John Hauser Denniston brought his family from Fond du Lac Co, WI, in 1881, settling on a farm a mile plus north of Main.St, Fayette.IA. His children attended school and UIU in Fayette. In 1888/1889, his wife Ann, son Harrie, dau Mabel died from consumption/TB. John apparently attained a teacher certificate from UIU about the same time as his dua's Ella & Carrie, and the three would move back to Fond du Lac Co, WI, to teach. Ella married a merchant, with whom John & Carrie would live/clerk for awhile. Son Warren stayed in Fayette to become a dry goods merchant until he died. Warren had two sons Donald, who would become an educator in IA and PA, and Graham who would continue in the dry goods business in Fayette, Oelwein, then WI. This is the only Denniston family to establish in Fayette.Co,IA.
DENNISTON, John Hauser
Warren Denniston would become a dry goods merchant on the west side of Main.St, Fayette.IA. After Warren's death in 1923, his wife Jennie remained in the house they built in 1895, on the NE corner of King/Madison St, with son Graham C. Denniston. Graham who grew up in the Fayette dry goods store would return to Fayette after his father died and re-enter the dry goods business until selling his Fayette inventory Nov 1924, and moving to Oelwein by 1927, where he would eventually open another dry goods and ladies clothing store. Mother Jennie remained in Fayette. Son Donald would become a career educator.
DENNISTON, Warren C.
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|Surname||First, Middle||Maiden||Spouse or Parents||Birth||Death/Burial||Cemetery||City/Twp||Notes|
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|Denniston||Ann Jane||Morehouse||Denniston John Hauser 1826/NY-1902/Fond.du.Lac Co, WI||9 Apr 1836||Sep 2, 1888||Grandview||Fayette||Sec B, lot 227, burial #521. Cause; consumpton/TB. Age; 52y4m22d,?/bz/2012. Need parents. Ch; Ella N,, Warren C, Carrie, Harry/Harrie J, Mabel Ann.|
|Denniston||Donald William||Denniston||Kennedy Gail Mason 1893/Dubuque.IA-1976/Pittsburgh.PA||Sep 19, 1893||Dec 2, 1974||Grandview||Fayette||Sec I. lot 210, inscription on back of bro. Graham's headstone. Not listed in original burial book, assume buried in PA, bz/2012. Son of Warren C. Denniston 1863/WI-1923/CA & Jennie Adeline Graham 1867/Windsor.Twp-1953/Fayette.IA. Ch; Donald Wm Jr, Dorothy Gail.|
|Denniston||Gail Mason||Kennedy||Denniston Donald William 1893/Fayette.IA-1974/Pittsburg.PA||Jul 28, 1893||1975 or Jul 1976||Grandview||Fayette||Sec I, lot 210, Inscription on back of b/law Graham's headstone. Not listed in original burial bood, assume buried in PA,with marker in Grandview, bz/2012. Dau of Geo henry Kennedy 1865/Dubuque.IA-?/? & Emma Callista Sutherland 1865/NY-1949/? Ch; Donald Wm Jr, Dorothy Gail.|
|Denniston||Graham C.||Denniston||Douglas Harriet Elizabeth 1891/Fredericksberg.IA-1976/Madison.WI||Oct 13, 1891||6 Jun 1963||Grandview||Fayette||Sec I, lot 210, 2nd from N end, burial #2615. Age 71, abdominal cancer. Son of Warren C. Denniston 1863/WI-1923/CA & Jennie Adeline Graham 1867/Windsor.Twp-1953/Fayette.IA. Ch; Jane Eliz.|
|Denniston||Harrie J||Denniston||Denniston son of John Hauser||30 Jan 1872||10 Dec 1888||Grandview||Fayette||Sec B, lot 227, burial #532. Age; 16y10m12d, cause consumption/TB.|
|Denniston||Harriet Elizabeth||Douglas||Denniston Graham C. 1891/Brighton.CO-1963/Madison.WI||Sep 16, 1891||26 Dec 1976||Grandview||Fayette||Sec I, lot 210, N end, burial #2948. Age 75, natural causes. Dau of Newton Jasper Douglas 1851/IN-1906/IA & Carrie Alice Richmond 1861/WI-1943/CO. Ch; Jane Eliz.|
|Denniston||Jennie Adeline||Graham||Denniston Warren C. 1863/WI-1923/CA||May 9, 1867||Dec 23, 1953||Grandview||Fayette||Sec I, lot 210, E1/2, 2nd from S, burial #2320. Age 86y. Dau James Graham 1841/NY-1905/West.Union.IA & Adeline Wilbur 1845/NY-1931/West.Union.IA. Ch; Graham C., Donald Wm.|
|Denniston||John Hauser||Denniston||Morehouse Ann Jane 1836/Can-1888/mi N of Fayette.IA||7 Oct 1826||9 Aug 1902||Grandview||Fayette||Sec B, lot 227, burial #888. Son of geo Alexander Denniston 1760/NY-1844/NY & Eliz Chandler 1766/NY-1843/NY. Ch; Ella M, Warren C, Carrie, Harry/Harrie J, Mabel Ann.|
|Denniston||Mabel Ann||Denniston||Denniston dau of John Hauser||25 May 1874||10 Dec 1889||Grandview||Fayette||Sec B, lot 227, burial #552. Age; 15y6m15d, cause consumption/TB. Son of John Hauser Denniston 1826/NY-1902/Campbellsport.WI & Ann Jane Morehouse 1838/Can-1888, mi+ N of Fayette.IA.|
|Denniston||Warren C.||Denniston||Graham Jennie Adeline 1867/Hawkeye.IA-1953/Fayette.IA||Jun 30, 1863||Apr 12, 1923||Grandview||Fayette||Sec I, lot 210, E1/2, S end. burial #1384. Cause; double lobar pneumonia. Son of John Hauser Denniston 1826/NY-1902/Campbellsport.WI & Ann Jane Morehouse 1838/Can-1888, mi+ N of Fayette.IA. Ch; Graham C., Donald Wm.|
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Descendants of Alexander Denniston
1 DENNISTON, Alexander b: Abt. 1710 in Edgeworthstown, Longford.Co.England d: Aft. 1756 in Orange.Co.NY Note 1: 07 Jan 2012 Denniston last reviewed; Barry Zbornik Hannibal Mo firstname.lastname@example.org
.... +LITTLE, Frances b: Abt. 1710 in Scotland m: 22 Aug 1721 Father: George LITTLE Mother: Easter CRUISE
2 DENNISTON, Catherine b: 1730 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, Mary b: 1730 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, James b: 1733 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, Esther b: 1734 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, George b: 1735 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, Elizabeth b: 1736 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2  DENNISTON, Alexander b: 1740 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY d: 17 Sep 1817 in Orange.Co.NY
