Sarah Dearnally

ID# 11711, b. 1738
Sarah Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
She was also recorded as Sarah Darnelly.
From 30 September 1770, her married name was Matthewman.
Birth:
Sarah Dearnally was born in 1738 at Rotherham, Yorkshire.


Sarah Dearnally was the daughter of George Darnelly and Mary Eyre.

Baptism:
Sarah Dearnally was baptised on 17 November 1738 at Rotherham, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Sarah Dearnally married John Matthewman on 30 September 1770 at Rotherham, Yorkshire.

George Darnelly

ID# 11712, b. about 1713
George Darnelly was also recorded as George Darnaly.
He was also recorded as George Darnilove.
He was also recorded as George Darrenly.
He was also recorded as George Darneley.
He was also recorded as George Dearnally.
He was also recorded as George Darnally.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
George Darnelly was born about 1713.


Marriage:
George Darnelly married Mary Eyre on 14 November 1736 at Rotherham, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1743 George Darnelly lived at Rotherham, Yorkshire.

Children of George Darnelly and Mary Eyre

Sarah Dearnelly

ID# 11713, b. September 1723
Sarah Dearnelly was also recorded as Sarah Dearnley.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Sarah Dearnelly was born in September 1723 at Cumberworth, Yorkshire.


Sarah Dearnelly was the daughter of John Dearnalley and Esther Prince.

Baptism:
Sarah Dearnelly was baptised on 27 October 1723 at Cumberworth, Yorkshire,
'Sarah fil.Johanis Dearnelly 27: Oct:'
Bishop's transcripts Cumberworth 1723
not in index, but on previous page to sister Maria's entry.



Note:
on 30 July 1725
Yorkshire, England, Quarter Session Records, 1637-1914
Leeds 7th October 1725

Dearnley John & family

Upon appeal made by the Churchwardens and Overseers
of the poor of Thurstonland in the said Riding against an
order made by John Smyth and John Burton Esq(uir)es two
of his ma(jes)tys Justices of the peace for the said Riding
bearing date the thirtieth day of July last past for
removeing John Dearnley Ester his wife George Martha
John Joseph Sarah and Mary
their children from
Cumberworth in the said Riding to Thurstonland aforesaid
It is ordered the said order be confirmed.

William Creswick

ID# 11716, b. about 1660
William Creswick was also recorded as William Dreswick.
He was also recorded as Gulielmus Dreswick.
Birth:
William Creswick was born about 1660.


Marriage:
William Creswick married Sarah Dearneley, daughter of John Dearnely and Mary (?), on 15 February 1681 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
shown as 1680/81.

Children of William Creswick and Sarah Dearneley

Sarah Cuthill Dearnley

ID# 11717, b. 15 September 1820
Sarah Cuthill Dearnley was also recorded as Sarah Cuttell Dearnley.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Sarah Cuthill Dearnley was born on 15 September 1820 at Ward Place, Cartworth, Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire.


Sarah Cuthill Dearnley was the daughter of (?) (?) and Sena Dearnley.

Baptism:
Sarah Cuthill Dearnley was baptised on 22 October 1820 at Wesleyan, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire,
'Sarah Cuthill of Sena Dearnley of Ward Place in the Township of Cartworth in the Parish of Kirkburton Born Sep 15. Bapd Oct 22.'

Sena Dearnley

ID# 11718, b. about 1784
Sena Dearnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
She was also recorded as Sena Dearnaly.

Note:

Sena is probably a previously unknown daughter of John D & Mary Ellis. see John Dearnally
Alt. - Sena could perhaps be John's sister Sarah (1781-) see Sarah Dearnelly

Evidence:
1. Both of Sena's children were born at 'Ward Place' (1803 & 1820).
2. Mary Ellis in 1841 census with next entry listed as Ward Place. see John Dearnally
3. Thomas Dearnley, son of Mary Ellis, lived at Ward Place in 1815. see Thomas Dearnley
4. Lydia Kay, wife of Thomas and d-in-l of Mary Ellis, of ‘Ware Place’ at 1820 burial. see Lydia Kay
- Janet A Davies.


Birth:
Sena Dearnley was born about 1784.


Residence:
in August 1803 Sena Dearnley lived at Ward Place, Cartworth, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in August 1820 Sena Dearnley lived at Ward Place, Cartworth, Yorkshire.

Child of Sena Dearnley

Child of Sena Dearnley and (?) (?)

