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Mabel Clara DUNNUCK (Mable (May or Mae) Hatfield)
  d/o Marion Talman and Christina "Tena" (HATFIELD) DUNNUCK
  born 22 May 1881.--(m. age 19 in 1899)
  or: b. 2 May 1881 Source: world connect at Rootsweb by Leroy Hatfield. 2003
  d. at the age of 108, 15 September 1989, Dayton, Columbia County, Washington.
  m. #1 Roy TUCKER- 30 December 1899 Palestine, Harrison township, Kosciusko County, IN (Kosciusko Marriage book L - 220)
  b. 22 June 1880 IN
  Known child: James Ray Tucker (Sr.) b. about 1902

(the WPA birth index for Kosciusko Co. IN list a Roy J. Tucker born 11 March, 1901 to Roy TUCKER and May (DUNNUCK) book H-6, page 21)

James Ray wed Alice "Kate" and they had two sons, Edward and James Ray Jr. lived in Ukiah, Mendocino Co., CA. source of sons - at worldconnect at Rootsweb by Leroy Hatfield. 2003
  m. #2 George H. MERRY at Bellingham, Whitcom County, Washington.
  Marriage to George - source: Shari Ann Tucker of CA, g.g.granddaughter of Mable
   1910 Census has Roy, Mae and Ray living in Columbia County, Washington.
  1920 census for Bellingham township, Whatcom County, Washington.
Head of Household: Claude DUNNICK (brother), age 34, single, common labor//
widowed sister (Kiger/Kigan/Kigon?), Mable age 38, clerk dry goods store, //
her son Roy Tucker age 19 single clerk grocery //
widowed* sister Maud L. Tucker age 40, public school teacher.
(*two sources indicate Maude was divorced - one said she never remarried)
  Source: 1910 & 1920 Censuses // also see: world connect at Rootsweb by Leroy Hatfield. 2003
  1930 census for Bellingham, Whatcom Co. Washington, census district 9 lists:

George H. Merry age 56, first wed age 48, Born IL/IL/IL, worked as "filler man at fist cannery. Mable C. age 46, first wed age 18 not employed. no others in HH. (Her age is not correct, but age wed is consistent with being born in 1881)
  Sources: Censuses 1910-1930// Obituary of Marion published 20 September 1900 in the Tri-County Gazette, Mentone, IN.// Kosciusko County Marriage index L-220 // correspondence with Doris Hatfield Pratt of ID Sept. 1999. // correspondance with Shari Ann TUCKER of CA, 2000 names of two sons, one who died in infancy. //
  b. 12 November 1888
  Social Security card issued in Mississippi
  d. 3 August 1986 at Fulton Co., Georgia - age 97 (also see Edward.)
  Check Gifford, and Vero Beach in Indian River County, Florida
  + Richard VanderLeest
  child - living
  Source: bethreyn@centurytel.net -- at World Family Tree / ancestry.com
 Maggie DUNN*CK (see Margaret)
Maggie (______________) (KANNARD) DUNN*CK See Joshua DUNN*CK
  2nd wife of Joshua m. 1880, KS who was born 1810
  Maggie b. 1835
   The married in 1880 after the death of Joshua's first wife, Margaret in 1876.
Maggie DUNNUCK See Joshua DUNN*CK
  Daughter of Joshua and 1st wife Margaret GRIFFITH, daughter of Isaac of OH
  Born November 1851 in Sangamon Co., IL
  d. 4 February 1859.
  Tombstone lists her as Margaret - at Mechanicsburg, IL 7years, 3months 3days d.4 Feb. 1859
  Source: The United State Biographical Dictionary.... Kansas Volume, pages 422 & 423, published in 1879 by the S. Lewis in Chicago & Kansas City. // Tombstone
  d/o Cornelius and Elizabeth (CAPIVUS) DUNNICK
  b. 11 March 1881
  d. 17 September 1904
  Bur. Manning Cemetery in Manning Iowa (Carroll County)
Maggie E. (nee ??) DUNNICK (Mrs. William H.) See William H. (of OH)
  widow of John A. DUNNICK - Civil War Pension
  They wed 26 August 1862. He mustered out August 31, 1862 and died 2 January 1863. Malinda applied for widow pension 8 July 1963. Malinda married Harrison CUTLER March 17, 1864
Mancil Howard DUNNUCK
  d/o Isaac Wiseman & Sarah C. (Hankinson) DUNNUCK
  b. 7 February 1871 near Warsaw, Kosciusko Co. IN.
  Living in Prairie township, Kosciusko Co., IN in 1922
  d. 27 September 1949 near Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN, Buried: Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, IN.
  m. Amy Estella BLACK 2 March 1893 -per obit.- -also Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage Book J page 287 by minister J. Graham.

(3 March 1893 - both Steve Hartman & an LDS film 1903900 also 1986 bio.)

(Her mother was Catherine KIMES -source Cindy KIMES
"Mrs. Dunnuck lived most of her life three miles northwest of Warsaw in the neighborhood in which she was born." obit.

b. Amy was born 13 March 1876, the daughter of Salem J. and Catherine (KIMES) BLACK

Salem J. Black- b. 1854 (1931- of Warsaw, IN) and d. 2 March 1836
+ Catherine (Gensinger) Kimes. m. 29 August 1867 -- (also spelled Katherin in daughters obit) Catherine is not listed as living in 1931
brother Charles H Kimes - living NW of Warsaw, IN in 1931

  d. 25 July 1931 - Cemetery records - source Cindy KIMES
(another source, her obituary, has b. 13 March 1876, died July 25, 1931 - daughter of Salem J. Black-her obit.), Amy had cancer for 2 years - age 55 Bur. Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, IN.
  1900 census, living in Plain township, Kosciusko Co. IN. Mancel was a farmer, age 29, born February 1871. (IN/OH/NJ). Wiife Amy was 24, born March 1876. They had been wed 7 years and had two sons, both living. The sons were, Lawrence 3 , born June 1896 and Walter 2 born March 1898. Microfilm: Series T623, film 382, Book 2, page 130a
   1920 Census for Prairie township, Kosciusko Co., IN has Mancel, age 48 -Roll: T625, Roll 439 Page: 1B ED: 92 Image: 759 (another source has part 2, page 95B) Mancel is a farmer and living with Mancel and Amy are Walter age 21, and Mildred age 16. Walter is helping on the farm.
  member of Zion United Brethren Church
Lawrence (b.1896) of Warsaw, IN, + Pearl -- 2 daus.
Walter (b. March 1898) of Milford, IN (another source of Leesburg)
. . . . . + Kate FAWLEY --1 child
Mildred (Mrs. Milo) FAWLEY of Mentone, IN (b. 1903) 2 sons.