..... +GRAY, Nancy d: 1777 m: Bef. 1760
3 DENNISTON, Betsy b: in Orange.Co.NY
3 DENNISTON, Sarah b: in Orange.Co.NY
...... +COOK, David
. 4 COOK, Jane
. 4 COOK, Margaret
. 4 COOK, Peggy
3 DENNISTON, George Alexander b: 1760 in New Windsor, Orange.Co.NY d: 11 Dec 1844 in NY?
...... +CHANDLER, Elizabeth b: 1766 in NY d: 22 Feb 1843 in N?
. 4 DENNISTON, Daniel b: in Orange.Co.NY
. 4 DENNISTON, Mary b: in Orange.Co.NY
. 4 DENNISTON, Polly b: in Orange.Co.NY
....... +GREGG, Aaron
. 4 DENNISTON, Joseph b: Oct 1789 in New Windsor, Orange.Co.CA d: 16 May 1866 in Eden, Fond du Lac Co, WI Note 9: Lived in Eden, Fond du Lac Co, WI.
....... +HAUSER, Mary J. b: 1796 in New York City, NY d: 22 Jun 1872 in Eden, Fond du Lac Co, WI m: in NY
... 5 DENNISTON, Charles b: in Orange.Co.NY
... 5 DENNISTON, Fannie b: in Orange.Co.NY
......... +FORD, Benjamin
.... 6 FORD, Harry
.... 6 FORD, Hattie
.... 6 FORD, Herbert
.... 6 FORD, Joseph
.... 6 FORD, Lillian
.... 6 FORD, Mable
.... 6 FORD, William
... 5 DENNISTON, Kate b: in Orange.Co.NY d: 18 Mar 1911 in NY
... 5 DENNISTON, Gerorge Whitfield b: 15 Sep 1824 in Orange.Co.NY d: 04 Feb 1908 in Fund du Lac Co, WI Note 8: 1870 Census; farming, $1600/300, adj to bro John, Armstrong P.O., Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI. Note 9: 1870 Geroge Dennsiton1825PA, Margaret1832IRE, Alice1856WI, Emma1868WI.
......... +MCINTYRE, Margaret b: 1832 in Ireland m: 09 Oct 1855
.... 6 DENNISTON, Alice Isabella b: 27 Jul 1856 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: 20 Jun 1904 in Joilet, Will/Kendall Co, IL
.... 6 DENNISTON, Clara Phidlia b: 13 Sep 1858 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: 01 Oct 1865 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI
.... 6 DENNISTON, Arthur Wilson b: 01 Jun 1863 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: 11 Oct 1865 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI
.... 6 DENNISTON, Emma Lottie b: 02 Nov 1867 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI
.... 6 DENNISTON, Anna Margaret b: 15 Aug 1870 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI
.... 6 DENNISTON, Florence Kate b: 26 Oct 1876 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: 04 Feb 1934 in Los Angeles, CA
... 5 DENNISTON, John Hauser b: 07 Oct 1826 in Orange.Co.NY d: 09 Aug 1902 in Campbellsport, Fond du Lac Co, WI Burial: 12 Aug 1902 Grandview Cem, sec B, lot 227, burial #888, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 6: 1870 Census; farming, $3200/800, adj to bro Geo, Armstrong P.O., Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI. Note 7: 1870 John Denniston1828Ny, AnnJane1837Can, Ella1858WI, Warren1863WI, Clara1866WI. Note 13: 1880 Census; farming, Eden village, Fond du Lac Co, WI, wf & 5ch. Note 15: 1881 Moved WI to farm N of Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 18: 1885 Census; farming, NW1/4 of NE1/4, sec 20, Westfield.Twp, Fay.Co.IA, wf & 4ch. Note 19: 1885 Farming on West.Union Rd (Hwy150), 1.3mi NxNW of Main.St, Fayette.IA. Note 21: Teaching certificate from UIU in Fayette.IA, along with dau Carrie. Note 23: Returned to WI to teach along with dau Carrie/Carry. Note 25: 1900 Census; with s/law merchant John Loebs (Ella), Ashford, Fond du Lac Co, WI. Note 26: 1900 John Loebs46, Ella42, Elaine10; John Dension 73NY wid, dau Carrie Denison 34WI single.
......... +MOREHOUSE, Ann Jane b: 09 Apr 1836 in Otawa, Canada d: 02 Sep 1888 in Farm N of Fayette, Fay.Co.IA Burial: Grandview Cem, sec B, lot 227, burial #521, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 9: Cause of death; TB, also son Harry 1888, dau Mabel 1889. Note 22: Cause of death; listed consumption/TB, on 1888Sep02, burial 1888Sep04. Note 23: Birth listed 09Apr1888, age listed 52y4m22d does not match with death date, bz/2012.
.... 6 DENNISTON, Ella M. b: Mar 1858 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: in Fond du Lac Co, WI Note 9: 1888 Living in Campbellsport.WI, at time of mother's death. Note 14: 1900 Census; husb merchant, Ashford, Fond du Lac Co, WI; dau, father, sis Carrie with. Note 15: 1900 John Loebs46, Ella42, Elaine10; John Dension 73NY wid, dau Carrie Denison 34WI single. Note 17: 1910 Census; husb bank casier, Campbellsport, Fond du Lac Co. WI. Note 21: 1923 Living in Campbeilsport.WI, at time of father's death. Note 27: 1930 Census; retired, with husb John, hm val $4k, Fond du Lac Ave south, Fond du Lac, WI.
