Rena Sykes

ID# 9941, b. about 1907, d. 2003
Her married name was Peckett.
Marriage:
Rena Sykes married Jack Dearnaly Peckett, son of Charles Henry Peckett and Emily Dearnley.


Birth:
Rena Sykes was born about 1907 at Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England.


Death:
Rena Sykes died in 2003.

Hannah Dearnally

ID# 9942, b. 1854
Hannah Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 18 October 1873, her married name was Haigh.
Birth:
Hannah Dearnally was born in 1854 at Mirfield, Yorkshire, England.


Hannah Dearnally was the daughter of Henry Dearnaly and Sally Holmes.

Marriage:
Hannah Dearnally married Oliver Haigh, son of John Haigh, on 18 October 1873 at Mirfield, Yorkshire, England,
Oliver Haigh 20 fa: John Haigh
Hannah Dearnally 19 fa: Henry Dearnally.

Hannah Dearnally appeared in the 1861 census at
Old Dun Fold, Mirfield, Yorkshire, England.
On 7 April 1861:-

DEARNALY, Henry Head Mar 51 Wheelwright Mirfield, Yorkshire see Henry Dearnaly
DEARNALY, Sally Wife Mar 48 - Rastrick, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Joshua Son Unm 23 Wheelwright Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Elizabeth Dau Unm 21 Woollen Power Loom Weaver Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Mary Dau Unm 17 Woollen Power Loom Weaver Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Emily Dau Unm 15 Woollen Power Loom Weaver Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, William Son Unm 13 Errand Boy Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Hannah Dau Unm 7 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Sarah GrandDau Unm 1 - Mirfield, Yorkshire see Sarah Jane Ellis Dearnaly

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3408 Folio: 49 Page: 11
Registration District: Dewsbury Sub District: 5 Mirfield
Enumeration District: 11 Ecclesiastical Parish: St Marys Civil Parish: Mirfield
Address: Old Dun Fold, Mirfield, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Hannah Dearnally appeared in the 1871 census at
Dunbottle Road, Mirfield, Yorkshire, England.
On 2 April 1871:-

DEARNALY, Henry Head Mar 61 Carpenter (Employing 2 men) Mirfield, Yorkshire See Henry Dearnaly
DEARNALY, Sally Wife Mar 58 - Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Emily Dau Unm 25 Powerloom Weaver Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Hannah Dau Unm 16 Powerloom Weaver Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Sarah E Lodger Unm 11 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire See Sarah Jane Ellis Dearnaly
//
DEARNALY, Joshua Head Mar 33 Joiner Mirfield, Yorkshire See Joshua Dearnaly
DEARNALY, Ann Wife Mar 33 - Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Tamor A Dau - 8 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Herr von Charlas Son - 6 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire
THORNTON, Eliza Lodger Unm 21 Powerloom Weaver Mirfield, Yorkshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 4598 Folio: 29 Page: 13
Registration District: Dewsbury Sub District: Mirfield
Enumeration District: 11 Civil Parish: Mirfield
Address: Dunbottle Road, Mirfield, Yorkshire.



Hannah Dearnally appeared in the 1881 census at
Flash Lane, Mirfield, Yorkshire, England.
On 3 April 1881:-

HAIGH, Oliver Head Mar 28 Cloth Finisher Lingwood, Yorkshire
HAIGH, Hannah Wife Mar 26 - Mirfield, Yorkshire
HAIGH, Arthur Son Sngl 4 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire
//
DEARNALY, Henry Head Mar 71 Retired Joiner Mirfield, Yorkshire see Henry Dearnaly
DEARNALY, Sally Wife Mar 70 - Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Willie Nephew Sngl 20 Painter Mirfield, Yorkshire see Willie Dearnley
//
Bray family
//
Green family
//
DEARNALY, William H Head Mar 33 Painter And Paperhanger Mirfield, Yorkshire see William Henry Dearnaly
Employing 1 Boy
DEARNALY, Emma Wife Mar 30 - Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Emily Dau Sngl 10 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Jane Dau Sngl 8 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Harry Son Sngl 6 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire
DEARNALY, Ethel Dau Sngl 4 Scholar Mirfield, Yorkshire

Piece: 4557 Folio: 82 Page: 1
Registration District: Dewsbury Civil Parish: Mirfield
Address: Flash Lane, Mirfield, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Hannah Dearnally appeared in the 1891 census at
Wellhouse Lane, Mirfield, Yorkshire, England.
On 5 April 1891:-

HAIGH, Oliver Head Mar 38 Cloth Finisher Longwood, Yorkshire
HAIGH, Hannah Wife Mar 37 - Mirfield, Yorkshire
HAIGH, Arthur Son - 14 Cloth Finisher Mirfield, Yorkshire
HAIGH, John H Son - 4 - Mirfield, Yorkshire

