Edgar Samuel Dearnaley

ID# 6361, b. 9 January 1876, d. 5 January 1945
Birth:
Edgar Samuel Dearnaley was born on 9 January 1876 at Queensland, Australia.


Edgar Samuel Dearnaley was the son of Ralph Dearnaley and Margaret Loague.

Residence:
in 1900 Edgar Samuel Dearnaley lived at Barrakee, Toorak Road, Breakfast Creek, Queensland, Australia,
498 Dearnaley, Arthur Frederick     age: 21     Barrakee, Toorak Road, Breakfast Creek          occupation: civil servant
499 Dearnaley, Edgar Samuel     age: 23     Barrakee, Toorak Road, behind Hon. J.R.. Dickson's     occupation: commercial traveller.


Residence:
in 1903 Edgar Samuel Dearnaley lived at Barrakee, Hamilton, Queensland, Australia,
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1903
326 Dearnaley, Arthur Frederick          clerk
327 Dearnaley, Edgar Samuel          commercial traveller
328 Dearnaley, Kathleen Mary Elizabeth     domestic duties
329 Dearnaley, Margaret               domestic duties
330 Dearnaley, Margaret Eveline          domestic duties
331 Dearnaley, Ralph Taylor               civil servant

Place Of Living:      Barrakee, Hamilton
Polling Place:      Clayfield
Division:      Brisbane
State:      Queensland, Australia.


Residence:
in 1905 Edgar Samuel Dearnaley lived at Barrakee, Queensland, Australia,
521 Dearnaley, Arthur Frederick     21     Barrakee, Toorak Road, Breakfast Creek          civil servant          claim received: 21 Aug 1895
522 Dearnaley, Edgar Samuel     23     Barrakee, Toorak Road, behind late Hon. J.R.Dickson's     commercial traveller     claim received: 17 Jun 1899
523 Dearnaley, Ralph Taylor          23     Barrakee, Towers Estate, Hamilton               clerk               claim received: 20 Nov 1903
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1905.


Marriage:
Edgar Samuel Dearnaley married Katie Rosina Vincent, daughter of (?) Vincent and Elizabeth Louise (?), in 1912 at Queensland, Australia,
It is not yet known whether this was a first or second marriage for Katie Rosina.


Residence:
in 1913 Edgar Samuel Dearnaley lived at Hill Street, Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia,
2328 Dearnaley, Katie Rosina     home duties
2329 Dearnaley, Edgar Samuel     commercial traveller

Place Of Living:      Hill st.
Sub Division:      Toowoomba
Division:      Darling Downs
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1913.


Residence:
in November 1936 Edgar Samuel Dearnaley lived at New Sandgate Road, Clayfield, Queensland, Australia.


Death:
Edgar Samuel Dearnaley died on 5 January 1945 at 171 Lancaster Road, Ascot, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, at age 68 years, 11 months and 27 days
DEARNALEY.— On Jan. 5th, at Brisbane, Edgar Samuel Dearnaley, of 171 Lancaster Rd., Ascot, beloved Husband of Katie Roslna, & Father of Myra. Ralph, & Edgar, In his 69th year. Privately cremated. JOHN HISLOP & SONS, Funeral Directors.
Monday 8 January 1945          The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld.)

Edgar Samuel Dearnaley appeared in the census at
Nyoola, New Sandgate road, Albion, Toombul, Queensland, Australia.
In 1922:-

Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1922
occ. Salesman.



Edgar Samuel Dearnaley appeared in the census at
455 New Sandgate road, Albion, Toombul, Queensland, Australia.
In 1934:-

Occupation: salesman.


Children of Edgar Samuel Dearnaley and Katie Rosina Vincent

Annie Adair Dearnaley

ID# 6362, b. 27 November 1883, d. 1951
Birth:
Annie Adair Dearnaley was born on 27 November 1883 at Queensland, Australia.


Annie Adair Dearnaley was the daughter of Ralph Dearnaley and Margaret Loague.