.......... +LOEBS, John b: Sep 1855 in Campbellsport, Fond du Lac Co, WI m: 1880 in Fond du Lac Co. WI Note 4: Parents b. Germany. Note 9: 1880 Census; 25Wi, single, merchant, with J.M. Saemain38 family, Campbellsport, Fond.du.Lac Co, WI. Note 14: 1900 Census; merchant, Ashford, Fond du Lac Co, WI; wf/dau, f/law, s/law. Note 15: 1900 John Loebs46, Ella42, Elaine10; John Dension 73NY wid, dau Carrie Denison 34WI single. Note 17: 1910 Census; bank casier, Campbellsport, Fond du Lac Co. WI, with wf Ella. Note 25: 1930 Census; retired, with wf Ella, hm val $4k, Fond du Lac Ave south, Fond du Lac, WI.
..... 7 LOEBS, Elaine b: Jan 1890 in Campbellsport, Fond du Lac Co, WI
.... 6 DENNISTON, Warren C. b: 30 Jun 1863 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: 12 Apr 1923 in Long Beach, CA Burial: 19 Apr 1923 Grandview Cem, sec I, lot 210, E1/2, S end, burial #1384, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 10: 1881 Moved, age 18y, from Eden.WI to farm with father N. of Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 11: Bet. 1881 - 1884 Worked farm with father, attended H.S./UIU in Fayette.IA. Note 13: 1884 Moved into Fayette, working for Budd & Montgomery Hardware. Note 14: Associated several yrs with different Fayete firms & individual in general merchandising. Note 15: Abt. Apr 1890 Established business in Brighton, Adams/Weld.Co.CO; returned after Oct marriage. Note 16: Abt. Apr 1892 Returned to Fayette, opened dry goods & clothing store W side of Main.St. Note 17: 1915 Census; merchant, 1913 earnings $1500, hm value $3k, 2y H.S, 1yr college, Fayette.IA. Note 18: 1915 Paper; Disposed of his dry goods business (to son Graham? bz/2012). Note 20: Owned Denniston's Day Goods Store on Main.St, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 22: Hill & Denniston Store was the Phoenix House (CloverFarm bef1939, Baker'sDime after) Note 24: 1920 Census; merchant on Main.St, hm 406King.St, son Graham & wf/dau adm (same dwelling), Fayette, Fay..Co.IA. Note 28: 12 Apr 1923 Cause of death; double lobar pneumonia while wintering in CA. Note 30: Viewed as one of most progressive Fayette business men.
.......... +GRAHAM, Jennie Adeline b: 09 May 1867 in Sec 29, (Hawkeye), Windsor.Twp, Fay.Co.IA d: 23 Dec 1953 in Hm, NE corner King/Madison, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Burial: 26 Dec 1953 Grandview Cem, sec I, lot 210, 2nd from S, burial #2320, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. m: Oct 1890 in West Union or Fayette, IA Father: James GRAHAM Mother: Adaline Adeline WILBUR Note 11: 1890 From West.Union, Fay.Co.IA, at time of marriage. Note 15: 1915 Census; housewife, Methodist, 9yr common 2y grammer sch, home value $2000, Fayette.IA. Note 17: Bet. 1923 - 1946 Continued to live in hm, lots 7,8, bk 10, NE corner of King & Madison in Fayette.IA. Note 21: 1925 Census; son Graham with wf&dau with, hm value $4500, 406King.St, Fayette.IA.
..... 7 DENNISTON, Graham C. b: 13 Oct 1891 in Brighton, Adams/Weld.Co.CO. d: 06 Jun 1963 in Madison, WI Burial: 08 Jun 1963 Grandview Cem, sec I, lot 210, 2nd from N end, burial #2615, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 8: Bef. 1915 In dry goods with father, who sold business in 1915. Note 9: 1915 Census; merchant with father, 1914 earnings $100, 2y college, Fayette.IA. Note 10: 1917 Draft.Card; merhcant, Fayette.IA, b. Brighton, Adams/Weld.Co.CO, blue eyes,slender. Note 12: Later, had Ladies' Clothing Store in Oelwein.IA, then Madison.WI Note 14: 1920 Census; wf/dau, in part of parents hm, 406King.St, merchant with father on Main.St, Fayette.IA. Note 16: 1923 Wintering in CA with father when father died. Note 17: 1923 Went back into dry good store in Fayette.IA. Note 20: 1925 Census; merchant, wf/dau, in mother's hm $4500, 406 King.St, Fayette.IA. Note 21: 1925 Graham33, Harriet33, Jane12, Jennie Graham Denniston 56. Note 25: 1930 Census; dry goods store in Oelwein, living on 4th St. north, Fay.Co.IA. Note 29: Cause of death; abdominal cancer, age 71, death listed 05Jun1963.
........... +DOUGLAS, Harriet Elizabeth b: 16 Sep 1891 in Fredericksberg, Chickasaw.Co.IA d: 20 Dec 1976 in Madison, WI Burial: 23 Dec 1976 Grandview Cem, sec I, lot 210, N end, burial #2948, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. m: 28 Dec 1911 in Wisc Father: Newton Jasper DOUGLAS Mother: Carrie Alice RICHMOND Note 9: 1910 Census; with wid mother & sis Edity, Rock.Creek.Twp, Washington.Co.CO. Note 11: 1915 Census; homemaker, 2yr college, Fayette.IA. Note 22: Cause of death; listed natural.
....... 8 DENNISTON, Jane Elizabeth b: Abt. 1913 in King.St, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA d: in MO? Note 7: 1915 Census; with parents, father 3rd yr at UIU, working in Denniston's Dry Goods. Note 9: Graduated from UIU, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 11: Retired to Kimberling City, MO, with husband. Note 15: 1976 Living in Kemberling City, MO at time of mother's death. Note 26: Teacher/educator.
............. +KIPLE, Frank b: Abt. 1911 in Elgin, P.Val.Twp, Fay.Co.IA Father: Murry V. KIPLE Mother: Elizabeth Lizzie UNKNOWN Note 9: Graduated from UIU, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 11: Teacher/educator.
........ 9 KIPLE, Kenneth
......... 10 KIPLE, Kim
............... +SPEASE, Unknown
......... 10 KIPLE, Kelly
............... +SPEASE, Unknown
......... 10 KIPLE, Carrie
......... 10 KIPLE, Graham
........ 9 KIPLE, Muriel Note 9: Bet. 1967 - 1976 Director of UIU Library, Fayette.IA. Note 11: Assoc. Dean of Ed, MacMurrary Collete, Jacksonville, IL.
