James Bollom

ID# 23191, b. about 1793
Birth:
James Bollom was born about 1793.

Occupation:
James Bollom was a Gardener - recorded at son James' 1849 marriage.

Child of James Bollom

Edmund Harrop

ID# 23192, b. about 1717, d. between 1757 and 1759
Birth:
Edmund Harrop was born about 1717.


Residence:
in 1745 Edmund Harrop lived at Mottram, Cheshire.


Residence:
in 1757 Edmund Harrop lived at Arnfield, Derbyshire.


Death:
Edmund Harrop died between 1757 and 1759
Edmund Harrop of Arnfield died in 1757/59. His will is dated 1757 (findmypast) naming one of his daughters as Alice.

Child of Edmund Harrop

Edward Hamer

ID# 23193, b. about 1810
Birth:
Edward Hamer was born about 1810.


Residence:
in 1832 Edward Hamer lived at Manchester Parish, Cheshire.


Marriage:
Edward Hamer married Maria Dennerley on 9 January 1832 at Manchester Parish, Cheshire,
'Edward Hamer Bachelor of this Parish Fustian Cutter and Maria Dennerley same Parish Spinster were married in this Church by Banns...'
Both signed
Witnesses: Thomas Parry & (the mark of) ??? Rowland.

Maria Dennerley

ID# 23194, b. about 1810
Maria Dennerley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 9 January 1832, her married name was Hamer.
Birth:
Maria Dennerley was born about 1810.


Residence:
in 1832 Maria Dennerley lived at Manchester Parish, Cheshire.


Marriage:
Maria Dennerley married Edward Hamer on 9 January 1832 at Manchester Parish, Cheshire,
'Edward Hamer Bachelor of this Parish Fustian Cutter and Maria Dennerley same Parish Spinster were married in this Church by Banns...'
Both signed
Witnesses: Thomas Parry & (the mark of) ??? Rowland.

Mary (?)

ID# 23195, b. about 1608, d. May 1643
From about 1630, her married name was Derneley.
From about 1630, her married name was Dernily.
Birth:
Mary (?) was born about 1608.


Marriage:
Mary (?) married Roger Derneley, son of Roger Derneley and (?) (?), about 1630.


Death:
Mary (?) died in May 1643 at Derbyshire.


Burial:
Mary (?) was buried on 12 May 1643 at Denby, Derbyshire,
Mary Dernily, wife of Roger.

Children of Mary (?) and Roger Derneley

Henery Dernely

ID# 23196, b. 1641, d. May 1641
Birth:
Henery Dernely was born in 1641 at Derbyshire.


Henery Dernely was the son of Roger Derneley and Mary (?)

Death:
Henery Dernely died in May 1641 at Denby, Derbyshire.


Burial:
Henery Dernely was buried on 22 May 1641 at Denby, Derbyshire,
Henery Dernely 22 May 1641, father Roger.
Roger Dernely 22 May 1641, father Roger.
assumed to be twin sons (who died at birth) of this Roger.

Roger Dernely

ID# 23197, b. 1641, d. May 1641
Birth:
Roger Dernely was born in 1641 at Derbyshire.


Roger Dernely was the son of Roger Derneley and Mary (?)

Death:
Roger Dernely died in May 1641 at Denby, Derbyshire.


Burial:
Roger Dernely was buried on 22 May 1641 at Denby, Derbyshire,
Henery Dernely 22 May 1641, father Roger.
Roger Dernely 22 May 1641, father Roger.
assumed to be twin sons (who died at birth) of this Roger.

George Dearnley

ID# 23198, b. about 1770
George Dearnley was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)

Note:

This George D is shown at the 1804 'churched' record of wife Mary.

1. 'Mary wife of Geo: Dearnley of Lee Side, churched Dec 28'--- (1804)
     Is this George Deaneley 1771- ?      see George Deaneley
     Nephews John, Joseph & William D were in Leeside (1808-1821) Joseph D see Joseph D and brothers.


Birth:
George Dearnley was born about 1770.


Marriage:
George Dearnley married Mary (?) about 1792.


Residence:
in December 1804 George Dearnley lived at Lee Side, Yorkshire.

Mary (?)

ID# 23199, b. about 1770
From about 1792, her married name was Dearnley.
Birth:
Mary (?) was born about 1770.


Marriage:
Mary (?) married George Dearnley about 1792.


Residence:
in December 1804 Mary (?) lived at Lee Side, Yorkshire.



Note:
on 28 December 1804 at Holy Trinity, Holmfirth, Yorkshire,
1. 'Mary wife of Geo: Dearnley of Lee Side, churched Dec 28'--- (1804)

Churched. The churching records are in the same register as the baptisms.
Churching of women was supposed to happen after a birth. However I've spent some time looking at these records & come to the conclusion that in Holmfirth there's a negative correlation. I think it had come to be a ceremony carried out after a miscarriage. Certainly in the instance given above it occurred in what would otherwise have been a fairly long gap between marriage & first baptism of my 3xggparents. Also Phillip Bray's wife was churched at intervals too short for a normal human pregnancy - either that or he was a polygamist.
The upshot is that if Mary in this instance had miscarried once she might have done so multiple times & never have succeeded in giving birth to a living child and so this couple would never have turned up as parents in a baptism.
- Ian Goddard.

David Cotton

ID# 23200, b. about 1825
Birth:
David Cotton was born about 1825.

Child of David Cotton