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Amos Dean (b. 1781)
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Picture is photo of old Daguerrotype of Amos Dean Jr.

I19 - Amos Dean Jr (5 Jul 1781 Hebron,,CT - 30 Mar 1857 Griggsville,Pike,IL)
m I20 - Anna Doubleday 19 Oct 1803.
(10 Aug 1780 Lebanon Twp,New London,CT - 3 Dec 1854
Griggsville,Pike,IL)

Their children were
I1041 - Mary Dean (11 Jan 1806 - 9 Dec 1875) m I1042 - Luman
Curtis
I1042 - Hiram Dean (28 Jan 1808 - 7 Sep 1876) m I1044 - Wealthy Saunders
I14 - Henry Elisha Dean ( 5 Oct 1809 - 15 Mar 1877) m I15 - Mary Lopp Cohenour
I1040 - Harvey Dean (?0 Aug 1811 - 13 Sep 1827)
I1045 - Sarah Ann Dean (20 Sep 1813 - 2 Mar 1861) m I1046 - Charles Wattles
I1048 - Daniel Dean ( 2 Sep 1815 - 27 Apr 1885) m I1049 - Lydia A Scranton
I1058 - Clarissa M Dean (30 Sep 1817 - 26 Feb 1897) m I1059 - Rev
Nathaniel Cleveland
I1060 - Harriet C Dean (20 Jun 1820 - 22 Sep 1890) m I1061 - Samuel Law

The "I" numbers are the RINs in my database and will identify the
relationships of the other pictures I am sending - I have pictures of *all*
the persons above except Anna and Harvey which I only have silhouettes.

The whole Dean clan migrated to Pike county IL about 1834-1836. In fact,
there's a family farm with a barn that still contains at least part of the
covered wagon used in the journey. This was probably Amos and Anna's wagon.

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