Unknown Hadfield

ID# 25611, b. about 1695
Unknown Hadfield was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From about 1718, her married name was Dearnaly.
Birth:
Unknown Hadfield was born about 1695.


Unknown Hadfield was the daughter of Thurston Hadfield.

Marriage:
Unknown Hadfield married Jonathan Dearnaly about 1718.

Children of Unknown Hadfield and Jonathan Dearnaly

Thurston Hadfield

ID# 25612, b. about 1678
Birth:
Thurston Hadfield was born about 1678.


Residence:
in 1730 Thurston Hadfield lived at Hilltop, Dinting, Glossop Parish, Derbyshire, England.


Will:
Thurston Hadfield left a will in February 1736.
Will of Thurston Hadfield 19 Feb 1735/6

In ye name of God Amem I Thurstone Hadfield of hilltop
in Dinting in ye parish of Glossop and County of Derby
being out of Health but sound and perfect in mind
and memory prased be god doe make this my last will
and testament in manner & form & following that is to
say ffirrst and principally I commet my Soul into ye Hand
of allmighty God and my Body I Commit to ye Earth from
whenst was taken to be Decently intered at ye Discretion
of my Executor here affter named and Touching what I have
I Dispose of as follows-------------------------
Impri my will and mind is that my due Debts to Gather with
ffunerall Expenses be paid first out of my personall
Estate; IP my will and mind is and I doe Give and be que[??]
unto my Loving wife Mary Hadfield my Cotige House in Whit[?]
duering her Life if Shee keep her un married but affter
her Death or marrige[Iff ?] doe Give ye Sd Hous to my Grandaug[?]
Mary Dearnaly and her hears for Ever.. I doe Give to my Son[?]
Jonathan Dearnaly one Shilling IP I doe Give to my Granson Jonath[?]
Dearnaly one Shilling. IP it is my will and mind That my
Soninlaw Jonathan Dearnaly Shall Have nothing to doe with ye Sd
House in Whitfield. IP I dohere by Give and be queath all ye Rest
of my Goods Cattell Creditts and Chattells of what kind or nature [???]
Ever That are not here in dispsd of To my Loving wife Mary
Hadfield
. Lastly I doe nominate and a point my loving wife
to be my Executor of This my Last will and Testament
hopping Shee will performe the Trust I [Repose?] in her. In
witness here unto I have sett my Hand and Seal This ninth
tee[??] day of February one Thousand seven Hundred Therty
ffive

In the presence of
John Thornely Thurstone Hadfield his mark
Samuel Wagstaffe
John Wagstaffe.

Child of Thurston Hadfield

Mary Dearnaly

ID# 25613, b. about 1720
Mary Dearnaly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Mary Dearnaly was born about 1720.


Mary Dearnaly was the daughter of Jonathan Dearnaly and Unknown Hadfield.


Note:
in February 1730
Mentioned in the Will of grandfather Thurston Hadfield of Dinting, Glossop Parish. see Thurston Hadfield.

Jonathan Dearnaly

ID# 25614, b. about 1722
Jonathan Dearnaly was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Jonathan Dearnaly was born about 1722.


Jonathan Dearnaly was the son of Jonathan Dearnaly and Unknown Hadfield.


Note:
in February 1730
Mentioned in the Will of grandfather Thurston Hadfield of Dinting, Glossop Parish. see Thurston Hadfield.



Note:
in 1751
There is a marriage of a Jon Dornoly/Dernely to a Joanna Shirt.
The entry is in the Glossop BT records, but with no dates & under the title of "Weddings 1751". The following entry (same page) shows "Burials 1747". The odd order may indicate that the document is a later copy.
see Jonathan Dernely.

Joseph Dearnaly

ID# 25615, b. about 1687, d. about May 1766
Joseph Dearnaly was also recorded as Joseph Dearneley.
He was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Joseph Dearnaly was born about 1687.


Joseph Dearnaly was the son of Joseph Dearnely and Mary Earnshaw.

Marriage:
Joseph Dearnaly married Sarah (?) about 1712.



Note:
on 12 February 1730
Mentioned in father Joseph's 1730 will.
Executor in Apr 1736.



