Joseph Dearnaley

ID# 11801, b. 11 June 1911, d. 1983
Birth:
Joseph Dearnaley was born on 11 June 1911 at Manchester, Lancashire.


Death:
Joseph Dearnaley died in 1983 at age 71 years.

Joseph Dearnley

ID# 11802, b. 10 April 1768
Joseph Dearnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Joseph Dearnley was born about March 1768 at Snaith, Yorkshire.


Baptism:
Joseph Dearnley was baptised on 10 April 1768 at Snaith, Yorkshire.


Joseph Dearnley was the son of Joseph Dearnley and Mary Motherby.

Joseph Dearnley

ID# 11803, b. about 1720, d. January 1800
Joseph Dearnley was also recorded as Joseph Deanly.
He was also recorded as Joseph Deanley.
He was also recorded as Joseph Deynley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

This Joseph did look like the Joseph D who married Hannah Mabson in 1775, and Hannah Smith in 1784.
see Joseph Dearnley
Both had sons who were mariners in London (Thomas and John Smith D).
Mary Motherby died in 1774, so that fits with the argument for there being one Joseph with 3 marriages 1757, 1775, 1784. But this involves Joseph changing from tailor and mercer, to butler, to innkeeper. Innkeeper is often a second career so this doesn't unduly worry me, although tailor to butler is a little more strange!

A burial of a Joseph Darnley taylor, aged 80, at Doncaster on 26 Jan 1800 has been found. We know that William, the son of Joseph (of Snaith), was in Doncaster in 1800. So this appears to exclude the above proposed match.
-JAD

Snaith is 29 miles E.S.E. of Leeds.



Note:

A number of the family were recorded as 'Deanley / Deanly / Deynley / Denley'.

Another similarly named family in Snaith is William Dawnley (1665-), son of John.
see William Dawnley

Ther is also a William Denley who was buried at Snaith 3 Dec 1807 (possibly a brother/son of Joseph).


Birth:
Joseph Dearnley was born about 1720 at Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Joseph Dearnley married Mary Motherby, daughter of Thomas Motherby and Elizabeth (?), on 21 February 1757 at Snaith, Yorkshire.


Residence:
in 1758 Joseph Dearnley lived at Snaith, Yorkshire.



Note:
in 1758
Feoffment - ref. YM/D/SNA/VII/3 - date: 10 January 1758
Thomas Breasley of Snaith, innholder; Joseph Dearnley of Snaith, tailor and Mary his wife (one of the daughters and coheirs of Thomas Motherby late of Snaith, tailor, deceased); Elizabeth Motherby of Snaith, widow of Thomas Motherby, deceased; Edward Walsh of Ferrybridge, mercer and tailor; [?] of [?], yeoman.
Moiety of parcel of ground lately enclosed in Snaith Marsh, containing 2 acres 34 poles, allotted to Elizabeth Motherby in lieu of common by virtue of her ownership of a house in Snaith, late Thomas Motherby's, abutting on the road from Snaith to Carlton Ferry on the east, the allotment of John Simpson on the west, the River Aire to the north, and the allotment of Breaslay to the south.
Refers to mortgage having been made and Breasley having acquired a full interest in the term, but Dearnley and his wife wished to sell.
Lands to be held by [ ?] as trustee for Walsh, the freehold also being conveyed to Walsh.
Covenants of unencumbrance by Breasley, and by Dearnleys and Motherby; for a fine sur conuzance de droit come ceo etc, to be levied by Dearnleys to Walsh during next Hilary Term or any subsequent Term; assurance of title; unencumbrance (except for term of the mortgage).
£20 from Walsh to Breasley.
5s. from [? ] to Breasley.
£10 from Walsh to Dearnleys and Motherby.


Bargain and sale by lease and release YM/D/SNA/VII/5 22-23 May 1760
a. Lease: Edward Walsh of Ferrybridge, yeoman, and Elizabeth his wife, Joseph Dearnley of Snaith, tailor and mercer, and Mary his wife (a daughter and coheir of Thomas Motherby late of Snaith, tailor, deceased); Thomas Breasley of Snaith, innholder.
b. Release: Walsh and wife and Dearnley and wife as above, with Matthew Holmes of South Milford, parish of Sherburn, innholder; Breasley as above.
Moiety of parcel of ground lately enclosed in Snaith Marsh, containing 2 acres 34 poles, allotted to Elizabeth Motherby in lieu of common by virtue of her ownership of a house in Snaith, late Thomas Motherby's, abutting on the road from Snaith to Carlton Ferry on the east, the allotment of John Simpson on the west, the River Aire to the north, and the allotment of Breaslay to the south.
Covenants include levying of fine sur conuzance de droit come ceo etc, to Breasley and heirs or to Holmes and heirs; for peaceful possession by Breasley; unencumbrance; assurance of title to Breasley.
Lease: 5s. paid by Breasley to other parties.
Release: £40 to Walsh and wife.
5s. to Dearnley and wife.

http://www.a2a.org.uk/search/index.asp
search - 'Dearnley'
These documents are held at York University, Borthwick Institute of Historical Research.


