Clay City (Clay County)
Jane (Robson) Dinning (Denning) came to United State in 1852 with her four children Hannah, Peter, Joseph, and Elizabeth Dinning from England. She and her children came to America to meet up with her husband the Rev. John Dinning who had came to America three years before his family to find work in the coalmine and set up a home for when his wife Jane and the children would come to Untied States to be with him.
The Dinning Family was naturalized as new citizens of Untied States on September 3, 1852. And by a clerks accident the Dinning last name was changed to Denning.
After settling in Akron, Ohio for a brief period the Denning family traveled west. Stopping in the Terra Haute, Indiana area for the fall and winter months. Jane died of Milk fever along with a newborn male child.
Jane (Robson) Denning grave has never been found. It has been lost in time. After Jane's death John married a local girl from Clay County, Indiana her name was Rebecca Ann Little.
And a new Denning family was carried on from there.
John Edward Denning (1817 - 1896)*
Hannah B. Denning McGinnity (1844 - 1921)*
Joseph Denning (1845 - 1931)*
Peter Denning (1847 - 1937)*
Elizabeth Denning Ferrell (1849 - 1936)*
Infant Son Denning (1857 - 1857)*
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Originally Created by: Charles W Brown
Record added: Oct 24, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 16306928
Charles W Brown
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