Jonas Dearnley Taylor

ID# 11719, b. 19 January 1829, d. 3 September 1902
Jonas Dearnley Taylor was also recorded as Jonas Darnley Taylor.

Note:

co-founder and first secretary of the Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society

In December 1852 a small group of men gathered in the Old Cock Inn, Halifax. Their mission was to set up an investment and loan society, for the mutual benefit of local working people. Those with spare cash could invest it; others could then borrow, using the funds to buy or build a house. Lenders would get interest on their savings, borrowers would pay it.

By Christmas that year the Halifax Permanent Benefit Building Society was formally established. Rules were drawn up, and a Chairman, Trustees and Directors appointed. Office space was rented in the Old Market, and an advertisement placed in the Halifax Guardian.

Amongst the founding fathers were John Fisher, a local bank manager; Jonas Dearnley Taylor, a solicitor's clerk; and Esau Hanson, a textile manufacturer. All three played a pivotal role in our early history. Fisher was elected first President and Taylor named Secretary, serving in that capacity for nearly 50 years. Then, on 26th May 1853, Hanson became the first person ever granted a mortgage by the Halifax. He borrowed £121 to buy land on St. John's Lane, a site which, ironically enough, now forms part of the Halifax's Head Office!


He and his wife lived in Springfield, Halifax, Yorkshire

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Victorian and Edwardian Britain p. 134

The distinction between practitioners and employees was, in this period, as it still is today, sometimes blurred. Some accountants, though remaining in practice, clearly devoted much of their time to a single client. For example, Jonas Dearnley Taylor was in practice as J.D. Taylor & Co., Halifax, when, as secretary, he took the minutes of the first meeting of the Halifax Building Society in 1852 (Hobson, 1953: 16). At the annual meeting of the Society, held fifty years later, the president described Taylor as 'really the founder of the Society' (Hobson, 1953: 53). He was its chief executive between 1853 and 1902, and 'it was chiefly owing to his organising ability, his persevering efforts, his power of concentration and his strict integrity that it now stood in a higher position than ever before' (Hobson, 1953: 53). A director of the Halifax described Taylor 'as having a genius for organisation. In particular he had a talent for book-keeping and patented several labour-saving devices in that connection' (Hobson 1953; 56). But Taylor remained in practice, 'which in the early days of the Society must have provided him with the greater part of his means of subsistence' (Hobson, 1953: 56). Unsurprisingly, his work at the Halifax meant that he took little part in his accountancy firm's activities in later years, leaving this to his son.


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Birth:
Jonas Dearnley Taylor was born on 19 January 1829 at Skircoat, Halifax, Yorkshire.


Jonas Dearnley Taylor was the son of William Taylor and Susannah Dearnley.

Baptism:
Jonas Dearnley Taylor was baptised on 5 April 1829 at Halifax, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Jonas Dearnley Taylor married Martha Ann Eastwood, daughter of Thomas Eastwood, on 21 April 1848 at St. John the Baptist, Halifax, Yorkshire,
Jonas Dearnley Taylor 20 Bachelor, Lawyer's Clerk res: Skircoat fa: William Taylor, Clothier
Martha Ann Eastwood 23 Spinster, --- res: Halifax fa: Thomas Eastwood, Cloth dresser
Both signed
Witnesses: James Broadbent & Susanna Eastwood.


Marriage:
Jonas Dearnley Taylor married Ellen Sarah Hill, daughter of John Hill, on 7 September 1894 at St Paul's Onslow Square, St Pauls South Kensington Parish, London,
Jonas Dearnley Taylor 65 Widower, Chartered Accountant res: Bailey's Hotel, Gloucester Road fa: William Taylor (deceased), Woollen Manufacturer
Ellen Sarah Hill 36 Spinster, --- res: 94 Fulham Road fa: John Hill (deceased), Butcher
Both signed
Witnesses: William Krosy(?) & Edward J. Hill.


Death:
Jonas Dearnley Taylor died on 3 September 1902 at Bridlington, Yorkshire, at age 73 years, 7 months and 15 days.


Burial:
Jonas Dearnley Taylor was buried about 10 September 1902 at Lister Lane Cemetery, Halifax, Yorkshire,

Jonas Dearnley Taylor appeared in the 1841 census at
King Cross, Skircoat, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
TAYLOR, Wm 35 Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Susannah 35 Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Jonas 13 Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Joseph 9 Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Mary 6 Yorkshire
BLACKBURN, Sidney 15 Yorkshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 1304 Book/Folio: 3/30 Page: 27
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: Halifax
Civil Parish: Halifax
Address: King Cross, Halifax, Skircoat County: Yorkshire.



