Elyn Dernelie

ID# 15621, b. about 1573
Elyn Dernelie was also recorded as Ellen - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Elyn Dernelie was born about 1573 at Derbyshire.


Elyn Dernelie was the daughter of Oliver Dernelie and (?) (?)

Alice Dernelie

ID# 15622, b. about 1575
Alice Dernelie was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Alice Dernelie was born about 1575 at Derbyshire.


Alice Dernelie was the daughter of Oliver Dernelie and (?) (?)

Oliver Dearnilie

ID# 15623, b. about 1565, d. July 1591
Oliver Dearnilie was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

All dates are estimates based on the assumption that Oliver died young (see Will).
He also had some unmarried sisters, and perhaps a child born after his death. - MED.


Birth:
Oliver Dearnilie was born about 1565.


Oliver Dearnilie was the son of Rodger Dearnilie.

Marriage:
Oliver Dearnilie married Ann (?) about 1586.


Will:
Oliver Dearnilie left a will on 20 June 1591 at Dinting, Glossop, Derbyshire.
Will of Oliver Dearnilie 1591
1 In the name of god amen the xxth of June 1591 I Olliver dearnilie of
2 dynting, (next five words inserted above the line) in the countie of derbie sike in bodye houle in mynde of good & perfect memorye dridyng
3 naturall deathe do ordene my last will & testament in maner and forme foloing
4 fyrst I commit my soule to allmightye god my maker redemer and sanctieyer
5 and my bodye to be buryed in the churche of Glossope my funnriall
6 expenses and all suche dette or detts as of right I owe to anye to bee
7 discharged of my houlle goods after ward all ye rest of my goods to bee devydet
8 to my wyffe chyld or chylderen accordyng to the order of the lordshepe
9 for as muche as Rodger dearnilie my father hathe geven grannted and assygned
10 mee his farme or tenement w[i]t[h] all commodities thereto belonnging w[i]t[h] thes
11 codissions yt [=that] I shuld have the third part of housing & grounds
12 during Rodger my fathers lyffe : saving the newe housse and the fort
13 part of grounds during the tearme of the leasse ye ?which my sisters shuld
14 have if that they nether marye nor be other wayes bee better provydet
15 then abuse themselffes yildyng & paying all rente dewtius to me as to my
16 assynes as so it douthe apertenne or belonng after Rodger my fathers deathe
17 I will if that it pleass god that my wyffe be w[i]t[h] chyld w[i]t[h] a
18 sone then it to have the farme w[i]t[h] the lysance of the lord: & Ann
19 my wyffe living for ?without & unmaried (written over some words scratched out) is w[i]t[h] meate drinke and aparill ????
20 of my supervysers and he to ocupye ye farme at what tyme they
21 shall thinke expedient and if it be so that my wyffe be not w[i]t[h]
22 chyld w[i]t[h] a sonne or he dye: then I will Anne my daughter to have my
23 farme and if my wyffe had a sonne as is afore written at the
24 discretions of the supervysers of this my will and to this my
25 will I ordenne Anne my welbeloved wyffe (several words scratched out)
26 executor trustyng she will
27 accompleshe this my will for my soules healthe at the sight of
28 Edmond Jodrell of Urdesley gentilman & Thomas Doson of the
29 heathe who I make my supervysers and all det yt (that) I owe Anne my wyffe
30 knowthe of & what is to mee owing
31 sining
32 thes witnesses George yeveley dearbie
33 thomas doson James hadfeld w[i]t[h]
34 others
1 A true inventorie of 1591 xth of Julie all & singuler goods cattells
2 chattells movable & unmovable of Olliver dernellie
3 deceased prysed by hus fowre Richerd newton Thomas
4 Doson Willm newton Charles garlick
5 Imprimis one kyne --xx li vj s viij d
6 Item one heffer one calfe -- xxx li iij s iiij d
7 Item one swyne -- vj s
8 Item three hennes --xij d
9 Item corne & hay -- iij li
10 Item fyer booke -- x s
11 Item his apparell -- xxvj s
12 Item pewter & brasse -- vj s viij d
13 item bedding & Insight -- xxv s
14 item arkes & coffers boardes & bedstockes
15 w[i]th all suche implements thereunto belonging -- x s
16 Summ[a] totall ix li (numbers scratched out) xiij s viij d
17 dettes yt (that) Olliver dearnilie owed vij li vij s
18 some of dettes goods
19 is liij s j d

line 10 perhaps a bowk, a bucket?
line 13 insight. The OED gives the meaning as northern English and Scottish "goods, substance, esp. household furniture."

transcribed by Marie Ball, 29 Jul 2011.


Death:
Oliver Dearnilie died in July 1591
Am assuming that Oliver died young.
From his will we know that he had one daughter and that his wife was probably pregnant at the time of his will.
- MED

We are assuming that the unborn child mentioned by Oliver in his will is the Roger D. who married Helena in 1616.
see Roger Dernellee
-JAD

It's also noticeable that there are no other Dearnleys appointed as supervisors or witnesses; it looks as if he had no close family.
-IG.


