Ma Smith died 3-17-1819 age 46th year Buried Dean-DeHaven Cemetery #4 south of McQuady,
Highway 702. turn right at Goshen Baptist Church sign, 3 miles northeast of Glen Dean on
Hardinsubrg Bowling Green Rd.
Ma Smith is the only Smith in Dean-Dehaven Cemetery
No Sterrett, No Boyd at all in the book
Elizabeth Hogg died 5-21-1857, Born North Carolina, Consort of Robert
buried at Oglesby Cemetery west of Cloverport, Ky Grave 15833
There are numerous Dean entries I will give you those in the Dean DeHaven Cemetery
Hannah Dean died 1838 Daughter of Henry and Sarah Grave #8321
Mary Dean died 1-1850 Daughter of Henry Sr. Grave # 8319
Sarah McDonald Dean died 9-25-1841 2nd wife of Henry Grave # 8318
Thomas Dean died 1844 Son of Henry and Mary, Grave # 8322
Henry Dean Jr. died 1829 Son of Henry Sr., Grave # 8320
Henry Dean Sr. died 1-10-1757 to 1-26-1835 Husband of Sarah Grave # 8317
Bettie DeHaven 11-8-1857 to 10-11-1858 daughter of H. E. & S. L. Grave 8328
Edward DeHaven 1763 to 1849 Rev. Soldier Grave # 8323
Elizabeth DeHaven died 3-16-1864 age 53 yrs, wife of Isaac, Grave# 8326
Isaac DeHaven 5-22-1790 to 5-8-1871 son of Edward and Rebecca Grave 8324
Isaac T. DeHaven died 2-6-1849 age 11 months, 24 days, son of J & S, Grave # 8332 [he
is buried next to Johnson DeHaven and Sarah A. M. DeHaven]
James J. DeHaven 8-30-1822 to 6-12-1828 Grave 8329
Johnson DeHaven 1819 to 1900 Husband of Sarah A. Grave 8330
R. F. DeHaven died 4-14-1804, age 39 years, Grave #8333
Rebecca DeHaven 1796 to 8-1819 wife of Isaac, Grave #8325
Rebecca DeHaven 12-13-1828 to 10-11-1844 daughter of I & E Grave 8327
Sarah A. M. DeHaven, 10-19-1824 to 7-6-1865 Consort of Johnson, grave #8331
Early Marriages Reconstructed Vol I
Johnston DeHaven to Sally Dean by James Taylor Dec. 14, 1843
Isaac DeHaven to Rebecca Dean Nov. 30, 1814, page 205
Henry Dean Jr to Jane Askins Dec 15, 1814 page 205
Will Book 1 page 77 [Volume IV, page 15]
I may have sent this before
Will of Henry Dean, Sr.
wife, Sally Dean; Children of deceased daughter Rebecca DeHaven, being Polly DeHaven,
Betsy Ann DeHaven and Johnson DeHaven; Betsey DeHaven; grandson Henry DeHaven, son of
daughter Betsey DeHaven; sons Thomas Dean, Henry Dean,Jr., John Dean, and Summers Dean;
daughters Polly Dean, Peggy Dean, Hannah Dean, Cynthia Dean, and Rachel Dean.
Executors, friends Johnson Jennings and Thomas Owen.
Witnessed by Thomas Owen, William D. Owen, Eliza H. Owen.
Written Jan. 31, 1829, Codicil, same date, same witnesses, in reference to crop planted.
Probated Feb. 16, 1835
Will Book I page 100 [Vol. IV, page 18]
Will of Hannah Dean.
Mother, Sarah Dean; brother John Dean; brother Summers Dean; sisters Polly Dean, Peggy
Kirkendoll, and Rachel Dean.
Executor, Summers Dean.
Witnessed by James Moorman and Jesse Moorman.
Written September 29, 1838, probated November 19, 1838
Guardian Book 2, [Vol. IV, page88]
Guardian Book 2, page 57
Summers Dean, for James Allen Dean; John Dean, bondsman; January 19, 1857
page 59, Summers Dean, for Silas Mercer Dean; John Dean, bondsman; January 19, 1857
page 61, Summers Dean, for Thomas Dean; John Dean, bondsman; January 19, 1857
page 63, Summers Dean, for Eli Dean; John Dean, bondsman; January 19, 1857
Breckinridge County Deed Book D
page 144, July 21, 1817, Isaac Dehaven, to Edward Dehaven, for $200.00, two tracts of the
land, the first containing 100 acres, the other 33 acres, being on waters of Long Lick
Creek. Signed also by Rebecca Dehaven who relinquished her rights of dower. Recorded
July 22, 1817
[Vol IV, page 255]