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  b. about 1821 - England - living in St. Louis, MO in the 1850 census. (Ward 3) age 29  
  Hiram "Clyde" DUNNICK (see Hiram below) b. 1879 in KS. Called Clyde.  
H. Louise DUNNUCK (listed below with the Helen's)  
Hannah M. (nee:?) DUNNUCK, wife of Milton DUNNUCK  
Hannah C. (MILLER) DUNNUCK, (Mrs. William Morrow DUNNUCK) See: William Morrow)  
   1843-- 1934 or 1843-1937 buried Mt Hope Cemetery, Miami County, IL  
   Tombstone looks like 1843 - 1934  
Hanthnan DUNNUCK (Jonthan?? Hannah???)  
  d. 24 December 1932, Franklin County, OH  
  Source: OH Vital Records - Volume 7078, death Certificate 71161 (OH Historical Society)  

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Harley A. DUNNUCK  

photo donated
by Judy Keller

b. 27 May 1897 (Obituary says 18 May 1897 in Bremen, IN)
Draft card also has May 27, 1897 at Marshall Co., IN (IN/IN/IN)
Harley living in South Bend, IN in 1958
5 June 1918, WWI Draft Card list light brown hair & Brown eyes. Father, Chester, listed as next of kin.
d. 15 March 1982 (SSDI) (Obit. March 29) Obit. published Mar. 30, page 31 and April 2, page 32. South Bend Tribune (IN) Resident of Cardinal Nursing Home, age 84. Cremated.
  worked "purchasing department" at Studebaker & X-Cel Steel  
  m. Mildred TURNER 24 August 1918, daughter of Alexander and Fannie (RENNER) TURNER  
  Harley and Mildred lived in Chicago in 1944 when son died and after WWII  

Mildred was born 19 March 1898, Edwardsburg, MI (MI/VA/IN)


d. 26 Dec.1984, Mishawaka, St. Joseph Co., IN. Her obituary was published "South Bend Tribune" December 26, 1984, page 72. She was a resident of Cardinal Health Care Center.

  "By 20 December 1980 both Harvey and Mildred were in a South Bend Nursing home"  
  Only Child: Richard Noble Dunnuck (b. 1923, d. plane crash (military) - age 20 - no issue)  
  (of Mishawaka, St. Joseph Co. IN also Lived in IL at one time)  
  1930 census has Harley A. age 32 a clerk in a grocery, Mildred age 32, and son Richard age 6. They indicate that Harley was 21, and Mildred 20 at the time of their marriage. Living South Bend Indiana.  
  Source: "South Bend IN Tribune," Tues., March 30, 1982, page 31, cols. 1&2. Xerox donated by D. Sheldon COPELAND. Mrs. Joseph DUNNUCK of Greenwood, IN- (Name of parents) May 1971 indirectly through David DUNNUCK in 1999.// Richard's Obituary, "South Bend Tribune," June 2, 1944, section 2, page 1, formerly of South Bend, IN, formerly of Chicago// N. Gene Noble also donated a xerox of this obituary with a photo.  

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Harriett (FULLENWIDER) DUNNUCK. (see George J DUNNUCK - wife of)  
  b. 20 December 1853  
  d. 18 August 1918. Buried in Union Cem. Logan Co. IL.  
  + George J. DUNNICK on 26 Dec 1872 in Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co., IL.  
  s/o Abraham Clarkson and Dorothy (RENTZEL) DUNNUCK  
  b. 2 March 1901 Peru, Miami Co. IN  
  d. 4 April 1901 Peru, Miami Co. IN.  
  There is a Harry A. DUNNUCK buried in the Mount Hope Cemeter, Peru, Miami County, IN. (looks like Dynnuck)  

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Harry L. DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1877 in PA  
  m. Margarett K.( TAYLOR --assumed)  
  b. circa 1883 in Germany  
Edgar L. b. 1903 in PA,
Carl H. in PA
  Also living with them was Mother-in-law Anna A. TAYLOR age 54, b. in Germany  
  Also living with them was a nurse & servant-unrelated.  
  Source: 1910 Lackawanna Dunmore PA Census  

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Harry DUNICK  
faulty link s/o Edward & Nellie DUNICK (linked only to " E " page - scroll down)  
  b. circa 1899 New Mexico  
  Source: 1910 Erie, Erie Co. PA Census  
Harry Norford DUNNUCK  
  of R.R. #2 South Whitley, Whitley Co. IN Held for Military Service  
  The Fort Wayne Sentinal, Fort Wayne, IN published Sept 5, 1917, page 2  
Harry DUNNUCK (see Harvey H. DUNNUCK)  
  b. circa 1865 (1930 census lists him as Harry)  
  b. circa 1879 - age 1 in 1880 census  
  Living with Albert and Emma DUNNICK - relationship listed as "other"  
  Source: on-line Mormon 1880 census data, Wolcott, Lomiolle Co. VT  
Harry William "William" DUNNICK (also listed under William)  
  s/o Cornelius and Elizabeth (CUPERUS) DUNNICK  
  b. 19 June 1892 in IA  
  + Charlotte Augusta MAYES  
  Daughter: Charlotte Juanita DUNNICK 1931-1996
Son: Living in 2002

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Harvey Ensley DUNNUCK  
  s/o George Faith and Eunice (TIMMONS) DUNNUCK  
  b. 5 May 1876 Spence, Washington Co. KS  
  d. 1881 KS (died by scalding - per Larry and Patricia SPARKS)  
Photo of Harvey's original tombstone by Larry and Patricia Sparks
Photo of family Tombstone (added later) from Shirley Gossick and records compiled by her sister Bonnie.

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Harvey H. DUNNUCK  
  s/o Isaac D. & Sarah C. (HANKINSON) DUNUCK  
  b. 26 October 1866 Kosciusko Co., IN  
  d. 18 March 1939, Warsaw, IN. Buried: Leesburg Cemetery, Kosciusko Co., IN  
get// same as clipping ??? Harvey H. obituary published in the Pierceton Record 22 March 1939, page 2, (Kosciusko County, IN)  
  m. Cynthia Ann BLACK, on 20 December 1911, Kosciusko Co., IN  

b. 7 March 1859 in IN d/o Joseph and Susan BLACK at Prairie township, Kosciusko Co. IN where she lived her entire life.


d. 10 September 1938 - buried in the Leesburg cemetery.