Burial:
Oliver Dearnilie was buried in July 1591 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire.

Children of Oliver Dearnilie and Ann (?)

Rodger Dearnilie

ID# 15624, b. about 1537, d. after June 1591
Rodger Dearnilie was also recorded as Roger Dearnley - Court case 1580.
He was also recorded as Roddger Dernelie - Named in 1586 will.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Suggested Generations of Roger D.

     The generation numbers are based on the Rogers known in November 2016.


 gen.

 name

 born

 known dates

 died

 comment
 I  Roger de Dearnley  c1300  Alive 1332    Contributed to subsidy of 1332.
 II  Roger Dearnley
 perhaps also
 Roger Dernele
 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.
 IV  (Unnamed Dearnley
  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
 generation.
 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.)
 VIII  Roger Dearnley
 Roddger Dernelie
 Rodger Dearnilie
 c1537  Court case 1580.
 Named in 1586 will.
 Son's will 1591.
   Named in 1586 will of Oliver of the Blackshaw.
 (2nd cousins?)
 (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 are in the entry for Roger Dernylegh 1500-.
- JAD.


Birth:
Rodger Dearnilie was born about 1537.


Residence:
about 1590 Rodger Dearnilie lived at Dinting, Glossop, Derbyshire,
Son Oliver died young & it is possible that this Roger was alive at the time of Oliver's will (1591).
Oliver is of "dynting". He tells us that "Rodger dearnilie my father hathe geven grannted and assygned mee his farme or tenement". By implication father Roger is also of Dinting.
-IG.


Death:
Rodger Dearnilie died after June 1591.

Child of Rodger Dearnilie

Ann (?)

ID# 15625, b. about 1565
From about 1586, her married name was Dearnilie.
Birth:
Ann (?) was born about 1565.


Marriage:
Ann (?) married Oliver Dearnilie, son of Rodger Dearnilie, about 1586.

Children of Ann (?) and Oliver Dearnilie

Ann Dearnilie

ID# 15626, b. about 1587
Ann Dearnilie was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)
Birth:
Ann Dearnilie was born about 1587.


Ann Dearnilie was the daughter of Oliver Dearnilie and Ann (?)

William Charles Darnley

ID# 15627, b. 1859, d. 14 April 1915
William Charles Darnley was also recorded as Willie Darnley.
He was also recorded as Willie Darnaly.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
William Charles Darnley was born in 1859 at Ontario.


William Charles Darnley was the son of Charles Radcliffe Dearnaly and Grace Gordon Scott.

Marriage:
William Charles Darnley married Annie McGlenn on 25 August 1897 at Church of Our Lady of Lourdes, Toronto, York County.


Residence:
in June 1898 William Charles Darnley lived at 31 Wells Street, Toronto, York County, Ontario.


Death:
William Charles Darnley died on 14 April 1915 at 136 Dupont Street, Toronto, York, Ontario, at age 56 years.


Burial:
William Charles Darnley was buried in April 1915 at Mt Pleasant Cemetery, Ontario,
recorded as age 56
Father: Charles Darnley.

William Charles Darnley appeared in the 1881 Canadian census at
St. James' Ward, Toronto, Ontario.
On 4 April 1881:-

DARNALY, Charles 61 England Drill Master Ch. England
DARNALY, Grace 55 England Drill Master Ch. England
DARNALY, Willie 22 Ontario Salesman Ch. England.



William Charles Darnley appeared in the 1891 Canadian census at
St Albans Ward, York, Ontario.
On 6 April 1891:-

DARNLEY, Grace Head Wid 64 England - C. of England
DARNLEY, Will C Son Sngl 31 Ontario Com Traveller C. of England.



William Charles Darnley appeared in the 1911 Canadian census at
278 Burnham, Peterborough, Ontario.
On 1 June 1911:-

DARNLEY, William C Head Mar Mar 1859, 52 English Canadian Teamster
DARNLEY, Annie Wife Mar 1866, 45 Irish Canadian None
DARNLEY, Helen G Dau Sngl Jun 1898, 12 English Canadian School.


Child of William Charles Darnley and Annie McGlenn

Elizabeth Darnley

ID# 15628, b. about March 1662
Elizabeth Darnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Elizabeth Darnley was born about March 1662 at London, London.


Elizabeth Darnley was the daughter of Adam Darnley and Anna (?)

Baptism:
Elizabeth Darnley was baptised on 5 April 1662 at St. James' Church, Paddington, London.

Anna Darnley

ID# 15629, b. about September 1668
Anna Darnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 20 January 1690, her married name was Holding.
Birth:
Anna Darnley was born about September 1668 at London, London.


Anna Darnley was the daughter of Adam Darnley and Anna (?)

Marriage:
Anna Darnley married William Holding on 20 January 1690 at St. James, Dukes Place, London.

William Holding

ID# 15630, b. about 1666
Birth:
William Holding was born about 1666.


Marriage:
William Holding married Anna Darnley, daughter of Adam Darnley and Anna (?), on 20 January 1690 at St. James, Dukes Place, London.