Jane Baty was born about 1762.
Jane Baty married Edmund Dearnaly on 6 July 1783 at St. Benet Gracechurch And St. Leonard Eastcheal, London, London.
Edmund Dearnaly was born about 1761.
Edmund Dearnaly married Jane Baty on 6 July 1783 at St. Benet Gracechurch And St. Leonard Eastcheal, London, London.
- John Dernelly (c.1451-)
Emmota Fenton was born about 1520.
Emmota Fenton was the daughter of Richard Fenton and Ann Smythe.
Emmota Fenton married Nicholas Shirecliffe about 1542.
Emmota Fenton married Nicholas Scott, son of Richard Scott, about 1550.
Emmota Fenton married Edmund Derneley, son of Oliver Derneley and Agnes (?), on 26 August 1566 at Ecclesfield, Yorkshire,
Edmundo Dernelye gen : nupt. fuit Ema. (Emmota) Scott ... iiijto die.
Note: in 1585
Note: on 1 November 1585
Emmota Fenton left a will on 9 October 1592.
Gatty's summary of the will of Emmota Derneley died 1592:
Emmott Derneley, of Barnes Hall, in the parish of Ecclesfield, widow, will dated 9 Oct 1592 - To be buried in the parish Church of Ecclesfield - My son in law Henry Bannyster of York - My son Nicholas Shirecliffe - My son Oliver Derneley xxl "my best coveringe of arrase work, a payre of grene curtens, five cushinges of needleworke, my gould chyne, one rounde silver can and five silver spoones" - My daughter Barbara Bannyster - To my nephew Thomas Shirecliffe " 1 gilt french bowle" - My nephew Richard Scott " my gilt silver salt" - To Barbara Bannyster "tenne poundes, my silver Kay bandes, my jewell of gould, one felt Hat lined with velvet and all my apparel" - My nephew William Bannyster - My niece Sara Bannyster - My nephew William Shirecliffe - My niece Elizabeth Shirechiffe - My cousin Margaret Bullus - My sister Rawson - My sister Scott - Roger Scott's wife - My daughter Watts - My cousin Ann Ward - The wife of Thomas Shawe - My god daughter Elizabeth Dickenson - My sister Howsley - My sister Watts Thomas Howsley and Nicholas Staniland supervisors - Proved at York, 14 June, 1593.
|Named in the will:|
|Her sons:||Nicholas Shirecliffe|
|Her daughter:||Barbara Bannyster (née Scott)|
|Watts (? - should this be 'sister' referring to Ann Watts sister-in-law?)|
|Her son-in-law:||Henry Bannyster (married to Barbara (Scott) Oct 1584 Ecclesfield)|
|Richard Scott (son of one of second husband Nicholas's brothers?)|
|Scott (Roger Scott's wife, so sister-in-law)|
|Howsley (Alice née Scott - husband Thomas Howsley of Housley Hall)|
|Watts (Ann née Scott - sister-in-law)|
|Her cousins:||Margaret Bullus|
|Ann Ward (the wife of Thomas Shawe? - or is this a seperate entry?)|
|Her god-daughter:||Elizabeth Dickenson|
|Supervisors:||Thomas Howsley (husband of Emmota's sister-in-law Alice Scott)|
Note: Emmota's son Thomas Scott, who had inherited Barnes Hall from his father in 1563, had died in 1585.
Some notes on Emmota’s husbands.
Emmota (died 1592) had 3 husbands, listed below, and 4 children:
1. Nicholas Shirecliffe, child Nicholas Shirecliffe (spelt numerous ways);
2. Nicholas Scott, died 1564, children Thomas died 1585, Barbara married to Henry Bannyster (named as Barbara Scott in her father’s will, so married after 1564);
3. Edmund Derneley, married 1567, child Oliver Derneley.
Emmota’s second husband was Nicholas Scott of Barnes Hall who died in 1563, son of Richard Scott. Their child Thomas Scott inherited Barnes Hall with Emmota granted tenure of Barnes Hall during her lifetime. Thomas died in 1585 whilst his mother was still alive. His will says: “And concerning Barnes Hall &c which is now in the holding and tenure of Emmott Dernelly my dearlie beloved mother …”. Thomas’s will also mentions his two half-brothers, referring to them as brothers. Emmota and Nicholas’s daughter Barbara Scott married Henry Bannyster ‘of York in 1584’. They had a daughter Jane Bannyster who married William Dawson (dates unknown).
