George Denton1,2

M, b. circa 1867, d. 13 April 1933
Relationships
Great-granduncle of Evelyn Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of Robert Edward Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     George Denton, son of Daniel Denton V and Mary Lousia Lack, was born circa 1867 at Kings, New York.1,3,4

     George Denton died on 13 April 1933, at Kings, New York.5

Census

     George Denton appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Flatlands, Kings, New York, in the household of his parents Daniel and Mary.6

     George Denton appeared on the 1875 New York Census in Flatlands, Kings, New York in the household of his parents, Daniel and Mary.7

     George Denton appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Canarsie, Kings, New York in the household of his parents, Daniel Denton V and Mary.8
Last Edited=3 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Flatlands, New York, Page 12, line 19.
  3. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, The circa date is based on the information on the 1870 census.
  4. [S371] State Census, New York State, , Birth year is based on Flatlands, New York, Page 11, line 21.
  5. [S227] Italian Genealogical Group, online http://www.italiangen.org, Surname Given Name Age Month Day Year Certificate Number County
    Denton George 66 April 13 1933 8531 Kings.
  6. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Flatlands, New York, Page 12, line 14 thru 20.
  7. [S371] State Census, New York State, , Flatlands, New York, Page 11, line 18 thru 24.
  8. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Canarsie, New York, Page 11, line 36 thru 40.

Walter C. Denton1,2

M, b. February 1868, d. 14 April 1943
Relationships
Great-granduncle of Evelyn Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of Robert Edward Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Walter C. Denton, husband of Clara B. Fredrick
     Walter C. Denton, son of Daniel Denton V and Mary Lousia Lack, was born in February 1868 at New York.1,2,3,4

     Walter, at age 27, married Clara B. Fredrick at age 19, daughter of John D. Fredrick, on 14 April 1895 at Flatlands, Kings, New York.5,6

     Walter was was involved in a clamming dispute. This newspaper article accuses four men of digging clams in a "Leased" area of Jamacia Bay. The leased area belonged to Walter. [:HTML:]
The Right To Certain Beds Under the Waters of Jamaica Bay.
The clam and oyster diggers who make a living about Jamaica Bay are at present engaged in a dispute as to the ownership or certain bivalves that lay sleeping underneath the placid waters of that arm of the sea. There is a certain subdivision numbered eight of section 640 or the penal code, which Is to the effect that all waters belong to the state, and that if an individual rents a portion of the land underneath the waters and plants thereon oysters and clams, such planting and the fruits thereof shall be the property or the planter to have and to hold or to dispose of as he sees proper.
Walter C. Denton, who gives his residence as East Ninety-third street and Avenue K, Canarsie, claims that he has complied with the law in leasing certain ground under water and adjacent to the shores of Jamaica Bay where he has planted oysters and other shell fish and that, as a consequence, the oyster beds are of his possession. He also claims that, on information received from George Blake 24 years old, a driver, living at East Ninety-second street and Avenue K, and Frank Tompkins, 21 years old, same business and address. Edward Van Houton, Abram Vooris, James Hall and William Ryder went to his oyster beds and took therefrom some of his property.
The matter will be brought to the attention of Magistrate Steers in the Grand street police court yesterday on summonses issued at the request of Denton. The four summoned oyster diggers told the magistrate that while they had been at the oyster beds mentioned, those beds had never been leased by Denton or planted by him and therefore were public property. The magistrate decided that in the dispute there was a question of crime, so he had the summons changed to a complaint and warrants issued for the defendants, which were served on Lemon.
on 14 June 1900 at Brooklyn, Kings, New York.7

     Walter C. Denton died at age 75, on 14 April 1943, at New York.8,9

     Walter C. Denton was buried at Canarsie Cemetery, Brooklyn, Kings, New York.10

Census

     Walter C. Denton appeared on the 1870 Federal Census of Flatlands, Kings, New York, in the household of his parents, Daniel and Mary.11

     Walter C. Denton appeared on the 1875 New York Census in Flatlands, Kings, New York in the household of his parents, Daniel and Mary.12

