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 (John listings are roughly in date order rather than alphabetical - scan all - poor organization)


Editorial comments regarding John . There are three John's who married Catherine's, and a fourth to a Katherine

John DUNNICK married Mary PASMORE (PASSMORE) Baltimore Co. in 1742. Both John & Mary were transported from England's famous Newgate prison. This is who I believe the parents are of John b. 1747-1819

1. John DUNNOCK to Katherine Langley. Katherine was born in 1718. Her family was from Norfolk Co. VA. (I don't know where this couple fits.

2. John DUNNICK (1747 -1819) to Catherine Sutton (1752-1836) of Baltimore Co. MD

3. John DUNNUCK b. 1814 -1876 to Catherine Leazenby --- Catherine Leazenby b. ca 1816 - d. 1854

4. John F. DUNNUCK b. 1848 -d. 1927 wed Catherine A. Cherry --- Catherine Cherry b. 1850 - d. 1921


There is some uncertainty regarding which John is the son of John 1747-1819 of Maryland. It is generally accepted that he is John b. 1773. I support this view as I have an obituary of his (John 1773) daughter listing John's brother Joshua (wife Dianah Tallman) as her uncle. -- see the comments about various other John's below and on the Color Code page. The 1st wife of John 1773 was Sarah Hughes who died in 1826 in OH. Lore has it that they wed in 1893. If that is correct, they both would have been 20 when they wed. He wed a 2nd time to Nancy ( DOLBY in 1839 or 1831 conflicting info) who survived him. (see his probate papers)

Some descendants of John's (b. 1773) family say his mother, Catherine, was b. 1772- d. Jan 16, 1856 and that she and husband John (d. 1819) are buried somewhere in PA.-- This adds confusion.) They are buried in Maryland, just south of the Maryland / Pennsylvania state line. I believe the tombstone reads died Jan. 16, 1836, age 84 (see photos) Also Catherine's probate papers are dated 1836.

  m. Carrie GARDNER- her 1st husband was James Golden.(1878-1929)

 b.15 October 1881
d/o Wilhelm & Mary Ann (Cummings) Gardner of Ohio.
Wilhelm b. in Germany.
Family in Columbus, OH at one point.

  Source: from the Pedigree of Linda Haney, 1994 on-line http://www.geocities.com/heartland/bluffs 4389
  s/o Charles M. and Elizabeth Ann (LEIB) DUNNICK See Nelson
   b. circa 1873 in PA. Living York Co. PA in 1920 (b. 6 July 1872)
  1947-1999 - of New Jersey
  Owned land in Ottawa County, MI (1-5N-14-W) 55.63 acres and

(2-5N-14-W) 40 acres. The 2nd parcel of land was purchased Dec. 1, 1850 - land office IONIA, doc # 7569
Also living very close is Hendrik DUNNIK
Jacob N. DUNNICK (or Dimmick) ???
  m. Nancy (PRATT) DUNNICK
  Widow, Nancy DUNNICK/or Dimmick married #2, Stephen Johnson.
Johnson died in 1882. They married in Ohio in 1853
  Nancy then went to Peoria, IL to live with her son Milton DUNNICK/ or Dimmick.
  Source - Query by Sandy Anderson a direct descendant of Nancy. I include this because some Dunnick's from Ohio did settle in central Illinois, and there is a Dunnick family in Peoria whose family came from Iowa - but this Jacob might be Dimmick
James Paul DUNNICK
  s/o Paul and Mary (KOHUT) DUNICK/DUNNICK
  b. 19 June 1915 Ashtabula, Ashtabula, Ohio
  he moved to Kissimmee from there in 1980.
  d. November 18, 1990 in Osceola County, Florida
   + Mary Jane Jeffords
  b. 1 May 1930
  d. 2 August 1987
  Son James Paul DUNNICK b. 1942-1999
  Survivors: stepdaughter, Katrinka Kume, Painesville, Ohio; sons, James P. Jr., Rockville, Md., Richard A., Colony, Texas; four grandsons. National Cremation Society, Sarasota.
James Paul DUNNICK
  s/o James Paul & Mary Jane (Jeffords) DUNNICK
  b. 8 Feb 1942
  d. 16 0ct 1999
James P. DUNNUCK  
  + Isabelle wife in 1948 Ashbubla Co. Ohio.
  b. circa 1823 in Scotland - per his death certificate.
  Migrated from Scotland to Nova Scotia in the 1850's.(after 1852) Source: date from Rich Herchenreder rootsweb query.
  immigrated to the United States from Nova Scotia
  + Elizabeth USHER in Nova Scotia in 1852
  Children: between 1852-1875 they had nine Children: Flora b. 1854,// Lavina b. 1856,// James b. 1860,// William H. b.1862, // Arthur W. b. 1863, // Henry E. b. 1867, // Joseph C. b. 1869, // George b, 1872, // Lizzie Blanch b. 1875 was born in Grafton, Kings, Nova Scotia.
  James and his son Joseph Curtis moved to Boston and established a fish market
  From Cheryl: "Just wanted to make one correction. When you listed the children of James and Elizabeth, you left one out. He was born after Henry and before George. Lizzie Blanche is just one name. She was the youngest of their offspring. You have a wonderful site here, I've been having fun going through it.
  Contributed by: Cheryl Dunnack-- her sources include actual birth records for Lizzie & George, death certificate for Arthur, and 1871 Nova Scotia census.
James DUNNACK (the son - Jr.)
  James and Elizabeth (USHER) DUNNACK
  b. 1860
   Contributed by: Cheryl Dunnack. Nova Scotia census 1871
  listed in Baltimore Co. MD, 1970 census
  Source: The Dunnuck yearbook by Maxwell & Christina Dunnuck, publ. by the Morph Corp. Careful - verify this. I have not. This book shared with me by N. Gene DUNNUCK
  b. ca 1865 race: Black b. LA
  1870 Richland Parish, LA Census, page 293, Girard 5th Ward
  also in this Parish is a Thomas DUNNICK, father?? Mother appears to have remarried.
  Source: Ancestry.com., LA Census 1870, (August 2, 2001)
  listed in the 1820 census at Leesburg, Loudoun Co., Virginia which is located south of the Potomac River by D.C. With him are 2 male children under 10, and 1 young male between 10-16. James and his wife were over 45 yrs. of age. There is also a female child under 10 and one between the age of 16 & 26.
  next on the census list is a Joshua Dunnuck age 16-26 living alone.
  source 1820 census for Leesburg, Loudoun County Virginia, series M-13, roll 137, book 1, page 135.
  s/o William M. (b. 1891) and Agnes H. (MORAN) DUNNUCK
grandson /o Elisha and Emma O. (DALLAS) DUNNUCK
  b. 7 January 1920 per SSDI. // b. IN per 1930 census (b. CA per Arizona Daily Star-obit publ May 31, 2002) b. Oklahoma per Military Enlistments WWII
  1930 census for Oakland, Alameda Co., CA. Father William M.: age 38, carpenter b. IN. Mother: Agnes age 41 b. PA. No other siblings listed. James E. was 9 b. IN.
  SS card issued in IN Source SSDI
  S SGT US Army - WWII
  1943 Jas E. and Helen L. DUNNUCK living in San Diego, California.//
  Ser #39731871 DUNNUCK JAMES E
Date of Enlistment June 11, 1944
Place of birth OKLAHOMA
Year of Birth 1920
Source: Rootsweb Military Enlistments WWII, SanDiago California Army enlistments
  1948 living in Tucson, AZ -James = Sears departments store manager // father William = Carpenter
  d. 1 May 2002 (La Habra, Orange County, CA) Per SSDI
d. 8 May 2002, obit pub. 30 May 2002 in the Arizona Daily Star. age 82.(on-line index at www.dakotacom.net.
  Buried South Lawn Cemetery in Tuscon, AZ (per military records)
  per obit. Orange County, California.
  + Helen Louise
  born 1 March 1920 (She got here SS card in AZ)
  died 8 April 1998 in La Habra, Orange County, CA
  1944 San Diego voters Registrations have James and Helen L. living in San Diego Co., CA. He is an IBM Operator.
  1948 & 1952 Tuscon, Arizona (James and H. Louise) James is a dept. Mgr. for Sears Roebuck
  Two Sons
  William's obituary January 1971, Arizona Daily Star.//1930 California Census // James E. Obituary, publ. Arizona Daily Star, Pima Co. AZ 31 May 2002
James Irwin DUNNUCK


s/o William Henry & Maybell "Mable" (MERRELLE) DUNNUCK
b. 8 October 1926 Elkhart Co. IN.
d. 25 August 1996 Elkhart Co. IN. Buried Rice Cemetery
+ Beverly J. "Jean" (she died age 83, in May 2011.) daughter of James & Mamie "Pearl" (STIFFLER) HOLDEN. (also another father Jack Marshall)
Of Elkhart, Elkhart Co. IN
Issue : yes in 2011 - 4 living -Three married daughters in and one son
  Beverly J. "Jean" buried Little Pine Cemetery (Billings Funeral Home)
  US Navy veteran- W.W.II, member to Teamsters Union
  Sources: Obituary from Elkhart Truth published August 26, 1996, page B2, column 3 with photo, daughter and SSDI
and Goshen News May 31, 2011
James G. DUNNUCK (b. 1939 -
  m. Jean A. (1940-1977) buried: St. Catherine's Cem. (nix) Whitley Co. IN.
James Paul DUNNICK, Jr.
  b. 8 February 1942 (of Ohio)
  d. 16 October 1999, buried: Arlington National Cemetery in VA.
  Index of burials in National Cemeteries. Plot: 6-M3, 16, 5
  James P. Dunnick, 75 . . . Supervisor
Obit publ November 21, 1990
MR DUNNICK, Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee, died Sunday. Born in Ashtabula, Ohio, he moved to Kissimmee from there in 1980. He was a supervisor with Inland Container Corp., Ohio. Survivors: stepdaughter, Katrinka Kume, Painesville, Ohio; sons, James P. Jr., Rockville, Md., Richard A., Colony, Texas; four grandsons. National Cremation Society, Sarasota.
  + Mary Jane DUNNICK (see above)
  b. 1 May 1931
  d. age 56 on 2 August 1987 in Osceola County, FL.
   Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee, FL.
Obit publ. August 4, 1987
MARY JANE DUNNICK, 56, 2100 Pleasant Hill Road, Kissimmee, died Sunday. Born in Jefferson, Ohio, she moved to Kissimmee from Ashtabula, Ohio, in 1978. She was a salesperson for Avon and a Protestant. She was a member of St. Cloud Chapter No. 46, Order of the Eastern Star and a Past Worthy Matron of Sunshine Chapter No. 89, Order of the Eastern Star, Jefferson. Survivors: husband, James P.; daughter, Katrinka Kume, Ashtabula; sons, Richard, Dallas, Texas, James, Rockville, Md.; four grandchildren.
  s/o John Eldon and Florence (Samway) DUNNUCK
  b. January 26, 1961 Middlesex, England
  d. May 26, 2007 at Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne, IN. age 46
  He was a 1979 graduate of Norwell High School
  + yes to (B. R. (B.) D)
  children: daughter (C. L. D)
Jamima DUNNUCK (Dunick) Also see Jemima Below
Jane DUNNICK of Franklin Co. KS ( Elizabeth Jane DUNNICK)
  d/o Joshua & Margaret (GRIFFITH) DUNNUCK
  b. 17 October 1839. -- 3 miles of Chillicothe, OH in Ross county, OH --
Listed as Elizabeth (age 11) in the 1850 Sangamon Co. IL Census and as born in Ohio. Listed as Jane in father's probate papers.
1900 census has her and her parents as born OH/OH/England
  d. 1926. Buried lot 47 in Oakwood Cemetery. Osawatomie, Miami County, KS,
  1880 Census Jane, age 31 is living with her sister Mrs. Alice Pierce. Alice has a new baby. Union Center, Elk Co. KS
  1900 Census has them living in Centropolis township, Franklin Co., KS. Elizabeth (E.J. and her husband J.M. Stoll) have been wed for 18 years and have no children. Elizabeth is 60, and Stoll is 56. Elizabeth's brother Thomas J., age 59, b. July 1840 is living with them. - listed as divorced. Both Thomas and Elizabeth were born in OH. Stoll was born in Germany
  1910 census has them living in Welda township, Anderson County, KS.
John M. Stoll is a farmer - age 66. Thomas J., age 68 is living with them listed as widowed. Both Thomas and Elizabeth were born in OH
  Elizabeth J. d. 8 December 1926, buried Oakwood Cemetery, Osawatomie, Miami County, KS.
  Living in 1891 in Centropolis, KS - per father's probate papers.
  m. Michael STOLL, 23 February 1882, Franklin Co. KS

b. 1 June 1843 Germany/Germany/Germany
He came to the U.S. in 1856 per the 1900 census


d.16 October 1926. Buried Oakwood Cemetery, Osawatomie, Miami County, KS., lot 47

