Joseph Dearnaley

ID# 13191, b. 1850
Joseph Dearnaley was also recorded as Joseph Dearnally.
He was also recorded as Joseph Durnley.

Note:

from a letter from Ralph's great-grandaughter:
"Ralph and Mary Logan Dearnaley had three children that Dad knows of - Grandpa, another boy Dad thinks was named Joe and a daughter Mary who married George Clapp, you remember Uncle George from Brooklyn."


Birth:
Joseph Dearnaley was born in 1850 at New York.


Joseph Dearnaley was the son of Ralph Dearnaley and Mary Ann Logan.

Marriage:
Joseph Dearnaley married Mary A (?) about 1871.



Note:
about 1890
"Joseph left his wife and children one day and was never heard of again" - family member.



Note:
in 1900
Probably the Joseph Dernaley living in a boarding house in Orange (although shown as single)

1900 US Census
James Haleren      56     Head
....many boarders ..... incl.
Joseph Dernaley      50     Birth Date: Jan 1850          Boarder     Single     p.o.b.: New York     Engineer          fa: England     mo: Scotland     

Address:      Newburg Ward 1, Orange, New York.

Joseph Dearnaley appeared in the 1880 US census at
Newburgh, Orange County, New York.
On 1 June 1880:-

Joseph DURNLEY      Self      Mar      30      NY      occ: Machinist           Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Mary DURNLEY      Wife      Mar      27      NY      occ: Keeping House      Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Katie DURNLEY      Dau      Sngl      8      NY      occ: At School           Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Harry C. DURNLEY      Son      Sngl      2      NY                     Fa: NY      Mo: NY.


Children of Joseph Dearnaley and Mary A (?)

Harry C Dearnally

ID# 13193, b. 1878, d. 13 September 1918
Harry C Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
He was also recorded as Harry C Durnley.
Birth:
Harry C Dearnally was born in 1878 at Brooklyn, New York, New York.


Harry C Dearnally was the son of Joseph Dearnaley and Mary A (?)


Note:
in 1896
Newburgh City directory (1896)
Dearnaley Harry C. res 62 Smith
Dearnaley Joseph C.engineer, bds 3 S. Water
Dearnaley Mary A. Mrs. dressmaker, 62 Smith, h do
Dearnaley, William, carpenter, h 14 West.


Death:
Harry C Dearnally died on 13 September 1918 at San Francisco, San Francisco County, California, at age 40 years
age:40 Single.

Harry C Dearnally appeared in the 1880 US census at
Newburgh, Orange County, New York.
On 1 June 1880:-

Joseph DURNLEY      Self      Mar      30      NY      occ: Machinist           Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Mary DURNLEY      Wife      Mar      27      NY      occ: Keeping House      Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Katie DURNLEY      Dau      Sngl      8      NY      occ: At School           Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Harry C. DURNLEY      Son      Sngl      2      NY                     Fa: NY      Mo: NY.



Harry C Dearnally appeared in the 1900 US census at
Mindanao.
In 1900:-

Field Staff & Band 40th Infantry, Armed Forces - Foreign Countries.


Mary A (?)

ID# 13195, b. 1852
From about 1871, her married name was Durnley.
From about 1871, her married name was Dearnaley.
From about 1871, her married name was Dearnally.
From 2 January 1905, her married name was Garrison.
Birth:
Mary A (?) was born in 1852 at Newburgh, New York.


Marriage:
Mary A (?) married Joseph Dearnaley, son of Ralph Dearnaley and Mary Ann Logan, about 1871.



Note:
in 1896
Newburgh City directory (1896)
Dearnaley Harry C. res 62 Smith
Dearnaley Joseph C.engineer, bds 3 S. Water
Dearnaley Mary A. Mrs. dressmaker, 62 Smith, h do
Dearnaley, William, carpenter, h 14 West.


Marriage:
Mary A (?) married Henry A Garrison on 2 January 1905 at Bronx, New York,
FamilySearch transcription - I believe that 'Parents & 'Spouse Parents' are reversed -MED
Name: Henry A. Garrison Spouse's Name: Mary A. Dearnaley
Event Date: 02 Jan 1905 Event Place: Bronx, New York
Father's Name: David Mother's Name: Sarah Brower
Spouse's Father's Name: Davis Garrison Spouse's Mother's Name: Frances Penny
Indexing Project (Batch) Number: M00751-6 System Origin: New_York-ODM GS Film number: 1940027.

Mary A (?) appeared in the 1880 US census at
Newburgh, Orange County, New York.
On 1 June 1880:-

Joseph DURNLEY      Self      Mar      30      NY      occ: Machinist           Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Mary DURNLEY      Wife      Mar      27      NY      occ: Keeping House      Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Katie DURNLEY      Dau      Sngl      8      NY      occ: At School           Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Harry C. DURNLEY      Son      Sngl      2      NY                     Fa: NY      Mo: NY.



