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Compiled by Sue N. Haschemeyer 
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-MARY- only-
in no special order

  m. John DUNNUCK 1742 (DUMOCK)
  John & Mary are thought to be the parents of John 1747
  John and Mary were both inmates at England's famous Newgate prison and were transported to America where they were indentured for a period of time.
Mary (CLOSE) DUNACK (see John Dunack)
  m. John DUNACK in MD 1783
  d/o Joshua and Margarett (GRIFFITH) DUNNUCK
  b. 16 November 1837-- 3 miles from Chillicothe, Ross county, OH - died 23 February 1845 in OH in OH.
  b. 11 April 1914
  Issued: MI (1963) North Palm Beach, Palm Beach Co., FL 33408
  d. 27 December 1987
  Source SSDI
  d/o Jas and Mary Dunnuck
  b. 9 Nov. 1909 St Louis, MO
get obit. Obit publ July 11, 1941 in the "Columbus Dispatch" (Ohio) Page: 6 A
  b. 29 October 1921
  of Sturgis, MI
  b. August 14, 1843. Her parents were Dr. MOSES and Mary Atwood MOSES. I wonder if Mary was born before her mother's marriage to Dr. MOSES
  d. May 6, 1904 Buried Washington City Cemetery, Washington twp, Washington Co. KS. Block 4, Lot 21.
   She is the second wife of George Faith DUNNUCK. He wed Mary ATWOOD 24 July,1881. See George Faith DUNNUCK.
When she was twelve years of age her parents moved to Montezuma, Ia., and
in 1877, they again moved, to Washington county, Kansas. She was united in
marriage to Geo. DUNNUCK, July 24, 1881. Her death occurred Saturday, May 6, at
the family residence in the south part of town.
  Source: obituary published in the Washington Register (Washington Co. KS) May 12, 1904. Donated to to usgenweb.KS by Jim Laird August, 2007.
  d/o Abraham C. and Margaret (SHEEHY) DUNNUCK
  b. 25 October 1910 probably of Chicago
  d. December 1984 Mountain Home, Baxter County, AR
  SS card issued in IL
  + Alfred "Al" BORKSTROM
  SSDI has Alfred Borkstrom b. 13 January 1905, d. November 1983 Mountain Home, Baxer Co. AR. SS card issued in IL
  Children: C.B.(son), R.B.(son), P.B.(daughter) and B.B.(daughter)
  SSDI // and granddaughter
Mary (MILLER) DUNNUCK (see John Meyers DUNNUCK)
  b. April 11, 1914
  m. John Meyers DUNNUCK (b. 1910)
  she d. 27 December 1987
  Born 14 January 1945
  SS card Issued: IN (1959 And 1960)
  Died October 1970
Mary DUNNOCK (b. OH circa 1834)
  Daughter of: I believe Mary to be the daughter of Luke and Elizabeth (Swope) DUNNUCK. Luke's descendancy chart Luke and Elizabeth had a daughter, Mary, who was a minor when her parents died in 1845 & 1846. Her brother Newton came to Illinois with members of Thomas' family.
  listed in 1850 Sangamon Co., IL census as Mary "Dumock", age 16, born in OH living with Ruth DUNNUCK and Ruth's husband Abraham CROSS. Mary, who was born in OH would have been b. about 1834. She appears to still be in the Cross household in 1855 (Census lists 3 adults). Ruth's brothers were all wed after 1834.
Just to confuse Of interest: Mary's brother Newton b. 1830/31 was indentured (in OH 1846) to a David Davis who was born ca 1802 in PA. In the Sangamon County, IL census of 1860, a Mary Davis b. VA, age 48 is living with the Ruth (Dunnuck) Cross family, as is Ruth's niece, Betsy King; but Mary Dunnuck is missing. Then a Ruth Dunnuck, b. IL about 1859, daughter of Elisha & Mary (King) Dunnuck, married a David Mills Davis, who was born in. IL in 1856. They wed in Kansas in 1885. David and Ruth named a daughter Mary. Wonder if there is a Davis connection between all these?
  A Mary Dumock lived with the CROSS family - her age was listed as 16 - Who are the parents of this 16 year old? b. ca 1834 I believe this to be the daughter of LUKE. Her brother NEWTON is also in the area with another from Thomas' family
  Source: (1850 Sangamon Co. IL census)
  I believe her to be the orphaned daughter of LUKE. But she also might be the daughter of Joshua and Margarett.who also lived at the time in Sangamon Co., IL. Their daughter Mary is said to have died young ??....and I have never found a record of her. If she is Joshua's, Ruth (Dunn*ck) CROSS is her aunt. If she is Luke's, they are cousins.
  + William GREEN 30 September 1855 in Pickaway County Ohio
source: Probate records Pickaway Co. OH online at the Ohio History Network.
  Child: Hattie GREEN b. 1860 in Columbus, OH
+ #1 Thomas SANDERS on 2 March 1892 in Christian Co., IL and
+ #2 William Henry NORMAN 4 April 1925 in Decatur, Macon, Co., IL.
..............William was b. 25 June 1950 in Hillsboro, Montgomery Co., IL (must be 1850)

