George Derneley

ID# 14853, b. about 1600, d. about December 1646
George Derneley was also recorded as George Dearnly.
He was also recorded as George Deurnelee.
He was also recorded as George Dernellie.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

The only currently known Derwent residents are this George D & a Roger D (c.1530-).
Possibly grandfather & [gt-] grandson ?
see Roger Darneley.


Birth:
George Derneley was born about 1600.


Marriage:
George Derneley married Alice Chapman on 2 May 1621 at Chapel En Le Frith, Derbyshire,
The Chapel en Le Frith Marriage Transcript shows George as from Darwen.
The National Gazetteer of 1868 described Derwent as "a chapelry in the parish of Hathersage, hundred of High Peak, in the county of Derby, 3¾ miles N.E. of Castleton, and 11 W. of Sheffield". The village disappeared under the Ladybower Reservoir in 1943.
Spellings include Darwen, Darwyn, Darwin, Darwent. -JAD.


Residence:
in 1646 George Derneley lived at Derwent, Hathersadge, Derbyshire.



Note:
in March 1646
George Dernilly/Dernelly is named in the March 1646 will of Adam Troute of Darwend, cloathyer, (indexed as Adam Trowt on findmypast).
George was owed 2s6d, and was left half a peck of meal (as were a lot of other people).
-JAD.


Will:
George Derneley left a will on 4 November 1646 at Derwent, Hathersage, Derbyshire.
Will of George Derneley of Hathersage
1 In the name of God Amen the fourth day of November in the yeare
2 of our Lord God 1646 I George Dernellie of Derwent in the parish of
3 Hathersadge & countye of Derbie linen webster beinge weak in bodie
4 but perfecte in mynde thankes be given to God therefore doe make ordaine
5 constitute & appoynt this my last will & testament in manner & forme
6 followinge, first & principally I bequeath to Almightie God my soule
7 trustinge through the meritts & mediacon of Christ Jesus to be partak
8 -er of everlastinge life and my bodie to the earth from whence it came
9 to be buried at the discretion of my executor
10 first I give & bequeath to John Morten milner the right & possession of
11 my house & crofte & all thereunto belonginge except a beddroome which I
12 give & leave to Elizabeth Cocke Item I give unto Elizabeth Cocke my bedd
13 & all my beddcloase & one great Potte & one little panne & foure dublers
14 & one coffer in the house & one little Potte and whereas John March
15 -enton (?Marchington) oweth me a certaine summe of money which I have made a letter of
16 atturney of to Joseph Eyre my minde & will is that after my funerall
17 expences debts and legacies be paide & discharged out of itt that Elizabeth
18 Cocke shall have the remainder if anie such bee, Item I give to Thomas
19 Brownhill sixe pence Item I give to John Brownhill sixe pence Item I
20 give & bequeath unto John Morten aforesaid all the rest of my goods
21 not heretofore bequeathed Item I nominate & appoynt the foresaid John
22 Morten sole executor of this my last will & testament hopeing he will
23 performe it accordinge to my minde and I desire & appoint my welbeloved
24 frends Joseph Eyre & Nicholas Troute overseers of this my last will
25 & testament In wittnesse whereof I have hereunto put my hand and seale the
26 day & yeare abovesaid
27 sealed & subscribed
28 unto in presence of
29 Nicholas Troute
30 Hen Robinson &
31 Lawrence Greene
The probate appears to spell the executor's name as Johan Martin