  Children: none.
  Source: Franklin Co., KS website: 1880 census for Union Center, Elk Co., KS - T9-0380, page 357B //1900 census for Centropolis township, Franklin County, KS, series T623, film 480, Book 2, page 122a // and 1910 census for Welda township, Anderson County, KS, series T624, Roll 431, part 2, page 226A // Father's Probate papers //// Virginia Magazine of History & Biography, Vol. 26, page 425 "Gorsuch Family" by Louesa J. Keys -Granddaughter of Joshua // (Keys has her born in KS - This has to be wrong) www.ukans.edu/~hisite/franklin/indexes //
  b. before 1846 Chanceford, York Co. PA
  m. Abram HEAPS
  Abram b. before 1842, Chanceford, York Co., PA
  Children: Nathaniel Smith HEAPS b. 9 February 1868- of Chanceford, York Co. PA - d.26 November 1943, Lancaster, PA.// Nathaniel married Florence Aston ASHTON
  Source: Laura Rittenhouse Knarr of Lancaster, PA 1997
   See following:
  d/o George & Mary DUNNICK
  b. ca 1837 of Chanceford, PA.
  + Nathan "ABRAM" HEAPS
  Source: Wilma, g.gdau of George & Mary, shared with us by Wilma's g.son DKS
  see following
Jane A. DUNNICK (see two Jane's above)
  d/o living with George W. DUNNICK - who was age 40 in PA 1850 Census
  b. Age 13 in 1850 census - b. ca 1837
  Siblings: Charles and Sarah D.
  Source: York Co. PA., Fawn township, 1850 census, taken Dec. 17, 1850
  Online: Family group sheet from the Mormon site list a Jane A.DUNNICK of York Co., PA. b. circa 1842 who wed Abram HEAPS. They had a son Nathaniel Smith HEAPS born in 1868.
  age 48 d. 27 May 2000 - Madison WI -
  Source: Capitol Times
  w/o F. Kenneth DUNNICK - wed before 1942
  he d. before 1998 - she was a widow
  d/o Harry Householder and wife Mildred (nee CLEMENTS)
  raised from birth by her CLEMENTS grandparents. source: Colleen Batsakis
  b. 8 March 1916 at Akron, Summit County, Ohio
(Batsakis has born Knox Co. OH ?)
  d. 10 December 1998 in Columbus, Franklin Co. Ohio, age 82, buried Union Cemetery in Columbus.
  Survived by nephew Joseph Craver of Chicago, IL
 Jannele DUNNICK
  + Emory Amos Anderson (Emory was the son of Kelly & wife #2, Sarah (Watson Anderson.
Emory b. after 1910 and probably before 1915. Kelly's first wife was Dorothy Boone (Check in N.C. ??)
  b. circa 1809 in OH
  + Rebecca b. circa 1813 in Ohio
  Children as listed in 1860 census for Florence township, Stephenson, Co., IL (Freeport Post office) Olive 23 // Mary E. 17 // Rebecca 15 // Martha A 10 // Denis M. 6 // and Zeb R age 4. all children b. in IL.
Jean A. DUNNUCK (1940-1977) (See James G. above)
  w/o James G. DUNNUCK
  w/o Carl DUNNICK of York, PA (see Carl DUNNICK)
  d/o Raymond & Goldie M. (ADAMS) DUNNICK (both b. 1901)
  m. Russell HARDESTY 21 May 1950 in Marion County, IN
marriage book 187, page 681
  b. 24 April 1940
  Issued: IN (1956 And 1957)
  d. March 1977
  Source SSDI
Jean R. (RUNKLE) DUNNICK (see John M. DUNNICK - below)
  Wife of John Monroe DUNNICK
  d/o Harry M. Runkle of Columbus, OH
  w/o Dr. P.E. DUNNICK (from Pennsylvania group).
  b. 29 Nov. 1928
  d. 10 June 2008 of Venice FL. (also Miami)
  sons: R.T. Dunnick and R.D. Dunnuck.
Jeannette H. DUNNICK
  b. 2 September 1895 OH (Parents b. OH)
  d. after 1962
  m. Willard T. S. JONES
  Source: Leon D. Chapman of Albuquerque, N.M. (Family Tree Maker) Chapman@highfiber.com
  1930 Jeannette living in East Broad St., Columbus twp., Franklin Co., OH census dist. 29 - age 34 - divorced Worked in a department store as a personal shopper.
  See John T. below. Wonder if this was his wife. Her age is about right
Jeanette DUNNICK
  d/o Dirk and Mary/Maria (MONSTER) DUNNICK
  b. circa 1901 in Iowa
Jefferson "Jeff" Greenville DUNNUCK (see Bertha)
  s/o John Franklin and Katherine (CHERRY) DUNNUCK
  b. 24 April 1874 - Kosciusko Co., IN - per his obituary
b. 25 April 1874 - Kosciusko Co., IN - 35 y, 2 mos, 28 days. - another obit.
Breman Enquirer, publ July 29, 1909, page 1 has b. April 25.
  d. 1909 Fitzgerald County, Ben Hill Co, GA (obit in Bremen Inquirer, Bremen, IN dated July 29, 1909
Buried: Bremen Cemetery, (IN), Yockey Addition (Marshall Co. IN)
d. age 35 years, 2 months and 28 days - per his obituary
Another source has d. 29 July 1909 in Fitzgerald, Ben Hill Co., GA.
  Estate Records, Dunnuck, Jefferson G., Marshall County, IN 7 November 1910 Box E 113
  "Due to health problems Jefferson took his little family to Fitzgerald Co, GA and ran the Red Front Grocery. The family was there for just a few years, approximately 5 years, when Jeff died." (granddaughter: Judy Keller)
  m. Bertha Ella (WARREN) married at Lapaz, Indiana in 1897

called "Ella" in a letter written by sister-in-law Dawn.
Her obituary lists her marriage to Jefferson as 1897 at Lapaz, in Marshall County, Indiana.
  Bertha was called Ella "Aunt Ella".
b. 24 March 1877, near Lapaz.
d. 10 May 1962. Buried: May 12, Bremen Cemetery, Bremen, IL. Huff Funeral home. She apparently remarried after Jefferson died. Her surname at time of death was Laudeman - per her funeral card.
  Her granddaughter calls Ella's 2nd husband as Joe FROST.
  1908 Land purchase: "Jeff DUNICK" Marshall Co., IN Platt Book, North Township: Land Section 26-35-2
  1900 census: Jefferson DUNNICK age 28, b. April 1874, Farmer, IN/IN/OH wed 3 years. Farmer North township, Marshall County, Indiana. sheet 9 Census District 79
wife: Ella B. age 23, March 1877, IN/IN/OH,
Children: two children, two living
Edna J. age 2, March 1875 b. IN,
Roscoe E. 4/12 months, Jan 1900.
  25 December 1912 Ella (Bertha Ellen Dunnock) married Joseph T. FROST, Marshall Co., IN
27 Feb 1912 Ellen DUNNUCK FROST - guardian of Edna & Roscoe
  1920 census: Joseph F. Frost, age 55, born in Ohio. Merchant - Pool Room., Wife Ella age 42, and Edna I. Dunnuck, age 21, Step daughter - bookkeeper Pool Room office, and Roscoe E. Dunnuck age 19, step son - bookkeeper at foundry. Series T625, Roll 456, Part 2, page 112 B. for 2nd ward; Breman; German twp. Marshall County, IN.
  Joseph FROST died in 1934
  1942, Ella wed Henry LAUDEMAN. He died in 1951 (June 20 in Marshall Co., IN. buried in Bremen Cemetery
  Children: Edna Jane, (1898-1954) and Roscoe Everett (1919-1989)
  In her later years, Ella "lived with Roscoe in South Bend, IN in the winter months". But she died at the home of her sister Mrs. Melvin SNYDER, in North Liberty, IN
  Ella's obituary list her as survived by one son, Roscoe & 3 stepchildren Ernest, Doris & Marie.
4 grandchildren and 14 great grandchildren.
  Source: funeral card for Bertha Ella Laudeman and Chart of John F. DUNNUCK's children and grandchildren donated by N. Gene Dunnuck. Author Joe and Frances DUNNUCK. // Julanne Keller b&d dates for Jefferson.
Obituary for Jefferson from the Bremen Enquirer, publ.29 July 1909, donated Sue Haschemeyer // Obituary for Ella Laudeman from the Bremen Enquirer, publ. 17 May 1962, donated by Sue Haschemeyer.
Jemima (Mrs.) DUNNUCK (See John DUNNOCK)
  Wife of: John 
  Child: Sarah DUNNUCK baptized 1801 St. James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore Co. MD. Sarah daughter of John and Jemima DUNNUCK
  Parish records
  Might Jemimia be the daughter of John & Sarah? Recorded or transcribed error??
Jamima Dunick
  m. Richard DERICK 7 November 1819 Franklin Co. OH.
  Franklin Co. OH (Probate) Marriage Records from LDS.
  + John Steven DUNNICK in Dane Co. WI
  She was b. about 1952-1953
  d. Madison WI, age 48
  WI "State Journal & Capitol Times, Madison, WI. (I do not have these)
Janet (Householder) DUNNICK
  w/o F. Kenneth DUNNICK
  Janet living in 1996 in Columbus, OH

  m. Martin O'CONNER 18 October 1893 in Cook Co. IL Lic. #208-914
Jennie Mae (BOLE) DUNNUCK Jennie May
  daughter of William I. & Lucy (STONE) BOLE. (William b. 3/8/1872 in Jessup, IA, d. 11 May 1931 Morrowville, KS. - Lived Washington Co. KS.
  b. 3 February 1906 Washington County, KS
  d. 21 June 1997 Lakeland, Polk Co.,Florida
  wife of Robert "Bob" Adair DUNNUCK
  Jennie's siblings: Mary, Mrs. Esther Totten, Mrs. Edith Congelon, James, Ruby, and Billy Bob.
  Children: 3 daughters
  Source: Obituary of William I. BOLE, May, 1931, posted on line by Draines22(a)aol.com
Obit of William R. "Bill" BOLE lists Jeannie DUNNUCK/ Wichita Eagle, Wichita, KS publ Sept. 8, 2004.
Jennie (ROTEN) DUNNICK(see Carl Dunnick)
  w/o Carl DUNNICK of Jasper Co. IA - (See Carl DUNNICK)
  Jennie b.circa 1890
  Carl b. 1890
  age 17 in 1910 census for 3rd Ward, Pella, Marion Co., IA (Lake Prairie township. Living with Mother, Allie.
  d/o Edward & Nellie DUNICK
  b. circa 1897
  Source: 1910 Census of Erie, Erie Co. PA
Jennie DUNNUCK (see Guy)
  wife of Guy B. DUNNUCK age 47 in 1930 census for Hodgeman Co., KS b. circa 1883 in IN
  She is born in IN about 1885
  Guy has a sister Alice who was born in IN. age 58 in 1930, single. b. ca. 1872 IN/PA/IN
  Mother-in-law of Guy - Margaret E. Pearce age 71 widow b. ca. 1859 IN/OH/KY
Jessie Eva DUNNICK
  d/o Private Dunnick of Manning IA (who was a prisoner at Andersonville in the Civil War. -family lore)
  Son Joseph Pierre "Ted" Capdevielle grew up at Manning. b. circa 1917
+Elsie Schultz in Manning circa 1943 (one son, JJC)
  Source of marriage: grandson: Jim
Jessica Dunnick -
  of Grundy Center - Senior IGHSAU I Girls High School A.U.

  d/o (see Millard A. and Donna Dunnuck) probably parents
  m. William "Bill" Howard SICKINGER, Jr.
  d. 25 March 2000, age 72 Woodruff, S.C. (obit says - native of Columbus, OH)
  SSDI has William b. 10 February 10, 1928, SS card issued in Ohio, d. Woodruff.
  children: Yes.
  b. circa 1883 in Austria
  Source 1920 census for Walsenburg township, Huerfano Co. CO Roll: T625_165 Page: 7B ED: 92 Image: 141
Johannus DUNNUCK
  d. 28 February 1874 in Ottawa Co. MICHIGAN
  s/o Isaac and Anna DUNNICH
  b. circa 1878 in IA of Lynn Grove, Jasper County, IA
  b. circa 1718
  m. Katherine LANGLEY
b. after 1718
  Katherine's parents were Thomas Langley and wife Katherine. Thomas was born 1702, d. 1751 -dated Proved 21 March 1750, Norfolk, VA -20 July 1750
  gave "to grandson Thomas Dunnock my Negro Girl" ; "to granddaughter Katharine Dunnock...Negro"
  On line Langley site // Also see page 270 of Will Abstracts for Norfolk Co. by McIntosch or abstracted collection at ancestry.com
  Father of John DUNNICK b. 1747 (see below)
  Court Records
  (From Newgate Prison, London England, to Port of Maryland 2 September 1737) Arrived in Maryland from Newgate Prison, City of London, County of Middlesex aboard the Pretty Patsie. "Francis Lux Commander for Maryland." Shipped by Mr. Jonathan Forward of London, Merchant, 2 Sept. 1737 for MD. - List of Prisoners -- An Abraham Sutton was also on this ship.
  Source: Immigrant Ships, Transcribers Guild, "Pretty Patsie." Transcribed by John Bowman whose ancestor was also aboard the ship
John DUNNICK (Dunnikc [sic])
  These are the parents of John b. 1747.
  m. Mary PASMORE (PASSMORE) in Baltimore County in
  Source: Maryland Marriages 1634-1777, page 55, compiled by Robert W. Barnes lists the marriage of John DUNNICK & Mary PASMORE as 5 December 1742.
  on Ancestry.com it give the Source as Baltimore County Families 1659 - 1759 by Robert W. Barnes. wed "Nov. or Dec. 1742 "
  Contributed by Shirley Schuldt:
Barnes, Robert, Baltimore County Families, 1659-1759. Page 188: John Dunnick m. Mary Pasmore on Nov. or Dec. 1742. Register of St. John's Protestant Episcopal Church.
Peden, Jr., Henry C, St. John's and St. George's Parish Registers, Baltimore and Harford Counties, Maryland 1696-1851. Family Line Publishers, 1987. Page 121: Dec. 5 John Dunnikc [sic] and Mary Pasmore both of this parish 1.2.3 *Joppa 1742 *indicates banns were published 3 times.


