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Re: elisha dendy/ Alabama
Posted by: Jan Chandler (ID *****7166) Date: November 22, 2003 at 17:26:59
In Reply to: Re: elisha dendy/ Alabama by Cathy Cogswell of 389

Elisha was born 9-23-1849, died 3-14-1922 in Marshall Co. AL. He was the son of Thomas Daniel Dendy. He did have at least three wives and many children. I am not really sure which wives, went with which children. His wives were Dela Stowe, Delia E. Terrell, and possibly Anna Stone and Louisa Carnes. I have Deal Stowe as the mother of a Lou Dendy born Sept 1895. Lou's siblings include Pluma, Thomas Adkins, Toma, Climma, Josie, and Fannie.

Elisha is buried at New Hope Cem. in Marshall Co. AL along with his father and many other Dendys. Youngsett was TD's father and John, born 5-13-1765 in Laurens Co. SC, was Youngsett's father. William Dendy born about 1738 was John's father.

If you search for these names on Rootsweb WorldConnect Project, you will be able to see the links.

I am a descendant of John Harvey Dendy, Elisha Beamond Dendy's youngest brother. I have some copes of some old photos including a good one of Elisha and his children. Let me know if you are interested. Hope this helps.


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