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1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« on: Thursday 09 September 10 21:13 BST (UK) »
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I am looking for any information in the 1830 and 1840 census for Thomas Dean b. 1797 in Virginia. He married Catherine Chick (b. abt. 1798 in Virginia) in March of 1820 in Knox County, Kentucky. Children were Daniel (b. 1822), Elizabeth Mary (b. abt. 1825), Amanda (b. 1825), William (b. 1829), Mary (b. abt. 1836), Margaret (b. abt. 1838) - all children born in Knox. According to later census records that I have (I do not need 1850, 1860 or 1870 census records), Thomas was a farmer. I do not know when Thomas died other than it was after the 1870 census. His wife, Catherine) died abt. 1888. I am led to believe the parents of Thomas were John Franklin Dean & Sarah Lincoln. Any information regarding census, marriage, death, burial records, etc. would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance.

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Re: 1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« Reply #1 on: Thursday 09 September 10 21:28 BST (UK) »
Catherine Chick Dean

Born† 1800, USA
Died 1888, USA

Burial:

Dean Cemetery #01
Bell County
Kentucky, USA


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Re: 1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« Reply #2 on: Thursday 09 September 10 21:30 BST (UK) »
Thomas Dean

Born† 1795, USA
Died 1875, USA

Burial:

Dean Cemetery #01
Bell County
Kentucky, USA

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Dean             Catherine Chick     1800          1888
Dean             Mary P.             08/31/1836    04/03/1904
Dean             Thomas              1795          1875
Dean             W.H.H.              05/19/1829    03/29/1901

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Re: 1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« Reply #3 on: Thursday 09 September 10 21:37 BST (UK) »
Thomas Dean Married Catherine Chick† 20 March 1820 in Bell,Kentucky

Parents of Thomas Dean - Father: John Franklin DEAN† Mother: Sarah LINCOLN

Parents of Catherine Chick - Father: James CHICK† Mother: Kathryn HANKS


Thomas Dean-Married-Catherine Chick,-March 10, 1820, by; B. Hopper. (present; James Chick, father)

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Or on this link:- Thomas Dean Married Catherine Chick, March 10, 1820, by Rev. Bloggrove
Hopper.

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Re: 1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« Reply #4 on: Thursday 09 September 10 21:38 BST (UK) »
This link may be useful:-

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For the first six censuses (1790Ė1840) enumerators recorded only the names of the heads of household and a general demographic accounting of the remaining members of the household.
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Re: 1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« Reply #5 on: Thursday 09 September 10 21:50 BST (UK) »
1840  Thomas Dean County: Knox State: Kentucky.

 
Free White Persons -† † † † †Males - 10† - 14 yrs† 1

Free White Persons -† † † † †Males - 15† †- 19 yrs† 1
 
Free White Persons -† † † † †Males - 40† †-† 49 yrs† †1

Free White Persons -† † † † †Females - Under 5 yrs† †2
 
Free White Persons -† † † † †Females - 5† †-† 9 yrs† †1

Free White Persons -† † † † †Females - 10† †- 14 yrs† †1

Free White Persons -† † † † †Females - 15† †- 19 yrs† †1
 
Free White Persons -† † † † †Females - 30† -† 39 yrs† †1

Total - All Persons† - Free White, Free Coloured, Slaves† 9

Persons Employed in Agriculture: 3

Free White Persons -† † † † †Under 20 yrs† †-† 7
Free White Persons -† † † † †20† -† 49 yrs† †- 2
Total Free White Persons: 9
Total All Persons - Free White -† Free Coloured -† Slaves: 9
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Re: 1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« Reply #6 on: Thursday 09 September 10 21:56 BST (UK) »
1830 Census Name: Thomas Dean - Knox, Kentucky


Free White Persons -            Males - Under 5 yrs   -  1
 
Free White Persons -            Males - 5  - 9 yrs       -  1
 
Free White Persons -            Males - 30 - 39 yrs     - 1
Free White Persons -            Females - Under 5 yrs  1

Free White Persons -            Females - 5  -  9 yrs    -1

Free White Persons -            Females - 20 -  29yrs   -1
 
Free White Persons -            Under 20 yrs                - 4

Free White Persons -           20  -  49 yrs                  - 2
   
Total Free White Persons   -  6

Total - All Persons - Free White, Slaves, Free Colored   -  6
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Re: 1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« Reply #7 on: Thursday 09 September 10 22:15 BST (UK) »
President Lincolnís Warren County Relatives

President Abraham Lincolnís great grandfather John Lincoln was born in New Jersey. He would move to Pennsylvania and eventually settled in Rockingham County, Va. some 120 miles southwest of Washington, D.C. He and his wife Rebecca would have nine children. Abraham, the presidentís grandfather, was their oldest.

At the advice of a relative, Daniel Boone, Abraham and his wife Bathsheba moved to Kentucky in the early 1780s. While he was working in a clearing with his three sons in 1786, Abraham was shot and killed by an Indian. He was only 42.

After hearing the shot and seeing his father fall, Abrahamís oldest boy, 15-year-old Mordecai, ran to the cabin to get his rifle. His brother, 13-year-old Josiah, ran for help to the nearby settlement half a mile away. Eight-year-old Thomas, the father of the future president, stood frozen near his slain fatherís body.

The Indian, seeing Thomas all alone, was about to seize him when a bullet from Mordecaiís rifle cut him down. In later years this story was repeated so often by Thomas Lincoln that it became ó as President Lincoln later put it ó ďthe legend more strongly than all others imprinted upon my mind and memory.Ē

In June 1860 Abe Lincoln, then the Republican Partyís nominee for president, wrote an autobiographical sketch for John L. Scripps to publish in the Chicago Tribune. In it he wrote, ď[My] grandfather Abraham had four brothers Ė Isaac, Jacob, John, and Thomas. So far as known, the descendents of Jacob and John were still in Virginia.Ē

What Abe Lincoln did not know was that his great uncle John had moved from Virginia to Warren County, Ohio in 1819. John bought a 181-acre farm between Lebanon and the community of Red Lion.

John had married his cousin Mary Yarnell in 1782 in Virginia. Together they would have ten children. They were devout members of the Baptist Church of Lebanon, which stood in the northwest corner of what in now Lebanonís Pioneer Cemetery.

Mary died in 1832 at age 72, and John three years later at 79. They were both buried in Lebanonís Baptist Graveyard near their church.

In his autobiography for Scripps, President Lincoln failed to mention his grandfatherís four sisters. One of them, Sarah (the seventh of the nine children), was born two years after her brother John in 1757. She married John Franklin Dean in Virginia around 1777. Around 1800, like her older brother Abraham before her, she and her young family moved to Kentucky. Four generations of Sarahís family lived in the Blue Grass State.

Within the first third of the 20th century, Sarah Lincoln Deanís great-great grandson, Fred McKinley Jones, moved from Kentucky to Ohio.

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Re: 1830 & 1840 Census Records for Thomas Dean in Kentucky.
« Reply #8 on: Friday 10 September 10 20:52 BST (UK) »
Thank you so much for all the great information Sandra. It is very helpful. My next big challenge will be to find out where and how Fred McKinley Jones fits into the tree. That is the fun of genealogy.