I was introduced to Geneology in 1980. I've been addicted ever since.
I am THRILLED to make transfers to ANYONE provided they are going to improve & take care of the memorials and that I have not placed a RED FLOWER on it. BRIGHT RED FLOWERS indicate my family, relatives and V.I.P.'s. I won't usually transfer these memorials. I'm not picky about relationship, family or not. Just because I walked into a cemetery with a digital camera or I opened a cemetery book and created memorials does not mean I own anything or have the right to be difficult or greedy ....... I promptly fix mistakes and delete doubled memorials, please let me know! These memorials belong to US as a group and they are actually OWNED by Ancestry.com.- not me.
The TOMBSTONE and LOT pictures I have placed are yours to use for other genealogical purposes to include other sites.
This site is not called "Find-a-Document". Documents take up what limited space there is for photographs of the PERSON, HOUSE, or tombstone and GRAVE AREA. Please respect the memorials I manage and resist posting copied paperwork or certificates to where the photographs belong.
If you have some corrections, requests, links, additional info., ect., PLEASE use "EDIT" tabs located on upper right side of each memorial for all these things, not this Bio. page or my Email. Thank you for your time and any help or corrections you can send!!!! !
I have great respect for "UNKNOWN BURIALS". If you have OLD memorials that are "unknown burial" and you want to move it to the proper cemetery just because you found my memorial posted there, fine, I am still HAPPY to delete my memorial provided yours is older and more complete. I will even move my grave pictures to your memorial if you prefer. Let us NOT have doubled memorials!
My family -back 3 generations: DEAN, WARREN, BUMPUS, CASTERLINE, STREBY, SHANNON, WARNER, SMITH, ROWE, TOWNSEND, BUCKMASTER, WEBB, MILLS, STINEMETZ.
RE: Dean John G. Dean and Annia hand a son named named John E. Dean, Feb 20 1897, I know that as well as you that John G was buried in Mount Vernon, OH. John E (Enius) Dean married to Inez they had 2 daughters together, 1. Beverly Dean Simmons, died in Indianapolis IN. and Peggy Dean Nemeth, died in South Bend, IN. Then he and Inez got a divorce and John E. had 2 more children, Lynne Dean Monroe, Ohio, and John Robert Dean Peru, They all grew up in Logansport IN. John e. died of Lou Garret desists in 1960. Before that he owned and operated Deans Grocery in Logansport Indiana. John E. Dean was remarried to Lucille Dean,Sands She is Buried beside John E. Dean in Mount Hope Cemetery aka Lucille Shanks. Lynne married David Monroe and lives in Caledonia OH, 3 kids one boy John Monroe wife Tammy, 2kids 1 boy Dean Monroe, 1 daughter Ellia Monroe, Ohio. Tomas Monroe married to Marisa Monroe VA. (no kids)and Jennifer Carrington and her husband Chuck, (no kids) VA., My husband John Robert, has no children at all but I had 2 children and he loves them like his own. no one to carry this Dean line and name on this side.
John G. Dean Hello Mr. Todd, My husband is John R. Dean, his father was John E. Dean and his mother was Mary Hurbaugh Dean. They lived in Mouth Vernon Oh. John R.Dean, my husband lives in Logansport IN. We are looking for this line of Deans. My husband, John R. Dean was thinking he was the last of the Dean. If there is any information you have on these people let me know please. John G. Dean b.1850 in NJ,and Mary Ann Dean (Hurbaugh) b.1855 children: Nellie Dean b. 1880 Ester Dean b. 1877 Noble Dean b. 1886 Clara Dean b. 1984 Margurete Dean b. 1894 John E. Dean b. 1898 I believe they were all in Mt. Vernon, OH. Thank you for what ever you can and will do. thank you Cynthia Dean wife of John R. Dean email@example.com
Dean descendants in Tenn. Hi, Todd! I am Walter Jeryl "JERRY" Dean,a retired newspaper journalist and direct descendant of George Roger Dean, Daniel Dean, Joseph Dean, Jos. Newton Dean, Walter Parry Dean and Jos. Edward Dean of Arkansas, all of whom are in my direct line. Daniel and Jennet Steele Dean of Augusta County, VA, whose remains are interred in the Dean Cemetery near Jamestown, are my ggg-grands. I was born in Little Rock, Ark., 10/12/1945, to Joe and Nola Dean. He was the grandson of Judge Jos. Newton Dean of Xenia who was a veteran of the 40th Ohio, 1861-5. I was excited to find your elaborate Find-a-Grave site. Thanks for all the work you have invested. I have four children of my own in Tenn., Ark. and Okla. and will apprise them of the info available here. I am compiling info that links our line back to George Soule, a tutor aboard the Mayflower who was youngest signatory to the Mayflower Compact in 1620. I also had an ancestor, John Tyus, resident of James Cittie, VA at about that same time. I find genealogy fascinating but cannot spend as much time in research as I would like. Thank you for your continued efforts on behalf of all Deans.
I must commend and thank you for posting the photos of the joint headstone of my 2nd great-aunt, Lucinda Simpson Nelson, and her husband, Henry C. Nelson. I'm so appreciative because none of the family knew where they were buried.
Mary Jane Harford Hi. I am exited to find that your list of Dean's show Mary Jane Harford. I have been trying to trace the Dean family.I was adopted at birth and didn't find my Dean family in Anacortes Wash. until a few years ago.. I met my half sisters ( my grandfather was James M. Dean) and we are in touch. I have all their records up to the present time.I will be glad to share them with you. Tell me about the book you wrote on the Deans.I will work on getting all the names and dates as soon as I can. D.P.
Sanderson Family in Mound View A huge thank you for processing all of my edit requests to update vitals and links to family members. It is nice to be able to reunite them in this small way. Best regards, Jan