Richard Greenland Denne

(1 August 1795 - 5 December 1840)
     Richard Greenland Denne was christened on 1 August 1795 in Winchelsea, Sussex. He was the son of Richard Denne and Mary Steer.
     In Mary Steer's will dated 30 November 1820 in Winchelsea, Sussex, Richard Greenland Denne was named as executor of the estate. Richard was a barrister of the Inner Temple in 1826, London.
     Richard died on 5 December 1840 aged 45.

Thomas Denne

( - 1821)
     Thomas Denne made a will dated 9 September 1820 in Sarre, Kent. Will transcribed by Brian Denn: In the name of God Amen I Thomas Denne of the Village of Sarre in the Isle of Thanet in the County of Kent being of sound mind memory and understanding praised be Almighty God for the same do make this my last Will and Testament in manner and form following (that is to say) first and principally I commend my Soul to God who gave it and my body I commit to the Earth to be decently buried at the discretion of my Executors hereinafter named and as to such worldly estate as it hath pleased Almighty God to bestow upon me I dispose thereof as follows.
First I give and bequeath unto my dear wife Mary and her assigns for and during the term of her natural life one annuity or clear yearly sum of three hundred pounds sterling to be paid and payable by two even and equal half yearly payments on the birth of our Lord Christ and the Festivity of Saint John the Baptist in every year the first payment thereof to begin and be made on such of the said feast days as shall first and next happen after my decease which said annuity or yearly sum of three hundred pounds I do hereby direct shall be issued and payable out of and from my personal estate and I do hereby accordingly direct my Executors hereinafter named to set apart appropriate and invest a sufficient sum of money in their names(?) out of my said personal estate to answer(?) and pay the said annuity.

Also I give and bequeath unto my said dear wife the sum of one thousand pounds sterling and my carriage and two horses with the ? and appertuances thereunto belonging together with such furniture and effects as she was possessed of at the time of our intermarriage.

Also I give and bequeath unto my dear sister Martha Denne the sum of eight hundred pounds sterling.
Also I give and bequeath unto each of my dear sisters Elizabeth the wife of John Bridges Esq., Mary the wife of Joseph Coxon and Sarah Denne the sum of two hundred pounds sterling.
Also I give and bequeath unto my Executors hereinafter named the sum of one hundred pounds sterling apiece as an acknowledgement for their trouble.
Also I give and bequeath unto my old servant Robert ? the sum of twenty five pounds Sterling.
Also I give and bequeath unto the Treasurer for the time being of the Kent and Canterbury Hospital for the use and benefit of that Institution the sum of one hundred pounds Sterling.
All which legacies I do hereby direct my Executors hereinafter named to pay within six calendar months next after my decease.

Also I give and bequeath all my plate, linen, china, books, wines and liquors unto my said dear wife and to my dear daughter Mary Elizabeth the wife of the Reverend John Hilton of Wingham in the said County of Kent Clerk in equal shares as tenants in common and to their respective executors administrators and assigns.
Also I give and bequeath all my household furniture and other household effects not hereinbefore disposed of and except fixtures unto my said dear wife.

Also I give devise and bequeath all and every my manors, messuages, lands, tenements, hereditaments and real estate whatsoever and wheresoever and after payment of my just debts funeral and testamentary expenses and the annuity and legacies hereinbefore given all my leasehold and other personal estate and effects not hereinbefore otherwise disposed of into and to the use of my said dear daughter Mary Elizabeth the wife of the said John Hilton her heirs, executors administrators and assigns respectively according to the nature and quality of the said several estates and I do hereby make nominate and appoint my said dear daughter Mary Elizabeth, the said John Hilton and the said John Bridges Executors of this my last Will and Testament and I do hereby declare that the said annuity and the several legacies hereinbefore by me given to my said dear wife Mary are over and above and in addition to the provision made for her by the settlement executed previously to our intermarriage and hereby revoking and making void all former and other wills and testaments by me at any time herebefore made I declare this only to be my last Will and Testament.

In witness whereof I the said Thomas Denne the Testator have to the first sheet of this my last Will and Testament in two sheets of paper contained set my hand and to this second and last sheet thereof have set my hand and affixed my seal the ninth day of September in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and twenty. Thomas Denne. Signed, sealed, published and declared by the said Thomas Denne the Testator as and for his last Will and Testament in the presence of us who in his presence at his request and in the presence of each other have hereunto subscribed our names at witnesses.
J L Plummer, J L Plummer Jnr, Edward Plummer.