     Walter C. Denton appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Canarsie, Kings, New York in the household of his parents, Daniel Denton V and Mary.13

     Walter and Clara appeared on the 1900 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings, New York, enumerated 6 June 1900 Walter was working in the oyster field. Their children, Walter and John F. were listed as living with them.14

     Walter and Clara appeared on the 1910 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings, New York, enumerated 18 April 1910. Walter was working as an oyster dealer Their children, John F., Mary E., Stella and Edna M. and Clara's father, John were listed as living with them..15

     Walter and Clara appeared on the 1920 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings, New York, enumerated 5 January 1920. Walter was working as an oysterman.. Their children, John F., Mary E., Stella, Edna M., William R. and Margaret were listed as living with them.16

     Walter and Clara appeared on the 1925 New York Census of Brooklyn, Kings, New York, enumerated 1 June 1925. Walter was working as an oysterman.. Their children, John F., Mary E., William R. and Margaret were listed as living with them.17

     Walter and Clara appeared on the 1930 Federal Census of Brooklyn, Kings, New York, enumerated 7 April 1930. Walter was working in the fish industry, selling bait Their children, John F., William R. and Margaret were listed as living with them.18
Last Edited=23 Apr 2017

Children of Walter C. Denton and Clara B. Fredrick

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Flatlands, New York, Page 12, line 19.
  3. [S14] Name on Headstone Headstone at cemetery, Cemetery Headstones, Various Locations as stated in "Deaths", The carved date of birth and death was taken from the headstone.
  4. [S4] 1900 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 6A, line 47.
  5. [S4] 1900 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, Kings, New York, Sheets 6A,line 47 & 48.
  6. [S142] Marriage database, online http://germangenealogygroup.com, Marriage certificate number 328.
  7. [S111] The Brooklyn Daily Eagle, online http://eagle.brooklynpubliclibrary.org, This information is from the online data of the Brooklyn Eagle.
  8. [S14] Name on Headstone Headstone at cemetery, Cemetery Headstones, Various Locations as stated in "Deaths", The date of death was taken from headstone.
  9. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, New York, New York, Death Index, 1862-1948 about Walter Denton Name: Walter Denton Birth Year: abt 1868 Age: 75 Death Date: 14 Apr 1943 Death Place: Kings, New York, USA Certificate Number: 8752.
  10. [S256] Walter C. Denton tombstone, Canarsie Cemetery.
  11. [S84] 1870 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Flatlands, New York, Page 12, line 14 thru 20.
  12. [S371] State Census, New York State, , Flatlands, New York, Page 11, line 18 thru 24.
  13. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Canarsie, New York, Page 11, line 36 thru 40.
  14. [S4] 1900 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, Kings, New York, Sheets 6A, lines 47 thru 50 and 6B, lines 51 thru 53.
  15. [S87] 1910 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 4 B, line 76 thru 82.
  16. [S5] 1920 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 4 A, line 13 thru 20.
  17. [S251] State Census, New York State, , Brooklyn, New York, Page 32, line 13 thru 18.
  18. [S1] 1930 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 3 B, line 52 thru 56.
  19. [S4] 1900 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, Kings, New York, Sheets 6A,line 49.
  20. [S4] 1900 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, Kings, New York, Sheets 6A,line 50.
  21. [S87] 1910 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 4 B, line 79.
  22. [S87] 1910 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 4 B, line 80.
  23. [S87] 1910 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 4 B, line 81.
  24. [S87] 1910 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 4 B, line 19.
  25. [S87] 1910 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Brooklyn, New York, Sheet 4 B, line 20.

