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James GLENDENNING, Butler's Rangers & Rebecca ARMSTRONG
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Husband: James GLENDENNING, Butler's Rangers
Born: FEB 1727 in Hawick, Roxburgh, Scotland
Married: 14 OCT 1765 in Cumberland County, New Jersey
Died: between 1789 AND 1797 in Grantham, Lincoln, Ontario
Father: John James GLENDENNING
Mother: Bessie REUL
Spouses:
Wife: Rebecca ARMSTRONG
Born: 28 APR 1733 in Graitney, Dumfries, Scotland
Died: between 1797 AND 1808 in Grantham, Lincoln, Ontario
Father:
Mother:
Spouses:
Children
01 (M): Abraham CLENDENNING, S.U.E.
Born: 1765 in Sussex County, New Jersey
Died: 12 OCT 1812 in Grantham, Lincoln, Ontario
Spouses: Hannah HAINER, D.U.E.
02 (M): Walter GLENDENNING, U.E.L.
Born: about 1766 in Sussex County, New Jersey
Died: in Gainsborough, Lincoln, Ontario
Spouses: Lydia WALKER, U.E.
03 (F): Mary CLENDENNING, U.E.
Born: 1768 in Sussex County, New Jersey
Died: 08 NOV 1847 in Scarborough, York, Ontario
Spouses: David TOMSON
04 (F): Eve CLENDENNING, U.E.
Born: about 1770 in Sussex County, New Jersey
Died: about 1797 in St. Catharines, Lincoln, Ontario
Spouses: Peter MAY, S.U.E.
05 (M): John CLENDENNING, U.E.
Born: 1776 in Albany, New York
Died: APR 1829 in Brooks, Ohio
Spouses: Margaret DITTRICK, U.E.
06 (F): Anne CLENDENNING, U.E.
Born: about 1780
Died: Unknown
Spouses: Jonathon MATTHEWS, U.E.L.
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