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DESCENDANTS OF 

JOHN DEAN 

OF 

DEDHtCM, MASS. 



MARION D. COOPER 



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GENEALOGICAL DEPARTfvlENT 

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OF UTTER-DAY SAINTS 



DESCENDANTS OF 

JOHN DEAN 

(1650-1727) 

of Dedham, Mass. 



Compiled by 
Marion Deane Cooper 



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FOREWOED 

This took of genealogy grew out of the curiosity aroused 
"by the rediscovery of the old family Bihle of my great 
grandfather, Daniel Deane , of Petersham, Mass. The Vital 
Records of Petersham and Dedham, Mass., very quickly led 
tack to the progenitor of the family, John Dean, of Dedham, 
who was torn atout 1650 and died in 1727. 

As time permitted, I have attempted to ottain records of 
the lineal descendants of this ancestor , The results are 
far from complete, as many of the lines terminate in thin 
air for lack of the information required to tring them down 
to date. It is inevitatle that more tiographical inform- 
ation is availatle in my own particular line of descent 
than in the others — this is not evidence of lack of interest 
on my part, tut rather a measure of the difficulty of ot- 
taining data, and of the inherent reticence of people atout 
their own doings. 

Whatever may te the tenefits derived from a knowledge of 
one's ancestors, I telieve that the greatest tenefit which 
can accrue from such a knowledge lies in contemplation of 
the aspirations of these ancestors, as revealed ty their 
history, and of the heritage they have passed on down to us 
of the present time. In the three centuries covered ty this 
took, we have seen people leave a' settled civilization and 
emigrate to a virgin wilderness. In the earlier times of 
this interval, grain was cut ty hand and threshed ty pound- 
it ty hand with a flail, homes were warmed ty tack- freezing 
open fireplaces fed with hand felled, hand cut, and hand 
split wood, cooking was done in tig pots over an open wood 
fire, clothes were washed ty scrutting them ty hand across 
a corrugated toard in a tut of water, with soap made from 
grease and the lye dissolved out of wood ashes. A man's 
work then gained him as many cents as he now gets dollars. 

Compare the life of those times with the machine powered 
present, when drudgery is tanished at the touch of a tuttonJ 
Then ask, "What did these hard-working, long-working ances- 
tors do that has resulted in passing down to us such a won- 
derful heritage?" Surely they left us more than the ingen- 
uity that has developed our present mechanistic age. 

Underlying all else, they have telieved in, practiced, 
and fought for the principles and duties of national and in- 
dividual freedom not the freedom that is so frequently 

detauched into "I'll get what I want, and to heck with all 
others," tut the freedom of national life which recognizes 
that the individual prospers test when all prosper: — in 
spirit, the application of the Golden Rule. 

Over the centuries many enticing political schemes and 

-isms have teen touted in this country tut ty the good 

judgement of the electorate they have all teen discarded 
and the nation has steadfastly hewed to the line of complete 
freedom, circumscrited only ty the general welfare. May the 
citizens of this country te wise enough to continue in this 
path of progress, and not sell any of their tirthrights for 
a mess of pottagel 



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This took v/oiild have been -utterly impossible without the 
generous contxihutions of time and effort "by many people 
who sent me data for puhlication. Hotahle among these are: 

[1472] Faxon R. Dean, who furnished data on most of the 
children of [28] Faxon Dean and the complete line from 
[81] Orange Dean, unearthed a genealogy hy [l87i2] 77. D. 
Kelley listing hundreds of descendants of [77] Samuel Dean, 
and contrihuted many items of interest and information from 
his researches into the dusty archives of the eastern part 
of the country. 

[1602] Henry llartyn Dean, who supplied records running hack 
to his ancestor [102] Joshua Dean, and covering the com- 
plete line of [2251 John Dean, 

[1802] Alfred H. Dean, who supplied all the data given on 
the descendants of [I78] Colburn Dean. 

[I27c5] Cassie K. Turnej , an adept genealogist, who con- 
trihuted most of the data on descendants of [127] Delphos 
(Dean) Turner and confirmed all the descendants given for 
[42] John Dean. 

[66lal] V/illiam. L. Woodward, who furnished the data on the 
descendants of [661] Mary Carter (Dean) Woodward. 

[589a] Grace E. Doyle ) who jointly brought down 
[990a] Mabel K. Anderson ) to date all the lines from 
[1480] Alice V. Deane ) [587] Seneca F. Deane 

Without the assistance of the above people, and of many, 
many others too numerous to mention, this book would be 
thin indeed. 

As time and circumstance permit, I shall continue the 
effort to bring all the lines down to date, to the end of 
listing, if possible, all those who carry in their veins 
the blood of John Dean of Dedham. To this end I will be 
greatly pleased to receive correction of the errors which 
doubtless have crept into the book, and also any data in 
extension of any of the lines of descent. 

Marion Deane Cooper, 

1528 Compter. Bd., Cleveland Heights, 18, Ohio. 

Dec 1, 1957 



TABLE OF COKTEIITS iii 

Page 1 Historical Background 

4 Origin of the Name Dean 

4 Early Dean families in Hew England 

5 Origin of John Dean of Dedham 
9 Chronology 

9 Genealogies Quoted 

10 Other Source References 

10 Abhreviations 

11 K-jjjji'bering System 

11 John Dean in the Town of Dedham 

13 The V/ill of John Dean 

15 Genealogy of Descendants of John Dean 

165 Errata 

167 Index 

215 Appendix I, Other Dean Families in Dedham 



HISTORICMi BACKGROUND 

The Tinrest in England which spurred the flood of emigra- 
tion to the American Colonies in their early days grew OTzt 
of the perennial struggles of the people against the auto- 
cratic power of their rulers. King Henry VIII, 1509-I547 
not satisfied with his temporal power, had defied the 
authority of the Pope over matters of religion in England, 
and proclaimed himself the head of the Church of England. ' 
He used the utmost severity in forcing his authority upon 
the clergy, the bishops and the abheys, 

Edwaxd VI, 1547-1553, followed Henry in his policies 
against all opponents of the concentration of power over 
the clergy in the Crown, and secured the adoption of the 
Forty-Two Articles of the Church of England, setting forth 
its beliefs and manner of operation. 

He was succeeded by Mary I, who proceeded to persecute 
the Protestants, of whom she caused so many to be killed 
that she is recalled to-day as "Bloody Mary." 

After five years, Elizabeth came to the throne (1558- 
1603) • She devoted her attention more to the political and 
economic condition of her realm than to religious matters. 
England made great maritime progress, as witness the many 
voyages of discovery, and wide extension of her sea-borne 
commerce. English sailors, with an assist from a storm at 
sea, disposed of the "Invincible Armada" of Spain. The 
Elizabethan age made Englishmen feel Yerj highly their own 
individual importance, and everyone took personal pride in 
the repulse of the Spaniards and the upholding of the Queen. 
She may have tyrannized over them as a woman, they defended 
her as men. Freedom of thought had brought new political 
ideas, and men talked much of the authority of Parliament, 
and their right to tax themselves through the agency of this 
Parliament. Elizabeth upheld the supremacy of the Crown as 
head of the Church, but tolerated rather than persecuted the 
opposition, although it was during her reign that the Act of. 
1593 was passed, requiring that "all persons above 16 years 
of age, who obstinately refuse to attend divine service at 
some Established Church, should be committed to prison with- 
out bail, until they should conform and make public confess- 
ion of conformity" in terms prescribed by the statute itself. 
It was said that this Act, in its final result, peopled Hew 
England. 

James I, already King of Scotland, and a Presbyterian, 
united two great Protestant realms when he succeeded Eliza- 
beth (1603-1625). Hopes that relief from the iniquities of 
the Act of 1593 would be realized were grievously dashed 
when James himself said "I will make them conform themselves; 

or harry them out of the land, or else do more " There 

was growing in England a more extreme sect of Protestants, 
who objected to the ceremonious forms and the hierarchial 
system of bishops and clergy of the Church of England, and 
refused to believe in having an interpreter between them- 



2 DESCEIIIlMrS OF JOHN DEAN 

selves and their consciences. These came to te called p-ori- 
tans. 

Charles I came to the throne in I625. In 1627 many peo- 
ple of large means refused to pay the "Ship Money Tax", or 
forced loan, of the King, on the constitutional grounds that 
it was not levied with the consent of Parliament. By 1629 
Charles had summoned four Parliaments, and then prorogued 
them, because each had dared to demand redress against the 

King's illegal acts redress against the extortion of gifts 

and forced loans, against arbitrary committment to prison, 
and against the Star Coujrt, which had absolute power, with 
no appeal. For eleven years then, Charles governed without 
a Parliament, taxed his people without representation, and 
confined in the Tower those who questioned his right to do 
these things. The people of England rose in one mighty pro- 
test against such tyranny, and by 1642 civil war was raging. 

Parliament overturned all of Charles' encroachments on 
the law: — his counts. Star Chamber and others, were abol- 
ished; his chief minister was declared a traitor and behead- 
ed. The Puritans in Parliament called a convention to 
settle the religious questions before the nation. This 
"V/estminster Assembly" established the Presbyterian Church, 
The war became one of stern religious fanaticism against 
Cavalier loyalty the middle classes against the aristoc- 
racy and its servitors. Under Cromwell, the Puritans pre- 
vailed, called Charles to court for treason, and sent him to 
the scaffold (1649). England was declared a Republic, and 
its duration is referred to as the Commonwealth. This dream 

was too far advanced for the times the realm broke up into 

endless factions, and finally a majority agreed to reinstate 
the monarchy, and called back Charles II, son of Charles I 
(1660). 

It was in the period 1630-164O, when the people of Eng- 
land despaired of ever obtaining freedom of conscience, when 
the tyranny of the King made the political future of the 
realm look dubious, and during the economic distress which 
followed the relatively prosperous times of the Elizabethan 
Era, that there was a veritable flood of emigration to the 
Colonies. In l634 the Lords Commissioners for the Colonies 
forbade the emigration of "subsidy men" (those of some pro- 
perty, and subject to certain teixes ) without a special li- 
cense, and of all beneath that without evidence of having 
taken the Oath of Allegiance and Supremacy. Lists of the 
passengers on ships going to Hew England were headed by the 
statement --"These parties have brought certificates from 
the Minister and Justices of the Peace of their conformitie 
to ye orders and discipline of ye Church of England. They 
have taken the Oath of Allegiance and Supremacy." Few En- 
glishmen would balk at an oath of allegiance, but many, and 
particularly the Puritans, did balk at declaring the King to 
to be head of the Church, To get to the Colonies, they had 
to make what arrangements they could for their transporta- 
tion, and were particular to leave in England no record of 
their crossing, for to be caught leaving England without 
having taken the Oath meant confiscation of property, or 
worse. Thus it is that there is no documentary evidence of 



HISTORICMi BACKGrBOUHD 3 

the English origin of many of the eajly emigrants to the Am- 
erican Colonies. 

Emigration to Massachusetts was particularly inviting as 
the land granted to the Council for Kew England, the suc- 
cessor to the Plymouth Company, was conferred in absolute 
property, with unlimited powers of legislation and govern- 
ment. "The leading emigrants to Massachusetts were of the 
brotherhood of men who, by force of social consideration, as 
well as of intelligence and resolute patriotism, moulded the 
public opinion and action of England in the first half of 
the seventeenth century. While the larger part stayed at 
home to found, as it proved, the short-lived English repub- 
lic, and to introduce elements into the English constitution 
which had to wait another half-century for their secure re- 
ception, another part devoted themselves at once to the 
erection of free institutions in the distant wilderness." 
(Great Events by Famous Historians, XI l53. ) 

Prom a first start at Salem (after Plymouth), additional 
towns were authorized: — at Charlestown, Boston, Dorchester, 
Watertown and others, doubtless including Dedham, some ten 
miles southwest of Boston. 

A resume of some of the early ordinances gives a picture 
of the times in the Colonies: 

Ministers received £30 a year and a house. 

"Carpenters, bricklayers, sawyers and thatchers should 
not take above two shillings a day, nor should any man give 
more, under pain of ten shillings to taker and giver." 

The wages of common labor were fixed at six pence a day, 
and those of mechanics \sho were employed in building at six- 
teen pence, in addition to "meat and drink," (Charlestown) 

A bounty was offered for the killing of wolves to be paid 
by the owners of domestic animals in proportion to the stock 
they owned, 

A man was ordered to be whipped for fowling on the Sab - 
bath, another for stealing a loaf of bread, 

A man was expelled from the Colony, his property forfeit- 
ed, and his house burned, for the satisfaction of an Indian 
from whom he had stolen a canoe. 

The town of Dedham had its beginning at some time about 
1636, as its Town Records start in that year. There is ex- 
tant in Dedham a house built in that same year (see [8] 
Abigail Dean). The first Town Records quote the Dedham Cov- 
enant, the essentials of which are: 

(1) promise to profess and practice one truth, accord- 
ing to the most perfect rule the foundation of which is 
everlasting love, 

(2) labor to keep us from all contrary minded, 

(3) differences to be decided by two or three referees. 

(4) ---those having lots are to pay "rates" (taxes) as 
shall be imposed upon them ratedly. All subject to orders 
as may be made for (public welfare, etc.) 

The Covenant was signed by 125 ^^'O-* 

King Philip's War, 1675-6. This open warfare with the 
Indians started in the region of Baragansett Bay, but soon 
spread through most of the settled eastern part of Massa- 



4 DESCElIDillTS OF JOHK DEM 

chusetts. The initial advantage was all to the Indians, and 
they overran all of the settlements at some distance out in 
the woods from Boston, destroying most of them, including 
Lancaster, some 35 miles west of Boston. The nearest Indian 
approaches to Boston were the assaults on Medfield (20 miles) 
and Wesraiouth (l8 miles), Dedham, at 10 miles, apparently 
suffered no war damage. The Town Records frequently mention 
tax levies during 1675 and 1676 "for the warr." As the 
Colonists retired on Boston, and as the alarm and terror 
spread, sufficient military force was organized finally to 
give the Indians a sound thrashing, their settlements were 
destroyed, their food supplies seized, and some two thousand 
of them were killed. The popular rage against them was ex- 
cessive. Death or slavery was meted out to any concerned in 
shedding English hlood. An Act was passed in 1722 (note the 
time after the war) offering a hounty of BlOO for the scalp 
of a male Indian over twelve years of age, and one half that 
sum for a woman or child, dead or alive. 

Following the war, the remainders of the trihes drifted 
west and joined the Connecticut River Indians. Thus the 
western frontier fell hack to central Massachusetts, then in 
the following years up the Connecticut River into Hew Hamp- 
shire and Vermont. By I800 settlers were streaming into and 
through New York, to western Pennsylvania and Ohio, ty 185O 
the whole Mississippi valley was filling up and soon even 
the Rockies were no har to the land-hungry people surging 
westward. 

Starting at Dedham, the venturesome young men of the par- 
ticular Dean family which is the suhject of this took spread 
out first to the territory surrounding Boston, later th^y 
went to the frontier in central Massachusetts, then up into 
New Hampshire and Vermont, then to New York state, to Penn- 
sylvania, and Ohio, one populous hranch settling at Rock- 
port (now Rocky River), just west of Cleveland, others moved 
on to Uichigan, Illinois and other midwestern states, then 
to the Mountain states and the Pacific Coast. At the pre- 
sent time the family is spread from Iran to Hawaii. 

ORIGIN OF THE NAME DEAN 

Back in vexj early times it was customary to give a per- 
son only one name. When it was required that each family 
adopt a surname, the meaning was obvious for such names as 
Baker, Carpenter, Smith, etc. As the word "dean" meant a 
valley, the surname "Dean" or any of its variants in spell- 
ing, meant a dweller in the valley. And since most of the 
arahle land was in the valleys, it is natural to find many 
unrelated families of this name. 



EARLY DEAN FAMILIES IN NEW ENGLAND 

Savage's Genealogical Dictionary, which covers the early 
emigrants to the American Colonies, lists eighteen men, or 
families, of the name Dean, Deane, Deen, etc., who came to 
New England, to wit: — 



EARLY DEM FAMILIES IN KE'.V ENGLAIID 5 

(All towns in Mass., except where noted.) 

Daniel, of Concord 

George, of Salem, and son Joseph 

James, of Stonington, Conn., now claimed to "be a eon of 
Walter, of Taunton, (Dean Family Descendants from 
Ezra Dean of Plainfield, Conn. Arthur D. Dean, I903) 

John, of Dedham 

John, of Dover 

John, of Salem 

John, of Taunton, brother of Walter 

John, of Wohurn 

Jonas, of Scituate 

Samuel, of Stamford 

Samuel, of Lancaster 

Stephen, of Plymouth 

Thomas, of Boston 

Thomas, of Charlestown (mariner) 

Walter, of Taunton, "brother of John 

William, of Wo turn 

William, of Boston (l568), later of Dedham 

ORIGIU OF JOHN DEAN OF DEDHAM 

For some of the ahove list, records exist showing that 
they came from some part of England. John of Dedham is not 
so fortunate in this respect, as nothing is definitely known 
of his origin and parentage. He is first mentioned in the 
Dedham Town Records late in 1672, and his hirth is placed 
as approximately 1650, hut where he was born, and to what 
parents, can only be conjectured. 

John Ward Dean, for many years connected with the New 
England Historic Genealogical Society, and himself a des- 
cendant of Thomas Dean, of Boston, wrote a partial genealogy 
of John Dean of Dedham at some time about lo85-90t ^^^ ^® 
has summarized the conjectures as to the origin of John of 
Dedham as follows: (Inserts by the present v/riter.) 

"John and William Dean appear to have gone to Dedham at 
about the same time, but whether they were brothers, or even 
relatives, has not been ascertained. (See page 215) 

"One of John's descendants, [128] Luke, states that he 
had understood his family to be of English descent. Another, 
[219] Uriel has told that it was of Scotch descent, and a 
third, [121] Mark, understands that his ancestors were from 
Denmark. This belief might stem from a family by the name 
of Dane, who later changed the name to Dean. The first tra- 
dition is probably correct. 

"Other traditions in the family indicate a possible con- 
nection with the Taunton Deans, though of what precise re- 
lationship is not known. Too much reliance should not, how- 
ever, be placed upon these traditions. Mr, Jacob Dean, of 
Mansfield, Mass., living in 1847 , remembers being told in 
1802 by Rev Dr. Samuel Dean, of Portland, Me., that he had 
never been able to trace any connection between the Taunton 
family to which they both belonged, and the family at Ded- 
ham, Dr. Dean was born in Dedham, and his statement is 



6 LESCENHAIITS OP JOHE DEM 

entitled to consideration. According to Mjts, Dean, widow of 
[47] Seth Dean, who was living at Wren them in 1846, aged 
ahout 83, the tradition in the Dedham family is that there 
were three trothers who came from England and settled in 
different parts of this country. One settled in Dedham, one 
in Taunton, and one in some part of Connecticut, She has 
the impression that the brother who settled in Connecticut 
was named William, (William did leave Dedham in the early 
days, located for a time in Eohohoth, Mass,, and then went 
to Lehanon, Conn.) She has heard that her husband's father 
[15] Ehenezer (horn I714) said that the Dedham Deans were 
connected with those of Taunton, [62] Balch Dean, of Shrew- 
sbury, who was living in 1846, writes 'This coincides with 
the story I have heard from my ancestors.' He also writes 
'As tradition has it, I have understood that three brothers 
came to this country, but at what time, or what their given 
names were, I never understood. One settled in Dedham, one 

in Taunton or llorton, and one in Connecticut, 1 have 

often heard it said there was a Francis among them, but 
whether he was left in England, or came over here, I never 
knew. My oldest brother now living, was named for him. 
There was a traditionary story that the Deans were possessed 
of a valuable property, the title to which had not become 
obsolete. It strikes me to be a plantation in Jamaica, but 
I am not sure. It was thing often talked upon when I was 
yoTing, but I know nothing further.' [Reg 39-135 and I4I 
show John and Thomas Dean among the early {1638; inhabitants 
of Barbados, and Capt. William Dean as the first Governor 
there. ] 

"There is evidently some error mixed with these tradi- 
tions. It cannot be that John of Dedham was a brother of 
John of Taunton, as it was not the custom to give two bro- 
thers precisely the same Christian name. (Unless the older 
dies before the younger is born. ) The disparity of ages 
between Walter of Taunton and John of Dedham would render it 
improbable that they were brothers. (This interval is some 
30-35 years.) The most plausible conjecture I can form is 
that John of Dedham may have been a son of the younger bro- 
ther of John and Walter, who, according to tradition in the 
Taunton family, settled in Connecticut. This supposition is 
made more plausible by the following circumstance: In I716 
a Uathaniel Dean, of Norwich, Conn., married a wife in Ded- 
ham, by the name of Fisher, who may have been a sister (but 
actually daughter of a second cousin) of the wife of John's 
son Jeremiah. If Nathaniel was a nephew or other relative' 
of John all is plain. He may have visited his uncle or rel- 
ative and there have become acquainted with his future wife. 
Unless there was a conr.ection, what led him to Dedham?" 
Although this relationship is possible, it seems quite im- 
probable that in the above time interval a younger brother 

would be born, grow up, emigrate to Connecticut, get married 
and become the father of John of Dedham. 

Whether or not there was an early connection between the 
Dedham and Taunton Deans, such a connection was established 
in 1921 by the marriage of [2100] Ethel May I5eSi, a lineal 
descendant of John of Dedham to Seth Blake Dean, a lineal 
descendant of Walter of Taunton. 



ORIGIN OF JOHN DEAU OF DEDHAM „ 

[587] Seneca Dean, toxn in 1816, writing his recollect- 
ions of family history at the age of 83, states "The first 
of the name who came to this country were three brothers who 
came from Yorkshire, England. One settled in Dedham, Mass, 
one in or near Concord N.H. , and the other in New York, * 
near Albany." At the time this reported emigration took 
place, we might question whether there was much "near Albany" 

to attract a settler, but here again the three brothers. 

Seneca's mention of Concord gives a slight tinkle on the 
bell — perhaps Daniel of Concord, but in Mass., was the fa- 
ther of John of Dedham, and perhaps Seneca's father, Daniel, 
of petersham, Mass., was named after him. 

Nowhere in the traditions above related is there a 
trace of the one which came down to the present writer in a 
letter written by [983] Cecil Deane, in which he states: 
"At a time shortly after the Civil War I was searching among 
some old documents in the Colonial Society of Virginia — at 
Bichmond--when I found a yellow parchment on which was en- 
grossed in long primer letters a fac-simile of the trial and 
death warrant of Charles I of England, and on the margin 
appeared the names of the members of Parliament who signed 
the warrant, and among them (each attested by his seal) was 
the name of Ri Deane. It impressed itself more fully be- 
cause I remember my Grandfather Deane stating that his fore- 
father was a member of the Long Parliament, and at the time 
of the Restoration he escaped to the colony of Massachusetts 
and became a member of the Plymouth colony." 

It did not require much research to find that the Ri 
Deane above referred to was a Major General and Admiral 
under Cromwell, a member of the Long Parliament, and a mem- 
her of the Commission appointed from that Parliament to 
bring to trial for treason King Charles I, Truly, he would 
"be a magnificent ancestor of whom to boast, but any thought 
that John Dean of Dedham might be a son, or even a grandson, 
of Richard was laid in the dust by one look at the genealogy 
of the said Richard, for his two children were girls, and 
neither one of them married a Dean. 

However, while studying the records of "Ri" Deane in a 
library in Richmond, your scribe did note in passing that 
there was a John Dean in the Long Parliament, not a General, 
nor an Admiral, perhaps just an ordinary citizen doing his 
duty as he saw it_, and if he were of middle age in 1649, 
when he was noted as being in Parliament, he could possibly 
have been the father of John of Dedham, and perhaps of two 
other boys required to fill out the "three brother" legend. 
An interesting question for future study] 



CHROKOLOGY 

In the intJodTiction "by its putlishers, it is stated in 
the book of Dedham Vital Records: "In changing dates in 
this volume prior to Sept. 2, 1752, to correspond to the new 
style (Gregorian calendar, as distinguished from the old 
style, Julian calendar) "it will he necessary to add ten 
days to the date given for all dates on or hefore Feb. 29, 
1700, and eleven days for all dates on and after March 1 of 
that year, 

"Prior to the adoption of the Gregorian calendar, the 
year had different days of beginning, in Great Britain and 
the Colonies--the civil, ecclesiastical or legal year began 
with March 25th, and the historical year with Jan. 1. 

"Here the common practice is followed of double dating, 
that is, of giving two years for dates between January 1 
and March 25, — for example, February 10, 1721-22, meaning 
February 10 of the year 1722 which began with January 1, 
and February 10 of the year 172I beginning with the pre- 
vious March 25. Double dating continues till Sept 2, 1752, 
when the Hew Style was adopted by Parliament." 

In the earliest years reported in the Dedham Records, 
dates were stated as, for example ,- -"the 10th (day) of the 
3rd (month)", meaning June 10th, In this book, all such 
dates are expressed in terms of the later calendar designa- 
tions. 



GMEllOGIES QUOTED 

The AMIDOU Family--F. E. Best, I904 

BACOl Genealogy — Michael Bacon of Dedham, 164O.--T, W, Bald- 
win, 1915 
BUXLARD and Allied Families— E. J, Bullard, 1930 
The COLBURF Family of Y/est Dedham — Dedham Register, V-56 
History and Genealogy of the COIIAUT Family — F. 0. Conant , 

1887 
Descendants of WILLIAM CURTIS of Roxbury— S, C, Clark, l859 
The DOOLITTLE Family in America — W. F, Doolittle, I9IO-4O 
History of the EATOK Families— U, Z, R, Molyneux, I9II 
Descendants of RICHARD EVERETT of Dedham— E, F, Everett, 1902 
The FAIRBANKS Family in America— L, S. Fairbanks, I897 
History of the FAXON Family — G, L, Faxon, I880 
The FISHER Genealogy--P, A. Fisher, 1898 
The FULLER Family — Dedham Register, V-08 
Genealogy of the Family of GAMALIEL GEROULD — S. A, Gerould, 

1885 
Genealogy and History of GUILD, GUILE, and GILE Families- 
Charles Burleigh, 1887 
Descendants of GEORGE HOLMES of Roxbury— G, A. Gray, 1908 
HOWE Genealogy, Part I— D. W, Howe, 1929 
The HOUGHTON Genealogy— J, W, Houghton, 1912 
Genealogical Record of HENRY LELAND— Sherman Leland, I850 
The LEWIS Family — Dedham Register 

MORSE Genealogy — J. H, Morse and E. W. Leavitt, I903 
Genealogical Record of NOYES Descendants — H, and H. E. Noyes, 
1904 



10 DESCEKDMTS OF JOHN DEAU 

PSCKEIM Genealogy— S.F, & B, J, PecMiam, not dated 

PETTniGELL Genealogy— J. M. Pettingell. IPOb 

The SMTH Pamily--Dedhain Register, Apr 1097 P 15o 

History of the STASH Family— B, P. Starr, 1879 

ISAAC STEABKS and His Descendants--A. S. Van Wagenen, I90I 

SB'IOI STOITE Genealogy--J, G. Bartlett, 1926 

ITATHAIIEL WHITIHG of Dedham— T. S. Lazell, 1902 

THOliAS WIGHT and His Descendants— W. W. Wight, 1890 



OTHER SOURCE EEPERENCES 

AHD [1802] Alfred H. Dean, Boston, Mass, 

AHW History of Shrewshury, Mass., Andrew H. Ward, 1847 

C&W History of Francestown, N.H. , Rev. W. R. Cochrane and 

George K, Wood, 1895 
CKT [12705] Cassie K. Turner, Portland, Me. 
DC Dedham Church Records 
DP Dedham Vital Records 
PJJ2 " " " later series, "births , marriages, 

deaths 
D Reg Register, Dedham Historical Society 
PB Family Bible of 

FRD [1472] Faxon R. Dean, Arcade, H.Y. 

PS Genealogical History of Dover (Mass.) Prank Smith, 1917 
PWG Historical Record of Jeremiah Dean Family — P. W. Gour- 

lay, Athol, Mass., 1913 
GSR Gravestone Record 

HHS History of Charlestown, N.H. , H. H. Saunderson, 1876 
HMD [1602] Henry Martyn Dean, Hyde Park, Boston 
JET History of Framingham, Mass., J. H. Temple, 1887 
JWD John Ward Dean, mms copy Genealogy of John and William 

Dean, 1885-90, KEHGS Library 
MDC [986a] Marion Deane Cooper, compiler of this hook 
MSSRW Massachusetts Soldiers and Sailors in the Revolution- 
ary War 
HSR Massachusetts State Records, State House, Boston 
MVIC [663el] Merle (Van Lew) Corey, Mrs. Walter, Hastings,/ 
KR Probate Records, Norfolk County, Dedham, Mass. Hebr. 

— R Vital Records of (town) Boston 

Reg Register, New England Historic Genealogical Society,/ 

SJ History of Hadley, Mass., Sylvester Judd, 1863 

SR Probate Records, Suffolk County, Boston 

WDK [18712] W. D. Kelley, mms copy Genealogy of [77] Samuel 

Dean, 192O-25 
WLW [66lal] William L. Woodward, Marshalltown, la. 

ABBREVIATIONS 

Adm, Admr Administration-tor. i m published intent to marry 

d died i ch joined the church. 

dau daughter of m married 

Dea Deacon m-1, m-2 first, second marri-/ 

d y died young Jem removed to age 

GC Member of General Coujrt res resided in 

Gen Genealogy s son of 

gdsn grandson wdr widower 

gdau granddaughter wdw widow 

h husband wf wife 



11 

BTMBERIIfG SYSTEM 

In this book, each person of name Dean is given a per- 
sonal number. For the head of a family, the niimher is 
placed at the center, above the description of the family. 
The number of the generation is given as a superscript above 
the name of the father, and likewise above the name of the 
first child. The personal numbers of the children are pla- 
ced at the left, and an asterisk (*) preceding the number 
indicates that the person is the head of a family listed 
later, in the next generation. For such, only the birth date 
and the name of the wife are given, more detailed data are 
included with the later listing as head of a family. The 
families of the Dean girls are placed with their first list- 
ing, alternate letters and numbers being used to indicate 
the successive generations. 

The index at the end of the book gives the personal num- 
ber in preference to a page number, as being a quicker ref- 
erence to the desired person. For convenience in locating 
a given personal number in the body of the text, the page 
numbers are followed by two numbers: the first is the num- 
ber of the father of the family with which the page starts, 
-2, -3 for second page, third page, etc, of this fam- 
ily; and the next number is that of the child of this father 
represented by the first entry on the page« 

In the context, a personal number preceding a name is the 
number assigned in this genealogy, one following a name is 
quoted from some other genealogy referring to the name. 

JOHN DEM IS THE TOM OF DEDHAM 

John Dean is first mentioned in the Town Records of Ded- 

ham on Dec 3, 1672 "The yonge men be called that care 

might be taken for their settlement according to law: 

John Dean is allowed to soiourn with John Gay " 

1675 Asked for and received 1 I/2 acre of swamp meadow. 
1677 Granted timber to make a cider press. 
1661 Received 10 shillings bounty for "kiling a woulfe,". 
Appointed one of two to "inspect Boyes guilty of 
miscarriage of conduct in church and in case they are found 
ref rectory to bring them before the selectmen," 

Granted timber for frame and boards for a house, 
(New house, perhaps, had three children at the 
time.) 
1682 Appointed one of the Fence Viewers, Granted 2s 9d 
for "killing hawkes and blakbirds," 

1685 One of two appointed to "yoake and ring" hogs not 
within fence. (To prevent them from rooting out crops.) 

Chosen as Constable. (Principal duty apparently the 
collection of "rates", or taxes, levied by the Selectmen.) 

1686 Again appointed to yoke and ring hogs, 

1694 One of four to complete "running the line" between 
Dedham and llatick, , .. 

1698 One of two who ran the line between the town and the 

land of Amos Fisher. ±. 

1699 One of a "Commite of three to goe to the Leu" Gou- 



12 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEM 

erner & to Indevottr the full Settlement of the llatick lines," 

Reported survey of 3400 acres of land to "be "layed 
out hy lot" for puhlic drawing. 

1700 One of four to "find our Westerly bounds on the Uorth 
side of the Charles River and to agree with the Indians if 
they can upon reasonable termes," In I702 he received 
b3-1-6 for work on this project. 

From here to 1708 the name of John Dean appears frequent- 
ly as Surveyor, Constable, etc., and one payemnt for his 
work as Surveyor is recorded in May I728, the spring follow- 
ing his death. 

Judging from the descriptions of land appearing in con- 
temporary deeds, it would appear that this surveying was in 
the nature of "viewing and reporting," rather than laying 
out with compass and chain. 

John made a deposition in I685 in which he states his age 
as 35 ([12705] Cassie Z. Turnerl thus establishing the date 
of his birth as 1649 or 1650. 

"John Dean, carpenter, and Jeremiah Dean, husbandman," 
were appointed as administrators of the estate of [5] Joseph 
Dean. This reference, the cider press above referred to, 
and his disposal by will of "carpentry and husbandry" tools, 
definitely establishes him as a carpenter, as well as a 
farmer. 

The maiden name of John's wife, Sarah, has not been es- 
tablished. There is an tmconfirmed supposition that she was 
Sarah Farrington (born Mar 7, 1652 DR 5) based on propin- 
quity of residence in Dedham, However, a search of the pro- 
bate records of the parents of all the Sarahs born in Dedham 
from 1639 "to 1663 shows for each case some one of the fol- 
lowing negative results: (l) no probate record, (2) no list 
of heirs, (3) no mention of a daughter Sarah, or (4) marri- 
age to some other than a Dean, 

We cannot resist the temptation to quote two items from 
the Dedham Town Records: 

Aug 23, 1733 "By order of ye Select-men ye wife of Jarviss 
Pike went home to her Husband again, " 

Mar 27, 1746 "Born to Samuel and Mary Onion, a daughter 
Olive," It seems that even Nature smiled upon the Town — 
that an onion could bring forth an olive. 



13 

THE WILL OP JOHK DEAII 

In the name of God, Amen 

Dedham Septemter the 30, 172? I John Dean of the Town of 
Dedham of the Cotmty of Suffolk within His Majesties Pro- 
vince of thfi Massachnsets Bay in New England Yoeman Having 
heen Some time thinking of Setling my Estate and heing now 
Weak and infirm of Body But of a disposing mind am come to 
a full determination to doe it as is hereafter expresed 
therefore doe make & Ordain this my Last Will and Testament 
That is to say Principally & First of all I Give my Soul in- 
to the Hands of God that Gave it Hoping for Salvation 
through the Merits of my Saviour Jesus Christ and my Body I 
Eecommend to the Earth to he Buried in Decent manner att the 
descresshion of my Executors Beleving it Shall he Raised 
again at the General Resurection by the Mighty Power of God — 
And as Touching such wordly Estate wherewith it hath pleas- 
ed God to Bless me in this Life I Give demise and dispose of 
the same in following manner and form. 

That is to say I Will and Ordaine that my Just Debts & Fun- 
eral Charges be duly & Timely paied out of my Estate 
Imprimus I Give and Bequeath to my Son John Dean toe what he 
hath already had one Fifth part of all my stock and House- 
hold Stuff (not otherwais particularly disposed of) to Him 
and His Heirs for ever. 

Item I Give and Bequeath to to my Son Ebenezer Dean toe what 
he hath already had one Fifth part of all my Stock and 
Household Stuff (not otherwais perticularly disposed of) to 
Him and his Heirs forever. 

Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Sary Harden one 
fifth part of all my Stock and household Stuff (to what shee 
hath already had) not otherwise perticularly disposed of to 
her & her Heirs or Representitive forever. 
Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Elizabeth Macknab 
toe what She hath already had one fifth part of all my Stock 
& Household Stuff (not otherwise perticularly disposed of) 
to her & her Heirs or Representitive forever. 
Item I Give and Bequeath to my Daughter Abigail Fairbanks 
toe what She hath already had one fifth part of all my Stock 
& Household Stuff (not otherwies perticularly disposed of) 
to her her Heirs or Representitive forever. 

Item I Give & Bequeath to my Gran daughter Sary Dean Daughter 
of Joseph Dean upon Condition that She Lives with me as' long 
as I live) my Iron Pot and Citle & a pare of Sheets My bed 
in the Chamber & my Fryingpan. 

Item I Give & Bequeath to my Son Jeremiah Dean (In Consid- 
ering that he has lived with me & been helpfull toe me & 
done for me for this Severall Years & what he may still doe 
for me) to Him And his Heirs forever my Housen my hom Lots 
on both Sides the way with all the Rights Profits Priviliges 
and Apurtenances thereuntoe belonging. And further I Give 
& Bequeath to him my Carpenter & Husbandry Tooles & Utensils 
& my part in the Oxen & Medow att Purgitory 
And I Doe Make Constitute And Ordain My Two Sons John and 
Jeremiah to be the Executors of this my Last Will & Testa- 
ment & 1 Doe hereby utterly disalow Revoke & Disanull all 
and eYeij other & all other Wills Testaments & Bequests 
Legacies & Executors by me any otherwaies before named. 



14 DESCMDMTS OP JOHH DEAII 

Ratifying & Confirming this and noe other to be my last will 

& Testament, 

And. now to all you My Children I Doe In the Name of God and 

with the Compasshion & Authority of a father Exhort & Charge 

you that you be contented & satisfied with this my disposall 

& cary it one towards another with the affections & cores- 

pondence of Christians & Brethren & Sisters & Live in Love 

and Peace & the God of Love & Peace shall be with you. 

I Recomend you to God & the word of his Grace which is able 

to Build you up & give you an Inheritance amongst them that 

are Sanctified Amen 



Signed, Sealed, & Pronounced, 

Published, & Declared by the /• ^ ---rfi"'* 

said John Dean, as his Last Will '^'^^Av^-fv ^ ' 

& Testament, in ye presence of 

us. the Subscribers- 




m 







Desember 4, I727 

The said John Dean Did in Addition to his will Declare be- 
fore these witnesses that Whereas he had don considerably 
for his son Joseph Deceased in assisting him in ptirchasing 
and building and other ways that his will further was that 
the Children of his said Son Joseph should have Six pounds 
to be paid to them equally divided Amongst them by my son 
Jeremiah out of what I have given him. 






15 

aEKEAlOGY 



1 1 

1 2 

JOHN DEAU, carpenter and husTDandman, was torn about 1650, 
the place of "birtli and his parentage "being tm- 

Imown. He married SARAH . date of marriage unknown, 

although prohably in I675 or I676. John and Sarah joined 
the First Church of Dedham, Mass., on May 29_, VJZS (DC 80) 
Sarah died May 20, I727 (DE 52) and John aied Dec 13, 1727 
(DR 55)* They had seven children, all of whom, exception- 
ally for those times, grew to maturity. These children 
were all horn in Dedham. 

*2 John2 h Apr 25, 1677 (DR I4) 
m Hannah Savil (WRC, JWD) 

3 Sarah b Dec 13, I678 (DR 16) j ch Sept 22, 1728 (DC 80) 

d after Sept I727. m Harden (SR 26-90) Mo record 

of marriage or children in Dedham. 

*4 Ebenezer b May I7, 168I (DR 18) 

m-1 Mary White Uov 25, I706 (DR J>S) 
m-2 Judith lewis [3] (Lewis Gen) 

*5 Joseph b Mar I4, 1683 (DR 18) 

m-1 Mary Faxon May 7, 17 07, at Braintree (Br R) 
m-2 Prudence Saunders May 25, I72I at Boston {JWD) 

*6 Jeremiah b Mar 24, I684-5 (DR 21) 

m Mary Fisher [31] Jan 26, I7II (DR 36) 

7 Elizabeth b Oct 13, 1689 (DR 23) d before Sept I727 

Mentioned as Elizabeth Macknab in her father's will 
(SR 26-90) m Dec I7 , I718 John Macnab (DR 43) who was 
b Oct 23, 1678 s James and Sarah Macnab (DR I6) 
a Mary Macnab b Dedham Oct 5, 1722 (DR 48) d Dedham 

Apr 12, 1756 m [32] Joshua Dean s [5] Jeremiah Dean 

Feb 13, 1745-6 (DR 74) 
b Sarah Macnab b Dedham Jan 4, 1724 (DR 51) m Mar 19, 

1752 Seth Fuller, husbandman, of Dedham (DR 83) 
c Abigail b May 2, I727 (DR 53) ^mmd in 1760 

8 Abigail b June 12, I694 (DR 26) m at Dedham May 3, I716 

Joseph Fairbanks [20] (DR 37) Her father's will mentions 
"daughter Abigail Fairbanks." (SR 26-90) Joseph was a 
great-grandson of Jonathan Fairbanks, who, in 1636, 
built the "Fairbanks House" in Dedham, which was owned 
and occupied by eight successive generations of that fam- 
ily, and which stands to this day, now used as a museum 
of early Americana. In this house Joseph and Abigail 
raised their family of eight children: 
a Joseph Fairbanks b 171? 
b John " b 1718 
c Abigail " b I72I d I798 not m 
d Israel " b 1723 
e Sarah " b 172b d 1749 not m 



l6 DESCENDANTS OP JOHN DEM 

1-2 1-2 

8 f Samuel Fairtanks "b I728 

g Ebenezej " "b 1732 

h Benjamin " l3 1737 
The six "boys of this family all married and raised large 
families. The Fairbanks Genealogy lists over 900 des- 
cendants of Joseph and Abigail Fairbanks. On later 
pages of the present book will be found eight marriages 
between members of the Dean and Fairbanks families. 

SECOND GENERATION 



JOHN^ DEAN II. husbandman, b Dedham Apr 25, I677 (DR I4) 

s [1] John and Sarah Dean of Dedham. Chosen 
one of the first Deacons of the South Parish Church, July 18, 
1736 (DC 143) the year in which this church was gathered. 
"Deacon John Dean died Mar 28, 1770, aged 93 years, lacking 
a month." (DC I66) He married Dec 23, I703 HANNAH SAVTL , of 
Braintree {JWD,C&W) dau Deacon Benjamin and lydia (Barnes) 
Savil (Reg 59-155) who d May 27, 1766, aged about 90 (DC I66) 
The name of [2] John Dean appears frequently in the Dedham 
Town Records, referring to him as Surveyor and Constable. 

Children, all born in Dedham: 

9 Hannah3 b June 8, I705 (DR 32) m Ephriam Amidon [14] of 
Oxford, Mass., Mar 10, 1735-6 (DR 62) Following the 
death of Hannah, Ephriam m-2 Hannah Smith Feb 24, 1743 
by whom he had nine children, Noah, Hannah, Abigail, 
Philip, Ephriam, Dorcas, Hepsibah, Mehitable, and Mer- 
ibah. 

Children of Ephriam and Hannah (Dean) Amidon: (Amidon 
a John Amidon b Nov 25, 1736 probably d y Gen) 
b Zeziah Amidon b Apr 4, 1739 m-1 ^771 John Allen of 

Oxford; one child, John d 178O. She m-2 Jonathan 

Bixby of Oxford in 1793 

10 Lydia b June 9, I707 (DR 35) J ch Dec 4, 1737 (1X3 I43) 
d Jan 17, 1706 (DC 191) unmd in 1766, date of her 
father's will (SR 69-I73) 

John b Mar 9, I708-9 (DR 35) d Apr 3, 1709 (M 37) 

*11 John b Jan 30, 1709-(10?) (DR 38) 

m Hannah Fuller Sept 8, I74I (DR 70) 

Benjamin b July 31, 1714 (DR 4I) ^ Sept 11, 1714 (DR 40) 

12 Rebekah b Feb 29, 1715- (I6?) (M 42) d Mar 17 , 1756 
m Capt. John Stearns Aug 11,1737 (DR 65) who was b 
July 22, 1712 s Samuel and Phoebe Stearns of Lexington 
d Aug 15, 1792 John m-2 I756 wdw Molley (Mary) (Corey) 
Pettee who d Nov 16, 1795 He rem to Attleboro in I740, 
where he was Town Treas. , member GC 1775-6 (Stearns 
a Rebekah Stearns b Dedham Nov 18, 1737 Gen.) 
m Jeames Daggett of Rehoboth (int) Oct 1, 1757 



DESCEHDMTS OF JOHN DEAN ly 

A 2—2 2—2 

12 t Phete^ Stearns "b Dedham Fet 25, 1739 IP 

m John Bradford June 10, 1761' 
c Ruth Stearns b Dedham Uov 13, I74O 

m Samuel Slack (int) Oct 18, 1765 
d Hannah Stearns h Dedham May 25, 1743 ^ y 
e Mary Stearns h July 29, I745 
f Samuel Stearns h Attlehoro Oct 14, 1747 
g Lydia Stearns t " Oct 3, 1749 d Att. Fet 22, 
h Joseph Stearns h " Oct 7, I751 I822 

m Rhoda Tingley (int) Sept 13, 1774 

1 Lucy Stearns h Oct 1 1775 

2 John " h Mar 18, I777 

3 James " "b Aug 5, I779 

4 Phehe " t Oct 10, I781 

i John Stearns h Attleboro Sept 27, I753 

m Rachel Day (int) Sept 24, I775 (?) 
j Isaac Stearns b Attlehoro Jan 7 I756 d Oct 5, I756 
k Hannah Stearns h " Apr 16, I760 
1 Job Stearns b " Dec 10, 17?7 d Att. Feb 17 , 

k 1761 

•^13 Benjamin b July 17 , I717 (DR 42) 

m Mary Withington of Stoughton Jan 26, I749 (DR 248) 

14 Abigail b Apr 31 (13?) 1719 (DR 46) m-1 in Dedham 

Hot 17, 1737 (DR 65) Capt. William Bacon, Jr., who was 
b Dedham Jxine 24, 17l6 s William and Sarah (Aldis) 
Bacon, d May 21, I76I. Abigail m-2 Oct 20, I763 George 
Talbot of Stoughton who d May 24, I772 Abigail d 
Oct 5, 1786 William was Capt. in Col Gridley's Regt. , 
was on the Crown Point expedition in Oct 175° (Bacon 
a Abigail Bacon b I738 m Ebenezer Everett, Jr. Gen.) 
b William b Dedham I74I m I763 Kezia Gould of Stoughton 
who d 1828 William was a Rev, Soldier, Ch b Walpole : 
1 William Bacon b I764 m-1 I789 Sarah Lewis who d 
1811 m-2 1812 Lucy Boyden who d 1842 He d 1847 
Rev. soldier, 
e Lewis Bacon b 1789 

b Sophia Bacon b 1791 m Pitt Smith 1813 
c Willard Bacon b I794 m 1816 Eliza Clapp 
Children, b Walpole: 

1 Angeline Bacon b 1818 d 1830 

2 Cynthia Clapp Bacon b 182I m 1855 Willard 

Keith 

a Willard Henry Keith b 1857 d 1857 

b Hannah Keith b 1858 m Charles W. Collins 

1 Clara Willard Collins b 188A 

2 Everett Bacon Collins b 1888 
c Clara F. Keith b 1861 d 1873 

d Mary A. Keith b 1864 d I865 

3 Charles Willard Bacon b 1827 m-1 1851 

Abigail T. Keith d 1865 m-2 Caroline Bond 

Keith 

a Eliza Clapp Bacon b 1852 d I869 

b Abigail Thayer Bacon b 1854 ™ 1903 

Dr. Waldo Hodges Stone 
c Pardon Keith Bacon b 1857 m I897 Emma 

Howland Romaine 
d Sarah Snell Bacon b 1864 d 1865 



18 DESCENDMTS OF JOHN DEM 

2-3 2-3 

14 l3 1 d William Bacon t 1795 m 1818 Orra Ellis 

1 Ellis Bacon b 1820 m 1842 Martha Shepard 

a Herbert Ellis Bacon b 1842 

2 Harriet Sophia Bacon b l822 d 1824 

3 Lewis Bacon b I824 m Lydia E. Skinner 

a Orra Frances Bacon 
b Jesse Keturah Bacon 

4 Prances Maria 

e Metcalf Bacon b 1795 

f Dean Bacon m l835 Sybil C. Smith 

1 Emily Melissa Bacon b I838 

2 Charles Dean Bacon b 184O m I861 Mary A. 

Allison 

3 Warren Smith Bacon b 1842 m 1861 Mary E. 

Morse 

4 Hewton Wesley Bacon b 1844 

5 John Herbert Bacon b 1847 m 1867 Luella M. 

Da It on 
g Sally Bacon 
h Lydia Bacon 
i Charlotte Bacon 

2 Cynthia Bacon b 1765 d I792 

3 Daniel Bacon b 1767 

4 Mary Bacon b I777 d 1854 

5 Hannah Bacon b I772 d I780 

5 Betsey Bacon b I776 m 1797 Jonathan Colburn, 

7 Abigail Bacon b I778 d I765 

8 Sally Bacon b I783 d 1810 

c John Bacon b 1743 m I762 Lydia Stanford He d Hatick 
1764, she d 17b6 
1 Betty Bacon b I763 d 1764 
d Sarah Bacon b 1745 
e Daniel Bacon b I748 d I750 
f Hannah Bacon b I751 d I777 

g Anna Bacon b 1753 m 1774 Wm, Kendall of Walpole 
h Mercy Bacon b 175^ 

i Abner Bacon b I758 m 1779 E"''® Lewis dau Jonathan and 
Abigail (Everett) Lewis b I756 Rem Eoyalston 
1 Abner Bacon b Dedham I781 m 1808 in Oneida Co., 
K.Y. , Martha Blackman, d 1853 He d i860 
Children b Sauquoit, K.Y. : 
a Martha Maryette Bacon b 1809 m Ambrose Zelsey 

1 Ambrose Parsons Kelsey b 1832 m Ellen V. 

Goodnow 

2 Charles Kelsey b 1836 m i860 Almira M. Ide 

a Lillian May Kelsey n 1861 d 1864 
b Charles Howard Kelsey b 1863 m 190O 

Elizabeth P. Warner 
c Agnes Mira Kelsey b 1867 m 1887 William 
S. Hill 

b Miranda Bacon b I8IO 

c Abner Bartlett Bacon b l8l2 

d Sarah Jane Bacon b 1814 

e John Dean Bacon b 1816 

f Catharine Bacon b 1819 

g George Plumb Bacon b 182I m Elizabeth M. Colles 

h Prances C. Bacon b 1824 



DESCENDAIITS OF JOHN DEAN 



19 



2-4 2-4 

14 

14 i 1 i BeWitt Clinton Bacon t 1825 m 1856 
Louise Knight 

1 Louise Knight Bacon h l857 

2 Fannie Bacon h 1859 d l8b5 

5 Jane Miranda Bacon h 1861 d 1891 

4 DeWitt Clinton Bacon 
i 5 William Abner Bacon 

J Judith Bacon h I76I 



EBENEZER^ DEAN, caxpentex , h Dedham May I7, 168I (DR 18) . ^U 
s [1] John and Sarah Dean d Oct 30, 1765, n^U'* \ 
aged 86 years (DR I03) m-1 Hoy 25, I706 MARY WHITE (DR 36) ' 
who d Jan 19, I7II-2 (DR 37). There is no record of chil- 
dren hy this marriage, m-2 JUDITH LEWIS [3] dau Barachiah 
and Judith (Whiting) Lewis who was t July 6, l593 (DR 25) 
and d Eeh 2, I787 (Lewis Gen) 

Children of Ehenezer and Judith, all horn in Dedham: 

*15 Ebenezer 11^ h May 31, I714 (DR 4I ) 

m Hannah Morse of Walpole Jan 12, 1737-8 (DR 66) 

16 Judith h June 6, I716 (DR 42) d Sept 5 1758 (Reg I4- 
215) m Aug 12. 1735 Eleazer Everett (DR 62) s John 
and Mercy (Brown) Everett h Aug 10, I712 d Jan 28, 
1786 (Everett Gen) Eleazer m-2 Nov 29, 1759 Mrs. 
Bethiah (Lewis) Morse wdw Ezra Morse, Jr. 
Children of Judith and Eleazer, all h in Dedham: 
e Mehitahle Everett h May 19, 1736 d Jan 30. 1738-9 
h Judith Everett h June 18, I738 d Dec 4, 1818 

m Sept 16, 1762 Joseph Wight Rem Rutland, Yt.,17o3, 

thence to llorwich, Mass. 
e Eleazer Everett h July 12, I74O d June 22, 1759 

at Port Cumberland, U.S. 
d Mehitable Everett b Sept 28, I742 d Dec 29, 17o0 
e Lois Everett b Mar 17, 1744-5 m Dec 3, 1772 Jesse 

Smith of Stoughton 
f ITathaniel Everett b July I9, 1747 ^ Oc* 14, lo02 

m at Stoughton May 9, 1775 Rhoda Smith dau Joseph 

and Experience Smith b May 19, 1755 d Oct 8, 103d 

at Northampton, Ms^s. He was a Rev. soldier. 

1 Uathaniel Everett b Jan 31, 1776 d Feb 6, 177° 

2 Nathaniel Everett b Mar 21, 1777 m-1 ^^ 25, loOO 

Eliza Jones Rupp who d Apr 21, I818 (Buried m 
tomb 66 on Boston Common) m-2 June 16, lolo 
Elizabeth Hodgkins d Nov 6, 1826 

3 David Everett b Oct 29, 1778 d Jan I804 at Grand 

Isle, Yt. , Q 

4 Chloe Everett b June 25, 1780 d Oct 3, loOl 

5 Oliver Everett b Mar 21, 1782 Res Norwich rem 

Sackett's Harbor, K.Y. . 

6 Jesse Everett b Apr 19, 1789, farmer, of Norwich 

rem 1805 to Steuben Co., N.Y. 



20 DESCMDAUTS OP JOHN DEM 

4-2 4-2 

l6 f 7 Melatiah Everett b Apr 26, 1786 at Stoughton 

d July 1, 1848 at Brechsville, 0. m Hov 10, l8o3 

Phineas l^st t Aug 29, 1773 d Dec 30, I848 

Rem Northampton, Mass., to Brechsville, 0., l835 

B Chloe Rust b Nov 22, 1804 d Aug 27, 186I 

b Laura M. Rust b Aug 31. 1806 d Jan 25, 1872 

c Edward Rust Id Aug 1, I808 d Apr 10, I884 

d Julia Rust b Mar 16, I81I d Sept I5, 1813 

e George Rust b Dec 22, 1813 

f Julia Miranda Rust b Nov 25, 1815 d May 11, 1853 

g Phineas Bartlett Rust b Feb 2, I818 d I899 

h Israel Chester Rust b Dec 30, I825 

8 Rhoda Everett b May I9, 1789 d Heart Prairie, Wis., 

m Sept 9. 1814 at Northampton Benoni Bartlett 

9 Abigail Everett b Nov I4, 1791 d ITorthampton 

m Mar 10, 1811 Zenas Joy b Plainfield, Mass. 
d Apr 19, 1872 at Northampton, Mass, 

10 Eleazer Everett b Aug I7 , I794 d Sept 15, I794 

11 Experience Everett b Feb 3, I798 m-1 May 30, I816 

Jared Wright m-2 Rude rem Norwich, Conn. 

g Melatiah Everett b Jan 22, 1749-50 d 1825 m Apr 13, 
1779 Eliphalet Fales of Dedham s Eliphalet and 
Abigail (Everett) Pales b Uov 3, I743 d Dec I8, 1825 

h Sarah Everett b Aug 5, I752 

i Capt. Abel Everett farmer, of Dedham b Feb 18, I756-7 
d Dedham Apr 2, 1513 m-1 Sept 1, I779 Mary Smith dau 
Joseph and Experience Smith b June 23, 17dO d Mar I7 , 
1801 m-2 July 21, 180I Abigail Guild dau John and 
Thankful (Harrington) Guild 

1 Hannah Everett b July 6, I780 d Apr 15, 1868 m-1 

Feb 18, 1811 Ebenezer Jackson of Eaton, N.H. , 
m-2 Apr 16, I818 Samuel Fairbanks m-3 July 11, 
1833 Capt, Benjamin Bishop of Sharon. 

2 Molly Everett bapt Nov 17 , 178l d Nov 24, I781 

3 Abel Everett bapt May I8, 1783 d July 24, I783 

4 Hitty Everett b Mar 13, I785 m Joel Ellis 

5 Mary Everett b Feb 13, 1707 m Arnold of 

Cumberland, R.I. 

6 Lucy Everett bapt June 21, I789 d Feb 20, I791 

7 Lucy Everett b July 29, I79I m June 3, I8II at 

Dedham David Littlefield of Hopkinton, Mass. 

8 Lavina Everett b Jan 20, I794 d June 3 1825 

m William Hooper b 1794 d Sept 3, 1820 Mission- 
ary to the Choctaw Indians. 

9 Julia Everett bapt Sept 11, 1796 m Ira Bowker of 

Uilford 
10 Abel Everett b Apr 12, l802 at Dedham d Apr I4, 

1882 at Canton, Mass. m Nov 28, 1824 Thankful W. 

Shepard dau Oliver Shepard Res Canton, Stoughton 

Eind N. Andover, Mass 

a Ann Elizabeth Everett b July 28, 1825 d Aug 11/ 

b Eliza Jane Everett b Apr 8, 1827 I825 

c Dr. James Bradley Everett b Aug 16, I828 at 
Canton m Jan 1, 1862 at Wilkinsville, Mass., 
Caroline G. Newton dau William and Phoebe D. 
Newton b June 24, l830- at Providence, R.I. 
James graduated as M.D, at Dartmouth, prac- 
ticed at Dedham and Falmouth till I87I, thence 



DESCMDMTS OF JOHN DEAH 21 

4-3 4-3 

16 i 10 c to Everett, Mass l6 

1 Dr. Oliver Austin Everett b Dec 15, l862 

at Falmouth m Charlotte M. Taylor of Boston 
Grad as M.D. at Dartmouth 1885 practiced at 
Bolton (1894) 
a Willard S. Everett b I891 

2 James Bradley Everett h Aug 12, I868 Res 

Lynn (1897) 
d Dr-. Willard Shepard Everett "b Sept 18, I831 at 
N. Andover m-1 Oct 4, 1865 at Milton Lydia A. 
Houghton dau Jason W, Houghton h July 11, 1834 
m-2 Jan 11, 1877 at Acton Laura A. Button dau 
Solomon L. Button Grad M.D, Harvard 1864 
Practiced at Hyde Park, Mass. 
1 Annie Houghton Everett h July 14, 1869 d Oct 

30, 1869 

e Sarah Anna Everett h June 1, 184O m Jan I874 
D, C, Freleigh Ellis s Daniel H. and Rebecca 
Ellis 
f Mary Everett b Oct 19, 1843 d Aug I7 , 1844 
g Maria Everett b Oct 19, I043 d Hov 20, 1843 
11 Horace Everett bapt Oct 2, l8o3 at Dedham d Sun- 
ape e, II »H. m May 1, I827 at Dedham Hannah Das comb 
Res Sunapee 
a Rush Everett 

b Mary Maria Everett b Mar 4, 1829 m Hov 27, 1851 
Edward Lee Sargent s Moses and Rhoda (Tenney) 
Sargent b Mar 22, l82b at Newport, II, H, 
d there Sept 30, 185^ 
1 Edward French Sargent b Jan 16, 1853 

17 Mary b Aug 9, 1718 (DR 45) m July 3, 1740 Ebenezer Pettee 

(DR 68) Adm estate Sept 3, I783 (Morse Gen) 
a Ebenezer Pettee, Jr., b Dedham May 25. 1741 Rem N.H. 
m Rebecca Hartshorn of Walpole Oct 2, 1755 (DR 102) 
b Simon Pettee b Dedham Dec 5, I742 (DR 7I) d Feb I9, 

1752 (DR 83) 
c Abigail Petteeb Dedham Oct 2, I744 (DR 73) m Oct 8, 

1766 Hezekiah Farrington 
d Seth Pettee b Dedham Dec 20, I746 (DR 75) d y 
e Abner Pettee b Dedham Apr 3, I751 (DR o5) Res Prances- 
town, l.H. m Catharine Holmes May 11, 1779 who was 
bapt Dedham Oct 15, 1752 dau Ebenezer and Sarah 
(Coney) Holmes d Dedham 1795 He m-2 Joanna Balch of 
Prancestown, II. H. Dec 22, 1795 and d there Feb 25, 
1837 He was a Rev. soldier, of large frame and enor- 
mous strength (Reg 58-149) 

1 Catharine Pettee b 1780 (Holmes Gen) 

2 Rebecca " b I783 

3 Abner " b I785 See [II7] 

4 Ebenezer " b 1788 

f Mary Pettee b Dedham July 3, 1753 (DR 86) 

*l8 Eathaniel b July 1, I72I (DR 48) 

m Abigail Ellis of Walpole June 2, 1757 (DR 90) 

19 Sarah b Dec I7, I723 (DR 50) d Aug 31, I730 (DR 58) 



22 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEAN 

4-4 4-4 

20 Mercy t Sept 27, 1726 (DR 53) tapt Dec 11, I726 (DC 4I) 
m Sam-uel Colturn [4a] as his 2nd wf Jiine 21, 1751 
(DC 169) By his first wf Mary Pairtanks, he had had: 
(Colturn Gen) Mary h & d 1742; Samuel h 1743, m Mehit- 
atle Lewis; Thomas h 1744 ^ 1750; Abner h I746 m Azuha 
Gay; Ichahod h I750, d I753. Mercy d Milford Oct 13, 
1801 Samuel d (Dedham?) Oct 18 , 1804 (Colburn Gen) 
Children of Mercy and Samuel, presumably all b Dedham: 
a Lewis Colb\irn b Jan 5, 1732 m Aug 25, 1773 Mary dau 

Samuel and Mary (Sturges) Onion of Dedham He d 

June 1, 1843 
b Thomas Colburn b Feb 28, 1753 ^ Rebecca Gay 

d Mar I7 , I826 
c Mary Colburn b July 28, I754 m Dec 16, I779 Oliver 

Ellis 
d Mercy b Jan 13, 1756 m Sept 5, I776 Ebenezer Smith 
e Solomon Colburn b Oct 22, I757 
f Rebecca Colburn b July 19, 1759 m July 13, 1780 

John Richards 
g Joel Colburn b Feb 4, I76I d July 9, I762 
h Olive Colburn b Nov 2, I764 d July 15, 1840 
i Charlotte Colbujn b Jan 20, I767 d Dec 14, 1836 
J (twin) b " d same day 

k Richard Colburn b Apr I4, 1768 d Dec I4, 1836 ("DC 3o8) 

m Joanna Eaton dau Joseph and Mary (Fairbanks) Eaton 

who was b Mar 1, I773 

1 Warren Colburn b Mar 1, I793 (DR 139) ^ Patty 
Richardson of TAedfield Mar 30, 1823 (DR I80) 
He was the author of Colburn 's Intellectual 
Arithmetic, used for many years in the common 
schools of Hew England, d Sept 13, l833 (See 
D Reg Apr 1894) 

*21 Jonathan b Aug 7, I730 (DR 57) bapt Sept 6, 1730 (DC 44) 
m-1 Mary Holmes of Dedham Apr 17 , 1755 (DR 85) 
m-2 Elizabeth Balch of Dedham May 8, I766 (DR 103) 

22 Seath b Aug 25, I736 (DR 64) bapt Aug 29, 1736 (DC I50) 
d Oct 25, 1736 (DC 151) 



Ens. JOSEPH^ DEAN, clothier, b Dedham Mar I4, 1682-3 (DR 18) 

s [1] John and Sarah Dean "•Ensign" 
Joseph Dean d Dedham Dec 20, I72I (DR 47) Administration of 
the estate was granted to "John Dean, carpenter, and Jere- 
miah Dean, nusbandman, on the estate of Joseph Dean, of Ded- 
ham, a clothi-er " m-1 May 7, I707 at Braintree 

MARY FAZON dau Thomas and Mary (Blanchard) Faxon (Br R 741) 
who was b Braintree, Mass., 1689 and d Dedham Oct 12, I720 
(DR 47) m-2 at Boston May 25. 1721 PRUDENCE SAUNDERS (JWD) 
who d Dedham Dec 4, I72I (DR 47) 

Prom the recording of practically all the vital records 
of this family at Dedham, it seems a fair conclusion that 
they lived there, yet we find that Joseph was baptized and 
joined the church at Milton on Feb l5, 1706-7 shortly 
before his first marriage (Reg 23-17 ^ a^cL Reg 59-155 notes 



DESGENDAHTS OF JOHK DEM 



23 



5-2 5-2 

23 

the marriage of Joseph Dean "of Dorchester" to Mary Faxon. 

Children of Joseph and Mary, all recorded in Dedham: 

23Mary5 b June l8 , I708 (DR 35) 

m Israel Smith [20] of Dedham Dec 22, I726 who was h 
June 19, 1697 and d Aug 24, 1745 (Smith Gen., children 
not given.) 

*24 Thomas h Oct 28, I709 (DR 35) d Dec 8, I745 (DH 72) 
m Grace V7adsworth of Milton Oct 7, I731 (DR 244) 

*25 Joseph II h Feb 11, I7IO-II (DR 38) 
m Hannah Baker Dec 11, I734 (DR 62) 

26 Sarah b July 28, I713 (DR 40) 

m John B Mar 8, 1731-2 (DR 57) 

27 Elizabeth b llov 28, I717 (DR 44) 

m Eleazer Stoddard May lb, 1744 (DR 73) 

a Mehitabel Stoddard b Dedham Mar I4, I745 ('^^ 74) 

b Jonathan Stoddard b Apr 16, 1746 (DR 75) 

*28 Faxon b Jan 27, I718-9 (DR 45) 

m Mehetable (Hetty) Cleaveland at Canterbury, Conn., 
Oct 15, 1746 (PRD) 



JEREMIAH^ DEAIJ, husbandman, b Dedham Mar 24, 1684-5 (DR 21) 
s [1] John and Sarah Dean j ch Uov 3, 1745 
(DC 83) He styles himself "husbandman" in signing a deed. 
His will (SR 51-181) was written Mar 25, 1747 ^^ Dedham and 
and was probated Feb 20 I756 He m at Dedham Jan 26, 
1710-11 MARY FISHER [3lJ (DR 36) dau Capt, Joshua and Esther 
(Wiswall) Fisher [13] She was b July 24, 1687 (Fisher Gen) 
made a will (SR 69-249 July 9, 1770 which was probated Sept 
7, 1770 Jeremiah Dean is mentioned in several places inthe 
Dedham Town Records in connection with surveys and apprais- 
als. The last such mention was in March, 1735 t »* which 
time he was 50 years of age. 

Children, all born in Dedham: 

29 Mary5 b Dec 10, I7II (DR 39) d before 1747, date of her 
father's will, which makes bequests to her children, 
Catharine and Isaac, but not to her. m Dedham Dec ??, 
1731 Isaac Bullard who was b Apr 4, 1709 s William and 
Elizabeth Bullard (DR 35) Isaac m-2 in Milton Aug 6, 
1747 Grace (Wadsworth) Dean wdw of [2A] Thomas Dean 
(DR 75) Isaac d Apr 15, I77O (DR IO7 ) Grace d Mar 2b, 
1789 aged 79 (DC 291) 

a Mary Bullard b Mar 23, 1733 d y (EJB) 
b Mary Bullard b Jan I9, 1735 „ , rrx 
c Catharine Bullard b Dedham Oct 7, 1738 (DR bb) d y 
d Catharine Bullard b Dedham June 4, I74O (DR 67) 

m Nov 27, 1760 John Wadsworth of Milton (DR 95, 244' 



24 DESCENDAUTS OF JOHN DEM 

6-2 6-2 

29 d who d ililton Dec 11, 1775 (Mil E) 

1 Retecca 77adsworth b and d Oct I76I (Mil E) 

2 Joseph " h Apr 24, I763 d Aug S, l8l6(JWD) 

3 Benjamin " b Sep 24, I765 (Mil E) 

4 William " h Feb 17, 1768 " 

5 John " b Oct 6, 1770 " d Dec 1775 " 
e Isaac Bullard b Dedham July 10, I744 (DE 73) "Deacon" 

Isaac Bullard d June 8, I808 (dB 230) m Feb 5, I767 
Patience Baker, "both of Dedham" (DR I06) She d 
Kov 16. 1819 (DE 230) He was Treas Uorfolk Co. 
I793-I0O8, GO many years 
Children of Isaac and Patience Bullard: (EJB) 

1 Mary Bullard b Nov 30, I767 

2 William Bullard b July 19, I769 d Mar 15, l803 

m Lydia Whiting Aug 29, 1793 
a Charles Bullard b Aug I3, 1794 not m 
b William Bullard b Apr 27, 1796 m Rebecca 
Daggett Dec 11, l822 

1 Lydia Bullard b Oct 20, I823 

2 William Augustus Bullard b Oct 3, 1826 

3 Rebecca Bullard b Sept 4, 1828 m Rev. 

Charles Slafter 

4 Mary Ann Bullard b Aug 20, I833 

5 Isaac Bullard b Mar 12, I839 
c Isaac Bullard b Oct 10, I799 

m Penelope Doremus, no children 

3 Isaac Bullard, Jr., b July 21, I77I (DR 111) 

m Sally Mason Nov 9, I800 (DR 207 ) 

4 John Bullard b Jan 9, 1773 d 1852 (EJB) 

m Lucy Richards Apr 7, l802 
a John Bullard b Jan 2, l807 
b Lewis Bullard b Aug 13, 1810 

c William Bullard b Apr 20, I816 d Sept 28, I879 
m Mary Robinson Henderson Mar 3t I84I 

1 William M. Bullard b Jan 13, I842 

2 John R. Bullard b Mar 3, 1846 

3 Lewis Henderson Bullard b Dec 21, I848 at 

Brooklyn, L.I. d Aug 2, 1923 

m Mary Esther Perrin Dec 10, 1878 



a Lucy Henderson Bullard b Sept 27. I879 

-- ' ' ;ug A 1881 
c Edith B. Bullard b Kov 8, 1882 



b Lewis Perrin Bullard b Aug A. 1881 not m 



d Roger Harrington Bullard b May 7, 1884 
in U.Y. City. Architect, m Ann Adams 
Sturges Oct 12, 1912 

1 Roger Perrin Bullard b July 2, 1913 

2 Henry Stujges Bullard b Oct 3, 1914 

3 Mary Bullard b Aug 2, 1916 

4 Jonathan Harrington Bullard b Aug 12,/ 
e Ruth Bullard b Dec 20. 1888 1919 

4 Mary Bullard b Feb 18, I855 

*30 Jeremiah II, b May 13, 1713 (DR 39) 

m-1 Mary Fisher [62] May 13, 1741 fDR 43) 
m-2 Rebekah Scott Nov 23, I750 (dr 89) 



* 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHH DEM 25 

6-3 6-3 

"31 Joseph^ 1) June 3, I715 (DR 42) 

m-1 Martha Starr [722 J Jan 5, 1736 (DR 239) 
in-2 Mary (Wight) Baker Jan 2, I753 (DR 92) 

Joshua b Jan 11, I717 d y (DR 43) 

John — DR 41 shows "John, s Jeremiah and h Nov — , 

." Oceiirs on page covering period I714-19 — could 

he only Nov 1717« I^ this entry truly indicates 
another son of [6] Jeremiah, he must have died "before 
1747, as he is not mentioned in his father's will of 
that year, while all the other children were, except 
David and Jonathan, 

32 Joshua t Aug 30, 1718 (DR 45) 

m-1 Mary Macnah Feb 13, I746 (DR 74) 

m-2 Mrs. Rachel Clark June 25, I76O (DR 244) 

m-3 Mary Morse May 9, I782 (DR 202) 

33 Sarah h July 5, 1720 (DR 46) Her mother's will refers to 

daughter Sarah Starr — she was therefore living in I770. 
m Jonathan Starr [764] Feh 22, 1737-8 (DR 65) He was b 
Dedham Dec 8, I704 s Comfort and Mary (Stone) Starr. 
His will was proved Dec 19, I777 (Starr Gen) 
a Jonathan Starr h 1739 a farmer, of Dedham 
h Joslah " h 174O 
c Sarah " h I743 

d Ebenezer " b 1744 d Dunstable 1798 m-1 

in_2 Rebecca Blanchard at Tyngsborough Dec 3t 

1794 (Reg 93-235) 

1 Augustus Starr b Mar 3, 1799 (posthumous) 

i Martha Starr b 1754 d y 
j Solomon " b 1756 
k Martha " b 1759 

m Joseph Pierpont of Boston 
1 Katharine Starr b 1771 

34 Abigail b July 21, 1721 (DR 48) m Jan 2 , I737 Nathaniel 

Dana of Boston (DR 239) s Samuel and Abigail (Gay) Dana 
Abigail and her husband were both living at the time of 
her mother's will, made in 1770* 
a Abigail Dana b June 6, 1746 (DR 76) 

35 David ) , o ^ , ^ ,(d Jan 19. I747 (DR 76) 

36 Jonathan) ^ ^"^^^ ^tt. I725 (DR 50)(cL Jan 9. 1725 (DR 49) 

37 Esther b June 20, I725 (DR 51) bapt June 26, 1726(DC 4I) 

d Dec 21, 1793 not m aged 68, "insane for many years, 
died of a fever." (DC 99) 



e 


Samuel 


Starr 


b 


1746 


f 


Mary 


f» 


b 


1748 


g 


Jeremiah 


If 


b 


1750 


h 


Daniel 


It 


b 


1752 



26 DESCEKIlAIITS OF JOM DEAH 

THIRD GMERATION 

11 11 

JOHH^ DEAN t Dedham Jan ^0, I709-IO (DR 38) s[2] John II and 

Hannah (Savil) Dean of Dedham d Oct 13, I798 (DC 
192) m Sept 8, 1741 HAMAH FUllER (DR 70, DC 168 ) who was b 
Mar 1, 1722-3 dan Sanniel and Elizaheth Fuller (DR 49) and d 
Oct 1, 1768 "aged about 45, had "been in a languishing state 
fox years." (DC l56) John j ch Jan 20, I760 (DC I46) 
"John Dean again chosen Deacon Apr 28, I77I (DC I40 ) This 
might possibly refer to the son L38] John, 

*38 John IV^ b 1748 d Sept I4, 1838 "aged 90." (DC 136) 
m Mary (Fairbanks) Eaton May 9, I775 

"There may be other children," (JWD) but no record has 

been discovered about them. 



13 13 

BENJAMIN^ DEAH yoeman, b Dedham July I7 , I717 (DR 42) 

B [2] John and Hannah (Savil) Dean of Dedham 
d Dedham Feb 2, I8IO (DC I94) His will probated Mar 6,l8lO 
(UR 18-20), written Jan 25, I787 , mentions wife Mary, sons 
Benjamin, William and John and daughter Mary Morse, also 
purchase of land at Francestown, N.H, , by sond Benjamin and 
John, m Jan 26, I749 MARY WITHIKGTON of Stoughton (DR 248) 
dau William and Elizabeth (Blake) Withington of Stoughton 
(Reg 75-151) Mary was b Dec 1, 1729 and d in South Parish, 
Dedham, Kov 10, I0O3 (Withington Gen) 

Revolutionary War service: Benjamin Dean, Corp, in Capt. 
William Bullard's Co., of the South Parish of Dedham, Col, 
Heath's Regt, , served 10 days on the alarm of Apr 19, I775 
(MSSRW) This service is confirmed to [13] Benjamin, rather 
than to his son Benjamin, by the Withington Gen, 

*39 Benjamin II b Dedham Dec 8, I750 (C & W) 

m-1 Elizabeth Gould of Stoughtenham May 2, 1776 (DR 202) 
m-2 Mary Mc Pherson of Francestown, N,H, , Mar 8, I792/ 

(C & W) 

40 William b Dedham Aug 23 1753 (DR 85) bapt Aug 25, I751 

(DC 155) (one or the other of these dates obviously in 
error, probably the latter,) He inherited his father's 
farm. He d Feb 5, 1824 (GSR) m Oct 25, I786 Olive 
Lewis (DR 200) dau Nathaniel and Experience (Hartshorn) 
Lewis b Sep I9, I763 (D Reg 5-15 ) Olive d "wdw" in 
Dedham Jan 8, I851 She made a will Apr 25, 1845 pro- 
bated Mar 4, 1851, Ho record of any children, 
William served 13 days as Pvt, in Capt, Joseph Guild's Co. 
of Minute Men, Col, Greaton's Regt,, which assembled on the 
alarm of Apr, 19, 1775; also in same Co, of the 35th Regt, 
Co, return dated Fort llo. 2, Oct 5, 1775, enlisted May 26,/ 

1775* 

41 Mary bapt Dedham Aug 4, 1754 (DC 156) 

m Seth Morse of Dedham Feb 16, I774 (DR 201) 

*42 John bapt Oct 29, I758 (DC I57 ) 

m Delphos Harris of Walpole July 22, I784 (DR 203) 



lESCENDAUTS OF JOHH DEM ZJ 

15 15 

^ 43 

EBEUEZER^ DEAB II, yoeman, t Dedham May 31, 1714 (DR 41) 

s [4] Etenezer and Judith (Lewis) Dean 
d Aug 12, 1800 His will (NR 7-50) probated Feb 3, 180I 
mentions the sons listed "below, also daughters Hannah Boyd 
and Olive Pond, and granddaughters Deanis and Olive, m Jan 
12, 1737-8 HAHMH MORSE of Walpole (DR 66) h Hov I5, I719 
dau Capt. Ezra and Anna (White) Morse Hannah d Sept 27, 
1807 "widow of Ehenezer, late of Franklin" (Fr R), Removed 
to that part of Wrentham, now Franklin, between 1761 and 
1768. (JWD) 

Revolutionary War service: Served three days as Pvt. in 
Capt. Asa Fairbanks* Co. to May 2, 1775; also in eame Co., 
Maj. Metcalf's Regt. , 3 days to Dec 11, I776, Co. marched 
from Wrentham to Providence and Warwick, R.I., on an alarm, 
roll dated Wrentham. Mar 2, 1777 and endorsed "Col. Wheel- 
ock's Regt," (MSSRW) 

*43 Ebenezer III^- b Dedham July 7, I738 (DR 66) 
m Abigail Fales July 7, I761 (DR 97) 

44 Hannah b, Dedham Feb 10, 1742-3 (DR 7I ) bapt Feb 13, 
1742-3 (DC 152) m Col. John Boyd at Wrentham Oct 5, 
1763 (Wr R) John became a Captain dujring the Revolu- 
tionary War, and was later known as Colonel, Was Select- 
man in Franklin I783, 85 Q3, and Rep. to GC 18OO-04, 
He d Franklin July 27, lo2o Hannah d Franklin Uov 29, 
1829 (Fr R) 
a Polly Boyd b Wrentham Apr 11, 1764 (Wr R) 

m Elihu Pond (Fr R) 
b Bethuel Pond b Wrentham Nov 11, I765 (Wr R) 

m Sukey Whiting at Franklin Feb I7 , I791 (Wr R) 

1 Polly Boyd b May 5, I792 (Fr R) 

2 Sukey Whiting Boyd b Apr 28, 1795 (Wr R) 

3 John Boyd b Sept 10. 1799 " 

4 Sally Boyd b Jan 12,l8ob " 

c Willard Boyd b Wrentham June 12, I77I (Fr R) d Fklin 
Sept 26, 1847 (Fr R) m at Franklin Betsey Whiting on 
Jan 17, 1795 (Fr R) 

1 Betsey Willard Boyd b Aug 2, 1797 (Fr R) 

2 Patty Whiting Boyd b Uov 19, I798 " 

3 William Bradbury Boyd b Sept 25, 1800 " 

4 Polly Boyd b Apr 12, I802)* " 

5 Oliver Dean Boyd b June 8, l802 ) " 

6 Amos Hawes Boyd b Mar 18, 1804 " 

7 Juliana Boyd b Mar 28, 1806 " 

8 Abigail Fisher Boyd b May 27, I808 " 

9 George Edwards Boyd b Dec 6, l8l2 " 
*Probably either Polly or Oliver was a child of 

Bethuel and Sukey Boyd, above, 

*45 Ichabod b Dedham Oct 11, 1754 (DR 87) bapt Oct 14, 1754, 
(DC 156) m Chloe Pond Feb 19, I778 at Wrentham (Wr R) 

46 Olive b Dedham Feb 28, I758 (DR 92) bapt Mar 26, 1758 
(DC 157) m Elisha Pond, a physician of Franklin, 
(Wight Gen 58-6-b) Her father's will mentions a daugh- 
ter Olive Pond. 



