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  • Name: *Daniel Deans , Jr. 1
  • Sex: M
  • Birth: ABT 1735 in Virginia/ Hampshire County, West Virginia
  • Death: BEF APR 1789 in Patetown, Wayne County, North Carolina 2
  • Burial: Deans Cemetery, Tommy Road, Wayne County, North Carolina
  • Note:
    Daniel Dean (Deans) (Deanes) left a will in Wayne County, North Carolina that was recorded April Court 1789. He lived in Wayne County near Patetown. That is where the Deans Cemetery is located.

    He served in the Revolutionary War as a Sergeant in Virginia. Some records refer to him as being from Hampshire County, Virginia. That is in fact a county in West Virginia. It is located west of Winchester, Virginia.
    Romney, West Virginia on Route 50 west of Winchester is where Hampshire County is.

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    Daniel Deans is listed as a Patriot by the Sons of the American Revolution:
    See NSSAR File # 150336, NCSAR File # 02316, SAR File Ref. # 289, 290, 291.
    See NSSAR File # 151584

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    Daniel Deans is listed as a Patriot by the DAR
    See DAR Patriot Index, 1990, Vol. 1, page 801
    Daniel Deans b c 1750 Va d a 4-? -1789 NC m Sarah ---- Sgt. VA

    See the DAR application of Angela Carol Saucier Bass
    DAR # 777493

    See also DAR # 751128

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    From the: Willard Lee Jones Family Tree
    Contact: Willard Jones
    wjones2719@aol.com

    Name: Daniel Deans Jr.
    Given Name: Daniel Deans
    Surname: Jr.
    Sex: M
    Birth: 1735 in Hampshire Co., West Virgina
    Death: Apr 1789 in Patetown, Wayne Co., North Carolina
    Burial: Goldsboro, Wayne Co., North Carolina
    Event: Military Service Bet. May 1777 - Nov 1779 Revolutionary Soldier
    Religion: Methodist Preacher

    Note:
    Daniel Deans Jr. enlisted into Capt. John Lewis' Company, 2nd Virginia
    State Regiment, on May 11, 1777, as a Corporal, for a term of three
    years. While at the rank, he was paid $7.33 per month. During the summer
    of 1778, he was absent from his regiment for several months due to
    sickness, and was listed as being in the hospital during September 1778.
    After returning to service, he was in camp at Middle Brook for several
    months. Corporal Deans was promoted to Sergeant by January 1779, and was
    paid $10.00 a month at that rank. During that year, he was listed in camp
    at Smith's Clove [?], Camp Rambeau, Camp Haverstraw, and Philadelphia. He
    was descharged November 20, 1779. (From United States Archives records on
    microfilm). This company also was led by Capt. Machen Boswell. The 2nd
    Virgina State Regiment was commanded by Col. Gregory Smith and Col.
    William Brent.

    Burial: Deans Cemetery
    Location: From Hwy 70 in Goldsboro, NC. Take Hwy 117 North. Go about
    three miles to Tommy's Road.
    Turn right on Tommy's Rd and go about one half mile. Cemetery on left on
    a hill. Cemetery is about half way between Hwy 117 and Hwy 111 on Tommy's Rd.

    Following is a Homecoming and Becentenial Celebration Letter written by
    Marvin Woodard. A member of the Salem United Methodist Church, Goldsboro,
    Wayne Co., North Carolina.
    Salem United Methodist Church
    Goldsboro, North Carolina

    Homecoming and Becentennial Celebration
    September 21,1986
    History
    We are indebted to a former member, Col. W.S.G. Andrews, for much of
    the early history of Salem, which was recorded in his article published
    in the North Carolina Advocate of Feb. 1856.
    Daniel Deans Jr. came from Virginia and settled on Stoney Creek in
    Wayne County, North Carolina. He was a member of a small religious group
    in that community. In 1786 his mind became very much disturbed about
    religion. His conduct was so singular at times that his neighbors thought
    him deranged. During one of these seasons of mental depression, he
    concluded to visit his birthplace in Virginia. While he was there he
    attended a meeting of Methodists, heard the preaching, was taught the
    way of life more perfectly, and experienced the forgiveness of his sins.
    When he returned home, on meeting his wife, he threw his arms around
    her and exclaimed, "O' Elizabeth! I have seen a man in Virginia, who
    was worth a lifetime of labor to see. If I had known how happy his
    preaching would make me, I would have traveled the world over to find
    him. He has promised to come and preach for us, and you shall hear him
    and be happy."
    Shortly thereafter, the "English preacher", as Bishop Asbury was
    called, came to the Stoney Creek neighborhood. An Englishman named Watts,
    who lived on the east side of Stoney Creek, consented that he should
    preach at his house.
    The sermons of Bishop Asbury were preached to the small religious
    group at the house of Mr. Watts, in Wayne County. Daniel Deans Jr.
    therefore is credited with helping to introduce Methodism into Wayne
    County.
    A few years after Bishop Asbury preached at the Watts home, a small
    log meeting house was built on the west side of Stoney Creek, and called
    " Deans Meeting House ". It was very crudely constructed of rough logs,
    with holes cut for a window and door. But no window or door was ever
    installed.
    Some of the preachers who conducted services at Deans Meeting House
    were John Buxton, John Kay, Morris Howell, and Mr. Moody. They were men of
    great zeal, and constant revival attended their labors.
    Some years later, the little group which had been formed at Deans
    Meeting House, moved to Sarah Howell's about two miles west, and near
    the present location of Salem Church.
    Sarah Howell had joined the church at Watt's; had lost her husband;
    was not in affluent circumstances; had a family dependent upon her; but
    she threw open her doors to the group and to the preachers.