.............. +SMITH, Unknown
......... 10 SMITH, Brian
..... 7 DENNISTON, Donald William b: 19 Sep 1893 in Fayette, Fay.Co.IA d: Dec 1974 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny.co.PA Burial: Inscription on back of bro. Graham's headstone, sec I, lot 210, Grandview Cem, Fayette.IA; assume burial in PA, bz/2012. Note 10: 1915 Census; at hm, UIU student, 2y college, Fayette.IA. Note 12: Graduated from UIU, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 13: 1917 Draft.Card; Principal, Lanesboro.MN, singe, blue eyes, short, slender. Note 14: Bef. 1919 WWI, served in Am. Expedition Force in Italy. Note 15: 1920 Census; teaching H.S. with wf. on 1st bk of King.St, adj to Harvey Zbornik, Fayette.IA. Note 17: 1925 Census; teaching H.S., wf, son Don, Sioux City, Woodbury.Co.IA. Note 18: 1923 In Sioux City, IA. Note 19: 1926 Masters from Columbia.Univ. Note 20: H.S. principal, Palmerton.PA, 30+yr. Note 24: 1930 Census; H.S. Principal, renting, wf, 2ch, m/law, LaFayette.Ave, Palmeton, Carbon.Co.PA Note 29: Not listed in original Grandview burial book, assume buried in PA, bz/2012.
........... +KENNEDY, Gail Mason b: 28 Jul 1893 in Dubuque, Dubuque.Co.IA d: Bet. 1975 - Jul 1976 in Pittsburgh, Allegheny.co.PA Burial: nscription on back of bro. Graham's headstone, sec I, lot 210, Grandview Cem, Fayette.IA; assume burial in PA, bz/2012. m: 1919 in Fay.Co.IA Father: George Henry KENNEDY Mother: Emma Callista SUTHERLAND Note 8: Father was M.E. minister in Fayette & Oelwein, early 1900's. Note 11: 1920 Census; with husb, office worker, N. end of King.St, Fayette.IA. Note 29: Not listed in original Grandview burial book, assume buried in PA, bz/2012.
....... 8  DENNISTON, Donald William b: 1921 in Fayette, Fay.Co.IA Note 8: Graduated Hobart College. Note 10: 09 Sep 1943 Enlisted at Allentown.PA, 4y college, manufactring foreman, single, Army Air Force, Pacific Theater. Note 11: 1947 Directory; student, renting, 826.Delaware.Ave, Bethlehem, NHampt.CoPA Note 12: 1948 Masters from Lehigh Univ. Note 24: Worked for PPG IND, Pittsburg.PA, 33yrs.
............. +ERWIN, Elizabeth B. b: 1923 in Stuebenville.OH d: 1965 m: 1949
........ 9 DENNISTON, Susan Graham b: 1951
........ 9 DENNISTON, William Erwin b: 1953
........ 9 DENNISTON, David Field b: 1955
........ 9 DENNISTON, Richard Stokes b: 1959
....... *2nd Wife of  DENNISTON, Donald William:
............. +HAMLETT, Elizabeth m: 1967
....... 8 DENNISTON, Dorothy Gail b: 1927 in Palmeton, Carbon.Co.PA
.... 6 DENNISTON, Carrie Clara b: May 1866 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: in Fond du Lac Co, WI Burial: Grandview Cem, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 9: Teaching certificate from UIU in Fayette.IA, along with father. Note 11: Returned to WI to teach along with father. Note 15: 1900 Census; clerk, b/law John Loebs store, Ashford, Fond du Lac Co, WI. Note 16: 1900 Census; John Loebs46, Ella42, Elaine10; John Dension 73NY wid, dau Carrie Denison 34WI single.
.... 6 DENNISTON, Harrie J. b: 30 Jan 1872 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: 10 Dec 1888 in Farm N of Fayette, Fay.Co.IA Burial: 12 Dec 1888 Grandview Cem, sec b, lot 227, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 9: Cause of death: listed consumption/TB, age 16y10m12d; also mother 1888, sis Mabel 1889.
.... 6 DENNISTON, Mabel Ann b: 25 May 1874 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI d: 09 Dec 1889 in Farm N of Fayette, Fay.Co.IA Burial: 12 Dec 1889 Grandview Cem, sec B, lot 227, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Note 9: Cause of death; TB, also bro Harry & moother in 1888.
... 5 DENNISTON, Julia Anna b: 08 Feb 1834 in Orange.Co.NY d: 09 Jan 1908 in Stevens Point, Portage.Co.WI
......... +DAVENPORT, Jerome Alstyne b: 1816 in New York City, NY d: 1886 in Stevens Point, Portage.Co.WI
.... 6 DAVENPORT, Caroline Amelia b: 12 Sep 1853 in NY d: 12 Apr 1900 in WI
.......... +THOMAS, Adomirum Judson b: 20 Mar 1848 in Jefferson.Co.PA d: 16 Nov 1938 in El Toro, Orange.Co.CA
..... 7 THOMAS, Robert Edward b: 18 Feb 1883 in Poncha Springs, CO d: 14 Jan 1945 in Yuba City , Sutter.Co.CA
........... +DAVIS, Irene Chloe b: 07 Aug 1882 in Chloride, Socosa.co.MN d: 1958 in Sacramento.Co.CA
.... 6 DAVENPORT, Neal
.... 6 DAVENPORT, Vorhis Cortelyou b: 26 May 1856
.... 6 DAVENPORT, Anna Mary b: 29 Jul 1858
.... 6 DAVENPORT, Elmer Ellsworth b: 30 Jan 1861
.... 6 DAVENPORT, Merwin Rushmore b: 06 Mar 1863
.... 6 DAVENPORT, Cornella Polhemus b: 16 Jan 1865
.... 6 DAVENPORT, Ida Admina b: 14 Sep 1865
... 5 DENNISTON, Samuel Sears b: 17 Jun 1837 in Newburg, Orange.Co. NY d: 19 Dec 1911 in Lost Angeles, CA
......... +LEE, Ellen Allie b: 02 May 1849 in Sheboygan, Sheboygan.Co.WI d: 22 Dec 1916 in Los Angeles, CA
.... 6 DENNISTON, Fannie Fidelia b: 1873 in Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI
.......... +HILL, Walter
. 4 DENNISTON, Nathaniel b: Abt. 1791 in Orange.Co.NY d: 10 Apr 1874 Note 9: 1870 Census; Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI, with son Samuel. Note 10: 1870 Samuel32NY Denniston, Kate2NY2, Nathaniel40NY, Mary75NY.