Piece: 3729 Folio: 117 Page: 27
Registration District: Dewsbury Civil Parish: Mirfield
Address: Wellhouse Lane, Mirfield, Hopton, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Hannah Dearnally appeared in the 1901 census at
Spen Valley Road, Ravensthorpe, Yorkshire, England.
On 31 March 1901:-

HAIGH, Oliver Head Mar 47 Cloth Finisher Longwood, Yorkshire
HAIGH, Hannah Wife Mar 46 - Mirfield, Yorkshire
HAIGH, John H Son Sngl 14 Pupil Teacher Mirfield, Yorkshire

Piece: 4265 Folio: 65 Page: 6
Registration District: Dewsbury Civil Parish: Ravensthorpe
Address: Spen Valley Road, Ravensthorpe, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Hannah Dearnally appeared in the 1911 census at
98 Chaster Street, Batley, Yorkshire, England.
On 2 April 1911:-

HAIGH, Oliver Head Mar 58 Cloth Finisher Yorks, Longwood
HAIGH, Hannah Wife Mar 37 yrs 56 - Yorks, Mirfield
HAIGH, John Henry Son Sngl 24 Elementary School Teacher Yorks, Mirfield

RG number: RG14 Piece: 27230 Reference: RG14PN27230 RG78PN1556 RD503 SD2 ED4 SN288
Registration District: Dewsbury Sub District: Batley
Enumeration District: 4 Parish: Batley
Address: 98 Chaster St, Batley, Yorkshire (West riding.)


Children of Hannah Dearnally and Oliver Haigh

John Dernelley

ID# 9943, b. 1838, d. 28 December 1896
John Dernelley was also recorded as Durnley - Australian Immigration record.
He was also recorded as John Dearneley.
He was also recorded as John Denerly.
He was also recorded as John Denerley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
John Dernelley was born in 1838 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.


John Dernelley was the son of James Dernelly and Judith Walmsley.

Emigration:
John Dernelley emigrated in December 1857 to Port B, Victoria, Australia.

Jos Darnley 26      Labr
Sarah 26 Wife
John 11 Son
Eliz 3 Child
Thos Infant Child
Arrival Date: 4 Dec 1857
Arrival Port: Melbourne, Australia
Departure Port: Liverpool
Ship: John Barbour


note: The original passenger manifest clearly shows John aged 11, son of Jos Darnley. So either Jos fathered John at age 15, or this should have read brother aged 21.



Marriage:
John Dernelley married Sarah Kingston on 19 November 1862 at St. Mark's Church, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


Death:
John Dernelley died on 28 December 1896 at age 58 years.


Burial:
John Dernelley was buried on 30 December 1896 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

John Dernelley appeared in the 1841 census at
Wellcroft Street, Stockport, Cheshire, England.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DENERLY, James 30 Butcher Cheshire
DENERLY, Judith 30 Cheshire
DENERLY, Phoebe 7 Cheshire
DENERLY, John 2 Cheshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 114 Book/Folio: 1/45 Page: 34
Registration District: Stockport Sub District: Stockport
Civil Parish: Stockport Municipal Borough: Stockport
Address: Wellcroft Street, Stockport County: Cheshire.



John Dernelley appeared in the 1851 census at
4 Lower Barlow Row, Stockport, Cheshire, England.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNELEY, James Head Mar 42 Butcher Stockport, Cheshire
DEARNELEY, Judith Wife Mar 41 - Stockport, Cheshire
DEARNELEY, Phobe Dau Unm 17 Cotton Piecer Stockport, Cheshire
DEARNELEY, John Son - 12 Scholar Stockport, Cheshire
DEARNELEY, Rosanna Dau - 3 - Stockport, Cheshire
HUDSON, Mary Relative* Wid 79 - Wilmslow, Cheshire

Address: 4 Lower Barlow Row, Stockport, Cheshire
Ecclesiastical District: St Thomas City: Stockport
Registration District: Stockport, Stockport Second
RG number: HO 107 Piece: 2157 Folio: 56 Page: 57

* I suspect that this may be the Mary Hudson previously married to a currently
unknown Dennerley see Mary (?)



Occupation:
in 1863 John Dernelley was a Butcher.

Children of John Dernelley and Sarah Kingston

Sarah Kingston

ID# 9944, b. about 1844, d. 26 June 1919
From 19 November 1863, her married name was Dernelley.
Birth:
Sarah Kingston was born about 1844 at London, London, England.


Marriage:
Sarah Kingston married John Dernelley, son of James Dernelly and Judith Walmsley, on 19 November 1862 at St. Mark's Church, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.