28 DESCMDAHTS OP JOHN DEM 

15-2 15-2 

46 a Edna Pond "b Jan 16, I78O d "befoje 18OI) 

m perhaps Timothy Hill ) (Wight Gen. ) 

t Olive Pond h Feh 1, I782 ) (58-6-13 ) 

m Abijah Richardson June 5. l8o5 ) 

c Leanis Pond (NR 7-50) 

*47 Seth h Dedham Oct 5, 1760 (I)R 96) hapt Oct 12 I76O (DC 
158) m Edena Pond of Franklin May 23, I782 (Fr R) 

18 18 

MTHAUIEL^ DEAI? h Dedham July 1, I72I (DR 48) s [4] Ehenezer 
and Judith (Lewis) Dean, In 1746 his father 
sells him "all the home lot, with two dwelling houses and a 
tarn." (JWD) "Capt." Nathaniel Dean d Hov I7 , I794 (DR 229) 
m June 2, 1757 ABIGAIL ELLIS of Walpole (DR §0) a relative 
of Judge Ellis, of Claremont, H.H. (C&W) DR 239 gives the 
date as Jan 2, 1737, "biit the later date seems much more pro- 
bahle. Ahigail j ch Jan 20, 1760 (DC 1A6) 

Revolutionary War service: Nathaniel (172I-94 DAR) was a 
Pvt, in Capt. William Bullard's Co. of the South Parish in 
Dedham, Col Heath's Regt. , which marched on the alarm of Apr 
19, 1775, service one day; also in Capt. Ehenezer Battle's 
Co., Col. William Mcintosh's Regt., service 19 days from 
Dec 11 to Dec 30, I776 under Lt. Col, Weld at Castle Island; 
also 12 days in Capt. Ebenezer Battle's Co, in I778 guarding 
Continental stores at Watertown. (MSSRW) 

Children, all "born in Dedham: 

*48 Uathaniel^- h July 2, I76O (DR 96) 

m Rehecca Whiting Oct 26, I799 (DR 208) 

*49 Phineas Ellis h Aug 18, I762 (DR 99) 

m Jerusha White June 22, I786 (DR 200) 

50 Nahby h Nov 22, I764 (DR lOl) hapt Nov 25, I764 (DC 159) 
m Timothy Morse [1932] Oct 25, 1786 (DR 200) no ch, 

*51 George h Oct 3, 1766 (DR IO4) 

m Rutha Morse of Canton (int) Mar 7, 1800 (DR 168) 

52 Sarah h July 25, I768 (DR IO7) bapt July 31, I768 (DC 

160) m Ahner Guild [II4] Oct 13, 1791 (DR 205) (DC I86) 

He was h Dec 11, 1757, was in the express "business with 

his "brother Moses, then followed the trade of currier 

at Dedham . Selectman four years ending 1799* 

a Ahner Guild h 1792 m Sophie Gile of Dumbarton, N.H. 

b Polly Guild b 1793 d I832 

c Nathaniel Guild b Dedham Aug 26, 1795 ^ Sybil Hewins 

of Sharon who was b I799 d Dedham I862 He d Hew 

Salem, Mass. , 1872 

1 Nathaniel Hewins Guild b 182I m Adalaine S, Clapp 

2 Charles J. Guild b 1824 d 1874 

3 Benjamin Guild b 1827 

4 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEAN 29 

18-2 18-2 

52 

52 c 4 Sytil Julia Guild b 1830 d 1861 m Francis Ide 

Ees Ashford, Conn. 
5 Ezra Phineas Guild b l835 ™ Hannah Thayer, carpen- 
ter at Worcester, Mass. 
a Hattle Julia Guild h 1876 d 1876 

d Julietta Guild b I797 d 1799 

6 Julia " h 1799 d 1S2I 

f Charles " b 180I m Cynthia Kingsbury of Walpole 

1 Charles Henry Guild b 1833 

2 Caroline M. " b 18^7 d 1859 
g Phineas D, Guild b 1803 d 1833 

h Mark " b 1805 m Maria Guild 

1 Maria Guild b 1836 d I837 

2 Ellen Maria Guild b 1840 

3 Sarah Frances Guild b 1844 d y 

4 Walter Guild b I851 d y 
i Sally Guild b 1808 d 1821 

53 Polly b Mar 28, I77O (DR I08) bapt Apr 1, I770 (DC I4I) 

m Ebenezer Fisher of Londonderry, N.H. , Aug 24. 1797 
(DR 207) (DC 187 gives the date as Aug 20, I798) 

54 Lucy b Apr 27, I772 (DR 111) bapt May 3, I772 (DC I42 ) 

m Hopkins (NR I-277 ) 

55 Betsey bapt July 7, I776 (DC 176) b June 24, I776 (Wyo- 

ming Co., N.Y. , Biog, Rev., I895 p 619) (FRD) "Betsey 
Fisher, formerly Dean, dismissed to the church at Lon- 
donderry Mar 16, 180O" (DC 176) d Warsaw, N.Y. , Nov 
29, 1858 (War. GSR) m Oct 24, I798 John Fisher of Lon- 
donderry, N.H. (DR 207) The Biog. Rev., above cited, 
which gives all the data below says John was a son of 
Samuel Fisher, who was born of Scotch ancestry in nor- 
thern Ireland in 1722, came to America in 1740, on a 
ship so poorly provisioned that it was known as the 
"Starved Ship", settled in Londonderry, N.H. , was for 
many years Ruling Elder in the V/est Parish Church and 
d there Apr 10, 1806. John was b Londonderry, 1769 rem 
1834 to Warsaw, N.Y. , where he d Oct 13, 1838, aged 69. 
(War GSR) 
a Betsey Dean Fisher b Londonderry 180I not m. 

d Warsaw, N.Y. , Nov 21, 1869 aged 68 (War GSR) 
b Samuel Fisher b Londonderry 1814 or earlier, rem War- 
saw "aged about 20" res with Dr. Augustus Frank till 
his father's arrival in l834, was Ruling Elder of 
the Presbyterian Church for many years, d Warsaw 
May 30, 1885 m-1 June 10, 1834 Armina Dryer who d 
Aug 27, 1835 m-2 1838 Lucy Woodward who d Sept I7, 
1853. m-3 Mrs. Lucy M. (Woodruff) Philips 

1 James Ellis Fisher m May 1872 Elizabeth McMasters 

a Charles Samuel Fisher 
b Phineas McMaster Fisher 

2 Phineas Dean Fisher m 1876 Eunice Pinckney 

a Mattie Fisher 

b Phineas D(ean?) Fisher 

c Frank Wyman Fisher 



30 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEM 

18-2 18-2 

55 "b 3 Dr. John Crocker Fisher He lived 5 years is 

Beirut, Syria, as medical missionary, returned to 

Warsaw and established the sanitarium — 7/arsaw 

Salt Baths. 

m May 11, l880 Mary Shaw of Grinnell, la. 

a Edith Fisher 

h John C. Fisher 

c Albert Shaw Fisher 

21 21 

J0NATHAn3 dean h Dedham Aug 7, 1730 (DR 57) s [4] Ehenezer 

and Judith (Lewis) Dean "bapt Sept 6, 1730 (DC 
44) j ch Apr 28, 1771 (K; 148) d Sept 8, I805 (DC 194^ 
m-1 Apr 17, 1755 at Dedham MARY HOLMES of Dedham (DR 86, DC 
169) dau Capt. Samuel and Hannah (Crane) Holmes of Dedham 
She was h Aug 1, 1732 j ch Feb 25, 1759 (DC I43 ) and d Ded- 
ham June 1, 1765 aged 33 (DC 165 ) m-2 May 8, I766 ELIZABETH 
BALCH of Dedham (DR 103 ) ^slu Rev, Thomas and Mary (Sumner) 
Balch, the first minister of the South Parish Church, when 
it divided from the original Dedham chuj:ch organization. 
Elizabeth was bapt Sept 7, 1746 (DC 153) J ch May 4, I766, 
had taught the South Precinct School three years prior to 
her marriage (D Reg 3-177) She d Dedham Sept 15, I820. 
Jonathan came to Shrewsbury, with his second wife, in 1798 
and settled on the place formerly Ebenezer Dean's. Sons 
Ebenezer and Balch came with their parents, who, after a few 
years, returned, as also did Ebenezer, leaving Balch sole 
proprietor of the farm on which he now (1847) lives. (AHW) 
Jonathan wrote a will Sept 2, 1805, which was probated 
Oct 1, 1805, in which he mentions all the children listed 
below except the second and third. (NR I2-19) 

Revolutionary War service: Jonathan served as Pvt. in 
Capt. ',7illiam Bullard's Co. of the South Parish of Dedham 
which marched on the alarm of Apr 19, 1775. service one day; 
also in Capt. Ebenezer Battle's Co., Col. William Mcintosh's 
Regt., 19 days at Castle Island. (MSSRW-Holmes Gen. -Reg 58/ 

147) 
Children of Jonathan and Mary, all born in Dedham: 

56 Hannah^- b Aue 28, I756 (DR 90) d Oct 16 1843 (DR 103) 

m John Curtis of Roxbury Mar 26, I778 (DC 184) 
a Abigail Bridge Curtis m John Weld of Roxbury (Curtis/ 
b John Curtis b 178I Gen) 

c Thomas Curtis b I783 m Eleanor V/arren 

57 Samuel Holmes b Sept I9, I758 (DR 94) d May I5 176o(DR-/ 

58 Jonathan b Aug 25, I762 (DR 190) d Mar I4, I790 (DR 229) 

Children of Jonathan and Elizabeth, all born in Dedham: 

*59 Samuel Holmes^ b May 7, I767 (DR I05) 

m Deborah Lewis of Walpole June 15, 1787 (DR 205) 

*6o Francis b Mar 24, I769 (DR I08) 

m Hannah Morse of Canton July 22, I799 (DR 207 ) 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEM 31 

21-2 21-2 

/ 6l 

*6l Etenezer^ t May 24, I772 (DR 112) 

m-1 Lois Morse of Canton July I7 , 1791 (DR 239) 
m-2 Lucy Everett 

*62 Balch t Mar 7, I775 (DR II7) 

m Martha Brigham at Shrewsbury (int) Nov 20, I80O (Sh R) 

63 Mary h May 5, I778 (DR 134) hapt May 10, I778 (DC I76) 

m [109] Josiah Dean, children listed thereunder. 

24 24 

THOMAS^ DEAN, clothier, h Dedham Oct 28, 1709 (DR 35) 

s.[5] Joseph and Mary (Faxon) Dean j ch Mar I4, 
1735-6 (DC 81) d Dedham Dec 8, I745 (DR 72. m in Milton 
Oct 7, 1731 GRACE WADSWORTH of Milton (DR 244) dau John and 
Elizabeth Wadsworth, She was h Milton Feh 9, I710 (Mil R) 
gddau Capt. Sanniel Wadsworth who was killed at the head of 
his Company at Sudhury in 1676 (King Philip's War.) J ch hy 
letter from Milton Nov 5, I738 (DC 82).. She m-2 Isaac Bull- 
ard of Dedham Aug 6, 1747, as his 2nd wf (DR 75) and d Ded- 
ham Mar 26, 1798 (DC 291). See [29] Mary (Dean) Bullard. 

Children, all born in Dedham: 

64 Elizabeth^- b Dec 25, 1732 (DR 60) bapt Dec 31, I732 (DC 

46) m Lieut. David Fuller [32] Mar 27, I755 (DR 86) 
He was b Needham Dec 6, 1731 d Dover Apr 2o, 1805, was 
commissioned a Lieut, in the Militia, answered the Lex- 
ington alarm, and served the parish on important com- 
mittees during the Rev. War, Resided in Dover, Eliza- 
beth d Dover Dec 26, 1817 (FS) 
Children all b Dover: (Fuller Gen) (FS) 
a David Fuller b Dec 5, I755 d Oct 6, I760, killed by 

falling log. 
b Elizabeth Fuller b Sept 13, I758 m Dec 18, I799 

William Freeland of Hopkinton, Mass, She d Jan I7, 
1826 
c Daniel Fuller b Nov 6, I760 said to have been a drum- 
mer boy at age 15 in Capt, Daniel Whiting's Co,, at 
Bunker Hill, Later served in the army and was a 
Rev, War pensioner, m Abigail Eaton in I786, soon 
rem Francestown, N,H, Had a fine soapstone quarry 
on his farm, 
d Abigail Fuller bapt Nov 13, I762 m Seth Fuller of 

Francestown, N.H. 
e David Fuller bapt Oct 7, I764 m 1786 Sally Gay dau 
Daniel and Thankfia (Morse) Gay of Dedham b Jan 12, 
1764 d Nov 8, 1852, He d Aug 19, 1824, He was a 
farmer, inherited his father's farm in Dover, 

1 Moses Fuller b Feb 20, I787 m Elizabeth Cutler 

d Franklin, Mass,, Apr 29, 1865 

2 Clarissa Fuller b Apr 30, I789 m Timothy Adams of 

Medway 

3 Spencer Fuller b Aug 8, I791 m Sally Wilson 

d Needham Sept 27, I857 



32 DESCENDMTS OF JOHN DEM 

24-2 24-2 

64 e 4 Martha Fuller "b Kov I7, 1793 not m d May 10, 1816 

5 Daniel Fuller b Apr 4, 1796 m Julitta Ha-ven 

d Forest Hills Dec I4., 1868 

6 David F-aller t Aug 16, I798 m Harriet Herring 
d Dedham Sept 14, 1835 

Sally Gay Fuller t May 4, 180I m Amos Allen 
Elizabeth Fuller h Apr 27, 1804 m Willard Shattuck 
d in California 
9 Timothy Fuller h Aug 10, I806 m Deborah E. Baker 
d Lincoln, Me., Aug 21, I882 
10 Juliana Fuller b Hov 7, 1809 not m d Jan 1, l839 
f Rebecca Fuller bapt May 3, I767 not m d June 28, I005 
g Catharine Fuller bapt June 11, 1769 m May 27, 1795 

Reuben Greenwood of Sherborn, Mass., 
h Hannah Fuller bapt Oct I4, I77I m June 3, 1790 Thomas 

Kimball of Sherborn, Mass., d Apr I856 
i Joseph Fuller bapt July 3f 1774 ™ Achsah Greenwood 
and rem to Shrewsbury, Vt. 

65 Mehitabel b July 12, 1739 (DR 67) bapt Julv 15, 1739 (DC 

51) d Roxbury, Mass., Sept 4, I796 (Rox R) 
m-1 Thomas Shepherd I^ov 26, I761 (DR 98) 
m-2 Isaiah Whiting May 10, I779 at Dedham as his 3rd wf 
(Nathaniel Whiting of Dedham, T S lazell, 1902, p 47) 
Isaiah had four children by his first two wivws : 
Elizabeth b 1755 & y, Henry I759 d y, Henry I761, 
Elizabeth b 1764. 

a Prudence Whiting bapt W. Parish, Dedham, Jan 28, I781 
d Dedham Nov 4, 1800 

66 Abigail b Oct 3, I74I (DR 70) bapt Oct 4, I74I (DC 52) 

d Dedham Oct I5, I74I (DR 69) 

25 25 

JOSEPH^ DEAB II, clothier, (JWD) b Dedham Feb 11, I7IO-II 

(DR 38) s [5] Joseph and Mary (Faxon) Dean 
d Dedham I779 (Dover R) m Dec 11, 1734 HANNAH BAKER (DR 62) 
dau John and Sarah (V/hiting) Baker (FS) 

Children, all born in Dedham: 

*67 Joseph Ill4 b July 17. I735 (DR 63) 

m Sarah Baker Apr 6, I757 (DR 93, "Joseph, Tertius ) 

68 Caroline b Kar 19, 1737 (DR 64) 
m John Carbee Jan 9, I763 (DR 99) 
a Joel Carbee b Apr 12, 1763 (DR 103) 
b Amelia Carbee D Dec 2, 1766 " 
c Thadeus Carbee b June 1, 1768 (DR 133) 
d Lucy Carbee b Sept 20, I77O " 

m Dedham Jan 21, 180I Samuel TThiting, Jr., (DR 208) 

who was b Aug 11, I773 (DR ? ) 
e Hannah Carbee b Nov I5, I773 (DR 133) 
f John Carbee b Oct 22, I780 (DR 103 ) 



DESCENDANTS OP JOHN DEM 53 

25-2 25-2 

69 

69 Sajah Id Oct 24, I740 (DR 68) 

m Jeremiah Fisher [2bO] Nov 9, I763 (DE 99) s Jeremiah 
and Elizaheth (Cooke) Fisher, as his 2nd wife. He died 
of smallpox, contracted while lodging a deserted Brit- 
ish soldier at his house. (Fisher Gen) 
a Elizateth Fisher "b Feh 21, I758 (dau of first wife) 
"b Sarah Fisher h Mar 5, I764 m Jesse Richards Nov 13, 
1782 

1 Eufus Richards h Apr 24, 1784 not m d Aug 31,/ 

2 Sarah Richards "b Mar 15, 1786 I829 

m Ebenezer Dewing Jxuxe 22, 1809 
c Jeremiah Fisher t 1765 m Lucy Hawes Oct 2, I816 no ch 
d Hannah Fisher t I76? m Isaac Dana of Water town 

Jime 1, 1794 
e Ada Fisher h Sept 9, 1769 

m-1 Paul Mills of Needham Aug 21, I796 

m-2 Capt. Nathan Dewing Sept 4, 1804 He d Nov l,l853 

1 Paul Dewing h Aug I4, 1805 

m Sophrony Durant of Newton Jan 10, I832 

2 William Dewing h May 11, 18II 

f Paul Fisher carpenter h 1773 m Lavina Richards Jan 26/ 

1 Elizaheth Richards Fisher h Dec 23, 1805 l8o3 

m Joshua G. Dix of Alhany, N,Y. , Mar 6, 1830 

2 Sarah Fisher hapt Dedham Sept 24, 1815 not m 

dMontclair, N.J., 189I 

3 Nathaniel Fisher b May 18, 1818 

m Mary Ann Woodruff 
g John Fisher h 1775 '3. Dedham Apr 16, l849 

m Keziah Billings h Foxhoro Mar 27, I781 dau Samuel 
and Hannah (Billings) Billings 

1 Jeremiah Fisher h Apr 1, I0O3 stone mason not m 

d Dedham Dec 4, 1873 

2 Hannah Fisher h Feh 26, 1807 d Aug 2, I844 

m Nathan Phillips l833 

a Mary Phillips m Nathaniel Smith, 4 children, 

of which the oldest, Ella Smith, m John H. 

Bxir dakin 
h Maria Fisher Phillips h Feh 6, l835 

3 John Baptist Fisher b Oct 26, 1814 d 1882 

m Fanny J, Fenshaw 

a Mary Cardora Fisher h Sept 9, 1847 

m Irving D. Clark of Gloversville , N.Y, , Nov 9, 
1 Frank Fisher Clark h Oct 10, 1873 1870 
Grad Bellevue Med. Coll., N.Y. City 

4 Dehorah Fisher h July 4, 1817 m Edward Pollegs 

5 Sarah Fisher h Westfield Apr 5, 182O 

d W. Dedham- Feh 25, I874 

m Timothy S. Fuller of Dedham Apr 16, 1844 

70 Namah h May 24, 1744 (DR 73) d Sept 1, l833 at Dover (FS) 

See note with [looj Naamah Dean 

*71 Luke h May 29, I750 (DR 81) 

m Rehecca Russell (int) Aug 16, I77I (DR 123) 



34 DESCEHDAUTS OF JOHII DEAH 

28 28 

FAXON 3 DEAH b Dedham Jan 27, I718-9 (DR 45) s [5] Joseph and 
Llery (Faxon) Dean d Martlnstiurgh, Lewis Co.,]J.Y. 
in April 1807. "Faxon Dean was drowned in a flood at Martins- 

btLTgh. His son Samuel was the only one of his children who 

came with him to Lewistown in l802." (Boston Transcript.) 
m at Canterbury, Conn., Oct 15, I746, (Chy R) MEHE-EABLE 
(HETTY) CLEAYIiAUD, dau Samuel and Sarah (Bosworth) Cleayland 
who was b Canterbury Feb 16, I727-8. It has been stated 
that Mehetable died in Martinsburgh, but no definite evi- 
dence to that effect has been discovered. 

72 Miriam 4- Dean bapt Dedham Oct 25, 174.I "Dau of Abigail 

Fife by Faxon Dean." (DC 52) 

m-1 Benjamin Herring of Dedham May I9. I767 (DR lOb) 
m-2 Benjamin Weatherbee Mar 27, I798 JDC 209) 
a Abigail Dean bapt Dedham Aug 19, I764 (DC 159 
b Rebecca Dean bapt Dedham Apr 26, I767 (DC IbO) 
c David Herring b Feb 21, 1769 (DR IO7) 
d Calvin Herring b Aug 21, I77I (DR 110 ) 
e Polly Herring b Oct 16, I773 (DR II5 ) 
f Carolina "Cally" Herring b Dec ^, I775 (DR II6) 
m [171] Richard Dean Feb 25, loOl See [I7I] 

73 Mary b Canterbxiry, Conn., Aug 12, 1747 

d Canterbury Mar 6, I750-I 

74 Joseph b Canterbury Feb I7, I748-9 d Cby. Feb 11, I750-I 

75 Samuel b Canterbury Apr 28, I751 d y 

76 Hannah b Mansfield, Conn., May 3, 1753 bapt Jun 10, 1753 

*77 Samuel b Mansfield Aug 4, I755 

m Mary Weller at Westfield, Mass., June 17, I784 

78 Mehi table b Brimfield, Mass., Oct 9, 1760 

m Hermon Davis at Hadley, Mass., June I9, I781 

A child, unnamed, b Hadley Oct I782 , probably d y 

79 Sarah b Brimfield, Mass., Sept 29, 1762 

80 Olive b Hadley, Mass., Jan 6, I766 

m William Sackett at Westfield, Mass., Feb 13, 1788 
a Samuel Sackett 
b Martin Sackett 
c Cynthia Sackett 
d Olive Sackett 

*8l Orange b Hadley, Mass., Sept I9, I767 

m Phebe Doolittle, Berkshire Co., Mass., Hov 13, I788 

Data above from the Town Records in the various places. 



DESCEHDMTS OF JOHII DEM 35 

50 30 

JEREMIAH^ DEAlf II t Dedham May 13, 1713 (DR 39) s [6] Jeje- 

miah and Mary (Fisher) Dean m-1 at Dedham 
May 13, 1741 MABY FISHER [136] dau Jeremiah and Deborah 
(Richards) Fisher (DR 43). She was a distant cousin of the 
mother of her husband was b Dedham May 3, 1717 (DR 43) and 
d Dedham Aug 6, I747 (DR 76) Jeremiah j ch Hot 3 1745 (DC 
83) He m-2 Hot 23, I75O REBEEAH SCOTT of Dedham (DR 89)- 
who was b Glasgow, Scotland (HHS) She d Charlestown, H.H. , 
May 28, 1813 aged 80 (GSR Charlestown Cemetery) This places 
her birth at about IJZji, One reference quotes Jeremiah as 
an "innholder" , another indicates that at one time he was 
the owner of some square miles of land south of Worcester, 
Mass. [587] Seneca Deane, in writing his family recollec- 
tions in 1900, says that Jeremiah II was "during the ReTO- 
lution, identified with the Tory side of the cause, and like 
the rest of the tribe, was tenacious of his opinion to the 
last. And yet he belonged to The Washington Society, an 
order, as its name implies, pledged to uphold the goTern- 
ment. I haTe seen its Constitution, and know that a member 
in good standing could not own allegiance to any gOTernment 
other than the Republic of the United States." Tfo doubt, 
his property holdings inclined him to a conserTatiTe atti- 
tude, till the matter was finally settled. 

From the records herewith quoted, as well as from other 
references, it is concluded that Jeremiah remoTcd from Ded- 
ham to Petersham, Mass., and later to Charlestown, U.H. , in 
the southwestern part of the state, and on the Connecticut 
RiTer. His youngest child whose birth was recorded in Ded- 
ham was Uancy, born July 11, I77I. The birth of his grand- 
son Daniel, on Oct 4, 1771, is credited to "Jeremiah, Jr. 
and Abigail Dean," indicating that Jeremiah II and Jeremiah 
III were both present in the town. Petersham, Polly's 
marriage at Petersham in I783 indicates that her father may 
haTe been liTing there then. The Census of 1790 shows but 
one Jeremiah Dean present in Petersham. Neither this census 
for Charlestown, nor a I792 list of taxpayers for that town 
includes a Jeremiah Dean, hence it is probable that he died 
some time between I783 and I790. He did not leaTO a will, 
nor did his estate go through the Probate Court — undoubted- 
ly he liTcd with his son Aaron, during his last years and 
had disposed of all his property before he passed on. His 
wife, Rebekah (d 1813) is bujried with the family of their 
son Aaron in the Cemetary at Charlestown, but Jermiah's 
final resting place is elusiTC, 

Children of Jeremiah and Mary, born in Dedham: 

*82 Jeremiah IIl"^ b Oct 24, 1743 (DR 72) 

m Abigail Graper [2000] May 12, I763 (DR 99) 

83 DaTid d Jan I9, I746-7 "in childhood," (DR 76) 
Children of Jeremiah amd Rebekah, b Dedham, except last three 

84 Rebekah^ b Dec 23, I75I (DR 83) 

i m Ebenezer Winslow July 11, 177 3 (Petersham R) 
a Susannah Winslow b May 12, 1774 " 



36 DESCEHDANTS OF JOHN DEAN 

30-2 30-2 

84 b Ebenezer Winslow b Jan 13, I778 (Petexsham E) 
c Joel " b May 29, I78O " 

d Leonard " b May 22, 1782 " 
e Beca " b Mar 11, 1785 " 
f Lucreshe b Feb 26, I785 " 

85 Roland b Nov 23, 1754 (I^R 87) not m 

86 Moses b Sept 6, I756 d Charlestown, N.H, , Sept I9, 

1828 (GSR) Ho wife buried in same location. 

87 Lucy b Dedham Feb 6, 1759 (DR 94) i m Sgt. John Doo- 

llttle Sept 20, I779 (Phm R) who was b probably in Wor- 
cester, Llass., about I756 s Col Ephriam and Sarah 
(Morton) Doolittle. Sgt, in Capt. Wing Spooner's Co., 
Col, Sparhawk's Regt, , marched from Petersham to reen- 
force Gen. Stark following Battle of Bennington, Co, 
engaged Aug 21, 1777, served 21 days. They settled in 
Westmoreland, Cheshire Co., N.H, , where he was Select- 
man, Town Clerk, Just, of Peace. He d I79I his son 

John, in that year, asked the Probate Court to allot 
the farm as his share of his father's estate, with con- 
sent of Joel D, (his uncle) as guardian of Joel, Sally 
and Lucy. (Doolittle Gen) 
a John Doolittle m 1805 in Shoreham, Vt, , llancy Jones 

dau Capt. 7/illiam and Polly Jones of Shoreham. 
b Joel Doolittle Shoreham, Vt.) 

c Sally " m Abel Walker (per S, F, Witherell,/ 
d "Polly dau John Doolittle of Westmoreland d May 20, 

1797, aged 14" (GSR Petersham Cem, ) 
e Lucy Doolittle m June 11, 181I Col, Moses Fairbanks 
of Claremont, H,H. , who was b I782 d I854, merchant 
and hotel keeper in Springfield, Vt, Col, of militia, 

1 Abigail Dean Fairbanks m Charles M, Bingham of 

Claremont, N.H. , as his 2nd wf. He was a mer- 

chEint, 4 years in State Leg,, Moderator Town 

Meetings most of 30 years, d Mar 1888 Lucy d 

Nov 1867 

a Catharine Flint Bingham b 184O d 1872 

b Charles Edward " b 1842 d 1877 

c Mary C, " b 1844 m Wm, I. Rogers 

d William Mortimer " b I848 

e John Francis " b 1850 

f Lucy F. (Fbks?) " b I853 

2 John Doolittle Fairbanks b Springfield 1818 Rem 

Sylvania, Ohio, in I84O to Detroit, Civil War 
soldier. Fairbanks Post, GAR, Detroit, named 
after him. d from wounds in Washington in 1862. 
m 1852 A. Talbot, b 1830 in England. 

3 Dean Fairbanks b Charlestown, II, H,, served in Mex- 

ican War, d at sea on way to Calif, m 1844 at 

Woodstock, Vt., Olive Pierce, dau David, b 1822 

d 1887 

a Charles D, Fairbanks 

b Abbey E, Fairbanks 

c Lucy E. Fairbanks 



DESCEHDMTS OP JOHN DEM 37 

30-3 30-3 

87 e 4 Joel D. Fairbanks d aged about 30 in Wash., D.C. 

Popular hotel clerk. 
5 Uathaniel S, Fairbanks, res Calif., Ohio, and 

later Kans. m twice and left sons and daughters. 

88 Deborah b Oct 2, I762 (DR 99) m 1781 Josiah Peckham 

(Phm R) of Sheldon, 7t. (HHS) who was b Petersham 

Feb 10, 1756 d Mar 8, I845 (Peckham Gen.) 

a Sally Peckham b Sept 13, I782 (Phm R) 

b Hancy " b Mar 27, I784 " 

c Josiah " b Hot 27, 178b " 

d Abigail " m Joel Clapp (Peckhan Gen, ) 

*89 Aaron b May 15 I765 (DR 102 ) 

a Phyla Walker of Charlestown, IT.H, , Hov 4, I790 

90 Mary b Apr 13, I768 (DR I07) m Butterfield 

Aaron's will mentions his sister Mary Butterfield and 
her daughter Emeline Butterfield, There is a stone in 
the Charlestown Cemetary inscribed "Dean Butterfield, 
born 1821. 

91 Nancy b July 11, I77I (DR 110 ) bapt July I4, I77I (DC 70) 

HHS says Nancy m Willard Butterfield of Westmoreland 
His will (1848) mentions "wife Caroline," who could, 
of coujrse, have been a second wife. 

92 ?????aba, (dau) b Petersham June 29, I77? (Phm R) 

The ??? indicate damaged and undecipherable original 
records. 

(Phm R) 

93 Polly b Charlestown (HHS) m Elihu Hotchkis Mar 20, I783/ 

94 Sally b Charlestown (HHS) m Not 20, I794 Clark Conant 

[196] at Warwick, Mass. He was b Warwick June 23, 

1773 s Ezra and Anna (Fisk) Conant. Settled in Windsor, 

Yt. (Conant Gen) 

a Dean Conant b I80O Settled in Charlestown, N,H, , as 
clerk in the store of his uncle, Aaron Dean, and e 
succeeded him in business. He d May 13, l835 
m Oct 1825 Almira (dau of West) Bonney who was b 
1807. Probate records refer to widow "Almeria," 

1 Ellen Hunt Conant b 1826 at Charlestown m Aug 23, 

1843 Dr, E, C, Worsester of Thetford, Vt, , where 

they resised, 

a William Leonard Worcester b 1845 

b Catherine Ellen " b 1847 

c George Steele " b I849 

d Alice Elizabeth " b 1856 

e Jane Shedd •» b 1858 

f Henry Everts •• b l859 

g Dean Conant " b l865 

h Eleanor Bonney " b 1869 

2 Lewis Conant b 1829 d y 

3 Catherine Dean Conant b 1832 m 1865 James Harvey 

Lewis, who" was b l834 

a Eleanor Bonney Lewis b 187O 

b Arthur " b 1873 



38 DESCENMHTS OF JOHN DEM 

51 31 

95 

JOSEPH^ DEM, blacksmith, t Dedham June J>, I715 (DR 42) 

8 [6] Jeremiah and Mary (Fisher) Dean j ch 
Apr 18, 1736 (DC 81) d Dedham 1791 (SR 19840) m-1 at Boston 
Jan 5 1736 MARTHA STARR [722I] (DR 2 39) dau Comfort and 
Kary (Stone) Starr of Dedhan, Starr Gen notes that Joseph 
was a blacksmith and that Martha was b Apr 27, I708. She d 
Dedham July 11 1752 (DR 83) Joseph m-2 Jan 2, 1754 at Ded- 
ham Mrs. MARY (WIGHT) BAKER (DR 92) dau John and Mary (Pond) 
Wight b about 1730-31 (Wight Gen) who had married 1751 
Daniel Baker, s John and Patience (Mars) Baker, who d Mar 4, 
1753, and by whom she had a son Daniel Baker, b I752, m Mary 
Doggett of Dedham, three children: Abigail, Catherine and 
John Wight Baker. Suffolk Co, Probate records show distri- 
bution to heirs: Joseph, Jr., Mary White (Wight), David, 
Catharine Bryant, Jonathan and Eliphalet. 

Children of Joseph and Martha, all born in Dedham: 

95 Joseph^ b July 26, I74I (DR 69) bapt Aug 9. I741 
d ITov 10, 1741 (DR 69) 

*96 Joseph II b June 13, 1744 (DR 76) 

m Sibbel Smith of Medfield (int) Apr 6, I770 (DR 122) 

97 Mary b Feb I4, 1745-6 (DR 76) 

m Henry 7/ight [24I] Uov 19, 1772 (DR 201) (Wight Gen) 
a Joea Wight b Sept I4. I775 m her first cousin 

Eleazer Wight res Norwich, Mass. , where he d Apr 1 
1805 and she d Apr 17, I845 

1 Mary Wight b Jul 10, 1796 

2 Meltiah " b May 21, 1798 

3 Cordelia " b May 27, l5oo 

4 Harriet " b Jun 19, l802 

5 Eliza " b Nov 2S, 1804 

b Andrew Wight b Apr I4, I778 m Nov 29, I804 Margaret 
Cobbett of Dedham who was b I783 d Aue 2A l8SR 
Andrew d July 22, I839 

1 Hannah TJight b Oct 29, I805 

2 Abigail " b Oct 13, 1810 d Feb 17. 181I 

3 Joseph " b Jul 25, 1807 

4 Joea " b Aug 25, 1813 

5 Mary " b Apr 26, I817 

° *^?«oS ^^^^l ^ ^®P* ^^' ^781 farmer of Dedham m Nov 8 
q2^^ T^ \'^* cousin Sarah Wight [538] of Norwich ' 
She d July 14, 1819 He m-2 Apr I8 , I82O Betsey 
Fisher, of Sharon, formerly Dorchester. She d Ded- 
ham Apr 12, 1842 

1 Eleazer Wight b Jan 30, 1809 

2 Jason Wight b Nov 12. 1810 d June 4 iSlQ 

d Joel Wight b Mar 15, I784 m Nov 14, 1805 Lois Holmes 

mL 5"?ftiT «r^ ^o*^^v^ ^^P* 2^' ^781 He d Dedham 
She d'l865 Ambrose Farrington of De&hem, 

1 Joel Wight b Dedham Aug 9, 1806 

2 Ann Desire Wight b Dedham'Aug 3, 1809 



DESCMMHTS OF JOHN TEM 39 

31-2 31-2 

98 
Children of Joseph and Mary, all horn in Dedham: 

*98 David^- b Oct 10, I754 (DH 87) 

m Mary Baker of Dedham (int) July 1, 1775 (DR 125 ) 

99 Catharine b Apr 4, I757 (DR 91) hapt Apr 10, 1757 J ch 
Oct 11, 1778 (DC 881 m James Bryant of Boston Uov 4, 
1782 (DR 202) 

100 Jonathan hapt Oct I4, I759 (DC 60) 

101 Eliphalet hapt Apr 4, I762 (DC 60) 

Revolutionary War service: Eliphalet served 4 months, 
26 days in Capt, Thomas Mayo's Co., Col, Ehenezer 
Brooks' Regt. of guards at Cambridge. (MSSRW) 

32 32 

JOSHUA^ DEAH h Dedham Aug 30, I718 (DR 45) s [6I Jeremiah 



and Mary (Fisher) Dean j cfi Feb 20, I742 (DC 
82) m-1 Feb 13, 1746 MARY MACHAB (DR 74), his first cousin, 
dau John and [7] Elizabeth (Dean) Macnab of Dedham, Mary 
was b Dedham Oct 5, I722 (DR 48) d Apr 12, 1756 (DR 88), 
Apr 19 (GSR). Joshua m-2 June 25, 1760 Mrs. RACHEL CLARK 
of Medway (DR 244) who d June 28, I776 (DR 228). He m-3 
May 9, 1782 MARY MORSE (DR 202). 

Children of Joshua and Mary (Macnab) Dean, all born in Dedham 

*102 Joshua II 4- b Jan 18, I746-7 (DR 76) 

m-i Mrs. Sarah (Eaton) Dana Dec 10, 1772 (DR 201) 
m-2 Mercy Goddard of Shrewsbury Dec 18, I777 (HMD) 

*103 John, housewright {JWD) b Uov 29, I748 (DR 79) 
m Mary Morse May 4, I769 (Dec 12? DR I09) 

104 Mary bapt Nov 25, I75O (DC 58) 

m Conant and rem to K.H. (JWD) 

105 Elizabeth b Aug 5, I753 (DR 86) bapt Aug 12, 1753 (DC 

60) m Jeremiah Leland [30] of Sherburne July 1, I779 
(DR 202) He was b Sherburne, Mass., 1754 d in Middle- 
sex, 7?ashington Co., Vt. , 1832 (Leland Gen) 
a James Leland, b 178o 

b Rufus Leland b I781 d 1849 farmer of Middlesex, Vt. 
m Mariann Dunsmoor 

1 Mary K. Leland b I806 m S W Chamberlin of Midsx. 

a Leonora Chamberlin b l833 -tes Middlesex 
b Joseph B. " b 1842 

2 Harriet Leland b 1808 d 1809 

3 Rufus Leland b 1809 d 1811 

4 William Leland b 1811 m Fannie Beckwith res Midsx 

a Mariann Leland b l834 .res Middlesex 
b Rufus Leland b I836 
c Esther Leland b I839 
d William L. Leland b 184O 



40 DESCMMHTS OF JOHN DEM 

32-2 32-2 

105 "b 4 e Horace Laland Id I844. 
Maurice Leland b 1846 

5 Rufus Leland t 1813 d l822 

6 Betsy Leland t I815 d 1838 m Wm. Dimsmoor, 

merchant of Middlesex 

7 Jeremiah Leland b 182I m Louisa Daniels res Midsx 
c Betsey Leland "b I785 m Josiah Holden farmer Midsx 

1 Elizabeth Holden b 1808 m Samuel TVarren of Midsx 
a Josiah A. 7/arren b l835 -^es Middlesex 

b Jane E. V/arxen b 1838 " 

2 George W. Holden b 1809 " 

3 John A, Holden b 1811 m Jane Bright, provision 

dealer in Boston 

a Louisa J. Holden b 1844 res Boston 

b Susan F, Holden b 1845 " 

4 James Holden b I813 m Patience L. Barber of 

La Grange, 111. 

a Caroline B. Holden b I842 res La Grange, 111. 

b William Holden b 1843 •» 

c Kancy J. Holden b I846 " 

5 Emily K. Holden b 1816 m Edward L. Mayo, lawyer, 

of Sycamore, 111. 

e William Mayo b 184I res Sycamore, 111. d 1843 

b Leonard L. Mayo b I843 

c Lettice A. Mayo b I845 

d George Mayo b 1848 

6 Uathaniel G. Holden b 1818 m Elvira Janes res 

La Grange, 111. 

a Albert- Holden b I845 res La Grange, 111. 
William B. Holden b 182O res Middlesex 
Sophia A, Holden b I823 m Sylvester Daniels, Mi dsx 
a Elmira Daniels b 1846 res Middlesex 
9 Matilda C. Holden b I824 
10 Mary Holden b 1826 
Jeremiah Leland b I785 m Abigail Chaffee of Mi dsx 

1 Harriet Leland b I8II m William A. Nichols, Midsx 
a James H. Nichols b 1831 res Middlesex 
b Helen J. " b I833 " 
c George L. " b 1834 " 
d John D. " b 1836 " 
e Catharine L." b I84O " 
f Ann J. " b 1842 " 
g Eugene " b I843 " 

2 George Leland b 1813 m Czarina Daniels 
a Wilmer A. Leland b 1845 -res Middlesex 
b Jerome W. Leland b 1847 " 

3 James Leland b 1815 m Mary A. Loomis 
a Mary E. Leland b 1842 res Middlesex 
b Catharine L. Leland b I846 " 

4 Catharine Leland b 1818 d 1837 " 

5 Jarvll C. Leland b 182I " 
b Otis C. Leland b 1828 " 



* 



106 Jeremiah b Feb I7, I756 (DR 88) rem Unity, N.H. 

m-1 Millicent 

m-2 Jemima 

m-3 Betset Buckman July 4» l803 



41 
38 

POURTH GEHERATIOIT 

108 

38 

JOHN^ DEM IV "b Dedham within a yeax "before Sept 14, 1748 

(IW 136) s [11] John and Hannah (Puller) 
Dean d Sept I4, I838, aged 90. (DC 136) He wrote a will on 

Hov 23, 1824, which was probated Nov 6, 1838 otherwise the 

data of DC 136 could equally he for [103 ] John Dean, which 
see. This will mentions his wife, Mary, daughter Catharine 
Hoyes and sons Josiah and John, He m May 9, 1775 (Eaton 
Gen) MARY (PAIRBMZS) EATOU (im Mar 11, I775 DR 125 ) who 
was h at Wrentham Apr 9, 1752 (MSR) dau Israel [46] and 
Elizabeth (Whiting) Fairbanks (Fairbanks Gen) "Adoptive 
parents" (MSB) Mary had previously m Dec 20, I770 Joseph 
Eaton [15] who d Sept 24, 1772. They had a daughter Joanna 
Eaton (b Mar 1, 1773) who m Richard Colburn, and their son 
Warren Colburn, b 1793, was the author of "Colburn »s Intel- 
lectual Arithmetic", used for many years in the common 
schools of Hew England. See [20 k]. Mary wrote a will on 
Jan 30, 1849 , which was probated Uov 5, 1850, following her 
death on Oct 13, 185O (DR2d) The probate records mention: 
daughters Joanna Colburn and Catherine Noyes; James, Josiah, 
Elizabeth B. and Tryphena (wf of Sylvannus Ballou) , chil- 
dren "of mv late son Josiah;" and John and Harriet (wf of 
John Eaton), children "of my late son John Dean." 

Children, births recorded in Dedham: 

108 Gather ine5 b Dec I9, I775 (DR ll5) d Jan 13, I859 (DR2) 
m Nathaniel Uoyes May 18 180O (DR 209) He was b I776 
and d Mar 23, I829 (DC 133) Children b Dedham: 
a Hannah loyes b July 13, I80O (DC I4I) d Oct 6, 

1801 (DC 279) 
b Otis Koyes b Aug I8, l802 (DR I42 ) d June 23, 1878 

(DC 279) m Nancy G. Cummings Aug 4, I823 (DR 215) 

She d Sept I6, I874 (DC 279) 

1 Henry 0. Noyes m Aynette Chutard (Noyes Gen) 

2 Nancy J, Noyes m Hooker One ch, d y 

Hannah Noyes b 1805 d Oct 31, I823 aged 18 (DC 132) 
d Elizabeth Noyes bapt Nov IQ, 1807 (DC I05) 

m Joel M. Baker May 10, 1032 (DC 124) 
e Nathaniel Noyes, Jr., bapt Mar 18, 181O (DC I06) 

m Sarah Draper (int) Feb 15, I829 (DR 18a) 
f Catherine Noyes bapt Dec 28, l8l2 (DC I07 ) 

m Elisha Green May 27. 1829 (DR 217) 
g Mary Noyes- bapt June 18, 1815 (DC I08) 

m Edwin W. Knight June 1 1834 (DR 220 ) 
h Lucy Noyes bapt Mar 22, 1818 (DC 109 ) 

m Marcus B. Jackson May 2, l839 (DR 222) 

*109 Josiah b Feb 22, I778 (DR 210) d Apr I5, I842 (DC 231) 
m [63] Mary Dean Dec 7, I806 dau [21] Jonathan and 
Elizabeth (Balch) Dean (DR 210) 

*110 John V b Jan 2, I785 (DR 135) 

m [143] Betsy Dean Jan 7, l8l3 (DR 212) 



42 DESCMMWTS OP JOM DEAN 

39 39 (c&w) 

BENJAIJIII^ DEAH II b So. Dedham Dec 8, I75O (C&W) "bapt Mar 11, 

1750 (DC 154) One of these two dates is 
probably In error by a year, s [13 ] Benjamin and Mary (With- 
ington) Dean of Dedham. m-1 May 2, I776 ELIZABETH GOULD of 
StOTightenham (DR 202) They came to Prancestown in the 
spring of I780, and with others from Dedham were upon their 
journey on the historic "Dark Day" (May 19, I780) Benjamin 
settled upon the northern slope of Oak Hill. He bought of 
his brother John his farm, just previous to John's remo-val 
to Maine, and lived on this place. He was by trade a car- 
penter--also superintended the construction of a section of 
the turnpike. Elizabeth d Prancestown I790. He m-2 MARY 
MCPHERSOn of Prancestown, Mar 8, 1792. Benjamin d Prances- 
town Jan 22, l835« 3© ^^^ served several months in the 
Revolutionary War in 1776-7. (Withington Gen) 

Children of Benjamin and Elizabeth: 

111 Oliver^ b Dedham I777 d Dedham Jan 11, I777, aged 1 mo. 

112 Rebecca b Dedham Dec 4, I777 m at Dedham June 29, I800 

Jabez Kingsbury of Dedham (DR 207 ) d Dedham Feb 11, 
1859 aged 81 (DR?) 

All subsequent children born in Prancestown: 

113 Elizabeth b Dec 8, I780 m Mar 22, 1803 John Stanley of 

Prancestown She d Prancestown Apr 23, I869 

114 Lucy b May 9, I782 m Dec 19, 1805 Deacon Samuel Dane of 

New Boston, N.H. She d New Boston Oct 29, 1867 

115 Olive b June 29 I784 m Oct 21, 1813 Elijah Bullard of 

Dedham She d Jan 12, 1843 Lived on the old farm 
homestead in Dedham. (JWD) 

116 Irene b May 1786 d Dedham July 2, I796 at the home of 

her uncle, William (DC I92 ) (GSR So. Parish, Dedham) 

Children of Benjamin and Mary: 

117 Polly b Mar 9, I793 m Abner Pettee of Prancestown in 

Apr 1815 (see [I7]) d Prancestown Apr I7, 1845 

118 Sally b Nov 11, I794 m Nathaniel Todd of New London 

N.H. d Prancestown Apr 2, I825 * 

119 Jane b Oct 9, I798 d June 29, 1800 

*120 Benjamin III b Peb 7 , I80I 

m Jane Todd of Prancestown Nov 6, I825 

*121 Mark b Mar 28, I805 

m Pannie Shattuck of Prancestown June 15, 1830 



DESCEHDMTS OF JOHN DEIIT 43 

42 (JWD - CKT - C&W) 42 

JOHU^ DEAU "b Dedham Oct 4, I758 bapt Oct 29, I7S8 (IXJ I57) 

8 [13] Benjamin and Mary (Withington) Dean 
m July 22, I784 DELPHOS HAERIS of Walpole (DR 203) who was 
t May 3, 1764 d Palermo, Me., Jan 1, 1832 dan Nicholas and 

Harris. John d Palermo, Me., Mar 28, 1842 (PB [42]- 

NEHGS) buried in Smith Cemetary, at Palermo, with gravestone 
by S.A.R. inscribed "Corp, John Dean, Mass, Regt. , Rev. War." 
They came to Prancestown, N.H, , in I784, built a home on the 
Bennington Road, where they lived till they went to Palermo 
in l80b (RDC [127c3a6]), John served in the Rev, War over a 
period of five years and received a pension a year before he 
died. 

Rev. War service: John was a Pvt, in Aaron Puller's Co. 
of Minute Men who marched from the First Parish of Dedham on 
the alarm of Apr I9, 1775. service 6 days; also in Capt. 
Joseph Lewis' (First Dedham) Co., Col, William Mcintosh's 
Regt,, service 4 days, Co, marched to Dorchester on the 
alarm of Mar 4, 1776; also in Capt, Aaron Guild's Co., Col, 
Josiah '.Vhitney's Regt,, abstract for advanced pay for one 
month, dated Hull, July 13, I776; also same Co, and Regt,, 
enlisted Jxily 1, I776, service to Nov, 30, I776, 5 months, 
2 days, rolls dated Camp at Hull; also pay roll for 6 months, 
men raised by the town of Dedham for service in Continental 
Army dxiring I780, marched July 24, I780. discharged Jan 3, 
1781, service 5 months, 21 days. (MSSRW) 

Children, all born in Prancestown, N.H. , except [129] Tto. : 

122 Benjamin-' b Mar 5, I785 not m d Palermo Dec 6, 1846 

*123 John b Dec 11, I787 

m Eunice Bailey of Palermo, 1806 

124 William b Oct 12, I789 d Prancestown Dec 1793 

125 Delphos b May 12, I794 d Prancestown I800 

126 Irene b May 10, I796 d Albion, Me., Nov 25, 1833 

m John W. Bailey of Palermo, s Thadeus Bailey, a Rev. 

War soldier 

a William D, Bailey b Sept 4, I817 

b Harris " b June 5, 182O 

c Delphos " b Jul 13, 1825 

d John " b Jun 18, 1829 

e Betsey " b Dec 3, 1823? (Prob, 1832 or 33) 

127 Delphos b July 1, 1800 d Palermo Oct I7, I856 

m 1820 Nathan Turner b I795 d 1850 Res Palermo 
a laura Etta Turner b June 18, 1021 d 1876 

m Robert Maxwell of China, Me, Res Weeks Mills, 
China, Me. No children, 
b Alden Turner b Dec 1823 d about 1858 

m Susan Dow b Palermo dau Alexander and Susan 

(Heal) Dow of E. Palermo. Susan D. Turner m-2 

Hiram Batchelder of Palermo. 

1 Alden Turner, went west 



44 descehiiants op jom dem 

42-2 42-2 

127 t 2 Brlggs Turner "b 1843 m-1 Susan A« Bowler dau 
Joseph Bowler of K. Palermo m-2 Helen Fowler 
a Charles 'Turner 
h Lina " 
c Adelaide " 
d Oscar " 

3 Cora Turner h 1847 d 1951 m Willard Batchelder 

B Hiram Batchelder 
a Gladys Batchelder 

4 Jane Turner b I850 m Whitlock 

a Lillian Whitlock m LaGrande Simmons, of Wald- 
horo, Ke. 

5 Herbert Turner h 1855 d 1915 m Charlotte Sihley, 

of Freedom, Me, 

e Elba Turner 

b Erwin Turner d in 19-forties 
c Van Renssalaer Turner b June 24, 1826 d Uov 11, I898 
m-1 Washington, Me., June 6, I050 Lydia A. Sherman 
b 1832 d 1874 dau John and Eunice (Bessey) Sherman 
of Somerville, Me. m-2 Hannah Harrington b Pitts- 
town, Renssalaer Co., H.Y. , dau Moses D. and Eliz- 
abeth (Francisco) Harrington who rem H.Y. to Mount 
Holly, Vt. 
Children of Van Renssalaer and Lydia: 

1 Delphos Dean Turner b l835 d 1925 m Wales B. 

Howard b I848 d 1923 s Sanborn and Mary (Red- 
mond) Howard of Washington, Me. 
a William Healy Howard b Aug 21, 1878 

m Charlotte Sibley res Belmont, Mass. _, ; 

1 Deacon William Howard, Jr. 

2 Helen Howard 

b Herbert H. Howard b Oct 28, I885 m Ruby White 
Res Brookline and Rockport, Mass. He is a 
prominent surgeon in Boston, grad Tufts and 
Harvard Med, Coll. 
1 Roger Howard • ' 

2 Luella Speed Turner b Feb 21, I855 d I929 

m Sumner Melville Handy s Dea. Sumner and Joann 

Handy of Palermo, Me, 

a Harry Handy m Josephine Ross res Pasadena, Cal. 

3 Alvah Marden Turner b 1858 d 1932 m Bessie Atkin- 

son who was b Pittsfield, Me. Rem Alpena, Mich,, 
where the children were born: 

a Eva Turner b July 26, I886 m at Alpena, Mich., 
Aug 15, 1917 Arthur Christopher son, banker. 
b Alpena Apr 26, 1887 d Alpena Hov 13, 1938 
s Christian and Gina Morton ( Tempe ) Chris- 
toff ersen. Christian was b Norway, was a 
deep sea sailor, later a lumberman. Resided 
in Alpena. 

Children, all born in Alpena: 
1 Fern Christopherson b May 17, 1918 
m Mar 21, 1949 George Mason, Jr., 
Res Montague, Mich. 
a Ronald Keith Mason b Nov 6, 1949 
b Robert Dalton " b Apr 15, 1951 
c Dale Arthur " b June 6, 1952 
d Gary Dawling " b Feb 1, 1954 



DESCMDMTS OP JOHN BEAU 45 

42-5 42-3 

127 

2 Arthur William Christopherson t Jan 19, 

1921 m June 19, 1948 Phillis Wright who 
was h Oct 4, 1928 dau Lester and Perthena 
Wright Res Midland, Mich. 
a Frederick Arthur Christopherson h Mar 31, 

1952 , 

"b Susan Gale Christopherson h Oct 2 1953 
c Nancy Lynne Christopherson h Nov 8, 1954 

3 Fred Marden Christopherson h May 6, 1923 

4 Alice Christopherson, twin of Fred d y 

5 Irving Lee Christopherson h Aug l5, 1924 

m June 26, 1948 Virginia Precour who was 
h Aug 30, 1928 dau Edward and Ad Lemister 
Precour Res Alpena, Mich. 

6 Ray Dean Christopherson, banker, h Apr 2o , 

1927 m July 21, 1951 Janice Jean Flickin- 
ger, at Dorset, 0., who was h Sept 2, 1928 
dau Clarence Lloyd and Maude Alda (Mason) 
Flickinger of Dorset, 0. Res 38147 Wil- 
son Ave., Willoughhy, 0. Ray contributed 
genereusly of his time and effort in ob- 
taining data on the descendants of [127c3] 
Alvah M. Turner 

7 Margaret Eva Christopherson b Oct 1, 1920 

m Sept 23, 1950 Gerald B. Smith, flue 
blower (cement plant) who was b Sept 11, 
192? Res First St., Alpena, Mich 
a Gerald Arthur Smith b Alpena Nov 23,1951 
b Gayle Lynn Smith b Jan 14, 1954 
Alvah Parker Turner b June 27, I888, statis- 
tician, Pickands, Mather Co. m 1909 Burt 
Kinzie. Res 3679 West Park Drive, Cleve- 
land, 0« 

1 Duane P. Turner b 19II not m 

2 Violet Turner b 1913 m 1936 Harry William 

Landreth, Jr. 

3 Alvah Turner b 1919 not m rs.c *. 
Violet May Turner b Apr 6, lo93 m-1 191° at 

Washburn, Wis., Walter Herman m-2 at Detroit 
Fred Stickel who was b 1922 at Smithport, Pa. 
d Apr 1954. Violet res Berlin, Md. , Address 
R D 1, Ocean City, Md. 

1 Howard Vernon Herman b July 4, 1917 1^ U.S. 
Navy 1940-46 Photographer, Philadelphia, Pa. 
Louella Grace Turner b Oct 7, 1890 d Dec I7, 
1943. m 1914 Dr. Albert A. Motley, veternar- 

ian, who d 1947 ^ . -,n^n 

1 Eugene Motley, fireman, b 1915 m m 19:59 

Mildred Miller who was b 1917 

a Judith Motley 

b Eugene " 

c Ann " 

d Carol " 

e Robert " , 

2 Elizabeth Motley b 1919 m Frank Maurer who 

was b 1913 

a Linda Louella Maurer 



4.6 BESCENDINTS OF JOHH DEAN 

42-4 42-4 

127 c 3 e Freda Van Turner t Feb 12, I895 m 1917 Rex E. 
Ward, chemist, Dow Chemical Co, res Midland, 
Mich. 

1 Emmet Ward, aeronautical engineer, h 1920 

m 1954 Pearl Hylton of W.Va. Bes Atlanta. 

2 Keith Ward b 1922 m 1944 Mary Ann Kennedy 

Bes Midland, Mich. 
a Garden Jean Ward b 1951 
f Margaret Alice Turner b Dec 6, 1903 m 1956 
John H. Stewart, Pres. and Gen, Mgr. Twin 
Pines Cooperative Milk Co,, of Detroit. 
Bes Detroit, 

1 Shirley Ann Stewart b Oct 18, 1942 
Children of Van Renssalaer and Hannah Turner: 

4 Lydia Turner, died in infancy 

5 Cassie Keen Turner, osteopathic physician at 

655 Congress St,, Portland, Me. The compiler of 
this book found in Cassie a fellow devotee of 
the art and practice of genealogy, who contrib- 
uted practically all the data on the descendants 
of [42] John Dean, except those of [127c3] Alvah 
M, Turner, as above noted. 



*• 



128 Luke b Francestown, N.H. , Sept 30, I803 
m Thankful Burgess, of China, Me. 

129 William b Palermo, Me,, June 21, I807 d Palermo 1809 

43 43 (AHW) 

Capt, EBEIIEZEr4 LEAH III, b Ledham July 7, I738 s [15] Eb- 

enezer II and Hannah (Morse) Dean 
(DB 66) bapt Dec I7 , I738 (DC I50) m July 7, 1751 (Mrs.?) 
ABIGAIL FALES who d Franklin Jan 8, I826 He d Franklin, 
noted as "Capt,", Jan 15, I82O* They apparently lived in 
Wrentham up to about 1775, then moved to Franklin, to which 
place his father had come, from Dedham. A History of 
Shrewsbury (AHW) tells that they came to that place about 
1790 and settled on the place where Balch Dean "now" (I847) 
lives. In 1792 they opened their house as a small pox hos- 
pital, as the spread of that "distemper" was general over 
the town. (AHW) 

Bev. War service: Ebenezer Dean, also given as "Jr.", of 
Wrentham was a Lieutenant in Capt, John Boyd's Co, of Min- 
ute Men, Col. Greaton's Begt, , assembled and marched on the 
alarm of Apr 19, 1775 t served 5 days; also as Lieut, in the 
same Co,, return of officers in Gen, Heath's Begt, dated 
May 20, 1775. Co, reported as stationed at Roxbury Camp; 
also Lieut, in 36th Begt., Co. return dated Fort Ho, 2, 
Oct 5, 1775, engaged Apr 24, 1775; also Lieut, in Capt, 
Aaron Guild's Co., list of officers granted orders by Pro- 
vincial Congress Apr 11, I776 for enlisted men to serve in 
a regiment to be raised to fortify the town and harbor of 
Boston, said Dean granted orders for Suffolk Co.; also Capt, 
A, Guild's Co., Col. Josiah Whitney's Begt. engaged Apr 11, 
1776, service to llov 30, I776, 7 months, 23 days, rolls 
dated at Hull, (MSSBW) 



DESCMDANTS OF JOM DEAU 47 

43-2 43-2 

130 

Children of Ebenezex and Atigail : 

130 Pa-al5 b Wrentham Aug 17, I762 Taught school in Dedham. 

Grad Harvard Medical School 1813. Practiced med- 
icine in Shrewshury for several years, JWD says he 
resided in Boston, d not m in St. Stevens, Ala. 
July 31, 1831 (D Reg 4-48) 

131 Irene b Wrentham Apr 26, I764 Had married Samuel 

Fisher of Westboro before her father went to Shrews- 
bury, They left Shrewsbury about 1798 (AHW) 

132 Julia b Wrentham Aug 20, I769 m at Shrewsbury May 4, 

1794 Timothy Blake of Franklin** 

133 Ebenezer IV b Wrentham May 4, 1773 m Oct 16, I796 at 

Rehoboth Mary Brown (Polly Brown ) of that place, 
d in Norfolk, Va, (AHW) JWD says he was a "seafaring 
man." MSR gives the death of an Ebenezer Dean at 
Dedham Oct 23, I854, aged 82 (b 1772) a farmer, 

Abigail b Franklin Jan 23, 1777* d Franklin Oct 24,1778* 

134 Abigail b Franklin Apr 12, 1779 

*135 Cyrus b Franklin Aug ^4, I783 Res Brookfield, Mass, 
m Nancy Howe (int) July 19, 1806 

References quoted: *Franklin Records **Shrewsbury Records 

45 45 

ICHABOD^- DEAN b Dedham Oct 11 I754 (DR 87) s [I5] Ebenezer, 
II, and Hannah (Morse) Dean bapt Oct 14, 1754 
(DC 156) d Franklin Sept 26, 182O m Wrentham Feb 19, 1778 
CHLOE POND (Wr R) She d Franklin Oct 23, 1821 (Fr R) 

Rev. War service; Ichabod was a Pvt. in Capt, Asa Fair- 
banks Co,, which marched on the alarm of Apr 19, 1775. ser- 
vice 8 1/2 days; also Corp. in Capt. Perez Cushing's Co,, 
return for travel allowance from home to camp at Boston 
where the Co, joined Col, Thomas Craft's (Artil.) Regt, 
sworn to Dec 7, I776; also Corp. in same Co,, same Regt, 

2 months to Jan 1, 1777, reported as promoted to Sgt, , 
served 1 month to Feb 1, 1777; e-lso Sgt, same Co, and Regt. 

3 months, 7 days to May 8, 1777;also as Corp, in Capt, Asa 
Fairbanks' Co,, Col. Benjamin Hawes' Regt, one month, 2 days 
to Oct 31, 1777 at Rhode Island, roll dated at Wrentham, 

(MSSRW) 
Children, all born in Franklin, Mass: 

136 Abigail^ b Apr 12, 1779 m Oct 1, 180I Peter Daniels 

of Providence, R,I, 

137 Betsy b Apr 21, I781 m Metcalf (NR 35-158) 

a Edgar Metcalf 
b Elmer Metcalf 



48 DESCEHDAHTS OF JOHII DEM 

45-2 45-2 

*138 Capt. Ichatod, Jr. 5 b Franklin. Mass. Oct 5, I783 
m-1 Betsey Adams Dec 22, I803 
m-2 Hannah Fisher Dec 25, I825 

47 47 

SETH^ DEAN b Dedham Oct S, 1760 (DR 96) s [15] Ebenezer and 

Hannah (Morse) Dean bapt Oct 12, I76O (DC I58) 
m May 23, I782 EDENA POND of Franklin who was b Bellingham 
(town next to Wrentham) Sept 1, I763 dau Oliver and Anne 
(Metcalf) Pond d Franklin Mar 13, 1852 aged 88 (Fr R and 
Pond Gen) "Ensign" Seth Dean d June 5, l834 (P-C B) 
Living in Wrentham in I846 (JWD) 

Children, births of all recorded in Franklin Records: 

139 Oliver b Feb 18, I783 d Franklin Dec 5, 187I 

m-1 1811 Caroline Francoeur b Wrentham Dec 25, 1790 
dau John (of France) and Caroline (b Southbridge, 
Mass.) Francoeur and d Franklin Oct 27, 1866 (MSR) 
m-2 Jan 1, I868 Mrs. louesa (Coff) Hawes , b Wrentham 
1815 dau Joseph and Sally Coff, who survived Oliver. 
After learning the English branches in the Town 
schools, Oliver studied Latin in the Framingham Acad- 
emy and Greek with Rev. Dr. Crane of Horthbridge. 
Then he began the study of medicine with Dr. James 
Mann of Wrentham, and continued with Dr. W. Ingalls of 
Boston, receiving his degree of M. D. from the Mass. 
Medical Society in I809. He practiced in Boston till 
1812, when he removed to Medway, but his health failed 
under his labors there, and in 1817 he left his pro- 
fession to assume the superintendency of the Medford 
Cotton Mills, a position which he held for nine years. 
In 1826 he was chosen Superintendent of the then young 
Amoskeag Mfg. Co., of Manchester, H.H. , and continued 
there for eight years as Superintendent, and till the 
time of his death as President. Having accumulated a 
fortune by skillful management, he retired to a farm 
in Framingham from 1834 to 1844. He resided in Boston 
till 1851, when he purchased part of a farm in Frank- 
lin, living there till his death in 187I. 

He devoted the last years of his life chiefly to 
plans for the education of youth, which resulted in 
the founding of an Academy in Franklin which bears his 
name, to which he gave some $250,000 while living, and 
an estimated $300,000 by will. He also made bequests 
to Tufts College, of which institution he was Presi- 
dent of the Board of Trustees. (Reg 26-103) 

140 Tryphena b Jan 11, I785 d Sept 7, I813 

*141 Sylvester b Apr 10, I790 

m Charlotte Cutter of Medway Jan 1, 182I (Mwy R) 



DESCMDMTS OP JOHN DEM 49 

48 48 

MTHMIEL^- BEAir t Dedham July 2, I76O (DR 96) s [I8] llathan- 

iel and Abigail (Ellis) Dean tapt July 6, 
1760 (DC 158) a Shrewatury Mar 15. l822 (Sh R) m on Oct 26, 
1799 REBECCA WHITIITG (DR 208) wdw Fisher Whiting whom she 
married in 1779 as Rehecca Fairbanks [50] (AHW) She was h 
Dedham 1758 d Boston Peh 10, I829 (Sh R) Nathaniel and his 
wife came to Shrewsbury in Oct loOO with her two children by 
her first marriage: Rebecca '»Vhiting b Dec 8. 1790 m in I809 
Thomas Knowlton, Jr.; Calvin Whiting b Oct o, 1794 (AHW) 



History of Milford, Ballou, I882 , states 

5 

5amuel P. Dean^ son of Nathaniel a 

freight master of the railroad, m Milford Feb 21, 



5 

142 "Samuel P. Dean^ son of Nathaniel and Rebecca Dean, 



^^s„•: 



1850 Delia M, Holbrook dau of Benjamin and Hannah* 

Holbrook, who was b Mendon Sept 20, I825 and d at 

Milford July 29, I867." 

*"Polley" per Mendon records. 

Records of all towns above fail to list children of 

this couple. 



49 49 



PHIITEAS ELLIS4 DEAH b Dedham Aug I8, I762 (DR 99) s [18] 

Nathaniel and Abigail (Ellis) Dean 
m June 22, I786 JERUSHA '.VHITE (DR 200) who d Feb 22, I832, 
aged 74 (DR 230 GSR) therefore b about I758. He d Apr 10, 
1834 (DR 230) His probate papers (NR 5452) mention John 
Dean and Richard Ellis, husbands of the two daughters. 

143 Betsy^ b Nov 2, I787 (DR I4I) (Dec 2 MSR) d Dedham 

Feb 22, 1870 "b Prancestown, H.H." (DR2 ) m Jan 7, 1813 
;■ [110] John Dean (DR 212), children given under his 
heading. 

144 Abigail Ellis b Dedham Apr 29, I789 (DR I4I) bapt Aug 

22, 1802 (DC 181) Richard Ellis of Dedham Jan 7, l8l3 
"""' (DR 212) (DC 117) s William and Olive (Fairbanks) 
Ellis. He was for many years Town Clerk of Dedham 
(D Reg 5-4) She d Canton Dec 26, I889 , aged 100 years 
and 7 months. (D Reg 6-IO6). Educated at Day's Acad- 
emy at Wrentham, taught in the Dedham schools I810 to 
1813 and again 1820 to I82I. The only centenarian 
5^ among the Dedham teachers. She was sometimes known as 
"Nabby." On her 100th birthday, a party in her honor 
was attended by her children, grandchildren, great 
grandchildren, and great great grandchildren, 
a Ann M. Ellis b Oct 8, 1813 (Fairbanks Gen) 

m John Endicott June 7, I838 

1 Frederick Endicott b Apr 2, l839 

m Charlotte E. 'Rense Res Canton, Mass 
a Charlotte M. Endicott 
b Helen E. Endicott 

2 William E. Endicott b Apr 1, I842 

Principal Gibson School, Dorchester, Mass. 

3 Marion E. Endicott b Feb 19, 1853 



50 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEAR 

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144 'b William Ellis t Dec 10, 1815 

m Jane Endicott of Canton, Mass., Jan 10, lojo 
c Calet Ellis t Feb 8, I818 res Boston 
d Franklin Ellis 

51 51 (C&W) 

GEORGE^- DEAU \) Dedham Oct 3, I766 s [18] Nathaniel and Abi- 
gail (Ellis) Dean (DR IO5) bapt Oct 5, 1766 
(DC 160) m RUTHA (RUTHY) MORSE i m Mar 7, I8OO (DR I68) 
who was h Canton, Mass., Dec 6, 178O He d Mont Vernon, N.H. 
Sept 8, 1872 They came to Prancestown, N.H. , soon after 
their marriage in I800. Owned the saw- and gristmill in that 
village, which he made profitable. In I817 removed to Hop- 
kinton, II. H. , and three years later to Dimharton, N.H. His 
last days were spent in Mont Vernon, N.H. 

Children, both born in Francestown: 

145 Caroline b Apr 23. I80I m Oct 23, l823 Pliny Whitney 

of Milford, (N.H.?) She d Milford May 8, 1886 

*146 George Ellis b Oct I8, 1808 
m-1 Augiista Kendall 
in-2 Alma (Holt) Bruce 

59 59 

SAMUEL holmes'*' DEAN b Dedham May 7, I767 (DR IO5) s [21] 

Jonathan and Elizabeth (Balch) Dean 
d June 17, 1825 (DR 230 GSR) m June I5, 1785 DEBORAH LEWIS 
[15] of Walpole dau John and Deborah (Fisher) Lewis (DR 205 ) 
l/lrs. Deborah Dean excommunicated Aug 18, 1830," (DC 198) — 
we wonder what her offense — very likely nothing more heinous 
than doing a washing on Sunday. Samuel was Selectman in 
Dedham 1799-1809 and rep. to the General Court from Dedham 
1807-08-15 (JWD). The wife, Deborah, and all six of the 
children were living at the time of the father's will, 
written May 31, I825 (NR 45-438) Deborah d Mar 29, l847(MSR) 

Children, all born in Dedham: 

147 Deborah^ b June 20, I790 (DR 137) bapt July 25, l802 

(DC 181) She taueiht the Clapboardtrees school in 1814 
(D Reg 5-64) m May 3, I82O Samuel Allen Gerould [47 J 
of Keene, N.H. (DR 2I4) He was a merchant in Keene, 
s Theodore and Ruth (Bowditch) Gerould, b 1793 in 
Wrentham , and a brother of James H. Gerould who m 
[162] Elizabeth Dean. Deborah d Jan 15, l86S 
a Samuel Allen Gerould, Jr. b Keene 182I m I850 Susan 
F. Piske of Wrentham. He was a merchant, with his 
father, in Keene. (Gerould Gen) 

1 Prances E, Gerould b 1851 Went to Vassar College. 
Became a Catholic and entered Sacred Heart Con- 
vent at Worcester as Sister Gabrielle. 



DESCEHMNTS OP JOHN DEAN 51 

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147 

147 ^ 2 Henry Fiske Gerould b I853 Pes in Keene 

3 Joseph Bowditch Gerould b 1856 Grad Dartmouth, 
Science Dept. , 1878, Harvard Medical School 1881 
Physician in II. Attlehoro, Mass. 
h Deborah Dean Gerould b Keene 1824 m I849 James W. 

Ranney, a doctor, of K.Y. City. She was educated 

at Mt. Holyoke Female Seminary. Res Keene. 

1 Emma E. Gerould b 1850 m 1870 Elijah P. Clark, a 
merchant, of N.Y. City. 
a Walter Gerould Clark b 187I 
b Margaret Elizabeth Clark b 1873 
c Elsie Blanche Clark b 1874 
d Mary Emma Clark b 1876 

e Ada Ranney Clark b 1879 
f Elijah Plagg Clark b 1868 

148 Julia5 b June 26, I794 (DR I49) bapt July 25, l802 

(DC 181) m Jesse Ellis Sept 26, 1822 (DR 215) 
a Julia Dean Ellis b July 21, 1823 (DR I49) m July 27, 
1847 George Everett s Dea. Willard and [158.5] 
Lucy (Dean) Everett who was b S. Dedham Peb 5, 1826 
d Boston Jan 6, 1881 Julia d Peb 10, I897. 
Children, born in S. Dedham: (Everett Gen) 

1 Alice Julia Everett b Aug 6, 1848 d Jan 22, l850 

2 Laura Caroline Everett b Nov 10, 1850 d July lo, 

1852 

3 Willard Eugene Everett b June 13, 1853 m Oct 2, 

1878 Ida E, Woodbury of Ashburnham, Mass., Res 
Turner's Palls, Mass. 

4 George P. Everett b Aug 7, I855 d Aug 23, I863 

5 Herbert Everett b July 23, I859 d Oct 25, 1887 
o Richard B. Everett b Jan 6, 1864 

b John Ellis b May 22, 1826 (DR I49) 
c Caroline Ellis b Peb 20, 1829 " 
d Alfred Ellis b Jan 13, 1833 " 
e Joel Ellis " 

149 Panny Lewis b 

*150 Dexter b 1801 d Dedham Peb 13, 1852 (DR2 MSR) 

m Martha Washington Vincent of Dedham Oct 23, I82I i(DC 

151 Samuel Holmes bapt July 25, l802 (DC I81) 

*152 Thomas Balch bapt July 7, I8II (DC I82 ) 

m Catharine S. Puller May I4, 1832 (DR 219) 



189) 



60 60 

PRANCIS'^ DEAN b Dedham Mar 24, I769 (DR I08) bapt Mar 26, 
1769 (DC 141) s [21] Jonathan and Elizabeth 
(Balch) Dean m July 22, 1799 HAIINAH MORSE of Canton (DR 207) 
who d "a widow" Oct 16, I043, aged 67 (DR 234), she was 
therefore b about I776. Francis taught two winters 1792-3 
and 1793-4 in the South School of the Second Parish of Ded- 
ham (D Reg 4-98). Francis and Hannah joined the church on 



0248231 



52 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEAN 

60-2 60-2 

July 26, 1801 (DC 176) They resided on the Eddy place in 
Prancestown, N.H. , for a few years, then went to Pitchhurg, 
(Kass.?) (AH^V) 

154 Harriett^ h Peb I8, I8OI (DB I42 ) 

155 Mary Ann b Nov 27, l802 " 

155 Prancis hapt July 7, 1805 (Shrewsbury R) (AHW) 

157 Charles Pinkney bapt Apr 26, l807 (Shrewsbury R) (AHW) 

158 Abigail C. b Pitchburg June 7, I827 m Stowell 

d May 21, I867 (DR2) This reference lists Abigail as 
dau of Prancis (of Dedham) and Hannah (of Canton), 
thus refuting the possibility, from the dates, that 
she might be a dau of [156] Prancis. 

61 61 

EBEIIEZER^ DEAN b Dedham May 24, I772 (RD 112) s [21] Jona- 
than and Elizabeth (Balch) Dean bapt May 24, 
1772 (DC 142) d Dedham Oct 23, I854 (DR2) m July 17 , I79I 
(DR 239) Sept 3, 1798 (Canton R) LOIS (LOUISA?) MORSE of 
Canton b July 24, 1775 ^^"^ Maj, Samuel and Lois (Wentworth) 
Morse, "Ebenezer and Lois his wife joined the church Sept 5» 
1830." (DC 197) Lois d Dec 1, I84I, aged 68 (DC 207 ) (MSR 
reports this date as 1842,) Adm of estate of Ebenezer lists 
heirs as "widow Lucy Everett, Mary wife of Ellis Morse, 
Eliza wife of George Porce, Martha wife of Josiah Bird, four 
children of deceased children, and petitioner, Ebenezer Dean. 
(NR 5423 Feb 10, 1855). It is reported that Ebenezer went 
to Shrewsbury in 1798, with his parents, but that after a 
few years they all returned to Dedham, (See [21] Jonathan 
Dean. 

158,5 Lucy^ b Jan 5. 1798 at Dedham d there June 8, I880 
(Everett Gen) m at Dedham May 27, I82I (DR 215) 
Deacon Willard Everett s Ebenezer and Sarah (Morse) 
Everett b Dedham (now Norwood) July 29, I795 d there 
Mar 18, 1851 Willard was chosen Deacon of the Second 
Church Jan I4, 1834, He started the business of furn- 
iture manufacture in I82O, admitted sons Willard and 
George to partnership with him in 1850, and later the 
other sons. The firm was dissolved in 1868, 
Children, born in Dedham: 
a Willard Everett b l822 ^ Nov 27, 1857 m Nov 28, 

1844 at Dedham Sarah R, Morse of Walpole 
b George Everett b Peb 5 1826 d Jan 6, I881 at Bos- 
ton m July 27, 1847 [148a] Julia Dean Ellis, 
Their children are listed with her, 
c John Edward Everett bapt Sept 4, 1831 d S, Dedham 
June 9, 1888 m-1 Dec 29, 1853 at Walpole Irene 
Dean Smith dau Warren and Irene D. Smith who was 
b Dec 22, 1829 d Norwood Nov 24, I863 m-2 at Ded- 
ham Peb 18, 1869 Mrs. Martha M. May dau Robert S. 
and Matilda May, 

1 Alice Lucy Everett b Mar I4, 1854 d Sept 22, 
1895 at Roxbu-ry m Sept 2. I880 at Norwood 
Herbert 11, Rhodes b Aug 18, 1850 s Aaron and 
Ruth S, Rhodes 



DESCMDAIITS OP JOHN DEAK 53 

61-2 61-2 

158.5 
150.5 c 2 Laiura Augusta Everett b Jan 9, 1861 d Aug 10, 

1861 

d Pjrancis Ellis Everett "bapt Sept 1, 1839 d July 16, 

1884 at Golden, Colo, m May I7 , l852 at Dedham 

Clara B. Hoyle dau Mark C. and Sarah E. Hoyle who 

was b Newhurgh, N.Y. 

1 Clara B. Everett "b Feb 15, 1863 

2 Edith M. Everett b Oct 30, I867 d Sept 3, I870 

159 Mary E.-^ b Dedham Mar 4, 1800 d Apr 27, 1868 {DR2) 
m Ellis Morse of Walpole Aug 18, 182O (DC 188 ) 

*l6o Ebenezer, Jr., b Dedham Mar 31, I81I (DR2) d Dedham 
Sept 11, 1871 (suicide) (DR2) m Mary Parrington 
Jan 1, 1838 (DC 202)-June 1. l838 (DR 222) 

161 Charlotte b Dedham Apr 5, I815 d Sept 29, 1854 (DR2) 

m Thomas I. Hunkings of New Chester. N.H. . Nov I6. 

1834 (DB 189) 

Pour children in 1855 (UR 5423) 

162 Eliza (Elizabeth?) B. (HR 5423) 

m George Porce Sept 19, I831 (DC 201) 

a Eliza A. Porce b Aug 28, 1835 d Jan 15, 1861 (DR2) 

163 Martha B. (HR 5423) 

m Josiah Bird of Walpole Oct 20, l822 (Walpole R) 
DR 215 gives the date as Uov 24, l822 

62 62 

BAICH'^ dean b Dedham Mar 7, I775 s [21] Jonathan and Eliza- 
beth (Balch) Dean bapt Apr 2, I775 (DC 143) 
m at Shrewsbury Nov 20, I8OO MARTHA BRIGHAM dau David and 
Martha Brigham b 1782 d Worcester, Mass., Oct 20, 1865 (MSB) 
The marriage is reported in the Shrewsbury Records. They 
were living at Shrewsbury in 1846 (JY/D) He d Worcester 
Mar 30, 1856 Worcester Co. Records show many purchases and 
sales of land by Balch. 

164 Elizabeth5 b Shrewsbury Dec 31, I80I (Sh R) 

m James Harvey Gerould [49] of Keene N.H. , previ- 
ously of Wrentham June 6, I827 (Sh R) He was b in 
1798 a son of Theodore and Ruth (Bowditch) Gerould 
and was a brother of Samuel A. Gerould, who m [147 J 
Deborah Dean. The Gerould genealogy lists no chil- 
dren for this couple. 

67 67 

JOSEPH^ DEAN III, b Dedham July I7, 1735 (DR 63) s [25] 

Joseph II and Hannah (Baker) Dean m at 
Dedham Apr 6, 1757 SARAH BAKER of Dedham (DR 93) The name 
of the groom is given as "Joseph, Tertius" in the intent 
(DR 119) Sarah d Dedham July I4, I818 , aged 75 (D Reg 3-141) 



54 DESCMDMTS OF JOHN DEM 

67-2 67-2 

165 

This reference speaks of her as "widow" of Joseph, appar- 
ently an error. Adm of estate of Joseph (WR 5443' dated 
May 5 1829 lists heirs: "no widow, Molly French, deceased" 
(Mary), "Sarah Holmes and Baamah Draper." 

Revolutionary War service: MSSRW lists three different 
references to service "by "Joseph Dean, of Dedham," in one 
case the name "being given as Joseph Dean, Jr., Whether the 
"Jr." is used to denote a Joseph, son of Joseph, or to indi- 
cate the younger of two contemporary Josephs is not known by 
your scribe. Heither can he identify a particular Joseph 
with the name of the Parish of Dedham given in two of the 
references. Hence all three of the references are here 
ouoted for such information as the reader may glean 
therefrom: 

Joseph Dean of Dedham, Pvt, in Capt. Daniel Draper's Co., 
Col. Davis' Regt, , which marched on the alarm of Apr 19, 
1775 f-fom the Third Parish of Dedham, service two days. 

Joseph Dean of Dedham, Corp. in Capt. David Fairbanks' 
Co, of Minute Men, Col, Heath's Regt. , which marched on the 
alarm of Apr 19, 1775. service 2 days; also Corp. in Capt. 
David Fairbanks' Co., Col, Mc Intosh's Regt., served 4 days. 
Co. marched to Roxbury Mar 4, 1776, roll endorsed "service 
at Dorchester Heights;" also Corp. in Capt, Timothy Stow's 
Co,, Col, Ephriam Wheelock's Regt., discharged ITov 11, 1776, 
Co, stationed at Ticonderoga, 

Joseph Dean, Jr,, of Dedham, Pvt. in Capt, Aaron Fuller's 
Co, of Minute Men which marched on the alarm of Apr 19, 1775 
from the First Parish in Decham, service 2 days. 

Children of Joseph and Sarah, all born in Dedham: 

165 Mary (Molly) b Mar 24, I758 (DR 110 ) d before May 1829 

m Benjamin French Apr 25, 1775 (DR 199) 

166 Eleanor b Feb 25, I76I (DR 110) d June 9, I785 (DR 228) 

167 Sarah ("Sally") b Jan 8, 1764 (DR 110 ) 

m John Holmes [I06] Jan 18, I797 (DR 209) s John and 

Mehitable (Hewins) Holmes b Sharon May 20, 1753 and d 

Feb 12, 1802 (Holmes Gen) 

Children, all born in Sharon: 

a Jeremiah Holmes b 1775 ^ soon after 

b Mehitable Holmes b I777 m Moses Gay, Jr, , as his 2nd 

wife, a school teacher 

1 Julia Ann Gay b I803 taught school in Dedham 
d 1888 
c Jeremiah Holmes b I779 d Dedham 1859 m at Dedham 

Priscilla Richards, b 1784 

1 Mary Richards Holmes b Dedham 1813 m 1841 at 

Dedham to Addison Boyden ^ o-f 

2 Anna Bliss Holmes b l8l5 

d "Dene" (Dena) Holmes b I78I m 1805 David Baker s 
Joseph and Monica (Gay) Baker of W. Dedham 
1 Anna Holmes Baker b 1806 
2 Baker b 1808 

3 David Addison Baker 

4 Baker b l8l2(?) 

e Esther Holmes b 1783 d 1818 not m 
f Anna Holmes b I785 



DESCEHDAUTS OF JOHN JEM 55 

67-3 67-3 

q 168 

168 Naamah'' Id May 24, I77I (DR 110 ) 

m Daniel Draper of Dover May 14, 1793 (DR 205) He was 
b Dover Fet 10, I763 Res W. Dedham. The Draper Gen., 
as reported by FS, lists "Namiir" {[IO4J Wamah) dau 
Joseph and Hannah (b I744) as the bride in this wedd- 
ing. This is an error — see probate record above, 
a Sally Draper b Dec I793 d Aug 11, 1795 

71 71 

lUKE^ DEM b Dedham May 29, I75O (DR 8I ) s [25] Joseph II 

and Hannah (Baker) Dean d Mar 18, 182 5 (FS) 
1 m Aug 16, 1771 (DR 123) REBECCA RUSSELL of Dedham who d 
in 1824. They moved to Dover, Mass., shortly after the 
wedding. 

Revolutionary War service: Luke was a Pvt. in Capt. Ebe- 
nezer Battle's Co. of the Fourth Parish in Dedham, served 
9 days, probably on the alarm of Apr 19, 1775; also as Corp. 
in Capt. Daniel 'JVhiting's Co., Col. Jonathan Brewer's Regt. , 
muster roll dated Aug 1, I775 enlisted May A, I775 served 
3 months 5 days; also Co. return dated Oct b, 1775; also as 
Pvt. in Capt. Ebenezer Battle's Co., Col. Mc Intosh's Regt., 
pay abstract for rations and mileage, service 5 days in Mar 
1776, at the fortifying of Dorchester Heights; also Corp. in 
Capt. John Ellis' Co., Col. Thomas Poor's Regt., served 8 
months 8 days, Co. raised to fortify passes of Korth River, 
N.Y. ; also same Co. and Regt. June to Sept I778, pay roll 
dated at Ft, Clinton ; also same Co. and Regt,, Uov and Dec, 
pay roll dated at King's Ferry, 

Children, all born in Dover except John C. : (Dover Records) 

169 Rebecca5 b Kov 4, 1776 

m Artemas Adams May 27, l802 (Dov R) 

170 Catherine ("Gate") b Sept 1, I778 d Oct 15, 181I (DC 

281 GSR, Dedham) m Abner Atherton of Dedham June 18, 
1800 (DR 208) 

a Catherine Atherton bapt Dedham Oct 7 l802 (DC 95) 
b Abner Atherton bapt Dedham Oct 28, I8OA (DC IO4) 

(Date given as Oct 23, 1804 in DR I48 ) 
c Mary Ann Atherton b Oct 25, 1806 (DR I48) 
d Amanda Atherton b Mar I7, l809 (DR I48) 
e Harriet Atherton b July 16, 1810 (DR 149) 

*171 Richard b May 10, I781 

m Carolina ("Cally") Herring Feb 25, 180I (DC 187) 

172 Betsey b Apr 6, I783 d Aug 16, I849 (DC 28I) 

m Apr 5. 1812 Abner Atherton, former husband of her 
sister "Gate." (DC 217) He d Dec 24, 1847 (DC 28I ) 
She d Aug 16, 1849 (GSR Dedham) 
a Daniel Atherton b Jan 1 , 1813 (DR I49) 
b Faxon Dean Atherton b Jan 29, I815 (DR 149 ) He under- 
took, for those early days, a very long migration — 
to California, in about 1840, "went into banking. 



56 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEAH 

71-2 71-2 

172 b marriecl a native, and in time was one of the most 

prominent citizens of San Mateo." (Yankee Exodus. 

