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Index to Troy's Dean Family References
found in early Orange and Ulster County New York Records
(I have tried search for all possible spellings and to retain actual spelling used)

Orange and Ulster County New York
I am searching for any information on all Dean(e)/Deen/Dain(s)/etc. family in early Orange and Ulster County
in an effort to prove that any of them are or are not related to our David Dean.

Contrary to some people's belief that David just appeared out of the ether--I feel it is highly likely that his father was living nearby
and that it is VERY LIKELY that his mother was also present at the time of David's birth.

David said in his pension application that he was born in Little Britain, Orange Co., NY.
He probably had siblings who lived locally for at least some time. So far, wills and family histories of other local Dean
family do not mention a David Dean of the right age. Did his family go unrecorded or did they move out of the county?
I will continue to add information regarding Orange/Ulster County Deans on my NY records page.

 


Name Comments Source
Abigail Dains Married Jackson HAMILTON 26 Jan 1777 at the First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Or. Co., NY Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
Abigail Deen

Wife of Daniel Deen of Town of Cornwall whose will was dated 1815

"DANIEL DEEN of Town of Cornwall Liber F page 32
Will made Dec 19, 1815 Probated April 4, 1816
Wife-Abigail Deen Son-Daniel C. Deen
Daughters-Elizabeth Deen; Hannah, Mary, Phebe Deen
Executors-Abigail Deen, Daniel P. Carpenter, Henry Titus
Witnesses-Henry Rider, Joseph Southerland, Mary Chandler"

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, page 153

Abigail Jane Dane

Daughter of Mrs. Ruth Wood Dane, will of grandfather Timothy Wood dated 1811

TIMOTHY WOOD of Town of NewBurgh Liber E Page 46
Will dated October 15, 1811 Probated April 26, 1813
Son Timothy Daughter -- Charity, wife of Samuel Owens; Elizabeth Haight; Hannah Wood; Abigail wife of Gideon Sands; Ruth Dane; Rhoda Wood
Grandchildren: John & Abigail Jane minor children of Ruth Dane
Executors: Samuel Owens, Gideon Sands, Alexander Ross
Witnesses: David Reynolds, Palmer G..row, Edward Pickans

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875
Abraham Dean Born about 1754 "The 1841 Pensioners List, NY State, Albany, p.267
Abraham Dains

Assessed in 1775 at West Division of Goshen, Orange co., NY, p.522

District No. 1 comprised the "West Division" of Goshen, Golden Hill, Carpenter's Corners and a tract along the present boundary of Hamptonburgh; also the "East Division," a section east of Purgatory Swamp, and that part of the present village of Goshen north of Church Street.

1775 Assessment Roll of Orange County, NY, compiled by Thomas Cornell [Information obtained from "History of Orange County, New York" by E.M. Ruttenber and L.H. Clark, 1881, reprinted by Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, NY, 1980. Ruttenber & Clark comments about the importance of the 1775 Assessment Roll as an early record of the country history especially given the destructive fire which consumed the town clerk's office in 1842.] http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyorange/assessment_01.htm

Abraham Dean Lived 1776 Ulster co., (Land Bounty Rights) 3rd Reg't New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, 1904, v.1, p.262
Abraham Dains

Enlisted Man, Orange County Militia, Third Reg't.
Col. William Allison, Lt. Col. Benjamin Tuston, Major Moses Hetfield, Captains: Cole, Jackson, Jones, Kortwright, Little, David Swazy, Wood)

The Militia -- Orange County, Fourth Regiment, p161 [Title?]
Abraham Dean

Son of Jedediah Dean fo New Paltz, Ulster Co.; Jedediah's will dated 1781

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

 
Amanda Dean Died 31 December 1829; Buried 4 January 1830, age 33, consumption, "The Early Records of the First Presbyterian Church at Goshen, New York From 1767 to 1885"
Amy Dean

Daughter of Peter Dean of Monroe whose will was dated 1815

PETER DEAN of Town of Monroe Liber E page 282
Will made March 4, 1815; Probated March 10, 1815
Wife - Elizabeth Dean;
Sons-John and Gilbert;
Daughters - Mary, Rebecca, Amy
Executors - James Cromwell, Jr., John Dean (son)
Witnesses-James Cromwell, Charles Fannery, Joseph R. Andrews

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p143

Liber E, p.283

Ariontyea
(Van Winkle) Dean

Wife of Jedediah Dean fo New Paltz, Ulster Co.; will dated 1781

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

Abracts of Wills, V.IX 1777-1783, p.288

Artemas Dean
(1783-1859)

Born 16 Aug 1783 at Taunton, Bristol Co., MA.
Died 9 Sep 1859 at New Windsor, Orange co., NY
m. 1 Jul 1813 Delaware Co., NY
Sarah Loveland (1792-1872) d/o Eliphaz Loveland / Rachel Kneeland
  b. 5 Jun 1792 Hebron, Tolland, CT
  d. 1 Jun 1872 New Windsor, Orange, NY
[Must have moved to Orange Co , NY betw. 1813-1815]

Ancestral File 4.18
Rev. Artemas Dean
(1783-1859)
Who are parents of SARAH, who married Artemus DEAN? Note that their daughter, HARRIET, has middle name BREWSTER. Is SARAH a BREWSTER? ARTEMUS DEAN was born Abt 1784 in MA, and died Aft. 1850. He married SARAH Bef. 1815. Artemus Dean was an O.S.P. Clergyman in Orange County, NY. SARAH was b. 5-JUN-1792 in CT and died 1-JUN-1872. All of their children were baptized in the Bethlehem Presb. Church. The Rev. Artemus Dean served this Church from 1813 until 1842. BURIAL of ARTEMUS and SARAH: Bethlehem Presbyterian Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange, NY

Children of ARTEMUS DEAN and SARAH are:
 i. SAMUEL NOTT DEAN, b. Abt Jun 1815, Orange, NY; d. Abt 7 May 1817, Orange, NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange, NY
 ii. HARRIET BREWSTER DEAN, b. 22 Dec 1816, Orange, NY.
 iii. JOHN DENNISTON DEAN, b. 22 Dec 1816, Orange, NY.
 iv. RACHEL DEAN, b. 25 Jul 1819, Orange, NY; d. 24 Dec 1887, Orange, NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange,NY
 v. SAMUEL NOTT DEAN, b. Abt 1821, Orange, NY; d. 19 Jun 1845, Orange,NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange, NY
 vi. ARTEMUS DEAN , JR., b. Abt 1823.

Posted by Jeannie-ology

<JKillickbr@AOL.com>

on Fri, 20 Feb 1998, at 1:32 p.m.

Artemus Dean, Jr.
(1824-????)

Artemas Dean, son of Artemas Dean and Sara Loveland
Born 09 Feb 1824 Cornwall, Orange Co., NY
IGI
Arteuras Dean Witness to a will "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.255
Artemas ? "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.273
Artemas Dean Bought land from Samuel M. Dennistion in 1835

Orange County Deeds, 1703-1869 (LDS film #826949)
#509, year 1835, Liber J, p.314

Artemas Dean Bought land from Jon O. Denniston in 1835 Orange County Deeds, 1703-1869 (LDS film #826949)
#509, year 1835, Liber J, p.317
Artemas Dean, Rev. Rev. Artemas Dean b. 16 Aug 1763, d. 9 Sep 1859 Bethlehem Cemetery Stone Inscriptions, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY
Barbara Dean Daughter of Solomon Dean and Elizabeth Brown; F; S; abt.1780, Newbergh, Orange Co., NY IGI
     
Catharine Dean

Mother of John Dean of Waywayanda whose will was dated 1766

Excerpt of Will of John Dean
JOHN DEAN - Vol.7, p.35, 1898: I, John Dean, of Waywayanda, in prect. of Goshen, Orange Co., being weakin body, leave all my estate, real and personal, to my father, Wm. Dean & my mother Catharine Dean & to my bros. Wm., Jos. & Nicholas & to sister, Mary Dean. My negroes are to be free & my exrs are to clear the precinct of all charge for them. My 3 negroes are to have each 100 pounds. Exrs: friends Richard Edwall & Sam'l Edsall. Wit: David McCalmly, John Edsall & John McCarnly. Proven Nov 22, 1766

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.13

Liber 25, p. 357

Orange County Genealogy Newsletter Vol.8, #2

Cato Dean

1775 Assessment Roll, Dist. 2 (Warwick to Amity, etc.), p.566

District No. 2 included a section of the present town of Warwick extending north and south from below Florida at some point to Amity, taking in also the Bellvale neighborhood and the settlements in the vicinity of what is now New Milford and the village of Warwick.