(When Sir Richard Scott, Thomas’s son and Emmota’s grandson, died without issue in 1638, Barnes Hall passed to his half-brother and second cousin Richard Watts (Thomas’s widow had married Thomas’s cousin)).
Emmota’s third husband was Edmund Derneley. The marriage date was 1567, and he pre-deceased his wife but is not recorded as buried at Ecclesfield. They had a son Oliver Derneley.
Oliver is mentioned in three wills: from his uncle Edward Scott he inherited vjs viijd, from his half-brother Thomas Scott vjli xiijs iiijd, from his mother Emmota xxl and various items (see indexed references to Oliver on page 168 of Gatty’s book). He married, but the name of his wife is unknown. His child Margret was baptised in March 1588/89 at Ecclesfield. This is the only child of Oliver’s in the Ecclesfield BMDs.
Emmota died at Barnes Hall in 1592.
Dates given where known in the above account.
Emmota Fenton died in November 1592 at Barnes Hall, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire.
Emmota Fenton was buried on 24 November 1592 at Ecclesfield Parish Church, Ecclesfield, Yorkshire,
Mrs Dernely sepult. xxix' die.
Children of Emmota Fenton and Nicholas Scott
- John Dearnaly (c.1770-)
Maria (?) was born in 1818 at Hull, Yorkshire.
Maria (?) married Charles Dearnaly, son of John Dearnaly and Mary Charles, about 1837.
Maria (?) died about November 1881 at Sculcoates R.D., Yorkshire,
Children of Maria (?) and Charles Dearnaly
- Edmund Dearnaly b. 16 Nov 1837
- James Darnley+ b. abt 1839
- Thomas Dearnley b. 25 Aug 1844
- John Dearnaly+ b. 1846, d. abt Aug 1927
- Emma Dearnaly b. 1849
- Maria Dearnaly+ b. 1850
- Harriet Dearnaly b. abt May 1854, d. abt Aug 1862
- Ellen Dearnaly b. abt Nov 1856
- Charles William Dearnaly b. 1860, d. abt Aug 1864
- John Dernelly (c.1451-)
Edmund Derneley was born about 1530.
Edmund Derneley was the son of Oliver Derneley and Agnes (?)
Note: in 1551
Apprentice Edmond Darneley, master William Blanke.
Both brothers, John & Edmund, were apprentoced to William Blanke.
Edmund Derneley married Emmota Fenton, daughter of Richard Fenton and Ann Smythe, on 26 August 1566 at Ecclesfield, Yorkshire,
Edmundo Dernelye gen : nupt. fuit Ema. (Emmota) Scott ... iiijto die.
Edmund Derneley left a will on 15 October 1573 at London, London.
Words in italics are guesses. Unreadable words are indicated by … .
In the name of god amen I Edmunde Davernelly citizen and haberdasher of
London beinge sounde of bodye and of good and perfecte memorie (thanks be given to god therefore) do make
and ordaine this my last will and testamente renouncinge and revokinge all former wills and testaments in this wise followinge viz
In primies I give and bequeathe my soule to all mighte god my Creator and Redemer of whome I crave the continuance of his
holy ghospell that by the direction thereof I maie duringe this liefe walke in the waies of god ffor that by nature I am not able
to thinke well muche lesse to do well, But like as by nature I am sinfull, So by grace I bothe thinke and do well, And thereby
beleve as holie to be beleved, that my Redemer lyveth, and that after this liefe I shall rise againe in this fleshe and with theise eies
beholde my Lorde and Savioure that redemed me By whose purchase and merite I beleve (not withstanding my continuall
offence) to be saved. And as for the disposition of my bodye, I leave it at Goddes pleasure to bistowe it as his goodness hath
already forsene for it. And as to toucheinge my worldlie gooddes, I do bequeathe them to the worlde in this wise followinge viz
In primio, I desire and my will is that within as conveniente time as convenientlie maie be after my deathe all such debtes
and duties w(hic)h in conscience and right I owe to any personae or personies be teemlie paide or good or reasonable order taken
for the paymente and discharge of them, whiche beinge donne, I will and ordaine that all the remainder of my goods chatells
wares houssholde stuffe, monney, plate, and jewells to be divided into three partes (accordinge to the laudable custome of the
citie of London) One parte thereof accordinge to the saide order, I give and bequeath to Emm my beloved wife, One ofe
thirde parte I give and bequeathe to Oliver Darnelly my onelie sonne, and the other thirde parte, I reserve towards the
performinge of my Legacies hereunder written, and to the use of my executours hereunder named, Item I give and
