Anna (?)

ID# 8381, b. about 1637
Anna (?) was also recorded as Annae (?)
From about 1658, her married name was Darnley.
Birth:
Anna (?) was born about 1637.


Marriage:
Anna (?) married Adam Darnley about 1658.

Children of Anna (?) and Adam Darnley

Mary (?)

ID# 8382, b. about 1781
Her married name was Darnley.
Birth:
Mary (?) was born about 1781.


Marriage:
Mary (?) married Robert Bennet Darnley about 1802.

Child of Mary (?) and Robert Bennet Darnley

Adam Darnley

ID# 8383, b. about 1637
Adam Darnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
He was also recorded as Adami Darnley.
Birth:
Adam Darnley was born about 1637.


Marriage:
Adam Darnley married Anna (?) about 1658.

Children of Adam Darnley and Anna (?)

Edmund Bennett Darnley

ID# 8384, b. 26 February 1809
Edmund Bennett Darnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Could this be the Edmund Darnley who had a relationship with Ann Bright in Southampton?
see Edmund Darnly.


Birth:
Edmund Bennett Darnley was born on 28 April 1807.


Baptism:
Edmund Bennett Darnley was baptised on 26 February 1809 at St. Mary Whitechapel, Stepney, London, Middlesex.


Edmund Bennett Darnley was the son of Robert Bennet Darnley and Mary (?)


Note:
on 10 September 1829
Old Bailey - London's Criminal Court

ISAAC QUINCE, Theft > simple larceny, 10th September 1829.

1662. ISAAC QUINCE was indicted for stealing, on the 17th of April , 4 chairs, value 8s; 2 candlesticks, value 2s; 1 piece of baize, value 6d; 1 clock, value 6s; 3 pictures, value 4s; 1 pair of shoes, value 2s, and 1 carpet, value 4s. , the goods of James Merchant
.
JAMES MERCHANT . I keep the Virginia-row Sunday school, Bethnal-green . I was in the school-room on the 6th of April; these articles
were there then; next morning the door was broken open, and they were all missing - that was on the morning of Good Friday.

Cross-examined by MR. PHILLIPS. Q. How soon did you see the chairs again? A. In about three months.

THOMAS CARRANT . I took the prisoner into custody on the 14th of July, and found four chairs in his room - I found these house-breaking implements at the bottom of a tub of water.

JOHN ROBERTSON . I went to the same place, and found these pieces of green baize there.

ANN DOLLWOOD . I was a teacher in this school. I I know this chair from its having some ink on it, which stained my gown.

EDMUND DARNLEY. I am a pawnbroker. This pair of candlesticks were pawned with me on the 27th of June, by Esther Brakshaw .

ESTHER BRAKSHAW . I pawned these candlesticks; Mary Baker, whom I have seen in the prisoner's room, gave them me to pawn.

NOT GUILTY .

see oldbaileyonline.org.

Elizabeth Darnley

ID# 8385, b. 26 September 1742
Elizabeth Darnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Elizabeth Darnley was born in August 1742 at Yorkshire.


Baptism:
Elizabeth Darnley was baptised on 26 September 1742 at Hemsworth Parish, Yorkshire,
Elizabeth daughter of John Darnley, Wheel-Wright
Yorkshire: Hemsworth - Parish Registers - transcription only.


Elizabeth Darnley was the daughter of John Darnley.

Johannes Darnley

ID# 8386, b. 12 November 1665
Johannes Darnley was also recorded as John Darnley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Johannes Darnley was born in October 1665.


Baptism:
Johannes Darnley was baptised on 12 November 1665 at St. James' Church, Paddington, London.


Johannes Darnley was the son of Adam Darnley and Anna (?)

John Darnley

ID# 8387, b. about 1714
John Darnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
John Darnley was born about 1714.


Residence:
in 1742 John Darnley lived at Hemsworth Parish, Yorkshire.

Occupation:
in 1742 John Darnley was a Elizabeth daughter of John Darnley, Wheel-Wright
Yorkshire: Hemsworth - Parish Registers - transcription only.

Child of John Darnley

Robert Bennet Darnley

ID# 8388, b. about 1781
Robert Bennet Darnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Robert Bennet Darnley was born about 1781.


Marriage:
Robert Bennet Darnley married Mary (?) about 1802.



Note:
in 1812
Old Bailey - London's Criminal Court

914. ESTHER TODD was indicted for feloniously stealing, on the 23d of October , a watch, value 5 l. the property of John Dempster, Timothy Leach , and John Latham , in the dwelling house of Elizabeth Potticary ; and other COUNTS for the same offence, only varying the manner of charging them.

ROBERT BENNET DARNLEY . I live in the Harrow-road , with my mother, at present, in Paddington parish.

Q. Who keeps the house - A. Elizabeth Potticary , widow. The prisoner was a lodger in the house. The watch was hanging over the mantle-piece, in my mother's room, at half past eight o'clock on the 23d. My mother died on the evening before, at half past eight o'clock, on the 22d. On the 23d, I went to Pimlico, and from there I went into the city, and when I went up stairs, on my return home,
the nurse told me the watch was gone from off the mantle piece.

Q. Who is Dempster, Latham, and Timothy Leach
- A. Executors, and Edmund Bennet Darnley is my son. My mother left the watch to him.

SARAH HUNT . I lived with the lady sixteen years ago, and when she was taken ill, she sent for me to come and take care of her and her property. She died on the 22d of October. I asked the prisoner to help me in laying the body out. About one o'clock at night I called her, and she helped me in laying her out. I gave her half-a-crown, and discharged her. Between three and four in the afternoon, she came to me very tipsy; that was the next day. I asked her what she wanted; she said, would I give her a pot of water for her tea. I looked at the watch, and said, I would give her a pot of water, when I had done tea. She then went to the fire place and took the watch.

