Ann Dearnley

ID# 20721, b. 1777, d. September 1849
Ann Dearnley was also recorded as Ann Dearnley.
She was also recorded as Ann Dearnally.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 25 March 1799, her married name was Fenwick.
From 25 March 1799, her married name was Phenix.
Birth:
Ann Dearnley was born in 1777 at Yorkshire.


Residence:
in March 1799 Ann Dearnley lived at Penistone Parish, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Ann Dearnley married John Fenwick on 25 March 1799 at St. John the Baptist, Penistone, Yorkshire,
'John Fenwick of this Parish and Ann Dearnley of this Parish were Married in this Church by Banns.'
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Benj Robinson & William Shaw.


Residence:
in July 1799 Ann Dearnley lived at Denby, Yorkshire.


Death:
Ann Dearnley died in September 1849 at Denby, Yorkshire, at age 72 years.


Burial:
Ann Dearnley was buried on 30 September 1849 at St John the Baptist, Denby, Yorkshire,
Ann Fenwick; abode: Denby; age: 72.

Ann Dearnley appeared in the 1841 census at
Upper Denby, Denby, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
FRINWICK, John 65 Labourer Yorkshire
FRINWICK, Ann 60 - Yorkshire
FRINWICK, Ann 11 - Yorkshire

Address: Upper Denby, Denby, Yorkshire
Registration district: Ecclesfield
Sub-registration district: High Hoyland
Piece: 1324 Book: 1 Folio: 42 Page Number: 9.


Children of Ann Dearnley and John Fenwick

John Fenwick

ID# 20722, b. 1775, d. May 1852
John Fenwick was also recorded as John Phenix.
He was also recorded as John Fennick.
Birth:
John Fenwick was born in 1775 at Yorkshire.


Residence:
in March 1799 John Fenwick lived at Penistone Parish, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
John Fenwick married Ann Dearnley on 25 March 1799 at St. John the Baptist, Penistone, Yorkshire,
'John Fenwick of this Parish and Ann Dearnley of this Parish were Married in this Church by Banns.'
Both made their mark
Witnesses: Benj Robinson & William Shaw.


Residence:
in July 1799 John Fenwick lived at Denby, Yorkshire.


Death:
John Fenwick died in May 1852 at Denby, Yorkshire, at age 77 years.


Burial:
John Fenwick was buried on 20 May 1852 at St John, Denby, Yorkshire,
John Fenwick; abode: Denby; age: 77.

John Fenwick appeared in the 1841 census at
Upper Denby, Denby, Yorkshire.
On 6 June 1841:-
note: Ages over 15 were rounded down to the nearest 5.
FRINWICK, John 65 Labourer Yorkshire
FRINWICK, Ann 60 - Yorkshire
FRINWICK, Ann 11 - Yorkshire

Address: Upper Denby, Denby, Yorkshire
Registration district: Ecclesfield
Sub-registration district: High Hoyland
Piece: 1324 Book: 1 Folio: 42 Page Number: 9.



John Fenwick appeared in the 1851 census at
Upper Denby, Denby, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

FENWICK, John Head Widr 74 Pauper Formerly Road Labourer Denby, Yorkshire

Address: Upper Denby, Denby, Yorkshire (West Riding)
County Yorkshire, Yorkshire (West Riding)
Registration district: Wortley Archive reference: HO107
Piece number: 2334 Folio: 242 Page: 14.


Children of John Fenwick and Ann Dearnley

Joseph Dearnley

ID# 20724, b. 1811, d. May 1865
Joseph Dearnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Joseph Dearnley was born in 1811 at Dalton, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire.


Joseph Dearnley was the son of Edward Dearnley.

Marriage:
Joseph Dearnley married Ann Dransfield, daughter of Joseph Dransfield, on 3 August 1838 at St. Mary's Church, Elland, Halifax R.D., Yorkshire,
Joseph Dearnley 27 Bachelor, Weaver res: Greetland fa: Edward Dearnley, finisher
Ann Dransfield 28 Spinster, --- res: Greetland fa: Joseph Dransfield, Weaver
Joseph signed & Ann made her mark
Witnesses: Leah Brearley & Ann Crowther.


Death:
Joseph Dearnley died in May 1865 at Yorkshire at age 54 years.


