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WHATS NEW ,GEO D.-EMMA GLOUC,MA
Posted by: Jim Denning Date: August 22, 1999 at 13:53:17
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Descendants of George Denning
Generation No. 1
1. GEORGE1 DENNING.
Child of GEORGE DENNING is:
2. i. JOB2 DENNING.

Generation No. 2

2. JOB2 DENNING (GEORGE1). He married ABIGAIL BABSON 1727.

Child of JOB DENNING and ABIGAIL BABSON is:
3. i. SAMUEL3 DENNING.


Generation No. 3

3. SAMUEL3 DENNING (JOB2, GEORGE1). He married KEZIAH BRAY March 14,
1754 in Gloucester ? Essex co. MA..

Notes for SAMUEL DENNING:
Samuel Denning: b 11-12-1732 MA; D. 1798 MA; M. Keziah Bray, Seaman,
Patriotic Service, serving from MA

Child of SAMUEL DENNING and KEZIAH BRAY is:
4. i. JOB4 DENNING, b. 1760, Essex County Mass.; d. 1836, Buried Seamans
Cemetery Adams Co Ohio.


Generation No. 4

4. JOB4 DENNING (SAMUEL3, JOB2, GEORGE1) was born 1760 in Essex County
Mass., and died 1836 in Buried Seamans Cemetery Adams Co Ohio. He
married MARY ELEANOR 1788 in Essex Co. Mass.

Notes for JOB DENNING:
Job had settled in Adams County by winter of 1795/96. There was not
much in the way of settlements in Ohio untill after th Battle of Fallen
Timbers(1795) when the "Indians" were finially defeated. Many people
were poised and waiting in Kentucky for the lands in the Northwest
territory to be made safe for settlers.
Job married a Mary Elenore ? who was born in Penn. 1788.

Military.7-11-1797 Job was appointed Captain for Adams Co. of militia
command by Col. Winthrop Sargent, Terr. papers U.S.v.3,p.474
In November of 1797 Job Denning was granted a licence to keep a hotel
in Manchester..(page 90 volume II of Thompsons Historical collections)
Another reference on page 133 , is written Job Denning also operated a
Tavern, same year. From Caldwells Adams co. Atlas on Tiffin TWP.
"Another settlement was made in the neighborhood of Killenstown about
1800. Among the settlers was Job Denning.
.
From deed records late 1700's to 1812...First deed the last name is
spelled Demming...Volume 1-2-3, p. 289. 10-23-1802, John Killen and his
wife Rachel to Job Demming of Adams Co., for$ 215., in lots 1 ,6, and 9,
also 4 out lots of 3 acres each, and half of out-lot 4, all in Killen's
town on the waters of brush creek, part of a tract patented to Robert
Rankin 10-28-1799.
Job Dinning was among the Associated Judges of the courts of Common
pleas who certified in 1820 that the consolidated deed volume 1-2-3- had
been accurately copied from the original deed records maintained in
three small volumes labled A, B, and C, which were kept under
territorial government.
In volume 5, p. 247, 3-13-1806 Trustees of West Union sell to Job
Dinning for $13., in-lot #70.
Volume 6, p. 264 Job and Mary Dinning were witnesses for a deed of
McCutchin to Ellison. Also in Vol.6, p. 330, Job Dinning is again a
witness and now a Justice of the Peace. He appears in various deeds in
this capacity untill at least 1812, when the published deeds abstracts
end. In the last of the records a Daniel Dinning is the other
witness..This traction in vol. 6,p. 658, Isaac and Leah Womsley to
Jonathan Womsley.

John Thompson, a Revolutionary War Soldier states in 1833 that his
neighbours include Judge Job Dining.

In the 1830 census of Tuffin Twp., Adams County, are:
Job Denning Sr.: 1 male 50-60, 3 males 20-30, 1 male 15-20, 1 female
50-60,
1 femlas 20-30, 1 female 15-20

Seaman Cemetery:
Denning: Job; d 1836 age 61 years


In 1910, N.W. Evans of Portsmouth, OH wrote to the Editor of the
Defender and states in regards to the original purchasers of land in
West Union, Tiffin Twp: "To my recollection there are none of the
descendants of the following original purchasers in town:......Job

Pennsylvania Census -- 1790, p.184
Name of head of family: Denning, Samuel
Free white males of 16 years and upward, including heads
of families: 1
Free white males under 16 years: 1
Free white females, including heads of families: 1

Notes for MARY ELEANOR:
It is a marriage permission, a little scrap of paper where a parent
gives permission for a marriage license to be issued to a son or daughter.
This one seems to relate to a Denning daughter to a Smith son, the reverse of
your Denning-Smith marriage.

