Martha Dearnelly was born on 28 December 1804 at Yorkshire, England,
Martha Dearnelly was baptised on 12 May 1805 at Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England,
The page in question has a heading written in three different hands which says 'Holmfirth 1805 April 1804'. The person who had written in the earlier year continued to do so on subsequent pages. - JAD.
Martha Dearnelly was the daughter of Jonas Dearnelley and Grace Taylor.
Martha Dearneley was born on 22 June 1791 at Scholes, Yorkshire, England.
Martha Dearneley was the daughter of William Dearnelley and Hannah Moorhouse.
Martha Dearneley was baptised on 13 July 1791 at Lane Independent, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England.
- John Derneley (c.1699-)
Martha Dearnily was born about 1735 at Hyde, Cheshire, England.
Martha Dearnily was baptised on 16 April 1735 at Gee Cross Unitarian-Nc, Hyde, Cheshire, England.
Martha Dearnily was the daughter of John Derneley and Mary Houghton.
in 1771 Martha Dearnily lived at Levenshulme, Lancashire, England.
Martha Dearnily married John Knott on 2 February 1771 at Collegiate Church, Manchester, Lancashire, England,
There are various documents on findmypast (with Martha as Dearnley, Dearnolly and Dearndly) related to this marriage including a marriage bond that names James Dearnelly of Bradbury linen weaver. These documents also state that John Knott was a whitster of Openshaw and Martha was of Leavensholm (ie Levenshulme) at the time of marriage, and both were over 21.
We are assuming that the James D who signed the marriage bond was Martha's brother (presumably in place of her father, who died in 1742)
Thomas Wilby was born in 1837 at Staley Bridge, Lancashire, England.
Thomas Wilby married Martha Dearnley, daughter of James Dearnley and Rachel Webster, on 1 February 1861 at Manchester Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire, England,
Thomas Wilby 22 Bachelor, Carrier res: Openshaw fa: William Wilby, Tanner
Martha Dearnley 24 Spinster, --- res: Openshaw fa: James Dearnley, Woolcombe
Married by Licence
Both signed - Martha signed 'Martha Dernley'
Witnesses: Joseph Wilby & Caroline Wilby.