  They were members of the United Brethren Church of Warsaw, IN  
  1920 census has Harvey age 50, a farmer living in Warsaw, Wayne township, Kosciusko Co. IN  
  1930 census for Wayne township, Kosciusko County, IN, lists his name as Harry -- Farmer. With him is his wife Cynthia A., age 71. (she was first wed when she was 52.) He is listed as age 64
Year: 1930; Roll: 598 - Page: 2A - Enumeration District: 29 - Image: 513.0.
  They did not have any children. Married late in life.  
  Source: Clippings of Obituaries of Harvey and Sarah // Kosciusko Co., IN Marriage Index, Book S, page 261 // Kosciusko County Indiana 1836-1986, biog. sketch Dunnuck, published Kosciusko County Historical Society, pages 108 & 109, //DSCopeland // Steve Hartman // LSD film 2034445  

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Hattie DUNNUCK - see Harriett w/o George J. DUNNUCK  

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  d/o Joseph and Lucy (Greaves) DUNNACK  
  b. Mass in 1910 (lived in Medford, Mass in 1920)  
Hazel P. DUNNUCK (see Arthur DUNNUCK)  
  Wife of Arthur - Arthur b. 1907  
Hazel C. (PEERY) DUNNICK (see Edward A. DUNNICK) of Iowa  
  Wife of Edward A. DUNNICK  
Hazel Mae (Connelly) DUNNICK  
  wife of Charles "Bill" Alfred DUNNICK, Mother of Michael James DUNNICK  
  b. Jan. 26, 1912 at Lewiston, Nez Perce County, Idaho, USA  
  d. Aug. 6, 1985 at Ellensburg, Kittitas County, Washington, USA
buried IOOF Cemetery in Ellensburg, WA Plot: C-67-7 as are her son and his wife.


Hazel Nora (DUNNICK) LEWIS  
  d/o Charles B. and Alma(Van Slyck) DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1903 (check McCune, KS.)  
  b. Hazel 7 years old, born KS living in North Milton, Umatilla Co. OR in 1910 census.
She is listed as N.H. Dunnick is listed in the 1905 census for McCune, Crawford Co. KS. - she is single and still at home with parents in 1920.
  d. May 1997, age 94 Milton- Freewater, OR  
  m. Union, Union County, Oregon, Oct. 6, 1923

m. Melvin Otto "Dutch" LEWIS, 7 October 1923 at Union, Union County, Oregon
Source: Western States Historical Marriage index: (from Vol. K, page 180) at http://abish.ricks.edu/fhc/fhchome.asp (Rick College Family History Center) Has Oct 6,.... article about their golden anniversary says Oct. 7. in La Grande, OR. The Walla Walla Union Bulletin publ Sept 30, 1973,
  Melvin 1900-1980  
  1930 census Melvin was Hazel were 29 & 27. living in Umatilla, OR. They were 23 & 21 when they were wed. No children are listed. Hazel and her father were born in KS. - Mother is not indicated. He is a farmer - Trucking Co., and she is a bookkeeper at a bank.  
  Son Robert Lewis of Fair Oaks CA in 1973 He has two children, Melvin and Kathleen Lewis  
  Lived: McCune, Crawford Co., KS //Milton-Freewater OR //Walla Walla U-B (WA);
Source: obituary published 30 May 1997 - age 94 -- Walla Walla, WA
  Obituary in "Walla Walla Union Bulletin," (WA) // Western States Historical Marriage index: (from Vol. K, page 180) at http://abish.ricks.edu/fhc/fhchome.asp (Rick College Family History Center) 2 Photo's of Hazel & Melvin with article  
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Hazel J. DUNNUCK  
  + Clyde H. DUNNUCK per 1930 census for Chicago, IL b. about 1868 (IL/OH/OH)  
  1930 census lists her age as 35, living in the City of Chicago, Cook Co. IL  
  Born 26 July 1894  
  SS card issued in IL -- (TX/LA/TN)  
  d. Mar 1972 -- Chicago, Cook, IL 60640  
  Hazel (age 32 in 1930) census for Chicago, IL, Precinct 10 : 16-1786  
Double check this. 1930 census
my notes have her as Clyde, age 62. and Hazel as 32. They first wed when he was 50 and she was 27. So she first wed 7 years before and he 1st wed 12 years ago. Clyde b. IL/OH/OH Clyde is the office manager at a shoe company and Hazel a telephone operator. Hazel's sister Melanie BARNETT, age 19 single is living with them, and she is working as a stenographer at an oil company. Hazel's 18 year old niece is also in the household.

She m. circa 1923 He first wed circa 1818
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H.(Helen) Louise DUNNUCK (wife of James Elisha DUNNUCK)  
  b. March 1, 1920  
  d. April 8, 1998 Lived LaHarba, Orange Co. CA ---died April 8 of a stroke.  
  There is a Jas. E. DUNNUCK (wife H. Louise) living in Tuscon, AZ - he a department Manager at Sears & Roebuck. (Check out James Elisha DUNNUCK)  
  1943 city directory for San Diego, California has a Jas E. DUNNUCK, and Helen L. (also there was William and Agnes DUNNUCK)  
  Lived at one time in AZ  
  a retired seamstress at Faye Creations,  
  Obit. published. April 23, 1998, The Orange County Register, under ALMANAC // SSDI  

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 Helen Elizabeth (JOHNSON) DUNNICK  
  w/o John Edward DUNNICK  
Helen L. DUNNICK  
  d/o Frank K & Lena (SCWARTZEL) DUNNICK  

b. 1903 - Sept 1994
+ Joseph N. CARVER (living in N. Palm Beach FL in 1962)
Joseph d. 12 August 1962 in North Palm Beach, FL. Buried Union Cemetery, Columbus, OH. "lingering illness"
1920 Census, Helen age 16 still living at home with Frank & Lena.
1930 census she in no longer with parents.
Source: 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co. OH // obituary of mother published Dec. 2, 1962 in The Columbus Dispatch. //Obit of Joseph, publ 14 Aug 1962 in the Press-Gazette (Hillsboro, OH), page 5
Photo donated by Wendy Marcum-Leary