Burial:
Joseph Dearnley was buried on 29 May 1865 at St. John the Baptist, Kirkheaton, Yorkshire,
Transcribed as
Joseph     Dearnley, aged 54, Shopkeeper - grocer, died suddenly, Dalton Fold.
Kirkheaton Burials.

Joseph Dearnley appeared in the 1851 census at
740 Little Cargreen, Dalton, Yorkshire.
On 30 March 1851:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Mar 40 Handloom Weaver Fancy Dalton, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Ann Wife Mar 44 Shop Keeper Dalton, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Ellen Dau - 7 Scholar Dalton, Yorkshire

Piece: 2294 Folio: 662 Page: 34 Registration District: Huddersfield
Address: 740, Littlecars Green, Yorkshire (West riding.)



Joseph Dearnley appeared in the 1861 census at
Little Carr Green Lane, Dalton, Yorkshire.
On 7 April 1861:-

DEARNLEY, Joseph Head Mar 50 Corn Dealer & Grocer Kirkheaton, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Ann Wife Mar 54 - Kirkheaton, Yorkshire
DEARNLEY, Ellen Dau Unm 17 Scholar Kirkheaton, Yorkshire

Piece: 3260 Folio: 52 Page: 21 Registration District: Huddersfield
Civil Parish: Dalton
Address: Little Carr Green Lane, Dalton, Yorkshire (West riding)

note: Henry Dransfield & family live next-door (Ann née Dransfield.)


Children of Joseph Dearnley and Ann Dransfield

Joseph Dransfield

ID# 20725, b. about 1782
Birth:
Joseph Dransfield was born about 1782.

Occupation:
in 1838 Joseph Dransfield was a Weaver.

Child of Joseph Dransfield

Edward Dearnley

ID# 20726, b. about 1783
Edward Dearnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

Could Edward D & George D be brothers? (both lived in Dalton).
see George Dearnley.


Birth:
Edward Dearnley was born about 1783.


Residence:
in 1811 Edward Dearnley lived at Dalton, Yorkshire.

Occupation:
in 1838 Edward Dearnley was a Finisher.

Child of Edward Dearnley

Hannah Hinchcliffe

ID# 20727, b. 1808, d. 26 May 1829
Birth:
Hannah Hinchcliffe was born in 1808.


Hannah Hinchcliffe was the daughter of David Hinchcliffe and Abigail Rowbottom.

Death:
Hannah Hinchcliffe died on 26 May 1829 at Almondbury Parish, Yorkshire, at age 21 years
aged 21
Gravestones in the Churchyard at Almondbury (p.555)
East of Chancel Entry
Annals of the Church, Parish of Almondbury, Yorkshire
by Canon Hubert (Charles Augustus Hubert, M.A. of Sidney Sussex College Cambridge.)

Abraham Hinchcliffe

ID# 20728, b. 1804, d. 21 May 1841
Birth:
Abraham Hinchcliffe was born in 1804.


Abraham Hinchcliffe was the son of David Hinchcliffe and Abigail Rowbottom.

Death:
Abraham Hinchcliffe died on 21 May 1841 at Almondbury Parish, Yorkshire, at age 37 years
aged 37
Gravestones in the Churchyard at Almondbury (p.555)
East of Chancel Entry
Annals of the Church, Parish of Almondbury, Yorkshire
by Canon Hubert (Charles Augustus Hubert, M.A. of Sidney Sussex College Cambridge.)

Hannah Bradwell

ID# 20729, b. about 1817
From 17 March 1844, her married name was Darneley.
Birth:
Hannah Bradwell was born about 1817.


Marriage:
Hannah Bradwell married Alwin John Darneley, son of John Dearnelly and Hannah Hallam, on 17 March 1844 at St. James' Church, Clerkenwell, Islington, London,
'Alwin John Darnley of this Parish & Hannah Bradwell of Sheffield Yorke'

This marriage has not been found in the BMD registration indexes, but does show up in the London Metropolitan Archives, Saint James.
There is some confusion in the indexing as to whether this is a marriage or banns of marriage.

George Earnshaw

ID# 20730, b. about 1777, d. before 1855
Birth:
George Earnshaw was born about 1777.


Death:
George Earnshaw died before 1855.

Child of George Earnshaw