Sarah Kaye

ID# 13064, b. about 1795
Sarah Kaye was also recorded as Sarah Kay.
From 21 May 1815, her married name was Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 21 May 1815, her married name was Dearnley.
From about 1830, her married name was Dernley.
From 15 April 1839, her married name was Shephard.
From about May 1839, her married name was Sheppard.

Note:

As daughter Fanny was baptised in Haslingden, Lancashire, it is likely that Sarah came from Haslingden.


Birth:
Sarah Kaye was born about 1795.


Sarah Kaye was the daughter of Henry Kay.

Residence:
in 1815 Sarah Kaye lived at Huddersfield Parish, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Sarah Kaye married John Dearnley on 21 May 1815 at St. Peter's Church, Huddersfield Parish, Yorkshire,
'John Dearnley of this Parish and Sarah Kaye of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns.'
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Jn Frederick Christian (his mark) & Rich Batley.


Residence:
in 1817 Sarah Kaye lived at Holme Firth, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Sarah Kaye married Thomas Shephard, son of Thomas Shephard, on 15 April 1839 at St. Gregory's Catholic Chapel, Lane End, Stoke-on-Trent R.D., Staffordshire,
Thomas Shephard full age Bachelor, Labourer res: Waterloo Bank, Lane End fa: Thomas Shephard, Cotton Spinner
Sarah Dernley full age Widow, --- res: Waterloo Bank, Lane End fa: Henry Kay, Chair Maker
Thomas signed & Sarah made her mark
Witnesses: The marks of Maurice McDonald & Margaret Nichols.

Children of Sarah Kaye and John Dearnley

Hannah Hallam

ID# 13065, b. 1793, d. about May 1866
From 11 September 1815, her married name was Darneley.
From 11 September 1815, her married name was Dearnelly.
Birth:
Hannah Hallam was born in 1793 at Bradwell, Derbyshire.


Hannah Hallam was the daughter of Jacob Hallam and Olive (?)

Marriage:
Hannah Hallam married John Dearnelly, son of James Dearnelly and Ann Dakin, on 11 September 1815 at Sheffield Parish, Yorkshire,
'John Dearnely of this Parish Bachelor and Hannah Hallam of this Parish Spinster were married in this Church by Banns...'
Both signed: Jon Derneley; Hannah Hallam
Witnesses: 'Thos Hickson' & 'Horby'
Parish of Sheffield, Yorkshire - Bishop's transcripts of marriages p. 169

The above s from the original record. FamilySearch has two other transcriptions of this marriage:
12 May 1816 Hope, Derbyshire
1 June 1816 Hope, Derbyshire.


Death:
Hannah Hallam died about May 1866 at Bakewell, Derbyshire,
age: 73.

Hannah Hallam appeared in the 1841 census at
Water Lane, Bradwell, Hope, Derbyshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
HOLME, George 40 Blacksmith Derbyshire
HOLME, Charity 35 Derbyshire (née Hallam - sister to Hannah)
HOLME, Mary 16 Derbyshire
DERNALY, Hanh* 45 Spinster Derbyshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 186 Book/Folio: 7/14 Page: 23
Registration District: Bakewell Sub District: Tideswell
Civil Parish: Hope
Address: Water Lane, Hope, Bradwell County: Derbyshire
* double census entry for Hannah.



Hannah Hallam appeared in the 1841 census at
Wall Head, Bradwell, Hope, Derbyshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
DERNALY, Hannah* 48 Derbyshire
DERNALY, Marina 19 Derbyshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 186 Book/Folio: 7/7 Page: 9
Registration District: Bakewell Sub District: Tideswell
Civil Parish: Hope
Address: Wall Head, Hope, Bradwell County: Derbyshire

* double census entry for Hannah.



Hannah Hallam appeared in the 1851 census at
5 Spring Gardens, Holy Trinity, Kingston upon Hull, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DARNELEY, Alwin J Head Mar 34 Joiner Bradwell, Derbyshire
DARNELEY, Sarah Wife Mar 32 - Hull
DARNELEY, Esther A Dau Unm 2 - Hull
DARNELEY, John Son - 7mo - Hull
DARNELEY, Hannah Mother Wid 58 School Mistress Bradwell, Derbyshire

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2363 Folio: 346 Page: 30
Registration District: Hull Sub District: Myton Enumeration District: 14
Civil Parish: Holy Trinity Municipal Borough: Kingston upon Hull
Address: 5, Spring Gardens, Holy Trinity, Kingston Upon Hull, Yorkshire (East riding.)



Hannah Hallam appeared in the 1861 census at
Dale End, Bradwell, Derbyshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

DARNELEY, Hannah Head Wid 67 School Mistress Bradwell, Derbyshire
DARNELEY, Selina Dau Unm 39 School Mistress Bradwell, Derbyshire
DARNELEY, John Grandson Unm 10 Scholar Bradwell, Derbyshire see John Darneley

RG number: RG09 Piece: 2544 Folio: 48 Page: 20
Registration District: Bakewell Sub District: 3 Tideswell
Enumeration District: 14 Civil Parish: Bradwell
Address: Dale End, Bradwell, Derbyshire.


