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July 15, 2006 Sue Montgomery passed away.
site was her labor of love for years.
site will be kept active and is dedicated to the memory of Sue
us read and recollect and impress upon our souls the views and ends of
our more immediate forefathers, in exchanging their native country for
a dreary, inhospitable wilderness . . . Recollect their amazing
fortitude, their bitter sufferings -- the hunger, the nakedness, the
cold, which they patiently endured -- the severe labors of clearing
their grounds, building their houses, raising their provisions, amidst
dangers from wild beasts and savage men, before they had time or money
or materials for commerce. Recollect the civil and religious
principles and hopes and expectations which constantly supported and
carried them through all hardships with patience and resignation.
Let us recollect it was liberty, the hope of liberty, for
themselves and us and ours, which conquered all discouragements,
dangers, and trials." President John
is with great appreciation that I acknowledge the dozens of Denton and
allied family members who have shared their personal family information
so generously. The information contained in these pages is the result
of the work of many people over the span of many decades, which, along
with my own research, I have compiled over the last several years. It
is on-going and we are open to and welcome all additions and/or
corrections. What you will find here are about 20
generations of descendants of Rev.
who came to America in 1635. Other Denton lines represented
here include the family of David
and Rachel Scholl
unique in family histories, what you will find below
are stories of people who are mostly related to each other by blood and
so also to many of us Denton researchers.
If you are a Denton descendant, you are most likely reading here about
your own family.
have Denton or related family,
we invite you to join the Denton list
(instructions at bottom of page) and
submit your questions to the list.
site is dedicated
loving appreciation to