Chart on John and his Children
b. 1747 (calculated from tombstone)
d. 17 June 1819. Buried: West Liberty Cemetery, Harford County, MD
Tombstone transcribed by Sue Haschemeyer " SACRED to the memory of John Dunnuch who departed this life June 17th 1819 age 72 years"
 donated by Sue Haschemeyer Larger Photos of West Liberty Church and tombstones
  In 1819 John Dunnuck (father before his death, or son after his fathers death??) sold for one dollar part of a tract of land called Rabbits Warren to the Trustees of West Liberty Methodist Episcopal Church for the church site. Board of Trustees were Thomas Meredith, David Gorsuch, Charles Gorsuch, (John's son Thomas married a Gorsuch) Edmund Rockhold (who was also a witness to John's 1819 will) Jacob Rockhold, David Simpson, and Peter Lesourd.
  Will of John DUNNUCK dated June 17, 1819


m. Catherine SUTTON, 10 December 1771

b. 1752

d. January 16, 1836 - Tombstone reads
"SACRED to the memory of Catherine Dunnuch who departed this life Jan 16, 1836 age 84 years" (note the "h" not a "k") buried with husband

Catharine was the
d/o Joseph SUTTON and wife, Ruth
Joseph was b. 1724, wed 1748 Baltimore City, MD d. 1 June 1810
Joseph was the son of Thomas SUTTON b. ca 1700, d. 2 July 1729 Baltimore, MD.
SUTTON Descendancy Chart

  Children: Sarey ( circa 1772) // Joseph (b circa 1776) // Ruth (1779) // Dorcas(1782) // John (btz 1787) // Thomas (btz 1787) // Joshua // Ketturah (b circa 1792) // Rachel (1793) // Catherine (btz. 1796) // (Mary) Elizabeth (1805)
  Source: Will of John Dunnuck // records and DAR papers of Ruby Dunnuck Nusbaum (d. 1962).//Catherine Sutton's parents from Ancestry.com
  m. Mary CLOUSE - 22 March 1783 MD
  Source LDS M533731
  s/o John DUNNUCK
  b. September 1773 MD
(or October 26, 1773) (another source has October 26, 1772) (see death info next line)
  d. October 4, 1846, Kosciusko Co., IN. Buried: Pleasant View Cemetery, Kosciusko Co. IN. John was the first burial in the cemetery. His tombstone has Age 73y, 11 mo. 8 days (age calculator has his birth at October 26, 1772)
Photo from Patricia Sparks
It reads: Died Oct. 4, 1846 d. 73yrs 11 mo. 8d.
The book "Cemetery Records for Kosciusko Co. IN, Volume VII by Lester H. Bennie, page 81, lists John Dunnock, d. October 4, 1846, age 73-11-8. Probate papers begin November 8, 1848, two years later. They refer to 30 days having lapsed since John's death, identify Elisha as son, and grant him letters of administration. John died intestate (without a will).

Among the papers is a bill dated Warsaw, October 15, 1846 "Dew to Samuel Lowy ___ Dollars for making a coffin. Mr. Dunic please pay ____ ______ the above acount __ oblige Yours, S. E. L____y. Rec.d the above _____ Oct 25, 1847."

and a bill dated Feb. 19, 1847. "Mr. Dunnick, Sir please pay Philip Beans four dollars and Sixteen cents the amount one in for your Fathers Shroud. Noon T. Cosgrove. This bill was paid July 30, 1849
  m. Sarah HUGHES (one undocumented source give the marriage at 1793 - no location) (Another undocumented source give the marriage as March 1, 1791 to Sarah Hues)
  + Another wife Nancy DUNNUCK

"Rec'd of Elisha G. Dunnuck, Administrator of the Estate of John Dunnick. Deceant Sute Kosciusko County Indiana the sum of twelve dollars which I hereby _ecoin as in full Suti's Faction Amount coming to me from Said Estate as the wife of Said Dunuck decead this October the 23tt A.D. 1848. Nancy Dunuck (seal) (mark)"
Atterts - Mitchel Timmons

The State of Ohio Pickaway County


Before me Mitchel Timmons a Justice of the peace in and for Said County personally appeared the within ar Above named Nancy Dunnuck and acknowledged the signing and sealing of the written above instrument to be her voluntary act and Deed this Octover the 23 th A.D. 1948, Mitchel Timmons, JP (seal)

(John's daughter Catherine married in 1841 to a William Timmons in Pickaway Co. OH)
  According to the obit of his daughter Catherine (Mrs. Timmons), the family moved to Ohio in 1818 (Piqua). In 1837 she accompanied "her uncle, Joshua Dunnuck" to Kosciusko County, IN. This is the first concrete link I find to make John and Catherine (Sutton) Dunnuck the parents of this John.


Sarah Hughes b. 1773, MD

Sarah Hughes d. Oct. 26. 1826, Pickaway Co., Ohio.
another source has d. Oct. 7, 1826. Buried in the Chester Peters farm, now known as the Tallman cemetery.

To Ohio after 1816 (Elisha b. in MD), but before 1819 (Ann b. in OH)
Known Children: Samuel (b. 1798), Luke (btz *), Catherine (b. ca 1812), John David (b. 1814), & Elisha, (b. 1816 in MD) .Belinda (b. ?) and Ann (b. 1819 in OH)
John 1773 --- 3-generation chart (one page overview)
John 1773 - descendancy chart (best place to view daughter's families)

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Chester Peters Farm cemetery, Circleville, OH  Stone reads:

wife of John D. Dunnuck
died October 7, 1826
Aged 53 years

* there is a Luke Wiley Dunnuck christened in MD in 1799, son of a John & Sarah (no sir name given) Dunnuck. There appears to be two (2) John & Sarah's. I believe the 1799 date applies to the John and Sarah Dunn*ck who also fathered Hellen and Joseph Sutton since all three are christened in the same church - the same church where John 1747 had some of his Children christened, namely, John and Thomas in 1787, Rachel in 1793, and Catherine in 1796. That would suggest the two Johns (1747 & 1773) are father and son. If we can proved that Luke belongs in the family of John & Sarah (Hughes) Dunnuck, it will solve one mystery, but leaves the question of how Sarah Wiley fits and why that is Luke's middle name. See Luke and also see Luke's under wills which offers a fairly strong case that he belongs to John 1773. Also see the 1810 MD census below.
Would someone from Fairfield Co. Ohio see if they can find a tombstone with a birth date for Luke. He died in Fairfield Co. in 1845. If so please share.
  Sources: 1860 Kosciusko Co. IN Census // D.S. Copeland family pages //cemetery records from Kosciusko Co., IN// Kosciusko County Indiana 1836-1986, bio. sketch Dunnuck, publ. Kosciusko County Historical Society, pages 108 & 109, etc.


1810 Census         Who they might be...my guess
Baltimore Co. MD. 541 Mine Run DUNNOCK John Jr. Head of H.H. 26-45    
      1 male: 5 females Under 10  Luke, and 5 of
Jemima, Ruth, Hellen, Belinda, Actsy, Mary
      2 males: 10-16  Joseph, Samuel
      1 male 1 female 26-45  John & Sarah
If we combine the two John and Sarah's together as one, this census starts to make sense. born after 1810 Catherine, John, Elisha, b. MD and Ann and Nathiel b. OH -
  Might this be the John W. that married Saray Wiley ? noted separately below.
  Joseph and Hellen ... Do these belong to the John & Sarah listed above, (John 1773?) Or to another John & Sarah ??? Luke: btz. 1799 s/o John & Sarah. LDS Film C507821
  Also Joseph Sutton DUNNUCK baptized 1797 St. James, same place Luke was baptized - s/o a John & Sarah LDS Film C507821
  Also Hellen btz. 1 Feb. 1805 s/o a John & Sarah at St. James Parish, Baltimore Co., MD. Same church as Luke. Batch C507821
  I'm inclined to think this John & Sarah belonged to John b. 1747 & wife Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNICK -- but Luke confuses me.
  Fayette Co. PA 1800 census (check Bullskin twp.)
John (W.) DUNNUCK (b. ca 178?)
  BTZ. August 25, 1787 St. James Parish Record, My Lady's Manor, Baltimore Co., MD. same day as Thomas making him the Son of John DUNNUCK (and Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK)
  1810 census living by John DUNNOCK Sr. Baltimore County MD, Mine Run township. two adults age 25-45, 2 males 10-16, and 5 females, 1 male under 10
  Uncertain where this John fits - fits John (1773) & Sarah (Hughes) DUNNUCK  While the parents ages are correct, and he has 2 males 11,12, and 1 daughter & 1 son under 10 in 1810 (what about the 4 other daughters under 10 ??) See
John W. DUNNUCK b. ca 1776
  m. Sarah WYLEY 1796, d/o Vincent and Sarah (SUTTON) Wyley
  Sarah Wyley's mother Sarah Sutton was the daughter of Joseph and Ruth (ADAMS) SUTTON, sister to Catherine SUTTON who married John (1747) DUNNUCK
  ????? When ??? Where ???
Could this be the son of John (1747) & Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK?  Did Sarah marry her first cousin on the Sutton side? Could this be the son of John (1747) & Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK? Might Luke, Hellen & Joseph, btz. Saint James P.E. Parish in Baltimore County, MD between 1797-1805 be the their Children?
  Also see the John DUNN*CK that married Sarah HUGHES about 1793. (above) In particular, check out Luke.
  Daughter: Sarah btz. 1801 at St. James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore., MD.
   Sarah's parents were John and Jemima DUNNUCK
  m. Terise PHILLIPS, St. Joseph's RC Mission, Cordova, Microfile M856 at MHS
  m. Nancy DOLBY 29 Oct. 1831, Circleville, OH
  another source (online - Ohio History Network, Pickaway Co. OH) has them wed Oct. 20, 1839 and spells the name DUNNICK
   Also see William C. DUNNUCK b. ca 1840,
  s/o John & Annie DUNNICK (both born in Hungry)
  b. 1862 in "Slovokia" (Hungry)
  d. Dec. 10, 1916 Ashtabula, Co. OH
  + Maria Scziranka
  Source: Source: OH Vital Records - Volume 2108, death Certificate 72210 (OH Historical Society)
   Sons John Anton b. 1889, Michael Joseph b. 1891, and Paul A. b. 1892

John DUNNUCK, ( Jr.) b. MD ca 1814  
  s/o John b. 1773 and Sarah (HUGHES) DUNNUCK  
b. Feb. 11, 1814, MD (computed from tombstone)  
d. April 27, 1876 in Washington County, KS. Buried Spence Cemetery, "Dunnuck Cemetery" Washington County, Spence, Kansas.
(see WILL)
1840 census: John appears in the Kosciusko Co. - 3 sons under 5 yrs.. Probably arrived in 1838/39 with Joshua.
Children: (son b.between 1836 & 1840), George F b. 1838 b. OH, John Adams b. 1840 IN
1850 they were in Kosciusko Co. IN .John and Catherine's children living at home in 1850 Kosciusko Co. IN census were: George L. (should be F.), John, Sarah E., Mary M.b. 1848, Emily J. b. 1848  
1853 Another set of twins born Feb. 11, 1853
Arletta and Edward in Milford, IN to John and Catherine.
  "John is said to have been a circuit rider in Indiana and was later assigned to a local Methodist parish in which he served until his death in 1861" Source: Frances (Mrs. Joseph) Dunnuck
(Note: John A. did not die until 1876, but went to KS sometime after the 1860 census was taken and 1866 when a son died in KS.) I assume Frances (source) was referring to he ministry as an INDIANA circuit rider ended about 1861
  "John "DANNUCK" was a minister in the United Brethren Church.
Elizabeth's (2nd wife of Dunnuck) brother John Perry Elliott, from whom Dunnuck is said to have purchased land in KS, was also a United Brethren Minister. After leaving Kansas, John Perry Elliott settled in Reynolds, Jefferson Co., NB. John Perry Elliott died in 1884. (The 1870 census for Jefferson Co. NB lists Elliott's 5 year old Isaac b. in KS, and 2 year old Elizabeth b. in NB - this would seem to indicate a move from KS to NB between 1865-1868) -So it would appear that John DUNNUCK went to Kansas between 1865 and 1866.
  John Dunnuck's Time Line see TIMELINE  

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#1 +. Catherine LEASENBY 26 Nov. 1835 Circleville, Pickaway Co.,OH by Rev. Joshua LEAZENBY - (which spelling correct??)  

b. Feb. 16, 1816 in Circleville, OH

 Try to confirm

*d. May 21, 1854 in Idaville, in White Co. IN
d. Feb. 11, 1853 at Milford, Kosciusko IN
d. Feb. 21 1851 (tombstone transcription) 38 years, 2 months, 26 days. Leazenby Cemetery, White Co., IN. ( the 1851 cannot be correct - she had another set of twins February 11, 1853. "Catherine DUNNACK"

  1860 census for Burnettesville,(Jackson township) White Co., IN has
John - 45,(farmer)// Elizabeth -43, their 2 year old daughter Catherine,//
Also step daughters Nancy Kendal -24 and Charlot Kendal -12

From John's first wife: John-20 //, Sarah-17 // Mary-11 // Edward-7 and Arletta-7.//.
Series M653, Roll 307, book 1, page 609
  1870 census for Washington township, Washington Co. KS has John DUNNUCK, Orig. page 24, taken June 11, 1870.

Jno . . . . . . . . age 55 b. MD Farmer
Eliz . . . . . . . . age 53 b. IN
Edward . . . . . age 17 b. IN (m)
E.A. . . . . . . . .age 11 b. IN (f)
C.A /OR/ E.A. . age 9 b. IN (f)
  1875 census for Hanover, Washington Co. KS. Has John age 61 b. MD,// Elizabeth age 57, b. IN // Catherine age 16, b. IN // and C. Jane age 14 b. IN.// Edward R. SHELDON age 6, b. KS (grandson) Also in the household is Peter Peterson age 23 born in Denmark. He married Catherine Dunnuck.  
  Descendancy chart  
  Son George F. was born in OH. To IN before. 1840  
  They had a great grandson Arthur living in Lakewood, California who was 87 (written by (Mrs. Joseph) Frances Dunnuck in about 1970. (given to me by Sheldon Copeland)  
  + #2 John married Elizabeth Ann "Betsey" (ELLIOTT), widow KENDALL in August 7, 1854 in Idaville, IN White Co. IN.
John Dunnuck to Elizabeth Hoffhind 8/7/1854 C-2-55
  Elizabeth Ann Kendall married a Henry Hoffhanese 14 August 1853 in Fulton County, see marriage book A132 before she wed DUNNUCK. Don't know what happened to Hoffhanese.(or Hoffhind)  
  . . . . . .d/o James and Nancy (SHIELDS) ELLIOTT.. James and Nancy came to KS in 1860 and settled in Hanover, KS. James b. 1971 in PA, Nancy b. 1798 in TN

"James and Nancy Shields Elliott (arrived) with seven of their ten children -- four of whom were married and had families of their own -- came to this part of Kansas in July 1860.......all traveled by ox team. Each of the five Elliott families brought into this new land a few head of cattle, a box of chickens, a chest or two for bedding and clothes, and a meager supply of dishes and cooking utensils. These early pioneers were little disturbed by their lack of material wealth....." their youngest daughter Rebecca Ann Elliott was one of the first to be wed in the new county, "if not the first ....after Washington County was detached from Marshall county." Rebecca wed Lafayette Morgan. by Mary O. Coleman, 70th edition of the "Washington Co. Register, Publ. Friday September 16, 1938
The 1860 census has siblings John, Jasper and Ruth Elliott all living in Mill Creek township. Washington Co. Kansas Territory. - Marysville Post office taken August 19, 1860. I did not find the other Elliotts there.
The 1870 census has Nancy, age 72, living with Rebecca and her family
in Washington Co., Washington township., Kansas. pages 24 & 25.
Tombstone photos of Nancy & James
Nancy d. Feb. 2, 1875, age 76 years, 11 months & 4 days
her husband James d. September 17, 1865 age 72 years 1 month 5 days. Both are buried in the Dunnuck cemetery (also know as the Spence or Spenceville Cemetery) in Spence, Kansas.

