Charles was born in 1783 in Chesterfield, South Carolina, the son of unknown parents.
He died on 11 Jul 1853 in Tallahatchie County, Mississippi.
His wife was Easter Deas. They were married, but the date and place have not been found. Their eight known children were Bryant (1803-1870), Allen (1810-1887), Milton (1811->1860), Eliza (1816->1850), Abe (1821-?), Griffin (1824-1865), Alexander (1825-?) and Charles Jr (1828-?).
Census 1850 Mississippi, Tallahatchie County, dwelling 98
|Death||11 JUL 1853||
Deese-Dees-Deas.pdf Deese Genealogy Glen Deas <email@example.com> Aug 28, 2013.
Ran across your web page this evening. I have been communicating with Dr. William Cullen "Bill" Deese, PhD, a Chemistry Professor at LA Tech University, Ruston, LA. I taught there in the Engineering College back in the 80s, and Bill and I were there together. He is still there. I was always curious if we were related, but did not know anything about my family. I have been doing serious research since 1985 . I think I have tied us together, and wanted to add some more trails for you to explore.
Bill and I are 7th cousins. His lineage is:
"Bill" -> John Henry -> Clifton Josh -> Culpeper Watkins -: Milton . Your info seems to end at Milton. Milton's parents were Easter Dees and Charles Dees. They were first cousins. Easter's father was Simon Dees and Charles' father was Richard Dees . Not sure, but this may explain why so many children of this line died so young. Richard and Simon's father was William Dees. William was a brother of my ancestor James Dees. Their father was Emanuel Dees, emigrant to VA from Scotland.
You have some great family photos that Bill will be excited to see. I will give him the link to your web site, and you may hear from him before long.
Glen Deas West Monroe, LA
|Source:||Census 1850 Mississippi, Tallahatchie County, dwelling 98|