Rachel Grace Darnley

ID# 15611, b. 13 November 1874
Birth:
Rachel Grace Darnley was born on 13 November 1874 at Brantford, Brant, Ontario.


Rachel Grace Darnley was the daughter of James Wilson Dearnley and Sarah Ann Bailey.

Religion:
on 4 April 1881Rachel Grace Darnley was
Can Meth.


Rachel Grace Darnley appeared in the 1881 Canadian census at
Brantford, Brant, Ontario.
On 4 April 1881:-

Darnley     James     42          England     
Darnley     Sarah A     43          England     
Darnley     Alexander     16     England          Farmer
Darnley     Rachel ...     6     England     

note: from the transcription only - Place of birth is incorrect.


Mary Elizabeth Darnley

ID# 15612, b. 20 June 1871
Birth:
Mary Elizabeth Darnley was born on 20 June 1871 at Brantford, Brant, Ontario.


Mary Elizabeth Darnley was the daughter of James Wilson Dearnley and Sarah Ann Bailey.

Edith May Wilson Darnley

ID# 15613, b. 27 May 1878
Birth:
Edith May Wilson Darnley was born on 27 May 1878 at Brantford township, Brant County, Ontario,
Father's Name:      Frank W Darnley
Mother's Name:      Margaret E Leeming.


Edith May Wilson Darnley was the daughter of Frank Wilson Darnley and Margaret E Leeming.
Edith May Wilson Darnley appeared in the 1881 Canadian census at
Brantford, Brant, Ontario.
On 4 April 1881:-

Darnley     Rachel     66     England
Darnley     Frank     26     Ontario          Farmer
Darnley     Maggie     24     Ontario
Darnley     Edith     3     Ontario.


Oliver Dernelie

ID# 15614, b. about 1535, d. after 7 June 1586
Oliver Dernelie was also recorded as Oliver Dernylye.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

All birth dates, birth order & marriage are guesswork from Oliver's 1586 will.


Birth:
Oliver Dernelie was born about 1535.


Oliver Dernelie was the son of John Dernylye (II) and Helen (?)

Marriage:
Oliver Dernelie married (?) (?) about 1560.


Residence:
in 1586 Oliver Dernelie lived at Blackshawe, Glossop, Derbyshire.


Will:
Oliver Dernelie left a will on 7 June 1586 at Blackshawe, Glossop, Derbyshire.
Will of Oliver Dernelie of the Blackshaw

1 In ye name of god amen. In the yeare of our Lorde god 1586 the vijth day of Jun I oliver dernelie
2 of the Blackshawe in the parishe of Glossoppe & countie of derbie husbandman beynge in
3 good & perfecte memorie dreadyng naturall death do ordaine & make this my testament & last
4 will in maner & forme folowyng : first I bequeathe & com(m)yt my soul into the hands of all
5 mightie god my creator saviewer & redeemer & my bodie to be buried in the parishe churche of ?all saints
6 in glossoppe. 1st I geeve my tenement or farme unto Jhon (Johannes) Dernelie my sonne w(i)th the lyveinge of the
7 food. Item yt (it) ys my wyll (that) my sayd son(n)e Jhon shall fynd my son(n)e Will(ia)m dernelie his brother after
8 my decease honestlie w(i)t(h) meat drynke and lodgyng so long as the said Will(ia)m doth live yf the said Will(ia)m
9 do keepe him unmarried. Item yt ys my wyll (that) yf yt fortune my said sonne Jhon to have no man
10 chyld lawfullie begott of his bodie then my said tenement (of crossed out) or ferme to resigne uppon Will(ia)m
11 my sonne or his heirs male lawfullie of his bodie begott, paying unto the daughter or daughters
12 of the sayd Jhon as he the sayd Jhon by this my last will & testament hath done, and for lacke
13 of heirs male lawfullie begott of my sayd son(n)e Will(ia)m, then yt ys my will (that) my sayd tenement
14 shall resigne uppon Oliver and for lacke of heirs of the sayd Oliver to Edward and from Edward
15 to Nicolas accordinge to the true meaneyng of this my testament and last will and paying as
16 ys afore rehearsed. Item yt ys my will yf yt fortune my said son(n)e Jhon to dye before his wife
17 w(i)t(h)out issewe (that) then his sayd wife to occupie accordinge to ye custome of the countrie so longe
18 as she doth keepe her on his name and yf yt fortune hys sayd wyfe to marie then quytt to avoid
19 the possession and occupation of my sayd tenement and to have not part then parcell thereof. Item yt ys
20 my will that my sayd son(n)e Jhon shall geeve unto Elyn my daughter -- x li and to be payde
21 as folowethe that ys to saye -- v li at iij yeares ende next after my decease and thother -- v li
22 at (that) tyme iij yeares ende next and immediatlie folowyng after. Item yt ys my wyll that my sayd son(n)e
23 Jhon shall geeve unto Alice my daughter -- x li and to be payd as foloweth that ys to say
24 -- v li at iij yeares end next after my decease and thother -- v li as (that) tyme iij yeares ende next
25 and immediatlie folowynge after. Item yt ys my wyll (that) my sayd son(n)e Jhon shall geeve unto my
26 foure son(n)es -- vj li xiij s iiij d equallie to be devyded amongest them and to be payd as foloweth
27 that ys to say when my sayd son(n)e Jhon or hys assygnes hathe occupyed my sayd tenement one
28 yeare. Item I geve unto Alice my daughter my best pan(n)e. Item I geve un to Elyne my daughter
29 my other pan(n). Item when my bodie ys honestlie buried all funerall costs discharged & all my
30 debts payd I wyll (that) ye rest of all my goods moveable and unmoveable shall equallie be devyded
31 amongste my syxe chyldren. Item I make myne executors Jhon dernelie my son(n) and Oliver
32 dernelie my son(n) to see (that) (this) my p(re)sent testament & last will be p(er)formed accordynge to ye
33 true meanyng of the same. Item I make my supervisours Renould goddard & Will(ia)m dernelie
34 these beyng wytnes Rodgger dernelie Jhon Leeche oliver goddard w(i)th others