Holbrook, 1950, p 147 ) , „ ■^^V 

c Martha Ann Winchester Atherton b Aug lb, I820 (DR / 
d Uriah Atherton h Feb 27, 1822 (DR I49) 
e Otis Atherton b Apr 4, 1824 " 
f Caleb Atherton b Aug 26, IO26 " 

173 Moly (Polly--PS) b Jan 16, I786 

m Simon Plympton of Dedham May 27, I808 (DR 210, DC I87 ) 

174 Joseph b Apr I4, 1788 died young (PS) 

*175 Faxon b Sept 8, 179I 
m Polly (Adams?) 

176 Hannah b Feb 25, 1794 

m John W. Adams II of Medfield IIov 8, I8IO (DC 217~ 
also Dover and Medfield Records) 

177 Roxana ("Roxy") b Mar A, 1797 

m Edward Breck Jxily 2o, lolb (Medfld R) He was in 
Union, Me., in 1820 (Hist. Medfield--Tilden) 
a It. Commander Joseph Barry Breck, b China, Me,, 
July 12, 1828, d during the Civil War (Reg 83-488) 
may have been a son of Edward and Roxana. 

*178 Colburn b June 23, 1799 

m-1 Temperance Blake (FS) m-2 Mary WilbuJr of Taunton 

179 John C. b Mar 13, 18OI Believed to have died young (FS) 
77 77 (WDE) 

SAliUEL4- DEAH s [28] Faxon and Mehi table Dean, according to a 

sketch written by himself in the family Bible 
of his son and in possession of Willis Morris Dean of Men- 
dota. 111., "was born in Mansfield, Windham Co., Conn.," on 
Aug 4, 1755* "^'iy parents moved to South Brimfield, Mass. , 
in 1757; lived with them till I782, then I moved to West- 
field, Mass., and lived there until l802, then moved to Mar- 
tinsburgh, II. Y. , County of Oneida (The fourth family in the 
town, • I left Martinsburgh Sept 5. I814, for the State of 
Ohio, and arrived at Dover Oct 4th." m at Westfield, Mass. 
Jxme 17, 1784 MARY WELDER, who died at Martinsburgh May 30, 
1812. He died Apr 8, i8aO at the home of his son Aaron 
Waller Dean at Rockport (now Rocky River), Ohio. He was a 
Revolutionary soldier and was awarded a pension (Pension 
Certificate Ho. 7752, Pittsburg and Ohio Agency.) 

*l85 Chester^ b Westfield, Mass., Apr 6, I785 
m-1 Lucy Smith at Dover, 0., Jan 9, 1814 
m-2 Abigail Taylor at Rockport, 0., Mar 15, 1818 

186 Philotte b Westfield, Mass., Oct 5, 1785 m Martinsburgh, 
II. Y., Oct 3, 1805 Apollos Moore, who was b in Mass. or 
Conn. Dec 2, 1782 and d Lowville, 11. Y., I865. 



DESCMDMTS OP JOHN DEAN 57 

77-2 77-2 

(■ 186 

l86 a Mary Moore t Jan 25, 1809 d Rome N.Y. , Aug 29, 
1876 m lowTille, H.Y. , Dec 26, 1830 Rev. William 
Ward Kinde (Episcopal) He was b Lyons, H.Y. , 
Dec 2, 1809 d Pet 27, I845 

1 William Xavier Ninde "b Cortlandville (now Cort- 

land) N.Y. , June 21, 1832 d Jan 3, I90I at the 

Episcopal Res, , Detroit. He was a "bishop. The 

church in Detroit was thereafter called the 

Hinde Memorial Church. 

m 1857 Sophronia Elizaheth Palley h Pulton, N.Y. 

1834 d Detroit Jan 5, 1903 

a Mary Louise Ninde h May 21, 1858 m I909 Prank 
D. Gamewell. Both missionaries to China, 
stationed at Shanghai. No children. 

t Rev. Edward S. Ninde h Jan 1, 1866 not m. 
Pastor ME Church, Providence, R.I., 1922 
Pastor ME Church, West Chester Pa. 

c George Palley Ninde h Peh 28, I078, not m. 
In 1916 was studying for Ph. D. at Harvard. 

2 Henry Summerfield Ninde h Apr 16, l835 a't Adams, 

N.Y. Worked in a printing office, studied Civil 
Engineering, at 19 received an appointment on 
the Black River Canal, surveys and railroad con- 
struction to 1857, 12 years Postmaster at Rome, 
N.Y. . active locally and nationally in the YMGA. 
m l8b0 Eliza A. Lawton of Rome, N.Y. Res Rome, 
a Prederick Lawton Ninde 

h Eleanor Louise Ninde accountant not m. 
c William Edward Ninde h Rome, N.Y. , Dec 5, I865 
Assoc. Prof. Mech. Engineering at Syracuse 
Univ. in 1916. m 1902 Luella Vern Stark of 
Ft. Wayne, Ind. , who had heen a medical stu- 
dent at Syracuse Univ. 
d Clara May Ninde Id Rome Nov 4, I867 Teaches 

music and geography in Rome schools, 
e George Palley Ninde "b Rome, N.Y. , Nov 10, I870 
mechanical engineer, designer of structural 
steel. Instructor, Engg. Dept. at Harvard in 
1916. m 1902 Ellen A. Pales 

1 Eleanor May Ninde h Aug 20, I904 

2 George Edward Ninde h July 11, 1907 

f Ward Henry Ninde h Rome, N.Y. , July 10, I08O 
Grad in Architecture at Syracuse Univ. 1905* 
With architects in Boston designing struc- 
tural steel, m 1909 Mahel Barter Adsit of 
Syracuse, who also grad in Architecture at 
Syracuse Univ. 
1 Constance Ninde h Sept 12, 191I 

3 George Heher Ninde h Mar 30, 1838 at Oswego, N.Y. 

d Aug 6, 1838 at Syracuse 

4 Edward Payson Ninde h Rome, N.Y. , Oct I7 , I04I 

d Ypsilanti, Mich., Mar 20, I865 
t Nelson E. Moore h I81I d Cleveland, 0., 1880 He was 
three times married, had children hy the third wife 
only. Many years in charge of the upholstery dept. 
of the Mich. Central RR. at Detroit. 



58 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEM 

77-3 77-3 

186 c Morris Moore° "b l8l3 d Lowrille, N.Y. , from a fall in 

his carpenter shop, m Electa Stevens 

1 Julia Moore m Louis Scott Bes Lowville, N.Y. 

a Charles Scott d y 
"b Clara Scott m Fred R. V/ynn 
1 Harold Wynn t ahout 1905 

2 Charles Moore m Addie Arthur He d Springfield, 

Mass., where he had heen living for some time. 

Family rem Lowville, K.Y. 

a Fay Moore druggist in Lowville 

3 Clara Moore m John Beatty res Utica, N.Y. no ch. 

4 Frank D. Moore m "Deck" Arthur res Lowville, N.Y. 

a J. Yale Moore is a real estate and insurance 
man with his father at Lowville. 

5 Mary "Minnie" Moore m Shepard, several ch. 

d John Milton Moore h 1815 Res Syracuse d there I89I 

m Ada Crull no children, but adopted one 
e Francis Moore h Lowville, N.Y. , Uov 8, 1818 d in 

Syracuse ahout 1888 m no ch. 

f Franklin Moore h Nov 8, I818 (twin of Francis) 

d Washington, D. C, Jan 10, 1906 Grad Union College 
1843 t taught in Lowville Academy, Prin. Borne Academy 
for 12 years. After 1862 connected with Bureau of 
Pensions, Washington, D. C. Considered the highest 
authority on the Board of Pension Review, 
m Helen Johnson, deceased 

1 Ambrose Clark Moore 

2 Frank Nelson Moore m Mary Donahue, deceased 

Res '.Vashington, D, C. 

a Ambrose Clark Moore not m Vice Pres. Safety 

Car Heating and Lighting Co., of Chicago 
b Fannie Moore m-1 Herbert G. Hopkins no ch. 
c- m-2 Jean Hawley no ch. Bes Washington, D, C. 

187 Sarah-' b Westfield, Mass., Apr 15, 1789 d Kelley's 

Island, 0. Mar 21, 1864 m Lowville, N.Y. , Aug 21, 18II 
Datus Kelley who was b Middlefield, Conn. Apr 24, I788 
s Daniel and Jemima (Stow) Kelley. Datus' uncle Joshua 
Stow was one of the original owners in the Western 
Reserve. For a wedding trip Datus and Sarah went out 
into the western wilds, in Ohio. Her brother Chester 
and sister Cynthia went with them — by team to Sackett's 
Harbor, boat to Port Erie, team to Chippewa, and the 
schooner "Zephyr" of "45 tons burden" from Blackrock to 
Cleveland, where they arrived in the middle of October, 
1811, having visited Niagara Falls en route. Datus and 
his bride kept house in a warehouse at the mouth of the 
Cuyahoga River for a few weeks, pending the selection 
of a farm. They settled on land about a mile west of 
Rocky River, for which they paid $3.l8 per acre. Here 
their neighbors were mostly friendly Indians. Travel- 
ing to and from Cleveland was mostly in canoes and 
small boats, as the roads were rer^ bad. Malls were 
carried twice a week between Cleveland and Detroit on 
horseback. For twenty years they pioneered in survey- 
ing and building roads, clearing up the land, and 
raising the necessary crops. In 1833 Datus and his 
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of what is now Kelley's Island. In 1856 they moved 
there and spent the rest of their lives developing the 
island. They huilt school houses and a town hall, 
hotel, docks and boats, and built up a business in 
shipping limestone, cedar posts and pork. The Kelley 
Island Lime and Transport Co, grew out of this begin- 
ning. Just this last year (1956) one of their original 
boats, the Island Queen, was sold to the wreckers, 
after many years of service in transporting passengers 
and freight. Sarah Dean mothered the Island community 
and was a good friend to all, and nursed and doctored 
them tirelessly. Truly a pioneer. 

River); 
Children of Datus and Sarah, all b Rockport (now Rocky/ 

187 a Addison Kelley" b June 11, l8l2 rem Kelley 's Island 

1834 d there Jan J>1, 1895 m Oct 12, 1837 Ann Marilla 
Millerd who was b Pittsfield, Mass., Jan 21, I818 
and d Kelley 's Island Sept 3, I885 

1 Frederick Kelley b K's Id. July 20, 1838 d Apr 24, 

1864 m at K»s Id. Jan 22, 1863 Angeline Woodford 

Lived at Kelley's Island, except in winter. 

a Fredrena Kelley b K's Id. May 17, 1864 m there 

Dec 18, 1888 Titus C. Hamilton who d 1913 

She resided in Cleveland, 0. 

1 Addison Hamilton b Oct 9, 1869 d July 24,1892 

2 Frank Eaton Hamilton b Apr I4, 1892 

m Mar 4, I919 Katheryn Shelby of Sandusky 
Res Sandusky, 0. No children. 

3 Jeenette Hamilton b Sept 12, 1899 iio* m» 

Res Cleveland, 0. 

2 Sterling Herman Kelley b May 15. 184I d Jan 21,1844 

3 Edward Datus Kelley b Feb 2b, 1843 d Feb 1, I847 

4 Francis Millerd Kelley b Kelley's Island Aug 5. 

1844 d Washington, D. C, while on a winter trip 
Dec 14, 1916 m Nov 22, 1882 Mary Dunlavy Boake. 
Was allied with steamboats about the Lake Erie 
islands, also managed the Kelley Island Wine Co. 
a Miriam Kelley b Nov 7, 1883 d May 17, 1886 

5 Everett Clapp Kelley b July 21, 1846 d Nov 5, I875 

Not married. 
b Julius Kelley Feb 3, 1814 d Kelley's Island Nov 3, 
1883 m Mar 9, 1836 Mary Adams Hitchcock 

1 Samuel Heber Kelley b Oct 9, 1837 d June 18 , I852 

2 Mary Caroline Kelley b June 10, 1839 d Berkeley, 

Cal. m June 11, l853 William L. Mott who d Sept 9, 

1883 They resided in Berkeley Cal. 

a Hobart D. Mott b Apr 23, iBbA d Sept 2, I867 

b Mabel H. " b Nov 4, l88b d Nov 16, 1894 

c Mary B. " b Apr 20, 1869 

d Ethel " b Mar 17, 187I d Sierra Park 

Colony, Cal. May 22, I898 m Walter G. Uridge 

Dec 29, 1892 

1 Douglas Walter Uridge 

2 V/alter James Uridge 

e Douglas Kelley Mott b Jan 30, I873 d Mar 11, 
1896 



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187 t 2 f William Warner^ Mott b llov 23, I874 

g Prank Chetwood " t Apr 15, 1870 d 1896 

h Amy Sering " t Aug 13, I80O 

3 Douglas Ottinger Kelley b Jan 28, 1844 d I918 

m Apr 30, 1874 Annie Amelia Fletchex. He was an 

Episcopal minister in San Francisco Cal. 

a Tracy Randall Kelley "b Jan 17, I876 

b Norman Douglas " "b Aug o, l877 

c Ernest Fletcher " b Sep I4, l878 d Uov 3./ 

d Reginald Heber " b Jan 23, I880 I878 

e Harold Hitchcock " b Feb 20, I884 

f Lynwood Julius " b Nov I6, I885 

g Leslie Constance " b June 6, I887 

h Hubert Wood " b Nov Q, I888 

4 Zinah H. Kelley b June 10, I847 d in Cal. 

c Daniel Kelley" b Sept 26, I815 d Rockport, 0., Jan A, 

1836 Not m. 1818 

d Samuel Kelley b June 23, I817 d Rockport, 0., Aug I6/ 
e Emeline Kelley b Rockport, 0., June 10, 1819 d in 
Denver, Cole, Dec 25, I909 m Nov 7, l837 George 
Cabot Huntington of the old family of that name of 
Uorwich, Conn. 

1 Erastus Huntington b Aug 15, I838 d Cleveland 

July 31, 1907 m at Kelley's Island Sept 16, I863 
Elzina Hamilton Res Kelley's Island, then in 
Cleveland. 

a Simon Huntington b Dec 21, l856 m Oct 4, I888 
Mary Castning Res Cleveland 

1 Erastus Huntington b Jan 15, 1890 He was 

a dentist in Cleveland. Not m. 

2 Ruth Huntington b May 9, 189I Not m. Res 

Cleveland 
b Stella Huntington b Dec 22, 1876 

2 Simon Huntington b Dec 15, 1839 d Jan 19, I863 

from wounds received at battle of Stone River 
on Dec 30, 18d2 Hot m. 

3 Daniel K, Huntington b Mar 28, I845 m June I8, 

1867 Emma Farr of Rockport, sister of Mrs. Alfred 
S. Kelley, below. Res Kelley's Island till I880 
a George Farr Huntington b Feb 7 1871 d 1875 
b Fannie Huntington b July I4, 1876 m Sept 22, 
1897 Orson Upp Res North Olmsted, 0. 

1 Philip A, K. Upp deceased (All lived 

2 Albert " (at North 

3 Margery " (Olmsted, 

4 David " " (removed 

5 George " (to 

6 Gordon " " (Cleveland 

c Allie V/. Huntington b Oct 24, I879 m Fred) 

Tuttle Res N. Olmsted no children ) twins 
d Alfred K. Huntington b Oct 24, I879 d 1880) 
6 Minerva Agnes Huntington b Sept 9, 1883 
m Clarence Case res Rochester, N.Y. 
1 Leroy Case 

4 Joseph Huntington b Feb 10, 1850 m-1 Theophania 

Haynes May 2C , I877 Res Denver, m-2 Eva 

a Theophania Huntington b Jan 20, I880 m Ralpl 
Crawford, Geolopy Prof, Boulder, Colo, no ch 



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" 187 

187 f Caroline Kelley t Rockport, 0. Apr 15, 182I died at 
Kelley's Island Jan 4, 1902 m Charles Carpenter 

1 Lester Carpenter b Kelley's Island Apr 11, 104b 

m there Feh 18 , 189I Jessie Christie Rohertson of 
Edinburgh, Scotland. Res Kelley's Island till 
Lester d Apr 9, 1916 
a Douglas Carpenter h at K.I. Dec I7 , logi 

Res Cleveland. Not m. 
h Dorothy Carpenter h Apr 13, 1896 at Kelley's 

Island m Nov 20, 1919 Alhert Bush Res Clevel'd 

1 Rohert Bush h I92I in Cleveland 
c Kelley Carpenter h May 22, l897 a* Kelley's Id. 

Res Cleveland 
d Lester Donald Carpenter h May 20, 191I at 

Kelley's Island Res Cleveland 

2 Alida Carpenter h Kelley's Id. Apr 18, 104° 

m Nov 7 1870 David Seaton , who d in Kans. 
Alida lived with daughter Minerva in Elyria, 0. 
a Minerva Seaton h Mar 2, I872 not m living 

with her mother at Elyria, 0. 
h Charles Carpenter Seaton h Jan 6, I074 

Res Elyria, 0. . ^ ;, 

c Arthur Seaton h Oct 19, l875 married and 

lived at H. Yakima, Wash. 

3 Mary H. Carpenter h Kelley's Id. Oct 25, lo54 

m Aug 22 1877 Thomas F. Ward He d Denver, Colo. 
Mary with dau Alice lived abroad; England, France, 

rAlice^L!'ward h June 13, I878 d June 21, I878 
h Alice C. Ward h Sept 7, I879 not m Lived 
abroad with her mother. 

4 Sarah Dean Carpenter h Kelley's Id. Oct 9, I050 

m at K.I. Apr 24, l883 I>avid Moysey Res K.I. , 
Elyria. then IT. Yakima, Wash. Operate fruit ranch, 
a Lynn D. Moysey h Feb 22, I884 d Jan 1905 
b Mildred K. Moysey b Oct 7. 1888 res I. Yakima 
c Mabel Moysey ) twins ^ ^ 

d Florence Moysey) b Jan 9, loog 
Daughters went to Columbia Univ., were teachers 
g Betsy Kelley^ b Rockport, 0. Dec 18 , 1823 d Dec 29. 

1901 in Atlanta, Ga. m William S. Webb children all 

born at Kelley's Island, 0.: 

1 Sarah Webb b June 18, 18a6 d July 29, 1915 at 

Denver Colo, m June iS, I868 Jacob Rush of K.I. 
Res Kelley's Island, then Larned, Kan. He was a 

banker. , „ -, 0/-^ 

a Elizabeth Rush b Sylvia, Kan. June 2, 10b9 

m llov 13, 1889 Oscar Norwood. Res Kans., 

Okla. , then Denver, Colo. 

1 Rush Norwood b Oct 22, I09O 

2 Joseph A. " b Feb A, 1902 

3 Alan " b May 28, 1899 „^q 
b Isabell W. Rush b Feb 23. 1872 d Apr 2. I888 
c Edna S. " t Aug 1, 1873 not m 

d William Webb " b Feb 5, 1875 ^ ^^, ^ , ,QQn 
e Charles C. " b Feb 1, 188I d Feb 11, 1881 



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187 git Laura Rush" b June I4, 1884 
m Henry G. Blackwell 
1 Stanley G. Blackwell t July 1, 1909 

2 Isabella We'bb7 b May 9, 1854 at Kelley's Island, 0. 

Grad Northwestern Univ. m July 30, 1879 Rev. 
Edward L, Parks. Res Zelley's Island, Iowa, 
Atlanta, Washington, D.C. She was well known in 
women's affairs as a lecturer; he as an educator 
of the colored people, in charge of colored 
universities. 

a Julia Parks b Mar 17, l883 m Dec 25, I915 
Alexander Marcus at 7/ashington, D.C. 
Res New York City. 
1 Neba Marcus 
b Sarah Rush Parks b Jan 28, 1885 not m, teach- 
ing in New York City Normal College. 
c George Parks b Dec 15, 1886 m Ruth Spalding 

in 1920 He is a patent lawyer, res '!7ashgtn, 
d Emma Parks b Oct 20, I888 not m res with par- 
ents in Washington. 
e Charles ',7. Parks b Aug 24, 1890 res Washington 
f Frances W, Parks b Dec 11, 1896 d May 27, I897 
g Isabelle Rush Parks b Dec 18 l897 

3 Charles Chamberlin Webb b Aug lb, 1858 Graduate 

of Simpson Centenary College m Sept 11, I89O 
Julia M. Taskett of Bloomfield Twp. , Polk Co., 
Iowa. Res Kelley's Island, Lamed, Kan., Iowa, 
Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 

a Ethel W. 7/ebb b Nov 12, I89I m I92I 

b William H. Webb b Sept 1, 1893 Grad Columbia 

Univ. Chemist. Not m. Lieut, U.S. Army. 
c Julia Louise 7/ebb b Oct 29, 19^3 not m lives 
with parents at Mt. Vernon, N.Y. 
h Alfred Stow Kelley b Bockport, 0., Dec 25, 1826 

d Cleveland Feb 21, I9OI m Hannah Farr, sister of 
Mrs. Daniel Huntington, above. 

1 Hermon Alfred Kelley b Kelley's Island, 0. May I5, 
1859 Grad Buchtel College, Harvard Law School, 
Univ. Goettingen, Germany. Admiralty lawyer, 
Cleveland. Compiler of "History of the Kelley 
Family," 1897 , as relayed through WDK to the 
present publication, m Cleveland Sept 3, I889 
Florence Alice Kendall, dau Capt. Fred A. Ken- 
dall, U.S. Army. 

e Virginia Kelley b June 1, 1890 m June 18 , I914 
Arthur C. Newberry of Sandusky, 0. She d 
June 28, 1914 
b Alfred Kendall Kelley b Sept 22, 189I Grad 
Yale and Harvard Law School , mot m, prac- 
ticing law in Cleveland 
c Hayward Kendall Kelley b Aug 24, 1897 Grad 
Cornell Univ. in Engineering, Harvard in 
Business Administration. 
i William Dean Kelley b Rockport, 0., Sept 7, 1828 
d Kelley's Island Sept 12, I892 m [487] Marcella 
Dean 

1 Irving TT. Kelley b Jan 3, 1857 m Anna McEldowney 
Res Chicago Heights, 111. 



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187 

187 i 2 William Datus Kelley b Kelley's Island, 0. May 11, 
1859 d Cleveland I95? m June I8, I894 Isabelle 
Silver of Tarrytown, N.Y, He grad Cornell Univ. 
1881 in Civil Engineering, employed by varioTis 
railroads, N.Y. Aqueduct, reconnaisance surveys 
through Ecuador and Peru for U.S. War Dept. 
Since 1894 i^i Ehgineering Contracting and Build- 
ing in New York City and Cleveland. Compiled a 
practically complete genealogy of the descend- 
ants of [77] Samuel Dean, as here quoted, 
a William Datus Zelley, Jr., b Yonkers, IT.Y. , 
Aug 25, 1905 Hes Cleveland, 0. 

*l88 Joseph^ b Westfield, Mass., Mar 9, 1791 m Martinsbujgh, 
W.Y. , Mar 18, I818 Sophia Eay 

*l89 Samuel, Jr., b Westfield, Mass., Jan 13, 1793 m Nov I4, 
1818 Effie Crull (Croul?) 

190 Mary b Westfield, Mass., Jan 10, I795 m Feb 5, 1819 

Curtis Gould. No children. A boy Scoville lived with 
them, but was not adopted, although he fell heir to 
their farm for faithful services. Probably living 
in Iowa. 

*191 Jerry b Westfield, Mass., Dec 25, I796 m Mar 29, l822 
Phoebe Ann Garrison 

*192 Harry b Westfield, Mass., Feb 6, 1799 m-1 May 7, I826 
Phoebe Leonard m-2 July 10, l833 Calista Luce 

193 Cynthia b Westfield, Mass., Feb 9, 180I d 1866 m in 

Lewis Co., N.Y. , Allen Peck, who had had two children 
by a previous wife, Ann Gilbert, viz.: William and 
Harriet Peck. 

a Leonard G. Peck m Helen P. Ballinger d Carthage, N.Y. 
Feb 24, 1904 

1 Harriet (Hattie) L. Peck, res Carthage, N.Y. , 

assistant to a doctor. 

2 Emma Peck res Carthage, N.Y. , teaching school. 

3 Susie Peck m Charles F. McDonald res White Plains, 

N.Y. He is in newspaper work. 

a Infant, twin of Hilda 

b Hilda McDonald b Water town, N.Y. , Jan I8 , 1896 

With publishing house in White Plains. Res 

with parents at V/atertown. 
c Marguerite McDonald b Mar 31, l899 ^ot m. 
d Muriel McDonald b Feb 27, 1903 at Lowville ,N.Y. 
e Edith McDonald b Carthage, N.Y,, May 10, 1906 

Res White Plains, N.Y. 
b Harriet Peck, not m, died a long time ago. 

*194 Aaron Weller b Martinsburgh, N.Y. , Oct 1, I803 
m-1 Esther Ann Weeks Nov 19, I829 
m-2 Achsah Whitwood 



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81 81 

195 

ORAEGE^- DEAU t Hadley, Mass., Sept 19, I767 s [28] Faxon and 

Mehetatle (Cleavland) Dean d Caledonia, II. Y. , 
Mar 28, 1842 m Nov 13, I788 PHEBE DOOLITTIE dau Bev. Phil- 
emon and Lydia (Hall) Doolittle who was b Wallingford, Conn, 
May 25, 1759 and d Caledonia, W.Y. , Oct 27, I818 

195 Esther^ b Westfield, Mass., Jan 19, I790 

m Johnson 

196 John Moore h Whatley, Mass., Dec 18, I79I 

d y, prohahly in Ohio 

*197 Philemon Doolittle h Sheffield, Mass., Mar 13, I794 
m Rebecca Kenney Jan 2, l822 

*198 Orange II b Sheffield, Mass., Apr 23, 1796 
m Julia Ann Puller Nov 21, 1815 

82 82 

JEREMIAH^- DEAN III b Dedham Oct 24, I743 (DR 72) s [30J 

Jeremiah II and Mary (?isher) Dean of 
Dedham. m-1 at Dedham May 12, I763 (DR 99) ABIGAIL DRAPER 
[2000] dau Daniel and Rachel (Pond) Draper, m-2 at Petersham, 
Mass. July I4, l802 (Pham R) JEMIMA (SOUTHWORTH) HOUGHTON, 
wdw pharez Houghton, and mother of the wife of his son, 
Daniel, (see [2031) Jeremiah d Petersham about l835t ^^ his 
92nd year (per [587] Seneca Dean s Daniel) Jemima d at 
Petersham Sept 2, 184O, aged 87 (GSR Pham). 

199 Abigail^ b Dedham Sept 1, I764 (DR I05) 

200 Eliphalet b Dedham Aug 9, 1763 (DR 105 )— probably an 

error for 1765. 

201 Jesse b Dedham Mar 13, I767 (DR I05) 

202 Abigail b Dedham Dec 25, I768 (DR I07 ) 

*203 Daniel b Petersham, Mass., Oct 4, I77I (Pham R) d at 
Wellsboro, Pa., Oct 10, I866, aged 95. (PB 203- GSR) 
m Jerusha Houghton [832] Dec 22, loOO (Pham R) dau 
Pharez and Jemima (Southworth) Houghton (Houghton Gen) 

204 Jeremiah IV b Petersham I774 or later. According to 

the Petersham Records "Dr. Jeremiah Dean of Newf ane , 
Vt., and Fanny Negus, i m July 2, 180I." "Studied 
medicine, m (Mary?)" Fanny "Negus, settled in Newf ane, 
Vt. , where he had an extensive practice. Had four 
children, two boys, two girls." (SFD [587]) 

205 Rachel bapt Sept 19, I779 (Athol R) m on Jan 28, l802 

Simeon Houghton [835] (Pham R). He was a brother of 
Jerusha, wife of Daniel. Quoting from History of Tioga 
Co. (Pa.) by R. C. Brown & Co., 1897 — "Simeon came 
with his family from Otsego Co., N.Y. , to Delmar Twp. , 



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205 
205 Tioga Co., Pa,, on Mar 10, I818 and located on a farm 

then covered ty primitive forest. 

a Catherine Houghton , widow of Oliver Bacon lived 
with their son Oliver in Delmar. 

b Ferris Houghton 

c Jemima Houghton 

d Jeremiah Houghton h Otsego Co., H.Y. , Apr 10, I813 
Came to Delmar with his parents, d on his farn 
Apr 30, 1886 m Susan F. Horton, dau Thomas Horton 

1 Charles Houghton, wagonmaker , Tiadaghton, Pa. 

2 Sylvester Houghton, wagonmaker, Wellshoro, Pa. 

3 Edgar Houghton , resident of Morris, Pa, 

4 Thomas Houghton, purchased his father's farm in 

Delmar, m Oct 9, 1888 Mary Vandergrift, dau 
James Vendergrift of Delmar, ch Mazie and Blanche 

e Olive Houghton 

f Ester Houghton 

The census of 1790, for Petersham, reports the family of 
Jeremiah Dean (III): 

"Males, 16 or over 2 (Jeremiah and Daniel) 
Males, under I6 1 (Jeremiah IV) 
Females 2" (the mother and Rachel) 

It is evident that the first child died young, as a later 
daughter was given the same name. We "believe that the next 
three children also died young, as no further records have 
heen found concerning them, [587] Seneca Dean stated, in his 
memoirs of the family, that Jeremiah (III) removed from Ded- 
ham to Petersham "somewhere ahout I765." We are inclined to 
place this date as some 4 0-^5 years later, as witness the 
dates of hirth of Jesse and the second Abigail in the Dedham 
Records. Seneca further comments on the move of Jeremiah 
to Petersham, "where he commenced opening a farm the soil of 
which was well supplied with rocks and timber of various 

kinds In the construction of his house he was somewhat 

aristocratic, as it was made of hewn timber, squared 12 by 6 
inches. " 

A deed, dated Apr I7 , 1799. Jeremiah Dean to Daniel 
Dean, (Worcester Co. Records 136-217) transfers land of 
about the same description as Daniel later sold as "being 
the farm on which I now live." This deed was signed by 
Jeremiah Dean only, no wife's signature therewith. At this 
time Jeremiah II had a wife, and Jeremiah III was a widower, 
whence it evolves that the deed was made by Daniel's father,, 
doubtless to serve the same purpose as a later will. (Uone 
such recorded. ) 

A Petersham tax list of 1814 notes: "Jeremiah Dean and 
son, 100 acres, a small house and barn, $ll88, northwest 
part of town, on the Turnpike." 

89 (HHS) 89 

AAR0k4- dEAH, merchant, b Dedham May I5, 1765 (DR 102) s of 

[30] Jeremiah II and Rebekah (Scott) Dean of 
Dedham. He served his apprenticeship in the store of Na- 
thaniel Meccarty at Petersham, Mass, , where at an early hour 
on the morning of Feb 4, 1787 he witnessed the hasty and dis- 



66 DESCENDMTS OP JOM DEM 

89-2 89-2 (HHS) 

orderly flight of Shays and his rehel army, leaving stacked 
arms and a warm "breakfast to comfort and refresh the jaded 
and half frozen troops of Gen, Lincoln, after their night 
march from Hadley. Soon thereafter, he came to Charlestown, 
U.H. , and started merchandizing, which pxirsuit he followed 
for nearly 40 years, retiring in favor of his nephew. Dean 
Conant. He was President of the first Bank of Charlestown 
in 1824 director I824-29. m Nov 4, 1790 PHYIA WALKER dau 
Col. Ahner Walker, h (1773) cl Nov 15, 1849 (GSR Chstn) 
Aaron d Charlestown July 22, 1829 (GSR) 

Children, all horn in Charlestown: 

206 Nathaniel b Apr 2, I79I d unmd Apr 21, 18II (GSR Chstn) 

207 Sally Walker b July 6, 1795 ™ ^o"^ 30. 1813 Henry 

Huhhard of Charlestown, d Apr 10, 1876 at Boston, 
He was Selectman, member Stste Leg, eleven terms. Pro- 
bate Judge Sullivan Co, I827-9, elected to Congress, 
Gov, of W.H. 1842-3 

a Sarah Dean Hubbard b Oct 8, 1814 m Aug 25, 1836 
Chief Justice John James Gilchrist. He entered 
Harvard 1824, "read" law at Charlestown, adm to the 
bar. State Leg I836-7, appointed 1840 (age 31) 
Assoc. Justice Supreme Court of U.H, , Chief Justice 
1848. 

1 Sarah Hubbard Gilchrist b July 1837 

m Henry P. Daland of Boston 

2 James Gilchrist b Oct 1838 res Boston 

b Henry Hubbard, Jr., b June 21, 1817 m June 6, 1850 
Louisa Dexter West dau Deacon Benjamin and Charity 
West. Grad Harvard I837, studied law, adm bar 1840, 

1 Henry Scott Hubbard b Jan 6, I852 

2 Eleanor Charity Hubbard b May 28, 1853 

3 Samuel Hildreth Hubbard b Sep 30, 1856 

4 Nathalie Dean Hubbard b Jul 22, 1858 

5 Louis Dexter Hubbard b May 5, i8d1 

6 Benjamin 7/est Hubbard b Oct 2, I863 

c Nathaniel Dean Hubbard b Jan I4, 182I m Apr 23, I863 
Anne Brooks Prothingham dau Rev, Dr, Nathaniel L. 
Prothingham of Boston. Grad Harvard 1840, went 
into business in Boston, d Oct 7, 1865 

1 Gorham Hubbard b May 11, I864 

2 Catherine Dean Hubbard b July 29, I865 

d Richard Hubbard b Nov 13, 1823 m Jii^e 1, 1852 Sarah 
Denny Clapp dau Joshua Clapp of Boston. She d Nov 
27, 1872 He operated the Hubbard farm homestead 
to 1874, then rem Boston. 

1 Waldo Plint Hubbard b June 4, I853) With U.S. 

2 Richard Dean Hubbard b Jan 25, I855) Pish Comm. 

3 Eliot Hubbard b Sep 23, I85S Cal , 1874 

4 Helen Hubbard b Aug 2, l8b3 

5 Joshua Clapp Hubbard b Dec 21 1861 

e Aaron Dean Hubbard b May 13, I826, long in business 
in Boston, 

208 Catherine b m Waldo Plint (So mentioned in will 



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208 
2O0 of her "brother Aaron. ) 

209 Rebekah Scott t Dec 21, l8l2 m Hov 7, 1833 Hon. Steven 

Salisbury, LLD, of Worcester, Mass. He was b Worcester 
Mar 8, 1798 d there Aug 24, 1884 She d July 24. I843 
a Stephen Salisbury, Jr., b Worcester Mar 31, 1835 
d Worcester Uov 16, I905, not m. He was an arche- 
ologist, wrote several books on the Mayan Indians. 
Promoted and supported the Worcester Art Museum. 

96 96 

J0SEPH4 DEAN II b Dedham June 13, 1744 (DR 76) s [31] Joseph 

and Martha (Starr) Dean of Dedham. He d in 
Dedham Mar 7, 1815 (DC 113 ) i m Apr 6, I77O SIBBEL SMITH of 
Medfield (DR 122) who was b 1743 dau Jonathan and Abigail 
(Wilkinson) Smith (Wight Gen) She j ch Feb 9, 1771 (DC 86) 
Joseph wrote a will on June 21, 1814 in which he mentions 
his wife Sibbel, his son Joseph, and confirms the names of 
the husbands of the daughters, as given below. (NR 25-409) 

Children, births all recorded in Dedham: 

210 Martha5 b Uov 17, I771 (DR 111) bapt Feb 22, I772 

(DC 70) m John Pettingell, farmer, Nov 3, 1799 (DR 
209) He was b Nov 10, 1773 d July 30, 1831 She d in 
Boston Oct 11, 1834 (Pettingell Gen) 

a Gerry Pettingell b Dedham May 26, 1800 d Mar 28,l8o3 
b John Pettingell b Dedham May 5, I804 d As bury Park, 
H.J., Jan 13, 1894 m Aug lb, 1827 Sarah Brooks dau 
Jacob Felt Brooks who was b Charlestown, Mass., 
May 16, 1810, grad Medical School, U of Pa., set- 
tled in Concord, N.H. , where he was sheriff of 
Merrimac Co. for 18 years, rem Philadelphia, where 
he engaged in the real estate business. Was blind 
during his last 25 years, 

1 Martha Elizabeth Pettingell b Charlestown, Mass., 

July 5, 1828 m Stephen Pier son of Alton, 111. 
She d Asbury Park, N.J., May 11, 1894. Ko ch. 

2 Jacob Jerry Pettingell b Charlestown May 6, 1830 

d Philadelphia, Pa., July 3, 1870 m Sept 1, 1868 
Catherine Russell of Philadelphia. He was a sea 
captain. They had no children. 

3 Mary Ann Pettingell b Charlestown June 4, I832 

d 1835 ^ ^ 

4 George Dean Pettingell b Charlestown May 26, 1834 

d Asbury Park, Ef.J., Dec 24, I896 m Feb 15, 187I 
nancy T. Stansbury of Fairfield, la. Resided 
in Asbury Park, 
a Jay Pierson Pettingell b Fairfield, la., 

Uov 23, 1871 o 

b Adelia Louisa Pettingell b Phila. Dec 30, I072 
c Eliza Brooks Pettingell b Farmingdale, H.J. , 

July 29, 1875 - - 

d Susan Ellen Pettingell b Asb. Pk. Feb A, 1870 
e George Dean Pettingell b Asb. Pk. Jan 8, 1881 
f John Stansbury Pettingell b Asb, Pk, Sept 24, 

1883 



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210 "b 5 Sarah Augusta*^ Pettingell Id Concord, II. H. , 
Oct 29, 1836 d Jan 13, l837 

6 Lydia Adelia Pettingell t Concord July I7, l839 

m July 29, 1858 Andrew R, Barrows of Boston 
She d Washington, D.C., Aug 10, I87O 
a Minnie Adelia Barrows h Boston June 12, l859 
h George Andrew Barrows b Boston May 8, 1863 
He was a doctor 

7 Eliza Felt Pettingell t Concord Mar 8, I842 Grad 

Pa. Medical College 1865 Physician in Phila. 

8 John B. Pettingell h Concord May 10, 1845 Grad 

U. of Pa. Physician in Chicago 

9 Sarah Ella Pettingell b Concord June 6, 1848 

m Nov 25 1875 William Chuhb of Philadelphia 

a Sarah H. Chubb b Oct 12, 1876 

b William Pettingell Chubb b Aug 5, 188I 

230) 
*211 Joseph III b Aug 13, I774 (DR 131) d Feb I9, I814 {DR/ 
m Hannah Farrington Jan 25, I804 (DR 208) 

212 Jesse b Oct 29, 1777 (DR l3l) bapt Nov 2, 1777 CDC 73) 

m Rhoda Ware of Wrentham Apr 7, 1803 dau Samuel and 
Mehitable Ware. Rhoda d Sept 3, 1859 aged 79 (Franklin 
R-MSR) Jesse d Dedham Aug 13, I843 (MSR) 

213 Sibbel b July ?? , I780 (DR 135 ) ^apt July 23, I780 

(DC 74) d Apr 25, 1825 m Calvin Fisher [297] of Bos- 
ton Nov 18, 1802 s John and Mary (Clark) Fisher who 
was b Medfield Mar 1, 1774 and d there May 21, 1824 
(Fisher Gen) 

a Calvin Fisher b Jan 5, I805 not m 
b Emeline Fisher b Nov 10 I006 d Apr 1, 1877 

m at Dedham Nov 16, 1837 Curtis Talbot of Norwood 

1 Edward Talbot res Medfield 
c Mary Fisher b Apr 13, I800 d I852 

m Warren Plympton June 3, I82I 
d Otis Fisher b July I7 , 1801 d July 24. I818 
e Louise Fisher b Dec 22, 1802 d June lb, I879 

m John Grant of Medfield Apr 8, 1819 
f John Fisher b Jan 7, 1805 .rem Camden, N.J. 

m and had two daughters 
g Minot Fisher b Medfield Jan 7, I807 d 1879 

m-1 Mary Austin m-2 m-3 Jan 2, 1856 at 

Providence, R.I., Mary Frances Day b N. Attleboro 

Children b Medfield and elsewhere: 

1 Irving M. Fisher b Oct 2, l839 res Allison, la. 

Served in the Civil War, 

2 Anna L. Fisher b June 26, I858 d Apr I8 , I863 

3 Charles Sumner Fisher b Apr 24, I860 

4 Albert Chauncey Fisher b Mar 11, 1863 d 1871 

5 George Day Fisher b Nov I4, 1865 
h Sibyl Fisher b Dec 28, I808 not m 

i Charles P. Fisher b Jan 7, I809 d Jan 12, 1809 

214 Molly b Nov 8, 1782 (DR 135) tapt Nov I7 , I782 (DC 74) 

m John Simon of Boston Feb 29, 1804 (DC II5) 



DESCEITDAHTS OP JOffl DEM 69 

98 98 

h 215 

DAVID^ DEM b Dedham Oct 10 I754 (DR 87) s [31] Joseph II 

and Mary (Baker) Dean tapt ITov 10, I754 (DC 60) 
d ITov 9, 1784 (Wight Gen) i m July 1, 1775 jjARY BAKER of 
Dedham (DR 125 ) David is credited with three days Revolii- 
tionary War service in Capt. William Ellis' Co. Col. Heath's 
Regt. , on the alarm of April 19, 1775 (D Reg 8-89) 

Children all horn in Dedham: 

215 Ahigail5 hapt Sept 28, I777 (DC 73) d y (Wight Gen) 

216 Ahigail b Dec 18,1778 (DR 135 ) l^ap* Jan 3, 1779 (DC 74) 

217 David hapt Apr,l6, I78I (DC 75) 

218 Catharine Bryant h May 23, I783 (DR 135) hapt "Briant" 

Mar 13, 1785 (DC 76) 

D Reg 5-62 refers to a daughter of David and Mary Dean, 
called "Nabhy" who taught in the Colburn School the stimmer 
of 1810, and in the Fisher School in l8l2— doubtless [2l6] 
above. 



102 (JWD— HMD— EWG) 102 

JOSHUA^ DEM, Jr., b Dedham Jan 18, I746-7 (DR 76) s [32] 

Joshua and Mary (Macnab) Dean of Dedham. 
hapt Feb 22, I746-7 (DC 56) j ch Jan 7, I77O (DC 86) d in 
Morrisville, Madison Co., B.Y. , Apr 1 l835 m-1 Dec 10, I772 
SARAH (EATON) DMA (DR 201— Eaton Gen) By her first marri- 
age she had had three sons: David, Phineas and Jesse Dana. 
m-2 at Warwick, Mass., Dec 18, I777 (Athol R) MERCY GODDARD 
of Shrewsbury, Mass., who was b Shrewsbury Feb I4, 1750 and 
d Royalston, Mass., Sept 10. 1820 (Royalston R) They lived 
first in Warwick, rem 1794 (JWD) to Royalston (neighboring 
towns, just north of Athol.) where he conducted a prosperous 
business of buying sheep and driving them to market in Bos- 
ton (MLVC) Later they went to Morrisville, K. Y. , to live 
with their son Joshua III, who had gone there in 1808 or 9 
(Fairbanks Gen) This date may have been somewhat later (see 
[106] Jeremiah Dean.) [661 a 1] William L. Woodward has a 
powder horn reputed to have been carried by Joshua in the 
Revolutionary War. 

Child of Joshua and Sarah: 

219 Sarah5 (or Sally) b Warwick Nov 1, I774 d Oct 8, 1862 
m Bunyan Penniman 

Children of Bunyan and Sarah: (MIVC) 
a Huldah Penniman m Caleb Hastings 
b Sarah Penniman m J. Gushing 
c Lucilla Penniman m Amos Doan 
d Mary Penniman 

e Dean Penniman I8OO-1864 m Hannah Hastings (Hist, of 
Warwick, J. Blake, 1873) 



70 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEM 

102-2 

219 f Jesse Penniman 

g Abigail Penniman m Hyram Larnajrd 

h Charlotte Penniman 

i John B. Penniman 

i Hannah Penniman m Elijah Graves 

Children of Joshua and Mercy: (PWG— JWD) 

*220 Jeremiah-^h Warwick, Mass., Oct 6, I778 
m Bhoda Allen of Gill Nov 17 , 1804 

221 Mercy h Apr 8, I78O d Sept 9, I804 not m 

*222 Joshua III h Warwick June 16, I782 

m-1 Mary Carter Fairbanks Sept 10, 1806 
m-2 Clarissa Morse I827 

223 Hannah) (d Sept 13, I867 m Benjamin 

) twins "b Apr 9, I785 ( Perry Res Royalston 

224 Betsy ) (d Dec 4, I874 not m 

*225 John "b Warwick Mar 6, I787 

m-1 Lucinda Goddard July 23, 1809 
m-2 Charlotte Whiton Mar 19, l833 

*226 David b Dec I9, I792 

m Sophia Fairbanks, sister of 1st wf of his brother 
Joshua. 



103 103 

J0Hn4- dean, housewright, (JWD) b Dedham Nov 29, I748 (DR 79) 

s [32] Joshua and Mary (Macnab) Dean m May 4. 
1769 (Dec 12, I769--DR 109?) MARY MORSE dau Reuben Morse 
(DC 171) She d Sept I8 , I776, aged 47 (DC 189) This places 
her birth at about 1729* The notices, both of the marriage 
and the intent, Apr 5. 1769(DR 122) name the groom as "John 
Dean, Jr^. " Your humble scribe has spent many days of fruit- 
less search and effort trying unsuccessfully to attach Mary 
Morse as wife to [38] John Dean, s [11] John Dean, he being 
the only contemporaneously available "John Dean, JR." Such 
an arrangement leads inevitably to a conflict between the 
Dedham Records and the stipulations of probate papers, which 
disappears for the genealogical configurations here given. 
As [38] John Dean was born within a year before Sept I4, 
1748, the title "Junior" above attributed to [103 ] John Dean 
may have indicated merely his later birth, and was probably 
applied to him as a designation to distinguish these two men 
in the life of the town. Designations "first", "second" and 
"third" appear in some of the probate records, apparently 
for similar reasons, rather than for genealogical signifi- 
cance. 

Revolutionary V/ar service. "John Dean, Jr.", of Dedham 
served as Pvt. in Capt. William Bullard's Co., of the South 
Parish, Col. Heath's Regt. , which marched on the alarm of 
Apr 19, 1775, service 6 days. (MSSRW) 



DESCENDMTS OF JOHII DEM 7I 



Children of John and Mary: 



103-2 103-2 

227 



227 Hannah^ b Dedham Feh 11, I770 (DC I4I ) d Aug 20, 1842 
(Fairbanks Gen) m Benjamin Fairbanks [II6] s Benjamin 
and Mary (Draper) Fairbanks Jan 21, I790 (DR 205) 
Benjamin taught the Third Precinct School (now Union 
School) in the winter of of 1793-4 (D Reg 4-IOO) 
a Tirillard Fairbanks b I795 d 1848 m Azuba Fuller dau 
Seth and Rebecca (Morse) Fuller 

1 Jarvis Fairbanks b Horwood 1817 m-1 Lucy Ann Gay 

dau Luther and Lucy Gay of Sharon, Mass., who 

was b 1816 d 1873 m-2 Susie 

a Jarvis Fairbanks b Dedham 1838 Civil War vet- 
eran, m at Mansfield 1865 Susan Augusta 
Alden b Wrentham I845 dau Warren and Jedidiah 
(Gifford) Alden 

1 Albert Alden Fairbanks b 1866 d 1883 
b Eliza M. Fairbanks b 184O 
c William P. Fairbanks b 1842 m Lincoln, Me,, 

1865 Frances R. Fish, b Lincoln. Res Boston 
d Adelaide M. Fairbanks b 18A4 d 1845 
e Martha Ann Fairbanks b 1846 
f Betsey Harlow Fairbanks b 1848 d I870 
g Henry Francis Fairbanks b Norwood I050 m 1872 
Mary Fuller adopted dau Asa and Adeline 
Fuller of Wrentham 

1 Roy Francis Fairbanks b I874 

2 Frank Aldrich Fairbanks b I080 

3 Henry Elliston Fairbanks n 1881 
h George P. Fairbanks h l8S2 

i Herbert G. Fairbanks b 1855 
j Cora Adelaide Fairbanks b 1858 
k Albert A. Fairbanks b I866 

2 Abijah Fairbanks b 1820 d 1846 

3 Francis E. " b 1821 d 1845 

4 Willard " b 1827 

t Mary Fairbanks m 182I Abner Guild s Joel and Hannah 
(Weatherbee) Guild of Walpole, a wheelwright and 
blacksmith, he was b I798 and d 1877 She d 1878 

1 George Guild b l822 m Nancy Jones of ITewton 

2 Virgil Guild b 1824 m 1844 Jane Maria Hilton of 

Whitingville, was a merchant in Ware, Mass. 

3 Horatio Guild b 1827 m 1849 Mary Jane Drake of 

New Providence, R.I. 

4 Mary Ann Marie Guild b 1831 m 1850 Nathan C. 

Hut chins 

5 Hannah Ellis Guild b 1835 m I853 John J, P. Davis 

of Boston 

6 Caroline Abbey Guild b 1837 

7 Abner Guild b 1842 

Lucinda Hartshorn Guild b 1844 d 1844 
9 Amanda Jane Guild b I845 
c Abigail ( "Nabby" ) Fairbanks m I814 Isaac Ellis 

*228 John II b Dedham Sept 26, I772 (DR 112) d Dedham May 5, 
1864 m-1 Milly Ellis Dec 5, 1793 (DR 206) 
m-2 Prudence (Fuller) Babcock Jan 25, 1814 (DR 212) 



72 DESCMIlMTS OP JOHN DEAN 

106 106 (JWD) (Unity, N.H. Bee) 

229 

JEREMIAH'^ DEAN, farmer, "b Dedham Pet I7 , I756 (DR 88) s of 

[32] Joshua and Mary (Macnab) Dean "Rem to 
New Hampshire and had three wives "(JWD) This is confirmed 
"by the records helow from Unity, N.H. and hy a mortgage deed 
which Joshua gave to "Joshua Dean of Royalston, Mass." on 
July 17, 1810 to secure a loan. (Cheshire Co. Rec 59-542) 
This Joshua was undoubtedly his brother, [102], which see. 

Jeremiah m-1 MILLICENT , m-2 JEMIMA , who d on 

Jan 27, 1803 at Unity, m-3 at Unity July 4, 1803 BETSEY 
BUCEMAN. There are deeds, signed by Jeremiah and Betsey, his 
wife, (ibid) made in 1813 and 1819. He was Elected Highway 
Supervisor in 180I. The census of I79O lists Jeremiah Dean 
as head of a household at Unity, with 2 males not yet 16 
years old, and two females. If this count were not actually 
made till April, 1791 t it agrees with the family count as 
quoted below for the Records of Unity, N.H, 

MSSRW credits a Jeremiah Dean of Dedham with service in 
the Revolutionary War — of the three possible candidates in 
point of name, viz.: [30] Jeremiah II, [82] Jeremiah III, 
and [106] above, only the latter still lived in Dedham in 
1775. and must therefore be the man. He served as Pvt. in 
Capt. Joseph Guild's Co., of Minute Men, Col. Greaton's Regt., 
assembled on the alarm of Apr 19, 1775. served 13 days- also 
in Capt. Joseph Guild's Co., Col. Wm. Heath's Regt. (3Dth), 
Co. return dated Port No. 2, Oct 5. 1775. reported enlisted 
May 10, 1775; also Capt. Guild's Co., Col John Greaton's 
Regt. , certificate of service in support of a bounty coat 
dated Cambridge Dec 18, 1775; also as Corp. in Capt. Aaron 
Guild's Co., Lemuel Robson's (Robinson?) Regt., served I4 
days, roll dated Roxbury and endorsed "service at Dorchester 
Heights and vicinity." 

Children of Jeremiah and Millicent, all born at Unity, N.H. : 

229 Ezra^ ) 

) twins b Aug 26, I78O, both d Oct 3, I780 

230 Joshua) 

231 David b July 24, I783 d Apr I7, 1784 

232 Millicent b Apr 10, I787 

233 Jeremiah b Apr 6, I789 

*234 Uriel b Apr 6, I79I 

m Lucinda Tappan at Claremont, N.H. , Dec 8, l822 

Children of Jeremiah and Jemima, all b Unity, N.H. : 

255 Rebecca b Apr 9, I793 d Aug 5, 1803 

236 Anna b July I7 , I795 

237 Newel D. b Apr 3, I797 

238 Alsa (son) b Peb 1, 1799 d Peb 9, 1803 

239 Stephen b Nov 6, 1801 



DESCEUDAJSTS OF JOHH DEM 73 

106-2 106-2 

240 
Children of Jeremiah and Betsey, all h Unity, K.H. : 

240 Mima (dau)"^"b Mar 20, 1804 

241 Alsa (son) h Apr 23, I805 

FIFTH GEUERATIOU 

109 109 

J0SIAh5 DEAl h Dedham Feh 22, I778 (DR 210) h I776 (GSR) 

s [38] John and Mary (Fairhanks) (Eaton) Dean 
d Apr 15, 1842 (DC 137) m Dee 7, 1806 [63] MARY DEAU et 
Dedham (DR 210) dau [21] Jonathan and Elizabeth (Balch) Dean 
•Tars. Mary (Dean) Dean d Dedham Apr 20, 1852 , aged 73 y, 
11 mo, 15 d. " (h May 5, I778) (DR2-MSR-GSR) 

Children, all "births recorded in Dedham: 

260 Elizabeth B. (Balch?) h Aug I4, l807 d Feb 22, I877 , 

aged 69y, 6 m, 8 d, not m. (DR2-GSR) Probate records of 
her estate list heirs Josiah, James, Trjrphena, (UR5426) 

*26l Josiah, Jr., b Jime 3, I809 d July 27, 1878 (DR2) 

m Susan (Sarah) Jane ^Vhiting i m Oct 6, I839 (DR 192 ) 

*262 James b Oct 3, I8II d July 11 I877 (DR2-GSR) 
m Cynthia Kingsbury Oct 23, 1834 (DR 220) 

263 Tryphena b 1813 (aged 32 in 1845) Living in I877 [260] 

m Sylvannus Ballou Oct 13, I845 s Daniel and Mercy 
Ballou (DR2) who was b Burrellville, R.I., 1816- and 
d Oct 13, 1885, aged 69 

a Mary E. Ballou b Oct 28, 1846 d Oct 23, I879 (DR2) 
b Daniel Ballou b Feb 15, I848 (DR2) 

m Olive M. Ridley b Charlestown, dau Matthias and 

lydia A. Ridley (DR2) 
c Sylvannus Ballou), . , t„-\ „ n tRcc it,v>o\ 
d Tryphena Ballou ) ^^^^^^ ^ ^^^3^ 1^' ^^55 mz) 

264 Mary Ann b I815 d Oct 18, 182I (DC 13I-GSR) 

110 110 

JOM^ DEAH V b Dedham Jan 2, I785 (DR 135 ) ^ap* Ja^ 23 I785 
(DC 73) s [38] John and Mary (Fairbanks) (Eaton) 
Dean d Dedham Oct 1, I847 aged 63 (DR2— MSR) m Jan 7, l8l3 

[143] BETSEY DEAN (DR 212) who was b Francestown, IT.H. , on 
IJov 2, 1787 (Dec 2 MSR) dau [49] Phineas Ellis and Jerusha 

(White) Dean She d Dedham Feb 22, I87O (DR2) aged 82 (GSR) 

265 Harriet" b Dedham Oct 7, l8l^ (DR I45) 

m John Eaton [I9] Dec 20, I834 (DR 220) 
a Harriet A, Eaton b I835 (Eaton Gen) 
m John E. Weatherbee 1859 

1 Henry Endicott V/eatherbee b 1862 

2 John H. 7/eatherbee b 1865 d 1873 



74- DESCEHDMTS OF JOHN DEM 

110-2 110-2 

265 'b John'^ Eaton, Jr., Td I839 

m Helen M. Tucker I872 

1 Louise Eaton 
e Emma Jane Eaton t I84I 

m Harrison E. Chadwick 1884 res Bradford, Mass. 
d Matilda Eaton )+-„,.^„ -v, tA>ic: 
e Marietta Eaton) ^''^^^ ^ ^^^5 
f Charlotte Eaton t I852 d Feb 6, I898 

m Frank R. Bird of Canton 1880 

266 John VT h I830 (DR2) 

m Ellen F. Place Sept 2, I887 ("his age 57, her age 43") 
She was "b Dedham I844 dau Aurelius T. and Sarah A. 
Place (DR2) 

120 120 (C&W) 

BENJAMIir^ DEAN III h Francestown, N.H. , Feh 7, 180I s [39] 

Benjamin II and Mary (McPherson) Dean 
m Uov 6, 1825 JAUE TODD of Francestovm. Till about 1895 
they lived on a farm owned by his son Frederick. "Was one of 
the best men of the town, and possessed much native shrewd- 
ness and humor." d Francestown Apr 18, I877 

Children, all b in Francestown, N.H. : 

270 Sarah b July 9, 1827 was a teacher, d Francestown on 

Sept 7, 1849 

A child unnamed b July I9, I829, died the same day. 

271 Mary Augusta b Feb 25, 1831 m at Sharon, Mass., July 29, 

1858 lewis Gardner Billings, farmer, of Sharon. 
Res (1895) W. Somerville, Mass. 

*272 Benjamin Franklin b Aug 5, 1833 m Oct 29, 1861 Clara 
Jane Bell of Francestown 

273 Twin brother of Benjamin F. , d on the day of birth. 

274 Laura Jane b Apr 26, 1836 m Jan 2, 1867 Hiram P. Clark 

of Francestown. Res {I895) Francestown 

*275 James Frederick b July 27. 1839 
m Mary E. Heard June 3, 1875 

121 121 (C&W) 

MARK^ DEAK b Francestown, U.H. , Mar 28, I805 s [39] Benjamin 

II and Mary (McPherson) Dean m June 15. 1830 to 
FAIWIE SHATTUCK of Francestown. He taught in the public 
schools--a man of integrity and sense. d Apr 5, I856 

Children, all born in Francestown, K.H. : 

280 Lucretia^ b May 5, 1831 m Sept JO. 1855 Lewis C.Bul- 
lard of E, Walpole. Res (I895) E. Walpole 



DESCEWMHTS OF JOHN LEAN 75 

121-2 121-2 

6 r. 281 

281 Martha A. b Aug I5, 1833 m Jtme 10, 1858 David Todd of 

New Boston, N.H. Res (1895) New Boston 

282 Sarah Emily h Jan 13 1836 d E. Walpole, W.H. , July 21, 

1872 m at Foxhoro, (Mass.?) Feh 1, 1870 Maynard J. 
Billings (Beg 93-342) 

e Uewhall M. Billings h Poxhoro, ahout I87I d there on 
Oct 1, 1878 

283 Newell B. b Dec 28, 1838 A farmer of Wilmington, Mass. 

Served on the Board of Selectipen. 

284 Charles G. b June 26, I842 d Prancestown Sept 16, 1847 

123 (JWD— C&W~CKT) 123 

JOM-' DEAN II h Prancestown II. H., Dec 11, 1787 d Freedom, 

Me., Jan 7, 1876 s [42] John and Delphos 
(Harris) Dean m l8o5 EUIIICE BAILEY of Palermo, Me., dau of 
Thadeus Bailey, a Revolutionary soldier, of K. Palermo, Me. 
Eunice was a member of the Baptist Church of Palermo, Res 
Freedom, Me. 

*290 John Harris b Palermo Jime 12, I825 
m Betsey Whitten 

291 Betsey b Mar 8, 1827 d 1828 

Me. 

292 Eliza Ann b May 12, I830 m Peavy Res Montville,/ 

293 James R. b Oct 1, 1833 d 19OI at Newton Highlands, 

Mass, , where he practiced medicine for many years, 
m Arvesta Bowler of Palermo. Ho children. 

294 Mary Jane b Mar 16, 1838 d 1838 

128 (JWD~C&W— CKT) 128 

LUKe5 dean b Prancestown, N,H, , Sept 30, I803 d Rockland, Me. 
Mar 9, 1885 s [42] John and Delphos (Harris) Dean 
m THANKFUL BURGESS of China, Me., b May 7, 1808 dau Richard 
and Thankful (Ferris) Burgess of China, d Rockland May 7, 
1895 (See Burgess Gen., Mayflower ancestry) Res Palermo, Me. 
in 1846 (JWD), apparently later in Rockland, Me. 

300 Roxana^ P. b Dec 17 , I830 d Rockland Feb 8, 1869 © 

m Samuel R. Ulmer @ s Ephriam and Elizabeth (Rankin) 
Ulmer b Rockland Oct 6, 1828 @ d there Jan 1, 1920 @ 
Samuel m-2 Lidia A. Pratt Jan I8, 1870 
a Herbert L. Ulmer b Rockland May 2, 1862 

301 Delphos b Mar 25, l832 m Mar I7 1851 Ephriam J. Ulmer, 

quarryman, b Rockland May 2, I026 @ d Rockland Aug 2, 
1898, brother of Samuel R. R. Ulmer, above, Ephriam 
m-2 Sophia Robertson of Rockland Aug 31, l859 

6 Rockland Records 



76 DESCENDAHTS OF JOHN DEAH 

128-2 128-2 

301 a George- H. Ulmer t Rockland Feb 9, i860 @ 
b Anna M. Ulmer b Rockland Nov 5, 1872 

*302 William F.^ b Oct 12, l833 • 

m Nov 22, 1854 Marilla Morseman b Rockland Apr 13, I87I 

Res Rockland 

303 Elizabeth E-. b Aug I6, 1835 

m Dexter S. Morse res Thomaston, Me. 

304 Charles H. b Feb 1, 1837 

m Jan 12, 1862 Ellen Tolman res Rockland 

305 Mary Jane b China, Me., May lA, 184O d Everett, Mass., 

Mar 13, 1919 © m Apr 29, l850 Clark D. Smalley 9 
Res Everett, Mass. 

306 Alonzo ) ( 

) twins b June 9, 1843 ( 

307 Melissa A. ) ( m Jonathan Crocket who 

was b Rockland Hov 23, l839 ® s Asa and Pamelia (Love- 
joy) Crocket and d Rockland Feb 9, 1908 @ Jonathan 
in-3 Ella D. Oliver June 20, I90I © 

308 John H. b Oct 8, 1844 d Rockland Aug 17 , 1902 © (m at 

time of death, no record of wife's name @ 

& Rockland Records 



135 135 

CYRUS^ DEAl, watchmaker, b Franklin, Mass., Aug 24, I783* 

s [43] Capt. Ebenezer and Abigail (Fales) Dean 
d Brookfield, Mass., Aug 20 1866 (MSR) m Oct 12, I806 (H) 
(int July 19, 1806 DR I7I**) IIAIICY HOWE of Brookfield dau 
William and Abigail Howe, b Brookfield llov 5, 1784 (H) 
d Brookfield May 7, I868 (MSR) 

320 Sarah Crosby^ b Dedham July I9, 1807 (DR I44) 

d Brookfield Oct 19, 1808** 

Twin brother of Sarah, died at birth, (H) 

321 Henry Luce b Jan 30, 1809 

m Catharine Tenney Res Griffin, 6a, (H) 

322 Abigail Fales b Jan l5, 1811 m Dollivar Walker (h) 

323 Charles Pinckney b Brookfield Apr 4, 1813** 

m Mary P. Baldridge (H) 

324 Mary Ann b Oct 8, I815 m Rev. Philo R. Hurd (H) 

325 George Howe b May 7, 1818 m Maria H. Ward (H) 

326 Cyrus Frederick b June 22, 182O d same year (H) 

References: * Franklin Records ** Brookfield Records 

(H) Howe Gen. by D. W. Howe, I929 Part I, p 204 



DESGEUDMTS OP JOHN DEAtI 77 

135-2 135-2 

fi 327 

327 Nancy Howe b Aug 24, l822 (H) im Oct 28, I844 Charles 

B. Lyon of Derby, Conn. (MSB)** 

328 Julia Blake b Brookfield Oct 7 1825 ** 

1 m Oct 28, 1844 John Freeman** of Boston (H) 

References: ** (H) see previous page. 

138 138 

Capt. ICHABOD^ DEAIJ II, farmer, b Oct 5 I783 s [45] Ichabod 

and Chloe (Pond) Dean d Franklin, 
Mass., Feb 3, l853 aged 79 m-1 at Franklin Dec 22, l8o3 
BETSEY ADAMS b Aug 20, I783 who d Oct 7, 1824 as "wife of 

Capt. Ichabod ." m-2 as "Capt." at Franklin Dec 25, 1825 

HANNAH FISHER of Franklin dau Timothy and Dorcas (Cleveland) 
Fisher. Hannah was b July 31, 1798 and d Mar 3, I885 

Children of Ichabod and Betsey, all born in Franklin, Mass.: 

329 Ichabod b Aug 3, 1805 d Aug 25, I805 

330 Eliza Ann^ b Aug 28, 1806 d before 1898 

m George V/ashington Ray 

a Mary J. Ray m Cummings of Medway 

b Betsy Dean Ray b Medway Aug 21, I843 (MSR) 

m Eimball of W, Medway 

c Eliza A. Ray m Hodges of Medway 

d George W, Ray of Medway 

331 Abigail Daniels b May 10, 18II d May 28, I898 not m. 

332 Julia Adams b Apr 17, I814, seamstress, d Apr 13, I867/ 

not m, 

333 Betsy b Hov 8, I815 d Mar I6, I865 (MSR) not m. 

Children of Ichabod and Hannah, all born in Franklin: 

334 William A. b July 30, 1827 d Apr 19, 1840 

335 Hannah M. b Sept I8, I828 d June 20, 1833 

*336 George W. b July 26, 1830 

m Ellen E. Darling May 11, I854 

337 Charlotte F. b Oct 9, l832 
m Briggs 

*338 Charles I. b Aug 19, l835 
m-1 Adelaide C. Adams 
in-2 Abbie Ella Peary 

339 Hannah M. b June 16, l837 ^ Franklin Apr I4, 1923 

m Francis Edmund Hancock d Franklin May 19, 1914 

340 Chloe P. (Pond?) d Franklin Nov 8, 189I , not m. (MSR) 
See next page for references for family of [138] Ichabod 



78 DESCENMIITS OF JOHN DEAII 

350 

138-2 Beferences for family of [138] Ichabod: 
Franklin Vital Records 

Will of Ichabod (IIB 35-158) protated Uov 7. I820 
Adm of Abigail D. Dean (NR 33729) d May 20, 1898 
Adm Chloe P. Dean (HR 33768) d Uov 8, 1891 
Will of Charles I. Dean (KR 68804) made May 8, I915 

14.1 141 (Hist. Milford, Ballou, 1882 ) 

Capt. SYLVESTER^ DEAU b Franklin, Mass., Apr 10, I790 s [47] 

Seth and Edena (Pond) Dean of Franklin 
m Medway Jan 25, I82I CHARLOTTE CUTTER (Medway R) dau Simeon 
and Lydia (Grant) Cutter of Medway. She was b Medway Mar 13, 
1801 and d Milford Apr 5, 1880. Res Milford. Sylvester d 
Milford ITov 16, I878. He came from Franklin to Milford in 
1815, served 2 or 3 years as salesman in the store of 
Pearley Hunt, near the Charles River bridge. In 1818 bought 
this store and about a half acre of land, where he continued 
in mercantile business fc many years. Was a man of reserv- 
ed and exemplary habits, averse to noise and display. Served 
as Captain of Militia in his younger days. Held various 
Town offices, among others that of Town Treasurer. 

Children, all born in Milford: 

350 Maria Edna" (Edna Maria?) b llov I5, 182I* m June 28, 

1848* Warren (Marvin?) Carpenter, wdwr , s James and 
Uancy Carpenter of Foxborough, Mass. Res 10 years in 
Brooklyn, rem 1858 to St. Paul, whence she returned to 
Milford and d there Jan 28, 187I. Had one son and two 
daughters. 

351 Charlotte Cutter** b Sept 11 1823* m Nov 1, 1854, as 

his 2nd wife, John C. Park, * lawyer of Boston, s John 
Park, b Milford 1804. Had two sons. 

352 Oliver b Aug 29, I825* bookkeeper. Res Lowell to 1850, 

then to Cal. , finally returned to Milford, and through 
misfortune and cerebral disease was impelled to sui- 
cide on May I4, 1875 (MSR) 

353 Sophie Long** b Aug 8, 1827* m June I5, 1853 Seth Cham- 

berlin of Boston. She d I872. Had three sons. 

354 Caroline S.** b Aug 5, 1829* m Nov 7, 1850 William 

Pettet Res N.J. , had 5 children, 3 dau, 1 son sur- 
viving in 1882 

355 Frances L. G.* (Lydia F.*) b Mar 8, I831* d Aug 18,1864 

356 William Brewer b Dec 25, 1834* Went to Hew York early 

in life. Served in 22nd Regt. , N.Y. Vols., and in 
127th (N.Y.?) Regt. m at San Francisco Apr 11, 187I 
Eliza Rercheval of St. Louis and res since then in 
St. Louis. Had 2 children, 1 son survived in I882. 

* Names and dates confirmed by Milford Vital Records, 
blames confirmed by Sylvester's will, made 187I (NR I27-I) 



DESGEUDMTS OP JOHN DEAN 79 

141-2 141-2 

357 

357 Louisa Cornelia ** b Nov 16, 1839* m Hov 7, i860 John 
Bliss * of Springfield (Mass.?) where he was Supt. of 
the gas works. He was h I836 s Theodore and Julia H. 
(Mann) Bliss. Res W. Kewton, Mass, (1882 ) Had three 
8ons and three daughters. 

*358 Alhert C.** h Peh 2, 1842 (For reference marks 
m E, J. Bailey June 6, 1872 (see previous page. 

146 146 

GEORGE ELLIS^ DEAU h Prancestown, N.H. , Oct I8 , I808 s [51] 

George and Rutha (Morse) Dean 
m-1 AHGUSTA KENDALL of Leominster, Mass., m-2 ALMA (HOLT) 
BRUCE of Mont Vernon, U.H. He was long a resident of Mont 
Vernon, where he was a Deacon of the Church for many years, 
being a man of ability and piety. He d Mont Vernon Peb 26, 
1891 

Children, born in Mont Vernon (MR 54292) 

370 Helen Augusta "not living" (I895) 

371 Harriet Alma "resides Mont Vernon" (1895) 

150 150 

DEZTER^ DEAU bapt Dedham July 25, l802 (DC I8I ) s [59] Sam- 
uel Holmes and Deborah (Lewis) Dean. . The date 
of this baptism is probably not very accurate as a birth 
date, as four children of the family were baptized at the 
one time. He d Dedham Peb 13 I852 (DR2-MSR) m Oct 23, 182I 
MARTHA W. VINCEHT (DR 215-MSR). Probate of Dexter 's estate 
Mar 1, 1852 (HR 5421) lists the widow, Martha W. Dean, and 
the five children named below: 

Children, apparently all born in Dedham: 

390 Martha B.° b July 14, l822 d Aug 15, I869 aged 47 v, 

21 d. (DR2) m Alvan L. Ellis of Dedham Apr 29, 1840 
(DR 223) 

391 Panny G. b 1826 d Apr 6, I855, aged 29 {DR2) 

m James M. Pond Apr 27, 1845 (DR2) He was b Wrentham 
May 27, 1823 s Samuel and Catherine (Smith) Pond. 

Panny d Dedham Apr 6, 1855. He m-2 Elsie E, 

m-3 at Cambridge, Mass., July 16, l855 Harriet Stinson/ 
a Edwin M. Pond b Dedham Aug 20. 1846 (Pond Gen.) 

m Emeline E. Phipps Uov 2, 1864 dau Loammi and 

Lorana Phipps 
b William H, Pond b Dedham Mar 1855 

*392 George V. b 1830 m Mary E, Gay Mar 15 I855, at his age 
25, her age I9, she was b Dedham 1836 dau Rufus and 
Mary Gay(DR2) 



8o DESCMDIHTS OF JOHE DEM 

150-2 150-2 

"Child of Dexter Dean d Oct I7 , l828"(DC 204) 

393 Caroline "b 1832 m Isaiah Merrifield Sept 7, 1853, at 

her age 21, his age 29, he was "b 1824 at Sanford, Me., 
s Jacoh and Lucy Merrifield {DR2) 

394 Samuel D. (HR 5421) 

152 152 

THOMAS BALCH^ DEAU hapt Dedham July 7, I8II {DC I82 ) s [59] 

Samuel Holmes and Deborah (Lewis) Dean 
m May I4, I832 CATHARniE S. FULLER of Dedham (DR 219 ) 

Children, horn in Dedham: 

*400 Balch" h I838 m Mar 1, 1860 Susan S. Holmes at his age 
22, her age 22, she was h Gloucester, Mass., 1838 dau 
Rufus and Mary Holmes. (DR2) 

401 Willard h July 18, I844 {DR2-MSR) 

402 Emma L. h Dec 31, 1846 d Sept 24, I868 (MSR) 

160 160 

EBENEZER^ DEAl II h Dedham Mar 31, I8II s [61] Ehenezer and 

Lois (Morse) Dean (DR2) d Dedham Sept 11, 
1871, hy suicide. (DR2) m Jan 1, 1838 MARY G. FARRIIGTOH 
(DC 202) (June 1, 1838 (DR 222) Prohate of Ehenezer 's 
estate shows that Mary died before he did, and mentions all 
of the children, except Mary Ann, as "of llorwood." (IfR 5424' 

Children recorded in Dedham, but apparently rem Uorwood: 

410 Albert L. b I84O (DR2) m Apr 26, I869 Josie E, Har- 

rington who was b Roxbury I844 dau Ephriam and Jane M. 
Harrington. (DR2) 

411 Mary Ann b May 184I d Aug 18, 1843 (DR 234) d Aug 27, 

1843 (MSR) 

412 Abigail B, b Mar 13, 1843 d Mar 11, I864 (DR2) 

m Edward P. Talbot Apr 12, 1863 (DR2) He was b 1839 
s Curtis and Eveline (Fisher) Talbot 
a Granville A. B. Talbot 

413 Prances M. (dau) b Apr 16, 1846 (DR2) 

414 Mary P. b Sept 27, I85I (DR2) 

415 Henry P. b May 27, I855 (DR2) 



DESCENMHTS OF JOHN DEM 8l 

171 171 

s 450 

RICHARD-^ DEAl t Dedham May 10, I781 (Dover R) 8 [71] Luke 

and Rebecca (Russell) Dean of Dover, His 
estate was adm May l833 (NR 5453) m Fet 25, 180I [72f] 
CAROLIHA "GAILY" HERRING of Dedham (DC 187-DR 208) who was 
Id Dedham Dec 31, 1775 d^^^ Benjamin and Miriam (Dean) Herring 
(DR 116) Cally d Dedham Mar I9, I862 , adm of her estate 
(NR 5417) listing heirs as follows: 

430 "David Dean of Wrentham, the oldest son" 

m Susanna Odey July 10, 1836 (Wrentham R) 

431 "Charles Dean the second son" d Dedham Dec 24, I873 

aged 71 y, o m, no days, laborer, not m, b Dedham 
(DR2) This places his birth at Apr 24, l802 at Dedham 

432 "George B. Dean, the third son" d Dedham Apr 28, I876, 

aged 58 years, laborer, b Dedham (DR2), which places 
his birth at- about Apr 1818 , at Dedham. m Oct 21, 
1856 Eliza A. Judge of Boston, b about 1830 in Eng- 
land, dau Robert Judge. (MSR) Adm of Charles estate 
(NR 5419) lists brothers and sisters as given here 
and niece Maria Alden of Bridgewater, Mass." 

433 "Two minor children of Dexter Dean, deceased" 

Richard's adm in l833 shows heirs "widow and seven 
children" — Dexter died before l833' 

434 "Caroline A, (Dean) Morgan" 

435 "Joan (Dean) Foster" ("Joanna D. Foster," adm Charles) 

436 "Miriam D. Dean" d June 9, I864, aged 49, not m. (DR2) 

Therefore b about I815. 

437 "Lucy (Dean) Colburn" DR2 notes — "Lucy Dean Colburn 

wife of Jeremiah Colburn d Dec 8, 1890 aged 7I y, 
6m, 26 d, b Dedham dau Richard and Cally (Herring) 
Dean of Dover." This places her birth on May 12, 
1819. m Jeremiah Colburn Apr 8, I857, who was b in 
Dedham I809 s George and Olive Colburn (DR2) 

175 175 

FAX0n5 dean b Sept 8 179I (Dover R) s [71] Luke and Rebecca 

(Russell) Dean of Dedham. m Polly (Adams?) 
The clue to the maiden name of the wife is the appearance of 
Adams as a middle name for both children. Rec. Mass. Mil- 
itia in War of I812-I4, p 110— "Pvt. Faxon Dean, Sgt. J. 
Peabody's guard, guarding a 'Park of Artillery' on Boston 
Common July 31 to Aug 7, I813." 

450 John Wadsworth Adams"Dean b Medfield May 13, 1816 

(Medfield R) 

451 Hannah Adams Dean b Medfield Sept 29, 1817 " 



82 DESCEKDAKTS OF JOHN DEM 

178 178 (JHT-AHD-MSR) 

C0LBURu5 DEAN t Dover, Mass., Jime 23, 1799 (Dover R) s [7I] 

Luke and Betecca (Russell) Dean d Pramingham, 
Mass., May 24, 1864, aged 65. Evidently he moved to Pram- 
ingham before I822, as he is taxed there in that year, 
m Jan 18 , 182I MARY WILBUR of Taunton (Medway R) who was "b 
Taunton Oct 7, 1799 (Wilhores in Amer.) dau Henry and Hannah 
Wilhur, and d Pramingham May 11, 1880. PS, in "History of 
Dover" gives TEKPERAUCE BLAKE as wife of Colburn — this may 
have been a marriage prior to that above. 

Children, b Pramingham, or nearby towns — Wayland, Sudbxiry, 
Saxonville: 

*46n Henry Wilbur^ b 1821 

m Clarissa Hammond June 20, I840 (Natick R) 

*46l Colburn H."of Sudbury 

m Sarah Speed Jan 2b, 1843." (MSR) 

462 Gilbert 

463 Mary Elizabeth 

m A. J. Burrill Aug 25, 1853 

464 Eliza d at age 12 

465 Eveline 

466 Jane 

467 Sarah R. b Pramingham I84I m Jan 8, 1859 Bradford Sher- 

wood, of Pramingham, watchman, b Pairfield, Vt., I84O 
s Lemuel and Sarah Ann Sherwood (MSR) 

468 Harriett 

m Alpheus W. Moulton 

469 Luie, carder, b Pramingham 1827 m Sept 6, I851 Lorena 

I. Clifford b 1829 at Pisherville, H.H. , dau Daniel S. 
and Betsey C. Clifford (MSR) 

*470 Otis G. b Dec I834 

m Christine Tuttle Nov 23, 1855 

471 Charles Pranklin, machinist, b Sudbury Apr 3, I844 (Sud- 

bxiry R) m Lucy Ann Bradshaw Jan 7, 1867 (her 2nd mar- 
riage) b Hubbardston 1846 dau William H. and Lucy 
(Clark) Bradshaw. Charles enlisted Aug 1, 1864 as 
Pvt. 29th Co, Heavy Artillery. Discharged June 29, 
1865, (Wayland in the Civil War, 1871) 

472 Adelaide Euphrosia d June 15, 1844 (Pramingham R) 

473 Caroline b 1830 d Aug 11, 184O aged 9y 8m. " 



DESCEHMNTS OF JOHE DEAIT 83 

185 (WDK) 185 

CHESTEB-' DEM b Westfield, Mass., Apr 6, I785 s [77] Samuel 

and Mary (Weller) Dean d Rockport (now Rocky 
River), Ohio, Hot 2, I838 m-1 Dover, 0., Jan 9, I814 LUCY 
SMITH m-2 Rockport Mar I5, I818 ABIGAIL TAYLOR. Chester 
lived at Westfield till age 17 , then went with his parents 
to Lowville, W.Y. , in l802. Rem to Cleveland in 181I or 
soon thereafter. In I832 hought the south half of Letus 
Kelley's farm just west of Rocky River. Records of the Ad- 
jutant General's Office show that Chester served in the War 
of 1812, as private and as corporal. His marriage to Lucy 
Smith was the first wedding in Rockport Township. 

Children of Chester and Lucy, all horn in Rockport: 

*480 Hiram" h Dec 9, 1814 m Elvira Puller 

481 Sarah h May 5, 1816 d Hov 11, 1892 m Uov 7, 1857 a 
well-to-do land owner, Ira Millerd, of Hew London, 
Wise. He was t at De Reuter , H.Y. , July 5. I809 and 
d ITov 23, 1893. The family lived at New London, Wis,, 
where many descendants still live. 
a Maria Millerd h Hew London, Wis,, Dec 24, I838 

d July 15, 1901 m Charles Lament Allen who d Jan 15, 
1902 Res Hew London, Wis. 

1 Chester Millerd Allen h Mar 29, l883 m Sept 26, 
1905 Alice Messer 
a Harry M. Allen 
t Edna Alice Allen 
h Janette Millerd h May 25, 184I d Sept 15, 1844 
c Emerette Millerd h Mar 30, 1843 d Sept 5, 1844 
d Alice Lyon Millerd h May 24, 1845 d July 6, I909 
m Apr 28, 1867 Amos A, Wehter of Townsend, Mass. 
Res Hew London, Wis. 

1 Alhert Millerd Wether h Hov I4, 1868 m June 20, 

1893 Martha Madill 

a Florence Jennette Wehher 

h Alice Montana Wehher 

2 Irving Martin Wehher h Jan I8 (8?), 1870 m Apr 11, 

1900 Frances Bell Coats, of Heenah, Wis., no 
children reported. 

3 Jenetta Alice Wehher h Oct 15, 1873 not m. 

4 Merton L. Wehher h Apr 3, 1875 m Dec 22, 1905 

Gertrude McDaniels 
a Merton L. Wehher, Jr. 
h Earl Wehher 
c Jenette Wehher 
e Alhert Millerd h Feh 15, 1847 d Oct 12, I866 not m. 
f Harlow Millerd h Sept 4, I848 d Aug 18,1850 
g Emma Millerd h Jan 29, l855 m Feh 24, I875 Silas E. 
Wright h Canton, St. Laurence Co., H.Y. , Res Hew 
London, Wis. ^ 

1 Luther Millerd Wright h Oct 12, 1876 m Oct b, 

1909 Josephine M. Knapstein of Hew London, Wis, 
a Henry Silas Wright h July 29, 1910 

2 Milton Rowley Wright h Sept lb, I88O m July b, 

1912 Sue Lipko of Hew London, Wis, Ho children. 

3 Sarah Amanda Wright h Aug 16, I883 d May 25, I886 



84 DESCENMHTS OP JOHU DEM 

185-2 185-2 

4.81 g 4 Morris Harry Wright° t Oct 27, I893 not m. ) . 

5 Merton Lamont Wright b Oct 27, 1893 not m.)^'^^^ 
h Arthur W. Miller d b Apr 30, 1857 m Emma J. Ciiff who 
was b in Hortonia, Outagamie Co., Wis, 

1 Ida Maria Miller d "b Apr 23, I885 not m. 

2 Alice Jennette Miller d h Jun 30, l895*not m. 

3 Harlov; Cuff " b Jan 20. I89I not m. 

4 Albert Dean •» b Oct 25, 1892 not m. 

5 George Alexander " b Aug 30, I897 not m. 
b Kenneth Charles " b July 1, I899 not m. 
7 Allen Lamont " b Dec 1, 190O not m. 

Edward Patterson " b Aug 5. 1902 not m. 

*(1886?) 

482 Lucy b 1818 m Pease. Lived on farm near Paines- 

ville or Ashtabula, 0. 

a Mary Pease )+^. 

b Marvin Pease )^^^^ 

c Charles Pease 

d Curtis Pease, "married and had 3 O-f 4 children," 

Children of Chester and Abigail, b Rockport (Rocky River), 0. 

