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Re: John Danison - Allgany , Maryland - 1817
Posted by: Pat Pulasky Date: August 01, 2000 at 17:28:02
In Reply to: Re: John Danison - Allgany , Maryland - 1817 by Ed Danison of 46

Ed:
I'm trying to locate the family of my Great-Great-Great Grandmother Rebecah.

She is Rebecah Danison Dawson, born 1790, died 1826 in Allegany County; married John P. Dawson in Allegany County in 1809. Rebecah is an unusual spelling for Rebecca. I discovered there are some unusual first names in the Dannison/Danison line. I thought perhaps the unusual spellings might tie them to my Rebecah. Is there a Rebecah in any of the families you are researching in Allegany County? I have reason to believe that she had ties to a Dannison or Danison family in Ohio.

(1) I discovered a mention of Abisha DANNISON, male, born ca 1791, perhaps Allegany Co; with parents Jared and Martha Dannison.

(2) And, without his parents listed, Abisha DANNISON, male, married in Allegany County in 1816 to Mary Devenbaugh.

(3) Also found (without parents listed) Achsah Ann DANISON, female, born about 1804 in Maryland.

Thank you,and other Dannison/Danison researchers, for any assistance.

Pat Pulasky


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