Ann Dearnelly

ID# 12112, b. 20 July 1794, d. May 1795
Ann Dearnelly was also recorded as Ann Dearneley.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Ann Dearnelly was born in June 1794 at Bradwall, Derbyshire.


Baptism:
Ann Dearnelly was baptised on 20 July 1794 at St. Peter's Church, Hope, Derbyshire.


Ann Dearnelly was the daughter of James Dearnelly and Ann Dakin.

Death:
Ann Dearnelly died in May 1795 at Bradwall, Derbyshire, at age 9 months.


Burial:
Ann Dearnelly was buried on 31 May 1795 at Hope, Derbyshire.

Hannah Dearnley

ID# 12114, b. 14 December 1792
Hannah Dearnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 25 August 1817, her married name was Stone.
Birth:
Hannah Dearnley was born on 14 December 1792 at Back 'oth' Shambles, Leeds, Yorkshire.


Hannah Dearnley was the daughter of Joseph Dearnley and Hannah Smith.

Baptism:
Hannah Dearnley was baptised on 25 January 1793 at St. Peter's Church, Leeds, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Hannah Dearnley married James Stone on 25 August 1817 at St. Dunstan and All Saints, Stepney, London, Middlesex,
Entry no: 106
'James Stone of this Parish & Hamlet of Poplar Bachelor & Hannah Dearnley of this Parish & same Hamlet Spinster were married in this Church by Banns'
James made his mark & Hannah signed
Witnesses: W H Brett & Mary Hicks

Entry no: 107
'William Henry Brett of this Parish & Hamlet of Poplar Bachelor & Sarah Dearnley of this Parish & same Hamlet Spinster were married in this Church by Banns'
Both signed
Witnesses: James Stone (his mark) & Mary Hicks.

Hannah Roebuck

ID# 12115, b. about 1764, d. September 1805
Hannah Roebuck was also recorded as Hannah Robuck.
From 10 May 1785, her married name was Dearnley.
From 10 May 1785, her married name was Dearneley.
From 10 May 1785, her married name was Dearnaly.
From 10 May 1785, her married name was Dearnally.
Birth:
Hannah Roebuck was born about 1764.


Residence:
in 1785 Hannah Roebuck lived at Hepworth, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Hannah Roebuck married Eli Dearnley on 10 May 1785
'Eli Dearnley of Scholes and Hannah Roebuck of Hepworth'
indexed with various spellings, but the actual record shows the above (corrected in the original version)
Both made their mark
Both of this Parish
Witnesses: James Hinchcliff & Jonas Wagstaff.


Death:
Hannah Roebuck died in September 1805 at Yorkshire.


Burial:
Hannah Roebuck was buried on 2 September 1805 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire,
Burial of Hannah wife of Ely Dearneley.

Children of Hannah Roebuck and Eli Dearnley

Eli Dearnley

ID# 12116, b. about 1764
Eli Dearnley was also recorded as Ely Dearneley.
He was also recorded as Eli Dearneley.
He was also recorded as Eli Dearnaly.
He was also recorded as Eli Dearnally.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

We currently have three (or four?) Eli D's around at this time, who could all be the same:
1. Eli Dearnelly married to Lydia Tinker (m.1776)
     Lydia died 1783
2. Eli Dearnley married to Hannah Roebuck (m.1785)
     Hannah died 1805
3. Eli Dearnally married to Hannah Castle (m.1809)

4. 1784 - 'The Banns of marriage between Eli Dearnally & Hannah Air both of Scholes in this Parish were published April 26th by B Kay.'
The rest of the marrigae record is empty, so presumably the marriage did not take place (at least at All Hallows, Kirkburton Parish)

The only argument against this is that on the marriage to Lydia Tinker, Eli signed his name as Eli Dearnly. On the marriage to Hannah Roebuck - 'Eli Dearnley his x mark'.
It's possible that it's the same Eli but the clerk in 1785 simply leapt to the conclusion that he was illiterate, wrote the name & told him to make his mark. - IG

There is another possibility for marriage #3 - an earlier marriage for the Eli D who married Sarah Naylor in 1812, although no suitable burial has yet been found.
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We may have some confusion here!



Note:

Bit of a long-shot, but there was an James D also married to a Roebuck around this time. Possible brother? Both were shown as 'Dearnley' at their marriage.
see James Dearnley.


Birth:
Eli Dearnley was born about 1764.


Residence:
between 1785 and 1805 Eli Dearnley lived at Scholes, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Eli Dearnley married Hannah Roebuck on 10 May 1785
'Eli Dearnley of Scholes and Hannah Roebuck of Hepworth'
indexed with various spellings, but the actual record shows the above (corrected in the original version)
Both made their mark
Both of this Parish
Witnesses: James Hinchcliff & Jonas Wagstaff.



Note:
in 1820
Possibly buried as 'Ely Dearnelly' 05 Nov 1820 Kirkburton (familysearch) - although there are other candidates for this. -JAD
e.g. Eli Deaneley.

Children of Eli Dearnley and Hannah Roebuck

Ann Dearnally

ID# 12119, b. 28 October 1792
Ann Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Perhaps the Ann D who married James Hobkin (Hopkin) in 1812. see Ann Dearnley
also perhaps the Ann D who had a daughter Hannah in 1811 at Stoney Bank. see Ann Dearnally.


Birth:
Ann Dearnally was born in September 1792 at Townend, Yorkshire.


Baptism:
Ann Dearnally was baptised on 28 October 1792 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire.


Ann Dearnally was the daughter of George Dearneley and Sarah Taylor.

Hannah Dearnelly

ID# 12120, b. 29 January 1791, d. December 1839
Hannah Dearnelly was also recorded as Hannah Darneley.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 21 May 1820, her married name was Heap.
From 21 May 1820, her married name was Heaps.
Birth:
Hannah Dearnelly was born on 29 January 1791 at Padfield, Derbyshire.


Hannah Dearnelly was the daughter of Joseph Dearneley and Martha Roberts.

Baptism:
Hannah Dearnelly was baptised on 31 January 1791 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
Hannah Dearnelly married James Heaps on 21 May 1820 at Cheadle, Cheshire,
both 'of this parish'
witness: Samuel Darneley.


Death:
Hannah Dearnelly died in December 1839 at Etchell Street, Stockport, Cheshire, at age 48 years and 10 months.


Burial:
Hannah Dearnelly was buried on 22 December 1839 at Stockport, Cheshire,
recorded as Hannah Heaps; abode Etchells Street; aged 45 years.
note: Etchells Street is off Tatton street where son William was living with Sarah (Clark) Dennerley in 1841.

Children of Hannah Dearnelly and James Heaps