Mary Roebuck

ID# 21221, b. about 1779
From 28 June 1801, her married name was Dearnaly.

Note:

re: Mary Roebuck
There is Mary the daughter of William Roebuck of Foldhead, Austonley, bapt 05 Jun 1785 which makes her very young.

There's a Mary dau of Daniel Roebuck of Lane Head, Kirkburton, bapt 15 Jan 1783. This is Lane Head, Cartworth which is near Holme. There were a few of other baptisms of children to Daniel Roebuck of Lane Head in 1760, 1764 & 1773. There are few candidate Daniel Roebucks. It seems likely that the father of the 1760s children might have been the Daniel R of Malkinhouse, also in Cartworth who had a couple of children bapt in the 1750s one of whom was also Daniel. This Daniel, bapt 24 Jan 1757, seems likely to have been the father of Mary Roebuck.

A Daniel Roebuck of Kirkburton m a Sarah Knight OTP in Almondbury on 17 Sep 1780. A Daniel R of Holme had dau Lydia bapt 05 Nov 1780 & Dan of Lanefield, Holme, had son Edmund bapt 04 Jun 1785. The only other reference I can find to Lanefield was the baptism of William, the son of William Knight on 28 Jul 1787; this William also had a son Edmund.

It seems to me that we have:
Daniel R senior moved from Malkinhouse to Lane Head.
His son Daniel Roebuck junior married Sarah Knight just before their first child was due.
Sarah had the child at her mother's home, not unusual for a first child at the time.
At the time of the second child they'd moved to Daniel's family home but by the time of the third they'd moved Sarah's family home. As this now puts them in Holme it's not out of line for Mary to marry another Holmer.

Are Joseph Dearnaly & Mary Roebuck the parents of Ralph? If they started life in Holme a move over the Moss wouldn't be too remarkable.
-Ian Goddard
see Ralph Dearnaley.


Birth:
Mary Roebuck was born about 1779.


Residence:
in 1801 Mary Roebuck lived at Almondbury parish, Yorkshire.


Marriage:
Mary Roebuck married Joseph Dearnaly on 28 June 1801 at All Hallows, Almondbury, Yorkshire,
Joseph Dearnally & Mary Roebuck both of this Parish were married in this Church by Banns.
Joseph signed as "Joseph Dearnaly" & Mary made her mark
Witnesses: John Heaton & John Turner.

George Clapp

ID# 21222, b. about 1858
Residence:
George Clapp lived at Brooklyn, New York,
from a letter from Ralph's great-grandaughter:
"Ralph and Mary Logan Dearnaley had three children that Dad knows of - Grandpa, another boy Dad thinks was named Joe and a daughter Mary who married George Clapp, you remember Uncle George from Brooklyn."


Birth:
George Clapp was born about 1858.


Marriage:
George Clapp married Mary Dearnaley, daughter of Ralph Dearnaley and Mary Ann Logan, about 1885.


Residence:
about 1920 George Clapp lived at Brooklyn, New York.

Child of George Clapp and Mary Dearnaley

John MacAllister

ID# 21223, b. about 1853

Note:

from a letter from Ralph's great-grandaughter:
"On the MacAllister side, they had several daughters and one son named John who never married. Two older Aunts, Dad can't remember their names. One had a daughter named Agate, I remember hearing of her. The other one didn't marry..."


Birth:
John MacAllister was born about 1853.


John MacAllister was the son of John Mcallister and Nancy Hughes.
John MacAllister appeared in the 1870 US census at
Newburgh Ward 4, Orange County, New York.
On 1 June 1870:-

McALLISTER, John 51 Laborer Scotland
McALLISTER, Nancy 39 Keeping House New York
McALLISTER, Mary 28 Dress Maker New York
McALLISTER, John 19 Boatman New York
McALLISTER, Charlotte 16 Works in Cotton Mill New York
McALLISTER, Elizabeth 12 Attending School New York
McALLISTER, Anna 10 Attending School New York
McALLISTER, Norah 6 Attending School New York
McALLISTER, Alice 4 - New York
McALLISTER, Laura 1 - New York

note: currently uncertain who Mary McAllister is - perhaps John's sister?


Alice MacAllister

ID# 21224, b. 1866
From about 1910, her married name was Freeman.
Birth:
Alice MacAllister was born in 1866 at New York.


Alice MacAllister was the daughter of John Mcallister and Nancy Hughes.

