infant Dernelee

ID# 14451, b. about May 1626, d. May 1626
Infant Dernelee was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)
Birth:
infant Dernelee was born about May 1626 at Padfield, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Death:
infant Dernelee died in May 1626 at Padfield, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Infant Dernelee was the child of Edward Dearnley and Joane Brammall.

Burial:
infant Dernelee was buried on 25 May 1626 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.

Helen Dernilee

ID# 14452, b. January 1644, d. April 1644
Helen Dernilee was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)
Birth:
Helen Dernilee was born in January 1644 at Padfield, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Helen Dernilee was the daughter of Edward Dearnley and Joane Brammall.

Baptism:
Helen Dernilee was baptised on 4 February 1644 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
Transcribed as:
Helena Dernilee daughter of Edvardi & Joa: of Padfield
RootsWeb.


Death:
Helen Dernilee died in April 1644 at Padfield, Glossop, Derbyshire, England, at age 3 months.


Burial:
Helen Dernilee was buried on 26 April 1644 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.

William Dearnilee als Newton

ID# 14453, b. about 1590, d. about September 1668
William Dearnilee als Newton was also recorded as William Newton - assuming this is the trustee named in the will of Oliver D. 1588-1638 - (William Dearnilie als Newton.)
He was also recorded as William Derneley.
He was also recorded as William Dearnilie.
He was also recorded as William Dernelle.
He was also recorded as William Dernely.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Referred to as 'William Dearnilee als Newton' in Oliver D.'s 1638 will. (see Oliver Dernelee)

Note on Use of Aliases
Aliases were used in the 17th century in a variety of circumstances including:
(i)   for illegitimate children - this usage appears in the Glossop parish registers;
(ii)  when a child was raised by a step-father from a young age;
(iii) to distinguish someone from others of the same name living in the same locality.

When the above Oliver of the Blackshaw wrote his will in 1638, he named one of his trustees as William Dearnely als Newton. We initially thought this might be an example of usage (ii) above, but now consider it more likely to have been an instance of usage (iii). The 'Newton' reference was obviously considered sufficient to distinguish him from the other Williams of Padfield alive in 1638 (of which there were several) but the Newton reference is proving difficult to explain in 2017.

One possibility is that one of the 4 paternal uncles of Oliver of the Blackshaw 1588-1638 (3052) had married a Newton, and had a son William (ie a cousin to this Oliver). This interpretation would mean that 'William Dearnely als Newton' was shorthand for 'William Dearnely whose mother was a Newton'.

JAD 2017.


Birth:
William Dearnilee als Newton was born about 1590
N.B. William's parentage is a weak connection.
Currently we are assuming that William is a cousin to Oliver D. (see Oliver Dernelee)
As such, William's father would be one of Oliver's uncles: William (1565-), Oliver (1567-), Edward (1569)- or Nicolas (1571-).
A father 'Unknown' D. has been created, married to a Newton, until more information is available.


William Dearnilee als Newton was the son of Unknown Dernelie and Unknown Newton.

Marriage:
William Dearnilee als Newton married Joane Goddard, daughter of (?) Goddard and (?) (?), on 23 November 1623 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
More evidence of this connection:

Elenn Whitell witnessed William's will in 1667 and received £10. I think this is Helena Whitle.
There is a marriage of an Elizabeth Goddard, who I assume to be Joane's sister, to William Whitle on 20 Jan 1624, Glossop.
Helena Whitle was baptised 17 Apr 1636, Glossop, parents William and Elizabeth of Whitfield. - JAD.



Note:
in June 1638
Mentioned in Oliver D's will.
"Also I do desire William Dearnilie als Newton and William Syke to be Trustees of this my last will and testament ..."
see Oliver Dernelee.


Residence:
in July 1667 William Dearnilee als Newton lived at Padfield, Derbyshire, England.


Will:
William Dearnilee als Newton left a will on 14 July 1667.
Will of William Derneley of Padfield

1 In the name of good amen the fortinth daie of July in the eghtenth yeare
2 of the reain of our souferengh lord Charles the second by the grase of good of
3 England Scotland France and Ireland kinge defender of the feath anno dom[ini] 1667
4 I William Dearnely of Padfeild in the countey of Darbey wolen wever beinge aged
5 and wecke of bodey, but of good and perfect memorey presed be good for the same
6 doe ordaine constetute and make this teastement of writing, here in my last
7 will and teastement, in manner and forme foliuing ferst I give and bequeth my
8 soule in to the hands of Allmightey good my hevenley father creator and maker
9 trastinge onley in and thorough the mercies of Jesus Crist his death and pascon
10 to bee one of the number of (the crossed through) his elect & chosen peepell, my bodey to the erth
11 from whence it came to bee buried in due and desent maner att the discresion of my
12 execotor here after named and for such temporall goodes as good of his mersey
13 hath endued mee with all my mind and will is as here after foloueth
14 Ferst my mind and will is thatt my debtes and funerall expences and all other
15 debtes shall be paied out of my wholl estate
16 Ferst I give unto Elenn Whitell my bed and best cofer and tenn poundes in
17 money to bee paied within one whole yeare after my desece
18 It[em] I give unto Elizebath Hadfeild the wife of John Hadfeild one pound
19 It[em] I give unto William Sikes my best shut of close and one pound
20 It[em] I give unto Rebeco Sikes wife of Wiliam Sikes whether of my brase potes shee pleseth
21 It[em] I give unto John Dearnely my second shut of close and one pound
22 It[em] I give unto Elinn Hall the wife of Robert Hall my chare and one pound
23 It[em] I give unto William Dearnely of Whitfield one pound and Marey Dearnely daughter
24 of William Dearnely 5s and a litell cofer and Saran Dearneli his second daughter
25 5s and a litell arke
26 It[em] I give unto Elien Sickes of Thorsed one pound
27 It[em] I give unto Ann Sickes of Thorsed tenn shillinges
28 It[em] I give and Elizebath Hadfeild daughter of John Hadfeild my second brasse pott
29 It[em] I give all the rest of my goods unto John Hadfeild and I doe apoint him my
30 sole and whole executore to execeute and performe this my last will and testement
31 acording to the trast I repose in him, in witenes where of to this my will
32 revocing all other willes I have set to my hand and seale the daie and
33 yeare ferst above writen
34 Will Dearnely his mark and seale
35 witenes Will Sikes his mark
36 Elen Whitell her mark


Inventory
1   The true and lawfull inventary of all the goods and chatteles  
2   of William Dearnely of Padfeild in the p[ar]ish of Glossop and  
3   countey of Derbie clothier deceased praised by Thomas
4   Hadfeild George Doxson Thomas Garlick William Hadfeild  
5   in the same p[ar]ish and county aforesaid yeamen the eighteeneth  
6   day of November in the twenteeth yeare of the raigne of  
7   our suforaigne Lord King Charles the seacond by the grace  
8   of God of England Schotland France and Ireland King defender  
9   of the faith etc Anno Domini 1668 li---s--d 
10   Imprimis his purse and aparill ------ 1---0--0 
11   Item one cow ------ 4---0--0 
12   Item in lyny (?linen) ------ 0--15--0 
13   Item in beding and bedsteeds ------ 1--10--0 
14   Item in meale ------ 1---0--0 
15   Item in one arke and two cofores ------ 0--14--0 
16   Item in butter and cheese ------ 0--11--0 
17   Item in bras and one leade ------ 0---8--0 
18   Item in iron ware ------ 0---2--0 
19   Item in asack and cushons ------ 0---1--0 
20   Item in pullen ------ 0---0--8 
21   Item in turves ------ 0---2--0 
22   Item in wooden ware and husslement ------ 0---5--0 
23   Item owing to the testator ------ 10---8--8 
24   Debts oweing to the testator ------ li---s--d 
25   Imp[rimis] John Hadfield ------ 18---8--8 
26   Ite[m] Regnald Goddard ------ 0--12--0 
27   Ite[m] Robert Mosse ------ 0---2--11
28   Ite[m] Tho: Barbar & Robert Boyer upon bond ------ 5---0--0 
29   sum[m]a totalis    34-11--7 
30   William Hadfield  
31   Geo: Doxon  
32   Thomas Hadfeild  
33   Thomas Garlick  

Transcribed by Marie Ball
February 2012

People named in William's 1667 will
Unfortunately, William declined to explain his relationship to any of the people named in his will.

Elenn Whitell Daughter of William’s assumed sister-in-law Elizabeth
(née Goddard)
£10
Elizebath Hadfeild Daughter of Helena (née Dernilee) from Blackshaw £1
William Sikes Son of Elizabeth (née Dernelee) from Blackshaw £1
Rebeco Sikes Wife of the above William Sikes
John Dearnely Received second-best suit of clothes as well as £1.
Possibly an unknown son of John Dernilee (1562-) of Blackshaw:
two candidates are John Dernelee (1592-) of Hadfield and
John Dernelee (1596-) of Glossop.
£1
Elinn Hall Daughter of Oliver Dernelee of the Blackshaw £1
William Dearnely Lived Whitfield - relationship to the testator currently
unknown
£1
Marey Dearnely Daughter of William above 5s
Sarah Dearnely Daughter of William of Whitfield above 5s
Elien Sickes Daughter of Elizabeth (nee Dernelee) from Blackshaw £1
Ann Sickes ? 10s
John Hadfield Husband of the above Elizabeth Hadfeild daughter of Helena.
Received ‘best shut of close’ and the residue of the estate

Notes on the above table
(i)   We currently have four known Blackshaw children born 1588-1608. The children of 3 of these (Helena,
      Elizabeth, Oliver) are included above. No children have been found for Alice.
(ii)  It is unclear why John Hadfield received the residue of William’s estate, and not Elizabeth (née Dernilee)
      his wife, or their daughter Elizabeth, both of whom we believe were kinswomen of William’s.
      Perhaps John Hadfield had some other, closer, relationship to William via his parents?
(iii) William left 5s to the two sisters Marey and Sarah, children of William Dearnely of Whitfield, but there is no mention of their
      two brothers John and Anthony (who may have died before the will was written).



- JAD 2017.


Death:
William Dearnilee als Newton died about September 1668 at Padfield, Glossop Parish, Derbyshire, England.

Joane Goddard

ID# 14454, b. about 1602, d. August 1657
From 23 November 1623, her married name was Dearnilee.
From 23 November 1623, her married name was Dearnilie.
From 23 November 1623, her married name was Dernelle.
From 23 November 1623, her married name was Dernely.
Birth:
Joane Goddard was born about 1602.


Joane Goddard was the daughter of (?) Goddard and (?) (?)

Marriage:
Joane Goddard married William Dearnilee als Newton, son of Unknown Dernelie and Unknown Newton, on 23 November 1623 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
More evidence of this connection:

Elenn Whitell witnessed William's will in 1667 and received £10. I think this is Helena Whitle.
There is a marriage of an Elizabeth Goddard, who I assume to be Joane's sister, to William Whitle on 20 Jan 1624, Glossop.
Helena Whitle was baptised 17 Apr 1636, Glossop, parents William and Elizabeth of Whitfield. - JAD.


Death:
Joane Goddard died in August 1657 at Derbyshire, England.


Burial:
Joane Goddard was buried on 2 September 1657 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
as 'Joane Dernely, spouse William.'

George Garlicke

ID# 14455, b. about 1577
Birth:
George Garlicke was born about 1577.


Marriage:
George Garlicke married Ann (?) about 1598.

Child of George Garlicke and Ann (?)

Ann (?)

ID# 14456, b. about 1577
From about 1598, her married name was Garlicke.
Birth:
Ann (?) was born about 1577.


Marriage:
Ann (?) married George Garlicke about 1598.

Child of Ann (?) and George Garlicke