bequeathe to all my naturall brothreen, and sisters living viz to everie of them one Royall of gold worthe tenne shillinge
as a memorial of me. Item I give and bequeathe to Gyles Ffloide and to his wife twentie pounde of lawfull monney
of England betwene them. The residence of my saide thirde parte (my saide legacies performed ), I give and bequeathe to my
saide sonne Olver Darnelly whoulie I make and ordenne my sole executoure and I ordeine appointe my said coson
Gyles Ffloyde to be Gardwaine to my saide sonne until he comme to lawfull age, and trust the orderinge & disposition
of his gooddes (which if he refuse) then I nominate and appointe in his stede the saide Emm my wellbeloved wife provided
alwaies, and my will is, that if my saide sonne, before he comme to lawfull age do dye, that then all suche portion
as by this my laste will ought to belonge to my saide sonne shall decende and comme to my Brother Roger
Davernellie of Winchester, to the use of his sonnes whiche shalbe then livinge of his bodie lawfullie begotten, at the tyme
of suche decease of my saide sonne withein age, and if at suche decease of my saide sonne withein age, my saide Brother
Roger shall have no heires males of his bodie lawfullie begotten livinge, that then I will that the portion of my
saide sonne shall revise to my Brother Richerd Davernellie, and after his decease to his sonne George Davernelly
his use forever, and I appointe overseers of this my laste will and testament my Brother in law Richerd
Ffenton and Thomas Stringer of Whistone bequeathing to either of them ffive markes sterling viz ffyve markes apece
for a remembrance. In witness whereof I the saide Edmunde Davernellie have sealed and subscribed this my presente
testamente and last will the fiftenthe daie of October 1573 and in the ffiftenthe in the reigne of our sovereigne
ladie Elizabethe By me Edmunde Davernellie. Memorandum that the late Edmunde Davernelly didde
subscribe and deliver these presente as his deede and laste will in the presence of the witnesss hereunder written, the two
lynes beinge interlined as appeareth in this sheete of paper per me Johem Cooper Notarie Publica … Et mei
Gregory Russell scrvien dicti notary.
(The next passage is in Latin)
Vic(e)simoquarto die mensis Novembris ano domini millimo quingentisimo septaugesimo quarto …
… … Guidio FFloyde Gardiant … … Oliveri Davernelly …
… … .
Twentyfourth day of the month November the year of our lord one thousand five hundred seventy four etc etc
|People named in the Will of Edmund Davernelly died 1574|
|His wife:||Emm (Emmota Fenton)|
|His son:||Oliver Darnelly (note different spelling)|
|His siblings:||'brothers and sisters' of which just two are named|
|Roger Davernellie of Winchester|
|Richard Davernelly (spelt Richerd)|
|His nephew:||George Davernelly, son of Richard|
|His cousin:||Gyles Ffloide (also written as Guidio Ffloyde)|
|His brother in law:||Richard Fenton (spelt Ffenton)|
|Note: His 'cousin' Gyles is now believed to be the husband of his niece Katheryn (his late brother John's daughter).|
transcribed by Janet Davies.
Note: on 17 June 1574
Edmund Dernelly to the Earl of Shrewsbury, 17 June 1574, concerning the valuation of 3 bags of [ ] by Crowke of Winchester, a rich clothier, and its subsequent sale for dyeing purposes; also the transport of lead, and the writer's journey to France. A postscript states that he has sent 50 oranges and 40 lemons to the Earl and Countess. 2pp. Seal. Endorsed.
Shrewsbury Papers MS.697 1549-1584
These documents are held at Lambeth Palace Library
see The National Archives.
Edmund Derneley died in November 1574.
Edmund Derneley was buried on 19 November 1574 at St. Magnus the Martyr, London.
Anne Tate was born in 1729.
Anne Tate was the daughter of William Tate.
Anne Tate married Edmund Dearnley, son of Edward Dearnley and Sarah (?), on 6 January 1755 at Birstall, Yorkshire,
Edmund Deamaly age: 23 Yeoman
Ann Tate age: 24
'Edmund Deamaly of Robertown in the Parish of Birstall and Ann Tate of Munkroad in the Parish of Fetherston
were married in this Church by Licence'
Witnesses: John Oldridge & John Dean
Birstall St Peter - no ages or professions are found in this original transcript.
Anne Tate died on 21 February 1784 at Featherstone Parish, Yorkshire, at age 55 years.
Anne Tate was buried on 23 February 1784
1784 Featherstone Parish records.
- John Dearnaly (c.1770-)