grandchildren 5: Doris and Gladys DUNNUCK, Juna DUNNUCK and
Jack and Howard FAWLEY
   Mancil H.'s Obituary in the Northern Indiana Co-Op News on 28 September 1949// Clipping of obit. of Amy, 1931// 1920 Census for Kosciusko Co. IN // notes of D. Sheldon Copeland // Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage index, Book J, page 287 // Kosciusko County Indiana 1836-1986, biography of Dunnuck, published Kosciusko County Historical Society, pages 108 & 109.// correspondence with Cindy Kimes and Steve Hartman
Manerva Ann DUNNUCK
  d/o William Morrow & Hannah Clarkston (MILLER) DUNNUCK
  b. May 5, 1862
  No listed in the 1870 census with family. Butler twp, Miami Co. IN deceased.
Marceil DUNNICK (See Paul A.)
Margaret (KING) DUNNUCK (better known as Mary)
  w/o Elisha DUNNUCK of OH, IL, and KS
  d/o Millard C. and Edith DUNNICK of Fairfield Co. OH
  b. about 1908 or 1909
  Margaret was a stenographer in 1930 (wholesale machinery Co.)
  + Kenneth CONNELLY after 1930 , of Cincinnati in 1950-
  Source: 1910 & 1930 census, Columbus, Ohio
Millard C's obituary: daughter: Margaret (Mrs. Kenneth CONNELLY) , of Cincinnati in 1950-
 Margaret Elizabeth (DUNNICK) GAMBEE, ADAMS


d/o --- see following Margaret E. DUNNUCK, ADAMS
Her Death Certificate lists her parents as Clarence DUNNUCK & Pearl BENNER. This info from J. F. GAMBEE
b. 28 February 1922 (Obituary: South Bend Tribune)
or b. 18 February 1922 (Her death certificate - Peru, IN)
Waitress ( Death Certificate provided by Margie Klecker.)
 1924 Margaret photo from Willis' daughter d. 3 March 2000, Berrien County, Niles township, MI - ( Death Certificate provided by Margie Klecker.) cremated - widow
  Margaret was 20 months when her father died.
  According to obituaries, siblings were Eldon of California and Willis of Minnesota
  m. #1 Charles Walter GAMBEE s/o Lemuel Everett and Rosella (Johnson) Gambee

b. 17 March 1924 Browntown, Fayette County, IL


d. 27 November 1987 Marion County, IN.

  children: 2 sons: Sammy Joe (1943-1997) (wife yes - 3 sons, all with issue)
and one son living. J.F.G. (wife yes, & son)
  m. #2 William Chuck ADAMS - see following Margaret
  Source: Death Certificate provided by Margie Keckler // Ancestry.com - by gambree.inforum.net. // Obituary published in the South Bend Tribune, page D5, on March 7, 2000.
  d/o Clarence and Pearl (Benner) DUNNICK, of Peru, IN. On her Social Security application she lists her mother as Pearl Mae BENNER
 Caution d/o Margaret's half-brother Eldon's birth certificate lists his parents as Clarence & Elsie - (Clarence's his first wife). In the obituary of Willis, who is older than Eldon, Willis' parents are listed as "Henry J. and Pearl Benner Reaves DUNNUCK . I don't believe Henry is correct. See Willis. Willis is Margaret's half brother, and his birth name was not DUNNUCK.
  m. #1 see above Margaret (Mr. Gambee)
  m. #2 William "Chuck" ADAMS (6 May 1914 - 18 June 1998)
  Children: 3 daughters (Living) These are probably Chuck's girls. They are listed in Chuck's obit, but not listed in Margaret's obit.
  Source: Obit. South Bend Tribune June 21, 1998 // Peru Daily Tribune, November 5, 1823 // The Marion Chronicle November 5, 1923 // Peru Republican December 21, 1923 // 1923 articles contributed by D. Sheldon Copeland.
Margaret (EHMAN -) DUNNICK divorced
  w/o Henton Monroe Fremont DUNNICK
Margaret (GRIFFITH) DUNNUCK or DUNNOCK (see Joshua).
  1st wife of Joshua (b.1810 / 1814) in PA
Margaret M. (MANTLE) DUNNUCK Mrs. (See Nicholas)
   b. 1826 Fayette Co. OH, wife of Nicholas
Margare_ E. DUNNICK
  d. Franklin Co. OH on 14 February 1914
  Source: OH Vital Records - Volume 1289, death Certificate 8354 (OH Historical Society)
Margaret L. DUNNUCK (Mrs. Lester R. COOPER)
  d/o William Henry "Bill and Maybelle (MERRELL) DUNNUCK
  Formerly of Elkhart, IN
  b. 2 June 1925
  d. 26 January 2000 Bellview, FL Obituary: Oscala Star Banner, Belleview, FL Jan 28, 2000 --- age 74 // d. Jan. 26, 2000
  m. - Lester R. COOPER before her fathers death in November 1849 - living in Elkhart in 1849.
  Children: 3 daughters - living
  Source Obituary South Bend Tribune, published 3 February 2000 page D5 //
Margaret M. DUNNICK (called Maggie)
  d/o Joshua & Margaret (GRIFFITH) DUNNUCK
  b. 1 November 1851 in Sangamon Co., IL (died age 7 years, 3 months, 3 days) Sangamon Co., Illinois
  d. 4 February 1859, Sanagmon Co. IL / Buried Mechanicsburg Cemetery, Mechanicsburg, IL,
   Tombstone lists her as Margaret - at Mechanicsburg, IL 7years, 3months 3days d.4 Feb. 1859
  Source: The United State Biographical Dictionary.... Kansas Volume, pages 422 & 423, published in 1879 by the S. Lewis in Chicago & Kansas City. // Tombstone
Mrs. Margaret A. DUNNUCK (see. Lyman I. DUNNUCK)
   Palestine Cemetery, Section 3, Kosciusko Co., Harrison twp. Indiana (1862-1944)
   Source tombstone.
  Believe the A. stands for Alice and she may have been known as Alice.
  (daughter: Cleora D. Hill 1886-1931- Mentone IN Cemetery with Lyman & Margaret)
Margaret DUNNICK
  b. about 1855 OHIO (age 65 in the 1920 census)
  Source: 1920 census for Sandusky township, Erie Co., OHIO
    Finley Collins, an early settler, after coming to Ohio, first worked at the
salt works near Chandlersville. A few years later came his father, Elisha
Collins, and his twin brothers, Elijah and Elisha. They also had a
half-brother named John. Finley Collins made a great deal of maple sugar in
early times, which he marketed at a good price. In 1810 Finley Collins
married Margaret Shull. Their children were Sarah, John C., Mary, Hannah,
Michael, Maria, Ira, Jacob, Silas, William and Margaret.

Sarah (Smith), Maria (McClelland), Ira, William and Margaret (Dunnick) are living.
At one time Mr. Collins was in the service of the government against the Indians.

History of Noble County, Ohio. Published by L.H. Watkins & Co. of Chicago 1887
Brookfield (found at rootsweb site - ohio site)