Inventory
1  A true & perfect inventorie of all the goods of George
2  Dernelly deceased vewed & prised the eighteenth day
3  of Februarie Anno Domini 1646 by Joseph Eyre gent
4  Nicholas Troute John Badgshawe & Lawrence
5  Greene as followeth------------------------------ li----s-----d
6  Imprimis his purse & apparell---------------------- 0----1-----0
7  Item a peire of blanketts & ij coverletts------------ 0----3-----0
8  Item one featherbedd ij bolsters & one pillow------ 1----0-----4
9  Item one stone trough & ij tubbs------------------- 0----5-----0
10 Item barley--------------------------------------- 0----0-----6
11 Item v dublors one saucer one brass candle   }  
12 sticke & one pewter candlesticke             }------- 0---10-----6
13 Item one board cloath---------------------------- 0----1-----0
14 Item ij cheists------------------------------------- 0---18-----0
15 Item ij brasse potts & a little brasse panne-------- 1----1-----0
16 Item one fytte & a loome------------------------- 0----2-----4
17 Item a peire of weighscales with beame and }  
18 brasse halfe pound                        }--- 0--- -1-----8
19 Item ij tables & their frames---------------------- 0-----8-----0
20 Item one forme with cheers & stooles------------ 0-----2-----0
21 Item quishens------------------------------------ 0-----0----10
22 Item a boxe a doshen a little tubb & a fitte-------- 0-----1-----0
23 Item a maund a little iron teame old iron night  }  
24 ropes a wascoate & ij pillowbeeres               }-- 0-----5-----0
25 Item a peire of clogg wheeles a stone morter   }  
26 a barrell a fanne fish pannes a trecle   }  
27 barrell & iij trenchers               }------------- 0-----5-----0
28 Item a salt and a saucer-------------------------- 0-----0-----4
29 Item husslement of house------------------------- 0-----4-----0
30 Debts oweinge to the saide George Dernelly  
31 Item John Marchenton---------------------------- 8-----0-----0
32 George Yeollotte--------------------------------- 0-----9-----0
33 Henrie Thorpe------------------------------------ 0-----1-----0
34 Summe totalis------------------------------------ 14----05----06


line 23 a maund is a wicker or woven basket having a handle according to the OED
line 11 a dublor (doubler), also in body of the will, can have several meanings from the OED. It may be a blanket used in calico
printing, part of a still or almost anything used in a double form.

line 16 and 22 a fitte. I found no useful meaning in the OED
line 22 a doshen. I couldn't find this in the OED
transcribed by Marie Ball
2011.


Death:
George Derneley died about December 1646.

Occupation:
George Derneley was a Linen Webster.

Alice Chapman

ID# 14854, b. about 1600, d. May 1639
From 2 May 1621, her married name was Deurnelee.
From 2 May 1621, her married name was Derneley.
From 2 May 1621, her married name was Dearnly.
Birth:
Alice Chapman was born about 1600.


Marriage:
Alice Chapman married George Derneley on 2 May 1621 at Chapel En Le Frith, Derbyshire,
The Chapel en Le Frith Marriage Transcript shows George as from Darwen.
The National Gazetteer of 1868 described Derwent as "a chapelry in the parish of Hathersage, hundred of High Peak, in the county of Derby, 3¾ miles N.E. of Castleton, and 11 W. of Sheffield". The village disappeared under the Ladybower Reservoir in 1943.
Spellings include Darwen, Darwyn, Darwin, Darwent. -JAD.


Death:
Alice Chapman died in May 1639 at Derbyshire.


Burial:
Alice Chapman was buried on 16 May 1639 at Hathersage, Derbyshire,
Recorded as 'Alicia uxor Georgii Dearnly.'

George Dyneley

ID# 14855, b. about December 1608, d. 14 July 1611
George Dyneley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)
Birth:
George Dyneley was born about December 1608 at Swillington, Yorkshire.


George Dyneley was the son of John Dyneley and (?) (?)

Baptism:
George Dyneley was baptised on 11 December 1608 at Swillington, Leeds, Yorkshire.


Death:
George Dyneley died on 14 July 1611 at Swillington, Leeds, Yorkshire.

John Dyneley

ID# 14856, b. about 1580
John Dyneley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)
Birth:
John Dyneley was born about 1580.


Marriage:
John Dyneley married (?) (?) about 1601.


Residence:
in 1608 John Dyneley lived at Swillington, Leeds, Yorkshire.