1775 Assessment Roll of Orange County, NY, compiled by Thomas Cornell [Information obtained from "History of Orange County, New York" by E.M. Ruttenber and L.H. Clark, 1881, reprinted by Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, NY, 1980. Ruttenber & Clark comments about the importance of the 1775 Assessment Roll as an early record of the country history especially given the destructive fire which consumed the town clerk's office in 1842.] http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyorange/assessment_01.htm
Cato Deane 1800 U.S. Federal Census, Orange Co., NY p.394
Christopher Denn First recorded settler of Goshen, NY in 1712 [original patent holder]  
Christopher Denn Christopher and Hannah Denn witnessed the will of Robert Shutor of Wallkill in 1806 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.86
Chris[topher]... Dean Orange Co. property map of 1829 shows land owned by Chris Dean in Hamptonboroh (nearly equidistant betweeen Goshen - Wallkill - Little Britain. Atlas Map, "Orange & Rockland Counties", 1829, by David H. Burr, pub. NY: D.H. Burr.
Clarissa/Clara Dean

I am looking for information on Clarissa or Clara Dean. Her parents were John Dean born 1801 in Orange, New York and Hulda Skinner. Clarissa was born in 1827 in Croland, Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada and married Martin Luther Hicks. She died in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. She had 6 brothers and sisters, Rebecca, James, Hiram, Jane, Elizabeth and Stephen (all born in Canada). Anyone with any information? Contact Connie at mikemaz@charter.net.

Dean Family, Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada/Wisconsin
Posted by: Connie Mazerov (ID *****8140)
Date: January 07, 2003 at 05:39:39

Daniel Denn William, Phebe & Daniel Denn - Witnessed will of Abel Wells in 1773

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p. 26

Liber 33, p.95

Daniel Dains Married 23 Nov 1779 to Mary PARISH at First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Orange Co., NY Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
Daniel Dean

Son of Jedediah Dean fo New Paltz, Ulster Co.; will dated 1781

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

 
Daniel Danes 1790 U.S. Federal Census: 1 2 4 0 0 Goshen, Orange Co., NY p.139
Daniel Denn

Will of Daniel Denn of Minisink dated 1794

DANIEL DENN of Minisink Liber A Page 369
Will made March 18, 1794 Probated June 15, 1796
Wife -- Jemima Children mentioned but names not stated
Brother-in-law -- William Amsbary
Executors -- Joseph Amsbary
Witnesses -- Samuel Brasington

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.23

Liber A, page 369

Daniel Dains 1800 U.S. Federal Census, Goshen, Orange Co., NY -- Males: 2-0-0-1-0 Females 1-1-0-1-0 p.356
Daniel Dean Bought land from Andrew Southerland in 1806 Orange County Deeds, 1703-1869 (LDS film #826949)
#509, year 1806, Liber J, p.257
Daniel Dean Sold land to Thomas Dean in 1807 Orange County Deeds, 1703-1869 (LDS film #826949)
#509, year 1807, Liber J, p.507
Daniel Deen

Will of Daniel Deen of Town of Cornwall dated 1815

"DANIEL DEEN of Town of Cornwall Liber F page 32
Will made Dec 19, 1815 Probated April 4, 1816
Wife-Abigail Deen Son-Daniel C. Deen
Daughters-Elizabeth Deen; Hannah, Mary, Phebe Deen
Executors-Abigail Deen, Daniel P. Carpenter, Henry Titus
Witnesses-Henry Rider, Joseph Southerland, Mary Chandler"

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, page 153

Liber F page 32

Daniel Dean In Orange Co. by 1806, d. 1815  
Daniel C. Deen

Son of Daniel Deen of Town of Cornwall whose will is dated 1815

"DANIEL DEEN of Town of Cornwall Liber F page 32
Will made Dec 19, 1815 Probated April 4, 1816
Wife-Abigail Deen Son-Daniel C. Deen
Daughters-Elizabeth Deen; Hannah, Mary, Phebe Deen
Executors-Abigail Deen, Daniel P. Carpenter, Henry Titus
Witnesses-Henry Rider, Joseph Southerland, Mary Chandler"

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, page 153

Liber F page 32

David Dean
(1763-1838)
Born 31 Mar 1763 Little Britain, Orange Co., NY

Pension Application in his pension File, National Archives-- Pension application papers submitted by David Dean In 1832 & 1836 (Claim #S.29118)

David Dean Born about 1765 The 1841 Pensioners List, New York State - Excerpts, Albany, NY [nd] p.377
David DAINS Married 6 Dec 1784 to Phebe Borland at the First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Or. Co., NY Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
David Dean

"David Dean married to Phebe Borland to them were borned

Gabriel Dean                    Nov 10th 1786
Fanny Dean                      March 8th 1789
David S. Dean                   July 29th 1791
William Dean                    Dec 20th 1793
Jonathan Dean                   March 1st 1796
Margaret Marie Dean        July 11th 1798
Horace Dean                     Jan 2th 1801
Luther Dean                     Sept 13th 1803
Harry
Twins                                July 5th 1806
Harriet
John Dean                        July 11th 1810

Harriet and Harry Dean Died July 14th & 16th 1806

The mother of the above children Phebe Dean Died Sept 20th 1831

Electra Ann Bradner was Borned Sept 6th 1842 and Died Jan the 24th 1853"

Family Record transcript found in family Bible of William Warren Dean (1836-1894) [William was a son of David S. Dean and Catharine Munro, and grandson of David Dean and Phebe Borland.

This Family Record is transcribed on a letterhead of "Dean & Carroll" purveyors of home furnishings (wall paper, etc) in Memphis, TN. I believe it was transcribed by William's brother Luther M. Dean (1833-1904) Luther was the business partner of Henry A. Carroll and must have had either his grandparents (David and Phebe Dean) Bible or a transcript of their Bible with him in the 1880's when he made this copy he sent to his brother William in California.

To download a PDF copy:
http://members.cox.net/ohhitroy/FamDoc/docs.htm

David Dean

1790 U.S. Federal Census: 1 1 2 0 0 Wallkill, Ulster Co., NY
I believe this record represents:
Free Male over 16: 1 David age 27
Free Male under 16: 1 Gabriel age 4
Females: 2 Phebe age 25, Fanny age 1
Other: 0
Slaves: 0

[note: Phebe Borland Dean's mother and brother were living close by in Wallkill]

p.185
David Dean Child of David Dean died 9 Feb 1820, age 4 months, casualty

"The Early Records of the First Presbyterian Church at Goshen, New York From 1767 to 1885"

David S. Dean David S. Dean [son of David Dean & Phebe Borland]
Born: July 29, 1791 Orange/Ulster Co., NY
Descendants of David and Phebe Dean

David Swezey Dains
(1820-????)

David L. DAINS s/o Henry DAINS
b. 3 Jan 1794 Chester, Orange Co., NY
m. 22 Feb 1817 Orange Co., NY
Olive Tuthill
Issue:
1. David Swezey DAINS b. 27 Mar 1820 Orange Co., NY
2. William Henry DAINS b. 18 Dec 1817 Orange Co., NY
IGI
David Dean Married Amanda/Armand Crane 06 Dec 1821, 1st Presbyterian, Goshen, Orange, NY IGI
David Dean Married Emeline Smith 22 Jan 1831, 1st Presbyterian, Goshen, Orange, NY IGI
David Dean b. 8 Jan 1869; aged 30 yrs., 20 Regt. NYSV Other Cemeteries in Orange Co.
Dewitt C. Dean Born 1838 Florida, Orange Co., NY The New York Genealogical & Biographical Record (quarterly 1932)
     
Elizabeth Deane 1790 U.S. Federal Census, Newburgh, Ulster Co., NY  0 / 0 / 3 / 0 / 0 p.181
Elizabeth Dean Marlborough, Ulster Co. Index to Testators, v.C (1797-1804); Ulste rco., NY
Liber C, Page 190
Elizabeth Dean Daughter of Samuel Palmer "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.164
Elizabeth W. Dean Witness to a will "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.219
Elizabeth Deane Witness ot will of William Jenkins of the Paultz in 1807 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875,p.186
Elizabeth Dean

Wife of Mr. Woolsey
Daughter of Jedediah Dean of New Paltz, Ulster Co.; his will dated 1781
Brother of Jedediah, Gideon, Isaac, Abraham, Jenny and Mary.

