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B. Elaine DUNNUCK (See Elaine)
  d/o Maurice DUNNUCK
  wife of: (see) Herman Dunnuck of Indianapolis, IN
  b. 13 Oct. 1919
  d. Jan. 1983, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN.
  Son: David, no others
  Source: David Dunnuck and SSDI
Barbara "Ellen" DUNNUCK
  d/o Emanuel & Sarah (LANDIS) DUNNOCK (UCK)
  b. in Ohio- 1870 census of Amanda Twp., Fairfield Co. OH lists her age as 22. She is still living at home.
  b. Aug. 16, 1847
  d. Oct. 10, 1895 (single)
  The Shallenberger Lineage by Virginia Carpenter Jensen and George Jensen Jr. (e-mail gjansen(a)3-cities.com.)
 Barbara Jane (DUNNUCK) SCHORI
  d/o Fred William and Golden Marie (JONES) DUNNUCK
  b. 16 November 1927 Ligonier, IN
  d. 2 August 2005, Marshal Co., IN. of scleroderma. buried New Oakhill Cemetery, Plymouth, IN.
  + Robert L. SCHORI They wed 25 May 1946 at Bourbon, Marshall Co., IN
  b: 1 NOV 1925 in Nappanee, IN d. 3 May 1987
  Long time residents of Plymouth, IN Restaurant owners.
  3 children: two daughters and a son. --- 8 grandchildren, and in 2005 3 great grandchildren.
  Sister to Robert W. DUNNUCK of Warsaw and 1/2 sister to Ilene (HOFFER) PARKER of Warsaw.
  Source: Robert's obit. The Fort Wayne (IN) News-Sentinel, publ. Feb. 11, 1999, Page 6S
Source Barbara's obit. //1930 census for Atwood, IN (Kosciusko Co., Harrison township)
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Barbara Elizabeth DUNNUCK
  d/o Chester (b. 1875) and 2nd wife Olive (KLINE) Casmier DUNNUCK
  b. Jan 13, 1918 - St. Joseph Co. IN,
Index to Birth Records, St. Joseph Co. 1882-1920, Vol. I, page 170.
  d. July 1982 Granger, St. Joseph County, Indiana
  m. #1 James Russell GAYLOR married August 4, 1940
James was b. March 28, 1908 and lived in South Bend until 1949.
(They had a daughter, Kathleen, adopted.)
James died November 7, 1956 and is buried in Highland Cemetery, South Bend, IN.
  m. #2 Mr. William SEATON
  She was living in Granger IN in 1982
  daughter of James & Barbara -- adopted daughter Kathleen b.14 Nov. 1948.
 check this 2 daughters - source? - does that include Kathleen? - by whom? I don't believe this is correct - needs checking
  Source: Chester's Father's obit.// Index to Birth Records, St. Joseph Co. IN 1882-1920, Vol. I:A-H // Chart of John F. DUNNUCK's children and grandchildren prepared by Mrs. Joseph Dunnuck for Dawn Dunnuck, shared with us by Dawn's son, N. Gene DUNNUCK. Another similar copy in the possession of David DUNNUCK// James R. Gaylor's obit. publ. November 9, 1956 and funeral card donated by N. Gene DUNNUCK

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Bathsheba DUNICK
  m. Benjamin COLLINS Jan 30, 1755
  Son Moses COLLINS b. Jan 1756
Beatrice Augusta DUNNACK
  d/o Arthur and Emma A. (RICHTER) DUNNACK
  b. July 1, 1900 Dawson City, Yukon, Canada.
  Source: Cheryl Dunnack
Beatrice DUNNUCK - See Ada Beatrice "Bee" DUNNUCK (Mrs. Tuttle)
  d/o Henry "Otto" & Ethel DUNNUCK
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  d/o John and Sarah (HUGHES) DUNNUCK
  m. Thomas KEYS 29 Oct. 1835, Pickaway Co., OH
  Source: D. Sheldon COPELAND
  (online - Ohio History Network, Pickaway Co. OH has the name spelled Dunnock/Keyes)
also Vital Records Index North America (cdrom disks) (LDS, 1998)
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  d/o Samuel and Rebecca (BELL) DUNNUCK wed 1822
  b. circa 1834 in Ohio
  Living 1850 census in OH Single - with parents in Walnut township, Pickaway County Ohio - age 16
  d. before 1906
  Source: for birth: H. Marie DUNNUCK //same birth date from Steve Hartman
  Source for death: Steve Hartman
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Belle (Jennings) DUNNUCK
  wife of Henry Albert (BERT) DUNNUCK
  (d/o Elmer JENNINGS and (Pauline?) death info
  b. Dec. 18, 1883 KS
  b. 1885 - per the 1930 census- age 45, Payette, Payette Co. ID
  b. 1884 Lived Canyon Co., ID in 1910 census, age 26
  b. 1885 age 83 death certificate in Jan 1969
  1916 Business Directory for Payette, ID Lists H. Burt Dannuck as a Tailor at new Plymouth.
New Plymouth Population 385. Canyon county. A village on the Payette river A weekly newspaper the Sentinel is published.