Child of John Dyneley and (?) (?)

(?) (?)

ID# 14857, b. about 1580
From about 1601, her married name was Dyneley.
Birth:
(?) (?) was born about 1580.


Marriage:
(?) (?) married John Dyneley about 1601.

Child of (?) (?) and John Dyneley

Ann Melloy

ID# 14858, b. 1852
Birth:
Ann Melloy was born in 1852 at Manchester, Lancashire.


Ann Melloy was the daughter of James Melloy and Mary Ann Dearnley.
Ann Melloy appeared in the 1861 census at
34 Portland Street, Manchester, Lancashire.
On 7 April 1861:-

MELLOY, James Head Mar 38 Engraver Employing 3 Man Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Mary Ann Wife Mar 39 Engraver Wife Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Thomas Son - 15 Apprentice Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, John Son - 12 Scholar Russia British Subject
MELLOY, Sarah Ann Dau - 10 Scholar Russia British Subject
MELLOY, Ann Dau - 8 Scholar Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Alfred Son - 2 Scholar Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Mary Dau - 2mo - Manchester, Lancashire
REAGEN, Mary Servant Wid 40 Servant Ireland

RG number: RG09 Piece: 2962 Folio: 56 Page: 26
Registration District: Manchester Sub District: 5 St George
Enumeration District: 28 Ecclesiastical Parish: St Catherine
Civil Parish: Manchester Municipal Borough: Manchester
Address: 34, Portland Street "White (?)art", Manchester, Lancashire.


Alfred Melloy

ID# 14859, b. 1858
Birth:
Alfred Melloy was born in 1858 at Manchester, Lancashire.


Alfred Melloy was the son of James Melloy and Mary Ann Dearnley.
Alfred Melloy appeared in the 1861 census at
34 Portland Street, Manchester, Lancashire.
On 7 April 1861:-

MELLOY, James Head Mar 38 Engraver Employing 3 Man Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Mary Ann Wife Mar 39 Engraver Wife Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Thomas Son - 15 Apprentice Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, John Son - 12 Scholar Russia British Subject
MELLOY, Sarah Ann Dau - 10 Scholar Russia British Subject
MELLOY, Ann Dau - 8 Scholar Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Alfred Son - 2 Scholar Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Mary Dau - 2mo - Manchester, Lancashire
REAGEN, Mary Servant Wid 40 Servant Ireland

RG number: RG09 Piece: 2962 Folio: 56 Page: 26
Registration District: Manchester Sub District: 5 St George
Enumeration District: 28 Ecclesiastical Parish: St Catherine
Civil Parish: Manchester Municipal Borough: Manchester
Address: 34, Portland Street "White (?)art", Manchester, Lancashire.


Mary Melloy

ID# 14860, b. February 1861
Birth:
Mary Melloy was born in February 1861 at Manchester, Lancashire.


Mary Melloy was the daughter of James Melloy and Mary Ann Dearnley.
Mary Melloy appeared in the 1861 census at
34 Portland Street, Manchester, Lancashire.
On 7 April 1861:-

MELLOY, James Head Mar 38 Engraver Employing 3 Man Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Mary Ann Wife Mar 39 Engraver Wife Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Thomas Son - 15 Apprentice Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, John Son - 12 Scholar Russia British Subject
MELLOY, Sarah Ann Dau - 10 Scholar Russia British Subject
MELLOY, Ann Dau - 8 Scholar Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Alfred Son - 2 Scholar Manchester, Lancashire
MELLOY, Mary Dau - 2mo - Manchester, Lancashire
REAGEN, Mary Servant Wid 40 Servant Ireland

RG number: RG09 Piece: 2962 Folio: 56 Page: 26
Registration District: Manchester Sub District: 5 St George
Enumeration District: 28 Ecclesiastical Parish: St Catherine
Civil Parish: Manchester Municipal Borough: Manchester
Address: 34, Portland Street "White (?)art", Manchester, Lancashire.