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L. DUNNUCK ("L" and wife living)  
  s/o Omer and Nellie DUNNUCK  
  m. Yes, living  
  Children: Eugene,, Carol Ann,, F.D. - male,, D.D. male,, and B.S.D. female.  
  Source Denise Williams descendant. of Mrs. Nellie DUNNUCK  
  Listed in the 1882 Index to History of Noble Co., IN by Goodspeed, p. 155  
Check the L. P/D  "Town of Ligonier - A United Brethren society was organized many years ago, but did not survive long. In 1872, it was revived by Rev. F. Thomas, who became the pastor in charge. He has been succeeded by Revs. L. P. Dunnick, J. A. Cummins, J. F. Bartness and the present incumbent, J. Simons, an eloquent young divine."  
  Thank you to Annette DeHoff of Noble Co. for this look-up.  
  son of: Arnold A. and Neltje "Nellie" (MONSTER) DUNNICK or Duinink  
  b. 27 April 1887, Galesburg, Iowa  
  d. 20 April 1950  
  m. Dena WILLIAMSON or WILLEMSEN 30 March 1916  
  "O'Donnell-McReynolds Genealogy" by Daniel J. O'Donnell // spouse from Tony Dunnick, the ggg grandson of Lane.  
Larry Gene DUNNICK  
  28 July 1941, Huron SD  
  30 April 2002, Huron SD  
  SS card issued South Dakota  
  Source: SSDI  
  + __________ HERSHMAN  
   Children: Son & Daughter  
Laura A. DUNNUCK  
  Also see Lura below.  
Laura B. DUNNUCK  
   also See Loura Blanche below.  
Laura E. (HIERS) DUNNUCK (see Emory) (1892-1975) Age 82  
  w/o Emery DUNNUCK  
  Sources : D. Sheldon Copland /// SSDI  //// Pharos Tribune Obituaries, pge 77, book 1975  
Laura Frances DUNNUCK  
  d/o Elisha and Mary (KING) DUNNUCK  
Laura Gertrude DUNNUCK  
  d/o Charles E. and Dora B. (MILLER) DUNNUCK  
  b. 5 August 1897, Kosciusko Co. IN  
  d. 23 February 1953  
  m. Hershel E. HIBSCHMAN, 5 Nov. 1917 in Kosciusko Co. IN.  
  Lived in Warsaw, IN  
  daughter Evelyn M.
b. 24 July 1925 Kosciusko Co., IN -
d. 19 March 2000 Prairie View Health Care, Warsaw. Buried Menton IN Cemetery
+ Richard EMMONS June 16, 1946 in Warsaw
The had one son L.W. E of Michigan in 2000 & 3 grandchildren
  Source: Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage index Y, page 52 // Obit. in the Northern Indiana Coop News, Feb. 25, 1953 // Steve HARTMAN // Evelyn's Obit. Rochester Sentinel, Rochester, IN. Publ. 20 March 2000.// WPA birth index  
Laurel Wayne DUNNICK  
  s/o Elmer Issac and Ruth (withheld) DUNNICK  
  b. 18 November 1934 Montezuma, Poweresheik, IA  
  d. 1 October 1965  
  + yes - 3 daughters  
  Wife Dixie, 1959 San Diago, California  
Laurence DUNNICK  
  s/o Neil and Clara (WINCH) DUNNICK  
  b. 1909, d. 1960, buried Hope Cemetery, Hull, Sioux County, Iowa  
  + Arnolda  
  infant: born 19 Nov. 1935, buried Sheridan Township Cemetery, Boyden, Sioux County, Iowa.  
Lavinia DUNNACK  
  James and Elizabeth (USHER) DUNNACK  
  b. 1858  
  Contributed by: Cheryl Dunnack. Nova Scotia census 1871  
Lawrence LeRoy DUNNUCK of Etna Green (Carpenter)  
  s/o Mancel H. and Amy Estelle (BLACK) DUNNUCK  
  b.WWI Registration Card: Lawrence L., age 21 of Warsaw, IN Born June 29, 1896 in Warsaw, IN./ nearest relative is Pearl (same address)  
  b. WPA birth index has his birth as July 6, 1896, Kosciusko Co., IN
(1900 census for Plain township, Kosciusko Co. IN has June 1896) another source has August 29th at Warsaw, IN
  Carpenter, employed at Leesburg Lumber Co.  
  d. 26 November 1968 Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN, Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw  
get Lawrence's obituary published 4 December 1968, page 2 in the Pierceton Press (Kosciusko Co. IN)  
  Members of Winona North Brethren Church  
  m. #1 Pearl YARMAN 23 December 1916, Kosciusko Co., IN (obit says m. in 1910) daughter of Alonzo and Artemitia BLACK) YARMAN (I have also seen Micia listed as Minnie etc. but her granddaughter Jeanine says it was Artemitia)  


b. 27 May 1876, Orion, IN, Daughter of Alonzo and Artemitia (BLACK) YARMAN (granddaughter, Jeanine has b. May 18, 1876


Buried: 17 January 1964, Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw.

   1920 census list Laurence as age 23, living in Wayne Township, Kosciusko. Co. IN  
  1942 WWII draft registration: b. June 29, 1896 in Kosciusko Co., IN. == Pearl DUNNUCK  
  Children: 2 daughters:
Doris "Bernice" Leedy DUNNUCK (b. September 24, 1917) She first wed. #1, Charles DeVoe LEEDY of Grand Rapids MI. and #2 Mr. Makulovich. Charles Devoe d. Nov. 8, 2001, "Bernice" Makulovich was still living Oct. 2002
Gladys Leotine DUNNUCK (b. 1919) wed + Harold LOWERY of Warsaw.. (2 daughters) (living 10/02)
(source of children: daughter of Doris) Both girls married and have living children - married names, spouses given names & children's names withheld.)
(source also 1st cousin to girls, Juna)
Source birth announcement for Gladys publ Dec. 3, 1919 in the Fort Wayne New and Sentinel, page 15
  m. #2 Elsie Bradway YARMAN March 3, 1965 widow of Pearl's brother Howard YARMAN.
m. #2, Pearl's sister-in-law, Elsie YARMAN who had wed previously to Pearl's brother Walter, was Walter's 2nd wife. so what is correct...........??