Mary A (?) appeared in the 1900 US census at
4 Colden Street, Newburgh City, Orange County, New York.
On 4 June 1900:-

DARNALEY, Mary A Head Mar Jun 1852, 47 Dressmaker New York fa: New York mo: New York
DARNALEY, John B Son Sngl Sep 1880, 19 Clerk Grocer New York fa: New York mo: New York
DARNALEY, Joseph E Son Sngl Oct 1885, 14 At School New York fa: New York mo: New York
DARNALEY, Edward Son Sngl Oct 1890, 9 At School New York fa: New York mo: New York
GARRISON, David S Boarder Sngl Jun 1848, 51 Nightwatchman New York fa: New York mo: New York.



Mary A (?) appeared in the 1910 US census at
4321 Richardson Avenue, Bronx Borough, New York City, New York.
On 15 April 1910:-

GARRISON, Henry A Head 70 Mar 5 yrs New York Stevedore fa: New York mo: Pennsylvania
GARRISON, Mary A* Wife 58 Mar 5 yrs New York Dressmaker - fa: New York mo: New York
Dearnaley, J Crossland Stepson 24 New York Clerk fa: New York mo: New York
* 7 children, 4 now living

4321 Richardson Avenue, Bronx Borough, New York City
Bronx Assembly District 32.



Mary A (?) appeared in the 1915 New York census at
4321 Richardson Avenue, Bronx County, New York.
On 1 June 1915:-

GARRISON, Henry A Head 70 Mar 5 yrs Stevedore New York fa: New York mo: Pennsylvania
GARRISON, Mary A Wife 58 Mar 5 yrs* Dressmaker New York fa: New York mo: New York
DEARNALEY, J Crossland Stepson 24 - Clerk New York fa: New York mo: New York
* 7 children born alive, 4 now living

4321 Richardson Avenue, Bronx Borough, New York City
Bronx Assembly District 32.


Children of Mary A (?) and Joseph Dearnaley

Child of Mary A (?)

Katie Dearnally

ID# 13196, b. 1872
Katie Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
She was also recorded as Katie Durnley.
Birth:
Katie Dearnally was born in 1872 at New York.


Katie Dearnally was the daughter of Joseph Dearnaley and Mary A (?)
Katie Dearnally appeared in the 1880 US census at
Newburgh, Orange County, New York.
On 1 June 1880:-

Joseph DURNLEY      Self      Mar      30      NY      occ: Machinist           Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Mary DURNLEY      Wife      Mar      27      NY      occ: Keeping House      Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Katie DURNLEY      Dau      Sngl      8      NY      occ: At School           Fa: NY      Mo: NY
Harry C. DURNLEY      Son      Sngl      2      NY                     Fa: NY      Mo: NY.


Selina Dearnelly

ID# 13198, b. 10 October 1819
Selina Dearnelly was also recorded as Seline Darneley.
She was also recorded as Selina Darnley.
She was also recorded as Selina Darneley.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From about May 1864, her married name was Shenton.
Birth:
Selina Dearnelly was born in September 1819 at Bradwell, Derbyshire.


Baptism:
Selina Dearnelly was baptised on 10 October 1819 at St. Peter's Church, Hope, Derbyshire.


Selina Dearnelly was the daughter of John Dearnelly and Hannah Hallam.

Marriage:
Selina Dearnelly married Robert Shenton about May 1864 at Chapel-le-Frith, Derbyshire,
Chapel le F vol.7b p.921 1864 Jun Marriages.     

Selina Dearnelly appeared in the 1841 census at
Bamford Hall, Heap, Bury, Lancashire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
FENTON, James 45 Banker Lancashire
FENTON, Sarah 45
FENTON, Joseph 21 Lancashire
NUTTALL, John 55 M.S. Lancashire
MOLTBY, Charety 45 F.S.
GREGORY, Elizabeth 24 F.S.
CLEGG, Alice 30 F.S. Lancashire
HARGREAVES, Ellen 21 F.S. Lancashire
BALLINGTON, Martha 18 F.S.
DARNELEY, Seline 21 F.S.

Piece: 539 Book/Folio: 9/10 Page: 13
Registration District: Bury Civil Parish: Bury
Address: Bamford Hall, Bury, Heap County: Lancashire.



Selina Dearnelly appeared in the 1851 census at
Bradwell, Hope, Derbyshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DARNLEY, John E Son Unm 27 Joiner Bradwell, Derbyshire
DARNLEY, Mary Dau Unm 29 School Mistress Bradwell, Derbyshire
DARNLEY, Selina Dau Unm 30 Dress Maker Bradwell, Derbyshire
FAPPRED*, Sarah Ann Visitor Unm 6 - Chapel En Le Frith, Derbyshire

* could be Fappico

RG number: HO107 Piece: 2150 Folio: 520 Page: 5
Registration District: Bakewell Sub District: Tideswell
Enumeration District: 16B Civil Parish: Hope
Address: Bradwell, Hope, Derbyshire.



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

DARNELEY, Hannah Head Wid 67 School Mistress Bradwell, Derbyshire see Hannah Hallam
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.



