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I hope you get some response on John and family. I sure could use some fill
in on this tree. Naturally it ties into my elusive Ollivett line, so if you
get anything that even vaguely could be Olivett etc:, please let me know. I
do have stuff on
Isiah Jaycox, his parents, marriage, children and a few generations of his
Good luck! Happy Holidays!
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Can anyone help me place this family? I am cluless where they fit in!
John Denney of Phillipstown married Fanney (Fanny). They had a son Abraham.
dated 27 August 1819 Fanny and Abraham give up all right and title of
administration to Richard Denney
Letters of Administration dated 1 Sept 1819, signed by Richard ( his mark)
Denny, Jacob (his mark) Denney and Nathaniel Denney
2 Sept 1819
The farm of John Denney "situated in the Town of Philips County Putnam,
formerly in the T___ and occupation of Elijah Budd is worth two thousand
seven hundred and fifty dollars current money of the United states of
signed Isaah (his mark) Jacocks and Richard
a debt against Edward Hopper (dounbtful) about $100.00
signed Richard (his mark) Denny