Stepdaughter to Lawrence is Mrs. Hilbert (Maxine) STACKHOUSE, South Bend, IN

Elsie had a daughter Maxine. It is said she holds a Dunnuck family Bible that traces the family back to Scotland in the 1600's. It would be nice to be able to verify that. Maxine, if you should happen to see this would you please contact Sue Haschemeyer as <<snhasch@aol.com>> All the branches of the family - would be most grateful.
- family lore - fact or fiction ?????
  d. Elsie's Obit. publ. 16 September 1978 in the South Bend Tribune (IN), page 14. (Spelled Elsie DUNNICK)  
  1930 Census has Lawrence as a carpenter - houses. They lived in Wayne township, Kosciusko Co., IN. The household consisted of Lawrence 33, Pearl, his wife 33, Doris 12, and Gladys 10. all born in IN.  
  Most interesting to the webmaster is that Lawrence lived on Big Chapman lake at the same time as we lived on adjoining Little Chapman Lake. Dad sold the Chapman lake home in about 1971. Dad's parents were from Warsaw & Winona.  
  Jeanine Leedy Swart, in a Query
"He (Alonzo Yarman) married Artemitia BLACK, who was supposed to be part American Indian...... They had a daughter, Pearl YARMAN DUNNUCK, who married Lawrence Leroy DUNNUCK."
  Source: Marriage Index Book X, pg. 166, Kosciusko Co., IN// SSDI // family records of Doris' daughter- // Two clippings: obit of Amy E. DUNNUCK - 1931 //Steve Hartman//WPA birth index  
Lawrence Ernest DUNNUCK (also see Lawrence below)  
  s/o Ernest and Nola (Thomas) DUNNUCK  
  ??? b. 12 Mar 1927 (not same birth date as following. )  
  d. July 1991  
  + Betty MINK in Marion County, Indiana 13 July 1957, see marriage book 209, page 196. License # 174005  
  Last SS benefit: in Indianapolis, IN area  
  Listed as age 3 in the 1930 census for Marion County.  
  Obituary publ. in the Indianapolis News on 8 July 1991. I have not gotten this obit. If you have it and are willing to share, we thank you.  
Lawrence Ernest DUNNUCK (also see Lawrence above)  
???? b. 3 December 1927 (not same birth date)  
  + Elizabeth "Betty" Jean PEARCY wed: 7 Dec 1957 in Indianapolis, Marion Co., IN (also wed to a Arthur L. Mink & an Earl Williams ) Source Owen at Rootsweb.  
  b: 1 Nov 1923 in Martinsville, Morgan Co., IN  
  SSDI has a Betty b. 1923-1997 but I don't know if this is the correct Betty PEARCY. (issued in IN)  
  B.'s parents were Harry Eugene Pearcy b. 1897 - d. 1969, and Josephine Irene (BURNS) Pearcy b. 1900-d. 1943 (believe they lived in IN- check Bagerville, Greenwood, Martinville, Indianapolis)  
  Source Kay Graves Van Fleet of Russell, IA Family Tree Maker home pages. << whiteof @hotmail.com>>
Source: Obit of Betty Pearcy DUNNUCK - The Indianapolis Star, publ. Wed. April 9, 1997. It is article #1997099096
Source Arnold Owen at Rootsweb
Lawrence Leonard DUNNICK  
  Probably s/o Peter & Nellie (NIEMANSVERDRIET) DUNNICK  
  b.8 January 1909 in Taintor, IA  
  d. 2 April 1979 (lived in Des Moines, IA, Polk Co.), died Alameda, CA.  
  Source: California Department of Health ...& vital statistics, death index // SSDI // http://web.marshallnet.com/~manor/genea/niemants.html  
  enlisted April 9, 1941 Alameda Co., CA. b. IA, of San Francisco  
 Lee Allen DUNNUCK  
   s/o D. S. & Patricia A. (LOZIER) DUNNUCK  
  b. Summit Chapel Cemetery, Tippecanoe township, Marshall Co., IN 1957-1959 (Section 1, Row 7)  
  d. 10 November 1959, age 2, Tippecanoe township, Marshall Co., IN (Robbins Funeral home)  
  Obituary: - Plymouth Indiana Library publ Nov. 10, 1959  
  Mother, and brother Gene E.- deceased
Father, two brothers, two step-brothers and two step-sisters living.

Source: tombstone // brother Gene E's Obit. publ. 18 February 2000
Leland A. (TROXEL) DUNNUCK (female) (see Elvis DUNNUCK)  
  w/o Elvis DUNNUCK  
  b. 11 November 1909  
  d. 19 July 1999, Lenexa, KS, age 89  
  Lived Wyandotte, KS  
 get Obit: Kansas City Star (MO) publ. 21 July 1999, page 213  
  2nd wife of Edward Sale DUNNUCK (See Edward S.)  
  b. Nov. 26, 1861  
  d. - living with son, Everett when she died June 6, 1930 in Kansas City, Jackson Co., MO age 69  
  Buried Maryville City Cemetery, Marshall Co., KS (no dates)  
  1915 census for Maryville, Marshall Co., KS has her age 55 born IA, with two children Arley age 26 b. KS, and Everrett ag 20 born in KS.  
  1930 census - MO has her age 69 (i.e. born ca 1860)  spelled "Leila"  
  Source MO. Death certificate, and 1900, 1910 & 1930 censuses  
  w/o Arthur DUNNICK  
  Children Frank, born 1910 and Lawrence Arthur  
  Living in Benton Co. Washington when two boys were born.  
 Lena (DUNNICK) REES or Van Rees?  
  b. about 1859,
daughter of Arnold and Grietze (Verdregtt) DUNNICK who were both b. in the Netherlands.
  + Lane VanRees. (they lived in Pella, Marion Co. IA)  
  Source 1925 Census . There is a Cornelius Rees age 26 and his wife living with them  
  d/o ?  
  b. about 1893 in Iowa - parents also born in IA  
  1915 census she was a 22 year old factory worker in Pella, Marion Co. Iowa.  
Lena (SCWARTZEL)(SCHWARTZEL) DUNNICK - (See Frank in descendancy chart.)  
  husband was grandson of Emanuel and Sarah (LANDIS) DUNN*CK  
  wife of Frank K. DUNNICK  
  Of OHIO  
  b.5 November 1873
b. circa 1873, age 56 in 1930 census for Columbus township, Franklin Co., OH-- but the 1910 census has b. in MISSOURI