Elizabeth Ann - see Tombstone

b. Feb. 23, 1817 in Washington Co. IN
(she is 33 in 1850 Census for White Co. IN-"Kendol").
Computed from the tombstone she was born February 21, 1817.


d. Oct. 13, 1878 in Washington Co. KS

  Children by Elizabeth: 2 daughters: Catherine Ann b. (1858- IN) and Samantha Jane (1860-IN)  
  Elizabeth and Isaac Kendall had 4 Children:
Nancy b. ca 1836, (d. probably before 1876 - not listed in step father's will)
Margaret b. ca 1838-d. 1857,or d. 1853 see below.
William J..b.ca 1841, died in Civil War January 1863.
Charlotte b. ca 1848,- Mrs. Davis - only Kendall to receive from step-father's will of 1876, so Nancy might be deceased.

Margaret KINDALL is buried in the Leazenby Cemetery, row 6, with her brother William J. KINDALL and Catherine DUNNACK. The Leazenby Cemetery index lists William J. as d. January 21, 1863 at the age of 22 y, 7 m, 6 days Soldiers Grave GAR. Margaret as d. November 11, 1853. Catherine's information is listed above.

Their father, Isaac was b. ca 1799 in NC - d. Oct. 15, 1851 -- He is listed in the 1850 White County Census with Elizabeth and his Children.as HH #617. His name is difficult to read - looks like Franc, but Elizabeth and the Children are correct. The above ages taken from the 1850 census.
  John and Elizabeth each lost a son in the Civil War. William J. Kendall & John A. DUNNUCK.
William was killed 1862, (This needs checking, but William might have been a private with the 87 Infantry, Co. H. that organized out of Logansport, IN, December 11, 1861.) (This need verification) William died before John and lore has it that his body was brought back for burial. (To Indiana or Kansas?) When John A. DUNNUCK died 2 January 1863, it was decided not to try to retrieve the body. I believe John is buried near Gallatin, TN. John A. was a private with the Indiana 87th Regiment, Company H. Organized out of South Bend, Indiana August 31, 1862
  John and Elizabeth went to KS about 1863.  
  1875 census for Hanover, Washington Co., KS. has John DUNNUCK age 61 b. MD, Elizabeth DUNNUCK age 57 b. IN, Catherine DUNNUCK age 16 b. IN, S. Jane DUNNUCK age 14b. IN and Grandson, Edward SHELDEN age 6 b. KS and Peter PETERSON age 23 b. Denmark.  
  Sources: 1850 Kosciusko IN Census //LDS on-line records reveal births of Catherine & Smantha // LDS Ancesteral file on Elizabeth Elliott AFN:8S9D-P4 //Familytreemaker.com. Elizabeth Elliott  
 CLYDE Another interesting note is Elizabeth's sister Ruth and her second husband Richard Emery DERRICK raised a child "CLYDE DUNNUCK" from the age of nine months. A Hiram Clyde, known as "Clyde" DUNNUCK lists his father as Edward Sale DUNNUCK but lists his mother as Elizabeth Reddick?? Ruth first married a Miles Bristol in 1843 -he died in 1850 and they had no children. She then wed Richard Emery Derrick in 1853. At the time Hiram Clyde was born in Oct. 20, 1879, a Martha J. (REDDICK) DUNNUCK, was the 1st wife of Edward Sale Dunnick. Martha died Dec. 29, 1879. Hiram Clyde would have been two month old. His two older brothers Henry and William, ages 3 & 4 went to their grandparents home: Hiram and Sarah REDDICK.  
  s/o Thomas and Eleanor (GORSUCH) DUNNICK  
  b. 20 Sept. 1816  
  d.. - died young  
John W. DUNNUCK (Rev)  
  s/o Joshua and Dinah (TALLMAN) DUNNUCK "Dianah"  
b. Nov. 21, 1816 Pickaway Co., OH  
d. 26 Nov. 1900, Kosciusko Co., IN Bur Mentone Cemetery.  
link to" Last Will and Testament  
  m. Henrietta SCOTT, Oct. 14, 1838 in Fayette County OH (Probate records & his obit has 1838) (her obit has 1837)  
settled in Kosciusko Co. IN in 1838 - per her obit.  
d/o Elihu SCOTT of PA and his wife, Mahala WITTERS of MD 1880 census lists Henrietta's father b. KY, and Mother b. MD.  
  Henrietta b. 29 Feb. 1816, Ross County, OH  
  d. 15 Mar 1906 at home 3 miles east of Mentone, IN, funeral at Mentone ME church. Tombstone has 90 years, 15 days.  
  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.  
  In Mar 1906 obit "mother of 11" -- five children by whom there were 18 grandchildren and 31 great grandchildren  
  John W. migrated to Indiana with father in fall of 1837. John must have returned to OH briefly as marriage records show him being married there in Oct. 1838 -as does the 1900 census. Obit says they wed in 1837. I don't believe 1837 to be correct.  
  1849 From History of Mentone (Kosciusko Co., Indiana) "In 1849 the first M.E. Church was organized at the home of J.W.Dunnuck. In 1851 a log church was erected in Section 31.  
  1870 census Harrison Township, Palestine, page 347b Spelled DANNICK

John W. Dannick age 52 b. OH, Henritta age 52 b. Ohio, Children: Franklin S.-19, Marion F. age 17, Amanda age 15, Lyman age 9.
  1880 census lists John & Henrietta's two grandchildren (Flora & Will) by son Benjamin & Ben's first wife Nancy with John W & Henrietta. Benjamin & 2nd wife Sarah had a new baby that was only days old.
Harrison Township, June 17, 1880, page 28. John (OH/MD/?) & Henrietta (OH/KY/MD) are 64, Lyman is 18, grandchildren, Flora is 11, and William 9. Daughter Phebe Borton is (39 ?)
(The census erronously lists Flora & Will as daughters)
  1900 census. John W. age 83, born Nov. 1816, wed 62 years (OH/MD/MD) and wife Henrietta age 84, born February 1816. (OH/PA/MD) had 11 children, 7 living.  
  Biography of John W. DUNNUCK  
  Obituary of John W. DUNNUCK  
  Sources: Dunnuck family Bible kept by John W's son, // Geographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago, IL , Publ. 1887, Pages 449-50, 733, 659, 143, // Family Obits from newspapers (clipped without source data).// Obit. Henretta, Tri-County Gazette, Mentone, IN, Thurs. Mar 22, 1906 "Death of a Pioneer". // Henrietta: similar obit in The Bremen Enquirer, publ. 29 March 1906// Obit of John, Tri-County Gazette, Mentone, IN, Thurs, Nov. 29, 1900. "A Pioneer Called Home" // History of Mentone (IN) //  
  /o William Morrow & Hannah Clarkston (MILLER) DUNNUCK  
  b. March 7, 1874  
  d. not with family in the 1880 census for Butler twp, Miami Co., IN  
  Listed among the deceased children in a 1915 document -fathers Civil War Pension Papers.  
  s/o Henry and Phebe (EVANS) DUNNUCK  
  b. Feb. 16, 1871, died May 23, 1874 buried Pleasant View Cemetery, Warsaw, Kosciusko Co. IN.  
John Adams DUNNUCK  
  s/o John and Catherine (Leasenby) DUNNUCK  
  b. June 13, 1840 in IN  
  + Malinda COLLINS August 26, 1862 in White Co. IN. See White Co., IN Marriage book C-2, org. pg 390  
  Mustered out August 31, 1862  
  listed as living in Monticello, IN  
  d. civil war 2 Jan 1863 at Gallatin, TN  
  Malinda applied for widow's pension July 8, 1963  
  Malinda DUNNACK married #2, Harrison CUTLER, 17 March 1864 in White Co. IN. (see marriage book C, page 2. org. page 441.) (Harrison was the son of Loren and Elizabeth Cultler and is in the 1850 census of White Co. IN. Harrison was 14 yrs. old, i.e. born ca 1836)( Harrison was previously wed on Feb. 21, 1858 to Margaret RUSSELL, daughter of Anna Hays and Prior T. Russell. Margaret was born in 1835)  
  Source: 1850 Kosciusko Co., IN Census /// Civil War Pension index at Ancestry.com // Indiana Civil War History "IN Inf . 87"// family treemaker.com users/p/a/r/Ken-Parker/Gene48-0042.html. - re father's 2nd wife. ///  
  John A. DUNNICK served in the H. Company, 87th Indiana Infantry. Was a Sargent. Enlisted 31 Aug. 1862 and listed residence as Monticello, IN  
  Organized at South Bend, Ind., and mustered in August 31, 1862. Ordered to Louisville, Ky., August 31. Attached to 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, Army of the Ohio, September, 1862. 3rd Brigade, 1st Division, 3rd Army Corps, Army of the Ohio, to November, 1862. 3rd Brigade, 3rd Division, Center 14th Army Corps, Army of the Cumberland, to January, 1863  
  SERVICE.--Pursuit of Bragg to Crab Orchard, Ky., October 1-15, 1862. Battle of Perryville, Ky., October 8. March to Nashville, Tenn., October 16-November 7. Duty South Tunnel, Pilot Knob and Gallatin, Tenn., November 8-26, and guarding fords of the Cumberland till January 29, 1863. Duty at Nashville, Tenn., till March 6.  
  Marriage indexes for White Co. IN. Book C  
John DUNNICK, 1841-1915, bur Maple Grove Cemetery (probably MI)  
  Co. I, 25th MI Infantry - early settler Newaygo Co. MI, Lived in Fremont  
  another source has 28th Michigan Infantry, company I and lists name as Dunick  
   Lived in Freemont, Newago Co., MI  
John DUNNICK b. 1841  
  Listed as age 69, living as an inmate at Old Soldiers Home in Grand Rapids township, Kent County, Michigan in 1910 census. listed as married 10 years, born Holland (Dutch) and immigrated in 1851? hard to read? See listing of immigrants. There is also a John H. born 1841 that was still living in the 1920 census.  
  m. Nervada WEAVER 22 Mar. 1783 in Kalamazoo, MI  
  Source LDS M533731  
John Fletcher DUNNUCK  


s/o John W. and Henrietta (SCOTT) DUNNUCK  
b. June 15, 1848 in Kosciusko Co. IN  
 Living in Bremen in 1915 according to sister Phebe's obit.  
d. coroners index for St. Joseph Co., IN list 1927 Buried at Bremen Cemetery V & S 1st addition, Lot 97
His obit published in the Bremen Enquirer on November 3rd lists his death as "Thursday evening" That would make his death as October 27th 1927. At Haven Hubbard Memorial Home near New Carlisle. He had had a paralyzing stroke six years prior.
  m. Catherine Amanda CHERRY November 10, 1867
Both Catherine's and John's obituaries have wed November 11th at Palestine, IN in Kosciusko Co.
Catherine was the daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Greenville P. Cherry
In a 1891 obit in the South Bend (IN) Tribune, Elizabeth Cherry is listed as the widow of G. P. Cherry . She died March 10, in Michigan City.

Catherine A. Cherry was:
b. March 1850 in Ohio (father b. VA, mother PA per 1900 census)
b. March 25, 1850 at Gallian Ohio, March 25, 1850


d. 2 September 1921, St. Joseph Hospital Mishawaka, IN following gallstone surgery.
Buried at Bremen Cemetery V & S 1st addition, Lot 97

get Catherine's obituary published in the Pierceton Record, 4 September 1921, page 4
(Kosciusko Co. IN)
  1900 Census: H.H. 197 - John F. Dunnick age 51, born June 1848, IN/OH/OH.
wife Catherine age 50, b. March 1850 - OH/VA/PA. Five children, 4 living. None living at home. North township, Marshall County, IN, series T623, Roll 392, book 1, page 153
  1908 John F. & C. DUNNICK Platt Book, North township, Marshall Co. IN Section 35-35-2  
  John of Breman, IN in 1915  
  Children: 5 -- Emily Edith (Mrs. Charles E. ARNOLD) b. 1868 - living 1930 // Lottie Helen b. 1869-1872 // Franklin Scott b/d 1871-1933 // Jefferson G. b/d 1874-1909 // Chester R. b/d 1876 - 1945  

Obituary of Catherine Dunnuck, wife of John F. Donated by Granddaughter, Judy Keller -- Published Bremen (IN) Inquirer, Sept. 8, 1921

Mrs. John F. Dunnuck Dies After Operation

"......died St. Joseph's hospital in Mishawaka Friday following an operation for gallstones on Wednesday. She had numerous attacks of the trouble before, and finally decided upon the operation......"

"Funeral services.....Salem Evangelical Church of which she was a member.......Burial in the Bremen cemetery."

"Catherine Amanda, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. G .P. Cherry, was born at Galian, Ohio , March 25, 1850.........She united in marriage with John F. Dunnuck on November 11, 1867, and to this union five children were born, of whom two, Lottie Helen and J. G. Dunnuck, preceded the mother in death. Surviving are the husband and three children, Mrs. C. E. Arnold and Chester R. Dunnuck of South Bend (IN) and Frank S. Dunnuck of Bremen (IN). She also leaves one brother, Jefferson Cherry of Cameron, MO., ten grand children and two great grand children."