Source: rootsweb unsupported henrijay48(a)
????????????? I am missing a couple Mary's that lived in Eastern Sangamon Co. IL and Luke also lived in the Decatur area of IL area. One is Mary the daughter of Newton b. ca 1857 & the other is Newton's sister Mary born about 1834. They were the children of Luke and his wife Elizabeth. Their parents died by 1845 and they were indentured in Pickaway Co. OH in January of 1947. Newton came to IL in around 1850 with his Uncle Joshua Dunnuck. See Mary below (RED)
Mary (BELONG) DUNNICK (see Benjamin M. DUNNICK)
  2nd wife of Benjamin Monroe DUNNICK
  (1864-1941) (Mother of Cleona, Whipple R. and Fremont.)
Mary Ruffina (BROBST) DUNNICK (see Benj. M. DUNNICK)
  1st wife of Benjamin Monroe DUNNICK
  d/o David & Leah (CULP) BROBST
   Inscription: on Tombstone at Marcy Cemetery, Picakaway Co., OH wife of B. M. Dunnuck; aged 20y.7m.4d. d. 18 August 1878 Mary R.
  b. circa 1873
  Lived in Pella, IA
 m./d. same date
Find source and Check this ???
d. 20 June 20 1894
  m. Lane VAN GORP, 20 June 1894, s/o Fran Van GROP and Cora Van PELT

b. 20 August 1862 Pella, Marion Co. IA ( has 1861 ??)


d. 19 July 1910, Pella, Marion Co. IA

Mary Ann (nee: ??) DUNNUCK
  d/o Father from Ireland. Mother from Ireland
  b. circa 1845 in RI (age 35 in 1880 census)
  + listed as married in census, but no husband is listed in home. He is born in IRE.
  Children: Thomas 17, b. RI circa 1863 // Emma Francis age 14 b. RI // John Norman age 12, born in RI // Ann Elizabeth, age 9 born NJ // Robert age 4 b. circa 1876 in RI
  Emma is working in a screw factory. Thomas a clerk in a paper store. John is a Peddler, and the mother Mary works in the Cotton Mill.
  Source 1880 census for Providence, Providence County RI NA 79-1211, page 7A
Mary Belle DUNNUCK
  d/o Nicholas & Margaret (MANTLE) DUNNUCK
  b. circa 1846 in Fairfield Co. OH
  d. young
  Source: Xerox of several pages - the work of Louesa Keys // LDS index.
  b. 9 October 1898 in New Jersey
  d. 23 October 1981 - Cleveland, Cuyahoga County
  married - surviving.
  Residence: Ashtabula, Ashtabula County (see Paul husband????) Also see Isabel also of Ashtabula - daughter??? Check census.
  Death Certificate: 071760 Volume: 24593
Mary C. DUNNUCK (see Clifford DUNNUCK) This might be Mary Maxine FREYE
  b. 27 December 1907 in KS
  d. 13 September 1974 in Contra Co., CA
  SSDI has a Mary b. Dec. 27, 1907, died Sept. 1974 in CA, and SS card issued in CO.
Mary Catherine DUNNICK See Mary Katherine
Mary Cecilia DUNNUCK
  d. April 12, 1936, age 28 Buried Mt. Calvary Cemetery
  b. circa 1908
  Records from Atchison Kansas Library. (on-line)
Mary Elizabeth "Elizabeth" DUNNUCK
  d/o John & Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK of Baltimore, MD
  b. 1805 -- d. 5 November 1838
  m. Josias SLADE 30 January 1830, Baltimore Co., MD
  s/o Abraham and Ann (MUTCHENER/MUTCHNER) SLADE
   Josias b. 15 December 1796 -d. 6 January 1832
  Source: Will of John DUNNUCK- calls her "Elizabeth" in 1819.// Will of Catherine DUNNUCK calls her "Elizabeth" in 1834-// 1st Maryland Families "Slade" by Wally Garchow based on material prepared by John Pearce who died in 1998. see wally(a) // Owen Kardatzke(a) (Pickles Front page) calls her "Elizabeth" otherwise info is same.
Mary Elizabeth DUNNICK
  d/o Emmanuel & Sarah (LANDIS) DUNNUCK (OCK)
  b. 4 September 1849 in OH
  m. George W. PETERS 7 October 1875, Fairfield Co., Ohio.
(This George W. is not the son of Elizabeth Dunnick and William G. Peters - That George wed a Henrietta Shaw)