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

Abracts of Wills, V.IX 1777-1783, p.288
Elizabeth Dean

Wife of Peter Dean of Town of Monroe whose will is dated 1815

PETER DEAN of Town of Monroe Liber E page 282
Will made March 4, 1815; Probated March 10, 1815
Wife - Elizabeth Dean;
Sons-John and Gilbert;
Daughters - Mary, Rebecca, Amy
Executors - James Cromwell, Jr., John Dean (son)
Witnesses-James Cromwell, Charles Fannery, Joseph R. Andrews

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875

Liber E, page 282

Elizabeth Deen Daughter of Daniel Deen of the Town of Cornwall whose will is dated 1815
"DANIEL DEEN of Town of Cornwall Liber F page 32
Will made Dec 19, 1815 Probated April 4, 1816
Wife-Abigail Deen Son-Daniel C. Deen
Daughters-Elizabeth Deen; Hannah, Mary, Phebe Deen
Executors-Abigail Deen, Daniel P. Carpenter, Henry Titus
Witnesses-Henry Rider, Joseph Southerland, Mary Chandler"

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, page 153:

Liber F, page 32

Elizabeth Dean Looking for info on Elizabeth (c1794-c1863) & James DEAN (1788-1848), who moved between 1813 & 1819 from NJ to Orange Co, NY, and had at least 7 children: William Curtis, George Parrell, John Woodruff, Eliza (m Edgar KNAPP), James Henry, Mary Louisa (m Wm BERTHOLF) & Emily Augusta (m Wm HALLOCK).

Dean Genforum Post

James DEAN (1788-1848),NJ->Orange Co,NY
Posted by: Allen Gamble
Date: February 07, 2000 at 21:25:31

Ethor Dains Married 10 Feb 1780 to Joel Brig at the First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Orange Co., NY Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
Ezra Deane 1790 U.S. Federal Census, Newburgh, Ulster Co., NY 1 / 2 / 2 / 0 / 0 p.182
Ezra Deane 1800 U.S. Federal Census, Orange Co., NY p.272:1
Ezra Dain Apl 13 180 District No 16 Ezra Dain 1 Village and Town of Newburgh Records 1803-1838
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Bridge/3962/1803/name_c-d.htm#D
Fanny Dean

Fanny Dean [daughter of David Dean and Phebe Borland]
Born: March 8, 1789 Orange/Ulsetr Co., NY

Descendants of David and Phebe Dean
Name Comments Source
Gabriel DEAN

Gabriel Dean [ Son of David Dean and Phebe Borland ]
Born: November 10, 1786 Orange County, NY
Died: February 17, 1878 Livonia, Wayne Co., MI
Married: 1810 at Williamson to Lydia Bradner [d/o of John & Lydia Bradner of Orange Co., NY]

Descendants of David and Phebe Dean

George Dean

Ledger of Baird's Tavern 1773-1774

Warwick Valley New York Genealogy Name Indexes:

Acc't num.: 80; Name: George Dean; Page: 20, 54

Warwick Valley New York Genealogy Name Indexes: Ledger of Baird's Tavern 1773-1774

Being an alphabetical index to the names found in the ledger facsimile in the collection of the Historical Society. Prepared by Femi Roecker, November 2001, Town of Warwick Historical Society Archive Project

George Dean

1775 Assessment Roll, Dist. 2 (Warwick to Amity, etc.), p.566

District No. 2 included a section of the present town of Warwick extending north and south from below Florida at some point to Amity, taking in also the Bellvale neighborhood and the settlements in the vicinity of what is now New Milford and the village of Warwick.

1775 Assessment Roll of Orange County, NY, compiled by Thomas Cornell [Information obtained from "History of Orange County, New York" by E.M. Ruttenber and L.H. Clark, 1881, reprinted by Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, NY, 1980. Ruttenber & Clark comments about the importance of the 1775 Assessment Roll as an early record of the country history especially given the destructive fire which consumed the town clerk's office in 1842.] http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyorange/assessment_01.htm
George Deane Orange Co. Militia, 4h Reg't., Col. John Hathorn "Yesteryears", Vol. 6, No. 24, June 1963, FHL 974.7 B2y Vol. 6, pg.208-213. A Quarterly Magazine for the appreciation and study of New York Regional History [This is an addendum to New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, by James A Roberts, 1897] p.163
George Dean Orange Co. Militia, 4th Regt., Capt Daniel Denton (Land Bounty Rights) "Yesteryears", Vol. 6, No. 24, June 1963, FHL 974.7 B2y Vol. 6, pg.208-213. A Quarterly Magazine for the appreciation and study of New York Regional History [This is an addendum to New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, by James A Roberts, 1897] p.256
George Dean Living 1776: Land Bounty Rights 4th Reg't New York In the Revolution as Colony and State, 1904, V.1, p.256
Gideon Dean Lived 1775; New Paltz, Ulster co. American Archives (series) 1774-1777, by Pete Force, p.582
Gidon Dean Lived 1776; Ulster Co., 3rd Reg't New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, 1904, V.1, p.196
Gideon Dean Son of Jedediah of New Paltz, Ulster Co.; will dated 1781

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

Abracts of Wills, V.IX 1777-1783, p.288
Gideon Dean 1790 U.S. Federal Census, New Paltz, Ulster Co., NY 1 / 2 / 4 / 0 / 0 p.179
Gilbert Dean Blooming Grove Liber 1, page 189
Gilbert Deane Blooming Grove Liber I, page 410
Gilbert Dean

Son of Peter Dean of the Town of Monroe whose will is dated 1815

PETER DEAN of Town of Monroe Liber E page 282
Will made March 4, 1815; Probated March 10, 1815
Wife - Elizabeth Dean;
Sons-John and Gilbert;
Daughters - Mary, Rebecca, Amy
Executors - James Cromwell, Jr., John Dean (son)
Witnesses-James Cromwell, Charles Fannery, Joseph R. Andrews

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.143

Liber E, page 283

     
Name Comments Source
Hannah Denn Witness with Christopher Denn of R. shutor of Wallkill in 1806 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p. 86
Hannah Dean

Hannah Dean married Robert Caton 1807 Orange, NY

Robert CATON b. 22 Mar 1761 Plantation, On The Potomac, Va Death:7 Apr 1815 Monroe, Orange Cty, New York [son of Robert CATON & Penelopy Annitt TRIBET]
Marriage(s)
1)Hannah DEAN Marriage:1807 Orange, NY
2)Martha HALL
3)Catherine SEAMAN

son JOHN DEAN CATON was born in Monroe, Orange County, New York, March 19, 1812. He is the fifteenth of the sixteen children of Robert Caton, and the third child of his mother, Hannah (Dean) Caton, who was the third wife of Robert Caton.

Dean Genforum

Posted by: J C (ID *****5058)

Date: September 16, 2002 at 10:02:44

http://genforum.genealogy.com/cgi-bin/pageload.cgi?orange,hannah::dean::5972.html

RSVP Jane Curci wmcurci@aol.com

Hannah Deen

Daughter of Daniel Deen of Town of Cornwal whose will is dated 1815

"DANIEL DEEN of Town of Cornwall Liber F page 32
Will made Dec 19, 1815 Probated April 4, 1816
Wife-Abigail Deen Son-Daniel C. Deen
Daughters-Elizabeth Deen; Hannah, Mary, Phebe Deen
Executors-Abigail Deen, Daniel P. Carpenter, Henry Titus
Witnesses-Henry Rider, Joseph Southerland, Mary Chandler"

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, page 153:

Liber F, page 32

Hannah Dean Died April 6, 1821 consumption Early Death Records of the First Presbyterian Church at Goshen 1805 - 1851
Hariett Dean 1/25/99 I am seeking info onthe parents of a Hariett DEAN, b 1796; married Pardon TANNER & lived in Warren County near Lake George. I have reason to believe there many be a connection to Artemus Dean of Orange County (maybe her uncle or older brother) since it is a rare name & it appears as the name of one of her children. Any help from you DEAN chasers would be greatly appreciated!!! Pete in Atlanta
Harriet Brewster Dean Born 22 December 1816 at Orange co., NY IGI
Harriet Brewster Dean Children of ARTEMUS DEAN and SARAH are:
i. SAMUEL NOTT DEAN, b. Abt Jun 1815, Orange, NY; d. Abt 7 May 1817, Orange, NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange, NY
ii. HARRIET BREWSTER DEAN, b. 22 Dec 1816, Orange, NY.
iii. JOHN DENNISTON DEAN, b. 22 Dec 1816, Orange, NY.
iv. RACHEL DEAN, b. 25 Jul 1819, Orange, NY; d. 24 Dec 1887, Orange,NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange,NY
v. SAMUEL NOTT DEAN, b. Abt 1821, Orange, NY; d. 19 Jun 1845, Orange,NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange, NY
vi. ARTEMUS DEAN , JR., b. Abt 1823.
Posted by Jeannie-ology <JKillickbr@AOL.com> on Fri, 20 Feb 1998, at 1:32 p.m.
Harriet B. Dean 22 Dec. 1816 - 16 mar 1882; Buried Bethlehem Cemetery, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY Bethlehem Cemetery Stone Inscriptions, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY
Henry Daynes 1790 U.S. Federal Census, New Cornwall Town, Orange Co., NY: 1 / 1 / 2 / 0 / 0 p.145
Henry L. Dains
(1794-18??)
David L. DAINS s/o Henry DAINS
b. 3 Jan 1794 Chester, Orange Co., NY
m. 22 Feb 1817 Orange Co., NY
Olive Tuthill
Issue:
1. David Swezey DAINS b. 27 Mar 1820 Orange Co., NY
2. William Henry DAINS b. 18 Dec 1817 Orange Co., NY
IGI
Henry Danes 1800 U.S. Federal Census, Orange Co. , NY p.349:1
Henry Dean Witness to a will "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.22
Mrs. Hulda (Skinner) Dean

