Elizabeth Clutterbuck

ID# 13084, b. about 1601
Elizabeth Clutterbuck was also recorded as Elizabeth Clatterbuck.
From about 1625, her married name was Darnilley.
From about 1625, her married name was Darnelly.
Birth:
Elizabeth Clutterbuck was born about 1601.


Marriage:
Elizabeth Clutterbuck married William Darnelly on 11 June 1626 at St. Mary's Church, Islington, London,
Indexed as 'William Darnolley' & 'Elizabeth Clatterbuck' on Ancestry.

Children of Elizabeth Clutterbuck and William Darnelly

Margareta Derneley

ID# 13085, b. May 1690
Margareta Derneley was also recorded as Margrett.
She was also recorded as Margaret Derneley.
She was also recorded as Margaret Durnely.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 18 March 1714, her married name was Hide.

Note:

Margareta's father is shown as 'David' in the FamilySearch trancription.
We are assuming that David is a transcription error for Edward, which fits much better!
See Edward Dernely
The name 'Margaret' is also continued in the family of Edward D. & Maria.
See Margaret Dearnaley

Margret Hide is mentioned in brother John's will, as is sister Mary Hurler.
We believe that this ties this family together. - MED, JAD

see John Derneley

Another option is that this could be David Durnally, the son of Adam & Mary (christened in Derby). See David Durnally.


Birth:
Margareta Derneley was born in May 1690 at Bradwall, Derbyshire.


Margareta Derneley was the daughter of Edward Dernely and Maria Marshall.

Baptism:
Margareta Derneley was baptised on 14 June 1690 at Hope, Derbyshire,
another source has 22 Jun 1690, St. Peter's Hope, Derbyshire.


Marriage:
Margareta Derneley married Thomas Hide on 18 March 1714 at St. Peter's Church, Derby, Derbyshire,
'Thomas Hide & Margaretta Durnely.'



Note:
in 1771
If this is the same Thomas Hide & Margaret who raised a family in Checkley, Staffordshire:
Margaret Hide of Checkley was buried 17 Aug 1771 in Leigh - no age given. Thomas - of Fole Bank Checkley - was buried
27 Feb 1732 in Leigh.
Thomas and Margaret had 5 children, John, Edward, Mary, Hannah & Thomas which fits in with the names of his parents, and possibly Margaret's parents though Edward was popular name for Hides. - JC.

Child of Margareta Derneley and Thomas Hide

William Darnelly

ID# 13086, b. about 1601
William Darnelly was also recorded as William Darnolley.
He was also recorded as William Darnilley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)

Note:

Probably a grandson of Richard Derneley (c.1540-) & buried at the same church as John (son of Richard).
See Richard Derneley.


Birth:
William Darnelly was born about 1601.


Marriage:
William Darnelly married Elizabeth Clutterbuck on 11 June 1626 at St. Mary's Church, Islington, London,
Indexed as 'William Darnolley' & 'Elizabeth Clatterbuck' on Ancestry.


Residence:
between 1627 and 1634 William Darnelly lived at London.

Occupation:
William Darnelly was a Upholsterer.

Children of William Darnelly and Elizabeth Clutterbuck

Margaret Darnelly

ID# 13087, b. 30 August 1629
Margaret Darnelly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)
She was also recorded as Margaritt Darnilley.
Birth:
Margaret Darnelly was born in July 1629 at Middlesex.


Baptism:
Margaret Darnelly was baptised on 30 August 1629 at St. Michael's, Cornhill, London, Middlesex.


Margaret Darnelly was the daughter of William Darnelly and Elizabeth Clutterbuck.

Margaret Dearnaley

ID# 13090, b. 5 March 1717, d. April 1722
Margaret Dearnaley was also recorded as Margaret Dernaley.
She was also recorded as Margareta Dearnaley.
Birth:
Margaret Dearnaley was born in February 1717 at Bradwall, Derbyshire.


Baptism:
Margaret Dearnaley was baptised on 5 March 1717 at St. Peter's Church, Hope, Derbyshire.


Margaret Dearnaley was the daughter of Edward Derneley and Sara Hegg.

Death:
Margaret Dearnaley died in April 1722 at Bradwell, Derbyshire, at age 5 years.


Burial:
Margaret Dearnaley was buried on 24 April 1722 at St. Peter's Church, Hope, Derbyshire.