483 Mary Ann° b Dec 15, 1818 d Dec 3, 1902 at Rockport. 

m-1 July 27, 1847 Philip Wright who d Mar 22, I853 
m-2 Dec 20, 1856 Alexander J, Hussey, d Apr 26, I09I 
a Nellie Dean b Rocky River Aug 11, 1843 d there Jan 
29, 1920 m Feb 4, I881 William E. Crabbe. They 
took into the family a dau of [486] John Dean, 
following the death of her parents in her infancy. 

1 Hattie M, Dean (dau John) b Oberlin, 0., Dec 17 , 

1883 Grad Pratt Institute of Brooklyn, I.Y. 
Taught domestic bcience in the Cleveland public 
schools. She d Aug 5, I829 in Salem, Ore,, re- 
turning from Alaska. Hot m. 

2 Nellie Crabbe b Rocky River July 22, I883 

m June 25, I912 John Line of Chicago. Res Chi- 
cago, where their two children were born: 
a John J, Line b Apr I4, I913 
b Miriam ("Polly") Line b IJov 25, 1915 Res 

Wooster Rd. , Rocky River, in Crabbe homestead. 
Artist and grad Pratt Institute of Brooklyn, 
b Philip P. Wright b June 25, 1848 m Emma Crocker of 
Meadville, Pa. He was a funeral director. Res in 
East Cleveland, 0. 

1 Blanche '.bright m William Switzer of Cleveland, 

later divorced. 

2 Florence V/right m John Klingman, res E. Cleveland. 

a Robert Zlingman 

b Elizabeth Klingman 
c Lydia C, Hussey b Mar 29, 1853 m Hov 30, 1876 Mark 
Mitchell at Rocky River, 0. He was many years the 
Mayor of Rocky River and d there in I92I 

1 Mark I.:itchell, Jr., b May 22, 1877 d not m. 

2 Earl LeMar Mitchell b Dec 29, I878 m Sept 6, 1900 

Margaret Maude VThitney of Strongsville , 0, ITo ch. 

3 Clifford Joy Mitchell b Apr 2, 1883 m at Rocky 

River Mar 20, 1905 Edith H. Uffendell 
a Walter K, Mitchell 



DESCMDMTS OF JOHN DEM 85 

185-3 185-3 

7 483 

483 d Abigail' Hussey Td May 20. I861 m Rocky River Jiay 13, 
1806, George E. Kidney. Res Ravenna, 0. 

1 Clara Kidney b Bedford, 0., Apr 14, 1887 Grad 

Hiram College, Colxunbia Univ. I914.. Taught 
school in Ravenna. m Webb 

2 Margaret Kidney b Bedford, 0, Grad Hiram College 

1910. m Levi Prank Res Ravenna, 0. 

*484 Lucius b Feb 6, I82O at Rocky River, 0. m Margaret J. 
Clark 

*485 Horace b Rocky River Sept 11, 182I m Caroline Hotchkise 

*486 John b Rocky River May 15, 1823 
m-1 Eliza Clark 
m-2 Louise M, Facer 

487 Marcella b Rocky River Jan I9, 1825 [l87i] 

m [l87i] William Dean Kelley--family listed under/ [I87 

*488 Datus b Rocky River Dec 15, 1826 
m Louise Silverthorn 

*490 Oscar b Rocky River July 11, 1828 
m Anna A. Bizler of Fremeont, 0. 

*491 Jerry W. b Mar 8, I831 
m-1 Susan Jenette Ames 
m-2 Helen Wickes 

*492 Charles C. b Nov 8, 1854 
m Mary Cur ran 

188 (WDK) 188 

JOSEPH^ DEAN b Westfield, Mass., Mar 9, 179I s [77] Samuel 
and Mary (Weller) Dean d Cascade, la., Jan 8, 
1857 m Martinsburgh, K.Y. , Mar 18 , I818 SOPHIA FAY who was 
b May I7 , 1800 and d Mar 23, 187I. He came to Rockport, 
now Rocky River, 0., in 1814 with his father Samuel and bro- 
ther Aaron Weller Dean. Built and operated the first tan- 
nery, on the Eorth Ridge Road. Voted at the first election 
in Rockport in April I819. In I832 bought the south half, 
some 200 acres, of the Datus Kelley farm just west of Rocky 
River. Removed to Iowa in 184I. 

493 Olive" b Feb 22 , 1819 m William Wilson Hamilton. 

Res Cascade, Iowa. 

a Edward Hamilton d in childhood. 

b Ellen Hamilton m Benjamin Palmer, Cascade, la. ITo ch. 

c Susan Hamilton m George Fairburn 

1 Prank Fairburn 

2 Edward " 

3 Kellie " married 

494 Samuel b Nov 25, 1820 not m. 



86 DESCEWDAMTS OP JOHN DEM 

188-2 188-2 

*495 Sylvester "b May 4, l822 m Catherine LathJcop 

496 Reynolds "b Max 8 (13?), I824 d a yoxmg "boy 

497 Cynthia h llov 18, 1825 d Kov 16, 1908 m Theron Erastus 

Cook 

a Prank Cook "b Kay 10, 1848 d May 1892 not m. 

h Edward Cook not m. Served two terms in Congress, 

where he d in 1897 
c Wilson Cook d 1903 in Chicago m [501a] his cousin 

Ada Hough Res Oelwein, la, No children, 
d Effie Cook h I854 m Henry Beam, Chicago, who d June 

21, 1909 Ho children. 
e Jennie Cook h 1856 d 1887 m Jesse Zelso Parley of 

Dubuque, la. Res Rogers Park, Chicago, 111. 

1 Jesse Kelso Parley, Jr., h ahout l8o2 m Estelle 

Troxell of Philadelphia, Pa. Res Kenilworth,Ill, 
a Estelle Parley h about 19IO 
h Josephine Parley h about 19II 
c Preston Parley b about 1919 

2 Dean Farley m Cora Zanoop 

a Dean Parley b about 19II 

b Ernest Parley b about 1913 

c Cora Parley b about 1915 

f Clarence Cook b 1866 d 1887 not m. 

All the above children of Cynthia d in Chicago, except 
Edward. 

498 Mary b Oct 30, 1827 d July I7 , iqo6 m David Morrison 

a Mattie Morrison b May I7 , I848 d June 28, 192O 
m Jacob Hoopes of Cascade, la., res Los Angeles 

1 Mattie (Martha) Hoopes m Augusta Babize of Chi- 

cago, 111. Have a son, name not reported. 

2 Walter Hoopes m Julia Noel 

a Miriam Hoopes 
b Dean Hoopes 

3 Marcellus Hoopes not m. 

4 Bessie Hoopes m Earl Hamil, a cousin, one child, 

5 Stewart Hoopes 

b Elizabeth Morrison not m. 

499 Martha b Sept 23, 1829 m Moreau Butler, no children 

Res Cherokee, la. Both are deceased. 

*500 Gilbert b Aug 1, 1831 m Emeline A, Gillett 

501 Amanda Melvina b Sept 12, 1833 d Sept 23, I915 

m Smith Hough 

a Ada Hough m [497°] Wilson Cook, her cousin 

b Willis Dean Hough not m. 

502 Curtis Gould b June 5, I836 d June 3, 1863 not m. 

Mortally wounded at siege of Vicksburgh, d in hands 
of the enemy. 

503 Rufus Joseph b llov 5, 1838 d Peb 28, I906 not m. 



DESCEKDAHTS OP JOHN lEAlI 87 

188-3 188-3 

504 Willis Morris" t May 6, I844 d June 28, I92O not m. 
Lived with the family of his "brother, Gilbert, at 
Mendota, 111. 

Gilbert, Curtis and Rufus Dean, above, all enlisted in the 
21st Regt., Iowa Vol. Inf., Co, I, Aug 1862. The regiment 
went down the mississippi River by steamboat. Kiey were in 
the battles of Port Gibson, Champions Hill, Black River 
Bridge, and siege of Yicksburg, 

189 (WIK) 189 

SAMUEL-^ DEAU, Jr., b Westfield, Mass., Jan 13, 1793 s [77] 

Samuel and Mary (Weller) Dean m Nov 14. 
1818 EFFIE CRULL (sometimes spelled Croui). Their children 
were all born in Lewis Co. or Pulton G©, IT.Y. Uever got 
the "western fever." 

*505 George C. b Lowville, II. Y., m Mary Baker 

*505 Charles Addison b Champion, K.Y. , July 6, 182I 
m Lucretia French 

507 Mary Lavinia b near Lowville, II. Y. , Oct 3, I823 

m Hammond Rouse of Lyons, N.Y. Settled in Dubuque, la, 
a Jennit Rouse 
b Belle Rouse 
c Mattie Rouse 
d Mame Rouse 

508 Esther Weedin b Pulton, W.Y. , Aug 3, l825 m Charles 

Puller of Pulton, II. Y., d Sept 7, I913 
a Alfred Romain Puller m Alice Augusta Chapman 
Res Granby, II. Y. 

1 Charles Puller not m, 

2 Bertha May Puller m Emery Puller 

a Glen Sullivan Puller 

509 Samuel, Jr., twin of Esther, d when two weeks old 

*510 Jerry b Pulton, II. Y., IIov 9, I831 m Margaret Isabel 
Harrison 

511 Martha (Mattie) b Pulton, II. Y., Dec 6, l834 m Major 
B. J. Williams of Dubuque, la,, where they settled, 
a Fred Williams 
b Arthur " 
c Ilellie " 
d Allie " 
e Lula " 



88 DESCEUDMTS OF JOHN DEM 

191 191 (WDK) 

JERRy5 DEAH "b Westfield, Mass., Dec 25, I786 s [77] Samuel 

and Mary (Weller) Dean m Mar 29, l822 PHOEBE 
AM GABRISOH who was b at Rochester, K.Y. , Apr 15, 1803 

*512 William" b Mar I823 m Sarah Null 

513 Harriet R. lived only a year 

514 Jane b Jime 24, 1829 d Oct 7, 1902 at Detroit 

m William Armstrong who d 1902 

a Hattie Armstrong d Jan 21, 1922 not m, taught school 
b Louise Armstrong not m, taught school Mich. 
c William Armstrong m I884 Sarah Galpin Res Lansing/ 
1 Helen Armstrong b June 4. I888 

m Oct 12, 1910 Frank H. Dains Res Lansing, Mich. 

a George William Dains 

b Robert Edwin Dains 
d Jane Armstrong not m, res Ann Arbor Mich. m, 
e Edward Dean Armstrong d Sept 15, l8o5 at Detroit not/ 

514.5 Martha Marie d 1838 at six years of age 

515 Lucy Ann b 1835 d I838 

516 Willis Henry b Sept 15, 1838 d in Civil War, not m. 

192 192 (WDK) 

HARRy5 DEAU b Westfield, Mass., Feb 6, I799 s [77] Samuel 

and Mary (Weller) Dean d Feb 19, 1S07 at Otsego, 
Mich, m-1 May 7, 1825 PHOEBE LEONARD who was b July 21, 
1826 and d Feb 8, 1832 m-2 July 10, 1833 CALISTA LUCE who 
was b Stow, Vt. , Feb 23, l8l2 and d Oct §, 1873. This fam- 
ily settled mainly at Grand Rapids, and spread to various 
parts of Michigan, and some to Seattle, Wash, 

Children of Henry and Phoebe: 

516.1 John Abbott" b Aug 5, 1827 at Detroit d Auburn, Mich,, 

June 2, 1831 

516.2 George Weller b May 10, I829 d Aug I8, I831 

516.3 Franklin b June 11, 1831 d Nov 22, 1831 

516.4 Francis, twin of Franklin d Jiine 13, 1831 
Children of Henry and Calista: 

517 Oscar H. b Detroit Aug 7, I834. Served two or three 

years in the Civil War, m Dec 1861 Alice Johnson, res 
Owosso, Mich., rem Zona, Mich. (1919), kept a grocery 
store. 

518 Phoebe Jane b Jan 6, 1836 d Feb 24, I852 not m. 



DESCENDAIJTS OF JOHH EEAU 89 

192-2 192-2 

c 519 

519 Martha" t Grand Rapids, Mich., Jan 5, 1859 d Oct 12, 

1869 m Oct 24, 1855 B. F. Stevens 

a Infant daughter, d shortly after "birth 

"b Harry Wallace Stevens b Dec 8, l858 d Aug 1, l859 

520 Zaliska Leta b Talmage, Mich., Mar 16, I842 d Otsego, 

Mich., May 20, I907 m Aug 24, I864 Dr. Sidney W. 
Thompson who d Dec 4, I9II 

a Martha D. Thompson b May 26, l855 m Feb 14, 1889 
George W. Damuth of Chicago. 

1 Harold Damuth b Sept I5, I89O at Hampton, la. 

2 George Damuth b May 17, 1900 at Chicago 

b Franklin 77, Thompson b Apr I4, 1870 m Clara Alway 
Family lived in Tacoma, Vfesh. 

1 Mary A. Thompson b Oct 2, I904 

2 Frank \7. Thompson, Jr., b Sept I7, 1905, was a 

locomotive engineer, killed on his run in the 
Cascade Mts. 

3 Mark Alway Thompson b Apr 15, 1908 

*521 Ludovico b Aug 9, l845 ™-l Mary McMahon m-2 Augusta 
Campbell 

522 Effie b Grand Bapids Jan 25, I847 d Aug 20, I879 

m Dr. J. D. Peters, rem Seattle, '.Vash. He d Ranton, 

Wash. Apr 11, 1916 

a Maud A. Peters b Dec 25, I872 at Grand Rapids, Mich, 
m Oct 1, 1894 Edward L. Wynn, musician, b in Cent- 
ral America Sept 30, l858 lived in Grand Rapids 
till 1898, then rem Kalamazoo, Mich., thence to 
Seattle, Wash., in 1904 

1 Lucille E. Wynn b July 11 , I895 m July 24, I914 
Harold L, Vinning who was b Seattle May 20, I088 
a George Edward Vinning b Seattle Aug 29, 1915 

b Effie Dean Peters b Grand Rapids July I9, 1878 
m Sept 5, 1901 Glen H. Davidson at Grand Rapids. 
He was b Grand Rapids Hov 28, I877 , went to Seattle 
in 1897, returned for the above wedding, then they 
removed to Seattle and remained there. He is Mgr. 
Mortgage Loan Dept. , Title Trust Co, In I9IO and 
1911 they lived in Idaho. 

1 Barbara Davidson b Sep 25, 1902 in Seattle 

2 Olive Kate Davidson b Apr 15, 1905 " 

3 Lorna Effie Davidson b Jan 25, I907 

4 James Dean Davidson b May 27, 191c 

523 Emily Elizabeth b Grand Rapids, Mich., Feb 11, 1848 

not m. d Sept 25, I86I 

*524 Charles Weller b Sept 11, 1850 m Georgia Jenkins 

525 Alfred Kelley b June 4, 1854 d Aug 31, I855 

526 Marian (Maggie) Calista b Grand Rapids June 23, l857 

Res Otsego, Mich. 



90 DESCEIIDMTS OF JOmi DEllT 

194 194 (WDK) 

AAROIT WELLEr5 DEAIT "b Maxtinsburgh, U.Y. , Oct 1, l803 s [77] 

Samuel and Mary (Weller) Dean d Sept 29, 
1878 Came with Ms father to Roc>-t)ort (Rocky River), 0., in 
1814. m-1 Kov 19, 1829 ESTHER AM WEEES, of Auhxurn, Mich. 
in-2 Oct 23, 1835 ACHSAH WHITWOGD of W. Stockhridge, Mass. 
She was h July 12, 1814 and d Max 18, I889. 

526.5 Esther Ann d Sept I5, I830, two weeks old. 

*527 Flavius Josephus h Oct 23, 1836 m Henrietta Parcell 

528 Esther Weeks h June 17, 1838 d Jan 8, 1928 m Sept I7 , 

1864 James M. Meredith 

a Clarence Meredith h Aug 15. 1865 d Feh 11, 1871 
1) Percy Meredith b Mar 12, I867 m Sept I5 1898 
Mary Voris (contraction for Von Vorhes) 

1 Alta Marie Meredith h Butler, Mo., Sept 1, 1899 

m Oregon City, Ore., June 10, 192I John Thomas 
Braker, who was b Dennison, Tex., Oct 16, 1895 
a Max Louis Braker h Los Angeles Mar 22. 1923 

2 Dean Voris Meredith b Butler, Mo., Oct 1, I904 

3 Maxine Davis Meredith b Oregon City Mar 2, I916 
c Margaret Meredith not m, now deceased 

d Erin Meredith b Dec 15, 1871 m-1 Jan 13, 1892 
Charles Carney m-2 Aug 2, 19OO James S. House 
She d June 7, 1917 

1 Eleva Carney b Passaic Mo., Jan 13, l893 

d Sept 15, 1895 

2 Mary House b Appleton City, Mo., Jan 26, I909 

529 Marian Gertrude b June 15, 184I d June 17, 1843 

550 Caroline b May 28, I843 not m, d May 25, I864 

531 Erin Augusta b Jan 16, 1845 d Aug 25, I919 in Cleve- 
land m Daniel C. Shull 

a Florence G. Shull b Cleveland Aug 30, I874 not m. 
b Satie Whitwood Shull b Mar 11, 107b in Cleveland 

m Uov 5. 1902 Amasa R. Jaquith, res Detroit, 

rem Los Angeles in 1910 

1 Jeanne Louise Jaquith b Detroit Aug 15, 1905 

d Feb 7, 1925 

2 Carol Rust Jaquith b Los Angeles Nov 20, 191I 

3 Rosemary Jaquith b Los Angeles June 17 , 19^4 

*532 Charles 0. "Zach" b Sept 1, I847 m Oliva Colahan 

533 Alta Minerva b July 26, I851 d July 11, I929 not m. 

*534 Frank S. b Oct 26, 1853 m Anna Armstrong 

535 Stella Grace b Oct 6, 1856 d Hov 25, 1894 m lov 30, 
1884 Henry W, Stecher She d Uov 25, I094 He m-2 
Margaret Dixon 
a Frederick Stecher died in infancy 



DESCEUDAnTS OP JOHN DEM 9I 

194-2 194-2 

555 

535 t Henry Dean Stecher "b May 25, 1895 

m Dorothy Posten Fe"b 12, I918 

1 Uancy Posten Stecher b Jan 23, 192I m Feh 3, I944 
John A. S. Brown III, who was an Ensign in the 
U.S. Ilavy 

a Laurel Whiting Brown b Nov 10, 1946 
h Dale Thompson Brown (dau) h Jul 30, 1949 
c Jeffrey Stecher Brown h Feb 8, I953 

536 Jessie narcissus b Jan 4, I859 d May I8, 1927 

m George E, Bliss Dec 21, I092 

a Dean 0. Bliss b Oshkosh, Wis,, Jan 7, 1894 m Sept 10, 

1923 Leah Ruth Barnes, res Avon 0. 

1 George Orlando Bliss b July 8, 1924 

2 Prank Whitwood " b Oct 28, I925 d 1940 

3 Virginia Dean " b May lA, I929 

4 Darwin Thomas " b llov 18, 1930 

5 Cyrus Henry " b Peb 19, 1934 

197 (PRD) 197 

PHILEMON DOOLITTLE^ DEAN b Sheffield, Mass., Mar 13, 1794 

8 [81] Orange and Phebe (Doolittle) 
Dean d Villanova, Ont. , Dec 11, 187O m Jan 2, l822 at 
Grimsby, Ont., REBECCA KENNEY b Grimsby or Smithville, Ont., 
Apr 9, 1802 d Villanova, Ont., July 20, 1869 

540 Phebe S. b Grimsby or Trafalgar, Ont., Aug 10, l822 

d Villanova, May ^0 , 1854 ™ John S, Jackson 
a Angeline Erthusa Jackson b Villanova, Ont, 

d Caledonia, N.Y. , 1923 
b Orange Jackson b Villanova, Ont. 
c Peter Jackson " 

541 Margaret b Trafalgar, Ont., June 22, 1824 

m-1 Hiram Sawdy (Sody?) m-2 John Labar 
a Lydia M. Sawdy 
b Sarah J. Labar 
c Elsie Labar 
d Wesley Labar 

542 Julia A. b Trafalgar, Ont., I825 d Villanova, Ont., 

July 19, 1903 m Samuel Crocker 
a Rebecca Crocker 
b Niza Crooker 
c Aretta Crooker 

*543 Orange b Trafalgar, Ont. 

m Ellen Smith at Villanova, Ont. 

*544 David Kenney b Trafalgar, Ont., July 11, I83I 
m-1 Charlotte Hazelton Peb 21, I861 
m-2 Olive J. (Gibbs) Dean 

*545 John Myron b Trafalgar, Ont., Sept 29, l833 
m Sarah Jane Lundy May 20, 1872 



92 DESCEIIDAITTS OP JOHN DEM 

197-2 197-2 

546 Sarah Jane" b Trafalgar, Ont. , Feb 24, I836 
d Villanova, Out., Aug 4, I852 

*547 James Johnson b Trafalgar, Ont., l8$7-?-l843 
m Jennie Wright 

*548 Albert b Trafalgar, Ont., l838-?-l844 
m Delia Lindley 

549 Martha R. b Trafalgar, Ont., 1844 d Villanova, Ont., 

Mar 24, 1867 m Andrew J, Finch 
a Wallace Finch 

550 Caroline b Trafalgar or Villanova 1846 d at Bust, Mich., 

May 19, 1888 m Albert Ammerman 

a Alexander Weller Ammerman b Kov 11, I87I 

b James Alexander Ammerman b Mar 5» 1873 

c Ordella Ammerman b Feb 17 , 1875 

d Annie Ammerman b Hov 20, 1876 

e Charles Ammerman b Feb 20, 1881 Ees Simcoe, Ont. 

f Jennie Ammerman b Oct S, 1882 

g Viola Ammerman b Apr 15, l885 

h Albert Ammerman b Apr 8, 1888 

198 198 

ORANGE^ DEAI b Sheffield, Mass., Apr 23, I796 s [81] Orange 

and Phebe (Doolittle) Dean d Caledonia, H.Y. , 
May 15, 1853 He was a shoemaker and a farmer, m Kov 21, 
1815 at Caledonia JUIIA AM FULIEB, dau David Fuller of Pa., 
a Rev. War soldier. She was b in Penna. , July 31, 179^ 
d Caledonia, IT.Y. , June 16, 1865. "After residing in Syra- 
cuse, they removed to Caledonia and bought the farm now 
(1904) owned by their son Martin." (Doolittle Gen) 

Children, all born in Caledonia: 

551 Ann" m James McKay 

552 Abbie A. m Luke Douglas 

553 Esther d Ypsilanti, Mich, m Jeremiah llewton 

554 John M. m Sarah Chaddock one daughter. 

555 Mary L. b Aug 1, 1828 m Jan 1, 1852 Dr. P. S. McArthur 

a Julia D. McArthur b 1853 m Franklin P. Cook 1879 
b Mary McArthur b 1856 d 1859 

c Dr. Daniel S. McArthur b Mar 28, 1859 m Jan 31, 1886 
Eloise Johnson Res La Crosse, Wise. 

*556 Orange III m Mary McDonald 

557 Charles A. b l822 d Caledonia Dec 20, 1846 

558 George Washington b Aug 4, 18 30 d July 30, 1831 



DESCEHMWTS OP JOHK DEM 93 

198-2 198-2 

6 559 

559 Martha Washington h 1834 d Mar 16, 1835 

560 Julianette h 1836 d Apr 30, I836 

561 Alexander McDonald Id 1838 d I888 m Olive J. Gihbs 

*552 Martin Van Bur en h 1842 d 1910 
m Angeline Erthusa Jackson 

203 (MDC) 203 

DAUIEL^ DEM h Petersham, Mass., Oct 4 1771 s [82] 

Jeremiah III and Abigail (Draper) Dean (Phm R) 
d at the home of his son Erastus in Delmar Twp. , near Wells- 
"boro. Pa. Oct 10, 1866, aged 95 years, m at Petersham 
Dec 22, 1800 (PB-Phm R) JERUSHA HOUGHTOII [832] who was b 
Petersham May 9, I776 (Houghton Gen) dau Pharez and Jemima 
(Southworth) Houghton of Petersham. She d Petersham Peh 21, 
1846. (GSR) Her father, Pharez Houghton, was a Pvt. in 
Capt. John ^/heeler's Co, of Minute Men who marched on the 
alarm of Apr 19, 1775» service 12 1/2 days; also in Capt. 
Wing Spooner's Co., Col, Cushing's Regt. , service 1 month, 
12 days, with the northern Army. (MSSRW) 

Born in the early days of the town life of Petersham, 
Daniel received "but little formal schooling, however, the 
few letters from his pen which have come down to the present 
exhibit a good hand and an easy style of expression, and 
picture a man devoted to his farm, his home and his family. 
His son Erastus received an "academic education" and Seneca 
schooled himself in medicine, hence it may be said that he 
either provided or inspired more education for his sons than 
he had had himself. He brought his bride to the home occu- 
pied by his father and himself, and later came also the wid- 
owed mother of his wife, whereupon, the parents decided to 
get married also. After the death of his wife in 1846, 
Daniel continued to operate his farm till I851, when, at the 
age of 80, he sold most of his effects, loaded the rest on 
a "lumber" wagon, and drove from central Massachusetts to 
north-central Pennsylvania, to the home of his son Erastus, 
near Wellsboro, Pa., where he died in l856 at the ripe age 
of 95 years. 

He was commissioned an Ensign in the Jiid Regt. , 2nd Bri- 
gade, 7th Div. , Mass, Militia on June 29, I804, advanced 
to Lieutenant Apr 25, I808, and promoted to Captain on Apr 2, 
1811, in which rank he was discharged at his own request on 
Peb 13, 1812 (Mass. Mil, Rec, ) 

Daniel and Jerusha had nine children, all born in Petersham, 
only three of them living past age 21, The children always 
spelled their name Deane, being so firm in making the change 
that they even added the final "e", in a different ink, to 
Daniel's name in his family Bible. 



580 Olive^ b Mar 4, l802 d Oct 25, 1804 



94 DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEM 

203-2 203-2 

581 Atigail° t Dec 5, I803 d at Delmar Pa., Pet 8, 1844 

m Apr 5, 1829 Israel Stone [643] of New Salem, l,!ass, 
(Stone Gen.) Bern 1834 to Delmar, Pa. He was Justice 
of the Peace, School Director, Assessor (21 years) ^ etc. 
He d 1887. 

a Adeline D. Stone "b Hew Salem, Mass., 1832 d Hiver- 
side, Broome Co., IT.Y. , 191I m Henry B. '.Vilson 

1 Julia A. 77ilson h I853 m-1 Henry M. Taylor 

m-2 William T, Finn, farmer, of Riverside, IT.Y., 
who had three children hy a former marriage, viz: 
a Frank Finn, telegraph lineman for D L & W HB. 
"b Edward Finn, fireman on the Erie RR. 
c Nina Finn 

2 William H. Wilson h I859 d Corning, N.Y. , I912 

m Luella Harding. Had nine children. 

3 Dora A. Wilson b 1868 

t Adella A. Stone h Delmar 1835 d there 1837 
c Dwight F. Stone h Delmar l837, pointer, school- 
teacher, "bookkeeper. Civil 7/ar service, m 1862 
Caroline L. Barlow of Charleston, Pa. Res there. 
He d 1877, she in 189S 

1 Stella M. Stone h 1866 m-1 1897 Fred H. Sensa- 

haugh m-2 1915 Antonio V. Costentino 

a Frances B. Sensahaugh h Saginaw, Kich. , 1904 

2 Bertha J. Stone b I873 m 1893 Ed,vard Neal, hotel 

keeper. Res Westfield, Harrison, Ulysses and 

Gaffney, Pa, 

a Clifford E. Neal b Westfield, Pa. 1894 

b Caroline S. Heal b " 1897 
d O(rion) Brewer Stone b Delmar l839 Served 3 years in 
the Civil War. Farmer, res Riverside, N.Y. , 
m-1 l858 Abigail (Wilcox) Pxirdy m-2 189I Priscilla 
(Boyden) Parks 

1 Hannah A. Stone b Riverside 1878 d 1893 

2 Luanna C. Stone (adopted) b 1883 

e Eugene Howard Stone b Delmar 1842 , served 3 years in 
the Civil War. Farmer in Delmar. m 1864 Sarah 
Francis 

1 Fred Arthur Stone b 1867 

2 Mary Abigail Stone b 187O m George W. Campbell 

3 Winifred Ann Stone b I878 m Hobart F. Maynard 

4 Sarah Emily Stone b 1885 m Rankin V. Stermer 

By a second wife, Israel had a son who became Governor 
of Pennsylvania. 

582 Adeline b Nov 15, I805 d Sept 18, I826 

583 Cheselden Houghton b Oct 9, 1807 d Dec 28, 1808 

*584 Erastus Putnam b Nov 25, 1809 

m Mary Elizabeth McEwen June 29, I837 

585 Daniel Dwight b Jan 8, l8l2 d Aug 3, 1815 

586 Esther b Kay 5, 1814 d Aug 2, 1815 



DESCEKDMTS OF JOHN DEAN 95 

203-3 203-3 

* o 587 

'587 Seneca Fisher t llov 21, 1816 
m Mary Margaret Harris 

588 Cheselden Dwight t Dec 23, 1819 d Aug I4, 1823 

211 211 

JOSEPH^ DEAU III b Dedham, Mass., Aug 13, 1774 (DR 131) 

s [96] Joseph II and Sithel (Smith) Dean 
d Feb 19, 1814 aged 39 (GSB-DR 230 ) m at Dedham Jan 26. 
1804 HAKMH FAKRIIGTON (DR 208) who d Oct 16, I843 (GSR- 
DR 234-IX: 279) 

Children, h Dedham: 

610 Hannah S, h Sept 5, 1806 (DR I44) d Dedham llov 13, 

1862 (DR2) m Jeremiah ff. Gay Sept 16, 184I (DC 202) 
a Joseph A. Gay h 185G d May 27, 1873 

611 Rebecca Farrington b Nov 11, 1811 (DR 146) d Dedham 

Feb 12, 1882 (DR2) m Edwin \Thiting of Dedham Dec 21. 
1830 (DR 218) 

220 (FWG) 220 

JEREMIAH DEAU b Warwick, Mass., Oct 6, I778 s [102] Joshua 

and Mercy (Goddard) Dean d Gill, Mass., 
d Gill, Mar 29, I867 (Apr 29, I867 MSR) m llov I7 , 1804* at 
Gill to RHODA ALLEN, of Gill, dau John and Jemima (Janes) 
Allen and granddaue:hter of Ebenezer Janes. She was b Gill 
Mar 3, 1779 d Gill^Feb 20, I866 (MSR) At the age of 21 
Jeremiah purchased a farm in Burlington, Otsego- Co., K.Y. 
Was a Sergeant of the 1st Squadron, 5*^^ Div. , K.Y. State 
Cavalry in 1807. In 1816 they moved to Royalston, Mass., 
where they bought and operated a saw- and gristmill, which 
they sold in I03I, and moved to Gill, where they bought a 
farm. Members Cong, Church (Biog. Rev., Fr. Co., I895 ) 

Children, first six b Burlington, last four b Royalston: 

620 Mercy Lina (Marylena*, Mercelina MSR) b Oct 1, 1805* 

d Athol, Mass., Aug 23, I872, not m (MSR) 

621 Hannah Jane b Mar 19, 1807* m at Gill Sept 16 1845* 

Adam Prouty of Athol. She d Athol Feb 12, I891 

622 Rhoda Allen b May I6, I808* m at Gill May 28, I845 

Abel Ballou Bliss of Royalston. She d Westfield, Mass. 

Feb 19, 1896 

a Mary Ann Bliss 

*623 Rev. James Oliver b Dec 30, 18IO (Dec 29*) m May 8, 
1839 Hannah Green of Leyden, Mass. 

*624 Hiram Walbridge b July 1, l8l2* 
m Melinda Slate Mar 30, I842 



g6 DESCMDMTS OP JOim DEM 

220-2 220-2 

625 Achsah Wells^ t Feb 16, 1814* m at Gill Oct 24, 1839* 
Lathrop Cushman of Bernards ton. She d Bernardston 
Mar 25, 1886 

*626 Alter t Erastus t July 29, I816* [July 31, MSB) 
m Eeziah H. Kimtall Jan 1, I84O 

627 Hepsibah Jemima "b Mar 30, 1818 m at Gill Hov 23, 1848 

Seth Hale, wdwr , of Bernardston. She d Gill May 5, 

1885 

a Andrew Hale K^^y^ ^ before I913 

h Clarence Hale) -^ 

628 Harriet ITewell b July 1, l822 d Gill llov 2, 1852 (MSR) 

*629 Dr. Ehenezer Alexander h Jan 16, 1825 m May 15, I854 
Hannah D, Sanderson of Woodstock, 7t. He d Montague, 
Mass. , May 31, 1908 

* Royalston Records 

222 222 (JWD) 

JOSHUA^ DEAN III h Warwick, Mass., June l5, 1782 s [102] 

Joshua II and Mercy (Goddard) Dean 
d Covington, Wyoming Co., K.Y. , July 4, I847 (GSR Pearl 
Creek, Wyo. Co.) m-1 Sept 10, I806 MARY (POLLY) CARTER 
FAIRBAKKS of Walpole, II, H. , dau Capt, Jonas and Freelove 
(Stanley) Fairbanks of Dudley, Mass,, and Chesterfield, U,H. 
She was h Apr 30, I786 and d Dec I9, I824. Joshua m-2 in 
1827 CLARISSA MORSE. In I808, or '09, Joshua, in company 
with his brothers-in-law, Ebenezer Fairbanks, Samuel Scott 

and Lee, emigrated to Eton, Madison Co., IT.Y. , being 

followed in a year or so by his father-in-law Capt, Jonas 
Fairbanks, with the remainder of the family. (Fairbanks Gen) 

Children of Joshua and Mary, all b Morrisville, Madison Co,,/ 

r ir.Y. 

*635 Rev, William° b June 21, I807 

m-1 Matilda Coman 

m-2 Theodosia Ann Barker 

m-3 Maria Brown 

636 Marietta b Feb 8, 1809 not m. d Wyoming, IT.Y., Jan 30, 
1857 (GSR Pearl Creek, I^I.Y. ) 

*637 Alden b llov 10, 181I (1810 GSR) Farmer in Eaton, N,Y, 
m Lucetta Cole d Apr 5, 1890 (GSR Pearl Creek, 1T,Y. ) 

638 Worcester Colwest b Jan 16, I814 Res (1846) Hanover, 

Jackson Co,, Mich, Res several years in Chicago, 
where he dealt in grain. d Jan 30, I857 (HWG) Had a 
daughter who married and was widowed in 1860. 

639 Sarah (or Sally) b Mar 23, l8l5 m William Holenback of 

Covington, II, Y,, had two children, d Oct 18, 1872 
(GSR Pearl Creek, I.Y. ) 



DESCEUDAIITS OP JOHN DEM 97 

222-2 222-2 

640 

640 Dr. Henry 7/allace, physician, b Aug 22, 1818 

m Elizabeth 

641 Mary ("Polly") b Oct 26, I82O d Morrisville Apr 10,l824 

642 Franklin b Jan 21, l822 d Morrisville Oct 29, I823 

Children of Joshua and Clarissa, all b Morrisville, Madison/ 

Co.,If.Y. 

643 Benjamin Franklin b Jan 19, 1828, living in 1846 with 

his father at Covington, K.Y. 

644 Mary Elizabeth b Dec 11, 1832, lived with her father 

at Covington, II. Y. d Sept 30, 1854 

225 (HI,1D-JWD) 225 

JOHN^ DEAU b Warwick, Mass., Mar 6, I787 s [102] Joshua II 

and Mercy (Goddard) Dean d at Eaton, H.Y. , Dec 1, 
1847 m-1 at Eaton July 23, I809 LUCIHDA GODDARD of Eaton 
who was b Aug 12, 1793 and d at Eaton Aug 29, I830. He m-2 
Mar 19, 1833 CHARLOTTE WHITON who was b Uov 9, I79I and d 
Eaton Aug 29, I863 

Children of John and Lucinda, b Morrisville or Eaton: 
c 

645 Eliza b Apr 21, I8IO d at kelson, IJ.Y. , Dec 18, I873 

m Ebenezer ;'/hite May 9, 1844 

a Helen White m Burdette Griffiths, had 3 children. 
Res Woodstock, H.Y. {I883) 

b Louisa Stannard living in 1883 

646 Sephronia b Oct 9, I8II d at llelson, N.Y. Feb 22, 1847 

m Joseph Slocum Mar 9, 1837 

a Mary Slocum m Warren Lee, had five children 

b Lyman Slocum m Lucy Freeborn, one child, a daughter 

c Irving Slocum d at age I4 

647 Hannah b June 7, 1813 d at Eaton July 8, I846, not m. 

648 Mary Ann b Apr 21, 1815 m Stephen Stannard and rem to 

Lamoille, 111., where she d June 1, I907 
a Mary Stannard m William Bowmen, had several children 
*649 LJnnan Goddard b Feb 24, 

c Lucinda Stannard m Johnson 

d Julia Stannard m Rufus Frost, had one child 
e Hattie Stannard living in I883 
f Amos Stannard " " 

*649 Lsnnan Goddard b Feb 24, 1817 Res Morrisville where 
he d July 8, I904 m at Morrisville July 5, I04O Mary 
Janet Carpenter, of llelson, H.Y. 

650 Harriet b Apr I4, 1819 d at Eaton July 23, I843, not m. 

651 Lucinda b Nov 9, 182I m at Lamoille, 111., May 2, 1850 

Charles Spencer. She d Lamoille Mar 16, 1854* 
They had one child, died young 



98 LESCEIIIIAIITS OF JOM DEM 

225-2 225-2 

652 Lucretia" "b Sept 12, I825 d Eaton Jime 21, 1842 , not m. 

653 Caroline Adelia "b July 1, 1826 d Georgetown, II. Y. . 

June 8, 1868 m Francis V/hite July 12, I864. They 
had one child, died young. 

654 Susan Aurelia h June 29, 1829 d at Eaton Oct 11, I832 
Child of John and Charlotte: 

655 Sarah Jane h Mar 4, 1834 d at Morrisville Uov 21, 1883 

m Nov 28, 1882 Benjamin Graham of Morrisville 

226 226 (JWD- Fairbanks Gen-WLW- 

c MTIC-and others) 

DAVID-' DEAl h Royalston, Mass., Dec 19 , I792 s [102] 

Joshua II and Mercy (Goddard) Dean. Res Eaton, 
Madison Co., IT.Y. till l837, rem Mt, Vernon, 0., where he d 
Mar 25 (5?), 1866 m Apr 3 (10?), I816 at Eaton SOPHIA PAIR- 
BAIIKS who was h Morrisville II. Y., Mar 9, I793 dau Capt. 
Jonas and Freelove (Stanley) Fairbanks of Walpole, 11. H. and 
Morrisville, II. Y. d Alhion, la., Oct 12, 1877 Sophia was 
a sister of Mary Carter Fairbanks, the wife of David's 
brother [222] Joshua Dean III. 

Children b Morrisville (Twp.) or Eaton (town): 

*656 Aramel b Dec 30, 1816 Res Utica, N.Y. , a photographer 
d Oct 23, 1894 m Jan 1, 1839 Nancy M. Willard 

*657 Clinton Erastus (Erastus Clinton) b Feb 24, I819 
m Mary Schaffer May 19, 1853 

658 Lurancy G. (data WIW) b Apr 12, 182I d Albion, la., 

TIov 2d, 1911 m Isaac Dennis Jan 24, 1856 at Mt, Vernon, 
Ohio, who was b Washington Co., Pa., Feb 20, l8l2 and 
d at Albion, la,, Sept 5, 1902 

a Frank Dennis b Albion Feb 21, 1864 Res Albion, la, 
m Lou A. Brown Apr 25, 1888 at Albion. She was b 
Franklin Grove, 111,, Hov 28, 1865 d Albion Uov 8, 

1929 

1 Rheba Dennis b Albion Dec 11, 1892 

m Angus W, lleff, farmer. Mar 11, 1914 ^^o was b 
Liscomb, la., Jan 9, I890 d Albion July 4, I95I 
a Wilford Heff b Liscomb, la., July 27, I918 
m Lorene Finch in 1945 ^^s Melbourne, la. 

1 Dennis Bryce lleff b Eldora, la., Aug 3, I948 

2 Denise Leigh lleff b Marshalltown, la., 

Aug 11, 1952 

b Betty lleff b Liscomb, la., Aug 21, 192O 

m Richard Tomlinson in 194I Res Albion, la, 

1 Patricia Kay Tomlinson b June 5f 1942 

2 Paul Craig " b Aug 5, 1947 

3 Debra Lou " b Dec 26. I950 

2 Wendell Dennis b Albion, la., llov 22, 1897 

Res Garth Road Ardsley Apts., Scarsdale, II. Y. 
b Henry Dennis b Knox Co., 0., June 8, I857 
d E. Moline, 111, Oct 11, 1934 



DESCENMNTS OF JOHN DEM 99 

226-2 226-2 

658 

658 c Ella Dennis t Knox Co., 0., Jtme 21. I859 

d Council Bluffs, la., July 3, 1898 

659 Louisa Sophia" b Morrisville, N.Y. , Dec 11, 1823 

d Feb 22, I858 m June 27, I855 William Wing Lewie at 

Mt. Vernon, 0. He d 1892 

a Minnie Lewis m C, Dean (parentage unknown. ) 

1 Marjorie Dean 

2 Robert Dean 

b Emma Lewis m-1 Chambers m-2 1903 Roy Montanya 

s [1068] Dwight and Lily Alice (Dean) Montanya 

660 Charlotte, seamstress, b Feb 10, 1825 Rem Albion, la., 

with her mother, in I868. Rem Mina, Kan., 1910 (MVLC) 
d Mina, Kan., Apr 30, 1919 

661 Mary Carter b Feb I4, I827 — named after her Aunt, above 

noted, m William Ashford Woodward, farmer, Apr 1 (4?), 
1850 at East Union, 0. He was b Mar 29, 1823 and d 
Belleville 0., Sept 27, 1903. She d Marietta, la., 
Dec 1 1893 following which he m-2 Mary (Schaffer) 
(Dean) (Eickolls) wdw of [657] Clinton E. Dean, above. 
a William Henry Clay Woodward, farmer, b Knox Co., 0., 
Feb 13, 1851 m at Marietta, la.. May 28, 1885 to 
Elizabeth Tomlinson who was b Columbiana Co., 0., 
May 11, 1850 dau Thomas and Hannah (Iden) Tomlinson 
d Marshalltown la., Apr 28, 191I He d Marshall- 
town Mar 4, 1936 

1 William Laurence Woodward, farmer, b Marietta, 

la.. Mar I4, 1886. Furnished the data on the 
Woodwards, m Aug 27, 1913 Harriett Taylor 
Russell who was b Winfield, la., Apr 10, 1886 
Res RD 3, Marshalltown, la. 
a William Russell V/oodward b Marshalltown Dec 3t 

1915 m Cora Charity Houghton Apr 19, 194I 

who was b Albion, la.. May 26, 1919 

Res Tucson, Ariz. 

1 William Dennis Woodward b Marshalltown, 
la., Oct 2, 1942 

2 Thomas Ernest Woodward b Marietta, la.. Mar 9, 

1890 m at State Center, la., Jan 2, 1912 Elsie 
Haddock b Marshall Co., Aug 28, 1893 d at Deer 
Lodge, Mont., Feb 1944. He m-2 Mrs. Marcia 
Stansberry. Res Phoenix, Ariz. 
a Thomas Ernest Woodward b Jun 2Q, I916 
b James Haddock " b Apr b, 1924 
c Shirley Kathleen " b Dee 12, I926 
b John Winfield V/oodward b Coshocton Co., 0., Oct 3, 
1853 d Delnhos, Kan., Dec 11, 1922 m Davenport, 
la.. Sept 23, 1880 Mary Elizabeth Kennedy b Daven- 
port Nov 9, 1858 d St. Louis, Mo., Mar 9, I924 
1 Lilith May Woodward b Delphos Kan., July 3, l882 
m Delphos, Kan., Nov 11, 1906 Blake D. Hull 
b Nov 1882 d Dallas, Tex., Feb 16, 1952. She 
res 3512 Granada Ave., Dallas, Tex. 
a Sidney Blake Hull b Kansas City, Mo., Dec 1, 
1907 m Feb 8, 1936 Arlene Corley Res Dallas. 
Tex. 



100 DESCMDAIITS OF JOmi DEM 

226-3 226-3 

661 "b 1 a 1 Rotert Blake Hull 
2 Patricia Hull q 
b Bartaxa Mary Hull" b St. Louis, Mo,, Feb 13, 
1918 m Neil Johnson Res Dallas, Tex. 

1 Jo Ann Johnson 

2 Neil Johnson III 

3 Barbara Johnson 

2 Sarah Eva Woodward^ b Delphos, Kan., Oct 24, 1883 

Furnished this data on John ¥. Woodward 
m Delphos Apr I4, 1910 Theodore Bernard lord 
b Delphos Dec 6, 1882 d Emporia, Kan,, Oct 23, 
1930. She res Kimberly Apt B-1, 1219 Merchant 
St., Emporia, Kan, 

a Theodore Woodward Lord b Wamego, Kan,, Apr 13, 
1912 m Emporia, Kan,, Mar 1, 1936 Margaret 
Jones, Res Colorado Springs, Colo, 

1 Michael Lord d at birth 

2 Barbara Lord 

3 Diane Lord 

4 Theodore Lord 

5 Karen Lord 

5 Timothy Lord 
7 Deborah Lord 
b Richard Winslow Lord b Wamego, Kan,, Mar 24, 

1916 m Emporia, Kan,, Oct 5, I94O Ann 
Goldsmith. Res Wilmette, 111. 

1 Pamela Lord 

2 Penelope Lord 

3 Christopher Lord 

4 Rebecca Lord 

c Philip Rodney Lord b Wamego, Kan,, Oct 13, 

1917 m Ottawa, Kan,, Sept I4, 194O Roma June 
Ozenberger. Res Topeka, Kan, 

1 Linda Lu Lord 

2 John Philip Lord 

3 Mary Melissa Lord 

3 Blanche Olive Woodward b Minneapolis, Kan., 

Aug 19, 1888 m Delphos, Kan,, Sept 23, I913 to 
Claude Ross Moore who was b Delphos Oct 10, I885 
Res 2 N, Orange St,, Medford, Ore. 
a Betty Jane Moore b Delphos, Sept 27, 1919 
m May 27, 1942 Richard E, Hanna 

1 Steven Hanna 

2 William Hanna 

3 Michael John Hanna) 

4 Jane Michele Hanna) "twins 

b Mary Elizabeth Moore b Delphos Aug 23, 1914 
d same day 

4 John Ralph 7/oodward b Delphos, Kan,, Feb 12, I887 

d Minneapolis, Kan,, Aug 10, 1888 

5 Gordon Winfield Woodward b Delphos, Kan., Sept 13, 

1893 d Delphos Aug 11, 1895 

6 Victor Dean Woodward b Delphos, Kan,, Feb 8, 1898 

d Oberlin, Kan., May 13, 1936 m at Belleville, 
Kan,, Dec 7, 1922 Francis Helen Top who was b 
June 2, 1900 

a Mary Francis Woodward b Oberlin, Kan,, Oct 5, 
1923 Res Tulsa, Okla. 



DESCEUDAl^TS OP JOHII DEM 101 

226-4 226-4 

cr r q ^^1 

bbl b D "b Martha Jane Woodward-^ t Oberlin, Kan,, 

Fe"b 22, 1927 Res Puerto Rico 

c Jacqueline Woodward "b Oberlin, Kan., Aug 13, 

1928 m 1953 Thomas Milan Res Tulsa, Okla. 

7 Mary Elizabeth Woodward" b Delphos, Kan,, Apr 21, 

1899 m Webster Groves, Mo., Dee 21, 1920 

Herbert J, Leake who was b June 20, I088 d at 

Lowell, 0., Sept 1, 194O 

a John Herbert Leake b Jan 27, 1929 Res Kansas 

City, Mo. 

c Rosetta Woodward' b July 23, I854 d 1930, not m. 

d David Dean Woodward b near Coshocton, 0., June 8, 

1856 d Richland Co., 0,, Oct 27, 1929 m Mt. Vernon, 

0,, Mar 23, 1880 Mary Elizabeth Crane b Knox Co., 

0., Hov 2, 1856 d Richland Co., 0., Jan 13,1925 

1 Clarence Edgar Woodward b Richland Co., 0., 

Oct 25, 1882 m Wheeling, W.7a. , Feb 29, 1932 
Iva Durbin who was b Richland Co,, 0., June I7 , 
1885 Res Centerbujg, 0. No children. 

2 Howard Ashton Woodward b Richland C, , 0,, Oct 28, 

1885 d the following day 

3 Laura E. Woodward b near Lamar, Mo,, Aug 2, I887 

not m. Res RD 1, Belleville, 0, Furnished the 
data on David D, Woodward. 

4 Infant son b May 26, 189I d the following day. 

5 Walter Blaine Woodward b Richland Co,, 0., IIov I6, 

1892 m Mt, Gilead, 0., June 17, I932 Rachel 

Jeanette Galleher who was b Morrow Co., C, 

Dec 25, 1903 Res farm home, Belleville, 0. 

a Herbert Clark Woodward b Apr 25, 1934 

b Howard Everett Woodward b May 7, 1939 

c Dorothy Eileen Woodward b Feb 5, 194^ 

d Chester LeRoy Woodward b Dec 17 , 1943 

The first two above b Richland Co, , the second 

two Morrow Co. All reside with parents. 

6 Homer Dewey Woodward b Richland Co., 0., Aug 30, 

1897 m Latonia, Ky. , Aug 25, 1928 Eulala Durbin 
who was b Richland Co., 0., Nov 28, 1907 lo 
children. Res Belleville, 0, 
e Eleanor Sophia Woodward b Sept 15, 1858 

m Ezekiel Mills Kov I4, I883 
f Hiram Ashford Woodward b Dec 1, 1860 

m Mrs. Matilda Turbett Dec 1, I910 
g Charles Preemont Woodward b Belleville, 0,, Apr 3, 
1862 d Oklahoma City June 22, 1947 m Eldora, la,. 
Sept 19, 1895 Hellie Whitney b Eldora, la,. Dee 10, 
1871 

1 lleil Whitney Woodward b Eldora la,, Hov 10, 1898 

m Hobart, Okla,, June 20, I928 Velma Hummel who 
was b Chelsea, Okla,, July 2, I907 Res 4301 
W, Lincoln St., Oklahoma City, Okla, 
a Ueil W, Woodward b Oklahoma City Feb 3, 1937 
b Adopted a child, a boy 

2 Carl Samuel Woodward b Oklahoma City Sept I7 , 

1905 m Oklahoma City June 8, 1931 Virginia L, 
Mathis b Ardmore, Okla,, Oct 28, 1909 
Adopted two children, a boy and a girl. 



102 DESCEHDAHTS OP JOHN JEM 

226-5 226-5 

661 g J> Maxy Woodward "b Oklahoma City Sept 12, 1907 

m Okemah, Okla. , July 19, 1934 Glen Irwin Lock- 
wood who was h Dunn Cady, Wis., July 13, 190? 
ITo. ch. Mary furnished the data on Charles P. 
Woodward. Res 570O II. Kelley, E-1 , Box 31, 
Oklahoma City, Okla. 
h Mary Hannah Woodward' t Marietta, la., Jan I7 , 1864 
d Superior, ITet. , Peh 22, 1908 m Marietta, la.. 
Mar 5, 1884 David Beitler "b Hew Lishon, 0., Hov 9, 
1861 d Shepherd, Tex. Jan 21, 1941 

1 Henry Clay Beitler h Marietta, la. , Dec 18, I884 

m E. Millstone, H.J., Dec 28, 1916 Ella Gretta 
Voorhees b Brooklyn, l.Y. , May 15, 1895 Res 
Cowles, llehr. 
a Henry Clay Beitler, Jr., b E. Millstone, H.J,, 

Jan 26, 1918 Res Buena Park, Cal. 
b David Edwin Beitler b E. Millstone, II. J,, 

Sept 28, 1919 Res Cowles, llebr. 
c Ruth Gertrude Beitler b Cowles, llebr,, Peb 5, 

1923 m Reichstein Res Guide Rock, Hebr. 

d Richard Voorhees Beitler b Rosemont, lleb. , 

July 9, 1927 Res Cowles, Ilebr. 
e Evan Williams Beitler b Cowles, lleb,, Apr 14, 

1929 Res Cowles, Hebr. 
f Helen Kathryn Beitler b Cowles, Eeb. , June I4, 

1933 ro Graham Res Lebanon, Zan. 

2 Carrie C. Beitler b Shickley, leb., Peb 23, 1889 

Purnished the data on Mary H. Woodward m-1 
Superior, lleb., Dec 15, 1907 Alford LeRoy Hen- 
derson b Bostwick, Heb. , Aug 20, 1884 d Berthoud, 
Colo., Apr 30, 1945 m-2 Geneva, Heb., May 5, 
1949 Clarence A. Bailey b Superior, Heb., Aug 3, 
1888 
a Hope Henderson b Cornell Heb.. Peb 5, I9II 

d Superior, Heb., Peb 18, 192b 
b Bruce Stephen Henderson b Almena, Kan., Jan 6, 

1915 Res Yucaipa, Cal. 

3 Sarah Myrtella Beitler b Shickley, Heb., June 18, 

1894 m Helson, Heb., June 6, I914 Clifford C. 
Chaney b Superior, Heb., Apr 15, I894 Residence 
Palfa, Colo, 
a Loyal Chaney b Guiderock, Heb. Apr 1, I915 

d Superior, Heb., Peb 11, 19l5 
b Rosemary Chaney b Superior, Heb., Oct 23, I916 

m Miller Res 3141 Main St., Durango , 

Colo, 
c Doris Chaney b Wray, Colo., Oct 16, 1918 

Res Palfa, Colo. 

4 William Evan Beitler b Superior, Heb., Apr 11, 

1899 m Minden, Heb., July 21, I923 Plorence 
Gladys Keeney b Cowles, Heb., July 22, I90I 
Res 1014 W. 11th St., Hastings, Heb. 
a Robert Henry Beitler b Hastings, Heb., Sept 22, 

1924 d Epinal, Prance, Hov lb, 1944 

b Bruce Keeney Beitler b Hastings, Heb., Sept 5, 
1928 m Hemingford, Heb,, Dec 23, I950 Mary 
Barbara Shadle b Omaha, Heb., Hov 18, 1929 
Res 817 H. Burlington St., Hastings, *Heb. 
1 Robert Bruce Beitler b Hastings Jun 29, 1952 



DESCMDMTS OP JOHN DEAH 103 

226-6 222-6 

7 661 

661 i Jessie May Woodward' b Marietta, la,. May 28, I886 
d at Joseph, Ore., 1940 m Marietta, la,, Dec 24, 
1890 Robert Harper b Bradford, Canada, Oct 17 , 1865 
d Albion, la., Kov 19, 1927 

1 Clara Isabella Harper b Marietta, la,, Oct 7, 

1891 m Marietta, la,. Mar 12, 1913 Jay Monroe 
Stowell b in Sheridan Twp, , Powieshiek Co, , la. 
Children all born in Marshall Co,, la.: 

a Clara Stowell b Apr 25, 1914 Res 402 East South 
St,, Marshalltown, la. 

b Amanda Stowell b Jan 3, 19l5 Res Mondenre, 
Prance 

c Robert Herbert Stowell b Dec 12, 1917 Res 
408 South 4th Ave,, Marshalltown, la. 

d Jay Monroe Stowell b June 13, I92O Res Inde- 
pendence, la. 

e Rosalie Stowell b July 21, 1922 d Aug 8, 1922 

f Clifford Henry Stowell b July 21, 1923 Res 
Mason City, la. 

2 Robert Harold Harper b Marietta, la,, Nov 28, 

1892 d Lostine, Ore. July 1, I948 

3 Jessie Marion Harper b Marietta, la., Peb 3, l894 

d Orient, la. , 1937 

4 Margaret Eliza Harper b Marietta, la,, May 13, 

1897 m Des Moines Aug 28, I919 Prancis Merl 
Sonimerlot b Audubon, la,, Oct 3. l899 
Children all born at Albion, la, : 
a William Steeth Sommerlot b Apr 10, 1921 

Res 3956 Porter St,, Detroit, Mich. 
b Max Arnold Sommerlot b May 31, 1922 d in Cal, 

Dec 18, 1944 
c Robert Warren Sommerlot b Jxme 24, 1924 

Res 105 S, 8th St,, Marshalltown, la, 
d Richard Merl Sommerlot b Nov 19, 1926 

Res Union, la, 
e Wilfred Dean Sommerlot b June 8, 1928 

Res Albion, la, 
f Dale Eugene Sommerlot b June 30, 1930 

Res 10b S, 12th St, , Marshalltown, la. 
g Leon Allen Sommerlot b Uov 7, 1934 Resides 

Albion, la, 

5 William James Harper, b Marietta, la,, Nov 9, 

1899 Res Joseph, Ore, 

6 Helen Harper b Marietta, la,, Oct 11, 1902 

Res 3411 ^» Encanto Blvd., Phoenix, Ariz, 

7 Edgar Maurice Harper b Mar 6, I903 Res Rhineland- 

er. Wis, 

8 Kenneth Harper b Dec 19 1907 d May 19 1914 
J Walter Woodward b Apr 5, I868 d May 30, 1868 

k Myrtella Woodward b Marietta, la,, June 25, 1869 
d Lamar, Mo,, Jan 9, 1915 ^ Marietta, la,, Oct 4, 
1899 John Milton Benner b Peru, Ind, , IIov 7, I857 
and d Wayne, Mich,, Dec 30, 1947 

1 Maurice Benner b Lamar, Mo,, July 18, I9OO 

d Aug 26, 1902 

2 Ralph Benner b Lamar, Mo,, Aug 1, 190I d Aug 16, 

1902 



104 DESCEHIlMTS OF JOHN lEM 

226-7 226-7 

661 k 5 Lillian M. Benner^ t Lamar, Mo., Jan I7, 1903 

m Harold D. Rickert no eh, Bes RD 2, Box 74, 
Greenville, Pa. 
4 John Lyle Benner h Lamar, Mo., Jan I7, 1908 
m Sarah Isohel Kates no ch. Res 30525 Ecorse 
Rd., Inkgter. Mich. 

662 Sidney Mortimer^ b Apr 20, 1829 d Apr 19, 1832 

663 Ann Hasseltine Judson (dataMVlC) b Morrisville, H.Y. , 

June 12, 1832 d Mina, Kan., Aug 31, 192I m Mt. Vernon, 
Ohio, Sept 11, 1862 William Eagleson McKibhen, farmer, 
B Matthew and Jane (Eagleson) McKibben, b Knox Co., C, 
July 4, 1833 d Mina, Kan., Oct 20, I914 
a Lewellyn McClellan McKibben b Mt. Vernon Oct 2, 1863 

d Portland, Ore., Hov 22, 1933, iiot m. 
b Sherman Wellington McKibben, farmer and railroader, 
b Albion, la.. Mar 20, I865 m Marysville, Kan., 
Oct 22, 1901 Mary Lorinda Lower b Newton, la., 
May 16, 1864 dau Prank and Elizabeth (Craig) Lower 
of Mina, Kan. d Axtel, Kan., May 10, I934 
1 Mary Mabel McKibben b Mina, Kan., May 12, I904 
d May I5, I904 
c Edith Edabelle McKibben b Albion, la., Apr 3, 1867 

d Axtel, Kan., Apr 8, 1947 not m. 
d Ralph Jay Preston McKibben b Albion, la., Hov 28, 

l8b8 d Hastings, leb. , June 21, 1955 not m. 
e Angie Evaline McKibben b Laurel, la., Apr 19, I87I 
m at Mina, Kan,, Mar 8, 1898 Joseph Meyers Van Lew, 
farmer, b Hewton, la., May 28, 1867 s James and 
Elizabeth (Hollingsworth) Van Lew, d Axtel, Kan,, 
Jan 4, 194o» She res Axtel, Kan, Moved from Hew- 
ton to Axtel in covered wagon in I879, homesteaded 
160 acres of land. 

1 Merle Van Lew b Axtel, Kan., Feb 24, I899 

m June 6, 1923 Walter Vern Corey b Rexford, N.Y, , 
Aug 18, 1889 s George Edwin and Delilah (Will- 
iams) Corey, no children 

Res 1311 Waynoka, Hastings Nebr, Mrs, Corey 
furnished all the data on [663] A Tin H, J, Dean 

2 Avis Maree Van Lew b Axtel, Kan., Jan 29, 190I 

Director of Hursing at Stormont Vail Hospital, 
Topeka, Kan. Res 1021 Tyler, Topeka, Kan. 

3 Clara May Van Lew b Axtel, Kan., June 24, I903 

m Chicago Oct 11, 1930 Selden M. Pickrell, 
salesman, b Chicago, Aug 16, I899 s Harvey and 
Edith (Munger) Pickrell. No children. 

4 Iva Pearl Van Lew b Axtel, Kan,, Jan 21, I907 

m Chicago Jan 2, I933 Frederick Hall White, 
photographer, traveler and lecturer b May 26, 
1875 s Capt. Henry A, and La\ira (Thompson) White 
d Chicago July 23, I951 She res 7116 Constance 
Ave, S, Chicago, 49 111. 
f Minnie Adele McKibben b Laurel, la,, Jan 6, 1873 

not m. Res Axtel, Kan. 
g Mabel Medora McKibben b Marietta la., Apr 1, 1875 
d Englewood, Colo.,- Mar 18, 1936 m Golden, Colo,, 
Oct 1, 1928 James S. Stirrat, merchant, b Mina, Kan. 



DESCENDANT TS OF JOHN DEAN 105 

226-8 226-8 

663 
663 g In 1879 s Frank and Eliza (Detweller) Stirrat, no 
children. Res Summer field, Kan. 

*664 Gordon Byron t Sept 16, I834 

m Victoria Marquand Res Jefferson, la. 

228 

J0m5 DEAIT II b Deflham Sept 26, I772 (DR 112) s [103 ] John 

and Mary (Morse) Dean d Dedham May 5, I864 
aged 91 years, 7 mo., 6 days. (DR2) He wrote a will on Aug 
20, 1838, which was prohated Jan 3, 1865 (NR 5438) 
Uames of his grandchildren, and deaths of his children, as 
given helow, are obtained from the probate papers, m-1 Dec 
5, 1793 MULY (MILLITIAH) ELLIS (DR 206) who was h I777 and 
d Mar 27, 1812 (DC I94-GSR) m-2 Jan 25, I814 Mrs. PRUDENCE 
(FUILER) BABCOCE (DR 212) wdw of Jason Babcock. She was b 
Sept 27, 1774 dau Aaron and Abigail Fuller d Dedham Jan 10, 
1864 (DR2-MSR) John and Prudence j ch Mar 24, I816 (DC 175 ) 

Children of John and Milly, all b Dedham: 

c 
*670 Lemuel E. bapt June 21, I8OI (DC I8I ) 

m Julia Ann Morse July 25, 1830 (DC 201) 

671 Mary bapt June 21, I80I (DC 181) 

m Deacon C. Chickering Jan I4, 1826 (DC 201) 

672 Hannah b July I4, I800 (Everett Gen) bapt June 21, I80I 

(DC 181) d at Newton Dec 7, 1850 m at Dedham June 11, 

1826 (DC 201) Cyrus Everett b Foxboro Nov 25, I800 

s Joseph and Abigail (Caswell) Everett d Newton Mar 4, 

1862 (Everett Gen) 

a Cyrus Everett b Apr 18, 1827 d Oct 20, 1827 

b Hannah Everett b May 27, I828 d Dec 9, 1832 

c Martha M. Everett b May 22, 1831 d Dec 28 1832 

d Mary M. " b May 22, 1831 m June 5, 185I 

George E, Haven Res (I893) Hyde Park, Mass. 
e Hannah E. Everett b Oct 8, 1836 
f Georgianna Everett b May 27, l839 
g Harriet Augusta Everett b Dec 11, 1843 d May 23, 

1881 
h Maria Everett m (George?) Harris of Boston (UR 5438) 

673 Milly Ellis bapt Sept I8 l802 (DC 181) 

m Joseph Morse May 5, 1824 (DC 189) d before 1864 

674 Miriam Lewis bapt Dec 2, I804 (DC 182) d before 1838 

m John C. Andrews Jan 4, 1827 

a Louise' Andrews m Knapp of Newton Center 

b John C. Andrews 

675 John III bapt Nov 8, l807 (DC I82) 

m Apr 30, 1866 (aged 58) Sarah T. Hawkins of Dedham 
(aged 52 — b 1814) dau George and Dorcas Hawkins (DR2) 



106 DESCEHMITTS OF JOHIT DEM 

234 234 (Clafemont, N.H. Rec) 

URIEl5 DEAN b Unity, H.H. , Apr 6, I791 s [I06] Jeremiah 

and Millicent ( ) Dean mat Claremont N.H. , 

Dec 8, 1822 LUCIUDA TAPPAH He d Claremont July 1? , I854 
"He had "been Register of Protate for this County, and held 
several important Town offices. He was Cashier of the 
Clarenont Bank for two years when it first opened, and was 
for many years a merchant here, of the firm of Glidden and 
Dean." (The National Eagle, Claremont.) 

Children of Uriel and Lucinda, torn in Claremont: 

590 John James Tappan" t Aug 12, 1823 

691 Sarah Meriah h Oct 19, 1826 

m Claremont Nov 19, I845 Alpheus F, Snow 

a Frank Dean Snow d Aug 28, 1854, aged 5 years.** 

1) Alpheus H. Snow h Nov 8, 1859 

* Adm of estate of Uriel, July 26, I854 (Sullivan Co. 
1422-A, at Newport) lists Lucinda T. Dean, widow, and Sarah 
M, Snow, wife of Alpheus F, Snow, as the only heirs. It is 
evident that the son John died "before this date. 
** The Town Rec do not give the name of this son — it was 
found in the National Eagle. 



SIZTH GENERATION 

261 261 

JOSIAH DEAN, Jr., "b Dedham June J, 1809 s [I09] Josiah and 

[65] Mary (Dean) Dean d July 27 1878 
aged 69 vears, 24 days (DR2) m SUSAN JANE WHITING (i m) 
Oct 6 18^9 (DH 192) who was li Dedham Sept 8, 1819 d Dedham 
Sept 3, I008 dau George and Sarah (Harris) Whiting (DR2-MSR) 

Children, all recorded in Dedham: 

705 Mary Ann7 t Oct 25, I841 (DC 239) m George Kingstiiry 

Aug 8, 186a who was b Dedham 1842 s Moses and Sally 
Kingsbury (dR2) 

706 Catharine Whiting h Jan 7, 1844 (DR 158) (Jan 17 DC 

240) m John A. Burt of Medway Oct 24, 1872 

a Allen E. Burt h 1876 (Dedham High School Hist. Cat.) 

h Wallace E, Burt h 1882 " 

707 Josiah Edward h Aug 27, 1846 (DR2) "of Maiden" (per his 

father's will) 

708 Sarah Jane b Sept 7, I849 (DR2) 

m ("S. Jennie") Alfred Tucker of Canton Aug 6, I885 / 

(DR2) 

709 Emma Prances (twin) b Aug 8, 1852 (DR2) m Edward 

Weatherbee of Dedham June 28, 1877 s Jesse and Louisa 
P. Weatherbee (DR2) Estate of Susan (NR 26,453) lists 
her heirs as here given, except that in place of ? ^nTTlft 
Prances is given "Amy French, wf of George A. French." 



DESCEHDMTS OF JOHN "nF.ATI IO7 

261-2 261-2 

7 . 710 

710 Anna Maria' (twin) "b Aug 8, 1852 (DR2) m Horatio P. 

Lewie of Brocton Aug 9, 1887 s William and Mary Lewis 
of Brocton (DR2) 

711 Carrie Elizabeth t Nov 7, I658 (DR2) 

m Frank C, Butman of Maiden Apr 26, 1883 b Thomas and 

Lois C. Butman (DR2) 

a Alfred Tucker Butman b 1887 

262 262 

c 
JAlilES^ BEAU b Dedham Oct 3, I8II s [109] Josiah and [63] 

Mary (Dean) Dean d July 11, 1877 aged 65 years, 
9 months, 8 days (DR2) m Oct 23, 1834 CYNTHIA KINGSBURY of 
Sherburn (DR 220) 

Children, all recorded in Dedham: 

714. 7 d Sept 8, 1835 aged 3 mo. (D Reg 3-141) ^ 

*715 Francis Henry b July 26, I837 (I827?) (DR 152) 
m-1 Emily E, Crosby Nov I7, 1860 (DR2) 
m-2 Lillie E, Goodale Sept I8, 1875 (DR2) 

716 George Edward farmer, b Sept 20, I840 (DR 152-GSR) 
d Apr 21, 1864 (DR2-MSR-GSR) 

*717 William b Sept 2, 184^ (DR 158) 
m Angenette Griggs 1863 (DR2) 

*7l8 Charles b June 23, I847 (DR2) 

m Martha Anna Upham Sept 6, 1868 (DR2) 

*719 Albert b Mar 23, 1850 (DR2) 

m Emma C. Ridley Dec 22, I870 (DR2) 

272 (C&W-Fcstn R) 272 

BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DEANE (name so spelled in Fcstn Rec) 

b Francestown, N.H. , Aug S. l833 
s [120] Benjamin and Jane (Todd) Dean m Oct 29, lobl 
CLARA JANE BELL of Francestown. Lived on a farm to the 
south of his father, then moved to the village, where he d 
Feb 19, 1878 

722 Nellie M. (adopted) b Francestown Nov 27, 1864 

m Aug 28, 1889 Leon L. Junkins, res Milford, N.H. 

275 (c&w) 275 

JAMES FREDERICK DEAN b Francestown, N.H. , July 27, I839 

B [120] Benjamin and Jane (Todd) Dean 
m June 3, I875 MARY E. HEARD of Francestown. Rem to Green- 
field, N.H. in April, I891. 

725 Trueman Frederick7 b Francestown Oct 6, I876 

726 Amy b Francestown Dec 7, I888 



108 DESCENT DAEITS OF JOHIT DEM 

290 290 (CKT) 

730 

JOHN HAERIS^ DEAN "b Palermo, Me., June 12, 1825 s [123] Jolm 

and Eunice (Bailey) Dean d June lb, I903 
m Oct 28, 1851 BETSEY WHITTEE of Dixmont, Me., b Jan I5, 
1830 dau James and Amey (Hussey) Whitten. Res Freedom, He, 

730 Frank? 

731 Jane d in infancy 

732 John Weston "b Nov 3, l857 

733 Emma t May I6, I855 

734 Annie t May 16, l856 m John Huttex 

Pes MontTille, Me. Had 3 sons 

302 302 (CKT) 

WILLIAM F. HEM h Oct 12 l833 s [I28] Luke and Thankful 

(Burgess) Dean of Rockland, Me. d Rockland 
Oct 20, 1889 m Rockland Uov 22, I854 MARILLA MOESEMAIJ, who 
d May 26, I08I ("Mrs. Maria Dean", probahly this person.) 

735 Olive W. b Rockland, Me., Apr 13, I87I 

336 336 

GEORGE W.° DEAN b Franklin, Mass., July 26, 1830 s [138] 

Capt. Ichahod II and Hannah (Fisher) Dean 
d Frnaklin Jan 3t I864. His occupation is given at various 
times as bonnet presser, boot maker, and machinist, m May 
11, 1854 ELLEII E. DAELIIIG of Franklin b 1834 dau Alfred and 
Electa Darling 

Children, all born in Franklin: 

7 
750 Luni A. , bookkeeper, b Apr Q, 1855 m Apr 19, 1877 
Ella F. ??hitcomb b Boston 1856 dau Oliver and Mary 
Whitcomb. Living in Boston in 1898. Reported to have 
had a son Trevor and a daughter Ruth. 

*751 Edgar Clarence b Aug 27, 1857 

m Carrie Maria Phillips Jan 28, I886 

752 Georgianna E. b Aug 10, I859 d Franklin Jan 13 1942 

Hot m. (MSR) ^ 

753 Ada E. b Feb 2, I862 d Oct 31, 1864 

**References: 

Franklin Vital Records 

Adm [45] Chloe P. Dean (HR 33768) d Uov 8 1891 

Adm [3311 Abigail D. Dean (UR 33729) d May 28 1898 

Will [338] Charles I. Dean (HR 68804) made May 8 1915 

Adm [338] Abbie E. Dean (IIR 88337) d Aug 11 193^ 

Adm [754] Arthur A. Dean (KR1015b4) d July 21 I942 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEM 109 

338 (**) 338 

6 754 

CHARLES I. DEAN, patternmaker, "b Franklin, Mass., 

Aug 19, 1835 s [138] Capt, Ichatod and 

Hannah (Fisher) Dean d Franklin, May 6, 1926 m-1 ADELAIDE 

CATHARIITE ADAMS t Boston Mar 4, 1841 dan Gardner Adams 

(h Franklin) and Eunice R. (Darling) Adams (h Cumherland, 

R.I.) (MSR) Adelaide d Franklin Dec 3, 1894 (MSR) m-2 at 

Water town ABBIE ELIA PEARY of Boston, teacher, h at Rangley, 

Me., July 2, l85l dau Samuel and Abigail (Heath) Peary 

(hoth parents b Maine) Ahbie d Aug 11, 1936 

Children of Charles and Adelaide: 

*754 Arthur Adams^ h Dec 1, 1867 

m Nellie A. Fales Apr 4, 1887 

755 Bertha Adelaide h 1876 d Foxboro m-1 Nov 29, 1894 

Fred H. Bartholomew b Roxbury 1861 s John G. and 

Frances M. (Baker) Bartholomew m-2 Foss 

Res Winchester, Mass, 

756 Ralph Elroy lived in Boston (I942) 
Children of Charles and Abbie: 

757 George Oliver b Oct 24, I865 d Franklin June 3, 1883 

not m. (MSR) 

(MSR) 

758 Charles Gardner b Apr 4, I87O d Franklin Jan 16, 1887/ 

759 Beatrice Dakin m Franklin Feb 24, 1919 Bernard Forest 

Wheeler Res Newport, Vt, 
a Dean F. Wheeler 

**References — see end of previous page. 

358 (***) 358 

ALBERT C. DEAH b Milford, Mass., Feb 2, I842 s [I4I] 

Sylvester and Charlotte (Cutter) Dean 

m June 6, 1872 E. J. BAILEY of Dorchester Res Boston 

763 Fannie L.7 b Apr 30, I873 

764 Robert C. b Sept 25, I875 

765 Franklin B. b Feb 9, 1877 
***References: History of Milford, Ballou, 1882. 

392 392 

GEORGE V. DEAN b Dedham 1830 s [I50] Dexter and Martha W. 
(Vincent) Dean m Mar 15, 1855 MARY E. GAY, 
of Nashua, H.H. She was b Dedham I836 dau Rufus and Mary 
Gay (DR2) 



110 DESCEIIDAHTS OP JOHII JEM 

392-2 392-2 

Children of George and Mary Dean, all "born in Dedham: 

770 Fanny K.7 t July 4, I856 (DR2) d Dedham Aug 20, I861 

(DR2-KSP) 

771 Arthur L. , butcher h Hov 3, I857 (DR2) m at llorwood, 

Mass., Dec 22, 1883 Mary F. Billings of ITorwood, 
"b Canton 1863, dau Spencer and Harriet A. Billings 
(MSR) 

772 Alice b Feb 18, I86I (DR2) 

773 Hattie F. b Jan 3, I864 (DR2) 

774 Walter I., hatter b Jan 20, I866 (DR2) d Walpole, Mass. 

Aug 5, 1898 (MSR) The record states that he was 
married at the time of his death, 

400 400 

BAICH DEAU b Dedham 1838 s [152 ] Thomas Balch and- Catharine 

S. (Fuller) Dean m Mar 1, 1860 SUSAU S. HOLMES, 
at his age 22, her age 22, she was b Gloucester, Mass., I838 
dau Rufus and Mary Holmes 

780 Mary C.''' b Dedham Dec I5, 1859 d Oct 4, 1861 {DR2-MSR) 

781 Balch S. b May 20, I862 d May 22, 1862 (DR2) 

430 430 

LAYID° DEAU of Wrentham, b W. Dedham May I8 , I80I s [I7I] 

Richard and Cally (Herring) Dean d Franklin, 
Mass., Jan 25, 1869, a widower, (Franklin R) m July 10,l836 
SUSAMA ODEY (V7rentham R) who d Franklin iMOT 22, I846 (MSB) 

Children, recorded in Wrentham RecoXv.o; 

785 Mary Jane? b May 3, 1837 

786 Joseph Erastus b May 27, 184O 

787 Ellen Maria b Apr 4, 1848 

433 433 

DEZTER DEAM s [I7I] Richard and [72f] Caroline "Cally" 

(Herring) Dean b probably 1804-IO m RUTH A. 
LINCOM Dexter d before l833 (see [*171]) Adm of his 
mother refers to "two minor children of Dexter Dean, de- 
ceased." (IIR 5417, in 1862) 

789 Maria? (see [432]) m Alden of East Bridgewater, 

Mass. (DAR 35-234) 

790 



DESCEITDAITTS OF JOHII DEAII 111 

460 (AHD-MSR) 460 

HENRY WILBUR" DEM, shoemaker, t Pramingham, Mass., I82I 

8 [178] CollDurn and Mary (Wilbur) Dean 
d Aug 20, 1898** m-l June 20, I84O CLARISSA B. HAIfflOlTD 
b Avr 1 1823 daii Richard and Mercy (Wait) Hammond of llatick. 
She a 1878 (ratick R) Henry m-2 189O or '91 Mrs. CHERRY 
DUITTOIT. He was living with his daughter, Mrs. John E. Stone 
at the time of his death. (Tatick Bulletin, Aug 26, I898.) 
See quotation from the same newspaper under [79I] Henry 
Colhurn Dean. 

Children of Henry and Clarissa, all born in Framingham, 
Wayland, llatick, Saxonville, or Cochituate, all neighboring 
towns. 

*791 Henry Colburn''' b June I4, I84I 
m Ellen F. Locker Dec 11, 1863 

792 Albert Faxon b I842 or '43 cL Maiden Apr 23, I92O 

aged 77 (MSR) m latick Mar I4, I863 Julia L. Moore 
who was b llatick Feb 3, 1844 ^b.m Willard and Mary 
Moore d Maiden Apr 10, 1920 (MSR) 
Reported to have had a dau Grace, not m. 

793 Elizabeth d Aug 25, I848 aged 3y, Imo* (Framingham R) 

twins 
*794 Thomas Alfred, shoe manufacturer, b June lA. 1845** 
m Adeline P. Teal May 31, l86b (T.iSR) 

795 Matilda M. b 1846 d Wayland Apr 8, I860** (MSR) 

796 Luphrosia b Oct 5, I847 (Framingham R) 

twins 

797 Mary E. b Oct 5, I847 d I848** 

798 Emily Ann b May 9 I849 (Frghm R) d Wayland Jan 24, 

1922 (aged 72y. bmo,l6da--b July 8, 1849 ) (MSR) 

m John Edmond Stone d Wayland ITov 28, 1923 (aged 84y, 

7mo, 21da--b Atir 7, l839) (MSR) 



799 Charles W. b 1851 d 1852 



** 



*800 Charles W. b Mar 8, 1852 (MSR) 

m Mary (Brummett) Cummings July 16, I87I (MSR) 

801 Harriet E. b Apr 16, 1853 m June 10, 1869 Charles Wil- 
bur Stone of Natick s John and Sally (Kimball) Stone. 

*8n2 James 0., shoeworker, b Wayland May 12, 1857 
m Margaret Mahar 

803 John b 1859 d 1859** 

*804 Roscoe C. ("Rock") b l86n d 1933** 

m-l Adeline P. (leal) Dean wdw of [784] Thomas Alfred 
m-2 Annie T. Tyler June 22, I898 

**Dates so marked are GSR, Cochituate, Wayland Twp. , (all on 
same stone) for children of Henry and Clarissa Dean. 



112 DESCEIIDAITTS OP JOHN DEAIT 

460-2 460-2 

805 Horatio t Oct 26, 1862 d 1882 (GSE, Cochituate) 

4.61 461 (AHD— MSB) 

COLBURIT H. DEM "of Sudtury" (Framingham E) s [I78] Colturn 

and Hajry (\7il"bur) Dean 
m Jan 26, 1843 SARAH SPEED (MSR) 

806 Adelaide eJ ^ I.Iay 13, 1848 d y. 

807 Maria A. b Dec 29, 1851 

808 Franklin b Jan 26, 1854 

809 Adelaide E. b Feb 13, 1856 

810 George 

811 Edward 

470 470 (AHD— MSR) 

OTIS G. DEAII, machinist b Sudbxiry Dec 1834 s [178] Colburn 

and Mary (Wilbur) Dean Served as Corp. in 
Civil V?ar. (Draper's "Wayland in the Civil '.7ar.) m ITov 23, 
1855 CHRISTIIIA TUTTIE of Lawrence b 1834 Fairfield, Me., 
dau Paul and Fannie Tuttle. Otis d Wayland Jan 15, l885(MSR) 

815 Adelaide E.*^ b Dec 10, 1857 d Framingham Dec 6, 1859/ 

(MSR) 

480 480 (WDK) 

HIRAM DEAU b Rocky River, 0., Dec 9, 1814 s [I85] Chester 

and Lucy (Smith) Dean d Jamestown, Mich., 
Mar 17, 1888 m ELVIRA FULLER who d Jamestown Dec 30, I905 

*820 Chester Harrison^ b in Ohio Feb 2, I840 m-1 Ellen 
Hoxie m-2 Magdalene Hyatt 

*821 Silas Fuller b in Ohio Sept I7 , I842 
m Emily Battis 

822 Elizabeth b in Ohio July I7, 1844 m Sept 28, 187O 
Sheldon S. Stewart, res Jamestown, Mich, 
a Ada J. Stewart b Jamestown, Mich., Jan 2, I872 
m Jan 1, 1889 George Puller, res Kent City, Mich, 

1 Shirley Puller b Feb 26, 1890 m Mar 29, I916 

Gertrude E. Zettelman, res Sparta, Mich. 
a Florence Marian Fuller b Feb 6, I918 

2 Princess Puller b Alpine, Mich., Mar 7, 1895 

m Mar 6, I916 William Armock, res near Sparta,/ 
a Evelyn Lucille Armock b Sept 11, 1919 Mich. 

3 Florence Fuller b Alpine, Mich., June 2, I898 

m June 25, I919 Albert Schoenborn res Conklin,/ 
a Aloise Vernon Schoenborn b May 20, I92I Mich. 



DESCEUDAIITS OF JOffil DEAII 113 

480-2 480-2 

822 

822 "b Prank C. Stewart b Jamestwon, l,:ich. , Mar 21, 1873 

m Apr 26, 1900 May Surdam. Parmer, res James tovm. 

1 Gertrude Atewart "b Jamestown, Apr JO, I906 not m. 

2 Elva Stewart "b Jamestown liay 5, I908 res there. 

3 Prank Stewart, Jr., Id Jamestown May 3, 1912 
c Alice S. Stewart "b Jamestown Sept 16, I077 

m llov 24, 1897 Pred Sweet, res Cannonsburg, Mich. 

1 Dorothy V. Sweet h Nov 4, 1898 m Nov 3, 1918 
Ernest Brooks, res Toledo, 0. 
d Pred Stewart h Mar 21, 1882 
e Emma Stewart d when six weeks old 

823 Emma Lucy "b in Mich., Aug I7 , I846 d Mar 1, 1847 

*824 William Henry h in Mich., Jan 5, 1848 d Chicago Aug 8, 
1875 m ITov 3, 1871 Mary E. Kelley 

825 Imogene b Mich. Dec 21, 1852 d Georgetown, Mich., 

Dec 20, 1910 m May 31, 187I James K. Park 

a Edith E, Park b Jamestovm, Mich., Sept 1, 1876 

m May 29, I895 States McCoy who d Sept 22, I916 

Ees Georgetovm, Mich. 