"Mr. Darlington (he was the clerk at that time) you will please issue
marriage license for me and Mr. Dinnings daughter and oblige yours. Jan
23rd
1845.
Isaiah W. K. Smith
N.B. as to my age I am sufficiently old.
Mary Eleanor Denning"
(notation on back: Smith to Denning)


Children of JOB DENNING and MARY ELEANOR are:
i. SARAH5 DENNING, m. BENJAMIN MCCLURE, July 31, 1831.
ii. WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON DENNING, b. Adams Co Ohio; m. LISONA SARAH
PYATT, March 26, 1833.

Notes for WILLIAM HENRY HARRISON DENNING:
march 25th 1833 Job Denning wrote: After my respects to you you will be
so good as to let my sun Wm.Harrison Dinning have mariage to lisona, as
I have no objections Job Denning

Notes for LISONA SARAH PYATT:
Seaman Cemetery:
Denning: Sarah; consort of Harrison d 2 March 1837, age 26 years


iii. ISAAC DENNING, m. ELISA J. HALL, April 07, 1836.
iv. POLLY DENNING.
v. ALBERT G. DENNING.
vi. ELIZABETH DENNING, m. WILLIAM DONALSON.
5. vii. DANIEL DENNING, b. 1794, Adams County Ohio.
6. viii. STEPHEN BURRES DENNING, b. March 03, 1801, Adams Co Ohio; d.
June 08, 1887.
ix. JOB DENNING, b. 1803; m. JANE ANDERSON, December 11, 1824.

Notes for JOB DENNING:
In the 1850 census of Union Twp., Brown County, OH, I have:
Denning, Job 47 m. b. OH farmer
Iam 47 f. b. PA
Isaac 17 m. b. OH
Nancy 10 f. b. OH
Denning, Mary 80 f. b. OH
In the 1830 census of Tuffin Twp., Adams County, are:
Job Denning Jr.: 1 male 20-30 and 2 malews under 54; 1 female 20-30
"Historical
Collections of Brown County, Ohio" ed by Carl N. Thompson, there is a
Job
Denning mentioned on p965, 967 on a deed record. He was a trustee for
the
Church of the United Brethren of Christ who purchased land for the Brick

Red Oak Church in 1852 on West Henry Road in Union Twp.

7. x. JOHN DENNING, b. 1804.


Generation No. 5

5. DANIEL5 DENNING (JOB4, SAMUEL3, JOB2, GEORGE1) was born 1794 in
Adams County Ohio. He married REBECCA RHEA March 14, 1816.

Notes for DANIEL DENNING:
In the 1850 census of Tiffin Twp.
Daniel,56, b. OH and Rebecca 50 b. VA and children Newton B., Albert C.,

Sarah M. plus Daniel W. Smith, age 2.

In the 1830 census of Tuffin Twp., Adams County, are:
Daniel: I male 30-40, 1 male 10-15, 2 males 5-10, 3 males under 5; 1
female
50-60, I female 20-30, 1 female 10-15 and 1 female 5-10


Children of DANIEL DENNING and REBECCA RHEA are:
i. NEWTON B.6 DENNING.
ii. ALBERT C. DENNING, d. West Union Village Cemetery Adams co. Ohio;
m. SARAH.

Notes for ALBERT C. DENNING:
Albert E. Co. I, 4th KY MTD INF

iii. SARAH M. DENNING.
iv. DANIEL W. SMITH DENNING.
8. v. JOB WASHINGTON DENNING, b. 1817, Adams Co Ohio.
9. vi. ELIZABETH RUTH DENNING, b. December 13, 1825, Adams Co Ohio; d.
March 20, 1898, Adams Co Ohio.

6. STEPHEN BURRES5 DENNING (JOB4, SAMUEL3, JOB2, GEORGE1) was born
March 03, 1801 in Adams Co Ohio, and died June 08, 1887. He married
SALLY DONALDSON January 08, 1824.

Children of STEPHEN DENNING and SALLY DONALDSON are:
i. ISAAC6 DENNING, b. 1833.
ii. NANCY DENNING, b. 1840.

7. JOHN5 DENNING (JOB4, SAMUEL3, JOB2, GEORGE1) was born 1804. He
married ANN.

Child of JOHN DENNING and ANN is:
i. MARY6 DENNING, b. 1834.


