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From: "Pat Curtis" <>
Subject: Deno.txt
Date: Sat, 16 Oct 1999 16:10:00 -0500


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These are my Deno ancestors and was wondering if anyone else can help me
with this line.
Pat C

Deno.txt

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16 Oct 1999 Family Group Sheet
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Husband: Lewis "Lew" Henry DENO #1056 =20
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Born: 13-May-1854 in: Keesville,NY =
1
Baptized: in: =20
Died: 1933 in: CO =
1
Buried: in: =20
Other: in: =20
Ref: Occupation: =20
Father: Lewis Henry DENO #1054
Mother: Angelina RABEDEAU #1055
In 1904 the family moved from Lester to Sioux City,IA but due to =
Minnie's
health,they were advised to move to a higher and dryer climate.So they =
came
out from Iowa in 1908 to Colorado and homesteaded 18 miles southeast of =
Akron
which is now south of Akron on Hwy 63 to the base line and east 7 miles =
on the
north side of the road.Homestead houses were always referred as "Claim =
Shacks"
Before moving to Colorado,Lew had a general merchandise store in =
Alta,Iowa
and Lester,Iowa.In the Lester store Minnie had a millinery shop and made
beautiful hats.They were marvelous creations with many ostrich =
feathers,willow
plumes,etc. She was also a very fine seamstress.Lew was always =
interested in
northeastern Colorado,and in 1907 he and an old friend,R.H.Spencer,known =
as
Grandpa Spencer,arrived in Akron hunting homesteads.Everything close to =
Akron
was taken up and Lew filed for a homestead 18 miles southeast of Akron =
with
Grandpa Spencer homesteading just across the road west of him.Returning =
to
Iowa,he disposed of nearly all their possessions except a few household
items,which included their piano,which Minnie felt she could not leave =
behind.
On this homestead they resided until the spring of 1914,when they had a =
sale
and moved to Akron,where Lew became a real estate agent and farmed on =
the
side. In 1915 they purchased the Trovinger home,located at 317 =
Adams,where in
later years was always known as "Grandma Deno's."
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Wife: Minnetta "Minnie" Jane STAYNOR #1057 =20
Married: 27-Nov-1886 in: Storm Lake,Iowa =
his age: 32 her age: 19 1
Ceremony: Y Divorced/Annulled/Separated: End year =20
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Born: 9-Nov-1867 in: Langworthy,IA =
1
Baptized: in: =20
Died: April 1966 in: Akron,Washington Co.,CO =
1
Buried: in: =20
Other: in: =20
Ref: Occupation: Dressmaker =20
Father: Washington STAYNOR #1058
Mother: Maria GAULT #1059
She was 98 years old when she died per article in Washington County =
Pioneer
Book.She was always busy sewing for her own family and made a good part =
of
their living sewing for others.Yeaman's spelled her last name "STAYNER".
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F Child 1 Zilla Ethel DENO #1060 =20
Born: After 1886 in: Alta,IA =
1
Baptized: in: =20
Died: in: =20
Buried: in: =20
Other: in: =20
Ref: Occupation: School Teacher Boise,ID =20
Spouse: Clarence ELFORD #1081
Married: 1911 in: Boise,Idaho =
1
Ceremony: Y Divorced/Annulled/Separated: End Year: =
=20
Taught school in Boise,Idaho ca 1910.
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F Child 2 Ina Agnes DENO #1062 =20
Born: After 1886 in: Alta,IA =
1
Baptized: in: =20
Died: in: =20
Buried: in: =20
Other: in: =20
Ref: Occupation: =20
Spouse: Fred ROWLAND #1079
Married: 1910 in: CO =
1
Ceremony: Y Divorced/Annulled/Separated: End Year: =
=20
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F Child 3 Helen Alice DENO #1048 died at age: 86=20
Born: 27-Oct-1895 in: Lester,IA =
2
Baptized: in: Akron United Methodist Church,Akron,CO =
1
Died: 27-Dec-1981 in: Akron,CO Washington County Nursing Home =
3
Buried: in: Akron,Washington Co.,CO Akron Cemetery =
4
Other: in: =20
Ref: Occupation: Teacher,Davis School,CO =20
Spouse: Ezra Franklin ALISHOUSE #1041
Married: 30-Nov-1916 in: Akron,Washington Co.,CO At Parents Home =
1
Other: of Helen's. in: =20
Ceremony: Y Divorced/Annulled/Separated: End Year: =
=20
They were married at her parents (DENO) home.She was a proud owner of =
the
Servel Electrolux Ref.first operated on kerosene and later Propone. She =
raised
baby chicks,also turkey,guineas and later white geese.In 1966 when her =
mother
died they bought her home in Akron at 317 Adams,remodeled some what,they =
don't
live in it year around,it is used for extended stays. Yeamans state her =
middle
name was "Anne".
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F Child 4 Hazel Maria DENO #1061 =20
Born: After 1896 in: Alta,IA =
1
Baptized: in: =20
Died: in: =20
Buried: in: =20
Other: in: =20
Ref: Occupation: =20
Spouse: Jeff HORTON #1080
Married: 1913 in: CO =
1
Ceremony: Y Divorced/Annulled/Separated: End Year: =
=20
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1 From "Washington County Pioneers-Vol II book which is at Akron Public =
Library,
302 Main,Akron,CO 80720.=20

2 From "Washington County Pioneers-Vol II book which is at Akron Public =
Library,
302 Main,Akron,CO 80720.Kevin Alishouse gave me the date of birth,on =
June 30
1994.Also rec'd it from Yeamans & Gordon Memorial Chapel,of Arkon,CO=20

3 per Yeamans & Gordon Memorial Chapel 175 West Third - P.O.Box 576 =
Akron,CO
80720 phone (303) 345-2424 ltr dated 14 Dec 1993.=20

4 Per files of Kevin Alishouse 2408 Brookside Dr.Minot,ND 58701-6821 =
Phone#701-
838-6799 June 30,1994.=20

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