Thomas Denton1,2

M, b. 1872, d. 10 January 1908
Relationships
Great-granduncle of Evelyn Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of Robert Edward Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
Great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Thomas Denton, son of Daniel Denton V and Mary Lousia Lack, was born in 1872 at Kings, New York.1

     Thomas Denton died on 10 January 1908, at Kings, New York.3

Census

     Thomas Denton appeared on the 1875 New York Census in Flatlands, Kings, New York in the household of his parents, Daniel and Mary.4

     Thomas Denton appeared on the 1880 Federal Census of Canarsie, Kings, New York in the household of his parents, Daniel Denton V and Mary.5
Last Edited=3 Jan 2017

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S371] State Census, New York State, , Flatlands, New York, Page 11, line 23. Citation #27 indicates his given name as Joel. The 1875 New York census has the name Thomas.
  3. [S227] Italian Genealogical Group, online http://www.italiangen.org, Surname Given Name Age Month Day Year Certificate Number County
    Denton Joel 34 January 10 1908 933 Kings.
  4. [S371] State Census, New York State, , Flatlands, New York, Page 11, line 18 thru 24.
  5. [S3] 1880 Federal Census, [database on-line], Provo, Utah, Canarsie, New York, Page 11, line 36 thru 40.

Isaac Denton1

M
Relationships
4th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
4th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
4th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
4th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Isaac Denton, son of Daniel Denton IV and Hannah Seaman, was born.1

     Isaac, married Jane Okie on 13 September 1804 at Flatlands, Kings, New York.
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Daniel Denton IV1

M, b. circa 1754, d. circa 1825
Relationships
5th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
5th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
5th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
5th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Daniel, married Hannah Seaman.
     Daniel Denton IV, son of Joseph Denton, was born circa 1754.1

     Daniel Denton IV died circa 1825.1,2
Last Edited=29 Jan 2017

Children of Daniel Denton IV and Hannah Seaman

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 135.

Joseph Denton1

M, b. 6 March 1722, d. circa 1804
Relationships
6th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
6th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
6th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
6th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Joseph Denton, son of Daniel Denton III, was born on 6 March 1722.1 Joseph Denton was baptized on 5 March 1726 at Hempstead, New York.2

     Joseph, at age 22, married Mary Seaman, daughter of Solomon Seaman and Mary Mott, on 26 May 1744 at St. George's church.1,3

     Joseph Denton died circa 1804.1

     Joseph Denton died in 1807, at Newtown, Queens, New York.2
Last Edited=29 Jan 2017

Child of Joseph Denton

Children of Joseph Denton and Mary Seaman

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 135.
  3. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 135; This reference indicates marriage on 26 Mar 1744.

Daniel Denton III1

M, b. 1685, d. circa 1753
Relationships
7th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
7th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
7th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
7th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Daniel Denton III, son of Daniel Denton II, was born in 1685.1

     Daniel, married Hannah Seaman, daughter of Benjamin Seaman and Martha Titus, circa 1713.1

     Daniel Denton III died circa 1753, On July 14th of that year his widow married Thomas Temple of Hempstead.1,2
Last Edited=28 Jan 2017

Children of Daniel Denton III and Hannah Seaman

Child of Daniel Denton III

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 135.

Daniel Denton II1

M, b. circa 1661, d. circa 1690
Relationships
8th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
8th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
8th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
8th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Daniel Denton II, son of Daniel Denton, was born circa 1661.1,2 Daniel Denton II was baptized on 14 December 1679, at Dutch Reformed Church, Brooklyn.2

     Daniel, married Deborah Seaman, daughter of John Seaman and Martha Moore, in 1681. He accompanied his father to Springfield, Massachusetts, where he was "presented to the grand jury in1681, for running away to Rhode Island, and marrying without the consent of his parents."1,3

     Daniel Denton II died circa 1690.4
Last Edited=28 Jan 2017

Family: Daniel Denton II and Deborah Seaman

Child of Daniel Denton II

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 134.
  3. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 134 and 135.
  4. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 135.