....... +UNKNOWN, Mary b: Abt. 1796 in NY
... 5 DENNISTON, Samuel b: 1838 in NY Note 8: 1870 Censu; farming, $4k/500, Armstrong Corners P.O., Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI. Note 9: 1870 Samuel32NY Denniston, Kate2NY2, Nathaniel40NY, Mary75NY.
......... +UNKNOWN, Kate (suspect) b: 1848 in NY
. 4 DENNISTON, Anthony b: 01 Aug 1800 in Orange.Co.NY
. 4 DENNISTON, David Chandler b: 08 Nov 1806 in Orange.Co.NY d: 1875 in WI Note 8: 1870 Census; farming, son Henry adj, Armstrong P.O., Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co. WI. Note 9: 1870 David Denniston1805NY, Phebe nee Coleman1816NY, Mary1847NY, Sears1853WI.
....... +COLEMAN, Phebe b: 08 Dec 1816 in NY d: 02 Jan 1890 in WI m: 1836
... 5 DENNISTON, Henry b: 1841 in NY Note 9: 1870 Census; farming, adj to father, Armstrong P.O., Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI. Note 10: 1870 Henry Denniston1841NY, Electa1849NY, Gertrude1mWI.
......... +UNKNOWN, Electa b: 1849 in NY
.... 6 DENNISTON, Gertrude b: Abt. May 1870 in Armstrong P.O. Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co, WI
... 5 DENNISTON, Mary Ann b: 01 Jun 1847 in NY
......... +TITUS, Joseph
.... 6 TITUS, Gertrude b: in Fond du Lac Co, WI
.... 6 TITUS, Charles b: 25 Jun 1875 in Fond du Lac Co, WI
... 5 DENNISTON, Sears b: 1853 in Fond du Lac Co, WI
. 4 DENNISTON, John Tucker b: 1807 in Orange.Co.NY d: 28 Nov 1873
....... +UNKNOWN, Elizabeth b: 1809 in NY? m: 15 May 1858 in Lyons, Wayne.Co.NY
... 5 DENNISTON, John b: 1841 in Lyons, Wayne.Co.NY
... 5 DENNISTON, George A. b: 16 Oct 1836 in Lyons, Wayne.Co.NY
......... +RORABACK, Isabelle b: in Lyons, Wayne.Co.NY d: 14 May 1918 in Chicago, Cook.Co.IL m: 15 Mar 1858 in Lyons, Wayne.Co.NY
.... 6 DENNISTON, George Roraback b: 01 May 1859 in Lyons, Wayne.Co.NY
.... 6 DENNISTON, Jeanette b: 12 Dec 1866 in Lyons, Wayne.Co.NY
.... 6 DENNISTON, William Roraback b: 1869 in NY?
... 5 DENNISTON, Adelaide b: 1839 in WI or NY
... 5 DENNISTON, Elizabeth b: 1844 in Green Bay, Brown.Co.WI
... 5 DENNISTON, William b: 1847 in WI or Lyons, Wayne.Co.NY
3 DENNISTON, Samuel b: 1775 in New Windsor, Orange.Co.CA
...... +MCDOWELL, Sally
. 4 DENNISTON, Alexander
. 4 DENNISTON, Edward
. 4 DENNISTON, James
. 4 DENNISTON, Newton
3 DENNISTON, Andrew b: 1777 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY d: 18 Sep 1836 in Canterbury, New Zealand
*2nd Wife of  DENNISTON, Alexander:
..... +SUIT, Margaret J. m: 14 Jan 1778 in Orange.Co.NY
3 DENNISTON, Charles b: in Orange.Co.NY
3 DENNISTON, Elizabeth b: 1790 in Orange.Co.NY
...... +SEARS, Unknown
. 4 SEARS, Martha
. 4 SEARS, Samuel
3 DENNISTON, Fanny b: 20 Jan 1780 in Orange.Co.NY
...... +CRAWFORD, Francis
3 DENNISTON, Alexander b: 1781 in Orange.Co.NY
...... +MORRELL, Frances b: 1790 d: 1848
. 4 DENNISTON, Alexander
. 4 DENNISTON, Davie
. 4 DENNISTON, Francis
. 4 DENNISTON, Hannah
. 4 DENNISTON, Margaret
. 4 DENNISTON, Martha Josephines
. 4 DENNISTON, Mary
3 DENNISTON, Hannah b: 15 Jun 1783 in Orange.Co.NY
...... +BROOKS, John J.
. 4 BROOKS, Charles Edward
. 4 BROOKS, Fletcher Beakman
*3rd Wife of  DENNISTON, Alexander:
..... +ELLISON, Martha Sears d: 06 Mar 1846 in Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, Mary b: 1741 in Poughkeepsie, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, William b: 1744 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, Ester b: 1750 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, John b: 15 Dec 1750 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, Charles b: 1752 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
2 DENNISTON, Catherine b: 1756 in Little Britain, Orange.Co.NY
1826Oct07, John Hauser Denniston is born in Orange.Co.NY. He is of the Denniston's who came to New York from England in the 1730's. He with at least two other siblings located in the Fond du Lac Co, WI area in the 1850's. The John Hauser Denniston family apparently is the only Denniston family to locate and/or stay in Fayette.Co.IA.
1870 Census, John Hauser Denniston,
farming, $3200/800, adj to bro Geo, Armstrong P.O., Eden.Twp, Fond du Lac Co,
WI. John Denniston1828Ny, AnnJane1837Can, Ella1858WI, Warren1863WI,
1880 Census, John Hauser Denniston, farming, Eden village, Fond du Lac Co, WI, wf & 5ch.
1881, John Hauser Denniston, moved WI to farm N of Fayette, Fay.Co.IA.
1885 Census, John Hauser Denniston, farming, NW1/4 of NE1/4, sec 20, Westfield.Twp, Fay.Co.IA, wf & 4ch. Farming on West.Union Rd (Hwy150), 1.3mi NxNW of Main.St, Fayette.IA.
