see Sarah Dearnley.
Sarah Dearnley was born about 1816.
in 1837 Sarah Dearnley lived at Totties, Yorkshire.
Child of Sarah Dearnley
- John Dearnley b. Sep 1837
John Dearnley was born in September 1837 at Totties, Yorkshire.
John Dearnley was the son of Sarah Dearnley.
John Dearnley was baptised on 22 October 1837 at All Hallows, Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire,
- John Dearnaly (c.1770-)
Richard and Samuel Barrass were the first members of this family to join the waterside community. They were allocated a strip of land near Stainforth Bridge, on the West Bank, over which they later claimed ownership by means of the enclosure award.
In 1840, John Barrass was apprenticed to John Dearnaley, a sailmaker of South Bank.
John Barrass’s son, George, was the last Stainforth sailmaker. He died in 1907.
Ernest Barrass was a man of many means. He started work as a joiner, later becoming an undertaker, and then finished his working days as a shopkeeper.
Aaron Barrass was a local preacher after he retired from being a keelman.
There was also Fred Barrass, of whom I know only that he too was a keelman.
Hannah Barrass was born in 1803 at Beamsley, Yorkshire.
Hannah Barrass married John Dearnaly, son of John Dearnaly and Mary Charles, on 20 April 1835 at All Saints, Darton, Yorkshire,
'John Dearnley of the Parish Hadfield, A Bachelor and Hannah Barrass of this Parish Widow were married in this Church by Banns...'
Both signed ('John Dearnaly', 'Hannah Barrass')
Witnesses: John Wigglesworth, Richard Walker & Mary Ann Heppenstall*
* John's sister Ann was married to a Heppenstall.
Hannah Barrass died about February 1872 at Thorne R.D., Yorkshire,
John Dearnely was born in April 1832 at Tintwistle, Cheshire.
John Dearnely was the son of David Dearnaley and Hannah Mitchell.
John Dearnely was baptised on 2 May 1832 at Tintwistle Independent Chapel, Tintwistle, Cheshire,
John Dearnely died about 1832
John Edwy Dearnelly
John Edwy Dearnelly was born in October 1823 at Derbyshire.
John Edwy Dearnelly was baptised on 9 November 1823 at St. Peter's Church, Hope, Derbyshire.
John Edwy Dearnelly was the son of John Dearnelly and Hannah Hallam.
John Edwy Dearnelly died in April 1854 at Bradwell, Derbyshire, at age 30 years and 4 months
Suffocation from Choke Damp at Bradwell, Derbyshire.
The village of Bradwell, about twelve miles from Sheffield, was thrown into consternation a few days since by the death of four men from choke-damp. Many inhabitants are miners, and rich veins of lead ore, running from east to west, are worked at a distance of three miles from the village. Most of the ore is smelted at the village, where there are several cupolas for the purpose. A correspondent of a daily paper says -"Four men lie dead at the works, erected near the old cupola, about four of five years ago, for the purpose of extracting lead from the "slag", or refuse from the old smelting furnace, by some improved process. These works have been out of operation for twelve months, and were reopened on Wednesday. In consequence of the pump which supplied the engine with water not working properly, the manager of the works, a man named Mitchell, was obliged to descend the well and open a valve to allow the air to escape. This valve was fixed to a stage which was about six feet and a half from the bottom of the well, and reached from above by a ladder. It appeared that Mitchell had performed this operation several times during the day, and between ten and eleven o'clock on Wednesday night, he went down again, for the same purpose. Being absent for some time on this occasion, one of the workmen named Hallam descended the well to see what was the matter. Hallam was heard by some others of the workmen calling to Mitchell, by presently his voice ceased. The workmen became alarmed, and on one of them descending the well, he found both Mitchell and Hallam senseless. This man was unable to render his companions any assistance, such were the overpowering effects of the air, being highly charged with noxious vapours. He made his escape with the aid of parties at the mouth of the well, with considerable difficulty. Some of the workmen set off to the village for assistance, and on their way met two young men, named John Dernelly and Joseph Elliot, to whom they communicated the fact that Mitchell and Hallam were lying in the well nearly dead, but unfortunately without adding a word of caution as to the danger of descending the well. Dernelly and Elliot hurried of to the well, whilst the workmen went forward to the village. It appears that on arriving at the well Elliot descended, and being a powerful young man, he succeeded nearly in reaching the mouth of the well, being one of the bodies in his arms. Suddenly he wavered and let go his burden to save himself. Dernelly caught hold of him, but the superincumbent weight dragged him from his feet, and he and his companion fell to the bottom of the pit. It was sometime before the well was sufficiently cleared of choke-damp to permit of it being explored; but when this had been done the four unfortunate men were found lifeless. Mitchell has left a wife and four children; Hallam a wife (who is near her confinement), and four little ones; Elliot and Dernelly were not married men.
- James Dernally (1765-)
John Dearneley was born on 5 June 1826 at Romiley, Cheshire.
John Dearneley was the son of Richard Dernaly and Susannah Higinbotham.
John Dearneley was baptised on 17 July 1826 at Independent, Hatherlow, Cheshire,
'John [son of] Richd Dearneley & Susan* his wife; abode: Romiley; born: June 5th 1826; bapt: Juy 17th 1826'
* Susan has been transcribed as Sarah and indeed looks that way at first glance. However, the loop of the ‘&’ makes the ‘n’ look like an ‘h’. Sarah is also written in an earlier entry and the 'ar' and 'us' are different.
John Dearneley died in February 1828 at Cheshire at age 1 year and 7 months.
John Dearneley was buried on 13 February 1828 at Hatherlow Independent, Hatherlow, Cheshire,
John Dearnally was born on 10 May 1822 at Flush House, Austonley, Yorkshire.
John Dearnally was the son of Joseph Dearneley and Betty Sykes.
John Dearnally was baptised on 27 October 1822 at Lane Independent, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire.