Neville Hobson

ID# 14561, b. 13 April 1886
Birth:
Neville Hobson was born on 13 April 1886.


Marriage:
Neville Hobson married Sarah Kathleen Darneley, daughter of Edwy Maltby Darneley and Kate Lewis, about February 1919 at Hull, Yorkshire.

Neville Hobson appeared in the 1939 register at
39 North Bar Without, Beverley M.B., Yorkshire.
In September 1939:-

HOBSON, Neville 13 Apr 1886 Married Solicitor(Clerk To Beverly Rural Dist Council)
HOBSON, Sarah H 14 Mar 1895 Married Unpaid Domestic Duties
1 more person record which is officially closed
DARNELEY, Kate 18 Oct 1865 Widowed Private Means
ROWLAND, Gertrude 01 Jul 1871 Single Head Mistress, Retired (Incapacitated)
GOWLAND, Polly M H (May) 11 Oct 1896 Single Nurse Companion
GRAY, Jane (later Dalby) 21 Sep 1916 Single Cook
DARNELEY, Oswald H B 12 Apr 1896 Married Master Builder
DARNELEY, Isabella 17 Mar 1899 Married Unpaid Domestic Duties
Schedule No. 284.


Kenneth F Pickersgill

ID# 14563, b. 16 June 1915, d. about May 1961
Birth:
Kenneth F Pickersgill was born on 16 June 1915.


Marriage:
Kenneth F Pickersgill married Gladys Hilda Dearnaley, daughter of Albert Dearnaley and Ethel Wigfall, about November 1938 at Sheffield, Yorkshire.


Death:
Kenneth F Pickersgill died about May 1961 at Sheffield R.D., Yorkshire,
recorded as age 45.

Kenneth F Pickersgill appeared in the 1939 register at
14 Garry Road, Sheffield C.B., Yorkshire.
In September 1939:-

PICKERSGILL, Kenneth F 16 Jun 1915 Married Body Builder, Bus body Maintenans
PICKERSGILL, Gladys H 02 Dec 1917 Married Unpaid Domestic Duties
Schedule No. 225.


John Dernelegh (I)

ID# 14564, b. about 1450, d. before 1504
John Dernelegh (I) was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)

Note:

Key to Padfield+ Dearnleys:

     The generation mumbers are based on individuals known in 2016.

John (I) c.1450-, property in Holme, married to Alice
William (I) son of above; c.1474- see William Dernelegh (I)
John (II) of Padfield c.1495-, brother or son of William (I) see John Dernylye (II)
William (II) of Padfield b. before 1518, son of John (II) see William Dernelee (II)
William (III) of Padfield c.1560-, likely descendant of William (II)
 (son or grandson), married Elizabeth
see William Dearnley (III)
John (III) of Padfield c.1582-, son of William (III), married to Ann then Alice see John Derneley (III)
William (IV) of Mottram
 & Padfield
c.1604-, married to Marie Redditch see William Dearneley (IV).


Birth:
John Dernelegh (I) was born about 1450.


Marriage:
John Dernelegh (I) married Alice (?) about 1470
possibly Alice Broadhead. see notes (1504) for her son William.
see William Dernelegh (I).


Death:
John Dernelegh (I) died before 1504.

Child of John Dernelegh (I) and Alice (?)

Alice (?)

ID# 14565, b. about 1450, d. before 1504
From about 1470, her married name was Dernelegh.
Birth:
Alice (?) was born about 1450.


Marriage:
Alice (?) married John Dernelegh (I) about 1470
possibly Alice Broadhead. see notes (1504) for her son William.
see William Dernelegh (I).


Death:
Alice (?) died before 1504.

Child of Alice (?) and John Dernelegh (I)

William Dernelegh (I)

ID# 14566, b. about 1474
William Dernelegh (I) was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)

Note:

Key to Padfield+ Dearnleys:

     The generation mumbers are based on individuals known in 2016.

