Ancestors of Max & Susan DeBeeson



Orvilla Dejean


Husband Orvilla Dejean


         Born: 1843 - Ohio
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       Father: William Richard Dejean 2
       Mother: Mary Ann Whiply

     Marriage: Abt 1861 - Ohio


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Parker Dejean


Husband Parker Dejean


         Born: Abt 1854 - Ohio
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       Father: William Richard Dejean 2
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Senie [Alvina] Dejean


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Wife Senie [Alvina] Dejean


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       Father: William Richard Dejean 2
       Mother: Mary Ann Whiply



Stephan Louis Dejean and Cornelia Rouse


Husband Stephan Louis Dejean 1


         Born: 1790 - Paris, France
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       Father: Stephan Louis Dejean Comte
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     Marriage: Abt 1807 - New York


Wife Cornelia Rouse


         Born: 1783 - Rouses Point, Clinton, New York
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1 M Thomas W. Dejean


         Born: 6 Jan 1808 - New York
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         Died: INT 1877 (6 Feb/Mar 1877) - Lafarge, , Wisconsin
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2 F Harriett Dejean 3


         Born: 10 Jul 1809 - Saratoga, Saratoga, New York
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         Died: 8 May 1898 - Elantine, Chautauqua, New York
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3 M William Richard Dejean 2


         Born: 2 May 1814 - Leroy, , New York
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         Died: 21 Jul 1899 - Nevada, Wyndotte, Ohio
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       Spouse: Mary Ann Whiply
         Marr: Abt 1833 - Nevada, Wyndotte, Ohio
Eda's mother's funeral info.jpg (354751 bytes)
  Furneral Detail for Mary Ann Whiply Dejean, wife of William Richard Dejean

4 M Lewis C. Dejean


         Born: 3 Jun 1815 - New York
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5 M Joseph Dejean


         Born: 16 Feb 1816 - Genesee, New York
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         Died: 3 Feb 1904 - Wisconsin
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6 F Susan Dejean


         Born: 6 Apr 1817 - New York
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7 M Nelson Dejean


         Born: Abt 1819 - New York
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8 M Charles Dejean


         Born: Abt 1821 - New York
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9 F Mary Dejean


         Born: Abt 1823 - New York
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10 F Maria Dejean


         Born: Abt 1825 - New York
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11 M Martin Tillmark Dejean


         Born: 24 Mar 1827 - Chautauqua, New York
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         Died: 22 Sep 1922 - Ontario, , California
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12 M Julian F. S. Dejean


         Born: 27 Apr 1828 - New York
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         Died: 26 Jan 1898 - Buffalo Gap, , South Dakota
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General Notes (Husband)

Notes
1 Stephen and His brothers are reputed to have escaped from the Paris of ROBES PIERRE just before the gates of Paris were sealed in 1794. His age is given as around 16.   Myrle GRIMES states "one record said 13 " They settled in England then came to the New World. It is unclear as to whether they first came to Canada although one branch of the family has that oral tradition. Various sources agree that they were involved in the silk/lace trade and there were DEJEANs in the Chantilly area. They were Protestants and there is a tradition that they were of one of the lesser noble houses. There definitely was a family of DEJEANs who were instrumental in the preservation of King Henry V (edit of Nantes) life and throne. There was also a DEJEAN during the reign of Louis X IV whose wife was a friend of Mdm. BOURBON (said wife was a frequent attendee at court related functions). Interestingly enough Napolean's Field Marshall was one Ami DEJEAN. Ami's son served as an aide-de-camp and apparently went into exile with Napoleon as he is mentioned in Napoleon's will as "my aide DEJEAN. " There are several families of DEJEANs scattered throughout the US and Canada all seem to have hit a roadblock in genealogy when they reach "French shores" whether Catholic or Protestant. There was also a large group of Protestant DEJEANs who fled in 1695 (repeal of the Edict of Nantes) to England. In England the name became DE JEANNE then was further Anglicized into JAYNE. These JAYNE descendants then emigrated to New York State and then to Wisconsin to further add to the confusion. As of today there is a huge body of missing pieces which need to be found in order to "reassemble" this fragmented family.
WI. In 1837

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Cornelia's nickname was "Nellie".

Stephan Louis Dejean Comte


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1 M Stephan Louis Dejean 1


         Born: 1790 - Paris, France
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         Marr: Abt 1807 - New York


Stephen Dejean


Husband Stephen Dejean


         Born: Abt 1837 - Ohio
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       Father: William Richard Dejean 2
       Mother: Mary Ann Whiply

     Marriage: Abt 1856 - Ohio


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