I am looking for information on Clarissa or Clara Dean. Her parents were John Dean born 1801 in Orange, New York and Hulda Skinner. Clarissa was born in 1827 in Croland, Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada and married Martin Luther Hicks. She died in LaCrosse, Wisconsin. She had 6 brothers and sisters, Rebecca, James, Hiram, Jane, Elizabeth and Stephen (all born in Canada). Anyone with any information? Contact Connie at mikemaz@charter.net.

Dean Family, Leeds Co., Ontario, Canada/Wisconsin
Posted by: Connie Mazerov (ID *****8140)
Date: January 07, 2003 at 05:39:39

Name Comments Source
Isaac Dean Lived 1776; Ulster Co. 3rd Reg't New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, 1904, V.1, p.196
Isaac Debann Witness of Cornelius Eckerson of Orange Twp. in 1781 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.32
Isaac Dean

Son of Jedediah of New Paltz, Ulster Co.; will dated 1781

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

 

 

Name Comments Source
James Dean
Looking for info on Elizabeth (c1794-c1863) & James DEAN (1788-1848), who moved between 1813 & 1819 from NJ to Orange Co, NY, and had at least 7 children: William Curtis, George Parrell, John Woodruff, Eliza (m Edgar KNAPP), James Henry, Mary Louisa (m Wm BERTHOLF) & Emily Augusta (m Wm HALLOCK).

Dean GenForum Post

James DEAN (1788-1848),NJ->Orange Co,NY
Posted by: Allen Gamble
Date: February 07, 2000 at 21:25:31

Jebediah Dean Enlisted man, Orange County Militia, 4th Reg't under Col John Hathorn "Yesteryears", Vol. 6, No. 24, June 1963, FHL 974.7 B2y Vol. 6, pg.208-213. A Quarterly Magazine for the appreciation and study of New York Regional History [This is an addendum to New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, by James A Roberts, 1897] p.196

Jebediah Dean

Lived 1775, died 1776 American Archives (series), 1774-1777, by Peter Force, p.582, 725
Jedebiah Dean Lived 1776 Orange Co. 4th Reg't; New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, V.1, 1904, p.163
Jebediah Dean Lived 1776 Ulster Co., 3rd Reg't New York in the Revoluion as Colony and State, V.1, 1901, p.196
Jebediah Dean

"...I've been able to trace my paternal line back to Jedediah Dean, who served in Levi Pawling's 3rd Ulster militia during the Revolution. He was born around 1720 in 2nd River (Belleville) NJ and married Ariontyea Van Winkle around 1750. He then moved to New Paltz, NY, where he spent the rest of his life. His sons, Issac and Gideon Dean also served with him in the war. My line goes through another son, Jonathan....."

In a message dated 5/19/03 3:51:09 PM,eric.dean@freenet.de writes:
Eric Dean

Jedediah Dean
(c.1720-1781)
"Jedediah Dean b. abt 1720, Essex County, New Jersey, died 17 Nov 1781, New Platz, Ulster, New York. md abt 1739 to Ariontyea Van Winkle, d/o Gideon Van Winkle and Annetje Koemans, of Somerset county, New Jersey.

Jedediah Dean left a will in New Paltz Precinct, in which he lists his wife Ariontyea, sons: Gideon, Jedediah, Isaac, Jonathan Sr., Daniel & Abraham.
Daus: Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Wolsey & Mary Laroe. 20 Jul 1781 - 17 Nov 1781.

Their son Jonathan Dean (Sr.) md Mary Woolsey and evidently moved with Mary's father Rev. Thomas Woolsey and family to the South Fork of the Holsten River in Washington County, Virginia, bef 1771, where Jonathan Dean is right next door.

Elizabeth Dean (above) md Stephen Woolsey (it is thought by some researchers)"

 

From: "Wilford W. Whitaker" <wwwhit@integrityonline3.com>
Subject: Jedediah Dean of Ulster County, New York
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 1999 09:04:34 -0600

To interested Dean Descendants:

Wilford W. Whitaker

Jedebiah Dean

Of New Paltz, Ulster Co.; will dated 1781

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

Abracts of Wills, V.IX 1777-1783, p.288
Jedediah Dean Jr.

Son of Jedediah of New Paltz, Ulster Co.; will dated 1781
Brother of Gideon & Isaac

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

Abracts of Wills, V.IX 1777-1783, p.288
Jemima Denn

Wife of Daniel Denn of Minisink; witnessed a will in 1794

DANIEL DENN of Minisink Liber A Page 369
Will made March 18, 1794 Probated June 15, 1796
Wife -- Jemima Children mentioned but names not stated
Brother-in-law -- William Amsbary
Executors -- Joseph Amsbary
Witnesses -- Samuel Brasington

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.23

Liber A, page 369

Jenny Dean

Wife of Mr. Ellsworth
Daughter of Jedediah Dean of New Paltz, Ulster Co.; his will dated 1781
Brother of Jedediah, Gideon, Isaac, Abraham, Elizabeth and Mary.

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

Abracts of Wills, V.IX 1777-1783, p.288
Johanna Denn    
Johanna Deans Married 14 Jul 1780 to Lemuel Allen at First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Orange Co., NY Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
John Dains Married 11 Mar 1781 to Dorothy Thomsen at First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Orange Co., NY Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
John Dean

I have a John Dean that was born in 1801 in Orange, NY and was married to Hulda Skinner. They both died in Port Burwell, Ontario. Do you see any connection with the Dean's you have in Port Burwell?

I have a Clarissa Ann Dean who was born 2-10-1827 maybe in NY or Ontario, who married a Martin L. Hicks, she died 2-12-1881 in Mindoro, WI. I saw your reference to WI and thought maybe we may have a connection. Clarissa is the daughter of John Dean born 1801 in Orange, NY and Hulda Skinner also born in Orange, NY but died in Ontario.

Re: Dean - late 1800's - Port Burwell, Ontario and Nova Scotai
Posted by: Connie Mazerov (ID *****8140)
Date: June 10, 2006 at 10:57:19

Re: Estella Dean, m. Seth Fish, NY abt 1859
Posted by: Connie Mazerov (ID *****8140)
Date: May 10, 2003 at 08:13:04

John Dane

Son of Ruth Wood Dane, mentioned in will of grandfather Timothy Wood in 1811

TIMOTHY WOOD of Town of NewBurgh Liber E Page 46
Will dated October 15, 1811 Probated April 26, 1813
Son Timothy Daughter -- Charity, wife of Samuel Owens; Elizabeth Haight; Hannah Wood; Abigail wife of Gideon Sands; Ruth Dane; Rhoda Wood
Grandchildren: John & Abigail Jane minor children of Ruth Dane
Executors: Samuel Owens, Gideon Sands, Alexander Ross
Witnesses: David Reynolds, Palmer G..row, Edward Pickans

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.128
John Dealls Witness to will of John Waugh in 1786 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.42

John Dean
(17??-1766)

John Dean of Waywayanda whose will is dated 1766 named Samuel Edsall as an executor

Samuel Edsall of Goshen (1726-1786), m Abigail ---.  In 1764, Samuel mortgaged 100 acres, adjoining Richard Edsall.[12]   In 1776 he mortgaged 26 Ω acres adjoining the grist mill which he owned jointly with his brother John.[13] 

[12] Mtge Book A, p 25:  4 Apr 1764, Samuel Edsall mortgaged to Phillip Edsall of Newtown, 100 acres in Wawayanda bounded S by the highway, W by the lands of John Dean, and N by the creek that parts said land from the land of Richard Edsall.

