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Martha Mary DENTON5,128 was born about 1738.5,128 She is reference number 7915. Parents: Abraham Jr Capt. DENTON and Mary ODELL.


Mary DENTON5,128 was born on 9 Jan 1697.5,128 She is reference number 480. Parents: Samual Jr. DENTON and Abigale BARLOW.


Mary Ellison DENTON5,128 was born in 1668.5,128 She is reference number 7867. Parents: Samuel 1 DENTON and Mary SMITH.


Matthew Ryan DENTON.19 Parents: Tony Everett DENTON and Debra Lynn JOYCE.


Nathaniel 3Ed DENTON5,128 was born about 1679.5,128 Parents: Nathaniel Jr. DENTON and Deborah ASHMAN.


Nathaniel Jr. DENTON5,128 was born in 1652.5,128 He died in 1719.5,128 He is reference number 7909. Parents: Nathaniel Sr. DENTON.

Spouse: Deborah ASHMAN. Nathaniel Jr. DENTON and Deborah ASHMAN were married in 1679.5,128 Children were: Nathaniel 3Ed DENTON, Catherine DENTON, James DENTON, Robert DENTON.

Spouse: Elizabeth SMITH. Nathaniel Jr. DENTON and Elizabeth SMITH were married in 1696.5,128 Children were: Nehemiah DENTON, Timothy DENTON, Deborah DENTON, Martha DENTON.


Nathaniel Sr. DENTON5,128 was born in 1629 in Jamaica, NY.5,128 He died in 1699.5,128 He is reference number 7862. Parents: Richard Rev. DENTON and Helen WINDBANK.

Children were: Nathaniel Jr. DENTON.

Spouse: Elizabeth SMITH. Nathaniel Sr. DENTON and Elizabeth SMITH were married in 1696.5,128


Nehemiah DENTON5,128 was born about 1697.5,128 Parents: Nathaniel Jr. DENTON and Elizabeth SMITH.


Phebe DENTON5,128 was born in 1679.5,128 She is reference number 7869. Parents: Samuel 1 DENTON and Mary SMITH.


Phebe DENTON5,128 was born on 2 Jun 1765.5,128 Parents: Samual DENTON and Mary HALSTEAD.


Phobe DENTON5,128 was born in 1733 in Shennadoaah, VA.5,128 She died in Burk Co., NC.5,128 Parents: Abraham Jr Capt. DENTON and Mary ODELL.

Spouse: William PLUMLEE. William PLUMLEE and Phobe DENTON were married.


Phoebe DENTON5,128 was born in 1634.5,128 She is reference number 7865. Parents: Richard Rev. DENTON and Helen WINDBANK.


Richard DENTON5,128 was born in 1517 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England.5,128 He died in England.5,128

Spouse: Gannett BANYSTER. Richard DENTON and Gannett BANYSTER were married. Children were: John DENTON, Janet DENTON, Richard Sir. DENTON, Samuelis DENTON.


Richard DENTON5,128 was born about 1637.5,128 He is reference number 7906. Parents: Richard Rev. DENTON and Helen WINDBANK.


Richard Rev. DENTON5,128 was born on 5 Apr 1603 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England.5,128 He was baptized on 19 Apr 1603 in Halifax Yorks.5,128 He died in 1663 in Essix England.5,128 He is reference number 1562. [master ged.FTW]

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I never really know what to send out because I assume I am the last oneto find the pearl. But I found this so interesting I thought I best sendit. To those of you where this is old hat just hit the delete button.

