, William 55 Farmer Cheshire see William Bower
BOWER, Amelia 36 Cheshire see Amelia (?)
BOWER, Elizabeth 10 Cheshire
BOWER, William 4 Cheshire
BOWER, Sarah 5 mo Cheshire

Address: Woodhead, Mottram In Longden Dale, Tintwistle County: Cheshire
RG number: HO107 Piece: 100 Book/Folio: 15/5 Page: 5
Registration District: Ashton & Oldham Civil Parish: Mottram In Longden Dale.



George Dearnaley appeared in the 1851 census at
Woodhead, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNALEY, George Head Unm 58 Farmer of 20 acres Tintwistle, Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Grace Sister Unm 54 Farmer's sister Tintwistle, Cheshire

Address: Woodhead, Tintwistle
H.O. 107 / 2239 p.17
Ashton-Under-Lyne, Mottram (transcription only.)


Grace Dearnaley

ID# 5496, b. 28 April 1796, d. 15 May 1862
Grace Dearnaley was also recorded as Grace Dearsly.
Birth:
Grace Dearnaley was born about April 1796 at Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.


Baptism:
Grace Dearnaley was baptised on 28 April 1796 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.


Grace Dearnaley was the daughter of Samuel Dearnaley and Mary Newton.

Will:
Grace Dearnaley left a will on 23 November 1861 at Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
Will of Grace Dearnaley
Words in italics are guesses

This is my last Will and Testament of me Grace Dearnaley of
Tintwistle in the County of Chester spinster I hereby order that my few articles of
household furniture shall be disposed of either by valuation private or public sale
at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named and the proceeds arising
therefrom to be added to my personal estate And as to the whole of my estate
and effects (after deducting all funeral and other expenses attending the
execution of this my Will) I give in the first place the sum of ten pounds to my
Niece Sarah Porritt as a consideration for her care and attention to me in my
several sickness to which I have been subject and as to the remainder of my
residue I give and bequeath in the following manner namely One sixth part
or share thereof upon trust to my Executors to place the same in a Bank and
to pay all interest arising therefrom equally between my two Nephews Samuel
Whitehead and Daniel Whitehead (sons of my late Sister Hannah) and
should either of my said Nephews become unable to work through sickness or
accidence then my Will is that they or either of them shall receive during
such incapacity to work a weekly sum to be paid by my Executors out of the
principal sum bequeathed to them not exceeding four shillings and that
neither of them shall receive more than half of the said sixth part
before named and all that may remain unexpended of the said sixth share
at the death of the longer survivor then the remainder so left to be paid to
my Grand Niece Hannah Whitehead daughter of my said Nephew
Samuel Whitehead One sixth share equally to my two Nieces Catherine
Dearnaley and Maria Rhodes (daughters of my late brother John) one
sixth share equally to my Nephews and Nieces John Porritt Samuel
Porritt Sarah Porritt and Esther Porritt and to my Great Nephew William Arden
(sons daughters and Grandson of my late Sister Mary) one sixth share
equally to my Nephew Benjamin Green and to my Great Niece Betty
Green (son and Granddaughter of my late Sister Betty) one sixth share to
my brother Samuel and the remaining sixth share to my brother
Thomas Lastly I hereby appoint my said brother Thomas Dearnaley of
Tintwistle aforesaid Farmer and James Rhodes of Glossop in the County of
Derby Surgeon Executors of this my Will In witness whereof I have
hereinto set my hand (one interlineations having first been made) this
twenty third day of November one thousand eight hundred and sixty
one – Grace Dearnaley – Signed by the said Grace Dearnaley the
Testatrix as her last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the
same time who at her request in her presence and in the presence of each other
have subscribed our names as witnesses – George EasthamEmma Fielding

On the 25th day of September 1862 the Will of Grace Dearnaley late
of Tintwistle in the County of Chester Spinster deceased was proved by
the oaths of Thomas Dearnaley the Brother of the said deceased and
James Rhodes the Executors named in the said Will having been
first sworn duly to administer

Effects under £800. No Leaseholds
Testatrix died 15th May 1862
Probate extracted by Messrs Darnton & Greaves
Solicitors Ashton under Lyne

Charles TH Parry
District Registrar

Summary of the recipients of the one-sixth shares mentioned in the will

1. Samuel and Daniel Whitehead, sons of Grace’s late sister Hannah (with a mention of Samuel’s daughter Hannah).
2. Catherine Dearnaley and Maria Rhodes (nee Dearnaley), daughters of her late brother John.
3. John, Samuel, Sarah, Esther Porrit, children of her late sister Mary, and William Ardern son of her late niece Jane Ardern (nee Porritt).
4. Benjamin Green, son of her late sister Betty, and Betty Green, daughter of her late nephew John Green.
5. Samuel Dearnaley, her brother.
6. Thomas Dearnaley, her brother.