(there is a Matilda Collins above who wed a John Dunnuck just before the civil war. He was killed months later- don't think this is the same.)
Margaret Rosella "Rosella" DUNNUCK
  d/o George Faith and Eunice (TIMMONS) DUNNUCK
  b. 10 October 1868
  d. Jan. 1891 She is buried with her mother and five siblings in KS. (Name on tombstone is Rosella)
  Source: Photo of tombstone taken by Shirley Gossick and records compiled by her sister Bonnie.
   + Harvey M. SMETHERS (biography) December 1887 of Beatrice, NB.
  Harvey b. 15 March 1863 in Lee County, IL, and was the son of Josiah and Mary (HILL) SMETHERS.
  In 1883, he located in Beatrice, Gage County, NB
  Rosella and Harvey had three children:
. . . Lillian Eunice - Mrs. Clyde A. Scott of Omaha NB,
. . . Bertha Grace died in childhood, and
. . . Harvey Donald Died at age 10.
  Harvey was one of 8 children (5 grew to adulthood) The Smithers moved to Gage County, NB. see the biography of Percy J. published in 1918 in "History of Gage Co., NB.
  Harvey d. 18 Mar 1942 in San Diego, California
  Harvey + #2 15 March 1893 Harvey m. Alda Millie Randall Beatrice, NB.- no issue.
Margaret (SHEEHY) DUNNUCK See Abraham
  1st wife of Abraham C. DUNNUCK
Margarett K. (Mrs. Harry L) DUNNICK (see Harry)
  b. about 1883 in Germany
Margaret DUNNICK
  1900-1983 (of Raritan, Somerset, NJ)
Margaret DUNNICK
  b. circa 1816 presumably in Ireland? Not married.
  Arrived in America on 29 Jun 1842. She was 26 years old. From Ireland
Margurite DUNNUCK
  Buried: Hope Cemetery, Lincoln Township, Franklin Co. KS. (also buried there are Joshua, Margaret and Thomas J.)
  Source: Franklin Co. KS website: www.ukans.edu/~hisite/franklin/indexes
  w/o Dirk DUNNICK
 Mariam (LAWYER) DUNNICK (3rd wife of)
  wife of Henton Monroe "Monroe" or "Roe" DUNNICK
  b. 10 Nov. 1870, daughter of Jame and Adeline LAWYER
  d. 3 April 1965 Licking Co. Ohio - (age 94 - widowed)
  + Widowed (see Henton Monroe)
  County of Residence was Perry
  Source: Ancestry.com's Ohio Deaths 1958-1969.
  d/o George J. and Harriette (Fullenwider) DUNNUCK
  b. "Jan. 30, 1895 (Died July 6, 1895)" dates: written notes of her sister, Grace Dunnuck Keckler found in belongings of H. Aileen (Keckler) Seggelke, donated by Barbara Seggelke
  Source: Cemetery Inscriptions, Decatur (IL) Genealogical Society. Printed 1969 and 1976 Vol. 5, Part 1., page 69
  buried with her mother, Harriet F. DUNNUCK Union Cemetery -Marie b. 1895-d. July 7, 1895 (5 mos. 7 days) Harriet- 1853-1918.
Marie Louisa (CHANDLER) DUNNUCK (Mrs. William H.) (See William H.)
  See Helen Marie DUNNUCK (known as Marie - See Helen) (1909-1989)
  d/o Joseph & Alice (WHEELER) DUNNUCK
   wife of Luther COLEMAN
  wife of // daughter of
  b. 10 June 1906
  d. January 1979. Lived Seal Beach, Orange Co., CA.
  Source. Orange Co. Web page
Marie Anna DUNNUCK
  m. Gerret Barnard VANDERPOL 10 April 1928, at Sully, Marion Co., IA.
   d. 24 January 1971
  d/o Clyde and Elnora F. (HUTCHINSON) DUNNUCK
  b. around 1929 in IA
  Lived in Manchester, IA with her mother (her parents divorced in 1936)
  + Basil John KERR in the summer of 1949. His family was from Seattle Washington.
 Marie Lillian DUNNUCK
   w/o or d/o
  b. 10 June 1906 in California
  d . 2 January 1979. Lived Seal Beach, Orange Co., CA.
  Source: California Department of Health Services & vital statistics
Marilyn Jean DUNNUCK
  d/o Maurice E. and Cathern B. (BLUE) DUNNUCK
  According to a book Kosciusko Co. IN Cemetery Records, volume V, Marilyn is buried in the Woodden cemetery in Kosciusko Co. see page 52. but another source has:

Buried: Summit Chapel Cemetery in Tippecanoe township, Marshall Co., IN
  b. 22 November 1939 (another source had b. 1931 ??)
  d. 5 May 1941
  Source: dates from tombstone per book noted above. //
need Obit in Northern Indiana Co. Op News May 14, 1941 Does anyone have this obit?
Marion Talman DUNNUCK
  s/o John W. and Henrettia (SCOTT) DUNNUCK
  b. 2 April 1853 - Palestine, Kosciusko Co., IN
  d. 11 September 1900 of Malaria - lengthy illness
  about 1893 he joined the M.E. Church at Burket, IN
  Buried: Old Cemetery, Mentone, IN - funeral at M.E. church in Mentone, IN
  m. Christina HATFIELD 12 August 1876, Kosciusko Co., IN Marriage Book E, page 521. "DUNNUCK"
  d/o John ("Jack") and Mariah/Maria (WINTER/WINTERS) HATFIELD who wed 3 February 1842 in Kosciusko Co. IN.
(see 1860 census for Kosciusko -- Christina age 10 mos. John b. England, age 42, and Mariah age 38 b. in PA.) See following:

b. 3 August 1859 Palestine, Kosciusko Co. IN

she is listed with her family in the 1860 Harrison Township, Kosciusko Co. IN census pages 234-235 She was 10 months old. Census taken June 26, 1860 Which is consistent


d. 30 December 1954 at Dayton, Columbia County, Washington

  (Tena later married Lewis Johnston and had two children Charlie in 1905 and female Mrs. A. A. Anderson.)
  Children (5) of Marion & Tena:
1) Maude, (Mrs. Marion TUCKER) b. March 1877
2) Loura Blanch "Blanch" DUNNUCK b. 19 September 1878 - d. 8 May 1898 (T.B.) . . . .
. . . . . (She is called 2nd born daughter which makes Maude the oldest)
3) Mable Clara "Mae" (Mrs. #1 Roy TUCKER),
(Mrs. Mable May #2 MERRY) b.2 May 1881
4) Claude DUNNUCK b. June 10, 1885- 1953
5) Raymond b. 1886 (d. infancy) d. April 19, 1888 at Palestine, IN

(Mae, Maude and Claude were living in the state of Washington -1910)
  Source: Geographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago, IL , Published 1887, Pages 499-500 // Loose record page found in the Benjamin DUNNUCK family Bible dated 1929 // Obit of Marion published Sept. 20, 1900 in the Tri-County Gazette, Mentone, IN.// Obit. clipping of Loura from Warsaw, IN paper, May 1898 // correspondence with Doris Hatfield Pratt of ID Sept. 1999. // correspondence with Shari Ann TUCKER of CA, 2000 names of two sons, one who died in infancy. //
  listed as a visitor attending a student meeting at San Diego State University.
Mrs. Martha DUNNICK and Timmy of near Hillsboro
  Mentioned in the Hillsboro Newspaper (OH) where George S. & Naomi Dunnick lived.
  d/o Catherine (DUNNUCK) and William TIMMONS
  b. 1843
  m. Thomas Benton SABER on May 24, 1863, Kosciusko County, IN.

b. 4 October 1843 Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN

Martha Ellen DUNNUCK
  d/o Elisha and Mary (KING) DUNNUCK
  d/o Henry Bell and Phebe (EVANS) DUNNUCK
  b. 17 December 1860 in IN (Henry Dunnuck family Bible)
  d. 1933, buried in the Palestine Cemetery (Harrison Township, Kosciusko Co. IN - Section 3, row 9)
  m. Wilbur S. SHATTO Dec. 27, 1885 Kosciusko Co., IN,
. . . . . . . son of Henry J. and Lucinda (WOOD) SHATTO
  b. 1855 /1856 in IN (he is age 4 in the 1860 census for Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN - living with parents [ "N.J. and Lucinda Shatto" ])
Living South Bend in 1918
  d. 1929 buried in the Palestine Cemetery, Section 3.
  Source: Biographical and Historical Record of Kosciusko Co., IN "Henry J. SHATTO", Lewis Publishing Company, Chicago, IL, 1887, page 384 . // Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage index. Book H, page 62 // Obit of Henry, Warsaw paper Sept. 1918 // D. Sheldon COPELAND family group sheet // Henry "Dunnuck" family Bible transcribed by Frances Dunnuck of Indianapolis in about the 1970's // Tombstones Palestine Cemetery, Section 3, Kosciusko County, IN
Martha Greenwood DUNNUCK
  d/o John Tallman & Alice Greenwood (PLUMMER) DUNNICK
  b. 9 February 1910 Columbus, OH
  d. November 1985 Akron, Summit Co., OH
  living Akron, OH in 1961
  m. Edward R. HORCH on 30 December 1933