Source: Publ. R.L. Polk & Co., Idaho State Gazetteer and Business Directory 1916, Volume VIII
  SS card issued in OR in 1965
  d. Jan. 20, 1969 in Portland, Multnomah County, OR, buried Jan 22, 1969 (death certificate - lists age as 83 - which is inconsistent) death certificate #1361
  + Henry Albert "Bert" DUNNUCK. Before 1908
  Also living in Canyon Co.ID in 1910 were Arthur age 32, Bert, 34 and (daughter) Phyllis age 2.
  Sources: 1910 Canyon Co. ID census / Oregon Death Certificate #1361.// SSDI
  Buried Hillcrest Cemetery in Union County Oregon with Henry A.DUNNUCK
  Also see brother-in-law William Arthur DUNNUCK his wife is also a JENNINGS.
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Bence DUNNICK Of Norrisville, Hartford Co. MD
  Son: Robert (Sr.)
  Source Vickie Dunnick a g-granddaughter. / on-line query
  b. age 33 -- circa 1877 in PA -- single
  Of Philadelphia, Philadelphia - a boarder in the home of Jane Lewis
  Source: 1910 Miracode Census Index at Ancestry.com Aug. 2, 2001
  (there is a Benson Leib., son of Charles) b. circa 1877 Hopewell, York Co. PA) same?? 
  also 1910 - 445h ward, Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA T 624 - film 1412, part 2, page 90A
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Benjamin Elroy "Elroy" DUNNICK
  s/o Benjamin Moore and 2nd wife Mary (BELONG) DUNNICK
  b. April 28, 1901 Logan County, Ohio, (near Jackson Center, Ohio)
  The Lancaster Daily Eagle mentions "Elroy" visiting Benjamin Dunnick & family in 1924. The article mentioning Grove City is under the heading of Centropolis.
  d. February 25, 1925 in an auto train accident - two miles east of Columbus. Buried Reber Hill Cemetery, Circleville, Ohio.
  another article mentions Elroy age 26 & Mrs. Charles Schultz age 60 killed by a N.Y. Central Passenger Train. Both of Green Castle, OH. Publ in the Lima News (OH) Feb. 27, 1925
  d. February 26, 1925 Ohio Death Certificate, Franklin Co. OH Book #4660, certificate #08311
  Source: Historical Account of the Peters Family, compiled by June (Shaull) LUTZ, 1986, Pages 137. Donated by Roland & Karla STEWARD of Nebraska.// Jo Ann Mathis
  To read following account of the accident ( click here) shared with us by JoAnn Mathis. (I assume it is from a newspaper clipping)
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Benjamin Henton DUNNUCK

Benjamin H.
Original in possesion of webmaster

s/o John W. and Henrietta (SCOTT) DUNNUCK
b. 26 January 1841 Palestine, Kosciusko, Co. IN
d. 14 January 1931, at the Indiana Old Soldier's Home near Lafayette, IN. Buried in Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN
1870 census spelled Demick/Domick Page 448A Seward township, Kosciusko County, Indiana, Post Office Beaver Dam. Taken August 12, 1870. Benjamin age 29 proprietor of a saw mill. b. IN. wife Nancy age 21, b. IN and daughter Flora A. age 1. With them is Martha Messersmith, age 13.


Benjamin H.
Original in possesion of webmaster

1880 census for Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN lists Benjamin, age 38 as a Lumber merchant. His wife is Sarah, age 23 - The census does not list children, Flora, William and Omer

1880 census for Harrison township, page 28, taken June 17, 1880 lists Benjamin's children by Nancy with his parents John and Henrietta Dunnuck. Flora is 11 and William is 9. In the census they are erronously listed as "daughters" but they their grandchildren. Benjamin's second wife, Sarah, had a new baby, Omer Earl that was born June13th 1870 and is not listed in the 1870 census.
  1889-1889 City directory for Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN lists B.H. DUNNUCK, Miss Flora A and Wm M. DUNNUCK living at 27 Hayes Street.
(where is Sarah (Wife 2) & children?) Source Rootsweb - need to check this.

Photos of Tombstones 

"Lumber Trade ..."
"Then 1889 was the day of much lumber business in Warsaw. Fresh and cured sawed lumber could be purchased from ...., from Daniel Hardman at 230 West Market.... Street numbers then were not the same as now. Extensive log yards were in the west part of town. Quite a community had grown up around the old depot on Union street so much that it was called West Warsaw." From Warsaw in 1889, Part 2, by Geo. Nye
  1910 census for Wayne township, Kosciusko County, IN, series T624, Roll 357, book 2, page 219b has Benjamin age 68, married 2x's listed as a commercial salesman. Wife, Sarah F. is 50 years old, married 1x for 32 years and having had 4 children, 2 living. Daughter Ruby G is 21 years and single.
  1920 census for 3rd Ward, Warsaw, Wayne township, 2nd pct., Kosciusko County IN. series T625, roll 439, pt 2, page 277a has Benjamin 78 and Sarah F 6?
  1930 Census has Benj. 89 and Sarah 72. Living on West South Street.
  m.#1 Nancy MESSERSMITH 18 Apr. 1867 she was the daughter of Ephraim and Matilda (or Mililda) (WORSHAM) MESSERSMITH of Fayette & Kosciusko Counties in IN. Ephraim was b. 28 Feb 1813 in Tazewell Co. VA and d. 9 November 1856 in Kosciusko Co., IN and buried in the Old Palestine Cemetery. Ephraim & Matilda were wed in 1836 in Fayette Co., IN.
Benjamin & Nancy were wed in Kosciusko Co. IN. The marriage index has April 14th - but I have the original license which says the 18th.
Nancy's siblings were all born in Kosciusko Co., IN. They were Jeremiah b. 1838, Elizabeth b. 1839, Andrew b. 1843, Benjamin b. 1845, Francis b. 1851, George b. 1854 and Martha b. 1857. (Ephraim d. in 1856 and is buried in Old Palestine Cemetery in Harrison twp.) His wife was born 21 Oct. 1821 in Connersville twp., Fayette Co., IN.
  Nancy's parents appear in the 1840 Kosciusko Co. Census. It looks like Ephram and wife, two children, a son and daughter (probably Jeremiah & Elizabeth both born in IN) and an older male, Jefferson b. ca 1809 in VA. with no occupation.
In the 1850 census for Franklin township, Kosciusko Co., IN. Ephraim is age 35 b. VA, and listed with his is 29 year old wife Millilsdia who was born in IN. Also with them is a Jefferson Messersmith, age 41, who had no occupation.. (perhaps an older brother. ?? handicapped ? ) None of the adults can read or write. Children in the household are Jeremiah age 12 and Elizabeth age 10 (probably from the 1840 census) and Andrew J. age 7, Benjamin age 5, Nancy age 1.