known children: Samuel C. Peters (wife Rachel) - Lancaster, OH

  d. 21 January 1899
  Source: 1870 Amanda township, Fairfield Co. OH lists Mary as 20 years old and she is still living at home with her parents. Spelled "Dunnuck" // The Shallenberger Lineage by Virginia Carpenter Jensen and George Jensen Jr. (e-mail gjansen(a) // Probate court Records have marriage as Oct. 7th // an LDS Patron Sheet (LDS) has Oct. 6th)
Mary Elizabeth DUNNICK
  d/o Charles & Elizabeth (LIEB) DUNNICK of Fawn township. York Co. PA
  b. 19 January 1865
  (Mrs. William SANNER) lived in Perryman, MD also lived in 1922 in Alberdeen, MD
  Source Family History Query board.
  1880 Census for Hopewell, York Co. PA, age 15 living with parents
  SANNER - 2nd marriage - see below.??
  By John E. Gable History of Cambria County, Volume 2 page 971
Historical Publ Co., Topeka KS, & Indianapolis, IN 1926
Mary Elizabeth DUNNICK
  m. George John HAMMERBACKER (license. applied for 1/26/1887) in York County, PA
  Source: Marriage index - York County PA Archives / Archives (a)
Mary Elizabeth DUNNICK
  d/o John H. and Suzannah E. (HILD) DUNNICK
  b. about 1908 in PA Source: 1910 Census for York Co., PA
  b. September 9, 1907
  d. November 13, 1967
  + Paul Rehmeyer
  1 children
   Records of Mary's sister Wilma
  d/o Jesse P. and Waneta J. (MURPHY) FEDERSPILE.
  w/o (withheld) DUNNUCK
  b. 16 November 1949 in Fort Wayne, IN to Jesse P. and Waneta J. (MURPHY) FEDERSPILE
  d. 26 August 2004 at her residence. Nurse at Bluffton Regional Medical Center (IN) for 27 years. buried Oak Lawn Cemetery Section 15, Lot 64, space 5 (of Ossian, IN)
  Survived by a son JLD, daughter D.D. and seven grandchildren.
Also survived by a brother and sister
Mary "Elsie" (MAPES) DUNNUCK See Elsie & Clarence
  + Thomas J. MORAN on 15 December 1919 Miami Co. IN, (Marriage index)
  former wife of E. Clarence DUNNICK, Mother of Elvin who remained with the father?
Mary Ella/Ellen DUNNICK
  d/o I believe this to be the older daughter of Newton and Martha DUNNICK
  Link to Luke's descendancy chart. Click here
  b. 1857/1858. The 1875 Kansas Agricultural Census for Franklin Co. KS. Mary E. age 18 is in the home of N and Martha J. DUNNUCK. Caution here: Mary E. (Mary Elizabeth "Molly" Mrs. Jones) age 13 (b. ca 1862) is in the home of E. (Elisha) and Margaret DUNNUCK. Also in the home of N & Martha is 3 year old Effie who was raised by Elisha, after the death of Newton..
  N. in the 1875 census is Newton Dunnuck.
  d. 1917 Bur. Richmond Cemetery, Franklin Co. KS
  m. Peter I. McECHRON m. 7 September 1875, in Anderson Co., KS.
( She was 18, he was 23) Link to Peter's McECHRON Obit. click here  Peter's ancestors spelled the surname McEachron.

b. 16 March 1852


d. 21 October 1936 buried Richmond Cemetery, Franklin Co., KS (of Lane, KS)

  Peter, Various sources have P.I., P.J. and P.D.

Naomi - no dates is buried in the same cemetery - but I don't know if she is related or not.