     Thomas died in 1821.
     His will was proved on 10 May 1821. Proved at London 10th May 1821 before the Judge by the oaths of Mary Elizabeth Hilton wife of the Reverend John Hilton Clerk the daughter, the said Rev John Hilton and John Bridges the Executors to whom administration was granted having first sworn by commission duly to administer.

Child of Thomas Denne

William John Denne

(30 May 1788 - June 1855)
     William John Denne was christened on 30 May 1788 in Winchelsea, Sussex. He was the son of Richard Denne and Mary Steer.
     He had estates in Romney Marsh and Wareham in Kent, Winchelsea, Icklesham, Rye, etc. in Sussex. He married Mary Jane daughter of Alexander Orme Esq. of the East India Company's service.
     William John Denne married Mary Jane Orme on 17 July 1817 in St Marylebone, London. WilliamJohn Denne, Esq, of this parish, bachelor & Mary Jane Orme of the parish of St Pancras.Mdx, spinster were married by licence. Both signed in the presence of A Orme & Cosmo Orme.
She may be the Mary Jane Denne, widow, who died in Shottesbrook Park, near Maidenhead, Berkshire on 14 Dec 1866 - will proved 1867.
     In Mary Steer's will dated 30 November 1820 in Winchelsea, Sussex, William John Denne was named as executor of the estate.
     William John Denne was recorded on the 1851 census in Hastings, St Leonard, Sussex. William J Denne 57, proctor, born Winchelsea, Ssx; his wife Mary J Denne 55, born Bengal, India; daughter Mary J Denne 25, born Marylebone, Mdx; servants George Iapby 40, Richard Tawast 18, Elizabeth Woodford 43, Charlotte Peper 30, Elen Andrews 35.
     William's death was possibly registered in the quarter ending in June 1855 in Uxbridge RD, Middlesex.

Child of William John Denne and Mary Jane Orme

Mary Dennie

(1 December 1717 - November 1779)
     Mary Dennie was born on 1 December 1717 in Stratford, Fairfield, Connecticut, USA. She was the daughter of Boston merchant John Dennie..
     Mary Dennie married Rev William Hooper, son of Robert Hooper and Mary Japhray, on 18 October 1739 in Boston, Suffolk county, Massachusetts, USA.
     Mary died in November 1779 in Boston, Massachusetts, aged 61. She was buried in Trinity Church, Boston.

Children of Mary Dennie and Rev William Hooper

Emma Dennis

     Emma Dennis married Mark Hunn, son of Frederick Hunn unlinked as yet and Mary Ann White, on 28 June 1850 in St Mary's, Portsea, Hampshire, England.

Gertrude Dennis

     Gertrude Dennis was born. She was the daughter of Robert Denys of Holcombe Burnell (Devon) and Mary Blount (w. of Edward Parker, 10/3 Bt Morley). She was the daughter of Robert Dennis.
     Gertrude Dennis married John Arundell as his second wife, circa 1 March 1573. She was appointed Dorothy Arundell, John Arundell and Mary Arundell's guardian in 1580.
     In 1581 Gertrude Arundell of Trerice, widow, bought the wardship of her son..

Children of Gertrude Dennis and John Arundell

Jerushah Alice Dennis

(circa 1830 - between October 1869 and December 1869)
     Jerushah Alice Dennis was born circa 1830.
     The marriage of Jerushah Alice Dennis and George Francis Cocksedge, son of William Cocksedge and Mary Ann Offord, was registered in the in September 1858 quarter in Stow RD.
     Jerushah died between October 1869 and December 1869 in Kensington RD.

Children of Jerushah Alice Dennis and George Francis Cocksedge

Mary Dennis

     Mary Dennis married William Ruby, son of William Ruby (of Helston) and Thomasin Unknown, on 7 August 1791 in Helston, Cornwall. This marriage is only an assumption based on place.

Mary Edith Dennis

(circa 1853 - December 1917)
     Mary Edith Dennis was born circa 1853.
     Mary Edith Dennis married Henry le Heup Cocksedge, son of Lt Henry Le Heup Cocksedge and Mary Caroline Rushbrooke, between July 1874 and September 1874 in Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk.
     Mary Edith Dennis and Henry le Heup Cocksedge appeared on the 1881 census in Cottingham House Farm, Drinkstone. Henry Le Heup Cocksedge, aged 35, landed proprietor, born Beyton, wife Mary E, aged 18, born Bury St Edmunds, and his son Henry Le Heup aged 5, born Rougham. Mary Edith Dennis was buried in December 1917 in the cemetery, Bury St Edmunds.
     Mary died in December 1917 in Suffolk.