Jonas Dearnley Taylor appeared in the 1851 census at
10 Upper Brunswick Street, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 22 Solicitors General Clerk Skircoat, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha A Wife Mar 26 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Susannah Dau - 1mo - Halifax, Yorkshire
DIXON, Mary Servant Mar 22 House Serv Hatton, Cheshire
SMITH, Louisa J Visitor Unm 17 Dress Maker (App) Warley, Yorkshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2298 Folio: 158 Page: 34
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: Halifax
Enumeration District: 1G Ecclesiastical Parish: St James's Church
Municipal Borough: Halifax
Address: 10, Upper Brunswick Street, Halifax, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Jonas Dearnley Taylor appeared in the 1861 census at
64 Rhodes Street, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 32 Secretary To The Halifax Permanent Bright Building Skircoat, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha Ann Wife Mar 36 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, William B Son - 6 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Annie Dau - 3 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Louiza Dau - 1 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Susannah Mother - 56 Kept By Son Norland, Yorkshire
ASPINALL, Ann Servant Unm 18 House Servant Southowram, Yorkshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3279 Folio: 10 Page: 19
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: 4 Halifax
Ecclesiastical Parish: St James
Civil Parish: Halifax Municipal Borough: Halifax
Address: 64, Rhodes Street, Halifax, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Jonas Dearnley Taylor appeared in the 1871 census at
6 Milton Place, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1871:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head 42 Accountant Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha Ann Wife 46 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Susannah Dau 20 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, William D Son 16 (Apprentice Cotton Spinner) Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Annie Dau 13 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Louiza Dau 11 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha E Dau 7 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Alice M M Dau 6 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Thos F Son 4 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 4393 Folio: 24 Page: 41
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: Halifax
Enumeration District: 14 Civil Parish: Halifax
Municipal Borough: Halifax
Address: 6 Milton Place, Halifax, Yorkshire.



Jonas Dearnley Taylor appeared in the 1881 census at
6 Milton Place, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 52 Chartered Accountant Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha A Wife Mar 56 Wife to the above Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Annie Dau Sngl 23 Daur to the above Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha Ellen Dau Sngl 17 Daur to the above Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Alice M W Dau Sngl 16 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
AINGE, Annie W Grand-dau Sngl 4 - Halifax, Yorkshire
MILNER, Martha Servant Sngl 23 Housemaid Dom Barkisland, Yorkshire
HOLMES, Mary Servant Sngl 32 Cook Dom Stafford

Piece: 4400 Folio: 146 Page: 10
Registration District: Halifax Civil Parish: Halifax
Address: 6, Milton Place, Halifax, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Jonas Dearnley Taylor appeared in the 1891 census at
67 Savile Park Road, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 5 April 1891:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 62 Chartered Accountant Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha A Wife Mar 66 Partially Deaf Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha E Dau Sngl 27 - Halifax, Yorkshire
AINGE, Winifred E Granddau - 13 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
SMITH, Lillie Servant Sngl 24 Domestc Servant Housemaid Lincoln, Lincolnshire

RG number: RG12 Piece: 3590 Folio: 36 Page: 30
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: Halifax
Enumeration District: 24 Ecclesiastical Parish: Holy Trinity
Civil Parish: Halifax Municipal Borough: Halifax
Address: 67, Savile Park Road, Halifax, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Jonas Dearnley Taylor appeared in the 1901 census at
67, (Spring Field), Savile Park Road, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 31 March 1901:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 72 Secretary To Building Society Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Ellen S Wife Mar 42 - Southall, Middlesex
MARTIN, Ann E Servant Sngl 39 Housemaid Domestic Kilinwick Percy, Yorkshire
NEWTON, Mary E Servant Sngl 32 Cook Domestic Wigton, Cumberland

RG number: RG13 Piece: 4125 Folio: 57 Page: 4
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: Halifax
Enumeration District: 52 Ecclesiastical Parish: Halifax Holy Trinity
Civil Parish: Halifax
Address: 67, (Spring Field), Savile Park Road, Halifax, Yorkshire (West riding.)


Children of Jonas Dearnley Taylor and Martha Ann Eastwood

Martha Ann Eastwood

ID# 11720, b. 1824, d. before 1893
From 21 April 1848, her married name was Taylor.
Birth:
Martha Ann Eastwood was born in 1824 at Halifax, Yorkshire.


