Samuel Dearnally

ID# 11741, b. 20 April 1747
Samuel Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Samuel Dearnally was born about March 1747 at Lancashire.


Baptism:
Samuel Dearnally was baptised on 20 April 1747 at St. Michael's Church, Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.


Samuel Dearnally was the son of Peter Dearnely and Ellen (?)

Samuel Dearneley

ID# 11742, b. 1730, d. November 1816
Samuel Dearneley was also recorded as Samuel Dornely.
He was also recorded as Samuel Dernally.
He was also recorded as Samuel Dernely.
He was also recorded as Samuel Dernaly.
He was also recorded as Samuel Dornoly.
He was also recorded as Samuel Dearnoloy.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Beware - 2 marriages of Samuel D. to Mary Newton. One in 1754 & another in 1776.
see Samuel Dearnaley

There is also another Sanuel son of Samuel D around the same birth date in the Sandal Magna records.
see Samuel Dearnerley.



Note:

A puzzle has presented itself with the 1816 will of Samuel Dearneley of Crosscliffe, Glossop.

The co-executors were:
Samuel Dearneley of Hodge, Cheshire - Dyer (Samuel's nephew) see Samuel Dearneley
John Dearneley of Whitfield, Derbyshire - Schoolmaster (relationship unknown) see John Dearnaley
James Sheppard of Whitfield, Derbyshire - Clothier (neighbour)

There are currently two options for the presumed relationship of John D. of Whitfield, Schoolmaster to Samuel Dearneley of Crosscliffe.

Option 1:
Samuel Dearneley of Hadfield c.1703- (currently an 'end of line') is the same as Samuel Dearneley of Hadfield 1699-1761, the son of William and Mary of Hadfield.
     {Samuel Dearneley = Samuel Dearneley}
John D (schoolmaster) would then be a second cousin, one time removed. Common ancestors: Joseph Dearneley (1642-) and Elizabeth Hopwood.

Option 2:
Samuel Dearneley of Hadfield c.1703- (currently an 'end of line') is a brother of John D of Hadfield, Mottram then Woodhead, 1708-.
     {Samuel Dearneley is a brother of John Dearnaley}
John D (schoolmaster) would then be a first cousin, one time removed, of Samuel D. of Crosscliffe. Common ancestors: John Dearnaley (1682-) & Hanna.


There is a third option: John was known to Samuel by being a neighbour and a literate responsible person.


Birth:
Samuel Dearneley was born in 1730
Assumed from age stated on M.I.


Samuel Dearneley was the son of Samuel Dearneley and Unknown (?)

Residence:
in 1753 Samuel Dearneley lived at Glossop, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
Samuel Dearneley married Mary Newton on 20 August 1754 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
'Samuel Dornoly of Glossop, Butcher & Mary Newton of Glossop, Spinster. Banns: [?] & 7th & 14th July 1754. (NB signed Samuel Dearnoloy)'
Witnesses: Henry Hague, John Bowers

FamilySearch has this as Samuel Dornely & Mary Bowden.


Residence:
in 1790 Samuel Dearneley lived at Glossop, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
Samuel Dearneley married Deborah Whitworth, daughter of John Whitworth, on 26 September 1790 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
'Samuel Dearneley of Glossop & Deborah Garside of Glossop, by Licence.'
Witnesses: Henry Bray & Charles Winterbottom

Marriage Licence application shows:
Samuel dearneley aged 59, Widower
Deborah Garside aged 40, Widow.


Will:
Samuel Dearneley left a will on 17 November 1814.
Samuel Dearneley, Yeoman of Crosscliffe Glossop.
Will 17 Nov 1814

Mentioned:
my loving wife Deborah Dearnaley     
my brother Joseph Dearnaley

Robert Robinson and Sarah his wife see Robert Robinson     
my Niece Ellen Dearnaley (dau of brother Joseph) see Ellen Dearnely
Debora Robinson the Daughter of Robert Robinson see Deborah Robinson
Joseph Moss the son of Martha Moss
Mary the wife of John Livesley
Betty the wife of John Rolly
Martha the wife of Samuel Knott
The Children of the late James Robinson and Mary his wife both deceased
Betty Wood Daughter of William Wood
Hannah Wife of John Knott
Mary the wife of John Robinson
Jane the wife of John Bowzer

Executors:
Samuel Dearnaley son of my said brother (Joseph)
John Dearnaley - (relationship not stated) see John Dearnaley
James Sheppard my neighbour.