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Ken
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The history of the Town of Hempstead really begins prior to its officialinception in 1644. In 1636 settlers from the Plymouth, MassachusettsColony established the towns of Hartford, Windsor and Wethersfield(called Watertown) in Connecticut. Fro m Wethersfield a handful of peoplejourneyed along the Long Island Sound and established Stamford,Connecticut. This group included the Reverend Richard Denton and his foursons. In 1643, two emissaries (Robert Fordham and John Carman [Fordham'sson-i n-law]) were sent across the Long Island Sound to the Dutch-heldwesterly part of Long Island to obtain town rights from William Kieft(Director General) and to purchase title from the Indians. In December of1643, Carman and Fordham met with triba l representation of theReuckowacky, the Merockes, Matinecock, and Massapequas and a land deedwas negotiated on December 13, 1643. The deed failed to specifyboundaries of the vast land tract that was to become Hempstead. Nor didit mention any for m of compensation for the tribes. The Deed that Fordhamand Carman had concluded with the Indians in 1643 was not confirmed untilJuly 4, 1657.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~
Although colonists began to come over to what is present day Hempstead[The name Hempstead seems to derive from Hemel-Hempstead, in GreatBritain, which means town spot.], it was not until November of 1644 thatDutch Director General William Kieft is sued the patent granting thesettlers rights and title [Kieft Patent].~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~
During the early years, the decisions that came out of the Town ofHempstead Annual and Special Meetings formed the basis for localgovernment and community living. Primarily these decisions, often termedas "orders" dealt with the community land an d the enforcement of locallaws. The following excerpts provide a flavor of these early TownMeetings:

May 2, 1654 - It is ordered by all the inhabitants that hath any right inthe work shall sufficiently make up either his or their proportion offence at or before the 15th day of May next ensuing the date hereof stilonova and every person or person s that is found negligent in so doing,shall pay for every rod defective two shillings and sixpence.1

May 2, 1658 - At a town meeting this present day, it is ordered thatevery inhabitant within this town of Hempstead shall within five days,after the date hereof, give in to be enlisted by the Town Clerk, alllands that was ploughed, and reaped an d gathered viz. hollows, uplands,homelots, excepting one hollands acre by patent allowed, for eachinhabitant, allowance whereby our tithe may be paid unto the Governoraccording to our agreement, being one hundred shocks of wheat.2

July 10, 1658 - It is ordered and agreede by general vote ye Mr. RichardGildersleve, according to appointment is to go to Mannatens to agree withye Governor concerning the tytles and therein is ordered not to exceedeone hundred scheepels [sic ] of wheate (and if required) it is to bedelivered at the towne habour and the charge of his journey is to bedefrayed by the towne.3

During the twenty years under Dutch rule the Town of Hempstead had a goodmeasure of self-rule. Elections were allowed for magistrates, a clerk,five townsmen, a pounder, cattle keepers, hay warden, and other localofficials. Following the British ta king of New York from the Dutch, theDuke's Law Convention was held in Hempstead in February, 1665. Thepurpose of the Convention was to adopt basic principles of law, localgovernment, and approve a constitution. The following towns sentdelegates : Southampton, Seatalcott (Brookhaven), Huntington, Oyster Bay,Hempstead, Jamaica, Gravesend, Newtown, Flushing, Brooklyn, Bushwick,Flatbush, New Utrecht, and from the mainland, Westchester. Hempstead sentJohn Hicks and Robert Jackson.

In 1683, the New York Colony divided into twelve counties, and Hempsteadbecame part of Queens County.

At the April 1, 1684 Town Meeting it is agreed upon by majority votethat all and every person that have had grants of home lots are obliged,either to fence, build upon or improve them within three years and oneday's time, or if they do not improv e the same Lotts according to yeabove written agreement in the time specified, then the said home lottsbelonging to the persons they were given to, are to return to the towneagain...."4

With the British back in charge, and Hempstead under British rule, theTown patent was again revised [Dongan Patent] in 1686.
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Hi Cousins,

I never really know what to send out because I assume I am the last one to find the pearl. But I found this so interesting I thought I best send it. To those of you where this is old hat just hit the delete button.

