In what turned out to be the last issue of The Denbow Diaspora newsletter I had promised that the next issue would contain a sampling of poetry written by members of the Denbow clan. Well, as you know, shortly after that issue came out I made a decision to cease publication of the newsletter after […]
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The purpose of this site is to present information on the history of the Denbow and Denbo families in North America from the earliest know progenitor, John Denboe, who came to the Crown Colony of Maryland as an indentured servant in the 1660s, to the modern day. View our Denbow Diaspora Newsletter archive for all of our past issues or check out our online database of genealogical data. Please contact us with any questions or comments. Thanks for visiting.
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Editor’s Note: This article is very relevant to this issue of the The Denbow Diaspora, which has been delayed because of two successive crashes of my genealogical computer (also same machine as my ham shack computer) that required two clean installs of the OS (Win8-64). I had all my data in the documents folder backed […]
John Denboe was born in 1640 at England. He married Jane Woodfield in 1682 at St. Stephens Parish, Cecil, Maryland, USA, According to Sandy Denbow Jameyson: St. Stephen’s Church was located in the Sassafras District. This was near the area of the Sassafras River, in Cecil County, Maryland. It is within this area that John […]