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Helen Varnetta (LYNCH) DUNNUCK (See Lyman)  
  wife of Lyman A. DUNNUCK  
  b. 21 May 1906  
  d. 10 November 1969 age 63, Section 23, lot 19 Tombstone has "Helen S. DUNNUCK"  
  At one point lived in Greentown, Howard Co., IN  
  Source: SSDI & obituary of husband Lyman A. published 6/13/1977 - clipping - don't know paper.  
   A Helen Vernette OGLE obit was published in Loveland Co. Nov. 20, 2006 - wonder if this is related somehow.  
Helen I. (MEASLEY) DUNNICK of PA (see Marvin DUNNICK)  
   Helen b. 1916, Marvin b. 1913  
Helen J. (Johnson ?) DUNNICK  
  b. 13 November 1909, daughter of Theodore and Alma (nee SPOHN) JOHNSON  
  Green County, Ohio (lived) (Lived Tipp City Ohio)  
  d." at the Inn at Fox Run", Fairborn, former resident of Logan and Ft. Lauderdale, FL d. 6 June 2005, age 95  
  + John DUNNICK  
 get Obituary published in the Troy Daily News, of Tippecanoe, IN. Wednesday, June 8, 2005.  
 get Obituary also publ in the Dayton Daily News (OH) - June 16, 2005  
Helen K. DUNNICK  
  Obituary published on November 22, 1997, The Tampa Tribune--- (I don't have.)
DUNNICK, Helen K., 75, of Zephyrhills died Friday. Oakley Funeral Home, Zephyrhills. (, 446 words.)
(b. 15 September 1922) She died in Pasco Co., FL
  She may be the wife of John Dunnick Jr. also of Zephyrhills FL. A check of the SSDI indicates both received their SS cards in NJ.  
Helen L. DUNNUCK  
  b. 10 June 1921  
  d. Living in July 2001 per Glen's obituary  
  + Glen Leroy RIHARD 1 March 1956 in Jackson Co. MO (Platt City)  
  Glen b. 9 Sept 1923 in La Cygne, Kansas. He died 13 July 2001 in Mission, Tx (or McAllen Co. TX)and is buried in Leavenworth National Cemetery in Kansas. He was a Marine in WWII. . Son of Carl and Goldie (RUSSELL) RIHARD. Former Bonner Spring (MO or KS) resident.  
  in 2001 Glen is survived by one son, two daughters, seven grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren  
  Source Jackson Co. Missouri. Marriages // Obituary of Glen Leroy RIHARD both give same birth date.  
  Confusing is at Ancestry.com a Helen Fromm is listed as Glen's wife born 30 August 1921 in Blue Mound, IL, and d. June of 1994 in Kansas City, KS. She would be the daughter of Henry and Beula (WARD) FROMM
From the Marriage license Helen L Dunnuck to Glen L. Rihard, They were 34 & 33 when the wed in 1956 so I assume Helen was previously wed to Dunnuck.

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Helen Louise DUNNICK, of IA  
  d/o Peter and Nellie (NIEMANTSVERDRIET) DUNNICK  
  b. 1911 Lynnville Jct. IA  
  to #1 Forrest GRAY 1905-1974  
  to #2 John J. O'KEEFE 1905 - 1959 m. 15 Mar 1936  
  Child: Richard James O'Keefe (1945-1947) of Des Moines, IA   
  Listed with parents in Polk Co. IA in the 1930 Census  
  Source: several on line locations: 1930 Polk Co. IA census// Best source is http://web.marshallnet.com/~manor/genea/niemants.html.  
Helen Louise DUNNUCK  
  d/o Omar & Bonnie DUNNUCK  

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Helen L. DUNNUCK  
  wife of (might be Helen Louise, wife of James E. DUNNUCK who lived in San Diego Co. CA in 1944.
James was the son of William M. (b. 1891) and Agnes H. (MORAN) DUNNUCK
Helen L. DUNNUCK  
  b. circa. 1911 (James was born about 1920)  
  d. age 78 LaHabra, CA  
  Obituary: published Orange County Register, in Orange County, California April 14, 1998 - age 78  
  Birth 30 March 1888 SS card issued in PA  
  Death June 1966  
  Check Tolna and New Freedom, in York County, Pennsylvania Lots of Dunnick's in the area  

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Helen Marceil (REED) DUNNICK ( Mrs.) (see Paul A. DUNNICK m. 1941)  
Helen M. DUNNICK  
  Localities: New Freedom, York, Pennsylvania
Tolna, York, Pennsylvania
Helen Marie DUNNICK  
  d/o Fred & Alma (Oldaker) Withheld  
  born July 9, 1916 near Keswick, Iowa  
  died July 05, 2007 Ankeny, Iowa and formerly of Oskaloosa, Iowa
Millpond Retirement Community in Ankeny, IA at the age of 90 years, 11 months and 24 days.
Forest Cemetery
  + Jan. 6, 1937, she married Isaac Arnout Dunnick in Des Moines, IA  
A. & A. Dunnick of . IA
E. & O. Dunnick of . CA;
M. & J. Heberlein of .CA;
N. & K. Schmidt of ., IA
Isaac Arthur "Junior" Dunnick; Deceased
Ruth Tipton Deceased
16 grandchildren and 19 great grandchildren.
Helen Marie "Marie" DUNNUCK  
  d/o Joseph Edwin "Ed" and (Alice E. WHEELER) DUNNUCK  
  b. 8 February 1909, Indiana  
  d. 25 September 1989, Mentone, IN. She is buried in the Woodden Cemetery in Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN. section 3, Row 4. With her are buried her parents, Joseph & Alice, also Maurice & Cathern and their daughter Marilyn. (cemetery may also be called Harrison Center Cemetery)  
  Marie lived Mentone IN most of life. She was a graduate of International Business College and worked as a bookeeper for 31 years for Valentine Elevator and served 8 years as Clerk-Treasurer of Mentone, IN. Member of the Mentone United Methodist Church & wintered in Brandenton, FL.  
  m. Luther "Luke" T. COLEMAN of Mentone IN. April 13, 1929 in South Bend, IN. They were divorced.  
  Later Luther lived in Flint, MI and April 3, 1958 to a Marilyn Tucker.  

b. November 19, 1904 Sale Creek, Hamilton Co. TN


d. October 26, 1964

  2 Children: (with Marie)
son - Donald Edward Coleman b. December 2, 1930 d. 21 June 2005

daughter - B.J.(C.) W b. October 9, 1936
Marie had 8 grandchildren and 9 great grandchildren at the time of her death in 1989
  Source: personal conversations and letters with H. Marie DUNNUCK that occurred in the early 1980's /// SSDI /// WPA birth index page H-111, page 53// letter from granddaughter B.J.W.,
D. C. giving Donald's death and offering help and corrections.

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  of Orwell, PA born circa 1839, Lived Bradford Co. PA  
  + Mason Lorenzo ELLSWORTH  
  LDS IGI files.  

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Hellen DUNNUCK  
  s/o John & Sarah DUNNUCK - (I believe there to be more than one John & Sarah)  
  btz. 1 February 1805 St. James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore, MD.  