  Lena had one grandson (December 1982) and 2 great grandsons. per her obit.  
  Young people in the household include George age 23, b. circa 1906 // Elsie age 20, born circa 1909, // and Katherine/Kathryn age 17, born circa 1912. When comparing the children of Frank and Lena (see Frank) from the 1910 census with those listed in the 1930 census it doesn't quite fit.  
  1910 Miracode: Frank- 42 b. OH // Lena-36 b. MO // Kenneth - 8 b. OH // Helen 6 b. OH // and George 3 b. OH. Franklin, Columbus, OH  
  1920 census: Frank K. assembler, machine shop. age, 51,// wife Lena,// children: Kenneth* 18, Helen 16, George 13, and Kathryn 9. *Kenneth is "Frank Kenneth, Jr."  
  1930 Lena - 56, Widow b. Miss/Germany/Germany - saleslady dry good store.
Children: George-23, Elsie-20 and Kathryn 19 "x"-ed out with 17 over. all b. in OH
(Elsie is George's wife.)
  d. Dec. 1, 1962 at Columbus, Franklin Co. OH (an 89 year old widow) buried Union Cemetery at Columbus, OH  
  Obit list children as: Katherine (DUNNICK) DORIDGE, Mrs. Helen of Carver of N. Palm Beach FL, Kenneth of Columbus and George of Hillisboro, OH  
  Source Ohio death certificate 88601 - Volume 17113  
  SSDI has a Lena b. Nov. 5, 1873, d. Jan 1963 - card issued in OH  
  Source: obituary: published The Columbus Dispatch, Sunday Dec. 2, 1962, page 48A  
Lennia (DUNNICK) HOY see Linnie  
Lenora W. DUNNICK  
  d/o William H & Mabel (EATON) Maybelle (nee: Merrille) DUNNUCK  
  b. 16 September, 1917 in Elkhart, IN. d/o William & Mable (EATON) DUNNICK  
  d. June 19, 2006 at the Life Care Center in LaGrange, IN  
  m. Mr. Russell WEISS - listed in William H. obit. 1949 -- m. before Nov. 1949
m. Mr. GRAGG - listed is Margaret's obit 2000. FloraBell's obit April 2001
  3 children: Karen WEISS (Mrs. Richard J. SARBER) 1937 - 2004 //
. . . . . . . . son K.W. (living) of Bristol, IN in 2006
. . . . . . . . Douglas Weiss d. before June 2006- I think living in 2004
  in 2006 Lenora had: 12 grandchildren // 29 great grandchildren// 12 great-great-grandchildren  
  Watriss for many years - Jehovah's Witness, avid gardner, enjoyed painting and drawing.  
  Source: Lenora W. Gragg's obit June 2006 Billings Funeral Home in Elkhart, IN website // her sister, Margaret's obit. publ. South Bend Tribune, 3 February 2000, page D5 // 1920 Census// Obit. of William Henry (father) donated by D. Sheldon Copeland// obit. of sister, FloraBelle Black, Elkhart Truth 4/2001/// Karen's obit. 2004.  
Lenwood/ Leonard DUNNICK  
  s/o Dirk and Mary/Maria (MONSTER) DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1908/1909 in IA  
  + Henrietta before 1929  
  Henrietta was born about 1910  
  Living in Elk Creek township, Jasper Co., IA in 1930 and had a 3 month old daughter, Dora  
  Source: 1930 census/ 1920 census with Dirk & Mary  
  son of Peter and Elvina DUNNICK  
  b. 28 September 1905, IA  
  d. 29 June 1997, Sun City, Maricopa County, AZ  
  From Illinois at one time.  
  1935 auto accident in Sheboygan Press 23 January 1935 // Of Zion, IL  
Leona DUNNICK Mrs. Curtis REHMEYER (see Dorcas Leona)  
  d/o John & Susannah Elizabeth (HILD) DUNNICK of PA  
  also see Dorcas Leona DUNNICK (sister to Mary E. DUNNICK Rehmeyer)  
  b. April 12, 1910 in Stewartstown, PA  
  "Leon died August 26, 2009" per neice Susan Kay Dunnick CLOUSER  
  d. 26 August 2009, age 99 of Spring Garden twp. (per York Daily Record, in PA.) Burial Mt. Rose Cemetery  
  Attended Red Lion H.S. // She was a nurse  
  + Curtis I. Rehmeyer. (brother to Paul Rehmeyer)  
  Dorcas "Leona" and her sister Mary Elizabeth DUNNICK wed brothers Curtis & Paul REHMEYER  
  daughter Patricia L. Shultz, d. before 2009 // son R. C. Rehmeyer of FL  
  Records of Dorcas' sister Wilma / Letter from Susan Kay Dunnick CLOUSER, neice of "Aunt Leon" 27, Aug. 2009. // Leona' obit in the York, PA newspaper  
Leonard DUNNICK  
  s/o Benjamin M. and Mary (BROBST) DUNNICK  
  b. August 1878, Fairfield, Co., OH d. 20 January 1879 - age 5 months 10 days  
  Source: on-line index of burials at the Brobst/Marcy Cemetery in Pickaway Co. Ohio.  
  2008 - A photo of this tombstone can be seen at: http://www.usgwarchives.net/oh/pickaway/photos/tombstones/marcy/dunnuck1529ph.jpg. the photos donated by: contributed for use in USGenWeb Archives by: Melanie Mann nigmal.melanie@gmail.com April 18, 2008, I can't tell but it looks like the spelling might be Dunnuck??  
   Tombstone inscription "Son of B.M. & M. R. Dunnuck; aged 5m.10d" at Marcy Cemetery  
Leopold (Miles or Wiles) "Miles" DUNNICK (Obit has W.)  
  s/o Samuel & Isabell F. (Leazenby) DUNNUCK  
  b. 22 May 1853 Fairfield Co., OH  
  d. 20 October 1925 Elkhart Co., IN. Buried Rice Cemetery.  
  d. of bronchial pneumonia following being struck by a car while riding his bicycle. The auto/bicycle accident was not a factor in his death.....ruled his physician....he was already ill.  
  Living in Elkhart in 1918, per his brother, Henry's Obituary.  
  Laborer - Leopold's obituary // Catherine's obituary has him as a millwright.  
  1920 Census has him living in Elkhart, Concord township, Elkhart Co., IN.
Leopold W. was a Millwright - age 66, and
Catherine E. was age 54 and a dressmaker, working from home.
Series:T625-432, page 11A, ED61, Image 523
  m. Catherine Elizabeth "Lizzie" HUFF 3 December 1882, Kosciusko Co., IN, Book H, page 230  