Generation No. 6

8. JOB WASHINGTON6 DENNING (DANIEL5, JOB4, SAMUEL3, JOB2, GEORGE1) was
born 1817 in Adams Co Ohio. He married MARY SMITH April 08, 1846,
daughter of WILLIAM SMITH and NANCY.

Children of JOB DENNING and MARY SMITH are:
i. HARRIET7 DENNING, b. 1841.
10. ii. MARY JANE DENNING, b. 1844, West Union Ohio; d. 1925,
Winchester Adams Co. Ohio.
iii. JULIA DENNING, b. 1845.
iv. SARAH B. DENNING, b. 1849; m. WILLIAM A. GROSSMAN.
v. JOHN W. DENNING, b. 1850; m. MELISSA FINNEY, February 14, 1887.
vi. WILLIAM D. DENNING, b. 1852.
11. vii. COLEMAN ANDREW DENNING, b. January 04, 1858, Adams Co Ohio; d.
November 18, 1940, Chicago Ill.

9. ELIZABETH RUTH6 DENNING (DANIEL5, JOB4, SAMUEL3, JOB2, GEORGE1) was
born December 13, 1825 in Adams Co Ohio, and died March 20, 1898 in
Adams Co Ohio. She married JOHN NAYLOR December 10, 1848.
Child of ELIZABETH DENNING and JOHN NAYLOR is:12. i. MARY7 NAYLOR, b. November 27, 1850, Adams Co Ohio; d. August 27,
1946, Ripley Ohio.


Generation No. 7

10. MARY JANE7 DENNING (JOB WASHINGTON6, DANIEL5, JOB4, SAMUEL3, JOB2,
GEORGE1) was born 1844 in West Union Ohio, and died 1925 in Winchester
Adams Co. Ohio. She married JAMES BLAKEMORE June 08, 1864 in Winchester
Ohio, son of WILLIAM BLAKEMORE and ELIZABETH FULLERTON.

Notes for MARY JANE DENNING:
Thompson Historical and an obit which reads:

Mrs. Mary J. [Denning] Blakemore,
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JOB IS COMMON FOR 1700 DENNING CLAN I HAVE 7 JOBS IN MARRAGESBUT THATS YOURS
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THERES MORE LOL
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**FROM A BRANCH OF THE DENNEN FAMILY OF GLOUCESTER,MASS,BY JOHN H. FULLERTON
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NICHOLAS DENNING,BN.1645@ENGLAND**9 Jun 1725@80,GLOUCESTER MA.**
EMA BROWNE**1 Jan 1697@ENGLAND[PRESUMALY SINCE SHE DIDNT COME TO AMERICA]**
DAU OF JON BROWNE

THEY HAD
NICHOLAS ,JR.ABT1675@ENGLAND**WILLIAM ABT1680@ENGLAND**
GEORGE ,SR.ABT 1686@ENGLAND**15 Aug 1716@30,DROWNED AT SEA WITH ALL HANDS**M.@22,1708-** HANNAH DIKE HANNAH DIKE** DAU RICHARD+REBBECCA DOLIVER**

THEY HAD
JAMES 8 Apr 1717@Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts
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James DENNING 8 Apr 1717 Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts Sex:M Event(s):Born:8 Apr 1717 Gloucester, Essex, Massachusetts Parents:Father:George DENNING Mother:Hannah
Source Information: Batch number: C500252 Sheet: Source:
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JOSEPH DENNEN**
HANNAH DENNEN**
GEORGE,JR. 13 May 1713@GLOUCESTER MA.15 Apr 1786@73 YRS 4 MONS,DROPSY,GLOUCESTER MA.VITAL REC, FROM GLOUSTER,MA.
21 Nov 1738GLOUCESTER MA***MARY EVELETH,BN,@GLOUCESTER MA
THEY HAD
FROM VITAL MASS RECORDS BOOK ON GLOUCESTER BOOK OF MARRIAGES P 176
*** INTENTIONS ALSO DENOTED
JOSEPHDENNING6 May 1752GLOUCESTER MA
GEORGEDENNINGBN. 13 May 1713M.21 Nov 1738GLOUCESTER MA* TO MARY EVELETH GLOUCESTER MA
CHILDREN
FRANCIS DENNING 3 Feb 1741 GLOUCESTER MA -1742
GEORGE DENNING BN.15 Aug 1742,GLOUCESTER MA 1741?
SIMEON DENNING 31 Jul 1746 GLOUCESTER MA
JOSEPH DENNING BN.6 May 1752 GLOUCESTER MA

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