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Henry and Lydia Dutton DeJean and family

Henry and Lydia Dutton DeJean and family

Henry and Lydia Dutton DeJean were married in 1848 and lived in Columbus, Warren, PA all their married life. In the picture are:

Back Row: Laverne b 1855, Almond b 1871. Will Carson b 1862, Charlie b 1864 or Albert b 1858, Lewis b 1867, Charlie or Albert.

Front Row: Inez b 1851, mother Lydia b 1828, father Henry b 1825, Nancy b 1849, Ella b 1853.

Henry & Lydia were married in 1848 and homesteaded in Columbus, PA, near her parents Salmon & Irena Barnes Dutton. Their children:

1. Nancy Marion b Sep 9 1849 married George Conroe 1870 d Feb 12, 1898 buried Springcreek Cemetery
2. Inex Isabella b Aug 04, 1851, d Nov 5 1921 buried Springcreek Cemetery
3. Ella Phoebe b July 28, 1853 married Burdett Morton Dec 12, 1872 d July 16, 1913 buried Springcreek Cemetery
4. Laverne DeJean b Sep 05, 1855, married Fannie Fisher Apr 22, 1877, married Matilda Stoke Nov 1 1883, married Rozilla Lepley Nov 4 1894. Laverne, Matilda & Rozilla buried Springcreek Cemetery
5. Albert A b Sep 06, 1884, married Sarah Stoke Oct 26, 1884, d May 10, 1907 buried Springcreek Cemetery
6. Will Carson b July 22, 1862, married Minnie Greeley Feb 22, 1862, d Jun 11, 1936 buried Springcreek Cemetery
7. Charles Lee b Nov 18 1864 married Rachael M. Casler Dec 04, 1887 d Nov 23, 1817 buried Pine Grove Cemetery Erie, PA
8. Lewis Monroe b Aug 23, 1867 d Feb 7 1949 buried Springcreek Cemetery
9. Almond DeWain b Mar 23, 1871, married Sarah Stokes Oct 21, 1908, d Dec 13, 1924 buried Springcreek Cemetery.

Submitted by Bobby Hendrick, great great grandchild

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