Joseph Dearnally

ID# 11781, b. March 1730
Joseph Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
He was also recorded as Joseph Dernally.
Birth:
Joseph Dearnally was born in March 1730 at Honley, Yorkshire.


Joseph Dearnally was the son of John Dearnaly and Mary (?)

Baptism:
Joseph Dearnally was baptised on 22 March 1730 at Almondbury, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1764 Joseph Dearnally lived at Honley Wood Bottom, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Joseph Dearnally married Hannah France on 2 February 1764 at Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire,
Joseph Dearnally of Honley Wood Bottom bachelor and Hannah France of Austonley spinster.

West Riding BMDs.



Note:
in 1773
Office holders in Honley from the Honley Town Book:
Constables
1773 Joseph Dearnley Woodbottom
(& his accounts dated 07 Jan 1774.)

Child of Joseph Dearnally and Hannah France

Joseph Darnelly

ID# 11783, b. February 1743
Joseph Darnelly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Joseph Darnelly was born in February 1743 at Yorkshire.


Joseph Darnelly was the son of George Darnelly and Mary Eyre.

Baptism:
Joseph Darnelly was baptised on 25 March 1743 at Rotherham, Yorkshire.

Joseph Dearnelly

ID# 11785, b. about 1727
Joseph Dearnelly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

The birth of wife Sarah in Thurstonland suggests to me that he could be from the Grange family who seem to have specialised in hiding from the PRs between the death of Roger in 1694 and Mary's illegitimate children in the mid C18th.
What we may have here is a surviving child of Roger & Mary, maybe Joseph, living on in Grange with at least one surviving child born in the early 1700s but not so far discovered. Mary of Grange and Joseph marrying Sarah Moss would then have been the next generation.
-IG
see Roger Dearnelly
see Mary Dearnelly

John D & Esther Prince had a son Joseph. This could be him. -JAD
see Joseph Dearnalley.


Birth:
Joseph Dearnelly was born about 1727.


Residence:
in 1759 Joseph Dearnelly lived at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Joseph Dearnelly married Sarah Moss, daughter of Isaac Moss, on 7 May 1759 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire,
Both "of this Parish" & both made their mark
Witnesses: ? Booth & Natt(?) Hill.


Residence:
in February 1766 Joseph Dearnelly lived at Snowgatehead, Yorkshire.

Sarah Moss

ID# 11786, b. 1728, d. February 1766
From 7 May 1759, her married name was Dearnelly.
Birth:
Sarah Moss was born in 1728 at Thurstonland, Yorkshire.


Sarah Moss was the daughter of Isaac Moss.

Baptism:
Sarah Moss was baptised on 22 April 1728 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire,
name: Sarah Moss; father: Isaac; abode: Thurstonland; parish: Kirkburton.


Residence:
in 1759 Sarah Moss lived at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Sarah Moss married Joseph Dearnelly on 7 May 1759 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire,
Both "of this Parish" & both made their mark
Witnesses: ? Booth & Natt(?) Hill.


Residence:
in February 1766 Sarah Moss lived at Snowgatehead, Yorkshire.


Death:
Sarah Moss died in February 1766 at Snowgatehead, Yorkshire, at age 38 years.


Burial:
Sarah Moss was buried on 2 February 1766 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire,
'Sarah wife of Joseph Dearnelly of Snowgatehead.'

Joseph Dernelly

ID# 11787, b. 2 June 1760
Joseph Dernelly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Joseph Dernelly was born in 1760 at Cheshire.


Baptism:
Joseph Dernelly was baptised on 2 June 1760 at The Tabernacle Hillgate-Independent, Stockport, Cheshire.


Joseph Dernelly was the son of John Dernally and Betty Herrod.

Joseph Dearnaley

ID# 11789, b. about 1740
Joseph Dearnaley was also recorded as Joseph Derneley.
Birth:
Joseph Dearnaley was born about 1740.


Residence:
in 1761 Joseph Dearnaley lived at Mottram-in-Longdendale Parish, Cheshire.


Marriage:
Joseph Dearnaley married Alice Harrop, daughter of Edmund Harrop, on 26 July 1761 at Mottram-in-Longdendale Parish, Cheshire,
Joseph Derneley     Husbandman
Alice Harrop     Spinster
Both 'of this Parish'
Witnesses: Stephen Fullalove & Thos Stead Jun'r
both 'made their mark' by writing their intials ie JD and AH

Banns were published 12, 19 & 26 July 1761.



Note:
in December 1780
Indications are that Joseph died before Dec 1780 (no husband named at Alice's burial).
Alice was aged 16 at her marriage to Joseph, so assuming that Joseph was a similar age, we are looking for Joseph D. born 1740-45 and who died died 1761-80.

Wife Alice was buried as 'Alice Dearnaley of Armfield' (i.e. Arnfield).
Arnfield is immediately north of Tintwistle, and the river to the south marked the (then) Derbyshire border. So, Joseph might have been from Cheshire or Derbyshire. Or even from Yorkshire, given the traffic along the Longdendale valley. But if he was a youngster llike Alice on marriage then I suspect he was a local. -JAD.

Occupation:
in 1761 Joseph Dearnaley was a Husbandman
Does this indicate that Joseph's father was no longer alive?
Wikipedia- A husbandman in England in the medieval and early modern period was a free tenant farmer or small landowner.

Alice Harrop

ID# 11790, b. March 1745, d. December 1780
Alice Harrop was also recorded as Alice Hanop.
From 26 July 1761, her married name was Derneley.
From 26 July 1761, her married name was Dearnaley.
From 26 July 1761, her married name was Derneley.
Birth:
Alice Harrop was born in March 1745 at Mottram, Cheshire.


Alice Harrop was the daughter of Edmund Harrop.

Baptism:
Alice Harrop was baptised on 11 April 1745 at Mottram, Cheshire,
Daughter of Edmund Harrop of Mottram.
The baptism is listed as Ann on findmypast, but the page has a corner turned and all one can make out is the 'A'. -JAD.



Note:
in 1757
Edmund Harrop of Arnfield died in 1757/59. His will is dated 1757 (findmypast) naming one of his daughters as Alice.


Residence:
in 1761 Alice Harrop lived at Mottram-in-Longdendale Parish, Cheshire.


Marriage:
Alice Harrop married Joseph Dearnaley on 26 July 1761 at Mottram-in-Longdendale Parish, Cheshire,
Joseph Derneley     Husbandman
Alice Harrop     Spinster
Both 'of this Parish'
Witnesses: Stephen Fullalove & Thos Stead Jun'r
both 'made their mark' by writing their intials ie JD and AH

Banns were published 12, 19 & 26 July 1761.


Death:
Alice Harrop died in December 1780 at Arnfield, Derbyshire, at age 35 years and 9 months.


Burial:
Alice Harrop was buried on 30 December 1780 at Mottram-in-Longdendale Parish, Cheshire,
Alice Dearnaley of Armfield (i.e. Arnfield.)