son:Nathaniel Dennis (b. bef. 1720- d aft 9 Jun 1770, possibly aft 1791 Henrico)
Mary Dennis m. James ALLEN (d bef Oct 1741)
son: James Allen (b bef 22 Mar 1731/2, living 22 Mar 1753) dau: Elizabeth dau: Mary Allen
Mary Allen m (bef 2 Aug 1762) Constant Perkins of Louisa Co.
------------ 7 Oct 1735 Matthew Dennis and John Shewmaker witnesses to deed from Charles Christian of Charles City County to Edward Revis for 200 acres on a branch of Tuckahoe Creek called Stony run (patented by Christian)
October Court Henrico 1741deed recorded from John Shoemaker to Mary Allen (number of acres not stated)
30 Jun 1749deed of gift from Thomas alley to James Alley of 100 acres bounded by the Stony run, said Thomas Alley, David Staples and Mary Allen.
22 Mar 1753 (Henrico)Deed of gift (a will, in effect) from Mary Allen to son James Allenof land and plantation where I now live, bought of John shoemaker, being 100 acres, reserving life estate; personal property to daughter Elizabeth; same to daughter Mary Allen
3 Feb 1755 (Henrico) deed from David Staples to William Ford for 50 acres adjoining Mary Allen and others
2 Aug 1762 (Henrico) deed from Constant Perkins and Mary his wife to Nathaniel Dennis son of the said Mary Perkins; 100 acres on branches of Tuckahoe Creek, same tract which said Mary bought from John shoemaker "in the time she lived as widow of James Allen deceased" and the same tract where said Nathaniel Dennis now lives
9 Jun 1770 (Henrico) Nathaniel Dennis deed to Burgis Henderson for 100 acres on Stony run, adjoining other land owned by said Dennis; wife Rachel relinquished dower right