Benjamin Dearnelly was born in January 1755 at Grange, Thurstonland, Yorkshire, England.
Benjamin Dearnelly was the son of James Bocock and Mary Dearnelly.
Benjamin Dearnelly was baptised on 17 January 1755 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire, England,
Benjamin Dearnelly died in March 1758 at Yorkshire, England, at age 3 years and 2 months.
Benjamin Dearnelly was buried on 1 April 1758 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire, England,
James Bocock was born about 1727.
see Joseph Dearnley.
Joseph Dearnelley was born in January 1745 at Grange, Thurstonland, Yorkshire, England.
Joseph Dearnelley was baptised on 3 February 1745 at Yorkshire, England,
from Ian Goddard's Kirkburton Dearnleys transcription.
Joseph Dearnelley was the son of Joseph Shaw and Mary Dearnelly.
Joseph Shaw was born about 1720.
Ann Dearnelley was born in April 1778 at Woodall, Yorkshire, England,
Ann Dearnelley was the daughter of William Dearnelley and Barbara Barraclough.
Ann Dearnelley was baptised on 15 May 1778 at Holmfirth Chapel, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England.
John Dearnally was born in May 1761 at Cliff, Woodall, Yorkshire, England,
John Dearnally was the son of James Dearnelly and Sarah Tinker.
John Dearnally was baptised on 4 June 1761 at Holmfirth Chapel, Holmfirth, Kirkburton, Yorkshire, England,
Holmfirth Register for the Parish of Kirkburton.
'John son of James Dearnely of Cliff in Woodal'
Kirkburton Parish Registers.
John Dearnally married Mary Ellis on 26 December 1782 at Kirkburton Parish, Yorkshire, England,
John Dearnally & Mary Ellis. Banns 10th, 17th & 24th of November. Both OTP (Kirkburton). He signed, she made her mark. Witnesses John Fitton & "?" Booth.
Confirmed from the microfiche - IG.
Note: about 1784
Alt. - Sena could perhaps be John's sister Sarah (1781-) see Sarah Dearnelly
1. Both of Sena's children were born at 'Ward Place' (1803 & 1820).
2. Mary Ellis in 1841 census with next entry listed as Ward Place. see John Dearnally
3. Thomas Dearnley, son of Mary Ellis, lived at Ward Place in 1815. see Thomas Dearnley
4. Lydia Kay, wife of Thomas and d-in-l of Mary Ellis, of ‘Ware Place’ at 1820 burial. see Lydia Kay
- Janet A Davies.
in 1786 John Dearnally lived at Cartworth Mill, Wooldale, Yorkshire, England,
There's been a debate about the location of Cartworth Mill in the local history group. The original thinking was that it was at Hinchliffe Mill which is at least in part in Cartworth township. However it's clear that it was the original manorial mill and that was located in Holmfirth close to the chapel at the site traditionally known as the Gartside Estate now occupied by the bus station. The Gartside family were the farmers of the manorial rights to the mill.
This identification has the complication of the mill's not being in Cartworth township at all but in Wooldale. I think the explanation lies in that early in the medieval period there was an entity called the Free Chase of Cartworth, dating back to late Anglo-Saxon times. This lay entirely in Kirkburton parish. Sometime after the Conquest some townships were hived off and others, from Almondbury parish added. The name Cartworth Mill would make sense if it dated back to this period.
This identification would suggest that John Dearnally may have lived at the mill or a cottage on the mill estate but he wasn't the mill tenant.
- Ian Goddard.
John Dearnally died in March 1838 at Ward Place, Cartworth, Yorkshire, England, at age 76 years and 10 months
John Dearnally was buried on 15 March 1838 at Chapelry of Holmfirth, Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England,