Marriage:
Alice MacAllister married Herbert Freeman about 1910
from a letter from Ralph's great-grandaughter:
"On the MacAllister side, they had several daughters and one son named John who never married. Two older Aunts, Dad can't remember their names. One had a daughter named Agate, I remember hearing of her. The other one didn't marry..."
"I think the rest of the family goes in this order John MacAllister, Charlotte (our grandmother, Alice who married Herbert Freeman, Eleanor, the beauty with the auburn hair who became a doctor, she never married, Laura, became a nurse and she never married & Annie who also never married. I remember Aunt Alice and little Aunt Annie."

"Alice was a nurse and married Herbert Freeman (of the Oneida Community) They married later in life" - family member.

Alice MacAllister appeared in the 1870 US census at
Newburgh Ward 4, Orange County, New York.
On 1 June 1870:-

McALLISTER, John 51 Laborer Scotland
McALLISTER, Nancy 39 Keeping House New York
McALLISTER, Mary 28 Dress Maker New York
McALLISTER, John 19 Boatman New York
McALLISTER, Charlotte 16 Works in Cotton Mill New York
McALLISTER, Elizabeth 12 Attending School New York
McALLISTER, Anna 10 Attending School New York
McALLISTER, Norah 6 Attending School New York
McALLISTER, Alice 4 - New York
McALLISTER, Laura 1 - New York

note: currently uncertain who Mary McAllister is - perhaps John's sister?


Herbert Freeman

ID# 21225, b. about 1855
Birth:
Herbert Freeman was born about 1855.


Marriage:
Herbert Freeman married Alice MacAllister, daughter of John Mcallister and Nancy Hughes, about 1910
from a letter from Ralph's great-grandaughter:
"On the MacAllister side, they had several daughters and one son named John who never married. Two older Aunts, Dad can't remember their names. One had a daughter named Agate, I remember hearing of her. The other one didn't marry..."
"I think the rest of the family goes in this order John MacAllister, Charlotte (our grandmother, Alice who married Herbert Freeman, Eleanor, the beauty with the auburn hair who became a doctor, she never married, Laura, became a nurse and she never married & Annie who also never married. I remember Aunt Alice and little Aunt Annie."

"Alice was a nurse and married Herbert Freeman (of the Oneida Community) They married later in life" - family member.

George Clayton Lawton

ID# 21227, b. 1895, d. 21 October 1961
Birth:
George Clayton Lawton was born in 1895.


George Clayton Lawton was the son of Edward Lawton and Sarah Clayton.

Marriage:
George Clayton Lawton married Sarah Dearnaley, daughter of Enoch Dearnaley and Rachel Ogden, on 11 April 1925 at St. George's Church, Mossley, Lancashire,
George Clayton Lawton 30 Bachelor, Labourer res: 12 Earl St fa: Edward Lawton, Warehouseman
Sarah Dearnley 31 Spinster, --- res: 10 Earl St fa: Enoch Dearnley, Spinner
Both signed - Sarah signed 'Sarah Dearnaley'
Witnesses: George Dearnaley & Gladys Dearnaley.


Death:
George Clayton Lawton died on 21 October 1961 at 367 Manchester Road, Mossley, Lancashire, at age 66 years.

Child of George Clayton Lawton and Sarah Dearnaley

Edward Lawton

ID# 21228, b. about 1858
Birth:
Edward Lawton was born about 1858 at Stayley, Cheshire.


Marriage:
Edward Lawton married Sarah Clayton about 1880.

Child of Edward Lawton and Sarah Clayton

Sarah Clayton

ID# 21229, b. about 1859
From about 1880, her married name was Lawton.
Birth:
Sarah Clayton was born about 1859.


Marriage:
Sarah Clayton married Edward Lawton about 1880.

Child of Sarah Clayton and Edward Lawton

Gladys Warburton

ID# 21230, b. 11 November 1900
From about May 1919, her married name was Dearnaley.
From about May 1949, her married name was Bowden.
Birth:
Gladys Warburton was born on 11 November 1900.


Marriage:
Gladys Warburton married George Dearnaley, son of Enoch Dearnaley and Rachel Ogden, about May 1919 at Ashton-under-Lyne, Lancashire.


Divorce:
Gladys Warburton and George Dearnaley were divorced about 1941.


Marriage:
Gladys Warburton married Samuel Bowden about May 1949 at Saddleworth R.D., Yorkshire.

Gladys Warburton appeared in the 1939 register at
31 Yates Lane, Huddersfield C.B., Yorkshire.
In September 1939:-

George Dearnaley 01 Apr 1896 Male Dyer's Labourer Married
Gladys Dearnaley (later Bowden) 11 Nov 1900 Female Cotton Winder Married
Schedule No.390.


Child of Gladys Warburton and George Dearnaley