Denton Family History & Genealogy
Denton Last Name History & Origin
Nationality & Ethnicity
These are the earliest records we have of the Denton family.
- Isabell Brome Denton born 1436
- Alice Denton Williamson born 1542
- Richard Ii Denton, Ii, Sir born 1557
- Richard Long Denton, of Long Island born 1658
- Mary Foster Thurston Denton born 1664
- Abraham Denton born 1675
- Abigail French Denton Jobe born 1745
- Margaret "Peggy" Denton born 1800
- Elizabeth Denton born 1800
- Marion Denton born 1800
Denton Biographies & Family Trees
Find birth, death records, and obituaries of Dentons on AncientFaces:
Most Common First Names
- John 3.3%
- William 3.3%
- James 3.0%
- Mary 2.4%
- George 1.8%
- Robert 1.6%
- Charles 1.3%
- Thomas 1.1%
- Joseph 0.9%
- Elizabeth 0.9%
Denton Death Records & Life Expectancy
According to our database of 11,550 people with the last name Denton that have a birth and death date listed:
These are the longest-lived members of the Denton family on AncientFaces.
- Charles Denton Jr lived 115 years
- Willie Denton lived 106 years
- Lena Denton lived 103 years
- Clara Mae Denton lived 103 years
- Ina Denton lived 102 years
- Lydia Denton lived 102 years
- Louise S Denton lived 102 years
- Nola Denton lived 102 years
- Nellie R Denton lived 101 years
- Willard E Denton lived 102 years
Thomas Daniel Denton
- shoe maker and we believe in the miliary as well but unsure of this
- his wife Susannah Partridge lived in England - Rushden Northampshire
- He was born around 1827 and died around 1894.
Walter Herbert Denton
- Son of Thomas and Susannah Partridge
- Date of Birth: 1854
- Married to Sarah Young
- Residence: Rushden, Northamptonshire
- We believe he did some service in the miliary too
Herbert Walter Denton
- Son of Walter Herbert Denton and Sarah Young
- Date of Birth: 1875 Jan 21
- Date of Death: 1942 July 17
- Married to Emily Wood who was an O'Connor prior a previous marriage to someone named Wood. They had two daughters Ethel and Doris or Dorothy.
- Reg # 4401 - 4th Battalion - Rank: SGT
- Reg # 11540 (this maybe the Canadian Reg. #)
- Sept 27, 1900 - Invitation "The Warrant Officers, Staff Sergeants and Sergeants of the 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment, present their compliments to Private Denton and request the pleasure of his company to a supper and smoking concert to be held in the Sergents Mess on Thusday, Sept 27, 1900, to celebrate the gallant Defence of Ladysmith 1899-1900 by the British Garrison of which he formed a part and to welcome the detachment back to the Regiment again". Signed: S.A. Smith, Ar.-Sergt. Pres. Corn, Sergeants Mess, 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment. Supper at 8 PM
- October 3, 1900 – 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Regiment – Invitation
“The members of the Corporals Mess of the 1st Battalion Bedfordshire Reg present their compliments to Private Denton and request the pleasure of his company to a supper and smoking concert to be held in the Corporal’s Rooms on Wednesday 3rd October 1900, to celebrate the gallant Defense of Ladysmith 1899-1900 by the British Garrison of which he formed a part and to welcome him back to the Regiment again.”
- May 1, 1915 - Pay book shows he has a credit
- Nov. 13, 1915 - Promoted to Rank of "Shoemaker SGT"
- We have an card "Compliments of the Season and all good wishes from W.O. Staff-Sergeants & Sergeants 4th Battalion. 1st Brigade Canadian Expeditionary Force, X-1914, New Year 1915.
NOTE #1: Seems all the folks connected were in someway involved in shoemaking!
NOTE #2: We have a death notice card about a 'BAKER DENTON" he died Dec 3 1910 (was married to a Hannah Hackney) and from what I can find out he is the son of IRA and MATILDA DENTON. Don't know the connect
NOTE #3: Everyone seems to be from Rushden, Northamptonshire, England.
Steve - I am located in a very little town on Georgian Bay called Thornbury in Ontario Canada.
Again - thanks for any help you can give me. I do appreciate it believe me.
I am very very new at this family search thing.