  Census: 1880 Franklin County, KS. -- P. J. McEchron b. NY/NY/NY age 28.Farmer, Wife Ellen M. age 23 b IL/OH/OH sons: James Newton age 3 and William E. age 1 both born in Kansas.
  1900 Census for Richmond, Franklin County Kansas: Peter I. age 48, NY/NY/NY, wife Mary E. b. IL/OH/OH, age 43. b. April 1857, wed 24 years - 6 children, all living. Children living at home are: Esther M. b. March 1882, Sarah E. b. September 1884, Mary A. born May 1885, and John R. b. September 1888...children all born in Kansas.
  1910 Census Richmond township., Franklin County, Kansas. Peter I. age 58 NY/NY/NY farmer, wife Mary E. age 52 b. IL/OH/OH and son John R. age 22 b. KS/NY/IL. Mary lists 6 children, 5 living. (son - James died 22 Nov. 1902 - buried Richmond Cemetery)
  1917 Mary Ella (Dunnick) McEchron buried Richmond Cemetery in Franklin Co., KS
  1930 census for Richmond, Franklin Co. KS has farmer Peter I. McEchron, age 78 living alone.
  1936 - October 21 -- Peter I. McEchron buried Richmond Cemetery, Franklin Co. KS.
  Source: Richmond Cemetery, Franklin Co. KS
  Census records
  In the will of Elisha DUNN*CK of Kansas, P.I (J). McEchron made a claim which was disallowed. Mary Ella was not listed as an heir.// marriage LDS film #1516332
  d/o Charles B. and Alma A. (Van Slyke) DUNNICK
  b. about 1901 in Kansas
  Sources: 1905 census for McCune, Crawford Co. KS original page 278. bottom of page and the 1910 census for North Milton, Umatilla Co. OR
  (I really don't think this is a misspelled Dunnuck - there is a Dimmock family)

I include it for two reasons - the year of birth is the same of Mary Ella who was born in IL, and Toothaker name is tied in elsewhere with the DUNNUCK family
  m. George Hanson TOOTHAKER - she was his 2nd wife - after 1868. He lived in Cook .and Henry IL
  b. Oct. 1858 in Illinois
  They had three children Raymond A. William and George
Mary Erba "Erba" DUNNUCK
  d/o Charles & Dora (MILLER) DUNNUCK
  b. 6 January 1893, Prairie township, Kosciusko Co., IN
  d. 7 December 1941 Etna Green, IN
  m. Clarence Otto BRYER, on 18 September 1915 at Atwood, IN
  Atwood United Brethren Church // lived 1 mile east of Etna Green, IN
  Child: Carl F. BRYER (1916-1981) /// Carl & his wife, Lucille GOSHERT, had 4 married daughters - probably. living
  Source: Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage index W:147 /// and Book 1, Vol. 2, page 196 /// Carl & Lucille's children from SMD // Steve Hartman
 Mary "Florence" DUNNUCK -- see "Florence"
  d/o George and Harriett (Fullenwider) DUNNUCK
  1st Wife of William Jasper DUNNUCK
Mary (DILSAVER) DUNNUCK -- b 1818-1898
  See Elisha DUNNUCK - 2nd wife of
  d/o Thomas and Eleanor (GORSUCH) DUNNICK
  b. 8 September 1817 in OH (1850 census has her b. in MD - but father is living in OH in 1810 & 1815)
  m. Thomas NOLAN 19 May 1842, Ross Co., OH (farmer) Source: a transcription of the probate records from Ross County, also a copy of records of Louesa Keys which has her marriage as "1842" Source: Ross Co., OH. Marriage index (1789-1850)

b. about 1806 in OH (source: 1850 census Sangamon Co. IL) (b. VA 1860 Logan Co. IL census Roll: M653_200; Page: 268; Image: 269.)

  Children: Randolph NOLAN, Thomas NOLAN b. circa 1843, Eleanor Gorsuch NOLAN b. circa 1844, and Dr. Emanuel C. NOLAN b. 1853, and Joshua NOLAN
(Randolph not listed in 1850 census presumed deceased)
  1850 census has Mary's sister Elizabeth age 30 b. OH ( two years younger than Mary) living with them-.Sangamon Co. IL
Roll: M432_127; Page: 270; Image: 546.- image #293 (spelled Noland)
  1860 census "NOLON" Lincoln, Logan County, IL Roll: M653_200; Page: 268; Image: 269.
Thomas age 43 b. VA, Mary 42 b. OH, Thomas 16 b. OH, Eleanor 15 b. OH, Joshua 8 b. IL, Emanuel age 6 b. IL. Thomas is a farmer and has 3 hired hands living with them.
  1870 Census - Corwin township, Logan County, IL - Post Office Middletown -Roll: M593_248; Page: 32; Image: 65. Thomas was a farmer, age 63, b. OH. Rebecca - age 47 b. VA. Sons: John 18 b. IL, Emanuel age 16 b. IL
Also check biblio. info on v. 26 page 425 VA magazine of History . Bio. IL State Libr.1908 ed. Sources: // 1850 Sangamon Co. IL Federal Census (living near her brother Joshua) Spelled NOLAND in census. Reel No. M432-127, page 270B by Jno. E. Anderson, August 15, 1850.// Xeroxed page of the Gorsuch / Dunnuck Family - by Louesa Keys, 1834.
 or 1918 - author not listed in v26 - a continued article.
Mary Nolan (KING) DUNNUCK b. 1825
  wife of Elisha DUNNUCK (see Elisha)
Mary "Molly/ Mollie" Elizabeth DUNN*CK
  d/o Elisha and Mary (King) DUNNOCK
  b. about 1861 ( Mrs. John JONES)
b. about 1862 (per 1880 census)
  Living in 1892, age 32, KS
  m. John Jones
  John Jones settled in Illinois. With his brother-in-law, Hayes Cox. "Big" Uncle John and a third party, Mr. Shoup, went into the concrete block business in Lincoln, IL. Source: grandson of Pearl Cox, David Salyers
  Children: none
  Source: Xeroxed sheets of work done by Louesa J. Keys ca 1934 (Louesa born 1875) //Will of Elisha
  d/o Daughter of Benjamin T. and Minerva (Ashbrook) DUNNICK
  b. 2 December 1852 in OH/OH/OH
* b. December 1951 , age 48 in OH (per 1900 census)
living, age 58 in 1910 census - (don't find in 1920)
  m. Thomas Sylvanus SOLT - 2 March 1871 Pickaway Co., OH.

