see Isaac Dearnley.
James Darnley was born about 1890.
James Darnley died on 18 May 1960 at 24 Craiglockhart Park, Edinburgh.
his estate was probated on 18 August 1960 at London
Sealed London 18 August 1960.
England & Wales, National Probate Calendar (Index of Wills and Administrations), 1858-1966
James is almost certainly a grandson of Isaac Dearnley/Darnley. Anne & Mary may be James' daughters.
see Isaac Dearnley
2002 - Mary S Darnley & Anne H Darnley were living at the same address in Edinburgh (Electoral Roll.)
Michael Reekie was born in 1880 at Selkirk, Selkirkshire.
Michael Reekie was the son of (?) Reekie and Isabella Service.
Michael Reekie became the step-son of Isaac Dearnley; 30 October 1890.
Isabella B Reekie
Isabella B Reekie was born in 1883 at Catrine, Ayrshire.
Isabella B Reekie was the daughter of (?) Reekie and Isabella Service.
Isabella B Reekie became the step-daughter of Isaac Dearnley; 30 October 1890.
Thomas Hepworth was born about 1856.
Child of Thomas Hepworth
- Isabella Hepworth+ b. 1884, d. abt Aug 1967
Dora Lilian Archer
Dora Lilian Archer was born on 2 September 1892.
Dora Lilian Archer married Arthur Dearnley, son of John Dearnley and Hannah Green, about February 1929 at Birmingham R.D., Warwickshire.
Dora Lilian Archer died about February 1981 at York R.D., Yorkshire,
Arthur George Darnley
Arthur George Darnley was born on 28 February 1930 at West Hartlepool, County Durham,
Arthur George Darnley was the son of Arthur Dearnley and Dora Lilian Archer.
in 1957 Arthur George Darnley lived at London
in 1966 Arthur George Darnley lived
Arthur George Darnley died on 5 September 2006 at Ottawa at age 76 years, 6 months and 8 days
September 5, 2006
We are saddened to announce the death of Arthur Darnley in Ottawa on September 5, 2006.
Born on February 28, 1930 in West Hartlepool, Co. Durham, England, Arthur was the only son of Arthur and Dora Lilian (nee Archer). He graduated from Cambridge University in 1952, and for more than 50 years worked as a geoscientist. His career began in Northern Rhodesia with Rhodesian Selection Trust, where he gathered the material for his Ph.D. thesis. After completing his Ph.D. in 1957 he joined the Atomic Energy Division of the British Geological Survey in London. In 1966 he moved to Ottawa with his family to join the Geological Survey of Canada where he spent the next 29 years, including 15 years as Director of the Geological Survey's Resource Geophysics and Geochemistry Division. He retired in 1995. During his distinguished career he served on a number of IAEA and NEA committees. His best known scientific achievement was the development of airborne gamma ray spectrometry. Arthur had a life long interest in aviation. He served with the RAF during the Berlin Airlift and held a pilot's license for 52 years. He greatly enjoyed piloting his own light aircraft and looking down on the earth from above.
see The Association of Applied Geochemists obituary.
see The Geological Society obituary.