Note:
in 1913 at Barrakee, Tower Hill, Hamilton, Queensland, Australia,
1461 Dearnaley, Annie Adair               public servant
1462 Dearnaley, Arthur Frederick          public servant
1463 Dearnaley, Katherine Mary Elizabeth     home duties
1464 Dearnaley, Margaret               home duties
1465 Dearnaley, Margaret Etheline

Place Of Living:      Barrakee, Tower Hill, Hamilton
Sub Division:      Toombul
Division:      Lilley
State:      Queensland
Country:      Australia
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1913.



Note:
in 1922 at Barrakee, Massey & Anthony streets, Hamilton, Queensland, Australia,
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1922
Number:      1437
Last Name:      Dearnaley
First Name:      Annie Adair
Place Of Living:      Barakee, Massey & Anthony st., Hmlton
Occupation:      pub. servant
Gender:      F
Sub Division:      Toombul
Division:      Lilley
State:      Queensland
Country:      Australia.


Residence:
in 1949 Annie Adair Dearnaley lived at Barrakee, Kirkland Avenue, Coorparoo, Queensland, Australia,
3885 Dearnaley, Annie Adair               public servant
3886 Dearnaley, Katherine Mary Elizabeth     home duties

Place Of Living:      Barrakee, Kirkland avenue
Sub Division: Coorparoo Division:      Bowman
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1949.


Death:
Annie Adair Dearnaley died in 1951 at Queensland, Australia, at age 67 years.

Annie Adair Dearnaley appeared in the census at
Barrakee, Kirkland avenue, Coorparoo, Queensland, Australia.
In 1934:-

Occupation: public servant.


Amelia Jane Kirkwood

ID# 6363, b. 1856, d. 29 April 1935
Amelia Jane Kirkwood was also recorded as Mary Jane - Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1903.
From 1880, her married name was Dearnaley.
Birth:
Amelia Jane Kirkwood was born in 1856.


Marriage:
Amelia Jane Kirkwood married Timothy Dearnaley, son of William Dearnaley and Elizabeth Taylor, in 1880 at Queensland, Australia.


Residence:
in 1910 Amelia Jane Kirkwood lived at corner Best and Markwell streets, Bowen Hills, Queensland, Australia,
2225 Dearnaley, Amelia Jane          domestic duties          14 Jun 1905 registered
2226 Dearnaley, Elsie Amanda          typist               14 Jun 1905 registered
2227 Dearnaley, Herbert Richard          draper               7 Jun 1906 registered

corner Best and Markwell st., Bowen Hills
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1910.


Residence:
in 1913 Amelia Jane Kirkwood lived at Ventnor, Arthur street, Teneriffe, Fortitude Valley, Queensland, Australia,
3262 Dearnaley, Amelia Jane     home duties
3263 Dearnaley, Herbert Richard     window dresser

Place Of Living:      Ventnor, Arthur st., Teneriffe
Sub Division:      Fortitude Valley
Division:      Brisbane
State:      Queensland, Australia
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1913.


Residence:
in 1922 Amelia Jane Kirkwood lived at Arthur and Chester streets, Teneriffe, Queensland, Australia,
1423 Dearnaley, Amelia Jane     home duties
1424 Dearnaley, Herbert Richard     window dresser

Place Of Living:      Arthur and Chester st., Teneriffe.
Sub Division: Merthyr     Division:      Brisbane
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1922.


Death:
Amelia Jane Kirkwood died on 29 April 1935 at Queensland, Australia, at age 79 years
age: 79.


Burial:
Amelia Jane Kirkwood was buried on 30 April 1935 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.

Amelia Jane Kirkwood appeared in the census at
355 Leichhardt street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
In 1903:-

Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1903
Mary Jane Dearnley
Occupation: domestic duties.



Amelia Jane Kirkwood appeared in the census at
25 Lilley street, Spring Hill, Paddington, Queensland, Australia.
In 1934:-

Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1934
occ. home duties.