Executors: Thomas Dearnaley (brother) and James Rhodes (nephew-in-law).
Witnesses: George Eastham, Emma Fielding.
Solicitors: Messrs Darnton & Greaves
District Registrar: Charles Parry.


Transcribed by Janet Davies.


Death:
Grace Dearnaley died on 15 May 1862 at Mottram, Cheshire, England, at age 66 years and 17 days
M.I. transcript
"In memory of SAMUEL DEARNALEY of Woodhead who died 9 August 1832 aged 87 years.
Also MARY his wife who died 28 November 1825 aged 73 years. Also WILLIAM their
son and SARAH, MARTHA and JANE their daughters who died in their minority.
Also HANNAH their daughter who died April 30 1815 aged 35 years.
Also GEORGE their son who died August 7 1853 aged 60 years.
Also GRACE their daughter who died May 15 1862 aged 66 years.
Also SAMUEL their son who died September 10 1863 in the 86th year of his age."


Burial:
Grace Dearnaley was buried on 20 May 1862 at St. James' Church, Woodhead, Cheshire, England.

Grace Dearnaley appeared in the 1841 census at
Woodhead, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
folio 5
John Moorhouse & family
//
DEARNALY, George 45 Farmer Cheshire see George Dearnaley
DEARNALY, Grace 40 Cheshire
NEWTON, James 20 M S Cheshire
//
John Newton & family
//
BOWER, John 55 Farmer Cheshire see John Bower
GARSIDE, Elizabeth 55 Cheshire see Elizabeth Bower
GARSIDE, William 25 Warehouseman Cheshire
GARSIDE, Joseph 20 Shepherd Cheshire
GARSIDE, Thomas 18
GARSIDE, Elizabeth 18
GARSIDE, Ann 15
//
John Albinson(?) & family
folio 6
Albinson(?) & family
//
Thomas Garside & family
//
John Marsden & family
//
BOWER, William 55 Farmer Cheshire see William Bower
BOWER, Amelia 36 Cheshire see Amelia (?)
BOWER, Elizabeth 10 Cheshire
BOWER, William 4 Cheshire
BOWER, Sarah 5 mo Cheshire

Address: Woodhead, Mottram In Longden Dale, Tintwistle County: Cheshire
RG number: HO107 Piece: 100 Book/Folio: 15/5 Page: 5
Registration District: Ashton & Oldham Civil Parish: Mottram In Longden Dale.



Grace Dearnaley appeared in the 1851 census at
Woodhead, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNALEY, George Head Unm 58 Farmer of 20 acres Tintwistle, Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Grace Sister Unm 54 Farmer's sister Tintwistle, Cheshire

Address: Woodhead, Tintwistle
H.O. 107 / 2239 p.17
Ashton-Under-Lyne, Mottram (transcription only.)



Grace Dearnaley appeared in the 1861 census at
Saunder(?) Cross, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
On 7 April 1861:-

Town End
DEARNALEY, Thomas* Head Widr 74 Farmer of 13 Acres/Labourer Tintwistle, Cheshire See Thomas Dearnaley
DEARNALEY, Grace Sister Unm 65 ... Tintwistle, Cheshire
PORRITT, Sarah Niece Unm 48 Housekeeper Glossop, Derbyshire See Sarah Porritt
FIELDING, Emma Servant - 15 House Servant Glossop, Derbyshire
//
...
//
DEARNALEY, Joseph* Head Mar 25 Journeyman Carpenter Tintwistle, Cheshire See Joseph Dearnaley
DEARNALEY, Alice Wife Mar 24 - Glossop, Derbyshire
DEARNALEY, Martha Dau - 2 - Tintwistle, Cheshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3004 Folio: 25 Page: 1
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: 8 Mottram
Ecclesiastical Parish: Tintwistle Civil Parish: Tintwistle
Address: Saunder(?) Cross, Tintwistle, Lancashire

* Thomas & Joseph are first cousins 2 times removed. Their common ancestor is John Dearnaley
(1708-1780).


Hannah Dearnaley

ID# 5497, b. about February 1777, d. 30 April 1815
Hannah Dearnaley was also recorded as Hannah Dearnally.
From 22 December 1796, her married name was Whitehead.
Birth:
Hannah Dearnaley was born about February 1777 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.


Hannah Dearnaley was the daughter of Samuel Dearnaley and Mary Newton.

Baptism:
Hannah Dearnaley was baptised on 16 February 1783 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England,
suspect this should be 1784 (although no supporting evidence found for this.)


Marriage:
Hannah Dearnaley married David Whitehead on 22 December 1796 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England,
both of this parish
witnesses: Thos Marshall & Joseph Newton.


Death:
Hannah Dearnaley died on 30 April 1815 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England,
M.I. transcript
"In memory of SAMUEL DEARNALEY of Woodhead who died 9 August 1832 aged 87 years.
Also MARY his wife who died 28 November 1825 aged 73 years. Also WILLIAM their
son and SARAH, MARTHA and JANE their daughters who died in their minority.
Also HANNAH their daughter who died April 30 1815 aged 35 years.
Also GEORGE their son who died August 7 1853 aged 60 years.
Also GRACE their daughter who died May 15 1862 aged 66 years.
Also SAMUEL their son who died September 10 1863 in the 86th year of his age."