    Father: Daniel Deans SR. b: 1709 in Hampshire County, West Va.
    Mother: UNKNOWN ????

    Marriage 1 Elizabeth PEASE b: 1737 in North Carolina
    Children
    Demsey DEANS b: 1760 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    James DEANS b: 1762 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    Elizabeth DEANS b: 1765 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    Daniel DEANS b: 1770 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    George DEANS b: 1775 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    Bartholomew (Bartly) DEANS b: 1776 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    John DEANS b: 1777 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    Sarah DEANS b: 1779 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    Tarlisha DEANS b: 1781 in Wayne Co., North Carolina
    Lydia DEANS b: 1784 in Patetown, Wayne Co., North Carolina


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    The will below is from G. Hunter Ferrell:

    Name: Daniel DEANS
    Sex: M
    Birth: ABT. 1735 in Virginia?
    Death: APR 1789 in Wayne County, North Carolina

    Note:
    Will of Daniel Deans
    Wayne County, North Carolina
    Recorded April Court 1789

    In the Name of god Amen I Daniell Deanes of the State of North Carolina Wayne
    Cownty being poorly and Weake in Body but in perfect mind and Memory thanks be
    given to allmighty god For the same knowing and Calling to mind that it is
    appointed for all men once to Die I Do Maake and ordain this my Last will and
    Testament in Manner Following and form as Follows that is to say First
    particular I commit My sole in to the hands of all mightey god hoping Through
    Merrits(?) I Dooth and (unreadable) of my lord and saviour Jesus Christ to
    have full and free hand and forgiving of all my sins and my Boddy I commit To
    the Clay to be Decentle Buried at the Discretion of my Executors hath pleased
    all mightey God to bestow uppon me I gave the said Dispouse(?) as Follows
    First I Will that all my Juss Debts Funerall Charges and Discharge ~~~
    Item I Lend to my Well beloved wife During her Life or Widdowhood the
    plantation Where on I now Live and all my house hold furniture and all the
    Working Tooles my carpenters Tooles and Tinkers tooles Excepted and Blacksmith
    Tooles Excepted and all my live stock I lend to my Dear Beloved Wife ondly
    Four Hed of Sheepe apiece to my son Dempsey and James Item I gave and bequieve
    unto my son Demsey a certain Track of Land Containing 275 acors More or less
    Lying in Nash County Item gave and Bequieve unto My sons James Danniell Bartley
    George and John Deanes all my Land that I Hold in Wayne Cowntey and all my
    tooles that is befor Excepted to be Equally Divided Between my six sons Item I
    gave and bequive unto my sons Daniell Bartholomew George and John one bed a
    piece Item I gave and bequive unto my Daughters Sarah Elizabeth Tarlisha and
    Lydya all my Live Stock after the Diseesa of My Wife to be Equally Between
    them all and Likewise my house hold furniture after My Wifes disease also

    Dempsey Deanes and James Deanes Executors
    March the 24th 1789 (No Signature, mark, or seal)

    James Davis &
    Charles Pope proved this will

    Then came James Davis and Archelas Howell Before me Justice of the peace for
    Wayne County and made Oath on the Holy Evangelist of Almighty God that the
    above Leageses was given By Daniel Deans dec'd and that he was in his proper
    senses at the same time

    Sworne to Before me James (his X mark) Davis
    John Handley J. P. (signed) Archelaus Howell


    Marriage 1 Elizabeth UNKNOWN b: 1737
    Children
    Dempsey DEANS b: ABT. 1760
    James DEANS b: ABT. 1762
    Elizabeth DEANS b: ABT. 1765
    Daniel DEANS b: ABT. 1767
    Bartley DEANS , Sr. b: ABT. 1775
    George DEANS b: ABT. 1775
    John DEANS b: ABT. 1777
    Sarah DEANS b: ABT. 1779
    Tarlisha DEANS b: ABT. 1781
    Lydia DEANS b: ABT. 1784




    Father: Daniel Deans , Sr. b: 1709 in Hampshire County, West Virginia

    Marriage 1 Sarah Elizabeth (? Pease) b: ABT 1737 in North Carolina
      Children
      1. Has Children Dempsey Deans b: ABT 1760 in Dobbs/Wayne County, North Carolina
      2. Has Children *James Deans b: ABT 1762 in Dobbs/Wayne County, North Carolina
      3. Has No Children Elizabeth Deans b: ABT 1765 in Dobbs/Wayne County, North Carolina
      4. Has Children Daniel Deans III b: ABT 1770 in Dobbs/Wayne County, North Carolina
      5. Has Children George Deans b: ABT 1775 in Goldsboro, Dobbs/Wayne County, North Carolina
      6. Has Children Bartholomew (Bartley) I. Deans , Sr. b: ABT 1776 in Dobbs/Wayne County, North Carolina
      7. Has Children John Deans b: ABT 1777 in Dobbs/Wayne County, North Carolina
      8. Has No Children Sarah Deans b: ABT 1779 in Wayne County, North Carolina
      9. Has No Children Tarlisha Deans b: ABT 1781 in Wayne County, North Carolina
      10. Has Children Lydia Deans b: 7 JAN 1784 in Patetown, Wayne County, North Carolina

      Sources:
      1. Title: DAR Patriot Index, 1990, Vol. 1, page 801.
      2. Title: North Carolina Wills by Olds, page 319, 1925, Will of Daniel (David) Deans, Wayne County, April 1789

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