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 Herbert DUNNICK  
  s/o Erastus and Julianna DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1854 in NY  
  Living in Ottawa, Franklin Co. KS in the 1870 census.  
Hendrik DUNNIK  
  Owned land in Ottowa Co. MI (28-5N-14-W) 80 acres. Also living nearby is a Jacob DUNNICK  
Henrietta (SCOTT) DUNNUCK (see John W. DUNNUCK - b. 1816)  
   m. John W. DUNNUCK 1838 (Rev.)  
  b. Ross County, Ohio  
  d. 13 March 1906 at the age of 90 years, 15 days. (at home 3 miles west of Mentone, IN)  
  "She was the mother of 11 children, 5 of whom, with 18 grandchildren and 31 great-grand-children are living."  
  11 Children: Mary Jane and her twin Phebe Elizabeth, Benjamin Henton, William Elihu, Nancy Jane, Martha Mahala, John Fletcher, Franklin Scott, Marion Talman, Amanda Alice, and Douglas Lyman.  
  "The toils and hardships of her life were those common to the pioneer as she with her husband labored to carve out of the wilderness a home, while surrounded by Indians, wild beasts and ague (ague-malaria fever)"  
  Source: her obituary published in the Bremen Enquirer (Indiana) on 29 March 1906, page 1  

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 Henrietta ( Van Der Pol) DUNNICK homemaker  
  b. 15 June 1903, probably at Sully, IA  
  d. 18 July 1993- heart - Grinnell General Hospital. Obituary in Des Moines Register, published July 20, 1993 - died Sunday. Burial at Friends Cemetery New Sharon, IA  
  Lived most of line in Lynnville, IA  
  Known children: (1 son, 3 daughters) still be living in 1993.  
  Source: obit in Des Moines Register July 20, 1993 and SSDI  

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  b. circa 1884 in IA (age 36 in the 1920 census for Peoria township, Peoria Co., IL)
WWI- 1917 Draft Card has born 20 December 1883
  d. 17 March 1945 - death certificate 14972, Peoria, IL  
  worked in Wagon Factory. /// in 1939 working for a Enterprise Stone Co. as a saw man  
  m. Katherine "Kate" CANNON, daughter of Hugh (b. 16 March 1849 in Ireland) and his wife Mary Ann (McDevett) CANNON (born 1 October 1841 in Philadelphia PA)  
  Katherine born 1884, age 35 in same census  
  d. November 30, 1935, Peoria, IL death certificate 0044209 (but 1936 city directory list them both?)  
  Bernadine age 9 in the 1920 Census.  
  Child: Bernadine Rose DUNNICK m. Bernard Patrick MOLLOY 18 October 1934 in Peoria, IL. Bernadine b. 14 May 1910 in Peoria, IL  
  Bernard MOLLOY (1909-1993)  
  Source: 1920 Census Peoria, IL, Roll: T625_398 Page: 3A ED: 64 Image: 1084 //Family Tree Maker's Genealogy Site: User Home Page Genealogy Report: Descendants of John Mitchell (Molloy Family tree, Generation 5) Also (Murcia Family Tree, page 16)  

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Henry Ernest DUNNACK  
  James and Elizabeth (USHER) DUNNACK  
  b. May 15, 1869 in Nova Scotia, Canada (Cheryl has 1867)  
  d. March 1, 1938 in Augusta, Maine.  
  Came to the United States from Grafton, Nova Scotia in 1883, Clergyman  
  + #1 In 1896 he married Adella E. SMITH of Dixmont, Maine.  
  b. September 1876  
  d. June 13, 1913  
  The following year (1885) he graduated from the Bangor Theological Seminary, and two years later still, he received his BA from Bowdoin College. That same year he was ordained a Methodist minister. In 1900, he became pastor of the Green Street Church in Augusta, Maine. He remained there for 17 years.  
  After this he retired from the ministry, he devoted all his time to the State Library and his writings. He had been the State Librarian since 1914 by one source and 1915 by another  
  He was a published author. His book "The Maine Book", was published in 1920 and was followed one year later by the "Hand Book of Maine Government". "Maine Forts" was published in 1924 to be followed the next year by "Maine Methodism".  
  He and Adella (SMITH) had two sons.
LLewellyn Smith DUNNACK, born, November 1898
George Bussey DUNNACK was born October 1899 ( George S. in 1900 census)
1900 Census for Augusta, Kennebec, Maine.
  + #2 Florence Estelle MERRILL September 6, 1935 in Augusta, Maine
(Maine Marriage index has September 4th)
  b. January 24, 1881 in Pittsfield, Maine  
  d. August 19, 1976 in Farmingdale, Maine (SSDI)  
  All children lived in Maine, but grandchildren settled in Delaware and Colorado.  
  Source Cheryl Dunnack, 2001 // Source dates on 2nd wife from Jack H. Merrill web page.  
  "Henry E. Dunnack, State Librarian since 1915, was born in 1869, graduated
from Bowdoin College in 1897. He was married in 1895 to Adella Smith
of Dixmont, Maine, who died June, 13, 1913. Mr. Dunnack has two sons.
In addition to his library work, Mr. Dunnack devotes much time to the
lecture platform. "

Source: HENRY E. DUNNACK. Sprague's Journal of Maine History.
Vol. VIII, Special Number, June 1920 No. 1 page 50 On-line at