N.B. I found it confusing that yt represented both "it" and "that" so from line 7 I have used (that) instead of yt for the second meaning.

1   A true Inventorye of all and singular goods and cattells moveable  
2   and unmoveable of Oliver dernelie late of Blackshawe  
3   deceased praised by Will(ia)m dernelie Renould goddard  
4   Jhon leeche and Oliver goddard  
5   Imprimis In kine---------------------------------------- v li xiij s iiij d
6   Item one mare----------------------------------------- xx s
7   Item In calfes------------------------------------------ xl s
8   Item In sheepe young and ould------------------------- iiij li
9   Item In arks-------------------------------------------- xiij s iiij d
10   Item In Bedding--------------------------------------- xxxj s
11   Item In yearne----------------------------------------- x s
12   Item In pewter and Brasse----------------------------- xlv s
13   Item In tree lombs w(i)t(h) all other litle implyments belongyng  
14   to househould----------------------------------------- viij s iiij d
15   Item In husbandrie ?gaire------------------------------ xxv s viij d
16   Item In webster lombs w(i)t(h) other implyments therto belong  
17   yng w(i)t(h) Bedstocks-------------------------------- x s
18   Item in ?lainnestone----------------------------------- xx s
19   Item his apperrell-------------------------------------- xiij s iiij d
20   Sum(ma) is xxj li xvj s


lines 13 and 16 Stuart A. Raymond "Words from wills and other probate records", defines looms as:- 1 an open vessel such as a bucket, 2 a machine for weaving, 3 an implement of any kind.
line 18 He defines a layerstone as a headstone specifically in the North but perhaps it is too early for a headstone. Perhaps it just means flagstones on the floor.

Transcribed by Marie Ball, 31 July, 2011


note:
Rodgger Dernelie, a witness to the above will, could be the Rodger Dearnilie, (father of Oliver D of Dinting) who we know to be alive in 1591.
see Rodger Dearnilie (VIII).


Death:
Oliver Dernelie died after 7 June 1586.

Children of Oliver Dernelie and (?) (?)

(?) (?)

ID# 15615, b. about 1525, d. before 1586
From about 1845, her married name was Dernelie.
Birth:
(?) (?) was born about 1525.


Marriage:
(?) (?) married Oliver Dernelie, son of John Dernylye (II) and Helen (?), about 1560.


Death:
(?) (?) died before 1586
Date assumed as she is not mentioned in Oliver's will.

Children of (?) (?) and Oliver Dernelie

Oliver Dernelie

ID# 15618, b. about 1567
Oliver Dernelie was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Oliver Dernelie was born about 1567 at Derbyshire.


Oliver Dernelie was the son of Oliver Dernelie and (?) (?)

Edward Dernelie

ID# 15619, b. about 1569
Edward Dernelie was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Edward Dernelie was born about 1569 at Derbyshire.


Edward Dernelie was the son of Oliver Dernelie and (?) (?)

Nicolas Dernelie

ID# 15620, b. about 1571
Nicolas Dernelie was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Nicolas Dernelie was born about 1571 at Derbyshire.


Nicolas Dernelie was the son of Oliver Dernelie and (?) (?)