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    ," New York Genealogical & Biographical Recorods Volumes 120-122 [1989-1991]: page 164 [July 1989] - "Samuel-3 Denton, Jr. (Samuel-2, Rev. Richard-1), born say 1665 in Hempstead, Long Island, was the oldest child in a large family and the father of a family equally large. ...
    Samuel-3 married second between 1692 and 1697 in Hempstead to Abigail
    (Barlow) Rowland. Abigail was born 1671 to John and Abigail (Lockwood)
    Barlow of Fairfield, CT and married Johnathan Rowland there say 1688.
    ...In addition to his will, lists of the members of Samuel's large family fortunately survive from two other documents, the 1698 Hempstead census and the book with family history noted above, which gives birthdates for all but one of the children. Chilren of Samuel and Abigail (Barlow)(Rowland) Denton, all born in Hempstead: Ruth b. 10 Nov. 1693, living 1698; nothing more known. John b. say 1695, d. before 1698 census, Mary twin 9 Jan 1697/8 m. Benjamin Smith, Martha twin " " m. Jonah Halstead in Tappan, NY, John b. 12 Jan 1699/70, Deborah b. 18[10?]Sep 1701 m Joseph Carman, sons Samuel b. 21 Sep 1722, Josh b 25 Aug 1724.
    twin daughters
    Joseph 9 May 1705
    Ceziah b 12 July 1707
    Jemina b 5 Aug 1707 will proved 24 July 1734 daugh Deborah
    Ann b 27 Apr 1712.
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