John (I) c.1450-, property in Holme, married to Alice see John Dernelegh (I)
William (I) son of above; c.1474-
John (II) of Padfield c.1495-, brother or son of William (I) see John Dernylye (II)
William (II) of Padfield b. before 1518, son of John (II) see William Dernelee (II)
William (III) of Padfield c.1560-, likely descendant of William (II)
 (son or grandson), married Elizabeth
see William Dearnley (III)
John (III) of Padfield c.1582-, son of William (III), married to Ann then Alice see John Derneley (III)
William (IV) of Mottram
 & Padfield
c.1604-, married to Marie Redditch see William Dearneley (IV).


Birth:
William Dernelegh (I) was born about 1474.


William Dernelegh (I) was the son of John Dernelegh (I) and Alice (?)


Note:
in 1504
From a list of heriots in the Wakefield manorial rolls including, against 1504 :

"Holme. William Dernelegh pays 17s heriot on the death of his father and mother John and Alice. "
In this context "Holme" could include anywhere from Upperthong to Fulstone.

When William of Padfield 14566 inherited the Upperthong property he did so on the death of both his father, John & mother Alice. The fact that it was in consequence of both parents makes me wonder whether the property came from Alice's family and that Alice, or at least her family came from the Holmfirth area.

I've been reading the manorial rolls for 1433/6 recently published. This seems to have been a time when land was being enclosed from the manorial waste on a substantial scale. This includes the following from 13 Jan 1346:

William Broadhead came into court and took from the lord 1 acre of land from the lord's waste in le Neitherend of Markbothome and 3 acres 1 rood there with appurtenances in Holme [in this context Holme would encompass the entire graveship so there's no reason to suppose that the appurtenances weren't simply on or adjacent to the land; in fact I think it's simply confirming that the entire intake, land & appurtenances both, are in the graveship]. Agreed, to him and his heirs for ever, to hold by customary service rendering annually 2d an acre at the usual terms. Entry fine 12d. new rent 12 3/4d.

John Wyles junior came into court and took from the lord 3 acres 1 rood of land from the lord's waste in Markebothome with appurtenances in Holme. Agreed, to him and his heirs for ever, to hold by customary service rendering annually 3d an acre at the usual terms. Entry fine 19d. new rent 9 3/4d.


3 acres 1 rood corresponds exactly to the Mark Bottoms portion as described a century later. Binns, however, can't be described as the nether end of Mark Bottoms so I don't think the additional acre in William Broadhead's enclosure can be equated with the "one rood of land parcel of one acre" of 1537. (see William Dernelee (II))

It's possible that 3 acres 1 rood is simply a standard size of plot on offer in that particular area at the time and that there may have been later enclosures outside the scope of the published roll. However, it's also possible that one of these men was Alice's father or grandfather.


- Ian Goddard.

John Dyneley

ID# 14567, b. about 1498, d. before 1529
John Dyneley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)

Note:

There is a well-documented Dyneley family of Lancashire, based at Downham in the 15th century, so John and Alice are probably not Dearnleys. -JAD.


Birth:
John Dyneley was born about 1498.


Marriage:
John Dyneley married Alice (?) about 1523.


Death:
John Dyneley died before 1529.

Alice (?)

ID# 14568, b. about 1498, d. before 1553
From about 1523, her married name was Dyneley.
From 1529, her married name was Howarth.
Birth:
Alice (?) was born about 1498.


Marriage:
Alice (?) married John Dyneley about 1523.


Marriage:
Alice (?) married Edmund Howarth in 1529.


Death:
Alice (?) died before 1553.

Child of Alice (?) and Edmund Howarth

Edmund Howarth

ID# 14569, d. 7 September 1554
Birth:
Edmund Howarth was born at Great Howarth, Rochdale, Lancashire.


Marriage:
Edmund Howarth married Alice (?) in 1529.


Marriage:
Edmund Howarth married Margaret (?) about 1540.


Death:
Edmund Howarth died on 7 September 1554.

Child of Edmund Howarth and Alice (?)

Margaret (?)

ID# 14570, b. 1529
From about 1540, her married name was Howarth.
Birth:
Margaret (?) was born in 1529.


Marriage:
Margaret (?) married Edmund Howarth about 1540.

Margaret (?) was living in 1554.