Children of Amelia Jane Kirkwood and Timothy Dearnaley

Herbert Richard Dearnaley

ID# 6364, b. 30 April 1883, d. 23 April 1932
Herbert Richard Dearnaley was also recorded as Herbert Dearnley.
Birth:
Herbert Richard Dearnaley was born on 30 April 1883 at Queensland, Australia.


Herbert Richard Dearnaley was the daughter of Timothy Dearnaley and Amelia Jane Kirkwood.

Residence:
in 1910 Herbert Richard Dearnaley lived at corner Best and Markwell streets, Bowen Hills, Queensland, Australia,
2225 Dearnaley, Amelia Jane          domestic duties          14 Jun 1905 registered
2226 Dearnaley, Elsie Amanda          typist               14 Jun 1905 registered
2227 Dearnaley, Herbert Richard          draper               7 Jun 1906 registered

corner Best and Markwell st., Bowen Hills
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1910.


Residence:
in 1913 Herbert Richard Dearnaley lived at Ventnor, Arthur street, Teneriffe, Fortitude Valley, Queensland, Australia,
3262 Dearnaley, Amelia Jane     home duties
3263 Dearnaley, Herbert Richard     window dresser

Place Of Living:      Ventnor, Arthur st., Teneriffe
Sub Division:      Fortitude Valley
Division:      Brisbane
State:      Queensland, Australia
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1913.


Residence:
in 1922 Herbert Richard Dearnaley lived at Arthur and Chester streets, Teneriffe, Queensland, Australia,
1423 Dearnaley, Amelia Jane     home duties
1424 Dearnaley, Herbert Richard     window dresser

Place Of Living:      Arthur and Chester st., Teneriffe.
Sub Division: Merthyr     Division:      Brisbane
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1922.


Death:
Herbert Richard Dearnaley died on 23 April 1932 at Queensland, Australia, at age 48 years, 11 months and 24 days
DEARNALEY.-in loving memory of Herbert Richard (Bert), who departed this life April 23rd. 1932.
Inserted by his Mother, Sister, Niece, and Nephew.
Monday 23 April 1934          The Courier-Mail (Brisbane, Qld.)


Burial:
Herbert Richard Dearnaley was buried on 25 April 1932 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia,
age: 48.

Elsie Amanda Dearnaley

ID# 6365, b. 5 June 1881, d. 1957
Elsie Amanda Dearnaley was also recorded as Elsia Amanda Dearnaley.
From 1910, her married name was Purkiss.
Birth:
Elsie Amanda Dearnaley was born on 5 June 1881 at Queensland, Australia.


Elsie Amanda Dearnaley was the daughter of Timothy Dearnaley and Amelia Jane Kirkwood.


Note:
in December 1894
In connection with the nursing lectures given by Mrs. H. A. E. Guille in six of the metropolitan State schools, two prizes were offered by the lecturess, one for junior and the other for senior scholars, for the beat essay on typhoid fever. Mrs. Guille has also awarded a special prize to Elsie Dearnaley, aged 13, of Leichhardt-street School.
Friday 14 December 1894          The Brisbane Courier (Qld.)



Note:
in December 1896 at Queensland, Australia,
SHORTHAND IN STATE SCHOOLS.
As will be remembered, some twelve months ago, the Minister for Education (the Hon. D. H. Dalrymple) granted permission for shorthand to be taught to the scholars in State schools. Of this privilege many scholars have availed them- selves, and the first annual examination was held in connection therewith at the Technical College rooms, School of Arts, on Saturday, 28th November, when twenty six candidates presented themselves. Mr. W. Whitworth kindly consented to act as examiner, and wo append results. The examiner states that the papers were worked out creditably, considering the youth of the candidates and the test set before them. Special mention is made of Miss Elsie Dearnaley, who attained 94 per cent of marks, and of Master T. Noyes for neatness of outline and 87 per cent of marks. Prizes and Pitman's certificates will be awarded the successful students early next year. The following is the order of merit of successful students; - Corresponding: "Manual" -A. Harris, Robinson, E. Harris. Elementary: " Teacher" - Miss Elsie Dearnaley, T. Noyes, Robert Allardice, T. Nielsen, Robert Harvey, W. M'Creery, T. Bellamy, Griffith, D. Butler, Frank Cooper, Anthony Brazil, White, Cooper, Hugh Crofts, and John Martin.