Martha Ann Eastwood was the daughter of Thomas Eastwood.

Marriage:
Martha Ann Eastwood married Jonas Dearnley Taylor, son of William Taylor and Susannah Dearnley, on 21 April 1848 at St. John the Baptist, Halifax, Yorkshire,
Jonas Dearnley Taylor 20 Bachelor, Lawyer's Clerk res: Skircoat fa: William Taylor, Clothier
Martha Ann Eastwood 23 Spinster, --- res: Halifax fa: Thomas Eastwood, Cloth dresser
Both signed
Witnesses: James Broadbent & Susanna Eastwood.


Death:
Martha Ann Eastwood died before 1893.

Martha Ann Eastwood appeared in the 1851 census at
10 Upper Brunswick Street, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 22 Solicitors General Clerk Skircoat, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha A Wife Mar 26 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Susannah Dau - 1mo - Halifax, Yorkshire
DIXON, Mary Servant Mar 22 House Serv Hatton, Cheshire
SMITH, Louisa J Visitor Unm 17 Dress Maker (App) Warley, Yorkshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2298 Folio: 158 Page: 34
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: Halifax
Enumeration District: 1G Ecclesiastical Parish: St James's Church
Municipal Borough: Halifax
Address: 10, Upper Brunswick Street, Halifax, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Martha Ann Eastwood appeared in the 1861 census at
64 Rhodes Street, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 32 Secretary To The Halifax Permanent Bright Building Skircoat, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha Ann Wife Mar 36 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, William B Son - 6 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Annie Dau - 3 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Louiza Dau - 1 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Susannah Mother - 56 Kept By Son Norland, Yorkshire
ASPINALL, Ann Servant Unm 18 House Servant Southowram, Yorkshire

RG number: RG09 Piece: 3279 Folio: 10 Page: 19
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: 4 Halifax
Ecclesiastical Parish: St James
Civil Parish: Halifax Municipal Borough: Halifax
Address: 64, Rhodes Street, Halifax, Yorkshire (West Riding.)



Martha Ann Eastwood appeared in the 1871 census at
6 Milton Place, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 2 April 1871:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head 42 Accountant Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha Ann Wife 46 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Susannah Dau 20 - Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, William D Son 16 (Apprentice Cotton Spinner) Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Annie Dau 13 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Louiza Dau 11 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha E Dau 7 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Alice M M Dau 6 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Thos F Son 4 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 4393 Folio: 24 Page: 41
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: Halifax
Enumeration District: 14 Civil Parish: Halifax
Municipal Borough: Halifax
Address: 6 Milton Place, Halifax, Yorkshire.



Martha Ann Eastwood appeared in the 1881 census at
6 Milton Place, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 3 April 1881:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 52 Chartered Accountant Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha A Wife Mar 56 Wife to the above Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Annie Dau Sngl 23 Daur to the above Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha Ellen Dau Sngl 17 Daur to the above Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Alice M W Dau Sngl 16 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
AINGE, Annie W Grand-dau Sngl 4 - Halifax, Yorkshire
MILNER, Martha Servant Sngl 23 Housemaid Dom Barkisland, Yorkshire
HOLMES, Mary Servant Sngl 32 Cook Dom Stafford

Piece: 4400 Folio: 146 Page: 10
Registration District: Halifax Civil Parish: Halifax
Address: 6, Milton Place, Halifax, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Martha Ann Eastwood appeared in the 1891 census at
67 Savile Park Road, Halifax, Yorkshire.
On 5 April 1891:-

TAYLOR, Jonas D Head Mar 62 Chartered Accountant Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha A Wife Mar 66 Partially Deaf Halifax, Yorkshire
TAYLOR, Martha E Dau Sngl 27 - Halifax, Yorkshire
AINGE, Winifred E Granddau - 13 Scholar Halifax, Yorkshire
SMITH, Lillie Servant Sngl 24 Domestc Servant Housemaid Lincoln, Lincolnshire

RG number: RG12 Piece: 3590 Folio: 36 Page: 30
Registration District: Halifax Sub District: Halifax
Enumeration District: 24 Ecclesiastical Parish: Holy Trinity
Civil Parish: Halifax Municipal Borough: Halifax
Address: 67, Savile Park Road, Halifax, Yorkshire (West Riding.)


Children of Martha Ann Eastwood and Jonas Dearnley Taylor