b. 8 May 1911


d. 14 Mar 1994 Akron, Summit Co. OH

  Child: J.E.H. (male)
  Sources: Historical Account of the PETERS Family, by June L. (SHAULL) LUTZ, 1986, page 135-136, contributed by Roland and Karla Steward.
  Source SSDI // 1910 Columbus, Franklin Co. Ohio Census
Martha J. (nee REDDICK) DUNNUCK (15 Sept. 1844 ---- 29 December 1879)
  d/o Hiram and Sarah (also buried in the Prall Cemetery)
  1st wife of Edward Sale DUNNUCK See Edward
   Buried Prall Cemetery in Washington Co. KS.
  Sons by Martha
Henry Albert "Bert" DUNNUCK, born 1876 //
William Arthur "Arthur" DUNNUCK, born 1877 // and
Hiram Clyde "Clyde" DUNNUCK born in October or November, 1879. Martha died in December 1879.
Martha M.(Morrison) DUNNIK/ Dennick ?
  Age 22, b. OH in 1910 census - Living with her mother, Martha Morrison
  2 children: Lewis A. age 3 and Donel R. age 1 3/12
  1910 United States Federal Census for Tuscarawas , Washington Co. Ohio District 153
Martha Mahala DUNNUCK
  d/o John W. and Henrietta (SCOTT) DUNNUCK
  b. 26 July 1846, Kosciusko Co., IN
  Living in 1915 in Marion IN
  m. Daniel HARDMAN October 14, 1864, Kosciusko Co. IN book C, page 126.
b. circa/about 1845 in OH - 1870 census - Daniel

The 1850 census for Bedford Coshocton, OH lists farmer, John Hardman age 30 b. OH and wife Clara age 30 b. PA with children: Martha 8, a daughter 6, Daniel 5 and Mary J. age 3.

In the 1860 census sister, Minerva, age 7 b. in OH would indicate Daniel died between ca 1853 and 1860, and the family migrated to IN between 1853 and 1860

In the 1860 census, page 271, Sevastabol Post office, Franklin township. Kosciusko Co. IN. Daniel and sisters are living in the HH (household) of their mother, Clara A., farmer, age 40 b. in PA.
  The 1870 Kosciusko Co. census show Daniel, age 25 as a carpenter. In same household with the Richmond family Children: (1870 census) With him are his wife, 24 year old Martha, and children John, age 5 and Laura age 4. Martha and children born in IN. Daniel is a carpenter. The census lists Martha's parents in HH 181, and Daniel & Martha in HH 185. Harrison township, Kosciusko County, IN.
  1880 Census for Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN lists Daniel and "Marthy" with the following children: John F. 14 // Laura A. 13,// Ida Jane 11// and Annettei V.age 8.. Daniel working at a "Heading And Table Leg Mfg" (son John working in factory) census district 63, page 7
  "Lumber Trade ..."
"Then 1889 was the day of much lumber business in Warsaw. Fresh and cured sawed lumber could be purchased from ...., from Daniel Hardman at 230 West Market.... Street numbers then were not the same as now. Extensive log yards were in the west part of town. Quite a community had grown up around the old depot on Union street so much that it was called West Warsaw." From Warsaw in 1889, Part 2, by Geo. Nye
  I believe there is another son Martin and perhaps others.

The 1900 census for Center, Grant County, IN lists a Daniel b. March 1845 in OH/PA/PA and wife Martha M. born July 1947 with daughters Gladys D. b. Ju- 1880 - age 19 and Bessie M. born August 1885 age 14. They have been married 35 years (ca 1865) had 8 children, 5 living. His occupation is listed at "confectionery keeper" - not carpenter as in the past.
  Laura A. Hardman + William M. NEFF 30 May 1885, Kosciusko County Co. Marriage Index G420.
  A John F. Hardman wed a Gracie Hardman on June 13, 1886, Kosciusko County, IN book H: 128.
  Buried with the Dunnuck family at the Mentone Cemetery, near the Dunnuck family marker is Charley Hardman, infant son of D and MW (MM?) d. August 20, 1874, 8 months 26 days.
  Source: Geographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co. IN. Lewis Publishing Co., Chicago, IL , Published 1887, Pages 449-50,  Loose record page found in the Benjamin DUNNUCK family Bible dated 1929 // Sister Phebe's Obit 1915// Kosciusko County Indiana Marriage index, Book C, page 126 // 1870 Kosciusko Co.IN Census, page 347b, lines 37-40 (Palestine area - taken Sept. 6, 1870)
  d/o Jason & Rebecca DUNNICK
  Living with parents in 1860 census - age 10. Florenct Township, (Freeport Post Office) Stephenson County, IL
Marvin L. DUNNICK (may be Melvin - see Melvin.)
  s/o Franklin Ellis and Estella Edna (ATTIG) DUNNICK
  b. 6 July 1913 Hopewell township. York Co., PA PA
  d. 18 May 1994, age 80 Shrewsbury, burial Shrewsbury Lutheran Cemetery, York Co., PA
  m. Helen I. MEASLEY

b. 1913


On same cemetery lot is:

Jere B.FISHEL b. 1918-1989
Evelyn R. . . . . . .b. or d. 1926

also in same cemetery is Frank & Estella DUNNICK, and infant son, and daughter of Frank & Estella, Delores. (see Frank E. DUNNICK)
Rev. James FISHEL officiated at Marvin's funeral

  Survived by nieces and nephews.
   Source Obit. & cemetery index.
MARY (to All by name of MARY)
  m. Lewis P. DUNNUCK in 1871
Mattie C. (Mrs.) DUNNICK (see Joseph N.)
  b. about 1871/1872 in MD
  wife of Joseph N DUNNICK// J. Nelson DUNNICK (b. PA)
Children: Dana D,. Zera D, and Inez D.
   1930 Census has widow Mattie C. taking in renters, living in York, York County, PA. MD/PA/PA. I don't believe she is a widow, but divorced. - Joseph N. is living in 1930 with a new wife of 4 years.
Mattie M. (KELLY) DUNNUCK (see Frank Ellis DUNNUCK) Wife of
  b. 1878
  m. Frank Ellis DUNNUCK 28 September 1907 in Kosciusko Co., IN
  wife of / dau. of
  b. 27 October 1920
  d. 20 January 1997 (SSDI has last residence as Muncie, IN in Delaware Co.)
  Check in Losantville, Randolph Co. IN
Maude Lola DUNNUCK (g grandson lists her middle name as Lowell)

d/o Marion Talman and Christina "Tena" (HATFIELD) DUNNUCK
b. March 1877 according to the 1900 census for Kosciusko Co. IN
b. 10 March 1877 Palestine, IN (per ggrandson)
b. (10) September 1879 according to the 1900 census for Kosciusko Co. IN
d. 19 March 1969 Honolula, HI
m. Marion TUCKER, 19 November 1898, Kosciusko Co., IN
Marion was working as a farm laborer in 1900.
b. 10 Sept 1879, d. 26 Feb. 1925
Marion Tucker wed #2 Minnie
They divorced 1912

