Giles Fermin

ID# 24631, b. about 1665
Birth:
Giles Fermin was born about 1665.


Giles Fermin was the son of Thomas Fermin and Margaret Dent.

Unknown Nichols

ID# 24632, b. about 1617, d. before 1641
Birth:
Unknown Nichols was born about 1617.


Unknown Nichols was the daughter of John Nichols and Blanche (?)

Death:
Unknown Nichols died before 1641.

Judith Nicholl

ID# 24633, b. about 1626
Birth:
Judith Nicholl was born about 1626
"my fifth daughter Judith Nicholl" from father John's 1641 will.


Judith Nicholl was the daughter of John Nichols and Blanche (?)

Elizabeth Barton

ID# 24634, b. 1673
From 4 June 1695, her married name was Bringhurst.
Birth:
Elizabeth Barton was born in 1673.


Marriage:
Elizabeth Barton married Edward Bringhurst, son of Edward Bringhurst and Mary Darnelly, on 4 June 1695 at Saint Katherine By The Tower, London,
Edward Bringhurst aged 23
Elizabeth Barton aged 22
from transcription only.

Elizabeth Darnelly

ID# 24635, b. 1707
Elizabeth Darnelly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)
From February 1728, her married name was Siddall.
Birth:
Elizabeth Darnelly was born in 1707.


Residence:
in 1728 Elizabeth Darnelly lived at St. Mary Woolnorth Parish, London.


Marriage:
Elizabeth Darnelly married Stephen Siddall in February 1728 at St. Albans Wood Street Parish Church, London,
Marriage assumed from the marriage allegation:
23d January 1727 [Assumed to be the ecclesiastical year]
"Appeared personally Stephen Siddall of this Parish of St Saviour Southwark in the County of Surry aged upwards of twenty five Years and a Bachelor and alledged that he intendeth to Marry w[???] Elizabeth Darnelly of St. Mary Woolnorth London aged upwards of twenty one Years and a Spinster..." "... pray'd Licence to solemnized the said Marriage in the Parish Church of St. Albans Wood Street London"
signed Stephen Siddall

St. Mary Woolnoth is an Anglican church in the City of London, located on the corner of Lombard Street and King William Street near Bank junction.
St Alban's was a church in Wood Street, City of London. Of medieval origin, it was rebuilt in 1634, destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666, and rebuilt once again, this time to a Gothic design by Sir Christopher Wren. It was severely damaged by bombing during the Second World War, and the ruins cleared, leaving only the tower. - Wikipedia.



Note:
between 1729 and 1733
Possibly this family:
Parents: Stephen & Elizabeth Siddall
Phillip Siddall Baptized 16 Mar 1729 - St George the Martyr, Surrey
Sarah Siddall Baptized 2 Aug 1730 - St George the Martyr, Surrey
Stephen Siddall Baptized 12 Oct 1731 - St George the Martyr, Surrey
Mary Siddall Baptized Mar 1733 - St George the Martyr, Surrey.

Stephen Siddall

ID# 24636, b. 1703
Birth:
Stephen Siddall was born in 1703.


Residence:
in 1728 Stephen Siddall lived at St Saviour, Southwark, London.


Marriage:
Stephen Siddall married Elizabeth Darnelly in February 1728 at St. Albans Wood Street Parish Church, London,
Marriage assumed from the marriage allegation:
23d January 1727 [Assumed to be the ecclesiastical year]
"Appeared personally Stephen Siddall of this Parish of St Saviour Southwark in the County of Surry aged upwards of twenty five Years and a Bachelor and alledged that he intendeth to Marry w[???] Elizabeth Darnelly of St. Mary Woolnorth London aged upwards of twenty one Years and a Spinster..." "... pray'd Licence to solemnized the said Marriage in the Parish Church of St. Albans Wood Street London"
signed Stephen Siddall

St. Mary Woolnoth is an Anglican church in the City of London, located on the corner of Lombard Street and King William Street near Bank junction.
St Alban's was a church in Wood Street, City of London. Of medieval origin, it was rebuilt in 1634, destroyed in the Great Fire of London in 1666, and rebuilt once again, this time to a Gothic design by Sir Christopher Wren. It was severely damaged by bombing during the Second World War, and the ruins cleared, leaving only the tower. - Wikipedia.



Note:
between 1729 and 1733
Possibly this family:
Parents: Stephen & Elizabeth Siddall
Phillip Siddall Baptized 16 Mar 1729 - St George the Martyr, Surrey
Sarah Siddall Baptized 2 Aug 1730 - St George the Martyr, Surrey
Stephen Siddall Baptized 12 Oct 1731 - St George the Martyr, Surrey
Mary Siddall Baptized Mar 1733 - St George the Martyr, Surrey.

Ann Darnelly

ID# 24637, b. 1703
Ann Darnelly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for search.)
From December 1728, her married name was Cardel.
Birth:
Ann Darnelly was born in 1703.