Nancy b. April 23, 1849


d. May 5, 1871 d. age 22 yrs.______, 12 days.

  Nancy had two children:
Flora (Mrs. J.A. BALL) Flora died in childbirth along with her child
William M. died of TB. He never wed and had no children
  m. #2 Sarah Frances MITCHELL, daughter of Amos and Elvira (SELF) MITCHELL.
m. June 17, 1877 at Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN

b. May 11, 1857 west of Milford, Kosciusko County, IN


d. Feb. 18, 1944 while visiting daughter in Peru, IN. Bur. Warsaw, IN
Member of Warsaw United Brethren Church


Sarah's siblings: Nancy (1852-1855), Rosetta C. b. 1854, Sarah F. 1857, Thursa E. b. circa 1859, Edward b. 1862, Jasper N. b. circa 1863, Hattie M. b. circa 1869, Margen E. (f) b. circa 1872, Minnie B. b circa 1875 Her parents lived in Empire, Ellsworth County, Kansas in 1880. Sarah's brother Edwin Mitchell lived in Santa Rosa, CA in 1944.

  four children by Sarah. Omer Earl, (b. 1880) Elma Pearl, (b. 1883) infant daughter, Ruby Glendola. (b. 1888)
  Civil War- Union: Benjamin H. was a Sergeant , in Co. K. Unit 74 Indiana Infantry. I have one of his civil war diaries and original discharge papers. Benjamin enlisted August 18, 1862 and mustered out at Washington D.C. on June 9, 1865. They fought in the battle of Munfordville in KY in 1862 & 1863, Chickamauga in Georgia in Sept. 1863, Missionary Ridge in TN and were in Sherman's march on Georgia in 1864. Jonesboro, Calhoun and Kingston. When the war was over, with his company, he marched to Washington where he wrote his name in gold leaf on the dome of the nation's capitol. Benjamin was one of the first in his area to apply for a pension shortly after Congress enacted it. His wife applied for survivors benefits.

SERVICE. Battle of Perryville, Ky., Battle of Stone's River December 30-31, 1862, and January 1-3, 1863. Battle of Chickamauga September 19-21. Siege of Chattanooga, Tenn., September 24-November 23. Chattanooga-Ringgold Campaign November 23-27. Lookout Mountain November 23-24. Mission Ridge November 25. Pea Vine Creek and Graysville November 26. Ringgold Gap, Taylor's Ridge November 27. Regiment re-enlisted January 1, 1864. Atlanta (Ga.) Campaign May 1-September 8, 1864. Demonstrations on Rocky Faced Ridge May 8-11. Buzzard's Roost Gap May 8-9. Battle of Resaca May 14-15. Advance on Dallas May 18-25. Operations on Pumpkin Vine Creek and battles about Dallas, New Hope Church and Allatoona Hills May 25-June 5. Pickett's Mill May 27. Operations about Marietta and against Kenesaw Mountain June 10-July 2. Pine Hill June 11-14. Lost Mountain June 15-17. Assault on Kenesaw June 27. Ruff's Station, Smyrna Camp Ground, July 4. Chattahoochie River July 5-17. Buckhead, Nancy's Creek, July 18. Peach Tree Creek July 19-20. Siege of Atlanta July 22-August 25. Utoy Creek August 5-7. Flank movement on Jonesboro August 25-30. Near Red Oak August 29. Battle of Jonesboro August 31-September 1. Operations against Hood in North Georgia and North Alabama September 29-November 3. March to the sea November 15-December 10. Siege of Savannah December 10-21. Campaign of the Carolinas January to April, 1865. Averysboro, N. C., March 16. Battle of Bentonville March 19-21. Occupation of Goldsboro March 24. Advance on Raleigh April 10-14. Occupation of Raleigh April 14. Bennett's House April 26. Surrender of Johnston and his army. March to Washington, D. C., via Richmond, Va., April 29-May 19. Grand Review May 24. Moved to Louisville, Ky., June and there mustered out July 21, 1865.

Regiment losses during service: 5 Officers and 108 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and 196 Enlisted men by disease. Total 310.
The webmaster also has a copy of a one of Benjamin's civil war diaries. (I have heard there were 7 diaries)
  B. H. Dunnuck & brother-in-law Everly purchased land in Seward, Co. KS. ( Nov. 21, 1887, Feb. 23, 1888, Mar. 20, 1889) according to old records found in his daughter, Ruby Dunnuck Nusbaum's papers, after her death in 1962.
  A record at LDS, batch 500931, sheet 1 gives Nancy's surname as MESSERSMITH and the date as the 14th.
  Sources: Geographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago, IL , Publ. 1887, Pages 449-50. Obituary from a Warsaw, IN Newspaper, The Benjamin Dunnuck family BIBLE. Marriage Index, A-Z, Allen County, IN Page 809. Original Marriage license in possession of webmaster. Tombstones. Personal knowledge and family records, documents and photos. Census data from 1850-1930.
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Benjamin DUNNUCK
   Civil War: enlisted 18 Aug. 1862 in H Co. 132 Inf. Reg. OH, from Camp Chase OH

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Benjamin Moore DUNNICK
s/o Benjamin Tallman DUNNUCK and his wife Minerva ASHBROOK
b. March 18, 1856 near Ringgold, OH
d. June 7, 1937 Grove City, Franklin County, OH Source: OH Vital Records index - Volume 3463, death Certificate 78498 (OH Historical Society) Bur. Reber Hill Cemetery, Ashville, OH,