Daniel Denton1,2

M, b. circa 1628, d. circa 1703
Relationships
9th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
9th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
9th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
9th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Daniel Denton, son of Rev. Richard Denton, was born circa 1628 at Yorkshire, England.3,4

     Daniel Denton lived circa 1650 at New York.
He settled on Long Island, and was Town Clerk of Hempstead in 1650. Upon the organization of the town of Jamaica, he became its first clerk in 1656, and was re-elected in 1657 and 1661. The next year he was appointed one of its magistrates. He was one of the company that secured a deed, October 28, 1664, for the land at and about Elizabeth town, New Jersey, known as the " Elizabethtown Grant," or patent. He was appointed a Justice of the Peace by Governor Nichols, March 16, 1665, and again in 1666.4


     Daniel, married Abigail Stevenson circa 1660.1,5
     Daniel observation
As the Flemish breed of horses introduced by the Dutch had greatly deteriorated, large herds of undersized animals running wild on Long Island and the upper part of Manhattan, it was fostered to have annual race-meetings at Hempstead. They were not designed so much 'for the divertisement of the youth alone' as for the encouragement of the bettering the breed of horses' which had suffered such neglect. At the time of these races in the month of May, it was ordered, the annual muster of all the militia of Long Island should be held at Hempstead. Here, toward the middle of the island, says the first separate account of the province in the English tongue, written by Daniel Denton and published at London in 1670, . . ." lieth a plain sixteen miles long and four broad upon which plain grows fine grass that makes exceeding good hay and is very good pasture for sheep and other cattle; where you shall find neither stick nor stone to hinder the horse-heels or endanger them in their races, and once a year the best horses in the island are brought hither to try their swiftness, and the swiftest rewarded with a silver cup, two being annually procured for that purpose." The little book, published at London in 1670, in which Daniel Denton spoke of the horse-races on Long Island was the first English publication relating wholly to the Dutch province. It is fully described on its own title-page: "A Brief Description of NEW YORK: Formerly Called New Netherlands. With the Places thereunto Adjoining. Together with the Manner of its Situation, Fertility of the Soyle, Healthfulness of the Climate, and the Commodities thence produced. Also Some Directions and Advice to such as shall go thither: An Account of what Commodities they shall take with them; The Profit and Pleasure that may accrue to them thereby. Likewise A Brief RELATION of the Customs of the Indians there." Daniel Denton, a son of Richard Denton a Presbyterian minister who had been one of the original patentees of Hempstead, was during the Dutch period town clerk of Hempstead and of Jamaica. In 1665 he was one of the deputies from Jamaica to the Hempstead meeting and one of the first justices appointed by Governor Nicolls. His book tells that it was published to attract settlers to a province which until recently had been 'new or unknown to the English.' Certainly this was true, for the edition of 1667 of Heylin's Cosmography ignores the fact that the province then belonged to England and says that it contained few people and 'only one village.' Denton's over-enthusiastic tone and the fact that, he does not speak in detail of any part of the province except Long Island suggest that he was writing as a land agent on his own or his friends' behalf, yet his specific statements seem truthful. Of the city he says: New York is built most of brick and stone and covered with red and black tile, and the land being high it gives at a distance a pleasing aspect to the spectators. The inhabitants consist most of English and Dutch and have considerable trade with the Indians for beaver, otter, raccoon skins, with other furs; and also for bear, deer, and elk skins; and are supplied with venison and fowl in the winter and fish in the summer by the Indians, which they buy at an easy rate.... On Long Island corn and cattle were the chief sources of livelihood. 'Store of flax' was grown, for 'every one' made 'their own linen' as well as woollen cloth and linsey-woolsey 'for their own wearing.' Had there been more artisans in the province it would soon have been able 'to live without the help of any other country' in the matter of clothing. All artisans lived 'happily' and persons who had no trade betook themselves to husbandry, got lands of their own, and lived 'exceeding well.' Along the southern shore of Long Island 'an innumerable multitude of seals,' which made 'an excellent oil,' lay all winter upon the 'broken marshes and beaches or bars of sand,' but the people had not yet learned how to hunt them although in small boats they captured the whales and 'crampasses' that numerously frequented the same coast. Wild fruits of many kinds were abundant - strawberries so plentiful that in June when the 'fields and woods' were I dyed red' with them the country people, says Denton, ... instantly arm themselves with bottles of wine, cream, and sugar and instead of a coat of mail every one takes a female upon his horse behind him, and so rushing violently into the fields, never leave until they have disrobed them of their red colors and turned them into the old habit. Only one more passage need be quoted from Denton's laudations. He has not the land agent's accent when he says, in words that are pleasant to remember as an epitaph upon the forefathers of New York: Were it not to avoid prolixity I could say a great deal more, and yet say too little, how free are those parts of the world from that pride and oppression with their miserable effects, which many, nay, almost all parts of the world are troubled with, being ignorant of the pomp and bravery which aspiring humours are servants to, and striving after almost everywhere: where a wagon or cart gives as good content as a coach, and a piece of their home made cloth better than the finest lawns or richest silks; and though their low-roofed houses may seem to shut their doors against pride and luxury, yet how do they stand wide open to let charity in and out, whether to assist each other or relieve a stranger... After Denton's book no other was published relating specifically to Long Island until Wood's Sketch of the First Settlement of Long Island and Furman's Antiquities of Long Island appeared in 1824.
in 1670 at New York.6