Popenoe/Popnoe/Poppino, & Allied Families, 29 October 2002, The Edsall Family

 [13] Mtge Book A, p 199:  10 Feb 1776, Samuel Edsall, mortgage of £60 to Peter Middleton on 26 Ω acres, adjoining or part of Samuel Edsallís land and one half of the grist mill jointly owned with John Edsall, adjoining the tract above.

John Dean
(17??-1766)

Son of William Dean and Catharine.
JOHN DEAN of Waywayanda precint of Goshen Liber 25 Page 357
Will made 20 Nov 1766 Probated 22 Nov 1766
John Gale Surrogate
See will below:

JOHN DEAN - Vol.7, p.35, 1898: I, John Dean, of Waywayanda, in prect. of Goshen, Orange Co., being weakin body, leave all my estate, real and personal, to my father, Wm. Dean & my mother Catharine Dean & to my bros. Wm., Jos. & Nicholas & to sister, Mary Dean. My negroes are to be free & my exrs are to clear the precinct of all charge for them. My 3 negroes are to have each 100 pounds. Exrs: friends Richard Edwall & Sam'l Edsall. Wit: David McCalmly, John Edsall & John McCarnly. Proven Nov 22, 1766 [Excerpt of Will of John Dean, Orange County Genealogy Newsletter Vol.8, #2]

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.13
John Dean
(17??-1766)

John Dean who died 1766 at Waywayanda, Goshen, Orange, NY
Son of William Dean b.c.1724 Eastchester, NY
Grandson of Nicholas Dean c.1690-1772

4 William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
.......... +Catherine
.......... 5 John Dean
.......... 5 William Dean
.......... 5 Joseph Dean
.......... 5 Nicholas Dean
............. +Margaret Hatfield m: 1789
.......... 5 Mary Dean
............. +Richard Hughes m: 1789

Stephen Odell Dean
John Dean 1790 U.S. Federal Census, New Cornwall, Orange Co., NY 6 / 3 / 7 / 0 / 0 p.145
John Dean

Son of Peter Dean of Town of Monroe whose will was dated 1815

PETER DEAN of Town of Monroe Liber E page 282
Will made March 4, 1815; Probated March 10, 1815
Wife - Elizabeth Dean;
Sons-John and Gilbert;
Daughters - Mary, Rebecca, Amy
Executors - James Cromwell, Jr., John Dean (son)
Witnesses-James Cromwell, Charles Fannery, Joseph R. Andrews

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.143
John Dean Winess to will of David Fulton of New Windsor in 1770 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.17
John Dean Witness to a will "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.206
John Dean Only Dean in Orange Co. 1790 Census: at New Cornwall Town
6 male over 16; 3 males under 16; 7 females
 
John Dean Married Nelly Lott 13 Jan 1816, Dutch, Warwick, Orange, NY IGI
John Denniston Dean Relative of Heber C. Lovleland
Born 22 December 1816 Orange Co., NY
IGI

Jonathan Dean Sr.
(1740-1820)

Son of Jedediah Dean fo New Paltz, Ulster Co.; will dated 1781

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

 
Jonathan Dean Sr.
(1740-1820)

Jonathan Dean [s/o Jedediah Dean/Ariontyea Van Winkle]
b. abt.1740
m. 1765 to Mary Woolsey
d. 1820 VA

Ancestral File: [there is more]
Jonathan Dean Jr.
(1772-abt.1853)
Jonathan Dean [s/o Jonathan Dean/Mary Woolsey]
 b. 1772 Ulster NY

 d. 1853 AR
  children: A. J. Dean, Thomas Dean, Ebenezar Dean, Martin Dean, Peleg Dean, Hampton Dean, Amos Dean, Mary Dean
Ancestral File: [there is more]
Jonathan Dean Jr.
(1772-abt.1853)
"... Jonathan Dean, born abt 1772, in Ulster County, New York. He married Mary Cole. He migrated to Washington Co., Virginia, Henderson Co., Kentucky, Edwards Co., Illinois and finally to Searcy County, Arkansas where he died 10-9-1853. He is buried in the Horn Cemetery in Searcy County and I have a picture of his tombstone. It is of natural stone, large slabs of limestone, and the dates are handcarved. A lot of people think that he is descended from the Jonathan Dean, Sr. and Jedediah Dean but I'm not sure that anyone can prove it. I will help you all that I can with these Dean children...."

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From: <CDean91644@aol.com>
Subject: Jedediah Dean of Ulster County, New York
Date: Tue, 27 Jul 1999 19:55:33 EDT

Jonathan Dean Jr.
(1772-abt.1853)

Jonathan Dean, Jr., born c.1772 in New Paltz, Ulster Co., NY

"I suggest that you look at Searcy county, Arkansas, for Jonathan Dean (Jr), b. 1772 in New Paltz, Ulster Co., NY.; md. Mary (Cole?) on 15 Sept. 1794, Washington Co., VA, The family seems to have lived in Illinois for a few years then to Searcy county, Ark, around the late 1830s. The oldest child was Ebenezer Dean, I think he was. Jonathan Dean (Jr.) lived to be over eighty years. Several sons. Wanda Cole"

The following information is what I have forJonathon "Jack" Parker Dean.

1850 Census Searcy Co., Calf Creek Twshp, Arkansas
J.P. Dean age 21
Elizabeth 21
Martha P. 1
Nancy M / N. 5/12

1860 Census Newton Co., Polk Twshp; Arkansas
Jack P. Deane age 31
Elizabeth 31
Martha P. 12
Nancy N. 10
Richard 9
Martin P. 3
John M. 6
Marion W. 3/12

Re: Jonathan Parker "Jack" Dean, AR
on Dean Family Genealogy Forum
Posted by: Wanda Cole; Date: July 25, 2000 at 17:48:10
In Reply to: Jonathan Parker "Jack" Dean, AR by Belinda Merritt

Jonathan Dean Jonathan Dean [son of David Dean & Phebe Borland]
Born: March 1, 1796 Orange/Ulster Co., NY
Descendants of David and Phebe Dean
Jos. Dean

Brother of John DEAN whose will was proven 1766 at Waywayanda
Excerpt of Will of John Dean
JOHN DEAN - Vol.7, p.35, 1898: I, John Dean, of Waywayanda, in prect. of Goshen, Orange Co., being weakin body, leave all my estate, real and personal, to my father, Wm. Dean & my mother Catharine Dean & to my bros. Wm., Jos. & Nicholas & to sister, Mary Dean. My negroes are to be free & my exrs are to clear the precinct of all charge for them. My 3 negroes are to have each 100 pounds. Exrs: friends Richard Edwall & Sam'l Edsall. Wit: David McCalmly, John Edsall & John McCarnly. Proven Nov 22, 1766

 

Except: Orange County Genealogy Newsletter Vol.8, #2

Liber 25, p.357

Joseph Dean .... 3 Nicholas Dean Abt. 1690 - 1772 b: Abt. 1690 in Jamaica, Queens County, NY d: February 1772 in Yonkers, Weschester County, NY
....... +Deborah Seaman Abt. 1696 - b: Abt. 1696 in Hempstead, Long Island, NY4 William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
.. ...4 William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
.......... +Catherine
.......... 5 John Dean
.......... 5 William Dean
.......... 5 Joseph Dean
.......... 5 Nicholas Dean
............. +Margaret Hatfield m: 1789
.......... 5 Mary Dean
............. +Richard Hughes m: 1789
Stephen Odell Dean
Julia Ann Dains

Born 1793 Goshen, Oragne Co., NY
Married c.1818 to Henry Granis at Goshen, Orange Co., NY

Date: Sun, 04 Jul 1999 16:38:28 -0500
From: Tara van Brederode <taravb@bigfoot.com>
To: DAINS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: [DAINS-L] Julia Ann Dains
Hi-- This is my first posting...does anyone have any connections to Julia Ann Dains, b. 1793, who married Henry Grannis(s) between 1813 and 1814 in Goshen, Orange County, NY? I have lots of information on the Grannis side, but none on Dains at all! I would love to exchange information if you are interested!
Thanks--

Tara van B
MN
taravb@bigfoot.com
tvbrederode@cogsci.umn.edu

 

Julia Ann Dains "Tara, I just checked the IGI online and got the following information: Julia Ann Dains born 1793 in Goshen, Orange, New York film number 1760882 married Harry or Henry Grannis about 1813 in Goshen, Orange, New York, film number 1760807. Just go to your local FHC and order those two films and see what additional information it lists. Then if you would please post it on the list so we can all satisfy our curiousity in this matter. What do you know about the Grannis line. I know nothing. It will be interesting to see how this Julia Ann Dains ties into the rest of the family" From: rick moran <ramoran@amigo.net>
To: DAINS-L@rootsweb.com
Subject: Re: [DAINS-L] Julia Ann Dains
     
