- Sarah Denison (December 9, 1780 - ) Unmarried
- Henry Denison (May 15, 1783 - ) married Deborah pierce
- Mary Denison ((1785) died young.
- Daniel Denison (March 31, 1787 - ) was a physician
- Gideon Denison (February 4, 1796 - ) unmarried
- Lois Denison (January 21, 1796 - ) married John Freeman
- Esther Denison (May 22, 1800 - ) married Anson Taylor
Marriage & Children
- Denison Crary (1812-1886)
- Susan M. Crary (1814-1881)
- Thomas Crary (1817-1818)
- Horace Crary (1819-1892)
- Sarah Ann (Sally) Crary (1821-1901)
- Dorothy Esther Crary (1831-)
Mary Crary died on July 28, 1840 in Knox, NY.
Although mainly about his son, this article contains useful family information:
Howell, George Rogers, and Jonathan Tenney. Bi-centennial History of Albany History of the County of Albany, N.Y., from 1609 to 1886. New York: W.W. Munsell &, 1886. 885. Print. http://books.google.com
Among the earliest settlers in Knox were the Crarys and Denisons, who came from Connecticut in 1798. Thomas Crary was born in Connecticut, October 12, 1744. He married Mehetabel Mason, January 9, 1772. They had nine children— Thomas, born in 1775; Mary, born in 1777; Mason, born in 1779; Eunice, born in 1782; Cynthia, born in 1786; Amos, born in 1788; Andrew, born in 1790; Ephraim, born in 1793; and Jabez, born in 1796. Amos Crary married Mary Denison in 1811, and had six children, named as follows in the order of their birth: Denison, Susan, Thomas, Horace, Sarah Ann and Esther. Susan removed to Iowa and died there. Thomas died in infancy. Horace removed, when a young man, to Schoharie County, and thence, in 1883, to Chicago. Sarah Ann also lives in Chicago. Esther lives in Iowa. The only one representing the family in the town at the present time is Denison Crary, eldest child of Amos, who was born June 30, 1812. Captain Henry Denison served the cause of the colonies in the Revolutionary war, and after coming to Knox was one of the most prominent early residents. He was one of the founders of the Old Knox Presbyterian Church, of which he was also a deacon for many years. He had seven children, named Henry, Daniel, Gideon, Mary, Sally, Lois and Esther. Henry removed to Pennsylvania and died there. Daniel became a physician, and lived and died in OnondagaCounty, which he represented twice in the Assembly. Gideon died in Knox, at the age of thirty-three. Mary married Amos Crary, and died in 1840, aged fifty-one. Sally died unmarried. Lois and Esther married, and died in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.
Wheeler, Albert Gallatin. The Genealogical and Encyclopedic History of the Wheeler Family in America. Boston, MA: American College of Genealogy, 1914. 307-308. Print.
HENRY DENISON, bom Nov. 26, 1761; d. 1836; m. 1778, Mary Gallup, who was b. Jan. 31, 1769; d. 1843.
Ch: 5. Mary D , b. May 17, 1789; m. Amos Crary. http://www.genealogy.com
Baldwin, John D., and William Clift. A Record of the Descendants of Capt. George Denison, of Stonington, Conn. With Notices of His Father and Brothers, and Some Account of Other Denisons Who Settled in America in the Colony Times. Worcester.: Printed by Tyler & Seagrave, 1881. 164-165. Print. http://www.ancestry.com
3424 Mary Denison, (Henry(5), Daniel(4), Daniel(3), John(2), George(1),) b. May 17, 1789, was married to Amos Crary, April 14, 1811. They lived in Knox, N. Y. She died there, July 28, 1840. He died there, Dec 11, 1869, aged 81. Children:
3449 Denison, b. June 30, 1812; m. Henriette M. Williams, June 16, 1856
3450 Thomas, b. April26, 1817; d. April 30, 1818.
3451 Horace, b. Sept. 14, 1819: m. Harriet Barclay, Oct 2, 1855
3452 Sally Ann, b. Oct. 8, 1821; not married.
3453 Susan M., b. May 18, 1814 m. A. W. Allen, Sept. 1, 1842, of Plymouth, Iowa.
3454 Dorothy Esther, b. Sept. 23, 1831; m. A. S. Faville, Oct.2, 1855 Mitchell, Iowa.
- Wheeler, Richard Anson. History of the Town of Stonington, County of New London, Connecticut, from Its First Settlement in 1649 to 1900: with a Genealogical Register of Stonington Families. Baltimore: Genealogical Pub., 1977. Print.
- Baldwin, John D., and William Clift. A Record of the Descendants of Capt. George Denison, of Stonington, Conn. With Notices of His Father and Brothers, and Some Account of Other Denisons Who Settled in America in the Colony Times. Worcester.: Printed by Tyler & Seagrave, 1881. 164-165. Print.
- FamilySearch™ Pedigree Resource File - Family History and Genealogy Records. Web. 30 Sept. 2010. http://www.familysearch.org/
- Howell, George Rogers, and Jonathan Tenney. Bi-centennial History of Albany History of the County of Albany, N.Y., from 1609 to 1886. New York: W.W. Munsell &, 1886. 885. Print.