John Dearnley was born in October 1806 at Wooldale, Yorkshire, England.
John Dearnley was the son of George Dearnley and Esther North.
John Dearnley was baptised on 2 November 1806 at Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, England.
John Dearnley died in July 1809 at Dalton, Yorkshire, England, at age 2 years and 9 months.
John Dearnley was buried on 10 July 1809 at Kirkheaton Church, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, England,
John Dearnley, of George, Dalton.
Kirkheaton Church Burials.
Joseph Dearnley was born on 27 January 1811 at Kirkheaton Parish, Yorkshire, England.
Joseph Dearnley was the son of George Dearnley and Esther North.
Joseph Dearnley was baptised on 24 February 1811 at St. John the Baptist, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, England,
Note: on 11 August 1840 at New York, New York, USA,
August 11th 1840
Der Wife and Brothers
I send these few lines to inform you that i hav landed safe and is in good helth and hopes it will meet you the same, the ship Silas Richard wee left (?) the dock on the 15th of June and laid in the rever(?) one week for a fair wind our voige was seareous(tedious / serious?) ther was maney irish men cathlicks wich behaved very unseemly(?) they stole our previsons all tho wee watched in the night time whe was short …….. for a fortnight and the pipas(?) fever was very strong on bord ther is 30 of them in the aspitle wee landed on saterday the 8th day of August the day i landed i unfortunately lost my watch busness is very slack at present and wages is very low and i hav not got work as yet, ham Der Wife very sorrey i left thee in difilcuties but first opertunity that i hav i will send the something
Der Wife the first letter that you send you must let me now how you are comming on and were thou art livving
Der Brothers you would lik to have herd from mee before now but would will (crossed out) understand where now the time i was on bord i hav met with Job (?) Wainhouse(?) he as been very sick for a long time and i have been with Henry Milner(?) hee is in better helth than the last time he rote i have seen peple that as been in all parts of the cuntery and as got information that and busness is very slack in every part i ham tring to get into a situation as soon as posable previserns(?) is very low but ……..is very high and not m(s?)uch …… as is speke of the climat is very hot
the Sifas (?) fever is very strong and some instances of the Collara give my my respects to all inquiring(?) frends i should like to now how your are in trade and when you rite to mee thes are the derections
Peter Bussey front Street No2(?) Sity of new york america
send as soon as posable
Yours respecting ever
August 11th 1840
Source: Richard Earnshaw
http://www.btinternet.com/~richard.earnshaw/mytree/aqwg47.htm#1810 (2013 - page no longer active)
Note: The 'pipas/Sifas' fever above was probably Typhus Fever
While the above letter has been attributed (by others) to this Joseph D. There may be another option.
There is a record of Joseph Darnley (age 26), labourer, arriving at New York from Liverpool on The Silas Richard on Aug 7th 1840. Described as from Ireland, intending to settle in Philadelphia.
Also see Joseph Dearnley
Ruth Moorhouse Dearnley
If one looks at the original sheet there does appear to be a tiny ditto, but it looks almost as if it has been added later. All the other D children of this era have baptism records but there is no Ruth Dearnley, whereas there are entries for Ruth Moorhouse that would fit. - JAD.
Ruth Moorhouse Dearnley was born between 1816 and 1821 at Yorkshire, England,
Ruth Moorhouse Dearnley was the daughter of George Dearnley and Esther Moorhouse.
Elijah Fitton was born about 1823.
Elijah Fitton married Maria Tinker, daughter of James Tinker and Elizabeth Moorhouse, about February 1851 at Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England.
Ann Dransfield was born in 1807 at Longley, Yorkshire, England.
Ann Dransfield was the daughter of Joseph Dransfield.
Ann Dransfield married Joseph Dearnley, son of Edward Dearnley, on 3 August 1838 at St. Mary's Church, Elland, Halifax R.D., Yorkshire, England,
Joseph Dearnley 27 Bachelor, Weaver res: Greetland fa: Edward Dearnley, finisher
Ann Dransfield 28 Spinster, --- res: Greetland fa: Joseph Dransfield, Weaver
Joseph signed & Ann made her mark
Witnesses: Leah Brearley & Ann Crowther.
Ann Dransfield died on 1 June 1883 at Little Carr Green, Dalton, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England, at age 76 years
Ann Dransfield was buried on 5 June 1883 at Kirkheaton Church, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, England,
Ann Dearnley, age 76, Widow of Joseph, abode Little Carr Green Dalton.
her estate was probated on 4 July 1883 at Wakefield, England,
The Will was proved by William Brook of Rawthorpe-lane Dalton Power Loom Tuner one of the Executors.
Personal Estate £159 16s.
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966.
Ann Elizabeth Everett
Ann Elizabeth Everett was born in 1867 at Dalton, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England.
Ann Elizabeth Everett was the daughter of Job Everett and Ellen Dearnley.
Ann Elizabeth Everett married Harry Earnshaw on 23 December 1905 at Christ Church, Mold Green, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England,
in the presence of: Joe Earnshaw (brother) and Mary Emma Rhodes Earnshaw (sister.)
Ann Elizabeth Everett was buried in 1909 at Kirkheaton Cemetery, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire, England.
Ann Elizabeth Everett died in 1909 at Yorkshire, England, at age 42 years.
Arthur Everett was born about 1878 at Dalton, Yorkshire, England.
Arthur Everett was the son of Job Everett and Ellen Dearnley.
Harriet Emma Everett
Harriet Emma Everett was born about 1875 at Dalton, Yorkshire, England.
Harriet Emma Everett was the daughter of Job Everett and Ellen Dearnley.
Harriet Emma Everett died in June 1888 at Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England.
Job Everett was born on 12 September 1844 at Fulstone, Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England.
Job Everett was baptised on 20 July 1845 at Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England.
Job Everett married Ellen Dearnley, daughter of Joseph Dearnley and Ann Dransfield, in June 1867 at Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England,
Huddersfield, Yorks 9a/487.
Job Everett died on 19 April 1905 at 11 Little Carr Green, Dalton, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England, at age 60 years, 7 months and 7 days.