Lucinda Dean

Relative of Thomas A. Sayer
Born 28 Jul 1819, Orange, Orange Co., NY

IGI
Lydia Dean
(1813-1893)

Daughter of Solomon Dean

Solomon DEAN (1752-1787) ...in a Co. of engineers under Capt. Peter Mills, Col. Luther Baldwin...at Battle of Brandywine & surrender of Cornwallis. Born Hartford, CT; died 1787; m. Elizabeth BROWN.
son Reuben (1786-1845) m. 1807 Elizabeth DEVINE (1791-1868)
dau. Lydia (1813-1893) m. 1834 James DANSKIN

DAR Lineage Books, v.82, p.150-151
Lydia Dean

Married James Danskin 13 Nov 1834, Newburgh, Orange Co., NY

IGI
     
     
     
     

 

Name Comments Source
Margaret Marie Dean Margaret Marie Dean [daughter of David Dean and Phebe Borland']
Born July 11, 1798 probably in Orange/Ulster County, New York
Descendants of David and Phebe Dean
Mary Dains

Daughter of (unknown) DAINS and Mary SWEEZEY [d/o David SWEEZEY & Elizabeth CLARK]
born about 1775 NY

www.sweezey.net
Family Group Sheet for Family F01291

Mary Dains

Granddaughter of David Swezy (1718-1778)

DAVID SWEZY - Prct. of Goshen Orange Co Liber 33 Page 101
Will made 23 July 1778 Proved 13 May 1779
Wife: Elizabeth
Sons: David & Jonathan
Dau: Elizabeth Satterly
Granddaughter: Mary Dains
Executors: sons David and Jonathan
Witnesses: Noah Carpenter, Blacksmith; Bethiah Aldrig; Mehetable Hallock

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.
Mary Dains

JO111121 - Jonathan Owen b.1696 Southold, Suffolk, NY - d.1796 Mount Joy, Orange, NY
m(1) Bethia Terry
Jonathan Owen & Bethia had 5 children: Gershom Owen, James Owen, Nathaniel Owen, John Owen, Joshua Owen.

m(2) Mary Dains
Jonathan Owen & Mary DAINS had 6 children: Abagail Owen, Mary Owen, Bethia Tabity Owen, Hannah Owen, Margaret Owen, & Sarah Sally Owen. (Ancestral Records)

http://members.surfbest.net/krob/davidjohnson.html
Mary Dean

Daughter of William & Catharine Dean & Sister of John Dean of Waywayanda 1766

Excerpt of Will of John Dean
JOHN DEAN - Vol.7, p.35, 1898: I, John Dean, of Waywayanda, in prect. of Goshen, Orange Co., being weakin body, leave all my estate, real and personal, to my father, Wm. Dean & my mother Catharine Dean & to my bros. Wm., Jos. & Nicholas & to sister, Mary Dean. My negroes are to be free & my exrs are to clear the precinct of all charge for them. My 3 negroes are to have each 100 pounds. Exrs: friends Richard Edwall & Sam'l Edsall. Wit: David McCalmly, John Edsall & John McCarnly. Proven Nov 22, 1766

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.13

Orange County Genealogy Newsletter Vol.8, #2

Mary Dains

Born abt. 1765 Orange Co., NY, female, died unknown
married 1784 to Nathan Mapes b. 16 Aug 1760 Orange Co., NY
Son: Julius Mapes b.1786 Orange Co., NY, died 1868 Orange Co., NY

www.sweezey.net
F10800
Mary Dains

Married Nathan MAPES (b.1760) [s/o Hendrik Henry MAPES Jr./Ruth RUMSEY]

Hendrik Henry MAPES jr. (Thomas, William, William, Thomas) b. 2 Apr 1738 in Tappan, Rockland Co., NY; d. Sep 1812 in Monroe, Orange Co., NY
m. Sep 1756 Ruth RUMSEY, b. 1734 in Suffolk, NY, daughter of Simon Rumsey and Phoebe Rose; d. 1800 in Orange Co, NY
14 known children including.....Nathan MAPES b. 14 Aug 1760, m. Mary DAINS.....

Mapes query citing "Descendants of Thomas Mapes and Sarah Purrier" edited by Joseph Boyle, III:
Mary Dains

Married 9 Mar 1777 -- Mary DAINS to Silas HORTON, First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Or. Co., NY

Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
Mary Dean

Wife of Mr. Laroe
Daughter of Jedediah Dean of New Paltz, Ulster Co.; his will dated 1781
Brother of Jedediah, Gideon, Isaac, Abraham, Elizabeth and Jenny.

JEDEDIAH DEAN Abstracts of Wills Vol IX 1777-1783 Page 288
"In the Name of the Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, Three distinct persons, but one God. I, JEDEDIAH DEAN, of the Precinct of New Paltz, Ulster County. I leave to my three sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, all my real estate, houses, and lands. I leave to my wife Ariontyea the use of all so long as she remains my widow, and if it should so happen that she shall marry another husband, then she shall only have the sum of œ14 yearly out of my estate. My estate is to be appraised by two men, one chosen by my three sons aforesaid and the other by my three daughters, and for every hundred pounds the estate shall be valued at my sons are to pay œ10. And I leave the same and all my household furniture to my son Abraham and my daughters, Jenny Ellsworth, Elizabeth Woolsey, and Mary Laroe. I leave to my two sons, Jonathan and Daniel, ten shillings, but no legacies are to be paid until three years after my wife's decease. It is also agreed by my wife that all the debts and legacies due me in this state or in the Jerseys are to be applied to pay my just debts. I make my sons, Gideon, Jedediah, and Isaac, executors."
Dated July 20, 1781. Witnesses, Dr. Benjamin Ely, Simon Doian, Andreas Dubois, Jr. Proved, November 17, 1781

Abracts of Wills, V.IX 1777-1783, p.288
Mary Denn with W. Denn, witness of will of Benj. Coleman of Goshen in 1782 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.56
Mary Polly DEAN

"Looking for the parents of Polly (Mary) DEAN b. 1783 in Orange Co. NY, d. March 1857 in Colchester, Delaware Co. NY.  She married Joseph GEE in 1800 and their children were:  Benjamin, Betsy, William, Joseph, Sally, Mary, Angeline, and Hannah."


D. Kruse deloreskruse@wildblue.net 2/7/09

Mary Deane Witness of will of Wm. Jenkins of the Paultz in 1807 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.186
Mary Deen

Daughter of Daniel Deen of Town of Cornwall 1815

"DANIEL DEEN of Town of Cornwall Liber F page 32
Will made Dec 19, 1815 Probated April 4, 1816
Wife-Abigail Deen Son-Daniel C. Deen
Daughters-Elizabeth Deen; Hannah, Mary, Phebe Deen
Executors-Abigail Deen, Daniel P. Carpenter, Henry Titus
Witnesses-Henry Rider, Joseph Southerland, Mary Chandler"

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.153
Mary Dean

Daughter of Peter Dean of Town of Monroe 1815

PETER DEAN of Town of Monroe Liber E page 282
Will made March 4, 1815; Probated March 10, 1815
Wife - Elizabeth Dean;
Sons-John and Gilbert;
Daughters - Mary, Rebecca, Amy
Executors - James Cromwell, Jr., John Dean (son)
Witnesses-James Cromwell, Charles Fannery, Joseph R. Andrews

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.143
Mary Elizabeth Dean 14 Oct 1829 - ----, Bethlehem Cemetery Bethlehem Cemetery Stone Inscriptions, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY
Mercy Dean

Wife of Ebenezer Seeley
Son Josiah Seeley born 22 Sept. 1736

"Seeley, Josiah ***Father**Seeley , Ebenezer ***Mother***Dean , Mercy ***Birthdate***22 September 1736"

Ref ID: 633 Warwick Births from Online Genealogy Database, last updated 2004

http://www.refworks.com/refshare/?site=01002978336000000/1264529/217311129207295000

Moses Dane Witness to will of Levina Denton 1804 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p. 119
Moses DEANE 1800 census, Orange Co., NY p.272:1
Name Comments Source
Nicholas Dean

13 Brother of John Dean of Waywayanda 1766 25 p.357

Excerpt of Will of John Dean
JOHN DEAN - Vol.7, p.35, 1898: I, John Dean, of Waywayanda, in prect. of Goshen, Orange Co., being weakin body, leave all my estate, real and personal, to my father, Wm. Dean & my mother Catharine Dean & to my bros. Wm., Jos. & Nicholas & to sister, Mary Dean. My negroes are to be free & my exrs are to clear the precinct of all charge for them. My 3 negroes are to have each 100 pounds. Exrs: friends Richard Edwall & Sam'l Edsall. Wit: David McCalmly, John Edsall & John McCarnly. Proven Nov 22, 1766

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, , p.13

Orange County Genealogy Newsletter Vol.8, #2

Nicholas Dean

Nicholas DEAN; 1775 Assessment Roll, Dist 5 (Wickham's Pond, Bellvale Valley, etc.), p.567

District No. 5 is described as comprising the territory in the vicinity of Wickham's Pond, including Bellvale Valley. The boundaries between this and the other Warwick district are not very clear from this testimony, as Bellvale is thus mentioned in each; but the Bellvale neighborhood was of considerable extent, and may have been divided by the line of the assessment districts.