Fondly,

Ken
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~


The history of the Town of Hempstead really begins prior to its official inception in 1644. In 1636 settlers from the Plymouth, Massachusetts Colony established the towns of Hartford, Windsor and Wethersfield (called Watertown) in Connecticut. From Wethersfield a handful of people journeyed along the Long Island Sound and established Stamford, Connecticut. This group included the Reverend Richard Denton and his four sons. In 1643, two emissaries (Robert Fordham and John Carman [Fordham's son-in-law]) were sent across the Long Island Sound to the Dutch-held westerly part of Long Island to obtain town rights from William Kieft (Director General) and to purchase title from the Indians. In December of 1643, Carman and Fordham met with tribal representation of the Reuckowacky, the Merockes, Matinecock, and Massapequas and a land deed was negotiated on December 13, 1643. The deed failed to specify boundaries of the vast land tract that was to become Hempstead. Nor did it mention any form of compensation for the tribes. The Deed that Fordham and Carman had concluded with the Indians in 1643 was not confirmed until July 4, 1657.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
Although colonists began to come over to what is present day Hempstead [The name Hempstead seems to derive from Hemel-Hempstead, in Great Britain, which means town spot.], it was not until November of 1644 that Dutch Director General William Kieft issued the patent granting the settlers rights and title [Kieft Patent].~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~
During the early years, the decisions that came out of the Town of Hempstead Annual and Special Meetings formed the basis for local government and community living. Primarily these decisions, often termed as "orders" dealt with the community land and the enforcement of local laws. The following excerpts provide a flavor of these early Town Meetings:

May 2, 1654 - It is ordered by all the inhabitants that hath any right in the work shall sufficiently make up either his or their proportion of fence at or before the 15th day of May next ensuing the date hereof stilo nova and every person or persons that is found negligent in so doing, shall pay for every rod defective two shillings and sixpence.1

May 2, 1658 - At a town meeting this present day, it is ordered that every inhabitant within this town of Hempstead shall within five days, after the date hereof, give in to be enlisted by the Town Clerk, all lands that was ploughed, and reaped and gathered viz. hollows, uplands, homelots, excepting one hollands acre by patent allowed, for each inhabitant, allowance whereby our tithe may be paid unto the Governor according to our agreement, being one hundred shocks of wheat.2

July 10, 1658 - It is ordered and agreede by general vote ye Mr. Richard Gildersleve, according to appointment is to go to Mannatens to agree with ye Governor concerning the tytles and therein is ordered not to exceede one hundred scheepels [sic] of wheate (and if required) it is to be delivered at the towne habour and the charge of his journey is to be defrayed by the towne.3

During the twenty years under Dutch rule the Town of Hempstead had a good measure of self-rule. Elections were allowed for magistrates, a clerk, five townsmen, a pounder, cattle keepers, hay warden, and other local officials. Following the British taking of New York from the Dutch, the Duke's Law Convention was held in Hempstead in February, 1665. The purpose of the Convention was to adopt basic principles of law, local government, and approve a constitution. The following towns sent delegates: Southampton, Seatalcott (Brookhaven), Huntington, Oyster Bay, Hempstead, Jamaica, Gravesend, Newtown, Flushing, Brooklyn, Bushwick, Flatbush, New Utrecht, and from the mainland, Westchester. Hempstead sent John Hicks and Robert Jackson.

In 1683, the New York Colony divided into twelve counties, and Hempstead became part of Queens County.

At the April 1, 1684 Town Meeting it is agreed upon by majority vote that all and every person that have had grants of home lots are obliged, either to fence, build upon or improve them within three years and one day's time, or if they do not improve the same Lotts according to ye above written agreement in the time specified, then the said home lotts belonging to the persons they were given to, are to return to the towne again...."4

With the British back in charge, and Hempstead under British rule, the Town patent was again revised [Dongan Patent] in 1686.
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Spouse: Helen WINDBANK. Richard Rev. DENTON and Helen WINDBANK were married about 1623 in Unknown.5 Reference Number:2014 Children were: Tymothie DENTON, Nathaniel Sr. DENTON, Samuel 1 DENTON, Daniel DENTON, Phoebe DENTON, Sarah DENTON, Richard DENTON.


Richard Sir. DENTON5,128 was born in 1557 in Worley, Yorkshire, England.5,128 He died on 9 Dec 1619 in Hertfordshire, England.5,128 He is reference number 1564. Parents: Richard DENTON and Gannett BANYSTER.

Spouse: Susan SIBELLA. Richard Sir. DENTON and Susan SIBELLA were married in 1581 in Worley, England.5 Reference Number:2015 Children were: John DENTON, Thomas DENTON, Alice DENTON, Susan DENTON, Margaret DENTON, Richard Rev. DENTON.


Robert DENTON5,128 was born about 1684.5,128 Parents: Nathaniel Jr. DENTON and Deborah ASHMAN.