Death:
Samuel Dearneley died in November 1816 at Cross Cliffe, Glossop, Derbyshire, at age 86 years.


Burial:
Samuel Dearneley was buried on 10 November 1816 at Glossop Parish, Derbyshire,
Memorial Inscription
35 Interred th / - Mary the wife of / SAMUEL DEARNELEY of -/
- who departed this -/ December 25th 1785 in the / - year
of her age / Also the abovesaid SAMUEL/DEARNELEY who
died - / ?th 1816 Aged 86 years / Also DEBORAH his wife
who died Jan 4th 1811* aged / 69 years. Also JOSEPH / his
brother who died / February - / years.

* 1811 is clearly incorrect as Deborah was alive at the time of the writing of husband Sanmuel's will (Nov 1814).
'69' on the memorial should probably read '60' which would better with age at marriage.
Source: a page from the transcript of Glossop All Saints MIs (copy at Society of Genealogists)
Many thanks to Harriet Garfitt for digging this out.


Probate:
his estate was probated on 19 April 1817
Probate Affadavit
Executors:
     Samuel Dearneley of Hodge, Cheshire - Dyer see Samuel Dearneley
     John Dearneley of Whitfield, Derbyshire - School Master see John Dearnaley
     James Sheppard of Whitfield, Derbyshire - Clothier

Date of final settlement of payable duty: 1829.

Occupation:
in 1753 Samuel Dearneley was a Butcher.

Mary Newton

ID# 11743, b. about 1730, d. 25 December 1785
From 20 August 1754, her married name was Dernaly.
From 20 August 1754, her married name was Dearnoloy.
From 20 August 1754, her married name was Dearneley.
Birth:
Mary Newton was born about 1730.


Residence:
in 1753 Mary Newton lived at Glossop, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
Mary Newton married Samuel Dearneley, son of Samuel Dearneley and Unknown (?), on 20 August 1754 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
'Samuel Dornoly of Glossop, Butcher & Mary Newton of Glossop, Spinster. Banns: [?] & 7th & 14th July 1754. (NB signed Samuel Dearnoloy)'
Witnesses: Henry Hague, John Bowers

FamilySearch has this as Samuel Dornely & Mary Bowden.


Death:
Mary Newton died on 25 December 1785
Memorial Inscription
35 Interred th / - Mary the wife of / SAMUEL DEARNELEY of -/
- who departed this -/ December 25th 1785 in the / - year
of her age / Also the abovesaid SAMUEL/DEARNELEY who
died - / ?th 1816 Aged 86 years / Also DEBORAH his wife
who died Jan 4th 1811* aged / 69 years. Also JOSEPH / his
brother who died / February - / years.

* 1811 is clearly incorrect as Deborah was alive at the time of the writing of husband Sanmuel's will (Nov 1814).
'69' on the memorial should probably read '60' which would better with age at marriage.
Source: a page from the transcript of Glossop All Saints MIs (copy at Society of Genealogists)
Many thanks to Harriet Garfitt for digging this out.


Burial:
Mary Newton was buried on 28 December 1785 at All Saints, Glossop, Derbyshire,
Recorded as Mary Dearnely of Hadfield, aged 53 & wife of Samuel, died 25 Dec 1785, buried at All Saints, Glossop - 28 Dec 1785.

Samuel Dernaley

ID# 11744, b. about 1735
Samuel Dernaley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Perhaps Samuel D, the son of Jonathan, who may have raised a family in Simmondley/Glossop.
see Samuel Dernely.


Birth:
Samuel Dernaley was born about 1735.


Residence:
in 1764 Samuel Dernaley lived at Saddleworth, Yorkshire,
Uncertain:
'Samuel Dernaley of [Saddleworth], Clothier & Dorothy Buckley. Banns: 12th, 19th & 26th August 1764.'


Marriage:
Samuel Dernaley married Dorothy Buckley on 23 September 1764 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
Samuel Dernaley of [Saddleworth], Clothier & Dorothy Buckley, spinster. Banns: 12th, 19th & 26th August 1764.
Witnesses: Jno Bray; Jas Goddard.

Occupation:
in 1764 Samuel Dernaley was a Clothier.

Dorothy Buckley

ID# 11745, b. about 1735
From 23 September 1764, her married name was Dernaley.
Birth:
Dorothy Buckley was born about 1735.


