Margaret (?) was born about 1640.
Margaret (?) married Unkown Lewis about 1651.
in 1662 Margaret (?) lived at Hudswell, Yorkshire.
Margaret (?) married Martin Darnelly on 12 January 1662 at Catterick, Yorkshire,
'Martin Darnelly & Margaret Lewis widow both of Hudswell'
Catterick, Yorkshire (North Riding)
Shown as 1661 (Ecclesiastical year), but actually January 1662.
John Dernley was born between 1850 and 1851 at Wolverhampton, Staffordshire.
John Dearnley was born in 1816 at Wooldale, Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
John Dearnley was the son of George Dearnley and Esther Lockwood.
Note: in 1881
John Dearnley died in April 1882 at Dobcross, Saddleworth R.D., Yorkshire, at age 66 years.
John Dearnley was buried on 3 April 1882 at Saddleworth Parish, Yorkshire,
Eliza Lockwood was born in 1815 at Cartworth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire.
Eliza Lockwood was the daughter of John Lockwood.
Eliza Lockwood married (?) Hinchcliffe about 1835.
in 1846 Eliza Lockwood lived at Austonley, Yorkshire.
Eliza Lockwood married Joseph Dearnley, son of Joseph Dearneley and Betty Sykes, on 3 August 1846 at Parish Church, Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire,
Joseph Dearnally 22 Bachelor, Clothier res: Austonley fa: Joseph Dearnally, Clothier
Eliza Hinchcliffe 31 Widow, --- res: Austonley fa: John Lockwood, Clothier
Witnesses: John Beardsell (his mark) & James Garner.
Eliza Lockwood died about August 1887 at Huddersfield R.D., Yorkshire,
Dorothy Dernelee was born about August 1637 at Padfield, Derbyshire.
Dorothy Dernelee was the daughter of Edward Dearnley and Joane Brammall.
Dorothy Dernelee was baptised on 6 August 1637 at Parish Church, Derbyshire,
Unfortunately, there are a large number of occasions in the above database where Sudbury has been incorrectly substituted for Glossop.
This may be one of them.
Dorothy Dearnelley was born about 1697.
Dorothy Dearnelley was the daughter of Joseph Dearnely and Mary Earnshaw.
in 1718 Dorothy Dearnelley lived at Glossop, Derbyshire.
Dorothy Dearnelley married John Bennett on 24 June 1718 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire.
Note: on 12 February 1730