I have a free account on www.ancestry.com. If you go there and search for your parent, you should find this. I have made a pedigree chart of photos for all of the ancestors whom I have photos for. I tried, where possible to use Senior pictures for my parents, siblings and I as well as my own children. We were all much younger and thinner then! If you click on thepicture below, it will enlarge and you can see it better.
If you've never been to Ancestry, I encourage you to go. They have been and are now free to use up to a point. If you want to get in and actually see the copy of the 1830 census in which you might find your great-great Grandpa's family and get some needed answers to some genealogical question, you must PAY a monthly membership fee. I think it's something like $34.95! It's been frustrating because they do have copies of lots of cool things like ship's manifests and so on. Well, beginning in June-July of this year if you are a regular user of the Church website www.familysearch.org, you can use Ancestry.com's resources for FREE! Furthermore, by special agreement with the LDS Church, ALL members should be able to use Ancestry for free by this December! That is Free From Now On! Forever!
Hastening the work, much?
Thanks to records indexing and the computer age (I'm certain!) there have been a few more generations uncovered. Those Deans! They stuck right to that little Flaunden village for a few centuries!
On the website, click and drag down to the right to see more of your Dean ancestors.
We now end at Francis Dean born in 1708. As you can see, we don't have any other names from that generation, and that's just the Deans! You can click on each of those people above Annie and see how far back that person's line goes and where they came from.
Mainly not too far away, like the neighboring county of Buckinghamshire.