Jane Moorehouse Denniston b:
09 Apr 1836 in Otawa, Canada died of TB at farm on West.Union.Road, a
mile plus N of Fayette, Fay.Co.IA Burial: Grandview Cem, sec B, lot
227, burial #521, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA. Also son Harry 1888, dau Mabel 1889.
Aft 1890, John Hauser Denniston may have gained a teaching certificate, along with dau Carrie from UIU. Both returned to Fond du Lac Co, WI to live with s/law merchant John (Ella Denniston) Loebs.
Warren C. Denniston was very active in the Knights of Pythins, with the meeting room over the Denniston Store.
1890May30, Warren C. Denniston is probably seeing the wild sights at Denver.CO, this week.
1890Aug01, Warren Denniston has bone to Colorado to handle drugs.
1893Jan06, Warren Denniston & wife went to West Union on Xmas, and their young child became so chilled that it has since been quite sick.
1893Feb03, Warren C. Denniston has
bargained for the Gaynor stock of goods, possession to be given about March 1.
this will bring into the list of business men in Fayette a young man of good
character and habits.
1893July21, New hats at Denniston's, latest fall styles. Have you seen those new Pongees at Denniston's.
1893Sep08, Geo. Hill & family and Warren Denniston & family are not occupants of the Phoenix House. A new line of stamped linens at Denniston's. Denniston is closing out his clothing at cost.
1893Oct13, So many people have gone to Chicago (product exposition for merchants) this past week we are unable to procure the names of half of them. Warren Denniston, John Graf and H.C. Childs went the latter part of the week. It looks as though about everybody in Fayette is determined to see the Great Exposition.
1893Nov24, See those new cloaks at Denniston's, for ladies, misses and children. New neckwear at Denniston's.
1893Dec07, Call at Denniston's and see what he can show you. Christmas is coming. You may want something nice in handkerchiefs, or you may want some of the delicate shades of satins or velvets for fancy work or some of those stamped linens to work for your friends. Or you may want one of those beautiful muffs.
1894Feb08, Girl's caps, new and cheap, at Denniston's. Do not buy a hat until you have seen those new ones at Denniston's. Denniston has a large stock of new hats, all the latest spring shapes.
1894May10, Warren C. Denniston has broken ground this week for his new residence of south King Street, (lots 7&8, bk 10, NE corner of King & Madison, bz/2012) we believe it is called.
1894May24, By some means not yet deciphered a fire started in Denniston's show window at a late hour Sat. night, and but for the fact that several people were roaming about to see how long the street lamps were going to give light, a serious burnout would have resulted. A forced entrance was made and the hats, shirts and neckties were "put out." Whether the fire started from a Rochester lamp or a Utica cigar, is what puzzles the detectives.
1894May31, The foundation for the Denniston's residence is completed (NE corner of King & Madison St's) Home would be torn down in 2012.
1894June07, Warren C. Denniston has a large residence on its foundation and pretty well along toward being enclosed. It will be a fine addition to that part of town. We verily believe no town the size of this in Iowa can show a larger number of fine residence than this. Coxeyism hasn't much influence here.
1894July05, Butterick patterns at Denniston's.
1894Oct18, Miss Carrie Carpenter is again acting as clerk for W.C. Denniston at Denniston's Dry Goods.
1894Nov29, Wood taken in exchange for cloaks at Denniston's. Heavy underwear goes at bottom prices at Denniston's. Denniston is making special prices on gloves and mittens. Denniston has the best line of wool blankets in town and sells them at the lowest price.
1894Dec27, Go to Denniston to see the best line of dress goods in Fayette. Woolen blankets, fur coats, almost everything in the dry goods line. We have the goods and here to sell them. Denniston's Dry Goods Store.
1895Jan31, New shapes, new styles of neckwear at Denniston and Graham's (son). Ladies' muslin night gowns, the best and greatest variety you ever saw. This week and next, the Second Annual Sale of ladies' muslin underwear at Denniston & Graham's. Do not buy materials and make muslin underwear when you can get better and cheaper ready made. See the new neckwear.
1895Mar07, Denniston & Graham (son) have just received a very large line of fine dress goods cut in patterns. You will make a mistake if you buy a dress before seeing those in patterns. There is nothing nicer in the market in spring dress goods than those pattern goods. They are one pattern and you do not have a dress just like your neighbor's.
1895Apr25, Wanted, a girl to do housework. W.C. Denniston. We are getting those new Wool & Silk & Wool mixtures every day, cut one pattern in a piece.
1895May09, The residence of Geo. Denniston in Crrokston.MN, was burned and his aged parents lost their lives in the flames (not the Denniston's of Fayette).
1895May23, Those silk stripe crepons at Denniston & Graham's are beautiful good and only 25c per yard. If you buy a dress of any kind without looking at Denniston & Graham's, you fail to see the best and most stylish line in town. China silks from 25c a yard upward.
1895July18, Oxford Mirror: Miss Beulah Denniston returned to Fayette with her aunts, Mrs. Lane & Mrs. Shoemaker, and will remain there for a time. The death of Mrs. A.F. Denniston, which had been expected for some time, took place at 2am, July 4, 1895. In 1888 she joined the M.E. Church at this place. Mrs. Ann Eliza Shoemaker Denniston was born in Pine Island, MN, Apr 11, 1961, and died in Oxford Junction, Thur, July 4, 1895, of consumption (TB). (In 1863) two yrs after her birth the family moved to Strawberry Point, Clayton.Co.IA, where they lived eight years (until abt 1871), then moved to Fayette.IA. She came to Oxford Junction (Iowa) in 1881 and married A.F. Denniston, Apr 4, 1882. Three children were born; Frank W., Ward F., & Beulah A. She is survived by husband & three children, her mother, two brothers & two sisters. Presnet were Mrs. Jane Shoemaker, her mother; sister, Mrs. Clara Lane; s/law Mrs. Cora Shoemaker; Wm. Denniston, wf & dau Nettie of Maquoketa.
1895July18, Mrs. Graham of West Union, came down to the Denniston home Monday to look after her grandchildren while the parents were in Minneapolis.
