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  b. about 1842 in NJ. (age 78 in the 1920 census for Paterson twp, Passaic Co. NJ.)
  Birth: May 24, 1891 Death: Sep. 25, 1891
  buried at Pipe Creek Union Cemetery , Lewisburg, Cass County, IN
Abraham Clarkson DUNNUCK
  s/o William Morrow & Hannah Clarkston (MILLER) DUNNUCK
 William b. 1837 in OH, Hannah b. 1843 in IN
  Abraham b. 14 April 1867, Peru, Peru township, Miami Co., IN
  Abraham d. 19 May, 1954 at Indianapolis, Marion Co. IN, Bur: Washington Park Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.
  1870 Census lists Abraham as age 3, living in Butler twp, Miami Co., IN with parents.
  1880 Census lists Abraham as age 13, living Butler twp, Miami Co., IN with parents.
  1900 Census for Peru, Miami, Indiana (Roll: T623 393; Page: 9A; District 107 - Page 241A) Abraham, b. April 1867 // Dora b. March 1881 and Ida b. Sept. 1899. Dora and her parents are born in Germany. One child-living
(Next household was brother Cleon) Abraham is a Machinist
  1910 census living on Howard Street, Centre township, Marion County, IN (brother Cleon also on Howard Street) Series T624, Roll 367, book 1, page 228B
A.C. is 43, married 1x for 12 years. Auto repairs., his wife, Dora is 29 married 1x and has had 6 children, 4 living. The children listed are Ida age 10, Robert age 6, Bertha age 5, and Arthur age 2.
  1920 census has him living in Marion Co., Indianapolis twp., IN, age 52 - Woodman Auto Company
Dora, age 37, children Ida M. age 20, Robert 16, Bertha 14, Arthur 13, Earl 8, Joseph 5-1/12, Herman 3-3/12 (series T625, Roll 455, pt 2, page 201B
  1930 "Abraham Dimmick",62 wife "Dara" 48-- Indianapolis, Marion County, IN. --Roll: 615; Page: 7A; Enumeration District: 203; Image: 665.0. Sons Arthur H.-22, Joseph 15, and Herman 13 living with them. He first wed when he was 30 and she was 18 Abraham working as a "saw man" at a paper box.
  m. #1 Dorathea "Dora" M. RENTZEL 27 Sept 1898 at Peru, Miami Co., IN
  b. Mar. 29, 1882 Hanover, Germany (LDS records show Mar 28)
  d. 1 Feb. 1953, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN., Bur: Washington Park Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.
  Children Ida M. (1899), Harry (1901), Edna (1902), Robert b.1903, Bertha (1905), Arthur J.(1907), Earl (1911), Joseph (1914), Herman (1916),
  m. #2 Cora OREM
  Peru Evening Journal, Wed. Sept 2, 1903.
Born to Mr. & Mrs. A.C. DUNNUCK of W. 7th Street last night, a son weighing 9 pounds" I find no record of this son. I assume this is Robert.
  Source: LDS Family group record AFN-B2PJ-OT /// by Harley Monroe Schmidt, 267 W. 6th St. Peru, IN // 1920 Census Roll: T625-455, Pg. 5B, ED 245, Image: 960/// 1870, 1880, 1910 & 1920 censuses for Miami and Marion Counties in Indiana
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Abraham Edward C. DUNNICK (also know as Edward) b. circa 1874 in IL (Abraham C.)
  s/o George J. DUNNICK and Harriet (FULLENWILDER)
  b. Sept 25, 1873 which agrees with - 1880 census
  Parents living in Logan Co IL (Lincoln) in 1902
  Living Chicago 1917 per mothers obit. //Chicago in circa 1933 - per his fathers Obit.
  Obit for 'Abe Dunnuck, 70 formerly of Lincoln & Chestnut' died Tuesday, April 27 in Chicago. (clipping from an Illinois newspaper between publ betweem1943- 1946)
"Surviving are his wife, Mrs. Meta Donnan Dunnuck and two children, Mary"... and Richard.
Surviving siblings were: Florence, Grace, Earl, Clyde and Herald.
  d. Tuesday, April 27, 1943 Chicago, Cook County, IL, death certificate 0012855
Listed as Edward C. on Death Certificate.
  Grandaughter Ellen Leader, has her grandfather's "medical death certificate" which lists his name as Edward H. C. Dunnuck, but her father's baptismal certificate lists him as Abraham C.
  Two children: Mary b. 1910 of Chicago early 1940's // and Richard Cross b. 1908, -- of Texas (father's obit)
  m. Margaret SHEEHY b. about 1880 - living in 1920 - Mother of Richard and Mary
need to check - death certificate for Margaret Dunnick #6032847, Chicago, Cook County, IL date of death was December 19, 1925 Obituary published in the Chicago Daily Tribune December 20, 1925 has her as Margaret nee Sheehy, wife of Edward, mother of Mary and Richard. - two sisters Elizabeth and Alice.
  1880 census for Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co., IL. George J. age 29, Harrit age 26 ,Abraham C. (6), Grace (5), and Truman (3) (George worked in a flour mill.)
  1920 Census for Cook County, IL lists Edward as born in IL - age 46, Margaret born Ireland age 40, Richard b. IL age 11, and Mary born IL age 9. Edward was a Policeman for the city.
  1930 Census for Aetna, Logan, Illinois, District 1. Abe Dummick age 54, and wife Meta 43. both born IL/IL/IL. Abe 1st married when he was 30, Meta 1st wed when she was 16.
See Earl !! m.Wilmeta "Meta"Gladys ( DONNAN) Braka - between 1926 & 1930. Meta was living at time of Abraham's death. His obit says "Surviving are his wife Meta (Donnan) Dunnuck"
??(Meta was first wed to Abrahams brother, Earl)?? Wilmeta / "Meta's " obituary lists her as wed to Albert Braka who died in 1908 - 2 daughters and #2 Edward Dunnuck who died in 1943 Earl is not mentioned.
. . . . .b. Sept. 8, 1886 - per 1900 census for Aetna, Logan County, IL.
Wilmetta Donnan, daughter of Charles L. and Emma F. (Shields) Donnan - brother Ralph and his daughter Louise attended Abraham's funeral.
Her obituary lists her birth as 8 September 1886 near Chestnut, IL
Cemetery index "Meta Braka" 1887-1961 buried in Old Yankeetown Cemetery, now known as Leanna Cemetery, located in Aetna Township, Section 33, Logan County, Illinois.
She attended Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln H.S. in Illinois
Member of St. Joachins Catholic Church in Chicago
Daughters by Braka were Mrs. Albert Lange of Chicago & Mrs. John Bushell of Lincoln
 ? . . . . . d. July 8, 1961 in Chicago age 74 (of Chicago - formerly of Chestnut, IL) her obit is published in the Mount Pulaski Times on 13 July 1961, page 86 "Mrs. A. Dunnuck
 ? reared in Lincoln and farmed near Chestnut. ( Before farming he was a policeman in the Chicago Stockyards district)
  Abraham "Abram" of Chicago in 1943 Lived in Chicago last 7 years of life.
  Source: obit of sister, Grace, IL State Journal, publ Jan 1, 1892, page 4.//
  Source: clippings of obits of Abe and Harriett. Originals in possession of Richard Dunnuck.
  Source: Meta's obit: Illinois State Journal (Springfield) publ July 10, 1961, page 18 indicates she was to be buried in the Laenna Cemetery in Logan Co (Aetna twp) IL. A check of the index of Logan County Cemetery Inscriptions Vol IV-1972 does not list her as buried there... but there is a Meta Braka in Laenna Cem. Meta Braka's dates are 1887-1961. Braka is the maiden names of her daughters. .// see www.worldvitalrecords.com for Meta's obit.from Mt. Pulaski paper.
  A Minnie is buried with Earl in DuPage County, IL // birth date: written notes of Grace Dunnuck Keckler in belongings of H. Aileen Keckler Seggelke, donated by Barbara Seggelke // Richard C's daughter.
Abraham C. DUNNICK
  b. about 1870 in PA (age 50 in 1920)
  + Mary also age 50 in 1920 census. Listed children were Thomas age 22, and William R., age 20, All born in PA. Abraham was a well driller
  Source: 1920 census for South Huntingdon, Westmoreland Co. PA, Roll T625 1668, page 5B, ED 92, image 620
Ada (nee: REYNOLDS) SHIELDSDUNNUCK of Columbus Ohio in 1917
  Daughter of Harriett Shields of Lancaster OH
  Harriett is survived by her Daughter Ada May DUNNUCK and a son Edward Reynolds., burial Amanda Twp Cem.she was the wife of John Shields.
  Source Lancaster Daily Eagle. Obit of Harriett SHIELDS publ October 31, 1917.
  b. about 1888
  + Robert W. DUNNUCK
  1910 census Married to Robert W. DUNNUCK both age 22. he is born in KS & she in Ohio. Married 3 years, 1st marriage for both - he is an Upholsterer of furniture..
Living in Detroit Ward 11, Wayne Co., Michigan
  1 daughter Edna R. age 2 in 1910
in the 1920 census I find a Edna R. DUNNUCK listed as a "boarder" in the home of William Becker in Columbus, Ohio. No parents present.
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Ada Bernice "Bee" or "Beatrice" DUNNUCK
  d/o Henry O. "Otto" & Ethel N. (PLUMMER) DUNNUCK
  b. March 24, 1912, South Bend, St. Joseph County Indiana
  Living in New Carlisle in 1955 & 1958 & 1989
  d. July 25, 2004 at Indiana Masonic Home
  Self-employed real estate broker with Tuttle Realty.
  m. Marion Chester TUTTLE July 13, 1931, South Bend, St. Joseph Co. IN., Book 048, page 80.
(son of Tolon or Lolon Tuttle and Blanche Dunn)

b. 1903


d. 5 August 1975 (obit publ August 5 & 6th South Bend, IN) "of New Carlisle" IN (N.W of South Bend, in St. Joseph Co. IN

