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John Denman III (abt. 1643 - 1713)

John Denman III
Born about in Salem, Essex County, Massachusettsmap [uncertain]
Ancestors ancestors
Husband of — married before 1700 (to 1713) in New Yorkmap [uncertain]
Descendants descendants
Died in Newtown, Queens County, New Yorkmap
Profile last modified | Created 29 Jul 2009
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Biography

Circa 1658 -- John with his two brothers (Phillip and William) moved from Salem, Essex county, Massachusetts Bay Colony to Long Island, New Netherlands. [1]

John Denman and Mary Gano Denman had three daughters and four sons. [2]

1717 -- John's family sold his farm at Newtown, Queens county, New York and moved to New Jersey. [3]

Possible resident of Long Island, New York.

Sources

  1. Denman Family History, pages 6 - 10
  2. Denman Family, page 11.
  3. Denman Family, page 10.
  • Denman Family History: From the Earliest Authentic Records Down to the Present Time. Compiled by Mrs. Harriet N. Harris. 1913. The Glendale News, Glendale, California. Reprinted by Nabu.
  • Geneologygms@excite.com, Rootsweb World Connect Project,

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Denman-4 and Denman-367 appear to represent the same person because: Same individual with varying ordinal numbers (II and III). The confusion has come about because his wife is given the traditional, but mythical, father "Francis Gano" in one tree and her real father, Etienne Gano, in the other.

Rejected matches › John Denman IV (abt.1700-1776)

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