Marriage:
Dorothy Buckley married Samuel Dernaley on 23 September 1764 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
Samuel Dernaley of [Saddleworth], Clothier & Dorothy Buckley, spinster. Banns: 12th, 19th & 26th August 1764.
Witnesses: Jno Bray; Jas Goddard.

Samuel Dernally

ID# 11746, b. May 1767, d. before October 1834
Samuel Dernally was also recorded as Samuel Derniley.
He was also recorded as Samuel Dennerly.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

FamilySearch shows the children (John, Fanny & James) as being baptised in Dec 1823.
Fanny was baptized as Fanny Dennerly although she was by then Fanny Columbine.



Note:

The link between Samuel son of Peter & Jemimah, & Samuel husband of Betty Pownall is based on time & place only.


Birth:
Samuel Dernally was born in May 1767 at Stockport, Cheshire.


Samuel Dernally was the son of Peter Dernally and Jemimah Etchells.

Baptism:
Samuel Dernally was baptised on 13 June 1767 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire.


Marriage:
Samuel Dernally married Betty Pownall on 3 December 1789 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire,
Samuel Dernally of this Parish Hatter & Betty Pownall of the s'd Par. Spinster
witness: James Clarkson.


Residence:
in 1790 Samuel Dernally lived at Stockport, Cheshire.



Note:
between 1792 and 1798
I suspect we are missing some children here one of whom may be Hannah D who married James Heaps.
Samuel & Betty's known children were not baptised until 1823, so it is unlikely that other children's baptismal records will be found.
Also, no other children are mentioned in Betty (Pownall) Dernally's will.
- MED

see Hannah Dearnelly.


Death:
Samuel Dernally died before October 1834.

Occupation:
in 1789 Samuel Dernally was a Hatter.

Children of Samuel Dernally and Betty Pownall

Betty Pownall

ID# 11747, b. about 1767, d. 2 April 1835
Betty Pownall was also recorded as Elizabeth.
From 3 December 1789, Betty Pownall was also recorded as Dennerley.
From 3 December 1789, her married name was Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 3 December 1789, her married name was Dennerly.
From 3 December 1789, her married name was Dennerly.
From 3 December 1789, her married name was Dernally.
Birth:
Betty Pownall was born about 1767
In Elizabeth's will she refers to an inheritance she has received from William Downall.
Downall=Pownall? - JAD.


Marriage:
Betty Pownall married Samuel Dernally, son of Peter Dernally and Jemimah Etchells, on 3 December 1789 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire,
Samuel Dernally of this Parish Hatter & Betty Pownall of the s'd Par. Spinster
witness: James Clarkson.


Will:
Betty Pownall left a will on 7 October 1834 at Stockport, Cheshire.
The Will of Elizabeth Dennerley, Stockport
This is the Last Will and Testament
of Me Elizabeth Dennerley of Stockport in the County
of Chester Widow made and published this Seventh
day of October in the year of our Lord one thousand
eight hundred and thirty four in manner and form
following / that is to say / I will and direct that all my
just debts funeral expenses and the Charges of the Probate
of this my Will be in the first place paid off and discharged
by my Executrix and Executors hereinafter named out of my
personal estate I Give and bequeath unto my daughter Fanny
Columbine all my household goods, and furniture and
all my clothes, and wearing apparel for her own use
and benefit absolutely I Give and Devise unto my three
Children namely John Dennerly, Fanny Columbine, and
James Dennerly, their heirs and assigns All these my
two several Messuages or Dwellinghouses and premises
situate in Union Street in Stockport aforesaid and also
All and singular other my real Estate whatsoever and
wheresoever To Hold the same unto them my said
three children John, Fanny, and James, their heirs and
assigns for ever as Tenants in common and not as
joint Tenants I Give and bequeath unto them my
said three children John, Fanny, and James their
executors and administrators All my ready money, Money
out at Interest, Money to be received under the Will of the
late William Downall, and the residue and remainder
of my personal Estate and Effects whatsoever and
wheresoever to be equally divided between them my said three
children John, Fanny, and James, for their own use and
benefit share and share alike Provided Always and it
is my Will and Mind That if any of my said three
children John, Fanny, and James should happen to Die
in my life time Then and in such case I do hereby
declare that the part or share of him or her so dying
of and in my said Real Estate, Money, and personal