Ruth DENTON5,128 was born in 1693.5,128 She is reference number 7891. Parents: Samual Jr. DENTON and Abigale BARLOW.


Samual DENTON5,128 was born on 29 Dec 1731 in Hempstead, Li., NY..5,128 He is reference number 2190.

Spouse: Mary HALSTEAD. Samual DENTON and Mary HALSTEAD were married on 29 Mar 1754 in St. George Episcopal Church, Hempstead, Li NY..5,128 Reference Number:2275 Children were: Sarah DENTON, Joseph DENTON, John DENTON, Samuel DENTON, Elizabeth DENTON, Phebe DENTON, Jonas DENTON, Lawrence DENTON.


Samual Jr. DENTON5,128 was born in 1665.5,128 He died on 14 Feb 1718 in Jamica, NY.5,128 He is reference number 7866. Parents: Samuel 1 DENTON and Mary SMITH.

Spouse: SMITH. Samual Jr. DENTON and SMITH were married in 1686.5,128 Reference Number:30151

Spouse: Abigale BARLOW. Samual Jr. DENTON and Abigale BARLOW were married about 1695.5,128 Reference Number:30155 Children were: Samuel DENTON, Ruth DENTON, John DENTON, Mary DENTON, John DENTON, Deborah DENTON, Twin Daughters DENTON, Joseph DENTON, Ceziah DENTON, Jemima DENTON, Ann DENTON, Twin Daughters DENTON, Martha DENTON.


Samuel DENTON5,128 was born on 14 Oct 1687.5,128 He is reference number 7902. Parents: Samual Jr. DENTON and Abigale BARLOW.


Samuel DENTON5,128 was born about 1735 in Goshen Twp, Orange Co., NY..5,128 He appeared in the census in 1790 in Goshen Twp, Orange Co., NY..5,128 He is reference number 7913. Parents: Abraham Jr Capt. DENTON and Mary ODELL.


Samuel DENTON5,128 was born on 1 Jul 1760.5,128 Parents: Samual DENTON and Mary HALSTEAD.


Samuel 1 DENTON5,128 was born on 29 May 1631 in Halifax, Yorkshire, England.5,128 He was baptized on 29 May 1631 in Coley Chapel Halifax England.5,128 [NEED TO DEFINE SENTENCE: Alt. Birth]5,128 He appeared in the census in 1698 in Hempstead, Nassau Co., NY.5,128 He died on 15 Mar 1714 in Hempstead Li NY.5,128 He is reference number 1560. Parents: Richard Rev. DENTON and Helen WINDBANK.

Spouse: Mary SMITH. Samuel 1 DENTON and Mary SMITH were married in 1656 in Hempstead, Li, NY.5 Reference Number:2013 Children were: Jane DENTON, Benjamin DENTON, Samual Jr. DENTON, Mary Ellison DENTON, James DENTON, Abraham DENTON, Jonas DENTON, Phebe DENTON, Martha DENTON, Elizabeth DENTON.


Samuel 3 DENTON5,128 was born on 29 Sep 1679.5,128 He is reference number 7880. Parents: Daniel DENTON and Hannah 2Nd Wife LEONARD.


Samuelis DENTON5,128 was born on 3 Aug 1561.5,128 Parents: Richard DENTON and Gannett BANYSTER.


Sarah DENTON5,128 was born about 1636.5,128 She is reference number 7905. Parents: Richard Rev. DENTON and Helen WINDBANK.


Sarah DENTON5,128 was born about 1680.5,128 She is reference number 7881. Parents: Daniel DENTON and Hannah 2Nd Wife LEONARD.


Sarah DENTON5,128 was born on 17 Nov 1754.5,128 Parents: Samual DENTON and Mary HALSTEAD.


Susan DENTON5,128 was born on 22 Sep 1588.5,128 Parents: Richard Sir. DENTON and Susan SIBELLA.


Temperance DENTON5,128 was born in 1718.5,128

Spouse: Thomas BRUSH. Thomas BRUSH and Temperance DENTON were married on 12 Jan 1736 in Huntington, Li. NY.5,128 Children were: Rebecca BRUSH, Temperance BRUSH, Thomas BRUSH, Sarah BRUSH, Jesse BRUSH, Gilbert BRUSH, Mary BRUSH, Jesse BRUSH.


