I’m going to admit up front that this is a very quick look at my 3rd-great-grandmother Mary Deffenbaugh Danison. But I thought it might be bad form to miss a week in my own challenge…
Mary Deffenbaugh was born 6 May 1796 in Maryland. She married Abisha Danison (don’t you love that name?!) on 8 February 1816 in Allegany County, Maryland. By 1820, Mary and Abisha were living in Hopewell Township, Perry County, Ohio.
Mary died 20 July 1888 and is buried in the Danison Family Cemetery in Hopewell Township.
Clearly, I need to do more research on Mary.
- Abisha Danison household, 1820 Federal census (population schedule), Hopewell Township, Perry County, Ohio, unpaginated (page 3 of the Hopewell Township section).
- Dodd, Jordan, Liahona Research, comp.. Maryland Marriages, 1667-1899 [database on-line]. Provo, UT, USA: Ancestry.com Operations Inc, 2000.
- Perry County Chapter, Ohio Genealogical Society, Perry County, Ohio, Hopewell and Madison Township Cemeteries (Junction City, OH: by the Chapter, 1989), p. 9.
But it is a good start though!
Week 10 was a hard one for me as well. I almost missed it but managed to scrape something together.
Amy, remember the name of your blog!!! We all have a few (really quite a few) that we need to do more research on. As Marine says, it’s a good start!
For some reason week 10 was tough for me too. Thanks for showing that ANYTHING is better than NOTHING.
Attagirl, Amy! You have us all striving to blog regularly, and you’re leading by example.
And, your excellent notation system reminds me to add footnotes to my entries.
Don’t feel bad. What can you write about the ancestor a generation earlier than your “dead end”?