Monday 7 December 1896 - The Brisbane Courier (Qld.)


Residence:
in 1910 Elsie Amanda Dearnaley lived at corner Best and Markwell streets, Bowen Hills, Queensland, Australia,
2225 Dearnaley, Amelia Jane          domestic duties          14 Jun 1905 registered
2226 Dearnaley, Elsie Amanda          typist               14 Jun 1905 registered
2227 Dearnaley, Herbert Richard          draper               7 Jun 1906 registered

corner Best and Markwell st., Bowen Hills
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1910.


Marriage:
Elsie Amanda Dearnaley married Edgar William Purkiss in 1910 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.


Death:
Elsie Amanda Dearnaley died in 1957 at Brisbane, Queensland, Australia, at age 75 years.

Elsie Amanda Dearnaley appeared in the census at
355 Leichhardt street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, Queensland, Australia.
In 1903:-

Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1903
Occupation: typist.


John Dearnalley

ID# 6366, b. 7 December 1801, d. 25 June 1818
John Dearnalley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
John Dearnalley was born on 11 November 1801 at Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.


Baptism:
John Dearnalley was baptised on 7 December 1801 at Tintwistle Independent Chapel, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England,
father's name: Joseph Dearnalley
mother's name:     Mary.


John Dearnalley was the son of Joseph Dearnaley and Mary (?)

Death:
John Dearnalley died on 25 June 1818 at Tintwistle, Cheshire, England, at age 16 years, 6 months and 18 days
from gravestone
Tintwistle Independent Chapel
Old Chapel Yard, Tintwistle, Cheshire

Memorial Inscription:
In memory of Joseph DEARNALEY late of Tintwistle departed this life October 16th 1834 aged 66 years. (b 1768) Also of Mary relict of aforesaid Joseph DEARNALEY who departed this life March 30th 1839 aged 63 years. Also of John their son who departed this life June 25th 1818 aged 17 years. Also of James DEARNALEY their son who departed this life January 22nd 1840 in the 37th year of his age.

see Churchyard Inscriptions page.

Thomas Dearnaley

ID# 6367, b. 13 June 1806, d. 31 March 1866
Thomas Dearnaley was also recorded as Thom Dearnaley.
He was also recorded as Thomas Dearnalley.

Note:

Son James living with Inghams in 1841 (Stockport.)


Birth:
Thomas Dearnaley was born on 13 June 1806 at Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.


Thomas Dearnaley was the son of Joseph Dearnaley and Mary (?)

Baptism:
Thomas Dearnaley was baptised on 14 July 1806 at Tintwistle Independent Chapel, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England,
Thomas Dearnalley son of Joseph Dearnalley & Mary his wife of Tintwistle born June 13th baptized July 14th 1806.


Marriage:
Thomas Dearnaley married Martha Ingham, daughter of Samuel Ingham and Betty Winterbottom, on 28 December 1835 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England,
Thom Dearnaley and Martha Ingham both of this parish
witnesses: Horace Stoker & John Marsland.


Will:
Thomas Dearnaley left a will on 1 August 1863.
Will of Thomas Dearnaley of Tintwistle, written 1863, proved 1866