b. 2 September 1846 OH/PA/OH


* b. September 1847 in OH - age 52 (per 1900 census)


b. 1852 (58 in 1910 Census) (don't find in 1920 census)

  Thomas was a carpenter.
  Source 1880 census - living in Walnut Township, Pickaway County, OH (farmer)
Children were Minnie F.- 8, Permelia A- 5, Benjamin C.- 2, Bruce T - 1 month.
Family History Film: 1255058; Page: 435C; Enumeration District: 221; Image: 0084.
  1900 census for the city of Columbus, ward 19, Montgomery township., Franklin County, OH.
7 Children, all living in 1900: Married 28 years. Thomas b. September 1847, age 52, and Mary b. December 1851, age 48.
Children: Benjamin C. b. July 1878, age 21 // Bruce T. or J b. May 1880, age 20 // Leonard b. November 1886, age 13 // Fanny (Frances) b. January 1890, age 10 // , and Ross b. April 1895 age 5 . Solt Descendancy chart

[ oldest two girls were not at home. They were Permelia (Millie) A. is married & Minnie Florence (or Linnie- is deceased),]
  Source: 1910 - 3rd ward, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH Census. Married 39 years, 8 children, 6 living. Frances and Ross Dunnick SOLT both living at home with Thomas & Mary. (Linnie is died 1875 & Bruce d. in 1906)
  In 1900, cousin, Alice W. DUNNICK, b. April 1850 was living with them
  misc. note: Ameila Dunnuck Steward's son, Charles, m. a Carrie SOLT
in Circleville,OH in 1954.
  d/o Emanuel and Sarah (LANDERS) DUNNICK who wed March 5, 1840 in Fairfield Co. Ohio.
  b. after March 1840
  b. 4 September 1849 - per an undocumented, unnamed source
Mary E. (HAMMEL) DUNNICK (2nd wife of)
  w/o Henton Monroe DUNNICK (see Henton Monroe)
  d. 12 October 1916 Franklin Co. OH
  Source: OH Vital Records - Volume 2065, death Certificate 61394 (OH Historical Society)
Mary "Florence" DUNNUCK (see Florence)
  d/o George and Harriet "Hattie" (Fullenwilder) DUNN*CK
  w/o Frank Wunderle
  Born 27 December 1907
  Issued: CO (Before 1951)
  Died September 1974 Pinole, Contra Costa, CA 94564
  Source: SSDI
Mary C. (nee FINLEY) DUNNICK (see Thomas J.)
  w/o Thomas J. DUNNUCK who was b. 1910 and living in Wells Co. IN.
  b. 29 January 1916, daughter of Herman E. and Anna C. (BRANDT) FINLEY. She was probably born in Huntington, IN.
  d. May 1985 Bluffton, Wells Co., IN. Buried St. Paul Cemetery
Obit published May 14, 1985 in the News Banner page 3, col. 1.
  Mary's siblings were Anna Mae-Mrs. Russell D. Richardson b. 1918, Mrs. Garnet Reifert, Mrs. Betty Fox, Ralph Finley, William Finley, and Russell Finley, all who preceeded her in death.
Mary Jane DUNNUCK (Twin)
  d/o John W. and Henrietta (SCOTT) DUNNUCK
  b. (b. August 17 per Obit) b. August 27, 1839, Kosciusko Co., IN- per bible pages
(but SEE birth data on HER TWIN SISTER Phebe)
  d. The tombstone dates for Mary J. are 1839 - 1912
Newspaper has: August 17, 1839 - Oct. 22, 1912, age 73 y, 1 m, 15 d., but the Newspaper was dated Oct. 17 !