(c) 1998 Courtesy of Tina Vickery<http://www.rootsweb.com/~mekenneb>
and Courtesy of the Androscoggin Historical Society <http://www.rootsweb.com/~meandrhs>
  child: Rena Dunnuck who married Hiram HARTMAN - funeral Palestine, Kosciusko Co., IN.  
  Obituary: Tri-County Gazette, Mentone, IN. published June 20, 1907  
Henry Albert "BERT" DUNNICK (See Bert) (Also See Albert)  
  s/o Edward Sale and first wife Martha J. (REDDICK) DUNNUCK  
  b. 11 January 1876 Source: WWI Civilian Draft Registration at Payette, ID
Born in Kansas - parents b. in IN
  d. 28 March 1948, Grant County, Oregon Source: Oregon death certificate 4315
buried Hillcrest Cemetery, Union Co. OR
  WORLD WAR I CIVILIAN DRAFT REGISTRATIONS for Henry Albert DUNNUCK Payette County, Idaho - 1917-1918
birthdate 11 Jan 1876 white of Payette
gives birth as 11 January 1876, age 42 Wife Belle DUNNUCK, "Tailoring"
  1880 census Hanover, Washington Co. KS living with grandparents Hiram & Sarah Reddick
1900 Census living in Marysville, Marshall Co. KS, age 24 (single)
1910 Census living in Canyon Co. ID, age 34
1920 Census for Payette, Payette Co. ID age 42 - Taylor at taylor shop
1928 & 29 living in Payette - sang in quartette for funerals of Mr. Wood & Mr. Bussey
1930 Census living in Payette, Payette Co. ID, age 53
  Payette, ID 1925 Appropriate music was furnished by an all-Masonic male quartette, consisting of Bert Dunnuck, J. H. Helman, H. E. Duel and Calvin Keller. Sang in male quartette.  
  + Belle JENNINGS (see Belle) before 1908 when daughter Phyllis was born. (1920 census Phyllis' age looks like a 17 or a 12)  
  daughter Phyllis Juanita Dunnuck + Eugene McCluer 30 Sept 1927 at Payette, ID
There are still born children (DUNNICK) b. in December 1928 & December 1929 in Blackfoot ID. Wonder whose children these were?
  Belle 1885-1969 (1920 census b. Kansas/IN/IN)  
  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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 Henry R. DUNNUCK (See following Henry LeRoy)  
  s/o Egbert A. and Philomenia "Minnie" DUNNUCK   
  b. circa 1904 per 1910 census .  
  Source: 1910 census: Washington township, Washington County, Kansas, See Series T624, roll 459, part 1, page 229B  
  1905 Census for Washington, Washington Co., KS has Elroy age 1 with A.E. and Minnie DUNNOCK all ages are correct.  
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Henry Leroy "Roy" DUNNUCK (see preceding Henry R) Believe this to be the same  
  I think this is a descendant of John Dunnuck b. 1814, perhaps by Egbert Alphonza Dunnuck. Egbert lived at one time in Atchison KS, and John lived in the Hanover area.  
  b. December 7, 1903 Hanover, Kansas (SS Card issued in MO)  
Henry L.== Inducted August 14, 1942
service # 37219523
Registered, order # 10364
Place: Atchison, Atchison Co.
  d. February 5, 1979 Monrovia, Los Angeles Co., CA. TSGT US ARMY  
  buried Riverside National Cemetery, Riverside County, CA US Army Section 8 site 3408. Louise is also buried in Section 8, site 3408  
  Louise Emma Dunnuck
Service Info.: TSGT US ARMY
Birth Date: 6 Jan 1918 & Death Date: 27 Dec 2002
Relation: Wife of Dunnuck, Henry Leroy
Interment Date: 3 Jan 2003
Cemetery: Riverside National Cemetery 22495 Van Buren Boulevard Riverside, CA 92518
Buried At: Section 8 Site 3408
  Roy and Louise operated the Madrid Theater in Atchison, Kansas until 1954 when they sold the theater to Dr. Donovan. The theater probably opened in February, 1932 according to an article about Theaters in the Atchison Enquirer. Later, in California Roy and Louise established a real estate business.  
  + Louise Emma WILLIAMS-- 14 August 1944 Leavenworth, Ks. (her obit in the Topeka Journal has wed August 1943.  
  . . . . .From her obituary, Louise was born: 6 January 1918 Mount Pleasant (KS) Area (another source has Atchinson KS)., and "moved with her family to Atchison as a child and attended Atchison schools". She graduated H.S. there in 1935, and attended Texas Tech. University, Louise was the daughter of Charles Edwin Williams (Sr.) who was born October 9, 1885 in Effingham, KS and his wife Mary Ellen "Nellie" Hicks who was born February 26, 1891 in Doniphan, KS.  
  . . . .Louise d. 27 December 2002 and is buried in the Riverside National Cemetery in Riverside, CA.
. . . . Louise d. December 27, 2002 Arcadia, California. Bur. Veteran's Administration Cemetery, Riverside, CA. (no children listed in obit)
  also check Havensville, Pottawatomie Co. KS  
  Source: California Department of Health ...& vital statistics, death index // marriage from Merrie Pinick // Obituary of Louise published Jan 3, 2003 Topeka KS) // Index of burials in National Cemeteries for Henry .  

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Henry Bell DUNNUCK  
  s/o Samuel & Rebecca (BELL) DUNNUCK  
  b. July 25, 1836 in Fairfield Co., OH  
  d. September 15, 1918 ( Tombstone) Burket, IN, Steward township, Kosciusko Co., IN. Buried in Palestine Cemetery, Section IV, row 9  
  Henry B. DUNNUCK, age 72 due to Paralysis. Died at home of son George Dunnuck in Burket, IN 5 children survive. George and Nathan of Burket, IN, Lyman of Palestine IN, Frank of South Warsaw, IN, and Mrs. Wilbur Shatto of Mishawaka, IN. Publ in the Fort Wayne New and Sentinel Sept 17 1918, page 14, column 4.  
  m. Phebe EVANS June 20,1858 in Pickaway Co. OH. (LDS gives date as June 2) Her parents born in VT.  

b. 25 April 1838 Piqua County, OH


d. 19 April 1906 "near" Palestine, Kosciusko Co. IN. Buried in Palestine Cemetery, Section IV, row 9

  Went to IL in 1867 - after May and was living there in 1869 but was back in IN  
  Buried by them is Nate DUNNUCK 1879-1948 (tombstone)  
  Joined Methodist church 1867  
  1900 census for Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN, series T623, film 382, book 2. HH 203, Henry, farmer age 63, born July 1836 in OH. wed for 41 years. Wife Phebe age 62, born April 1838. Mother of nine children, six living. Children: Frank E. born May 1867 age 33, and Nathan H. age 21, born September 1878  
  9 Children: (She was survived by 4 sons, 2 daughters) Mary J (or Irene) (b. circa 1859) , Martha A. (Mrs. Shatto) (b. circa 1861),, Lyman I (b. 1864), Frank Ellis b 1867, George W. (b. 1869), , Nathan H. (b. 1878), daughter. (2 sons & 1 daughter preceded Pheobe in death) Earl (1875-1877), John (b/d 1863) (another source has Emma b/d 1863, and John b. 1871 d. 1874
(Note: Cemetery index for Palestine cemetery has Nathan as b. 1879)
   Sources: 1850 Kosciusko Co. IN Census /// 1880 Kosciusko. Harrison township. IN census /// Census 1900 Kosciusko. Co. IN // Palestine Independent Christian Church Cemetery, IN-tombstone /// Marie Coleman (b. 1909-1989) /// Obituary of Phebe published Tri-County Gazette April 26, 1906 // S. Donald Copeland // town Burket - Steve Hartman  

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Henry J. DUNNUCK  
  I think this may be an Error - I believe Willis' father to be Clarence, not Henry J. Clarence's 2nd wife was Pearl I don't know where Henry comes from.  
  + Pearl Benner Reaves  
  son: Willis DUNNUCK (1912-2000)  
  Source: Obituary of Willis, published January 3, 2001 Fulton County Daily Paper, Rochester, IN.  
Henry N. DUNNICK  
  b. circa. 1833 in NJ. (per 1920 census age 87, Newton township., Sussex Co. NJ)  

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Henry "Otto" DUNNUCK  
  s/o George W. & Sarah Ellen (PICKERTON) DUNNUCK  
  b March 14, 1882, Warsaw, Kosciusko Co. IN/IN/IN  
  d. November. 12, 1958. Obituary published November 12, 1958, and Obituary published November 13, 1958. d. Memorial Hospital St. Joseph Co., IN // Russell Funeral Home // burial: Joseph Valley Memorial Park  
  1917 WWI Draft Card-September 18, 1918, St. Joseph Co.:
Self employed Farmer, South Bend, IN,
Wife, Mrs. Ethel Dunnuck,
Tall, medium build, gray eyes, light hair
  Real Estate for 25 years.  
  Survived by 3 children, 14 grandchildren, and 5 great-grandchildren.  
  m. Ethel Nina PLUMMER on Easter, April 23, 1905, St. Joseph Co. IN at the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence and Milinda (GILL) Plummer  