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Estate shall go to and I do hereby Give devise and bequeath
the same according unto All and every the Child and
Children of him my said son John share and share alike
To hold so far as regards my said Real Estate unto them their
heirs and assigns for ever as tenants in common and not as joint
tenants. And I do hereby order and direct my Executrix
and Executors hereinafter named to reimburse and pay
themselves all expenses which they shall be put unto in
the execution of this my Will and that they shall not be
answerable or accountable for more monies than shall come to
their hands respectively nor for any involuntary loss or
misfortune which may happen thereto nor shall the one
of them be answerable or accountable for the acts receipts
neglects or defaults of the other of them but each of them
for his and her own respective acts receipts neglects and
Defaults only. And Lastly I do hereby nominate
constitute and appoint my said three children John, Fanny
and James Executrix and executors of this my Will and
hereby revoking and making void all former and other
Will and Wills by me at any time hereunto made I
declare this alone to be my last Will and Testament
In Witness whereof I the said Elizabeth Dennerley the
Testatrix have hereunto set my hand and seal the
Day and Year first before written #

Signed sealed published and          |
declared by the within named          |
Elizabeth Dennerley the Testatrix     |          
as and for her last Will and          |          her mark
Testament in the presence of us who     |     Elizabeth X Dennerley
at her request in her presence and     |          and Seal
in the presence of each other have     |
hereunto subscribed our names as     |
Witness to attest the same          |

J Chetham
William Turner
Wm Smith

The eighteenth day of August
1835
John Dennerly, Fanny
Columbine, and James
Dennerley the Executors and
Executrix in the Will
named, were sworn in
common form, and they
further made oath that
the personal Estate and
Effects of the Testatrix
within the Diocese of Chester
were under the value of
£ 300.00
before me
     Thomas Middleton
     Surrogate

The Testatrix died the
second day of April 1835

Probate issued
Dated 18th Augt 1835

transcribed by Mark Dearnley
January 2012.


Death:
Betty Pownall died on 2 April 1835 at Stockport, Cheshire.


Probate:
her estate was probated on 18 August 1835.

Children of Betty Pownall and Samuel Dernally

Deborah Whitworth

ID# 11749, b. June 1749, d. 4 January 1815
From 31 December 1771, her married name was Garside.
From 26 September 1790, her married name was Dearneley.
From 26 September 1790, Deborah Whitworth was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Deborah Whitworth was born in June 1749.


Deborah Whitworth was the daughter of John Whitworth.

Baptism:
Deborah Whitworth was baptised on 23 July 1749 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire,
father: John Whitworth.


Marriage:
Deborah Whitworth married Thomas Garside on 31 December 1771 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire.


Residence:
in 1790 Deborah Whitworth lived at Glossop, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
Deborah Whitworth married Samuel Dearneley, son of Samuel Dearneley and Unknown (?), on 26 September 1790 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
'Samuel Dearneley of Glossop & Deborah Garside of Glossop, by Licence.'
Witnesses: Henry Bray & Charles Winterbottom

Marriage Licence application shows:
Samuel dearneley aged 59, Widower
Deborah Garside aged 40, Widow.


Death:
Deborah Whitworth died on 4 January 1815 at Cross Cliffe, Glossop, Derbyshire, at age 65 years and 7 months.


Burial:
Deborah Whitworth was buried on 7 January 1815 at Glossop Parish, Derbyshire,
Recorded as Deborah Dearneley; age 69; buried 7 Jan 1815.
Probably died 4 Jan 1815 (see below).

Memorial Inscription
35 Interred th / - Mary the wife of / SAMUEL DEARNELEY of -/
- who departed this -/ December 25th 1785 in the / - year
of her age / Also the abovesaid SAMUEL/DEARNELEY who
died - / ?th 1816 Aged 86 years / Also DEBORAH his wife
who died Jan 4th 1811* aged / 69 years. Also JOSEPH / his
brother who died / February - / years.

* 1811 is clearly incorrect as Deborah was alive at the time of the writing of husband Sanmuel's will (Nov 1814).
'69' on the memorial should probably read '60' which would better with age at marriage.
Source: a page from the transcript of Glossop All Saints MIs (copy at Society of Genealogists)
Many thanks to Harriet Garfitt for digging this out.

Child of Deborah Whitworth and Thomas Garside

Samuel Dearnelly

ID# 11750, b. 16 March 1800
Samuel Dearnelly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Samuel Dearnelly was born in 1800 at Lancashire.


Baptism:
Samuel Dearnelly was baptised on 16 March 1800 at St. James' Church, Didsbury, Lancashire.


Samuel Dearnelly was the son of Joseph Dearnelly and (?) (?)