But, her twin sister's obituary gives her birth date as August 18th. (That's possible)

Dunnuck Family Bible has b. Aug. 27, 1839 for both Mary and Phebe. The handwriting would lead me to believe the children's births were all recorded at one time by one person, (I believe by Henrietta) sometime after 1861 since all the children's births are listed, including Lyman in 1861.

Twin Phebe's tombstone has d. 2 March 1915, Burket, IN (75 years 6 months 14 days.) This would place her birth as August 18,1838.

Phebe's obit lists her birth as August 18, 1839, died 2 March 1915, age 75y, 6m, 14d. This fits. So I believe Mary was also born the 17 or 18th.
  Mary Jane and John ROMAINE are buried in the Palestine Cemetery in Kosciusko Co., IN. with Mary E. Romaine, who I believe to be John's sister. Mary's tombstone
  m. John W. ROMINE on 15 August 1857, Kosciusko Co., IN. John was the son of Thomas and Susan Romine/Romaine. (siblings include Mary E. and Marcus)
  John age 23 in 1860 Census, 34 in 1870 ( i.e. born 1836 / 1837)
His tombstone at the Palestine Cemetery is 1936-1916
  Children: Emma E. b. December 6, 1857, Hollis b. about 1861, and Etta b. about 1864 (all living in 1912)
  1870 Census, John Romaine age 34, Farmer// Mary J. age 32, // Emma age 12 // Hollis age 9 // Etta age 6 // and Mary E. 27 (wonder who Mary E is - see above)
  1900 census Laketown, Allegan, MI - Married 41 years. "Married in 1849" 3 children, all living
  Methodist Episcopal Church
  Source: Geographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago, IL , Published 1887, Pages 449-50, Kosciusko Co., IN Marriage index (DUNICK) Book B, page 35. Loose record page found in the Benjamin DUNNUCK family Bible dated 1929 // Obituary: in the Tri County Gazette, Mentone, IN published Thursday, October 17, 1912 - same obituary in the Warsaw paper./// obviously these sources don't all agree.// 1850, 1860 & 1870 Kosciusko Co. IN Census data.
Mary Jane DUNNUCK Hogerty
  d/o Everette E. and Katherine (LUNDAY) DUNNUCK
  b. 17 April 1918 at Marysville, KS
  d. 28 April 2004 at the age of 86 in Lindsborg, KS. She is buried at Calvary Cemetery, Kansas City, Missouri.
  Student at Paseo High School 1933 Kansas City, Missouri. pictured on yearbook page 25
  + John J. "Jack" HOGERTY at Kansas City, MO. 25 April 1940 in Jackson Co. MO. They were both 22 when they wed. Catholic Priest, St. Elizabeth's Church.
  "Jack" died in 1977
  They resided in Kansas City, MO - she was a homemaker.
(also lived Harrisonville, MO at one time)
  Resided in Lindsborg from 1986 until her death.
  They had three children: Mrs. K.A.(H.) T. and Mrs. S.(H.)W., and a son Michael who died before April 2004. At her death she also had 10 grandchildren and six great-grandchildren.
  Her obituary was published in the Hutchinson (KS) News, Saturday, May 1, 2004.
Also published in the Kansas City Star May 1, 2004 // Marriage License - Jackson Co, MO.
Mary Jane (JEFFORDS) DUNNICK (see following)
  b. 1 May 1930 in Corey, PA
  Two sons
Mary Jane DUNNICK (see above)
  + James P. DUNNICK
  b. 1 May 1931
  d. age 56 on 2 August 1987 in Osceola County, FL.
   Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee, FL.
Obit publ. August 4, 1987
MARY JANE DUNNICK, 56, 2100 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee, died Sunday. Born in Jefferson, Ohio, she moved to Kissimmee from Ashtabula, Ohio, in 1978. She was a salesperson for Avon and a Protestant. She was a member of St. Cloud Chapter No. 46, Order of the Eastern Star and a Past Worthy Matron of Sunshine Chapter No. 89, Order of the Eastern Star, Jefferson. Survivors: husband, James P.; daughter, Katrinka Kume, Ashtabula; sons, Richard, Dallas, Texas, James, Rockville, Md.; four grandchildren.
Mary Irene DUNNUCK See "Rena" and "Irena" (also following Mary J.)
Irena Rena DUNNUCK
  Henry Bell & Phebe (EVANS) DUNNUCK
   b. 29 April 1859 Kosciusko Co., IN