1 Irene Meta McCoy b Sept 29, I902 res Georgetovm 

2 Marion " b April 4, 1906 " 

3 Robert C. " b Jan 20, 1914 " 

b Alberta A. Park b Jamestown, Mich., May 10, I878 

m Hov 8, 1906 Clare Taylor, no ch res Holland,Mich. 

c Leonorr Park b Jamestown Feb 27, I080 m May 1, 19IO 
Mary Hellar , no ch, res Eureka Springs, Ark. 

d Leonora Park twin of [825c] not m, res Georgetown,/ 

Mich. 

826 IJettie Ann b in 111., Sept I9, 1857 d Mar 16, 1858 

827 Francis Adelbert b in 111., Jan 17, 1859 d Sept 28,1862 

484 (WDK) 484 

c 
LUCIUS° DEAH b Rocky River, 0., Feb 6, I82O s [185] Chester 
and Abigail (Taylor) Dean d Rocky, River, 0., 
May 15, 1896 m Feb b, I855 MARGARET J. CLARK of Detroit, 
a sister of Eliza Clark, wife of his brother John. She d 
July 22, 1888 at Lorain, 0. 

828 Hattie Belle7 b Rocky River, 0., Nov 22, I856 

829 May b Rocky River Jan 6, I858 not m, res Rocky River, 0. 

830 Jessie b Rocky River, 0., Mar 15, 1860 m July 18, 1878 

Ewald Bruell who was b u'esel, Germany I855, came to US 

1872 res Rocky River till Feb 1884, rem Lorain, 0. 

Clerk of the School Board. 

a Herman August Bruell b Rocky River May 13, 1879, 
not m. Served in Spanish-American 7/ar , Go. A., 
5th O.V.I. Served llickel Plate RR. Train Master 
Lorain, Ashland and Sou. ER. 



GENEALOGICAL DEPARTMEMT 

CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST 
OF LATTER-DAY SAINTS 



114 DESCEUDMTS OF JOHII DEM 

484-2 484-2 

830 "b Chester Dean Bruell t Rocky River, 0., Jtily 6, I88I 
Ticket Agent llickel Plate RR. at Ashtabula, 0. 
m Oct 27, 1903 Gertrude Frailey 

1 Ardath Gertrude Bruell h Dec 11, I905 at Lorain 

2 Helen Kay Bruell h Mar I4, 1908 at Lorain, 0. 
c Arthur L. Bruell b Rocky River July 6, I883 

d Sept 6, 1883 
d Dora tlay Bruell h Aug I6, 1886 not m, teacher at 

Lorain, 0, 
e Jessie Belle Bruell b Apr 11, 1892 m George C. 

Greenwood of Greensburg, Pa., lived at Ashland, 0. 

Chief Clerk Lorain, Ashland and Sou. RR. Later 

with steel plant at Lorain, 0. 

1 Robert Greenwood ) g g 

2 Jean Greenwood ) j t ^ 

*83l Lucius, Jr.' b Dec 30, I861 m Grace Edna McMahon 

*832 Abe L. b Dec 6, I863 m Eliza Christian Jackson 

*835 Bona b llov 8, I865 m Anna L. Ely 

834 Noble b Rocky River, 0., Jan 12, I868 m Avis Collins 
who had had three children by a former marriage. She 
was b in London, England. He was a locomotive engi- 
neer on the ITickel Plate RR. Ho children reported. 

485 485 (WDK) 

HORACE^ DEAN b Rockport (Rocky River), 0. Sept 11, 182I 

s [185] Chester and Abigail (Taylor) Dean 
d at Painesville, 0., Sept 26, 1906 m Rockport Mar 29, 1850 
CAROLINE HOTCHKISS, on her 20th birthday. He was the first 
postmaster of Rockport. Opened a store there in 1847 , rem 
Hew London, 7/is, , in 1856, later operated a small steamer 
on the "iVolf and Pox Rivers in Wis., spent some time in Can- 
ada, returned to Rocky River. Lived with their son Burt 
in Collinwood, east of Cleveland, 

*835 Ernest Koble7 b E. Rockport, 0., Dec 5, 185I 
m Beatrice Alexander 

836 Burt b Oct 2, l865 m Dec 12, 1900 Bessie E. Taylor of 
Berlin, 0, He was with the Lake Shore RR. for 13 
years, then on a farm near Ashtabula, in 1897 had a 
store in Painesville, two years later rem Los Angeles. 

486 486 (WDK) 

JOHIT DEAII b Rockport (Rocky River), 0, May I5, 1823 s [I85] 

Chester and Abigail (Taylor) Dean m-1 at 
Kelley's Island, 0,, Sept 25, I851 ELIZA CLARK, sister of 
the wife of his brother Lucius, She was b Priedricksburg, 
Bay of Quinta, Canada 7/est, July I8, I832 and d Kelley's 
island July 29, I879 He m-2 at Oberlin, 0,, Nov 16, I882 



DESCENDANTS OP JOmi DEAU 115 

486-2 486-2 

837 
LOUISE K. FACER, of Oberlin, who d Cleveland Sept 13, 1886 
He v;ent from the parental home to Kelley's Island in I842 , 
carpenter and dock builder, Supt, of large lime quarries 
there, went to Hew London, V/is, , returned to Rocky River in 
1877, to Kelley's Island till the fall of I88I, returned to 
Rocky River. With Nickel Plate RR. in l88l-2. 

837 Walter? h June 25, I852 d New London, ^is. , Apr 10,1870 

838 Lucius h Jan 16, 1854 d Nov 3, 188O, killed hy a train 

near New London, Wis., employed "by RR. 

*839 Arthur h Mar 13, 1856 m Jennie Krelzer 

840 Eddie h June 4, 1858 d Mar I9, I874 at Kelley's Island 

841 Perry b Aug 29, 1860 d Rocky River May 31, I884 not m. 

842 Hattie h Oherlin, 0. Dec I7, I883 She was brought up 

by her cousin [483a J Nellie Dean Crabbe, following the 
death of Hattie 's mother in her infancy. 

488 (WDK) 488 

DATUS DEAN b Rockport (Rocky River), 0., Nov 15, 1826 s 

[185] Chester and Abigail (Taylor) Dean 
m LOUISE SILVERTHORN dau William and Mary Silverthorn of 
Rocky River, who was b Jan 21, l835« In l854 they settled 
on a farm in Jamestown, Mich,, where they lived till Datus 
d Feb 22, 1875, and where all their children were born. 

*843 Philip Oscar 7 b Apr 30, 1856 m May Arnold 

844 Mary Abigail b Mar 1, 1858 m Francis Byers 
a Francis Byers, Jr. 

*845 Herbert Eugene b Feb 13, i860 m Elizabeth Skinner 

846 Abe Lincoln b Sept 27, I863 d July 1, I887 not m. 

*847 Datus R. b Dec 30, I868 m Anna Jane Bell 

*848 Fred b Jan 7, 1973 m Mabel Rose 

490 (WDK) 490 

OSCAR° DEAN b Rockport (Rocky River), 0., July 11, 1828 

s [185] Chester and Abigail (Taylor) Dean 
d Toledo, 0., Sept I9, 1920- at the home of his daughter Cora 
m ANNA BIXLER of Fremont, 0., Aug 11, 1862 at Kelley's Is- 
land, where he had gone in I056, and was working for Wra. D. 
Kelley. Commencing with the winter of 1863 he carried the 
mail during the winter from Sandusky to Kelley's Island. 
This was a verj dangerous job poling a boat through break- 
ing and drifting ice floes, in snow and storm, with the tern- 



116 DESCEITDAIITS OF JOHN DEAl^ 

490-2 4.90-2 

849 

perature telow zero. His first ro-ond trip (ten miles) took 
ten days on account of bad weather. Served in the Civil War 
from May to Dec, I864. They lived most of their lives at 
Kelley's Island, where all the children were horn. 

849 Elmer7 h Apr 16, I863 d Aug 15, I870 

850 Cora !£. h May 11, 1866 m-1 at Windsor, Canada, Hov 30, 

1900 Louis A. Michael m-2 Fred J. Kidder Res Toledo, 
a Oscar Dean Michael h lov 30, 1884 at Fremont, 0. 

m Apr 30, 1913 Laura Foss, of Chicago, 

1 A. Marie Michael 
h lola May Kidder h Aug 5, 190I at Tiffin, 0. 

851 Ella h July 13, I869 m Ernest E, VThitney, res Sandusky. 

a Laura 'iThitney h Apr 8, 1890 m Aug 24, 1910 Arthur 
Becker of Kelley's Island res near Bellevue, 0. 

h Ethel Whitney b June 17 , 1896 m Mar 2, I916 Charles 
D, Curtis of Sandusky, res Sandusky 

852 Charlie b June 12, 1872 d June 24, I872 

853 Mabel b July 13, 1873 m-1 Martin 

m-2 Young Res Los Abgeles 

a Blanche Martin 

854 Martha b Mar 27, 1876 m Edgar Deeks res Rocky River, 

where all the children were born: 

a John Deeks b May 10, 1902 

b Pearl " b Aug 22, 1903 

c Marie " b Mar 16, 1905 

d Gladys " b Oct 25, I907 

e Thelma " b Aug 18, 1911 

855 Abigail b Mar 11, I877 m John Meier Res Detroit 

a Emerald Meier b Toledo, Sept 10, 1904 

856 Effie b Apr 21, I862 d Feb 24, 1916 at Rocky River. 

ITot m. 



491 491 (WDK) 

JERRY W. DEAII b Rockport (Rocky River), 0., Mar 8 I831 
s [185] Chester and Abigail (Taylor) Dean 
d Dec 23, 1915 at t^ie home of his son George at McGregor, la. 
Went to Hew London, 7/is, , in I854. m-1 Mar 8, I859 SUSAU 
JEITITETTE AMES who was b Sept I5, 1835 in Cleveland and d 
May 11, i860 m-2 Oct 11, I860 HELEII WICKES who was b in H.Y. 
state Dec 9, 1831, d I907. 

Jerry and his brother Horace operated a store in Hew Lon- 
don till i860, and river steamboats. In llov 1863 he enlist- 
ed in the 3-rd Wis. Cavalry, served as Gapt. , but did not re- 
ceive his commission till mustered out. Served against guer- 
illas and Indians on the frontier in Kans. , Mo., and Hebr. 
Returned to Hew London and operated a general store till 
1892, when he was elected County Clerk, served eight years, 
was on the County Board of Supervisors, County Commissioner, 



DESCEIIDAITTS OP JOHI'I DEM II7 

491-2 491-2 

member of the School Board. After the death of his wife, 
he gave up political affairs, hut was- active in several so- 
cieties: liasons. Odd Fellows, Z.P. , G.A.R. , aided many sol- 
diers in obtaining pensions. Lived principally with his 
daughter Jenette at Antigo, '.7is. 

857 Jenette7 b May 11, i860 m Irvin Gray, res Antigo, V/is. 

*858 George P. b Oct 11, 1861 m-1 Catherine Gibson 
m-2 Catherine Plynn 

859 Helen C, b June 5, l853 teacher of music in Kew London, 
not m, 

492 (TTDK) 492 

CHARLES C.° DEAII b Rockport (Rocky River), 0., Hov 8 1834 

s [185] Chester and Abigail (Taylor) Dean 
d llov 26, 1909 at Rocky River m Dec 26, 1864 MARY CURRAU 
who was b Dec 10, 1846. Res on the farm at Rocky River, 
where the children were born, and still live in the vicinity. 

7 (1920) 

85o William' b lov 27, 1865 lives in the old home, not m. 
*86l Chester b Sept 11, I867 m Emma J, Parr 

862 Bertha b Oct 2, 1869 m-1 May 13, 1893 William Capelle, 

no children, m-2 May 16, 1904 Perry Silvas 

a Arsenis Sylvas b Juji 13, 1905) -^H 

b Catherine Sylvas b Sep 10, 1905) live in 

c Charles Edgar Sylvas b Sept 2, 1907 ) Rocky River 

495 (WDK) 495 

SYLVESTER DEAlT b May 4, l822 s [I88] Joseph and Sophia 

(Pay) Dean d Apr 4, 1890 m Dec 10, 1851 
CATHERINE LATHROP She d Aug 25, 1905 

863 Minnie''' b Aug 27, 1852 m-1 R. M. Ewart who d 1885 

m-2 1894 J. E, McCaslin 

a Lila Ewart b June 20, I882 m Roy Jewell 

1 Dorothy Jewell 

2 Ewart Jewell 

864 Albert Edwin b Mar 28, 1854 m 1893 Mary J. Haynes 

who d 1908, no children. 

*865 Charles Carroll b llov 1, I855 m 1893 Lizzie Drithie 

866 Emma b Oct 25, I862 d Sept 29, I889 not m. 

867 Willard b June 21, 1864 d Sept 29, I888, not m. 

868 Martha b Dec 20, 1867 d Oct 16, I89I, not m. 



Il8 DESCEIIDAHTS OF JOmi DEM 

500 500 (WDK) 

GILBERT^ DEAU t Aug 1, I831 s [188] Joseph and Sophia (Pay) 

Dean d Feb 5, 1910 Res Mendota, 111. 
m EMELIIIE A, GILETT 

*870 Arthur C.7 h Apr 5, 1868 m Bertha Schenck 

871 Myr ta S. b June 29, I869 m May 4, 1892 Charles S. 

Kennison ^ 

a Iva M. Kennison h June 9, 1896 
h Roy C. Kennison h Oct 10, 1897 

872 Ernest C. b Oct 13, I87I d Aug 13, l873 

*873 Bert J. b Kendota, 111., Mar 29, 1874 
m Olive C. Runquist 

874 Mabel E. b ITov 4, 1875 not m. 

875 Olive b June 19, 1878 m Sept 30, 1902 Josiah \'I. Baker 

IIo children. 

505 505 (WDK) 

GEORGE C. DEAU b Lowville, IT.Y. , date unknown, s [I89] 
Samuel and Effie (Crull) Dean d Mar 13, 
1873 at Dubuque, la. m MARY BAKER, daughter of a Methodist 
bishop, of Pulton, 11. Y. 

885 Charles7 m Andrews) 

)brother and sister 
386 Kate m Andrews) 

506 506 (WDK) 

CHARLES ADDISOH" DEAH b July 6, 182I at Champion, II. Y. , 

s [189] Samuel and Effie (Crull) Dean 
m LUCRETIA PREHCH of Pulton, II. Y. Res Winona, la. 

887 Sarah Ann7 m Hinckley 

510 510 (WDK) 

JERRY° DEAII b Pulton, II. Y., Hov 9, I831 s [I89] Samuel and 

Effie (Crull) Dean d at the home of his daughter 
Clara Dean Bristol, in Toledo, at age 86. m ILARGARET ISABEL 
HARRISON. Left Pulton 1854, stopped at Kelley's Island, 
took the job as clerk on the new steamer "Island Queen" 
being built by his uncle, Datus Kelley. Was clerk and book- 
keeper on boats and in store- for the Kelley's Island Wine Co. 
Enlisted in Co. K, I30th O.V. I., and v;as on the "Island 
Queen" when captured by the enemy and taken prisoner. Hie 
"Island Queen" was retired and sold for scrap in 1953- This 
famous old boat carried passengers and freight for nearly 
one hundred yearsi Children of this couple were all born on 
Kelley's Island. 



WILLIAI,r DEAIT b Max 22, l823 s [191] Jerxy and Phoebe Ann 



DESGMDAKTS OF JOHII DEM II9 

510-2 510-2 

000 1 oZQ 

880 Sarah/^ m Wilson Hamilton at Kelley's Island, res there. 
a Clifford Hamilton, deceased 
b Raymond Hamilton m Laura Beatty, deceased 

1 Clifford Hamilton, res Toledo 
c Helen Hamilton m Edward G. Kiburtz of Toledo 

She d at Toledo, no children 
d Mar jorie Hamilton m Jack ?. Harloff of Toledo 

They have some children 
e Dean Hamilton res Toledo 

889 Clara m Addison Bristol, hardware dealer, Toledo 
a Edna Bristol b Mar 10, I890 at Toledo, not m 
b Alice Bristol b Aug 6, 1897 at Toledo, not m 

^^^0 Alfred m Blanche Binns 

512 (WDK) 512 

s [191] Jerry and PhoeT: 
(Garrison) Dean d I881 m SARAH HULL 

891 Pinlay'^) 

892 Irene ) All died young 

893 Olive ) 

521 (WDK) 521 

LUDOVICO° DEAl b Grand Rapids, I.Iich. , Aug 9, I845 s [I92 ] 

Harry and Claista (Luce) Dean d Dec 4, I918 
at lona, Mich, m-1 Jan 12, I87I IIARY MCIIAHOH who d June 12, 
1873, no children, m-2 Dec 29, I875 AUGUSTA CA1:IPBELL 

894 Harry7 b Oct I6, 1876 d Oct 29, I879 

524 (WDK) 524 

CHARLES WELLER" DEAN b Grand Rapids, Mich., Dept 11, I850 

s [192] Harry and Calista (Luce) Dean 
d 1904 m GEORGIA JENZHTS of Detroit who d Buffalo I904 

895 Thomas H.''' b Mar 1, 1884 m Apr 4, I917 Susie Binckley 

896 Leota b Nov 1886 m-1 Baumgartner m-2 Harry Heums 

Res Dayton, 0. 

a Samuel Baumgartner b Apr 6, 1907 His father died 

when he was 7 months old and he lived with a Mrs. 

Myett 



120 DESCEKDMTS OF JOHtT DE^I 

527 527 (WDK) 

897 r 

FLAVIUS JOSEPHUS" DEAU b Oct 23, I836 s [194] Aafon and 

Achsah (Whitwood) Dean d Dec 1927 
m Feb 2, I862 HEITEIETTA PAECEIL Res Bocky Bivex , 0. 

897 narcissus P.*^ Td Mar 18, 1863 d Aug 29, 1865 

898 Herman Td June 18, d Oct 24, 1878 

899 Lora b Apr 21, 1866 d Hov 15, I878 

900 Emma b Dec 30, 1868 d Sept 25, 1878 
*901 Weller b ITov 17 , 1877 m Lena Jardine 

*902 Shirley (male) b Apr 24, 1880 m Dorothy Schwenn 
*903 Flavius J. b Jan 30, 1885 m Medora Bunce 

532 532 (WDK) 

CHARLES 0. "Zach" DEAII b Sept 1, 1847 s [I94] Aaron and 

Achsah (Whitwood) Dean d Jxme 15, 
1917 m Aug 30, 1875 OLIVA COLAHAH 

*910 Louis''' b Oct 20, 1876 m Mamie Bates 

*911 Alfred b Uov 17 , 1878 m-1 Margaret Bresnan m-2 Ellen A. 
Considine 

912 Ida b Apr 7 188I m Aug 30, 1909 John L. Frye, no ch. 

She d Apr 30, 1952 

913 Beulah b Mar 23, 1883 d Jan 15, I895 

914 Leslie b Jan I8, 1887 d Mar 3, 1895 

915 Gladys b Aug 25, 189I m May 31, 1913 Charles C. Chopp 

e Anna jean Chopp b Mar 16, 1917 in July 19, 1941 

Edward Dobtorka 

1 Carroll Ann Dobtorka b Mar 30, 1942 
b Carroll Esther Chopp b Feb 28, 1920 m July 30, 1946 

Allan Homans 

1 Elizabeth D. Horaans b Feb 21, I947 

2 David Chase Homans b Sept 20, 1950 

c Barbara Whitney Chopp b Mar 8, 1924 m Sept 8, 1945 
Theo Whitney 

1 Dedaima Storre Whitney b ITov 7, 1946 

2 Theo. D. Whitney b Dec I7 , 1949 

a Gladys Chopp b Feb 12, 1929 m Sept 27, 1952 Clarence 
Louis Smolen 

916 Esther b July 21, 1897 m Dec 28, I917 Harold F. Mar- 

quart She d Jan l5, I919 

a Sheldon Dean Marquart b Dec 12, 1918 After the death 

of his mother, Sheldon was adopted by Ida Dean Frye, 

sister of Esther. 



DESCEKDMTS OF JOHH ^EM 121 

534 (WDE) 534 

PBAHK S. DEM t Oct 26, I853 s [I94] Aaxon and Achsah (TThit- 

wood) Dean d May 30, I892 
m Mar 7, 1880 AlIM M. AmflSTEONG 

917 Harriet^ b Jan 9, 1881 m Eov 15, 1899 Edward E. Hoble 

e Eleanor Dean Iloble b Oct 7, 1902 

Id Marjorie Elting Koble b Dec 2, I903 (widow) 

918 Forrest b Feb 3, 1882 d Jan 1, 190I 
*919 Paul b lov 3, 1884 m Ursulla Kitchen 

543 (FRD) 543 

ORANGE DEAN b Trafalgar, Ont. , s [197] Philemon and Rebecca 

(Kenney) Dean m at Villanova, Ont,, ELLEU 
SMITH 

925 Lemon' b Villanova, Ont. 

544 (FRD) 544 

DAVID KEKIIEY^ DEAH, architect, b Trafalgar, Ont., July 11, 

1831 s [197 J Philemon and Rebecca 
(Kenney) Dean d Erie, Pa., 1912 David designed the old 
City Hall on State St., Erie, and the Cathedral at lOth and 
Sassafras, same city, m-1 Feb 21, 1861 at Windham, Ont., 
CHARLOTTE HAZELTOH m-2 OLIVE J. (GIBBS) DEAE, wdw of his 
cousin [561] Alexander McDonald Dean. 

Children of David and Charlotte, all born at Villanova, Ont.: 

*926 Cyrus Faxon''' b Jan 6, I862 

m Bessie Hills Apr 21, I888 

*927 Herbert Myron b May 31, 1863 

m Amelia Matilda Walmsley May 20, I884 

928 Ida b Aug 12, 1864 d Erie, Pa., 1933 

m Matthew Kinsey, mail carrier, died Erie, Pa., 193d 
a Ethyl Kinsey Res 925 Weschler Ave, Erie, Pa. 
m Rudolph Herman Sengel who d 1949 
a Charlotte Annette Sengel b Erie, Pa., Aug 1918 
m in Fresno, Cal, , Feb 1943 James C Setright , Jr . , 
of Syracuse, II. Y., s James C. and Catherine 
(McCarthy) Setright. Ho children. 
b Madge Kinsey Res 256 E, 30th St., Los Angeles, 
Cal, m Frederick K. Forsyth, deceased 

929 Flora (or Florence) b May 20, 1866 

*930 Alexander Montgomery b Erie, Pa., Aug 18, 1868 . 



122 DESCMDAUTS OF JOHN DEAN 

544-2 544-2 (FRD) 

931 Minta "b Jime 8, 1870 d Sept 24, 187O 

932 Delia Td Apj 4, 1873 d Aug 25, 1873 

545 545 (FRD) 

JOmi MYEOK^ DEAH t Trafalgar, Ont., Sept 29, 1833 s [I97] 

Philemon and Rebecca (Kenney) Dean 
d Depew, II. Y. , Aug 21, 1915 He was a minister of the Church 
of Christ (Disciples) m May 20, I872 SARAH JAUE LUKDY dau 
Jesse and Miriam (Adams) Lundy of Pelham, Ont. who was h 
at Pelham June 6, I842 and d Depew, IT.Y. , Mar I7 , 1915 

*933 Amhertson Myron''' h Pelham, Ont., Aug l5, I878 
m Alice Mahel Rohinson Jan 30, 1902 

934 Miriam Rehecca h Pelham, Ont,, Aug 4, I881 d Pelham 

Aug 9, 1909, not m. 

547 547 (FRD) 

c 
JAMES JOHNSOl DEAN "b Trafalgar or Villanova, Ont., 

1837-43 (?) s [197] Philemon and Rehecca 
(Kenney) Dean d Erie, Pa., m JEMIE WRIGHT 

935 Eva7 

936 Vernon 

937 Merle 

548 548 (FRD) 

ALBERT DEAH "b Trafalgar or Villanova, Ont., 1838-44 (?) 
s [197] Philemon and Rehecca (Kenney) Dean 
m DELIA LIKDLEY 

938 Charles^ 

^-,^ , . (For 556 Orange Dean III 

939 Annie (S^e ii^^,^^ p|ge 165 

940 James 

562 562 (FRD) 

MARTIK VAU BUREH^ DEM h Caledonia, K.Y. _, I842 s [I98] 

Orange II and Julia Ann (Fuller) 
Dean d I9IO m ANGEIINE ERTHUSA JACKSOH dau John J. and 
[540] Phehe S. (Dean) Jackson of Villanova, Ont. She d 
Caledonia 1923 

955 Alexander Martin^ h Caledonia ITov 5, 1882 Res there 

956 Julia "b Caledonia Jan 12, 1885 d Caledonia Mar 11, 1937 

m Floyd Boot 



DESCMDMTS OF JOHIT DEAtI 12 3 

584 (MDC ) 584 

r 980 

ERASTUS PUTLIM" DEAHE b Petersham, Mass., Hov 26, I809 

s [203] Daniel and Jexusha (Houghton) 
Dean(e) Died fjom a fall in Corning, II, Y, , Sept 22, I88I 
m in Delmar Twp, , Tioga Co., Pa., near Wellsboro, June 29, 
1837 MARY ELIZABETH MCE WEN , dau John and Elizabeth McEwen 
of Delmar. She was horn in Philadelphia, Pa., on Jan 12, 
1819 and died in Wellshoro Apr 30, I879 

After finishing the "common school" (now called grade 
school) in Petersham, Erastus took an "academic" course of 
study, with particular emphasis on the art and practice of 
surveying. In search of tetter health he went to the 
Allegheny hills, landing in Wellsboro, Pa,, in April l834. 
He took charge of the 77ellshoro Academy for most of that 
year, then started a career of surveying which ultimately 
took him into most of the northern counties of Pa. He taught 
in the common school of Wellsboro in 1835-7 f ^'^^ acquired 
during this time a farm on a flat hill top still known as 
"Deane Hill." He gave a corner of his farm for the location 
of the Township's "little red school house," and both he and 
his brother-in-law, Israel Stone, were among the teachers in 
this school. It was said of him that he had a remarkable 
memory for dates, data, and locations encountered in his 
surveys, and he was much sought as a witness in court cases 
involving land boundaries. He served two terms as County 
Surveyor, 1836-9 and 1859-62. In 1874 he left the farm and 
built a large house on the outskirts of Wellsboro, where he 
lived till his death in 188I. 

*The children of Daniel and Jerusha added a final e to 
the family name. 

Erastus and Mary had nine children, all born in Delmar: 

980 Cecilia Augusta^ b July 3, 1838 d Auburn, V/ash, , Jan 5, 
1925 m Henry Bacon as his second wife, his first wife 
having been a younger sister of Augusta's mother. 
This couple were true pioneers, moving ever V/estward, 
for new lands to subdue. They settled first near Alt- 
on, 111, Augusta taught school there. About 1863 they 
removed to Alma, Wis, Augusta taught school in the 
nearby town of Eeilsville. Between 1879 and 1887 they 
were located in Eorthfield, 77is. Removing thence, 
they operated a farm in South Dakota, just across the 
line from Havana, II. D. In 1906 they, with their son 
Earl, went to Algoma, '.Vash. , for seven years, thence 
to Seattle and Auburn. 

a Cecil Adelbert Bacon b Alton, 111., May 19, I859 
d llapavine, V/ash. , July I8 , 1940 m Mabel M. Puller 

1 Ray L. Bacon b 1890 m in 1917 

a Lyle R. Bacon b I918 

b Dale Bacon b I919 

c Marjorie Bacon b 1922 

d Iris Bacon b 1924 

2 Ina A. Bacon b I895 m 1932 Jay V. Helm 

a Wilbur Helm b 1933 

3 Doris E. Bacon b I903 m 1940 Prank Steiij 

a Ann Stein b 194I 
b Gerald Stein b 1946 



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980 t Clarence Clay Bacon7 b Apr 6, 1862 d ?e"b 3, 1883 

c Charles Grant Bacon, farmer, t in Jackson Co., "/is., 
Aug 29, 1864 d at Ferguson Flats, Alta. , !Tot 22, 
1944 m at Forman, IT.D. , Apr 15, 1896 Sarah Jane 
Adney, who was h ITorthfield, Minn. Hay 29, I880 
dau John ';7hitney and Esther Olive (Harlow ) Adney, 
of Havana, K.D. Following the termination of this 
marriage, Sarah m-2 at St. Paul, llov 25, 1910 
Charles Glen Ellsworth Res R2 , Box 50, Harris, Minn. 

1 Viva Grace Bacon, h Marshall Co., Minn,, Apr 23, 

1897 m at Britton, S.D. , Sept 10, 1922 Floyd 

Wilbur Ellsworth, farmer, who was b Marshall Co., 

Minn., Dec 5 1892 s Samuel Reuben and Emma 

Adelia (Shaw) Ellsworth of Havana, II.D. 

Res north Branch, Minn. 

a Keith Vernon Ellsworth, MLI 1-c U.S. llavy, 

b Morris, Minn., June 12, 1923 m Donna Smith 
of Harris, Minn., August 1944* Wounded in 
action at Okinawa Mar 28, 1945, died on hos- 
pital ship Solace Apr 5, 1945 

b Lois Jean Ellsworth (Mrs. Harley Chandler) 
b St. Paul June 7, I924 Res 2602 Pacific 
Ave., Venice, Gal. 

c Donald Dean Ellsworth b ITorth Branch, Minn., 
Feb 9, 1926 Res Stillwater, Minn. 

d James Guy Ellsworth, b Minneapolis Mar 28, 
1931 Has completed four years in the U.S. 
Kavy Res 599 Aujrora Ave., St, Paul, Minn. 

e Pay Wilbur Ellsworth b Kost, Minn., Oct 16, 
1935 Res north Branch, Minn. 

f Ruth Janet Ellsworth (Mrs. Sammy Merriman) 

b Kost, Minn., Mar 7, 1937 Res Merrill, Ore. 

2 Vera Augusta Bacon b Marshall Co., Minn., Aug 7, 

1899 m at Cambridge, Minn., July 1, 1925 Guy 
Leavy Ellsworth, carpenter, who was b Marshall 
Co., Minn., Apr IQ, I886 s Samuel Penben and 
Emma Adelia (Shaw) Ellsworth of Havana, IT.D. 
a Marjie Robin Ellsworth (Mrs. Ernest Emerson) 
b St. Paul Apr 3, I927 Res 20309 Airline 
Ave., Artesia, Cal. 
d lanthe May Bacon b Mar 22, 1868 d Mar 12, 1885 
e Horris Darius Bacon, retired rancher, b ITorthfield, 
Wis., June 22, 187O m at Forman, IT.D., July 18 , 
1894 Natalie Camilla McLaughlin who was b Baldwin, 
'Vis., Sept 29, 1874 dau Hugh and Dora (Cooper) 
McLaughlin. They lived near Havana, IT.D., till 
1910, thence removed to Havre, Mont. From here 
Torris made several trips to Argentina as an assem- 
bly expert for the International Harvester Co. In 
1914 they took up a homestead near Ravenscrag, Sask, 
which they operated as a cattle ranch till 1949, 
then retiring to their present home at 336 Oxford 
St., Moose Jaw, Sask, 

1 Mildred Inez Bacon b Havana, IT.D., Sept 25, I896 
m at Shaunavon, Sask., Jan 19, 1926 Reuben 
Parker Gilchrist, rancher, b an Halifax Co., 
llova Scotia, July 4, 1884 son of Capt. William 
Fraser and Mary (Parker) Gilchrist. Reuben came 



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980 
west in I9OO, worked on various ranches till 
1904 when he started ranching for himself. In 
1910 he went into partnership with his three 
brothers, Joe, Sandy and Chester, and over the 
years they built up an enormous ranching enter- 
prise, embracing lands in Saskatchewan and Al- 
berta. They sold out in 1949, tiut Reuben could 
not stay avvay from the rangeland, and soon re- 
turned to the 20,000 acre ranch in the Cypress 
Hills. His son William has taken over the act- 
ive management of the herd of 1500 Herefords on 
the ranch, enabling his parents to enjoy a less 
strenuous life. Res Maple Creek, Sask, , Box 617. 
a Mary llatalie Gilchrist b Shaunavon, Sask,, 
Mar 28, 1927 m Calgary, Alta, , Dec 15, I944 ■ 
Harold Donald Gu_rry, geologist. Shell Oil Co. 
b Long Pine, ITeb. , Mar 11, I909 s Harry E. 
and Maud C. (Macleod) Cuj:ry of Las Vegas, 
Kev. Res 1395 So, 1st St. East, Bountiful, 
Utah. 

1 Donalyn Jane Curry b Long Beach, Cal, , 

llov 16, 1948 

2 Donald Gilchrist Curry b Casper, V7yo,, 

Apr 10, 1950 

3 Clay Parker Curry b Casper, "i7yo. , 

Oct 22, 1951 

4 Debra Jo Curry b Casper, Tyo., Apr 28, 1953 
"b William Korris Gilchrist b Medicine Hat, Alta., 

Sept 15, 1928 m Dec 3, 1955 Helen Beatrice 
Dowkes, of Maple Creek, Sask. 
Muriel E. Bacon b Havana, II. D., llov 7, 1897 
m Ravenscrag, Sask., Dec 10, 1915 Charles Evans 
Cornelius, rancher, b Joplin, Mo,, I890 d at 
Winnipeg, Man,, Apr 20, I919 s Drs, Charles and 
Mary Belle (Evans) Cornelius of Winnipeg. 
m-2 at San Diego, Cal., Oct 5, 192O Joseph 
Edvmrd Hallinan, U.S. TJavy, Ensign, machinist, 
b Oelwein, la., 1890 s John Edward and Julia 
Hallinan. Separated in 1924. Muriel is Super- 
visor of the Provincial School for the Deaf. 
Res 10 Shirley Apts. , Saskatoon, Sask. 
a Charlie Ilerle Cornelius b San Diego, Cal., 

Uov 24, 1919. Trained at Misericordia Hosp. , 
Winnipeg, R.ll. I942. m Apr 3, 1942 at Winnipeg 
Kenneth Forsyth, insurance, b llinga, Man., 
1911 s David and Marie (Sheir) Forsyth of 
Uinga. Kenneth was with the Royal Bank in 
Winnipeg till 1948, then rem to II26 Ave. K, 
South., Saskatoon, Sask. 

1 Judith Ann Forsyth b Winnipeg Sept 20, 1945 

2 Kenneth Evans Forsyth b Saskatoon, Sask., 

Apr 30, 1949 
b Mary Lee Hallinan b San Diego, Cal., Aug 2, 
1921 Taught school a year, m at Robsart, 
Sask., Oct 3, 1942 Graham Glen Henderson, 
sign painter, b Moose Jaw, Sask., I909 s of 
William Herman and Mary Elizabeth (Alexander) 



126 DESCENDAtlTS OP JOHI DEM 

584-4 584-4 

980 6 2 1) Henderson of Moose Jaw. Bes 336 OzfordL St., 
Moose Jaw, Sask. 

1 Wendy Lee Henderson b Moose Jaw Dec 24, 1943 

2 Graham Bruce Henderson t Moose Jaw, Jan 15, 

1947 
c Jack Hallinan h St. Paul, Minn., Aug 20, 1922 
d Medicine Hat, Alta. , July 29, 1939 

3 Jessie Lillian Bacon b Havana, II. D., Mar 15, I90O 

m at Medicine Hat, Alta., Dec 23, 192? George 
Alexander Hillock, Agricultural Supervisor of 
P.F.H.A., b Sault Ste Marie, Mich., Hov 2d, I892 
s George and Sarah (Adams) Hillock of Sault Ste 
Marie, when married George was with the R.C.M.P. 
then ranched some years in the Cypress Hills, 
now living at 1013 Ave. B ITorth, Saskatoon, Sask, 
a Carol Hillock h Eegina, Sask., Aug 20, 1937 
_ t Richard Hillock h Regina, Sask., May 4, 1939 

4 Luella lantha Bacon h Marlow, S.D. , Sept I4, I902 

d El Centre, Cal. , Apr 13, 192O 
f Earl Putnam Bacon h Pigeon Oree!^ (York), ',7is. , 

Aug 27, 1872 m May 18, I90I May Stottle who was h 
May 17, 1894 

1 Eleanor Cecilia Bacon h Oct 22, 1905 ra at Auhurn, 

Wash,, May 18, 1929 Everett H. Pool 
a Ronald H. Pool b ITov 6, 1932 
b Byron Dale Pool b June 10, 1934 

2 Carrie Elizabeth Bacon b Mar 15, 191I Q Seattle, 

Tlash, , July 31, 1932 Robert L. Jennings 
a Jason J. Jennings b Kov 13, 1933 

3 Ina Loraine Bacon b Mar 22, I913 m-1 at Pujrallup, 

Wash., June 6, 1934 James Gordon Greenfield 
m-2 at Chester, Liberty Co., Mont., June 24, 
1948 Walter C. England 
g Caroline Augusta Bacon b York, Wis., Apr 10, I875 
d Great Palls, Mont., 1956 m at Pornan, II. D., 
July 18, 1894 V/illard Wills Marble who was b at 
Owatonna, Minn., May 19, 187O 

1 Clinton V/illard Marble b Britton S.D. , July 1, 

1895 d Great Palls, Mont. Dec 5, 1951 m at 
Great Palls, Mont., Peb 28, I923 Prance Ellen 
Shanklin who was b Cascade, Mont., Aug 7, I905 
a Shirley Prances Marble b St. Paul, Minn., 

Dec 27, 1923 Res Great Palls, Mont. 
b Clinton Williams Marble b St. Paul May 1, I925 

Res Conrad, Mont. 
c Eugene Pay Marble b Cascade, Mont., Mar 28, 

1927 Res Conrad, Mont. 

2 Pay Willis Marble b Britton, S.D. , Kov 27, 1899 

m at Crov/n Point, Ind. , Dec 1923, Lucille Hen- 
necke who was b St. Paul May 11, 1902 
a Mar gar it Lucille Bacon b St. Paul May 25, 192 5 
Res Billings, Mont. 

*98l Darius Laurtes b Jan 22, I84O 
m Barbara L. Sturrock 

982 Daniel Alva b Jan 5, 1842 d 1847 (46?) 



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*983 Cecil Augustus "b Oct 5, 1844 
m Clata E, Shearer 

984 Luella lanthe Id Oct 1, 1847 d Wellstoro, Pa. Apr 27, 

1901 Luella prepared herself for teaching school, and 
had "been thus engaged in Wisconsin and Colorado, when 
she was called home to help care for her sister Carrie. 
On her mother's death she undertook the responsitility 
of the home, and shared with her sister Carrie in the 
bringing up of the son of her sister Mary. 
Infant daughter, twin of Luella, died at birth. 

Infant son b Apr 7, 1849, died at birth 

985 Caroline Amelia b Nov 22, 1851 d Cleveland Heights, 0., 

Dec 29, 1927* Injuries from a fall on icy steps in 
1873 made Carrie a partial invalid for the rest of her 
life. She and Luella, with the son of their sister 
Mary, lived at 13 King St., \7ellsboro. Pa. After 192I 
she lived with the son in Cleveland Heights, 0. 

986 Mary Emily b Oct 2, 1855 d Wellsboro Pa., Oct 12, I887 

m at Tonganoxie, Kans. , Jtme 20»l883 Arthur S. Cooper, 
of Black River Palls, Wis., who was b Ripon, Wis., 
Apr 2, 1856 s Frank and Kate (Fox) Cooper, of Black 
River Falls. Arthur d Asheville, N.C., Apr 8, I927 
Mary taught school near Denver, Colo,, was taking lan- 
guages at the Univ. of Wis., where she met Arthur, a 
student in Civil Engineering. They were married while 
he was working on Govt, surveys in the West. He later 
was engaged for many years- in harbor improvements in 
Savannah, Ga. , for the U.S. Engineer Corps. He m-2 in 
Savannah Mary Reardon, who was b in Cork, Ireland. 
They had two sons, both of whom died in childhood, 
a Marion Deane Cooper b Wellsboro, Pa., Oct 8, 1887 , 
brought up by sisters, Luella and Carrie, of his 
mother. Grn.d Univ. of Wis., 1908 as B.S. in E.E. , 
E.E. , U. of W. , 1910. M.S., Case Institute, Cleve- 
land, 0., 1939. With Gen. Elect. Co., IJela Park, 
Cleveland, for 22 years. U.S. Army, 1918. Scout- 
master 6 ypars. Licensed Engineer, Ohio. Member 
Am. Inst, of Elect. Engineers, Tau Beta Pi. Teacher 
at Fenn College, Cleveland, since 1937* 1-ow Prof, 
of Elect. Engineering. Hobbies: stamp collecting, 
photography, touring, and for some 10 years, in the 
preparation of this genealogy. Followed his father's 
example of meeting his wife in College: m Madison, 
WiSo, June I4, 1916 Charlotte Georgia Gardiner, 
B.A. , Univ. of Wis., IQOg, M.A. , ibid 1^14-. ^ ^n 
Burke Twp. Dane Co., Wis., Dec 27, 1887 dau John 
and Eliza (Vahlen) (Veerhusen) Gardiner, d Sept 1, 
1957. Res 1528 Compton Rd, Cleveland Heights, I8, 
Ohio. 

1 Dorothy Caroline Cooper, b Cleveland Heights, 0., 

Mar 4, 1917 d Mar 6, I917 

2 Thomas Edward Cooper, b Cleveland Heights, 0., 

June 28, 1921. Eagle Scout, national Honor 
Society (High School). Scholarship to Yale Univ. 



128 DESCEITDAITTS OP JOHI! DEM 

584-6 584-6 

986 a 2 won in competitive examinations, Grad Yale, 

1943, B.P.A, in AJchitecture. Licensed Architect, 
State of Hew York. Partner, Architect Serge P. 
Petroff, A. I. A., and Associates, 44I Lexington 
Ave., ITew York, I7 , K.Y. Hotbies: model rail- 
roads, photography, m at Hew York Oct 28, 1950 
Beatrice Arlene Male, h Schenectady II. Y., 
Aug 26, 1923, dau George and Mahel (Cole) Male, 
of West Hew York, II, J, Res 34-4O 70th St., Apt. 
6-C, Jackson Heights, 72, K,Y, 
a Brian Arlen Cooper b Jackson Hts. , IT.Y, , 

July 28, 1952 
b Karen Ann Cooper b Jackson Hts,, I5r,Y, , 

lov 11, 1956 

587 587 

SEIIECA FISHER DEAHE° b Petersham, Mass., Nov 21, 1816 

8 [203] Daniel and Jerusha (Houghton) 
Dean(e)* d Carleton, Heb, , Jan 19, 190I m Petersham 
Aug 18, 1842 MARY MARGARET HARRIS, b Queensbury II, Y, , 
Jan 17, 1822 and d Lindsborg, Kans. , Apr 5, I908. 

From early youth, Seneca read widely in history and 
literature, and was verj voluble in speech and writing. 
What he believed, he believed in strongly and persistently. 
With great determination, he educated himself in the prac- 
tice of eclectic medicine, learning the millwright trade, 
apparently, for the fxutherance of this object. He prac- 
ticed first in Alden, II, Y,, then a year in Sheboygan, Wis. 
Apparently he failed to orient himself with the compass on 
arrival there, and he left because "the sun persisted in 
rising in the west", and returned to Alden. In 1857 he went 
again to Wis. , living in several towns near Janesville. In 
1871 he moved to Ilebr. , first at Fairmount, York Co., and 
in 1878 at Carleton, where he firmly took root. 

Of abolitionist views in war times, he transported many 
an escaping slave at night, when the authorities saw only a 
doctor driving to see a patient. For years he held spirit- 
ualist views, and many a seance was held in his home. In 
this home, he ruled with an iron hand--or at least until he 
struck fire from his wife, as per family legend. He was not 
a good business man — wouldn't even send out a bill — and 
once in a while he would look over his books and write 
"Stinker" after the names of some persistent delinquents. 
Thus he was not overly blessed with the world's goods, but 
after a lifetime of service to humanity he doubtless passed 
over the river with a good credit balance. 

*The children of Daniel and Jerusha added a final e to the 
family name. 

987 Myra Adeline b Petersham, Mass., July 27, I845 m Mar. 

22, 1866 Rodney Seaver s Lyman and Sarah Seaver , and 
lived at Darian, Wis. Myra taught school at Darien 
at age I7. Rodney served in the Civil War, was post- 
master at Darien for several years, d Darien in Feb 
1923. 

a Julia Seaver m Tubbs, res Clinton, Wis. ITo ch. 

b Prank Seaver not m. 



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587-2 587-2 

*988 Daniel I<lyron7 "b Petersham Oct 11, I847 988 

m May Ann Bohrer Dec 31, I870 

989 Adelaide Letitia "b Shetoygan Falls, Wis., Aug 13, I851 
d Salem, Ore., Oct 20, I929 m-1 at Darlington, ',7is. , 
Sept 4, 1870 Walter F. Doyle, who was b New York, II. Y., 
Mar 27, 1849 s Richard and Mary Margaret (Spencer) 
Doyle and d Omaha, lleb, , Sept 30, I09I. The couple 
homesteaded in York Co., lleb, Walter's genius for 
"business led him into grain and stock trading, a coal 
yard, furniture store, livery staole, grain elevator, 
etc. Adelaide m-2 at Geneva, lleh, , Sept 27, I892 
Charles Erwin Wehh, b Pittsburgh, Pa., Sept 22, I849 
and d La Grande, Ore,, Oct 4, 192O. Selling the farm 
in Heb. , they went to Boise, Idaho, where Charles en- 
gaged in real estate and insurance business. 
a Grace Evelyn Doyle b Exeter, IJeb, Sept 8, I87I 
Acquired a good business education in traveling 
with her father. Taught in public schools, oper- 
ated a business college, did secretarial work for 
various businesses, m at Colorado Springs, Colo., 
Sept 5, 1914 Truman Gould Wooster. Their troubles 
in business led to their separation, Grace went 
to Washington, worked for the Shipping Board, 
office manager for the Columbia Country Club for 
9 years, likewise for the Congressional Country 
Club for 5 years, in statistical department of WPA 
until 1947» Hs-S since resided in Boise. Supplied 
all the data on [989] Adelaide Letitia and descen- 
dants. 
b Walter Archibald Doyle b Carleton, Ueb. , June 5, 
1882 Had a fine mind but veiy poor health, wrote 
for newspapers and magazines. d Wewberg, Ore., 
Sept 18. 1923 Not m. 
c Richard Frederick Doyle b Carleton, Heb. , Dec 6, 1884 
d Portland, Ore,, Jan 7, 1952 m at llewberg. Ore., 
July 15, 1931 Elmira Auborn who was b Tacoma, Wash., 
July 9, 1904« Richard operated an auto repair shop, 
sold tires and accessories. Elmira res 6824 SE 
Long St. , Portland, Ore. 
d Deane Harold Webb b Boise, Idaho, Mar 2, I894. Auto 
repairs and accessories and trailer business at Arco 
then at Bend, Oie. m-1 Boise, Dec 1914 , Marguerite 
Strausser who was b Leadville, Colo., Mar 5, 1894 
m-2 Stevens, V/ash. , Sept 8, 1936 Mrs. Signe Gamp- 
bell, who was b in Norway, July 21, 1892 
1 Deane Harold Webb, Jr., b Boise, Idaho, June 25, 
1916 Grad Ore, State Univ. Civil Engineering. 
"Did a hitch" in the Army, now in contracting and 
building business, m Bend, Ore., Oct 18, 1941 
Eleanor Thatcher, b Bend, Ore., May 12, 1917 
Res 809 N. Jacob St., Visalia, Cal. 
a Denis Stevens Webb b Portland, Ore., Aug I4, 

1942 
b David Christopher Webb b Visalia, Cal., 

llov 15, 1946 
c Anne Marie Webb b Visalia, Cal,, Apr 19, 1951 
d Schuyler John Webb b Visalia Mar 13, 1953 



130 BESCEIIDAIITS OF JOmi DEAII 

587-2 587-2 

989 d 2 William Clair WelDb9 t Boise, Idaho, Jan 11, I919 

In transportation "business, transcontinental 
trucking, m Carson City, llev. , llov 15, 1941 to 
Jane Ellen Cantua who was h Oakland, Gal, , 
Aug 23, 1917 Res 9225 SE Division St., Port- 
land, Ore. 
a Clair Ellen Wehh, h Oakland, Gal., Mar 10,1944 

990 Plorence Edith^Deane h Alden, II. Y.-, Sept 20, 1856, 

d al; hone of her daughter, Mrs, C. Edwin Anderson, at 
Temple City, Cal, , Hov 22, 1949. m-1 Carleton, leh. , 
in 1879 George Critchette, grad of Oherlin College, 
Oherlin, 0., school teacher, later in business of 
huying up small newspapers, putting them "on their 
feet," and disposing of them. This marriage later 
ended in divorce, m-2 Aug 12, 1896 Dr. Ithamar Ste- 
vens, of Valparaiso, Net,, grad of St, Louis Lledical 
College, was practicing in Raymond, IJeh, , at the time 
of his death in 1905* Between her two marriages, 
Florence taught school, first in rural schools, then 
in Valparaiso and Carleton. Following Dr. Stevens' 
death, she reverted to teaching, v;as later Matron at 
Bethany College, Lindshorg, Kan,, the while caring 
for her mother, who was in Yer^ poor health. To cap 
the climax of a vigorous life, at the age of 70 she 
homesteaded a 640-acre tract of land near Cuha, N.M. , 
which required her presence on the property during 
7 months in each of three years, the construction of 
a cahin, and certain other improvements. Truly, she 
feared neither man nor heast, to tackle such an under- 
taking. In her declining years, she was cared for hy 
her daughter, as ahove stated, and toward the end, she 
was almost completely paralyzed. 

a Mahel Margaret h Fairfield, lleh, , Jan I9, 1880. She 
took the surname Stevens following her mother's 
second marriage, m July 7, 1907 a't Lindshorg, Kan,, 
Carl Edwin Anderson, who was "b McPherson, Kan,, 
Mar 15, 1881, s Carl Victor and Elizabeth (Hawkin- 
son) Anderson, of Burdick, Kan. He was educated in 
the law, but was compelled by poor health to aban- 
don his profession. Res 55^1 El Monte Ave,, 
Temple City, Cal, Supplied the data on [990] and 
her descendants, 

1 Margaret Lucille Anderson b Lindsborg, Kan., 

Apr 8, 1908 m McPherson, Kan,, June 24, 1934 
Paris Hugh Stillion, who was b Council Grove, 
Kan,, June 20, 1904, s John Edwin and Sabilla 
Emily (Uichols) Stillion , of Hillsboro, 0, 
He operates an auto radiator repair station. 
Res 46 N. Hill St,, Pasadena, Cal. 
a Stanley Deane Stillion b Mar 7, 1935 
b Emily Ann Stillion b Mar 24, I938 
c Paris James Stillion b Jan 24, I94I 
d Marshall Lee Stillion b Kov 19, 1944 
e Stephen Eugene Stillion b Jan I9, 1947 

2 Ruth Evangeline Anderson b Lindsborg, Kan, , 

July 20, 1909 m Greeley, Colo,, Aug 20, 1936 
John Clement Banks s Clarence and Laura Banks, 



DESCENDANTS OF JOHN DEAII I3I 

587-3 587-3 

990 a 2 of Springfield, Mo. They are now divorced. 990 

Ruth lives at 2211 N. 6th St., Grand Junction, 
Colo., Sec. Engineers Supplies, Federal Hos- 
pital at Grand Junction. 
a John Robert Banks b Greeley, Colo. 

Jan 12, 1938 
b Carolyn Ruth Banks b Grand Junction, Colo,, 

Sept 3, 1942 

3 Carl Eugene Anderson b Lindsborg, Kan., Dec 18, 

1912 m Eufala, Okla. , June 21, I930 Creel 
Harris who was b Crawford, Okla. Feb 19, 1913 
dau Charles B. and Effie Pearly (Miller) Harris, 
of Claremore, Okla. Carl is a chemist for Los 
Angeles County. Res 1332 W 223-rd St., Tor- 
rance, Cal. 
a Ronald Eugene Anderson b Memphis, Tenn, , 

Oct 30, 1937 
b Carl Stephen Alan Anderson b Levelland, Tex. , 
May 28, 1941 

4 Helen Ingeborg Anderson b Council Grove, Kan., 

Oct 9, 1915 She is Asst. Administrative of 
Supplies, Aramco, Box 2705, Dhahran, Saudi 
Arabia. Her duties have taken her into Syria, 
Lebanon, India, Siam, China, Japan, Hawaii, 
France, Egypt and Spain. What a magic carpet J 

5 Florence Elizabeth Anderson b Council Grove, 

Kan., June 27, I919 m MoPherson, Kan., Dec 25, 
1939 Donald Francis Ditto, who is engaged as 
Supt of Co-op Oil refinery, Phillipsburg, Kan, 
Res 396 5th St., Phillipsburg, Kan. 
ft Donald Francis Ditto b McPherson, Kan., 

May 28, 1942 
"b Catharine Ann Ditto b Coffeyville, Kan., 

Aug 1944 
c Mary Elizabeth Ditto b Coffeyville, Kan., 

Sept 1945 

991 Alva Curtis b Darien 7is. , Dec 17. 1860 

d Darien, ',7is., Oct 20, I862 

623 (FWG) 623 

Rev. JAiyiES OLIVER" DEAII b Burlington, Mass. Dec 30, I8IO 

(Dec 29--Royalston R) s [220] Jere- 
miah and Rhoda (Allen) Dean. He called himself Oliver 
James, m May 8, 1839 HANNAH GREEN of Leyden, Mass. Was a 
Methodist circuit preacher at Pelham for nine years, d at 
Pelham, Mass., Oct 12, 1844 

1010 Mary Green' b Leyden June 24, 184O G-tad Wilbrahamson 

Academy June l8b2 as valedictorian of her class, 

m Oct 14, 1863 Rev. John Peterson She d Newburyport, 
mass, , Aug 4, 1885 

624 (FWG) 624 

HIRAM WALBRIDGE^ DEAN b Burlington, Mass., July 1, l8l2 

s [220] Jeremiah and Rhoda (Allen) 

Dean m at Gill Mar 30, I842 MELINDA. SLATE of Bernardston, 
(* Royalston Rec. ) 



132 DESCEIIIlMTS OF JOHE DEM 

624-2 624-2 

Mass. He d Bexnaxdston, Dec 16, 1879 aged 67. 

1015 Ann Genette7 b Jime 11, 1844 

1016 James Olivex b Feb 27, 1847 m Keziah Scott who was 

b in Va. , and d Cambridge, Kass. , Feb 6, 1907, a 
widow. (LISR) 

1017 Charles Webster, farmer, b Gill, Mass., Oct 31, I848 

Bes Bernardston, Llass. m Mar 24, 187$ Bercia S. 
Moore of Bernardston, who was b 1855 at ".Vardsboro, 
Vt. , dau Peter and Sophronia Moore. (MSB) 

626 626 (FWG) 

AIBEBT ERASTUS^ DEAIT, farmer, b Boyalston, Mass., Julv 31, 

1816 (USE) (July 29 Boyalston B) 
B [220] Jeremiah and Bhoda (Allen) Dean m at Gill, Mass., 
Jan 1, 1840 KEZIAH H. KIMBALL (Boyalston B) Albert d 
"a widower" at Bernardston May 15, 1889 (MSB) 

1020 Henry Albert^, machinist, b May 7, 1843 m Sept 2, 

1869 "Henry, of Fitchburg" to Emily S. (I.?) Priest 
of Winchendon, b ;7inchendon I847 , dau Francis and 
Sophia B. Priest (MSB) 

1021 Martha Isabel b June 8, I845 

1022 Keziah Elizabeth b May 16, I848 
Stillborn child, at Gill, Aug 23, 1855 (MSB) 

629 629 (FWG) 

Dr. EBEIIEZEB AlEXAtIDEB° DEAK, physician b Boyalston, Mass., 

Jan 16, 1825 s [220] Jere- 
miah and Bhoda (Allen) Dean, d Montague, Mass., May 31, 
1908. Lived with his parents on their farm till he reached 
age 20. Educated in the district schools and Goodale Acad- 
emy at Bernardston, then the Academy at Shelburn Falls, 
Mass, where he was engaged as assistant teacher for two 
years. Studied medicine with Dr. Stephen J. 71, Tabor of 
Shelburn Falls. Later attended medical lectures at Wood- 
stock, Vt. , then entered Berkshire Medical College at Pitts- 
field, Mass., graduating in l853« Practiced medicine for 
eight years at Jacksonville, in the town of Whitingham, Vt. 
He came to Montague, Mass., in 1861, where he practiced for 
33 years, m May I5, I854 HAMAH D. SAIIDEBSOW, of Woodstock, 
Vt. , whose father, John Sanderson, operated a farm there. 
Dr. Ebenezer was a member and officer of various medical 
societies, and served on the School Board in Montague. He 
was instrumental in securing the establishment of the Mon- 
tague Public Library, of which he was Trustee for several 
years. They had two daughters, both living at home (1895): 

1025 Angelia Mavrett b ITov 15, 1856 (MVLC) 

1026 Mary Luella, b Whitingham, Vt. , Dec 10, 1859 (',Vh B) 



133 

655 (J'ro) 635 

r 1030 

Rev. WILLI1M° DEM b Morrisville, II. Y. , Jtme 21, I807 

s [222] Joshua III and Mary Carter (Pair- 
banks) Dean, He "broke his hip in a fall on Aug 5, l895. i^ 
San Diego, Cal. , and died from the effects of the fall eight 
days later, m-1 MATILDA COIIAII (COLaiElJ?) of Morrisville in 
Apr l834» She d at Singapore, East Indies, March l835 . 
in-2 at Macao, China, in March I838, THEODOSIA Aim BAPKER, 
dau Rev. Barker, an English clergyman. She was b at Thet- 
ford, England Mar 29, 1819 and d at Hong Kong Mar 29, I843. 
William was educated in Hamilton Institute, now Colgate 
University, and was appointed Sept I7 , I832 by the Baptist 
Missionary Union to be one of their missionaries. In July 
1834 ^6 set sail with his first wife, Matilda, from Boston 
and on Dec 4 of "t^® same year arrived at iunherst, E. Indies. 
In Jan I835 they arrived at Singapore en route to Bangkok, 
'Thile here, Mrs Dean died. A few weeks afterward, Mr. Dean, 
being in a boat with Rev, Mr. Jones, was attacked by Malay 
pirates, who threw Mr. Jones into the sea and pierced Mr, 
Dean with barbed spears. The lives of both were provident- 
ially preserved. In July I835 I>i-f» Dean went to Bangkok and 
conmenced his labors among the Chinese, His first attempt 
to preach in the Tay-Chew language was on the last Sabbath 
in August 1835, In 1845 he retxirned to the United States, 
and a year later visited the relations of his (second) wife 
in England, returning that same year to his labors in his 
foreign field. After the death of Theodosia, he married 
MART A BROVi/lI (Mrs, Capt, Brovm) who had had a daughter Maggie, 
Maria died Jan 30, 1857 (HWG) 

Child of William and Matilda: 

1030 Matilda^ b about 1835. Adopted by Baron Stow, D.D. , 

of Boston, where she resided in I883, 

Children of V/illiam and Theodosia: 

1031 Fanny b 184O at Bangkok m Rev. J. R. Goddard, a 

missionary to China. Living in Melrose, Mass., in 

1883. Had five children: 

a William D. Goddard 

b Anna Kate " 

c Francis W. " 

d Marion Maud " 

e llellie May " 

1032 Theodosia adopted by a family in Boston, living there 

in 1883. (HWG) 

Children of William and Maria: 

*1033 William Kendrick b Wilmington, Del., l835 
m [1040] Mary A, Dean 

1034 P.rederick, a lawyer in Hew York City. 



134 DESCMDAIITS OF JOHE DEAK 

637 637 (J^^ 

AXDEIT DEM t Morrisville, II. Y., Uov 10. I8II s [222] 

Joshua III and Majy Carter (Fairbanks) Dean 
Faxmer in Eaton, N.Y. m LUCETTA COLE 

1035 William Malvern^ (liilvexn?) b about 1838 m-1 Eugenia 

ruckex of Moxrisville, who d ahout l858 His second 
wife died about 1880. In 1883 was living with his 
third wife. 

1036 Milton Delos b about 184O, married and living in 

Chicago in 1883 

1037 Adelaide Theodosia b about 1842 , not m. 

1038 Augusta b about 1846, m in Chicago about I881, 

d Chicago 1882. 

640 640 (JWD) (HWG) 

Dr. HEBRY WALLACE^ DEAN, physician b Morrisville, II. Y., 

Aug 22, 1018 s [222] Joshua III 

and Kary Carter (Fairbanks) Dean m ELIZABEITH 

Res Rochester, E.Y. , in 1847 

1039 Henry? b about I848 d about 187O m Maggie Brown, dau 

of the third wife of the missionary. Rev. William 
Dean by her former husband, Capt. Brown. 

1040 Mary A. b about 1852 m [1033] William Kendrick Dean, 

son of the missionary, Rev. Tfilliam Dean. Living in 
Dorchester, Mass., in I883 

649 649 (HMD) 

LYMAII GODDARD DEAU b Feb 24, I817 s [22 5] Jo^i^ and Lucinda 

(Goddard) Dean d Morrisville , IT.Y., 
July 8, 1904 m July 5, 184O MARY JAUET CARPEIITER, who was 
b July 5, 1818 and d at Morrisville July 28, I886 



Children, those marked styled themselves by the first 
two names reversed: 

*1050 Henry Kartyn? b Morrisville, II. Y., Aug I4 184I 
m at Morrisville Helen M. Tidd July 20, I868 

1061 Lucretia Maria** b Sept 10, 1843 d Morrisville Mar 3, 

1920 m at Morrisville July 31, 1900 Francis M. Had- 
lock who d Honolulu on Aug 8, 194o 

1062 William Kendrick b July 1, 1846 d Westfield, Mass., 

Sept 5, 1883 m at Wendill, Mass., June 15, I875 
llellie M. Rogers (JWD says he m Catharine Davies, 
also that he was ordained a Baptist minister in 1875) 

*1063 John Leonard** b July 29, I848 (July 24?? JWD) 

d Saratoga Springs, II. Y., Feb 5, 1911 i^-l Florence 
P. Cutter June 20, I876 m-2 Maude B. Skinner on 
Feb 11, 1902 



DESCEITDMTS OF JOUE DEAII I35 

649-2 649-2 

1064 

1064 Daniel Delavan** b Aug 6, 1850 d Oct 10, 1906 at 

Lowville, II. Y. m at Sandhill, II. Y., June 2, I880, 
Henrietta Gillespie of Llexico, II. Y. He was ordained 
a Baptist minister in I880. In I883 was pastor in 
Philadelphia, Jefferson Co., W.Y. Had a daughter, 
horn in 1883 

1065 Eveline Jenet b Sept 2, I854 d July 22, I864 

1897 

1066 Lyman LeRoy * h May 16, 1860 d Morrisville June 30,/ 

656 (MIVC) 656 

AHAMEL" DEAN h Morrisville, II. Y. Dec 30, I816 s [226] David 

and Sophia (Fairbanks) Dean. At one time he 
was a photographer in Utica N.Y. m-1 Jan 1, l839 UAHCY M. 
WILLARD b 1815 d Mar 21, I861 in Brandon, 0. m-2 DAPHtTE 
BITTIIOUR (RITTNER?). Aramel d Oct 23, I894 

Children of Aramel and Nancy: 

1068 Lily Alice7 m Dwight Montanya who d 190O. They had 

some children, one named Roy 

1069 Frances, m as 2nd wife, Eliakim Lockwood 

1070 Byron b Sept 16, 1834 

1071 Anetta d 187O m Edward Knox. Had a son Wallace and 

a daughter. 

Children of Aramel and Daphne: 

ters. 

1072 Arnon, farmer, of Brady, lleb. m and had three daugh/ 

1073 Benjamin, merchant, not m. Lived in Wash, state. 

1074 Gertrude) ( m Alkire, res Brady, Neb., 1946 

) twins { 

1075 Delia ) ( deceased 

657 (MLVC ) 657 

CLINTON ERASTUS6 DEAN, b Morrisville, N.Y. Feb 21, I819 

s [226] David and Sophia (Fairbanks) 
Dean, m May 19, 1853 MARY SCHAFFER (SHAFFER?). Clinton d 
May 28, 1865. Mary m-2 William Nichols and had four chil- 
dren. She m-3 William A. Woodward, widower of Clinton's 
sister [661] Mary Carter (Dean) Woodward. 

Children of Clinton and Mary: 

1076 Henry C.''' b Aug 21, I854 d aged 5 months. 

1077 Rebecca d June 9, 1931 m Apr 15, 1891 Burton Wise. 

Res Ohio, 



136 DESCEiimiiTS OF jomi deait 

657-2 657-2 

1078 Estella d Pet 21, I865 aged 7 

1079 Waldo d Fe"b 22, 1865 aged 4 
664 664 

GORDOr BYEOir DEAU t Llorrisville , L^adlson Co, IT.Y. Sept 16, 

1834 s [226] David and Sophia (Fairbanks) 
Dean. Came to l\lt. Vernon, 0., with his father when he was 
three years old. Rem Jefferson, la., farmed a few years, 
then entered the hardware and farm implement business. City 
Assessor. Member Presbyterian Church, I.O.O.F. m Oct I7 , 
1866 VICTORIA AUGUSTA H. tlARQUAKD who was b Coshocton Co., 
Ohio Sep 2, I838 and d Jefferson Oct 16, 1921. 

1080 Frederick l!Iarquand7 b lit. Vernon, 0., Sept 16, I867 

d Jefferson, la., Oct 16, 1929. He was a medical 
doctor, a specialist in the eye, ear, nose and throat, 
m at Jefferson Apr 22, I896 Florence Head who was b 
Jefferson Aug 25, I868 and d there Dec 2, 1945' 
They had no children. 

Above data on family of [664] furnished by Serena Howard 
of Jefferson, la., whose mother was a sister of Florence 
Head, 

670 670 

LEIvIUEL E. DEAI! bapt Dedham Sept 26, 1772 (DR 112) s [228] 
John II and Milly (Ellis) Dean m July 25, 
1830 JUIIA Aim MORSE (DC 201) 

Children, births all recorded in Dedham: 

1085 Lemuel^ "infant son died Aug 7, 183I" (GSR) 

1086 Rene b I835 m Joseph L. Johnson June 8, I856 s Lewis 

and Adeline Johnson of 'Valpole (DR2) 

1087 Charles E. b l832 d I836 (GSR) 

1088 Charles b l837 d 1839 (GSR) 

1089 Lewis Ellis b Jan 27, I844 (DR I56) 

d July 5, 1846 (I.1SR) 

1090 Henry B. b Apr 10, 1849 (DR2) d Oct 17 , 1856 (DR2) 

SEVEIITH GEIIERATIOE 

715 715 

FRAlICIs''' DEAIJ b Dedham July 26, (I827?) I837 (DR 1S2 ) 

s [262] James and Cynthia (Kingsbury) Dean 
m-1 EMILY E. CROSBY llov I7 , 1860 who was b Dedham Sept 23, 
1835 dau Edmund and Rachel Crosby of lleedham (DR2) She d 
Dedham Mar 8, I873 (DR2) m-2 LILLIE E. GOODALE at Boston 
Sept 18, 1875 of Deering, IT.H. who was b Chelsea, Mass., 
dau Elbert and Celestia Goodale (DR2) 



DESCElIDiUTTS OF JOHi; DEill^ I37 

715-2 715-2 

8 1100 

1100 Alfred H. Id Dedham Oct 10, 1862 (DR2) 

1101 Grace Emma b Dedham Aug I7 , 1876 (DR2) 

717 717 

WILLIAM^ DEAJI, poultry dealer, Td Dedham Sept 2, I843 (DR 158) 

s [262] James and Cynthia (Kingshury) Dean 
d Dedham June 4, 1893 "survived hy his wife." (I.ISR) 
m AITGETIETTE GRIGGS 1863 who was h Dedham 1842 dau James and 
Abigail (Fairbanks) Griggs (DR2) 

1110 Louis Edward" b Dedham Aug 13, 1865 (lISR) d Jan 8, 
1869 (DR 299) (GSR) 

718 718 

CHARIES' DEAII b Dedham June 23, I847 (DR2) s [262] James 

and Cynthia (Kingsbury) Dean of Dedham. 
m Sept 6, 1868 tlARTHA Aim UPHAl,! (DR2) who was b Weathers- 
field, Vt., about 1845 dau George and Eliza Upham of 
that place. 

1115 Alice Elizabeth^ b Dedham Jan 3, 1872 (DR2 ) 

m Sept 29, 1897 Fernald Bayard Spokesfield, of 
Boston, engaged in electrical construction, b about 
1873 s.t Bloomfield, li.H. , s Fernald P. and Louise 
(Stewart) Spokesfield. 

719 719 

ALBERT' DEAN b Dedham Mar 23, 185O (DR2) s^James and Cyn- 
thia (Kingsbury) Dean m-1 Dec 22, I870 
EI.n.lA C. RIDLEY who was'b Lowell, l.lass. , about I850 dau 
Mathias and Lydia A. Ridley of Dedham (DR2). Her will 
(ITR 40,376) made June 27, I905, probated Oct 19, I905 , 
mentions husband Albert and the three children listed below: 
m-2 MARY SAITGER b about 1864 at Canterbury. Conn., dau 
Ebenezer (b Canterbury) and Martha (Rogers) Sanger (b Bye- 
field, Mass.) She d Westwood, Mass., near Dedham, on 
Mar 7, 1922. According to her will, her husband Albert 
survived her. (NR 61,598) 

1120 George Albert^ b Dedham Sept I4, 187I (DR2 ) 

1121 Mabel Estella b Dedham Aug 2, I873 (DR2) m at Haver- 

hill, Mass., Oct 18. 1893 Frank H. Sawyer, plumber, 
b Hampstead, U.H. , about 1868 s Daniel and Harriet 
C. Sawyer (MSR) 

1122 Percy Rolfe b Dedham May 23, I879 (DR2) 

751 (MSR) (Franklin R) 751 

EDGAR CLAREIICe7 DEAII, meat cutter b Franklin, Mass., Aug 27, 

1857 s [336J George W. and Ellen E. 
(Darling) Dean d Franklin Apr 10, 1943 m at Walpole Jan 28, 
1886 CARRIE MARIA PHILLIPS who was b V/alpole 1865 dau Alvin 



138 DESCEIIDAIITS OF JOHIT DEAIT 

751-2 751-2 

and Llaria A. (Booth) Phillips. She d Franklin Feb I4, 1923. 
Pes 485 King St., Franklin, Ilass. 

Q 

*ll60 Clajrence Linwood h Franklin July 7, 1889 
m Mae Gertrude Peden Oct 29, 1911 

*ll6l Raymond Irwin h Franklin Sept 16, 1892 
m Eva Alice Young Liay 13, I916 

754 754 

ARTHUR ADAMS' DEAH "b Franklin, Liass. , Dec 1, I867 s [338] 

Charles I, and Adelaide C. (Adams) Dean, 
d Franklin July -21, 1942 m Apr 30, I887 KEILIE A. FAXES 
who was h Franklin l857 dau Charles L. and Abbie C. Fales 
(i:SR) Arthur d July 21, 1942. 

1175 Charles ',7alter° b Liar 2, I892 d Apr 15 I893 (MSR) 

791 791 (AHD) (HSR) 

HETIRY COLBURir DEAH, shoe manufacturer, b Saxonville, liass. , 

June 14, 1841 s [460] Henry W. and 
Clarissa B. (Hammond) Dean m Dec 11, I863 ELLEN F. LOCKER, 
who was b Wayland, Mass., Feb 5f l844 ^^.u Jefferson (b Way- 
land) and Caroline (Wheelock) Locker (b Surrey, H.H. ) 
Ellen d V/ayland Kay 12, I905 (LISR) and her husband on 
Dec 9t 1914 (IvlSR), confirmed by quotation below: 

[1802] Alfred H. Dean writes: "The shoe industry of the 
Hatick and Cochituate area started in 1829, according to 
the "ITatick Observer" of Oct 27, I860 when Asa Felch decided 
that, with the opening of the TZorcester Turnpike , he could 
make shoes ahead of time for the Boston market, instead of 
one pair at a time, on order. [792] Henry C. Dean was 
apparently the first Dean to have a shoe factory, as the 
"ITatick Citizen" of Dec 6, I878 mentions six factories in 
Cochituate, I860-65, among which was H. C. Dean and Co., 
50 cases a day capacity. 

"The younger brothers learned the trade and started 
factories of their ov/n. Charles 7], was the most successful 
and he continued until 1924-5* ^® only kind of a shoe he 
made was a heavy work shoe, called a brogan , which was sold 
mainly to the southern states. There are now no shoe fac- 
tories in Cochituate, and only one in Hatick."(Aug 11, 1954) 

Alfred sends another quotation from the Natick Bulletin, 
dated Dec 11, 1914? "Llr. Henry Colburn Dean, one of our 
best known citizens, died at his home on Main St. Wednesday 
morning" (Dec 9, 19^4) "at the age of 74 years. He had been 
in poor health for quite a long time. Llr, Dean was born in 
Saxonville, but lived here since he was a boy. He had 
served on the Board of Selectmen at one time and was engaged 
in manufacturing shoes for the southern trade up to within 
a few years. He was a wid07/er, his wife having died about 
seven years ago. He is survived by two daughters, Lrs. 
Carrie D. Thayer and Lirs. Frank A. Howe. Four brothers sur- 
vive him, Albert Dean of Llalden, Charles W. , Roscoe C. and 
James 0. Dean, also two sisters, Mrs, John E. Stone, and Mrs. 
Wilbur Stone of llorth Katick," 



DESCEIJDAIITS OF JOHII DEAN I39 

791-2 791-2 

R n 1185 

1185 Alice^ t Oct 15, 1871 d ^ayland July 22, 1872 (MSB) 

1186 Carrie m Thayer 

a Edith Thayer, recently married and left Cochituate 

1187 Mat el m Frank A. Howe 

a Alice d. y. 

794 (AHD) (MSB) 794 

THOMAS ALFBED^ DEAIT, shoe manufacturer, (see [79IJ) b in 

Framingham, Mass. June I4., (I7?) 1845 
s [460] Henry 17. and Clarissa (Hanimond) Dean. Besided in 
Wayland. Enlisted Sept I7 , l852 in Co. F, Cadet Begt. , 
{49th Inf.), discharged July 8, l86$. Beenlisted for 100 
days (7/ayland in the Civil War, I87I) m May 31, I866 
ADELIITE P. lIEill of Framingham, h about I846 dau Charles and 
Sarah (Bunce) Ileal, Sarah was born in England. After the 
death of Thomas Alfred, Adeline m Boscoe C. Dean, younger 
brother of Thomas. 

Q 

1190 Cora° b May 30, 1867 d June 9, 1892 , not m. (MSB) 

1191 Lil la George Sumpter , no children 

800 (AHD) (MSB) 800 

7 
CHABLES W. DEAN, shoe manufacturer, (see [79I]) born in 

Framingham, Mass. Mar 8, 1852 s [460] 
Henry 7/. and Clarissa (Hammond) Dean. Bes Cochituate, 
(7/ayland Twp. ) where he d Aug 7, 1932 m July 16, I87I MABY 
(BBUI.IMETT) CUiaillIGS b Framingham Mar 6, 1847 dau 77illiam J. 
and Sarah Jane (Bell) Brummett of Saxonville, Sarah Jane 
was born in England. Mary d Cochituate Mar 16, 1933» 

o 

*1200 Thomas Alfred (Alfred Thomas) b Cochituate (',7ayland 
Twp.) Aug 16, 1876 m Ella Hattie (Hattie Ella) 
Fairbanks June 15, 1899. 

1201 ;7aldo Forrest, dentist, b Cochituate ('-7aylend Twp.) 
Aug 3, 1880 d So, Framingham June I5, I912 (llatick 
Bulletin June 21, I9I2 ) m Lizzie Ella Carson, b in 
Brighton, Mass. , 
a William Everett d at birth Oct 5, I904 

802 (AHD) (MSB) 802 

■7 

JA1.IES 0. DEAH b 7/ayland, Mass., May 12, I857 s [460] 

Henry ',7, and Clarissa (Hammond) Dean, 
d Cochituate, 'Jayland Twp., Nov 10, 1930 (MSB) m MABGABET 
MAHAB b Natick Apr 17 , I057 dau John and Mary (Comers) 
Mahar, both parents b in Ireland. Margaret d Wayland 
NOV 22, 1924 

Q 

1210 Henry C. b 7;ayland Mar 25, 1877 d 7/ayland Mar 25, 
1898 



140 DESCEliriAlITS OF JOHII DEAII 

804 804 (AHD) (MSB) 

7 
ROSCOE C. DEAIT ("Bock"), foreman in shoe factory, t Mar 28. 
i860 s [460] Henry W. and Clarissa ( Hararaond ) 
Dean d Cochituate 1933* ci-l Adeline P. (Ileal) Dean, widow 
of his brother, Thomas Alfred. She d Hov 28, 1896. m-2 
at Ilatick, Jime 22, I898 AlIITIE T. (IJARBIEER) TYIEB, b Llaine 
1870 dau George W. and Lucy M. (Gate) Marriner. (llSB) 
o 

1215 Arthur C. shoe worker, b Jan I88O d V/ayland Apr 16,/ 

1903 

1216 Susie m Dusseault 

1217 Lottie n Tom Clark 

1218 Clarence m Dixie 

820 820 (^7DK) 

CHESTEB HABBISOIt"'' DEAII b in Ohio Feb 2, 184O s [480] Hiram 

and Elvira (Puller) Dean d James- 
town, I-lich. , Liar 28, 1901. Farmer, m-1 at Jamestovm 
Jan 4 (14?), 1876 ELLEIT HOXIE who d Oct 31, 18S0 m-a at 
Jamestown Aug 23, l8£l O.GDALEi:S HYATT. Served in Go. LI., 
8th 111. Cavalry Sept 186I to July I7 , I805 , when discharged 
at the end of the v/ar. 

Children of Chester and Ellen: 

1250 Helen Julia^- b Feb 6, I877 m Denver, Colo., July 4, 
1907 Joel D. Auton. Bes Laramie, '.7yo. 

*12 51 Franklin V/illard b Liar 1, 1879 m Feb 1, 1902 Estelle 
Cunningham 

Children of Chester and I.Iagdalene: 

Q 

1252 Elizabeth Jeanette b Jamestown, llich. , Oct 3, I885 

not m. Bes Grandville, Llich. 

1253 Benjamin Harrison b Jam.estown, Llich., Dec 21, I892 

not m. Cabinet maker at Grandville, Llich. 

821 821 {TTDIZ) 

SILAS FULLEb"^ LEAi: b in Ohio Sept I7 , 1842 s [480] Hiram and 

Elvira (Fuller) Dean m Dec 16, I868 
EI.IILY E. BATTIS. Civil 7/ar record same as for Chester, above. 
Bes Chemiung, 111. 
p 

1254 Hannah b IIov 10, I869 m Jan 24, l394 Charles Esmond 

lived near Chemung, 111. 

a Sterling Esmond b Dec 16, I894 ^ Feb 24, I915 

Elizabeth Conley, living near Chemung, 111. 

1 John Dean Esmond b Jime 10, 1917. ^^^ near 
Chemung, 111. 

1255 Sena b Apr 8, I874 m Dec 20, 1893 miliam Esmond 

Bes Chemung, 111. 



141 

821-2 821-2 

1255 

1255 a Sylvia Esmond b Oct 1, 1894 in June 26, I918 

Leslie A. Douglas Res Chemung, 111. 

1 Beverly June Douglas b June § 192I 

2 Marilyn Jovita Douglas b Apr 5, I919 

1256 Jessie b Apr 16, I88O not m res Chemung, 111. 

824 (WDK) 824 

WILLIAt.l HENRy'^ DEAII b I.lich. Jan 5, 1848 s [480] Hiram and 

Elvira (Puller) Dean d Chicago, 111., 
Aug 8, 1875 m llov 3, 1871 IJARY E. EELIEY. He was a store- 
keeper. 

*1258 William Henry Jr., b Chicago Oct 12, I875 
m June 50, lu96 Gertrude Jane Chambers 

831 (m)K) 831 

Lucius'^ DEAU b Rocky River, 0., Dec 30, 1861 s [484] Lucius 

and Margaret J. (Clark) Dean d Sept 30, I906 
m Oct 15, 1895 GRACE EDIIA MCtlAHOlJ at Rocky River. Employed 
by nickel Plate RR. for I7 years. Since I90O Secy, and 
Treas. Rocky River Savings Bank. 

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1265 Lucius III b Rocky River, Feb 13, I89I. Hot m. 

1266 Everell Noble b Dec I7 , IQOO 

1267 Gladys Mary b Feb I6, 1906 

832 (WDK) 832 

ABE L»^ DEAE b Rocky River, 0., Dec 5, I863 s [484I Lucius 

and Margaret J. (Clark) Dean d Dec 20, I90I 
m Dec 31, 1889 ELIZA G. JACKSOII at E. Rockport, 0. 

Q 

1258 John Samuel b Dec 21, I89O at Rocky River, m at 

Fairview, 0., IIov 7, I912 Dora Sweet no ch reported. 

1269 Harriet Belle b Rocky River Mar 30, I892 m July 1, 

1912 Frank D. Sweet, not a brother of Dora Sweet, 

above. 

a Harold Dermott Sweet b Rocky River July 30, 1912 

1270 Harold Jackson b June 19, I894 d July 12, 1895 

1271 Charlotte Mario b Aug 3, l895 not m. 

1272 Helen Margaret b Sept 18, I9OO, not m. 

833 (-TOX) 833 

BOITa'^ DEAII b Rocky River, 0., ITov 8, I865 s [484] Lucius and 

Margaret J. (Clark) Dean m June 9, 1897 AITBA L. 
ELY. He taught school till I889, since then with Kickel 
Plate RR. at various stations, latterly in charge at Erie, Pa. 

1273 Douglas G.^ b Sept 27 I898 at Ripley, II. Y. not m. 

1274 Donald Ely b Oct 23 lo99 " " 

1275 Marjorie b Oct 12, I9OI " " 

Teaches in Cleveland schools. All three of the above 
attended Syracuse University. 



142 DESCEIIDMTS OF JOHIT DEAK 

835 835 (WDK) 

ERNEST IIOBLE' EEM b E. Rockport, 0., Dec 5, I85I s [485] 

Horace and Gafoline (Hotchkiss) Dean 
m-1 at Detroit in May, I873, MARIAH BEATRICE AIEXAIIDER of 
Chicago and settled near '.Vheatley, Ontario. In I878-9 they 
moved to Chicago, divorced in l8£o. He returned to Rocky 
River and m-2 July 5, I882 CALVIIIETTA GATES. 

Children of Ernest and Marian: 

Q 

1276 Ethel B. h March 1874, reported not m. 

1277 Royal Gladys "b May I875, reported not m. 
Child of Ernest and Calvinetta: 

1278 George Horace "b June 4, 1883 m llov 27, 1907 Mahel 

Taits in San Francisco. She was h Apr 7, 1882 . 
He graduated in Lav; at the Univ. of Gal. 

839 (TOK) 839 

Arthur''' DEAIJ h Mar 13, 1856 s [486] John and Eliza (Clark) 

Dean d Rhinelander , ".7is. , Hov I5, I889 
m Jan 31, I888 JEIIIIIE KRELZER in Antigo , -iVis. 

