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Johnanna Perry Drennen Denckla
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Birth: Feb. 8, 1831
Davidson County
Tennessee, USA
Death: Mar. 29, 1852
Van Buren
Crawford County
Arkansas, USA

Johnanna Perry Drennen Denckla was born on February 8, 1831 in Nashville, Tennessee to John Drennen and Emily Rosannah Deaderick.

She married William P. Denckla of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania on 2 Mar 1851 in New York City, New York, New York.
She was the mother of a daughter, Mary Caroline, whose life was lost at sea when the boat she was in burned off the coast of California on August 27, 1852.

Johnanna passed from this life on March 29, 1852.

source: from "Sketches of the Shelby, McDowell, Deaderick, Anderson families" -Complied by Anna Mary Moon 
Family links: 
  John Drennen (1801 - 1855)
  Emily Rosannah Deaderick Drennen (1799 - 1844)
  William Paul Denckla (1822 - 1881)*
  Mary Caroline Denckla (1852 - 1852)*
  Caroline Lauretta Drennen Scott (1827 - 1910)*
  Margaretta Hill Drennen (1829 - 1837)*
  Johnanna Perry Drennen Denckla (1831 - 1852)
  Charles Holden Drennen (1849 - 1926)**
  Harry Clay Drennen (1852 - 1871)**
  William Moore Drennen (1855 - 1875)**
*Calculated relationship
born in Nashville, Tenn, died in Van Buren, Arkansas
Fairview Cemetery
Van Buren
Crawford County
Arkansas, USA
Created by: L Bruns
Record added: Jun 05, 2009
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Johnanna Perry <i>Drennen</i> Denckla
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- Jenn and Jade
 Added: Dec. 9, 2016
"As some fair flower whose closely clinging liesThe rude winds break to bid it bloom aboveSo pass'd her gentle spirit to the skiesLeaving an earthly for a heavenly love" (1852) Reads her epitaph. Her monument has been restored.
- Jenny
 Added: Jul. 6, 2012

- L Bruns
 Added: Jan. 4, 2011

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