  d. 15 June 1907 Kosciusko Co., IN (ill for several months, age 48, funeral at Palestine, IN)
tombstone has J. H. Hartman m. Harmon HARTMAN, on 4 June 1880
  b. 1855, s/o Joseph & Catherine HARTMAN
death date doesn't fit? April 26, 1932 d. January 4, 1880 Kosciusko Co., IN
  Child: Edna Mary HARTMAN b. around 1880, died 14 December 1952 in Tampa, FL. (buried Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, IN)
she wed 3 December 1903 to Edison Lynn in Burkert, IN Children: Leonard - b. 1904-1976 // Fred 1908-1942// Clyde 1911-1986 and Dale 1914-1993
  Source: Henry and Phoebe DUNNUCK's family bible, transcribed by Mrs. Joseph (Frances) Dunnuck in about the 1970's // LDS ancestral file submitted by Shirley Cunningham of Fort Wayne, IN // Kosciusko County IN Marriage index book F, page 230. // Steve Hartman // Obituary published June 20th 1907 in the Tri-County Gazette, Mentone, IN. // Kosciusko County Cemetery records - Volume V, page 73
Mary J. DUNNUCK b. 1859 (See entry above)
  d/o Henry Bell & Phebe (EVANS) DUNNUCK
  I believe the " J". listed in the 1860 census is an " I "
  b. about 1859 in IN
  d. between 1906-1918
  Living in the home of her grandfather Samuel DUNNUCK and so was Phebe, age 21, but Henry was not listed in the household in the 1860 census.
  Source:  1860 Census (see above)
Mary Josephine DUNNUCK (see Mary Ann above)
  d/o Mr. ____ and Mary Ann (nee:---) DUNNUCK
  b. ca 1861 in RI
  at age 19 working in a cotton mill
  her father was born in Ireland and mother in RI
  Source 1880 census for Providence, RI (LDS film)
Mary Iva DUNNUCK (Known as Iva DUNNUCK info listed under Iva)
  d/o Henton M. and Sarah E. (BROBST) DUNNUCK
  b. 19 June 1876, Pickaway Co., OH. - Living 1950
  Source: Birth Records Pickaway Co., OH probate court.
Mary Jane (HARDIN) DUNNICK (Mrs. Thomas Oliver DUNNICK) See Thomas
Mary Katherine DUNNICK
get Obit published "Columbus Dispatch" on: Tuesday, May 26, 1942 Page: 6 A
  w/o Merle M. DUNNUCK
d/o Ralph E. and Nina E. (KESSLER) LOGAN
  b. 20 October 1920 (SS index has her born Oct. 18, 1920)
  d. 13 December 1999, Elkhart, Elkhart Co., IN -- formerly of Goshen
  children: 1 Daughter
  Source: Obituary published December 15, 1999 Elkhart Truth, Sec. A6.
From: Elkhart Public Library, Reference Services-Genealogy, 300 South 2nd St. Elkhart, IL 46516 // Obituary South Bend Tribune, published December 15, 1999
  wife of Paul A. DUNNICK // daughter of Andrew and Anna (PARIS) KOHUT (see Paul)
   b. 13 May 1895 Ashtabula. Ohio
  d. Feb. 1, 1949 Ashtabula, Ashtabula, Ohio
  Wife of Marinus Koman
  b. 1862 -- d. Feb. 25, 1947
  Laurel Grove Memorial Park , Totowa, Passaic County, New Jersey
Plot: Lot 164 Section 1
Mary Margaret DUNNUCK (twin)
  d/o John David (b. 1814) & Catherine (Leazenby) Dunnuck
  b. 18 June 1848 (twin to Emily) see 1850 Kosciusko Co., IN census, Van Buren township census
  d. 22 October 1870 she is buried in the Dunnuck Cemetery in Spence, Kansas.
  descendancy chart
   + Mr.William SHELDON (per Mary's father's will)
William born in Pittsfield twp, Lorain county OH
  Children: Anna Belle/ "Annabell b. around 1867 and Richard Edward born 1868
each received $100.00 in Grandfather John Dunnuck's will."
Lived with Dunnuck grandparents from 1870 to about 1874/75 (grandpa died April 1876)
1910 census has Richard in Lorain county, OH.
  .Biography of son, Richard Edward Sheldon.
  Sources: 1850 Kosciusko Co. IN Census // John DUNNUCK's will shared with us by Larry & Patricia SPARKS // death records from Bonnie, shared with us by her sister, Shirley Gossick.
Mary Magdaline DUNNICK
  d/o Edward Arnold and Hazel Clara (PEERY) DUNNICK
  b. 3 August 1918 Reasnor, IA
  d. 28 January 1988 Des Moines, IA. Buried: St. Andrew's Lutheran, Galesburg, IA
  (SSDI has her d. October 1878 - of Reasner, Jasper Co. IA)
  m. Lawrence Cecil McReynolds 20 August 1941 in MO, son of Clarence and Ruby of Knox County, MO.

