Roger de Dearnley (I)
Suggested Generations of Roger D.
The generation numbers are based on the Rogers known in November 2016.
|I||Roger de Dearnley||c1300||Alive 1332||Contributed to subsidy of 1332.|
|c1335||The Roger Dearnley named in the 1444 court case
with son John.
On the 1379 West Riding Subsidy roll.
|(III)||John the father of Geoffrey, named in 1444 case,
is in this generation.
maybe a Roger)
|1444 court case||Assuming there was a Dearnley involved in the
1444 case, a younger brother of Geoffrey, from
whom the Whiteheads recovered the property.
|(V)||John I 1450-1504, wife Alice, is in this
|VI||Roger Dernely||c1470||Court case 1504-15||Was Roger VI the eldest son of John I?|
|VII||Roger Dernylye||c1500||John II's will 1537||Roger VII was to counsel John II?s children.
(Based on the above suggestion for Roger VI, Roger
VII and John II would be cousins.)
|c1537||Court case 1580.
Named in 1586 will.
Son's will 1591.
|Named in 1586 will of Oliver of the Blackshaw.
|(IX)||Oliver of Dinting in this generation.|
|X||Roger Dernellee||c1591||Moved from Dinting to Whitfield.|
The above table ignores the 4 Rogers in the Dernylegh family tree reproduced on the pre-1500 page see Early Dearnleys (about half-way down)
(Roger Dernylegh 1500-, Roger Dernylegh 1520-, Roger Dernylegh 1560-, Roger Dernylegh 1579-) as the dates given in the tree appear to be erroneous.
Further comments on this can be found on the Early Dearnleys page.
Roger de Dearnley (I) was born about 1300.
Note: in 1323
South Lancashire in the reign of Edward II, p. 22
see Google Books.
Note: in 1332
Exch. Lay Subs. (Rec. Soc. Lancs. and Ches.)
William Dearneley was born in February 1698 at Whitfield, Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
William Dearneley was the son of Joseph Dearneley and Sara (?)
William Dearneley was baptised in March 1698 at All Saints Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
Glossop Parish Register
indexed as 1697/98.
William Dearneley married Martha (?) about 1720
This could be the marriage of William D. to Martha Green in 1728 (second marriage for Martha).
see William Dearnally.
William Dearneley left a will on 25 July 1761 at Holme, Yorkshire, England.
In the Name of God Amen I William Dearneley
of Holm in the Parish of Almondbury and County of York Clothier being infirm
in Body but of sound Mind and Memory (Praised be Almighty God for the same)
do constitute make and ordain this my last Will and Testament in Manner
and form following. First I will that all my just Debts, Funeral expences,
and Probat of this my last Will and Testament be paid and discharged by my
Executor herein after named. Then I give and bequeath unto Martha my Wife
Forty Pounds to be paid to her at the End of two Months next after me Decease. Also
I give her a Bed and Bedding let her take her Coice, one Chest, one Chair, one Delft:
Case in the Parlour with the things therein, one Corner Cupboard with what is in it
two old Pewter Dishes and two Plates one little square Table and the warming Pan.
Also I give and bequeath unto James Dearneley my Brother twenty Pounds and
all my wearing Apparrel. And if he happen to dye before the End of twelve
Months after my Decease then I give the same to his Children equally amongst
them (Except his Son James) Also I further give unto those his Children forty
Shillings apiece to be paid to them at the End of twelve Months next after
my Decease. Also I give unto Elizabeth the Wife of John Knott ten Pounds, and
for want of her I give the same to her Children equally amongst them. Also
I give unto the Children of John Dearneley my Brother twenty Pounds to be
equally divided amongst them. Also I give unto the Children of Samuel
Dearneley my Brother twenty shillings apiece (that is to say) to as many
as come to demand it. Also I give unto James the Son of Mary Dearneley
my Sister twenty Shillings if he lives to demand it. All which Legacies I do
hereby order and appoint to be paid at the End of twelve Months next after
my Decease Also I give unto Mary now Wife of John Broadhead twenty
Pounds to be paid to her at the End of six months next after my Decease
Also I give unto James Broadhead her Son three Pounds to be paid to him
when he shall attain to the Age of twenty and one Years. And all the Rest,
Residue and Remainder of my Personal Estate whatsoever I give and bequeath
unto James Dearneley my Nephew; and do constitute make and ordain him sole
Executor of this my last Will and Testament making null and void all former
and other Wills by me heretofore made. IN WITNESS whereof I have hereunto
set my Hand and Seal this twenty fifth Day of July in the year of our Lord
One Thousand seven Hundred sixty and one The Mark and Seal of
Signed Sealed published and declared }
to be the last Will and Testament of the }
Testator in the Presence of }
W (his mark)
transcribed by Ian Goddard
I've been thinking about the specific wording relating to Samuel's children: " to as many as come to demand it". Clearly James as exec. is absolved from any responsibility to find them. I wonder if this implies that William had lost contact with Samuel & didn't even know how many children there might be or where they were. This seems unlikely to apply to any of the above so maybe he'd moved further afield or even emigrated. - Ian Goddard.
in 1762 William Dearneley lived at Holme, Yorkshire, England.
William Dearneley died in March 1762 at Yorkshire, England, at age 64 years and 1 month.
William Dearneley was buried on 14 March 1762 at Yorkshire, England.
- John Dernelly (c.1451-)
Stephen Darnelly was born about 1605.
Stephen Darnelly was the son of Daniel Darneley and Mary Stalling.
Note: on 3 March 1619 at London, London, England,
3 Mar 1619.
Stephen Darnelly married Martha Peake on 22 December 1624 at London, London, England,
License: Bishop of London.
Stephen Darnelly died in 1644 at London, London, England.
Stephen Darnelly was buried in 1644 at St. Mary Woolchurch Haw, London, England,
The Mansion House now stands on the site.
- John Dernelly (c.1451-)
Martha Peake was born about 1605.
Martha Peake married Stephen Darnelly, son of Daniel Darneley and Mary Stalling, on 22 December 1624 at London, London, England,
License: Bishop of London.