Selina Dearnelly appeared in the 1871 census at
Great Hucklow, Derbyshire.
On 2 April 1871:-

SHENTON, Robert Head 65 Unitarian Minister Great Hucklow Church Ashburton, Devonshire
SHENTON, Selina Wife 51 - Bradwell, Derbyshire
HALLAM, Eliza Ann Servant 18 - Bradwell, Derbyshire

RG number: RG10 Piece: 3633 Folio: 4 Page: 1
Registration District: Bakewell Sub District: Tideswell
Enumeration District: 11 Civil Parish: Great Hucklow
Address: Hucklow, Great, Great Hucklow, Derbyshire

note: Selina's grandmother was Hannah Hallam.


Oliver Dearnelley

ID# 13199, b. August 1628
Oliver Dearnelley was also recorded as Oliver Dearneley de Honley.
He was also recorded as (?) Dearnaley.
He was also recorded as Oliver Dearnerlay de Honley - Feb 12 1671 Margretta ux Oliveri Dearnerlay de Honley sepult.
He was also recorded as Olyver Dearnelie.
He was also recorded as Oliver Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for sort.)

Note:

This could be Oliver Dearnelley of Honley.
See Oliver Dearnelley.



Note:

Oliver's sons John & Nicholas (known brothers) are speculative, but seem to fit well with place & date.

Joshua D., who married Grace Dyson, could also be an unregistered son of Oliver.
see Joshua Dearneley.


Birth:
Oliver Dearnelley was born in August 1628 at Padfield, Glossop, Derbyshire.


Oliver Dearnelley was the son of Nicholas Dernely and Ann (?)

Baptism:
Oliver Dearnelley was baptised on 7 September 1628 at Derbyshire
shown as Parish of Sudbury, but FamilySearch appears to have included a number of Glossop baptisms as Sudbury.



Note:
in 1651
Oliver and the Cow

Court of 30 Sep 1651
.... they [i.e. the jury] present and saye that as Oliver Dearnillie servant to John Ibbotson was drivinge a Cowe of one George Heeley into the Lords foulde there to be impounded the saide George Heeley came with greate violence and made a rescue from the Lords foulde of the saide Cow therefore he is amercyed to the Lord 3s 4d. s.

[Under Honley township]
Alsoe they present and saye that George Heeley did make an affray and drawe blood upon the bodye of Oliver Dearnillie therefore he is amercied to the Lord 10s.

from a transcript of the Almondbury manorial rolls 1641-1660 - "Homagers for the Lord Protector. Almondbury Manor Court Rolls Part 2 1641-1660. Ed Peter Hurst"

Ian Goddard notes:
The format of the court records is that matters affecting the manor come first and are followed by sworn men of the individual townships reporting more general offences which took place there. The rescue comes in the first category as George Heeley would have had to pay a fee to the manor to release the cow from the pound. Presumably the 3s 4d reflects the fee being avoided - maybe with an additional penalty and seems to be standard for a rescue irrespective of the "greate violence". Affrays always come into the township section & this is under the township. It takes into account the "greate violence" and again follows the standard rate - 3s 4d for an affray & 10s for an affray with blood drawn. Significantly this comes under Honley which was Oliver's township. Honley has been much redeveloped but I seem to recall there being a pinfold somewhere near the top of Eastgate in which case he might not have been driving the cow to Almondbury itself. This may have been the entrance to it:
Google Maps link

Secondly at some stage I think we have Oliver's family at Woodbottom. The Heeley family is associated with Woodbottom: This area is always known as the Heeley House bends.


Marriage:
Oliver Dearnelley married Margaret Lockwood on 3 July 1655 at Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire,
Jul 03 1655 Oliverus Dearnelly et Margareta Lockwood nupt.


Residence:
between 1666 and 1671 Oliver Dearnelley lived at Honley, Yorkshire,
Mar 19 1666 Isaacus et Jacobanus gemelli Oliveri Dernelley de Honley bapt {BT}

Feb 12 1671 Margretta ux Oliveri Dearnerlay de Honley sepult.



Note:
in 1701
probably died before 7 Sep 1701
- I.G.

Children of Oliver Dearnelley and Margaret Lockwood

Margaret Lockwood

ID# 13200, b. about 1634, d. February 1671
Margaret Lockwood was also recorded as Margareta Lockwood.
From 3 July 1655, her married name was Dearnaley.
From 3 July 1655, her married name was Dearnelley.
Birth:
Margaret Lockwood was born about 1634.


Marriage:
Margaret Lockwood married Oliver Dearnelley, son of Nicholas Dernely and Ann (?), on 3 July 1655 at Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire,
Jul 03 1655 Oliverus Dearnelly et Margareta Lockwood nupt.


Residence:
between 1666 and 1671 Margaret Lockwood lived at Honley, Yorkshire,
Mar 19 1666 Isaacus et Jacobanus gemelli Oliveri Dernelley de Honley bapt {BT}

Feb 12 1671 Margretta ux Oliveri Dearnerlay de Honley sepult.


Death:
Margaret Lockwood died in February 1671 at Yorkshire.


Burial:
Margaret Lockwood was buried on 12 February 1671 at Almondbury, Yorkshire,
Margretta ux Oliveri Dearnerlay de Honley sepult.

Children of Margaret Lockwood and Oliver Dearnelley