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The great-great-grandson of Captain George Denison returns from the Revolutionary War to the reality that he must move west for fertile soil and his family's future. With 40 of his kin (Gallup, Thompson, Chesebrough and Gardiner descendants), Robert Denison leaves Stonington, Connecticut to settle near Albany, New York and suffer years of turmoil, which ultimately culminate in murder. Rebelling from the repression, the family disperses westward and settles in Canada. Four generations later, after 100 years as farmers in Ontario, the Denisons move to the United States.

By Ray W. Denison

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