John Dearnaly

ID# 22802, b. between 1731 and 1790
John Dearnaly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

John appears in the transcribed fragments of the 1811 census in Luzley, Ashton-under-Lyne Parish. His trade is shown as "Manufacturing" with one male & two females in the household.
see Tameside local & Family History
Household options:
1. John, wife & young daughter - so John born c.1785
2. John, wife & mother (either) – so father deceased, & again John born c.1785
3. John & 2 sisters - so John born 1731 -1790
4. Other random individuals - so John born 1731 -1790
note: Some other Luzley families used St Michael's church, Ashton under Lyne for baptisms.


Birth:
John Dearnaly was born between 1731 and 1790.

John Dearnaly appeared in the census at
Luzley, Ashton-under-Lyne Parish, Lancashire.
On 27 May 1811:-.



Mary Warren

ID# 22803, b. 1844
From about February 1861, her married name was Smith.
Birth:
Mary Warren was born in 1844 at Morice Town, Devon.


Mary Warren was the daughter of (?) Warren and Sarah (?)

Marriage:
Mary Warren married Simeon Wallace Smith about February 1861 at Plymouth R.D., Devon.

Mary Warren appeared in the 1871 census at
40 Admiralty Street, East Stonehouse, Devon.
On 2 April 1871:-

SMITH, Mary Wife Mar 27 Rag Cutter Newpassage(?), Devonport
SMITH, William Son - 3 - Stonehouse, Devon
SMITH, Elizabeth Dau - 1 - Stonehouse, Devon
WARREN, Sarah Mother Widow 71 formerley Laundress Devonport, Devon

Address: 40 Admiralty Street, East Stonehouse, Devon
Registration district: East Stonehouse
Archive reference: RG10 Piece number: 2127 Folio: 31 Page: 53.



Mary Warren appeared in the 1881 census at
Homer Pool, Lezant, Cornwall.
On 3 April 1881:-

SMITH, Simeon Head Mar 46 Greenwich Pensioner R.M. Swindon, Wiltshire
SMITH, Mary Wife Mar 36 - Morice Town, Devon
SMITH, William Son Sngl 13 Scholar Stonehouse, Devon
SMITH, Elizabeth Dau Sngl 11 Scholar Stonehouse, Devon
SMITH, Edgar Son Sngl 7 Scholar Stonehouse, Devon
SMITH, Mary B Dau Sngl 4 - Stonehouse, Devon
SMITH, Mable Dau Sngl 2 - Stonehouse, Devon

Address: Homer Pool, Lezant, Cornwall
Registration district: Launceston
Archive reference: RG11 Piece number: 2278 Folio: 112 Page: 9.


Children of Mary Warren and Simeon Wallace Smith

Richard Fenton

ID# 22804, b. about 1490, d. about 1550

Note:

Evidence for Richard being Emmota's father is from his 1550 will.
He names his son Richard (named as brother-in-law by Emmota's second husband) and mentions 'daughters'. He then names Nicholas Shirclif as his son-in-law. - JAD.


Birth:
Richard Fenton was born about 1490.


Marriage:
Richard Fenton married Ann Smythe, daughter of Lawrence Smythe, about 1512.


Will:
Richard Fenton left a will in 1550.
A summary is provided by Alfred Scott Gatty in his annotated listing of the BMDs for Ecclesfield Parish Church: The First Book of the Marriage Baptismal and Burial Registers, Ecclesfield Parish Church. Yorkshire. From 1558 to 1619. Available free-to-view at www.archive.org.)
Janet Davies.


Death:
Richard Fenton died about 1550.

Child of Richard Fenton and Ann Smythe

Ann Smythe

ID# 22805, b. about 1490
Ann Smythe was also recorded as Agnes.
From about 1512, her married name was Fenton.
Birth:
Ann Smythe was born about 1490.


Ann Smythe was the daughter of Lawrence Smythe.

Marriage:
Ann Smythe married Richard Fenton about 1512.

Child of Ann Smythe and Richard Fenton

Lawrence Smythe

ID# 22806, b. about 1430, d. about 1548
Birth:
Lawrence Smythe was born about 1430.


Death:
Lawrence Smythe died about 1548.


Will:
Lawrence Smythe left a will in 1548.
Lawrence names his grandson Richard Fenton and his six grand-daughters: Ellinoure, Dorothie, Elizabeth (who married Thomas Strynger), Marie, Katerine, and Ann.
Problem - no Emmota.
I think the most likely explanation is that Ellinoure is a transcription error. (Not the only one, as her sister Elizabeth gets called Gertrude and her mother Anne is listed as Agnes.) Richard Fenton and Thomas Strynger were both overseers for Edmund D's will.
A summary is provided by Alfred Scott Gatty in his annotated listing of the BMDs for Ecclesfield Parish Church: The First Book of the Marriage Baptismal and Burial Registers, Ecclesfield Parish Church. Yorkshire. From 1558 to 1619. Available free-to-view at www.archive.org.)
Janet Davies.

Child of Lawrence Smythe

Isabel Allcock

ID# 22807, b. about 1551
From about 1571, her married name was Scott.
Birth:
Isabel Allcock was born about 1551.


Isabel Allcock was the daughter of Unknown Allcock and Elizabeth (?)

Marriage:
Isabel Allcock married Thomas Scott, son of Nicholas Scott and Emmota Fenton, about 1571.

Children of Isabel Allcock and Thomas Scott

Richard Scott

ID# 22808, b. about 1572
Birth:
Richard Scott was born about 1572.


Richard Scott was the son of Thomas Scott and Isabel Allcock.

Mary Scott

ID# 22809, b. about 1574
Birth:
Mary Scott was born about 1574.


Mary Scott was the daughter of Thomas Scott and Isabel Allcock.

Elizabeth (?)

ID# 22810, b. about 1528
From about 1549, her married name was Allcock.
Birth:
Elizabeth (?) was born about 1528.


Marriage:
Elizabeth (?) married Unknown Allcock about 1549.

Child of Elizabeth (?) and Unknown Allcock