Death:
Joseph Dearnley died in January 1800 at Doncaster, Yorkshire.


Burial:
Joseph Dearnley was buried on 26 January 1800 at Doncaster, Yorkshire,
Recorded as Joseph Darnley. Original age is hard to decipher from the Bishop's transcript, but the Borthwick Institute for Archives transcription gives "age: 80". Another transcription notes: "Old Age" (perhaps from another source). Both are on FindMyPast.

Occupation:
in 1758 Joseph Dearnley was a Tailor and Mercer.

Children of Joseph Dearnley and Mary Motherby

Joseph Dernaley

ID# 11804, b. about 1740
Joseph Dernaley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
He was also recorded as Joseph Dernaloy.

Note:

Possibly the Joseph D son of Edward & Elizabeth (Bray)
see Joseph Dernely.


Birth:
Joseph Dernaley was born about 1740 at Derbyshire.


Residence:
in 1765 Joseph Dernaley lived at Glossop, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
Joseph Dernaley married Sarah Olerenshaw on 17 January 1765 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
Jos[n/h] Dernaloy of Glossop & Sarah Oleronshaw of Glossop, by Licence.
Witnesses: Jno Bray; Robt Sheppard.

Sarah Olerenshaw

ID# 11805, b. about 1740
From 17 January 1765, her married name was Dernaley.
Birth:
Sarah Olerenshaw was born about 1740.


Residence:
in 1765 Sarah Olerenshaw lived at Glossop, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
Sarah Olerenshaw married Joseph Dernaley on 17 January 1765 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire,
Jos[n/h] Dernaloy of Glossop & Sarah Oleronshaw of Glossop, by Licence.
Witnesses: Jno Bray; Robt Sheppard.

Mary Wood

ID# 11807, b. about 1754
Mary Wood was also recorded as Molley (?)
From 15 October 1775, her married name was Dernaley.
From 15 October 1775, her married name was Dearnely.
From 15 October 1775, her married name was Dearneley.
From 15 October 1775, her married name was Dernally.
Birth:
Mary Wood was born about 1754.


Marriage:
Mary Wood married Joseph Dearnely, son of James Dernally and Mary Burgess, on 15 October 1775 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire,
Joseph Dernally Weaver & Mary Wood Spinster, both of the Parish of Stockport

both 'of the Parish of Stockport'
witness: William Darniley

Joseph signed as " Joseph Derniley."


Residence:
between 1777 and 1782 Mary Wood lived at Bredbury, Cheshire.


Residence:
in 1785 Mary Wood lived at Marple, Cheshire.

Children of Mary Wood and Joseph Dearnely

Hannah Wilson

ID# 11809, b. 1745, d. November 1783
From 1766, her married name was Mabson.
From 1 January 1776, her married name was Dearnley.
Birth:
Hannah Wilson was born in 1745.


Marriage:
Hannah Wilson married Thomas Mabson in 1766 at Leeds, Yorkshire.


Residence:
between 1767 and 1771 Hannah Wilson lived at Back Shambles, Leeds, Yorkshire,
Old Leeds - Briggate was the main street, running Northfrom the river Aire for about 500 yards. About half way up, Briggate broadened out to form the Market Place. At the top end there was a row of buildings in the middle of Briggate, so forming two narrow streets; the one on the East side was "Shambles", the one on the West side was "Back Shambles" Kirkgate ran from the Market Place, eastwards about 400 yards, to the parish church of St Peter.

(Shambles was the area used by the butchers; cattle would be driven in, slaughtered, cut up and sold).
source: Peter D Hall http://archiver.rootsweb.ancestry.com.


Residence:
in 1775 Hannah Wilson lived at Leeds, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Hannah Wilson married Joseph Dearnley on 31 December 1775 at St. Peter's Church, Leeds, Yorkshire,
Joseph Dearnley
Hannah Mabson     30
Allegation is mutilated - male age is missing.
Joseph signed his name as Dearnaley. One of the witness signatures looks like Wm Beverley. The other was Martha Cooper.


Death:
Hannah Wilson died in November 1783 at Back oth Shambles, Leeds, Yorkshire, at age 38 years.


Burial:
Hannah Wilson was buried on 11 November 1783 at St. Peter's Church, Leeds, Yorkshire,
recorded as: Hannah w of Joseph Dearnley.
Abode: Back oth Shambles.

Children of Hannah Wilson and Thomas Mabson

Joseph Dearnalley

ID# 11810, b. 2 April 1780
Joseph Dearnalley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Skelbrooke is bout 10 miles east of Crigglestone & 10 miles west of Thorne.


Birth:
Joseph Dearnalley was born in 1780 at Skelbrooke, Yorkshire.


Baptism:
Joseph Dearnalley was baptised on 2 April 1780 at Skelbrooke, Yorkshire.


Joseph Dearnalley was the son of John Dearnalley and Sarah (?)