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My Genealogy Home Page:1. Emily Denning, Daughter-inlaw Emily Denning handwritten notes of marriage and children of this marriage with dates of birth.
2. Casey's in RI.Don Casey decendent, E-mailed this information. and shared the blank spaces to contirbute in my Casey lineage
3. Civil War biographies from Newburgh Telegraph, auther: Glen Moser, Private 161st Regiment, Company B. Enlisted at Watkins, NY; volunteered in the storming party at Port Hudson together with several skirmishes; sick eight days,Born in Goshen, Orange County, NY. 1830, son of William and Cornelia (Olde) Denning.He resided at day of enlistment at Catherine, Schuyler County, NY.His brothers served in colored regiments, Chauncey passed as a white and was assigned to the 161st Regement.Occupation mason.Franklin LA. February 29, 18864.
4. Angelica Collectana, compiled by L.L. Stillwell, The Angelica Advocate, Angelica, NY, Page 131955, Daniel Denning(1844-1920)Lot #824 Until the Day of Dawn Cemtary, Angelica, NY.Born in Corning in Dec 1844 of Daniel and Mary Denning, New Bedford Indians; DiedMay 20, 1920.His roving Indian blood brought him to Angelica and on the 3rd day Aril, 1871 he married Miss Jennie Bolton, daughter of Samual Bolton, a Narraganset Indian.Aside from an occational wandering trip his home has been in Angelica for 49 years.When the Civil War broke out he enlisted and made a good soldier.Besides his wife he is survived by his two children, Elmer and Mrs. Vera Stewart; one sister, Mrs. Mrs. Mary Nolan of Elmira and two brothers, Dyer Denning of Bath and Charles Denning.
5. Angelica Collectana, compiled by L.L. Stillwell, The Angelica Advocate, Angelica, NY.
6. Newspaper, Smethport, PA.1931 Obituary of Blanch Denning wife of Frank.
7. Bruce Denning, Certificate of disability for discharge.Army Of The United States.Civil War,(Service Record, WW!No. 7911Honorable Discharge from U.S. Army).
8. Obituary from the "Mountour Falls Free Press" dated Dec. 20, 1906.
9. Marriage location and date of George and Carrie, Handwritten records my mother saved.
10. Bruce Denning.
11. Emily Denning, Daughter-inlaw Emily Denning handwritten notes of marriage and children of this marriage with dates of birth.
12. National Guard honorably discharged records Form No. 525-1, A.G.O. August 5th, 1917.United States Army Military RecordsEnlistment papers 3-3164.Honorably Discharge RecordsMay 8, 1919.Circular 106 WD 1918.Misc. Newspaper articles.
13. History of town of Catherine, Schuyler Co. NY.Written family records passed down from our family, History of the town of Catherine, Schuyler Co. NY.
14. Bruce Denning,, Havana Journal, Saturday 10, 1880.Passing of Mrs. Denning at Odessa, in Schuyler Co.Obituary.
15. Department Of The Interior, Bureau of Pensions.United States Pension Agency 3-1081, 3-402Certificate No. 161675.3-1081 Pension dropped, Document includes wife's full name and married name.Marriage date and location.Children and dates of birth of living children.3-1081 Pension dropped because of death October 6, 1906.Certificate No. 161675.
16. Old letters and pictures my mother saved, The letters describe a man that was resless and never provided his family with any sense of security.He seemed to be away from his family for periods of time and was always looking for some way to make it big.He invested in land in FLA that turned out to be a swamp.This land today is Deland and all the property around there is very high priced.My mother said it was about 110 acres. His letters mention land he thought oil would be found.In some letters he makes reference to going out west and striking it rich.
17. Smehport Newspaper, July 2, 1931, No. 27, Vol; LXX.