This is the last Will and Testament
of me Thomas Dearnaley
of Tintwistle in the Parish of Mottram in Longdendale in the County of Chester
Machine Maker and a Widower I devise and bequeath all the real and personal
estate to which I shall be entitled at my decease unto my brothers William
Dearnaley and Joseph Dearnaley their heirs executors administrators and assigns
respectively upon trust to sell any real and personal estates together or in parcels
and either by public auction or private contract with power to make any special
conditions as to title or evidence of title or otherwise and with power to buy
in the promises at any public sale and to rescind either on terms or gratuitously
any contract and to resell without being answerable for any consequent loss
to convey and assign the promises respectively so sold to the purchaser or
purchasers thereof and to convert and get in my personal estate and to stand
possessed of the monies to arise from such sale and conversion In trust as to
one fourth share thereof for my said brother William Dearnaley his executors
administrators and assigns As to one other fourth share thereof for my said
brother Joseph Dearnaley his executors administrators and assigns As to one
other fourth share thereof for my sister Ann the wife of George Ibbotson her
executors administrators assigns and as to the remaining fourth share
thereof for my nephews Joseph Dearnaley and Wright Dearnaley the sons
of my late brother James Dearnaley and their respective executors and
administrators and assigns in equal shares I empower the trustees or
trustee for the time being of this my Will to give receipts for all monies and
effects to be paid or delivered to such trustees or trustee by virtue of my Will
and declare that such receipts shall exonerate the persons taking the sum
from all liability to see to the application or disposition of the monies or effects
therein mentioned I declare that if my said trustees the said William
Dearnaley and Joseph Dearnaley or either of them shall die in my lifetime
or if they or either of them or any person or persons to be appointed under this clause
shall after my death die or be unwilling incompetent or unfit to execute the trusts of
my Will or desire to retire from the office it shall be lawful for the competent trustee
or trustees for the time being (if any) whether retiring from the office of trustee or not
or if none for the proving executors or executor for the time being or the administrators or
administrator for the time being if the last surviving trustee to substitute by any
writing under his hand or hands any fit person or persons in whom alone or as
the case may be jointly with the surviving or continuing trustees or trustee my trust
estate shall vest or by proper assurances be vested And I exempt every trustee of my
Will from liability for losses occurring without his own wilful default and authorise
him to retain and allow to his Cotrustee all expenses incident to the trusteeship
I appoint the said William Dearnaley and Joseph Dearnaley Executors of this
my Will Lastly I revoke all former Wills In witness whereof I have hereunto
set my hand this first day of August one thousand eight hundred and sixty
three - Thomas Dearnaley – Signed by the said Thomas Dearnaley
as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us present at the same
time who at his request in his presence and in the presence of each other have
hereunto subscribed our names as witnesses – Harry Greaves Solicitor
Ashton under Lyne – John Thompson his clerk

Proved at Chester the 20th Day of April 1866 by the oaths of William
Dearnaley and Joseph Dearnaley the Brothers the Executors to whom
Administration was granted

The testator Thomas Dearnaley was late of Tintwistle in the parish of Mottram
in Longdendale in the County of Chester Machine Maker and died on the 31st
day of March 1866 at Tintwistle aforesaid.

Under £800 precluding leaseholds
H J Darnton Solicitor Ashton under Lyne

Charles W Parry District Registrar

People mentioned in the Will of Thomas Dearnaley of Tintwistle 1866
His brothers: William Dearnaley
Joseph Dearnaley
His sister: Ann Ibbotson
His brother-in-law: George Ibbotson
His nephews: Joseph Dearnaley
His late brother: James Dearnaley, father of the above 2 nephews


Transcribed by Janet A Davies
April 2011.


Death:
Thomas Dearnaley died on 31 March 1866 at Mottram, Cheshire, England, at age 59 years, 9 months and 18 days
died aged 59.


Probate:
his estate was probated on 20 April 1866 at Chester, England,
Thomas Dearnaley late of Tintwistle.
The Will was proved by the oaths of William Dearnaley of Tintwistle Yeoman and Joseph Dearnaley of Tintwistle Farmer the brothers the Executors.
Effects under £800
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966.

Thomas Dearnaley appeared in the 1841 census at
Tintwistle, Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DEARNALEY, Ellen 30
DEARNALEY, Joseph 5 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Wright 3 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Thomas 35 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Joseph 30 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Ann 25 Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Ralph 20 Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 100 Book/Folio: 18/10 Page: 15
Registration District: Ashton & Oldham Sub District: Mottram
Civil Parish: Mottram In Longden Dale
Address: Tintwistle, Mottram In Longden Dale, Tintwistle County: Cheshire.