*1280 John^ h Antigo, 7is. , IIov 10, I888 
m Aug 7, 1912 Hortense Bielschopki 

843 (WDK) 843 

PHILIP OSCAr"^ DEAII b Apr 30, I856 s [488] Datus and Louise 

(Silverthorn) Dean d Aug 15 I911 of 
cancer, b and d at Jamestown, Mich. At age lb, went to Ohio 
with parents for two years, returned to Jamestown, thence in 
1880 moved onto a farm near Eastport, Mich., and lived there 
18 years, m Apr I9, I876 LIAY ARITOLD. 

*1285 Charles Datus° b Aug 26, I877 m May 2, I9OI Grace Van- 
dervogt, from near Central Lake, (Mich.?) 

1286 Harriet Ann b Oct 19, 1879 d Dec 28, I879 

1287 William Harry b Aug 5, 188I not m. res Oakland, Cal. 

1288 Prank Spencer b Jan 30, I884 m May 24, 1909 Phylis 

Thompson, one daughter. Res Chicago. 

1289 reiiie Gertrude b Apr 5, I887 m Sept 24, 1909 William 

French. Res Owosso, Mich. 

a name not given 

b Ella May French b May 13,1910 

c Cellina French b Jan 12, I913 d llov 13, I914 

1290 James Arnold b July I8 , I889 d July 8, I890 

1291 LeRoy b Apr I8, I892 d Apr 21, I9II not m. Res James- 

town or Chicago. 

1292 Ford b Apr 6, I894 d Apr 21, IQll 



DESCEHLAIJTS OF JOHN DEAU I4.3 

845 (WDK) 845 

7 1295 

HERBERT EUGEBE' DEMI t Fet 13, I860 8 [488] Datus and 

Louise (Silver thorn) Dean m ELIZABETH 
SKIKNER of Jamestown, Mich. 

1295 Mildred L, h Hudsonville, Mich., Mar 18, 1896 

m Aug 10, 1915 Perry V. Koon Res Grand Rapids, Mich. 
Wo children. 

1296 Hazel m Martin Van Der Bosch 

a Mildred Elizabeth Van Der Bosch h Mar 3, 1915 

*1297 Herhert C. m Ruhy Snyder 

*1298 George W. b May 31, I887 m Gertrude DeZwan 

1299 M. Ardell h Jan 11, I883 m Aug 21, I9OI J. Arden 
Avery who was h Sept 7, I884 
a Madge Iris Avery h Sep 8, I902 
h Helen Shirla Avery h Dec 19, I903 
c Gardner Maxwell Avery b Dec 5> 1905 
a Virginia Rose Avery h Jul 31, 1907 
e J. Arden Avery, Jr. h Sept 5. 1909 
f Viola Angeline Avery "b Mar 4, 191I 

847 (WDK) 847 

DATUS R.''' DEAII b Dec 30, I868 s [488! Datus and Louise 
(Silver thorn) Dean :, AMA JAUE BELL 
Res Denby, Wis. 

1305 Arthur Harold" b Dec 2, 1896 no record of m. 

1306 Everett llorman b Sep 30, 1897 (For [848] 

(Fred Dean 

1307 Olive Jane b Sep 9, 1899 (see Errata p 165 

1308 Blanche Adenia b Dec I7 , ???? not m. 

1309 Herbert Ruben b Oct 28, 1902 

1310 Beatrice Irene b Apr 15, 1905 

1311 Glen Ruben b Jan 30, I907 d May 16, I907 

1312 Gladys Viola b Apr 9, I909 

858 (WDK) 858 

7 
GEORGE P. DEAII b Oct 11, I86I s [49I] Jerry and Helen 

(Wickes) Dean m-l CATHERIIIE GIBSOU who d 
June 14, 1889 m-2 Oct I7 , I893 CATHERIEE PLYITU 

1320 Gerald H.^ b Sept 18, 1895 not m. 



144 DESCEIIDAETS OP JOHII DEAII 

861 861 (TOK) 

Chester''' DEAII b Sept 11, 1867 s [492] Charles C. and 

Mary (Curran) Dean m EIvmiA J. FARR, niece of 
Hannah Farx, wife of [iSyh] Alfred Zelley. Res on the Parr 
place in Rocky River, 0. 

1325 Lloyd" h Aug 1, 1895 n 192I Dorothea Smith. Res 

Frazier Drive, Rocky River, 0. ITo children. 

13?6 la-ura h Jan 7, I902 

865 (WDK) 865 

CHARLES CARROLL^ DEAII h IIov 1, 1855 s [495] Sylvester and 

Catherine (Lathrop) Dean 
m 1893 LIZZIE DRI?HE 

Q 

1350 Howard h Apr 8, 1894 

1351 :.:erritt h Apr 9, 1898 

1352 Charles h Aug 27, I903 

890 (WDK) 890 

Alfred''' DEAII h Zelley's Island, 0. s [510J Jerry and 
Llargaret Isahel (Harrison) Dean, kept a 
general store at Addison, Mich, m BLAIIGHE BIMS. 

1370 James 

1371 Mildred m McDonald. Res Chicago, have a son 

Dean McDonald 

1372 Ralph 

901 (WDK) 901 

WELLEr7 DEAII b lIov I7 1877 s [527] Josephus and Henrietta 
(Par cell) Dean m LEM JARDIIIE. Adopted two 
children: 

1375 Deo Whitwood h Feh 28, I919 

1376 Carolyn Esther h May 30, 192I 

902 (WDK) 902 

SHIRLEY' DEAII h Apr 24, 1880 s [527] Plavius Josephus and 
Henrietta (Par cell) Dean m 1880 DOROTHY 
SCHWEini 

1380 Henrietta" h IIov 23, I909 

1381 Wilhur E b Nov 3, I913 



DESCENDAITTS OF JOHtl DEAII I45 

903 (WDK) 903 

7 13Q0 

n.AVIUS J.' DEAIT h Jan 30, I885 s [527] Plavius Josephus 

and Henrietta (Par cell) Dean 
m 1885 I.IEDORA BUIICE 

Q 

1390 Catherine Parcell b Dec 9, 1912 

1391 Mary Jeanette b July 18, I918 

1392 John Bruce ) 

) twins b Hay 13, 1920 d same day 

1393 Robert Meredith) 

910 910 (WDK) 

LOUIS' DEAE b Oct 20, I876 s [532 J Charles 0, "Zach" and 
Olivia (Colahan) Dean m MMIIE BATES 

1400 Leslie" b Jvn 23, 1906 

1401 Eleanor b Mar 8, 1908 

1402 Arth-or b Apr 24, 191O 

1403 Ellen b ? 

1404 Oliva Marian b Jul 23, 1924 

911 911 (TOK) 

ALFRED^ DEAN b Hov I7 , I878 s [532] Charles 0. "Zach" and 

Oliva (Colahan) Dean m-1 MARGARET BRESNAU 
in-2 ELLEII A. COISIDIHE 

Child of Alfred and Margaret: 

1405 Alfred Brosnan° b May 3, 19II Res New York City 
Children of Alfred and Ellen: 

Q 

1406 Martin Considine b Kqv I4, I916 in Kew York City 

1407 Beulah Elizabeth b Sep 13, 1918 " 

1408 Daniel Colahan b Oct 15, 192O " 

1409 Ellen b ? " 

919 919 (WDK) 

PAUL''' DEAU b IIov 3, I884 s [534] Frank S. and Anna M. (Arm- 
strong) Dean m Jan 4, I915 URSULLA KITCHEN 

Q 

1420 Forrest b Sept 20, 1917 



146 DESCEIIDAIITS OP JOHN DEM 

926 926 (PBD) 

CYHUS FAXOir DEAU "b Villanoya, Ont. , Jan 6, I862 s [544 J 

David E. and Charlotte (Hazelton) Dean 
m Apr 21, I888 BESSIE HILLS 

1450 Shirley^Cson) Id Erie, Pa., Aug I4. I89O 

927 (PBD) 927 

HERBE3T MYROll"^ DEAN "b Villanova, Ont., May 31, I863 s [544] 

David Z, and Charlotte (Hazelton) Dean 
d Long Island, II. Y., 1933 or I938 m at Erie, Pa., May 20, 
1884 AMELIA MATILDA WALMSLEY who res 304 E. Plymouth Ave. , 
Silver Springs, Md. (I956) 

I460 Faxon Myron h Guyton, Ga. , May 26, I890 
m-1 Margaret Hurley Dec 27, 1912 
111-2 at Los Angeles about 1947 

1461 Mahel Alice h Erie Pa., Dec I4, 1887 m Washington 

Apr 7, 1910 Floyd Hartwell Fearson, cornice and air 
conditioning business, b Washington, D.C., Nov 9, 
1887 d '.Vashington June I8, I942 Mabel res 304 E. 
Plymouth Ave, Silver Springs, Md. 
Children, all b in ':7ashington , D.C. : 
a Thelma Olive Fearson b July 28, I9II m '/7ashington 
Dec 31, 1931 Freeman Allen Willet, with ;7ash, 
Capitol Transit Co., b Buffalo, N.Y. , Sept I7 , 
1910 Res 1963 S St., S.E. , '!7ashington, D.C. 

1 Robert Allen T7illet b ^Vashington Sept 23, 1932 

Res 3130 Buena Vista Terrace, S.E. , liVashington , 
D.C. 

2 Richard Freemen '.Villet b Takona Park, Md. , Dec- 

22, 1949 Res 1963 S St., S.E. , Washington, D.C. 
b Frances Amelia Fearson b Aug 6, 1915 '^ Washington 
Aug 22, 1936 Victor Leonard Garon, prosthetist, 
b Cherrydale, Va. , July 15, I914 Res 304 E. Ply- 
mouth Ave. , Silver Springs, Md. 

1 John Victor Garon, b Washington, Nov 6, 1942 

2 William Lewis Garon b Takoma Park, Md. , Oct 2, 

1948 
c William Floyd Fearson, with G. and P. Telephone Co. , 
b Nov 10, 1916 m Washington Jan 10, I942 Dorothy 
Louise Reed b Washington Sept 18, I917 Res 6703 
41st Ave., Hyattsville, Md. 

1 Jeanne Marie Fearson b Washington June 29, 1944 

2 Elizabeth Ann Fearson " Oct I7, 1946 

3 Margaret Alice Fearson " Nov 22, 1949 

4 Kenneth Reed Fearson b Takoma Park, Md. , 

Nov 4, 1955 

1462 Olive Jennie b Washington, D.C. Dec 1, 1897 m at 

Washington June 12, 1919 Carl Le Roy Armentrout, 
Industrial Engineer, Naval Ordnance, b Staunton, Va. , 
July 3, 1890 Res 1212 Gallatin St., N.W. , Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

a Dean Le Roy Armentrout b Washington July 4, 1922 
d July 9, 1922 



DESCENMIITS CF JOHN DEAII I47 

927-2 
927-2 1462-2 

1462 "b Phyllis Dorothy ArmentJout h Washington Sept 3, 

1923 m Washington Max 22, 1947 Robert Boone Cook, 
Capt. , Air Force Engineer, h in Llaine Sept 10, 
1915. Res 12 Railroad Ave., Peace Dale, R. I. 

1 Paul Rohert Cook h Scotch Plains, II. J. Jan 9, 

1949 

2 James Phillip Cook h Scotch Plains, W.J. May 26. 

1950 
c Charles Edwin Armentrout h Washington Apr I7 , 1932 
Graduate Student at Wesleyan Univ., Middletown, 
Conn. Hot m. Res 1212 Gallatin St., N.W. , Wash- 
ington, D.C. 

1463 David George h Erie, Pa. Apr 11, 1892 d Washington, 

D.C. , July 17, 1941 

1464 George Edward "b Washington, D.C, Dec 12, I900 

d WasMngton Oct 29, I92I 

930 (MDC) 930 

ALEXANDER MONTGOMERY' DEAK h Aug 18 , I868 s [544] David 

Kenney and Charlotte (Hazelton) 
Dean, place of hirth may have "been Erie, Pa. The name of 
his wife is not known at this writing. 

*1467 James Eldon (see I467 in later listing) 

933 (FRD) 933 

AMBERTSOIT MYROll'^ DEAH b Pelham Twp. , Ont. , Aug 16, I878 

s [545] John Myron and Sarah Jane 
(Lundy) Dean; electrician; d Rochester, II. Y., llov 13, 1948 
m at Buffalo Jan 30 I902 ALICE LIABEL ROBIIISOII dau Vernon 
Hamilton and Alice (Hansler) Robinson of lliagara Falls, Ont., 
who was b Thorold, Ont., Aug I6, I878 and d Buffalo, N.Y. , 
June 21, 1922 

1470 Amber Mabel° b Depew, IJ.Y. , Dec 4, I902 m at Buffalo 
Mar 1, 1926 Herman Getzin of Depew, He is a 
patternmaker. Res RD, West Rush, H.Y. 
a Alice Amber Getzin b Buffalo, N.Y. , m Charles Wray, 
archeologist and Brass founder. Res West Rush, II. Y. 

*1471 Vernon Myron b Depew, N.Y. July 16, I904 
m Leslie Weilard llov 2, 1934 

*1472 Faxon Robinson b Depew, II. Y., Apr 3, 1908 
m Mabel Louise Tolsma Oct 19, I929 

981 (MDC ) 981 

DARIUS LAURTES'^ DEAIIE b Jan 22, 184O in Delmar Twp., near 

Wellsboro, Pa., s [584] Erastus and 
Mary Elizabeth (McEwen) Deane d Wellsboro, Pa., Apr 5, 1918 
m at Wellsboro Dec I4, I869 BARBARA L. STUEROCK dau David 
and Jane Sturrock, who was b Dec 1, I843 and d Wellsboro 
Mar 9, 1903. 



148 DESCEIIDAITTS 0? JOffl^ DEAIJ 

981-2 981-2 

1474 

Darius acquired his ea-tly education in the common 

schools, and in two Academies. By accompanying his father 
on surveying work, he learned that profession, which he fol- 
lowed to some extent in later life. He served in Co. A, 
First Battalion, Pa. Vols, from June I863 to January I864 
and in Co. K 207th Hegt. , Pa. Vols, from August I864 to 
June 1865. (Adj. Gen., USA) In the capture of Petersturg 
he received a wound, which resulted in the loss of his left 
arm. He was later quite ingenious in doing everything with 
one hand that he had previously done with two hands. He 
served three terms as Begister and Becorder for Tioga Go,, 
one term each as School Director, Assessor, Burgess of the 
Borough, and three terms in the Borough Council, also one 
term as County Surveyor. After studying law for two years, 
he was admitted to the "bar in 1878. He was a most quiet and 
even tempered man, tut could and did speak and write with 
logic and from the heart when occasion required. 

Q 

1474 Arthur 7?. b i7ellshoro. Pa., Kar 21, 1873 d Dec 12, 1879 

*1475 Alan Bowers (adopted) h Horseheads, II. Y. , Jan 28, I880 
m Jan 27, I904 Emma Smith 

983 983 (I^IXJ) 

7 
CECIL AUGUSTUS' DEAHE, "b Delmar Twp. , near Wellshoro, Pa., 

Oct 5, 1844 s [584] Erastus and Mary 

Elizaheth (llcEwen) Deane , d Pt. Collins, Colo., Apr 11, 

1925 m at Harrisgurg, Pa., ITov 10, I87O, CLAHA R. SHEARER. 

This marriage ended later in divorce. 

Cecil served a year (Liar l862-I«lar I863) in Co. E, 52nd 
Regt. , Pa. Inf. and later as First Lieut, in Co. A, 1st 
Battalion Pa, Inf. from June, 1863 to Jan., 1864. (Adj. Gen. 
USA) Being infected with the "Go ^est" fever, he went in 
1866 to Denver, in what was then Colorado Territory. The 
last 600 miles of the trip he made driving a four-mule team 
from the rail head at Atchison, ICans, In Denver he "borrowed 
car-oenter tools and worked with them till he obtained the 
joh he wanted--surveying for the City Surveyor. In this 
work he laid out the lines for the streets in a goodly part 
of the present city of Denver. He supplemented early train- 
ing in this work at his father's side hy studying Surveying 
at the Denver Seminary, being one of its ten graduates he- 
fore it bacame the Univ. of Denver. He was engaged for some 
years in contract surveying for the US Gov't, later went 
into the contracting business, constructed irrigation 
ditches, excavated railv/ay tunnels in the Rockies, at one 
time, had a large force of men working in the forest getting 
out railway ties. This location became known as Deansburg. 

Either by tongue or pen he was a rerj voluble raconteur, 
and he wrote many articles for the press based on his store 
of knov/ledge of history, his experiences in the '.7ar , and his 
explorations of the ruins of the Cliff Dwellers in the 
Southwest. He was an apt selection for custodian of the Tfer 
Relic and Historical Lluseum in the State Capitol at Denver, 
He spent his later years in a small house, which he built 
himself, in Roggen, Colo., and died at the home of his son, 
Harold, at Ft, Collins, Colo. 



DESCEIIDAIITS OF JOHIT DEAII 149 

983-2 983-2 

8 a ^476 

1475 Hertert Carroll b Denver, Colo., Apr 7, I872 

Grad Denver Univ. as M. D. , interned at Bellevue and 
St. Marks Hospitals, Salt Lake City, Utah, practiced 
there ever since, m Oct 29, 1907 Loretta Ann Wilson, 
no children. Res Salt Lake City. 

*1477 Harold B. "b Liar 9, 1874 

m Mar 31 , 1908 Ellen Myers 

*1478 Earl Vincent b Aug 13, 1878 

m Apr 16, 1906 Minnie Jacoby 

988 ([1480] AVD) 988 

DAUIEl MYROh''' DEAIJE h Petersham (or Athol), Mass., Oct 11, 

1847 s [587] Seneca Fisher and Mary Mar- 
garet (Harris) Deane, d Valparaiso, ITeh. , Feb 7, 192I 
m at Galena, 111., Dec 31, I87O MABY Aim BOHREB, who was b 
Galena Sept 11, I052 and d Valparaiso May 4, I92O 

Daniel grew to manhood in Wisconsin, where he learned 
millwright work trnder his father. He came to llebraska in 
1871, first to Raymond, then Seward, later to Valparaiso, 
where he lived for 45 years, with the exception of six years 
in Lincoln. In his early years he built mills and mill dams 
all over the state. He built one in Valparaiso, which he 
later bought, in 1905* A fire destroyed this mill and the 
associated electric plant, causing him a loss of some $18,000 
Served several years on the School Board. Was President of 
the Nebraska Millers Association for eight years--was called 
the "Dean of the Nebraska Millers." 

llebraska must be a good place to raise a family, for 
all the five sons in this one were over six feet tall, nor 
were the girls -very short either. 

*1480 Harry Lewis" b Aug 9, 1872 m Alice V. Pence 

1481 Ethe May b Raymond Ileb. , Sept 17 , I874 d at Crete, 

Neb., Dec 22, I938 m at Seward, Neb., Oct 26, 

William Calvin Emerick who was b Stevenson Co. , 111. , 
May 28, 1859 and d Crete July 4, I942 
a William Ralph Emerick b Valparaiso, Neb., Oct 3, 
1899 d there in June I900 

1482 Myra b Raymond, Neb,, Oct 25, I876. Lived in Valpa- 

raiso, and d there Dec 5, 1901 

1483 Dora b Valparaiso, Neb., Mar 7, 1879 d there 



*1484 Jay Sidney b Valparaiso, Neb., June 19, 1880 
m Inez Daisy White Apr 26, I905 

1485 Buby Mae b Valparaiso, Neb., Oct 5, 1882 d Lincoln, 
Neb., Jan 10, I95I m Nov 3, 1905 Ernest Nichols 
who was b Valparaiso Nov 18, I081 and d Lincoln 
Jan 10, 1951. They lived on the Nichols farm till her 
health failed in 1943, then went to the Albert Chewer 
acreage 1/2 mile north of Valparaiso. She was in 



150 DESCENDMTS OF JOHII DEAN 

988-2 988-2 

1485 hospitals and a nufsing home for fifteen months pre- 
ceding her death, 
a George A. Hichols h Valparaiso, lleh., Apr 23, I906 

m Mar 28, 1934 Lelia Swanson who was b 7?ahoo , lleh., 

Apr20, 1906 

1 Deloris May ITichols h Valparaiso, May 1, 1935 

2 Donald Lee ITichols h Valparaiso Aug 5, 1935 

h Luella Margaret Ilichols h Valparaiso, lleb, , Mar 9, 
1909 m Omaha, lleb. , Aug 6, 1930 Howard W. Pokorny 
who was h Valparaiso, lleh., Apr 28, 1907 They 
have a hardware store in Valparaiso. 
1 Harold W. Pokorny h Lincoln, Neb., May 5. 1931 

Res Valparaiso. 
2. Marian Joy Pokorny b Valparaiso Aug 18, 1932 

Res Lincoln, lleb. 

3 Barbara Joan Pokorny b Valparaiso Oct 12, 1933 

Res Valparaiso. 

i486 Charlotte Alice b Valparaiso, ITeb. , May 26, 1885 
m-1 at Valparatso June 18, 1913 George V7. Acklam 
b Racine, 7/is. , June 11, I885 s T. H. Acklam of 
Racine. He was Asst. Mgr, of the Lincoln office 
of J. I. Case Co. at the time of his death on 
Oct 21, 1918. m-2 at Lincoln Hot I4, I94I Orr C. 
Bills b Lincoln July 4, I884 Res 521 S. Hillside, 
Wichita, Kan. 

*1487 Daniel Myron II, b Valparaiso, lleb., Oct 2, 1887 
m-1 Oct 30, 1909 Bertha L. Ogden 
m-2 Apr 24, 1943 Edith Marguerette Knosp 

*1488 Carl Eugene b Valparaiso, Heb. , Sept I6, I890 
m ITov 15, 1917 Mary Mockett 

*1489 Cecil Frank b Seward, ITeb., Apr 6, I893 
m Dec 25, 1917 Ethel Vernon Rea 

1033 1033 (HI^D) 

7 

WILLIAi: ZEITDRICK DEALT, physician, b 77ilmington, Del., I855 

s [635] ?ev. William and Maria 
(Brown) Dean m-1 [1040] liAEY DEAN dau [64O] Dr. Henry W. 
and Elizabeth Dean of Rochester, li.Y. Living in Dorchester, 
Mass., in I883 m-2 MAGGIE BROVftl, dau of the third wife of 
his father, by her former husband, Capt. Brown. 

o 

1550 Arthur Lyman b Oct 1, I878 d Honolulu Mar 1, 1952 
Grad Harvard 1900. Instructor Sheffield Scientific 
School, of Yale; served the Arthur Little Chemical Co, 
for a year, returning to Yale. Pres. of the Univ. of 
Hav/aii for I4 years, whence he took up work in the 
field of chemical botany. Conducted research on 
chaulmugra oil, a possible cure for leprosy. Later 
engaged in the pineapple and sugar business in Hawaii. 
He d Mar 1, 1952, leaving a widow there in Hawaii. 



DESCEHDAHTS OF JOHIT DEAN I5I 

1060 (HMD) 1060 

7 1600 

HENRY IIAHTYU' DEAN b MojriSTille, N.Y. , Aug- lA, 184I s [649] 

lyman Goddard and Mary J, (Carpenter) 
Dean d Hyde Park, Mass. , Sept 10, I917 m at Morrisville 
July 20, 1868 HELEN M. TIDD, dau Eltridge Gerry and Eunice 
H. (Royce) Tidd She was b Sept 28, I842 and d Vineyard 
Haven, Mass., Feb 12, I931 

o 

*l600 Hubert Tidd° b Manchester, la., July 6, 1870 
m Florence Ann Dawkins Dec 16, 1897 

1501 Eva Julia b New Lisbon, N.Y. , July 12, 1872 d Morris- 
ville, N.Y. , June 29, I874 

1602 Henry Martyn b Dayton, Ohio, Nov 22, 1877 m at Man- 

chester, N.H. , June 22, I925 ALICE B. CIFRE who was 
b Barcelona, Spain, dau of a Gatalonian Spainard who 
came to the U.S., studied for the Baptist ministry, 
and went as a missionary to Spain. Henry was or- 
dained a Baptist minister and was pastor in Hingham, 
Mass., for several years. (J'/VD) Now engaged in the 
practice of law in Boston. No children. 

1603 Bertha Goddard b Hingham, Mass., Mar 25, 1884 d Newton 

Center, Mass., Nov 29, 1950. Not m. 

1063 (HMD) 1063 

JOHN Leonard"^ dean b Juiy 29, 1848 (Juiy 24?-jwd) s [649] 

Lyman Goddard and Mary Janet (Carpenter) 
Dean d Saratoga Springs, N.Y., Feb 5, 191I m-1 June 20, 
1876 to FLORENCE P. CUTTER of E. Jeffry, N.H. m-2 at Hudson, 
N.Y. , Feb 11, 1902 MAUDE B. SKINNER. He was ordained as a 
Baptist minister Dec 15, I875. In 1883 was pastor at Ran- 
dolph, Mass, 

1610 Florence^ b I879 



EIGHTH GENERATION 

1160 (MDC) 1160 

CLARENCE LINWOOD DEAN, P.O. clerk, retired, b Franklin, 

Mass., July 7, I889 s [751] Edgar 
Clarence and Carrie M. Booth (Phillips) Dean, m at Franklin 
Oct 29, 1911 MAE GERTRUDE PADEN b Franklin May 3, I878 dau 
John D. and Elizabeth (Magee) Peden. Res: 485 King St., 
Franklin, Mass. 

1749 Marion Sylvia^ b Franklin May 16, 1914 m July 2, 194I 

George Albert Drew, stock fitter, shoe factory, 
s George Albert and Sarah (Hannagan) Drew. No ch. 
Res 101 Union St., Franklin, Mass. 

1750 Clarence Linwood b Franklin May 30, 1916 d Franklin 

Nov 29, 1917 



152 DESCEITDAKTS OP JOHII DEM 

1161 1161 (MDG) 

o 
MBiOlTD IRWII DEM, auto mechanic, t ?ranklin. Mass,, 

Sept l5, 1892 s [751] Edgar Clarence 
and Carrie Maria (Phillips) Dean m at Providence R. I,, 
May 13, 1916 EVA ALICE YOUNG b Franklin Sept 23, I09I dau 
Edgar Atwood and Rose Mae (Blake) Young. Res 130 School St., 
Franklin, Mass. 

*1751 Rohert Irwin^ Id Franklin, Mass., May 25, I924 
m Emilia Kjizko Sept 22, I945 

1752 Edgar Young "b Franklin Dec 2, 1919 m Franklin June 4, 
1945 Ruth Frances Mason h Franklin May 22, I92I dau 
Fred Earle and Minta Edith (Gowen) Mason. Ho chil. 
Res 52 Pleasant St, Franklin, Mass. 

1200 1200 (AHD) 

THOMAS ALFRED DEAN (Alfred Thomas), shoe manufacturer, 

h Cochituate (',7ayland), Mass., Aug 16, 
1876 s [800] Charles W. and Mary (Brummett) Dean , d Cochit- 
uate Dec 27, 1933* After attending the putlic schools of 
Wayland and a Boston "business college, he entered the employ 
of his father and learned the shoemaking business. In lo97 
he was "^aken into partnership and the firm was known as C. 77. 
Dean and Co, , with a factory at Cochituate. In I9IO n. 
modern concrete factory was built at Watick, with double the 
former capacity. This was sold in 1920, and a brick factory 
was built on an adjacent lot. The factory made only a heavy 
work shoe, called a brogan, which was marketed mainly in the 
southern states. In 1923, after 30 years of manufacturing, 
the firm retired from the shoe business, and carried on an 
investment business under the same name. 

Alfred m at ITatick June 15 1899 Ella Hattie (Hattie 
Ella) Fairbanks who was b Hatick May 23, I875 ^'^ George 
Chandler and Ella (Greenwood) (Hobbs) Fairbanks. George was 
editor and proprietor of the "llatick Bulletin." Res Co- 
chituate. 

*l800 Charles Fairbanks^ b Natick Dec 23, I900 
m Doris Hall Feb 1928 

*l801 George Waldo b Cochituate Oct 25, 1904 
m Mary Lord Sept 11, 1930 

*l802 Alfred Harold b Cochituate May 23, I906 
m Evelyn Lord Jan 20, 1932 



1251 1251 (WDK) 

b Mar 1, 1879 s [820] 

son and Ellen (Hoxie) Dean m Feb 1, 



FRAIIKLIII WILLARD^ DEAH b Mar 1, 1879 s [820] Chester Harri- 



1902 ES TELLE CUlHTIlTGHAli 

1850 Chester Lee" b Sept I8, I902 Res Chicago. 

1851 Madelaine Estelle b Sep 23, 1905 Res Chicago 

1852 Genevieve Electa b Apr 20, I9O0 " 

1853 Franklin Millard b Apr I8, I9IO « 

1854 Harold V/eston b Sep 13, 191I n 



DESCMMHTS OF JOHH DEM 153 

1251-2 1251-2 

1855 Helen Jeanette^ t) Oct 25, 1912 Res Chicago 

1856 Dorothea Mae b Aug 5, 1914 " 

1857 Lyle Arthur h Aug 21, I918 " 

1858 Blanche LuVern b Jan 25, I92I 



1258 (Y/DK) 1258 

WILLIAl^I HEITRY" dean, Jr., b Chicago, 111., Oct 12, I875 

s [824] William Henry and Mary E. 
(Kelley) Dean m June 30, I896 GERTRUDE JANE CHALIuERS 
William was a business man of Battle Creek, Mich. 

1875 Lillian^ b May I4, I897 m I'lay 15, I918 William J. 
Cole Res Long Beach, Cal. 

1280 (vrox) 1280 

JOHN DEAU b Antigo, ',7is. , llov 10, I888 s [839] Arthur and 

Jennie (Krelzer) Dean m Milwaukee Aug 7, 1912 
HORTEIISE BIELSCHOPKI 

1900 John C, Jr., 9 b Feb 4, 1913 at Milwaukee, Wis. 

1901 Dorothy D. b Mar 16, I914 at Green Bay, '.Vis. 

1902 Julien P. b Feb I4, I918 " 

Res Antigo, Wis. 

1285 (\7DK) 1285 

o 

CHARLES DATUS DEAlI b Aug 26, 1877 s [843] Philip Oscar and 

May (Arnold) Dean m GRACE YAIIDEBVOGT 

9 

1950 Frank Datus"^ b Mar 5, 1902 

1951 Ansill b Feb 9, 1903 

1952 Albert Theodore b Hot 5, 1906 

1297 C^K) 1297 

Q 

HERBERT C. DEAII s [845] Herbert Eugene and Elizabeth 

(Skinner) Dean m June I5, I9II 
RUBY SHIDER She was b Feb 9, 1893 

q 
i960 Agatha 1. b Apr 3, 1912 

1961 Daisy Elizabeth b May 14, 1914 

1298 (WDK) 1298 
p 

GEORGE W. DEALT b May 31, I887 s [845] Herbert Eugene and 

Elizabeth (Skinner) Dean m Dec 21, I9IO 
GERTRUDE DEZWiilT who was b Dec 23, I09I 

1975 Dorothy Mae^ b May 26, I9II 

1976 Hermon Harold b Sep 13, I912 

1977 Chester Herbert b Oct 5, I913 



154 DESCEIIDAITTS 0? JOHl^ DEAII 

1460 1460 {FUD) 

FhXOV. IIYSOT.^ DEAIT "b Guyton.Ga. Kay 26 1890 s [927] Herbert 

and Amelia llatilda (wamsley) Dean. He was 
a cinematographer , now retired. Res San Francisco, Gal. 
m-1 at 'Tashington, D.C. , Dec 2J , I912 LIAGRARET HURLEY. 
in-2 at Los Angeles, about 1947 

*2000 David Kennedy^ b IJov 12, I913 Lt. Col., U.S. Air 
Corps, m Betty Olmstead Sept 1941 

2001 Aleathea m John D. Stephens, Engineer, in 1939 

1467 1467 (MDC) 

JAITES ELDOIT" DEAII s [930] Alexander Montgomery and 

DEAK. lerj little is known about 

this nan, outside of a letter he wrote to [12705] Cassie K. 
Turner, under date of Kov I4, 1939. i^ which he states that 
his wife had died in August (presumably 1939) s^nd gives his 
line of descent in oujr Dean family as John Joseph^ Faxon-^ 
Orange^ Philemon^ David Kinney° (Kenney?) Alexander Mont- 
gomery' James Eldon^. This letter was written from an ad- 
dress of 28 Forest Ave., Cranford, II. J., and indicates a 
previous address of One Doering Way, Cranford. His cousin, 
[928a] Ethel K. Sengel, writes (1957) saying that she had 
lost touch with James some time ago, that he had remarried 
and v/as expecting a baby. The school authorities in Gran- 
ford give the names of two sons of James as having gradu- 
ated from the Cranford High School: 

2010 Gordon^ 

2011 Reede 

1471 1471 (FED) 

VERIIOII I.IYROII^ DEAII b Depew, IT.Y. , July 16, I904 s [933] 

Ambertson Llyron and Alice Mabel (Robin- 
son) Dean. He was a Landscape Architect for the City of 
Berkeley, Gal. m at Berkeley (?) llov 2, I934 LESLIE WELLARD 
Res 93 Alamo Ave., Berkeley, Cal. 

2021 Michael^ (adopted) b Feb 2, I947 

1472 1472 (FRD) 

FAXOII ROBIIISOII^ DEAII b Depew, IT.Y., Apr 3, 1908 s [933] 

Ambertson and Alice Mabel (Robinson) 
Dean; meat cutter, m at Depew Oct I9, I929 MABEL LOUISE 
TOLSMA dau Herbert and Bertha Caroline (Mann) Tolsma, of 
Elma, II. Y., she was b Marilla, 11. Y. , July 15, I911. 
Postal address Box 3^2, Arcade, II. Y. Res, just outside of 
Sandusky, II. Y. Faxon is a very modest and retiring indi- 
vidual- -having turned thumbs down on repeated requests for 
even a short biography of his deeds and misdeeds (if any) 
for publication herein. Hovi^ever , there is one debt the 
writer gladly and freely acknowledges--for a very great 
share of the genealogical data contained in this book. 
Faxon roamed at great length over the Eastern U.S. unearth- 



desceithants of john dkaii 155 

1472-2 1472-2 

2022 

ing the vital records of the memhexs of the Dean trite, 
from the earliest times down to date. Not only did he find 
the original records, hut he brought back photographic 
evidence of his finds. The verbatim copy of the will of 
[1] John Dean as given in the early pages of this book, is a 
copy of photographs he made. He also unearthed a copy of 
the genealogical data quoted herein from a manuscript copy 
of the work of W. D. Kelley, which accounts for many pages 
of this story. 

*2022 Allan Arthur^ b Buffalo, II. Y. , Nov 30, I930 
m Aug 13, 1955, Phyllis Eleanor Hoffman 

*2023 Vernon Myron b Buffalo, N.Y. , Nov 12, 1932 
m Apr 10, 1954 Lois Kerr 

1475 (MDC) 1475 

AXAN BOTVERS" DEANE (adopted) s [981] Darius L. and Barbara 

L. (Sturrock) Deane, b Horseheads N.Y. , 
Jan 28- 1880, originally s Jerome and Mary (Sturrock) Bow- 
ers. (Mary was a sister of Barbara.) Alan d \7ellsboro. 
Pa., June 24, 1947 after a long illness. He was a member of 
Co. K, 5*^ P8-' Vols, in the Spanish-American War. He oper- 
ated a photograph gallery in Wellsboro, later an auto repair 
shop. He was active in the Sp.-Am. War Veterans Association, 
and was helpful to many of the veterans in pension matters. 
m Jan 27, 1904 EMJ.IA SMITH, who was b Sebring, Pa., Mar 21, 
1879 dau Francis and Caroline (Heyler ) Smith. Res 71 Pearl 
St. , Wellsboro, Pa. 

q 
2070 Harold Alanson^ DEANE b Wellsboro, Pa., June 19, 1907 

Grad Wellsboro High School 1925, Bliss Electrical 

School, Washington, D. C. 1926, has been with the 

Stromberg-Carlson Co., Rochester, N.Y. since 1942. 

m Stroudsbu-Tg, Pa,, Aug 22, 1929 Ivah Youmans, who 

was b Mansfield, R.D, , Pa., Apr 1, I905 dau Mark A. 

and Edna D. (Frost) Youmans. No children. 

Res 87 French Rd. , Rochester, 18, N.Y. 

1477 [1477. HBD] 1477 

Q 

HAROLD B. DEANE h Denver, Colo., Mar 9, 1874 s [983] Cecil 

A. and Clara R. (Shearer) Deane. Was tele- 
graph operator for the Denver and Rio Grande RR. ; for Oregon 
Short Line at Salt Lake City, and for C B & Q RR at Wymore, 
Neb. Operated a farm at Eaton, Colo. Agent for New York 
Life Ins. Co. at Ft. Collins, Colo. In real estate business 
at Ft. Collins for more than 30 years. Gov't designated 
appraiser. Notary Public. Agent for Dunn and Bradstreets 
Reports, m Denver, Colo., Mar 31, I908 ELLEN MYERS dau Alb- 
ert Henry and Jenny (Storns) Myers, pioneers of Eaton, Colo., 
who came from Switzerland to Eaton in I881. 

*2075 Harold Myers^ b Wymore, Neb., Oct 25, 1909 
m Thelma B. McHone Oct 3, I912 

*2076 Don L. b Wymore, Neb., May 12, I912 
m Barbara Lord 



156 DESCEIIDAUTS OF JOEtl DEJill 

1478 1478 ([2077] OVB) 

Q 

EARL VIITCEIIT DEAME t Denver Aug 1$, I878 s [983] Cecil A. 

and Cla^a R. (Shearer) Heane d Ridley 
Park, Pa., Dec 2, 1952 He started his career in the instu- 
ance husiness in the office of the New York Life Insurance 
Co. in Denver, went to the Altoona, Pa., office of the same 
company as Agency Director, thence to Pittshurgh, and to 
Philadelphia as Branch Manager, all for the same Company, 
m at Philadelphia Pa., Apr 16, I906 MIimiE ROLL JACOBY who 
was h July 20, l8o3 dau William Redford and llancy (Dinker) 
Jacohy of Philadelphia. 

2077 Olive Virginia" h Ridley Park, Pa., Apr 24. I907 

m Ridley Park Arthur Gorham Baker, M. D. , specialist 
in the eye, ear, nose and throat. He was b 7ap>iing- 
ton, D. C, May 8, 1905 s Arthur Benoni and May 
(Davis) Baker. Res Longfield, Ridley Park, Pa. 
a Arthur Gorham Baker, Jr., "b Ridley Park, Pa,, 
July 15, 1935 f attending Denison University. 
"b Kancy Deane Baker "b Ridley Park Apr 15, 1938 

2078 ITancy h Ridley Park, Pa., Dec 25, I908 m Ridley Park 

June 20, 1933 Edward Martindale Passmore who was b 
Butte, Mont., May 5, 1908 s Edward S. and Eliza Jeff- 
erson (Cattelle) Passmore. Res Briarbrook, Rutledge, 
Pa. 
a Edward Deane Passmore b Swarthmore, Pa., June 19, 

1936 
b Judith Brooks Passmore b Rutledge, Pa., Apr 21, 1940 
c John Lincoln Passmore b Rutledge, Pa., May 10, 1944 

1480 1480 ([1480] AVD) 

o 
HARRY LEWIS DEAIIE b Raymond, ITeb., Aug 9, I872 s [988] 

Daniel Myron and Mary Ann (Bohrer) Deane 
d Lincoln, Heb. , Dec 13, 192O. Lived in Seward, lleb. , 1891- 
97. m June 22, 1898 ALICE VIRGINIA PENCE who was b Seward, 
Neb., Dec I4, I873 dau Samuel and Emily (Anderson) Pence of 
Seward, They settled in Valparaiso, Neb,, where he was en- 
gaged in operating the mill. Member of the School Board, 
also served on the Town Board. Went to Ashland in June I919, 
employed by the Ashland Light, Mill and Power Co., his death 
was due to being struck by an auto while on his way to the 
electric plant. Alice contributed the data for the descend- 
ants of [988] Daniel Myron Deane. Res 3OOI F St., Lincoln, 
Neb. 

*2079 Robert Lewis^ b Sept 7, 1899 
m Violet Woods Aug 19, 1922 

2080 Doris Virginia b Valparaiso, Neb., Aug I9, 190I Grad. 

Univ. of Neb. , taught several years in Lincoln schools 
m June 22, I927 at Seward John Paul Bennett who was b 
Creston, Neb., July 2, 1902 s Jesse William Bennett 
(b Ontario) and Hannah Kathryn Bennett (B Ringgold, 
la.), of Beaver Crossing, Neb. He was on the faculty 
of Illinois V/eslyan Univ., at Bloomington, 111. 
Res Forest Grove, Ore. 

a Deane Sterndala Bennett b Seattle, Wash., July 13, 
1931. 



DESCEIIMIITS 0? JOHN DEM I57 

1480-2 1480-2 

Q 2081 

2081 Harry Lloyd.-^ t Valparaiso, llelj. , Feb 24, I903 

Licensed to practice law in the state and federal 
courts of ITeb. Office Mgr. Western States Grocery 
Co. for 8 years. Went to the Hawaiian Islands in 
1938. Comptroller Oahu Ey. and Land Co., 1935; now 
office manager Oahu Transport Co., m Omaha, Net., 
Apr 4 1926 Flora Jones, h Hendley, Keh. , Aug 8, I90I 
Res 1502 B Alewa Dr., Honolulu, I7 , Hawaii. 

2082 Ethe Jane h Lincoln, Heb, Nov I8, I907 m Denver, Colo. 

May 20, 1931 John Edwin Mills who was h Culbertson, 
Ueh., Feb I7, 1899 s Wyman Horse and Alberta (Halone) 
Mills, of McCook, lleb.. He was a stock raiser, oper- 
ated a farm some 16 miles from McCook. He d at Mc- 
Cook Apr 1, 1940. Ethe is teaching school in Lincoln, 
lleb. Res 300I F St., Lincoln, 10, leb. 
a Marilyn Lorraine Mills b McCook, Keb. , Sept 13, 

1934 m June 22, I956 James Webber, U.S. Coast 

and Geodetic Survey, Seattle, 'Jash. 

*2083 Herman Pence b Sept 15, 1909 

m Frances Simmons Jan 15, 1932 

*2084 Donald Myron b July I4, I91I 

m Georgianna Biggie llov 26, 1936 

*2085 Raymond b May 11, I914 

m Imogene E, Anderson Feb 9. 194^ 

2086 Edwin Eugene b Agnew, lleb., Aug 28, I916 

d there Apr 23, I917 

1484 (CI48O] AYD) 1484 

JAY SIDNEY DEANE b Valparaiso, lleb., June 19, 1880 s [988] 

Daniel Myron and Mary Ann (Bohrer) Deane 
d Denver, Colo., llov I9, I948 m Apr 25, I905 IITEZ DAISY 
WHITE who was b Mt. Ayre, Ringgold Co., la., Nov 29, 1884 
dau David 0. and Alice (Guttery) 'Wiite 

2087 Dea Marion° b Valparaiso Neb., Oct 11, 1905 m at San 

Jose, Cal. , Oct 28, 1938 Jake R. Williams, who d 
Lodi, Cal., in I944. No children. She res 382 N. 
State St., Ukiah, Gal., c/o Ford Hotel. 

1487 ([1480] AVD) 1487 

Q 

DANIEL MYRON DEANE b Valparaiso, Neb., Oct 2, I887 s [988] 

Daniel Myron and Mary Ann (Bohrer) Deane 
m-1 Lincoln, Neb., Oct 30, I909 BERTHA LORENA OGDEH who was 
b Lincoln Oct 2, I890 dau Charles T. and Kathryn L. (Lewis) 
Ogden. m-2 at Kearney, Neb., Apr 24, 1943 EDITH MARGUERETTE 
KNOSP b Hastings, Feb., Sept 7, I9OO dau Gustave R. A. and 
Bertha M. (Blum) Knosp (Father b Stutgart, Germany, mother 
b Manonk, 111.) Daniel was a member of the Lincoln Fire 
Dept. for eight years, sheet metal shop to 194I. Capt. , Fire 
Dept., Navy Base at Hastings, Neb. since I949. Res 303 S. 
Pine St., .''pt 1, Grand Island, Neb. 



158 DESCMMKTS OF JOHK DEM ■ 

1487-2 1487-2 

2088 Belores Mafjorie° t Lincoln, llet. , Uov 26, 19IO m at 

El Dorado, Kan., Apr 3, ^932 John Reynolds llewman who 
was h Augusta, Kan., Peh 2o, I908 s Guy and Floy Lo- 
jene (Reter) ITewland of Andover , Kan. He is Regional 
Director, Bureau of Apprenticeship, U.S. Dept. of 
La"bor. Res 16914 Westdale Ave., Lakewood, Ohio, 
a Deane Ward Ilewland h V/ichita, Kan., Aug 21, 1933 
Employed at Flight Laboratory, E.A.C.A. , Cleveland 
Airport, 0. m Angola, Ind. , Aug 22, 1952 Llary 
Alma Miller, h Lakewood, 0., Jan 18, 1934 cLau 
Albert Peter and Catherine Irene (Cu-rley) Miller 
1 Joy Llarie Wewland b Lakewood May 7, 1953 
b John Karvin IJewland, b Wichita, Kan., Oct 9, 1935 

In U.S. Navy. 
c Myron Chase Ilewland b Wichita, Kan,, June 23, 1938 

1488 1488 ([1480] AVD) 

Q 

CARL EUGEHE DEAIIE b Valparaiso, Web., Sept I6, I89O s [988] 

Daniel Myron and Mary Ann (Bohrer) Deane. 
m Lincoln, leb., Hov 15, I917 MARY MOCKETT dau Senator J. H. 
Mockett of Lincoln. 

2089 Carlette9 b Lincoln, Heb. , May 26, I92O 

2090 Daniel M. b Lincoln, lleb. , Feb 15, 1929 

1489 1489 ([1480] AVD) 

CECIL FRAUK^ DEAIIE b Seward, Keb, , Apr 5, I893 s [988] 

Daniel Myron and Mary Ann (Bohrer) Deane. 
m Lincoln, Ueb, , Dec 25, I917 ETHEL VERIJOII REA b Windsor, 
Mo., Nov 7. 1890 dau John Foote (now deceased) and Lena Cus- 
ter (Marks; Rea, of Lincoln, Neb. Cecil followed the mill- 
ing business for a time, is now aircraft patternmaker, Boe- 
ing Aircraft Co., res I509 N» Topeka Ave., Wichita, Kan. 

2091 Sara Lee9 b Lincoln, ITeb. , Oct 18, 1918 m Chapel Hill, 

II. C, Sept 10, 1944 Charles Clifford Finch who was b 
Cleveland, 0., llov 21, I918. He is Labor Representa- 
tive, U.S. Embassy, Ankara, Turkey. 
a Christopher Cole Finch'^^ b Oxford, England, May I7, 

1949 
b Jennifer Deane Finch b Teheran, Iran, Dec 2. 1951 
c Jonathan Lewis Finch b Wichita, Kan,, Mar I6, 1954 

2092 Janet Lois b Lincoln, Keb., Sept 15, I926 

Res Wichita, Kan. 

1600 1600 (HMD) 

Q 

HUBERT TIDD° liEAIf b Manchester, la., July 6, I87O s [IO60] 

Henry Hartyn and Helen M, (Tidd) Dean, 
d Martha's Vineyard, Mass., Apr 13, 1931 m at South Lake 
Weir, Fla. , Dec 16, I897 FLORENCE AEH DAWKINS who was b in 
Derby, England Mar 3, 1874 and d in I948 



DESCEIIDMTS OF JOHII DEAtI 159 

1600-2 1600-2 

Q 2100 

2100 Ethel Kay-y b Hyde Pai?k, Mass., Jan 24, 1899 

m at Oak Bluffs, Mass., Sept I7 , 192I Seth Blake 
Dean who was h Raynham, Mass., Apr 28, 1898 s William 
Blake and Helena Evelyn (Wilhur) Dean of Taunton, 
Mass. He is a teacher in a Business College, and is 
a lineal descendant of Walter Dean of Tauntpn, through 
Benjamin^ Etenezer^ Joshua'+ Joseph^ Artemas^ John D.' 
Ahiather W.° William Blake9 Seth Blake^°* 
Res 128 Stonyhrook Rd. Fairfield, Conn. 

2325 Blake Gordon Dean-'-^ h Oak Bluffs, Jan 16, I923 

d Fairfield, Conn., Dec 28, I935 

2326 Ruth Ann h Oak Bluffs Oct 4, I927 

d Fairfield, Conn., Dec 30, I935 
Both children died as a result of an auto accident. 

*2101 Hubert Tidd, Jr., h Holyoke, Mass., llov 16, I905 
m-1 Frances Editha Stewart Sept 1, I928 
m-2 Helen Christine Wilson May 16, I942 

*2102 Percy Addison b Oak Bluffs, Mass., Aug I7 , I908 
m-1 Henrietta Hughes Sept 23, 1930 
m-2 Helen Wilson 1947 

2103 Ruth Whewell b Oak Bluffs, Mass., Jan 26,1914 

Has been engaged in Public Health nursing in Bremer- 
ton, Wash. 

IIUTH GENERA TI Oil 

1751 (MDC) 1751 

ROBERT IRWIh9 deAU^ fireman b Franklin, Mass., May 25, I924 

s [1161] Raymond Irwin and Eva Alice 
(Young) Dean m at Chico, Cal. , Sept 22, I945 milLIA KRIZEO 
who was b Davalovo, Czechoslovakia Jan 23, 1921 dau Martin 
and Maria (Slabey) Krizko. Res 12o School St., Franklin, 
Mass. 

Children, all b Franklin, Mass.: 

10 

2150 Robert Raymond b Nov 21, I946 

2151 Barbara Rose b Jul 11, I948 

2152 Janet Emelia b Oct 26, 1950 

2153 Marcia Carol b Apr 30, 1952 

2154 Kenneth Irwin b Jun 24, 1953 

1800 (AHD) 1800 

CHARLES FAIRBAtJKs9 DEAN b Natick, Mass., Dec 23, I9OO 

s [1200] Thomas Alfred and Ella 
Hattie (Fairbanks) Dean of Cochituate, Mass. Charles d 
Boston May 20 1953 m Feb 1928 Doris Hall dau Israel Hall 
of Somerville, Mass. 



l60 DESCEHDAHTS OF JOHN DEAII 

1800-2 1800-2 

2158 Charles Fairbanks, Jr. ° t Boston Mar 23, 1930 

2159 Botert Hall t Boston May 25, 1932 

2160 William Alfred t Boston Apr 29, 1934 

1801 1801 (AHD) 

GEORGE WAIDo9 DEAtI b Wayland, Mass., Oct 25, I904 s [1200] 

Thomas Alfred and Hattie Ella (Fair- 
hanks) Bean. A.B. Harvard I928, H.B.A. I93I m Ilatick, 
Mass., Sept 11, 1930, MARY LORD h Oct 5, I904 at Salt 
Springs, Pictou Co., llova Scotia dau J, Waldo and Bessie J. 
(Macdonald) Lord of York, Me. Mary is a sister of the wife 
of George's hrother Alfred Harold. Res Camhridge rmtil 
1932, when rem to 184 Cliff Rd. , Wellesley Hills, 82, Mass. 
Memher of Harvard Gluh of Boston. Investment analyst and 
partner in the investment firm of Charles W. Dean and Co., 
of Boston. 

2165 Evelyn^° h Dec 21, 1933 

2166 Marilyn h Oct 5, I936 

1802 1802 

ALFRED HAROLD^ DEAN h Cochituate, Wayland Twp. , Mass., on 

May 23. 1905 s [1200] Thomas Alfred 
and Hattie Ella (Fairhanks) Dean. A.B. Harvard 1928, 
M.B.A. 1931. Served in U.S. Army Mar I8 , I944 to llov 21, 
1945. infantry hasic training, Qiiartermaster officer train- 
ing school. Chaplain's assistant, and contract termination 
work. Has resided in Wellesley Hills, rem Weston 1934 » 
where he has since lived except for Army interlude and two 
years in Phoenix, m at Ilatick Jan 20, 1932 EVELYTI LORD 
h Boston Mar 9f I906 dau J. Waldo and Bessie J. (Macdonald) 
Lord, of York, Me., and sister of the wife of Alfred's 
hrother George Waldo. Has carried on the investment husi- 
ness started hy his grandfather, Charles W, Dean, and con- 
tinued ty his father. For sentimental reasons, the original 
name of "C. W, Dean and Co." has been retained. Memher of 
Harvard Cluh of Boston and Wellesley Hills Country Club. 
Res 85 Oak St., Weston, 93, Mass. 

The compiler of this hook has found in Alfred a warm 
kindred spirit. Although his own genealogical interest runs 
to ancestors, rather than to descendants, he generously 
turned to on the latter, and his study and researches have 
produced the great part of the data on the descendants of 
[178] Colhurn Dean. 

2170 Alfred Harold, Jr.^0 h Boston, Aug 7, 1935 



DESCEIIDMTS OF JOHII DEAII l6l 

2000 (?HD) 2000 

n 2250 

DAVID KElIKEDyy DEAN b ITov 12, I913 s [I460] Faxon llyron 

and Amelia Liatilda (Wamsley) Dean 
Lt. Col. (Beg.) U.S. Air Corps m Sept I941 BETTY OLIISTEAD 

2250 Charles^O t Kay 8, 1947 

2251 James h June 1951 

2022 (PRD) 2022 

AILAII ARTHUR^ DEAl^ t Buffalo, II. Y. , Efov 30, 1930 s [I472 ] 

Faxon Rotinson and Ma"bel Louise (Tolsma) 
Dean. Grad State Teachers College, Fredonia, H.Y. m Arcade, 
II. Y., Aug 13, 1955 PHYILIS ELEAIIOR H0FFI'.IA1I dau Phillip and 
Grace (Fuller) Hoffman of Arcade. Res 24 Main St., Silver 
Springs, H.Y. 

2023 (FRD) 2023 

VERHOE MYROH^ DEAN h Buffalo, K.Y. , Nov 12, 1932 s [I472J 

Faxon Rohinson and Mabel Louise (Tolsma) 
Dean. Attended Fredonia State Teachers College 2 1/2 years, 
majored in music, m at Buffalo Apr 10, 1954 LOIS ZERR dau 
Harold and Viola (Joessel) Kerr of 83 Central Ave., Buffalo. 
Res 66 Montieello PI., Buffalo, N.Y. 

2290 Robin Lynne-^° (dau) b Buffalo July 22, 1955 

2075 (C14773 HBD) 2075 

HAROLD MYERS^ DEAIIE b '/7ymore, lleb. , Oct 25, I909 s [1477 ] 

Harold B. and Ellen (Myers) Deane of Ft. 
Collins, Colo. Harold is a Major, Veterinary Medical Corps, 
U.S. Army. Took an M.S. in Animal Pathology at Colorado 
A. and M. in I952 m THEB.'iA B. MGHONE b Oct 3, I912 dau 
Henry A. and Beulah (Thompson) McHone of Ft. Collins, Colo. 

2300 Diana Lee^O ^ sept 24, I94O 

2301 Robert Bruce b Oct 7, 1944 

2076 ([1477] HBD) 2076 

DOII L.^ DEAITE b Wymore, lleb.. May 12, 1912 s [1477 3 Harold 

B. and Ellen (Myers) Deane of Ft. Collins, 
Colo. Don is Lt. Col., Salzburg V.F.I.D. , U.S. Forces in 
Austria, m BARBARA LORD who was b Jan 4, I915 dau Paul B. 
and Betty Lord, of El Paso, Tex., now retired, of Orleans, 
Cape Cod, Mass. 

2302 Anthony Lord-^° b ITov 20, 194O 

2303 Don Richard b llov 5, 1942 



l62 DESCEEDMITS 0? JOHN DEAII 

2079 2079 ([1480] AVD) 

ROBERT LEWIS^ DEANE t Valparaiso, lleb. , Sept 7, I899 s [1A8o] 

Harry lewis and Alice Virginia (Pence) 
Deane. Rotert enlisted in Lancaster Co., Wet., for service 
in World 'Yar I, was in poor health thereafter, being in sev- 
eral government hospitals, and d Tacoma, Wash., Mar 5. 1931 
m at Golden, Colo., Aug I9, 1922 VIOIET WOODS who was h in 
El Paso Co., Colo., Jan 31. 1905 ^.au George M. Woods (h in 
Mo.) and Bertha (Kirl-rpatrick) Woods (h in Iowa). 

*2304 Rohert Lewis Il'^'^'b Denver, Colo., May 12, 1924 
m Madeleine De Lois Domek 

*2305 Harold Lee h Denver, Colo., Peh 10, I929 
m Shirley Marie Solay 

2083 2083 ([1480] AVD) 

ITOmiAU PEKGe" DEAIIE h Valparaiso, Ke"b., Sept I5, I909 

s [1480] Harry Lewis and Alice Virginia 
(Pence) Deane. In Exec. Office Accounting Dept. , Eppley 
Hotels Co., to which he returned after serving in England, 
Prance, Belgium and Germany with 104th Infantry Div. , First 
Army, I944-5. m Jan I5, 1932 PRAIIGES MARY SIMMONS, who was 
h Prairiehurg, la,, Aug 21, 1905 ^^^ Wesley Prank and Mary 
(Volkers) Simmons. Res 4IOI U. 54th St., Omaha, Weh. 

2306 Lois Virginia^^ b Omaha, lleh. , Dec 6, 1933 

2084 2084 ([1480] AVD) 

DONALD MYROIJ^ DEAIIE h Valparaiso, Neh. , July I4, I9II 

s [140O] Harry Lewis and Virginia (Pence) 
Deane. m at Tacoma, Wash., Nov 2b, I936 GEORGIANNA HIGGLE 
who was h Tacoma Apr 21, 1914 dau Leon H. and Nellie (Merris) 
Biggie, of Tacoma, Wash. Res 1011 Delaware St., Berkeley, 
Calif. 

2307 Don Lee-'-'^ h Berkeley, Cal. , Mar 4, 1943 

2308 Harry Lewis b Berkeley, Cal,, Sept 26, I945 

2309 Marlis Ann b Oakland, Cal., Dec I8, 1950 

2085 2085 ([1480] AVD) 

RAYMOND (RAY)^ DEANE b Valparaiso, Neb., May 11, I914 

s [1480] Harry Lewis and Alice Virginia 
(Pence) Deane m Peb 9, 1946 IMOGENE ERA ANDERSON who was b 
Ord, Neb., July 16, I915 Res Tacoma, Wash. 

2310 Larry Ray-^° b Tacoma, Wash., July 24, I947 

2311 Lorraine Shirley b Tacoma, Wash., Jan 15, I950 



DESCEIJLMTS OF JOHII DEM l63 

2101 (HMD) 2101 
q 2527 

HUBEBT TIDD-^ DEAB , Jr., b Holyoke, Mass., Nov 16, I905 

s [l500] Hubert Tidd and Florence Ann 
(Dawkins) Dean. Hubert has progressed from Sales Manager to 
President of Otis Clapp and Son, Inc. , Pharmaceutical Manu- 
facturers, of Boston. m-1 at New Bedford, Mass., Sept, 1, 
1928, PRAKCES EDITHA SCE',7AET, h Brooklyn, N.Y., T90I, dau 
Thomas and Loretta (Cahoon) Stewart. This was her second 
marriage, m-2 May 16, I942 HELEII CHRISTINE WILSON, of Quincy 
Mass., h 1911 dau John Miller and Lillian (Pratt) Wilson, 
of Quincy. Bes 72 Addington Circle, East Weymouth, 89, 
Mass. 

Children of Hubert and Prances: all b Weymouth, Mass.: 

2327 ShirleylO b Mar 13, I930 m at Quincy May 24, 1952 

LeRoy William Tulp who was b New Haven, Conn.. 

May 31, 1922 s LeRoy Charles and Alma (Herron) Tulp 

He is with the Y.M.C.A. , Community Services Director. 

Res 330 Forest Grove Ave,, V/illow Grove, Pa. 

a William Dean Tulp, b Bridgeport, Conn., July 4, 1953 

2328 Margery b May 12, 193I m at Weymouth June I4, 1952 

Blake Melendy Penwick who was b at Easton, Mass., 
May 18, 1924 s Harold Matthew and Esther Rugg (Mel- 
endy) Fenwick, of Easton. Res 113 Turnpike St. , 
Eastondale, Mass. 

2329 Stuart b Nov 30, 1936 
Child of Hubert and Helen: 

2330 Marcia b Feb 2, 1947 

2102 (HMD) 2102 

PERCY ADDISON^ DEAN b Aug 17, I908 at Oak Bluffs, Mass., 

s [1600] Hubert Tidd and Florence Ann 
(Dawkins) Dean, m-1 Sept 23, I930 HENRIETTA HUGHES of Oak 
Bluffs, who was b I907 at Newcas tie-on- Tyne , England, dau 
Robert William and Alice (Pearce) Hughes, m-2 I947 HELEN 
WILSON, who had had a daughter Hulda Wilson by a previous 
marriage. Res 1316 Highland Rd. , Miami, 36, Fla. 

2331 Marilyn'^^ b Oak Bluffs, Mass. May 7, 1932 

(Married and has a daughter.) 

2332 Hubert Hawkenworth b Oak Bluffs Jan 31, I934 

2333 Beverly b Oak Bluffs Dec 27, 1934 (?^ 



l64 DESCEIIDAITTS OF JOHII DEAN 



lEIITH GEHERATION 

2504 2304 ([1480] AVD) 

ROBERT LEWIS-""*^ DEAlIE, II, t Denver, Colo., May 12, I924 

s [2079] Robejrt Lewis and Violet 
(Wood) Deane m at Grass Valley, Cal. , Sept 29, I944 MADE- 
LEIIIE DE LOIS DOIIEK who was "b Ypsilanti, II. D. , July I4, 
1924. Res Richmond, Cal. 

2400 Robert Lewis, III h Berkeley, Cal., Apr 3, 1949 

2305 2305 ([1480] AVD) 

HAROLD LEE^*^ DEAIIE h Denver, Colo., Feh 10, I929 s [2079] 

Robert Lewis and Violet (Wood) Deane 
m at Reno, llev. , SHIRLEY liARIE SOLAY who was h Flint, Llich. , 
Oct 20, 1929 dau Prank, Jr., and Gladys (Hennard) Solay of 
Oakland, Cal. Res 3828 Foothill Blvd., Oakland, Cal. 

2401 Bruce Edward"'--'- h Berkeley, Cal., Aug I4, 1949 

2402 Terry Lynn h Berkaley, Cal., Dec 27, 1953 



ERRATA 165 

556 (PRD) 556 

ORANGE DEAU III b Caledonia, H.Y. s [I98] Orange II and 

Julia Ann (Fuller) Dean 
m MARY MC DOHALD 

941 Coxa'^ 

942 Orange IV 

943 John 

848 (WDK) 848 

PRED' DEAII "b Jan 7, 1873 s [488] Datus and Louise Silver- 
thorn Dean, m LIABEL ROSE, res Detroit. 

1313 Hazen A.^ 

1314 Doris L. 



ISISEK. 



167 



This INDEX covers only the descendants of John Dean, of 
Dedham, with their spouses and spouse's parents (where 
Imown), and does not include any persons otherwise mentioned 
in the introductory parts, or the appendix. 

The reference given is to the personal number, unless 
otherwise stated. Thus the user will have a reference to 
a specific spot in the genealogy, and will not have to 
search a whole page for the desired person. The first 
parenthesis used in a name indicates the maiden name of a 
wife. A second parenthesis indicates a subsequent marri- 
age, etc. An initial in parenthesis refers to the surname 
under which listed. 



A-AMU 



i486 
i486 
i486 



338 



227ala 
227ala 

227ala 
14 

835 

1074 



48lal 
6467 
481a 
48lal 



ACKLAM 
Charlotte Alice (Deane) 220 



George W. 
T. H. 

ADAMS 
Adelaide Catharine (A.) 
Dean 



ii§ 


Artemas 


Betsey (A. ) Dean 


64e2 


Clarissa (Puller) 


338 


Eunice R. (Darling) 


338 


Gardner 


176 


Hannah ( Dean ) 


176 


John W. 


545 


Miriam (A. ) Lundy 
Polly (A. ) (Dean) 
Rebecca (Dean) 


175 

169 


6462 


Timothy 




ADMEY 


980c 


Esther Olive (Marlow) 


980c 


John Whitney- 
Sarah Jane (A. ) Bacon 


980c 




ADSIT 


l86a2f 


Mabel Barber (A. ) linde 



481 alb 
48lala 
220 
9b, 220 

481a 
220 

64e7 



14blf2 



1074 



520b 



ALLEU cont'd 
Ebenezer 
Edna Alice 
Harry M. 
Jemima (Janes) 
John 

Keziah (Amidon) 
Maria (Millerd) 
Rhoda (A. ) Dean 
Sally Gay (Puller) 



ALLISOK 

Mary A. 



(A. ) Bacon 



AIDEU 
Jedidiah (Gifford) 
Susan Augusta (A, ) 

Fairbanks 
Warren 

AIDIS 
Sarah (A. ) Bacon 



491 



9- 

9 

9 

9 

9 

9a 

9b 

9 

9 

9 

9 



AlEZAEDER 


550,550h 


Beatrice (A. ) Dean 


550a 
550a 
550 


AIKIRE 


Gertrude (Dean) 


550e 




550b 


AILEH 


550f 


Alice (Messer) 


550c 


Amos 


550g 


Charles Lament 




Chester Millerd 





AIKIRE 
Gertrude (Dean) 

AXWAY 
Clara (A. ) Thompson 

AMES 
Susan Jenette (A. ) Dean 

AMIDOH 
Abigail 
Dorcas 
Ephriam 
Hannah 
Hepsibah 
John 
Keziah 
Mehitable 
Meribah 
Ho ah 
Philip 

AEMEH-IAII 
Albert 

Alexander Weller 
Annie 

Caroline (Dean) 
Charles 

James Alexander 
Jennie 
Ordella 
Viola 



168 

ATTD-BAC 



DESCEIIDAIITS OP JOHN DEAII 





AITDERSOIT 


990a3 


Cajl Eugene 


990a3b 


Carl Stephen 


990a 


Carl Victor 


990a3 


Creel (Harris) 


990a 


Earl Edwin 


990a 


Elizabeth (Hawkinson) 


990a5 


Florence Elizabeth (A. ) 




Ditto 


990a4 


Helen Ingeborg 


2085 


Imogene Era (A. ) Deane 


990a 


Llabel Llargaret (Stevens 


990al 


Llargaret iTicille (A.) 




Stillion 


990a3a 


Ronald Eugene 


990a2 


Ruth Evangeline (A. ) 




Banks 




ai:drs7S 


674,674t 


John C. 




Kate (Dean) 


674a 


Louise (A. ) Enapp 


674 


Uiriam Lewis (Dean) 




ah:isi: TROUT 


1462 


Carl LeRoy 


1462c 


Charles Edwin 


1462a 


Dean LeRoy 


1462 


Olive Jenny (Dean) 


1452b 


Phyllis Dorothy (A. ) 




Cook 




ARirOGK 


822a2a 


Evelyn Lucille 


822a2 


Princess (Puller) 


822a2 


'iVilliam 




AmiSTROlTG 


514c 


Edward Dean 


514a 


Hattie 


514cl 


Helen (A. ) Dains 


5i4d 


Jane 


514 


Jane (Dean) 


514b 


Louise 


514c 


Sarah (Galpin) 


514,514c 


William 




ARIIOLD 


l6i5 


Mary (Everett) 


843 


May (A. ) Dean 




ARTHUR 


I86c2 


Addie (A. ) Moore 




ATHERTOU 


170,170b 


Abner 


170d 


Amanda 


172 


Betsey (Dean) 


172f 


Caleb 


170a 


Catharine 


170 


Catharine (Dean) 


172a 


Daniel 


172b 


Paxon Dean 


170e 


Harriet 


172c 


Martha Ann Winchester 


170c 


Mary Ann 


172e 


Otis 


172 d 


Uriah 



989 c 



2i3e 



1250a 

1250 

1250 



AUBORU 
Elmira (A. ) Doyle 

AUSTIII 
Mary (A. ) Pisher 

AUTOU 
Ella Marie 
Helen Julia (Dean) 
Joel D. 



) AVERY 

1299c Gardner Maxwell 

1299b Helen Shirla 
1299,1299e J. Arden 

1299 M. Aden (Dean) 

1299a Madge Iris 

1299f Viola Angeline 

1299d Virginia^Rose 

BABGOCK 
228 Prudence (Puller) (3.) 

Dean 

BABIZE 
498al Angus te 
498al Martha "Mattie" (Hoopes) 

BAG 01? 

14a,14b7 Abigail 

14 Abigail (Dean) 

14blc3b Abigail Thayer (B. ) 

Stone 

14blc3 Abigail T. (Keith) 

14i 14il Abner 

14ilc Abner Bartlett 

14blcl Angeline 

14g Anna 

14g Anna (B. ) Kendall 

14b6 Betsy (B. ) Colburn 

14cl Betty 

14blc3 Caroline Bond (Keith) 

98 Og Carrie Augusta 

980f2 Carrie Elizabeth (B. ) 

Jennings 

14ilf Catharine 

204a Catherine (Houghton) 

980a Cecil Adelbert 

980 Cecilia Augusta (Dean) 

14blf2 Charles Dean 

980c Charles Grant 

14blc3 Charles 'iTillard 

libli Charlotte 

980b Clarence Clay 

14^2 Cynthia 

14blc2 Cynthia Clapp (B. ) Keith 

980alb Dale 

14b3,14e Daniel 

14blf Dean 

I4ili,14ili4 De Witt Clinton 

980a3 Doris E. (B. ) Stein 

980f Earl Putnam 

980fl Eleanor Cecilia (B. ) 

Pool 

I4ilg Elizabeth M. (Colles) 

14blc3a Eliza (Clapp) 

14bldi Ellis 



IITDEX 



169 

BAC-BAU 



14blfl 

14.blc3c 

980f 

I4i^ 

141112 

14ilh 

141d1cL4 

14ilg 

14f 14b5 

li.bld2 

960^ 

lAbldla 

98od 

980a2 

98of3 



98oald 

141113 

14.-bld3b 

980e3 

14c 

1411e 

14"blf5 

14J 

^^ . 

14lDla 

141111 

I41II 

llbl 

98004 

14"blf5 

14blh 

14bld3 

14c 

98oala 

980a 

980alc 

14lla 

UH 
14blf2 

I4tlf3 
1411 
lAble 
98oel 

lAilb 

98oe2 



BACOII (cont'd) 
Emily Llellssa 
Emma Hov/land (Romalne) 
Ethel H. (Stottle) 
Eve (Lewis) 
Fannie 
Prances G. 
Prances Earla 
George Pliunb 
Hannah 

Harriet Sophia 
Henry 

Herbert Ellis 
lanthe Kay 
Ina A. (B. ) Helm 
Ina Loraine (B. ) Green- 
field) England 
Iris 

Jane Miranda 
Jesse Ketura 
Jesse Lillian (B. ) 

Hillock 



14blf3 
14blc 

14. Ut 

14bl,14bld, 141115 William Abner 



980e 



John 

John Dean 
John Herbert 
Judith 

Kezlah (Gould) 
14bld3 Lewis 

Louise Knight 
Louise (Knight) 
Lucy (Boyden) 
Luella lanthe 
Luella E. (Dal ton) 
Lydia 

Lydla E, (Skinner) 
Lydia (Stamford) 
Lyle R. 

Kabel H. (Puller) 
Mar jorie 
Martha Kayette 
Mary 

Mary A. (Allison) 
Mary E. (Morse) 
Mercy 
Metcalf 

Mildred Inez (B. ) Gil- 
Miranda Christ 
Muriel E. (B. ) Cor- 
nelius) Hallinan 
Hathalle Camilla 

(McLaughlin) 
ITewton V/esley 
llorris Darius 
Oliver 



14blf4 

980e 

204a 

14bld Orra 

14d Sarah 

14 Sarah 

lAild Sarah 

980c Sarah 

14bl Sarah 

14blc3d Sarah 

14blg,14b8 Sally 

14blf Sibyl C. (Smith) 

lAblb Sophia B. (Smith) 

9o0c2 Vera Augusta (B. ) 

Ellsworth 
980cl Viva Grace (B. ) 

Ellsworth 



[Ellis) 

(Aldis) 

Jane 

Jane (Adney) 

(Lewis) 

Snell 



Warren Smith 

Willard 

William 



126e 
66lh2 

66lh2 

126c 

358 

123 

126b 

126 

126d 

123,126 

126a 



BAILEY 
Betsey 
Carrie C. 

Clarence 
Delphos 
E. J. (B. 



(Beltler ) 
(Henderson) 



) Dean 



Eunice (B. ) Dean 
Harris 

Irene (Dean) 
John (James?) W. 
Thaddeus 
William D. 

BAKER 
Abigail 



31 

2077,2077a Arthur G. 
Catherine 
Daniel 
Deborah E. 
Elizabeth 



31 

21 

6499 

109d 

25 
109d 

31 

31 

875 

98,505 
31 
31 

2077b 

875 

2077 

31 

29e 



21 

17 e 

21 

21 



193a 



263b 

263a 

253b 

263,263c 

263d 

263 



990a2b 

990a2 

990a2 

990a2a 

990a2 

990a2 



(B. ) Fu.llex 
(Uoyes) 
Hannah (B. ) Dean 
Joel M. 
John 

John 7ight 
Josiah W. 
Mary (B.) Dean 
¥.nrj (Doggett) 
Itery (Wight )(B. ) Dean 
Hancy Dean 
Olive (Dean) 
Olive (Deane) 
Patience (Mars) 
Patience (B. ) Bullard 

BAICH 
Elizabeth (B. ) Dean 
Joanna (B. ) Pettee 
Mary (Summer) 
Thomas 



BALLIITGER 
Helen P. 



(B. ) Peck 



BALLOU 
Daniel 
Miary E. 

Olive M. (Ridley) 
Sylvannus 
Tryphena 
Tryphena (Dean) 

BAMS 
Carolyn Ruth 
Clarence 
John Clement 
John Robert 
Laura 

Ruth Evangeline (And- 
erson 



170 

BAB-BIN 
10504 



635 

635 

581c 
536a 



210t6 

aioiDSb 

210b6 
210b6a 



755 

755 
755 
755 



l6f8 
i6f8 



127^3 

127b 

127b 

127b3a 

I27b3 



910 

821 



896 

895a 



497 d 



l86c3 
I86c3 



851a 
851a 



66lh4t 
66lh2 

66ih 
66lhlb 
66lhl 
66lhle 



BESCEIDAITTS OF JOHIT DEAII 



BARBE3 
Patience L. (B. ) Holden 

BABKEH 

Rev. 

Theodosia Ann (B. ) Dean 

BAHLOTT 
Caroline L. (B. ) Stone 

BAEIIES 
Leah Ruth (B. ) Bliss 

BARROWS 
AndJrew R. 
George Andrew 
Lydia Adelia Pettingell 
Llinnie Adelia 

BARTHOLOI.IEW 
Bertha Adelaide (Dean) 

(B. ) Poss 
Frances K. (Baker) 
Fred H. 
John G-. 

BARTLETT 
Benoni 
Rhoda (Everett) 

BATCHELDER 
Cora (riirner) 
Hiram 

Susan (Dov;) (burner) 
Gladys 
V/illard 

BATES 
Llamie B. (Dean) 

BATTIS 



65lh4 Florence Gladys (Keeney) 
66lhlf Helen Zathryn (B. ) 

Graham 
66lhl,65lhla Henry Clay 
66lh4b Uary Barbara (Shadle) 
66lh Llary Hannah (Woodward) 
66lhld Richard Voorhees 
66lh4bl Robert Bruce 
66lh4a Robert Henry 
65lhlc Ruth Gertrude (B. ) 

Reichstein 
66lh3 Sarah Myrtilla (B. ) 

Chaney 
65lh4 William Evan 

BELL 
847 Anna Jane (B. ) Dean 
272 Clara Jane (3. ) Dean 

BSIIEER 

56lk4 John Lyle 

66lk John Llilton 

66lk3 Lillian M. (B. ) Rickert 

66lkl Iilaurice 

66lk Myrtilla (Woodward) 

66lk2 Ralph 

66lk4 Sarah Isobel (Kates) 

BEOTETT 
2080a Deane Sterndale 
2080 Doris Virginia (Deane) 
2080 Hannah Kathryn 
2080 Jesse William 
2080 John Paul 

BEIISE 
144al Charlotte E. (B. ) Endi- 

cott 

BIELSCHOPKI 
1280 Hortense (B. ) Dean 



Em.ily (3. ) Dean 




BIGGLS 




2084 


Georgianna (3.) Deane 


BATOiGARTNER 


2084 


Leon H. 


Leota (Dean) 


2084 


Ilellie (Merris) 


Samuel 




BILLIUGS 


BRAla 


283 


Emily S. (Dean) 


Effie (Cook) 


69g 


Hannah B. 




771 


Harriet A. 


BEATTY 


263 


Joseph Maynard 


Clara (Moore) 


280 


Lewis C. 


John 


271 
280 


Lewis Gardner 




Lucre tia (Dean) 


BECKER 


271 


Mary Augusta (Dean) 


Arthur 


771 


Mary F. (B. ) Dean 


Laura ('.'/hitney) 


263a 


ITewhall M. 




69g 


Samuel 


BEITLER 


771 


Spencer 



Bruce Keeney 
Carrie C. (B.) (Hender- 
son) Bailey 
David 

David Edwin 
Ella Gretta (Voorhees) 
Evan 'Jilliams 



BILLS 
1486 Charlotte Alice (Dean) 

(Acklam) 
i486 Orr C. 

BIIICKLEY 
895 Susie (B. ) Dean 



87el 

87ela 

87elb 

87 el 

87ele 

87elf 

87elc 

87eld 



890 



265f 
265f 

163 
163 



l6il 
l6il 



490 



1411 



I37glf 
I37glf 
I37glfl 



13 

178 
132 



330 



622 

536a5 

536a4 

536a 

536a2 

536 

536al 

536 

357 

536a 

357 
622 

536a3 



l87a4 



988 





IlIDEZ 


171 
BIIT-BRA 


BIIIGHAM 




BONITEY 


Abigail Dean (Paii 


'banks) 94a 


West 


Catharine Flint 






Charles Edward 




BOS WORTH 


Charles M. 


28 


Sarah (B. ) Cleaveland 


John Francis 






Lucy F. 




BOWDITGH 


Kary C. 


147 


Ruth (B. ) Gerould 


William Mortimer 




BOWERS 


■Bums 


1475 


Alan 


Blanche (B. ) Dean 


1475 


Jerome 




1475 


Mary (Sturrock) 


BIRD 






Charlotte (Eaton) 




BOWKER 


Frank B. 


I6i9 


Ira 


Josiah 


1619 


Julia (Everett) 



Martha B. (Dean) 

BISHOP 

Benjamin 

Hannah (Everett ) (Pair- 
banks ) 
BIXIER 

Anna A. (B. ) Dean 

BLACKMAII 
Martha (B.) Bacon 

B1ACK77ELL 
Henry C. 
laura (Rush) 
Stanley G. 

BLAKE 
Elizabeth (3.) With- 

ington 
Julia (Dean) 
Temperance (B. ) Dean 
Timothy 

BLAIICHARD 
Rebecca (B.) Starr 

BLISS 
Abel Ballou 
Cyrus Henry 
Darwin Thomas 
Dean 0. 

Frank Whitwood 
George E. 
George Orlando 
Jessie Narcissus (Dean) 
John 

Leah Ruth (Barnes) 
Louise Cornelia (Dean) 
Rhoda Allen (Dean) 
Virginia Dean 

BOAKE 
Mary Dunlavy (B. ) 

Kelley 

BOHRER 
Mary Ann (3. ) Dean 



BOWLER 
293 Arvesta (B. ) Dean 
293 Ha than 
293 Susan A. (B. ) Turner 

BOWUEK 
648a Mary (Stannard) 
548a William 

BOYD 

44c8 Abigail Fisher 

44c6 Amos Hawkes 

44b Bethuel 

44c Betsey (Whiting) 

44cl Betsey Willard 

44c9 George Edwards 

44 Hannah (Dean) 

44,44b3 John 

44 c7 Juliana 

44c4 Oliver Dean 

44c2 Patty Whiting 

44bl,44c3 Polly 

44a Polly (B. ) Bond 

44b4 Sally 

44b Sukey (Whiting) 

44b2 Sukey Whiting 

44c Willard 

44c5 William Bradbury 

BOYDEN 
16701 Addison 
lAbl Lucy (B.) Bacon 
l57cl Mary Richards (Holmes) 
58ld Priscilla (B.) Parks 

BRADFORD 
12b John 
12b Phebe (Stearns) 

BRADSHAW 
471 Lucy Ann (B. ) Dean 
471 Lucy (Clark) 
471 William H. 

BRAKER 
528bl Alta Marie (Meredith) 
528bl John Thomas 
528bla Max Louis 



172 

"BBR-BUT 

177 

177a 
177 



911 

337 

62 
62 
62 

io5c3 



889 
889b 
889 
889a 



DESCEUDAITTS OF JOHII DEAR 



BRECK 
Edward 

Joseph Barry 
Roxana "Boxy" (Dean) 

BRESKAII 
Margaret (B.) Dean 

BRIGGS 
Charlotte P. (Dean) 

BRIGHAH 
David 
Eertha 
Martha (B. ) Dean 

BRIGHT 
Jane (B.) Hoi den 

BRISTOL 
Addison 
Alice 

Clara (Dean) 
Edna 





BUCKIIAIT 


106 


Betsey (B. ) Dean 




BUILARD 


29e4c3d 


Ann Adams (Sturges) 


29c 


Catharine 


29d 


Catharine (B. ) Wadswort 


29e2a 


Charles 


29e4c3d 


Edith B. 


115 


Elijah 


29 


Elizabeth 


29 


Grace (V7adsworth) (Dean) 


29e4c3d2 


Henry Sturges 



29e,29e2b5,29e2c, 
29e3 Isaac 
29e4.,29e4a John 
29eic2 John R. 
29e4c3d4 Jonathan 
29e4b 29e4c3"b Lewis 



29e4c^ 

29e4 ^ 

29e2bl 

29e2 

29a, 29b, 29el 

29e4c3d3 Mary 



Lewis Henderson 

Lucy (Richards) 

Lydia 

Lydia (Whiting) 





BROOKS 


29e2b4 


Mary Ann 


822cl 


Dorothy V. (Sweet) 


29 


Mary (Dean) 


822 cl 


Ernest 


29e4c3a 


Mary Esther 


210b 


Jacob Pelt 


29e4c3 


Mary Esther (Perrin) 


210b 


Sarah (B. ) Pettingell 


115 


Olive (Dean) 






29e 


Patience (Baker) 




BRora 


29e2c 


Penelope (Dor emus) 


535tlb 


Dale Thompson (dau. ) 


29e2b3 


Rebecca (B. ) Slafter 


535^1 


John A. S. 


29e4c3d 


Roger Harrington 


535bla 


Laurel Whiting 


29e4c3dl 


Roger Perrin 


658a 


Lou A. (B. ) Dennis 


29e3 


Sally (Mason) 


1039 


Maggie (B. ) Dean 


29.2992, 


29e2b,29e2b2, 


635 


Maria (B. ) Dean 


29e4c 


William 




Mary (B. ) Dean 


29e4cl 


William M. 


16 


Mercy (B.) Everett 






535^1 


llancy Posten (Stecher) 




BURGESS 






128 


Richard 




BRUCE 


128 


Thankful (B. ) Dean 


146 


Alma (Holt) (B. ) Dean 


128 


Thankful (Perris) 




BRUELL 




BURT 


83otl 


Ardath G-. 