Child of Mary Edith Dennis and Henry le Heup Cocksedge

Robert Dennis

     Robert died in Holcombe, Devon?.

Child of Robert Dennis

Sir Anthony Denny

Child of Sir Anthony Denny

Elizabeth Denny

(circa 1785? - )
     Elizabeth Denny was born circa 1785? In Offaly, Ireland. She was the daughter of the Rev. Denny. She was the daughter of Rev Maynard Denny.
     A marriage settlement between Elizabeth Denny and Lt Robert Popplewell Steer was made between 4 February 1806 and May 1809 in Churchill, Kerry, Ireland. 4 Feb 1806: Articles of agreement prior to marriage settlement of Robert Popplewell Steer esq. now of Churchill co. Kerry and Elizabeth, eldest daughter of the Rev. Maynard Denny of Churchill.
18 & 19 May 1809: Mr & Mrs Steer's settlement (lands in Belton parish). Endorsed: Appointment of new trustees 1826
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     Elizabeth Denny married Lt Robert Popplewell Steer, son of Richard Ryther Popplewell Steer and Frances Steer, after February 1806. Elizabeth Denny was a subscriber to the volume "Old John's tale" published in 1819 in Doncaster, Yorkshire. She wrote "Old John's tale, or half an hours amusement to the not too difficult to please, an irregular poem by a lady, cheerfully dedicated to the good- natured" London: printed by S McDonell, Lombard St for the author and published by B Bisby & M Simpson, Doncaster, 1819. A copy in the Mitchell Library, NSW [from the collection of David Scott Mitchell] has the inscription: Mary Elizabeth Bingle - from the author 1859. Some of the presumed relatives were subscribers to the volume: Dr Best, Capt Best and Miss Best, all of Bulwell; Mr, Mrs & Miss Robinson of Winthorpe House, Dr Robinson, Mrs Robinson & Mr R Robinson of Doncaster, Mrs Robinson of Stoke Golding, Miss Robinson of Blencogo, Mr F Robinson of Nottingham & Mrs S Robinson of Bulwell; Mr & Mrs Steer of Doncaster and Miss Stanser of Doncaster.
     In the 1851 census Elizabeth Denny was living in the household of her son-in-law Rev John Denne Hilton in 10 Croft, Hastings, St Clement, Sussex.
     Her will was proved. Probate will of Mrs Elizabeth Steer of Sandtoft Grove?

Children of Elizabeth Denny and Lt Robert Popplewell Steer

Martha Denny

     Martha Denny married Wymond Carew, son of John Carew and Thomasin Holland. Martha Denny was the daughter of Sir Anthony Denny.

Child of Martha Denny and Wymond Carew

Rev Maynard Denny

(circa 1750 - 12 April 1839)
     Rev Maynard Denny was born circa 1750.
     Maynard matriculated at Trinity College, Dublin, on 22 February 1768.
     Maynard died Maynard Denny. Tralee. Son of the late Sir Barry Denny & uncle to the present Sir Edward on 12 April 1839 in Tralee, Kerry, Ireland.

Child of Rev Maynard Denny

Gregory Dent

     Gregory Dent married Alice Noble, daughter of Walter Noble, on 4 May 1541 in Gt Livermere.

Anna Maria Denty

(circa 1818 - 22 April 1842)
     Anna Maria Denty was born circa 1818. She was the daughter of James Denty.
     Anna Maria Denty married John Floyd Jr on 1 March 1832 in Howrah, Bengal, India. Richard Bird wrote in Jun 2012: She is related on my father's mother's side.
She married John Floyd jr in Calcutta at 14 years of age. They had a son James Henry Floyd, born 1837 at Groakhpur, India and deid 14 Jan 1896 at Barrackpore, India.
     Anna died on 22 April 1842 in Calcutta, Bengal. She was buried in South Park St burial ground, Calcutta. Richard Bird has photographs of the tombstone.

Elizabeth Denty

(22 May 1782 - )
     Elizabeth Denty was christened on 22 May 1782 in Fort William, Bengal, India. She was described as daughter of Cpt William of the 2nd Regt. She was the daughter of Captain James Denty.
     Elizabeth Denty and James Denty were beneficiaries in Captain James Denty's will dated 18 March 1790.
     Elizabeth Denty married William Carter on 23 May 1816 in St Mary, Islington, London. They are the third great grandparents of Peggy Dunn who has supplied much information on the Dentry family.

