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John Lee Denney
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Birth: Jul. 28, 1852
Douglas County
Missouri, USA
Death: Nov. 15, 1938
Red Oak
Lawrence County
Missouri, USA

Son of Crawford Denney and Margaret Hammons. John married Mary Elizabeth Hightower, December 1869. John and Mary had the following children: Mary Frances, William Elliott, Margaret Ann, Thomas R., Rachael M.A., June J., Oliver, Louise, John Lee, Floyd Linzy and Clara S. Denney. 
 
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 Parents:
  William Harris Denney (1824 - 1870)
  Margaret Hammons Denney (1828 - 1907)
 
 Spouse:
  Mary Elizabeth Hightower Denney (1850 - 1918)*
 
 Children:
  Mary Frances Denney Pruitt (1871 - 1927)*
  William Elliott Denney (1872 - 1969)*
  Margaret Anne Denney Buchanan (1875 - 1897)*
  Thomas R. Denney (1877 - 1879)*
  Rachael M. A. Denney Grimsley (1883 - 1977)*
  June E. Denney Cutshall (1885 - 1973)*
  Oliver Denney (1887 - 1887)*
  Louise Denney (1889 - 1889)*
  John Lee Denney (1889 - 1975)*
  Floyd Linzy Denney (1892 - 1971)*
 
 Siblings:
  John Lee Denney (1852 - 1938)
  William Elliott Denney (1858 - 1943)*
  Perry Denney (1861 - 1938)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Denney Cemetery
Ava
Douglas County
Missouri, USA
 
Maintained by: Billy Hightower
Originally Created by: PH Goss
Record added: Jun 28, 2006
Find A Grave Memorial# 14758502
John Lee Denney
Added by: Billy Hightower
 
John Lee Denney
Added by: PH Goss
 
John Lee Denney
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Added by: Lyle Jenkins
 
 
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- Lee Stanton
 Added: Dec. 11, 2013

- Mary Lambert
 Added: Dec. 21, 2011
May you forever rest in God's peace and love.
- Billy Hightower
 Added: Mar. 11, 2009
 
 
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