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Charles640 (#48039712)
 member for 3 years, 8 months, 22 days
Todd James Dean
RE: Hiram Lucius Dean
Sorry, I'm the Benjamin Dean 1777 line, not yet linked to your line as far as I know. I have much info for both lines but no connections.

James R. Dean 1942
Ralph F. Dean 1907-1981
Charles E. Dean 1878-1968
Benjamin F. Dean 1851-1900
James H. Dean 1820-1888
Benjamin Dean 1777-1852

then probably, but not properly confirmed:

Benjamin 1739-1815
Reuben Dean 1701-1790
Thomas 1664-1730
Joseph 1638-1717
Thomas 1603-1675 Kent, England

I have no proof of Benjamin 1777's parentage

Thanks for the work you do.

Added by Todd James Dean on Jan 26, 2016 1:07 PM

Todd James Dean
Hiram Lucius Dean
Sorry it took me so long to reply. I'm not yet at all linked to this line of Deans that I know of. I am very interested in all the olden Dean families in America and have been working on all their genealogies for 30 years. I believe most of them are related and it is just a matter of time and effort before links are made. I hope it turns out we are related, it is always nice to add living relatives to the tree. Thanks for the inquiry and the work you are doing.

Added by Todd James Dean on Jan 26, 2016 9:35 AM

Betty Frank
Lillian A. Malcolm Feighner
I don't know how you knew that I added this person but you sure didn't waste any time putting her headstone picture on her memorial page. THANKS!!!

Added by Betty Frank on Apr 09, 2013 8:13 PM

Dixie Baldwin
RE: Senkbeil Headstones
Thanks Charles your are my hero, you added another piece to the never ending puzzle, and I would appreciate if you don't mind in taking over their memorial site, thanks again, Dixie Baldwin

Added by Dixie Baldwin on Apr 02, 2013 9:37 AM

Dixie Baldwin
Senkbeil Headstones
Thanks Charles for the headstone photos, I greatly appreciate them. Now I have a question for you Gwendolyn's parents were both living in Midland and I wonder if you have ever came across Ladessa Pearl(1879-1962) and Clarence Walter Patrick(1877-1951) Possibly buried in the same cemetery. Any information you might have would be greatly appreciated. Thanks again, Dixie Baldwin

Added by Dixie Baldwin on Mar 30, 2013 12:14 PM


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