In the 1900 US Federal Census for Monroe, Jefferson, Indiana, 57-year-old Indiana-born farmer John and his 53-year-old Indiana-born wife Victoria [King] Denney [sic] have been married 34 years and have had 5 children [sic I have found 6 from the 1880 and 1900 census], all five are living. The three Indiana-born children who are living with them are 17-year-old Frank M and the 13-year-old twins, Fred A and Virnie [sic] R. These children have attended school 6 months of the past year. The family is living on a farm that John owns, free of mortgage. Everyone can read, write and speak English. John's parents were born in Kentucky, Victoria's parents in Germany and the children's parents in Indiana. 0n 5 Jun 1917, when 30-year-old self-employed physician Fred C Denny registers for the WWI draft, he states that he is living on Fourth Street between Madison and Jefferson in Madison, Jefferson, Indiana, that he was born on 15 Nov 1886 in Jefferson County, Indiana and therefore is a natural-born citizen. He is employed in Madison, Jefferson, Indiana and is married with a wife and two children. He has had no military experience. His description is short, slender with light blue eyes and light brown hair. He is slightly bald. He has no physical disabilities that would disqualify him for service in the military. In the 1920 US Federal Census for Madison, Jefferson, Indiana, 33-year-old Indiana-born physician Fred and his 30-year-old Indiana-born wife Marion [Wykoff] Denny have in their household their Indiana-born children, 6-year-old Dorthy [sic], 4-year 7-month old George and 2-year 6-month old Margery [sic]. The family is living at 411 Fourth Street in a house that Fred owns, but with a mortgage. None of the children have attended school in the past year. Fred and Marion can read write and speak English. Everyone's parents were born in Indiana. In 1925, Fred C Denny was a Major in the 150 FA Regiment, Medical Dept Detatchment-Madison. In the 1930 US Federal Census for Madison, Jefferson, Indiana, 43-year-old Indiana-born Frederic and his 40-year-old Indiana-born wife Marion [Wykoff] Denny were married when he was 25- and she was 23-years old [abt 1912]. They have in their household their Indiana-born children, 16-year-old Dorothy, 14-year-old George and 12-year-old Marjorie. All the children have attended school in the past year. The family is living in a house at 207 Jefferson Street that Frederic owns with $3,500. They have a radio. Frederic is a physician in a clinic and has worked on the last regularly scheduled work day. He served in WWI. Frederick's father was born in Kentucky [sic] and his mother in Indiana. Everyone else's parents were born in Indiana. In the 1940 US Federal Census for Greensburg, Decatur, Indiana,53-year-old Indiana-born Fred C Denny and his 50-year-old Indiana-born wife Marion [Wykoff] Denny have in their household their youngest daughter, 22-year-old Indiana-born Marjorie. the family is living in a rented house, for which Fred pays $45 a month. They were living in Madison, Jefferson, Indiana in 1935. Fred has completed four years of college. Marion has completed the eighth grade. Marjorie has completed high school. Fred is a doctor in private practice who has worked 50 hours in the past week. He has earned no wages nor salary, but has another source of income. Marion is a housewife who is not seeking work. She has earned no wages nor salary and does not have another source of income. Marjorie was employed 5 weeks of the past year as a stenographer in an attorney's office, has been unemployed 36 weeks and is seeking work. She earned $60 in wages or salary. She has no other source of income. On 27 Apr 1942, when 55-year-old self employed Fred C Denny registers for the WWII Draft, he is living at 610 West Main, Madison, Jefferson, Indiana and his mailing address is the same. His phone number is Madison 2961. He was born on 15 Nov 1886 in Jefferson County, Indiana. The person who will always know his whereabouts is his wife Marion Denny of the Main Street address. This is also the address of his place of work [what he does for a living is never stated]. His description is white, 5 feet 6 inches, 160 pounds with blue eyes, gray hair and a light complexion. He has no other obvious physical characteristics which will help in identification. Indiana, Death Certificates, 18992011, Indiana State Board of Health, Medical Certificate of Death No. 57-032744 records that Fred Denny [transcribed as Fenny] died at King's Daughters' Hospital, Madison, Jefferson, Indiana on 19 Oct 1957 of myocardial decomponsation from coronary artery disease of 8 years duration, contributary cause arteriosclerotic kidney disease with uremia. He was male, white, married, and a retired doctor who had served in WWI. His residence was 610 West Main St. Madison, Indiana. His father's name was John Denny and his mother's name Victoria King. The informant was Fred's wife, Mrs. Marion Denny of 610 West Main St. Madison, Indiana. Burial was at Springdale Cemetery, Madison, Indiana [sic] on 22 Oct 1984, Geo. C. Vail & Sons, Funeral Director.