Ethel b. September 25, 1885- IN/IN/IN d. November, 1962

  Members of Maple Grove Methodist Church  
  Children: Royce Howard.(b. 1909), Rollin R. (b.1907), Mrs. Marion (Ada Beatrice "Beatrice".- b. 1912) TUTTLE  
  They lived two years on farm near Warsaw, 17 years on a farm in Center Township, and 31 years at 1010 E. Ewing Ave, South Bend.  
  1910 Census Centre twp. St. Joseph Co., IN. + 5 years age 21, Ethel 20.  
  1920 census: Henry O. Dunnuck age 37 - Dairy farmer, wife Ethel age 34, Rolland age 12, Royce age 10, and Ada B. age 7
Lived on Michigan Road, Center township, St. Joseph County, IN
  1930 Census for South Bend, St. Joseph County, IN. has H. Otto age 48, truck driver for an oil and gas company, Ethel age 44, Roland age 22, a salesman for gas and oil company and Ada B. age 18 working as a "Girl" in an Auto factory. Otto was 23, and Ethel 19 when they wed.  
  Sources: Marriage records, St. Joseph Co., IN /// Obit. South Bend Tribune November 12, and 13, 1858// Obituary - Ethel - South Bend Tribune November 4 and 5, 1962, Record #60-5856 /// Clipping of Golden Anniversary with photo South Bend Tribune, April 17, 1955 donated by N. G. DUNNUCK///Will Index, (Ethel) St. Joseph Co. IN 1962 - 256, 2 /// 1910 St. Joseph Co., IN Census 1910 /// D. Sheldon COPELAND// WPA birth index for Henry O //1920 census for St. Joseph County County, Series T625, roll 463, part 1, page 59T// 1930 census.  

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Henry R. DUNNICK  
  s/o John M. and Jean (RUNKLE) DUNNICK (of IN)  
  m. Kathleen M.  
  Lived Grand Rapids, MI (There were two Henry's living in Grand Rapids MI in 2000. - same?)  
  Source: Obituary of Jean DUNNICK (Columbus (OH) Dispatch, December 25, 1998  

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Henton Monroe DUNNICK - (the grandfather) a.k.a. "Roe" "Rowe"  


s/o Benjamin T. & Minerva (ASHBROOK) DUNNICK  
b. January 24, 1854, Marcy, Pickaway Co. OH.  
d. Friday, July 26, 1940 in OH, Buried Reber Hill Cemetery. Lived at Lancaster, OH
Ill for several years. - age 86
see obit in the Columbus Dispatch Date: Saturday, July 27, 1940 Page: 2 A
farmer in Pickaway Co., OH  

 "H.M Dunnick"

Photos Contributed by
Rebecca Weiss

m. #1 Sarah Catherin BROBST, 7 December 1875 of OH  

d/o of David and Leah (CULP) BROBST (They are buried in the Brobst Marcy Cemetery in Pickaway Co. OH. She died March 30, 1883 at the age of 45 Years, 23 days, and David d. June 20, 1885, age 74 years, 3 mo., and 10 days)


b. 11 January 1857, Bloom township, Fairfield, Co. OH


d. 28 August 1883, Walnut Township, Pickaway Co. OH "lung disease"  -- T.B. ?


Sister Mary BROBST wife of Benjamin M.

Source for Sarah William A. Brobst of Kitty Hawk N.C. "Brobst/Probst Family History"  
Children: Iva (Mrs.S. Boyd Swope of Canal Winchester in 1940), Oela (Mrs.William C. Nothstine of Circleville Ohio in 1940), and John T. of Columbus in 1940  
  24 July 1920"recently moved to Lancaster from Ashville". (Dau. Mrs. Ralph E. Crook mentioned) Newspaper article in the Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, Ohio  
 Henton & Sarah 1930 - Henton Living in Lancaster, OH per sister Iva's obituary  
  July 1940 - Henton Monroe was survived by 3 daughters: Mrs. S. B. Swope living Canal Winchester in 1940, and Mrs. Wm. C. Northstine of Circleville, Mrs. Ralph C. Crooks of Lancaster. And son John T. Dunnick of Columbus, and David H. of Ashville, 16 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren (his obit)  
  m. #2, Mary Ellen HAMMEL circa 1890 (per the 1900 census)   

(b. October 1856) daughter of Eli and Matilda Hammel (living in Fairfield Co. OH in 1870) - died before 1920


d. October 12, 1916 near Ashville, OH at home of her daughter Mrs. Boyd Swope.
Obit published Friday October 13, 1916 in the Lancaster Daily Gazette, page 6, column 1 - top


The deceased is the Mother of Mrs. R.E. Crook of East Main St. This City -- Funeral Saturday Afternoon

Mrs. Mary Ellen Dunnick, wife of Ex-sheriff H. M. Dunnick died Thursday morning at 10 o'clock at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Boyd Swope, of Amanda, of hardening of the arteries. Mrs. Dunnick had been in failing health for several years. One week previous to her death she went to the Swope home on a visit and became too ill to be taken back to her own home near Ashville.

During her residence in Circleville she made many friend who will regret to learn of her death. She was a find type of womanhood and held in high esteem by all who knew her. She was Mr. Dunnick's second wife and was married to him in 1889. Her maiden name was Mary E. Hammel. Besides her husband she is survived by three daughters; Mrs. Boyd Swope of Amanda; Mrs. W.C. Nothstine of near Circleville; Mrs. R. E. Crook of Lancaster; and two sons John T. Dunnick of Columbus and David H. Dunnick at home.

Funeral services will be held at the residence near Ashville, Saturday afternoon at two o'clock. Burial in Reber Hill Cemetery.