b. May 1865


d. 1 September 1925, Elkhart County, IN, Buried: Rice Cemetery.

  Children: Roy (b. 1884-89) William H (b. 1886), Lillie Vida (b. 1895) and three other children: in 1910 census Catherine reports six children, two living.
(birth records show parents names as "Miles and Lizzie" for Roy and Lillie per WPA birth index.)
  Sources: 1860 Kosciusko Co. IN Census -Wayne Township. /// Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage Index // Family sheets of D. Sheldon COPELAND // Obituaries for Catherine and Leopold can be found in the Elkhart Truth (Elkhart IN), page 2 Oct. 20, 1925 and September 1, 1925 // 1920 census Elkhart Co., IN.  

Leroy A. DUNNUCK (see "Roy")  
  s/o Hiram Clyde DUNNUCK & Essie Daisy DUNHAM  
  b. 28 August 1904 Nebraska  
  d. Contra Costa Co. California 7 October 1963  
  his brother Clayton also living in CA.  
  Source: California Department of Health ...& vital statistics, death index - they also list him under Roy.  
  s/o John H. and Susannah E. (HILD) DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1902 in PA Source: 1910 York Co. PA Census  
  Records of Leroy's sister have him born May 9, 1901, and d. June 15, 1912.  
Leslie DUNNUCK  
  child of William Jasper and Isabelle (CALLENDAR) DUNNUCK  
  born between 1884 & 1890 and died at age 7  
  Source: obit of William Jasper Dunnuck  
Leslie McAbee DUNNICK (male)  
  adopted son of Whipple and Stella (McAbee) DUNNICK  
  Leslie McAbee, Jr. was the son of Stella's brother, Leslie. He was adopted when he was four months old and renamed Leslie McAbee DUNNICK  
  Known as "Mac".  
  Worked in the insurance business with his father  
  b. January 29, 1924  
  d. August 18, 1990 in Ohio  
  1950 Leslis DUNNICK ( wife: Carol)  
get Source: "The Columbus Dispatch," publ. August 21, 1990. pg. 6B  
  Source: SSDI // Records of Jo Ann Mathis //  
  (assumed - to be his wife) Carol Graham DUNNICK On his birthday she gave flowers in his memory See Carol G. DUNNICK  
   b. 8 January 1927  
  Carol Graham DUNNICK graduated from H.S., class of 1945, in Columbus, Ohio  
  d. 3 September 2006 Reynoldsburg, OH (Columbus area)  
  Source SSDI // Church newsletter  
Leslie Ann DUNNICK  
  b. about 1959 living West Milton, OH around 2005  
Lester DUNNUCK  
  s/o William Jasper & Mary Isabelle "Isabelle" (CALLENDAR) DUNNUCK  
  d. age 7  
Letty (McDILL) DUNNUCK (see David G. Dunnuck)  
  wife of David Gorsuch DUNNUCK  
  (1814-still living in 1880 )  
Lewis "Lew//Lou" Peter DUNNUCK (Minister - United Brethren)  
  s/o Samuel and Isabel (LEAZENBY) DUNNUCK   
  b. June 1847 OH.  
  d. 25 January 1922 at the Goshart & Warn Store in Warsaw Co. IN,
Buried- Pleasant View Cemetery Kosciusko Co., IN
get - Lewis same as obit. I have??? Lewis' obituary is published 2 February 1922, page 2, and Matilda's published 17 July 1940, page 2 in the Pierceton Record (Kosciusko Co., IN)  
  Living in Orion, IN per his brother Henry's Obit. 1819  
  m. Matilda McDaniel PINKERTON 13 April 1871, Warsaw, IN (Kosciusko Co.) She was the daughter of John B. and Matilda "Tilda" (LONG) PINKERTON. of Prairie Township (near Atwood) Kosciusko Co., IN John d. 1896 & her mother, "Tilda," d 1892 in Warsaw, IN.and are buried in Pleasant View Cemetery in Kosciusko Co., IN  
  Living in Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN in 1922  
  b. March 17 1854, Warsaw, IN  
 I need obit. d. July 1940  Buried: Pleasant View Cemetery, Kosciusko Co., IN.
Her obituary published in the Fort Wayne Journal Gazette, 10 July 1940, page 2 listed her as died 16 July 1940, obit publ. July 17th in the Pierceton Record, Pierceton, IN . I wonder about the 10???
  Children: Cora L. (Mrs.J. Lawrence SWIHART) b. 1875 /// Grace Golda b. 1880 (Mrs. EVANS) Lew's obit has her as Mrs. Goldie Adams of Fort Wayne. b. Feb. 1880 //// & Clement Earlston b/d 1872  
  Mrs. Charlie W. Adams -( Must be Goldie) --- visited father, L.P. DUNNUCK 1916 Fort Wayne Paper
Cora SWIHART living in Huntington, IN in 1918
Mrs. Golda Dunnuck husband C.W. - mother of Charles Ervin ADAMS b. 30 July 1915. Allen Co. IN.
  1880 census Wayne Township, Kosciusko Co., IN Roll T9-0290, page 249b  
  1900 census for 1st ward, Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN, series T623, film 382, book 2, page 276 HH. 61 -- Detroit Street
Lewis age 52, born June 1847. OH/OH/OH day laborer married 29 years // wife Matilda A. age 46, born June 1854 three children, two living.
Check this again! 1920 census for Wayne township, Kosciusko County, Indiana has Lewis P. age 73 renting - living alone - selling peanuts. OH/MD/OH. He is listed as married. (where is Matilda?)  
  1922 Matilda is listed as a registered voter in Harrison Township, Kosciusko Co. IN.  
  Vendor: "Dunnuck's Jumbo peanuts and crackerjacks" - at . "Lew was an excellent entertainer, head of an old-time singing school, leader of numerous church and revival choirs, and director of many musical programs. He maintained a lively interest in church, civic and political affairs. Rare wit, original humor, jovial and kind to all.. Had modest home on Tippecanoe River, 3 miles west of Warsaw.  
  Remember back when....
"Lou Dunnuck claimed to have sold $200 worth or more of peanuts and popcorn at his stand at the Bradway grocery corner, now the Indiana State Bank corner, on the day Buffalo Bill's show exhibited here. However mathematicians refuted his claim proving it was impossible for one many to prepare, wrap up in sacks and make that many five cent sales all in one day." Warsaw Daily Times, January 16, 1932
  Lewis' obit has him survived by his wife and two daughters.  
  Sources: Clipping of obit of Lewis P. DUNNUCK, 1922// Clipping 40 yrs. ago 1962, probably from Warsaw Times Union.// D. Sheldon Family group sheet /// Kosciusko Co., IN Marriage Index Book D, page 413 ///.LDS files 2034445 & 1903900 // 1870 Prairie township, Kosciusko Co. IN Census - Atwood Post Office // 1920 census for Kosciusko Co., IN, Wayne township., Series T624, Roll 439, book 2, page 247A.  
Libbie DUNNUCK (Mrs. Alice L. (DAVIS) McReynolds, DUNNUCK)  
  2nd w/o Alonzo Greene DUNNUCK  
  Mrs. Alice L. (DAVIS) McReynolds Known as Alice and Libbie  
  Mother of Fern and Spencer DUNNUCK  
Lillian "Vida" DUNNUCK (See Vida DUNNUCK)  
  d/o Leopold and Catharine E. (HUFF) DUNNUCK  
  b. 23 April 1895 at Mentone, Kosciusko Co., IN  
  of Elkhart Co. IN in 1841  
  d. 4 March 1980 Elkhart, Elkhart Co. IN. Buried: Chapel Hill, Osceola, IN  
  m. Carl Wade SCHEIDLER- 23 December 1911 at Nappanee, Elkhart Co., IN  

d. 23 September 1961

  Source: Elkhart Co., IN Marriage Index // Records: of D. Sheldon COPELAND //WPA birth index  
   Jan 17, 1917 daughter born in Elkhart Co. IN. Katherine E.  
Lillian A. DUNNICK  
  b. 16 July 1888 in Vincennes, IN.  
  d. 8 December 1958, Zanesville, Muskingum Co., Ohio She is buried at the Duncan Falls cemetery in
Muskingum County, OH.
  a widow - age 70 died at the home of her daugher (Philo, OH) Mr. Leroy Mason.  
  Source: her Obituary in the Zanesville Recorder (OH) // Ancestry.com Ohio Deaths, (August 2, 2001) death certificate: 88999 Volume 15629  
  Also buried at Duncan Falls cemetery is an Alfred DUNNICK d: 20 July1934, in Muskingum County, Ohio Death: Volume #7574, Certificate #45495
in 1932 A. G. DUNNICK lived in Philo, OH
Lillian DUNNICK  
  b. 28 July 1906  
  d. July 1991  
  Lived Zion, Lake Co., IL  
Linnie DUNNUCK (Lennia)  
  d/o Nicholas and Margaret (MANTLE) DUNNUCK  
  b. 24 June 1864 near Mechanicsburg, Sangamon Co., IL  
  d. 1947 buried Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Sangamon Co., IL  
  m. Edward J. M. HOY, 24 June 1886, Sangamon co., IL (druggist)  
  b. 1863 in Shelbyville, IL, (Obit gives age as 65)  
  d. 13 March 1928 Springfield, IL  
  Children: Byron & Helen  
  1870 Sangamon Co. IL Census /// Biographical of Edward M. Hoy Past and Present of the City of Springfield and Sangamon Co. IL, by Joseph Wallace, Vol. 1, page 258-9, Clarke 1904 /// Obit of Edward -Illinois State Journal (Springfield, IL 14 March 1928, page 13) ///Obit. of Margaret DUNNuck publ. in the Illinois State Journal, 18 September 1902, page 6. /// Sangamon County IL, Marriage Index 1878-1898, page 55. /// Mechanicsburg, IL cemetery plot 123- pg. 13. // Biography of Margaret Dunnick, page 958, History of Sangamon County Illinois - History of Illinois, by Inter-State Publishing Company, 1881 // wedding announcement Daily Review, Decatur, IL publ June 26, 1886 quoted from "Yesterdays" Springfield (IL) Register.  
Lizzie Blanch DUNNACK  
  d/o James and Elizabeth (USHER) DUNNACK  
  b. 29 January 1875  
  Settled in MA  
  +Andrew Russell WALLS from Charleston, MA. 2 October 1901  
  Lizzie and Andrew can be found in the 1901 Canadian census as living in New Brunswick, Canada; in the Northumberland District.  
   Contributed by: Cheryl Dunnack - from actual birth records  
   Marriage published, "The Register" Berwick, Kings Co. Nova Scotia, (BR 10 Oct. 1901)  
Lizzie DUNNICK  
  wife of Frank DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1854 in Germany. age 26 in 1880 census for Columbus, OH  
Llewellyn Smith DUNNACK  
  s/o Henry and Adella (SMITH) DUNNACK  
  b. 2 November 1897  
  d. 12 April 1973 (location withheld)  
  Children: two (withheld)  
  Contributed by: Cheryl Dunnack  
Lloyd DUNNUCK also See Loyd  
Lloyd L. DUNNUCK (see following Lloyd L.'s)See following several Lloyd's  
  m. Catherine ENDERS 10 November 1933, St. Joseph Co., IN
(license date November 9th)
  Source Marriage book 135, page 155  
  Divorce index, Marshall Co., IN - Divorced 1942  
Lloyd L. DUNNUCK (see above and following Lloyd L.'s)  
  m. Mary Gretchen PHILLIPS July 16, 1937, St. Joseph Co., IN
  Source Marriage Book 102, page 237  
Lloyd Loren DUNNUCK (see above Lloyd L's)  
s/o: Frank Scott DUNNUCK and wife & Della ( BELSLEY)
b 10 January 1898, Breman, IN
d. 9 January 1984, at his home 217 N. Scott St., South Bend, St. Joseph County, IN
buried Yockey Cemetery Row 123, grave #8. Welsheimer Funeral home.
1910 census has 12 year old Loyd living at home with parents in Breman, Marshall Co., IN.