Residence:
in 1728 Ann Darnelly lived at Middlesex.


Marriage:
Ann Darnelly married Isaac Cardel in December 1728 at Christ Church Parish Church, London,
Marriage assumed from the marriage allegation:
27 Nov 1728
"Appeared personnally Isaac Cardel of the Parish of St. Alphage London Aged 30 years and a B[???] [???] and alledged that he intendeth to Marry wi[??] Anne Darnelly of the Parish of Sl[???] in the County of Middx aged twenty five years and a Spinster...." "... pray'd Licence to solemnized the said Marriage in the Parish Church of Christ Church London."



Note:
in April 1730
An Isaac & Ann Cardel baptized a son Thomas in Kingston Jamaica on the 1 Apr 1730. (Thomas was born 13 Mar 1730.)

Isaac Cardel

ID# 24638, b. 1698
Birth:
Isaac Cardel was born in 1698
Possibly the Isaac Cardel who was baptized 2 Dec 1697 at St John the Evangelist, Great Stanmore. Father Abraham Cardel.


Residence:
in 1728 Isaac Cardel lived at Parish of St. Alphage, London.


Marriage:
Isaac Cardel married Ann Darnelly in December 1728 at Christ Church Parish Church, London,
Marriage assumed from the marriage allegation:
27 Nov 1728
"Appeared personnally Isaac Cardel of the Parish of St. Alphage London Aged 30 years and a B[???] [???] and alledged that he intendeth to Marry wi[??] Anne Darnelly of the Parish of Sl[???] in the County of Middx aged twenty five years and a Spinster...." "... pray'd Licence to solemnized the said Marriage in the Parish Church of Christ Church London."



Note:
in April 1730
Living in Jamaica?
An Isaac & Ann Cardel baptized a son Thomas in Kingston Jamaica on the 1st April 1730.
"Thomas ye Son of Isaac & Ann Cardel was born on ye 13th Day of March 1729 [Ecclesiastical year] & Baptized on ye 1st Day of April 1730."

John Barber

ID# 24639, b. 1849, d. before April 1861
Birth:
John Barber was born in 1849 at Hattersley, Cheshire.


John Barber was the son of Isaac Barber and Selina Ann Dearnaley.

Death:
John Barber died before April 1861.

John Barber appeared in the 1851 census at
John Mayall Houses, Mossley Brow, Ashton-under-Lyne Parish, Lancashire.
On 30 March 1851:-

BARBER, Isaac Head Mar 22 Cotton Slubber Ashton, Lancashire     
BARBER, Selina Wife Mar 21 House Keeper Hattersley, Cheshire     
BARBER, John Son Unm 2 - Hattersley, Cheshire     
BARBER, William Son Unm 5 mo - Mossley, Lancashire     
LEES, Mary Lodger Unm 27 Card Room Hand Saddleworth, Yorkshire     
LEES, Samuel Lodger Unm 6 Scholar Mossley, Lancashire     
LEES, Daniel Lodger Unm 6 mo - Mossley, Lancashire     

Address: John Mayall Houses, Mossley Brow, Ashton under Lyne, Lancashire
Registration district: Ashton-Under-Lyne
Archive reference: HO107 Piece number: 2238 Folio: 220 Page: 22.


John Barber

ID# 24640, b. 1862
Birth:
John Barber was born in 1862 at Dukinfield, Cheshire.


John Barber was the son of Isaac Barber and Selina Ann Dearnaley.
John Barber appeared in the 1871 census at
Luzley, Ashton-under-Lyne Parish, Lancashire.
On 2 April 1871:-

BARBER, Isaac Head Mar 42 Self Acting Minder Hurst, Lancashire
BARBER, Selina Ann Wife Mar 41 - Stayley, Cheshire
BARBER, William Son Unm 20 Self Acting Minder Mossley, Lancashire
BARBER, Hannah Dau Unm 18 Card Room Hand Micklehurst, Cheshire
BARBER, Martha Dau - 15 Card Room Hand Mossley, Lancashire
BARBER, John Son - 8 Scholar Dukinfield, Cheshire
BARBER, Sarah Dau - 6 Scholar Dukinfield, Cheshire
BARBER, James Son - 3 Scholar Dukinfield, Cheshire

Address: Luzley, Ashton under Lyne Parish, Lancashire
Registration district: Ashton under Lyne
Archive reference: RG10 Piece number: 4087 Folio: 19 Page: 31.



John Barber appeared in the 1881 census at
1 Roughfields, Crompton, Lancashire.
On 3 April 1881:-

BARBER, Isaac Head Widower 52 Cotton Spinner Uempl Ashton, Lancashire
BARBER, John Son Unm 18 Cotton Peicer Dukinfield, Lancashire
BARBER, James Son Unm 13 Cotton Peicer Dukinfield, Lancashire

Address: 1 Roughfields, Crompton, Lancashire
Registration district: Oldham
Archive reference: RG11 Piece number: 4098 Folio: 91 Page: 19.