  4 Children: all or some probably living
M.A.T. (male b.1932-1 dau, 1 son),
D.L.T. (male- b. 1834- 1 son, 2 daus),
S.B.T. (female - b. 1939 - 2 sons), and
L.E.T. (male - b. 1944 - 2 sons, 1 dau. children)
  Source: Marriage Book 62, page 130, St. Joseph Co. IN.// Parents Golden Anniv, South Bend Tribune, April 17, 1955 +picture // Father's Obits. South Bend Tribune Nov. 12, 1958 and Nov. 13,1858 // Children & grandchildren of Charles & Dora DUNNUCK from Scott and Millie DUNNUCK)// "Bee's" obituary published in South Bend Tribune 31, July 2004
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  1st wife or Robert W. DUNNICK (See Robert W.) (son of Milton & Hannah)
  She was b. ca 1889
  d/o Alfred and Harriett (Hattie) (WHORLL) REYNOLDS (Daughter of Harriett Shields of Lancaster OH
.Harriett is survived by her Daughter Ada May DUNNUCK and a son Edward Reynolds., burial Amanda Twp Cem.she was the wife of John Shields.
Source Lancaster Daily Eagle. Obit of Harriett SHIELDS publ October 31, 1917.
  b. 9 March 1868 in Columbus, Ohio
  died 14 June1926, Franklin County, Ohio . Death Certif. Volume #5075, Certificate #38162
  she married David DUNNICK
Ada M. DUNNUCK Also see Adda
  b. circa 1876 OH, parents b. Ohio. a Widow
  Worked as Servant in the home of Martin J.E. MOORE
  Source: 1910 Census Allegheny, 8th Ward, Pittsburgh PA.
  (There is also a Mike DUNICK Allegheny PA in 1910 b. circa 1879)
   Source: T624, roll 1302, pt 1, page 40A
Adair DUNNUCK (see: Robert Adair DUNNUCK - 1903 KS)
  s/o William Jasper and Ella M. (CHIPMAN) DUNNUCK
  b.22 Sept 1966
  d. June 24, 2009 Indianapolis, Indiana (age 42)
  Of Marion County, IN (also see Tammy K DUNNUCK) may be wife or X
  Living in Indianapolis sometime between 1984-2007
  Adam Troy Dunnuck 42, from Indianapolis has passed away. A celebration of his life will be held in his honor at the Woods residence, 5242 S. Catlin Road, Rockville, IN 47872 at 4:30 P.M. on Saturday, June 27, 2009. Memorial contributions can be sent to the family at the address listed above. Services provided by Indiana Memorial & Cremation Services.
Adda DUNNUCK also see Ada
  Crafton PA 1907-08 Directory - listed as a domestic at 10 Bradford Ave.
  b. circa 1872 in OH ( age 48 in the 1920 census)
  Living East Town Street, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio -
widow - living with Son Alford.
  son, Alford G. , age 26 is single. Auto Mechanic (see Alford below)
  Source: Columbus, OH 1920 census
Roll T625-1382, page 2B
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  wife of Eldon (or Elvin) Earl DUNNICK who was (b. 1914 in Peru, IN) --
  b. April 6, 1923, Mesa, Arizona, (Coconino Co.) d/o Samuel O. (Jr.) and Lillie (SOUTHER) MILLER.
Samuel b. in Buffalo, N.Y. and
Lillie b. in B(?)lairsville, GA. She died d. in 1980 in San Bernardino, CA at age 89
  Apartment Manager
  d. May 23, 1986 - Kaiser Foundation Hospital, Los Angeles, CA. (cremated)
Death certificate lists her as born in Coconino Co. (Williams) AZ
  1950-1964 Adel listed in the Voters Registrations for San Bernardino Co., CA. Mostly in Colton City pct.
  Sister to Adel was -- Elaine (Mrs. Stanley) Suchodolski 1927-1991. & two step siblings
  Death certificate donated by Margie Keckler // and obit of Samuel and Elaine at rootsweb // Arizona board of Health.
  d/o Pearl Elvis 1872-1953 and Mary Katherine Mayme O'DONNELL) DUNNUCK Mayme d. 14 April. 1933 (Pearl the step son of JOSHUA DUNNUCK)
  b. 11 May 1908 Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas
  d:: 9 Sept 1944 Kansas City, Wyandotte, Kansas
  + Philip HOWARD about 1929/1930, TX/TX/TX He was 34 in 1930( b. about 1896)
   newly weds living in Kansas City, KS in 1930 census
Adrianne N. DUNNICK
  b. June 23, 1881
  d. 8 June 1983 at Grand Rapids, Kent Co., MI
resided at Kentwood, Kent Co. MI.
source Ancestry.com Michigan deaths 1971-96
 need to get. d. August 6, 1983 Kentwood, Kent County, MI
(Obit publ 9/6/1983 Grand Rapids (Mich.) Press - obits )
Agnes H. (MORAN) DUNNUCK (b. ca 1888) see William M. DUNNUCK (b. 1892)
  b. circa 1888
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Agnes Lee DUNNUCK b. 2 Dec. 1852 See Angelina L. DUNNICK See Angie
  d/o See Angelina L. Dunnick Nicholas & Margaret (MANTLE) DUNNICK
  b. 2 Dec. 1852, near Mechaniscburg, IL in Sangamon Co.
  d. 9 Jan. 1932 Cedar Rapids, IA, Bur. Cedar Rapids.
  m. David Wesly STOOKEY, 7 Mar 1883 Mechanicsburg, IL (Daniel) Married at the home of the brides mother.
Marriage announcement in The Saturday Herald, (Decatur, IL) published 17 March 1883, page 3.
  b. 1 Oct. 1853 St. Clair County, IL, d. 21 Sep 1932 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
s/o Daniel Stookey b. 6 Mar 1820 Caroline Goodner b. 26 Jun 1825, both in St. Clair County, Illinois

Children: 6 -

Margaret Mantel Stookey (b.1884-Buffalo, Sangamon Co. IL)., //
David Dunnick . Stookey (b.1886 - Buffalo, Sangamon Co. IL), //
Carlisle "Carl" Wesley Stookey (b. 1898, Cedar Rapids, IA), //
Lewis Lynn . . . . Stookey (b. 1891 Cedar Rapids, IA), //
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d. 15 Sep 1957 in Mobile, Alabama
Keith James. . . . Stookey (b. 1892 or 93 - Cedar.Rapids, IA.) //
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . d 19 Aug 1923 in Cedar Rapids, Iowa
Dorothy ."Dede" . Stookey (b/d 1895 Cedar Rapids, IA)//

  1905 living 400 5th Avenue, Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa
  1910 Daniel W. was a manufacturer of drain tiles.
  1910 census for Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa Westley D Stookey 46// Angie Stookey 45 // Margaret Stookey 16 // Dede Stookey 13 // Carl W Stookey 11 // Louis L Stookey 8 Keith J Stookey 7
  1910 History of Macon County, "City of Decatur & Macon County, IL" published in Chicago, IL by Pioneer Publishing Co. page 669-671 the biography of "Lewis STOOKEY- grandfather of David" (& Daniel Stookey-father) I have this biography if anyone is interested, contact me. snhasch(a)aol.com
  1920 census living Cedar Rapids, Ward 5, Linn Co. IA. Children with them are: Margaret age 36 single, son Keith J. age 27 single and ? L. age 28 single.
  1925 living Cedar Rapids, Linn Co. IA. Angie and Daniel both 70
  1930 census Carl and family living with parents in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co. IA
  Source: Birth: Biography of Margaret Dunnick, page 958, History of Sangamon County Illinois - History of Illinois, by Inter-State Publishing Company, 1881 - Called "Angie Lee" // Hisory of Macon County, City of Decatur and Macon County, Illinois, Pioneer Publishing to. 1910, Chicago, IL "Lewis Stookey" page 669-671 // The Saturday Herald, (Decatur, IL) published 17 March 1883, page 3. // Darrel L. Goodner of El Cajon CA. 92021 and Dave Morris of Red Bluff, CA.
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Albert DUNNUCK see Henry Albert DUNNUCK and (see Bert)
  s/o Edward Sale DUNNUCK (b. 1853) and first wife Martha J. (REDDICK) DUNNUCK
  b. circa 1876 KS
  d. 1948
  + Belle JENNINGS (see Belle)
  WWI Draft records for Henry Albert DUNNUCK (Payette ID) give birth as 11 January 1876, age 42, wife Belle Dunnuck, "Tailoring"
  1910 Census Canyon Co. ID.
  Payette, ID ---Appropriate music was furnished by an all-Masonic male quartette, consisting of
Bert Dunnuck, J. H. Helman, H. E. Duel and Calvin Keller.
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Albert Arleigh DUNNUCK (I)
  Father: probably William Arthur DUNNUCK b. 1877 (see 1930 census)
  b. 17 Jan 1916 Los Angeles, CA
  1930 Canyon County Idaho census lists Albert A.

