Note: From information of research of Harriet Morre - USGenWeb Archives. "Frederick Dent left Cumberland at age 21, as the assistant to David Shriver, who located the National Rd. from Cumberland to Wheeling. After spending time as a merchant in Pittsburgh and Louisville, KY, he settled in St. Louis, MO." "The summer residence he established, 10 miles south of St. Louis was called "White Haven" after the family home both in MD. and in England." 1850 - St. Louis, Ward 2, Missouri - dated Aug. 10, 1850 Fred Dent - 60 - gentleman - $15,000 b. MD. Ellen - 56 b. England Lewis - 26 - gentleman Ulysses Grant - 28 - LT Julia " - 23 b. Missouri Fred "- 3 mo. Ellen Dent - 21 Emily Dent - 15 Frederick Dent(s) owns 17 slaves 1860 - Town of Carmdelet, Saint Louis, Missouri Frederick Dent owns 7 slaves (not found on regular census) 1870 - Washington Ward 1, Washington, District of Columbia (The White House) U. S. Grant - 48 - President of U.S. - Ohio Julia D. " - 44 - keeps house - Missouri Nellie W. " - 15 " Jesse R. " - 12 " Frederick Dent - 84 Maryland 1 steward 1 house keeper 1 ladies maid 5 servants
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