Emma Denty

(circa 16 September 1821 - before 8 October 1821)
     Emma Denty was born circa 16 September 1821 in Bengal, India. She was the daughter of James Denty and Elizabeth Marchand. Emma Denty was christened on 7 October 1821 in Fort William, Bengal, India.
     Emma died before 8 October 1821 in Fort William, India. She was buried on 8 October 1821 in Fort William. She was 24 days old.

Frances Rebecca Denty

(18 January 1847 - )
     Frances Rebecca Denty was christened on 18 January 1847 in Assam, India. She was the daughter of James Denty and Frances Underwood.

Col Henry Francis Denty

(21 October 1785 - 11 January 1848)
     Col Henry Francis Denty was born on 21 October 1785 in 24 Suffolk Street, nr Middlesex Hospital, London, England. He was the son of Captain James Denty, of the Bengal Army, & Lydia (nee Shirtley) who married 18 July 1784 at St Helena. James died on the 20th & was buried 21st April 1790 at Cawnpore. He was the son of Captain James Denty and Lydia Shirtley.
     He began as a cadet in 1800 and became Lt-Col, 6th Bengal Native Infantry. Col Henry Francis Denty witnessed William Carter and Elizabeth Denty's wedding on 23 May 1816 in St Mary, Islington, London.
     Col Henry Francis Denty married Louisa Copperwheat, daughter of William Cross? and Martha Copperwheat, on 8 September 1816 in St Thomas, Southwark, Surrey.
     Col Henry Francis Denty was on the passenger list of the "Robarts", arriving at London, in 1822. They travelled from Bengal, India.
     Col Henry Francis Denty made a will dated 21 May 1838 in Devon. This is the last will and testament of me Henry Francis Denty of Mount N?asford Park, in the parish of Saint Leonard in the county of Devon late Lieutenant Colonel of the Honorable East India Company's Military Service Bengal Establishment and now on their retired pension list
I give to my dear wife Louisa Denty the sum of twenty pounds lawful English money and which I request may be paid to her immediately after my decease
I give devise and bequeath all my freehold real and leasehold messuages tenements dwelling houses lands hereditaments and premises whatsoever and wheresoever of which I am or any other person or persons in trust for me is to ...unto my dear wife Louisa Denty and to George Ernest .ritton of North? Bovey in the county of Devon esquire late a captain in the Bengal Army and the Reverend George Maximilius Hatter, of the city of Exeter, clerk ... executors, etc ...


     Col Henry Francis Denty and Louisa Copperwheat appeared on the 1841 census in Parke, St Leonard, Devon. Henry F Denty, 55, Independent, Louisa 45, Louisa Frances 19, Mary Ann M, 9, plus two female servants. Mary Ann M was the only one of the family born in the county.
     Henry died on 11 January 1848 in St Thomas RD, Devon, England, aged 62.
     His will was proved on 22 February 1848 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury.

Children of Col Henry Francis Denty and Louisa Copperwheat

James Denty

(before March 1777 - before 4 September 1822)
     James Denty was born before March 1777. He was the son of Captain James Denty.
     James Denty and Elizabeth Denty were beneficiaries in Captain James Denty's will dated 18 March 1790.
     James was educated in Windlass Hill, Yorkshire, England.
     James Denty married Mary Fuller on 22 August 1808 in Calcutta, India.
     James Denty married secondly Elizabeth Marchand on 25 July 1820 in St John's, Calcutta, Bengal, India. He was a widower.
     James died before 4 September 1822 in Calcutta. A will has not been found. He was buried on 4 September 1822 in Calcutta. James Dentry, 45, formerly an Examiner, in the Secret & Political Dept.

Child of James Denty and Mary Fuller

Children of James Denty

Children of James Denty and Elizabeth Marchand

James Denty

(16 July 1820 - )
     James Denty was also known as James Henry Denty in records. He was christened on 16 July 1820 in Fort William, India. He was the son of James Denty and Elizabeth Marchand.
     James Denty married Frances Underwood on 5 October 1840 in Cuttack, Bengal, India.