age 14. Also in ID was a Willim A, age 53, ie born circa 1876 Under William A. there is also one that was born in Kansas, got a ss Card in ID, and died in CA
  Assume Albert Arleigh II is his son b. in 1942 Her maiden name was BOLTS. Wonder if Carol was a BOLTS or if there was a previous marriage. Other Dunnick children who list a Bolts as the maiden name for their mother is Stephen S. DUNNUCK b. in 1944 and Lynn A DUNNUCK b. in 1949. (Stephen S. is living in Orange Co. (same county as Albert I and Alberts next wife, Ruth.)
  + Carol (before 1946)
  1948-1954 voting in Long Beach, Los Angeles Co. CA.
Voters Registrations list Albert A. & Carol as voting in Avalon City Los Angeles Co. CA. in 1946, and 1948-1954 voting in Long Beach, Los Angeles Co. CA.
  Divorce from Carol G. DUNNUCK October 2, 1955 Nevada State Journal
  +Ruth E. (L-----) 18 Nov. 1960. She was about 38 & he 40.
  b.Ruth LEIST DUNNUCK 17 March 1922 d. March 7, 2008 in CA (check Joshua Tree) per SSDI -- (see Albert A.) Might be wife. her SS card was issued in OH
  b. circa 1916 - lived at one time in Needles, CA.
Ruth L. DUNNUCK lived in Joshua Tree. She was born ca 1922
  SS card Issued: CA (1952)
  1964 & 1966 list Albert A. and Ruth L Dunnuck, Voter Registrations for Huntington Beach, Orange Co. CA
  d. 21 Jun 2000 Last residence: Las Vegas, Clark, NV
  Source SSDI.
   Of Reno NV about 1965-75
  s/o Probably son Albert A. DUNNUCK I & first wife Carol, see above.
  b. 14 November 1942 in Los Angeles, CA
  d. 1 September 2011 in Los Vegas, Nevada (Lived NV since 1996) bur: Southern Nevada Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Boulder City, NV.
  + Katherine L.
  Children: Jennifer P. (Mrs. Brian A. Johnson) of Newaygo, MI, grandchildren, Kevin D. Johnson & Joelle Sitzema
..............Barrie L (female) DUNNUCK of Howard City, MI
Source; His obituary
  s/o father b. VT, Mother b. VT
  b. about 1846 VT (1880 census has him as age 34)
  + Emma age 24 b. VT (b. about 1856)
  son Harry - age 1 b. VT Relationship to Albert listed as "other" rather than "son"
  Source: on-line Mormon 1880 census data. Wolcott, Lomoille Co. VT
Alexander DUNNICK
  buried Oackland Fraternal Cemetery, Pulaski Co. AR (near little rock)
  Mother: Adda M. DUNNICK age 48, a widow in 1920 census for Columbus, OH
  b. 6 Sept 1891, Amanda Ohio, Living with mother in Columbus OH, single in 1917 WWI draft registration. //
  Auto worker.
  +Maud (Deneller) DUNNUCK April 4, 1913
  Filed for divorce June 6, 1916, Lancaster, Franklin Co., OH
Maud sued for on the ground of neglect - no children request return of her maiden name
Publ Lancaster Daily gazette June 7, 1916, page 3
  1920 census has him listed as an Auto Mechanic. single.
  b. 6 Sept 1891 (1920 census has him born 1894 - Mother might be Adda M.- )
  d: 20 July1934, in Muskingum County, Ohio Death: Volume #7574, Certificate #45495
  buried Duncan Falls Cemetery, Muskingum County, Ohio
  Alfred was an auto mechanic. Alfred's father was born in Lancaster, OH
  also buried at Duncan Falls Cemetery is a his wife,

+ Lillian DUNNICK born 1888 -- d. 1958
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Alice DUNNICK (Might be Alice W. DUNNICK - see below)
  d. Dec. 22, 1921
  Source: OH Vital Records - Volume 3075, death Certificate 38162 (OH Historical Society)
  d. 12/22/1921, Franklin County, Ohio -- Volume #3744, Certificate #68163
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Alice DUNNUCK "Allice" in two different census listings
  d/o Joshua and Margaret (GRIFFITH) DUNNUCK
  b. March 1854, IL
  d. May 23, 1932 Oakwood Cemetery, Miami Co. KS- lot 47 W#2
  m. George R. PIERCE, Oct. 2, 1879 Franklin Co., KS. (Spelled DUMMEK) Book D, page 36

b. June 1, 1849 in NY (father from CT & Mother b. NY)


d. July 25, 1927 (Cemetery Index has 1849-1924)

  In 1880 census they are living in Union Center, Elk Co. KS T9-0380 page 157B/
Living with them at the time is Alice's sister Jane, age 31.
  In 1891 they lived at Garnett, in Anderson Co. KS

Rena PEIRCE - 4 mos old in 1880 census Elk Co, KS.
Rolla PIERCE b. 1881 in KS single living with parents in 1910 Miami Co., KS
Otis PIERCE b. Oct 1883 (single living at home 1900)
Baby (son) b. spring 1900
Leo PIERCE 1892-1895 Oakwood Cem, Miami Co., KS

In 1900 Census - 3 living children, In 1910 census - 3 living children.
  Children: three ::Leo (1892-1895)- buried with parents.)
Rena Pierce, daughter, age 4 months listed in 1880 Census.
  1900 George was a store Clerk, livinb 3rd Ward Osawatomie, Miami CO. KS. Son Otis and new baby (son) living with them
  1910 census has them living in the 4th Ward Osawatomie , Miami Co. KS. With them is their 29 year old son Rolla who is single. They have 3 living children.
  1930 census for Osawatomie, Miami County, KS has Alice, age 75, living with daughter Rena and her husband George W. Harrison.
  Source: Franklin Co. KS marriage index at: www.ukans.edu/~hisite/franklin/indexes //
Probate records of Joshua DUNN*CK, Franklin Co. OH // // Virginia Magazine
of History & Biography,
Vol. 26, page 425 Gorsuch Family by Louesa J. Keys
-Grandaughter of Joshua //
Leo & Parents buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Osawatomie, Miami Co. KS. Lot 47, W#2
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Alice (CASTLEMAN) DUNNUCK (see Lyman DUNNUCK - b. 1854)
  m. Lyman in 1886 - Indiana
   May be Margaret Alice - tombstone has Margaret A. 1862-1944, Palestine Cemetery, in Harrison twp., Kosciusko Co., IN.
  75 Years Ago -( February 13 1927) Warsaw Times Union - Feb. 2002, Warsaw, IN

The Cheerful Workers of the Palestine M.E. Church met with Mrs. Blanche Doran Wednesday for an all day meeting with a pot luck dinner. The day was spent piecing and knotting comforters. Those present were: Mrs. Edison Vandermark, Mrs. Charles Vandermark, Alice Dunnuck, Mrs. Mendel, Betty Oplinger, Blanche East, Lola Lowman, Mrs. Ralph Byer and children, Mrs. Audrey Boggs, Blanche Doran and children; and Mrs. Gen. Anderick. The guests were Mrs. Harry Eherman and son, Mrs. Blonde Warner, Mrs. Jesse Sloane and Mrs. Roy Kreamer.
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Alice (DAVIS) McReynolds DUNNUCK b. about 1872 (nee: Lydia "Alice" DAVIS)
  2nd wife of Alonzo Greene DUNNUCK
  d/o Spencer and Lydia DAVIS, natives of Iowa, near Moulton.
Alice P. (PLUMER) DUNNICK  b. 1880
  Wife of John Tallman DUNNICK
  b. about 1880 b. 4 July 1880 Father Wendall Plumer (records at Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus OH)
  d. Oct. 5, 1961 at Columbus, Franklin Co. OH (age 81, married)
Lived in Columbus (records at Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus OH)
  Survived by a daughter Martha (Mrs. Edward R.) Horch of Akron, and son John M. Dunnick of Lima and 4 grandsons.
  Source: Ohio death certificate Number: 70234 volume number: 16667
   Source: The Columbus Dispatch, publ. 6 Oct 1961, pg. 13A - her obit.
  Source: records at Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus OH
  following probably same
  m. John T. DUNNUCK 1906
  Alice b. circa 1881
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Alice V. DUNNUCK (twin)
  d/o Isaac W. & Sarah C. (HANKINSON) DUNNUCK
  b. 12 Sept 1858, Wayne twp., Kosciusko Co. IN
  d. 8 Oct. 1959; Bur. Pleasant View Cemetery, Kosciusko Co. IN.
   Sources: Cemetery records//D. Sheldon Copeland// Steve Hartman // and Kosciusko County Indiana 1836-1986, bio sketch Dunnuck, publ. Kosciusko County Historical Society, page 109

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Alice Elzada (WHEELER) DUNNUCK (See Joseph Edwin DUNNUCK)
  m. Joseph in 1900

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Alice Webster DUNNICK
  d/o David and Lettie (McDILL) DUNNICK who married 1837
  b. 1844 - not married in 1880, living in Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio
Living with parents.
  b. 1850 per 1900 census. single, no occupation could read & write
  1870 living with parents Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio - age 25 single
  1880 living with parents Chillicothe, Ross County, Ohio - age 36 single
  1900 living with cousin, Mary (Dunnick) SOLT's family Mary was the daughter of Benjamin Tallman DUNNUCK, wife of Thomas SOLT
  Source: 1870 Ward 3, Chillicothe, Ross County, OH // and 1880 census, // 1900 census for Columbus, Franklin Co. OH
  b. circa 1849 in IA. Divorced - Parents born in Holland
  1910 census 3rd ward, Pella, Lake Prairie twp, Marion Co., Iowa ---)
  4 children, 3 living. Daughter Jennie Dunnick, age 17 living with her.
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  d/o Thomas and Ruth (BOWMAN) DUNNUCK
  b. May 1864 OH
  Living in 1910 in Walnut township, Pickaway Co. OH
Living in 1920 in Madison twp. Pickaway Co. Ohio (District 99) Alma B. age 55
d. June 8, 1940
  d. from Tombstone at Reber Hill Cemetery near Ashville, OH 1864 -- 1940
  m. #1 Jessie BARRINGER
Alma "Baringer" is listed as daughter and Jessie "Baringer" son-in-law in 1880 Pickaway Co. OH census living with widowed father, Thomas.
  Jessie: b. circa 1860 in OH (20 in 1880 census Walnut twp, Pickaway Co. OH)
  d. Wonder what happened to Jesse after 1880 - see following Alma
  Baringer Children Alva (son b. 1881) // Harley born August 1883 // Grace b. July 1886
  m. #2 Cyrus DUM (wed about 1897 - the 1910 census for Walnut township, Pickaway Co. OH has them married 13 years) but, (in 1900 census she indicates she as been wed five years, so that would place their marriage as about 1895) The 1920 census for Madison twp list him as 66 yrs. old.