Obituary of John F. Donated by Granddaughter, Judy Keller -- Published Bremen (IN) Inquirer, Nov. 3, 1927, page 1

John F. DUNNUCK Called by Death at Hubbard Home

John F. Dunnuck, one of the old and well know residents of this community died at the Haven Hubbard Memorial Home near New Carlisle.......paralysis six years ago........

Mr. Dunnuck was born in Kosciusko county June 15, 1848 .......On Nov. 11, 1867 he was united in marriage with Catherine Amanda Cherry of Palestine, Ind., who died about six years ago. Three sons and two daughters were born to them, one daughter Lottie Helen and one son Jefferson G. preceding the parents in death. The surviving children are Chester R. Dunnuck and Mrs. Charles Arnold of South Bend (IN) and Frank S. Dunnuck of Bremen (IN). He also leaves one brother Benjamin Dunnuck of Warsaw. There are ten grandchildren and seven great grandchildren.........Burial in the Bremen cemetery.

JOHN F. DUNNUCK CALLED BY DEATH AT HUBBARD HOME --- John F. Hubbard, one of the old and well known residents of this community, died at the Haven Hubbard memorial Home near New Carlisle Thursday evening. He had been in frail health since he suffered a stroke of paralysis six years ago. Last May another attack weakened him, and it is beleved [sic] that a third stroke caused his death Thursday. He had been sitting in an easy chair of the sun parlor of the home for some time when it was discovered that he had quietly slept away.
Mr. Dunnuck was born in Kosciusko county June 15, 1948, and was seventy nine years, four months and twelve days old. On Nov. 11, 1867, he was united in marriage with Catherine Amanda Cherry of Palestine, Ind, who died about six years ago. Three sons and two daughters were born to them, one daughter, Lottie Helen, and one son Jefferson G., preceding the parents in death. The surviving children are Chester R. Dunnuck and Mrs. Charles Arnold of South Bend and Frank S. Dunnuck of Bremen. He leaves also one brother, Benjamin Dunnuck, of Warsaw. there are ten grandchildren and seven great grandchildren [sic], and many other less near relatives.
Funeral services were held in Salem Evangelical church Sunday morning. Rev. D. A. Kaley, pastor of the church, officiating. Burial was in the Bremen Cemetery.

  Sources: Geographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago, IL , Publ. 1887, Pages 449-50. // Loose record page found in the Benjamin DUNNUCK family Bible dated 1929, // Mrs. Joseph DUNNUCK of Greenwood, IN- (Children's names) May 1971 indirectly through David DUNNUCK in 1999. // Sister Phebe's obit 1915// Kosciusko Co., Indiana Marriage index page 577, Book C. // Cemetery information from Judy Keller // John and Catherine's obits from the Bremen Inquier from Judy Keller.  
DUNNUCK, John (see John Fletcher above ??? )  
  b. age 70 in 1920 Census, (ca 1850) Indiana
Roll: T625_456 Page: 8B ED: 172 Image: 745
County: Marshall County, German township, IN
  s/o Henry Bell and Phebe (EVANS) DUNNUCK  
  b. & d. 1863 Pleasant View Cemetery., Kosciusko Co. IN  
  Source: D. Sheldon COPELAND family group sheet.  
John Henry DUNNICK  
  s/o Charles M. & Elizabeth Ann (LIEB) DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1871 in PA, farmer  
  m. Susannah E. HILD on April 1, 1893, York Co., PA. See Susannah  
  b. circa 1875 in MD (Census has her name as Sinnie) MD/MD/MD  
  12 Children in all. Mary, Wilma, Edna, Alma, Beulah, Leona, Carl, Gemmill, Charles, Ernest and Evans. all deceased by 2009 (Assume one there was perhaps Leroy b about 1902 or John E. b. about 1916...and who is W. Ernest b. about 1920.) Or perhaps they are still living???  
  Children: [from the 1910 Census ] Alma V. 16 PA,// dau. Beula O. 14 b. MD// Edna M. 12 b. PA// Leroy 8 born PA, // Carl M. 7 b PA, // Charles (twin) 5 b. PA, // son Gemmill H (twin). 5 b. PA// Mary E. 2 b. PA// Blanch L. 11/12 mos. b. PA (in 1910, they had 9 children, all living)  
  "Dorcas Leona" "Leon" is also called Blanch L in the 1910 census.. d. August 6, 2009 see Leona DUNNICK  
  1920 census for Hopewell, York County, PA John (farmer) & Susanna
Children at home are Carl E. 17 // Gemmil H. 14 // Charles (F?) 14 (yes same) // Mary E. 12 // Dorcas L. 9 // Wilma L. 6 // John E. 3-9/12
(Note: John Evans DUNNICK was the 11th child of John H. and Susanna)
  1930 census: Red Lion, York Co. PA John H. age 59, married age 21, PA/PA/PA, Carpenter At home, wife, Susanna, children Wilma L age 16, and W. Earnest , age 9, and father-in-law Jacob A. HILD, age 82 widower.MD/Germany/PA  
  Child: Youngest son of John Henry & Susanna Dunnick:
William Ernest DUNNICK. b. April 28, 1920 at Hopewell township, York Co. PA.
m.. 6/5/1943 in York to Dorothy Elizabeth SEITZ. They had two daughters.
  Source: York County Marriage Index, York County Archives.// 1910 Census for Hopewell, York Co. PA (see Joseph N. also of York Co. - brothers) Series T624, Roll 1433, page 264a  
  William Henry "Bill" and Maybelle "Mabel" (MERRELL) DUNNUCK  
  s/o Mr. and Mrs. W. H. DUNNUCK of 1214 North Grove St., Elkhart Co. IN  
  d. April 28, 1928 (age 1 month)  
  Obituary publ. same date -The Elkhart Truth, page 2, column 5  
John T. DUNNUCK (not to be mixed up with John Tallman DUNNUCK b. OH 1880 - wife Alice)  
  b. circa 1884 in IL/Austria/Austria  
  + Alice age 29, b. ca 1890 IL/Germany/Germany  
  Daughter Marion, age 8, b. ca 1921 IL/IL/IL  
  Mother-in-law: Clara b. Germany/Germany/Germany. Her last name hard to read ??? Gappler???  
  Family living in City of Chicago in 1930  
John Tallman DUNNICK  


s/o Henton M. and Sarah (BROBST) DUNNUCK  
b. 20 September 1880 Pickaway Co. OH  
d. 3 November 1972 , Lima, Allen Co. OH, age 92
Death certificate 083252 Volume: 21070 lists place of death of Lima, place of residence of Columbus, Franklin Co. OH, age 92, widower

d 11/03/1973 source Cemetery Records at Green Lawn Cemetery in Columbus, OH on line transcription. (birth not given)
  1920 census lists a John T. age 39, Columbus, Franklin Co. OH  
  1930 census for Marion township, Franklin Co., OH, John age 49. Alice P. 49, married at age 24 Accountant at an electrical supply house.  
  1939 working for General Electric Supply Corp.  
  1942 WWII draft card. b. 20 Sept., 1880 in Marcy, Ohio. Living in Franklin Co. OH. Alice Plumer Dunnick, Working General Electric Supply Corporation.  

 Photos contributed by Rebecca Weiss

m. Alice G. PLUMER in OH 16 April 1906, daughter of Wendell & Mary (COLE) PLUMER (Plummer)  

b. ca 1881 MASS/MASS/MASS
Born 07/04/1880 source: cemetery


d. 5 October 1961, age 81
Living at 73 Mayfair Blvd., apt A, in Columbus OH
Member of Broad St. Presbyterian Church for 63 years
buried Greenlawn Cemetery, Columbus, OH

d. 10/05/1961 - Father Plumer, Wendall P Source: Cemetery records

  " Mrs. John T. Dunnick, told W. H. Siebert, in Columbus, Ohio, on March 12, 1935 that her grandfather, Mr. Richard Plumer, and her father, Wendell Phillips Plumer, would drive fugitive slaves from the Parker River bridge to Amesbury in a spring wagon"

Manuscript Collections, MIC 192
Wilbur H. Siebert Collection
Microfilm Edition, page 92
  2 Children:
John M. b. 20 October 1916
Martha G. (Mrs. Edward R. Horch) b. 9 February 1910


Census 1920, Roll T625_1381, page 6B ED 103, image 989  
Source: Obituary for Alice, publ. The Columbus Dispatch, October 6, 1961, page 13A
Obituary for John T. publ "Columbus Dispatch" November 4, 1972 Page: 9 B
Source: William A. Brobst of Kitty Hawk N.C. "Brobst/Probst Family History"  
Source: SSDI // 1910 Census for Columbus, Franklin Co. OH , Census Dist. 64, visit 320  
 Get John T's obit.  Source: Historical Account of the PETERS Family, by June L. (SHAULL) LUTZ, 1986, page 135-136, contributed by Roland and Karla Steward. // Lima News, Lima OH page 4, Nov. 3, 1972, obit of John T.  
John T. DUNICK  
  A -- PHOTO -- 1931-32 Rotary Club (of Columbus, OH) held by the State Archives - Box 1, or Ohio Rotary Historical Socity - P7  
John DUNNICK (see following)  
  b. 31 Dec. 1889  
  d. OH November, 1965  
  Source: SSDI  
John F. DUNNICK (see above ?) (also see Jeanette above)  
  DUNNICK, William S.  
  b. 31 Dec. 1889 per WWI draft Registration cards.Columbus, OH, single tire adjuster for Goodyear.  
  b.. (ca 1889-90) - d. age 75  
  d. 26 November 1965, Columbus, Franklin Co., OH  
  b. circa 1890 - age 30 in the 1920 census records for Toledo, Lucas Co. Ohio.  
  John Franklin DUNNICK
WWII draft registration cards 1942 b. 31 December 1889 in Columbus, OH..
lists E. C. Dunnuck as a person who would always know where he was. (I believe this is his brother Elmer C
  Dunnick, John Franklin, born 12/31/1891 d. 11/26/1965 son of Dunnick, William S
Source cemetery records at Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus, OH
  Divorced - residence Columbus, Ohio  
  Sources: Ancestry.com Ohio Death Records 1958-69 // Census roll T625 1409, page 13B, ED 83, image 287  
   1920 census has age 30, no children, wife Jeanette (OH/OH/OH) age 24. He was the Manager of a rubber company  
  s/o D. & P. DUNNUCK  
  Issue: son and daughter (info withheld)  
Get Obituary Publication: Columbus Dispatch (OH) Date: Wednesday, March 6, 1996 Page: 7 G  
John Meyers DUNNUCK  
  s/o Samuel Rollin (Sr.) and Mary J. (MEYER) DUNNUCK  
  b. 5 August 1910 South Bend, IN  
  d. 4 April 1987, Palm Beach Co, FL, age 76, of 36 Yacht Club Dr., North Palm Beach, death certificate 42213
An obit in (South Bend Tribune April 4, 1987 p. B12, & April 6, p. B6 North Palm Beach)
  Buried old section Riverside Cemetery, South Bend, IN (near Meyer family marker)  
  Services 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, First Presbyterian Church of North Palm Beach.  
  m. Mary Rosewarne MILLER 30 September 1933 Mishawaka, St. Joseph County, Indiana (marriage records)
m. Mary J. MILLER per another source
+daughter of Carlton Holloway MILLER and Hazel Bess( ROSEWARNE) MILLER
  b. April 11, 1914  
  d. 27 December 1987 per tombstone at Riverside Cemetery, (older section by "Meyer" family marker) South Bend, IN. Her obit was published in the South Bend Tribune, 19 December 1987, page B5... according to the St. Joseph Co. IN Narcology. An obit in (South Bend Tribune Dec. 19, 1987 p. B5 - lists city as Naples - FL)  
  living North Palm Beach, FL at time of death. Listed as Mary M. DUNNUCK in SSDI  
  Children (3):
John , Jr. (1936-1995) = 2 children, (see following John- Jr.)
W.R.D male, and
P D. female
  Source: Obituary, published on Monday, April 6, 1987, Miami Herald, (FL) /// Marriage index St. Joseph County, IN Book 74, page 177 // Tombstones at Riverside Cemetery, South Bend, IN, donated by Gene DUNNUCK// SSDI for Mary // Children from John Jr.'s wife // & middle initial of J. from S&M DUNNUCK  
  s/o John Meyers DUNNUCK and Mary (MILLER) DUNNUCK  
  b. 3 April 1936 South Bend, IN  
  d. 16 Mar 1995, Martin County, FL, death Certif. # 36543  
  Buried Riverside Cemetery, old section by the Meyer Family Marker, South Bend, Indiana  
  Served in the Navy - South Bend IN Tribune. August 9, 1957  
  m. yes living - 2 children a son married 1998 and a daughter.  
  Living in April 2001  
  Sources: Naples Daily News 1998 // SSDI // Tombstone for John // and correspondence with wife.  
John Monroe DUNNICK  
  s/o John Tallman & Alice Greenwood (PLUMMER) DUNNICK  
  b. 20 October 1916  
  d. 4 August 1989 of Lima, Allen Co. OH.  
  1939 working as a clerk for Smith Brothers Hardware (living at home with parents.
1942 working for Huntington Bank.
  of Lima, OH in 1951-1961 Banker. President of First National Bank of Lima. To Buffalo, NY by 1976  
  His obituary was published in the newspaper, "Plain Dealer," 6 August 1989, page 13, Section D., ID #ABU-3658. This publication is available at the Cleveland Public Library. ( have not gotten it) If you do, please share.
Jean's obit publ. the Columbus Dispatch December 26, 1998
  m. Jean McFarlane RUNKLE, 15 January 1943
Wedding announcement published 16 January 1943 in the Newark (OH) Advocate & American Tribune on page 5. They wed at the home of Jean's grandmother Mrs. Joseph Henry FRANTZ in Columbus, OH.

d/o Harry Maize and Gretchen (Franz) RUNKLE of Columbus, OH


Jean b. 28 September 1919 in Columbus, Franklin County, OH


d. 23 December 1998, at Lima Convalescent Home. Lima OH, Bur. Woodlawn Cemetery.