Children of James Denty and Frances Underwood

Captain James Denty

(circa 1738 - 20 April 1790)
     Captain James Denty was born circa 1738.
     Captain James Denty married Lydia Shirtley on 18 July 1784 in St Helena.
     Captain James Denty served in the military Captain, Bengal Army in India.
     Captain James Denty made a will dated 18 March 1790. His will in part states: In the Name of God Amen
I James Denty Captain in the Service of the
Honourable the united Company of Merchants of England Trading tothe East Indies on the Bengal Establishment...
I give to my natural Son James Denty a Boy about fourteen years now at School at Windlass Hill in Yorkshire when and in case he shall attain his age of twenty one years four hundred pounds of like Money and to my natural Daughter Elizabeth Denty a Girl of about seven years of age now at Mrs Butts Boarding School in South Molton Street near Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex the sum of six hundred pounds of like Money when and in case she shall attain her age of twenty one years those Legacies.

     James died on 20 April 1790 in Cawnpore, India. He was buried on 21 April 1790 in Cawnpore, Bengal.
     His will was proved on 26 July 1792.

Children of Captain James Denty

Children of Captain James Denty and Lydia Shirtley

James Henry Dundas Denty

(11 April 1787 - before 7 February 1812)
     James Henry Dundas Denty was born at sea on 11 April 1787. He was baptised in the Presidency of Fort William in Bengal in July 1787. He was the son of Captain James Denty and Lydia Shirtley.
     He is likely to be the James Henry D of the St Helena Civil Service who was requesting further leave with pay due to his scorbutic complaint, from Carmathen, then from Aberglaney near Landilo, South Wales. But, another reference is dated 1827 [typo?].
     James Henry Dundas Denty made a will dated 28 March 1809 in 5 Hertford St, Fitzroy Square, London, St Pancras, Middlesex, England. Part of his will states: I give & bequeath unto my brother Henry Francis Denty a Lieutenant in the Military Service of the said East India Company the sum of Fifty pounds of lawful money of Great Britain & my gold watch and I give & bequeath unto my sister Elizabeth Denty the sum of one hundred pounds of like lawful money AND....I give & bequeath unto James Denty of Calcutta in the East Indies Esqr. the sum of two guineas for a ring. He also mentions Catherine Jones, widow, Richard Corbett & James Carter, executors, Eleanor Lidia Corbett, his aunt Eleanor Pritchard of the Island of St Helena and her un-named children; the residue to Richard Leech of St Helena. A codicil dated 28 March 1809 appoints Richard Leech a joint executor. Eleanor Pritchard was sister of his mother Lydia Shirtley.
     James died before 7 February 1812.
     His will was proved on 7 February 1812 in the Prerogative Court of Canterbury. Proved at London with a codicil the 7th February 1812 before the Worshipful John Dodson Doctor of Laws & Surrogate by the oaths of Richard Corbett & James Carter the Executors named in the Will to whom admon was granted they having been first sworn duly to Admr. power reserved to Richard Leech Executor named in the codicil Exd.

Julia Maria Denty

(18 November 1841 - )
     Julia Maria Denty was born on 18 November 1841. She was the daughter of James Denty and Frances Underwood. Julia Maria Denty was christened on 25 June 1843 in Cuttack, Bengal, India.
     Julia Maria Denty married Francis W Underwood in 1865 in Bengal, India. Her parentage is only assumed by the name and place.

Louisa Denty

(8 September 1817 - before 1 November 1819)
     Louisa Denty was christened on 8 September 1817 in Calcutta, India. She was the daughter of James Denty.
     Louisa died before 1 November 1819 in Calcutta. She was buried on 1 November 1819 in Calcutta.