Cyrus DUMM was 26 and single in 1880 census, living in Madison twp, Pickaway Co. OH His mother was Esther, age 51, born in PA. A brother William was also with him.

A Cyrus DUM is listed as dying in Pickaway Co. OH in 1928 & an Ivy I DUM in Pickaway in 1923. I haven't checked it but believe this is our Cyrus & Ivy. Does anyone know where they are buried?....and is Alma there?

Cyrus DUM appears to have been previously wed to a Minerva DUM who died at the age of 38 years, 3 months & 2 days on September 26, 1891. She is buried in the Brobst Marcy Cemetery in Pickaway Co. OH. (as are several other Dunnuck relatives)

b. October 1853 in OH was a farmer


d. living 1920 census for Madison twp. Pickaway Co. Ohio (District 99) Cyrus P age 66
d. 30 Dec 1928 in Pickaway Co., OH

  Tombstone for Cyrus P. DUM b. 1853 -- 1928, Reber Hill Cemetery, near Ashville, Ohio.
  In 1900 census Alma indicated she had had five children, four living. In 1910 census she indicates she had six children, four living.
  Children listed in 1910 Census were: Frank FURN, age 27 b. OH b. circa 1883 and Ivy I. DUM, age 11 b. OH September 1898. Frank E. appears to be from a previous marriage of Cyrus. He was born January 1883, (in one census DUM looks like FURN) ( There is an Ivy I. DUM listed as dying in 1923 in Pickaway Co. OH. Wonder if it is Alma & Cyrus' dau.- this need to be checked)
  1920 census list the surname as Bearinger. and has Hartley Bearinger as born IN KS.
  father-in-law Thomas DUNNICK--Living with Alma and Cyrus in 1910, age 79
  Also in the household was a brother-in-law named Ernest J. FELLERS, age 42.
Brother-in-law // whose sister?? (wife Mary age 48 b. Ireland)
  1920 census for Madison twp. Pickaway Co. Ohio (District 99) Cyrus P age 66, Alma B. age 55
  : Alva (male 1881- 1972), BARRINGER
SSDI shows Alva b. 1884 of OH, d. March 1972 of Fairfield Co. OH.

Alva Lenard BARRINGER m. Bessie L. SNYDER about 1905 in Bloom Twp, Fairfield Co. OH.- 8 children - Alva born and died Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co. OH.
Bessie SNYDER b. 22 Sept 1884 in Bloom Twp, Fairfield Co. OH, d/o William H. & Ida Isabella (MASON)and
d. 13 Jan 1972.
Alva & Bessie's family:
Hartley (b/d 1906),// Ruth Alma b. 10 June 1907,// Leonard Boyd b. June 21, 1909- d. Jan 1982, // Grace Lucille b. Oct. 25, 1911, // Mary Irene, Nov. 17, 1912 // Mable Fern b. May 12, 1915, // Mildred Louise (Mrs BURGETT) b. 10 April 1917 Lithopolis, Fairfield Co. OH, d. Feb. 1983 (or 1884) // Thelma Viola b. Feb. 4, 1919
For Alva and Bessie, check Fairfield County OH census for 1910 & 1920 also Delaware Co. later on.
  Source: History of Franklin & Pickaway Counties in OH. Publ. by Williams Bros,
1880, Page 282. Source: of birth dates and others in household from:1910 Pickaway
Co. OH Census // 1910 census for Walnut township, Pickaway County, OH //1900 census HH 30, lines 33-39 on page 259 Walnut township, Pickaway County, OH.
  b. about 1917 - age 70 when she died.
  d. 8 Nov 1987 Kittitas, Washington
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Alma Vedora DUNNICK
  d/o John H. & Susannah ( HILD) DUNNICK
  b. 1893 PA Sister's records have Alma b. Nov. 15, 1893 Hopewell, York Co., PA, d. April 27, 1983
  m. J. Leroy LANIUS 3 Feb. 1917
  b. 1881 of Hopewell Twp., York Co., PA d. 1965
  no children: per Alma's sister
   Obit. of ?? // 1910 Census of York Co. PA
  There is an Alma Dunnick widow of Roy Lanius who wed a William "Howard" FISHEL in PA
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Alma Pearl DUNNUCK (See Elma Pearl) known as "Pearl"


  d/o _______ and Henrietta (VanDerPol) DUNNICK of Lynnville, IA
  +Melvin L.. FREESE, s/o Lawrence and Clothilda Mary (KOPEL) FREEZE
  of NM. in 1993
  Source: Mother's Obit in 1993
  Source: one son, G.F. and 3 daughters, LF, LF, & LF per Cathy Marasco - World Family Tree.
Alma A. (Van Slyck) DUNNICK
  w/o Charles Benjamin DUNNICK
  b. b.24 January 1875 in McCune, KS Parents b.IL & TN
  d. Sept 11, 1950 at Yakima (of Walla Walla Washington) age 75.
  + They divorced.
  she had 6 children, all living in 1910
Alma Hill was survived by. Leota Carlstrom, Mrs. George Krauser, Mary E. Fuller, Mrs. M.O. Lewis, son Alfred DUNNICK, and brother Wylie Van SLYCK & two sisters.
  + Mr. Marshall HILL
   Living in Umatilla, Oregon, North Milton Precinct in 1910 census
Alma M. (GROSS) widow WEINRICH, DUNNICK (see Willus DUNNICK)
  wife of Willus D. DUNNUCK
  b. August 9, 1920 in Homer, NB, d/o William and Edna (DAVIS) GROSS
  d. Wed. October 5, 2005 at her residence in Hinton, Burial will be in Memorial Park Cemetery in Sioux City, IA
  + Alma married Ray E. Weinrich. He died in 1957. Later, she married Willus D. Dunnick in 1968 in Jackson, Minn. He died in 1993 in Harlingen, Texas.
  see Willis Douglas DUNNICK, s/o Neil and Clara (aka Canelina & Claone)
  Alma graduated from high school in Homer, Neb., and later, NBT Business School in Sioux City, IA
  Survivors include one daughter, Linda Francksen and her husband, Larry, of Merrill; two sons, Alan Weinrich and his wife, Kim, of Mustang, Okla., and Mike Weinrich and his wife, Jean, of Hinton; one daughter-in-law, Donna Weinrich-Lucht and her husband, Jim, of Hinton; 13 grandchildren: ( Source: La Mars Daily Sentinal, IA)

Alonzo Greene DUNNUCK
  s/o George Faith and Eunice (TIMMONS) Crowell DUNNUCK
  b. Nov. 16, 1866 Fairbury, Nebraska (another source has Lathom, NB)
  d. 1937 Leavenworth, KS
  raised on father's homestead in Washington Co. KS.
  d. "A.G. DUNNUCK Services. Funeral services were held at 2'oclock Thursday afternoon at Sexton Funeral Chapel for Alonzo G. Dunnuck, 71, who died Monday at Cushing Memorial Hospital. The Rev. Georg Wilson of the Glory and Grace Tabernacle, Third and Miami streets will officiate. Interment will be in Mount Muncie Cemetery" (Leavenworth KS) This article was copied by Pat Sparks from a clipping found in the Dunnuck Bible initially belonging to John Dunnuck, born 1814.)
  The Washington Republican, Thursday, March 24, 1904
A.G. DUNNUCK was down from Beatrice, Neb., to see his mother, Mrs. A. E. Dunnuck who is quite sick.
???? Hmmm.. ????.Mrs. A.E.??

photo by Charla Carter at Find a grave. Thanks Charla.