  Children: 3 sons  

survived by children:
J. R. (male) wife (L. K.D.) living, - issue yes
survived by 2nd son: H R D. (male-. living) wife (K. M.(M) D.) - issue yes
son: David F. DUNNICK (1947-1968)

  Sources: Obituary of his mother, publ. The Columbus Dispatch October 6, 1961 // Obituary of Jean - The Columbus Dispatch, publ. Dec. 25, 1998// Historical Account of the PETERS Family, by June L. (SHAULL) LUTZ, 1986, pages 135-136. contributed by Roland and Karla Steward./// SSDI //Lima News, Lima, OH  
John Norman DUNNUCK  
  s/o Mr. ____ and Mary Ann (nee:___) DUNNUCK (see Mary Ann)  
  b. circa 1868 in RI - father born in IRE  
  Source 1880 Census for Providence RI - (LDS files)  

  s/o Cornelius and Elizabeth (CUPERUS) DUNNICK
  b. circa 1870, IA Parents from Holland -Dutch
  d. circa 1931
  +Esther May MARKLEY 8 April 1896 Audubon Co., IA. at the Groom's parents home - (source: Roger Markley, NC)
  Esther was previously married and had a son John H. Fosnat b. ca 1892
  John's brother William, age 17 was living with them in 1910.
  b. 15 February 1876 in Wadena, Fayette Co., IA., daughter of John and Edith (SEWARD) MARKLEY
  d. 21 July 1972 in Rupert Mindoka Co., Idaho, buried Rupert Cemetery
  Of Manning Iowa
  Dau. Evelyn Elizabeth DUNNICK b. September 11, 1898 Audubon Co. IA, d. 1923 of TB, buried Manning Cemetery, Carroll Co. IA
  son Neal Thomas DUNNICK b. June 13, 1900 or 1901 - d. May 31, 1920
  son Cornelious E. DUNNICK b. ca 1901 in IA
  Source: Roger Markley of NC // 1910 census for Manning, Caroll Co., IA Roll 391, Book 1, page 119A
John "Edward" DUNNICK See Edward
  s/o Elmer C. and Celia DUNNICK
  + Helen Elizabeth JOHNSON
  Living in Columbus Ohio in 1939 & 1941 with parents
  3 daughters
  Daughters K. E. D. (name withheld) b. Jan 14, 1941, M.L.D (withheld), J.D. (withheld).
   In Cabella Co. West Virginia in 1941 there is a John E. and Helen E. Dunnick ???? Don't know if this fits?
John Edward DUNNICK
  b. 28 September 1907
  d. 11 April 1993 in Broward Co. FL.
  race white
  (there is a John Edward Dunnick (Negro) b. 1879 - of AK
John Eldon DUNNUCK
  s/o Thomas and Mary C. (FINLEY) DUNNUCK
  b. 25 June 1937 Huntington, IN
  d. Monday, 7 May 2001 Buried Oak Hill Cemetery, Erin, TN
  + F. (withheld) DUNNUCK, HARRIS

+ yes Shirley E. living - no issue
  Military: TSGT US AIR FORCE - Vietnam (At one point lived in Henderson, NV)
  Survived by 5 brothers: JD, ED, RD, PD & DD
  two sons by first wife J.P.D. J.D, plus three step-children:

(3 sons and 1 daughter; John Paul DUNNUCK (d. 2007), JJD, (stepson SW, and stepdaughter MJ)
  Source: Obit. of John, May 2001// Obit of son John Paul May 2007
  s/o John Eldon & Florence (SAMWAY) DUNNUCK
  b. January 26 1961 in Middlesex England
  John Paul DUNNUCK of of Huntington, IN. in 2008
  + Brenda R. (withheld) June 19, 1982 in Warren, IN
  Child : daughter C.L. D. with John Paul
  d. May 26, 2007 Parkview Hospital in Fort Wayne, IN age 46
  Brenda first wed Mike Hedrick on 6 Dec. 1975 Brenda & Mike had a son Michael in 1976
John Benjamin DUNNICK
  + Sonya Kay Johnson, d/o Leonard Lee and Janet Kay (STEFFY) JOHNSON
no dates Children: Katelyn Sarah and Ian William - Living?? names old fashioned?
  Probably from the Ohio bunch
  from an online file at Ancestry.com World Family Tree by Sandi3847@aol.com also by rle@vabch.com
   Infant son of Henry and Phebe (EVANS) DUNNUCK
   b. 1871, d. 1874
   Source: notes of Frances and Joe DUNNUCK
  b. 25 August 1919
  Obituary in Tampa Tribune 5 September 1998, age 79 (of Zephyrhills, FL) Might be from the N.J. group
   Also check a Helen K. Dunnuck, Also of Zephyrhills, FL - might be wife SSDI has her dates at b. 15 Sept 1922, d. 21 Nov. 1997, received SS card in New Jersey (as did John)
  3 December 1962
  SS Card issued in FL (1976)
  Died 23 November 1995 Columbus, Franklin, OH 43228
  Source: SSDI
John DUNNICK (no middle name)
  WWII draft papers: Passiac, NJ b. Jan. 8, 1894 at Paterson // working Ming Toy Co.. Next of kin --Mary Margaret Dunnick
John Evans "Evans" DUNNICK
  s/o John Henry and Suzanna Elizabeth (HILD) DUNNICK (of Red Lion, York County, PA)
  b. April 11, 1916 d. before 2006, 11 child of John H. & Susanna (HILD) DUNNICK// d. age 81 - 1997
  +Anna Mary Naomi "Naomi" Horchner
  she b. 7 May 1920
  d. 26 Nov. 2004 Red Lion York Co., PA
  Children: son Robert Evans DUNNICK (b. 13 Oct. 1950-1 January, 2008) , and dau S.K.(D) C
  Naomi d.. November 26, 2004, age 84
Obituary published York Daily Record November 30, 2004.
John Steven DUNNICK
  b. circa 1952-53
  + Janet Ellen Blase Dane Co. WI
  b. circa 1888 in Austria (age 32 in 1920 census)
  Source: 1920 census for Taylor township, Lackawanna Co. PA, Roll T625 1581, Page 15A, ED 196, image 619
  + Eva Both born in Chechoslovakia . John age 41, Eva age 34 in 1930 census for Cleveland Cuyahoga Co., Ohio
  Children, all born in PA, were John 17, Mary 15, Peter 13, and George 10.
  b. Feb. 25, 1935 d. June 10, 1912 per Norvell DUNNUCK - direct descendant BUT
  I think the above dates are for Margaret
  + Margaret Plummer Feb 25 1835 to Jun 10 1912 per Norvell DUNNUCK - direct descendant
  Josa & Margaret were parents of --- Pearl E. DUNNUCK 16 Oct 1972 - 24 Feb 1953
per Norvell DUNNUCK - direct descendant
  See Joshua b. 1810 - d. 1891 below. Census for Franklin Co. KS has Joshua with 2nd wife and her child Peall/Pearl. Pearl was b. ca 1873/74 - Mother "Maggie" was b. circa 1835
(Josphine) "Josie" DUNNICK
  d/o Elisha and Mary (KING) DUNNICK
  b March 1857 Illinois (1880 KS census, lists her as a teacher)
  d: Franklin County, Kansas " Josphine" (Dunnuck) BARHAM, 29 July 1913
buried Baker Cemetery, Franklin Co., KS
  Josephine, age 22 in Appanoose, KS in 1880
  Census for Josephine (see her father, Elisha for 1860, 1870, 1875, 1880 census data)
  m. Christian BARHAN, 2 December 1880 at Franklin Co. KS (marriage book D, page 132)

b. 2 July 1838 in Ohio, son of Samuel and 1st wife, Susan P.(RUTLEDGE) BARHAN


d. 12 April 1915 buried, Baker Cemetery Franklin Co., KS (buried 14th)


Franklin Co., KS. Probate Case # 04PR 97,
Christian BARHAM (497) Wonder if this is "Our" Christian??

  Christian's parents:

Samuel & Susan B. in MD, living in OH 1834-1850 & had 10 children.
Susan d. April 9, 18??.
Samuel then m #2 Mariam, in 1857 in OH.
In 1858, Samuel and Mariam lived in Mercer Co. IL.
In 1860 in Walker township, Anderson Co. KS..
In 1870 in Pottawattamie township, Franklin Co. KS.
  Children of Christian & Josephine Barhan
They had four according to the 1900 census with three living.
Elisha Roy "Roy". born Oct. 1881,
Minnie M. born Oct. 1884, and
Myrtle Eda "Eda" born January 1887.

Bessie 1889-1889
Bessie 1889-1889 and Roy (Elisha R) b. Oct. 1881-1935, both also buried at the Baker cemetery. A Roy provided the information on Christian's death certificate. Need to get his probate papers (packet #497) and 1900 census for Pottawattamie township., Franklin Co. KS, page 3B
1860 U.S. Census, page 31, Walker Township, Anderson Co. KS.
Enlisted in Union Army July 24, 1861, Mt. Gilead, Anderson County, KS.
1878 land owner in Franklin Co., KS 19-20/01 and 19-20/12
  1905 census living in Potawatomie twp. Franklin Co. KS (Chris 65, Josie 48, Roy 23, Minnie 20, and Eda 18
  1910 census has the family living in Potawatomie township. Franklin Co., KS. Series T624, roll 439, part 3, page 214A. Three living children still at home.
  1915 Roy and Minnie living together in Potawatomie twp., Franklin Co. KS.
  1920 Roy HH and sister Minnie living together in Potawatomie Twp. Franklin Co., KS.
  Step-mother Mariam was living with Christian in 1875

donated by Sue Haschemeyer

s/o John DUNNUCK b. 1747 and Catherine (Sutton) DUNNUCK
b. (circa 1777) (Tombstone, read by Christos Christou -
Joseph died 11 Apr. 1836, age 59)
b. (tombstone read by Sue)
Joseph Dunnuch "In memory of Joseph Dunnuch who departed this life April 11, 1836 aged 59 years" (b. 1776 or 1777)
d. buried in West Liberty cemetery. see Larger photo of tombstone & church
The tombstone is about 11 rows back from the church and faces away from the church unlike the other stones.
  War of 1812
  In 1819 Joseph made two donations to the building fund of the West Liberty Church. His father was the first to be buried there. The first probably being about $5.00, and the second for $70.00. For more info see church
  Information from Joseph Dunnuck's will, shared with us by Christos Christou, I quote) "Joseph Dunnock left a will dated Jan 29, 1836 which names nephew John Almony and niece Dorcas Ann Almony and names relative Albert James Bell Almony to have tracts Anderson's Hills and Dales and Rabbitt's Warren (now) in the hands of Henry A. Almony (Probably Henry D.), heirs included Rachel Ayres. Exec. was nephew Henry D. Almony, probated April 23, 1836 WB Vol. 16 p. 16."
  John and Dorcas A. Almony are the children of Joseph's sister Dorcas (Dunnuck), Mrs.William Almony. This is the land Joseph received under his father's will of 1819.
  Since Joseph's will did not provide for a wife or descendants, I assume that if he ever wed and had children, none of them survived him. I also have found no record of a marriage for him so assume he did not.
  1820 census, shows a Joseph Dunnick in Baltimore. County, MD. With him are two "free" mulatto boys.(see the 1819 will) Also living with him are 2 females 16 to 26, one female 26-45, and a male and female over 45.
  As noted above, living with him in the 1820 census were a number of people. I assume they were his mother Catherine Sutton Dunnuck (female over 45) and unwed sister, namely Mary Elizabeth whose ages would be ca 15. I'm at a loss though as to who the other two might be. Perhaps a sister and husband ???
  See the following - Did Joseph have a son ????
Joseph DUNNUCK & Joseph DUNNUCK Jr. Both listed
  War of 1812
Who is this Jr.? Both listed as serving in the 41st Reg't (Hutchin's) Maryland Malitia both with the rank of Private
  Source: Ancestry.com War of 1812 service records Box 62, Roll 602

This database is a listing of men mustered into the armed forces between 1812 and 1815.

Taken from records in the National Archives, each record includes the soldier's name, company, rank at time of induction, rank at time of discharge, and other helpful information. It provides the names of nearly 600,000 men.

From records were taken from Record Group 94 Records of the Adjutant General's Office, microfilm publication M602, a total of 234 rolls of film. Compiled Military Service Records (CMSR)
  Whose's son is this ??? John and Sarah??? Which John and Sarah???
  1830 Ohio Census shows a Joseph living in Franklin County, Madison township. OH.
  see below - Catherine's Dildine Wright Dunnuck's eldest son John Wright was born and still living in Madison, Franklin Co. in ca 1880.
  Census // History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties", by Williams Brothers, 1880, p 440.
Joseph DUNNUCK (DUNNEICK) (see Catharine (DILDINE)
  d. before 1878
  m. Catharine (DILDINE) WRIGHT Jan 14, 1819, Franklin Co. OH

b. ca 1785 - or September 2, 1785 Northampton, PA (LDS has Sept. 2, 1783) d/o Andrew (b PA) and Anna Magadalena DILDINE (she outlived Joseph)


d. 1878 Hancock Co. Ohio,


Catherine first married John WRIGHT on April 3, 1806 in Franklin Co. OH. and by him had two sons, John b. ca 1805 in Madison Co., OH & David, and a daughter Mrs. Sarah (James M.) WILEY.

  "By her
second husband, Mrs. Dunnuck had four children; the only survivor was William Dunnuck,

attorney-at-law in Columbus"
  Daughter, Sarah WRIGHT wed James M. WILEY 14 November 1833. Sarah was born 8 July 1811 in Franklin Co., OH. She and James lived in Wood Co. OH where James died 22 January 1879 and is buried in Weaver Cemetery. This Wiley family is from Fairfax VA before moving to Franklin Co. OH.

