Florence Dearnley

ID# 13761, b. about October 1890, d. 1 April 1899
Florence Dearnley was also recorded as Florrie Dearnley.
She was also recorded as Florey Dearnley.
Birth:
Florence Dearnley was born about October 1890 at Thorne, Yorkshire.


Florence Dearnley was the daughter of Thomas Dearnley and Mary Ann Smith.

Death:
Florence Dearnley died on 1 April 1899 at Royal Infirmary, Sheffield, Yorkshire,
Florrie died in a fire accident. Her nightdress caught fire while she attempted to light the gas with a piece of lighted paper.
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Three cases of death by burning were inquired into yesterday at the Royal Infirmary by Mr. Dossey Wightman, Coroner. The first case was that of Florence Dearnley, aged eight years and seven months, daughter of Thomas Dearnley, of 26, Beeley Street, who died at the Infirmary on Saturday from injuries received on Friday last by being burnt. Mary Ann Dearnley mother of the deceased, said she sent deceased to bed with a younger child, and the girl had not gone upstairs many minutes before witness heard her scream, and found her on the stairs with her nightdress ablaze. Deceased ran downstairs and jumped into a bath full of water, in which she had washed herself before going to bed. The younger girl had told witness that deceased tried to light the gas with a piece of lighted paper, and that whilst endeavouring to extiguish this her nightdress caught fire. Deceased was taken immediately to the Royal Infirmary by a neighbour, and she died at that institution the next day. Mrs. Ducksbury, a neighbour, who ran into the house on hearing the child scream, gave corroborative evidence. She said a piece of burnt newspaper was found at the top of the stairs. The jury returned a verdict of Accident Death.
newspaper report dated Wednesday, 5th April, 1899

Multiple News Items.
The Sheffield & Rotherham Independent (Sheffield, England), Wednesday, April 05, 1899; pg. 2; Issue 13851. 19th Century British Library Newspapers: Part II.


Burial:
Florence Dearnley was buried on 5 April 1899 at Burngreave Cemetery, Sheffield, Yorkshire,
Grave number 53 Section R Burngreave Cemetery Sheffield
buried with sister Doris
There are five more DEARNLEY burials in this grave.

Florence Dearnley appeared in the 1891 census at
54 Percy Street, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield, Yorkshire.
On 5 April 1891:-

DEARNLEY, Thomas Head Mar 25 Fireman Rolling Hill, Thorne, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Mary A Wife Mar 24 - Thorne, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, John Thos Son - 5 - Thorne, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Mary J Dau - 3 - Thorne, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Florey Dau - 6 - Thorne, Yorkshire

RG number: RG12 Piece: 3830 Folio: 25 Page: 11
Registration District: Sheffield Sub District: Brightside
Enumeration District: 17 Ecclesiastical Parish: Neepsend St Michaels
Civil Parish: Brightside Bierlow Municipal Borough: Sheffield
Address: 54, Percy Street, Brightside Bierlow, Sheffield, Yorkshire (West Riding.)


Joseph Mather

ID# 13763, b. about 1778
Birth:
Joseph Mather was born about 1778.

Occupation:
in 1838 Joseph Mather was a Weaver.

Child of Joseph Mather

John Dearnally

ID# 13764, b. about 1820
John Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Suspect this is a Dearnally/Donnelly switch.


Birth:
John Dearnally was born about 1820.


John Dearnally was the son of Patrick Dearnally.

Marriage:
John Dearnally married Johanna White, daughter of Thomas White, on 5 September 1843 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Staly Bridge, Ashton & Oldham R.D., Cheshire,
John Dearnally full age Bachelor, Works in a Factory res: Spring Street, Staly Bridge fa: Patrick Dearnally, Labourer
Joanna White full age Spinster, Works in a Factory res: Spring Street, Staly Bridge fa: Thomas White, Labourer
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Frank Degman (her mark) & Alicia McDermott Roe (his mark.)

Occupation:
in 1843 at Spring Street, Staly Bridge, Ashton & Oldham, Cheshire, John Dearnally was a Works in a factory.

Johanna White

ID# 13765, b. about 1820
From 5 September 1843, her married name was Dearnally.
Birth:
Johanna White was born about 1820.


Johanna White was the daughter of Thomas White.

Marriage:
Johanna White married John Dearnally, son of Patrick Dearnally, on 5 September 1843 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, Staly Bridge, Ashton & Oldham R.D., Cheshire,
John Dearnally full age Bachelor, Works in a Factory res: Spring Street, Staly Bridge fa: Patrick Dearnally, Labourer
Joanna White full age Spinster, Works in a Factory res: Spring Street, Staly Bridge fa: Thomas White, Labourer
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Frank Degman (her mark) & Alicia McDermott Roe (his mark.)

Occupation:
in 1843 at Spring Street, Staly Bridge, Ashton & Oldham, Cheshire, Johanna White was a Works in a factory.

Patrick Dearnally

ID# 13766, b. about 1792
Patrick Dearnally was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Suspect this is a Dearnally/Donnelly switch.


Birth:
Patrick Dearnally was born about 1792.

Occupation:
in 1843 Patrick Dearnally was a Labourer.

Child of Patrick Dearnally

Thomas White

ID# 13767, b. about 1792
Birth:
Thomas White was born about 1792.

Occupation:
in 1843 Thomas White was a Labourer.

Child of Thomas White

William Coates

ID# 13769, b. about 1814, d. before 1864
Birth:
William Coates was born about 1814.


Death:
William Coates died before 1864.

Child of William Coates

James Richard Wilkinson

ID# 13770, b. about 1832
Birth:
James Richard Wilkinson was born about 1832.


Marriage:
James Richard Wilkinson married Catherine Selina Barlow, daughter of George Barlow, on 22 June 1851 at St. Mary's Church, Eccles, Barton R.D., Lancashire,
James Richard Wilkinson Minor Bachelor, Druggist res: Franshire(?) Street, Pendleton fa: Abaraham Wilkinson, ??? Manufacturer
Catherine Selina Barlow Minor Spinster, --- res: Franshire(?) Street, Pendleton fa: George Barlow, Carpenter
Married by Licence
Both signed
Witnesses: Joseph Smith & Catherine Miller.

Children of James Richard Wilkinson and Catherine Selina Barlow