John Dernely was born about 1665.
John Dernely was the son of John Dernely and Margaret Smith.
John Dernely died in March 1669 at Stayley, Cheshire, England.
John Dernely was buried on 24 March 1669 at Mottram-in-Longdendale, Cheshire, England,
John Dearnaly was born about 1699
John Dearnaly was the son of John Dearneley and Dorothy Durrans.
John Dearnaly married Mary (?) on 27 August 1728 at Woodbottom, Almondbury, Huddersfield, Yorkshire, England,
note: prev married
in 1730 John Dearnaly lived at Honley, Yorkshire, England.
Note: in 1754
Surveyors of the Highways:
1754 John Dearnley Woodbottom.
Nicholas Dearnaly was born about 1660
Nicholas Dearnaly was the son of Oliver Dearnelley and Margaret Lockwood.
Nicholas Dearnaly left a will on 21 July 1721 at Crimble, Golcar, Yorkshire, England.
In The Name of God Amen the Twenty First
Day of July Anno Domini one Thousand Seven Hundred and
Twenty one. I Nicolas Dearnaly of Crimble in Golcar in the Town
ship of Quarmby and the County of York Batchelor, being week of Body
But of Good & perfect remembrance (praised be God for ye
Same) do make & constitute this my Last Will & Testament in
manner & form following – First I recommend my Soul into ye
Hands of Almighty God who gave it And my Body I commit ti
the Earth from whence it was taken, to be buried in Christian –
burial according to the Discretion of my Executor after named in
hope of a Joyfull Resurection of the Same by the ?alone ?merits
of out Lord & Saviour Jesus Christ – – – – – – –
And as Touching such Worldly Substance as God in Mercy hath bestowed
upon me I do distribute as followeth first I give and bequeath unto John
Dearnaley, and Joshua Dearnaly his Brother (both of them my –
Nephews) the Sum of Fourty Pounds that is to Say either of
them the Sum of Twenty pounds Current British Money
to be paid to them the Day fo my Burial and to their Mother
Dorothy Dearnaley of or nigh Honley in the parish of Almund-
burry I give and bequeath the Sum of Five Pounds to be paid as above
Said at the Day of my burial, I also give and bequeath unto Ruth –
the wife of James Wood of Crimble one Silver Cup, and to her
Daughter one Silver Spoon And Lastly it is my Will and Mind
and I do herein nominate and appoint James Wood of Crimble to be
Sole Executor of this my Last Will excluding all others from Claiming
right or ?tithe to what is ?called ?mine, but such Legacies as are above
?expresd : my further desire is that my Master Walker in Huddersffield be
Supervisor hereof & so that James Wood have his Recepits for the Legacies
on ye Day of my burial that this is my Last Will and Testament I do
declare in the presence of: as Witness my Hand and seal
of – ?the ???? above ?expresth
Edmund Mellor ?Jucat Nicholas Dearnaley
Probate 15 Mar 1722
transcribed by Ian Goddard
Nicholas Dearnaly died in August 1721 at Crimble, Golcar, Yorkshire, England.
Nicholas Dearnaly was buried on 6 August 1721 at Yorkshire, England,
One shows St. Peter's Huddersfield & the other St. James' Slaithwaite.
(dates are the same.)
Dorothy A Dearnley
Dorothy Alice Dearnley
Dorothy Alice Dearnley was born on 30 November 1914 at Preston, Lancashire, England.
Dorothy Alice Dearnley was the daughter of Irvine Richard Dearnley and Sarah Alice Mather.
Dorothy Alice Dearnley married John Reginald Furbur about May 1938 at St. Asaph, Denbighshire, Wales.
Note: in 1967
Title Seven Cheshire folk-songs: collected by Dorothy Dearnley, arranged by Freda Brislee
Author Dorothy Dearnley Publisher O.U.P., 1967
Subjects Folk songs, English
Marco and Pedro
A song about two grumbling farmers, collected on the Wirral. I was first introduced to Marco and Pedro by Matthew Edwards, who brought it with him to sing at the singaround in The Lion Tavern, Moorfields. ...
This song was collected by Dorothy Dearnley of Heswall (Cheshire) from the "late Mrs Stanley of New Ferry" and published in her book, Seven Cheshire Folk Songs, Oxford, 1967 with a piano accompaniment. Mrs Stanley also contributed a striking version of the ballad, The False Knight, but otherwise nothing seems to be known about her. I understand that Pete Coe and Roy Clinging have tried unsuccessfully to contact Dorothy Dearnley, whose married name was Furber.
There is an unreleased BBC recording of Dorothy Furbur (sic) singing 'The Grumbling Farmers' for Seamus Ennis on 5 June 1957 (RPL LP 23494), which suggests that Dorothy Furber probably collected the song some time in the early 1950's.
Note: between 1986 and 1988
Dorothy Alice Dearnley died on 29 August 2002 at Birkenhead R.D., Cheshire, England, at age 87 years, 8 months and 30 days
John Reginald Furbur
John Reginald Furbur was born on 23 August 1901.
John Reginald Furbur married Dorothy Alice Dearnley, daughter of Irvine Richard Dearnley and Sarah Alice Mather, about May 1938 at St. Asaph, Denbighshire, Wales.
John Reginald Furbur died about November 1980 at Oswestry, Shropshire, England.
Edward Dernally was born in January 1740 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Edward Dernally was baptised on 20 January 1740 at Stockport, Cheshire, England,
Edward Dernally was the son of James Dearneley and Mary Hankinson.
Edward Dernally married Elizabeth Kemp, daughter of Henry Kemp and Margaret (?), on 22 December 1759 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England,
witnesses: John Ryles & Rob't Thornley
2 days later, Rachail Dernally (widow) married Henry Kemp
Note: in 1766
Peggy is probably part of this family.
see Peggy Dernalley.
Note: in 1784 at Higher Hillgate, Stockport, Cheshire, England,
Stockport Higher Hillgate
Proprietor Joshua Worthington
occupier Darneley tax 5 1/2 d.
Edward Dernally died in May 1812 at Stockport, Cheshire, England, at age 72 years and 3 months.
Edward Dernally was buried on 11 May 1812 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England.