James Platt

ID# 25622, b. about 1725
James Platt was also recorded as James Plat.
Birth:
James Platt was born about 1725.


Marriage:
James Platt married Martha Dearnaly, daughter of Joseph Dearnaly and Sarah (?), in 1756 at Glossop Parish, Derbyshire, England,
Martha Wood & James Platt.

John Wood

ID# 25624, b. about 1725
Birth:
John Wood was born about 1725.


Marriage:
John Wood married Martha Dearnaly, daughter of Joseph Dearnaly and Sarah (?), on 12 April 1747 at Glossop, Derbyshire, England.

Child of John Wood and Martha Dearnaly

William Wood

ID# 25625, b. about 1748
Birth:
William Wood was born about 1748.


William Wood was the son of John Wood and Martha Dearnaly.


Note:
on 7 February 1766
Mentioned in grandfather Joseph Dearnaly's will.
see Joseph Dearnaly.

John Ervin

ID# 25626, b. about 1740
Birth:
John Ervin was born about 1740.


John Ervin was the son of John Owen and Sarah Dearnaly.


Note:
on 7 February 1766
Mentioned in grandfather Joseph Dearnaly's will.
see Joseph Dearnaly

John was sole Executor (so probably over 21 i.e. born before 1745).

Unknown (?)

ID# 25627, b. about 1703
From about 1725, her married name was Dearneley.
Birth:
Unknown (?) was born about 1703.


Marriage:
Unknown (?) married Samuel Dearneley about 1725.

Children of Unknown (?) and Samuel Dearneley

John Cooke

ID# 25628, b. about 1708, d. about 1768
John Cooke was also recorded as John Cook.

Note:

Previously erroneously thought to be a child of Edward Cook & Mary Dearnely.
see Mary Dearnely.


Birth:
John Cooke was born about 1708 at England.


John Cooke was the son of John Cooke and Sarah (?)
John Cooke was living in 1739; Living when Joshua Cooke's widow Mary wrote her 1739 will.
Residence:
in 1764 John Cooke lived at Haughton, Manchester, Lancashire, England.



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...


Death:
John Cooke died about 1768.

Joshua Cooke

ID# 25629, b. about 1710
Joshua Cooke was also recorded as Joshua Cook.

Note:

Previously erroneously thought to be a child of Edward Cook & Mary Dearnely.
see Mary Dearnely.


Birth:
Joshua Cooke was born about 1710 at England.


Joshua Cooke was the son of John Cooke and Sarah (?)
Joshua Cooke was living in 1739; Living when Joshua Cooke's widow Mary wrote her 1739 will.
Residence:
in 1764 Joshua Cooke lived at Haughton, Manchester, Lancashire, England.



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...

Sarah Cooke

ID# 25630, b. about 1716
Sarah Cooke was also recorded as Sarah Cook.

Note:

Previously erroneously thought to be a child of Edward Cook & Mary Dearnely.
see Mary Dearnely.


Birth:
Sarah Cooke was born about 1716 at England.


Sarah Cooke was the daughter of John Cooke and Sarah (?)
Sarah Cooke was living in 1739; Living when Joshua Cooke's widow Mary wrote her 1739 will.
Residence:
in 1764 Sarah Cooke lived at Haughton, Manchester, Lancashire, England.



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...