Pennsylvania Family Group Sheet for the Henry Munson DEAN Family

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Submitted by: Lee Wallace DEAN, III
Email address: Leew3@aol.com
 

Husband: Henry Munson DEAN
Birthdate: 8 Nov 1836
Birthplace: Canaan, CT
Death date: 6 Jan 1930
Place of death: Davenport, IA
Father: Henry DEAN
Mother: Almira MUNSON

Marriage date: 28 Jun 1866
Marriage place: Philadelphia, PA

Wife: Emma JOHNSON
Birthdate: 18 Mar 1841
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Death date: 10 Apr 1918
Place of death: Muscatine, IA
Father: Samuel JOHNSON
Mother: Sarah WALLACE

CHILDREN

Child No. 1: Harry Johnson DEAN
Sex: M
Birthdate: 10 Feb 1869
Birthplace: Muscatine, IA
Death date: 26 Apr 1911
Place of death: Muscatine, IA
Marriage date: Abt. 1896
Marriage place: Philadelphia, PA
Spouse's name: Frances GORHAM

Child No. 2: Lee Wallace DEAN
Sex: M
Birthdate: 28 March 1873
Birthplace: Muscatine, IA
Death date: 9 Feb 1944
Place of death: Glendale, St. Louis Cty., MO
Marriage date: 29 Dec 1904
Marriage place: Iowa City, IA
Spouse's name: Ella May BAILEY

Child No. 3: Ray Herbert DEAN
Sex: M
Birthdate: 10 Oct 1876
Birthplace: Muscatine, IA
Death date: 12 Apr 1956
Place of death: Washington, IA
Marriage date: Abt. 1924
Marriage place: unknown
Spouse's name: Mary E. UNKNOWN
 

Documentation:
The Munson Family (published genealogy)
Iowa newspaper articles (Harry Johnson DEAN and LW DEAN)
Iowa vital records (LW DEAN marriage and death, his wife's death)
Family records
Henry Munson DEAN served as a volunteer surgeon during the Civil War. He
married in Philadelphia after the War and settled in Muscatine. There is
a biography in the Muscatine Historical Soc. Library.  All three of his
sons were physicians with practices in Iowa.
Lee Wallace DEAN served as Dean of the ISU Medical College, 1912 to 1928,
at which time he resigned and took the position of chief of
Otolaryngology at Washington University Medical School in St. Louis. A
painting of him was presented to the University in Iowa City in 1941 and
was hung at that time in the Student Union.