     Daniel Denton and Abigail Stevenson became legally separated, in 1672.7

     Daniel Denton returned from England
(He) settled in Piscataway, in East Jersey, where he was appointed a Magistrate August 25, 1673. The next year he sold out his landed interest at Piscataway and removed to Springfield, Massachusetts. Here he taught school and was for a time Town Recorder. At a town meeting held in Jamaica, Long Island, on June 12, 1684, it was ordered that "Daniel Denton shall have liberty to come and settle himself and family in Jamaica. ' ' Here he was once more selected Town Clerk. On December 20, 1689, he was commissioned as County Clerk of Queen's County, Long Island.7


     Daniel, married Hannah Leonard at age 16 on 24 April 1676.1,7

     Daniel Denton died circa 1703.7
Last Edited=13 Feb 2017

Child of Daniel Denton

Child of Daniel Denton and Abigail Stevenson

Family: Daniel Denton and Hannah Leonard

Citations

  1. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700 for Daniel Denton; Page 216; Genealogical Publishing Co.; Baltimore, MD, USA; Volume Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700.
  2. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  3. [S21] Ancestry Web Site, online http://www.ancestry.com, U.S., New England Marriages Prior to 1700 for Daniel Denton; Page 122; Genealogical Publishing Co.; Baltimore, MD, USA; Volume Title: New England Marriages Prior to 1700.
  4. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 133.
  5. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 132 and 134.
  6. [S345] Mrs. Schuyler Van Rensselaer History of the City of New York in the Seventeenth, Page 137 thru 139.
  7. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 134.
  8. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 136.

Rev. Richard Denton1

M
Relationships
10th great-grandfather of Evelyn Van Dyke
10th great-grandfather of Robert Edward Van Dyke
10th great-grandfather of John William Van Dyke
10th great-grandfather of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Child of Rev. Richard Denton

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Jane Okie1

F, d. 26 November 1838
Relationships
4th great-grandmother of Evelyn Van Dyke
4th great-grandmother of Robert Edward Van Dyke
4th great-grandmother of John William Van Dyke
4th great-grandmother of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Jane, married Isaac Denton, son of Daniel Denton IV and Hannah Seaman, on 13 September 1804 at Flatlands, Kings, New York. As of 13 September 1804, her married name was Denton.1

     Jane Okie died on 26 November 1838.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Daniel Denton1

M
Relationships
3rd great-granduncle of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

John Denton1

M
Relationships
3rd great-granduncle of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Margaret Denton1

F
Relationships
3rd great-grandaunt of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Her married name was Bergen.1

     Margaret, married "Surname Unknown" Bergen.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Family: Margaret Denton and "Surname Unknown" Bergen

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Helena Denton1

F
Relationships
3rd great-grandaunt of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Her married name was Kingsland.1

     Helena, married "Surname Unknown" Kingsland.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Family: Helena Denton and "Surname Unknown" Kingsland

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Maria Denton1

F
Relationships
3rd great-grandaunt of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
3rd great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     As of 27 May 1838, her married name was Smith.1,2

     Maria, married Isaac Lefferts Smith on 27 May 1838 at Flatlands, Kings, New York.1,2
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Family: Maria Denton and Isaac Lefferts Smith

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S66] The Olive Tree Genelogy, online http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/church/flatlands, M510. Isaac Lefferts Smith and Maria Denton. 27 May at Flatbush. From Flatlands.