1897Jan14, Denniston & Graham (son), headquarters for dress good, underwear, hosiery, gloves, mittens. All jackets, capes, cloaks go at wholesale cost. We are at The Old Stand.
1897Dec16, Warren C. Denniston has begun a clearing sale on cloaks, capes and jackets. Every garment will be offered at actual wholesale cost. Now is the time to buy a cape or jacket for you wife or daughter a Christmas present. Denniston has the largest stock of muffs in town, ranging from 50c to $4.50. In the dress goods department we always lead. A good dress makes a nice Christmas present. Holiday handkerchiefs in great variety from 1c up. go to Denniston's for shoes, felts, rubbers, and overshoes.
1899May25, New springs goods at Denniton's. We are showing a very handsome line of those new Covert Cloths that are so popular for spring suits. they are all in dress patterns, one of a kind. We show a very handsome black poplin; also the French Mohair's in the new weave. We have a new line of dress trimmings for all the colors and blacks. See out assortment of Fancy and plain silks, plaids, broken checks, plain tafetas and Chinas. Do you want to make a shirt or boy's waist that you know will not face, and will wear until you are tired of it? then get some of our Scotch Cheviot. We have a good line of shoes for the spring trade for men, boys, ladies and children. You should try our Russian colt skin shoe; it wears like iron. We show some very fine narrow-last shoes for ladies. In fact see us for the lowest prices on Good Goods. W. C. Denniston, proprietor.
1900 Census, John Denniston & dau Carrie are with s/law merchant John Loebs (Ella), Ashford, Fond du Lac Co, WI. Note 26: 1900 John Loebs46, Ella42, Elaine10; John Dension 73NY wid, dau Carrie Denison 34WI single.
1902Apr17, Dr. J.M. Gurthrie, M.D., Physician and Surgeon, office over Denniston's Store. Office hours, 2-6, 7-8 p.m. Residence one door south of Postal Card (paper) Office.
1902Aug09, John Hauser Denniston dies at his dau Ella Loebs home, in Campbellsport, Fond du Lac Co, WI. His body was transported by rail back to Fayette.IA for burial beside his wife. Burial: 12 Aug 1902 Grandview Cem, sec B, lot 227, burial #888, Fayette, Fay.Co.IA.
1904Feb11, New ginghams, Percales and Prints at Dennistons.
1908Nov05, Auto into the Ditch. W.C. Denniston's car plunged over the bank between the bridges yesterday. Three ladies received injuries. Mrs. E.N. Humiston suffered two broken ribs, cuts & bruises. A serious auto accident occured. W.C. Denniston's heavy Buick car, containing Mrs. Wm Sholl of Des Moines, Mrs. E.N. Humiston, Mrs. H.S. Canfield, little florence Humiston and Mr. Dennsiton plunged off the embankment between the two bridges at the end of Main.St, Fayette.IA. Mrs. Humiston had two ribs broken near the spine, some severe bruises and cuts about the head. Mrs. Canfield was bruised and Mrs. Sholl about the shoulder blade. Mr. Denniston and Florence Humiston were practically unhurt. Mr. Denniston had turned the car to the right side fo the road to pass Geo. Murphy's dray. Suddenly the car swerved into the frail wooden railing, crashed through it and began to descend the bank, the drop being about 15ft. About half way down there is a stone wall, built to retain the bank, and when the machine reached this it turned over, and struck at the foot of the slope, the deriver going headlong into the brush. The ladies were all thrown out at the wall and were unconscious when reached. The car made a complete revolution and landed right side up. The injured women were cared for immediately, Mrs. Humiston being taken home and the others to the hotel. The auto was badly broken up, tow wheels, front lamps and box receiving the worst. The engine was practically unhurt. Mrs. Sholl's husband, a conductor on the Great Western from Des Moines to Oelwein was telegramed. The party was taking a pleasure jaunt, it was Mrs. Humiston's first auto ride. The exact cause of the wreck will never be known as it happened so quickly. Mr. Denniston has never had any accidents with his care before and is known as one of the most careful drivers. The wheels may have struck against a rough spot in the road, causing the swerving, the road being narrow. Mr. Denniston had shut off the power, so the car was running slowly when it went over the bank. This morning the injured were all doing as well as can be expected.
1909May, Graham Denniston graduated from Fayette High School. Would attend UIU, worked father's store, became a career dry good merchant in Fayette and Oelwein.
1911May, Donald Denniston graduated from Fayette High School. Worked in father's dry goods store. Attended UIU 4yrs, graduating, becoming a career educator in IA and PA.
1912Sep26, Ladies' fleece lined hose, 7c pair. Linen Handkerchiefs, 3c. Men's heavy wool hose, 12c pair. 2500yrs, new outing flannel, 10c discount.
1915Jan07, Going out of Business Sale.
1915Mar04, Having purchased the stock recently controlled by W. C. Denniston and Son, I wish to announce to the people of Fayette and vicinity that I will strive to give them the dame dependable merchandise and courteous treatment that they have formerly received at this store. Also wish to say that I have just returned from a buying trip to Chicago and that I expect to have a great many new things in Men's and Women's wear within the next few days. Assuring you that I will appreciate a share of your patronage and endeavor to deserve the same. F.O. Brown
1915Apr15, I.E. Hoogner has taken in this week Graham Denniston as a partner on the Overland & Saxon cars (auto sales).
1915Aug12, All of the Denniston's traveled to
Denver.CO for a month, visiting relatives on the way and in CO.
1916Feb10, Tailoring display on Feb 17/18, by a representative of Kahn Bros. experienced in the art of taking measures and posted on all the lasted style decrees will be on hand. Should you place an order, the time of delivery will be arranged to suit your convenience. Graham Denniston at F.O. Brown's. (Graham came back to work at his father W.C.'s former store, the stock now controlled by F.O. Brown's Store).
1916, Graham Denniston is advertising fine men's clothing. He may still be working with Brown or has taken over the store's stock again.
1917Jan11, Full page ad...January Bargains at Denniston's. We want to clean up as far as possible for out spring goods.
1917Apr05, Donald Denniston is enjoying a weeks vacation from his school work (teaching) at Lanesboro (Fillmore.Co.MN). Spring time calls for collegian clothings...Adler Collegian Clothes, $16.50 to $35, Graham Denniston.