Obituary publ in the " Columbus Dispatch" (Ohio) on June 8, 1937 Page: 6 A also June 8, 1937 Page 2 A
  of Grove City, OH in 1930
  m.#1 Mary Ruffina BROBST m. 13 Feb. 1878, Fairfield Co., OH d/o David & Leah (CULP) BROBST
  . . . . . .b. 14 Jan. 1858 Bloom Twp., Fairfield Co., OH
  . . . . . .d. 18 Aug. 1878 at Fairfield Co. OH -- buried in the Brobst Marcy Cemetery Pickaway Co., OH age 20 years 7 months 4 days
  . . . . . .Son: Leonard DUNNICK(b August 1878 ) d. Jan. 20, 1879, age 5 mos. and 10 days buried Brobst Marcy Cem.
  . . . . . . Mary's sister Sarah was wife of Hinton M. DUNNUCK
  Source: Cemetery index for the Brobst/Marcy Cemetery in Pickaway Co. Ohio // William A. Brobst of Kitty Hawk N.C. "Brobst/Probst Family History" also....
  Source: 2nd wife and family from the book Historical Account of the Peters Family, compiled by June (Shaull) LUTZ, 1986, Pages 133-150. Donated by Roland & Karla STEWARD of Nebraska.
  1880 census he is widowed, age 24 living Walnut twp., Pickaway Co., OH


m. #2, Mary BELONG - March 18, 1886. d/o David & Anna (STUCKEY) BELONG. two brothers survived her, Samuel and David.
. . . . .. b. June 12, 1864 in Washington township, Pickaway Co., OH
. . . . . .baptized Jan 11, 1870
. . . . . . Spoke no English when she entered school
. . . . . .d. July 10, 1941 Grove township, Franklin Co., OH of Pneumonia, Buried Reber Hill, obituary published in The Columbus Dispatch, July 11, 1941, page 6A
  Children: Whipple Ray DUNNUCK age 21, b. 1889.// Cleona Minerva DUNNICK b. 1891 //. Benjamin Elroy "ELROY" DUNNICK b. 1901 // Henton Monroe "Fremont" "ROE" DUNNICK b circa 1906. See 1910 Pickaway Co. OH Census for approx. birth dates.
  Benjamin Moore DUNNICK had no biological grandchildren. Whipple adopted the nephew of his wife. This is Benjamin's only grandchild.
  1891-92 Columbus, OH Benjamin listed as a driver in city directory
  1900 Census: Benjamin age 44, was born March 1856. He and current wife had been married 14 years. Wife, Mary was 35 years old and born June 1864. She has produced two children, Whipple R. age 11, born March 1889, and Cleona M. age 8, born August. 1891. Benjamin was a grocer and home was on Star Avenue. Source: Microfilm: series T623, roll 1266, book 2, page 191, Marion Township, Franklin County, Ohio.
  Cleona did quite a bit of genealogy work. Does anyone know of her work? I have seen some of her letters written to various family members. Would love to see her work.
  Might I have the nick name "Roe" on the wrong person? See Henton - may have also used the name Freemont.
  None of Benjamin's children produced issue. (one adopted) End of this line.

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Benjamin M. DUNNUCK
  Occupation listed in the 1891-92 Columbus Ohio City Directory as "Driver" living at the NE corner of Mound and Miller in Columbus, Ohio.
  Source: Columbus Ohio City Directory by R.L. Polk and Co. of Columbus OH 1892
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Benjamin Tallman DUNNICK
  s/o Joshua and Dianah (TALLMAN) DUNNUCK
  b. Feb. 23, 1819, Pickaway Co. OH
  d. Sept. 12, 1859, Walnut twp., Pickaway Co., OH. (Benjamin appears in the 1850 Walnut township census but not the 1860 census. - Minerva is living with daughter Iva in 1910 census .
  Guardianship papers for Benjamin T. after death of parents
  m. Minerva ASHBROOK Jan 5, 1842 or 1843, d/o William & Permillia A. (PETERS) ASHBROOK
  . . . . . . b. August 1819 Fairfield Co., OH (her parents were born in VA)
  . . . . . .d. 1910, Fairfield, Co., OH
  1850 Census has them living in Walnut Township, Pickaway Co. Ohio, (p. 19)
  1860 Census, Minerva is HH age 40. with her are Missouri 16, Amelia, 14, Pheobe S. 12, Iva A.12, Amanda 10, Mary 8, Henton M. 6, Benjamin M. 4, (Minerva's mother), Permelia Ashbrook 67 and an unrelated farm laborer. (Post office East Ringgold)
  1880 census, Walnut township, Pickaway Co. OH T9-1058, page 435C Minerva, age 61, widow - her parents both born in VA.
In household, Son Benjamin, age 24, farmer widowed and Iva daughter, single, keeps house
  1900 living in Walnut township, Pickaway County, OH.
Listed as Head of Household,age 80, a widow - seamstress.
Her daughter Ivy, single, age 52 was living with her and also a seamstress.
  From a 1906 biography of his son Henton: "His father was born, reared and educated in Walnut township and here became a prominent farmer. He died September 12, 1859"

