John Lemuel Deadman, II

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John Lemuel Deadman, II

Birthdate: (63)
Birthplace: Cavendish, Suffolk, England
Death: Died in Patapsco, Baltimore, Maryland
Place of Burial: Baltimore, Maryland
Immediate Family:

Son of John Lane Deadman and Rachelle Deadman
Husband of Mary Deadman
Father of Thomas Deadman I and John Deadman III
Brother of Margaret Cecilia Deadmon; Elizabeth Katherine Condre'; Matthew Deadman; Mary Anna Deadman; Thomas Allen Deadman and 2 others

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About John Lemuel Deadman, II

John Lemuel Deadman II was born August 19, 1632 in Cavendish, Suffolk, England, and died 1695 in Patapsco, Baltimore, MD. 1674, Came to America.

Parents: John Charles Deadman and Rachelle Condre'.

Marriage 1: He married Mary Unknown 1654 in Norfolk County, England. She was born 1639 in Norfolk County, England, and died 1697 in Patapsco, Baltimore, MD.


Children of John Deadman and Mary Unknown are:

i. John Lemuel9 Deadman III, born Abt. 1654; died Unknown.

ii. Thomas Charles Deadman, born Abt. 1655 in Cavendish, Suffolk, England; died Abt. 1720 in Patapsco, Baltimore, MD.

iii. Henry Deadman, born Abt. 1656 in Cavendish, iv. Edward Deadman, born Abt. 1658 in Cavendish, Suffolk, England; died Unknown.

v. Samuel Deadman, born Abt. 1661 in Cavendish, Suffolk, England; died Unknown.


Notes for John Lemuel Deadman II:

Notes from Jim Dedmon: "The Deadman family adventure began in London, England on the year 1674. John II. and his two sons, John III and Thomas boarded the Good Ship Charles captained by Bentony Eaton, destination----AMERICA.

The ship and our ancestors arrived at the Baltimore, Maryland port in the Chesapeake Bay in the same year of their embarkation. The Deadman family settled in a small Maryland township, which is today still called Patapsco. It is located about 20 miles northwest of Baltimore. They lived in Patapsco for approximately 100 years. The Deadman's were Tories, loyal to the king of England.

In 1765, the patriots confiscated the Deadman's property because they refused to pledge allegiance to the newly formed government. Twenty-six Tory families migrated to Rowan County, North Carolina. There is a Deadman family cemetery at the fork of the Yadkin River in North Carolina. And, there are volumes of our historical documents in the Rowan County Library at Salisbury. "

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John Lemuel Deadman, II's Timeline

August 19, 1632
Cavendish, Suffolk, England
Age 18
Cavendish, Suffolk, England
Age 62
Patapsco, Baltimore, Maryland
Baltimore, Maryland