1775 Assessment Roll of Orange County, NY, compiled by Thomas Cornell [Information obtained from "History of Orange County, New York" by E.M. Ruttenber and L.H. Clark, 1881, reprinted by Heart of the Lakes Publishing, Interlaken, NY, 1980. Ruttenber & Clark comments about the importance of the 1775 Assessment Roll as an early record of the country history especially given the destructive fire which consumed the town clerk's office in 1842.] http://www.rootsweb.com/~nyorange/assessment_01.htm
Nicholas Dean

.... 3 Nicholas Dean Abt. 1690 - 1772 b: Abt. 1690 in Jamaica, Queens County, NY d: February 1772 in Yonkers, Weschester County, NY
....... +Deborah Seaman Abt. 1696 - b: Abt. 1696 in Hempstead, Long Island, NY4 William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
.. ...4 William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
.......... +Catherine
.......... 5 John Dean
.......... 5 William Dean
.......... 5 Joseph Dean
.......... 5 Nicholas Dean
............. +Margaret Hatfield m: 1789

.......... 5 Mary Dean
............. +Richard Hughes m: 1789

Stephen Odell Dean
Name Comments Source
Oliver Danz Witness of Zachariah Du Bois 1828 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.257
     
Name Comments Source
  Peter DEANE; 1800 census, Orange Co., NY; p.382:1  
Peter Dean

PETER DEAN of Town of Monroe Liber E page 282
Will made March 4, 1815; Probated March 10, 1815
Wife - Elizabeth Dean;
Sons-John and Gilbert;
Daughters - Mary, Rebecca, Amy
Executors - James Cromwell, Jr., John Dean (son)
Witnesses-James Cromwell, Charles Fannery, Joseph R. Andrews

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.143

Peter Dean Executor of Wm Fitzgerald Sr's Will "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.126
Peter Dean Executor of Gersham Clark Sr's Will "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.131
Peter Deane Witness of Wm. Jenkins of the Paultz 1807 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.186
Peter Dean Bought land from William Fannery in 1819 Orange County Deeds, 1703-1869 (LDS film #826949)
#509, year 1819, Liber J, p.431
Phebe Denn Wm & Phebe Denn - witness to will of David Oliver dated 1769 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.22
Phebe Denn Wm, Phebe & Daniel - Witness of Abel Wells 1773 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.26
Phebe Denn Wm & Phebe witn. Jeremiah Smith 1776 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.32
Phebe/Pheby Borland Dains

Daughter of William Borland and Tabitha McNeal
Born
Married David Dains 06 December 1784 at 1st Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Orange Co., NY

Marriage: Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
Phebe Denn Wife of William Denn of Mamakating 1794 63
Phebe Deen

Daughter of Daniel Deen of Town of Cornwall 1815

"DANIEL DEEN of Town of Cornwall Liber F page 32
Will made Dec 19, 1815 Probated April 4, 1816
Wife-Abigail Deen Son-Daniel C. Deen
Daughters-Elizabeth Deen; Hannah, Mary, Phebe Deen
Executors-Abigail Deen, Daniel P. Carpenter, Henry Titus
Witnesses-Henry Rider, Joseph Southerland, Mary Chandler"

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, 153
Polly See - Mary  
Name Comments Source
Rachel Dean Married Moses Haight 25 Dec 1718, Orange Co., NY IGI
Rachel Dean Children of ARTEMUS DEAN and SARAH are:
i. SAMUEL NOTT DEAN, b. Abt Jun 1815, Orange, NY; d. Abt 7 May 1817, Orange, NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange, NY
ii. HARRIET BREWSTER DEAN, b. 22 Dec 1816, Orange, NY.
iii. JOHN DENNISTON DEAN, b. 22 Dec 1816, Orange, NY.
iv. RACHEL DEAN, b. 25 Jul 1819, Orange, NY; d. 24 Dec 1887, Orange, NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange,NY
v. SAMUEL NOTT DEAN, b. Abt 1821, Orange, NY; d. 19 Jun 1845, Orange,NY.
BURIAL: Bethlehem Presbyterian Church Cemetery, Cornwall, Orange, NY
vi. ARTEMUS DEAN , JR., b. Abt 1823.

Posted by Jeannie-ology

<JKillickbr@AOL.com>

on Fri, 20 Feb 1998, at 1:32 p.m.

Rachel Dean

Born 25 Jul 1819
Died 24 Dec 1887
Buried Bethlehem Cemetery, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY

Bethlehem Cemetery Stone Inscriptions, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY
Rachel Dean Married James Rankin 26 Oct 1836, Newburgh, Orange Co., NY IGI
Rebecca Dean

Daughter of Peter Dean of Town of Monroe whose will was dated 1815

PETER DEAN of Town of Monroe Liber E page 282
Will made March 4, 1815; Probated March 10, 1815
Wife - Elizabeth Dean;
Sons-John and Gilbert;
Daughters - Mary, Rebecca, Amy
Executors - James Cromwell, Jr., John Dean (son)
Witnesses-James Cromwell, Charles Fannery, Joseph R. Andrews

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.143

Reuben Dean
(1786-1845)

Son of Solomon Dean (1752-1787)

DAR Lineage Books, v.82, p.150-151
Solomon DEAN (1752-1787) ...in a Co. of engineers under Capt. Peter Mills, Col. Luther Baldwin...at Battle of Brandywine & surrender of Cornwallis. Born Hartford, CT; died 1787; m. Elizabeth BROWN.
son Reuben (1786-1845) m. 1807 Elizabeth DEVINE (1791-1868)
dau. Lydia (1813-1893) m. 1834 James DANSKIN

DAR Lineage Books, v.82, p.150-151
Reuben Dean
(1786- )
Son of Soloman Dean & Elizabeth Brown
born 25 Aug 1786, Newburgh, Orange Co. NY
IGI
Royal Levator Dean 2/9/98 Hi I am looking for a Royal Levator Dean. He may also have come from Orange Cty. However, I have conflicting reports, so I am not sure. He settled in Illinois with his wife, Helen Flint Dean of Vermont, and roots to Mass. Pilgrims including Elizabeth Brewster. I have very complete records on her, none to speak of on him. Can you help? Please Reply to KA9FDV @ AOL THANKS! Judi J
9/30/98 HI TROY THANKS FOR COMING BACK TO ME . The only new information that we have, is from Royal Dean's death certificate. His son Jerry Dean was the informant, and Jerry's brother Willis was the registrar . They report his place of birth simply as New York. They further state that his father's name was Increase Dean. I have not had time to follow this any further. I will keep in touch ..judi

Judi J

KA9FDV @ AOL

Ruth Dane Daughter of Timothy Wood whose will is dated 1811, Mother of John & Abigail Jane Dane "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.128
     
Name Comments Source
Samuel Dain Married 12 Feb 1781 to Paheuee OLFIELD, First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Or. Co., NY Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
Samuel Denn Son of William Denn of Mamakating whose will is dated 1794 p.63; Liber C page 106
Samuel Nott Dean

Samuel Nott, son of Rev. Artemas & Sarah Dean
died May 7 ----, 1 yr, 11 mos., 2 days

Bethlehem Cemetery Stone Inscriptions, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY
Samuel Nott Dean

Samuel Nott, son of Rev. Artemas & Sarah Dean
Born abt 1815 Orange County, NY
Died abt 7 Ma 1817 Orange Co., NY

IGI
Samuel Nott

born 25 Nov 1821, Cornwall, Orange Co., NY
relative of Heber C. Loveland

IGI
Samuel Nott Dean Died 19 Jun 1845; aged 23 yrs, 6 mos. Bethlehem Cemetery Stone Inscriptions, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY
Sarah L. Dean Wife of Rev. Artemas Dean
Sarah L. Dean (wife) born 5 Jun 1792 died ----(underground)
Bethlehem Cemetery Stone Inscriptions, Bethlehem, Orange Co., NY
Solomon Dean Lived 1776 Ulster, Land Bounty Rights 4th Reg't New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, V.1, 1904, p.264