"Our subject's mother was a daughter of William and Permelia Ashbrook, both natives of Virginia and is still living at East Ringgold, aged 87 years."
  1910 census has 90 year old Minerva living in home of Edwin & Ivy (daughter) NEWTON, Pickaway Co., OH. She is listed as Mother-in-law.
  (had 8 children) Missouri (b 1843), Amelia (b. 1845), twins Phebe E . & Iva A. (b.1847), Amanda (b.1848), Mary (b. 1852), Henton Monroe (b. 1854), Benjamin M. (b. 1856)
  Source: 1850 Pickaway Co. OH Census //1880 Census // 1900 census for Walnut township, Pickaway Co. Ohio // 1910 Census Pickaway Co. OH. // Correspondence with Andrea (Mrs.William Sachs - Ashbrook family researcher.// and many many others.
Benson Leib DUNNICK
  s/o Charles & Elizabeth (LIEB) DUNNICK
  b.2 Sept 1877 - WWI & WWII Draft Registration cards.
b. circa 1877 (age 3) Source: 1880 Census for Hopewell, York Co. PA
  Farmer/ Next of kin "Iva" B. DUNNICK both WWI (1917-18) & WWII (1943)draft registration cards.
  + Ivah E. McDonald
  Son Robert b in MD in 1916
  Wilma, g.daughter of Charles & Elizabeth-- lists Benson L. as born in 1876 and married to Iva McDonald.
  Also see Bencent above. ??
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Bernadine Rose DUNNICK
  d/o Henry and Katherine (CANNON) DUNNICK
   m. Bernard Patrick MOLLOY, October 18, 1934 in Peoria , Illinois

born March 27, 1909 in Peoria IL, and


died September 05, 1993 in Peoria IL


employed at Hiram Walker as the tool crib manager

  For many years after retirement they spent the winter in North Fort Myers, Florida and the summer in Peoria.
  Children: Gerald Francis Molloy, born May 16, 1936 in Peoria IL
 Paul Bernard Molloy, born June 21, 1938 in Peoria IL.
  Source: Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report:
Descendants of John Mitchell
  b. circa 1898 in MD (age 22 in 1920 census)
  Source:1920 census for Cincinnati Twp., Hamilton, Co. Ohio Roll T625 1388, page 4A, ED 39, Image 1099
Bernard John DUNNOCK
  s/o John Alexander Dunnock and wife Orpha Bowling
  John, father of Bernard was born March 1928 and d. Dec. 1975. Orpha had children by her first three (of five) husbands. John was her 2nd.
"Bernice" -- see: Ada "Bernice" (DUNNUCK) TUTTLE
Ada Bernice DUNNUCK, d/o Henry Otto & Ethel N. (PLUMMER) DUNNUCK
wife of Marion C. TUTTLE
  b. April 4, 1926. // April 8, 1926 in IL per funeral home info
  d. August 24, 2007 of Franconia, VA. (Resident of Alexandria, VA
  wife of Lyman Franklin DUNNUCK See Lyman (living in 2007) Married 65 years (wed about 1942)
  She was preceded in death by her son Lyman Eugene Dunnuck, and daughter Carole Ann Majors
  Other children: yes living
  15 grandchildren, 19 greatgrandchildren and one great greatgrandchild
  Interment will be at National Memorial Park Cemetery at Falls Church, VA
   Bernice's Obit: The Washington Post on, published 8/27/2007. // information from Jefferson Funeral Chapel, Alexandria, VA
  Survivors include her husband of 65 years, Lyman Dunnuck; sons, Frank & Donald Dunnuck; daughter, Bonnie Brown of Nevada; 15 grandchildren; 19 great-grandchildren, and a great-grandchild; nieces and nephews.
She and her husband moved to the Washington D.C. Metropolitan Area in 1946 and settled in Franconia, VA in 1953. Together, they owned the AAMS, Inc.
She was preceded in death by a son, Lyman Eugene Dunnuck in 1990, and a daughter, Carole Ann Majors.
Interment followed funeral services conducted on Wednesday, August 29, 2007.
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Bert DUNNUCK (see Henry Albert "Bert" DUNNUCK)
  s/o Edward Sale and first wife Martha J. (REDDICK) DUNNUCK
  b. 11 January 1876 in KS
  d. 1948
  + Belle JENNINGS (See Belle above)
  1910 Census Canyon Co. ID. Arthur age 32, Bert, 34 and (daughter) Phyllis J. age 2.
  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.
  WWI Draft records for Henry Albert DUNNUCK (Payette ID) gives birth as 11 January 1876, age 42 Wife Belle DUNNUCK "Tailoring"
Bertha Ella "Ella"(WARREN) DUNNUCK // FROST // LAUDEMAN (see Jefferson DUNNUCK)
  #1 wed Jefferson G. DUNNUCK in 1897 at LaPaz, IN, he died in 1909
  #2 wed Joseph FROST in 1912, he died in 1934
  #3 wed Henry Laudeman in 1942, he died in 1951
  "Bertha Ellen DUNNOCK + Joseph T. FROST 25 December 1912 in Marshall Co. IN. he d. in 1934
  b. Ella was born March 24, 1877, d/o James & Hulda (RADABAUGH) WARREN
source: her obit publ in the Bremen Enquirer (Indiana) publ. 17 May 1962, page 4
  d. May 10, 1962 . Huff funeral home bur May 12, Bremen Cemetery --. Bremen, IN
  Bertha had two children Edna Dunnuck and Roscoe Dunnuck
  May 1962 "Surviving with her son and sister Mrs. Marvin Snyder of North Liberty, IN are two brothers, Edward Warren of Lakeville and John Warren of South Bend; one step son, Ernest Laudeman of Bremen and two stepdaughters Mrs. Doris Mast and Mrs. Marie Shenefield both of Bremen. There are four grandchildren and fourteen great grandchildren.." (Daughter Edna d. in 1954)
  Source: her obit publ in the Bremen Enquirer (Indiana) publ. 17 May 1962, page 4
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  d/o Abraham Clarkson DUNNUCK & Dorothea "Dora" (RENTZEL)
  b. April 18, 1905, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN
  d. Feb. 10, 2000 Indianapolis, IN.at Community Hospital, South.
Bur: Washington Park East Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN.
  m. Elmer Ora DICKEY June 1922 (1902-July 5, 1947)

