John Darnelly was born about 1700
John Darnelly was the son of John Darnely and Sibil (?)
John Darnelly married Elizabeth (?) about 1725
possibly Elizabeth Mayes (marriage in Bedford)
see John Darnely.
John Darnelly left a will on 26 March 1737 at Rushden, Northamptonshire, England.
In the name of God Amen I John Darnelly of Rushden
in the County of Northampton Yeoman being weak in Body of
sound disposing minnd and memory Blessed be God do make
and ordain this my last Will and Testament in manner
and form following-------------------------------------------------------
Impris I give to my sister Mary Darnelly the sum of one shiling
And Whereas I have made a surrender whereby I have
surrendered into the hands of the Lord mann of the mannr
of Rushden by the hands of Joseph May and John Hishon
two other customary Tennants of the sd Mannr all that
my messuage with the Close and Orchard adjoyning to the
same lying and being in the North end of Rushden and
those my seven and twenty acres and a half of arrable
Land and Ley ground and four swaths and five draughts
of Meadow ground lying and being disporciably divided
in the fields and meadow of Rushden, my will is that
the said premises so surrendered shall be to the use and
behoofe of my beloved Wife Elizabeth Darnelly and of
her heirs for ever According to the Custome of the said
Mannr Item I give to my said wife my ffreehold Close
of pasture ground, in Rushden aforesaid to her and her
heirs for ever Item I also give to my sd Wife Elis:
Darnelly whom I make sole executrix of this my last
Will and Testament All and singular my Goods and
Chattels, She paying my just Debts and ffunerall Charge
I do hereby make void all other Wills Rattifying this to
be my last Will and Testament, In Witness whereof I
have set my hand and Seal the Twenty sixth day of March
Signed Sealed published }
and declared in the presence }
of us who saw the Testator } John Darnelly (signed) SEAL
Subscribe Seale and publish } 25th July 1744
the same } Elizabeth Darnelly the sole
Joseph May Executrix named in the above
John Ffisher written will was Sworn well and
John Woolaston faithfully to fulfill the same
transcribed by Mark E Dearnley
|An Inventory of the goods and chattels|
|of John Darnelly of Rushden in the|
|County of Northants Yeoman deceased|
|Taken and approved the 12th Day of|
|His purse and apparel||10||0||0|
|five horses 17£ five cows 12£10s||29||10||0|
|the Waggon and two carts||18||0||0|
|fifty five sheep||22||0||0|
|plows and harrows||1||10||0|
|the horses harnish||4||0||0|
|the hovels and straw||4||0||0|
|Wheat barley pease and oats||40||0||0|
|Cow cribs hoggs troughs sheep cribs & hurdles||1||0||0|
|24 acres of grain in the high feild }|
|24 acres in the pease high field }||72||0||0|
|In the kitchen|
|dresser and shelves||17||0||6|
|the jack and weights||0||10||0|
|Candlesticks spits Chairs and other things||1||0||0|
|In the Dairy|
|milk vessels Churns Chees press||1||5||0|
|and other things in the dairy|
|In the buttery|
|four barrels Drink stals and other things||1||0||0|
|In the parlour|
|A table seven Chairs and other things||1||0||0|
|In the best Chamber|
|A bedstead with the furniture||7||0||0|
|A case of drawers a table six chairs & other things||3||10||0|
|In the chamber over the kitchen|
|The bedstead and furniture|
|& other things||4||0||0|
|In the Chamber over the buttery|
|three cheese boards & other things||1||0||0|
|In the old kitchen|
|a copper and tubbs & other things||1||10||0|
|the muck in the yard||3||0||0|
|This Inventory was taken by us|
|whose names are here subscribed|
Transcribed by Pat Jenkins NRO ref: N Inventory 25 Jul 1744 John Darnelly
John Darnelly died in December 1743 at Rushden, Northamptonshire, England.
John Darnelly was buried on 16 December 1743 at St. Mary's Church, Rushden, Northamptonshire, England,
his estate was probated on 25 July 1744
(daughter Susana named after her grandmother)
see John Darnelie
There are two children of John & Sybil Darlene who may well be part of this family:
St Mary's Rushden Baptism's
Mary Darlene d of Jn & Sybil 30 May 1693
Sarah Darlene d of Jn & Sybil 5 Feb 1697
Note: John's birthdate may make the above two scenarios mutually exclusive. Unless he was not the son of Alice (?)
