Eric Dearnley was born on 5 July 1907 at Burnley, Yorkshire.
Eric Dearnley was the son of Walter Dearnley and Emily Harrison.
in 1926 Eric Dearnley lived at 1 Acres Street, Knowle Park, Keighley, Yorkshire.
Eric Dearnley emigrated on 10 June 1926 to Quebec.
Departure Date: 10 Jun 1926 Port of Departure: Liverpool, England
Destination Port: Quebec, Canada Ship Name: Doric
Shipping Line: White Star Line Official Number: 147215
Master: S Bolton
Last UK residence: 1 Acres Street, Knowle Park, Keighley, Yorks.
Country of intended future residency: Canada.
Eric Dearnley married Gladys Mildred Duncan, daughter of Alfred Duncan and Emma Hunt, about 1929.
Eric Dearnley emigrated on 1 May 1930 to 658 St. Clair Ave, Grosse Point, Michigan.
Note: about 1940
Detroit Free Press - May 23, 1952, Page 5
'Also testifying against Sweet was Eric Dearnley, an admitted former Communist, who said Sweet recruited him Into the party In 1940.'
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1952
United States House of Representatives Subcommittee of the Committee on Un-American Activities, Detroit, Mich.
COMMUNISM IN THE DETROIT AREA
'Mr. Tavenner: Will you please identify for the committee the
names of those whom you can recall that you met as members, either
of the Fred Douglas Club or the Fourteenth Congressional Club?
Mrs. Baldwin: Yes. Hope Smith and Harold Smith, her husband.
Stanley Adamski. Nick Swetnick. Nick Baltic, who was sometime
in 1945 transferred out of the Fourteenth to Pittsburgh, Pa., where he
became at that time a leader in the Yugoslav Congress. A. Monicelo-
vich, he was a member who attended now and then but not too well
known. Daniel Trees, who has a furniture store, was very active in
the Yugoslav Congress and also belonged to what they called the
Century Club of the Communist Party.
Mr. Tavenner: Let me ask you — no, go ahead and I will come back
to the question.
Mrs. Baldwin: Eric Dearnley, who was at one time an officer of the
Plymouth Local 51. He was then active in the Fourteenth Congres-
sional Club; however, upon losing his post through elections of local
51, he became inactive and some argument within the party caused
him to drop out.'
Eric Dearnley died in May 1983 at Albuquerque, Bernalillo County, New Mexico, at age 75 years and 9 months.
Annice Dearnley was born on 25 November 1880 at Rhode Island.
Annice Dearnley was buried in February 1969 at Moshassuck Cemetery, Lonsdale Avenue, Central Falls, Rhode Island.
Annice Dearnley died in February 1969 at Central Falls, Providence, Rhode Island, at age 88 years and 2 months.
Richard Francis Dearnley
Richard Francis Dearnley was born on 24 December 1917 at Massachusetts.
Richard Francis Dearnley was the son of Edward James Dearnley and Myra Viola Shaw.
Richard Francis Dearnley began military service on 6 April 1942
End of Military Service:
Richard Francis Dearnley ended military service on 17 October 1945.
Richard Francis Dearnley married Martha E (?) about 1946
An online source gives this marriage to "Martha Hall". However, all the other information on the page is inaccurate, so my suspicious nature only includes this as a note! - MED.
in 1959 Richard Francis Dearnley lived at Riverside, East Providence, Rhode Island.
Richard Francis Dearnley died in October 1986 at East Providence, Providence, Rhode Island, at age 68 years and 9 months.
Richard Francis Dearnley was buried on 18 October 1986 at Swan Point, Blackstone Boulevard, Providence, Rhode Island.
(?) (?) married Mary Carroll Dearnley.
(?) (?) was born about 1838.
Mary Carroll Dearnley
Lida Dearnley was born on 22 November 1910 at Tunkhannock, Wyoming County, Pennsylvania.
Lida Dearnley died on 8 May 1999 at age 88 years, 5 months and 16 days.