Thomas DENTON5,128 was born in 1584.5,128 Parents: Richard Sir. DENTON and Susan SIBELLA.


Timothy DENTON5,128 was born about 1699.5,128 Parents: Nathaniel Jr. DENTON and Elizabeth SMITH.


Tony Everett DENTON.19

Spouse: Debra Lynn JOYCE. Children were: Matthew Ryan DENTON, Christopher Malachi DENTON.


Twin Daughters DENTON5,128 was born on 21 Apr 1704.5,128 She is reference number 7896. Parents: Samual Jr. DENTON and Abigale BARLOW.


Twin Daughters DENTON5,128 was born on 21 Apr 1704.5,128 She is reference number 7897. Parents: Samual Jr. DENTON and Abigale BARLOW.


Tymothie DENTON5,128 was born in 1627.5,128 He is reference number 7861. Parents: Richard Rev. DENTON and Helen WINDBANK.


William Field DENTON395 was born in 1833 in AR.395 He died in Oct 1883 in Boggy Depot, Choctaw Indian Terriorty, Oklahoma.395 [2333582.ged]

Indian Pioneer History Project for Oklahoma--Date Feb. 14, 1938--J. P.
Denton Interview, Stringtown, Oklahoma-date of birth 1872 in
Arkansas-father W. F. De nton- mother Adaline Geer.
Boggy Depot, Fifty-Five years ago
I was born in Ar kansas in 1872. My father was W. F. Denton and my mother
Adaline Geer, both fr om Texas. My father came to the Indian Territory
when I was very small and loc ated at Boggy Depot. He was a tenant farmer
and rented the land by permit. We were only allowed a certain amount of
stock but were not restricted on the kin d of crop we planted. Father
raised more cotton than any other kind of crop, f or cotton was the main
money crop. We rented our land from Peter Matubby.
Jul ius Fulsom owned the tall bride over Boggy at Boggy Depot and my
father operat ed the bridge for him. Father got half of the profits from
the bridge. Later h e was killed by Fulsom. No one ever knew why. Thre
were no witnesses. After th e shooting, Fulsom went to Joe Wards and tiold
Jowe that he had shot Denton. W hen Ward got to the bridge Dwenton was
dead. Friends of mu father said that Fu lsom cried all night after the
shooting because he had killed his best friend. Both men were bad
tempered and Fulsom claimed they disagreed about the money.
The Weekly Elevator- Ft. Smith, Arkansas Newspaper- March 7, 1884
U.S. Court Proceedings--Julius C. Fulsom Convicted of Manslaughter
At the close of our l ast report the trial of Julius C. Fulsom, a
prominent citizen of the Choctaw c ountry, charged with murder, was in
progress. The case was given over to the j ury late Monday evening, and
they remained out until Tuesday afternoon, when t hey returned a verdict
of manslaughter and Mr. Fulsom was commited to jail. He killed a white
man named W. F. Denton on the 13th day of October last. Denton was a
renter on Fulsom's farm and the two men became involved in a difficulty
over a settlement. At the November term of the Court Folsom came in and
gave himself up, demanding a trial. He was allowed to go on bond until a
trial was had which terminated as above. There were no no eye witnesses
to the killing, which Fulsom claims was done in self- defense. Denton
having attacked him wit h a hoe, which was exhibited at the trial. The
defendant is a man of excellent appearance, about 55 years of age, and
has held many responsible positions on the Territory during his time. He
has a good education, having been educated at Harvard University. His
son, who is at this time a clerk of the Chowtaw ena te, was here at the
trial and was very much surprised at its termination havin g every reason
to believe his father would be acquitted. A motion for a new he aring will
be made in due time, which we hope the court will see proper to gra nt.

Spouse: Darthula GEAR. William Field DENTON and Darthula GEAR were married on 16 Feb 1870.395 Children were: James Presley DENTON.


Anna Eulalia DENTZER3,41 was born on 6 Jun 1640 in Steinbach, Odenwald, Hessen-Nassau, Prussia.3,41 She died on 11 Mar 1700.3,41 She is reference number 84469. Parents: Heinrich Ludwig DENTZER and Katherine Margereta.