Note:
on 14 September 1737
(1) Mary Cooke of Dukinfield, Ches., widow (2) Joseph Dernerley of Deep Clough...
This record is held by Lancashire Archives Reference: DDX 228/159

Description:
(1) Mary Cooke of Dukinfield, Ches., widow
(2) Joseph Dernerley of Deep Clough, Glossopdale, Derbs., yeoman and John Cooke of Hangto[nin], Manchester, yeoman

(1) assigns to (2) messuage in Alt in Ashton Underline for 99 years subject to term of lives of recited lease for lives 11 Aug. 1737, subject to certain trusts
Date: 1737 14 Sep
Held by: Lancashire Archives, not available at The National Archives Language: English

Context of this record
55 - Lancashire Archives
DDX 228 - Deeds, estate papers and correspondence of the E.H. Moss Trust
Deeds relating to land at Alt, Ashton-under-Lyne
DDX 228/159 - (1) Mary Cooke of Dukinfield, Ches., widow (2) Joseph Dernerley of Deep Clough...



Note:
on 26 September 1764
Declaration of trust by John Cooke, yeoman, Joshua Cooke, yeoman and Sarah Cooke...
This record is held by Lancashire Archives Reference: DDX 228/160

Description:      
Declaration of trust by John Cooke, yeoman, Joshua Cooke, yeoman and Sarah Cooke, spinster (brothers and sister) of Haughton Manchester, Joseph Dernerley of Deep Clough, Glossopdale, Derbs., yeoman, Ralph Mather of Manchester, joiner and Mary his wife, Robert Leech of Duckenfield, Ches., shoemaker and Elizabeth his wife, Edward Hurst of Manchester, dyer and Ann his wife, John Miller of Hartshead, Ashton Underlyne, weaver and Sarah his wife, Joseph Saxon of Woodpark, Ashton Underlyne, weaver, and Ellen his wife, declaring that J.C. and J.D. have surrendered to George Hunt of Mollington, Ches. esq. and Thomas Hunt of Inner Temple, London, esq., (brothers and trustees named in the will of George Earl of Warrington) a messuage and closes called Wall Bank, Kiln Field, Great Bent, Little Bent, Clegg Gate, Eyes, Eyes Bank, Roughs and Woodland of approx. 14a. at Alt in Ashton Underlyne, in trust for Right Honourable Mary Countess of Stamford, who thereafter leased to J.C. and J.D. in consideration of the surrender and £38 (being part of £43 borrowed by the parties from William Wright of Park in Ashton Underlyne), the above-mentioned property, subject to certain lives and trusts, 12 Sep. 1764

Rent: 43s. p.a.
Date: 1764 26 Sep
Held by: Lancashire Archives, not available at The National Archives
Language: English

Context of this record
55 - Lancashire Archives
DDX 228 - Deeds, estate papers and correspondence of the E.H. Moss Trust
Deeds relating to land at Alt, Ashton-under-Lyne
DDX 228/160 - Declaration of trust by John Cooke, yeoman, Joshua Cooke, yeoman and Sarah Cooke...


Residence:
in 1766 Joseph Dearnaly lived at Deepclough, Derbyshire, England.


Will:
Joseph Dearnaly left a will on 7 February 1766.
Joseph Dearnaly, Weaver of Deepclough

Will mentions:
My dearly beloved wife Sarah Dearnaly
A leased house at Deepclough
my Grandson John Ervin - sole Executor (so probably over 21 i.e. born before 1745)
my Grandson William Wood
my three daughters
     Sarah Ervin (mother of John Ervin) birth est. 1715
     Mary Bowers birth est. 1717
     Martha Plat birth est. 1719

Probate 12 Jul 1766.


Death:
Joseph Dearnaly died about May 1766 at Glossop Parish, Derbyshire, England.


Probate:
his estate was probated on 12 July 1766.

Children of Joseph Dearnaly and Sarah (?)

Sarah (?)

ID# 25616, b. about 1688
From about 1712, her married name was Dearnaly.
From about 1712, her married name was Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
Birth:
Sarah (?) was born about 1688.


Marriage:
Sarah (?) married Joseph Dearnaly, son of Joseph Dearnely and Mary Earnshaw, about 1712.

Children of Sarah (?) and Joseph Dearnaly

Martha Dearnaly

ID# 25620, b. about 1726, d. before 1766
Martha Dearnaly was also recorded as Martha Dernely.
She was also recorded as Dearnaley - (spelling not found but added for indexing.)
From 12 April 1747, her married name was Wood.
From 1756, her married name was Plat.
From 1756, her married name was Platt.
Birth:
Martha Dearnaly was born about 1726 at England.


Martha Dearnaly was the daughter of Joseph Dearnaly and Sarah (?)

Marriage:
Martha Dearnaly married John Wood on 12 April 1747 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.


Marriage:
Martha Dearnaly married James Platt in 1756 at Glossop Parish, Derbyshire, England,
Martha Wood & James Platt.


Death:
Martha Dearnaly died before 1766.

Child of Martha Dearnaly and John Wood