At Doylestown, November 2, 1841, Susanna Dennison, wife of Andrew Dennison, in her eightieth year. Her husband survived her at eighty-seven with two children out of a family of nine. They were married in 1781, and lived together sixty years six months and fifteen days." Andrew Dennison a soldier of the Revolution and a pensioner, died at Doylestown, February 24,1847, in his ninety-first year.

History of Doylestown Old and New 1745 to 1900

W.W.H.Davis 1904


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