son of Marshall and Christine (WERNER) DICKEY
Marshall b. 7 Mar 1872 at Fayette City, IN, d. 7 Jan 1944, bur Washington Park Cem. in Indianapolis, and Christine b. in Columbus IN July 17, 1882 and d. May 1, 1939, and I assume also buried at Washington Park. Marshall & Christine m. Jan 28, 1900 in Indianapolis.
  Children: A daughter G.D. M (Mrs. W.),and two sons Jack E. Dickey (1928-2001) and R.G.D
  1930 Census for Indianapolis, Marion, Indiana, Center township. Elmer O age 28 b. IN - Bertha age 25 - Grace age 7 - and Jack 1-3/12 months. (age at marriage 19 & 17) Bertha's mother was born in Germany. Elmer was a clerk in a plumbing supply store. Lived on Richland Street.
  Bertha preceded in death by five brothers and one sister. Robert, Art, Earl, Herman, Joseph and Ida.(Mrs. COBB)
  Southport United Methodist Church; 50 year member of Eastern Star.
  Worked for 28 years as clerk for the Police and Fireman's Insurance Assoc. Retired in 1975
   Source: Bertha's obit pub. in the Indianapolis Star, Fri. Feb. 11, 2000, also Johnson Co.'s Daily Journal..// information on Elmer's parents-by grdickey(a)metopath.com // children by her nephew, David Dunnuck & Dickey site.
  A Dickey web site by
Gary D. Dickey, M.D. can be found at <<http:// www.drdickey.com>> It takes the Dickey family from 1700 in Scotland, to PA, then on to Indiana. (be sure to check it out)
Bertha "Nora" (DUNNUCK) LUKENS
  d/o Alonzo Green and Lillian (SMETHERS) DUNNUCK (his 1st wife)
  b. August 1897 in KS - per 1900 census
  Gladys and Bertha DUNNUCK left Saturday for a few weeks visit at Lanham with relatives, thence to Beatrice (NB) to visit their father.
Source: The Washington Republican-Register June 1, 1906
  + Archie McDougall LUKENS on June 12, 1920 in Leavenworth Co. KS.
  Archie may have been the son of widow Sarah Lukens of Mount Carmel, Northumberland Co. PA (1900 census)- age 44
The age is about right for Archie L. (5 yrs), but the middle initial is L. This needs further study. If this is correct his siblings are Helen age 19, Mary age 13, and Lea C (brother) age ??
  WWI, (1917) Kansas 353rd Infantry, company H. "American Expeditionary Forces" Home: Stockton, KS
  b. ca 1896 (1930 census lists his age as 35 b. PA/PA/PA
  They were living in Melbourne, FL circa 1920/21
  1920 census Archie was single working as a steel worker in a tractor factory in Leavenworth City, Leavenworth Co., KS
  1930 census lists Archie as an assistant professor at the university. Living in the city of Norman, Norman township, Cleveland County, Oklahuma.
Bertha's half-sister Fern, age 21, single was also living with them. She is listed as House Keeper in a private home.
  Children: as of the 1930 census: one child. David b. OK age 1-3/12 years.
  Source: History of Leavenworth (KS) County by Hall & Hand, 1921// Leavenworth Co. Kansas Marriages Book U, page 452
Bessie (MELLOTT) DUNNUCK Mrs. (see Oren E. DUNNUCK - 1st wife of)
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  Graduated Manning High School in Iowa in 1917 (a Neal graduated in 1918)
  w/o Arnold DUNNICK
  1930 census of Richland twp., Jasper County, IA Bessie age 32 - b. ca 1898
  + ca 1920
  b. circa 1885 - inmate at state asylum for the insane. Mahoning twp, Montour Co. PA.
  Source: 1910 census
Betty Jane Lucille DUNNICK
d/o George S. and Elsie DUNNICK
b. November 1, 1926
d. September 12, 2000
photo donated by grandaughter, Wendy Marcum-Leary
+ yes with issue
  b. circa 1916 living in 1934 Black Lick Valley, Cambria Co. PA
  Source: graduated H.S. 1934
Betty Jean (Pearcy) DUNNUCK
  wife of Lawrence DUNNUCK
  b 11 Jan 1923, SSDI
  Obituary published Wed, April 9, 1997 Indianapolis Star.
  d. 7 April 1997 last residence Indianapolis, Marion Co. IN
  Source: SSDI card issued in IN
Betty J. (ANDREWS) (1st Wayne E. Stewart) (Mrs. William M "Bill".) DUNNUCK
  wife of Wayne E. Stuart : (1st husband) Wayne was b. Dec. 9, 2009, d. after Betty on 9 Dec. 2009. His second wife was Stella Johnson who died in 1988.
  wife of : (2nd husband) William M. Dunnuck (He died in 2008) They wed July 12, 1965
  Betty was the daughter of Rex E. and Myrtle (SADDISON) ANDREWS
  b. She was born 20 August 1923 in South Bend, Indiana
  d. Betty J. died 26 March 2011 at the Greenleaf Living Center in Elkhart, IN. (obits in the Elkhart Truth and the South Bend Tribune on Mar. 29th) Burial in Chapel Hill Memorial Gardens (funeral home was Chapel Hill in Osceola, IN)
  Surviving Betty were her two daughters, both married
Janet (who's father was Wayne Stuart) and Janet's 3 children
Carla Assume Mr.William "Bill" M. Dunnuck is her father Carla has one child.

At the time of her death she had 4 grandchildren // 11 great-grandchildren,// and one great-great-grandchild
...and one of her siblings, sister Beverly J.survives.
Preceeding her in death were: her husband William M. in 2008 // brothers Jack and Harold Andrews and sister Dorothy Elston and one great-grandchild.

