Joseph Dernelley was born in 1831 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Joseph Dernelley was the son of James Dernelly and Judith Walmsley.
Joseph Dernelley was baptised on 21 March 1832 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Joseph Dernelley married Sarah Fisher about November 1850 at Civil Marriage, Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Joseph Dernelley emigrated on 4 December 1857 to Melbourne, 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.
Note: between 1864 and 1878
Various Newspaper Cuttings:
Friday 5 February 1864 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic)
BUTCHERS.- WANTED, steady, useful LAD.
Can kill sheep, dress tripe, &c. Dernelley, Johnston-street, East Collingwood.
Tuesday 17 April 1866 The Argus (Melbourne, Vic)
BACON-CURER WANTED, who can roll, and slaughter pigs.
Dernelley, behind Northcote toll-gate.
Tuesday 6 November 1866 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
J. DERNELLEY. Bacon Curer. 772, Haymarket. Sides, Middles, and Colonial Rolled Bacon always on hand.
Saturday 25 January 1868 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
Brickfield-hill, is selling
Primo lamb, 2s 6d the side
Hind quarter of lamb, 1s 6d
Fore ditto ditto, 1s.
Tuesday 19 May 1868 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
TENDERS wanted for connecting CELLAR with MAIN SEWER.
Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. J. DERNELLEY, Brickfield-hill.
Wednesday 18 August 1869 Empire (Sydney, NSW)
To his Customers and the Public of Sydney.
J. D. desires to intimate to his Customers and the Public of Sydney in general
that he has reduced the prices of his Meat as follows :--
MUTTON. d. BEEF. d.
Whole sheep .. 1 Sirloin ..... 8
Half ditto .. 1 1/2 Ribs .. 2d to 2 1/2
Hind quarter '.. 1 1/2 Rump steak .. 3
Fore ditto . .. 1 Beefsteak .. 1 1/2
Chops .. 2 Corned beef.. 1 1/2
Corned leg .. 8 Boiled round beef.. 4
Corned fore quarter 6 Spiced beef .. 4
PORK. German sausages .. 4
Any joint .. 4 1/2 Tripe ..3
Pork sausage .. 4 VEAL
Any joint .. 3 1/2
No two prices charged at my shops, You know where they are, come and be your
own Judges of the quality.
18, South Head Road,
The ROCK of GIBRALTER
Which has been repeatedly stormed, but not yet taken.
Tuesday 18 April 1871 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
INSOLVENCY COURT - Monday
Joseph Dernelley, of South Head Road, Sydney, Liabilities, £5479 7s 9d Assets, £505 9s 11d.
Thursday 2 November 1871 Empire (Sydney, NSW)
INSOLVENCY COURT - Wednesday
Estate of Joseph Dernelley, an account current, showing the disposal of the realized assets.
Friday 30 August 1878 The Sydney Morning Herald (NSW)
WANTED, Sausage MACHINE - English make preferred. Dernelley, Oxford-street.
Joseph Dernelley married Ann Hillier Wilson, daughter of James Wilson, about 1871.
Joseph Dernelley died in February 1883 at 24 Burton Street, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, at age 52 years.
Joseph Dernelley was buried on 26 February 1883 at Waverley Cemetery, New South Wales, Australia.
Children of Joseph Dernelley and Sarah Fisher
Mary Ann Denerley
Mary Ann Denerley was born in 1854 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Mary Ann Denerley was the daughter of Phoebe Denerley.
Mary Ann Denerley became the step-daughter of Henry Tyson; about May 1866.
Mary Ann Denerley married Thomas Bailey on 24 December 1876 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Mary Ann Denerley died about September 1932 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Phoebe Denerley was born in 1833 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Phoebe Denerley was the daughter of James Dernelly and Judith Walmsley.
Phoebe Denerley was baptised on 14 July 1833 at Stockport, Cheshire, England,
Note: on 13 December 1840
Her mother/guardian is shown as Nancy Dornally. Could this be her grandmother?
Phoebe Denerley married Henry Tyson about May 1866 at Stockport R.D., Cheshire, England.
Phoebe Denerley died about June 1884 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Child of Phoebe Denerley
- Mary Ann Denerley b. 1854, d. abt Sep 1932
Rosannah Denerley was born on 4 May 1847 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Rosannah Denerley was the daughter of James Dernelly and Judith Walmsley.
Rosannah Denerley married William Henderson about May 1868 at St. Matthew's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Henry Tyson was born about December 1837 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Henry Tyson became the step-father of Mary Ann Denerley; about May 1866.
Henry Tyson married Phoebe Denerley, daughter of James Dernelly and Judith Walmsley, about May 1866 at Stockport R.D., Cheshire, England.
Judith Walmsley was born in 1809 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Judith Walmsley was baptised on 3 September 1809 at The Tabernacle, Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Judith Walmsley was the daughter of Joseph Walmsley and Ann (?)
Judith Walmsley married James Dernelly on 8 June 1829 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England,
James Dernelly bachelor of this Parish and this Town and Judith Walmsley spinster of this Parish and this Town
were married in this Church by Licence.
James Dernelly signed, as did Juideth (sic) Walmsley.
witnesses: George Whalley & James Wood.
Judith Walmsley died about March 1866 at Stockport R.D., Cheshire, England,
Edward Whistock married Ellen Salmon.
Edward Whistock was born about 1837.
Ellen Salmon married Edward Whistock.
Ellen Salmon was born about 1837.
William Henderson was born about 1847.
William Henderson married Rosannah Denerley, daughter of James Dernelly and Judith Walmsley, about May 1868 at St. Matthew's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England.