John Darnely was born about 1670.
John Darnely married Sibil (?) about 1698.
John Darnely left a will on 12 October 1721 at Rushden, Northamptonshire, England.
1 In the name of God Amen the twelf day of October in ye year
2 of Our Lord one thousand seven hundred & twenty one I John Dernely
3 of Rushden in ye County of Northampton yeoman being weak in body but
4 of sound mind & memory thanks be to God do make & ordain this my last
5 will & testament in manner and forme following. Imprimis I give
6 and bequeath to my beloved wife Sibil Dernely all my movable
7 houshold goods that is to say all my brass pewter tubs barrills linin &
8 woolen & all other implements of houshold things excepting the
9 bedsted & bedding in the parlour and one cupbord that stands in the
10 wall in ye house. Item my will is that my executor hereafter named
11 shall pay or cause to be paid to my beloved wife the summ of foure
12 pounds a year of good & lawfull money of Great Britain as long as
13 she liveth and also one load of fiering every year worth fifteen
14 shilling & foure barrills of wheat every year during her life. Item I
15 I (sic) give & bequeath to my two daughters Mary & Susanna Dernely ?
16 summ of twenty five pounds a peece to be paid within twelve months
17 after my deceas if it so hapen that either of them shall die before
18 twelve months be expired there part shall go to ye survivor of them
19 and whereas I have made a surrender whearby I have surrendered
20 into ye hands of ye Lord of ye Mannor of Rushden by ye hands of
21 William French & John Wollaston two other customary ?tenements
22 of ye s[ai]d mannor all that my messuage w[i]th ye close & orchard ad
23 joyning to ye same going & being in ye north end of Rushden & also
24 also (sic) all those my seven & twenty acres & a half of arrable lands
25 & any ground and foure swathes and five draughts of meadow grass
26 lyeing & being dispercially devided in ye fields & meadows of Rushden
27 my will is tha tthe s[ai]d premises so surrendered shall be to the
28 use & behoofe of my sonn John Darnely & of his heirs for ever
29 according to ye custom of ye mannor of Rushden he paying out of
30 the same the legasies above named Item I give to my s[ai]d son John
31 Darnely my freehold close of pasture ground in Rushden afores[ai]d to
32 him & his heirs for ever item I also give to my s[ai]d sonn John
33 Darnely whome I make sole executor of this my last will and
34 testament all & singular the stock & crop and all implements
35 belonging to husbandry and also my gre?? he paying my just debts & funrall charges
36 and I do here by make void all other wills ratifying this to be my
37 last will & testament in witness whereof I here set my hand
38 and seal ye day & year above written
39 the mark of John Dernely
40 signed sealed published & declared
41 by ye s[ai]d John Dernely to be his last
42 will & testament in ye presence of
43 ye subscribed
44 William French
45 Wille Savidge
46 John Wollaston
transcribed by Marie Ball
John Darnely died about 1725.
Sibil (?) was born about 1670.
Sibil (?) married John Darnely about 1698.
Sibil (?) died in January 1742 at Rushden, Northamptonshire, England.
Sibil (?) was buried on 29 January 1742 at St. Mary's Church, Rushden, Northamptonshire, England,
Mary Darnelly was born about 1700.
Mary Darnelly was the daughter of John Darnely and Sibil (?)
Mary Darnelly was living on 26 March 1737; Unmarried in 1737
Mentioned in her brother John's will as Mary Darnelly, and left 1 shilling.
Note: in 1758
Cicely Darnely was born about April 1696 at Norfolk, England.
Cicely Darnely was baptised on 17 May 1696 at St. Nicholas' Church, Lynn, Norfolk, England.
Cicely Darnely was the daughter of John Darnely and (?) (?)
Cicely Darnely died in May 1696 at Norfolk, England.
Cicely Darnely was buried on 25 May 1696 at St. Nicholas' Church, Lynn, Norfolk, England.
I have not yet included him here as he is shown as buried at St Margaret which does not fit with the other children.
see John Derenelly.
John Darnely was born about 1668.
John Darnely married (?) (?) about 1689.
between 1696 and 1700 John Darnely lived at Lynn, Norfolk, England.