Bill and Betty enjoyed fishing in Edwardsburg, MI and winters in Sebring, FL.
  Betty's brother Jack: May 13, 1927-2002
Obit of her brother, Jack ANDREWS, publ in the Elkhart Truth August 6, 2002.
  Other siblings to Betty:
Donald of Manton, MI,
Harold of Elkhart, IN, and
Beverly (Mrs. Johnston) of Lansing, MI -
Per 2004 obit. of sister Dorothy's obit. Dorothy was of Sault St. Marie, MI (b. Oct. 1, 1924 - d, April 21, 2004)
  Sources: Evening News, Sault Saint Marie, MI publ April 24, 2004 - Dorothy's obit. // Betty's obit published in the Elkhart Truth (Indiana) March 29, 2011, and the Indiana "South Bend Tribune" on March 29, 2011 // and Wayne Stewart's obit -- he d. Dec., 9, 2009, his obit is the Elkhart Truth, (IN) // obit of William "Bill" M. Dunnuck May 30, 2008, the Elkhart Truth, (E-Truth) Indiana.
  of Muncie, Delaware Co. IN
  Democrat. Delegate to Democratic National Convention from Indiana, 2000, 2004. Female. Still living as of 2004.
  b. 8 August 1922
  SS card issued in Arizona (Lived in Phoenix, AZ)
  d. 17 Jan 1998
  Source SSDI
Beula (Beulah) Odessa DUNNICK
  d/o John H. and Susannah E. (HILD) DUNNICK
  b. circa 1896 in MD--Source 1910 Census
  b. 14 January 1895 -- source records of Beula's sister Wilma -- also SSDI
  b. on line Rootsweb records-- 27 August 1899 in Hopewell York Co. PA
  d. 20 June 1986 -- source records of sister. Wilma also SSDI York, York Co., PA
  d. Sept. 1970 -- on line Rootsweb records September 1970 Dallastown York County, PA. Buried Mt. Rose Cemetery, York, PA
  + Ernest MILLER -- source records of sister
  + Ernest Wiest MILLER -- on line Rootsweb records - wed 30 April 1914 in E. Hopewell, York, PA
  4 children 2 sons, 2 daus. (both Wilma's & Rootsweb records) see following
at least 5 grandchildren.
  Their Children:

Pauline E. MILLER (Mrs. Thomas W. BROWN) born November 1915 in E Hopewell, York, Pennsylvania
d. 5 NOV 1999 in Fawn Grove, York, Pennsylvania. buried Friends Cemetery, Fawn Grove, York, Pennsylvania . They had 4 children: Thomas W. Jr. 1938-1956, James L. b/d 1951, and a son & dau living
Ruth J MILLER (Mrs. Charles Robert TEST b. 1915) Ruth was born 24 June 1918 in E Hopewell, York, Pennsylvania and d. 28 November 1988 in E Hopewell, York, Pennsylvania They had 3 children.
Ernest L. MILLER, (wife Helen LEBER) they had 2 children
C. Robert MILLER
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Beverly J. "Jean" (HOLDEN) DUNNUCK
  w/o James Irwin DUNNUCK 1926-1996 Buried Rice Cemetery (see James I.)
d/o James and Mamie "Pearl" (Stiffler) HOLDEN (and another father Jack MARSHALL)
  Beverly d. age 83, Obit Goshen News publ 31, May 2011// Buried Little Pine Cemetery.
b.10 Jan. 1929, in Elkhart, IN to James & Mamie "Pearl" (STIFFLER) HOLDEN
d. 29 May 2011- of Elkhart, IN

2011, Three married daughters: C. G. L //, C. K. M. // and J.A.M. and one son, J. P. D.
// she had seven grandchildren, and seven great-grandchildren.
Beverly's siblings were:
sister Sandra Marshall of Niles, MI,
James S. Marshall (Norma) of Elkhart and
Richard D. "Corkey Marshall of Elkhart.
and sibling, Charles "Chad" MARSHALL who preceeded her in death

Billy DUNNICK (Probably Billy Eugene)
  Son of Roy Nicholas and Viola (PARTRIDGE) DUNNICK
  b. 14 September 1934
  d. July 3, 1962 of Wessington Hand, S.D.
  Source LDS File - on-line.
Billy Eugene DUNNICK
  s/o Roy Nicholas and Viola DUNNICK
  b. 14 Sept 1934 Huron SD
  d. 3 Jul 1962 - Wolsey, South Dakota
  + Deetta EISENBEIS
* 7 May 1940, Canistota, South Dakota
Lives in Wahpeton, North Dakota
oo Billy Gene Dunnick
+ 3 Jul 1962
oo2 Irvin Moeller
Source: EISENBEISZ FAMILY GENEALOGY -30-Dec-06 Compiled by: Clyde T. Eisenbeis
   2 sons & 2 daughters
  Source: SSDI Source Ancestry.com by Gregory Langbehn
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Blanche DUNNUCK (See Lorna Blanche DUNNUCK)
  d/o Marion and Christina DUNNUCK (of Indiana)
  Born April 17, 1913 -- died 13 April 2003 burial Bremen Cemetery,
  m. #1 Royce DUNNUCK ( see Royce)
Blanche survived by two sons:
Richard H. (Betty) DUNNUCK. and
Otto L. Dunnuck both of Niles Mihigan. -
8 grandchildren and 22 grandchildren
  m. #2 Floyd Earl BASKE Sept. 30, 1939 St. Joseph County, Indiana
  Source: Marriage Record Book 116, page 298, St. Joseph County, Indiana
  Blanche BASKE d. April 13, 2003. 89 years, 11 months, and 27 days Obit published in the South Bend Tribune on the 15th.
  Source: obit in Brement Enquirer, Publ. 23 April, 2003
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Blanche P. (DUNNUCK) BYRAN (operated a mobile home park)
  d/o Egbert and Minnie (KEMPER) DUNNUCK of Atchinson, KS
  I believe that "Minnie" is a nickname for Philomenia.
  b. Nov. 12 1912 Atchinson, KS,
  d. Oct. 12, 1998 in Sullivan, MO (former resident of Clinton where? MO)
  m. Floyd Leroy BRYAN Nov. 10, 1831 at Atchinson, KS
  3 Children: P.D. daughter, D.D. married to S. and daughter. J.D. Mrs.B
  Source: Obituary, Oak Ridger, Pub. Wed. Oct. 14, 1998
  A Blanche, born 1912, age 17 was living in Atchinson Co. KS in the 1930 census

