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From: Robert W Flynn< >
Subject: Re: Fwd: DEPEW, Joseph
Date: Sun, 27 Dec 1998 22:21:24 -0600
Joseph Mabry Depew, who married Armelda Burris, was the son of James
Depew, b. 1784; d. 9/19/1846, while moving to Iowa, and Susannah Cox.
They were married on 12/22/1813, Washington Co., Tennessee. They had the
Dorcas, b. 1818
Sarah, b. 1819
Elizabeth, b. 1822
John J., b. 1826
Winifred, b. 1828
Isaac Levi, b. 1830
Elbert Bowman, b. 1833
Joseph Mabry, b. 1834
Martha, b. 1837
I have no info on Armelda Burris but do have John Mabry's line back to
Walter Depew, who was apparently living in England. Walter's son, John,
was born in England and came to America (New Jersey) in 1748. He
subsequently moved to Virginia with his family, including son Isaac, who
was born in Middlesex, NJ. Isaac's son, James, was the father of John
Mabry. I can give you further info on these lines if interested.
Any info you can give me on the Depew or Burris families would be greatly
Best regards. Bob Flynn
On Sun, 27 Dec 1998 12:29:17 -0600 (CST) "Celia G. Snyder"
>I'm sorry but I don't have any information for your Joseph Mabry Depew
>my database. I am, however, forwarding your message to the DePuy
>Maillist. Perhaps one of the subscribers will be able to help.
>If you would be interested in subscribing to the mail list, let me
>All the best,
>>Date: Sun, 27 Dec 1998 10:19:08 EST
>>Subject: DEPEW, Joseph
>>I am searching for Joseph Mabry Depew who served in the Civil War for
>>I believe he joined up with an Iowa infantry, although he moved to
>>right after serving and lived there the remaining years of his life.
>>have any information on him? He was married in 1856 to Armelda
>Burris (I have
>>been very unsuccessful in finding info on her) in Iowa. Joseph and
>>are my great grandparents and I have been unable to find who their
>>were and where they were born. I would be very interested in any
>>information you may find in your Civil War books. Thank you,
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