Note:
in 1898
MONEY DISPUTES.
MOTHER AND SON.

In the ciso of Dernelly v. Dernelly, which was heard in the County Court on Monday and yesterday, the plaintiff, Sarah Dernelly, a widow, sued James Edward Dernelly, a hawker, her son, and Fanny Dernelly, his wife for £128, portion of a sum of £275, which, it was alleged, had been entrusted to J. E. Dernelly for the use of the plaintiff; and also for an account respecting the £275. Mr A. H. Davis, instructed by Messrs. Westley and Dale appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Wesley, instructed In Mr W. S. Fergie, for the defendants.

The case for the plaintiff was that, up to May last, she resided with a married daughter at Northcote and then removed to the residence of her son, J. E. Dernelly, at Westgarth street Fitzroy. At that time she had about £420, balance of money left by her husband, who was lately deceased. She was in feeble health, and, as it was a troublesome matter for her to go to the Savings Bank at Fitzroy -- where she had £275 deposited -- whenever she wanted money, an arrangement was entered into by which the sum of £275 was transferred to her son's name, on the understand- ing that the money was to be used for her benefit. A piano was afterwards bought for £20, and a bedstead and bedding for £7, and £12 was lent to the female defendant. In October disagreements occurred and it was determined to put an end to the arrangement previously arrived at; but it was then found that there was only £60 left of the £275, and the defendant J. E. Dernelly, subsequently refused to give up anything. The plaintiff therefore brought her action to recover the £60 and the value of the piano and bedstead and bedding from her son, and also to recover the value of the piano and bedstead and bedding from her daughter-in-law, together with the £12 which had been lent her.

The defence was that neither the £60 nor the other things claimed were the property of the plaintiff as she made an absolute gift of the £275 to her son.

The case was heard before Judge Gaunt, and he found for the plaintiff on all points, with the exception of the application for an account of the £275 which, he said, it would be useless to grant. The verdict was £60 against James E. Dernelly, with specific delivery to plaintiff of the other goods, and costs for the plaintiff. Against Fanny Dernelly the verdict was for £12 and an order for the delivery of the piano to plaintiff, without costs.

Wednesday 9 February 1898
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic) page 6.


Death:
Sarah Kingston died on 26 June 1919 at Valiant Street, Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


Burial:
Sarah Kingston was buried on 27 June 1919 at Springvale, Victoria, Australia.

Children of Sarah Kingston and John Dernelley

James Edward Dernelley

ID# 9945, b. 13 August 1863, d. 30 June 1933
James Edward Dernelley
Birth:
James Edward Dernelley was born on 13 August 1863 at 199 Cambridge Street, Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


James Edward Dernelley was the son of John Dernelley and Sarah Kingston.

Residence:
in 1884 James Edward Dernelley lived at Collingwood, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


Marriage:
James Edward Dernelley married Frances Elizabeth Whistock, daughter of Edward Whistock and Ellen Salmon, on 12 November 1884 at Moor Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.



Note:
on 24 June 1892 at Melbourne, Victoria, Australia,
Prisoners reported as discharged
Gaol:           Castlemaine
Name:          Dernley, James, 192
Where tried:      Melbourne P.S.
When:          24 June 1892
Offence:          Larceny
Sentence:     3 months
Native of:     Victoria
Trade:           butcher
Born:           1863
Height:          5ft 6 1/2 in
Complexion:     dark
Hair:          dark
Eyes:          hazel
Remarks & previous convictions:     Scar on right elbow, scar on fleshy part of left arm. First conviction.
discharged:      5 Oct 1892.



Note:
in 1898
MONEY DISPUTES.
MOTHER AND SON.

In the ciso of Dernelly v. Dernelly, which was heard in the County Court on Monday and yesterday, the plaintiff, Sarah Dernelly, a widow, sued James Edward Dernelly, a hawker, her son, and Fanny Dernelly, his wife for £128, portion of a sum of £275, which, it was alleged, had been entrusted to J. E. Dernelly for the use of the plaintiff; and also for an account respecting the £275. Mr A. H. Davis, instructed by Messrs. Westley and Dale appeared for the plaintiff, and Mr Wesley, instructed In Mr W. S. Fergie, for the defendants.