706a 


Allen E. 


830c 


Arthur L. 


706 


Catharine Whiting (Dean) 


830b 


Chester Dean 


706 


John A. 


830d 


Dora May 


706b 


Wallace E. 


830 


Emald 






830b 


Gertrude (Prailey) 




BUSH 


830b2 


Helen May 


l87flb 


Albert 


830a 


Herman August 


l87flb 


Dorothy (Carpenter) 


830e 


Jessie Belle (B. ) 








Greenwood 




BUTLER 


830 


Jessie (Dean) 


499 


Martha 






499 


Moreau 




BRUMiJETT 






800 


Mary (B. ) (Cummngs) 




BUIMAII 


800 


Sarah (Bell) Dean 


711a 


Alfred Tucker 


800 


William 


711 


Carrie Elizabeth (Dean) 






711 


Prank 




BRYAIIT 






99 


Catharine (Dean) 




BUTTERPIELD 


99 


James 


90 


Caroline 





IlIDEX 


173 








BUT-CHR 




BUTTERPIELD, cont'd. 




CASWELL 


9ot 


Dean 


672 


Abigail (C. ) Everett 


90a 


Emeline 






90 


Mary (Dean) 




CHADDOCK 


91 


Nancy (Dean) 


554 


Sarah (C. ) Dean 


90 


Willard 




CHADWICK 




BYERS 


265c 


Emma Jane (Eaton) 


844,844a 


Francis 


265c 


Harrison E. 


844 


Kary Abigail (Dean) 




CHAFFEE 




GAIIPBEIL 


105d 


Abigail (C. ) Leland 


521 


Augusta (C. ) Dean 






989d 


Sigme ( ? ) (C. ) Webb 




CHAHBERLIII 






105blb 


Joseph B. 




CAIITUA 


105bla 


Leonora 


989d2 


Jane E. (C. ) 'J7ebb 


105bl 


Mary K. (Leland) 






353 


Seth 




CAPELLE 


353 


Sophia Long (Dean) 


862 


Bertha (Dean) 






862 


William 




CHAMBERS 






6595 


Emma (Lewis) 




CARBEE 


1258 


Sertrude Jane (C. ) Dean 


68b 


Amelia 






68 


Caroline (Dean) 




CHAKDLER 


68 e 


Hannah 


980clb 


Harley 


68£ 


Joel 


980clb 


Lois Jean (Ellsworth) 


68,62f 


John 






68 d 


Lucy (C. ) Whiting 




CHAIIEY 


68 c 


Thadeus 


661h3 


Clifford C. 






661h3c 


Doris 




CAHIIEY 


66lh3a 


Loyal 


528d^ 


Charles 


661h3b 


Rosemary (C.) Millerd 


528dl 


Eleva 


66lh3 


Sarah Myrtella (Beitler) 


528d 


Erin (Meredith) 




CHAPMAU 




CARPEIITER 


5o8b 


Alice Augusta (C. ) 


l87f2 


Alida (C.) Seaton 




Fuller 


l87f 


Caroline (Kelley) 




CHICKERING 


l87f 


Charles 


671 


Dean 


l87flb 


Dorothy (C.) Bush 


671 


Mary (Dean) 


187 f la 


Douglas 






350 


James 




CHOPP 


187 fl 


Jessie Christie 


915a 


Annajean (C.) Dobtorka 




(Robertson) 


915c 


Barbara "/Thitney (C. ) 


l87flc 


Kelley 




Whitnev 
Carroll Esther (C.) 


i87fl 


Lester 


915b 


i87fld 


Lester Donald 




Homans 


350 


Maria Edna (Edna 


915 


Charles C. 




Maria?) (Dean) 


9i5d 


Gladys (C.) Smolen 


I87f3 


Mary H. (C.) Ward 


915 


Gladys (Dean) 


649 


Mary Janet (G. ) Dean 






350 


Wancy 




CHRIS TOPHERSOII 


l87flbl 


Robert 


127c3a4 


Alice 


I87f4 


Sarah Dean (G.) Moysey 127c3& 


Arthur 


350 


Warren (Irvin?) 


127c3a2 


Arthur William 






127c3a 


Christian 




CARSOII 


127c3a 


Eva ( Turner ) 


120I 


Lizzie Ella (C.) Dean 


127c3al 


Fern (C. ) Mason 






127c3a2a 


Frederick Arthur 




CASE 


127c3a3 


Fred Mar den 


l87e3e 


Clarence 


127c3a 


Gina Morten (Tempe) 


l87e3el 


Leroy 


I27c3a5 


Irving Lee 


I87e3e 


Minerva Agnes 


127c3a6 


Janice Jean (Flickinger) 




(Huntington) 


127c3a7 


Margaret Eva (C.) Smith 



174 
CHR-COII 

127c3a2c 

127c3a2 

127c3a6 

127e3a2b 

127e3a5 



210b9 
210b9a 
210b9 
210b9b 

108bl 

1602 



88d 

lAblc 

8§d 

207d 

207d 



147ble 

I47bl 

147blf 

486 

147blc 

U7tl 

69g3al 

69g3a 

274 
1217 

147blb 

484 

69g3a 

213 

147bld 
147bla 



DESGEIIDAIITS OP JOffll DEAII 



8 



1 

28 

28 

28 



469 
469 
469 

481d2 

97b 

139 
532 



CHRISTOPHERSOII, cont'd 




COLBTJRU 


Hancy Lynn 


20 


Abner 


Phillis (Wright) 


20 


Azubah (Gay) 


Ray Dean 


14b6 


Betsy (Bacon) 


Susan Gale 


20i 


Charlotte 


Virginia (PjecoTu) 


437 


George 




20 


Ichabod 


CHUBB 


437 


Jeremiah 


Saxah Ella (Pettingell) 


20k, 38 


Joanna (Eaton) 


Sarah H. 


20g^ 


Joel 


William 


I4b6 


Jonathan 


William Pettingell 


20a 


Lewis 




437 


Lucy ( Dean ) 


CHUTARD 


20 


Mary 


Aynette (C. ) lloyes 


20c 


Mary (C. ) Ellis 




20 


Mary (Pair banks) 


CIFRE 


20a 


Mary Onion 


Alice B. (C. ) Dean 


20 


Mehitabel (Lewis) 




20d 


Mercy (C. ) Smith 


CT.APP 


20 


Mercy (Dean) 


Abigail (Peckham) 


2 Oh -437 


Olive 


Eliza (C. ) Bacon 


20kl 


Patty (Richardson) 


Joel 


2 Of 


Rebecca (C. ) Richards 


Joshua 


20k, 38 


Richard 


Sarah Denney (C. ) 


20 


Samuel 


Hubbard 


20b 


Solomon 


CLARK 


20,20b 


Thomas 


Ada Ranney 


20kl,38 


Warren 


Elijah F. 






Elijah Plagg 




COLE 


Eliza (C.) 


1875 


Lillian (Dean) 


Elsie Blanche 


1875 


William J. 


Kmnia E. Gerould (Ranney)986B2 


Mabel (C. ) Male 


Prank Pisher 






Irving D. 




COLLES 


Laura Jane 


14ilg 


Elizabeth M, (C. ) Bac 


Lottie (Dean) 






liargaret Elizabeth 




COLLINS 


Margaret J, (C. ) Dean 


834 


Avis 


Mary Car dora (Pisher) 


14blc2b 


Charles W. 


Mary (C. ) Pisher 


14blc2bl 


Clara Willard 


Mary T;mmn 


I4blc2b2 


Everett Bacon 


Rachel (C. ) Dean 


14blc2b 


Hannah (Keith) 


Walter Gerould 







CLEAVELAICD 
Dorcas (C. ) Pisher 
Mehe table (C. ) Dean 
Samuel 
Sarah (Bosworth) 

CLIPPORD 
Betsey C. 
Daniel S. 
Lorena I. (C. ) Dean 

COATS 

Prances Belle (C. ) 
Webber 
COBBETT 

Margaret (C. ) Wight 



635 



94a 

94 
94a3 

94 

94a 

94al 

94 
94a2 
104 
94 



17 e 



COMAU 
Matilda (C. ) Dean 

COHAKT 

Almira (Bonney) 
Anna (Pisk) 
Catherine Dean (C.) 
Clark Lewis 
Dean 

Ellen Hunt (C. ) Worces- 
Ezra ter 

Lewis 

Mary (Dean) 
Sally (Dean) 

COUEY 
Sarah (C. ) Holmes 



COPP 
Louesa (C.)(Hawes) Dean 1254a 



COLAHAII 
Olivia (C.) Dean 



911 



COHLEY 
Elizabeth 

COlTSIDIlffi 
Ellen A. 



(C.) Esmond 



(C. ) Dean 



497c.50la 
497f 

497 
497t 
497 d 

69 

497a 

555a 

1462^2 

407 e 

555a 

14b2bl 

1462b 

1462b 

497 
501a 

497 c 



986 

986a2 

986a2a 

986a 

986al 

986a2b 

986a 

986 

986a2 



663el 
663el 
663el 
663el 



66lbla 



98oe2 
98oe2 
98oe2a 

980 e2 
98oe2 



581cl 
581cl 



483al 
483a2 
483a 
483a 



663b 
661cL 



187 e4a 
l87e4a 



IIJDEX 


175 






COO-CUS 


COOK, COOiiK 




CHITCHETTE 


Ada (Hough) 


990 


Florence Edith (Deane) 


Clarence 


990 


George 


Cynthia (Dean) 


990a 


Mabel Margaret (C.) 


Edward 




Anderson 


Effie (C. ) Beam 




CROCKET 


Elizabeth (C.) Fisher 


307 


Asa 


Prank 


307 


Ella D. (Oliver) 


Franklin P. 


307 


Jonathan 


James Phillip 


307 


Melissa A. (Dean) 


Jennie (C. ) Farley- 


307 


Pamelia (Lovejoy) 


Julia D. (McArthur) 






Paul Robert 




CROOKER 


Phyllis Dorothy (Armen- 


542 c 


Aretta 


Hobert Boone trout 


542 


Julia A. (Dean) 


Thexon Erastus 


542b 


Eiza 


William 


542a 


Rebecca 


Wilson 


542 


Samuel 


COOPEB 




CROSBY 


Arthu-T Samuel 


715 


Edmund 


Beatrice Arlene (Llale) 


715 


Emily E. (C. ) Dean 


Brian Arlen 


715 


Rachel 


Charlotte G. (Gardiner) 






Dorothy Caroline 




CRDIL (CROUL) 


Karen Ann 


l86d 


Ada (C. ) Moore 


L!arion Deane 


189 


Effie (G. ) Dean 


Mary Emily (Deane) 






Thomas Edward 




CUFF 




481h 


Emma (C. ) Millerd 


COREY 






Delilah (Williams) 




cmmrTiiGS 


George Edwin 


800 


Mary (Brummit) (C. ) 


Merle (Van lew) 


3306 


Mary J. (Dean) Dean 


Walter Vern 







CORLEY 
Arlene (C. ) Hull 

CORUELIUS 

Charles 

Charles Evans 

Charlie Merle (C. ) For- 
syth 

Mary Belle (Evans) 

Muriel E. (Bacon) (C. ) 
Hallinan 
COSTEIITIHO 

Antonio 7. 

Stella M. (Stone) (Sen- 
sabaugh ) 
CRABBE 

Hattie M. Dean 

Uellie (C.) line 

Ilellie (Dean) 

William E. 

CRAIG 
Elizabeth (C.) lower 



1251 



492 



980ela3 

980ela4 

980ela2 

980elal 

980ela 

98oela 

980ela 

980ela 



56a 
851b 

851b 

5? r 

56.56b 

56c 



CRAIIE 

Mary Elizabeth (C.) 219b 

Woodward 219b 

CRAWFORD 

Ralph 625 

Theophania (Huntington) 625 



CUIJUIITGHAM 
Estelle (C. ) Dean 

CURRAH 
Mary (C. ) Dean 

CURRY 
Clay Parker 
Debra Jo 

Donald Gilchrist 
Donalyn Jane 
Harold Donald 
Harry E. 

Mary Natalie (Gilchrist) 
Maud G. (Macleod) 

CURTIS 
Abigail Bridge (C.) Weld 
Charles D. 
Eleanor (Warren) 
Ethel (Whitney) 
Hannah (Dean) 
John 
Thomas 

GUSHIITG 

Sarah (Penniman) 

J 

CUSHHAU 

Achsah Wells (Dean) 

lathrop 



176 LESCEIIDANTS 


OF jomi 


DSAIT 


CUT-DEAII 






CUTIER 




DA. VIS 


64el ElizalDeth (C.) Fuller 


227^5 


Hannah Ellis (Guild) 




78 


Hermon 


CUTTER 


227Td5 


John J. P. 


141 Charlotte (C.) Dean 


78 


Mehitahle (Dean) 


1063 Florence P. (C.) Dean 







DAGGETT 
12a Rehekah (Stearns) 
12a Jeames 



DAWKINS 
1600 Florence Ann (D. ) Dean 

mY 







2l3g 


Mary Frances (D.) Fishe. 




DAIHS 


12 i 


Rachel 1 


[D. ) Stearns 


5l4cl 


Frank H. 








514cla 


George William 




DEAN, DEANE 


5140! 


Helen (Armstrong) 


89 


Aaron 




514clh 


Robert Edwin 


194 


Aaron V?eller 








Abbie A, 


, (D. ) Douglas 




IlAlTOlT 


338 


Abbie Ella (Peary) 


14hlf5 


luella K. (D. ) Bacon 


§5^ 


Abe L. 








846 


Abe Lincoln 




DAMUTH 


133.5.134,199,202,215, 


520a2 


George 


Abigail 




520a 


George W. 


^'^l 


Abigail 


B. (D. ) Talbot 


520al 


Harold 


158 


Abigail 


C. 


520a 


Martha D. (Thompson) 


14 


Abigail 


D. ) Bacon 






54, 


Abigail 


D. ) Dana 




DAM 


i36 


Abigail 


D. ) Daniels 


34a 


Abigail 


8 


Abigail 


D. ) Fairbanks 


34 


Abigail (Dean) 


g 


Abigail 


D. ) Meier 


102 


David 


Abigail 


D. ) Stone 


69d 


Hannah (Fisher ) 


158 


Abigail 


D. ) Stowell 


69d 


Isaac 


33I 


Abigail 


Daniels 


102 


Jessie 


82 


Abigail 


(Draper) 


34 


ITathaniel 


18 


Abigail 


(Ellis) 


102 


Phineas 


144 


Abigail 


Ellis (D. ) Ellii 


102 


Sarah (Eaton) (D.) Dean 


45 


Abigail 


(Fales) 






322 


Abigail 


Fales (D. ) 




DANE 






Walker 


114 


Lucy 


185 


Abigail 


( Taylor ) 


114 


Samuel 


625 


Achsah Wells (D. ) Cush- 






194 


Achsah 1 


l^Vhitmood) man 




DATIIELS 




Ada E. 




136 


Abigail (Dean) 


330 


Adelaide Catharine 


105cL2 


Czarina (D. ) Leland 


806,809,815 Adelai 


Lde E. (Adams) 


I05c8a 


Elmira 


472 


Adelaide 


; Euphrosia 


105b7 


Louisa (D. ) Leland 


989 


Adelaide Letitia (D. ) 


io5c8 


Sophia A. (Holden) 






(Doyle) Webb 


I05c8 


Sylvester 


1037 


Adelaide Theodosia 






582 


Adeline 






DARLING 


794,804 
i960 


Adeline 


P. (Neal) 


336 


Alfred 


Agatha L. 


336 


Electa 


1475 


Alan Bowers 


336 


Ellen E. (D. ) Dean 


548.719 


Albert 








358 


Albert G. 




DASCOUB 


62^ 


Albert Edwin 


i6ill 


Hannah (D. ) Everett 


Albert Erastus 






792 


Albert Faxon 




DAVIDSON 


410 


Albert L. 


522bl 


Barbara 


1952 


Albert Theodore 


522b 


Effie Dean (Peters) 


637 


Alden 




522h 


Glen H. 


2001 


Aleathea (D. ) Stevens 


522-b4 


James Dean 


955 


Alexandc 


!r Martin 


522h3 


Lorna Effie 


561 


Alexfinder McDonald 


522h2 


Olive Kate 


930 


Alexander Montgomery 






890,911 


Alfred 






DA VIES 


1405 


Alfred Brosnan 


1062 


Catharine (D. ) Dean 


1100 


Alfred H. 



INDEX 




DEAII, DEAITE cont'd 
Alfred Harold 
Alfred Kelley 
Alfred Thomas 
AXi C6 

Alice B. (Cifre) 
Alice Elizabeth 
Alice (Johnson). 
Alice Mabel (Hohinson) 
Alice Virginia (Pence) 
Alraa (Holt) (Bruce) 



1470 

933 

927 

726 

1025 

562 

717 

551 

1015 

663 

235 

490 

534 

847 

833 

710 

1071 

939 

604 

1951 

2302 

656 

1072 

839,1402 

754 
870,1215 

1305 

771 

1550 

1474 

293„ 

1038 

521 

146 

834 

62,400 

781 

2076 

981 

2151 

759 
1310 

,11.5,13 
1-1073 
272, b43 
1253 
1017 



873 
755 

862 
1603 
(Spokes-1487 



Allan Arthur 

Alonzo 

Alsa 

Alta Hinerva 

Alva Curtis 

Amanda Llelvina 



field) 870 
8^6 
926 
291 
138 
106 

110,143 
172 

55 
290 

224,333 

137 
2000 



(D.) 

Hough 
) Getzin 



Amber Mabel (D 

Amber t son L!yron 

Amelia Matilda (Walmsley) 2333 

Amy 913 

Angelia Mavrett I407 

Angeline Erthusa (Jack- 2325 

Angenette (Griggs). son)„l308 



Ann(D. ) McKay 

Ann Genette 

Ann H. J. (D. ) McKibben 

Anna 

A. (Bixler) 

(Armstrong) 

Jane (Bell) 

L. (Ely) 

Maria (D. ) Lewis 
(D. ) Knox 



Anna 

Anna 

Anna 

Anna 

Anna 

Annetta 

Annie 

Annie (D. ) llutter 

Annie T. (Marriner) 

Ansill (Tyler) 

Anthony Lord 

Aramel 

Arnon 

Arthur 

Arthur Adams 

Arthur C. 

Arthur Harold 

Arthur L. 

Arthur Lyman 

Arthur W. 

Arvesta (Bowler) 

Augusta ( ) 

Augusta (Campbell) 
Augusta (Kendall) 
Avis (Collins) 
Balch 
Balch S. 
Barbara (Lord) 
Barbara L. (Stuxrock) 
Barbara Rose 
Beatrice Dakin (D. ) / 
Beatrice Irer.e. V/heeler 
,39,120,122 
Ben j amir- 
Benjamin Franklin 
Benjamin Harrison 
Bercia S. (Moore) 





1858 

833 

2401 

836 

1070 

192 

1488 
2089 
171 
73,530 

53 



9^ 



393 
145 
i?5 
485 
354 
1186 

711 

751 

1376 

218 

1062 

99 

706 

170 

208 
108 
858 
858 
495 



177 

LEAIT, DEAIIE 

Bert J. 

Bertha Adelaide (D. ) / 
(Bartholomew) Poss 

Bertha (D. ) (Capelle ) / 

Bertha Goddard. Sylvas 

Bertha L. (Ogden) 

Bertha (Schenck) 

Bessie E. (Taylor) 

Bessie (Hills) 

Betsey 

Betsey (Adams) 

Betsey (Buckman) 

Betsey (D. ) Dean 

Betsey (D. ) Atherton 

Betsey (D. ) Fisher 

Betsey (TOiitten) 

Betsy 

Betsy (D. ) Metcalf 

Betty (Olmstead) 

Beverly 

Beulah 

Beulah Elizabeth 

Blake Gordon (page 159) 

Blanche Adenia 

Blanche (Binns) 

Blanche LuVern 
Bona 

Bruce Edward 

Burt 

Byron 

Galista (Luce) 

Calvinetta (Gates) 

Carl Eugene 

Carlette 

Carolina "Cally" (Her- 

Caroline ring) 

Caroline Adelia (D. ) 

TThite 
Caroline A. (D. ) Morean 
Caroline Amelia 
Caroline (D. ) Ammerman 
Caroline (D. ) Carbee 
Caroline (D. ) Merrifield 
Caroline (D. ) Whitney 
Caroline (Francoeur) 
Caroline (Hotchkiss ) 
Caroline S. (D. ) Pettett 
Carrie (D. ) Thayer 
Carrie Elizabeth (D. ) 

Butman 
Carrie Maria (Phillips) 
Carolyn Esther 
Catharine Bryant 
Catharine (Davies) 
Catharine (D. ) Bryant 
Catharine S. (Puller) 
Catharine Whiting (D. ) / 

Burt 
Catherine "Gate" (D. )/ 
Atherton 
Catherine (D. ) Plint 
Catherine (D. ) IToyes 
Catherine (Plynn) 
Catherine (Gibson) 
Catherine (Lathrop) 



178 



DESCEITLAIITS 0? JOHII DEAIT 



DEAIT, DEAITE cont'd 
Catherine Par cell 
Catherine (Tenney) 
Cecil Augustus 
Cecil Frank 
Cecilia Augusta (D. ) 
Bacon 

r43i. 718, 885, 938, 1088, 1352, 

'-2250 Charles 
Charles 
Charles 
Charles 
Charles 

1285 Charles 

1087 Charles 

1800,2158 Charles 



DMII, DEABE 



1390 

IA89 
980 



557 
" b 



1961 

203 

982 

1408 

1064 

585 
2090 



50 



Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charles 

Charlie 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 



Charlotte 
Charlotte 



A. 

Addison 
C. 
Carroll 

Datus 

E. 

Pairhanks 

Franklin 

Gardner 



H. r234 

I. '-Charles 
0. "Zach" 
Pinckney 
Pinkney 

Walter 

Webster 

Weller 



G. 



Alice (D. ) 

Acklam 
(Cutter) 
Cutter (D.) 

Park 
(D. ) Hunkings 



F. (D. ) Briggs 230O 



(Hazelton) 
Llario 
(Whiton) 
Dwight 
Houghton 



Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Charlotte 

Cheselden 

Che s el den 

Chester 

Chester Harrison 

Chester Herbert 

Chester Lee 

Chloe (Pond) 

Chloe P. (Pond?) 

Christina (Tuttle) 

Clara (D. ) Bristol 

Clara Jane (Bell) 

Clara 3. (Shearer) 

Clarence 

Clarence Linwood 

Clarissa (Hammond) 

Clarissa (Horse) 

Clinton Erastus 

Colbtirn 

Colburn H. 

Cora ([941] P 165) 

Cora!:. (D. ) (i'ichael)/ 

Curtis Gould. Kidder 

Cynthia (D. ) Cook 

Cynthia (D. ) Peck 

Cynthia (Kingsbury) 

Cyrus 

Cyrus Faxon 



Cyrus Frederick 

Daisy Elizabeth 

Daniel 

Daniel Alva 

Daniel Colohan 

Daniel Delavan 

Daniel Dwight 

Daniel LI. 
988,1487,2084 Daniel Myron 
656 Daphne (Rittnour) 
981 Darius Laujtes 
488 Datus 
847 Datus B. 
r35,83,98,226,23i, 
'■430 David 

David George 

David Kennedy 

David Kenney 

David Wight 

Dea Marion (D. ) Williams 

Deborah (D. ) Gerould 

Deborah (D. ) Peckham 

Deborah (lewis) 

Delavan Daniel 

Delia M. (Holbrook) 

Delia 

Delia (Lindley) 

Delores liar jorie (D. ) 

Delphos. ]Jewland 

Delphos (D. ) Turner 

Delphos (D. ) TJlmer 

Delphos (Harris) 

Deo Whitwood 

Dexter 

Diana Lee 

Dixie ( ) 

Don L. 

Don Lee 

Don Richard 

Donald Ely 

Donald '.lyron 

Dora 

Doris (Hall) 

Doris L. (p 165) 

Doris Virginia (D. )/ 

Dorothea IJae. Bennett 

Dorothea (Smith) 

Dorothy D. 

Dorothy Uae 

Dorothy (Schwenn) 

Douglas G. 

Earl Vincent 
^ .3.61, 
,3,160 Ebenezer 
629 Ebenezer Alexander 
840 Eddie 
47 Edena (Pond) 
751 Edgar Clarence 
1752 Edgar Young 
1407 Edith Marguerette (Knosp) 
350 Edna Maria (D. ) Car pen- 
cil Edward ter 
2086 Edwin Eugene 
855 Effie 
189 Effie (Crull, Croul) 



1453 
2000 

544 
217 
2087 

59^ 
1064 
142 
932,1075 

2088 

125 

127 

301 

42 

1375 

150,433 



121t 
2076 
2307 
2303 
1274 
2084 
1483 
1800 

1314 
2080 
1855 

1325 
1901 

1975 
902 
127" 
147^ 



[ 



1268 



^Dora 
L(Sweet) 



r4,15.' 



lUDEX 



526.5 

194 

195 

916 

508 

528 



DEAIJ, DEAHE cont'd 
Effie (D. ) Peters 
E. J. (Bailey) 
Eleanor 
Eliphalet 
Eliza 

Eliza A. (Judge) 
Eliza Ann (D.T Bay- 
Eliza Ann (D. ) Peavy 
Eliza Christian (Jackson 
Eliza (Clark) 2082 

Eliza (Elizabeth?) (D. ) I481 
Eliza (D.) vniite. Force 1275 
Eliza (Rercheval) 2100 
Elizabeth 

Elizabeth ( ) 

Elizabeth 3. 
Elizabeth (Balch) 
Elizabeth (D. ) Puller 
Elizabeth (D. ) Gero^ild 
Elizabeth (d. ) Leland 
Elizabeth (D. ) Llacnab 
Elizabeth (D.) Stanley 

Elizabeth (L. ) Stewart 

Elizabeth (D. ) Stoddard 1266 
Elizabeth E. (D. ) liorse 1306 
Elizabeth (Gould) 229 
Elizabeth Jeanette 7^3 
Elizabeth (Skinner) 121 
Ella (D. ) Whitney lOjl 
Ella P. (Whitcorab) 391 
Ella Hattie (Fairbanks) 149 



179 
DEAII, DEAIIE 



1489 

1035 

123 

935 

llbl 

1601 

465 

1065 

2165 

1802 



861 
402 
823 

1475 
584 

872 

835„ 
1078 
1251 
37.586 



) Ellen 

Ellen L. (Considine) 

Ellen E. (Darling) 

Ellen P. (Locker) 

Ellen P. (Place) 

Ellen (Hoxie) 

Ellen Liar i a 

Ellen (llyers) 

Ellen (Smith) 

Ellen (Tolman) 

Elmer 

Elvira (Puller) 

Emeline A. (Gilette) 

Emilia (Krizko) 

Emily Ann (D. ) Stone 

Emily (Battis) 

Emily E. (Crosby) 

Emily Elizabeth 

Emily S. (Priest) 
900 Emma 

Emma C. (Hidley) 

Emma Prances (D. ) 

Weatherbee 20 

Emma J. (Parr) 

Emma 1. ^657 

Emma Lucy 

Emma (Smith) 



^Erastus 
l-Clinton 



Esther Ann 
Esther Ann (Weeks) 
Esther (1>. ) Johnson 
Esther (D. ) Marquart 
Esther (D. ) ITev/ton 
Esther Wee din (D. ) 

Puller 
Esther V/eeks (D. ) Ller- 

edith 
Ethe Jane (D. ) Mills 
Ethe Llay (D. ) Emerick 
Ethel B. (p 129) 
Ethel Kay (D. ) Dean/ 
Ethel Vernon (Eea) 
Eugenia ( Tucker ) 
Eunice (Bailey) 
Eva 

Eva Alice (Young) 
Eva Julia 
Eveline 
Eveline Jenet 
Evelyn 

Evelyn (Lord) 
Everell IJoble 
Everett Herman 
Ezra 

Pannie L. 
Pannie (Shattuck) 
Panny (D. ) Godderd 
Fanny G. (D. ) Pond 
Panny Lewis 

770 Panny I.I. 

204 Panny (llegus) 

28.175 Paxon 

1460 Paxon Myron 

1472 Paxon Robinson 

891 Pinley 

903 Plavius J. 

527 Plavius Josephus 

929 Plora (Florence?) 

2081 Plora (Jones) 

1610 Florence 

1600 Florence Ann (Dawkins) 

990 Florence Edith (D. ) 

(Critchette) Stevens 

1080 Florence (Head) 

1063 Florence P. (Cutter) 

1292 Ford 

918,1420 Forrest 

2101 Prances Editha (Stewart) 

1069 Prances (D. ) Lockwood 

355 Prances L. G. 

413 Prances M. 

2083 Prances (Simmons) 

60,156,516.4 Francis 

827 Francis Adelbert 

715 Francis Henry 

730 Frank 



Erastus Putnam 1950 Frank Datus 
Erin Augusta (D. ) Shull 534 Prank S. 

Ernesto. I288 ^ Prank Spencer 

Ernest lloble 516.3,642 ,755. 806 Franklin 

Estella 1251,1853 Franklin Willard 

Estelle (Cimningham) 848 Fred 

Esther 1034 Frederick 



l8o 



DESCMMITTS 0? JOHN Di>»I 



DEAII-DEAITE cont'd 



1080 


Piedexj 


.ck Karquand 


1269 


Harriet Belle (D. ) Sweet 


51,758,810 Georg€ 




265 


Harriet (L. ) Eaton 


1120 


George 


Albert 


468 


Harriet (D. ) Lloulton 


432 


Geojrge 


B. 


917 


Harriet (D. ) IToble 


505 


George 


C. 


801 


Harriet E. (D. ) Stone 


716,1464 


George 


Sdvyard 


628 


Harriet ITewell 


146 


George 


Ellis 


513 „ 


Harriet 3. 


1278 


George 


Horace 


192,894 
1480,2308 


Harry 


325 


George 


Howe 


Harry Lewis 


757 


George 


Oliver 


2081 


Harry Lloyd 


658 


George 


P. 


828 


Hattie Belle 


392 


George 


V. 


1200 


Hattie Ella (Fairbanks) 


336.1298 


George 


W. 


773 
642^ 


Hattie P. 


1801 


George 


Waldo 


Hattie II. ([483alj) 


558 


George 


"IVashington 


1296 


Hazel (D. ) VanDerBosch 


516.2 


George 


TJeller 


J513 


Hazen A. (p 165) 


524 


Georgia (Jenkins) 


859 


Helen 


752 


Georgianna 


370 


Helen Augusta 


2084 


Georgianna (Biggie) 


2101 


Helen Christine ('Wilson) 


1852 


Genevieve Electa 


1855 


Helen Jeanette 


1320 


Gerald 


H. 


1250 


Helen Julia (D. ) Auton 


1074 
1298 


Gertrude (D. ) Alkire 


1272 
1060 


Helen Kargaret 
Helen LI. (Tidd) 


Gertrude (DeZwan) 


1258 


Gertrude Jane (Chambers 


) 491 


Helen (I7ickes) 


462,500 


Gilbert 


2102 


Helen (:7ilson) (p 159) 
Helena E. (iVilbuj:)/ 


915 


Gladys 


(D. ) Chopp 


2100 


1267 


Gladys 


I'ary 


1380 


Henrietta 


1312 


Gladys 


Viola 


1064 


Henrietta (Gillespie) 
Henrietta (Hughes) 


1311 


Glen Sub en 


2102 


2010 


Gordon 




527 


Henrietta (Parcell) 


664 


Gordon 


Byron 


1039 


Henry 


831 


Grace Edna (LIcLlahon) 


1020 


Henry Albert 


1101 


Grace Eiuma 


1090 


Henry B. 


1285 


Grace 


Vandervogt) 


1076,1210 


Henry C. 


24,29 


Grace 


Wadsworth) (D. )/ 


791 


Henry Colburn 


76,223,647 Hannah. Bullard 


415 


Henry P. 


451 


Hannah 


Adams 


521 r 


Henry Luce 


25^ 


Hannah 


Baker ) 


1060,1602 


Henry I'artyn 


176 


Hannah 


D. ) Adams 


460 
640 


Henry Wilbur 


9 


Hannah 


D. ) Amidon 


Henry Wallace 


44 

56 


Hannah 


D. ) Boyd 


627 


Hepsibah Jemima (D. )/ 


Hannah 


D. ) Cujrtis 


1297 


Herbert C. Hale 


1254 


Hannah 


D. ) Esmond 


1476 


Herbert Carroll 


672 


Hannah 


D. ) Everett 


845 


Herbert Eugene 


227 


Hannah 


D. ) ?airbanks 


927 


Herbert Llyron 


223 


Hannah 


D. ) Perry 


1309 


Herbert Ruben 


629 


Hannah 


D. ) Sanderson 


197b 


Hermon Harold 


211 


Hannah 


Earrington) 
Eisner 7 




Hiram 


138 


Hannah 


624 


Hiram Walbridge 


11 


Hannah 


Puller) 


A85 


Horace 


623 


Hannah 


3r e en ) 


805 


Horatio 


621 


Hannah 


Jane (D. ) Prouty 1350 


Howar d 


335 


Hannah 


M. 


1280 


Hortense (Bielschopki) 


339 


Hannah 


II. (D. ) Hancock 


2332 


Hubert Hawkenworth 


15,60 


Hannah 


(:,:orse) 


1600,2101 


Hubert Tidd 


2 


Hannah 


(Savil) 


45.138,32 


9 Ichabod 


610 


Hannah 


S. (D. ) Gay 


912 


Ida D. ) Prye 


2070 


Harold 


Alan son 


928 


Ida r. ) Kinsey 


1477 


Harold 


B. 


825 


Imogene (D. ) Park 


1270 


Harold 


Jackson 


2085 


Imogene Era (Anderson) 


2305 


Harold 


Lee 


1484, 


Inez D. (V/hite) 


2075 


HaxoM 


:.:yers 


116,892 


Irene 


1854 


Harolc 


./eston 


126 


Irene (D. ) Bailey 


154,650 


Harriet 


131 


Irene (D.) Pisher 


571 


Harriet Alma 


2070 


Ivah (Youmans) 


1266 


Harriet iuin 


262.940.1 


370,2251 James 



INDEX 



DEAIT, DEAITE cont'd 

1290 James Arnold 

1467 James Eldon 

275 James Frederick 

547 James Johnson 

802 James 0. 

623,1016 James Oliver 

293 James R. 
119,466,731 Jane 

514 Jane (D. ) Armstrong 

120 Jane (Todd) 

2152 Janet Emilia 

2092 Janet Lois 

1484 Jay Sidney 

106 Jemima { ) 

82 Jemima (So-uthworth) 

(Houghton] 

857 Jenette (D. ) Gray 

839 Jennie Krelzer 

547 Jennie (bright) 

[ 



,30,82,106,204, 



220,223 Jeremiah 
191,510 Jerry 
491 Jerry W. 
203 Jerusha (Houghton) 
49 Jerusha (iThite) 
130 Jerusha (Wyman) 
201,212 Jesse 
1256 Jessie 
830 Jessie (D. ) Bruell 
536 Jessie narcissus (D. ) 

Bliss 
435 Joan(na?) (D. ) Poster 
.1,2,10.5,11,38 42 103,110 
L123, 225, 228, 266, 486 675,803, 
'-943,1280 John ([943J P 165^ 

John Ahbott 

John Bruce 

John C . 

John H. 

John Harris 

John James Tappan 

John Leonard 

John IJ. 

John Moore 

John Liyron 

John Samuel 

John \7adsworth Adams 

John V/eston 
21,36,58,100 Jonathan 
.5.25,31. 67, 74. 95.96, 174. 
'-188,211 Joseph 
786 Joseph Erastus 
.31.5,32,102 
1-222,230 Joshua 
63,109,261 Josiah 



516. 1 

1392 

179,1900 

308 

290 

690 

1063 

554 
196 

545 
1268 

450 
732 



707 Josiah Edward 

410 Josie E. (Harrington) 

4 Judith (Lewis) 

16 Judith (D. ) Everett 

542 Julia A. (Crocker) 

332 Julia Adams 

570 Julia Ann (Korse) 

198 Julia Ann (Puller) 

328 Julia Blake (L. ) Preeman 

132 Julia (D. ) Blake 185 

148 Julia (D. ) Ellis 521 



956 
792 

560 

1902 

886 

2154 

1022 

626 

1016 

2310 

1326 

274 
925 

1085 

670 

901 

1063 

896 

1291 

1066 

914,1400 

1471 

1089 

1191 

1875 

1068 

1201 

865 

1325 

2023 

61 

2306 

899 

469^ 

1476 

2311 

1217 

139 
910 
1110 

357 

488 

637 
651 
225 

484,831, 

280 

506 

1061 

515 

471 

437 

87 

482 
158.5 
1 



181 

DEAi:, DEAIIE 
Julia (D. ) Root 
Julia L. (Moore) 
Julianette 
Julien P. 
Kate (D. ) Andrews 
Kenneth Irwin 
Keziah Elizabeth 
Keziah H. (Kimball) 
Keziah (Scott) 
Larry Ray 
Laura 

LauJra Jane (D. ) Clark 
Lemon 
Lemuel 
Lemuel E. 
Lena (Jar dine) 
Leonard John 
Leota (D. ) (Baumgartner ) 
LeRoy. Heums 

LeRoy Lyman 
Leslie 

Leslie (Wellard) 
Lewis Ellis 
Lil (D. ) Sumpter 
Lillian (D. ) Cole 
Lillie E. (Goodale) 
Lily Alice (D. ) Hontanya 
Lizzie Ella (Carson) 
Lizzie (Drithe) 
Lloyd E. 
Lois (Kerr) 
Lois (Morse) 
Lois Virginia 
Lora 

Lorena I. (Clifford) 
Loretta Ann ('.Yilson) 
Lorraine Shirley 
Lottie (D. ) Clark 
Louesa (Coff) (Hawes) 
Louis 

Louis Edward 
Louisa Cornelia (D. )/ 

Bliss 
Louisa Sophia (D. ) Lewis 
Louise M. (Pacer ) 
Louise (Silverthorn) 
Lucetta (Cole) 
Lucinda (r. ) Spencer 
Lucinda (Goddard) 
Lucinda (Tappan) 
838,1265 Lucius 
Lucretia 
Lucretia 
Lucretia 
Lucretia 
Lucy Ann. 

/mn 

(D. ) 

(D.) 

(D. ) 

(D. ) 

(D.) 

(D ■ 



Lucy 
Lucy 
Lucy 
Lucy 
Lucy 
Lucy 
Lucy 
Lucy 
Lucy 



D. ) Bullard 

Prench) 
Uaria (D. )/ 

Hadlock 
(Brads haw) 

Colburn 

Dane 

Doolittle 

Hopkins 

Pease 

Everett 



(Everett ) 
(Smith) 



Ludovico 



182 

984 

71,12 

750 

79§ 
658 

10 

355 

1066 

1299 
1461 
1187 

§53 
874 
1121 

1278 
1851 

2304 
1160 
820 

1039 
910 

487 
2330 
2153 
802 

484 
541 

1460 

510 

802 

2328 

807 

635 

789 

350 

325 

1061 

835 
526 

302 
2165 

1749 
659ai 

121 

2309 

868 

281 

718 

163 

390 

62 

499 
§54 
210 



DESGEIIDAIirS 0? JOffiJ DEj\1T 



DEAH, DEAITE cont'd 
Luella lanthe 
8,469 Luke 

Liuii A, 

luphTOSia 

Lurancy G. (D. ) Dennis 

Lydia 

Lydia Frances G. 

Lyle Arthur 

Lyman Goddaid 

Lyman Le3oy 

M. Ardell (D. ) Aveiy 

Mabel Alice (D. ) 

Mabel (D. ) Howe 



519 
511 
1021 

514.5 

549 
31 
559 
150 
1406 
562 
73 
Pearson 641 



Mabel 
Mabel 
Mabel 



(D. ) 



Mabel 

Mabel 

Mabel 

Madelaine 

Madeleine 



D. ) (Martin)/ 
E. Young 

Estella (D. ) Saw- 
yer 
Louise (Tolsma) 
Rose (p 165) 
(Taits) 

Estelle 
DeLois (Domekl 



Martha 

Martha 

Mar tha 

Mar tha 

Mar tha 

Martha 

Mar tha 

Martha 

Martin 

Martin 

Mary 

Mary "Polly" 
1033,1040 Mary A. {D. ) 
844 Mary Abigail 
155,264,411 Mary Ann 



(D. ) Stevens 

"Itettie" (D. )/ 

Isabel. Williams 

Marie 

S. {D. ) Pinch 

(Starr) 

'.Yashington 

V/ashington (Vin- 

Considine. cent) 

Van Bur en 



Dean 
(D. ) 



Byers 



9t 
324 

648 
483 



271 

98,505 

800 



Mae Gertrude (Pedenl 

Magdal en e ( Hya tt ) 

Maggie (Brovm) 

Mamie Bates 

Marcella (D. ) Kelley 90 

Marcia 78O 

Marcia Carol 661 

Margaret Mahar 

(Bresnan) 222 

J. (Clark) 492 

(D. ) (Sawdy)/ 29 

Labar 90 

(Hurley) 671 

Isabel (Harri- I04 

(Mahar). son") 63,109 

(D. ) Penwick 155 



Margaret 
Margaret 
Margaret 

Mar gar e t 
Margaret 
Margaret 
Margery- 
Maria 
Maria 
Maria 
Maria 
Maria 
Maria 



A. 190 

(Brown) 498 

(D. ) Alden v [433] 4I 
Edna (D. ) Garpen- 
H. (Tfard), ter 
Lucretia (D. ) Had- 97 
lock 797 
Marian Beatrice (Alex- 159 
ander)392 
Marian "Maggie" Galista 275 
Marian Gertrude 
Marietta 

Mar ilia (Morseman) 
2331 Marilyn 

Marion Sylvia (D. ) Drew 
,1275 Marjorie 
Mark 

Ann 



Mar lis 
Martha 
Mar tha 
Mar tha 
Mar tha 
Liar tha 
Martha 
Mar tha 
Martha 
Mar tha 



A. (D. ) Todd 
Anna (Upham) 
3. (D. ) Bird 

B. (D. ) Ellis 
(Brigham) 

(D. ) Butler 

(D. ) Deeks 

(D. ) Pettingell 



824 

986 

414 „ 

20k. 38 

160 

5 

771 

6.30 

1010 

21 

294.785 

305 

649 

864 



Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 



Ann 
Ann 
Ann 
Ann 
Ann 



(Bohrer 
(D. ) Hurd 



(D.) Kingsbury 
(D. ) Stannard 
(D. ) (Wright)/ 
Hussey 
Mary Augusta (D. ) Bill- 
Mary (Baker). ings 
Mary (Brown) 
Mary (Brummit) (Cum- 

mings ) 
Mary (Butterfield) 
Mary C. 

Mary Carter (D. ) Wood- 
ward 
Carter (Pairbanks ) 
(Cur ran) 
(D. ) Bullard 

Butterfield 
Chickering 
Conant 
Dean 



Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
Mary 



(D 
(D. ) 
(D. ) 
(D.) 



"Molly" (D. ) Prench 

(D. ) Gould 

(D. ) Morrison 

(D. ) Morse 

(D. ) Pettee 

(D. ) Smith 

(D. ) Wight 

E. 

E. (D. ) Morse 

E. (Gay) 

E. (Heard) 

E. (Kelley) 

Elizabeth 

Elizabeth (McEwen) 

Emilv (D. ) Cooper 

P. 

(Pairbanks) (Eaton) 

(Parrington) 

(Pax on) 

P. (Billings 

(Pisher ) 

Green 

(Holmes) 

Jane 

Jane (D. ) Smalley 

Janet (Carpenter) 

Jeanette 

J. (Haynes) 





IITDEZ 


183 








DEAD- DRA TIE 




DEAU, DKAUE cont'd 






555 


Mary I. (D. ) McArthiu 


168 


TTaamah (D. ) Draper 


507 


Mary Lavlnia (D. ) Rouse 


50 


Uabby (D. ) Morse 


l8oi 


Mary (lord) 


70 


Namah 


1026 


Kary Luella 


91 „ 


llancy (D. ) Butterf ield 


^l 


Mary (Macnat) 


2078 


Uancy D. ) Passmore 


587 


Mary Margaret (Harris) 


135 


Uancy Howe ) 


555 


Mary (McDonald) (p 165) 


327 
§55 


llancy Howe (D. ) Ivon 
Uancy M. (Willard) 


521 


Mary (McKahon) 


39 


Mary (McPherson) 


897 


narcissus P. 


1488 


Mary (Mockett) 


18,48,206 Kathaniel 


32,103 
32! 


Mary (Morse) 


754 


Nellie A. Fales) 


Mary P. (Baldridge) 


483a 


Ilellie (D. Crabbe 


,719 


Mary (Sanger) 


1289 


Uellie Gertrude (D. ) 


657 


Mary (S chaffer) (Dean) 




French 




(ITickolls)Woodward 


722 


Uellie M. (D. ) Jiinkins 


11 


Mary (Weller) 


1062 


llellie M. (Rogers) 


4 


Mary (White) 


826 


llettie Ann 


3i„ 


Mary (Wight) (Baker) 


237,283 


llewel D. 


178 


Mary (Wilbur) 


l^ 


Hoble 


13 


Mary (Withington) 


Uorman 


1030 


Matilda (Stow, adopted) 


2083 


Norman Pence 


635 


Matilda (Coman) 


1404 


Oliva Marian 


795 


Matilda M. 


580,893 


Olive 


1063 


Maud B. (Skinner) 


873 


Olive C. Runquist) 
Olive D. Baker 


82c 


May 


875 


843 


May (Arnold) 


115 


Olive D. Bullard 


903 


Medora (Bunce) 


493 


Olive D. ) Hamilton 


28 


Mehetable (Cleaveland) 


i 


Olive D. ) Pond 


f. 


Mehi table (D. ) Davis 


Olive D. Sackett 


Mehitable (D. ) (Shep- 


544,561 


Olive J. Gibbs) (Dean) 




herd) Whiting 


1307 


Olive Jane 


624 


Melinda (Slate) 


1462 


Olive Jenny (D. ) Armen- 


307 


Melissa A. (D. ) Crocket 


40 


Olive (lewis). trout 


221 


Mercy 


2077 


Olive Virginia (D. )/ 


20 


Mercy (D, ) Colbu-rn 


873 


Olive (Runquist). Baker 


102 


Mercy (Goddard) 


735 


Olive W. 


620 


Mercy Lina "Marylena" 


111,139, 


352 Oliver 


937 


Merle 


532 


Olivia (Colohan) 


1351 


Merritt 


.81,198,543,556. 


2021 


Michael 


'■942 


Orange, ([55b] p 165) 


1371 


Mildred (D. ) McDonald 


490 


Oscar ([942] " ) 


1295 


Mildred L. (D. ) Koon 


517 


Oscar H. 


232 


Millicent 


470 


Otis G. 


106 


Millicent ( ) 


130,919 


Paul 


228 


Milly (Ellis) 


2102 


Percy Addison 


673 


Milly Ellis (D. ) Morse 


1122 


Percy Rolfe 


1036 


Milton Delos 


841 


Perry 


240 
863 


Mima 


81 


Phebe (Doolittle) 


Minnie (D. ) (Ewart) 


540 


Phebe S. (D. ) Jackson 




McCaslin 


197 


Philemon Doolittle 


1478 


Minnie Roll (Jacoby) 


8a3 


Philip Oscar 


931 


Minta 


Philotte (D. ) Moore 


435 


Miriam D. 


49 


Phineas Ellis 


72 


Miriam (D.) (Herring) 


191 


Phoebe Arm (Garrison) 




Weatherbee 


518 


Phoebe Jane 


674 


Miriam lewis (D.) And- 


192 


Phoebe (leonard) 




rews 


89o„ 


Phyla (Walker) 


934 


Miriam Rebecca 


1288 


Phylis (Thompson) 


173 


Molly "Polly" (D. ) 


2022 


Phyllis Eleanor (Hoffman) 




Plimpton 


175 


Polly (Adams) 


214 


Molly (D.) Simon 


133 


Polly (Brown) 


86 


Moses 


53 


Polly (D. ) Fisher 


IA82 


Myra 


93 


Polly (D. ) Hotchkiss 


Myra Adeline (D. ) Seave 


rll7 


Polly (D. ) Pettee 


871 


Myrta S. (D. ) Kennison 


173 


Polly "Moly" (D. ) Plymp- 

ton 



184- 

641 
228 

5 
32 

205 

1372 
756 
2085 
li6i 

72b, 235 

169 

112 

12 

1077 

48 

611 



197 

1 

4 
30 
209 



DESGEIIDAIITS OP JOHH DEAH 



DMU, DEAEE cont'd 
Polly (Maxy?) 1 

Pxudence (Puller) (Bab- 887 

cock) 67 
Prudence (Saundefs) 
Rachel (Clajk) 
Bachel (D. ) Houghton 
Balph 

Ralph ElJoy 
Raymond 
Raymond Irwin 
Rebecca 

Rebecca (D. ) Adams 
Rehecca (D. ) Kingsbury 
Rebecca (D. ) Stearns 
Rebecca (D. ) Wise 
Rebecca (Pairbanks) 

(Whiting) 219 
Rebecca Parrington (D. ) 
Whiting 
Rebecca (Kenney) 
Rebecca (Russell) 
Rebekah (D. ) Winslow 
Rabekah (Scott) 
Rebekah Scott (I. ) 

Salisbury 
Reede 

Rene (D. ) Johnson 
Reynolds 
Rhoda Allen 

Rhoda Allen (D. ) Bliss 
Rhoda (Ware) 
Richard 
Robert 

Robert Bruce 
Robert G. 
Robert Hall 
Robert Irwin 



2011 

1086 

496 

220 

622 

212 

5a2 
2 301 
754 
2159 
1751 

2079,2304,2400 Robert lewis 

1393 Robert Lleredith 

2150 Robert Raymond 

2290 Robin Lynne 

85 Roland 

804 Roscoe C. "Rock" 

300 Roxana P. (D. ) Ulmer 

177 Roxana "Roxy" 

1277 Royal Gladys 

1485 Ruby Llay (D. ) Nichols 

1297 Ruby (Snyder) 

503 Rufus Joseph 

750 Ruth 

433 Ruth A. (Lincoln) 

2326 Ruth Ann (p 159) 

1752 Ruth Prances {llason) 

2103 Ruth TThewell 

51 Rutha (Morse) 

94 Sally (D.) Conant 

118 Sally (D. ) Todd 

207 Sally Walker (D. ) Hub- 
r75.77.l89.494. 

■-509 Samuel 

394 Samuel D. 
57,59,151 Samuel Holmes 

142 Samuel P. 

2091 Sara Lee (D. ) Pinch 
19,79,270 Sarah 



554 

320 

26 

69- 

52 

888 

639 
167 

187 

481 



33 
282 
102 
^46 

708 

Itl 

691 

467 
461 

22 

HP 



64e 

47 

2100 

902,1450 

2327 

2305 

II' 

62 



(D. ) Breck 821 
708 
226 
188 
353 

535 

239 

2329 

654 

491 

430 

261 



bard 



400 

§95, 
1216 

141,495 
178 
2402 
128 



Sarah ( ) 

Sarah Ann (D. ) Hinckley 
Sarah (Baker) 
Sarah (Chaddock) 
Sarah Crosby 

Sarah (D. ) B 

Sarah (D. ) Pisher 
Sarah (D. ) Guild 
Sarah (D. ) Hamilton 
Sarah (D. ) Harden 
Sarah "Sally" (D. ) Ho- 

lenback 
Sarah "Sally" (D. ) 

Holmes 
Sarah (D. ) Kelley 
Sarah (L. ) Llillerd 
Sarah "Sally" (D. ) Penn- 

iman 
Sarah (L. ) Starr 
Sarah E. (D. ) Billings 
Sarah (Eaton) (Lena) 
Sarah Jane 

Sarah Jane (L. ) Graham 
Sarah Jane (L. ) Tucker 
Sarah Jane (Lundy) 
Sarah (Susan) Jane 

(Whiting) 
Sarah Keriah (D. ) Snow 
Sarah (Hull) 
Sarah R. (D. ) Sherwood 
Sarah (Speed) 
Sarah T. (Hawkins) 
Seath 

Sena (D. ) Esmond 
Seneca Pisher 
Sephronia (D. ) Slocum 
Seth 

Seth Blake 
Shirley (male) 
Shirley (L. ) Tulp 
Shirley Uarie (Solay) 
Sibbel (D. ) Pisher 
Sibbel (Smith) 
Sidney Kortimer 
Silas Puller 
S. Jennie (L. ) Tucker 
Sophia (Pairbanks) 
Sophia (Pay) 
Sophia Long (D. ) Cham- 
berlin 
Stella Grace (D. ) 
Stephen. Stecher 
S tuar t 

Susan Aurelia 
Susan Jenette (Ames) 
Susanna (Odey) 
Susan (Sarah) Jane 

(Whiting) 
Susan S. (Holmes) 
Susie (Binckley) 
Susie (D. ) Lusseault 
Sylvester 
Temp e r an c e ( Blake ) 
Terry Lynn 
Thankf la ( Bxir ge s s ) 





IITDEX 


185 








DEA-DGY 




DEAIT, DEAIIE cont'd 




DEWING cont'd 


2075 


Thelma B. (McHone) 


690 


llathan 


1032 


Theodosia 


69el 


Paul 


635 


Theodosia Ann (Barker) 


69b2 


Sarah (Richards) 


24.29 ^..- 


^ Thonas 


69el 


Sophrony (Durant) 


794,l?iyo 


^Thomas Alfred 


69e2 


William 


152 


Thomas Balch 






895 


Thomas H. 




DE ZWAU 


750 


Trevor 


1298 


Gertrude (DeZ.) Dean 


725 


Tnieman Frederick 






140 


Tryphena 




DITTO 


263 


Tryphena (D. ) Ballou 


990a5b 


Catharine Ann 


234 


Uriel 


990a5,990a5a Donald Francis 


919 


Ursulla (Kitchen) 


990a5 


Florence Elizabeth 


936 


Vernon 




(Anderson) 


1471,2023 


Vernon Myron 


990a5c 


Mary Elizabeth 


664 


Victoria Augusta (Mar- 








quand ) 




DIZ 


2079 


Violet (Woods) 


69fl 


Elizabeth Richards 


1079 


Waldo 




(Fisher) 


1201 


Waldo Forrest 


69fl 


Joshua 


837.1921 


Walter 






774 


Walter I. 




DOAII 


901 


We Her 


219c 


Amos 


l^S^o. 


Wilbur E. 


219c 


Lucilla (Penniman) 


401,867 


Willard 






r40,12A 129.302,512,635, 




DOBTORKA 


1-717, Uo 


William 


915a 


Anna jean (Chopp) 


334 
2160 


William A. 


9l5al 


Carroll Ann 


William Alfred 


915a 


Edward 


2100 


William Blake (p 159) 






356 


William Brewer 




D01\TRX 


1201 


William Everett 


2305 


Madeleine De Lois (D. ) 


1287 


William Harry 




Dean 


824,1258 


William Henry 




DOOLITTLE 


1033,1062 


William Kendrick 


§7 


Ephriam 


1035 


William Malvern (Mil-?) 


87a 


Joel 


516 


Willis Henry 


§7 


John 




Willis Morris 


§7 


Lucy (Dean) 


638 


Worcester Golwest 


87 d 


Lucy (D. ) Fairbanks 


532 


"Zach" Charles 0. 


81 


Phebe (D. ) Dean 


520 


Zaliska Leta (D. ) 


87h 


Sally 




Thompson 


87 


Sarah (Morton) 



854 

854d 
854a 
854c 

854 

854b 

854e 



658c 

658a 

658b 

658 

658a 

658 

658al 

658a2 



69e 
69b2 



DEEKS 
Edgar 
Gladys 
John 
Marie 

Martha (Dean) 
Pearl 
Thelma 

DEinilS 
Ella 
Prank 
Henry 
Isaac- 
Lou A. (Brovm) 
Lurancy G. (Dean) 
Rheba (D. ) lleff 
Wendell 



DOREt.::us 

29e2c Penelope (D. ) Bullard 



DEWIIIG 
Ada (Fisher) 
Ebenezer 



(Mills) 





DOUGLAS 


552 


Abbie A. (Dean) 


1255a2 


Beverly June 


1255a 


Leslie A. 


552 


Luke 


1255a2 


Marilyn Jovita 


1255a 


Sylvia (Esmond) 




DOW 


127b 


Alexander 


127b 


Susan (D. ) Turner 


127b 


Susan (Heal) 




DOYLE 


989 


Adelaide Letitia (Deane) 


989c 


Elmira (Auborn) 


989a 


Grace Evelyn (D. ) 




Wooster 


989c 


Richard Frederick 



186 



DESCmiDAlITS OP JOHIT LEAII 



DOY-ENG 






DOYLE cont'd 


989I3 


Walter Archibald 


989 


Walter F. 



DRAKE 
2271)3 Mary Jane (D. ) Guild 

DRAPER 
82 Abigail (D. ) Dean 
82 Daniel 
168 ITaamah (Dean) 
82 Rachel (Pond) 
109e Sarah (D. ) Uoyes 

DREW 
1750 George Albert 
1750 Marion Sylvia (Dean) 
1750 Sarah (Hannegan) 

DHITHIE 
865 Lizzie (D. ) Dean 

DRYER 
55b Armina (D. ) Pisher 

DUIISMOOR 
105'b5 Betsey (Leland) 
10513 Mariann (D. ) Leland 
105b6 William 

DURAIIT 
69el Sophrony (D. ) Dewing 

DURBIII 



iGilOe Rebecca 
Richard 



ELLIS cont'd 

144a Ann H. (E. ) Endicott 

1440 Caleb 

14.0c Caroline 

IbilOe Daniel H. 

144 d Franklin 

I6i4 Hitty (Everett) 

107c Isaac 

144b Jane (Endicott) 

148 Jesse 
lbi4,148e Joel ^ 

148b John ^^ 

148 Julia (Dean) 
1483,158.5 Julia Dean (E. ) Everett 

390 Martha B. (Dean) 

20c Mary (Colburn) 

228 Milly (E.) Dean 

14bld Orra (E. ) Bacon 

IbilOe Sarah Ann (Everett) 

144b William 

ELLSWORTH 
980clc Donald Dean 
980cl,980c2 Emma Adelia (Shaw) 
980cle Fay Wilbur 
980cl Floyd Wilbur 
980c2 Guy Leavy 
98 Odd James Guy 
980cla Keith Vernon 
980clb Lois Jean (E. ) Chandler 
980c2a Marjie Robin (E. ) 

Emerson 
980clf Ruth Janet (E. ) Merri- 

man 



66id5 


Eulala D. ) Woodward 


98ocl,98 


Oc2 Samuel Reuben 


66idl 


Iva (D. Woodward 


980c2 


Vera Augusta (Bacon) 






98ocl 


Viva Grace (Bacon) 




DUSSEAULT 






1215 


Susie (Dean) 




ELY 






833 


Anna L. (E. ) Dean 




DUTTOIT 






l6ilOd 


Laura A. (D. ) Everett 




T^TRRICK 


l6ilOd 


Solomon 


1481 


Ethe May (Deane) 






1481 


William Calvin 




EATOU 


1481a 


William Ralph 


64c 
265f 


Abigail (E.) Fuller 






Charlotte (E. ) Bird 




EMERSOU 


265c 


Emma Jane (E. ) Chadwick 


: 980c2 


Ernest 


265a 


Harriet A. (E. ) 

Weatherbee 


98OC2 


Marjie Robin (Ellsworth) 


265 


Harriet (Dean) 




EUDICOTT 


265b 


Helen M. (Tucker) 


144a 


Ann M. (Ellis) 


20k, 38 


Joanna (E.) Colburn 


144al 


Charlotte E. (Sense) 


265,265b 


John 


144ala 


Charlotte M. 


20k, 38 


Joseph 


144al 


Frederick 


265bl 


Louise 


I44alb 


Helen E. 


265e 


Marietta 


144b 


Jane (E. ) 


20k, 38 


Mary (Fairbanks) (E. ) 


144a 


John 


265d 


Matilda Dean 


144a3 


Marion E. 


102 


Sarah (E. ) (Dana) Dean 


144a2 


William E. 




ELLIS 




mGLMD 


144 


Abigail Ellis (Dean) 


98of3 


Ina Loraine (Bacon) 


227c 


Abigail "llabby" Fair- 


98of3 


Walter C. (Greenfield) 


148 d 


Alfred banks 






390 


Alvan L. 







IHDEX 



ESliOlID 

1254 Charles 

1254.a Elizabeth (Conley) 

1254 Hannah (Dean) 
1254al John Lean 

1255 Sena (Dean) 
1254a Sterling 

1255a Sylvia (E. ) Douglas 

1255 William 

EVERETT 
I6i,l6i3,l6il0 Abel 
14a Abigail (Bacon) 
572 Abigail (Caswell) 
lbf9 Abigail (E. ) Joy 
14i Abigail (E. ) Lewis 
148al Alice Julia 
158.50! Alice Lucy (E. ) Bhodes 
iSilOa Ann Elizabeth 
iSilOdl Annie Houghton 
16 Bethia (Lev/is) (Morse) 
iSilOc Caroline G. (Mewton) 
iSilOcl Charlotte K. (Taylor) 
l6f4 Chloe 
158. 5dl Clara B. 
158. 5d Clara B. (Hoyle) 
672a Cyrus 
lbf3 David 
143,158.5 Ebenezer 
158. 5d2 Edith M. 
Ib,lbc,l6fl0 Eleazer 
l6f2 Elizabeth (Hodgkins) 
iGilob Eliza Jane 
l6f2 Eliza Jones (Rupp) 
l6fll Experience (E. ) (V/right 

Rude 
158. 5d Francis Ellis 



1483,158. 5b George 

148a4 

672f 

672b 

572e 

l6ill 

672 

Ibil 



George F. 

Georgianna 

Hannah 

Hannah B. 

Hannah (Das comb) 

Hannah (Dean) 

Hannah (E. ) (Jackson) 
(Fairbanks) Bishop 
672h Harriet Augusta (E. ) 
14835 Herbert. Harris 
IbiA Hitty (E. ) Ellis 
l6ill Horace 
148a3 Ida (E. ) Woodbury 
158.5c Irene Dean (Smith) 
l5ilOc2 James 
l6f6 Jesse 
16 John 
158.5c John Edward 
672 Joseph 
Ibb Judith (E. ) Wight 
148a, 158. 5b Julia Dean (Ellis) 
IbiQ Julia (E. ) Bowker 
l5ilOd Laura A. (Dutton) 
158.502 Laura Augusta 
14832 L3ur3 Csroline 
lbi8 L3vini3 (E. ) Hooper 
l6e Lois (E.) Smith 
l6i6 Lucy 



1617 

I6il0d 

l6ilOg 

672c 

158.5c 

IbilOf 

I6i5 

l6illb 

672 d 

Ibi 

163, l6d 

l6g 

l6g 

i67f 

16 

l6i2 

i6f,l6fl 

l6f5 

l6ilOcl 

I6f8 

l6f 

I48a6 

Ibilla 

l6h 

I6il0e 

158.5 
IbilO 

158.5 
14833 
IbilOd 



863a 

863 

863 



Mary 
Mary 
Mary 
M3 ry 



Haven 



) 



Fales 
Rust 



486 



87e3b 
8c 
8 
87 el 

717 

227c 

227a2 

227ald 

227alk 

227alsl 

87 e2 

8h,227 

227alf 

227a 

87e3a 

227alj 

87e3 

8s 

103 

227alb 

1200 

227alc 



187 
ESK-PAI 
EVERETT cont'd 

Lucy (Dean) 

Lucy (E. ) Dean 

Lucy (E. ) Littlefield 

Lydia A. (Houghton) 

Maria 

Martha M. 

Martha M. (May) 

Mary 

(E. ) Arnold 
Marie (E. ) Sargent 
M. (E. ) 
(Smith) 

Mehi table 

Melatiah 

Melatiah (E. 

Melatiah (E. ) 

Mercy (Brov/n) 

Molly 
l6f2 Nathaniel 

Oliver 

Oliver Austin 

Rhoda (E. ) Bartlett 

Rhoda (Smith) 

Richard B. 

Rush 

Sarah 

Sarah Anna (E. ) 

Sarah (Morse) 

Thankful W. (Shepard) 

Willard 

Willard Eugene 

Willard Shepard 

EWART 
Lila (E.) Jewell 
Minnie (Dean) (E. ) 
R. M. McGaslin 



Ellis 



FACER 
Louise M. 



(F.) Dean 



FAIRBAIIKS 
Abby E. 
Abigail 

Abigail (Dean) 
Abigail Dean (F. ) Bing- 
ham 
Abigail (F. ) Griggs 
Abigail "llabby" (F. ) 
Abijah. Ellis 

Adelaide M. 
Albert A. 
Albert Alden 
A. (Talbot) 
Benjamin 
Betsey Harlow 
Azuba (Fuller) 
Charles D. 
Cora Adelaide 
Dean 

Ebenezer 

Elizabeth (Whiting) 
Eliza M. 

Ella Hattie (F. ) Dean 
Frances R. (Fish) 



188 
FAI-PIS 

227a3 

227alg2 

222,226 

227alh 

227 

l6il 

1200 

227alg3 

227alg 

227ala 

8d,103 



DESCEIIDAIITS OP JOHH DSAII 



PAI3BA1TKS cont'd 
Francis E. 
Prank Aldrich 
Preelove (Stanley) 
George P. 
Hannah ( Lean ) 
Hannah (Everett) 



Hattie Ella (P. 
Henry Elliston 
Henry Prancis 
Herbert G. 
Israel 



(Jack- 
son] 
) Dean 



I87e3 

861 

l87h 



97 d 
97 d 
160 



227al,227ala Jarvis 

87e4 Joel D. 

8h John 

87e2 John Doolittle 

222,226 Jonas 

8,8a Joseph 

227al Lucy Ann (Gay) 

870 Lucy (Doolittle) 

87e3c Lucy E. 

227ale Martha Ann 

222 lilary Carter (P.) Dean 

227 Mary (Draper) 

20k,38 Mary (P.) (Eaton) Dean 

227b Mary (P.) Guild 

227alg Mary (Puller) 

87e Moses 

227c "llahby" Abigail (P.)/ 

87e5 ITathaniel S. Ellis 

87e3 Olive (Pierce) 

227algl Roy Prancis 

48 Rebecca (P.) ('ffhiting) 

of,l6il Samuel. Dean 

8e Sarah 

226 Sophia (P.) Dean 

227ala Susan Augusta (Alden) 

227al Susie ( ) 

227a 227a4 '.Villard 

227alc William B. 

PAIRBURU 

493c2 Edward 

4Q3cl Prank 

493c George 

493c3 IJellie 

493c Susan (Hamilton) 

PALES 

754 Abbie C. 

Ibg Abigail (Everett) 

43 Abigail (P. ) Dean 

754 Charles L. 

log Eliphalet 

l86a2e Ellen A. (P.) llinde 

l6g Melatiah (Everett) 

754 Kellie A. (P. ) Dean 

PilRLEY 

497e2c Cora 

497e2 Cora (Kanoop) 

497e2b Ernest 
497ela,497e Estelle 

4976 Jennie (Cook) 
497 e 497 el Jesse Zelso 

49761^ Josephine 

497elc Preston 



5 
5 
5 



188 



1461c 

1461C2 

1461 

1461b 

1461CI 

1461 c4 

1461 

I46IC3 

1461a 

1461c 



2328 
2328 



72 



2091 

2091a 

2091b 

2091c 

658ala 

549 

2091 

549a 



58lalb 
58lala 
58lal 
58lalc 
581 al 



227alc 



69e 

2i3g4 
55b3c 

2l3g2 

55b 
55a 

55 , 
213.213a 
2l3i 
55bla 



PARR 
Emma (P. ) Huntington 
Emma J. (P. ) Dean 
Hannah (P. ) Huntington 

PARRIIIGTOII 
Ambrose 

Lois (Holmes) (Wight) 
Mary (P. ) Dean 

PAZOII 
Mary (Blanchard) 
Mary (P. ) Dean 
Thomas 

PAY 
Sophia (P. ) Dean 

PEARS on 

Dorothy Louise (Reed) 
Elizabeth Ann 
Ployd Hartwell 
Prances Amelia (P. )/ 
Jeanne Marie. Caron 
Kenneth Reed 
Mabel Alice (Dean) 
Margaret Alice 
Thelma Olive (P.) T/illet 
William Ployd 

PEIIWICK 
Blake Melendy 
Margery (Dean) 

PIPE 
Abigail 

PIIICH 
Charles Clifford 
Christopher Cole 
Jennifer Deane 
Jonathan Lewis 
Lorene (P. ) lleff 
Martha R, (Dean) 
Sara Lee (Deane) 
Wallace 

piim 

Edward 

Prank 

Julia A. (Wilson) 

Uina. (Taylor) 

William T. 

PISH 

Prances R. (P. ) Pair- 
banks 
PISHSR 

Ada (P.) (Mills) Dewing 

Albert Chauncey 

Albert Shaw 

Anna L. 

Armina (Dryer) 

Betsey Dean 

Betsey (Dean) 

Calvin 

Charles P. 

Charles Samuel 



IITOEX 



PISHER cont'd 

2l3g3 Charles Sumner 

59 Deborah (P. ) Lewis 

b9g4 Deborah (P.) Pollegs 

30 Deborah (Richards) 

138 Dorcas (Cleveland) 

53 Ebenezer 

55b3a Edith 

b9a Elizabeth 

69 Elizabeth (Cooke) 

55bl Elizabeth (McI.Iasters) 

b9fl Elizabeth Richards (P.) 

Dix 

2l3b Emeline (P. ) Talbot 

6 Esther (V/iswall) 

55^32 Eunice Pinckney 

b9g3 Panny J. (Penshaw) 

55b2c Prank Wyman 

2l3g5 George Day 

69d Hannah (P.) Dana 

138 Hannah (P. ) Dean 

69g2 Hannah (P.) Phillips 

131 Irene (Dean) 

2l3gl Irving M. 

55bl James Ellis 
30,69,69c,69gl Jeremiah 
55,69g,2l3,2l3f John 



69g3 
55t3t 



2l3e 

69c 

55b 

55T3 

b9f3 

2i3g 

69g3a 

213 

6,30 

2l3g 
2l3c 

55^3 
55b2a 

2l3g 

69f3 

213d 

69f 

55b2b 

5 5b 2 

55blb 

53 

55^,131 

69b 

69f2 

69g5 
2l3h 

138 



94 

147a 



I87b3 



127c3a6 
127c3a6 

127c3a6 



208 
208 



858 



John Baptist 

John C. 

Joshua 

Keziah (Billings) 

Louise (P. ) Grant 

Lucy (Hawes) 

Lucy M. (Woodruff) 

(Philips) 
Lucy (Woodward) 
I.'ary Ann (Woodruff) 
Kary (Austin) 
Mary Cardora (P. ) Clark 
Mary (Clark) 
Mary (P. ) Dean 
Mary Prances (Day) 
Mary (P. ) Plympton 
Mary (Shaw) 
Mattie 
Minot 
rathaniel 
Otis 
Paul 

Phineas D. 
Phineas Dean 
Phineas McMaster 
Polly (Dean) 
Samuel 

Sara (P.) Richards 
Sarah 

Sarah (Dean) 
Sarah- (P. ) Puller 
Sibyl 
Timothy 

PISE 
Anna (P. ) Conant 

PISKE 
Susan P. (P.) Gerould 



189 
PIS-PRE 
HjETCHER 
Annie Amelia (P. ) Kelley 

PlICKIUGER 
Clarence Lloyd 
Janice Jean (P. ) Chris- 

topherson 
Maude Alda (Mason) 

PLIUT 
Catherine (Dean) 
Waldo 

JLYKiy 
Catherine (P.) Dean 

PORCE 



162 


Eliza (Elizabeth?) B. 


162 


George. (Dean) 




K)RSYTH 


980e2a 


Charlie Merle 


928b 


Frederick K. 


980e2al 


Judith Ann 


980e2a 


Kenneth 


980e2a2 


Kenneth Evans 


928b 


Madge (Kinsev) 
Marie (Sheir, 


980e2a 


980e2a 


llorman David 




POSS 


755 


Bertha Adelaide (Dean) 


850e 


Laura (P. ) Michael 




POSTER 


435 


Joan (Joana?) (Dean) 




PRALEY 


l86al 


Sophronia Elizabeth (P.) 




Kinde 




PRAIICIS 


58le 


Sarah (P.) Stone 




PRAIICOEUR 


139 


Caroline (P. ) Dean 




PREEBORIT 


646b 


Lucy (P. ) Slocum 




PRESLAIJD 


64b 


Elizabeth (Puller) 


64b 


William 




PREEIiAlI 


135c, 322 
135c, 322 


John 

Julia B. (Dean) 




PREKCH 


165 


Benjamin 


1289c 


Gellina 


1289b 


Ella May 


506 


Lucre tia (P. ) Dean 


165 


Mary "Molly" (Dean) 


1289 


ITellie Gertrude (Dean) 


1289 


'.Villiam 



190 

PRO-GIP 

2070 
648 d 
648 d 



207c 
207c 



DESCENDANTS OP JOHII DEAII 



PHOST 
Edna D. (P.) YoTimans 
Julia (Stannaxd) 
Rufus 



661 d5 



(P. ) HuTDtard 



912 
912 



640 

64d 

641 

822a 

227alg 

508a 

508a 

227a 

508a2 

54g 

152 

508 

b4e2 

64.0,646 

64a, 64e 

64e9 

64el 

64 

64I) 

64e8 

480 

508a2 

508 

823a3 

822ala 

822a 

822al 

64h 

6406 

641 

198 

64el0 

64e5 

64e4 

227alg 

64el 

228 



PB0THI1IGHA1.I 
Anne Brooks 
Mathaniel L. 

PBYE 
Ida (Dean) 
John L. 



PUXLER 
Abigail (Eaton) 
Abigail (P. ) Puller 
Achsah (Greenwood) 
Ada J. (Stewart) 
Adeline 
Alfred Eoaain 
Alice Augusta (Chapman) 
Azuba (P. ) Fairbanks 
Bertha Kay (P. ) Puller 
Catharine (p.) Green- 
wood 
Catharine S. (P. ) Dean 
Charles 
Clarissa (P.) Adams 

5 Daniel 

,64e6,198 David 

Deborah E. (Baker) 



514c 



Elizabeth 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth 
Elizabeth 
Elvira (P. 
Emery- 
Esther Weedin 
Plorence (P. ) 



(Cutler) 

(Dean) 

(P. ) Preeland 

(P. ) Shattuck 

) Dean 



(Dean) 
Schoenborn 



l86ala 
l86ala 



986a 

986a 
986a 



191 



20 

64e 

610 

610 

610a 

l67bl 

227al 

227al 

227al 

392 

392 

167b 

167b 

20b 

392 

64e 

64e 




Plorence Karian 
George 

Gertrude E. (Kettelraan) 
Hannah (P. ) Eimball 
Harriet (Herring) 
Joseph 

Julia Ann (P. ) Dean 
Juliana 

Julitta (Haven) 
Mar tha 

Kary (P. ) Fairbanks 
Hoses 

Prudence (P.) (Babcock) 
Dean 
(P. ) Armock 



147 

147b 

164 

147al 

147a2 

164 

147a3^ 

147,164 

147.147a 

147a ^ 

147.164 



1470a 

1470 

1470 



Princess 
Rebecca 

Rebecca (I'.orse) 
Sally (Gay) 

Sally Gay (P.) Allen 544. 56I 
Sally Wilson 
227a Seth 

Shirley 858 

Spencer 

Timothy 

Timothy S. 227ala 



GAILEHER 

Rachel Jennette (G.)/ 
Woodward 
GAIPII 

Sarah (G.) Armstrong 

GAI,iE\VELL 
Prank D. 
Mary Louise (iTinde) 

GARDIIIER 
Charlotte G. (G. )/ 

Cooper 
Eliza (Vahlen) (Veer- 
John bus en) 

GARRISOIT 
Phoebe Ann (G.) Dean 

GAY 

Azuba (G. ) Colburn 
Daniel 

Hannah S. (Dean) 
Jeremiah W. 
Joseph A. 
Julia Ann 
Lucy 

Lucy Ann (G. ) Fairbanks 
Luther 
Mary 

Mary E. (G. ) Dean 
Mehi table (Holmes) 
Moses 

Rebecca (G. ) Colburn 
Rufus 

Sally (G. ) Puller 
Thankful (Morse) 

GERODLD 
Deborah (Dean) 
Deborah Dean (G. ) Ranney 
Elizabeth (Dean) 
Prances E. 
Henry Piske 
James Harvey 
Joseph Bowditch 
Ruth (Bowditch) 
,164 Samuel Allen 
Susan (P. ) Fiske 
Theodore 

GETZIIJ 
Alice Amber 
Amber Mabel (Dean) 
Herman 

GIBBS 
Olive J. (G. ) Dean 

GIBSOII 
Catherine (G. ) Dean 

GIPPORD 
Jedediah (G. ) Alden 







IlIDRX 


191 
GIL-GUI 




GILCHRIST 




GHRRITPIELD 


207a2 


James 


98of3 


Ina Loraine (Bacon) 


207a 


John James 


98of3 


James Gordon 


98oela 


Mary Kathalie (G. ) Curxy 




98oel 


Mary (Parker) 




GREEOTOOD 


98oel 


Mildred Inez (Bacon) 


64i 


Achsah (G.) Puller 


98oel 


Reuten Parker 


645 


Catherine (Fuller) 


207a 


Sarah Dean ( Hub tar d) 


830e 


George C. 


207al 


Sarah Huhbard 


83062 


Jean 


980el 


William Praser 


830e 


Jessie Belle (Bruell) 


Q8oel-b 


Williani llorris 


64g 


Reuben 






830el 


Robert 




GILL3SFIE 






1064 


Henrietta (G. ) Lean 




GRIFFITHS 






645a 


Burdette 




GILLETT 


645a 


Helen ('.Vhite) 


500 


Emeline A. (G. ) Dean 




GRIGGS 




G0LDa:iTH 


717 


Abigail (Fairbanks) 


65lb2t 


Ann (G. ) Lord 


717 


Angenette (G. ) Dean 






717 


James 




GOO DALE 






715 


Celestia 




GUILD 


715 


Elbert 


i6i 


Abigail (G.) Everett 


715 


Lillie E. (G. ) Dean 


52,52a, 


,107b,107b7 Abner 






227h9 


Amanda Jane 




GOOLIIO':? 


52c3 


Benjamin 


14ilal 


Ellen V. (G. ) Bacon 


227b6 


Caroline Abbey 






52f2 


Caroline M. 




GODDARD 


52f 


Charles 


1031b 


Anna Kate 


52 fl 


Charles Henry 


1031 


Panny (Dean) 


52c2 


Charles J. f^zf Cynthia 
Ellen Mar ia'\ (Kingsbury) 


1031c 


Francis W. 


52h2 


1031 


J. R. 


52c5 


Ezra Phineas 


225 


Lucinda (G. ) Dean 


227bl 


George 


103ld 


liar ion I.laud 


227b5 


Hannah Ellis (G.) Davis 


I031e 


Nellie May 


52c5 


Hannah (Thayer) 


1031a 


William 


227b 


Hannah (V?eatherbee) 






52c5a 


Hattie Julia 




GOULD 


227b3 


Horatio 


190 


Curtis 


227b2 


Jane Marie (Hilton) 


39 


Elizabeth G. ) Dean 


227b 


Joel 


14b 


Keziah (G. Bacon 


l6i 


John 


190 


Mary (Dean' 


52e 


Julia 






52d 


Juliette 




GRAHAli 


227b8 


Lucinda Hartshorn 


655 


Benjamin 


52hl 


Maria 


66lhlf 


Helen Zathryn (Beitler) 52h 


Maria (G.) Guild 


655 


Sarah Jane (Dean) 


52h 


Mark 






227b4 


Mary Ann Marie (G. ) 




GSAIJT 




Hutchins 


2l3e 


John 


227b 


Mary (Fairbanks) 


2l3e 


Louise (Fisher) 


227b3 


Mary Jane (Drake) 






207bl 


Hancy (Jones) 




GRAVES 


52c 


Uathaniel 


219J 


Elijah 


52 cl 


TTathaniel Hewins 


219J 


Hannah (Penniraan) 


52g 


Phineas D. 






52t 


Polly 




GRAY 


52 


Sarah (Dean) 


857 


Irvin 


52h3 


Sarah Prances 


857 


Jenette (Dean) 


52c 


Sybil (Hewins) 






52c4 


Sybil Julia (G. ) Ide 




GREEII 


l6i 


Thankful (Harrington) 


I09f 


Catherine (Iloyes) 


227b2 


Virgil 


io9f 


Elisha 


52 h4 


Walter 


623 


Hannah (G. ) Dean 







192 

GUT-HAV 
1484 



66la2 



DESGEIJDAITTS OP JOKII DSAII 



1061 
1061 
1061 



627a 
62713 
627 
627 



1800 
1800 



GUTTERY 
Alice (G. ) White 

HADDOCK 
Elsie (H. ) Woodward 

HADIOCK 
Francis U. (H. ) Dean 
lucxetia Tiafia (Dean) 
Karia lucretia (Dean) 

HALE 
Andrew 
Clarence 

Hepsiliah Jemima (Dean) 
Seth 

HALL 
Doris (H. ) Dean 
Israel 





HALLINAIT 




98oe2c 


Jack 


661il 


98oe2 


John Edward 




98o«2 


Joseph Edward 


661i7 


98oe2 


Julia 


661i6 


980e2b 


Mary Lee (H. ) Henderson 


66li3 


980e2 


Muriel E. (Bacon) (Cor- 


66li 




nelius) 


661i8 




HAI,:iL 


66li4 


498a4 


Bessie (H. ) Hoopes 


661i 
661i2 




HALIILTOII 


661i5 


l87alal 


Addison 




868,888bl Clifford 




888e 


Dean 


127c 


493a 


Edward 


410 


4q3b 


Ellen (H. ) Palmer 


127c 


l87el 


Elzina (H. ) Huntington 


410 


I87ala2 


Frank Eaton 


410 


l87ala 

888c 


Frecrena (Zelley) 


127c 


Helen (H.) Ziburtz 




l87ala3 


Jeanette 




I87ala2 
886b 


Katheryn (Shelby) 


990a 3 


Laura (Beatty) 
Larjorie (H.) Harloff 


990a3 


88ed 


42 


m. 


Olive (Dean) 


990a3 


Raymond 


b72h 


888 


Sarah (Dean) 


672h 


493c 


Susan (H.) Pairburn 




l87ala 


Titus C. 





460 
339 



127c2a 

127c2 

127c2 



William 7ilson 
Wilson 

HAmiOlID 
Clarissa (H. ) Dean 

EAIICOCK 
Francis Edmund 

HAIIDY 
Harry 
Joann 
Siimner 



HAIINA 

66lb3a Betty Jane (Moore) 

66lb3a4 Jane Llichelle 

66lb3a3 Michael John 

66lb3a Richard E. 

66lb3al Steven 

66lb3a2 William 

HAUSLER 
933 Alice (H. ) Robinson 

HARDEN 
3 Sarah (Dean) 

HARDIIIG 
581a2 Luella (H. ) Wilson 

HARLOFF 
888d Jack F. 
888d Llarjorie (Dean) 



HARPER 
Clara Isabel (H. )/ 

Stowell 
Edgar Maurice 
Helen 

Jessie Marion 
Jessie May (Woodward) 
Kenneth 

Margaret Eliza (H. )/ 
Robert. Somnerlot 
Robert Harold 
William James 

HARRIITGTOII 
Elizabeth (Francisco) 
Ephriam 

Hannah (H. ) Tarner 
Jane M. 