Q. You did not see her take it, did you - A. No. I did not miss it until she went down stairs. The undertaker came, and I did not see any more of it until the undertaker was gone. As soon as the undertaker came, she ran out of the street-door. I then called out to Mr. Darnley, and said, Oh! Mr. Darnley, that wretch has taken your mother's watch. Mr. Darnley is the lady's own son. We pursued her, but could not find her.

FRANCIS WILKINSON . The prisoner came, on Friday night, the 23d, about half past four. She said she had been laying a woman out, and she had got a watch to pledge for her son, in the name of Thomas Smith , and if I would pledge it for her, she would give me a few half pence. The same watch I took to the pawnbrokers for her.

THOMAS NEATE . I am a pawnbroker. I live in Bird-street, Manchester-square. This is the watch, the last witness pledged with me, on the 23d. I lent her 2l. upon it.

SAMUEL MILES . I am a constable. On the 23d of October, Mr. Darnley came to me. He said the prisoner had robbed him of his mother's watch. I know the prisoner; she was tried here last April sessions. I took her in custody.

Q. to Prosecutor. Now look at the watch - A. I am sure it is mine.

Prisoner's Defence. I know nothing at all about the watch.

GUILTY , DEATH , aged 33.

Second Middlesex jury, before Mr. Recorder.

see oldbaileyonline.org.


Residence:
in 1812 Robert Bennet Darnley lived at Harrow Road, Paddington parish, London.

Child of Robert Bennet Darnley and Mary (?)

Bella Sharp

ID# 8389, b. between 1771 and 1776
Bella Sharp was also recorded as Bellah.
From 29 November 1804, her married name was Darnley.
Birth:
Bella Sharp was born between 1771 and 1776 at Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Bella Sharp married John Darnley, son of John Darnley, on 29 November 1804 at Barton Le Street, Yorkshire,
Only transcriptions have been found for this marriage record.

Bella Sharp appeared in the 1841 census at
Barton-Le-Street, Hovingham, Malton, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DARNLEY, Bella 65 Ag Lab Yorkshire
DARNLEY, Bella 2 mo Yorkshire
DARNLEY, Martha 20 Yorkshire
SHARP, Ann 40 Yorkshire
SHARP, Mary 8 Yorkshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 1262 Book/Folio: 7/4 Page: 3
Registration District: Malton Sub District: Hovingham
Civil Parish: Barton-Le-Street
Address: Barton-Le-Street, Barton-Le-Street County: Yorkshire.


Children of Bella Sharp and John Darnley

Catharine Galigan

ID# 8390, b. 1822, d. June 1868
Catharine Galigan was also recorded as Catherine.
From 7 March 1843, her married name was Dunnerley.
From about 1845, her married name was Darnley.
Birth:
Catharine Galigan was born in 1822 at Stockport, Cheshire,
Ireland - 1851 census.


Catharine Galigan was the daughter of John Galigan.

Marriage:
Catharine Galigan married Jonas Darnley, son of John Dernaley and Elizabeth Allen, on 7 March 1843 at St. Mary the Virgin, Prestwich, Manchester, Lancashire,
Jonas Darnley full age Bachelor, Crofter res: Oldham fa: John Darnley, Crofter
Catherine Galigan full age Spinster, --- res: Oldham fa: John Galigan, Soldier
Jonas signed 'Jonas Darnley' & Catherine made her mark
Witnesses: Thomas Cuff? Wright (his mark) & James Sheldrick
Married by Banns by: Thos. Blackburne Rector

note: later censuses suggest that they were not 'of full age.'


Death:
Catharine Galigan died in June 1868 at Manchester, Lancashire, at age 46 years.


Burial:
Catharine Galigan was buried on 28 June 1868 at St. Peter's Church, Blackley, Lancashire,
Catherine Darnley -
Age: 46 yrs
Abode: Manchester
Buried by: W.R.Keeling Rector.

Occupation:
in 1843 Catharine Galigan was a Crofter.

Catharine Galigan appeared in the 1851 census at
3, Cellar under 43 Mitchell Street, Manchester, Lancashire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DARNLEY, Jonas Head Mar 24 Dyer Prestwich, Lancashire
DARNLEY, Catherine Wife Mar 26 Cotton Frame Tenter Ireland

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2226 Folio: 466 Page: 19
Registration District: Manchester Sub District: Ancoats
Enumeration District: 1NN Ecclesiastical Parish: All Souls
Civil Parish: Manchester Municipal Borough: Manchester
Address: 3, Cellar Under 43, Mitchell Street, Manchester, Lancashire.



Catharine Galigan appeared in the 1861 census at
5 Kirby Street, Manchester, Lancashire.
On 7 April 1861:-

DARNLEY, Jonas Head Mar 38 Cotton Dyer Over the Sea(?)
DARNLEY, Catherine Wife Mar 38 - Stockport
TURNMOW, Mary Boarder Unm 26 Cotton Doubler Manchester

RG number: RG09 Piece: 2934 Folio: 49 Page: 20
Registration District: Manchester Sub District: 1 Ancoats
Enumeration District: 38 Ecclesiastical Parish: St Judes
Civil Parish: Manchester Municipal Borough: Manchester
Address: 5, Kirby Street, Manchester, Lancashire.


Child of Catharine Galigan and Jonas Darnley