Son, David WILEY(b. Feb. 28, 1838) settled in Kosciusko Co. IN in 1865 - He wed Susanna (Ankeny) d/o Frederick & Sophia (SWITZER) ANKEY
   Source: (LDS Batch M513351) - from Franklin Co. OH court marriage records //
History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties", by Williams Brothers, 1880, p 440. // Biographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko County, Indiana Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago, IL 1878, page 485 //also see << http://www.geocities.com/~shellyinoh/dooo2/g0000094.html>>
Joseph Curtis DUNNACK
  s/o James and Elizabeth ( USHER) DUNNACK
Source: Cheryl Dunnack
  b. 1869, Canada Source: Cheryl Dunnack
  d. 14 January 1929 Source: Cheryl Dunnack
  Joseph and his father settled in Boston where they established a fish market. Source: Cheryl Dunnack
  "Joseph C., (of Charleston, Mass) married at Brockton, Mass., on the 30 May 1908, to Lucy Greaves, daughter of Capt. S. A. Greaves, Margretville, NS." Source: The Register, Berwick, Kings Co. Nova Scotia, publ. 25 June 1908
  1920 census for Medford, Middlesex, Mass. lists Joseph as 47, Lucy as 41, Hazel 10 and Howard 8. Lucy and Joseph are born in Nova Scotia and he is a retail salesman. Hazel and Howard are born in MASS. Joseph came to America in 1880, Lucy in 1887. They became citizens in 1915
Joseph Sutton DUNNUCK
  s/o John & Sarah DUNNUCK (More than one John & Sarah? - maybe)
  b/btz. 22 Dec. 1797 at St. James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore, MD.
   Source: LDS - C507821, Church records.
  s/o Thomas & Eleanor (GORSUCH) DUNNICK
  b. 10 Jun 1823 - d. young (OH)
 Joseph Edwin DUNNUCK Known as "Ed" "Edward"
  s/o Isaac Wiseman and Sarah C. (HANKINSON) DUNNUCK
  b. 26 Oct. 1868 in Wayne township, Kosciusko Co. IN
  d. 2 October 1959 Mentone, Kosciusko Co., IN. buried: Harrison Center Cemetery. I believe this is the same as Wooden Cemetery in Harrison township.
  m. Alice Elzada WHEELER on 12 April 1900, Kosciusko Co., IN
  b. 18 October 1881 daughter of Henry Wheeler. Ed claims he had to work 10 years for Henry before he could win the had of one of his daughters.
  daughter of T.S. Henry WHEELER and wife Mary Susan REED. The T. S. stands for (Thomas Stanford Henry Wheeler.) They had 4 daughters & 2 sons: Mrs. Henry Wheeler's obit is in the Fort Wayne News & Sentinal publ August 26, 1919, page 17
  d. Dec. 13, 1965 Wooden Cemetery, Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN.
  Members of Harrison Center Evangelical United Brethren (EUB) Church.
  Ed was survived by his wife and children, 10 grandchildren and 23 greatgrandchildren.
  Children- 3 : Donald L. (b. 1902) // Maurice (b. 1906) // Helen Marie "Marie" (b. 1909)
  1900 census: Edward and Alice married less than one year. Edward was 31, and Alice 18. The lived in Wayne township., Kosciusko Co. IN. Series T623, roll 382, Book 2, page 263a
  1920 census: Harrison Township, Kosciusko Co., IN. Series T625, Roll 439, Book 2, page 16a. lists Joseph E. DUNNICK with wife Alice, age 38,
and children Donald 17, Morris 13, and Mary 10.
  1930 census for Harrison Township, Kosciusko Co., IN has Joseph E. age 61, b. ca 1868, and Alice age 48 b. ca 1881, Farmer. Alice - IN/NY/NY, and Joseph IN/OH/NJ. She was 18 when they wed in 1900, and he was 31.
  Source: Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage index, Book L, page 268. // Personal conversations with H. Marie Coleman // 4 column wide, 7" long article (biography) about Edward - 90th birthday - publ. in the Warsaw Times Union 1958, written by Virginia Zuch // records of S. Donald Copland.// Kosciusko County Indiana 1836-1986, published by the Kosciusko County Historical Society, page 307-308. sketch written by Jessie Stickler of Claypool, IN.
Joseph N. DUNNICK // Joseph "Nelson" DUNNICK also see Nelson
  s/o Charles & Elizabeth (Lieb) DUNNICK
J. Nelson, age 56 is also listed in the 1930 census for York, York Co. PA married to a Gertrude. She had been wed for 4 years - J Nelson first wed 26 years age
  b. circa 1872 in PA
1880 census lists age as 7 b. ca 1871 - of Hopewell, York Co. PA.
1910 census lists age as 38 b. ca 1872 - of Stewartown, York Co. PA
1920 census lists age as 47 b. ca 1871 - of Stewartown, York Co. PA - physician
1930 census lists age as 56 b. ca 1874 - of York, York Co. PA - physician
  License: Medical & surgery - State of Washington - 1920
  d. 1950 buried in Stewartstown Cemetery, Hopewell Twp., York Co. PA. Buried with 2nd wife Gertrude A.
  m .Martha "Mattie" C. HOKE wed about 1899 daughter of Sarah HOKE (1910 census has wed 11 years) Still together in 1920. Sarah living in 1922

b. circa 1871/1872 in MD

  1910 census: Children of Joseph N & Mattie C. son Dana D. age 10 b. PA//, dau. Zera E.C. age 9 b. PA,// and dau. Inez E. age 7 b. PA (daughter Zera = Estella C.)
  1920 Census: J. Nelson, age 47, wife Mattie C. age 49, children at home Dana age 19 Merchant --?-- a ship , Zera age 19 school teacher in public schools , Inez E. age 17.
  + Gertrude A. + ca. 1826
(1930 census lists J. Nelson (wealthy physician in general practice) as age 56, b. PA/PA/PA he first wed at age 30 with wife Gertrude age 44 PA/PA/MD who first wed at age 40.
  Gertrude A.DUNNICK's tombstone 1885-1967 Stewartstown Cemetery, York Co., PA
  Source 1880 census. 1910 Census for Stewartown Borough, York Co., PA. Series T624, roll 1434, Book 2, page 131a
   1930 census for York, York County, PA lists Mattie as widow, with no family living with her. She has renters, but no job. Wonder if she is divorced rather than widowed.
  son of George & Mary DUNNICK of York Co., PA
  Never wed
  source: Wilma, g.gdau. of George, share with us by her grandson DKS.
Joseph E. DUNNICK (UCK) (see Joseph W. DUNNUCK below)
  s/o Raymond & Goldie M. (ADAMS) DUNNICK (both R. & G. born in 1901)
  m. Wilma Louise HAMMAN in 1942
  Source: Nappanee Advanced News, publ. July 2, 1942, page 8, Col. 4 Marriage announcement
  s/o Abraham and Dorothy "Dora" (RENTZEL) DUNNUCK
  b. 3 November 1914, Indianapolis, Marion County, IN
birth announcement in the Indianapolis Star (IN) publ. Nov. 5, 1914
  d. 18 November 1994 Greenburg, Decatur Coounty, IN. Buried: Forest Lawn Memorial Garden, Bargersville, Indiana.
  Enlisted Army in Indianapolis, IN 29 Jul 1943
  m. Frances Irene KEPHART m. September 2, 1934 in Marion County, IN per Marion County Marriage index book 142, page 3. License # 34212
From her obituary. m. 18 Nov. 1934 Greenfield, Hancock Co., IN. Daughter of Charles and Florence (BAILEY) KEPHART. Her brothers were John Marshall K., Charles H. K., and Wilbur Jean K.. Her sisters were Ethel Marie (Mrs. Kirkpatrick) and Martha Alice (Mrs. Kramer)

b. Dec. 26, 1909 Johnson County, IN


d. Feb. 1991 (services Monday 11th at Gilliland-How Funeral Home in Greensburg, services in Bargersville)


Frances - of the Decatur County Lifeline Response System. (former resident of Indianapolis.

   Living in Greenburg, Decatur Co., IN. in 1985, and 1994
  Obit of Frances publ. Feb. 9, 1991 in the Indianapolis Star, correction publ. Feb.10, in the Star. Obit of Joseph Publ. Nov. 19, 1994 in the Indianapolis Star. (I have not gotten these obits. If anyone has them they would be appreciated.) // Obit of John Marshall Kephart, publ. 6/10 2001 Daily Journal, Johnson County, IN.
  Frances and Joseph did a great deal of genealogy work in the 1950's and '60's and perhaps beyond that. I know Frances interviewed my grandmother before she (grandmother, Ruby) died in 1962.
Joseph DUNNUCK - see above
  s/o Abraham C. DUNNUCK & Dorathea (RENTZEL)
  m. Francis McKIM (Can anyone support this surname?) Might she have been previously wed?
  No Children
  Source: Their nephew David Dunnuck.
Joseph "Joe" W. DUNNUCK (See Joseph E. DUNNICK above )
  s/o Raymond and Goldie (ADAMS) DUNNUCK of Nappanee, IN
  b. December 1, 1922 probably at Nappanee
  d. November 6, 2005 Fort Wayne, Allen County, IN -- Hospice.
  + Wilma HAMMON they were married for 63 years. (+1942, June or July) (she died in 2012 - see Wilma)
  Two sons G.H.D & T.W.D. and in 2005 he had 3 grandchildren.
  Obituary in the Elkhart Truth which can be obtained from the Elkhart (IN) Public Library, Published November 8, 2005, page A6
Don't have this one. Obituary in the Fort Wayne Journal page 2C & the Fort Wayne News Sentinel page 2L
  s/o John (1747) of MD and Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK.
  b. between 1780-1790. Most sources give about 1790
1820 census for Walnut township., Pickaway County have Joshua Dunic and Diana between ages of 26-45, and 4 children under 10 yrs. //
1830 for Walnut township. lists them between 40/50 yrs. //
  d. ".. in the fall of 1837 he accompanied his father to Indiana and located on Big Turkey Creek Prairie, near Leesburgh, where his father died in March 1838." Kosciusko, Co., IN
Biographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago, IL , Publ. 1887, Pages 449-50. Bio. of John W. Dunnuck

Niece, Catherine's Obituary - 1894
...."1837, when she came with her uncle Joshua Dunnuck, to Kosciusko county, Indiana. "
  d. "In 1838, Mr. Dunnuck moved, with his family to Indiana and in April of 1839, died there."

History of Franklin and Pickaway Counties, OHIO, publ. 1880 by Williams Brothers Publ. Co., page 282.

(guardianship papers begin May 1839 - Webmaster)
  m. Dianah TALLMAN 26 December 1811 by Justice of the Peace, John Emmitt, Pickaway Co. OH (DAR Marriage records- Early Ohio.) Dinah/ is spelled many ways through the years & records.
  Dianah was the d/o William TALLMAN and Phebe HENTON --Her Heritage

b. October 1, 1793 in Rockingham Co. VA ("Dufee Descendants" has Nov. 1, 1793)


d. September 1824 - grandmothers DAR papers have 1822 and I believe this to be wrong for three reasons. 1. John W.'s biography (b. 1816 indicated his mother died when he was eight years old = 1824. 2. "Dufee Descendants" September 10, 1824) 3. 1880 census for Walnut Fairfield Co. OH gives her age as 56.

I have seen both September 10 and September 20 and don't know about that, but believe the 1824 to be correct.

  The Chester Peters Cemetery aka"Tallman cemetery" located near Ashville, OH notes "NS - no stone - but gives Dinah's death date as 10 Sept 1822. Also buried in this cemetery are Catherine and 1/2 brother George T., and Dinah's parents William and Phebe Tallman
www.usgwarchives list
  Joshua appears in Walnut township, Pickaway Co. OH in the 1820, '30, '31 census books
  Removed from OH in the fall of 1837 with son John W. and other children. Settled in Kosciusko Co. IN (per Kosciusko Co. history book) Biographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago, IL , Publ. 1887, Pages 449-50. see biography of John W.
double check birth dates.  Five children of Joshua and Dianah:
Mrs. Absalom (Pheobe) Ashbrook b. 1814, // John W. b. 1816, // Catharine S.(died young- before 1830), // Benjamin T. b. 1819, // and Mrs. William (Elizabeth) Peters b. ca 1824.
  m. #2, Phebe, widow BELL, 25 Oct. 1825 - Early Marriage Bonds of Ohio - Pickaway County Ohio, book 2, compiled by DAR. Also see Franklin & Pickaway Co. Ohio History Book

d. ca. 1833-1834 in Fayette Co. OH

  Children: by Joshua and Phebe:
George T. (b. between. 1826- 1830- d. age 19 //d. April 21 1847 - 20 y, 4 mos, 4 days.), Dianah Ann (b. June 1828), Thomas J. (b. ca 1830), , Sarah Ruth (b. between 1830-1834 - probably 1832)
  Phebe (BOWMAN) widow BELL DUNNUCK. . I kept thinking Phebe would be a Tallman but could never find her. But I figured Phebe must have been related to Dianah because not many second wives name their child after a deceased wife. Spelling Dianah same. Click on Phebe above to see how Phebe is related to Dianah.
  After the death of Joshua, Benjamin BLUE was appointed guardian of Joshua's children: Benj. T., George B., Dinah Ann, Thomas J. and Sarah Ruth. Court papers dated May 15, 1839 Kosciusko County, Indiana. More about Benjamin BLUE
  The 1840 Census for Kosciusko Co. IN shows a Benjamin BLUE age 30/40 and wife 40/50 with five minor children, three boys, two girls. 1 girl age 5/10, 1 girl age 10/15. 1 boy age 5/20, and 2 boys ages 10/15. (4 engaged in agriculture and 1 learned Professional/Engineer) I believe the youngest girl is Sarah Ruth DUNNUCK who would have been about 8 years old. (page 22, line 15)
  The 1840 census also has John DUNWICK (page 22, line 12) This is John b. 1814, is not Benjamin's son John W. b. 1816
  The 1850 census: Thomas J. is living in OH in 1850 with his half brother, Benjamin T. -- Thomas was ca 20 (i.e. b. ca 1830) and Benjamin ca 31 (i.e. b. ca 1819)// Dianah Ann was married to Able Loyd and listed as age 23 (i.e. b. ca 1827) // Sarah Ruth (b. ca 1832) was married to John Lauderman. // George B. was no longer living -d. 1845.