  Children: David H. DUNNICK b. November 1890 & Minerva, (Mrs. Ralph C. Crooks) b. December 1891. Minerva of Lancaster OH in 1940, and David of Ashville, OH in 1940.  
  Henton M. Dunnick, served as Sheriff of Pickaway County Ohio in 1892 and 1894. History of Pickaway County Ohio and Representative Citizens, Chapter XIX publ. by the Biographical Publishing Co. of Chicago, IL in 1906. Another source listing Sheriff's and their terms gives 1892-1895.  
  [the 1910 census lists David H. age 19, & Minerva age 18 & parents ages correctly]
Source: 1910 Pickaway Co. OH Census. Listed as Monroe Dunnick
  1920 census has "H. M." father living with David and his wife Edna. H.M. is 64 and widowed. Walnut township, Pickaway County, OH, Roll #1427, Book 1, page 161A, HH 192, line 41-44.  
  1927. Mr. and Mrs. H M Dunnick of Lancaster of OH (The Newark Advocate, Newark, OH)  
 More photos Children's names for family #2: R & K Steward records Jan 2000 and Biographical sketch from notes of Frances (Mrs. Joseph) DUNNUCK of IN  
  m. #3 Mariam LAWYER after 1920.
b.10 November 1870 in Logan Co., OH,
d. April 3, 1965 Licking Co. Ohio - (age 94 - widowed) at Pinekirk Nursing home in Thornville, OH buried at the Lutheran Reformed Cemetery.
her obit was published in the Zanesville, Ohio Times Recorder on April 5, 1965, page 10
  Mariam taught for 35 years at Glen Mills Military Academy in Glen Mills, PA . She also taught for six years at Thornville. She was a 1st & 6th grade school teacher at Thornville's North School.  
  d/o James F. and Adeline (error- see below) LAWYER. source the obituary of her brother Glenn A. Lawyer published in the Newark (OH) Advocate, page 17, column 3. January 19, 1961. Siblings listed were Glenn A // Mariam DUNNUCK.// Charles // Raymond // Clarabelle "Clara" (Mrs.John) Watson // and Ann (Anna) Harman.
Other siblings not listed Laura(Mrs. Otis) Silver (d 1959), John A. & Guy Lawyer and another daughter - assume deceased (?Mrs. Charles Clark?)
Guy's obit lists Adeline's maiden name as WALTERS. See Guy's obit publ page 1& 12 on June 8, 1959.
Adeline's obit. She was the daughter of Samuel and Catherine (Ashbrook) WALTERS - publ 16 May 1935 - listed as mother of 10 - 5 sons, 5 daughters.
  d/o J. F .Lawyer (His obit is published in the Lancaster Daily Eagle, Lancaster, OH Sept 1, 1926) He was the father of 10 children. He was the Justice of the Peace for 42 years and the Mayor of Thornville, OH for 25 years. He was buried in Thornville, Cemetery.  
  d/o James F.(b. March 1844) Buggy painter and wife Adeline (b. August 1849)(Walters) LAWYER.
(J.F. was the son of John b. circa 1818 and Mary Ann (McLaughlin)) Mariam was one of 10 children. J. F. d. circa 1924 (living in Perry Co. in 1860) - not listed in 1850.

m. after 1910 when he is still listed with Mary E.

  Henton and Mariam L. were living on Lincoln Ave., Lancaster City, Ohio in 1924/25  
  1930 census lists ages as Henton M. 76 and Mariam 59. Mariam was a teacher in the public schools. They had been married about 10 years. They lived in Lancaster township, Fairfield Co., OH.  
  d. check Mariam L. in the given name index. Is L. a middle name or maiden name?  
  Source: Clipping of obituary of Henton Monroe, published Columbus Dispatch, July 27, 1940, page 2A // wife #3: R & K Steward records January 2000 // 1910 Pickaway Co. OH Census//1920 Census// 1930 Census//1870 Fairfield Census//Lancaster City Directory 1924/25// Rebecca Weiss// transcription of a biog. sketch on Henton Monroe probably by Frances (Mrs. Joseph) Dunnuck of IN  
  LDS list Miriam & "Roe" living in Thornville, Perry Co. OH.  
  Source: 1900 census for Thorn Township, Perry Co. Ohio. (Mariam)  
  HENTON MONROE DUNNICK, a fine type of the gentleman farmer of old and cultured Ohio, owner of 215 acres of beautiful land in Walnut township, and former sheriff of Pickaway County, was born upon the farm which still comprises his homestead, on January 24, 1854. He is a son of Benjamin T. and Minerva (Ashbrook) Dunnick. 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.

In Walnut township our subject developed into an intelligent and useful manhood, and in 1875 married for his first wife Sarah Ann Brobst, who died in 1882. By her he had three children, viz.: Iva, who married Boyd Swope, of Amanda township, Fairfield County, Ohio, and became the mother of two children--Kathleen and F. Dunnick; Oela C., who married William C. Nothstine, lives in Walunt township and is the mother of a daughter--Sarah Elizabeth ; and John T., who married Alice Plummer, of Columbus, and is assistant business manager of the Columbus Dispatch. In 1889 Mr. Dunnick married Mary E. Hammel. Two children were born to this union--David H. and Minerva. Mr. Dunnick purchased his home in August, 1896, and the family occupied it in 1897. It was during the latter year that he concluded his four years' service as sheriff of Pickaway County, having been elected on the Democratic ticket. He has a wide connection with the fraternities, being a member of the F. & A. M.. B. P. O. E. and I. O. O. F. Religiously he is identified with the Primitive Baptist Church.

Mr. Dunnick takes great pride in his home, which is commodious and modern, and is prouder still of his family. He is especially gratified at the success of his youngest child by his first marriage, John T. Dunnick. When the latter was in the Circleville High School, (luring the father's term as sheriff, he took a local agency for the Columbus Dispatch. He acquitted himself so creditably that when he finished his course he was offered a position in the Columbus office as assistant bookkeeper, and his good work in that capacity earned him the promotion to his present post--assistant business manager.

Mahlon Ashbrook, Mr. Dunnick's uncle, was the founder of the town of Ashville, which was named in his honor. About the year 1850 he was the wealthiest man in Pickaway County, conducting the largest store and selling more produce than any one in the county. In 1855 he met with serious business reverses, and the entire family, which is, one of the oldest, most aristocratic and honorable in the county, came to his assistance, and in the discharge of his indebtedness they were all reduced to comparative poverty.