Maude Tucker 1900
Photo donated by Douglass Mann

 Douglass Mann is Maude's great grandson.
  Daughter Gladys was 10 months old in the 1900 census, born July 13, 1899.
Gladys Tucker wed Owen Douglas at Bellingham, Whitcom Co. WA
WPA birth index for Kosciusko Co. IN lists her birth as female - July 13, 1899
  1900 census, Franklin township, Kosciusko Co., IN series T623, Roll 382, book 2, page 36. Marion is a farm laborer, age 20 b. IN/IN/OH. His wife is Maud age 23, born March 1877. Married 1 year, one child. Gladys born July 1899 (10/12 months)
  1910 census Living Columbia County, (1st ward Dayton) Washington
Marion was a Butcher at a store. They had been married 11 years, and Gladys was 10 years old. No other children listed.
Series T624, Roll 1655, Book 1, page 42b.
  In 1910 sister Mae (Mrs. Roy Tucker) and brother Claude also lived in Columbia County, Washington.
  1912 Maud and Marion Tucker divorced
  1920 census for Bellingham township, Whatcom County, Washington.
Head of Household: Claude DUNNICK, age 34, single, common labor//
widowed sister (Kiger?) Mable age 38, clerk dry goods store, //
her son Roy Tucker age 19 single clerk grocery //
widowed sister Maud L. Tucker age 40, public school teacher.

1930 Honolula City, Hawaii - Claude Dunnick (age 41) and sister/widow Maude L. Tucker (age 46) in a hotel (she is a principal of a Public school and he is a painter) (Island of Oahu?)
1941 Maude Lola (DUNNUCK) TUCKER was a school principal in Hawaii when Pearl Harbor was bombed. Later she was a county superintendent in Dayton, WA. Source: world connect at Rootsweb by Leroy Hatfield. 2003

Maude Tucker
"Principal 1940"
Photo donated by Douglass Mann

Source: Kosciusko County, IN Marriage index, book L, page 53.// Birth: from Newspaper clipping of sister Loura's Obituary - Warsaw, IN May 1898//1900 census for Franklin Township, Kosciusko County, IN
  Wife of Chester R. DUNNUCK
  b. 12 October 1873 in. Niles, Michigan
  to South Bend in 1900
  d. 17 November 1958, services First Church of Christ Scientist, 19 November 1958. Burial Highland Cemetery.
  Source: Funeral card and two obituaries published the 17 & 18th provided by N. Gene DUNNUCK published South Bend Tribune, record 50-18754
Maude DUNN*CK (See Thomas J. DUNNICK)
  d/o Andrew and Carrie St. JOHN.
  b. about 1868 in Franklin Co. KS.
  After Andrew's death Carrie wed Thomas J. DUNN*CK in 1878 - After a brief marriage they were divorced. In 1880 census listed as a DUNN*CK.
Maurice E. DUNNUCK of Etna Green, IN.
  s/o Joseph "Ed" & Alice (WHEELER) DUNNUCK
  b. 22 July 1906
  d. (lived Etna Green) d.29 January 1999 Winona Lake, Kosciusko Co., IN. (Village Health Care)
  Maurice and Cathern are buried at Wooden Cemetery, Harrison township, Kosciusko Co. IN along with their infant daughter Marilyn. Section 3, Row 4
I have also seen Wooden spelled Woodden.
  m. Cathern Eleanor BLUE 29 June 1929, St. Joseph Co. IN, (Book 048, page 80)
daughter of William J. and Annie Rebecca (SABER) BLUE. See Blue descendancy.
  b. 21 March 1905
  d. 2 June 1993
  Children: (2 sons) Kenneth & Forst
Kenneth wife Ms. Weiger - 3 sons, 2 daus.
Forst B. wife, Ms Kelly - 4 sons, 3 daughters. (Forst Blue)
  2 Deceased daughters:
Daughter: Elaine Dunnuck Fugate Hill ( 5 November 1935 - 30 January 2003;
Daughter: Marilyn Jean Dunnuck, 1939-1941
  1930 census calls him "Morris" Farmer - No children yet.
  Source: Marriage Book 48, page 80 // obituary published 1 February 1999 South Bend Tribune// obituary Rochester Sentinel, 31 January 2003 // Kosciusko County Indiana 1836-1986, Bio. sketch Dunnuck, published - Kosciusko County Historical Society, pages 108 & 109 - this article was written by Mrs. Maurice Dunnuck of Etna Green and starts with John Dunnuck through Isaac and his children.
Maxine DUNNICK (see Ruth Maxine DUNNICK)
  w/o Elmer Isaac DUNNICK of Iowa
  Jun 6, 2009 ... Memorial services for Maxine Dunnick, age 97, of Grinnell, will be held at 10:30 a.m., Tuesday, June 9, 2009 at the Holland-Coble Funeral ..(of Grinnell, IA)
May DUNNUCK (see Mable Mae DUNNUCK)
  d/o George S. and Elsie (Kurtzman) DUNNICK
  d. Franklin County, OH - 26 March 1928 . Buried next to her grandparents, Frank and Lena DUNNICK in Union Cemetery, Columbus, OH.
  Source: Source: OH Vital Records - Volume 5596, death Certificate 15579 (OH Historical Society)
Maybelle (MERRELL) DUNNUCK (Mrs. William H. or J.) See William
Melvin L. DUNNICK (also see Marvin - above)
Mercy Ann (ANGLEMEYER) DUNNUCK, (divorced), (See Orrin DUNNUCK) - 2nd wife of
  (Mrs.)  Thomas Adrian HARTLEY - They wed in 1914, Thomas b. 1882
  Mercy 1886-1977
  b 27 June 1894 issued Indiana
  d. February 1976 last benefit Bloomington, McLean County, IL
Merle Marvin DUNNUCK male (See following) same ? twice married ?
  s/o Raymond and Goldie M. (ADAMS) DUNNUCK
  b. 19 September 1919 in Nappanee, Elkhart Co., IN.
  obituary says formerly of Nappanee, IN,
Manager/then owner of Logan Monument and Fuel Co. -- also a stone cutter.
  d. 5 May 1997 Valley View Health Care Center Elkhart, Elkhart Co. IN. Burial in Violette Cemetery in Goshen, Elkhart Co., IN.
  U.S. Army veteran in WWII
  Member of Plymouth United Church of Christ, Vet. of Foreign Wars, American Legion and the Elks Lodge. He served on the Board of Directors for the Goshen Boys Club and Maplecrest Country Club, as president of the Goshen Park Board and secretary of the Goshen Planning Committee. He also served on the Elkhart County Planning Committee and a Boy Scout troop leader in Nappanee. (IN)
 same + "Katherine (LOGAN)" marriage Nappanee Advanced News, published 12/5/1940, page 1, col. 3.
 same + Mary Kay "Kay" (LOGAN) December 1, 1940 d/o Ralph and Nina LOGAN working Logan Monument Co. 1014 Reynolds, Goshen, IN. (bookkepper)
  b. 20 October 1920 in Goshen, IN
  d. 13 December 1999, of Elkhart (formerly of Goshen) Goshen General Hospital
buried: Violett Cemetery
Source: obituary published Elkhart Truth (IN) Dec. 15, 1999
  Four Children (Melvin d. 1997, two more sons and one daughter)
  formerly of Nappanee & Goshen, IN
  Mary was co-owner of Logan monument & Fuel Co. in Goshen - retired in 1994
  dau: Mrs. Lynda (DUNNUCK) MADIGAN. - she has two children
  Survived by sister Mrs.J. H, and two brothers. J.D. and F.D.
  Mary survived by sister J.R. and brother D.E. L.
  Source: WPA Birth: Nappanee, IN Index, CH-2, page 35
Source: Marriage, Nappanee Advance News, published 12/5/1940, page 1, column 3
Source: obit South Bend Tribune, published May 6, 1997 - Merl
Source: obit The Elkhart Truth, published May 6, 1997, page A6, col. 5 - Merl
Source: obit South Bend Tribune, published Dec. 14, 1999-Mary Kay
Source: obit Warsaw Time Union (IN), published May 5, 1997 - Merl
Source: Rick Bowerman@bigfoot.com
Merle G. DUNNUCK (f) (Mrs. Lyman A.DUNNUCK)
  Nurse - living in Peru, IN in 1950
  s/o William Jasper and Ella (CHIPMAN) DUNNUCK
Meta (DONNAN) DUNNUCK (see brothers Earl and Abraham "Abe" DUNNUCK)
  w/o Earl DUNNUCK
w/o Abraham DUNNUCK
Be sure to see Abraham and Earl - lots more on Meta/Metta
  d. 8 July 1961, age 87 (of Chicago - formerly of Chestnut, IL)
  1910 census for 1st Ward, Lincoln, Logan County, IL Metta Braka, age 21, born IL. She is a widow with two children, Alberta age 6 and Wilmeta age 4.
In a later census she indicates she was first wed at age 16.
  She marries Earl DUNNUCK before 1920. Earl weds Minnie between 1924-1926. Abe's wife Margaret d. ca 1925 and in the 1930 census Meta is listed as Abraham's wife.
  In her obituary she is survived by 2 daughters Mrs. Alberta Lancaster of Chicago and Mrs. Howard Bushell of Lincoln. (a Brother Ralph C. DONNAN- of Chestnut, IL)
  Burial in Leanna Cemetery (a search of the Leanna Cemetery index for Logan County, IL does not list a Meta Dunnuck, but it has a Meta Braka. Braka is the maiden names of her daughters. The dates for Meta Braka are 1887-1961.)
  Source: Illinois State Journal (Springfield) published 10 July 1961, page 18 Spelled "Mrs. Meta Dunninck"
  January 9, 1961 Chicago Tribune: obituary of Frances (Mrs. Robert Howard,) age 34. Her grandmother "Meta DUNNUCK" is listed as a survivor. Her mother is Mrs. George Lange. Robert Howard is a Sgt. with the Englewood (IL) police station. Frances leaves her husband Robert and a son Robert Jr.
Michael James DUNNICK
  s/o Charles "Bill" Alfred DUNNICK and wife Hazel May (Connelly) DUNNUCK
  b. 10 July 1944 in Seattle, King County, WA., USA
  d. 26 January 1998 at Ellensburg, WA Kittitas, Kittitas County, Washington, USA
  Social Security card issued in the state of Washington
  + Shirley Ann COCKRUM 3 December 1965
  b. 19 March 1946 in Arkansas
  d. 26 January 1998 at Ellensburg, WA
  They are both buried at the IOOF Cemetery, in Ellensburg, Kittitas Co. Washington (Plot K-33 - 1 & 2) Mother, Hazel May DUNNICK is also buried in this cemetery.)
  Source: SSDI and <<onegreatfamily.com>>
  to U.S. in 1905 from Bremen, Germany on board the Breslau at Baltimore, MD.
  s/o John and Maria (Scziranka) DUNICK (John b. "Slovakia" 1862-1916) (Maria 1865-1920)
John & Maria's children were John Anton b.1889, Michael Joseph b. 1891, Paul A. b. 1892, Anna b. 1894, Mary Helen b. 1896, and Helen b. 1909.
  1942 WWII Draft card. b. 8 July 1891 in Ashtubala, Ohio - Paul Dunnick of Ashtubala, OH would know where to reach him
  + Anna CHISMAR (1896-1971)
  of Lancaster, PA
  + Darleen K.
    b. 20 Nov. 1954 to Glen S. and Doris M. (BAILEY) KOHR (of York, PA).
  d. 16 January 2011 in Lancaster PA
  3 children: 1 son with 3 children & 2 daughters, (one of her daughters has a son.)
Michael Raymond DUNNUCK
  s/o D. & wife DUNNUCK
  b. 9 April 1960
  d. 10 May 1991, Sgt USAF in Hillsborough, FL
buried: Bay Pines National Cemetery in Pinellac County, FL - death certif. 52838
  Online, National Cemetery listing
Michael Travis DUNNUCK
  s/o Roy and Betty (Campbell) DUNNUCK
  b. 30 May 1952 Contra Costa County, CA
Source: California Birth Records, Health Service office of Health info and vital Statistics. Social Security card application
  b. 30 May 1951 Richmond, Centra Costa Co. California. Source SSDI
  d. 15 January 1997 Source SSDI
  b. about 1879 (Aust)
  m. Anna