Children of Hannah Hallam and John Dearnelly

John Dearnley

ID# 13066, b. 1795, d. September 1837
John Dearnley was also recorded as Dernley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
John Dearnley was born in 1795.


Residence:
in 1815 John Dearnley lived at Huddersfield Parish, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
John Dearnley married Sarah Kaye, daughter of Henry Kay, on 21 May 1815 at St. Peter's Church, Huddersfield Parish, Yorkshire,
'John Dearnley of this Parish and Sarah Kaye of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns.'
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Jn Frederick Christian (his mark) & Rich Batley.


Residence:
in 1817 John Dearnley lived at Holme Firth, Yorkshire.



Note:
in 1826
Perhaps another daughter Harriet. see Harriet Dearnley
Harriet was born Macclesfield, married Halifax, father John a chairmaker. This John D is shown as a chair repairer at his daughter Mary's baptism. However, we have not yet found any evidence of John & Sarah in Macclesfield.


Death:
John Dearnley died in September 1837 at Lane End, Staffordshire, at age 42 years.


Burial:
John Dearnley was buried on 27 September 1837 at Longton, Staffordshire,
Recorded as: age 42; abode LE (Lane End). Sarah was of Lane End at her re-marriage in 1839.

Occupation:
in 1817 John Dearnley was a Carder.

Occupation:
in 1832 John Dearnley was a Chair Mender (recorded at daughter Mary's baptism.)

Children of John Dearnley and Sarah Kaye

John Dearnelly

ID# 13067, b. February 1782, d. March 1839
John Dearnelly was also recorded as John Darnely.
He was also recorded as John Derneley.
He was also recorded as John Dearnely.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
John Dearnelly was born in February 1782 at Bradwall, Hope, Derbyshire.


John Dearnelly was the son of James Dearnelly and Ann Dakin.

Baptism:
John Dearnelly was baptised on 17 March 1782 at St. Peter's Church, Hope, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
John Dearnelly married Hannah Hallam, daughter of Jacob Hallam and Olive (?), on 11 September 1815 at Sheffield Parish, Yorkshire,
'John Dearnely of this Parish Bachelor and Hannah Hallam of this Parish Spinster were married in this Church by Banns...'
Both signed: Jon Derneley; Hannah Hallam
Witnesses: 'Thos Hickson' & 'Horby'
Parish of Sheffield, Yorkshire - Bishop's transcripts of marriages p. 169

The above s from the original record. FamilySearch has two other transcriptions of this marriage:
12 May 1816 Hope, Derbyshire
1 June 1816 Hope, Derbyshire.


Death:
John Dearnelly died in March 1839 at Bradwall, Derbyshire, at age 57 years and 1 month
age: 57.


Burial:
John Dearnelly was buried on 29 March 1839 at Hope, Derbyshire.

Children of John Dearnelly and Hannah Hallam

Grace Greenwood

ID# 13068, b. about 1813
From about 1834, her married name was Greenwood.
From about 1834, her married name was (?)
From 7 May 1844, her married name was Dearnley.
From 7 May 1844, her married name was Dernaley.
Birth:
Grace Greenwood was born about 1813.


Grace Greenwood was the daughter of William Greenwood.

Marriage:
Grace Greenwood married Unknown (?) about 1834.


Residence:
in 1844 Grace Greenwood lived at Redford Street, Manchester, Lancashire.


Marriage:
Grace Greenwood married John Dernaley, son of Samuel Dearneley and Sarah Yates, on 7 May 1844 at Collegiate Church, Manchester, Lancashire,
John Dearnley full age Widower, Bleacher res: Redford Street fa: Samuel Dearnley, Dyer
Grace Greenwood full age Widow res: 17 Redford Street fa: William Greenwood (sic), Carter
Grace signed & John made her mark
Witnesses: Henry Thomas & Sarah Dockerah(?) (her mark.)

Jane Armstrong

ID# 13070, b. about 1822
From 16 January 1843, her married name was Dearnaley.
Birth:
Jane Armstrong was born about 1822.


Jane Armstrong was the daughter of Thomas Armstrong.

Residence:
in 1843 Jane Armstrong lived at Jersey Street, Manchester, Lancashire.


Marriage:
Jane Armstrong married John Dearnaley, son of William Dearnaley, on 16 January 1843 at Cathedral, Manchester, Lancashire,
John Dearnaley full age Bachelor, Spinner res: Jersey Street fa: William Dearnaley, Deceased
Jane Armstrong full age Spinster, --- res: Jersey Street fa: Thomas Armstrong, Labourer
Both made their mark
Witnesses: James Mather & Elizabeth Mather (their mark.)



Note:
about August 1849
A Jane Dearnely was buried in Manchester General Cemetery - 3 Q 1849.