+ #1 Lillian SMETHERS, December 4, 1890,
the daughter of Jonas & Mary (HILL) SMETHERS, both born Luzerne Co., PA.
b. October, 1868 in Lee County, IL
d. Dec. 10, 1905 at Beatrice, Nebraska
buried at Evergreen Home Cemetery in Beatrice, Gage Co. Nebraska
Plot: Lot 61, Blk 7, Evergreen Home Section.
 See Bertha - who is Fern? Alonzo and Lillian had two daughters, Gladys and Nora
Gladys L. (Mrs Joseph DAWES b. 1889) of Thomas County, KS b. April 1892 in Nebraska - had a daughter.
Bertha Nora, (wife of Archie McDougall LUKENS b. circa 1896), of Melbourne, FL. b.August 1897 in Kansas. Bertha & Archie wed 1896 in Leavenworth, KS

of interest is Green DUNNUCK listed in the 1930 census as sister-in-law (age 21, single b. KS) to Archie Lukens - Norman , Cleveland Co., OK - She would have been born. circa 1908 - parents b. in NB - wonder if this is a daughter of the second wife.
  at one point he was employed by Dempster Mill Mfg. Co. of Beatrice Nebraska from 1900 to 1908,
  He then settled in western KS and perfected his patents and began their manufacture in a blacksmith shop. This business later became Dunnuck Manufacturing Co. (see below)
  + #2 Mrs. Lydia "Alice" McReyonolds, October 29, 1907. Alice was 35, and Alonzo 40.
She was the daughter of Spencer and Lydia DAVIS, natives of Iowa, near Moulton. In the 1930 census, Alice is listed as being 58 years old. (ie. born about 1866) (known as "Alice") (1915 called "Libbie")
  1895 census for Franklin, Washington Co. KS lists
A.G. DUNNUCK 28 b. NB, (male) // L.A. age 26 b. IL (female) //, and G.L. (female) age 1 born in NB.
  1900 census lists A.G. Dunnuck in Beatrice, Ward 1, District 37, Gage County NB. Roll T623-927, page 2B.
A.G. b. Nov. 1866 in NB/OH/IN, age 33, married 9 years. Wife Lillian born October 1868 in IL/PA/PA. Children G. L. born 1892 in NB, and B. Nora b. August 1897 in KS. Also is the house hold is O. L. Smethers. (Index lists Dunnuck - "Dunmick")
  1910 Census: Alonzo G. DUNNUCK, age 4_, Farmer b. Nebraska, This was his 2nd marriage and he had been wed two years. His wife was Alice L age 38 and it was also her second marriage. Alice had three children, one living. The children in the home were Gladis L. age 17, born in Nebraska, Bertha N age 12 born in Kansas, and Fern D. age 1 born in Kansas. They lived in Pioneer township, Graham County, KS, Series T624-roll 440, part 2, page 36A.
  1915 Census for Stockton, Rooks Co., KS has A.G. age 48 born NB // Libbie age 43 born IA // Bertha 17 and Nora age 5 - girls born in KS.
  Alonzo (1920 census) living in Leavenworth, Leavenworth Co, KS
  1930 census Alonzo states he first married when he was 24, and Lydia when she was 20. So she was previously wed.
  1930 census calls Alonzo's wife "Lydia" Wonder if that is Alice's middle name? Fern is also listed in the home and is unemployed but can be found in the 1930 census with her half-sister Bertha Lukens. See Bertha.
Alonzo age 62 Living city of Leavenworth, KS, self-employed manufacturer NB/OH/IN
  Alice and A.G. had two children,
Fern D. who was still living at home in 1920 & 1930, and (Fern is 21 in the 1930 census. ie b. 1908 in KS)
Spencer A. who died at the age of 18 months and is buried at Stockton, KS.
  Established Dunnuck Manufacturing Co. in 1916 in Concordia, KS. Moved business to Leavonworth in 1917 - Manufactures inventions of its founder and president, Mr. Dunnuck.

"...two, three, & four horse wagon evener, a four and five horse plow evener, tractor hitches, second binder hitches, radiator screens for tractor and road surfacing machines."
  His biography also notes that he was in the implement and grocery business.
  Source: records given me by Shirley Gossick and compiled by her sister Bonnie, direct descendants /
//History of Leavenworth (KS) County, by Hall & Hand publ 1921 page 337-339
Alphonso DUNNUCK *1874-1927 - see Egbart Alphonso Dunnuck Known as Alphonso
  DUNNUCK Washington County KS - St John Catholic Cemetery in Hanover, Kansas

Alphonso father 1874-1927
Philomena mother 1872-1950
  d/o Peter N. and Elvina DUNNICK
  b. 26 Feb. 1913
  SSDI has an Alva b. Feb. 26, 1913
d. Feb. 1981 at Zion, Lake County Illinois
 ? ALVA was 1st wife of James Mapes
  m. James MAPES, son of Lewis Purdy and Meda R. (CAMPS) MAPES
(Meta b. in Chelsea, Tama Co. IA, June 8, 1868)
  b. June 1, 1913
  d. 17 June 1987 (SSDI has a James Mapes d. Zion, Lake Co. IL June 1982)
 ?  (James first wife was Mary Katherine Leech Swanson)
  Source: 1930 Census for Zion, Lake County, IL // Barbara Farris see Camp family at Rootsweb.
  d/o Arnold and Bessie DUNNICK
  b. circa 1923
  Living with parents in 1930, her age 8, Richland twp., Jasper Co. IA.
  w/o Perry Ellsworth DUNNICK
  d/o Ulysses GEMMILL & his wife Ida Lillian HANNIGAN b: Feb 1892 in Hopewell, York Pennsylvania. d. 1974 in Red Lion, York, Pennsylvania
  Father: Ulysses GEMMILL obit: d. 13 July 1917 from Cancer of the stomach & Bright's disese. He was 48. Survived by Ida, and children Alverta E., Beula, Sadie, Mazie and Wilson
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  (Head of Household?) 1850 Census Walnut Twp., Pickaway Co., OH, page 19
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  d/o Benjamin and Minerva (ASHBROOK) DUNNICK
  b. circa 1849 b. 13, Oct. 1848 Pickaway Co., OH // 1880 census list her age as 30 - b. circa 1850
  Source: 1910 Pickaway Co. OH has Amanda, age 60, living alone - b. circa 1850//
  age 69 in 1920 census living in Fairfield County, Amanda township - b. circa 1849.
with Lyman O. and daughter Stella REBER.
  after Henry died she applied for widow benefit's May 19, 1906
  Living Amanda Township in Fairfield Co. OH in 1930
  Living in East Ringgold, OH in 1930.
  d. 21 Sept 1935. buried Reber Hill Cemetery
  + W.(William) Henry Reber was first wed to Sarah Walters. She d. 19Sept 1894. They had three children: Chaarles Elton b. 1861, William Henry b. 1963, and Ada Jane b & d 1864.
Marriage needs verifying. + Amanda DUNNICK and W. Henry Reber wed in 1864 per Ancestry.com U.S. and International Marriages Records 1560-1900 (wonder which is correct.- the children don't start arriving until the 1870's)
  m. Henry W. REBER 28 December 1871 Pickaway County Ohio.
s/o Charles (1811-1848) and Belinda (WELTON) (1816-1888), Henry W. being the grandson of Valentine (1777-1829) and Magdalena Van Reed (1782-1860)

(Oct. 5, 1836-May 2, 1902*) Buried Reber Hill Cemetery (I believe it should be 1906) (1880 census has his age as 42- i.e. b. 1838)

  Source: 1850 census // death & marriage. records of R & K Steward. Jan 2000.
  Henry was a Civil war Veteran. He applied for benefits (disabled) ___ 31, 1889, widow's benefits May 1906. served C 155 OH infantry.
  1920 Amanda living with daughter Stella, wife of Lyman O. MAY in Amanda, Fairfield County, Ohio.
  1930 of East Ringgold, OH per Iva (DUNNICK) Newtons obituary
Frank Otis REBER b. 9 July, 1873, Circleville, OH d.21 Aug. 1892,//
Stella Irene REBER
b. Nov. 5, 1876 Circleville, OH, died East Ringgold, OH, m. at Circleville //
Vert Thornton REBER b. 23 April 1875 in Circleville, OH. m. at Circleville
Phoebe Ann REBER b. 24 Aug. 1878- Feb. 21, 1883 Circleville, OH//
Euslance Eugene REBER b. March 6, 1881 in Circleville, OH and d. in Buffalo, NY.//
  1880 Census for Pickaway Co. OH T9-1058, page 439B lists the following children: Charles, age 18 b. OH, (might be Henry's by 1st wife)// Frank age 7 b. OH // Virtie (male) age 5 // Estella age 3 b. OH // and Annie, age 1 b. OH.
Census 1880, Walnut Twp, Pickaway Co. OH T9-1058 //
Census: 1910, Pickaway Co. OH, Series T624, Roll 1223, Part 2, page 337A
Census 1920 Fairfield Co, Amanda twp OH, Roll T625-1378, page 8Am /ED 1, image 199.//
Historical Account of the Peters Family by Lutz, publ 1986, pages 138-39 //
Civil War Pensions//
Gene Pool Index - Ancestry. Com.. by Edmund West. July 5, 2000. dates on Reber children
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Amanda Alice DUNNUCK
  d/o John W. and Henrietta (SCOTT) DUNNUCK
  b. 19 Aug. 1855, Kosciusko Co, IN (her obit has born August 17th) and spells the family name as DUNNICK
  d. Oct. 25, 1902 Her obituary indicates death was not unexpected and that she had suffered for many years. See tombstone
  m. William EVERLY (m. November 11, 1877)
  b. Oct. 3, 1854 (cemetery index)
  d. Jan. 10, 1923 (cemetery index)
  1880 Census has William & Amanda living with William's mother Sarah Everly age 65, b. PA William is farming, age 25 b. IN, and Amanda is age 24 b. IN.
  1900 census for Plymouth, Marshall County, IN. William Everly, age 46, born October 1853 IN/OH/OH. William sells school supplies. wife Amanda, age 44, born August 1855. They had 3 children, one living.
  1910 census for Center twp, Plymouth, Marshall Counth IN (2nd ward) lists William Everly, age 56, married 2x's, wife Hattie age 31, married 1x - 5 years, no children.
  William (he later remarried to "Hattie") Harriet was the daughter of Washington and Louisa (Tarener or Tarvener) KELLY, per their marriage application of July 3, 1905.
Harriet B.S. KELLY a 1892 graduate of Plymouth Public Schools in Marshall Co. IN.
  b. circa 1854 IN - per 1860 and 1870 Kosciusko Census -
  s/o Joseph and Sarah (MacKEY) EVERLY both b. PA - family from OH to IN in 1846
  William was a teacher. Lived Marshall Co., IN
  Three children: Mertie Bell (Dec. 3, 1880-July 30, 1888) , Lola Dell, and Wilber Hershel (1878-1879).
Lola (Mrs. Harry B. LAMSON) was the only one to survive childhood (Nov. 11,1885-Apr 9, 1951). They were living in Marshall County IN in 1910.
  Harry was from Plymouth, Marshall Co. IN and in 1910 living in South Bend.
  ......"He was united in marriage with Miss Amanda A. Dunnock, November 11, 1877, to whom were born three children, one son and two daughters, only one of whom grew to womanhood Lola -who is happily married to Harry B. Lamson, of Plymouth, and resides in South Bend, Indiana. His first wife having died October 25, 1902, he was united in his second marriage to Miss Harriet B. Kelly, July 3, 1905, and resides in a palatial mansion in the city of Plymouth. ".....
Source: History of Marshall Co., page (full text) 575-76, by Daniel McDonald, publ. 1908.
  Amanda's older sister Pheobe married an William's older brother
  Source. Palestine Independent Christian Church Cem. Kosciusko Co. IN;
Geographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publ Co.,
Chicago, IL , Publ 1887, Pages 449-50. Biographical & Historical Record of
Kosciusko Co., IN
, page 502, on Joseph Everly, Lewis Publ Co. of Chicago, 1887;
Loose record page found in the Benjamin DUNNUCK family Bible dated 1929 // Kosciusko County Indiana Marriage index book E., Page 683. // Census records for 1850, 1860 & 1870 and 1880 Kosciusko Co. IN.
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Amelia DUNNICK (b. 1845-1906)
  d/o Benjamin & Minerva (ASHBROOK) DUNNICK
  b. 13 Dec. 1845 Pickaway Co. OH
  d. Sept. 6, 1906, Marcy, Pickaway Co. OH
buried Reber Hill Cemetary
  m. James Milton (or Millin) STEWARD. Dec. 30, 1873 at Fairfield Co. OH
(another source has at Lancaster, OH.) and 1874 another source has Dec 29, 1872)
s/o Charles (1799) and Sarah (KUNTZ) STEWARD.
  b. 15 Mar. 1841 Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co. OH
  d. 20 Jan. 1916 in Red Cloud, Webster Co. NE.
  Children: Charles Benjamin b. 23 Nov.1874 in OH. m. Carrie SOLT, // Lewis M., //
Sarah Minerva,(b. July 1876) //James Clarence (b. Dec. 8, 1878),//
Grace (b. April 30, 1887), // Florence M. (b. circa 1889) // Effie Edith,(b. 1884) //
and baby boy (b. Nov. 26, 1892) . Steward descendancy chart Also the biography of James M. Steward
  Source: A Biographical Record of Fairfield and Perry Counties, Ohio., published in 1902 by S. J. Clarke Publishing Co. New York, pages 78 & 79.
Source: 1998 correspondence with Andrea (Mrs. William Sachs) an Ashbrook
researcher // See Descedancy chart for more information on Amelia & James
Steward's family.// Roland and Karla Steward - They are descendants of Charles B.
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  d/o Benjamin M. and #2 Mary (BELONG) DUNNUCK
  b. 13 December 1885 in Pickaway Co. OH.
  d. 6 Sept 1906 in Marcy, Pickaway Co. OH,
  m. James M. Steward, 30 Dec. 1874 at Fairfield, Ohio
  b. circa 1851, Fairfield Co. (near Amanda) OH
  d. January 29, 1916 Red Cloud, NB. buried Reber Hill, Fairfield, Co. OH
  Source: contributed by: Roland and Karla Steward // and Fairfield Ohio Probate Court as recorded by LDS
  Children - see obit below
  Steward descendancy chart
  Source: Obituary of James M. Steward following