Photo donated by
Judy Keller

1920 census: has "Loyd" living with parents on Center Street in Breman, IN. Loyd was age 22, listed as a mechanic.
  m. circa 1923. Grace BECK b. circa 1901 PA/IN/OH
Lloyd Seems to have been wed four times. Twice to Grace, the mother of Norma J.
(see above Loyd's)
+ Grace Otella (BECK) divorced Marshall Co., IN 1932 - divorce index
See: Nappanee Advanced News, page 1, column 1 publ. 22 October 1923 - married Grace
See: Nappanee Advanced News, page 1, column 7 publ. 18 April 1935 Married Grace
  1930 census "Floyd" L age 32, with Grace P. age 28 and daughter, Norma J. age 5. Living in Bremen, Marshall County, IN.  
  1933 of Bremen, IN  
  1936 President of South Bend Bus Terminal (Della Dunnuck is listed as Vice-President of the S.B. Bus terminal) and (Velma DUNNUCK is listed as Sec-Treas. of the SB Bus terminal)  
  Lived most of life in Northern Indiana. Check in South Bend, IN area.  
  Child. Mrs. Robert (Norma Jane) HALL of Troy MI  
  Source: Source: Obituary for Lloyd L. South Bend (IN) Tribune, Tues.10 January 1984, page 21, Column 5 & 6. Xerox provided by D. Sheldon COPELAND & Judy Keller // Chart of John F. DUNNUCK's children and grandchildren. author Mrs. Joseph (Frances) DUNNUCK. in letter to Dawn DUNNUCK 1971 shared with me by N. Gene DUNNUCK// 1920 census series T625, Roll 456, part 2, page 123A, Breman, German township, Marshall Co. IN>  
Lois Evelyn "Evelyn" DUNNICK/DUNNUCK  
  d/o Donald L. and Gladys Catherin Gaskill (SNYDER) DUNNUCK  
  b. 15 June 1930  
  d. August 1985 of Etna Green buried Stony Point, Atwood, IN.
Another source has her as died 5 July 1985 - this is probably the correct date.
  of Mentone, formerly of Etna Green, and Bourbon area - Indiana  
  - retired auto mechanic --- WWII veteran  
  m. LaMar SECHRIST 12 March 1948  
  LaMar: b. 27 December 1924 in Nappanee, s/o Arthur and Mae (Lutes) SECHRIST  
  LaMar d .Friday evening, 17 February 1989 at his home following a one year illness., Buried: Stony Point Cemetery, Atwood, IN.  
  Children: one son and five daughters whose first names all began with "J" and were born between 1949 and 1962.. One son, Jerry, preceded him in death.  
  LeMar later married #2, Phyllis Blue Slabaugh. who survives. (Feb. 1989) She had two daughters by a previous marriage.  
   Source: Obituary of Donald L. 1984, and Obituary of Gladys, 1993 // Kosciusko County Historical Society, Warsaw - surname clipping - date and publ. unknown. - Obituary of LaMar. // ??Also see Gerald & Maxine Baker Kuhn of Bullhead City, AZ (World Family Tree)  
Loren Dean DUNNUCK  
  s/o Clyde E. and Elnora (HUTCHINSON) DUNNUCK  
  b. circa 1924 (see census for Manchester, Delaware Co. IA  
  d. Not living with family in 1930 census.  
Loren L.R. DUNNUCK  
  b. ca 1924  
  Robbed the North Akron Saving & Loan (Ohio) on April 22 1954. He was shot and killed by an off duly police officer. Source: the Mansfield News Journal, Page 1, Col. 2. Mansfield, OH. (short)  
   Longer article in Fergus Falls Daily Journal, Fergus Falls, MN April 24, 1954. Page 2, Column 5  
Losepona DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1885 in Italy (age 35 in 1920 census)  
  Source: 1920 Census for Auburn City, Cayuga Co., New York. Also see Priols DUNNICK  
Lotitia DUNNICK  
  d/o Cornelius and Elizabeth (CUPERUS) DUNNICK  
  b. circa 1874. Listed in 1880 census Richland township, Jasper Co., IA  

Lottie Helen DUNNUCK  
  d/o Daughter of John F. and Catherine A. (CHERRY) DUNNUCK  
  b. 1869  
  c. 1872  
  Source: Tombstone cemetery near Mentone, IN (back right corner) buried near her grandfather, John W. and his family  
  Source: She is mentioned in her Father's obituary, published in the Bremen Enquirer 3 November 1927  
Lou Ella (MAXWELL) DUNNICK (see Clyde M. DUNNICK)  
  (b. circa 1862)  
  1900 census has Louis' father born in Michigan and Mother in Wisconsin  
  b. July 1870 in Michigan  
  in 1900 census living in Grangeville precinct, Idaho County, Idaho.
Series T623, film 233, Book 1, page 234
Louisa DUNNUCK  
  d/o (see following Louisa - below)  
  m. William E. PYLE, 23 December 1858  
  Source: Kosciusko Co., IN Marriage Index Book B, Page 161  
Louisa DUNNUCK (see above - possibly same)  
  d/o Samuel DUNNUCK & wife Rebecca BELL  
  b. circa -1838 in Ohio per 1850 census.  
  not listed in Wayne Township, Kosciusko Co., IN 1860 census with her father & stepmother.  
  Source: 1850 census for Walnut township, Pickaway County, OH // 1860 Kosciusko Co. IN Census /// D. Sheldon Copeland family group sheet  
Louisa DUNNICK  
  See: ? Peter N. and Elvina DUNNICK (may be parents)  
  b. 1911, Zion, Lake Co., IL Source LDS: file 1760993  
  d. 1927  
  m. Raymond Hartley HILL circa 1926 (lived Zion, Lake Co., IL)
Son of: Sylvester Bruce & Janie Sarah (COATS) HILL
  b. 22 May 1907 Zion, Lake, IL
d. 2 Jun 1971 Spring Grove, , IL
  Yes, one child.  
Louisa DUNNICK (name was probably Marie "Louisa" CHANDLER)  
  w/o William H. DUNNICK  
  age 23, of Madison township, Franklin Co. Ohio in 1850 census  
  b. circa 1827  
H. Louise DUNNUCK (listed under the "H" index.) 1920-1998  
Louise Emma (WILLIAMS) DUNNUCK See Henry Leroy "ROY" DUNNUCK  
  + Henry LeRoy "Roy" DUNNUCK August 1944 (he died 5 Feb. 1979.  
  b. 6 January 1918 in Mount Pleasant, the daughter of C. E. Sr. and Nellie Williams. , d. Friday, 27 Dec. 2002 
Louise Williams Dunnuck, 84, formerly of Atchison, died Friday, Dec. 27, 2002, at an Arcadia, Calif., hospital.
she was buried Veterans Admnistration at Riverside, CA. (obit Atchison, paper.+)
   Mrs. Dunnuck and her husband owned and operated The Madrid Theater in Atchison until 1954 and later established a real estate business in California.