b. 23 November 1815, Lewis Co. MO


d. 19 December 1997 Pacific Jct. IA.
Buried: St. Andrews Lutheran, Galesburg, IA

  Children: son C.E.M, daughter J.A.M., daughter J.E.M both girls married with children.
  "O'Donnell-McReynolds Genealogy" by Daniel J. O'Donnell For more information on this family and photos see Mr. O'Donnell's web page at AOL Hometown.
  Source: Don Rekus at <<DonRekus(a) >>
Mary Josephine ( MEYER ) DUNNUCK (Mrs. Samuel Rollin DUNNUCK SR.) See Samuel Sr.
  b. 3 April 1885 --- d. 29 June 1933 Buried older section of Riverside Cemetery in South Bend, Indiana.
  + to Samuel R., Sr. in 1908 in South Bend, IN.
Mary ( DOWNEND ) DUNNUCK (Mrs. Rollin R. DUNNUCK) See Rollin
   Living in 1989
Mary Alice DUNNUCK (might be 1st wife of Rollin,) Mary DOWNEND
  b. about 1922, lived in Sturgis, MI
Mary "Polly" DUNNUCK Also See Polly
  d/o Samuel & Rebecca (BELL) DUNNUCK
Source of parents: Helen "Marie" Coleman
  1822, Pickaway Co. OH /// Chillicothe, Ross Co., OH
Source: Coleman, LDS, & Copeland
Tombstone: Steenbergen Cemetery Logan Co., IL b. 2 December 1822
  Obituary: The Decatur Review, published 6 September 1906, page 3, column 2

" The funeral of Mrs. Polly Curtis occurred ....home of her son, S.T. Curtis, 5 miles south of Mt. Pulaski.....over 100 carriages.....Steenberger Cemetery."

"Deceased's maiden name was Polly Dunnick. She was born near Circleville, Ohio December 2, 1822 and died September 2 (1906) in the hospital at Lincoln, aged 83 years and 9 months. March 25, 1841 she was united in marriage to Enoch Curtis. To this union was born 6 children, 5 of whom survive."
  d. 1906 Mt. Pulaski, Logan Co., IL /// at Lincoln on Sept. 2 Source: Copeland
Tombstone: Steenbergen Cemetery, Logan Co., IL d. Sept. 2, 1906
  m. Enoch CURTIS 22 March 1841 in Pickaway County. Ohio
Source: D. Sheldon Copeland // see above - March 25th.
  Tombstone Steenbergen Cemetery., Logan Co. IL b. Feb. 11, 1813, d. Nov. 11, 1893
  Family migrated from Ohio to IL on October 3, 1851
Rebecca CURTIS b. 1842 (Mrs. J. Preston EVANS) (#2 G. OUTCELT), //
William Lewis CURTIS (b. 1844 in Pickaway Co. OH), m. Susannah H. LANDIS//
Samuel Thomas CURTIS b. 1846 in OH, m. Arminda Ellen SCOGGIN, //
Hiram Wiseman CURTIS b. 30 Oct. 1851 in OH m. Angeline SCOGGIN, //
Mary Alice CURTIS (b. 1856 in Logan Co. IL), //
Charles Henry CURTIS (b. Mar 1862, Logan CO. IL.) m. Ora Lizzie PHINNEY (or Ava L. FINNEY)- lived in Osage Co. KS.
  Source: Mount Pulaski 1836-1986, Charles Fricke, Editor, 1986, page 189. // D. Sheldon COPELAND & Logan Co. Marriage index+
  Hiram Wiseman's wife was Sarah A. Scroggin. Children were Amos C. Curtis, Mrs. Nettie G. Riley, George W.Curtis , Carter H. (son) Curtis, Mrs. Frances O. Bower, Oscar Curtis, Mrs. Ellen E. Piatt, and John R. Curtis -- records from 9 June 1921 - #203.
Source: Heirship Records Logan (county IL) Circuit Court, Journal 2 permanent record 6/4/1970 by Logan Genealogical Society published 1982. Also Cecil 1882-1885, from Mt. Pulaski 1826-1986 Fricke Editor 1986, page 189.