Thomas Dearnaley appeared in the 1851 census at
Chapel Brow, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEANSLEY, Joseph Head Mar 40 Farmer Tintwistle, Cheshire
DEANSLEY, Ellen Wife Mar 40 Bolster Stone, Yorkshire
DEANSLEY, Joseph Son Unm 15 Assistant In Farmer Tintwistle
DEANSLEY, Wright Son 12 Assistant In Farmer Tintwistle
DEANSLEY, James Son 8 Scholar Tintwistle
DEARNALEY, Thomas Brother Widr 44 Mechanic Tintwistle

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2239 Folio: 289 Page: 21
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: Mottram
Enumeration District: 4C Ecclesiastical Parish: Tintwistle Church
Civil Parish: Tintwistle Municipal Borough:
Address: Chapel Brow, Tintwistle, Lancashire
Census image unavailable.



Thomas Dearnaley appeared in the 1861 census at
Chapel Brow, Tintwistle, Cheshire, England.
On 7 April 1861:-

DEARNALEY, Joseph Head Mar 50 Farmer of 35 acres Tintwistle, Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Ellen Wife Mar 50 - Bradford, Yorkshire
DEARNALEY, Wright Son Unm 22 Carter Tintwistle, Cheshire (adopted son - MD)
DEARNALEY, James Son Unm 18 Cordwainer Tintwistle, Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Arthur Son - 7 Scholar Tintwistle, Cheshire
DEARNALEY, Thomas* Boarder Widower 54 Machinist Tintwistle, Cheshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3004 Folio: 30 Page: 11
Registration District: Ashton-Under-Lyne Sub District: 8 Mottram
Ecclesiastical Parish: Christchurch Civil Parish: Tintwistle
Address : ..., Chapel Brow, Tintwistle, Lancashire

*Thomas is Joseph's brother.


Child of Thomas Dearnaley and Martha Ingham

Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler

ID# 6368, b. 14 May 1875, d. 1 July 1963
Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler was also recorded as Charlotte Maria Hartill.
She was also recorded as Charlotte Marion Martel.
From 1895, her married name was Dearnaley.

Note:

Stayed in UK to complete education before sailing to Australia to join her family.
Arrived in Australia on the Nerkara on 24 Nov 1889.


Birth:
Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler was born on 14 May 1875 at England.


Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler was the daughter of Joseph Harwick Butler and Mary Ann Hartill.

Marriage:
Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler married William Robert Dearnaley, son of Ralph Dearnaley and Margaret Loague, in 1895 at Queensland, Australia.


Residence:
in 1903 Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler lived at Stannary Hills, Queensland, Australia,
#36 Dearnaley, Charlotte Marion Martel     domestic duties
#37 Dearnaley, William Robert          clerk     

Place Of Living:      Stannary Hills
Polling Place:      Stannary Hills
Division:      Herbert
State:      Queensland, Australia
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1903.


Residence:
in 1913 Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler lived at Esplanade, Cairns, Queensland, Australia,
1176 Dearnaley, Charlotte Maria Hartill          home duties
1177 Dearnaley, Ralph Taylor          clerk

Place Of Living:      Esplanade, Cairns
Sub Division:      Cairns          Division:      Herbert
Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1913.


Death:
Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler died on 1 July 1963 at Cairns, Queensland, Australia, at age 88 years, 1 month and 17 days.

Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler appeared in the census at
Abbott Street, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
In 1922:-

Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1922
Occupation: home duties.



Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler appeared in the census at
Abbott Street, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
In 1934:-

Occupation: home duties.



Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler appeared in the census at
33 Cairns street, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.
In 1949:-

Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1949.



Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler appeared in the census at
33 Cairns street, Cairns, Leichhardt, Queensland, Australia.
In 1959:-

Queensland, Australia, Electoral Roll 1959.


