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  • Daniel Dennett
    Daniel Clement Dennett III (born March 28, 1942) is an American philosopher, writer, and cognitive scientist whose research centers on the philosophy of mind, philosophy of science, and philosophy of...
  • Peggy Joyce Dennett (1926 - 1973)
    Reference: Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974 - SmartCopy : Feb 26 2016, 22:07:26 UTC * Residence : 1930 - Precinct 2, Wheeler, Texas, USA** Reference: 1930 United States Federal Census - SmartCopy : Feb 26 20...
  • Roger Lee Dennett (1923 - 2012)
    Reference: [undefined Alabama, Deaths, 1908-1974] - SmartCopy : Feb 26 2016, 22:07:26 UTC * Reference: Find A Grave Memorial - SmartCopy : Feb 26 2016, 22:12:48 UTC * Residence : Williamstown, Berkshir...
  • Capt. Thomas Dennett (c.1630 - 1673)
    Information from: The Families of LOU DRAPER & CHARLIE MARTIN of Johnson and Henry Counties, Missouri" by James M McMillen Arlington, Texas Published in .pdf format 13 January 2010 ANN BOOTH WAS BO...
  • <> DENNETT (b. - 1861)

About the Dennett surname


The Dennett name was carried to England during the migrations from France following the Norman conquest in 1066

The Dennett family lived in Sussex. The family was originally from Anet in Normandy and it is from this location that the surname derives.

See Wikipedia Chateau D'Anet

Before English was standardised French, Latin and other languages had an influence on the spelling of names even among the literate.

Other spellings include: DENNET, DENET, DENNET, DENNETTE,

American sources and Surname studies suggest that Hugh d'Anet went from Normandy to Sussex with William the Conqueror, and had large estates settled on him ( including Hurstpierpoint and Woodmancote). There are archive records (3825/D460) of almost 300 title deeds.