Spouse: Herr Georg HENCHEL. Herr Georg HENCHEL and Anna Eulalia DENTZER were married on 29 Jan 1678.3,41 Reference Number:1358708 Children were: Elizabetha HINKLE, Antonius Jacobus HENCKEL.


Anna Eulalia DENTZER7,138 was born in 1640 in Steinberg, Germany. She died on 11 Mar 1700 in Steinberg, Germany. Parents: Othmar DENTZER and Louisa WAGNER.

Spouse: Gerog HENKEL-HENCHEL. Gerog HENKEL-HENCHEL and Anna Eulalia DENTZER were married on 2 May 1666 in Germany. Children were: Anthonius Jacobus A. HENKEL.


Heinrich Ludwig DENTZER3,41 was born on 27 Jan 1628 in Steinbach, Odenwald, Hessen, Germany.3,41 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 84491. Parents: Othmar DENTZER and Louisa WAGNER.

Spouse: Katherine Margereta. Heinrich Ludwig DENTZER and Katherine Margereta were married. Reference Number:1365666 Children were: Anna Eulalia DENTZER.


Johann Nicholas DENTZER3,41 was born in 1644.3,41 He died on 8 Feb 1703.3,41 He is reference number 84294.

Spouse: Barbara Catherine GIEBEL. Johann Nicholas DENTZER and Barbara Catherine GIEBEL were married. Reference Number:1358850 Children were: Maria Elizabeth DENZER.


Johann Nicolaus DENTZER7,138 was born about 1641 in Birkenau, Germany. Parents: Simon DENTZER.

Spouse: Barbara Catherine GEIBEL. Johann Nicolaus DENTZER and Barbara Catherine GEIBEL were married. Children were: Mary Elizabeth DENTZER.


Maria Eliazbeth DENTZER3,41 was born in 1693.3,41 She died Unknown.3 She is reference number 83942.

Spouse: Abraham ESCHMANN. Abraham ESCHMANN and Maria Eliazbeth DENTZER were married. Reference Number:1358301 Children were: Madalena ESCHMANN.


Mary Elizabeth DENTZER7,138 was born on 26 May 1672 in German Valley, Pendleton Co., VA.. She died on 23 Jan 1744 in Germantown, PA.. Parents: Johann Nicolaus DENTZER and Barbara Catherine GEIBEL.

Spouse: Anthonius Jacobus A. HENKEL. Anthonius Jacobus A. HENKEL and Mary Elizabeth DENTZER were married on 25 Apr 1692 in Daudenzell, Germany. Children were: John Justus HINKLE.


Othmar DENTZER7,138 was born in 1595 in Steinberg, Germany. He died on 25 Aug 1676 in Berkenath, Germany.

Spouse: Louisa WAGNER. Othmar DENTZER and Louisa WAGNER were married. Children were: Anna Eulalia DENTZER.


Othmar DENTZER3,41 was born on 8 May 1620 in Otenwald, Hessen, Germany.3,41 He died Unknown.3 He is reference number 84502.

Spouse: Louisa WAGNER. Othmar DENTZER and Louisa WAGNER were married. Reference Number:1365982 Children were: Heinrich Ludwig DENTZER.


Simon DENTZER7,138 was born in 1614 in Marburg, Hessen-Nassau, Germany.

Children were: Johann Nicolaus DENTZER.


Mary DENUNE7,188 was born on 3 Mar 1751 in MD. She died after 1810 in Prince George's, MD. Parents: William DENUNE and Elizabeth DUVALL.

Spouse: John Inglehart IGLEHART. John Inglehart IGLEHART and Mary DENUNE were married. Children were: Jeminma INGLEHART, Richard INGLEHART, Elizabeth INGLEHART, William INGLEHART, Levi INGLEHART, James INGLEHART, Dennis INGLEHART, Mary Sarah INGLEHART, John INGLEHART, Jacob Inglehart IGLEHART.


William DENUNE7,188 was born about 1700 in Scotland. He died in 1756 in Prince George's, MD.

Spouse: Elizabeth DUVALL. William DENUNE and Elizabeth DUVALL were married. Children were: Mary DENUNE.

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