Josie S. (H. ) Dean 
Moses 

HARRIS 
Charles B. 
Creel (H. ) Anderson 
Delphos (H. ) Dean 
Effie Pearly (Miller) 
George 
Marie (Everett) 



HARRISOU 
510 Margaret Isabel (H. )/ 

Dean 

HARTSHORIT 
40 Experience (H. ) Lewis 
17a Rebecca (H. ) Pettee 

HASTIl^rGS 
219e Hannah (H. ) Dean 

HAVEiI 
672d George E. 
64e5 Julitta (H. ) Puller 
672d Mary M. (Everett) 





INDEX 


193 








HAW-HOL 




HAWES 




HEYLER 


m 


Louesa (Coff) 


1475 


Caroline (H. ) Smith 


Lucy (H. ) Fisher 












HILL 




HAWKIIIS 


14ila2c 


Agnes Mira (Kelsey) 


675 


Doicas 


46a 


Edna (Pond) 


675 


George 


45a 


Timothy 


675 


Sarah T. (H. ) Dean 


14ila2c 


William S. 




HAWLEY 




HILLOCK 


l86f2b 


Pannie (Lioore) (Hopkins 


)980e3a 


Carol 


l86f2b 


Jean 


980e3 


George 






980e3 


George Alexander 




HAYTTES 


980e3 


Jessie Lillian (Bacon) 


864 


Mary J. (H. ) Dean 


980e3b 


Richard 


18794 


Theophania (H. ) Hun- 
tington 


980e3 


Sarah (Adams ) 




HAZEL TOII 




HILLS 


544 


Charlotte (H. ) Dean 


926 


Bessie (H. ) Dean 




HEAD 




HILTOII 


1080 


Florence (H. ) Dean 


227b2 


Jane Maria (H. ) Guild 




HRARD 




HIUCKLEY 


275 


Mary E. (H. ) Dean 


887 


Sarah Ann (Dean) 




HWI.LAR 




HITCHCOCK 


825c 


Mary (H. ) Park 


187b 


Mary Adams (H. ) Kelley 




HELM 




HODGES 


9Soa2 


Ina A. (Bacon) 


330c 


Eliza A. (Dean) 


93oa2 


Jay V. 






98oa2a 


Wilbur 




HODGKIKS 






l6f2 


Elizabeth (H. ) Everett 




HEHDERSOIT 






661h2 


Alford LeEoy 




HOLBROOK 


661h2b 


Bruce Stephen 


142 


Benjamin 


661h2 


Carrie C. (Beitler) 


142 


Delia M. (H. ) Dean 


9GOe2b2 


Graham Bruce 


142 


Hannah 


98oe2lD 


Graham Glen 






66lh2a 


Hope 




HOLDER 


98oe2b 


Mary Elizabeth (Alex- 


105c6a 


Albert 




ander ) 


105c 


Betsey (Leland) 


98oe2b 


Mary Lee (Hallinan) 


105c4a 

io5ci 


Caroline B. 


98oe2bl 


Wendy Lee 


Elizabeth (H. ) Warren 


98oe2b 


William Herman 


10506 


Elvira (Janes) 


29e4c 


Vary P.. (H. ) Bullard 


I05c5 


Emily K. (H. ) Mayo 




HEH.IAIJ 


105c2 


George W. 


127c3cl 


Howard Vernon 


I05c4 


James 


127c3c 


Violet L'ay (Turner) 


I05c3 


Jane (Bright) 


127c3c 


'ffalter 


I05c3 


John A. 






105c 


Josiah 




HESRIIIG 


105c3a 

io5cio 


Louisa J. 


72 


Benjamin 


Mary 


72(i 


Calvin 


I05c9 


Matilda C. 


72f 


Carolina "Cally" (H. )/ 


lOScAc 


llancy J. 


72c 
64e6 


David. Dean 105c6 


Nathaniel G. 


Harriet (H. ) Fuller 


105cA 


Patience L. (Barber) 


72 


Miriam (Dean) 


io5c6 


Sophia A. (H. ) Daniels 


72e 


Polly 


105c3b 


Susan 






105c4b 


William 




HEUMS 


10507 


William B. 


896 


Leota (Dean) (Baumgart- 








ner 1 




HOLEIIBACK 




HEWINS 


639 


Sarah "Sally" (Dean) 


167 


Mehi table (H. ) Holmes 


639 


William 



194 


DESGEl^DAlITS 


OP JOH] 


HOI -HOY 


HOUIES 




16702 


Anna Bliss 


501a 


17e 


Catharine (H. ) Pettee 


497a 


17 e 


EtenezeT 


501 


167a. 16?' 


c Jeremiah 


501 


167 


John 


501b 


97 d 


lois (H.) (Wight) Par- 




400 


Mary, rington 




21 


Mary (H.) Dean 


204d4b 


1670! 


Mary Richards (H. ) Boy- 


204a 




den 


204dl 


167 


Mehitable (Hewins) 


66lala 


I67ID 


Mehi table (H.) Gay 


204d3 


167 c 


Priseilla (Richards) 


204f 


400 


Ruf-us 


204b 


21 


Samuel 


iGilOd 


17e 
167 


Sarah (Coney) 


204c 


Sarah "Sally" Dean 


203 


400 


Susan S. (H. ) Dean 


204d 




HOLT 


203 


146 


Alma (H. ) (Bruce) Dean 


l6ilOd 
204d4 




HOMAllS 


204d4a 


915"b 


Allan 


82,203 


91 5t 


Carroll Esther (Chopp) 


204e 


915^2 


David Chase 


204d 


9i5bl 


Elizabeth D. 


204d2 
204d4 



HOOKER 
I08b2 Ilancy J. (lloyes) 

HOOPER 
l6i8 Lavinia (Everett) 
l6i8 V/illiam 

HOOPES 
498a4 Bessie 
498a4 Bessie (H. ) Hamil 
498a2b Dean 
498a Jacob 
498a2 Julia (Noel) 
498a3 Marcellus 
498al Kattie "Martha" (H. ) 

Babize 
408a Mattie (Morrison) 
498a2a Miriam 
498a4,498a5 Stewart 
498a2 Walter 

HOPKIIIS 
l86f2b Fannie (Moore) 
l86f2b Herbert G. 
54 Lucy (Dean) 

HORTOK 
204d Susan P. (H. 1 Houghton 
204d Thomas 

HOTCHKISS 
485 Caroline (H. ) Dean 
93 Elihu 
93 Polly (Dean) 



528dl 
528d 
528d 
528d2 



127cla 

127cla2 

127clb 

127cl 

127clbl 

127clb 

127cl 

127cl 

127clal 

127cla 



1187a 

1187 

1187 

135 

135 



820 



158. 5d 

158.5 
158.5 



DEAIJ 

HOUGH 
Ada (H. ) Cook 
Ada (H. ) Dean 
Amanda Melvina (Dean) 
Smith 
Willis Dean 

HOUGH TOn 
Blanche 

Catherine (H. ) Bacon 
Charles 

Cora Charity (H. )/ 
Edgar. Woodward 
Ester 
Ferris 
Jason W. 
Jemima 
Jemima (Southworth) 

(H. ) Dean 
Jeremiah 

Jerusha (H. ) Dean 
Lydia A. (H. ) Everett 
Mary (Vander grift) 
Mazie 
Pharez 
Olive 

Susan F. (Horton) 
Sylvester 
Thomas 

HOUSE 
Eleva Carney 
Erin (Heredith)( Carney) 
James S. 
Mary 

HOWARD 
Charlotte (Sibley) 
Helen 
Herbert H. 
Mary (Redmond) 
Roger 

Ruby (White) 
Sanborn 
Wales B. 
William 
William II. 

HOWE 
Abigail 
Alice 
Prank A. 
Mabel (Dean) 
Ilancy (H. ) (Dean) Lyon 
William 

HOXIE 
Ellen (H. ) Dean 

HOYLE 
Clara B. (H. ) Everett 
Mark 
Sarah H. ( ) 



207e 

207c 

207b6 

207c2 

207b2 

207ii3 
207cl 

207^4 

207,207b 

207131 

207d5 

2071D 

207b5 
207b4 

207c 

207d 

207cL2 

207 

207^3 
207a 



2102 
2102 
2102 



56lbla 

66lblb 

66lbl 

66lbl 

66lbla2 

66lblal 

66lbla 



66lgl 



161 
161 



HUBBABD 

Aaron Dean 

Anne Brooks (Prothing- 

Benjamin West ham) 

Catherine Dean 

Eleanor Charity 

Eliot 

Gorham 

Helen 

Henry- 
Henry Scott 

Joshua Clapp 

Louisa (Dexter) 

Louis Dexter 

Nathalie Dean 

Nathaniel Dean 

Richard 

Richard Dean 

Sally Walker (Dean) 

Samuel Hildreth 

Sarah Dean (H.) Gil- 
christ 
HUGHES 

Alice (Pearce) 

Henrietta (H.) Dean 

William 

HULL 
Arlene (Corley) 
Barbara May (H, ) John- 
Blake D. son 
Lilith May (Woodward) 
Patricia 
Robert Blake 
Sidney Blake 

HTOffilEL 
Velma (H. ) Woodward 

HOTKINGS 
Charlotte (Dean) 
Thomas 



HUIITIHGTOIT 

l87e3d Alfred K. 

I87e3c Allie W. (H. ) Tuttle 

187 e 3 Daniel K. 

187 el Elzina (Hamilton) 

1876 Emeline (Kelley) 

18763 Emma (Parr) 
I87el,l87elal Erastus 

l87e4 Eva ( ) 

l87e3b Pannie (H. ) Upp 

1876 George Cabot 

l87e3a George Parr 

l87e4 Joseph 

187 ela Mary (Kastning) 

l87e3e Minerva Agnes (H. ) Gas 

l87ela2 Ruth 
l87ela,l87e2 Simon 

l87elb Stella 

18764 Theophania (Havnes) 
18764a Theophania (H.) Crawfo 



(JSi 


HUB-JDH 




HUSSEY 


483d 


Abigail (H. ) Kidney 


483 


Alexander J. 


483c 


Lydia C. (H. ) Mitchell 


483 


Mary Ann (Dean) (Wright ) 




HUTCHIITS 


227b4 


Mary Ann Marie (Guild) 


227b4 


llathan C. 



820 



I4ila2 
52 c4 
5204 



66la 



5403,562 

Ibil 

832 

l6il 

540 

109h 

I09h 

540b 

540c 

540 



1478 



10506 
220 



531b 

531b2 

53ibl 
53ib3 
531b 



524 



98of2 

980f2a 

98of2 



863al 
6 863a2 
863a 
863a 



HURLEY 
1260 Margaret (H. ) Dean 



rdl95 648c 
lOOb 

517 
66lblb3 



HYATT 
Magdalene (H. ) Dean 

IDE 
Almira M. (I.) Kelsey 
Prancis 
Sybil Julia (Guild) 

IDEII 
Hannah (I.) Tomlinson 

JACKSOU 
Angeline Erthusa (J.)/ 
Ebenezer. Dean 
Eliza Christian (J.)/ 
Hannah (Everett). Dean 
John S. 
Lucy (Woyes) 
Marcus B. 
Orange 
Peter 
Phebe S. (Dean) 

JACOBY 
Minnie { J. ) Dean 

JAIIES 
Elvira (J. ) Holden 
Jemima (J.) Allen 

JAQUITH 
Amasa R. 
Carol Rust 
Jeanne Louise 
Rosemary 
Satie Whitwood (Shull) 

JENKINS 
Georgia (J. ) Dean 

JENNINGS 
Carrie Elizabeth (Bacon) 
Jason Jay 
Robert L. 

JEWELL 
Dorothy 
Ewar t 

Lila (Ewart) 
Roy 

JOHNSON 



Adeline 

Alice (J.) Dean 

Barbara 



196 


lESCEHDAlITS OF JOHK 


DEAU 


JOH-KET 










JOm^SON, cont'd 




KEILEY, cont'd 


eei'bi-b 


Barbara Mary (Hull) 


l87ala 


Fredrena (K. ) Hamilton 


555c 


Eloise (J.) lucArthur 


l87h 


Hannah (Farr) 


195 


Esther (Dean) 


l87b3e 


Harold Hitchcock 


6611)11:1 


Jo Ann 


l87hlc 


Hayward Kendall 


1086 


Joseph L. 


l87hl 


Hermon Alfred 


lo86 


lewis 


I87b3h 


Hubert Wood 


648 c 
66ii)lb,6 


luclnda (Stannard) 


^87 , 


Irad 


6lblb2 ITeil 


i87il 


Irving W. 


1086 


Rene (Dean) 


l87i2 


Isabelle (Silver) 






i87fl 


Jessie Christie (Robert- 




JOUES 


187 


Jemima (Stow). son) 


2081 


Flora (J.) Dean 


187b 


Julius 


2271)1 


llancy ( J. ) Giiild 


l87b3g 


Leslie Constance 






I87b3f 


Lynwood Julius 




JOY 


1871,487 


Marcella (Dean) 


i6f9 


Abigail (Everett) 


187b 


Mary Adams (Hitchcock) 


i6f9 


Zenas 


]87b2 


Mary Caroline (K. ) Mott 






l87a4 


Mary Dunlavv (Boake) 
Mary E. (K. ) Dean 




JUDGE 


824 


432 


Eliza A. ( J. ) Dean 


l87a4a 


Miriam 


432 


Hobert 


I87b3b 


Norman Douglas 






I87b3d 


Reginald Heber 




JUIZINS 


187 d 


Samuel 


722 


Leon L. 


l87bl 


Samuel Heber 


722 


Uellie tt. (Deane) 


187 


Sarah (Dean) 






I87a2 


Sterling Herman 




KAUOOP 


I87b3a 
l87hla 


Tracy Randall 


49762 


Cora (K. ) Farley 


Virginia (K. ) Hewberry 






18712, l87i2a William Datus 




KATES 


1871.487 


William Dean 


66ik4 


Sarah Isobel (K. ) Ben- 

nex 


I87b4 


Zinah H. 




KEEWEY 




•KI-n.SEY 


66lh4 


Florence Gladys (K. ) 


14ila2c 


Agnes Mlra (K. ) Hill 




Beitler 


14ila2 


Almlra M. (Ide) 




KEITH 


14ila 


Ambrose 


I4blc3 


Abigail T. (K. ) Bacon 


14llal 


Ambrose Parsons 


14blc3 


Caroline Bond (K. ) Baconl4ila2 


Charles 


141)lc2c 


Clara F. 


14ila2b 


Charles Howard 


141)lc2 


Cynthia Clapp (Bacon) 


14ila2b 


Elizabeth F. (Warner) 


141)lc2"b 


Hannah (K. ) Collins 


14llal 


Ellen V. (Goodnow) 


141)lc2d 


Kary A. 


14ila2a 


Lillian May 


14blc2 


Willard 


I4ila 


Martha Maryette (Bacon) 


14blc2a 


Willard Henry 




KEIJDALL 




KKTiLEY 


14g 


Anna (Bacon) 


187 a 


Addison 


146 

1S7I1I 


Augusta (K. ) Dean 


l87hll) 


Alfred Kendall 


Florence Alice (K. ) 


18711 


Alfred Stow 


14g 


William Kelley 


l87al 


Angeline Woodford 






I87b3 


Annie Amelia (Fletcher) 


1 


KEUIIEDY 


187a 


Ann IJarilla (liillerd) 


66lb 


Mary Elizabeth (K. ) 


l87il 


Ann (LIcEldowney) 




Woodward 


l87g 


Betsy (K. ) Webb 




KKTniEY 


l87f 


Caroline (K. ) Carpenter 


■ 197 


Rebecca (K. ) Dean 


187,187c 


Daniel 






187 


Datus 




KEiraisoii 


1871)3 


Douglas Ottinger 


871 


Charles S. 


l87a3 


Edward Datus 


871a 


Iva LI. 


187 e 


Emeline (K. ) Huntington 87I 


Myrta S. (K. ) Dean 


l67l)3c 


Ernest Fletcher 


871b 


Roy C. 


l87a5 


Everett Clapp 






187 hi 


Florence Alice (Kendall) 


KETTLEUAII 


l87a4 


Francis Killerd 


822al 


Gertrude E. (K. ) 


l87al 


Frederick 




Fuller 



888c 

888c 



850 
850 

850t 



485d 
483cLl 
483d 
48342 



330b 
64h 
626 
64h 



52f 

705 
112 

705 
705 
112 

705 



928a 
928 

928"b 

928 



127031) 

919 



483'b2b 
483b2 
483b2 
483b2a 



674a 

48lgl 



109r 
14111 

I09g 



1071 
1071 
1071 



1295 

1295 



KIBHRTZ 
Edward G. 
Helen (Dean) 



lUDEX 



839 



KREIZER 
Jennie 



197 
KIB-LEL 



(K. ) Dean 



KIDDER 1751 

Cora M. (Dean) (Michael) 1751 
Frank J. I75I 

I Ola Iday 



KIDKEY 
Abigail (Hussey) 
Clara (K. ) Webb 
George E. 
Kargaret 

KIMBAIl 
Betsy Dean (Ray) 
Hannah (Fuller) 
Keziah H. (K. ) Dean 
Thomas 

KIIIGSBURY 
Cynthia (K. ) Guild 
George 
Jabez 

Mary Ann (Dean) 
Moses 

Rebecca (Dean) 
Sally 

KraSEY 
Ethel (K, ) Senegal 
Ida (Dean) 
Madge (K. ) Forsyth 
Matthew 

KIITZIE 
Burt (K. ) Turner 

KITCHEII 
Ursulla (K. ) Dean 

KLIIIGMAII 
Elizabeth 
Florence (Wright) 
John 
Robert 

OAPP 
Louise (Andrews) 

KIIAPSTEIIT 

Josephine M. (E. )/ 

Wright 
XIIIGHT 

Edwin 

Louise (K. ) Bacon 

Mary (lloyes) 

KNOX 
Annetta (Dean) 
Edward 
Wallace 

KOOIT 
Mildred (Dean) 
Perry V. 



541b 

541 

541 

541a 

541c 



127c3b2 
127c3b2 



2i9e 

219g 



495 
I86e2 



66ib7 

66ib7a 

66ib7 



646a 
546a 



KRIZIO 
Emilia (K. ) Lean 
Maria (Slabey) 
Martin 



LABAR 
Elsie 
John 

Margaret 
Sarah 
Wesley 



(Dean) (Sawdy) 



LAIIDRETH 
Harry William, Jr. 
Violet (Turner) 

lARIIARD 
Abigail (Penniman) 
Hyram 

LATHROP 
Catherine (L. ) Dean 

LAWTON 
Eliza A. (L. ) Kinde 

LEAKE 

Herbert J. 

John Herbert 

Mary Elizabeth (Wood- 
ward) 
LEE 

Mary (Slocum) 

Warren 



LELAUD 
Abigail (Chaffee) 
Betsey (L. ) Dunsmoor 
Betsey (L. ) Holden 
Catharine 
Catharine L. 
Czarina (Daniels) 
Elizabeth (Dean) 
Fanny (Beckwith) 
George 



105d 

105b6 

105c 

105d4 

105d3b 

105d2 

105 

105b4 

105 d2 

105b4c Esther 

105b2 Harriet 

105dl Harriet 

105b4e Horace 

105a,105d3 James 

105d5 Jarvil C. 

105d,105b7 Jeremiah 



(L. ) Hlchols 



105d2b 

105b7 

105b4a 

105b 

105d3 

105d3a 

105bl 

105b4f 

105db 

105b,105b3,105b4b, 

105b5 Rufus 

105b4 William 



Jerome W. 

Louisa (Daniels) 

Mariann 

Mar iann 

Mary A. 

Mary E. 

Mary K. 

Maurice 

Otis G. 



(Dunsmoor ) 
(Loomis) 

(L.) Chamber lin 



198 


DESCEIIDAIITS 


OP JOHN 


DEAN 


LEL-MAI, 










LELAITD cont'd 




LOBD 


105M'i 


William L. 


66lb2b 


Ann (Goldsmith) 


105d2a 


Wilmex A. 


66ll:2a2 


Barbara 






2076 


Barbara (L. ) Dean 




lEOlJAHD 


1802 


Bessie J. (Macdonald) 


192 


Phoete {L. ) Dean 


66lb2b3 


Christopher 






66lb2a7 


Deborah 




LEWIS 


66lb2a3 


Diane 


14i 


Abigail (Everett) 


1802 


Evelyn (L. ) Dean 


710 


Anna Maria (Dean) 


66lb2c2 


John Philip 


94a3l5 


Arthur 


1802 


J. Waldo 


4 


Barachiah 


66lb2a5 


Karen 


16 


Bethia (L. ) (Morse)/ 


66lb2cl 


Linda Lu 




Everett 


66lb2a 


Margaret (Jones) 


94a3 


Catherine Dean (Conant) 


1801 


Mary (L. ) Dean 


59 


Deborah (?isher) 


66lb2c3 


Mary Melissa 


59 


Deborah (L. ) Dean 


66lb2al 


Michael 


94a3a 


Eleanor Bonney 


66lb2bl 


Pamela 


659^ 


Smma (L. ) Charr.bers 


66lb2b2 


Penelope 


141 


Eve (L. ) Bacon 


D6lb2c 


Philip Rodney 


40 


Experience (Hartshorn) 


66lb2b4 


Rebecca 


710 


Horatio 


66lb2b 


Richard Winslow 


94a 3 


James Harvey 


66lb2c 


Roma June (Ozenberger) 


59 


John 


66lb2 


Sarah Eva (Woodward) 


14i 


Jonathan 


66lb2 


Theodore Bernard 


4 


Judith (L. ) Dean 


56lb2a 55lb2a4 Theodore Woodward 


659 


Judith (IVhiting) 
Louisa Sophia (Dean) 


66lb2a6 


Timo thy 






710 


Mary 




LO'.VER 


20 


Mehitable (L. ) Colburn 


663b 


Elizabeth (Craig) 


659a 


Minnie (L. ) Dean 


663b 


Prank 


40 


Nathaniel 


663b 


Mary Lorinda (L. ) Mc- 


40 


Olive (L. ) Dean 




Kibben 


14bl 


Sarah (L. ) Bacon 




LUCE 


710 

659 


William 


192 


Calista (L. ) Lean 


William Wing 












LUIIDY 




LIIIDLEY 


545 


Jesse 


548 


Delia (L.) Dean 


545 


Miriam (Adams) 






545 


Sarah Jane (L. ) Dean 




LIHE 






483a2 


John 




LYON 


483a2a 


John J. 


323 


Charles B. 


483alb 


Miriam "Polly" 


323 


Nancy H. (Dean) 


483a2 


Nellie (Crabbe) 




MACUAB 




LIPKO 


7c 


Abigail 


48lg2 


Sue (L.) Wright 


7.32 


Elizabeth (Dean) 






7 


James 




LITTLEPIELD 


7,32 


John 


1617 


David. 


^? 


Mary 


1617 


Lucy (Everett) 


Mary (M. ) Dean 






7. 7b 


Sarah 




LOCKER 






791 


Caroline (Wheelock) 




MAHAR 


791 


Ellen F. (L. ) Dean 


802 


John 


791 


Jefferson 


802 


Margaret 






802 


Mary (Comers) 




L0CE700D 






1069 


Eliakim L. 




MALE 


1069 


Prances (Dean) 


986a2 


Beatrice Arlene (H. )/ 


66lg3 


Glen Irwin 


986a2 


George G. Cooper 


66lg3 


Mary (Woodward) 


986a2 


Mabel (Cole) 




LOOMIS 




MALOITE 


I05d3 


Mary A. (L. ) Leland 


2082 


Alberta (M. ) Mills 



IISHEX. 



MA. ECUS 
l87g2a Alexander 
187 g2a Julia (Parks) 
l87g2al Ueta 



664 

916 
916 

31 



804 
804 
804 



853a 

853 



127c3alc 

1752 
127c3al 
I27c3ald 
127c3al 

1752 

127c3alb 

127c3ala 

1752 

29e3 



66lg2 



127a 
127a 



158.5c 
158.5c 
158.5c 



io5c5 
I05c5 

105c5d 
105c5b 

io5c5c 
I05c5a 



555c 

555c 

555a 

555t 

555 

555 



863 
863 



MA.RQUA11D 

Victoria (M. ) Dean 

MARQUAPT 
Esther (Dean) 
Harold 

MARS 
Patience (M. ) Baker 



MARRINER 
Annie T. 
George W. 



(M.) 



(Tyler)/ 

Dean 



Lucy M. (Gate) 

MAR Tin 
Blanche 
Kahel (Dean) 

MASOU 
Dale Arthur 
Earle 

Fern (Christopherson) 
Gary Dawling 
George 

Minta Edith (Gowen) 
Robert Dalton 
Ronald Keith 
Ruth Prances (LI. ) Dean 
Sally (M. ) Bullard 

MA THIS 

Virginia 1. (M. ) Wood- 
ward 
MAXWELL 

Laura Etta (Turner) 

Robert 



MAY 
Martha M. 
Matilda 
Robert S. 



(M. ) Everett 



MAYO 
Edward L. 
Emily K. (Holden) 
George 
Leonard L. 
Lettice A. 
William 

MC ARTHUR 
Daniel S, 
Eloise (Johnson) 
Julia D. (McA. ) Cook 
Mary 

Mary L. (Dean) 
P. S. 

MC CASLIU 
J. E. 
Minnie (Dean) (Ev;art) 



MAB 
MC COY 
825a Edith E. (Park) 
825a States 

MC DAllIELS 
48ld4 Gertrude (McD. ) Webber 

MC DOUALD 

1381a Dean 

193a3e Edith 

193a3b Hilda 

193a3c Marguerite 

555 Mary (lIcD. ) Dean 

I38I Mildred (Dean) 

193a3d Muriel 

193a3 Susie (Peck) 

MC ELDOWITEY 
18711 Anna (McE. ) Kelley 

MC EWEH 
584 Elizabeth 
584 John 

584 Mary Elizabeth (McE. )/ 

Dean 

MC HOIIE 
2075 Thelma B. (McH. ) Deane 

MC KIBBEN 
663e Angie Evaline (McK. )/ 

Van Lew 
663 Ann Hasseltine Judson/ 
663c Edith Edabelle. (Dean) 
663 Jane (Eagleson) 
563a Lewellyn McClellan 
653bl Mabel Mary 
663g Mabel Medora (McK. )/ 

Stirrat 
563b Mary Lorinda (Lower ) 
663 Matthew 
66J)f Minnie Adele 

563d Ralph Jay Preston 
663a Sherman Wellington 
663 William Eagleson 

MC LAUGHLIII 
980e Dora (Cooper) 
98 Oe Hugh 

980e Uatalie Camilla (McL. ) 

Bacon 

MC MAHON 
83I Grace Edna (McM. ) Dean 

MC MASTERS 
55bl Elizabeth (McM. ) Fisher 

MC PHERSON 
39 Mary (McP. ) Dean 

MEIER 
855 Abigail (Dean) 
855a Emerald 
855 John 

MEREDITH 
528bl Alta Marie (M. ) Braker 
528a Clarence 



200 

MER-MOO 

528T32 
528a 

528 
528 
528c 

528ti 

528"b3 

5281D 



393 
393 
393 
393 



98oclf 
98oclf 



481al 



137 

137a 
I37t) 



DESCMDAITTS OF JOHN DEAN 



KEREBITH cont'd 
Dean Voris 

Erin (M.) (Carney) House 
Esther Weeks (Dean) 
James li. 
Margaret 
Mary (Voris) 
Marine Davis 
Percy 

ICEHRIFIELD 
Caroline (Dean) 
Isaiah 
Jacoh 
Lucy 

MERRniAH 
Huth Janet (Ellsworthl 
Sammy 

MESSER 
Alice (M. ) Allen 





MILLS 


690 


Ada (Fisher) 


2082 


Alherta (Malone) 


661e 


Eleanor Sophia (TJoodward) 
Ethe Jane (Deane) 


2082 


661 e 


Ezekiel 


2082 


John Edwin 


2082a 


Marilyn Lorraine (M. ) 




Wehher 


69 e 


Paul 


2082 


Wyman Morse 



MITCHELL 
483c2 Clifford Joy 
4.8302 Earl Le Mar 
48303 Edith H. (Uffendell) 
483c Lydia C. (Hussey) 
48302 Margaret Maude (Whitney) 
4830,48301 Mark 
483c3a Walter K. 



METCALF 
Betsy (Dean) 
Edgar 
Elmer 

MICHAEL 



850 

85Ca 
850 
850al 
850a 


Cora M. (Dean) 
Laura (Foss) 
Louis A. 
Marie 
Oscar Dean 


6611360 
661h6c 


MILAIT 
Jacqueline (Woodward) 

Thomas 



MOCKETT 
1488 J. H. 

1488 Mary (t.:. ) Dean 

MONTAITYA 
65913,1068 Dwight 
65913,1068 Lily Alice (Dean) 
65913,1068 Roy 

MOORE 
l86d Ada (Crull) 
18602 Addie (Arthur) 
I86fl.l86f2a Ambrose Clark 



MILLER 

990a3 Effie Pearly (M. ) Harri 

551h3l3 Rosemary (Chaney) 

MILLERD 

48le Alhert 

48lh4 Albert Dean 

48lh2 Alice Jennette 

48ld Alice Lyon (M. ) Webber 

48lh7 Allen Lamont 

l87a Ann Manila (M. ) Kelley 

48ih Arthtir W. 

481h8 Edward Patterson 

48lh Emma (Cuff) 

481g T^^mma (M. ) Wright 

481c Emmerette 

48ih5 George Alexander 

481f Harlow 

481h3 Hai-low Cuff 

48ihl Ida Marie 

48I Ira 

481b Janette 

481h6 Kenneth Charles 

481a Maria (M. ) Allen 

48I Sarah (Dean) 



186 
I86c4 
1017 
66lb3a 
66lb3 
I86c2 
S18603 
18604 
i860 
I86f2b 

l86c2a 

l86e 

I86c4 

l86f 

I86f2 

l86f 

I86d 

l86cl 
l86c4a 

b61b3b 

186a 

i860 

18 6b 

10I7 

186 

IOI7 

792 



Appollos 

Arthur "Deck" 

Beroia S. (M. ) Dean 

Betty Jane (M. ) Hanna 

Blanche Olive (Woodward) 

Charles 

Claude Ross 

"Deck", Arthur 

Electa (Stevens) 

Fannie (M. ) (Hopkins) 

Hawley 
Fay 

Francis 
Frank D. 
Franklin 
Frank ITelson 
Helen Johnson 
John Milton 
Julia L. (M. ) Dean 
Julia (M. ) Scott 
J. Yale 
Mary 

Mary Elizabeth 
Mary (M. ) llinde 
Morris 
nelson K. 
Peter 

Philotte (Dean) 
Sophronia 
Willard 



434 



498 
498"b 
498 
498a 



16 

220 

303^ 
15,60 

673 

670 

61 

41 

159 

l4iDlf3 

103 

673 

50 

227a 

103 

158.5 
158.5 

b4e 

50 



302 



87 



1871)211 
l87b2e 
I87b2d 
I87b2g 
I87ti2a 

l87l32lD 

l87b2 
I8bb2c 
187^2 
l87b2f 



468 
468 



l87f4 
l87f4cL 
187 f 4a 
l87f4c 
187 f 4b 
187 f 4 



I] 


^DEX 


201 






MOR-mC 


MOBGAl'^ 




MYERS 


Caroline A. (Dean) 


1477 


Albert Henry 




1477 


Ellen (M. ) Dean 


MOBRISOU 


1477 


Jenny (Storns) 


David 






Elizabeth 




KEAL 


Kary (Dean) 


794, 804 


Adeline P. (11. ) Dean 


Mattie (l.I. ) Hoopes 


58ic2 


Bertha J. (Stone) 




58lc2b 


Caroline S. 


MORSE 


784.804 


Charles 


Bethiah (Lewis )(M.) 


58lc2a 


Clifford E. 


Everett 


58ic2 


Edward 


Clarissa (I.;. ) Dean 


784,804 


Sarah (Bunce) 


Dexter S. 






Elizabeth E. (Dean) 




SEWF 


Hannah (I.I. ) Dean 


658al 


Angus W. 


Joseph 


658alb 


Betty (11.) Tomlinson 


Julia Ann (K. ) Dean 


558alal 


Dennis Bryce 


lois (L'l. ) Dean 


658ala2 


Dennise Leigh 


Kary (Dean) 


658ala 


Lorene (Finch) 


Mary E. (Dean) 


658al 


Rheba (Dean) 


Mary E. M. ) Bacon 


658ala 


Wilford 


Mary (M. Dean 






Ellly Ellis (Dean) 




UEGUS 


Kabby (Dean) 


205 


Fanny (11, ) Dean 


Rebecca (M. ) Fuller 






Reuben 




UEWBERRY 


Rutha(M.) Dean 


l87hla 


Arthur C. 


Sarah (K. ) Everett 


l87hla 


Virginia (Kelley) 


Sarah R. (M. ) Everett 






Seth 




1IE',TLAHD 


Thankful (M. ) Gay 


2088a 


Deane Ward 


Timothy 


2088 


Dolores Marjorie (Deane) 




2088 


Floy Lorene (Reber) 


M0RSE1!,IA1I 


2088 


Guy 


Martlla (M. ) Dean 


2088b 


John Marvin 




2088 


John Reynolds 


MORTOU 


2088al 


Joy Marie 


Sarah (M. ) Doolittle 


2088 c 


Myron Chase 



MOTT 
Amy Sering 
Douglas Kelley 
Ethel (K. ) Uridge 
Frank Chetwood 
Hobart D. 
Mabel H. 

Mary Caroline (Kelley) 
Mary B. 
7/illiam L. 
'ffilliam Warner 

MOULTOII 
Alpheus 
Harriet (Dean) 



MOYSEY 
David 
Florence 
Lynn D. 
Mabel 
Mildred K. 
Sarah Dean 



(Carpenter) 



UEWTOU 
iSilOc Caroline G. (U. ) Everett 
553 Esther (Dean) 
553 Jeremiah 
IbilOc Phoebe D. 
iSilOc William 

UICHOLS 

105dlf Ann J. 

105dle Catharine L. 

1485al Deloris May 

1485a2 Donald Lee 

1485 Ernest 

lO^dlg Eugene 

1485a George E. 

105dlc George L. 

105dl Harriet (Leland) 

105dlb Helen J. 

105dla James H. 

lOSdld John D. 

1485a Lelia (Swanson) 

1485b Luella Margaret (U. ) 

Pokorny 



202 

HI C -PEA 

1485^ 
990al 

I05dl 



DESCEITDAIITS OF JOHN HEM 



EICHOIS cont'd 
May Ruby (Deane) 
Saliilla Emily (N. ) 

Stillion 
William A. 

NICKOLLS 
657 Kary (Schaffer ) (Dean) 

(H. ) Woodward 
657 William 

NINDE 

l86a2d Clara May 

l85a2fl Constance 

l86a4 Edward Pays on 

iSGalb Edward S. 

l86a2'b Eleanor Louise 

l86a2el Eleanor May 

l86a2 Eliza A. (Lawton) 

l86a2e Eliza A. (Fales) 

l85a2a Frederick Lawton 

I85a2e2 George Edward 
I86alc,l85a2e George Falley 

l85a3 George Heter 

l86a2 Henry Summerfield 

l86a2c Luella Vern (Stark) 

l86a2f Mabel Barber (Adsit) 

l85ala Mary Louise (II. ) Game- 

l85a Mary (Moore) well 

l86al Sophronia Elizabeth 

(Fraley) 

l86a2f Ward Henry 

I86a2c William Edward 

l85a William Ward 

l85al William Zavier 

NOBLE 
917 Edward E. 
917a Eleanor Dean 
917 Harriet (Dean) 
917b Marjorie Elting 

NOEL 
498a2 Julia (1!.) Hoopes 

NORWOOD 
l87gla3 Alan 
l87gla Elizabeth (Rush) 
l87gla2 Jpseph A. 
l87gla Oscar 
l87glal Rush 



108bl 

108 

108f 

I08d 

108a, io8. 

108bl 

I08h 

io8g 

io8b 

108b2 
I08,l08e 

108b 

I08e 



NOYES 
Aynette (Chutard) 
Catherine (Dean) 
Catherine (II.) Green 
Elizabeth (II. ) Baker 

3 Hannah 
Henry 0. 

Lncy (II.) Jackson 
Kary (II. ) Knight 

Nancy G. (Cummings) 
Nancy J. (N. ) Hooker 
Nathaniel 
Otis 
Sarah (Draper) 



HTHiL 
512 Sarah (U.) Dean 

NUTTER 
734 Annie (Dean) 
734 John 

ODEY 
430 Susanna (0. ) Dean 

OGDEU 
1487 Bertha Lorena (0.) Deane 
1487 Charles Townsend 
1487 Kathryn Lorena (Lewis) 

OLMSTEAD 
2000 Betty (0.) Dean 

ONION 
20a Mary (0.) Colburn 
20a Mary (Sturges) 
20a Samuel 

PALMER 
493"b Benjamin 
493b Ellen (Hamilton) 

PARCELL 
527 Henrietta (P. ) Dean 

PARK 

825b Alberta A. (P. ) Taylor 

35I Charlotte Cutter (Dean) 

825a Edith E. (P. ) Mc Coy 

825 Imogene (Dean) 

825 Jaraes K. 

351 John C. 

825d Leonora 

825c Leonorr 

825c Mary (Hellar) 

PARKS 

187 g2e Charles W. 

187 g2 Edward L. 

l87g2d Emma 

I87g2f Frances W. 

I87g2c George 

l87g2 Isabella (Webb) 

l87g2g Isabelle Rush 

l87g2a Julia (P.) Marcus 

187 g2c Ruth (Spaulding) 

I87g2b Sarah Rush 

PASSMORE 
2078a Edward Deane 
2078 Edward M. 
2078c John Lincoln 
2078b Judith Brooks 
2078 Nancy (Deane) 

PEARY 
338 Abbie Ella (P. ) Dean 
338 Abigail (Heath) 
338 Samuel 





IE 


[DEZ 


203 








PEA-PIU 




PEASE 




PETTETT 


482c 


Charles 


354 


Caroline S. (Dean) 


482 d 


Curtis 


354 


William 


482 


Lucy (Dean) 






482ID 


Marvin 




PETTIIIGELL 


482a 


Mary 


210b4b 


Adelia Louisa 






210b2 


Catherine (Russell) 




PECK 


210b4c 


Eliza Brooks 


195 


Allen 


210b7 


Eliza Felt 


193 


Cynthia (Dean) 


210b4,210b4e George Dean 


193a2 


Emma 


210e 


Gerry 


I93,i93t) 


Harriet 


2lOb2 


Jacob Jerry 


I93al 


Harriet L. 


210b4a 


Jay Pierson 


193a 


Helen F. (Ballinger) 


210,210b 


John 


193a 


Leonard G. 


210b8 


John B. 


193a3 


Susie (P.) Mc Donald 


210b4f 
210bb 


John Stansbury 


193 


William 


Lydia Adelia (P.) 








Barrows 




PECKHAM 


210 


Martha (Dean) 


88d 


Abigail (P. ) Clapp 


210bl 


Martha Elizabeth (P.) 


88 


Deborah (Dean) 




Pierson 


88,88c 


Josiah 


210b3 


Mary Ann 


88t 


Hancy 


210b4 


Nancy T. (Stansbury) 


88a 


Sally 


210b5 


Sarah Augusta 






210b 


Sarah (Brooks) 




PEIEU 


210b9 


Sarah Ella (P. ) Chubb 


1160 


Elizabeth (Magee) 


210b4d 


Susan Ellen 


1160 


John 






1160 


Mae Gertrude (P.) Dean 




PHILIPS 






55^ 


Lucy M. (Woodruff) 




PEIICE 




(Philips) Fisher 


1480 


Alice Virginia (P.) 








Dean 




PHILLIPS 




PEKUIKAU 


751 


Alvin 


219g 


Abigail (P.) Lamard 


751 
69g2 


Carrie Maria (P. ) Dean 


219 


Bunyan 


Hannah (Fisher) 


219h 


Charlotte 


751 
69g2b 


Maria A. (Booth) 


219e 


Dean 


Maria Fisher 


219e 


Hannah (Hastings) 


69g2a 


Mary (P. ) Smith 


219J 


Hannah (P. ) Graves 






219a 


Huldah 




PHIPPS 


219f 


Jesse 


391a 


Emeline E. (P. ) Pond 


2191 


John B. 


391a 


Loammi 


219c 


Luc ilia (P.) Doan 


391a 


Lorana 


219d 


Mary 






219 


Sarah "Sally" (Dean) 




PICKRELL 


219b 


Sarah (P. ) Cushing 


663e3 


Clara May (Van Lew) 






663e3 


Edith (Hunger) 




PETERS 


663e3 


Har vey 


522 


Sffie (Dean) 


663e3 


Selden M. 


522b 


Effie Dean (P.) David- 






522 


J. D. son 




PIERCE 


522a 


Maud A. (P. ) Wynn 


87e3 


David 






87e3 


Olive (P. ) Fairbanks 




PETTKE 






17 c 


Abigail 




PIERPOIIT 


17e,17e3 


,117 Abner 


33k 


Joseph 


17 el 


Catherine 


33k 


Martha (Starr) 


17 e 


Catherine (Holmes) 






17, 17a, 17 64- Ebenezef 




PIERSOU 


17 e 


Joanna (Balch) 


210bl 


Martha Elizabeth 


17 f 


Mar y 




(Pettingell) 


17 


Kary (Dean) 


210bl 


Stephen 


117 


Polly (Dean 






17e2 


Rebecca 




PIITCKIIEY 


17a 


Rebecca (Hartshorn) 


55f2 


Eunice (P. ) Fisher 


17 d 


Seth 






17b 


Simon 







204 


DESCENDMTS 01 


^ JOHU DEAH 


PIA-ROB 










PTiACE 




PURDY 


266 


Aturelius 


58id 


Abigail (Wilcox) (P.) 


266 


Ellen F. (P. ) Dean 




Stone 


266 


Sarah A. 




RAOTEY 






147b 


Deborah Dean (Gerould) 




PLIMPTOH, PLYMPTOU 


14713I 


Emma E. Gerould (R.) 


213c 


Maxy (Plsher) 


I47h 


James W. Clark 


173 


Moly "Polly" (Dean) 






173 


Simeon 




HAY 


2k3c 


War r en 


330b 


Betsy Dean (R. ) Kimball 






330 


Eliza Ann (Dean) 




POKORUY 


330c 


Eliza A. (R. ) Hodges 


1485133 


Barbara Joan 


330d 


George W. 


1485^1 


Harold W. 


330 


George Washington 


148 5I) 


Howard W. 


330a 


Mary J. (R. ) Cummings 


148513 


Luella Margaret 








(Mchols) 




REA 


I485I32 


Karian Joy 


1489 


Ethel Vernon (R. ) Dean 






1489 


John Foote 




POLLEGS 


1489 


Lena Custer (Marks) 


69g4 


Deborah (Fisher) 






69g4 


Edward 




REBER 






2088 


Floy Lorene (R. ) Hewland 




POND 






391 


Catherine (Smith) 




REICHSTEIN 


45 


Chloe (P. ) Dean 


66lhlc 


Ruth Gertrude (Beitler) 


46c 


Deanis 






^7 


Edena (P. ) Dean 




RERCHEVAL 


45a 
391a 


Edna (P.) Hill 


356 


Eliza (R. ) Dean 


Edwin M. 






391a 


Elihu 




RHODES 


Elisha 


158.501 


Aaron 


Emeline E. (Phipps) 


158.50! 


Alice Lucy (Everett) 


391 


Fanny G. (Dean) 


158.50! 


Herbert 


391 


James M. 


158.50! 


Ruth S. ( ) 


31 


Mary (P. ) Wight 






46 


Olive Dean) 




RICHARDS 


46lD 


Olive P.) Richardson 


60 


Debora (R. ) Fisher 


Ua 


Polly Dean) 


69b 


Jesse 


82 


Rachel (P. ) Draper 


2 Of 


John 


391 


Samuel 


1670 


Priscilla (R. ) Holmes 


39lt 


William H. 


2 Of 


Rebecca (Colbujrn) 






6qbi 


Rufus 




POOL 


69b 


Sarah (Fisher) 


98oflii 


Byron Dale 


69b2 


Sarah (R. ) Dewing 


98ofl 


Eleanor Cecilia (Bacon) 






98ofl 


Everett H. 




RICHARDSOIT 


98ofla 


Ronald H. 


46b 


Olive (Pond) 






20kl 


Patty (R. ) Colburn 




POSTM 






53513 


Dorothy (P. ) Stecher 




RICKERT 






6611E3 


Harold D. 




PRECOUR 


66ik3 


Lillian M. (Benner) 


127c3a5 


Ad lemister 






I27c3a5 


Edward 




RIDLEY 


127c3a5 


Virginia 


719 


Rnma C. (R. ) Dean 






719 


Lydia A. 




PRIEST 


719 


Mathias 


1020 


Emily S. (P. ) Dean 






1020 


Francis D. 




RiroiouR 


1020 


Sophia B. 


656 


Daphne (R. ) Dean 




PROUTY 




BOBIIISON 


621 


Adam 


933 


Alice (Hansler) 


621 


Hannah Jane (Dean) 


933 


Alice Mabel (R. ) Dean 



933 



Vernon Hamilton 









lUDEX 


205 

BOG- sra 




ROGERS 






SAIIDERSOH 


1062 


Nellie M. (R.) DEAU 


629 


Hannah D. ( S . ) Dean 




ROF-ilEE 






SAIIGER 


14blc3c 


Emma Howland (R. ) 


Bac 


on 719 
719 


Ebenezer 
Martha (Rogers) 




ROOT 




719 


Mary (S. ) Dean 


956 


Floyd 








956 


Julia (Dean) 




iSillbl 


SARGEIIT 
Edward French 




ROSE 




l6illb 


Edward Lee 


848 


Mabel (R. ) Dean 




l6illb 
l6illb 


Mary Maria (Everett) 
Moses 




ROUSE 




l6illb 


Rhoda (Tenney) 


507b 


Belle 








507 


Hammond 






SAOTDERS 


507a 


Jennit 




5 


Prudence (S.) Dean 


507 d 


Hame 








607 


Mary lavinia (Dean) 




SAVIL 



l6fll 



873 

l87gle 

l87glc 

l87gla 

187 gib 

l87gl 

l87glf 

l87gl 

l87gld 



661al 
71 

l6f7a 
l6f7c 
I6f7e 

l6f7g 

l6f7d 

l6f7f 

l5f7b 

I5f7 

l6f7 

l6f2 



8oc 

8oi) 

8od 

80 

80a 

80 



209 

209a 

209 



RUDE 
Experience (Everett) 

(T7right) 541, 541a 

541 
RUIIQUIST 

Olive C. (R. ) Dean 
RUSH 1121 

Charles C. ;^%^ 

Edna S. ^ 1121 

Elizabeth (R. ) llorwood ^^^^ 

Isabel W. 

Jacob 

Laura (R. ) Blackwell 

Sarah (Webb) 

William Webb 



657 
870 



RUSSELL 
Harriet Taylor (R. ) 

Woodward 
Rebecca (R. ) Dean 



822a3 
822a3a 

622a3 



RUST 
Chloe 

Edward l86cla 

George l86clb 

Israel Chester l86cl 
Julia 1015 

Julia Miranda l86cl 

Laura 30 

Kelatiah (Everett) 
Phineas 

KUPP I87f2 

Eliza Jones (R. ) Everettl87f2c 

l87f2b 
SACKETT 187 f 2 

Cynthia l87f2a 

Martin 

Olive 

Olive (Dean) 98713 

Samuel 987a 

William 



SALISBURY 
Rebekah Scott (Dean) 
Stephen 
Steven 



987 
987 



928a 
928a 



Mary (S. ) Dean 

SAWDY 
Hiram 
Margaret (Dean) 

SAWYER 
Daniel 
Frank H. 
Harriet C. 
Mabel Estella (Dean) 

SCHAFFER 

Mary (S. ) (Dean) (Kickolls) 

Woodward 
SCHEHCK 

Bertha (S. ) Dean 

SCHOEHBORII 
Albert 

Aloise Vernon 
Florence (Fuller) 

SCOTT 
Charles 

Clara (S. ) Wvnn 
Julia (Moore) 
Kezia (S.) Dean 
Louis 
Rebekah (S.) Dean 

SEATON 

Alida (Carpenter) 
Arthur 

Charles Carpenter 
David 
Minerva 

SEAVER 
Frank 

Julia (S. ) Tubbs 
Lyman 

Myra Adeline (Deane) 
Rodney 

SENGEL 
Ethel (Kinsey) 
Rudolph Herman 



206 
SEH-SirO 

581 cla 
58icl 

581C1 



66iii4i3 



64e8 

121 

64e8 



DESCEITDAUTS OP JOHII EEM 



SEIISABAUGH 
Prances 3. 
Fred H. 
Stella LI. (Stone) 

SHADLE 

Mary Barbara (S. ) 

Beitler 
SHATTUCK 

Elizabeth (Puller) 

Pannie (S.) Dean 

Willard 



214 
214 



845 
I4tld3 

1063 



12 c 
12c 



SHAW 
980cl,980c2 Emma Adelia (S. ) Ells-524 

worth 
551d3 llary (S.) Plsher 

546c 
SHEABER 64.5 

983 Clara R. (£.) Dean 646b 

64611 
SHELBY 646a 

l87ala2 Katheryn (S.) Hamilton 646 



lAbldl 

IbilO 

l6ilO 



65 
65 



127c 
127c 
127c 



467 
467 
467 

467 



531a 
531b 



127cla 
127^5 



487b 



SHEPABD 

Martha (S.) Bacon 305 

Oliver 305 

Thankfxa W. (S.) Everett 



SHEPHERD 
Kehi table (Dean) 
Thomas 

SHEH,1A1I 
Eunice (Bessey) 
John 
Lydia A. (S. ) Turner 

SHERWOOD 
Bradford 
Lemuel 
Sarah Ann 
Sarah R. (Dean) 

SHULL 

Daniel G. 

Erin Augusta (Dean) 

Florence G. 

Satie 7/hitv70od (S.) 

Jaquith 
SIBLEY 

Charlotte (S.) Howard 

Charlotte S. (Turner) 

SILVER 
Isabelle (S.) Kelley 





SILVAETHORIT 




488 


Louise 


(S.) Dean 


488 


Mary 






488 


William 

SIIMOITS 






2083 


Prances 


Mary 


(s. 


2083 


i:ary (Volkers 


i) 


2083 


Wesley 


Prank 





1475 
391 

20d 
69g2al 

543 

1475 ^ 

lbf,l6i 

1475 

127c3a7b 

I27c3a7a 

127c3a7 

158.5c 

158.5c 

l6e 

l6f,l6i 

l6e 

185 

127c3a7 

69g2a 

Ibi 

20d 

69g2a 

Ibf 

96 

14blb 

14blf 

158.5c 



1297 



) Dean 



691 

691a 

691 



SIMOU 
Molly (Dean) 
John 

sz:ni:ffiR 

Elizabeth (S.) Dean 
Lydia E. (S. ) Bacon 
Maude B. (S. ) Dean 

SLACK 
Ruth (Stearns) 
Samuel 

SLATE 
Melinda (S.) Dean 

SLOCIM 
Irving 
Joseph 

Lucy (Preeborn) 
Lyman 

Mary (S. ) Lee 
Sephronia (Dean) 

SMALLEY 
Clark D. 
Mary Jane (Dean) 

SMITH 
Caroline (Heyler) 
Catherine (S. ) Pond 
Ebenezer 
Ella 

Ellen (S. ) Dean 
Emma (S. ) Deane 
Experience 
Prancis 
Gayle Lynn 
Gerald Arthur 
Gerald B. 
Irene D. 

Irene Dean (S.) Everett 
Israel 
Jesse 
Joseph 

Lois (Everett) 
Lucy (S.) Dean 
Margaret Eve (Christo- 
Mary (Dean) pherson 
Mary (Phillips) 
Mary (S. ) Everett 
Mercy (Dean) 
llathaniel 

Rhoda (S. ) Everett 
Sibbel 

Sophia (Bacon) 
Sybil C. (S. ) Bacon 
Warren 

SITIDER 
Ruby (S. ) Dean 

SHOW 
Alpheus P. 
Alpheus H. 
Sarah Meriah (Dean) 





ITf 


DKi 


207 








30L-3TE 




SOLAY 




STARR cont'd 


2306 


Prank, Jr. 


31.33 


Mary (Stone) 


23o6 


Gladys (Hennard) 


33d 


Rebecca (Blanchard) 


2306 


Shirley Marie (S.) Dean 


33e 


Samuel 






33c 


Sarah 




SOMMEBLOT 


33 


Sarah (Dean) 


66li4f 


Dale Eugene 


33j 


Solomon 


66114 


Francis Merl 






66li4g 


Leon Allen 




STEARKS 


66114 


Margaret Eliza (Harper) 


I2d,12k 


Hannah 


66114!) 


Max Arnol d 


12j 


Isaac 


66li4d 


Richard Merl 


12h3 


James 


66li4c 


Robert Warren 


12 


Job 


66li4e 


Wilfred Dean 


12,121,: 


L2h2 John 


66li4a 


William Steeth 


12h 


Joseph 






12hl 


Lucy 




SOUTHWORTH 


12g 


Lydla 


82 


Jemima (S. ) (Houghton) 


12e 


Mary 




Dean 


12h4 


Phebe 




SPAIDII-IG 


12b 


Phebe (S. ) Bradford 


187 g2c 


Ruth ,(S. ) Parks 


12 


Phoebe 






121 


Rachel (Day) 




SPENCER 


12 


Rebekah (Dean) 


651 


Charles 


12a 


Rebekah (S. ) Dap;gett 


651 


Lucinda (Dean) 


12h 


Rhoda (Tlngley) 






12c 


Ruth (S.) Slack 




SPOKESFIEID 


12,12f 


Samuel 


1115 


Alice Elizabeth (Dean) 






1115 


Fernald Bayard 




STECHER 


1115 


Fernald P. 


535t 


Dorothy (Posten) 


1115 


Louise (Stewart) 


535a 


Frederick 






535t 


Henry Dean 




STAITFORD 


535 


Henry 77. 


14c 


Lydia (S.) Bacon 


535^1 


Nancy Posten (S.) Brown 






535 


Stella Grace (Dean) 




STAlflEY 






113 


Elizabeth (Dean) 




STEIN 


222 


Freelove (S. ) Fairbanks 


980a3a 


Ann 


113 


John 


980a3 


Doris E. (Bacon) 




STAIWARD 


980&3 


Frank 


648f 


Amos 


980a 3b 


Gerald 


648e 


Hattie 






648d 


Julia (S. ) Frost 




STEVENS 


648b 


Louisa 


2001 


Alathea (Dean) 


648c 


Lucinda (S.) Johnson 


519 


B. F. 


648 


Mary Ann (Dean) 


l8bc 


Electa (S. ) I.'onre 


648a 


Mary (S.) Bovmien 


990 


Florence Edith (Deane) 


648 


Stephen 




(Crltchette) 






519^ 


Harry Wallace 




STAIIDBURY 


990 


Ithamar 


210H 


nancy T. (S. ) Pettlngell2b01 


John D. 






990a 


Mabel Margaret (S. ) 




STARK 




Anderson 


l86a2c 


Luella Vern (S. ) Illnde 


519 


Martha (Dean) 




STARR 




STEWART 


31.33 


Comfort 


822a 


Ada J. (S. ) Fuller 


33h 


Daniel 


822c 


Alice S. (S.) Sweet 


33cL 


Ebenezer 


822 


Elizabeth (Dean) 


33g 


Jeremiah 


822b2 


Elva 


33,33a 


Jonathan 


822e 


Emma 


33t 


Joslah 


2101 


Frances Edltha (S. ) Dean 


33 


Katharine 


822b3 


Frank 


33i 


Martha 


822b 


Frank C. 


31 


Martha (S.) Dean 


822d 


Fred 


33k 


Martha (S.) Pierpont 


822bl 


GertriTde 


33f 


Mary 


127c3f 


John H. 



208 

STE-TAl 

2101 
127c3f 
822TD 
1257 ^ 

I27c3fl 



127c3c 
127c3c 



990alb 

9 goal 

990al 

990ald 

990al 

990alc 

990al 

990ala 

990ale 



663g 
663g 
663g 
663g 



27 

27 

27b 
27a 



581 

581 d 

581a 

58113 

58ic2 

581c 

581c 

798 

581 e 

58lel 

58ldl 

801 

581 

7?8 

58ld2 

58le2 

31.33 

58ld 

58ld 

58le4 

58le 

58icl 

801 
58le3 



1477 



DESGENDAITTS OP JOHI! DEAN 



STEWABT cont'd 
Lojretta (Cahoon) 
Margaret Alice {!Purner) 
May (SuJrdam) 
Sheldon 
Shirley Ann 

STIGKEL 

Fred 

Violet (Turner) 

(Herman) 
STILLION 

Emily Ann 

John Edwin 

Margaret Lucille 

(Anderson) 

Marshall Lee 

Paris Hugh 

Paris James 

Sabilla Emily (Uichols) 

Stanley Deane 

Stephen Eugene 

STIRRAT 
Eliza (Detweiler) 
Frank 
James F. 
Mabel Medora (McKibhen) 

STODDARD 
Eleazer 

Elizabeth (Dean) 
Jonathan 
Mehitabel 

STOITE 

Abigail (Deane) 
Abigail (Tilcox) (Purdy) 
Adeline D. (S. ) Wilson 
Adella 

Bertha J. (S. ) Keal 
Carloine L. (Barlow) 
Dwight P. 
Emily Ann (Dean) 
Eugene Howard 
Fred Arthur 
Hannah A. 
Harriet E. (Dean) 
Israel 
John Edmond 
Luanna C. 
Mary Abigail 
Mary (S.) Starr 
O(rion) Brewer 
Priscilla (Boyden) 
Sarah Emily (Parks) 
Sarah (Francis) 
Stella H. (S. ) (Sensa- 

baugh) Costentino 
Charles Wilbur 
Winifred Ann 



STOW 
187 Jemima (S. ) Kelley 

S TO WELL 
651ila Amanda 
661ila Clara 

55lil Clara Isabella (Harper) 
66lilf Clifford Henry 
56lil,66lild Jay Monroe 
661ilc Robert Herbert 
66lile Rosalie 



989d 
29e4c3oL 

981 
21 



1191 
1191 



822b 



1485a 



822c 

1286 

822cl 

1269 

822c 

1269a 

1269 



483bl 



862a 
862 
862b 
862 c 
862 



S TORUS 
Jenny 



(S. ) Myers 



1278 



87e2 

412 

14 

213b,412 

213bi 

412 

213b 

412 

14 
412a 



STRAUSER 
Marguerite (S. ) Webb 

STURGES 
Ann Adams (S. ) Bullard 

STURROCX 
Barbara L. (S. ) Deane 

SUl.IITER 
Mary (S. ) Balch 

SmiPTER 
George 
Lil (Dean) 

SURDAi: 
May (S.) Stewart 

S'.V/ilISOII 
Lelia (S. ) IJichols 

SWEET 
Alica S. (Stewart) 
Dora (S. ) Dean 
Dorothy V. (S. ) Brooks 
Prank D. 
Pred 

Harold Dermott 
Harriet Belle (Dean) 

SWITZER 
Blanche (Wright) 

SYLVAS 
Arsenis 

Bertha (Dean) (Capelle) 
Catherine 

Charles Edgar ^ 
Perry 

TAITS 
Mabel (T. ) Dean 

TALBOT 
A. (T. ) Fairbanks 
Abigail B. (Dean) 
Abigail (Dean) (Bacon) 
Curtis 
Edward 
Edward P. 
Emeline (Fisher) 
Eveline (Pisher) 
George 
Granville A. B. 



TAPPAK 
233 Lucinda (T.) Dean 

TASKETT 
l87g3 Julia LI. (T.) Webb 

TAYLOR 

185 Abigail (T.) Dean 

825b Alberta A. (Park) 

836 Bessie E. {T. ) Dean 

825b Glare 

58lal Henry M. 

58lal Julia A. (Stone) 

TEJINEY 
iSillb Rhoda ( T. ) Sargent 

THATCHER 
gSgal Eleanor ( T. ) Webb 

THAYER 
1186 Carrie (Dean) 
1186a Edith 

THOKPSOH 

520b Clara (Alway) 

520b2 Frank W. 

520b Franklin 

5 2 Ob 3 Mark Alway 

520a Martha D. (T.) Damuth 

5 2 Obi Llary A. 

1288 Phylis (Thompson) Dean 

520 Sidney W. 

520 Zaliska Leta (Dean) 

TIDD 
1050 Helen M. ( T. ) Dean 

TIIIGLEY 
12h Rhoda (T.) Stearns 

TODD 
281 David 
120 Jane (T. ) Dean 
281 Martha A. (Dean) 
118 Uathaniel 
118 Sally (Dean) 

TOLMAII 
304 Ellen (T.) Dean 

TOLSMA 
1272 Mabel Louise ( T. ) Dean 

TOMLIIISOU 

658alb Betty (Heff) 

658alb3 Debra Lou 

66la Elizabeth (T. ) Woodward 

6 61 a Hannah (I den) 

658albl Patricia Kay 

658alb2 Paul Craig 

GsSalb Richard 

Sola Thomas 



INDEX 

66lb6 
987a 



708 

1035 
265b 
708 



2327 
2327 



66if 



209 

TAP-TUT 
TOP 
Francis Helen (T. ) 

Woodward 
TUBBS 
Julia (Seaver) 

TUCKER 
Alfred 

Eugenia (T.) Dean 
Helen M. (T. ) Eaton 
Sarah Jane (Dean) 

TULP 
Leroy William 
Shirley (Dean) 



TURBETT 
Matilda 



(T. ) Woodward 



TURIIER 
Adelaide 
7bl Alden 
Alvah 
Alvah M. 
Alvah Parker 
Bessie (Atkinson) 
Briggs 

Burt (Einzie) 
Cassie Keen 
Charles 

Charlotte (Sibley) 
Cora (T. ) Batchelder 
Delphos (Dean) 
Delphos Dean (T. ) Howard 
Duane P. 
Elba 
Ervvin 

Eva (T. ) Christopherson 
Freda Van ( T. ) Ward 
Gladys 

Hannah (Harrington) 
Helen (Fowler) 
Herbert 

Jane (T. ) Whitlock 
Laura Etta ( T. ) Maxwell 
Lillian 

Lina ley 

Louella Grace ( P. ) Mot/ 
luella Speed ( T. ) Handy 
Lydia 

Lydia A. (Sherman) 
Margaret Alice (T. ) 
Stewart 
llathan 
Oscar 

Susan A. (Bowler) 
Susan ( Dow ) 
Van Renssalaer 

Violet Kay (T. ) Herman 

Violet (T. ) Landreth 

Willard 

Woodbury 

TUTTLE 
l87e3c Allie W. (Huntington) 
470 Christina 



I27b2c 
127b, 12 
127c3b3 
127c3 
I27c3b 

I27c3 

127b2 
127c3b 

12705 
127b2a 

127b5 

127b3 

127 

127cl 

127c3bl 

127h5a 

127b5b 

I27c3a 

127c3e 

127b3a 

127c 

I27b2 

127h5 

I27b4 

127a 

127b4a 

127b2b 

127c3d 

127c2 

127c4 

127c 

I27c3f 
127 

I27b2d 
127b2 
127b 
127c 

127c3c 

I27c3b2 

127b3 

127d 



210 


DESCKIliJAClTb Uj)' 


JUHIi Diiii 


[i 


TUT-T/EA 










TUTTLE cont'd 




VIKCEUT 


470 


Fanny 


150 


Martha 'Washington (V. ) 


l87e3c 


Frad 




Dean 


470 


Paul 




VIITHING 






523ala 


George Edward 




TYIEi? 


523al 


Harold L. 


804 


Annie T. (Karriner) 
(T. ) Dean 


523al 


lucile E. (Wynn) 




UFPEITDELL 




7A1IDERV0GT 


483c3 


Edith H. (U. ) Mitchell 


1285 


Grace (V. ) Dean 




UIIIER 




VOORHEES 


30113 


Anna M. 


66ihl 


Ella Gretta (V.) Beitler 


301 


Delphos (Dean) 






300 


Elizabeth (Rankin) 




VORIS 


300 


Ephriam 


528b 


Mary (V. ) Meredith 


301 


Ephriam J. 






301a 


George 




WADSWORTH 


300a 


Herbert L. 


29d3 


Benjamin 


300 


Lidia A. (Pratt) 


29d 


Catharine (Bullard) 


300 


Roxana E. (Dean) 


24 


Elizabeth 


300 


Samuel R. 


24 


Grace (W. )(Deaii) Bullard 


301 


Sophia (Robertson) 


24,29d,29d5 John 






29d2 


Joseph 




UPHAi: 


29dl 


Rebecca 


718 


Eliza 


24 


Samuel 


718 


George 


29d4 


William 


718 


liartha Ann (U. ) Dean 




WALKER 




UPP 


89 


Abner 


I87e3l32 


Albert 


89 


Phyla (W. ) Dean 


I87e3l34 


David 






l87e5t 


Fannie (Huntington) 




WAMSLEY 


I87e3b5 


George 


927 


Amelia Matilda (W. ) 


I87e3b6 


Gordon 




Dean 


I87e3b3 


Kargery 




WARD 


187 e 31) 


Orson 


l87f3b 


Alice C. 


I87e3bl 


Philip A. K. 


l87f3a 


Alice L. 






127c3e 


Freda Van (Turner) 




TOIDGE 


I87f3 


Mary H. (Carpenter) 


l37-b2dl 


Douglas 7/alter 


I87f3 


Thomas F. 


l87b2d 


Ethel (Llott) 






l87b2d 


'//alter G. 




WARE 


I87b2d2 


Walter James 


212 


Mehitable 






212 


Rhoda (W. ) Dean 




VAl! DER SOSCH 


212 


Samuel 


1296 


Hazel (Dean) 






1296 


Kartin 




WARITER 


1296a 


Mildred Elizabeth 


14ila2b 


Elizabeth F. (W. ) 

Kelsey 




VAEDERGRIFT 




WARRB^I 


202 d4 


James 


56c 


Eleanor {!].) Curtis 


202d4 


Kary (V.) Houghton 


105cl 


Elizabeth (Holden) 






105clb 


Jane S. 




VAII LEV/ 


105cla 


Josiah H. 


663e2 


Avis Llaree 


105cl 


Samuel 


66363 


Clara May (V.L. ) 








Pickrell 




WEilTHERBSE 


663e 


Elizabeth (Hollings- 


72 


Benjamin 




worth) 


709 


Edward 


663e4 


Iva Pearl (V.L.) White 


709 


Emma Frances (Dean) 


663e 


James 


107b 


Hannah (W. ) Guild 


663e 


Joseph Myers 


265a 


Harriet A. (Eaton) 


663el 


Merle (V.L.) Corey 


265al 


Henry Endicott 



i 



IlIIiEX 





WEATHERBEE 


709 


Jesse 


265a 


John 


265a2 


John H. 


709 


Louisa P. 


72 


Miriam (B 



cont ' d 



989 

989dlc 

l87s 

I87g3 

989 

989a2a 

989 dlb 



WEBB 
Adelaide Letitia 

(Deane) (Doyle) 
Anne Llarie 
Betsy (Kelley) 
Charles Chamberlin 
Charles Erwin 
Clair Ellen 
David Christopher 



969d 989dl Deane Harold 

989dia Denis Stevens 

989dl Eleanor (Thatcher) 

l87g3a Ethel 7{. 

187 g2 Isabella (W. ) Parks 

989d2 Jane Ellen (Cantua) 

l87g3c Julia Louise 

l87g3 Julia U. (Taskett) 

989d Marguerite (Strauser) 

l87gl Sarah (U. ) Rush 

gSgdld Schuyler John 

989d Slgne (Campbell) 

989d2 «riiliam Clair 

l87g3b William H. 

l87g William S. 

WEBBEH 

48ldl Albert Killerd 

48ld Alice Lyon (Millerd) 

4.8ldlb Alice Montana 

48ld Amos A. 

48ld4b Earl 

48ldia Florence 

48ld2 Prances Belle (Coats) 

48ld4 Gertrude Mc Daniels 

48ld2 Irving Martin 

48ld3 Jenetta Alice 

48ld4e Jenette 

48ldl Martha (Ifedill) 
48ld4,48ld4a Merton L. 

2082a Marilyn L. (Mills) 

2082a Oliver James 



194 



56a 
56a 



1271 
77 



207b 
207b 
207b 



WEEKS 
Esther Ann (',7. ) Dean 





211 




WEA-WHI 




WHEELER 


759 


Beatrice Dakin (Dean) 


759a 


Dean ?. 



(Dean) (Herring) 792 



750 
750 
750 



1484 

653 

1484 

645 
663e4 
645a 
663e4 

U84 
5b3e4 

663e4 



44e 



11 

05 



8d 
29e2 

i 

48 



611 

68 d 
261 

44b 



915 

145 
WELD 915cl 

Abigail Bridge (Curtis) 051 

851 
851b 
851a 
65lg 

145 

915c2 

915c 



John 

WELLARD 
Leslie ('.7. ) Dean 

WELLER 
Mary (W. ) Dean 

V/EST 
Benjamin 
Charity 
Louisa Dexter (W. ) 

Hubbar d 



291 

194 



WHEEL OCK 
Caroline (W. ) Locker 

WHITCOMB 
Ella P. (W. ) Dean 
Mary 
Oliver 

WHITE 
Alice (Guttery) 
Caroline Adelia (Dean) 
David 0. 
Ebenezer 
Eliza (Dean) 
Precierick Hall 
Helen (W. ) Griffiths 
Capt. Henry A. 
Inez D. (W. ) Dean 
Iva Pearl (Van Lew) 
Jerusha (W. ) Dean 
Laura (Thompson) 
Mary (W. ) Dean 

WHITIHG 
Betsey (W. ) Boyd 
Calvin 
Ed77in 

Elizabeth (71. ) Fairbanks 
Isaiah 

Judith (W. ) Lewis 
Lucy (Carbee) 
Lydia (W. ) Bullard 
Mehi tabel ( Dean ) ( Shep- 
Prudence erd) 

Rebecca 

Rebecca (Fairbanks) 
Rebecca (Fairbanks ) (W. ) 

Dean 
Rebecca Farrington 

( Dean ) 
Samuel 
Sarah (Susan?) Jane (W. ) 

Dean 
Sukey (7. ) Boyd 

'.THITIISY 
Barbara Whitney (Chopp) 
Caroline (Dean) 
Dedaima 
Ella (Dean) 
Ernest 

Ethel (W. ) Curtis 
Laura (W. ) Becker 
llellie (W. ) '.Voodward 
Pliny 
Theo. D. 
Theo(aore? ) 

rraiTTEi: 

Betsey {"!. ) Dean 

TrII7,700D 
Achsah ('.7. ) Dean 



212 

WIC-WOO 



DESCEHDAIITS OP JOHII DEM 







WICKES 




WIIISLOW 


491 




Helen (W. ) Dean 


84e- 
84,84b 


Beca (Rebekah?) 

Ebenezer 






WIGHT 


84c 


Joel 


97b2 




Abigail 


84d 


Leonard 


97b 




Andrew 


84f 


Lusreshe (Lucretia?) 


97 d2 




Ann Desire 


84 


Rebekah (Dean) 


97 c 




Betsey (Fisher) 


84a 


Susannah 


97a3 




Cordelia 






97cl 




Eleazer 




'•VISE 


97aS 
97-bl 




Eliza 


1077 


Burton 




Hannah 


1077 


Rebecca (Dean) 


97a4 




Harriet 






97c. 97 


'c2 


Jason 




WIST7ALL 


97b4 




Joea 


6 


Esther (',7. ) Fisher 


97a 




Joea ff. 






97d,97al 


Joel 




WITHIITGTOIT 


31 




John 


13 


Elizabeth (Blake) 


l6b,97t3 


Joseph 


13 


Kary (7. ) Dean 


l6b 




Judith (Everett) 


13 


William 


97 d 




Lois (Holmes) 






97^>, 




Margaret (Gobbett) 




WOOD 


97al, 


97b5 Kary 


2079 


Violet (W. ) Dean 


31 




Ivlary (W. ) (Baker ) Dean 






97 a2 




Meltiah 




WOODBURY 


97 c 




Sarah ('7. ) 


148a3 


Ida E. (W. ) Everett 



178 

58ld 



656 



1461a 
146la2 
146lal 
1461a 



511d 

511b 

511 

511a 

511e 

511 

511c 



581a 
581a3 

2101 

2102 
581a 
2102 
210I 
581al 

210I 

IA76 

58la2 

6Ae3 

56la2 



WILBUR 
Mary (.7. ) Dean 

WILCOZ 
Abigail (W. ) Purdy 



WILLARD 
Nancy M. 



(W. ) Dean 



WILLET 
Freeman Allen 
Richard Freeman 
Robert Allen 
Thelma Olive (Fearson) 

WILLIALIS 
Allie 
Arthur 
B. J. 
Fred 
Lula 

Llarpiaret Isabel (Dean) 
Nellie 

WILSON 
Adeline D. (Stone) 
Dora A. 

Helen Christine (W. ) 
Helen (W. ) Dean Dean 
Henry B. 
Hulda 

John I.'iiller 
Julia A. (W. )( Taylor) 
Finn 
Lillian (Pratt) 
Loretta Ann (W. ) Dean 
Luell-" (Harding) 
Sally (W. ) Fuller 
William H. 



187a 
55b 

69^3 



66ib3 

66ig2 

66ig 

66ld5d 

661 dl 

66lala 

661 d 

66id5c 

66le 

56la 

66la2 

66ld6 

66ib6 

66ib5 

66lal 

66if 

66id6 

66ld2 

66id5b 

661 dSa 

661 dl 

66ib6c 

66la2b 

66li 

66ib4 

66ib 

66id3 

66lbl 

55^ 
b6lb6b 



WOODFORD 
Angeline 

WOODRUFF 
Lucy M. 



('7. ) Zelley 



(W. 



) (Philips) 
Fisher 
Mary Ann I'll. ) Fisher 
(WOODS) -next page 
WOODWARD 
Blanche Olive (W. ) Moore 
Carl Samuel 
Charles Fremont 
Chester Le Roy 
Clarence Edgar 
Cora Charity (Houghton) 
David 

Dorothy Eileen 
Eleanor Sophia 
Elizabeth (Tomlinson) 
Elsie (Haddock) 
Eulala (Durbin) 
Francis Helen (Top) 
Gordon Winfield 
Harriet Taylor (Russell) 
Hiram Ashford 
Homer Dewey 
Howard Ashton 
Howard Everett 
Herbert Clark 
Iva (Durbin) 
Jacqueline (W. ) Milan 
James 

Jessie Hay (W. ) Harper 
John Ralph 
John Winfield 
Lauj:a E. 
Lilith Uay (W. ) 
Lucy (W. ) Fisher 
Liar tha Jane 



Hull 



IHDKZ 

WOODWARD cont'd 
661 Majy Carter (Dean) 

66ld Mary (Crane) 

66ld Mary Elizabeth (Crane) 

5611) Mary Elizabeth (Kennedy 

56lb7 Mary Elizabeth (W. ) 

Leake 

66lb6a Prances 

66lh Mary Hannah (W. ) Beitle 

657 Mary (Schaffer ) (Dean) 

(Hickolls) 

66lg3 Mary ("7. ) Loclcwood 

66lf Matilda (Turbett) 

66lk Myrtella (',7.) Benner 

56lgla Ileil '.7. 

66lgl Ceil \7hitney 

66lg ITellie (^Vhitney) 

66ld5 Rachel Jenette (Gallehe 

66lc Rosetta 

66lb2 Sarah Eva (',7. ) Lord 
66la2,66la2a Thomas Ernest 

66lgl Velma (Hummel) 

66lb6 Victor Dean 

66lg2 Virginia L. (Mathis ) 

661 j Walter 

66ld5 Walter Blaine 

661 William Ashford 

66lalal William Dennis 

65la William Henry Clay 

65lal William Laurence 

65lala William Russell 





213 




WOO-YOU 




WYMAII 


130 


Jerusha (W. ) Dean 




WfM 


)l86clb 


Clara (Scott) 


522a 


Edward L. 


l86clb 


Fred R. 


l86clbl 


Harold 


r522al 


Lucile E. (W. ) Vinning 


522a 


Maud A. (Peters) 




YOUMAHS 


2070 


Edna D. (Frost) 


2070 


Ivah (Y. ) Deane 


2070 


Mark A. 




YOUUG 


^r) 1161 


Edgar Atwood 


1161 


Eva Alice (Y. ) Dean 


855 


Mabel (Dean) (Martin) 


1161 


Rose M. (Blake) 



WOOSTER 
989a Grace Evelyn (Doyle) 
989a Truman Gould 



WORCESTER 

94ald Alice Elizabeth 

94alb Catherine Ellen 

94alg Dean Conant 

94al Dr. E. C. 

94alh Eleanor Bonney 

94alc George Steele 

94alf Henry Everts 

94ale Jane Shedd 

94ala William Leonard 

WRIGHT 

483bl Blanche ('.7. ) Switzer 

483b Emma (Crocker) 

48lg Emma (Millerd) 

l6fll Experience (Everett) 

483b2 Florence (W. ) Klingman 

48lgla Henry Silas 

l6fll Jared 

547 Jennie ('.7. ) Dean 

48lgl Josephine M. (Knap- 

127c3a2 Lester stein) 

48lgl Luther Millerd 

48lg5 Merton Lanont 

48lg2 Milton Rowley 

48lg4 Morris Harry 

127c3a2 Perthena 

483b Philip P. 

127c3a2 Phillis (W. ) Christo- 

pherson 

48lg3 Sarah Amanda 

48lg Silas E. 

48lg2 Sue (Lipko) 



APPENDIZ I. 215 

MemlDers of other Dean families living, at various 
times, in Dedham, Mass. The records here quoted do not 
indicate any intermarriages hetween the families here 
noted and any descendants of [1] John Dean of Dedham. 
One such marriage is reported earlier in this hook — that 
of [2100] Ethel May Dean to Seth Dean, the latter a direct 
descendant of Walter Dean (l5l7-l693 approx. ) of Taunton. 



WILLIAM DEAN, housewright, of ancestry unknown, was a 

settler in Boston as early as 1668, a resi- 
dent of Dedham in 1673, and later of Lebanon, Conn. (Beg 
93-88) He married in Dedham Oct 13 1677 Mehitahle Wood, 
dau Ellis and Catharine Wood (DR I7K William served in 
Zing Philip's War (PS). 

On Feb 3f 1^99 , Benjamin Mills petitioned the co^Lrt to 
order William Dean to return the will of his father, 
which will had been "left for safe keeping in the hands 
of William Dean, of Dedham then, but now of Rehoboth," 
(SR 18-25). 

In Rehoboth, Mass., we find a William Dean, carpenter, 
whose wife's name was Mehitable, He appears at that time 
about to be leaving Rehoboth, and may have gone to Connec- 
ticut, thus explining the tradition releted by [47] Mrs, 
Seth Dean. (JWD) 

Prom the above notes, and from the date of birth of 
eon Seth in Rehoboth. it appears that William went to 
Rehoboth between l68b and 1697, probably nearer the later 
date. 

Children of William and Mehitable, born in Dedham 

1. Hannah b Dec 5, 1678 (DR 16) 

2. Alice b Oct I8, I68O (DR 20) 
3 Judith b Nov 3, 1682 (DR I8) 

4. Josiah b Mar 7, 1684-5 (DR 21) "Probably the Josiah 

whose gravestone is at Windham, Conn., died Dec 13, 
1744, aged 59 years," (JWD) Reg 93-88 mentions 
Josiah Dean of Lebanon, Conn,, where he died after 
1750. 

5. Abigail b Jan 23, 1686 (DR 22) DR 37 reports the mar- 

riage of Abigail Dean to Joseph Fairbanks on May 3, 
171b. Although the Fairbanks Genealogy identifies 
this Abigail as the daughter of William, this is in 
error, as witness the will of [1] John Dean, previ- 
ously quoted. 

Children of William and Mehitable, born in Rehoboth: (JWD) 

6. Seth b Apr 7, 1697 

7. William b Oct 12, I7OI 

The Vital Records of Dedham contain no further reference 
which can be assigned to any of the above people, thus con- 



2l6 APPENDIX I. 

firming by inference that the family moved away from Dedham. 

The thought propounded by John Ward Dean that John and 
William Dean may have been brothers seems to originate in 
the fact that William left Boston between 1668 and 1673 
and moved to Dedham, perhaps because his brother (?) was 
already there. 

The above record of William does show a nomadic leaning 
in his characteristics, whereas the descendants of John 
all stayed in Dedham, at least for three generations. Per- 
haps from this it may be inferred that V/illiam was born in 
England, and emigrated to the Colonies. On the other hand, 
many families show marked differences in characteristics 
between the sons, and it would be highly speculative to 
draw any sweeping conclusions on such thin evidence. 



II. 

SAMUEL DEAN b Oct 17 , 1700, descended through SPTiuel-^ John 

Walter Deani of Taunton, m-1 Mary Avery 
m-2 at Dedham Rachel Dwight Apr 20, I732 (DB 57) m-3 wdw 
Margaret King (Reg 3-375^ 

1. Samuel b Aug 30, 1733 g^ad Harvard I76O Minister in 

Portland, Me — settled there in I764 m Apr 3, 17^6 
Eunice Pearson. d lov 12, 1814 (Reg 4-254) 

2. Sarah b Jan 10, 1734-5 (DR 62, 63) 

3. Josiah b Jan 21, 1736-7 (DR 64) A doctor (MD) at Upton, 

Mass.* "Josiah Dean of Upton and Abigail Richards of 
Dedham married Dec 2, I762." (DR 99) 

4. Elijah b Fe^o 19, 1737-8 (DR 67) "Deacon Elijah Dean of 

Mansfield, Mass., died 1830, aged 94."* 

5. Ebenezer b May 30, I74I (DR 68, 97) "A doctor (MD), ' 

settled at Plympton, Mass."* 

6. John b June 11, I743 (DR 72, 87) "Settled at Standish, 

Maine."* 



7. Daniel b June 12, I74I (DR 74, 97) "Deacon Daniel died 
Feb 7, 1805."* "lydia Whitman m I77O Deacon Daniel 
Dean son of Samuel and Rachel Dean of llorton."** 

* Dwight Genealogy II, B. W. Dwight I874 

**Whitman Genealogy, Parnam, 1889 

Upton is southeast of Worcester; Mansfield, Plympton and 
Korton nearer to Taunton than to Dedham. 



APPEIIDIX I. 217 

III. 

JOmi DEAII, "b llorton, Mass., Pe"b 28, I8II, s John and Betsey 

{Elizabeth) Dean, "both of Llansf ield. d Dedham 
Sept 4, 1864. (This father, John Dean, in turn a son of 
John and Abigail Dean, of Mansfield.) John m Dedham Dec 10, 
1846 Louise W. Whiting of Dedham h May 10, 1816 dau Israel 
Whiting of Dedham and Thankful G. Whiting of Barre, (Mass.?) 
Louisa died June 10. I879 

1. John YiThitlng Dean "b Dedham Mar 22, I848 d May 22, I880 

Prohate of estate (IIR 21-994) mentions no widow. ) 

2. Louisa Maria Dean (Maria Louisa in marriage notice). 

h Dedham June 12, I858 m Oct 28,l880 Elmer P. Morse 
of Dedham s Sidney and Abigail ( Colhurn) Morse. 



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