Moses Derneley was born in April 1685 at Bradwall, Derbyshire, England.
Moses Derneley was the son of John Derneley and Alice Hallom.
Moses Derneley was baptised on 14 May 1685 at St. Peter's Church, Hope, Derbyshire, England.
Moses Derneley died in May 1685 at Bradwall, Hope, Derbyshire, England, at age 1 month.
Moses Derneley was buried on 27 May 1685 at Hope, Derbyshire, England.
Jonathan Derneley was born about February 1686 at Bradwall, Derbyshire, England.
Jonathan Derneley was the son of John Derneley and Alice Hallom.
Jonathan Derneley was baptised on 27 February 1686 at Hope, Glossop Parish, Derbyshire, England.
Jonathan Derneley died in May 1703 at Bradwall, Derbyshire, England.
Jonathan Derneley was buried on 19 May 1703 at Hope, Derbyshire, England,
see John Derneley.
Dorathea Derneley was born in November 1669 at Bradwall, Derbyshire, England.
Dorathea Derneley was the daughter of John Derneley.
Dorathea Derneley was baptised on 27 December 1669 at St. Peter's Church, Hope, Derbyshire, England.
Dorathea Derneley died in January 1671 at Bradwall, Derbyshire, England, at age 1 year and 2 months.
Dorathea Derneley was buried on 14 January 1671 at Hope, Derbyshire, England.
John Derneley was born in January 1682 at Bradwall, Derbyshire, England.
John Derneley was the son of Edward Dernely and Maria Marshall.
John Derneley was baptised on 5 February 1682 at Hope, Derbyshire, England.
John Derneley died in December 1715 at Sheffield, Yorkshire, England, at age 33 years and 11 months.
John Derneley left a will on 1 December 1715 at Sheffield, Yorkshire, England.
Line breaks as in the original. Abbreviations have been expanded thus: Jan(ua)ry.
In the name of God, Amen, the first day of December, 1715.
I John Dearnely of Sheffield, Schoolmaster being Sick and
weak in body but of perfect Mind and Memory, Thanks be given
unto God: Therefore calling unto mind, the Mortality of my Body
and knowing it is appointed for all men once to Die, do make and
ordain this my last Will and Testament, that is to say, first and
principaly, I give and recommend my Soul into the hands of God that
gave it: and my Body I recommend to the Earth to be buried in
decent Christian Burial, at the discretion of my Executor, nothing
doubting but at the general Resurrection I shall receive the same
again by the mighty power of God And as touching my Worldly
Estate I give and dispose of the same, as followeth,
Imprimis, I give and bequeath to my sister Mary Hurler of Bradwall
a Box with pewter. I give to my Brother Edwd Dearnely
one pound with all my Cloaths Woolen & linnon. To Mr Reed or
Mr Turie for a funeral sermon half a Guinea. To my beloved
Friend Mr William Hawley whom I ordain Executor of this my last
Will and Testament, fifteen shillings. The rest of my Goods,
Books, money and whatever else is due unto me I leave to
my Beloved Sister Margret Hide or her Issue. In witness
whereof I the said John Dearnely to this my last will and
Testament do set my Hand and seal
Signed, sealed and declared by the
said John Dearnely as his last Will
and Testament in the presence of us
Added in the margin: Note that I Jon Dearnely in the cloaths that I bequeath
unto my Brother Edwd Dearnely do order that Jon Hurler
have my best coat Witness my hand Jon Dearnely
An Inventory of John Dearnlys goods etc Jan(ua)ry the 10 1715 (ecclesiastical year)
|Appraised by us|
are minor household goods of little value.
named in John Dearnely's will of 1715
|Sisters:||Mary Hurler of Bradwell|
Transcribed by Janet A Davies
William Dernilie was born about January 1636 at Derbyshire, England,
William Dernilie was the son of Jo Greene.
William Dernilie was baptised on 5 February 1636 at Hope, Derbyshire, England.
William Dernilie died on 6 February 1636 at Hope, Derbyshire, England.
William Dernilie was buried on 7 February 1636 at Hope, Derbyshire, England.
Jo Greene was born about 1608.
Child of Jo Greene
- William Dernilie b. abt Jan 1636, d. 6 Feb 1636