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Kanawha County cousins : a history of the history of the families of Dean--Perry--Painter--Ritz : related and allied families include: Lane, McDermott, Burgess, Morris, Holenson, Vanderzee, Kller, Copen, Spencer, Glassburn, White, Sulovka, Mulesa, Slack, Elswick, Garten

[compilers: Carolyn Ann (Dean) Shields and Charles Louis Shields]
Books/Monographs
English
Wyandotte, Oklahoma : Gregath, 1998
xix, 299 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, ports.

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George Dean (ca. 1791-1842) was born in Pennsylvania and served with the Virginia militia in the War of 1812. He marred Polly Fisher (ca. 1795-1825) in 1813 in Montgomery County, Virginia. He married 2) Anna Askins in 1828. They probably had seven children. He died in Pulaski County, Virginia. His son, James Dean (1817-before 1910), was born in Montgomery County, Virginia. He married twice and had seventeen children, ca. 1848-1881. He died in Kanawha County, West Virginia. Record lists the children and some grandchildren of each generation but chiefly traces line of descent to Carolyn Ann Dean. She was born at Charleston, West Virginia, in 1938, the daughter of Carlous Arthur Dean (1906-1986) and Phyliss Daisy Perry Dean (1907-1979). She married Charles Shields in 1978. She had three children from previous marriages and he had four children from a previous marriage; making a combined family of seven children. Children, step children and grandchildren live in Indiana and West Virginia.

Includes other ancestral and related families of Carolyn Ann Dean Shields, expecially families living in Kanawah County, West Virginia. Ancestors include: Henry Painter (ca. 1748-1827), a Revolutionary War soldier, of Germany and Virginia -- Thomas Perry (ca. 1765-1848), a Revolutionary War soldier, of Maryland and Greenbrier County, West Virginia -- George Ritz (1832-1896) of Kentucky and West Virginia.

Contents: Dean family -- Lore family -- Lane family -- Litten family -- Snavely family -- Painter family -- Smith family -- Perry family -- McDermott family -- Ritz family -- Burgess family -- Copen family -- Slack family -- White family -- Morris family -- Elswick family -- Hudnall family -- Burgess family -- Spencer family -- Glassburn family -- Keller family -- Garten family -- Mack family -- Sulovka family -- Mulesa family -- VanderZee family -- Boomsma family -- Hudnall addenda -- Burgess addenda -- White addenda -- Index.

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