Solomon DEAN
(1752-1787)

Solomon DEAN (1752-1787) ...in a Co. of engineers under Capt. Peter Mills, Col. Luther Baldwin...at Battle of Brandywine & surrender of Cornwallis. Born Hartford, CT; died 1787; m. Elizabeth BROWN.
son Reuben (1786-1845) m. 1807 Elizabeth DEVINE (1791-1868)
dau. Lydia (1813-1893) m. 1834 James DANSKIN
DAR Lineage Books, v.82, p.150-151
Solomon Dean

Son of Moses Dean (abt 1726 England - Hartford, CT)
Born abt 1752 Hartford, CT
Died 1787 Newburgh, Orange Co., NY
married Elizabeth Brown (1752-1806) at Newburgh abt. 1748 or 1777

IGI
     
Name Comments Source
Tabitha Deans Married 1 Nov 1778 Isaac Corey at First Presbyterian Church, Goshen, Orange Co., NY Records from the First Presbyterian Church of Goshen 1767-1885, Comp. by Charles C. Coleman, Democrat Printing Co., Goshen, NY, c.1933
Thomas Denn 1790 U.S. Federal Census at Mamakiating Twp., Ulster Co., NY  
Thomas Dean Bought land from Daniel Dean in 1807 Orange County Deeds, 1703-1869 (LDS film #826949)
#509, year 1807, Liber J, p.507
     
Name Comments Source
W. Denn With Mary Denn - witnessed will of Benjamin Coleman of Goshen in 1782 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.56
Wilkerson Dean Married Susan Ellen McCord 13 Sep 1843, Montgomery, Orange Co., NY IGI
William Denn A weaver who witnessed will of Daniel Case of Goshen in 1760 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.9
William Denn Witness of Richard Bayles 1762 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.16
William Dean Sr.
(abt.1724-aft.1766)

Father of John Dean of Waywayanda 1766 Liber 25 p.357
Excerpt of Will of John Dean
JOHN DEAN - Vol.7, p.35, 1898: I, John Dean, of Waywayanda, in prect. of Goshen, Orange Co., being weakin body, leave all my estate, real and personal, to my father, Wm. Dean & my mother Catharine Dean & to my bros. Wm., Jos. & Nicholas & to sister, Mary Dean. My negroes are to be free & my exrs are to clear the precinct of all charge for them. My 3 negroes are to have each 100 pounds. Exrs: friends Richard Edwall & Sam'l Edsall. Wit: David McCalmly, John Edsall & John McCarnly. Proven Nov 22, 1766

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.13

Excerpt: Orange County Genealogy Newsletter Vol.8, #2

William DEAN Sr.
(abt.1724-aft.1766)

Married Catherine; son John died 1766 at Waywayanda, a precinct of Goshen; other kids by 1766 were Wm., Jos., Nicholas & Mary

.... 3 Nicholas Dean Abt. 1690 - 1772 b: Abt. 1690 in Jamaica, Queens County, NY d: February 1772 in Yonkers, Weschester County, NY
....... +Deborah Seaman Abt. 1696 - b: Abt. 1696 in Hempstead, Long Island, NY4 William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
.. ...4 William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
.......... +Catherine

.......... 5 John Dean
.......... 5 William Dean
.......... 5 Joseph Dean
.......... 5 Nicholas Dean
............. +Margaret Hatfield m: 1789
.......... 5 Mary Dean
............. +Richard Hughes m: 1789

Stephen Odell Dean

William Dean Jr.

Son William and Catharine Dean
Brother of John Dean of Waywayanda 1766 [25 p.357]

Excerpt of Will of John Dean
JOHN DEAN - Vol.7, p.35, 1898: I, John Dean, of Waywayanda, in prect. of Goshen, Orange Co., being weakin body, leave all my estate, real and personal, to my father, Wm. Dean & my mother Catharine Dean & to my bros. Wm., Jos. & Nicholas & to sister, Mary Dean. My negroes are to be free & my exrs are to clear the precinct of all charge for them. My 3 negroes are to have each 100 pounds. Exrs: friends Richard Edwall & Sam'l Edsall. Wit: David McCalmly, John Edsall & John McCarnly. Proven Nov 22, 1766

"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, Early Wills: p.13

Orange County Genealogy Newsletter Vol.8, #2

William Dean Jr.

1. Samuel Deane Abt.1630 England, d: 8Aug 1707 Jamaica, Queens Co., NY
...2. Jonathan Deane Abt. 1658 - Abt. 1718 b: Abt. 1658 in Jamaica, Queens County, NY d: Abt. October 01, 1718 in Jamaica, Queens County, NY
...... +Margaret (?Sneathen) Abt. 1660 - Unknown b: Abt. 1660 d: Unknown m: Abt. 1683
.......... 3. Nicholas Dean Abt. 1690 - 1772 b: Abt. 1690 in Jamaica, Queens County, NY d: February 1772 in Yonkers, Weschester County, NY
.......... +Deborah Seaman Abt. 1696 - b: Abt. 1696 in Hempstead, Long Island, NY4 William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
...............4. William Dean Abt. 1724 - Unknown b: Abt. 1724 in Eastchester, NY d: Unknown
.............. +Catherine
................... 5. John Dean [This appears to be the John of Waywaanda, who left will dated 1766]
................... 5. William Dean
................... 5. Joseph Dean
................... 5. Nicholas Dean
....................... +Margaret Hatfield m: 1789
................... 5. Mary Dean
...................... +Richard Hughes m: 1789

Stephen Odell Dean
William Dean

a William Dean was living in Wallkill Precinct. as early as 1767

NAMES 0F PERSONS ON THE TOWN RECORD AS EARLY AS 1767....William Borland, Charles Borland, John McNeal & William Dean...

Town of Walkill, Page 6
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
www.usgennet.org/usa/ny/
county/orange/history/wal5.htm
William DEEN Orange Co. Militia, 4th Regt., Col. John Hathorn; p.163
The Line, 4th Regt., Col. James Holmes; p.49
"Yesteryears", Vol. 6, No. 24, June 1963, FHL 974.7 B2y Vol. 6, pg.208-213. A Quarterly Magazine for the appreciation and study of New York Regional History [This is an addendum to New York in the Revolution as Colony and State, by James A Roberts, 1897] p.163 & 49
William Denn Witness of jacob Gale 1768 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.16
William Denn Wm & Phebe - witness David Oliver 1769 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.22
William Denn Executor of Hannah Smith, widow, Ulster Co. 1770 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.17
William Denn Wm, Phebe & Daniel - Witness of Abel Wells 1773 33 p.95 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.26
William Denn Witness of Elizabeth Harrison 1776 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.23
William Denn Schoolmaster; witness of Samuel Dunning 1776 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.27
William Denn Schoolmaster of Ulster & Phebe witn. J. Smith 1776 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p.32
William Denn Sr. 1790 Census at Mamakating, Ulster Co., NY 3 / 2 / 4 / 0 / 0 p.173
William Denn Jr. 1790 Census at Mamakating., Ulster Co., NY 1 / 1 / 3 / 0 / 0 p.173
William Dean William B. Dean [son of David and Phebe Dean]
Born: December 20, 1793
Descendants of David and Phebe Dean
William Denn [Sr] WILLIAM DENN of Mamakating Liber C Page 106
Will made December 17, 1794 Probated 25 january 1804
Wife -- Phebe Denn
Sons -- Samuel (minor), William
Son-in-law -- William Amsbary; other children no names
Executors -- Moses Phillips, Esq; William Amsbary, Phebe Denn
Witnesses -- James Finch, James Finch Jr., Judy Sconee
"Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p. 63
William Denn [Jr] William Denn, son of William Denn of Mamakating whose will is dated 1794 "Early Orange County Wills, two volumes in 0ne, 1731-1830,” Orange County Genealogical Society, Goshen, NY; LDS Fiche 6117875, p. 63

William Henry Dains
(1817-18??)

David L. DAINS s/o Henry DAINS
b. 3 Jan 1794 Chester, Orange Co., NY
m. 22 Feb 1817 Orange Co., NY
Olive Tuthill
Issue:
1. David Swezey DAINS b. 27 Mar 1820 Orange Co., NY
2. William Henry DAINS b. 18 Dec 1817 Orange Co., NY
IGI
 

Still need to check

Village and Town of Newburgh Records 1803-1838
http://www.geocities.com/Athens/Bridge/3962/1803/name_c-d.htm#DDAR Lineage Books for Rev. War vet's families

My remainder of my Orange Co. notes

 

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