Jacob Denton1

M
Relationships
3rd great-granduncle of Evelyn Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of Robert Edward Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of John William Van Dyke
3rd great-granduncle of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Isaac Lefferts Smith1,2

M
     Isaac, married Maria Denton, daughter of Isaac Denton and Jane Okie, on 27 May 1838 at Flatlands, Kings, New York.1,2
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Family: Isaac Lefferts Smith and Maria Denton

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S66] The Olive Tree Genelogy, online http://www.olivetreegenealogy.com/nn/church/flatlands, M510. Isaac Lefferts Smith and Maria Denton. 27 May at Flatbush. From Flatlands.

"Surname Unknown" Kingsland1

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     "Surname, married Helena Denton, daughter of Isaac Denton and Jane Okie.1
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Family: "Surname Unknown" Kingsland and Helena Denton

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

"Surname Unknown" Bergen1

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     "Surname, married Margaret Denton, daughter of Isaac Denton and Jane Okie.1
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Family: "Surname Unknown" Bergen and Margaret Denton

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Hannah Seaman1

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Relationships
5th great-grandmother of Evelyn Van Dyke
5th great-grandmother of Robert Edward Van Dyke
5th great-grandmother of John William Van Dyke
5th great-grandmother of Walter Carl Van Dyke
     Hannah, married Daniel Denton IV, son of Joseph Denton. Her married name was Denton.1
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Children of Hannah Seaman and Daniel Denton IV

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Pheobe Denton1

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Relationships
4th great-grandaunt of Evelyn Van Dyke
4th great-grandaunt of Robert Edward Van Dyke
4th great-grandaunt of John William Van Dyke
4th great-grandaunt of Walter Carl Van Dyke
Last Edited=19 Sep 2014

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Mary Seaman1

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     Her married name was Denton.1

     Mary, married Joseph Denton at age 22, son of Daniel Denton III, on 26 May 1744 at St. George's church.1,2
Last Edited=29 Jan 2017

Children of Mary Seaman and Joseph Denton

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 135; This reference indicates marriage on 26 Mar 1744.
  3. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 135.

Solomon Seaman1

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     Solomon, married Mary Mott.
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Child of Solomon Seaman and Mary Mott

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Mary Mott1

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     Mary, married Solomon Seaman. Her married name was Seaman.1
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Child of Mary Mott and Solomon Seaman

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Hannah Seaman1

F, b. circa 1685
     Hannah Seaman, daughter of Benjamin Seaman and Martha Titus, was born circa 1685.1 As of circa 1713, her married name was Denton.1

     Hannah, married Daniel Denton III, son of Daniel Denton II, circa 1713.1
Last Edited=28 Jan 2017

Children of Hannah Seaman and Daniel Denton III

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 135.

Benjamin Seaman1

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     Benjamin, married Martha Titus.
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Child of Benjamin Seaman and Martha Titus

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Martha Titus1

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     Martha, married Benjamin Seaman. Her married name was Seaman.1
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Child of Martha Titus and Benjamin Seaman

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.

Deborah Seaman1

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     Deborah, married Daniel Denton II, son of Daniel Denton, in 1681. He accompanied his father to Springfield, Massachusetts, where he was "presented to the grand jury in1681, for running away to Rhode Island, and marrying without the consent of his parents."1,2 As of 1681, her married name was Denton.1
Last Edited=28 Jan 2017

Family: Deborah Seaman and Daniel Denton II

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
  2. [S377] A.M..M.D. JOHN R. STEVENSON, Thomas Stevenson of London, England, Information on page 134 and 135.

John Seaman1

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     John, married Martha Moore.
Last Edited=8 Jul 2008

Child of John Seaman and Martha Moore

Citations

  1. [S37] Mary Jane Denton, THE DENTON FAMILY TREE IN AMERICA, This information was provided by Mary Jane Denton. e-mail e-mail address.
 
Compiler: John W. Van Dyke: John and Dianne Van Dyke