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(Henton Monroe) "Fremont" DUNNICK (grandson of Henton Monroe above)  

photo contributed by Joan Mathis

s/o Benjamin Monroe & #2 Mary (BELONG) DUNNICK  
b. (online Florida death index at ancestry.com and SSDI index both have give 22 May 1906 as date of birth) Joan Mathis has b. 23 May 1905 Logan County Ohio (near Jackson Co.)  
1910 Pickaway Co. OH Census age 3, b. ca 1907  
 d. 2 April 1874 at (Pinellas Co., FL-FLA death index) SSDI gives Last Residence as. Tampa, Hillsborough Co. FL.) Of Lima in 1951
Obituary published in the "Columbus Dispatch" April 3, 1974 Page: 4 B
Get obit.  Grove City Cemetery - Grove City, Ohio, Jackson Township, Franklin County, Ohio.
Dunnick, Emma M. may not be buried here Record #1319 Section E, Row12, #14
Dunnick, Fremont 1906-1974 ----------------Record # 1319 Section E, Row12, # 14
  Freemont is buried Grove City Ohio. Died in FL (funeral April 5, buried April 6)  
  m. #1 Marguerite EHMAN 4 June 1933 (they divorced) 16 February 1940  
  No issue  
  m. #2 Mrs. Emma M. (LANDIS/LANDES) widow CAIN  
  No issue  
  b. 9 October 1905, Grove City, Franklin County, Ohio  
  d. 24 December 1997. last residence Grove City, Franklin Co. OH
At time of death Emma was living in Nursing home Grove City, Franklin Co. OH, age 92.
Death certificate 96179. Her mother's maiden name was GROSSMAN
also see: "Columbus Dispatch" publ. Saturday, December 27, 1997 Page: 12 C
  Emma maiden name was spelled LANDES on her death certificate. her mother's maiden name was Grossman  
  Source: Historical Account of the Peters Family, compiled by June (Shaull) LUTZ, 1986, Pages 133-150.Donated by Roland & Karla STEWARD of Nebraska. //SSDI // dates and photo from Joan Mathis /  
  A Fremont DUNNICK is listed in the SSDI: born 2 May 1906, SS card issued in Ohio, and died April 1974. Listed as living in Oldsmar, Pinellas, FL. Might this be the same person ??? Dates are about right.  
  An Emma DUNNICK is listed in SSDI as born 9 October 1905 & d. 24 December 1997 with last residence as Grove City, Franklin Co. OH. SSDI // Death Certificate #96179 at Ancestry.com// Her obituary is found in the Columbus Dispatch, published Dec. 12, 1997, page 12C.  

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Herman DUNNUCK  
  s/o Abraham Clarkson & Dorathea M. (RENTZEL) DUNNUCK  
  b. 3 December 1916 (David Dunnuck has 1917) SSDI had 1916
1920 census has Herman with parents Abraham and Dora age 3 -3 months old. Center township, Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN.
  d. 17 August 1973, buried Calvary Cemetery, Indianapolis, IN. / of 315 Welcome Way Blvd.  
  of Indianapolis // lived 315 Welcome Way Blvd.  
  m. Barbara Ann WHEELER July 19, 1940 per the Marion County, IN, Marriage index 155, page 217.
License # 63264 /

might be daughter of William and Anna Wheeler of Indianapolis, IN. (Barbara age 10 in 1930 census)
  m. Barbara DUNNUCK August 12, 1967 per Marion County IN, marriage index # 242, page 23 lisc # 244146 ( Barbara to Herman Looks like they may have divorced and remarried)  
  b. 13 Oct. 1919  
  d. Jan. 1983, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN.  
  Child: One only: DLD (male)  
  Source: SSDI // Their son, DLD, 1999/ Obit clipping dated 8/18/1973 - newspaper not know.  

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Hinton Monroe DUNNICK (see Henton - above)  
Hiram "Clyde" DUNNUCK  
  s/o Edward Sale DUNNUCK and Marth J. (REDDICK) DUNNUCK (1st wife)  
  Father : Edward Sale DUNNUCK / and mother Reddick (source death certificate - information on certificate provided by his daughter & grandson) Mother was Martha J. REDDICK, Edward's first wife. Marth died December 29, 1879 when "Clyde" was two months old.  
  Mother: Elizabeth REDDICK (per his Social Security card)  
  Hiram b. 20 October 1879 Hollenberg, Washington, Co. KS on Marriage lisc. // or SSDI has born November 20//
Draft card has October 20th, 1879 Blue eyes, age 38 and gray hair. (Weld Co. CO), wife Essie Daisy DUNNUCK. of Hudson, Weld Co., Colorado medium build, medium height.
  Living at one time in Fort Lupton Colorado probably late 1950's  
  d. 9 January 1963 at Weld County Hospital, Greenley Colorado Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Brighton Co. Colorado.  
get Obituary available at the Denver Public Library.
1) Rocky Mountain News publ Jan 12, 1963, page 89
2) Denver Post publ. Jan. 13, 1963, page 30C

"Hiram Clyde Dunnuck was born October 20, 1879 in Hollenberg, Kansas. He left home at a very young age and didn't talk about his family. I have reached a dead end at this point. He married my grandmother, Essie Daisy DUNHAM, November 10, 1901 and had 3 sons--my father, Clfford Dunnuck, Roy Arthur Dunnuck and Clayton C. Dunnuck."

by Mary L. Dunnuck
Greeley, Colorado

  Ran away from home at age 14.  
  Check out Ruth (Elliott) Derrick, sister to the 2nd wife of John Dunnack Jr. - Elizabeth Elliott. Ruth is said to have raised a "Clyde" DUNNUCK. Also see the 1880 census where Hirman C. is called DERRICK.....Ruth's married name. click here. Note the similarity of her married name and the name Hiram "Clyde" gave as his mother on his Social Security application..  
  1895 census for Franklin, Washington Co. KS has Clid Dunnuck living with R.E. Derrick age 68 b. OH, and wife, R ? born IN. age 69. Clid is a school boy age 15, born in KS. Also see Clyde.  
  m. Essie Daisy DUNHAM, Nov. 10, 1901 Red Willow County Nebraska.  
  b. 19 August 1881 McCook, Nebraska (another later source gives 1883) (Neb/Mass/Wisc.)  
  d. 11 May 1968, Brighton, Colorado. Buried Elmwood Cemetery, Brighton, Co. Co.  
  3 sons: Clifford b. 1903, Leroy "Roy" Arthur b. 1904, and Clayton C. "Clay" b. 1907 - living in 1976
wife and boys all born in Nebraska.
  Source: 1880 census for Hanover, Washington Co., KS, HH was Richard E. DERRICK  
  1920 living in Hudson twp., pct 27, Weld County, Colorado.  
  Source: 1930 census shows Hiram and Essie D. in Chicago. Roy, his 1st wife, and her mother are living with them. Roy was 25 and Gertrude M. 27. Mother, Margaret Holst was a 71 year old widow b. in Germany is living with them. Hiram is a Fireman - Stationary Engine, and Essie a Laundress.  
  Source: SSDI /// Mary L. Dunnuck of Colorado. 1999, granddaughter of Hiram// her records include his birth, death, marriage certificate and social security applications.  
  Hiram's obituaries: Published Denver Post Jan. 13, 1963, page 30C and published Rocky Mountain News, January 12, 1963, page 89.  
Howard DUNNACK  
  s/o Joseph and Lucy (Greaves) DUNNACK  
  b. Mass in 1912 (lived in Medford, Mass in 1920)  
Howard DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1890 in PA (age 30 in 1920)  
  Source: 1920 census for Scranton, Lackawanna Co. PA, Roll T625 1580, page 5A, ED 190, Image 996  

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