1917Jun07, Donald Denniston returned to Fayette Sat,
having finished his school work at Lanesboro.MN.
1917Nov, Graham Denniston, like his father Warren C., advertised nearly every week in the paper during the time he was in business.
1918Jun13, Work is received that Donald Denniston, who is stationed at Camp Crane, PA, expects to leave soon for Italy. July11, word is received that Donals arrived safely "over there." Oct03, Donald Denniston is an ambulance driver with the American forces in Italy. Graham Denniston Dry Goods continued to advertise in the Fayette paper.
1919Jun19, H.J. Swift, Attorney at Law, Offices over Denniston's Store in Fayette, Iowa.
1922Jan26, Fitzpatrick & Withell, Licensed Chiropractors, in Fayette, Tues, Thur, Sat. Don't forget out new location which is above Denniston's Store.
1922Jul25, Graham Denniston family are leaving to make Southern Calif. their home. The A.J. Fox family will accompany and stay a year.
1922Aug02, Graham Denniston, wife & dau Jane left Thur. by auto for Calif. His parents accompanied them as far as Sioux City where they will visit with their son Donald. The Graham Denniston family will also visit her mother Mrs. Douglass and relatives in Colorado. The Denniston's expect to make southern Calif. their future home on account of Mr. Denniston's health.
1923Apr19, Prof. Donald Denniston of Sioux City came Mon, called by the death of his father Warren C.
1923, Warren C. Denniston obit:
1923June28, Graham C. Denniston is again in business in Fayette, having bought the stock of Troy's Clothes Shop. We are glad to see him in the familiar surroundings of the store he conducted prior to his departure for California several months ago. He has been identified with Fayette business life for a numr of years in the past, first with his father, the last Warren C, Denniston, and later in a clothing store of his own.
1923June28, I have purchased the Troy Clothes Shop and will be glad to again meet and serve, to the best of my ability, all of the old friends and customers. The stock is being filled in as quickly as possible and we are sure that we will be able to take care of your needs. Your straw hat is here in the big new stack of straws. Graham Dennsiton.
1923July12...Graham Denniston's Dry
1924Nov20, J.M. Dickman has just bought the stock of Graham Denniston and will continue to handle the grade lines that have built up his clothing and furnishing goods business. You are needing clothes and furnishings. I now have a fine stock of merchandise and need you for a customer and friend. Come in, let's get acquainted. We will be glad o show you anything in the clothing line.
1926July08, Graham C. Denniston, wife & dau, arrived in Fayette on Tues, making the trip from California in their car.
1926Aug06, G.C. Denniston & A.F. Mavis were in Manchester this week, selling out a bankrupt stock of shoes which they had purchased.
1927Sep01, Mrs. G.C. Dennsiton of Oelwein, visited friends in Fayette on Tues.
1927Oct06, In this paper our Fayette readers will find an advertisement for Graham Denniston, a former businessman of Fayette, now located at Oelwein. Mr. Denniston purchased the Kittlesby store recently.
1928July12, One year anniversary of Graham Denniston's Oelwein Store.
1929May09, The West Union Cigar Factory of Joseph Edmund's quits. He started his cigar factory in West Union, Sep 1894, and was in the building now occupied by the Denniston store, next to the Union paper office. They had 10-15 cigar makers. (??did Graham Denniston also have a store in West Union besides the Oelwein operation at this time?? No paper note before this indicates such, bz/2012).
1931Nov, moved to a new location in Oelwein.
1932May14, The store building on S. Frederick in Oelwein which formerly housed Denniston's has been transformed into a chick hatchery. (In Nov1932, Karl Mike of Sumner opened a general store in the building.)
1932Nov11, Mr & Mrs. Graham Denniston entertained the sales force last evening celebrating the first anniversary of their new location in Oelwein. The Denniston Store continued to advertise consistently in the Oelwein and some other area papers.
1935Aug11, The last two days of sale at Graham Denistons, in preparing for moving the Graham Dennsiton store of Oelwein.
1939Jan03, Marcus Baker has purchased the store building on Main.St owned by Mrs. Jennie Denniston and occupied by the Clover Farm Store, and will move his Variety Store stock after the building has undergone repairs. The clover Farm will move to the Scobey building. A.G. Andres, owner of the Clover Farm store and his family will occupy the flat over the store.
Oelwein, early bird take-away's, Monday Special. Dollars chopped off
on 30 ladies' Sycamore winter coats. Taloried and fur trimmed, newest
fabrics with Earl-glo and duchess Satin Linings. Actual Retail Values Up
to $19.75, for $7.50.
1940-1941, Graham Denniston moved to Wisconsin.
1941May29, Mrs. Graham Denniston from Watertown.WI (Dodge/Jefferson.Co) was visiting in Fayette.
1953Jan27, Jennie Dennsiton has been ill and worse the past few days.
1953Apr05, Mr.&Mrs. Graham Denniston came Sat for a short visit in the home of his mother, Mrs. Jennie Denniston, and on Mon. returned to their home in Madison.WI, taking Mrs. Denniston with them. Mrs. Dahl of Oelwein had been caring for Mrs. Denniston (at home, 407 King.St.)
1953June03, Jennie Denniston returned home after several weeks with son Graham in Madison.WI, and with her g/dau in DeKalb.IL. Mrs. Dahl will return from Oelwein to be with Mrs. Denniston.
1953July23, Donald Denniston of Palmerton.PA & Graham Denniston of Madison.WI, visited their mother Jennie in Fayette.IA.
1953Dec23, Mrs. W.C. (Jennie) Denniston 86y, died today/Wed at 9:30 at her home in Fayette after a long illness. She leaves on Graham of Madison.WI, son Donald of Palmerton.PA, 4 g/ch & 4gg/ch, plus a bro. Wm of West.Union.
1963Jun06, Fayette Rites for Graham Denniston, a former clothing store proprietor in Fayette and Oelwein. Graham died in Madison.WI where he had operated a clothing store for a number of years. At the time of his death, he owned and operated a ladies' uniform shop in Madison. He is survived by his widow Harriet, dau. Mrs. Jane Kiple and three grandchildren.
1974Dec12, Donald Dennsiton passed away Dec 2, 1974 at Pittsburg.PA
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