'...I give unto James the son of Mary Dearneley my sister twenty Shillings if he lives to demand it."
see William Dearneley.
James Dearneley was born in December 1738 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
James Dearneley was the son of Mary Dearneley.
James Dearneley was baptised on 10 January 1739 at Parish Church, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
James Dearneley died in January 1827 at Upper Thong, Yorkshire, England, at age 88 years and 1 month
Uncle William was also born in Glossop & died in Holme.
James Dearneley was buried on 28 January 1827 at Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England,
see Martha (?)
Martha (?) was born about 1699.
Martha (?) married William Dearneley, son of Joseph Dearneley and Sara (?), about 1720
This could be the marriage of William D. to Martha Green in 1728 (second marriage for Martha).
see William Dearnally.
Sarah Senior was born in 1828 at Burnley, Yorkshire, England.
Sarah Senior was the daughter of Hannah (?)
Sarah Senior married Reuben Howard, son of Luke Howard and Jenny Dearnaley, about 1850.
George Heward was born in February 1815 at Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England.
George Heward was baptised on 8 March 1815 at Holmfirth, Yorkshire, England.
George Heward was the son of Luke Howard and Jenny Dearnaley.
in 1835 George Heward lived at Holm, Yorkshire, England.
George Heward married Mary Kaye on 24 August 1835 at Almondbury Parish, Yorkshire, England,
'Joseph Dearnley of Holm of this Parish and Mary Heward of Holm of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns..' 24 Aug 1835
Joseph signed & Mary made her mark.
Winesses: Samuel Noble & Thomas Heaton (believed to be church wardens)
'George Heward of Holm of this Parish and Mary Kaye of Holm of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns..' 24 Aug 1835
George signed & Mary made her mark.
Winesses: Joseph Marsden and John Beardsel
The second marriage belongs to George Heward 1815-. This George had a sister Mary born 1827,
so the 1835 marriages were not Heward siblings (this is implied by the different witnesses for the 2 marriages). The 2 bridegrooms were related via the
Dearnleys, as Joseph Dearnley and George Heward were second cousins (with great-grandparents James D and Ann Crosland) and they also related by
marriage as George's sister Ann had married Joseph's brother William.
According to an Ancestry tree, the 2 Hewards are also second cousins with great-grandparents John Hayward and Sarah Bennit. - JAD.
Amelia (?) was born in 1824 at Upperthong, Yorkshire, England.
Amelia (?) married Peter Howard, son of Luke Howard and Jenny Dearnaley, about 1846.
Brook Howard was born in 1847 at Cartworth, Yorkshire, England.
Brook Howard was the son of Peter Howard and Amelia (?)
Joe Howard was born in June 1850 at Cartworth, Yorkshire, England.
Joe Howard was the son of Peter Howard and Amelia (?)
Thomas Dernally was born in February 1753 at Stockport, Cheshire, England.
Thomas Dernally was baptised on 18 February 1753 at St. Mary's Church, Stockport, Cheshire, England,
Thomas Dernally was the son of James Dernally and Hannah Oliver.
Robert HYDE of Hanging Gate 1612
In the name of God: Amen the third day of Februarie in the yeare of the Raigne of our Soveraigne Lorde James by the grace of God of England France & Ireland Kinge defender of the faith the Tenth and of Scotland the five and fortieth Anno Domm 1612 I Robert HYDE of the Whyte Hanging Gate in the parish of Chapel le Frith in the Countie of Darbie Skinner being in good and perfect memorie praysed be God, and yet dreadinge the tyme of death which is uncertane And being willinge to dispose of those thinges which god hath lente me in manner and forme as followeth I doe therefore constitute ordaine and make this my present Testament contayneing herein my last Will in this manner that is to witt: First and principallie I give bequeath and betake my soule into the handes of Almighty god my Creator and Maker trustinge onlie by the merritts of Christ his death and passion to be one of the number of his elect and chosen children And my bodie to the earth from whence it came to be buried within the parish church of Chappel le Frith aforesaid Alsoe it is my will that my funerall expences and legacies be discharged of my whole goods Item it is my will that Alice CLEATONN my sister shall have Five poundes Item I give and bequeath to her five children fifteene poundes equallie to be devided amongst them Item I give and bequeath to my sister Ellen HOLLINWORTH three poundes fower shillings Item I give and bequeath to Margrett DEARNELEE fower shillings Item I give and bequeath to my sister Margarett all my parte of pewter and brasse and beddinge Item I give and bequeath unto my two sisters Elizabeth and Margrett after my funerall expences and legacies be discharged all such debts as are conteyned in my will Item I ordaine constitute and make Randulph HYDE my brother and Raphe HYDE my Executors to discharge this my will as my trust is in them And I do give my good friend John WRIGHT of the Meadowe and my nephewe Robert HYDE to be ....ters of this my will to see my Executors doe their dutie herein These beinge wittnesses viz Robert HOLLINWORTH, William HOLLINWORTH, Adam WYLDE / Debts owinge to me Roberte HYDE / Imprimis Raphe WYNTERBOTHAM Eleven shillings/ Item William BRAMALL twentie shillings/ Item Thomas DOWNES twelve shillings/ Item Humfreye his sonne fower poundes fifteene shillings/ Item Roger BENNETT two pounds eight shillings/ Item William SILVESTER twentie two shillings/ Item William HYDE two pounds eight shillings/ Item Thomas BEARDE two poundes three shillings/ Item Ottiwell CLEATONN two pounds eleven shillings/ Item Richard WYLDE three pounds five shillings/ Item William OLIVER twelve poundes/ Item his wife tenn shillings/ Item Robert OLIVER Willms sonne two poundes/ Item George YEAVLEY twentie shillings/ Item Christopher BENNETT twelve shillings/ Item Henry KIRKE thirtie five shillings/ Item John HURDSFEELD two pounds eight shillings Item Henry SLACK twentie shillings/ Item Widowe LOWE eight shillings/ Item Robert CARRINGETONN Junior twentie one pounds/ Item John WRIGHT twentie shillinges/ Item Joane MARSHALL fowerteene shillings fower pence/ Item Robert HALL nyne shillings five pence/ Item Reignold KYRKE de Chappel 7o / Item Thomas MOULT three shillings fower pence/ Item Thomas BUXSTONE three pounds one shillinge fower pence/ Item Thomas MELLOR twelve shillings fower pence/ Item Robert HOLLINWORTH five pounds one shilling eight pence/ Item the same man 4s 3d Sum total est £76 17s? 1d.
see The Rootsweb Hyde Family Wills.
There are several entries related to a Nicholas D and wife who were alive around 1600 in Glossop.
We have combined the following entries as one - with the warning that they may belong to more than one Nicholas D.
1) Nicholas Dernelie son of Oliver of the Blackshaw
2) Nicholas D. - only known from his wife's Margaret's burial in Glossop in 1626, abode 'de Glossop'.
3) Margrett Hyde known to be married to a Dearnelee in 1612.
This Margrett's brother (Robert) left money to his sister Ellen's children but there is no mention of Margrett having children.
4) Nicholas Dernelly in the list of debts owed (2s) in the will of John Leeche of Charlesworth 1589.
Margaret Hyde was born about 1573 at England.
Margaret Hyde was the daughter of (?) Hyde and (?) (?)
Margaret Hyde married Nicolas Dernelie, son of Oliver Dernelie and (?) (?), about 1604.
Margaret Hyde died in December 1625 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.
Margaret Hyde was buried on 2 January 1626 at All Saints, Glossop, Derbyshire, England,
Margareta Dernellee, Glossop spouse: Nicholai.