The case for the plaintiff was that, up to May last, she resided with a married daughter at Northcote and then removed to the residence of her son, J. E. Dernelly, at Westgarth street Fitzroy. At that time she had about £420, balance of money left by her husband, who was lately deceased. She was in feeble health, and, as it was a troublesome matter for her to go to the Savings Bank at Fitzroy -- where she had £275 deposited -- whenever she wanted money, an arrangement was entered into by which the sum of £275 was transferred to her son's name, on the understand- ing that the money was to be used for her benefit. A piano was afterwards bought for £20, and a bedstead and bedding for £7, and £12 was lent to the female defendant. In October disagreements occurred and it was determined to put an end to the arrangement previously arrived at; but it was then found that there was only £60 left of the £275, and the defendant J. E. Dernelly, subsequently refused to give up anything. The plaintiff therefore brought her action to recover the £60 and the value of the piano and bedstead and bedding from her son, and also to recover the value of the piano and bedstead and bedding from her daughter-in-law, together with the £12 which had been lent her.

The defence was that neither the £60 nor the other things claimed were the property of the plaintiff as she made an absolute gift of the £275 to her son.

The case was heard before Judge Gaunt, and he found for the plaintiff on all points, with the exception of the application for an account of the £275 which, he said, it would be useless to grant. The verdict was £60 against James E. Dernelly, with specific delivery to plaintiff of the other goods, and costs for the plaintiff. Against Fanny Dernelly the verdict was for £12 and an order for the delivery of the piano to plaintiff, without costs.

Wednesday 9 February 1898
The Argus (Melbourne, Vic) page 6.


Death:
James Edward Dernelley died on 30 June 1933 at Eye & Ear Hospital, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 69 years, 10 months and 17 days.


Burial:
James Edward Dernelley was buried on 3 July 1933 at Coburg, Victoria, Australia.

Occupation:
between 1867 and 1884 James Edward Dernelley was a Butcher.

Occupation:
in February 1887 James Edward Dernelley was a Groom at the bus stables
19 February 1887      Fitzroy City Press (Victoria.)

Children of James Edward Dernelley and Frances Elizabeth Whistock

Frances Elizabeth Whistock

ID# 9946, b. 1867, d. 16 November 1944
Frances Elizabeth Whistock was also recorded as Fanny Whisstock.
From 1884, her married name was Dernelley.
Birth:
Frances Elizabeth Whistock was born in 1867 at Williamstown, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


Frances Elizabeth Whistock was the daughter of Edward Whistock and Ellen Salmon.

Residence:
in 1884 Frances Elizabeth Whistock lived at Carlton, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.


Marriage:
Frances Elizabeth Whistock married James Edward Dernelley, son of John Dernelley and Sarah Kingston, on 12 November 1884 at Moor Street, Fitzroy, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.



Note:
in 1906
Mrs Fanny Dernelly charged her brother-in-law, Alfred Victor Dernelly, with having assaulted her.
Alfred Victor Dernelly was subject to fits.

see:The Argus (Melbourne, Vic) Tuesday 2 October 1906 page 6.


Death:
Frances Elizabeth Whistock died on 16 November 1944 at 14 Clifton Street, Clifton Hill, Collingwood, Victoria, Australia, at age 77 years.


Burial:
Frances Elizabeth Whistock was buried on 18 November 1944 at Coburg, Victoria, Australia.

Occupation:
in 1884 Frances Elizabeth Whistock was a Machinist.

Children of Frances Elizabeth Whistock and James Edward Dernelley

Phoebe Sarah Dernelley

ID# 9947, b. 1865, d. 30 August 1940
From about 1886, her married name was Yeomans.
Birth:
Phoebe Sarah Dernelley was born in 1865 at Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.


Phoebe Sarah Dernelley was the daughter of John Dernelley and Sarah Kingston.

Marriage:
Phoebe Sarah Dernelley married Richard William Yeomans about 1886.


Death:
Phoebe Sarah Dernelley died on 30 August 1940 at 55 Beaconsfield Parade, Croston, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, at age 75 years.

Clara Rose Dernelley

ID# 9948, b. 1867
From 1891, her married name was Watts.
Birth:
Clara Rose Dernelley was born in 1867 at Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.


Clara Rose Dernelley was the daughter of John Dernelley and Sarah Kingston.

Marriage:
Clara Rose Dernelley married William Watts in 1891 at Victoria, Australia.

William Watts

ID# 9949, b. about 1867, d. 1891
Birth:
William Watts was born about 1867.


Death:
William Watts died in 1891.


Marriage:
William Watts married Clara Rose Dernelley, daughter of John Dernelley and Sarah Kingston, in 1891 at Victoria, Australia.

Ada Jane Dernelley

ID# 9950, b. 1868
From 1892, her married name was Glannan.
Birth:
Ada Jane Dernelley was born in 1868 at Collingwood, Victoria, Australia.


Ada Jane Dernelley was the daughter of John Dernelley and Sarah Kingston.

Marriage:
Ada Jane Dernelley married Patrick Glannan in 1892 at Victoria, Australia.

Children of Ada Jane Dernelley and Patrick Glannan