Find out about Philomenia Dunnuck age 58 and George Dunnuck 23 also are living in Atchinson Co. KS. Egbert died in 1927.
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Blanche V. (WALTERS) DUNNUCK Baske (Mrs. Royce Howard DUNNUCK) See Royce - 1st wife
  married #2, Floyd Earl BASKE September 30, 1939. License date was 29 September 1939, Book 117, page 298.
  Blanche (1914-2003)
Blanche Gertrude DUNNUCK
  d/o Edward Sale and 2nd wife Lelia Ann (STANLEY) DUNNUCK
  Comes form the area lived in by John (1814) and descendants lived in KS)
  b. January 1892 in Kansas
  of Irving, Marshall Co. KS
  d. 28 Oct. 1976 -- Bur: Waterville, KS on Nov. 2
  m. Willard Elmer (or Elmer Willard) DEXTER (of Ontario) Lived at Irving in Marshall Co. KS. before 1914
wed 1911 in Marysville, KS.

b. June 18, 1883, in Bear Lake, Manistee, Michigan
s/o George W & Alice (CROOK) DEXTER of Ontario, Canada. They came to Center KS before 1885. Alice was born in England, George in Canada.


d. June 6, 1957, buried Waterville, KS.

  1900 census Marysville, Marshall Co., KS - living with parents, age 8 b. Jan. 1892
  in 1930 Elmer W. was working as a toolman at C. Bridge Garage.
  in 1920 Elmer M. & family lived in Manhattan City, Riley Co., KS. Wayne was 6 years and 6 months, and Bernice 11 months. Elmer worked as a?? Lumer in a Live shop. ?? Hard to read. occupation
  Source: 1930 census for Waterville, Marshall County, Kansas "Elmer W. Dexter"// 1920 census for Riley Co. KS "Elmer M. Dexter" //Chart prepared by Mariam DEXTER //
also:Source: David R. Minson, Gilbert, AZ (LDS-IGI file)
  Source 1930 census for Atchinson, Atchinson Co. KS, Blanche living with mother. She was single, age 17 and working as a cosmotologists in a beauty shop.
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   I am interested in finding out more! My father was Clairneil Wayne Dunnick
originally of Boyden, Iowa. He is now deceased, however, he has three living
brothers and two living sisters. My grandparents are both deceased, however,
my aunt Blanche, has researched our family tree. -Belinda
bkarge(a)Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU (Karge, Belinda)
E. Blanche DUNNICK
  d/o Charles M. and Elizabeth Ann (Leib) Dunnick.
  b. Dec. 1895 or (Dec. 1885 - on rootsweb - undocumented)
  Blanche, married Charles Smith, lives at Philadelphia;
  Source: By John E. Gable History of Cambria County, Volume 2 page 971
Historical Publ Co., Topeka KS, & Indianapolis, IN 1926
  d/o John H. and Susannah E. (HILD) DUNNICK
  b. age not listed in 1910 but looking at ages of her siblings I would guess that she was born in 1910
  Source: 1910 Census, York Co. PA
Blanche L. DUNNICK
  d/o Thomas and Sarah DUNNICK
  b. Sept. 1880 per 1900 census.
b. circa 1879/80 -- 9 months old in the 1880 census for Amanda Twp., Fairfield, Co. OH.
  b. Sept 1880. 1900 census she is 19, single, and living in Hocking twp., Fairfield Co. OH with her sister and brother-in-law John and Iva MILLIGAN and her widowed mother & brother Clyde .
Her name is spelled DUNICK in the 1900 census.
  d.  Forest Rose Cemetery Lancaster, Fairfield, Co., OH Blanche L. DUNNICK b. Sept 1879 - d. 12 april 1968
Buried in same cemetery Clyde Landis DUNNICK and Sarah A. DUNNICK
Bonnie (nee: ??) DUNNUCK See: Omar DUNNICK
  d/o Robert "Bob" Adair DUNNUCK and Jennie May BOLE
  b. 14 July 1926
  d. May 16 2009 82 yrs Brethren/Dunkard Cemetery
  + John William GLOTFELTY + May 27, 1949 John William Glotfelty of Fairfield,, Keota, IA in the Church of the Brethern.
  d living 2009
  They had 6 Children (Info...Private). In 2009 they had 14 grandchildren & 2 great-grandchildren.
  b. November 4, 1971 in California
  d. November 5, 1971 in San Diego, CA
Buela Odessa DUNNICK See Beulah
  d/o John H. and Susannah E. (HILD) DUNNICK
  b. circa 1896 in MD--Source 1910 Census
  b. on line Rootsweb records-- 27 August 1899 in Hopewell York Co. PA
  b. 14 January 1895 -- source records of Beula's sister Wilma
  d. 20 June 1986 -- source records of sister. Wilma
  d. Sept. 1970 -- on line Rootsweb records September 1970 Dallastown York County, PA. Buried Mt. Rose Cemetery, York, PA
  + Ernest MILLER -- source records of sister
  + Ernest Wiest MILLER -- on line Rootsweb records - wed 30 April 1914 in E. Hopewell, York, PA
  4 children 2 sons, 2 daus. (both Wilma's & Rootsweb records)
at least 5 grandchildren.

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