Burial:
Hannah Dearnaley was buried in May 1815 at St. James' Church, Woodhead, Cheshire, England.

Children of Hannah Dearnaley and David Whitehead

Jane Dearnaley

ID# 5498, b. 31 October 1790, d. November 1797
Jane Dearnaley was also recorded as Jenny Dearnaley.
Birth:
Jane Dearnaley was born in September 1790 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.


Baptism:
Jane Dearnaley was baptised on 31 October 1790 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.


Jane Dearnaley was the daughter of Samuel Dearnaley and Mary Newton.

Death:
Jane Dearnaley died in November 1797 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England, at age 7 years
M.I. transcript
"In memory of SAMUEL DEARNALEY of Woodhead who died 9 August 1832 aged 87 years.
Also MARY his wife who died 28 November 1825 aged 73 years. Also WILLIAM their
son and SARAH, MARTHA and JANE their daughters who died in their minority.
Also HANNAH their daughter who died April 30 1815 aged 35 years.
Also GEORGE their son who died August 7 1853 aged 60 years.
Also GRACE their daughter who died May 15 1862 aged 66 years.
Also SAMUEL their son who died September 10 1863 in the 86th year of his age."


Burial:
Jane Dearnaley was buried on 9 November 1797 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.

Mary Dearnaley

ID# 5499, b. 1781, d. 1861
From 29 April 1806, her married name was Porritt.
From 29 April 1806, her married name was Parrett.
Birth:
Mary Dearnaley was born in 1781 at Woodhead, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England.


Mary Dearnaley was the daughter of Samuel Dearnaley and Mary Newton.

Residence:
in 1806 Mary Dearnaley lived at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Marriage:
Mary Dearnaley married Obadiah Porritt on 29 April 1806 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
'Obadiah Porritt & Mary Dearnaley by Licence.'
Witnesses: Jno Dearnaley; Jas Bradbury.


Death:
Mary Dearnaley died in 1861 at Hayfield, Derbyshire, England, at age 80 years
Hayfield 3Q vol.7b p.362.

Mary Dearnaley appeared in the 1841 census at
Cellar House, Chinley Bugsworth & Brownside, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
PORRITT, Obadiah 65 Derbyshire
PORRITT, Mary 60
PORRITT, John 30 Derbyshire
PORRITT, Samuel 20 Derbyshire
PORRITT, Esther 15 Derbyshire
DEARNELLY, Samuel 60 Independent Means

RG number: HO107 Piece: 185 Book/Folio: 3/25 Page: 13
Registration District: Chapel en le frith Sub District: Chapelenlefrith
Civil Parish: Glossop
Address: Cellar House, Glossop, Chinley Bugsworth & Brownside County: Derbyshire.



Mary Dearnaley appeared in the 1851 census at
Cellar House, Chinley, Bugsworth & Brownside, Chapel-En-Le-Frith, Derbyshire, England.
On 30 March 1851:-

PORRITT, Mary Head Wid 69 Farmer Woodhead, Cheshire
PORRITT, Samuel Son Unm 32 Ag Lab At Home Chinley, Derbyshire
PORRITT, Esther Dau Unm 27 Assistant At Home Chinley, Derbyshire
YATES, John Servant Unm 26 Ag Lab Chapel-En-Le-Frith, Derbyshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2151 Folio: 276 Page: 24
Registration District: Chapel-En-Le-Frith Sub District: Chapel-En-Le-Frith
Enumeration District: 6A Civil Parish: Chinley Bugsworth & Brownside
Address: Cellar House, Chinley Bugsworth & Brownside, Derbyshire.


Children of Mary Dearnaley and Obadiah Porritt

Sarah Dearnaley

ID# 5500, b. 9 January 1785, d. May 1803
Birth:
Sarah Dearnaley was born about December 1784 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.


Baptism:
Sarah Dearnaley was baptised on 9 January 1785 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.


Sarah Dearnaley was the daughter of Samuel Dearnaley and Mary Newton.

Death:
Sarah Dearnaley died in May 1803 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England, at age 18 years and 3 months
M.I. transcript
"In memory of SAMUEL DEARNALEY of Woodhead who died 9 August 1832 aged 87 years.
Also MARY his wife who died 28 November 1825 aged 73 years. Also WILLIAM their
son and SARAH, MARTHA and JANE their daughters who died in their minority.
Also HANNAH their daughter who died April 30 1815 aged 35 years.
Also GEORGE their son who died August 7 1853 aged 60 years.
Also GRACE their daughter who died May 15 1862 aged 66 years.
Also SAMUEL their son who died September 10 1863 in the 86th year of his age."


Burial:
Sarah Dearnaley was buried on 21 May 1803 at Woodhead, Cheshire, England.