She was born Jan. 6, 1918, in the Mount Pleasant area, the daughter of C.E. Sr. and Nellie Williams. She moved with her family to Atchison, KS as a child and attended Atchison schools. She graduated from Atchison High School in 1935 and attended Texas Tech University.

She married Roy Dunnuck in August 1943. He died Feb. 5, 1979.
(no children)
  born Kouts, IN Sept 25, 1909 (brothers name was William Johnson of Kouts, Indiana in 1980)  
  died: Mishawaka, IN December 9, 1980  
  + Mr. DUNNUCK  
  Survived by two sons - Robert Jr. and Warren J. (surname - I think Braunsdorf ??) of South Bend, IN
and two daughters Carolyn Morehouse, March of California & Norma Clark of Michigan (I think Carolyn is a Braunsdorf ??)
  + Robert L. Braunsdorf, Sr. in South Bend, IN in 1955. s/o Mrs. Emma Braunsdorf of South Bend, IN - Louise Survives in 1965  
  Braunsdorf - b. 8 July 1899 in South Bend, IN  
  d. 7 October 1965  
  Children: two sons & a daughter and one step-daughter.Norma Clark.  
  Source: Obit of Robert published in the South Bend Tribune October 7, 1965  
   Robert: at Orvis Funeral Home, burial Cedar Grove Cemetery.  
Louise DUNNICK  
  d. Beadle Co., SD on April 26, 1939  
Loura Blanche "Blanche" DUNNUCK  
  d/o Marion Tallman and Christina (HATFIELD) DUNNUCK  
  b. 19 September 1878  
 T.B. d. 8 May 1898, 19 years, 7 months, and 19 days.  
   Source: Blanche's obituary. An undated clipping from a Warsaw, IN newspaper  
Loyd DUNNUCK See Lloyd DUNNUCK (above)  
Lucian D. DUNNICK, farmer  
  s/o John and Dolly DUNNICK  
  + Victoria A. LEONARD 4 July 1871 , Dunkirk, WI.(Registered July 11) Wisconsin Marriage license # 00311. In 1871, Lucian was living in Dunkirk, WI. & Victoria living in Stoughton, WI. (Leonard family of N.Y.) to WI Daughter of Erastis W. and Mary Ann (?) LEONARD  

b. 1853


d. 3 September 1903

  Children Hattie & Rose - both died as children. Buried Fassett Cemetery in Edgerton, WI. Victoria remarried to Joseph Page.  
  in 1880 census, Victoria and daughters were living with Victoria's parents. No mention of Lucian. Victoria was 27, Hattie age 7, and Rosie age 2.  
   Information Thanks to J. Scott. from the original Marriage Certificate.  
Lucile/Lucille F. DUNNUCK  
  William and Delina F. "Frances" (BERKEY) DUNNUCK  
  b. 6 April 1909 to William and Frances (BERKEY) DUNNUCK, St. Joseph County, IN.  
  1910 census, Portage, IN Lucile is 11 months on April 15, 1910, William 28 and Frances 21. Parents Married 1 year.  
   I believe Delina F. to be the child of first wife of William.  
  I believe Frances was the daughter of Lara A BERKEY  
  b. circa 1876 in MT. Father b. Canada, Mother NE.  
  She is living with J.T.P. Fletcher, age 47 b. N.Y., his wife Julie age 46, b. NY and their son Arthur age 14 also b. N.Y.  
  age 4 in the 1880 census for Madison, Sterling, Montana page 354-c, line 14  
  in the Census she is listed as their daughter - adopted.  
Lucille DUNICK  
  s/o Edward & Nellie DUNICK  
  b. circa 1901 in Mexico  
  Source: 1910 Erie, Erie Co., PA Census  
* Luke, One or two people ?? - READ ME !!!! ...and the following two Luke's. This lies in the heart of some confusion on John W. DUNNUCK.  
  John W + to Sarah Hughes
John + to Sarah Wiley
Both are credited as being the parents of Luke ????

Notes: A Luke is listed by Indiana 'family members' as being from the family of John (1773) and wife Sarah (Hughes) Dunnuck and is in the same age range with their other children. Also a Luke, as well as some of John's (1773) other children married in Ohio. ( John (1773) took his family to Ohio in 1818 and remained there until after 1835. A Luke married in Ohio in 1822.. This family believes their John 1773 descends from John 1747 and is the John Jr. listed in his fathers MD will of 1819 for several reasons. First, the two Dunnuck families are found together in Ohio, Indiana, Illinois and Kansas, and secondly, the baptism of Luke at St. Joseph's, and lastly the obituary of daughter Catherine, daughter of John 1773.

I wonder if there are TWO John and Sarah's; i.e. John and Sarah Hughes and John and Sarah Wiley.....and possibly even two Lukes.....but I don't think so. Might Sarah have been married twice, and actually be one person?

In 1799 a Luke Wiley DUNNUCK, son of John and Sarah (?) DUNNUCK was baptized in the same church as the children of John (1747) and Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK, which would seem to make this Luke a descendant of John (1747). However there is the problem. Two other children, Joseph Sutton Dunnuck and Hellen, both children of John and Sarah (?) were also baptized in the same church and generally do not appear in family records of John & Sarah (Hughes) Dunnuck. (I did find them in one record listing the children of John (1773) and Sarah that had no source. That record made sense when compared with the 1810 Maryland census, and it included other children as well that do not appear in other family records and may have died in infancy.)

There is also a John W. DUNNUCK who married a Sarah WILEY. Sarah's parents are Sarah SUTTON, sister to Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK, Daughter Sarah's husband was Vincent WILEY. Some list this John as son of John 1747. Could Sarah Wiley and Sarah Hughes be the same person?? I have not been able to verify this Sarah Wiley.
*Luke Wiley DUNNUCK  
  s/o John & Sarah DUNNUCK  
  b/Btz: 26 November 1799, St. James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore Co., MD  
  s/o Probate records do not indicate Luke's relationship with area Dunn*cks, however circumstantial evidence supports the premise that his parents were John and Sarah (Hughes/Hues) Dunn*ck. (see probate records) Also see above Luke  
  b. MD (per census records of son, Newton)  
  d. 1 April 1845 Walnut Township, Pickaway County, OH. He had been ill for at least two years.  
  m. Elizabeth SWOPE, 15 June 1822, in Fairfield Co., OH by Jabez Bowman
Elizabeth was the daughter of David Swope and his wife Mary. Her siblings, as listed in her father's estate are Thomas, David (youngest son) Rachel, Mary and Louisa. Swope family also marries into Joshua Dunnuck's family
  b. in MD --( per 1880 census in Franklin Co. KS. for Newton)  
  Living Wayne township, Pickaway Co. OH on 1 November 1841  
  d. April 1846, Pickaway County, Ohio  
  Minor children listed in probate records: are Newton b. ca 1831 and Mary b. ca 1834. [Newton's age is from his indenture] [both Newton and Mary in the 1850 census for Sangamon Co. IL.]