Published in the Lancaster Daily Gazette, Lancaster, OH, Saturday, January 22, 1916, page 5

Remains of ex-representative
of this county on way home from Red Cloud, Nebraska
Funeral services over the body
of the Late James M. Steward will be
conducted next Monday afternoon.

The Remains of James M. Steward, age 75, former representative of Fairfield County , who died Thursday evening in Red Cloud Nebraska will arrive in Circleville Sunday night and will be taken to his birthplace, the home of his brother Lewis Steward several miles west of Amanda. Funeral services will be conducted from Dutch Hollow Church at one o'clock Monday afternoon and burial will take place at Reber Hill Cemetery beside his wife Amelia Dunnick Steward who died nine years ago.

Mr Steward was connected with the Lancaster Public Schools for years and was a representative to the State Legislature from Fairfield County in 1976-77-78 at which time he resided near Marcey.

Eight years ago he went to Nebraska and ever since then has made his home with his oldest son Charles E. Steward. Six children survive: Charles E. of Red Cloud, Nebraska, J. Clarence of Bloden, Neb., Lewis M. of Sanginaw, Mich., Mrs. Charles Hnerstein of Sandusky, OH, Mrs.John Aubushon of Red Cloud and Miss Florence M. Steward, a music teacher of Circleville. He also leaves two brothers, Lewis of Amanda and Dr. Charles Steward of Ashville, and a sister Miss Sara Steward of Amanda.

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Almeda DUNNICK (Mrs)
  Wife of Edison DUNNICK, See Edison
  Private in Revolutionary War records 1775-1783. (roll/box 25)
  Source Ancestry.com (Aug. 3, 2001) Revolutionary War. This database is a collection of records kept by the National Archives listing men who fought for the colonies during the war. Transferred from microfilm ...426,000 individuals.... Each record provides the soldier's name, company and unit of service. Additionally, rank information is included along with box and roll numbers in the National Archives to aid the researcher in obtaining copies of the original record. For Ancestry.com patrons seeking Revolutionary War ancestors, this is available on cd rom. (I have not gotten this)
Amy Estella (BLACK) DUNNUCK (see Mancil Howard DUNNUCK)
  b. 1876, married 1893 d. 1931
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Ana //Anna Mae DUNNUCK
  d/o Victor A. & Emma (WAGNER) DUNNUCK
  b. circa 1924
  + Don Lewis THORTON June 21st, 1945 , s/o Lewis Thorton and Florence Elizabeth Foley
  They had 3 sons M.D.T. // T.N.T // and J.L.T
  Mentioned in Spring 99 "Cornell Engr. Magazine.
  b. circa 1884 in Austria (age 36 in the 1920 census)
  Source: 1920 Census for Cleveland, Cuyahoga Co. OH
Andrew Neldo DUNNICK
  + Ruth Alene Pierce, d/o Robert E. and Addie Naomi (REAVIS) PIERCE
  3 children, (living in 2003) MRD (f) , MRD (m) , MD (m)
  (Iowa bunch)
Angelina L. DUNNICK See Agnes Lee DUNNUCK - (see AGNES above for more details.)
. . . . . . . . . . also called Angie Lee
  d/o Nicholas & Margaret (MANTLE) DUNNICK (see Agnes !!)
  b. Dec. 2, 1852, Sangamon County, IL Near Mechanicsburg. * see below
  Called Angel in the 1860 census & Angelina in the 1870 census.
  Angie - Living in the 1925 census in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co. IA. - age 70 - parents listed as Nicholas & Margaret both born in OH..
  m. David Wesly STOOKEY, 7 March 1883, Sangamon Co. IL
  m. D. Wesley STOCKEY of Buffalo (IL) age 30 m. Angie L.DOMINICK of Mechanicsburg, age 31 at Mechanicsburg Methodist Church by the Rev. Winterbottom on 7 March 1883
  David (b. 1854/1855 - )
  of Lincoln, Logan Co., IL
  Daniel Living in the 1925 census in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co. IA. - age 70 -parents listed as Daniel and Caroline (Goodner) STOOKEY b. IL/IL/IL
  Mother's obit (1902) lists her as Mrs. D.W. Stookey of Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
  Children: See Agnes Lee Dunnuck 6 children (listed above)
  Sources: 1860 & 1870 Census, Sangamon Co., IL // Sangamon Co., IL marriage
index 1878-89, page 108 // Mechanicsburg IL Methodist Church, Sangamon Co.
IL, privately publ 1986, Allers & Gochanour, page 4// Biography of Margaret Dunnick, page 958, History of Sangamon County Illinois - History of Illinois, by Inter-State Publishing Company, 1881 - calls her Angie Lee //
  1905 living 400 5th Avenue, Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa - postal records at Ancestry.com
  1910 census for Cedar Rapids, Linn, Iowa Westley D Stookey 46// Angie Stookey 45 // Margaret Stookey 16 // Dede Stookey 13 // Carl W Stookey 11 // Louis L Stookey 8 Keith J Stookey 7
  1920 census living Cedar Rapids, Ward 5, Linn Co. IA. Children with them are: Margaret age 36 single, son Keith J. age 27 single and ? L. age 28 single.
  1925 living Cedar Rapids, Linn Co. IA. Angie and Daniel both 70 - not children with them.
  1930 census Son Carl and his family living with parents in Cedar Rapids, Linn Co. IA
  b. "Angie Lee was born in 1852 in Sangamon County Illinois near Mechanicsburg on
the Nicholas Dunnuck farm. She was my grandmothers teacher in the little one-room
school house." source: Shirley Schuldt
  A Daniel W. Stookey, age 26, in the 1880 census of Mechanicsburg is listed as a
boarder (not with the Dunnuck's); tilemaker, born in IL as were his parents. related to
  1830 census for Linn County Iowa lists both Daniel W. and Angie L. as 77. Carl W. as 40, and Carl's wife Vera as 36. Their children Dorothy G age 9 and Carol L as age 3.
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Ann ( nee ???) DUNNUCK (Mrs.) See Omar DUNNUCK
Ann (Auchterlonie) DUNNUCK
  wife/of Samuel Rollin Jr., who was s/o Samuel R. (Sr.) and wife Mary J. (MEYER) DUNNUCK
  Ann & Samuel wed 30 January 1945
  b. 31 July 1924 in Brooklyn, NY d/o A. James and Helen (TITCOMB) AUCHTERLINIE.
  d. 24 Dec. 2001 IN at Regency Place, South Bend, IN - extended illness
  Lived in Niles, MI // grew up in Grosse Pointe and Birmingham Michigan.
  graduated Stephans College in marketing.
  SS card Issued Michigan
  Survived by her husband, a son and a daughter.
  Welsheimer Funeral Home
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  d/o John (b. 1773) and Sarah (HUGHES) DUNNUCK
  b. March 9, 1819. Ohio -- Date from Jesse Leazenby family bible, location from census on son Elisha listing location parents born.
  d. Jan 28, 1899 - Bible
  m. Jesse LEAZENBY on Sept 17, 1835 at "residence of the brides father" in Ohio as recorded on the marriage license in Bible (the copyright on the bible page is "1873 Loag, Pr., Philad...." and is signed by John Davis, Adam Alkire, John Froutner, and Elisha G. Dunnuck) (Adam the father or Adam the son??)
  on line source gives marriage as Sept 11, 1835. and the names as Eleasenbe and Dunneck.