b. ca. 1880 (Aust.)

  Children: Peter age 5, John age 4, Frank age 3, Susan age 1 (per 1910 Allegheny, Pettsburg, PA Census)
  b. about 1877 in Italy (age 43 in 1920)
  source: 1920 census for South Cass township, Schuylkill County, PA Roll T625 1649, ED 16, image 444 (this is also the same for Nicholas whose age was listed as 39)
  also see Danino, Nicholas, Losepona and Priols, all also b. in Italy.
  d/o Mancel H. and Amy Estelle (BLACK) DUNNUCK
  b. 14 September 1903, Kosciusko Co. IN per WPA birth index - Indiana
  d. 10 October 1956, age 53, at Mentone, Kosciusko County, IN
  m. Mr. Milo FAWLEY
  b. 23 January 1898.
  d. September 1968, last residence Mentone - SSDI
  Children: Jack (1927-2001 -Jack had 3 children) & William "Howard" (living in 3/2001)
  Mildred's brother Walter m. Katie FAWLEY
  1920 Census for Prairie township, Kosciusko Co., IN has Mancel, age 48 -Roll: T625, Roll 439 Page: 1B ED: 92 Image: 759 (another source has part 2, page 95B)
Mancel is a farmer and living with Mancel and Amy are Walter age 21, and Mildred age 16. Walter is helping on the farm.
  Sources: Mancil H.'s Obituary in the Northern Indiana Co Op News on 28 September 1949 ///
Obituary of Jack Fawley, Rochester (IN) Sentinel // S & Minnie DUNNUCK // Juna (DUNNUCK) BLACKFOOT - dau of Walter /// Steve HARTMAN
Mildred C (REHN) wife of Mr. DUNNICK.
  b. 27 January 1916
  d. January 1995
  d/o Gerhart & Clara (KAMPRATH) REHN
  +Mr. DUNNICK in 1942 - he died in 1953
  She then married Walter Randall in 1960
  of St. Joseph, MI (Mendon or Sturgis)
  Source: SSDI // on-Line <http:/www-tripod.com/schalm/rogergeo/surnames.htm>
  w/o - Harley A. DUNNUCK - (See Harley A. DUNNUCK)
  b. 19 March 1898
  d. December 1984
  Later years in Mishawaka, St. Joseph Co. IN. Also lived in IL
  see Leopold "Miles" DUNNUCK
Millard Austin DUNNICK
  s/o Millard & Edith DUNNICK (below)
  b. 17 July 1907, Woodruff, South Carolina
  d. 16 December 1984 of Woodruff, South Carolina (d. age 77)
  m. Donna Elizabeth GIFFORD

b. 29 August 1907


d. 6 June 2000 Woodruff, Spartanburg Co., S.C.