Descendancy Chart of Luke
  Another probable child is Pheobe Dunnick who wed Isaac Vannimon 17 June 1841 in Pickaway Co., OH.  
  Summary of Probate Records Pickaway County, Ohio
Luke # 0-1001 and Elizabeth #1-1050: donated by Steve Hartman

Marriage: Found online no source // Contributed by Shirley Schuldt -Ohio Marriage Record A to J. 1803 - 1865 Fairfield Co. OH. Book D, page 12,.
( from LDS Microfilm 0317372) // LDS 0295268, page 217 // 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)
Lula Frances (RUNTE or KUNTE) DUNNUCK (Mrs. Truman Fullenwilder DUNNUCK See Truman F.  
  b. 1881 d. 1940 buried CITIZEN Cemetery, Flagstaff, Coconino County, Arizona, USA
Coconino County, Arizona "Lulu F. Dunnick" on tombstone
Lula Ione DUNNUCK  
  d/o Charles E & Dora B. (MILLER) DUNNUCK  
  b. 14 January 1894, Atwood, IN  
  d. July 1986  
  Lived in the city of South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN in 1930.  
  m. George Dale TUMBLESON, 14 March 1923, Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN - Rev. J. W. Miller, witness Hershel Hibschman
son of William and Mary (MILLER) Tumbleson of Warsaw, IN.

b. 9 September 1893 Milford, IN


d. September 1987 (SSDI has last residence at South Bend, IN)

  Listed as Farmer on marriage license.  
  1930 census for South Bend, St. Joseph Co., IN. Both are 36 years old and both wed when they were 29 yrs. old. No children in home. He is a labor at a Dairy and she is a cashier at the Dairy.  
  Source: Obituary of her brother Raymond I, 1975 // Marriage index Kosciusko Co., IN, Book 1, Vol. 2, page 196 // Marriage license application donated by Mrs. Judy KELLER//. SSDI //Steve HARTMAN  
Lura Adelta (BESSLER) DUNNUCK, See. Roscoe Everette DUNNUCK  
   b. 17 October 1901 in LaPaz  
  d. Oct. 1994 of New Carlisle, St. Joseph Co. IN  
   + 25 December 1922 in South Bend, IN  
  Possibably related to Lydia (Schatz) DUNNICK whose father Adam Schatz lived in ND 1860-1940 ???.  
  b. 2 October 1905  
  d. 5 December 1993 Huron, Beadle, South Dakota  
  Source Social Security Death index.  
  1940 living in Leavenworth (Leavenworth County, Kansas at 217 1/2 South Fifth) Per: 1940 City Directory, page 65  
   See Philomenia DUNNICK also living in Leavenworth Co. KS in 1947 widow of E.A. DUNNICK  