These pages are contributed material made available for assistance in researching marriages which may have occurred in Pickaway County for the period 1800 through 1850. Note that prior to Pickaway County's formation (1810), the territory now known as Pickaway County was originally Ross County; on 30 Apr 1803, roughly the northern half of now-Pickaway County was a part of Franklin County (upon that county's formation from Ross County territory); the southern half remained Ross County. It is not until 10 Mar 1810 that Pickaway County stands as its own entity. Information found on these marriage records pages should be used as reference points only. Always verify any data found here with the original marriage records, located in the Probate Court Office at the Pickaway County Courthouse, or possibly in the Ross and/or Franklin County Courthouse for pre-1810 records.
  b. March 13, 1810 in Ohio Date from Jesse Leazenby family bible, location from census on son Elisha listing location parents born.
  d. March 11, 1890 - Bible
  Migration: Both Ann & Jesse were born in Ohio, and married there in 1835. In June 1839 Jesse purchased land in Kosciusko County Indiana and can be found there in the 1840 census. In 1850 he is in White county, IN. Son Elisha lived there until 1884/5 when he moved to Nebraska where he is found in the 1900 census
  They had 12 children: Rebecca J. // Jacob H. // George N. // Henry B. // James P.// Richard E // William T. // Isaac W. // David N. // Elizabeth A. // Elisha G. // Sarah C. // Christina A.
  Source: The Jesse Leazenby Family Bible, and 1900 census for son Elisha Leazenby giving places of birth for his parents. Donated by Diana Kunath, a GG grandchild of Ann (Dunnuck) Leazenby's
  Source: D. Sheldon COPELAND // first to make me aware that she existed.
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  b. Nov. 11, 1912, Miami Co., IN (birth index 108)
  d/o William M. and Hannah C. (MILLER) DUNNUCK
  Anna is born after 1880 -not listed in the 1880 census.
  b. March 9, 1884
d. January 3, 1932 Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Miami County, IN.
  + James H. ELDRIDGE on March 29, 1900 Miami Co. IN.// She was 16, he was 23 per 1930 census
  Cemetery index lists the name as ELDREDGE as does the 1930 census
  b.1871 in IN & d. 1936. Buried Mt. Hope Cemetery, Miami County, IN. Tombstone for dates, and census for birth location.
  1910 James working Saw Mill... 1930 James bridge carpenter for Railroad.
  James L. Eldridge b. Feb. 11, 1914, d. Feb. 14, 1914
  Children: Child b.&d bef. 1910, Katheryn b. ca 1907, Mary b. ca 1912, Delite, James L. b&d 1914
  Children from 1910, 1920 census Miami Co. IN. //Anna's birth and death & Delite's name from the notes of Frances (Mrs. Joseph) Dunnuck of Indianapolis.
  1930 census name spelled Eldredge. Miami Co. IN.
  d/o Mr. _____ and Mary Ann (___) DUNNUCK See Mary Ann
  b. circa 1871 in NJ. (Father born in Ireland)
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Anna May (or Mae) DUNNUCK
  d/o Victor and Emma (WAGNER) DUNNUCK
  m. Don Lewis THORTON - They wed June 21, 1945
in 1952 they were living in Glenville, California.
He was the son of Lewis & Florence Elizabeth (FOLEY) THORTON who were wed in 1920
  They had three sons M.D.T.// T.N.T // J.L.T.
  Source: Victor's obituary
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Ann, Annie N/ Fannie/ Fanny (See Fannie)
  d/o Nicholas & Margaret (MANTEL) DUNNUCK
  b. circa 1854 near Mechanicsburg, IL
  m. Matthew F. WENDLING, Sept 29, 1886 is Sangamon Co., IL
  of Quincy, IL in 1902
   Sources: 1860 & 1870 Census for Sangamon Co. IL // Sangamon Co. IL
marriage index 1878-1889. [page 118] // 1902 Obit of her Mother.
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 Ann Eleanor DUNNOCK
  d/o Joshua and Margarett (GRIFFITH) DUNNOCK
  b. Feb. 17, 1836 OH
  d. Jan. 29, 1896 bur. Mechanicsburg Cem. Sangamon Co. IL
  Obit: Illinois State Register (Springfield) publ. Feb. 9, 1896, page 5. Mrs. A.E. Mantle, age 59 died Jan 29 at Mt. Pulaski (IL). Born. Fairfield Co. OH. Married: Feb. 3, 1857 "this county" to George Mantle. Survived by 3 daughters Mrs. Clara Gordon & Misses Eva & Ada Mantle.
  (living in 1891 probate papers of her father) -"Ann Mantle - daughter"
  m. George MANTLE, 29 Jan 1857, source: Sangamon Co, IL - marriage index Vol. 3, page 205. Ann's surname spelled Dunnick.
( Louesa Keys, niece of George & Ann - has them as married Feb. 3, 1853- so does her Obit.)
  George (Jr.) was the oldest child of George (b. 1794 in VA) & Rachel (b. circa 1799 in KY) MANTLE. The 1850 Census has the MANTLE family in rural Sangamon Co. IL. From the births of their children, we know they lived in Fayette Co. Ohio between 1830-1845. They settled in IL between 1845-49, and I assume they arrived with Nicholas DUNNICK and group.

b. Oct. 23, 1831, probably in Fayette Co. OH.
(the 1850 census lists his age as 21 b. circa 1829)
(the 1860 census lists his age as 30 b. circa 1830)
(the 1870 census lists his age as 40 b. circa 1830)
(cemetery index has him as d. May 9, 1879, age 60y, 5m 10d)


d. May 9, 1879

  8 Children: --

5 died young -- Maggie (1857-62) , Nellie (b. 1860-75), Willie (b. 1861-62), Joshua (b. 1868-70) Etta (b. 1863-1889).

Three daughters survived: Mrs. Harvey (Clara) GORDAN of Mt. Pulaski (b. 1865),
Mrs. Frank (Eva) PRUNTY (b. 1870) and Mrs. George (Ada) SUEDMEIER.(b.
1873) SEE the Descendancy chart on THOMAS for more details on these
  A George Mantle, Farmer, Methodist from Ohio is listed as a farmer in Section 25,
Chester Twp, Logan Co., IL p 463, History of Logan Co., 1878 by Donnelley Loyd
& Co., Chicago 1878 reproduced in 1993.
  1870 census for Chester township, Logan Co., IL. series M593, Roll 248, part 1, page 2a lists: George still living, a farmer age 40. Anne E. age 30 and children Nellie 8, Etta 6 and Clara 4.
  1880 census for Mt. Pulsaki, Logan Co., IL has Ann, age 44 a widow and Children Etta, Clara, Eva and Ada living with her.
  Source: Sangamon Co. IL 1850 Federal Census (H.H. #1993) Reel No. M432-127
page 270B .//1860 Census for Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co. IL- HH 2536/2543 // 1870 IL Census Index by Heritage Quest Bountiful, UT. 1999// 1880 Logan Co (IL) Village of Mt. Pulaski IL // Obit of Anne in the Illinois State Journal Feb. 9, 1896, page 5 // Probate papers Joshua Dunnock 1891 Franklin Co. KS // Sangamon
Co., IL Marriage index. Vol. 3, page 205// Virginia Magazine of History &
Vol. 26, page 425 Gorsuch Family by Louesa J. Keys
(1875-1957)-Grandaughter of Joshua.
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Annette H. "Nettie" DUNNUCK
  3rd wife of William Arthur DUNNUCK
  d/o. Maiden Name was MILLER
  b. March 9, 1884 in MO
  + 5 April 1961 in Los Agneles, CA He was 83 and she was 77.
  d. Oct. 12, 1961 Los Angeles, CA
resided in Covina, CA
  California Department of Health ...& vital statistics, death index //
  Also living in Covina, CA is another female, Dessa E. DUNNUCK b. Aug. 21, 1879, d. Jan 7, 1960 Dessa's mother's maiden name was HEATH. Dessa was born in PA Dessa was William A. 2nd wife.
  d/o Isaac DUNNICH
  b. circa 1869 Iowa of Lynn Grove, Jasper Co. IA in 1880
  w/o Isaac DUNNICH
  b. circa 1851 of Lynn Grove, Jasper Co. IA in 1880
Anna DUNNICK and Anna Marie (sisters b. 1905 and 1903)
  daughters of Arnout and Nella DUNNICK
  Anna b. 1905 IA
Anna Marie b. 1903 in IA
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Anngjie DUNNICK (see )
  wife of Isaac DUNNICK
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Antonia Ette DUNNICK
  m. Jacob STERRENBURG, Marion Co. IA, on March 23, 1898
  Source, Marion Co., IA Marriage index.
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Arletta Miller DUNNUCK
  d/o John and Catherine (LEAZENBY) DUNNUCK
  b. Feb. 11, 1853 in IN (Twin to Edward Sale DUNNUCK)
  + Albert HOUGH +.summer 1870. Albert was b. 1843 and was a farmer born in Quebec, Canada
  1870 living with Father, Albert not there
  1880 census living Inman, Otter Tail, MN

