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flag male ancestor  Patrick  DEMPSEY

  (b. abt. 1755 Crown Colony of Pennsylvania   d. abt. 1810 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA )  

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Patrick DEMPSEY was born abt. 1755 in Crown Colony of Pennsylvania. Patrick DEMPSEY was the child of ?   and   ?

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He married  Catherine MCDONALD? REILLY? .  The couple had (at least) 1 child. Catherine MCDONALD? REILLY?  was born in Ireland.  She died aft. 1810 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. 

Patrick DEMPSEY died abt. 1810 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA.
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Did You Know?America - Did you know? October 16, 1859 - Abolitionist John Brown and 21 followers capture federal arsenal at Harpers...Read MORE...
Did You Know?Pennsylvania means 'Penn's woods' or 'Penn's land.' Quaker William Penn was granted the tract of land by King Charles II of England in 1681 as repayment of debt owed to Penn's father, Admiral William Penn. Originally, Penn suggested Sylvania (woodland) for his land. (

Prior to 1787 - Crown Colony of Pennsylvania
December 12, 1787 - Pennsylvania becomes 2nd U.S. state

Added: 8/31/2016 3:21:17 PM - Updated: 9/20/2016 4:51:51 PM

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