Lyman Frank/ Franklin DUNNUCK  
  s/o Omer & Nellie (MORAN) DUNNUCK (her third husband.) #1 Holland #2 Wiegleman #3 DUNNUCK #4 Moore.  
  b. 15 March 1921 (age 9 in 1930 census, not listed in 1920 census)  
  1920 family living in Peru, Miami County, IN.
1930 family living Brindle Road, Mt. Pleasant township., Delaware County, IN.
  d. 27 Jun 2009 Alexandria, Fairfax, Virginia  
  served in the Navy in the Pacific Fleet on the oiler USS Ramapo  
  As an adult lived in Alexandria, VA  
  + Bernice MILLER d. 24 August 2007  
  Children Lyman Eugene "Eugene" (b. 1943-1990), & (4 others, all of whom are living in 2009 FD, DD, CA(D)M (f.), BS(D)B (f)  
   Dunnuck, Lyman Franklin Died Saturday, June 27, 2009 of Alexandria, VA. Beloved husband of the late Bernice J. Dunnuck; father of Frank Dunnuck, Bonnie Brown, Donald Dunnuck and the late Eugene Dunnuck and Carol Major; brother of Helen Perkins. Also survived by 13 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Relatives and friends may call at Jefferson Funeral Chapel, in Alexandria, VA July 2 where funeral service will be held on July 4. Interment National Memorial Park.  
Lyman Franklin DUNNUCK  
  Navy Aircraft Carrier, WWII Ship # CV16, The Lexington  
Lyman H. DUNNUCK  
  descendant of William Morrow and Hannah C. (Miller) DUNNUCK  
  b. 15 March 1904 (per SSDI)  
  d. June 1977 of Kokomo, Howard County, IN.  
  issue yes - also grandchildren  
Lyman "Eugene" DUNNUCK  
  Son of Lyman Frank and Bernice DUNNUCK  
  b. 15 November 1943 in Oklahoma City  
  moved to VA in circa 1951  
  d. 24 August 1990 Alexandria, Fairfax Co., VA. (of Cancer)  
  In Jan 2000 referred to by relative as Lyman "Eugene" DUNNUCK  
  Veteran of Vietnam War: Company C., 2nd Battalion of 7th regiment, 1st air Calvary "Charlie Co." 1970  
  In a letter dated 1 June 1970 he talks of being out of the service in 139 days.
and signs it "Gene"
  "one morning during the VN War days, there was a field/combat interview on TV with a Sgt.Lyman Dunnuck" by N.G.D.  
  Source: On line Military group "Looking for" // corrections by his son, father's day 2001 // Letter written by "Gene" while serving in Nam. // N.G.D  
Lyman Franklin DUNNUCK  
  s/o Omer and Nellie (MORAN) DUNNUCK  
  b. 15 March 1921  
  d. 27 June 2009, Alexandria, VA  
  Served in the Navy in the Pacific Fleet on the oiler USS Ramapo.  
  +Bernice J. MILLER  
  b. April 4, 1926. // April 8, 1926 in IL per funeral home info  
  d. 24 August 2007 of Franconia, VA, (Resident of Alexandria, VA)  
  He was preceded in death by his wife, a son Lyman Eugene Dunnuck, and daughter Carole Ann Majors  
  Three surviving children: F.D. // B S.(D).B. (female) // D.D.  
  Lyman F's. brother Omer d. in 1990, his father Omer d. in 1843  
  Also survived by 13 grandchildren, 23 great-grandchildren and one great-great grandchild. Relatives and friends may call at Jefferson Funeral Chapel, 5755 Castlewellan Dr. Alexandria, VA (just south of the intersection of S. Van Dorn and Franconia Rd.) on Thursday, July 2 from 2-4 & 7-9pm, where funeral service will be held on Friday at 11am. Interment National Memorial Park.  
  + Merle BETTS May 2, 1942 per the Marion County Indiana Marriage index volume 160, page 199, license # 72267  
Lyman A. DUNNUCK  
  s/o Elisha and Emma O. (DALLAS) DUNNUCK  
  b. 15 March 1904 in Peru, IN  
  d. 11 June 1977 Kokomo, Howard Co., IN. age 73.
Buried: Crown Point Cemetery. Kokomo, IN. Lot 5, section 23,
Lived 516 W. Mulberry St.
also see: for photo of tombstone http://www.rootsweb.com/~inmarsha/
  1930 he was single, age 25, working as a machinist in a railroad shop, and living with his aunt (probably maternal) Mattie Shields.
Formerly employed by the C. & O. Railroad and held several executive positions with Chrysler Corp. from 1934 until his retirement in 1968.
  + Helen Varnetta LYNCH on 6 July 1968  
  b. 21 May 1906  
  d. 10 November 1969. Buried 12 November 1969, age 63. at the Crown Point Cemetery, Kokomo, IN, section 23, Lot 19  
  no children were listed in obit, but "three brothers and a sister preceded him in death."  
   Source: SSDI // Two obituaries for Lyman// Records of D. Sheldon Copeland  
  See following  
Lyman A. DUNNUCK  
  + Merle G. (nurse)  
  1950 & 1960 living in Peru, IN. Living on 3rd Street. (She was a nurse and Lyman a factory worker.  
"Lyman" Douglas Lyman DUNNUCK (may have been called both Douglas and Lyman - ) School teacher  
  s/o John W. and Henrietta (SCOTT) DUNNUCK  
  b. 28 September 1861 family bible records. (obit has 28 September 1860) The tombstone has 28 September 1860, age 28. Based on the tombstone & an age calculator, Douglas was born September 29, 1861. BUT--The obituary has age 29 and if that is correct, the 1860 date is correct. (Tombstone has Douglas L. - but the Bible and obituary have have Lyman Douglas.  
  d. 24 January 1890 of T.B. buried: old cemetery Mentone, IN (of consumption) Three siblings preceded him in death. Tombstone reads age 28Y, 3M, 26D. Obituary has age 29Y, 3M, 26D.  
 see Tombstone m. Clara KINTZEL, daughter of William and Mary E. KINTZEL. 26 February 1887. (Clara married Lincoln Lichtenwalter 30 January 1895)  
  b. 16 April 1866, Atwood, IN.  
  d. 18 May 1895. Mr. Lichtenwalter had her buried with Douglas Lyman & son Roy.  
  from page 195, biography of Lewis S. Clayton, he indicates that his family came to Mentone in 1882, only two days after William Kintzel. Both families occupied the same house for a time. Clayton's family was the second to settle in the new village (Mentone, IN)  
  Son Roy - d. age 6 months, 4 days on July 27, 1889 - buried with parents at Mentone (IN) Cemetery  
  Source: Geographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co., IN. Lewis Publ. Co., Chicago, IL , Publ. 1887, Pages 449-50, 195 Loose record page found in the Benjamin DUNNUCK family Bible dated 1929. Tombstones - old cemetery Mentone, IN // Clara's obituary publ. May 23, 1895 in the Tri County Gazette, Mentone, IN. // Lyman's obituary publ. February 1, 1890 in the Tri County Gazette // Biographical sketch page 271-2 of Kinzel family, Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago, IL 1887 (contributed by Sue Haschemeyer- original sources all in my possession 1985)// Kosciusko Co. Marriage index Book H, page 230.  
   Note: family bible records were all written in one pen and dated 1929  
Lyman DUNNUCK (see below- these are the same)  
  s/o Henry B and Pheobe (EVANS) DUNNUCK  
  b. after 1858  
  m. Alice CASTLEMAN 7 January 1886 - Kosciusko Co. IN.  
  Children: Evert B. b.10 February 1890, Cleora DUNNUCK (b. 1886)  
  Source: // Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage index Book H- page 66 // WPA Birth index //Steve Hartman  
Lyman I. DUNNUCK (see above - certainly these two must be the same)  
  s/o Henry and Pheobe (EVANS) DUNNUCK  
  b. 25 November 1864  
  d. 18 May 1940, Palestine, Kosciusko Co., IN
Stepped into the path of an automobile on April 12 during a blinding snowstorm. (Certainly harsh weather for April.)
Buried Palestine Cemetery, Section 3, row 9
Lyman I & Margaret A. are buried with daughter Cleora D. Hill in the Palestine cemetery, Section 3, Row 7. Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN. Henry, Phebe & Nate are buried nearby.
  Living in Palestine in 1918 & in 1940  
  1900 Census: Harrison township, Kosciusko County IN, series T623, film 382, Book 2, page 55, lists Lyman age 35, born Nov. 1864 - married 14 years and wife Margaret age 38 born February 1862. Three children, two living. And daughter, Cleora born April 1886, age 14.(see above Lyman) Two of these children may be Margaret's sons by her marriage to Castleman. But....see children listed above Lyman and Margaret. (Cleora D. Hill 1886-1931- Mentone Cemetery with Lyman & Margaret)  
  1920 census for Harrison Township, Kosciusko Co., IN has a "Leman DUNNICK" with wife, Margaret, age 57 Roll: T625_439 Page: 1A ED: 85 Image: 623 I assume it is Lyman I.  
  1930 census transcription list his name as "Tymon" age 65 (Kosciusko Co., IN)  
  services held Palestine Christian Church, burial Palestine Cemetery  
  clippings about the accident don't mention wife or children.  
  Son: Roy C. DUNNUCK (1890-1896) hit by lightening (Or Ray) From funeral home records.  
  m. Margaret A. (BLUE) Castleman wed January 7, 1886 Kosciusko Co., IN. marriage index H-66 (Dunnick/Castleman)  
  . . . b. February, 1862 in Kosciusko Co. IN  
  . . . lived all her life, until May 1940, in and around Palestine, IN  
  . . . d. 10 November 1944 " at home of son and daughter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Castleman" in Huntington, IN (per her obituary)  
get - same??? as clipping?? Margaret's obituary published 15 November 1944, page 2 in the Pierceton Record (Kosciusko Co. IN)  
  Lyman I, Margaret, and son Ray C. are buried at the Palestine Independant Church in Palestine, IN.  
  Margaret's obit. lists a "SON and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest E. (wife Birtha) Castleman living in Huntington, IN". From Margaret's obit. we learn that she was married to a Castleman previous to her marriage to Lyman Dunnuck. Note the Marriage of a Lyman to a Castlman above.  
  Lyman's step-son, Ernest E. Castleman had two children, Donald E. and Leonard W. CASTLEMAN. Ernest was b. ca 1882.  
  Robbins funeral home in Huntington, IN. Services at the Palestine Christian Church. Pastor of the United Brethren Church of Huntington officated. Burial Palestine Cemetery. (Kosciusko Co., IN)  
  A Nate is buried by them.  
  Source: clippings of the accident.// clipping of obit. for Margaret.//.Tombstones in Cemetery next to Palestine Independent Christian Church, Kosciusko Co., IN./// Funeral home data on Roy./// Obit. on Lyman // Obit. of Henry, Warsaw paper Sept. 1918 // D. Sheldon Copeland // Henry & Phoebe (EVANS) Dunnuck family Bible transcribed by Frances (Mrs. Joseph) DUNNUCK // various census records.  
  daughter of Merle and Mary Katherine "Kay" (LOGAN) DUNNUCK  
  b. 26 Feb. 1949 in Elkhart Co., IN  
  d. 27 April 2011  
  wife of: Mr. Madigan (wed June 1, 1968)  
  One son, one daughter and one grandson. as of April 2011  
  Goshen News, & Elkhart Truth, (IN) April 28, 2011  

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