Children: William H. b. circa 1871-KS, Sarah E. born about 1873 in KS, John O. born about 1876 in Iowa, and Cora P. born about 1879 in MN.
  Source: 1870 census for Washington Twp., Washington Co. KS, Series M 593, Roll 442, part 1, page 336B. (genealogy.com) and // 1880 census records for Inman, Otter Tail, MN, NA film # T9-0628, page 199B. from LDS)
Arletta Belle "Arley" (DUNNUCK) PAYNE
  d/o Edward Sale and 2nd wife Lelia Ann (STANLEY) DUNNUCK
  b. Sept 1888/or/89 KS/IN/IA b. 1890 = cemetery info.
  d. (Evergreen Cemetery, in Colorado Springs, CO. has 1890-1983 - Sept 27, 1983)
Swan Lake Funeral Home.
   + Mr.(withheld) Payne
  children: 1 daughter, withheld
  dau: (withheld) b. ca 1917 in CO
  1930 census for Colorado Springs (city) El Paso County, CO has
(Withheld) Payne, age 40, wed age 25 (KS/IN/PA) Clerk in Shoe store, wife Arley, age 40, wed age 26, KS/IN/IN, daughter, Katherine age 13 b. (CO/KS/KS)
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  d/o _______ and Henrietta (VanDerPol) DUNNICK of Lynnville, IA
  + .EATON
  Source: Mother's Obit in 1993
  b. circa 1859 in IA
  + Alida (Aaltje, Alice) DeRaad 23 May 1878,
d/o Jasper DeRadd and Pieternella (Pietertje) van den BERG who was born in Netherland. Could not tell if they met here or before arriving in US
  Lived in Pella area of IA check Oakwood Cemetery, Red Rock Lake area.
  I believe them to be immigrants. "To Pella, Marion County, Iowa huwde hij op 10 November 1854"
  Source: GENEALOGIE 'DE RAAD' not in English by Drs. H.T.M. de Raad,

Lit.: De oudere generaties van het geslacht De Raad te Zijderveld in Gens Nostra 48 (1993), pg. 421-433.
  s/o Dirk and Mary/Maria (MONSTER) DUNNICK
  b. circa 1893/4 in IA
  Bessie, b. circa 1897
  Children: 5 children listed in the census: Cheonice, 9, Alva 8, Pearl 6, and Lucella 3, and Martha 1.
  Source: 1930 census for Richland twp, Jasper Co., IA
  s/o Arnold & Maggie (VerDught) DUININK
  b. February 25, 1864 IN lists parents as born in Holland.
  d. Jan 10, 1948, Sully, Iowa
  m. Neltje (Nellie) MONSTER in Marion Co. IA March 5, 1885, d/o Leendert & Lena (KAMP) MONSTER

b. July 7, 1864 in IA


d. May 9, 1938, Sully, Iowa

  Both living Jasper County Iowa, Elk Creek twp. in 1920 - general farming.
  Both living Jasper County Iowa, 1930 census.
  Sons: Edward Arnold DUNNICK b. 1888 and Lane DUNNICK b. 1887
  Listed in the 1930 census, ages 66 & 65 in Lynn Grove township, Jasper Co. IA
  Source: Marriage index for Marion Co. IA // children & parents of Arnold from "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.
  s/o Isaac DUNNICH
  b. circa 1869 (source 1910 and 1920 census) IA/Holland/IA
  + Nellie/ Nella wed about 1897
  b. circa 1872 (source 1910 and 1920 census) IA/Holland/IA
  b. 3 November 1872 in Pella, Marion Co. IA, d. 14 Oct. 1943., maiden name of
de Jongh. Wed to Arnold Dunnick 1894 (source LDS familysearch files)
  1880 census for Lynn Grove, Jasper County Iowa: Lists parents as Isaac and Anna. but all the children list both parents as having been born in Holland. Anna is listed as born in IA.
  1910 census lists Nellie as having 6 children, 4 living. Floyd, age 10, Isaac S. age 9, A. Mase (dau) age 8, and Annie age 6. (T625, Roll 483, part 2, page 189)
  1920 census list the children as Floris age 20, Isaac age 18, Anna Maria age 17, and Annie age 15.
  1930 census has Arnout - 61, Nellie 58, and Annie 25 living in Keokuk Co., IA
  Arnout was engaged in general farming. In 1910 he lived in Polo Alto Township in Jasper County, Iowa. In 1920 he was living in Meadow township in Clay County, Iowa.
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Arnolda DUNNICK (see Laurence DUNNICK)
  w/o Laurence DUNNICK
  b. 1 July 1910 - lived in 1990 in Glenwood, Pope Co. MN -
  SSDI has SS card listed as issued in IA
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  b. circa 1878 KS
  Living 1910 in Canyon Co. ID See Bell DUNNUCK relationship?
  + Minna Ruse DUNNUCK she died Nampa, Idaho area on Dec. 25, 1938. her death notice is in the Caldwell News Tribune Dec. 27, 1938. Arthur survives. She was born in 1881. She is buried in the Kohlorlawn Cem.
  Children Frank, born 1910 and Lawrence Arthur b.
  Living in Benton Co. Washington where two boys were born.
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  s/o Abraham Clarkson DUNNUCK & Wife Dorothea M.(RENTZEL)
  b. 19 Sept 1907, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
  d. May 24, 1970, Indianapolis, Marion Co.IN., Bur: Washington Park East Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.
  1942 an Arthur J. Dunnick was a machine operater at an arsenal in Moliine, IL
  retired foreman for Chevrolet Commercial Body Div of General Motors... of 1002 East Tabor St.
  Hazel P.
  d. age 67 - birth and death date not give. Clipping not sourced or dated. Survived her husband. So died after 1970. Was a Brown County native but lived most of life in Indianapolis, IN. Burial in Washington Park East Cemetery. Source: her obit.
  "Mrs. Hazel P. Dunnuck, 67 years, beloved sister of Edell, Ford, Ester Bickley, Ruth Snyder, Roy, and Frank Moore....."
  No children
  Source: Their nephew, David Dunnuck

SSDI has a Hazel DUNNICK b. 27 Aug. 1906 and d. Sept 1973 in Indianapolis, IN

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  d. circa. July 12, 1895
  Obit publ Jassamine Journal, Jassamine Co. KY July 12, 1895
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  s/o James and Elizabeth (USHER) DUNNACK father born in Scotland, mother in Nova Scotia, Canada
  born July 29, 1863 Canada (Nova Scotia)
  died Feb. 6 1963 in Orange Co. FL
  Family moved to CT but he lived majority of life in Orange County, CA
  "He was indentured to a butcher when he was only 8 years old. He ran away from the butcher at age 13 and traveled to Wisconsin where he worked at lumber camps until he married".
  " ... to the Yukon where he was very successful with his gold mine."
  + Emma Augusta RICHTER, May 20, 1896
  dau. Gladys Elizabeth Mildred Dunnack b.1897/ 1898 in Washington
dau. Beatrice Augusta DUNNACK b. 1900/1901 in Canada
  Arthur, Gladas and Emma are listed as miners, Dawson City, Yukon territory (see Gladas and Emma.) These Dunick's were in present in the Yukon Territory sometime between / after 1897-1901
  A. W. Dunnack had gold claim in "Sulpher Creek".
  The Gold rush began Aug. 17, 1896 when the first gold was discovered. The impact on the U.S. and western Canada. Dawson City was at the confluence of the Klondike and Yukon Rivers.
  Source California Death Index
  Source: The Only Yukon-Alaska Directory for 1901, by Ferguson, publ by Barnes & Baber. also Family Chronicle publ the list in their 1996 Sept/Oct issue commemorating the gold rush centennial. Now see Internet address for listing at http://www. familychronicle.com/klondike.htm
  Source: Records of Cheryl Dunnack, 2001
  Later they returned to Washington State, eventually settling in Orange Co. CA. Arthur lived to be 99 years old.
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Arthur William DUNNUCK (see William "Arthur" DUNNUCK)
 caution !!! might be son of Edward Sale DUNNUCK and first wife Martha (REDDICK) DUNNUCK --William Arthur DUNNUCK
  Said he was the Grandson of John and Catherine (LEASENBY) DUNNUCK lived in Lakewood, CA. and was living at the age of 87 in the 1980's early 1990's which doesn't fit Might this actually be a great grandson of John & Catherine? - and grandson of Edward Sale ? He would have been born in the 1890's. William Arthur "Arthur" was born in 1877. See William who was also called Arthur.
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  probl b. in Sully, IA in the 1920's, living in Pheoniz AZ in 1996
  Sister Evelyn B. (DUNNICK) Van Genderen who died age 72 - obit publ Oct. 4, 1996 Des Moines Register.
  See following.
  SSDI-Rootsweb of Sun City, Maricopa, Arizona
Born: 4 Mar 1921 Died: 20 Dec 2007
State (Year) SSN issued: Iowa (Before 1951
  d/o Frank E. and Mattie M. (KELLY) DUNNUCK of Warsaw,
  b. July 2, 1916, WPA birth records - age 13 in the 1930 census for Kosciusko Co., IN
get d. Her obit publ. 3 Apr 1984 Warsaw Times Union
  + Willard NAGLER

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