  1930 census for Columbus township, Franklin Co. OH. Have Millard A age 22 b. OH and wife Donna E. age 22, and two children Millard C age 2 - b. 1927, and J.D. age 1.
  1939 Donna working for National Glove Company and Millard as a draftsman, Columbus, Ohio
  Source: Obit. in the Spartanburg (SC) Herald & Herald Journal Dec. 16, 1984, sec. C page 8 // ssdi
  at least one son and one daughter
Millard Clifton DUNNICK
  s/o \ C and Hannah M.(WARD) DUNNUCK,
gs/o of Thomas and Ruth DUNNUCK
  b. circa 1883 ---- Obit list his age as 67 which places his birth at 1883 another source has ca 1889 in OH (1883 fits) (age 45 in 1930 census)
b. 5 March 1883 per WWI Draft Registration Card at Ancestry.com // Ohio death certificate
  d... 9 January 1950, obituary published The Columbus Dispatch, page 4a (death certificate has d. 18 Jan. 1950)
He lived at 423 Stoddard Ave., age 67 - long illness.
buried St. Joseph Cemetery (assumed, near Columbus.)
  1939 Millard C., his son Paul R. and brother Robert W. all listed in Columbus, OH doing Upholstery work.
  1942 WWII draft registration card - Millard Clifton DUNNICK lists his birth as March 5, 1883 in Pickaway Co. Ohio. Self employed upholstering next of kin Edith F.
same on WWI draft registration card
  m. Edith F. m. ca 1905 b.22 November 1887 in Columbus, OH (age 43 in 1930 census) Daughter of Michael O'TOOLE and his wife Alice (nee PHALEN)
  Edith d. 2 March 1948 Worthington Village, Franklin, Ohio
  Children: Millard A. b. 1907 (or Meilliard A.) - at home in 1950
Margaret J. (Mrs. Kenneth CONNELLY , born about 1908, of Cincinnati in 1950-
both children born in OH
  1910 Columbus, OH. Millard is 21, and Edith 22, children were Millard 2, and Margaret 1
  1920 census for Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio has Willard C. age 36 (b. ca 1884 OH/NY/OH)- switchman for the Rail Road. and wife Edith, age 31, Willard A. age 12, Margarette age 10, Charles A. age 3, and Paul age 10/12
  1930 census: lists Millard C. as age 45 and he is working as an upholsterer. His wife is Edith F. who is 43, and children; Margaret J, age 21 (single), and Paul R. age 12. They lived in the city of Columbus in Franklin County, OH. Millard A. is listed as Married at age 18 but living with parents.
  Millard's sibling living in 1950 were Mrs. W. Bennet, Mrs. Diefenbach, and brother, Robert W. Dunnick. Millard C. had 6 grandchildren,
  1910 & 1930 census Columbus Co., Franklin Co., OH // obit of Millard.
Milton Chesterfield DUNNICK
  s/o Thomas J. and Ruth (BOWMAN) DUNNUCK
  b.October 1855 per the 1900 census for Columbus OH In the 1880 Census he was a Carpenter
b. ca 1855 -- age 54 in 1910 census
  d. March 8, 1932 Genoa Twp, Delaware Co. OH. ---
March 10, 1932 "Funeral services were held Thursday afternoon in Columbus (OH) for Milton C. DUNNICK, 76, brother-in-law to Mrs. John Pickel, East Main Street. He succumed Tuesday at his home near Galena." Published in the Circleville Herald, Thursday March 10, 1932.
  + Hannah M. WARD (wed 22 years in the 1900 census, 23 yrs. in 1910) + 1878
  b. ca 1859 --age 20 in the 1880 census
b. Jan 1860 -- age 40 in 1900 census
b. ca 1860 -- age 50 in 1910 census
  d. December 24, 1932, age 73
Get Obituary for Mrs. Hannah M. DUNNICK publ in the "Columbus Dispatch" December 26, 1932 Page: 2 A
  obituary for Mrs. Dunnick published in the Circleville Herald, December 28, 1932
"Funeral Services for Mrs. Hannah Dunnick, age 73 who died in Columbus last Saturday were held Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Dunnuck was the sister-in-law to Mrs. John Pickel"
  1885 Census for Pleasant Twp., Butler Co., KS All born in OH
M.C. age 30., H.M. age 25. Children: R. J. (female) age 6, Orin E. age 5, Clara B. age 3, and Millard C. age 2.
  1910 census: Milton C. and Hannah M. both age 54, wed 32 years. Milton house painter, Hannah Forelady ----?-- factory. Living with them are daughter Blanche C. (age 27) and her husband Martin J. (age 32) Martin is a Motor --?--, at a pharmacy. They have been wed 7 years and have one child, Doris D.
T624 Roll:1183 Part: 2 , Page: 277A Columbus, 12th ward, Clinton township. district 7, Franklin County, OH. "DUMNICK"
Children: According to the 1900 census Hannah bore 7 children, and in 1900 & 1910 4 were living.
Ruth J. or "Rutha" age 1 in 1880 census
Orrin age 5 months in the 1880 census, both born in OH
Milton and Hannah M DUNNUCK -1900 census
Clara B. born August 1881 in OH (living 1900 Franklin Co., OH)
Millard C. or Willard C. (above on this page) born 5 March 1883 in OH (living 1900 Franklin Co. OH)
Robert Wm born 1889 in Kansas. (living 1900) (living 1950)
An unsupported source lists children as Robert, Millard, Blanche, and (Grace?)
There is a Millard C. above on this page, but born 1889 ??
  Millard C's obit in 1950 lists two surviving sisters, Mrs. W. Bennet and Mrs. Diefenbach.
Obit for Millard C publ. in "Columbus Dispatch" January 18, 1950 Page: 4 A
  Sources:1880 Census, Napoleon township, Henry Co., OH, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, film 1255032, NA film T9-1032, page 99C// Son of -- by: R & K STEWARD.// 1900 census for 5 ward, Columbus, Franklin Co., Ohio, Series T623, film 1268, Book 1, page 40
Milton Chesterfield DUNNUCK (see above)
get. Obituary Publication: Columbus Dispatch (Ohio) Date: Wednesday, March 9, 1932 Page: 2 A
Milton Carl DUNNICK (Dr.)
  s/o Charles M. & Elizabeth Ann (Lieb) DUNNICK
Charles M. Dunnick was a native of Fawn Township, York County, Pa., and his wife was also born there. She was the daughter of John Henry Leib, son of Joseph Leib, a prominent pioneer of York County, whose father emigrated to this country from Germany. Charles M. Dunnick died in May 1916, and his wife died in 1913. They are buried in Zion Cemetery, York County, which cemetery was donated by the Leib family. Mr. Dunnick was a carpenter by trade, but during the greater part of his life engaged in general farming and stock raising in York County, having purchased the old Leib homestead of 200 acres.
  b. 15 Nov. 1878 York County, near Stewartstown, Pa.,
  1880 Census Hopewell, York Co., PA // 1910 Census for York County, PA. Series T624, roll 1434, Book 2, page 24a
  d. 1950 of New Freedom Cemetery, New Freedom, York, Pennsylvania
  Single living in Shrewbury township., York Co. PA 1910. He and parents all born in PA
  + Helen Miller Hoshall in 1916. She was b. March 1888 Baltimore MD.daughter of Melchor and Elizabeth E. (Miller) Hoshall, natives of Maryland, Mr. Hoshall served as judge of the Orphans Court in Baltimore County for three terms. He and his wife are buried at Middletown, Md.
  two daughters
Helen Ruth "Ruth" (Mrs.Frank) HAGEN b. 1922 d. 1969 - they has son & daughter
Elizabeth Eleanor (Mrs James) MARIAN - son & daughter She wed #2 . Morris Richards
   Source: By John E. Gable History of Cambria County, Volume 2 page 971
Historical Publ Co., Topeka KS, & Indianapolis, IN 1926
  Records of the Spangler family (through neice Wilma lists Dr. Milton Dunnick as born in 1878, and his wife as Helen Golwalt.// WWI Draft Registration Card at Ancestry.com.
  father of Charles Merrill DUNNUCK
  Charles b. 25 May 1894, died January 20, 1896, buried Green Lawn Cemetery in Columbus, Ohio
   per cemetery records. - not the 2 different spellings.
Milton Harvey DUNNUCK (see Omer DUNNUCK) of IN (Milton assumed the DUNNUCK name.- his step-fathers)
  b. 30 May 1914 when mother m. #2, she wed Omer (+ 1918)
  d. 22 February 1960
  +Eva EVERETT 24 August 1935
  Milton was born to Nellie (Nellie b. 1885) and #1, Leroy HOLLAND, or #2 Mr. WIEGLEMAN. Nellie's third husband was Omer DUNNUCK. Milton assumed the DUNNUCK name.
  Milton & Eva had two sons, (living) R.W.D b. 1936. & D.H.D b. 1938
  Sources: son D.H.D., marriage records and Denise Williams
  Wife of Benjamin T.(see Benjamin Tallman DUNNICK)
  (1819-1910) daughter of William & Permillia A. (PETERS) ASHBROOK
  Living in 1910 in home of her son-in-law, Edwin NEWTON, wife Ivy DUNNICK