Children of Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler and William Robert Dearnaley

Margaret Winifred Dearnaley

ID# 6369, b. 28 October 1902
Birth:
Margaret Winifred Dearnaley was born on 28 October 1902 at Queensland, Australia,
from Ancestry transcription only
Australia Birth Index
Name:      Margaret Winifred Dearualey          Birth Date:      28 Oct 1902
Father's Name: William Robert Dearualey
Mother's Name: Charlotte Maria Hartill Burler
Birth Place: Queensland                    Registration Year: 1903
Registration Place: Queensland     
Page Number:      6347                    Registration number:      001119.


Margaret Winifred Dearnaley was the daughter of William Robert Dearnaley and Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler.

Residence:
in 1925 Margaret Winifred Dearnaley lived at Abbott Street, Cairns, Herbert, Queensland, England,
Australia, Electoral Rolls
Margaret Winifred Dearnaley Abbott st., clerk, F.

Dorothy Gladys Dearnaley

ID# 6370, b. 6 June 1909, d. 1 January 2003
From 30 September 1931, her married name was Norris.
Birth:
Dorothy Gladys Dearnaley was born on 6 June 1909 at Cairns, Queensland, England.


Dorothy Gladys Dearnaley was the daughter of William Robert Dearnaley and Charlotte Maria Hartill Butler.

Marriage:
Dorothy Gladys Dearnaley married Randolph Evelyn Norris, son of Frederick Norris and Lavinia Clara Percy, on 30 September 1931 at Queensland, Australia,
St. John's was the scene of a very pretty wedding on Wednesday, September 30, when Dorothy Gladys (second daughter of Mrs. L. Dearnaley, Abbott-street), was married to Randolf Evelyn (Joe), youngest sort of Mr. Norris, Clare-street. Rev. W. P. Hohenhouse was the celebrant. There were artistic bowls of white flowers and greenery on the altar. Mrs. Topliss rendered 'My Prayer" during the signing of the register, and Mrs. Newberry was the organist.

The bride, who entered the church on the arm of her uncle, Mr. C. Butler, looked charmingly sweet in her long ivory frock of bridal satin, made on classical lines. The beautiful veil was embroidered, and the bouquet consisted of white gladioli and bridal roses entwined with fern. Her long rope of pearl lent a charming dignity to the ensemble. The chief bridesmaid, Miss Freda Norris, chose blue silk voile for her ankle-length, frock, which was trimmed with pink rosebuds and worn with a pint and blue hat. The small bridesmaid's (Miss Narda Fitzsimmons) frock was a replica of the chief bridesmaid's, the color being pink, trimmed with a blue, and a tulle cap was worn with it. They both carried sweet evening purses, presents of the bridegroom. Mr. J. Norris undertook the duties of bestman.

The reception was held at the residence of Mrs. Dearnaley, who was hostess. Her charming satin beaute was of soft dove grey satin, with pink tonings. Her bouquet consisted of fragrant lavender stocks. The tables were flower bedecked, the blooms coming from Mrs. W. Pasley's garden in Ravenshoe. The handsome cake was the work of Mrs. Fitzsimmons.

For her going away ensemble the bride chose a floral silk voile, with a coatee and a lemon hat to tone. The bridal and travelling frocks were the work of Miss L. Ohlsen.

The presents received were both numerous, and useful, a number of cheques being included.

The young couple have taken up their residence, in Cairns-street.

Cairns Post          Friday 30 October 1931
from http://trove.nla.gov.au.


Residence:
in 1936 Dorothy Gladys Dearnaley lived at 35 Cairns Street, Leichardt, Cairns, Queensland, Australia,
Randolph Evelyn Norris, Labourer
Dorothy Gladys Home duties
Australia, Electoral Rolls.


Death:
Dorothy Gladys Dearnaley died on 1 January 2003 at Cairns, Queensland, Australia, at age 93 years, 6 months and 26 days.


Burial:
Dorothy Gladys Dearnaley was buried on 6 January 2003 at Martyn Street Cemetery, Manunda, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.