Henry Steer

(before 13 July 1831 - before 13 July 1831)
     Henry died before 13 July 1831 in Meerut, India. He was born before 13 July 1831 in Meerut. He was buried on 13 July 1831 in Meerut. He was the son of Lt Col William Frederick Steer and Lucy Gibbs (McDonald).

Guyonne Stuart (Braque)

     Guyonne Stuart (Braque) was the daughter of Bernard Stuart and Guillemette de Boucard.

Captain James Denty

(circa 1738 - 20 April 1790)
     Captain James Denty was born circa 1738.
     Captain James Denty married Lydia Shirtley on 18 July 1784 in St Helena.
     Captain James Denty served in the military Captain, Bengal Army in India.
     Captain James Denty made a will dated 18 March 1790 in Cawnpore, India. His will in part states: In the Name of God Amen
I James Denty Captain in the Service of the Honourable the United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies on the Bengal Establishment... I give to my sons Henry Francis Denty and James Denty in case they shall attain the age of 21 years...£1200 of lawful money of Gt Britain. ...
I give to my natural Son James Denty a Boy about fourteen years now at School at Windlass Hill in Yorkshire when and in case he shall attain his age of twenty one years four hundred pounds of like Money and to my natural Daughter Elizabeth Denty a Girl of about seven years of age now at Mrs Butts Boarding School in South Molton Street near Hanover Square in the County of Middlesex the sum of six hundred pounds of like Money when and in case she shall attain her age of twenty one years those Legacies...
the residue to my legitimate sons Henry Francis Denty and James Denty to be equally divided between them ...

     James died on 20 April 1790 in Cawnpore, Bengal Presidency, India. He was buried on 21 April 1790 in Cawnpore, Bengal Presidency.
     His will was proved on 26 July 1792. An inventory of his estate dated 1792 is available via www.findmypast.com.

Child of Captain James Denty and Mary Fuller

Child of Captain James Denty

Children of Captain James Denty and Lydia Shirtley