Louisa Frances Denty

(16 April 1822 - 22 May 1895)
     Louisa Frances Denty was born on 16 April 1822 in India. The lady of Capt. H F Denty, of a daughter. She was the daughter of Col Henry Francis Denty and Louisa Copperwheat.
     Louisa Frances Denty appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Col Henry Francis Denty and Louisa Copperwheat in Parke, St Leonard, Devon.
     The marriage of Louisa Frances Denty and Rev Henry Murray, son of Lt Gen John Murray Lt Governor, was registered in the in March 1848 quarter in Plympton St Mary RD, Devon.
     Louisa Frances Denty and Rev Henry Murray lived at St Luke, Chelsea, London, from 1849 to 1851. He was curate of St Luke's Chelsea 1849-51.
     Louisa Frances Denty and Rev Henry Murray were recorded on the 1851 census in 3? South Parade, Chelsea, London, Middlesex. Henry Murray, 33, head, curate of St Luke's Chelsea, born in the West Indies, Louisa Frances Murray, wife, 28, born India, John Murray, brother 13?, scholar, born France, Louisa Denty, mother in law, 51, widow of Lt Colonel, born Islington, Mdx; Mary Ann Denty, 18, sister in law, born Exeter, Devon; Mary Ann Margaret Denty [sic], daughter, 4 months, born Chelsea. Louisa Frances Denty was the informant at the death of Louisa Copperwheat, on 10 September 1853.
     Louisa died on 22 May 1895 in Basti, India, aged 73.
     Her will was proved on 24 December 1895 in the Principal Probate Registry, London. Murray, Louisa Frances, of Basti, in the north-west province of India (wife of the reverend Henry Murray, clerk)Hen died 22 May 1895 at Gunnonr-Budson north-west provinces of INdia Administration (Limited)... to Charles Danks bank manager the attorney of the said reverend Hnery Murray. Effects £67/1/5.

Children of Louisa Frances Denty and Rev Henry Murray

Mary Ann Margaret Denty

(12 June 1832 - December 1904)
     Mary Ann Margaret Denty was born on 12 June 1832 in Mouunt Radford Park, Exeter, Devon. She was the daughter of Col Henry Francis Denty and Louisa Copperwheat. Mary Ann Margaret Denty was christened on 25 July 1832 in St Peter's Cathedral, Exeter.
     Mary Ann Margaret Denty appeared on the 1841 census in the household of Col Henry Francis Denty and Louisa Copperwheat in Parke, St Leonard, Devon. In the 1851 census Mary Ann Margaret Denty was living in the household of her brother-in-law Rev Henry Murray in 3? South Parade, Chelsea, London, Middlesex. Henry Murray, 33, head, curate of St Luke's Chelsea, born in the West Indies, Louisa Frances Murray, wife, 28, born India, John Murray, brother 13?, scholar, born France, Louisa Denty, mother in law, 51, widow of Lt Colonel, born Islington, Mdx; Mary Ann Denty, 18, sister in law, born Exeter, Devon; Mary Ann Margaret Denty [sic], daughter, 4 months, born Chelsea.
     Mary Ann Margaret Denty married John Arthur Murray, son of George Freeman Murray and Kitty Wallace, on 20 March 1862 in Mean Meer, Lahore, Bengal, India (now Pakistan). John Arthur Murray, bachelor aged 31, of Pongee Timber Agenxy, Meean Meer, son of Lt Col. George Freeman Murray, to Mary Ann Margaret Denty aged 29, daugher of Lt Col Henry Francis Denty, by licence, married by Henry Murray.. Mary Ann Margaret Denty was an executor of John Arthur Murray's estate on 20 January 1880 in the Principal Probate Registry, London.
     Mary Ann Margaret Denty and Kate Florence Murray appeared on the 1891 census in 19 Dundas Gardens, Willesden, Middlesex. Mary Ann Murray, head, widow, 59, living on own means, born Exeter, Devon; Kate Murray, duaghter 26, born East Indies (British subject).
     Mary Ann Margaret Denty and Gertrude Annie Murray appeared on the 1901 census in 18 Bishops Park Mansions, Fulham, London, England. Annie Murray, 69, widow, born Exeter, Devon and her daughter Gertrude A Murray, 32, born Punjab, no occupations.
     Mary's death was registered in the quarter ending in December 1904 in Fulham RD.

Children of Mary Ann Margaret Denty and John Arthur Murray

Mary Anne Denty

(14 January 1789 - before 15 January 1789)
     Mary Anne Denty was christened on 14 January 1789 in Calcutta, India. Mary Anne,daughter of Captain James Denty and Lydia his wife, Privately, 14 January 1789.
     Mary died before 15 January 1789 in Calcutta. She was buried on 15 January 1789 in Calcutta. Mary Ann, an infant daughter of Captain James Dentry and Lydia his wife. She was the daughter of Captain James Denty and Lydia Shirtley.

Mary Elizabeth Denty

(9 September 1809 - )
     Mary Elizabeth Denty was born on 9 September 1809 in Calcutta, India. She was the daughter of James Denty and Mary Fuller. Mary Elizabeth Denty was christened on 31 December 1809 in Calcutta.
     Mary Elizabeth Denty married William Robert Fenwick on 16 May 1826 in the Cathedral, Calcutta, India.