Confusing is that the guardianship papers include a Benjamin T., presumably a minor. The ages on the Benjamin Blue 1840 census, list a male, again, presumably Benjamin as age 10/15 (i.e. b. 1825-1830). This is not consistent with Benjamin Tallman Dunnuck., b. ca 1819 who wed Minerva Ashbrook in OH in 1842/3. Benjamin T. was born in Feb. 1819 and would have been 21.
  Joshua's descendancy chart - this is the best place to view the daughter's lines.
  Joshua chart - 4 generations - overview
Steward lists two infants. Source? two infants
  For many quoted sources and additional information on Joshua, click here.
  Sources: Biographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago, IL , Publ. 1887, Pages 449-50. biographical index. ///
1819 Transcribed copy of Will of Joshua's father, John DUNNUCK of MD.- given to me in 1958 by my grandmother Ruby DUNNUCK NUSBAUM. /// .
Loose record page (DAR) found in the Benjamin Dunnuck family Bible dated 1929./// Early Marriage Bonds of Ohio - Pickaway County, OH, compiled by DAR .///
Ohio Census as recorded in Ohio Family Historians 1820-pg. 213 (orig. census, page 170A) ///, 1830 census- pg. 356, (orig. census, page 57) ///, and 1831 of Walnut township, online /// Tallman Family Bible records transcribed by Miss Mary Josephine Roe of Gilbert, Ohio and published in Ancestry of Abraham Lincoln by Lea & Hutchinson, Houghton Mifflin Co. of Boston & N.Y., 1909. /// and etc.
  History of Franklin & Pickaway Counties in OH. Publ. by Williams Bros., 1880, Page 282. Contributed by Susan Couch:
  Contributed by Ronald and Karla Steward --The descendants of Charles B. Steward & the names of some of the children of Joshua by his second wife, Pheobe Bell. They give the following sources : ///

Historical Accounts of the Peters Family compiled by June Louise (Shaull) Lutz 1986, beginning page 133 ///

1906 History of Pickaway Co. OH & Representative Citizens edited and compiled by Hon. Aaron R. Van Cleaf, Circileville, OH., Publ. Biographical Publishing Co., 1906 Pages 434-35 account of Henton Dunnick and page 485 account of Josh . For copies of these see the biographical index.
  Reading John.W.'s biographical written in 1887, written when he was 71 yrs. of age, he stated that upon his father's death in March 1838, he was left with five younger children to care for. Since Pheobe was already wed, and John W. was the author, that leaves five more younger children. I figure these five to be:
(by Dianah) = Benjamin T.
(by Pheobe).= Dianah , Thomas J., George T/or/B and/or Sarah Ruth.

John W. had to have returned to OHIO because he wed in OH in the fall of 1838 and some of these children appear to have been raised in Ohio instead of in Indiana. John W. then returned to IN. Note that Catherine Dunnuck, daughter of John 1773 also accompanied Joshua to IN in 1837 and returned to Ohio to wed.
  Probably s/o Thomas b. 1890 John d. 1819 in MD.
  1840 Census for Huntington township, Ross Co. OH
  I include these varied spellings of DUNN*CK as an example of the inconsistent spelling of the surname.
  s/o Thomas DUNN*CK and Eleanor [GORSUCH] DUNNUCK
  b. 10 July 1810, OH
  Listed as a "Tanner" in the 1880 KS census
  d. 28 December 1891 - of Centropolis, KS, died at Ottawa, KS, Age 80, while attending funeral of his mother-in-law, 102 yrs. old Mrs. Matthews at the home of his brother-in-law, W. H. Wilson. [From Obit.]
  Biography of Joshua Dunnuck published in 1879 Centropolis, KS
  m. #1 Margaret GRIFFITH 31 March 1835, Fairfield Co., OH (Spelled DUMMICK) (9 children)

m. #1 Margaret GRIFFITH 31 March 1833, Fairfield Co. OH
Contributed by Shirley Schuldt -Ohio Marriage Record A to J. 1803 - 1865 Fairfield Co. OH. Book D, page 12. ( from LDS Microfilm 0317372 : DAR, Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chapter, Lancaster Ohio Marriage Record (from transcript at the Ohio State Library, filmed by the Genealogical Society of Salt Lake City, Utah at Columbus Ohio, Jan 1963, Reducation #11, Early Vital Records of OH)
  b. circa. 1814 (age 62 at death) the daughter of Isaac GRIFFITH
born in PA per 1850 and 1875 censuses. (1860 census as b. OH)
Her parents were born in New Jersey according to the 1880 census for Centropolis, Franklin, Kansas
  d. 24 October 1876, age 62 - buried Hope Cemetery, Lincoln township, Franklin Co. KS. (near Ottawa) Spelled DUNNUCK in Cemetery index.
  undocumented source gives place of death for Margaret as Lincoln township, Franklin Co. KS.
  Children of Joshua & Margaret: --) // Ann Eleanor (b. 1836) // Mary b. 1837 -1845 //Jane Elizabeth DUNNICK (b. 1839) //, Thomas J. DUNNUCK (b. 1841) //, David (b. 1843),// Ruth (b.1945-1855), // Sarah DUNNOCK (b. 1849) // Margaret M. ("Maggie") - b. 1851-d 1859.// Alice DUMNEK (b. 1854) //
  (Some sources do not include Mary - "who died young" - she is not listed with Joshua's family in the 1850 census - but there is a 16 year old Mary living nearby with the Cross family (Joshua's sister) and Joshua didn't marry until 1835 ??) I believe the Mary who is living with the Cross family may be the daughter of Luke, sister of Newton.
  1936 Joshua " removed with his father to Ross county, within three miles of Chillicothe, OH, and lived on a farm with his father until ...1845"
Joshua living in Huntington township, Ross Co. OH in 1840 spelled DUNNICK
(his father, Thomas, who also lived in Huntington township, drown in a river in 1845) Joshua had 3 daughters ages five and under.
  1840 Joshua and father Thomas both living in Huntington township, Ross Co. OH
  1849 "her removed to Sangamon county IL, about seven miles north of Mechanicsburg" Farmed 1100 acres.
  Joshua living in Sangamon Co., IL 1850 census - Spelled DUNNOCK
  (Mechanicsburg, IL) "In 1841 an Englishman by the name of Rowell built a steam saw and flour mill in the southwest part of town which he operated until 1850, when he sold it to the Dunnick Brothers who afterwards replaced it with a larger mill on the same site." (Abstracted from 125th Anniversary Book, publ. 1957 ) I assume the brothers refers to Nicholas and Joshua, but might also refer to Elisha..
  1855, for the purpose of educating his children he removed to Mechanicsburg, subsequently selling his farm.
  Purchased Public Domain land on July 31, 1852 in Sangamon ( Sec. 20 & 21, townships 17N) & 40 acres in Logan (sec 9, twp. 17 N) Co. IL . Total of 240 acres in all. Spelled DUNNUCK. The Logan Co. land is in Atlanta township.
  Joshua living in Sangamon Co., IL 1855 -(2 adults 7 children) Spelled DUNICK
  In 1858 he sold the custom saw and grist mill and removed to "Logan county, IL ...and returned to farming and stock-dealing."
  Joshua living in Sangamon Co., IL in 1860- his occupation was listed as miller and his real estate worth $11,000 and personal property at $400. 5 children still at home. (Ann married and Jane not in household) Spelled DIMMOCK in the census.
  1861 Elections for township officers (Mechanicsburg, IL) - J. DUNNICK - Supervisor
  1862-63, two of Joshua's sons & Newton all listed in the Sangamon Co. IL military census. His boys were Thomas & David of Mechanicsburg and Newton of Illiopolis
  Listed as "members in full connection" by the Lincoln Circuit Methodist Churches in a list that encompassed 1866-1875.
  1867-1870 served as Township Supervisor for Aetna township., Logan Co., IL
  1870 Purchased land & moved to Franklin Co., KS; (40 lots) , // 1875 (112 acres) // and 1884 (6 lots)
  1873 Joshua, JP Douglas Co. KS, married Samuel Peffley & Mary C. Flora.
  1874 & 1875 State Legislature
  1876 when he served on "Chamber" (Republican -Centropolis township.) KS
  1876 October Margaret (Griffith) DUNNUCK died.
  1880 m. #2, Maggie KENNARD -February 25, 1880, Franklin Co. KS. Book D., Page 73. no issue, however she had a son Peall/(Pearl) Kennard, age 6 in the 1880 census listed as born in OH -- stepson to Joshua. I believe Pearl took on the surname of DUNNUCK.

Maggie is in Lebette Co., KS when Pearl is born about 1873, and after Joshua's death she is found in neighboring county of Montgomery Co., KS in 1893. I assume she has some roots in that area. These counties are located in the far SE corner of KS.

Maggie later married a Plummer (per HER -not Joshua's -- grandson N. Dunnuck) "My grandmother was Margaret A. Mathews who married Perry Kannard. My grandfather was their second child."

Her parents were born in New Jersey according to the 1880 census for Centropolis, Franklin, Kansas
  b. Maggie b. circa 1836 --- Maggie age 57 when Joshua died per probate papers filed in January 1891. In March 1893 she was living in Montgomery Co. KS (see will index.) (Spelled both DUNNOCK & DUNNUCK in probate papers with "Ock" being most dominate) "UCK" in cemetery index.
  See Franklin Co. KS Probate information - go to will index.
  Source: 1850 Federal Census for Sangamon Co. IL. // Census: 1855 - Sangamon Co., IL // Lincoln Circuit Methodist Churches in Logan Co., IL 1866-1920, Decatur Genealogical Society, printed 1970 - 1981 - 1985, page 9 // Sangamon Co., IL cemetery index - Mechanicsburg // Joshua's Obit. publ. in Illinois State Journal on January 1, 1892, page 4 // Census Franklin Co. KS // Military Census of Sangamon Co., IL 1862-63, publ. 1992 Sangamon Co. Genealogical Society, page 69 // History of Logan County Illinois, Inter-state Publ. Co., Chicago, IL 1886, pages 126, 218, 233, 236, 244, 529 - reproduction by Unigraphic, Inc., 1973// History of Logan County, Illinois 1911 by Springer, Pioneer Publ., Chicago, page 126, 233, 236, 244.. // Virginia Magazine of History & Biography, Vol. 26, page 425, publ. 1918. - Gorsuch Family-part II // - Franklin Co. KS website: www.ukans.edu/~hisite/franklin/indexes // Illinois Public Domain Land Track Sales Index.// History of Sangamon County, Illinois Interstate Publ. Co. Chicago, IL 1881, reprint by Higginson Book Co. Salem Mass., page 954) //Book D, page 73 Marriages for Franklin Co. KS 1880 // The United State Biographical Dictionary.... Kansas Volume, pages 422 & 423, published in 1879 by the S. Lewis in Chicago & Kansas City.
  I don't feel the following is correct
One source from Ohio called Joshua's Margaret GRIFFITH a divorcee (from Samuel DUNNOCK of Dorchester Co. MD) and noted that she had a daughter Mary who died young. Read following........
CAUTION: DUNNOCK of Meekins Point, MD (Dorchester Co.) shows he married Margaret GRIFFITH in 1827 as his 3rd (of 4) wives. Samuel and Margaret reportedly had three children: John Thomas 1824-46, Mary Margaret 1830-47, Sophia Caroline b. 1835. That Margaret Griffith is listed as born in 1782 and dying in 1837.
  Margaret, the wife of our Joshua DUNNUCK of OH, IL & KS was born March 27, 1814 & died Oct. 1876. It casts major doubts that she is the same person as wed to the Dunnock from Dorchester Co. MD
  b. 1 January 1942 probably in Ohio
  d. 1 April 2000 Lakeland, Polk Co. FL
  b. circa 1866 in MO (age 54 in 1920 census) Race: White
  Living in Pulaski County, Little Rock Township. AR in 1902
  Source: 1920 census Roll: T625_78 Page: 5A ED: 115 Image: 791
Julianna (Mrs.) DUNNICK
  wife of Erastus - see Erastus.
  b. circa 1830 in NY
  Living in Ottawa, Franklin Co., KS, in 1870
Julianna DUNNICK
  d/o Erastus and Julianna DUNNICK
  b. circa 1862 in NY
  Living in Ottawa, Franklin Co. KS, in 1870 census
  d/o Walter and Katherine "Katie" (FAWLEY) DUNNUCK
  b. ca 1925 according to the 1930 census which lists her as age 4. Juna was an only child.
Need to get this obit. d. age 80 - see Warsaw Times Union (IN) Sept 23. 2006
  retired teacher. Spends winters in FL.
  I married Brenton GRAHAM and we had five
children-- All are married
  later wed Mr. Blackfoot per 2002 or 2003 discussion
  (divorced ??) see following
  Obit of Benton Paul Graham, born July 28, 1924 Grinnell Iowa. Moved to Bristol Indiana in about 1937. Married Juna Dunnuck July 13, 1947 in Elkhart, IN. Died- May 5, 2004 in Lutheran Hospital in Fort Wayne, IN. Juna survives and children:

P GRAHAM, (wife D.) of S.C
R (female) (Mrs C) CRETCHER of IN
J (female) (Mrs. P) SILVEUS, of IN
B (female) (Mrs. T.) ABBOTT IN
C (Female) (Mrs. M.) ARNOLD of Ohio

7 grandchildren, 4 great-grandchildren; 4 stepgrandchildren
June Eileen (DEARTH) DUNNICK (See Raymond)
  w/o Raymond Gene DUNNICK (her 2nd of 3 husbands).
  dau of Grover and Florence (Merchant) DEARTH Together she had one son.
  b. Franklin Co. OH 1918 d. Delaware Co. OH 1992
  Her brother Verne's obit has him born in Culver, IN to Theodore and Elsie Luela KENDALL WEIGER. He died Dec 1998 at the age of 76 (b. 1922)
  wife of
  (June lived in Jackson, MI in 1999)
  Source: Obituary of her brother Verne E. WEIGER, age 76 Tippecanoe, IN, publ. in the South Bend Tribune, (IN) Jan. 1, 1999

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