d/o Henton Monroe & #2 Mary E. (HAMMEL) DUNNICK of OH
b.21 December 1891 in Pickaway County, OH, living in 1940 in Lancaster, OH (Tombstone has d. Dec. 21, 1891)
b. Parents wed 1889
d. 8 November 1946 at Lancaster, Fairfield, Ohio (Tombstone has d. Nov. 8, 1946) Forest Rose Cemetery, Lancaster, Fairfield Co., OH)
  m. Ralph E. CROOK
  Children: none
  Tombstone for Ralph E., in Forest Rose Cemetery Lancaster, Fairfield Co. OH has his dates as 24 May 1890 - August 21, 1970
  Source: clipping of obituary of Henton M. published, Columbus Dispatch (OH) 7/27/1940, page 2A
  Source: 1910 Pickaway Co., OH under Monroe DUNNICK
  Source: Historical Account of the PETERS Family, June L.(SHAULL) LUTZ, 1986, contributed by Roland and Karla STEWARD / Ohio death certificate
  b. 1881 - d. 25 December 1938 - long illness.
  buried Kohlerlawn Cemetery, Nampa, Canyon Co. ID
   Cemetery records / Idaho Death index, death certificate # 112098
   There are two stillborn babies b. in Blackfoot Co., IN "DUNNICK"
   + Arthur DUNNUCK (survives wife)
   Minna's death notice published in the Caldwell News Tribune on December 27, 1938 - Idaho
Minnie (BLEICH) DUNNUCK (See Earl - wife of)
  b. 1891- IL/Germany/I
   d. April 1968 buried Mount Emblem Cem in DuPage Co. IL.
  No issue
  Minnie's siblings Emma, Willliam, Edward H., Lillian, Elsie, Fred, August & Augusta.
Minnie Louella DUNNUCK
  d/o George Faith and Eunice M. (TIMMONS) Crowell DUNNUCK
  b. 28 February 1872 Spence, Washington County, KS - Minnie is listed as 25 on her marriage license which is consistent.
  d. 1932, buried Mount Muncie Cemetery. Leavenworth, KS
  Source: Birth date: from Shirley Gossick, taken from records compiled by her sister Bonnie.
Source: Birth location, and death information from Patricia & Larry Sparks.
  + Lewis KEMPER 20 April 1897 Washington County, KS, both of Hanover.
Copy of Marriage license from Larry and Patricia SPARKS

1900 census was living in Franklin township, Washington County Kansas. Levy and his parents were born in Germany. As of the 1900 census they had no children.
1910 census Lew & Minnie age 43 & 37, wed 13 years farmer - no children
1920 Franklin township, Washington Co. KS. Luis & Minnie age 52 & 47 - no children
I didn't find Lewis or Minnie in 1930
  b. ca 1867 - Lewis is listed as age 30 on Marriage license.
  + Mr. GARVEY (per Larry & Patricia SPARKS)
Minnie (KEMPER) DUNNUCK --(see Egbert- son of George F.)
   Wife of : Egbert A. DUNNUCK
Minnie S. (CHILCOTE) Sieger (widow), DUNNICK ( see) Whipple Ray DUNNICK)
  Wife of Whipple Ray DUNNICK
  daughter of Alfred B.and Minnie (Mueller) CHILCOTE
  wife of W. R. Dunnick. No children listed in obituary published: "The Columbus (OH) Dispatch", May 27, 1950
  b. Sept 1, 1882 Per cemetery records in Ohio
  d. May 26, 1950 Buried Green Lawn Cemetery, Columbus OH. Per cemetery records
get Obit for Minnie S. "Columbus Dispatch" publ May 27, 1950 Page: 2 A // Ohio Death certificate
   b. about 1872 (age 48 in the 1920 census)
  Source: census for Corning Township, Steuben Co., New York
  See Clyde Mantle DUNNUCK
  Minnie  b. about 1870? (age 40 in 1910, 1912.1913) b. NY
  Living in San Francisco City, CA in 1912,1913, 1914, 1920 - housewife. at home dressmaker
  With her is Miss Minerva DUNNUCK an Actress - 1920. (might this be Florence M.?)
  1910 census has a daughter age 15, Florence M.
  Source Voters registration for San Francisco Co. CA. 1912, 1913, 1914, 1920.
Miriam - see Mariam DUNNUCK
Missouri Ashbrook DUNNUCK
  d/o Benjamin T. and Minerva (nee: ASHBROOK) DUNNUCK
  b. about 1843 (1850 census- age 7) circa 1844 (1880 census, age 36- OH)(1910 census, age 66) & (1920 census, age 76 census)
  d. 12 September 1920 in Franklin County, OHIO. OH Death certif. Volume #3383, Certificate #58432
  m. Charles Eden WINNER 20 March 1864 VA (works on farm)
Son of Joshua (1806-1866) and Mary Ann (HUMMEL) (1806-1848) WINNER

b.The Peter's source has b. 1834, the Regenos source has 21 Aug. 1839
1880 census has age 40 - i.e. b. ca 1840


d. 12 October 1886

  Son William Tecumseh Sherman WINNER (1866-1899) dates from Regenos
1880 census lists age as 14 OH - i.e. born 1866
  dau. Nora Louella (b. 13 July 1870) (1880 census lists age as 10- b. OH)
(Mrs. Joshua C. HOWARD)
(Joshua C. age 53, b. OH living in Franklin Co., Columbus township in 1920 census) Nora had two daughters:
Hilda Hazel HOWARD b. 16 June 1896 in Columbus, OH, (Mrs. Byron L. NEWHOUSE)
Helen Winner HOWARD b.26 July 1897 in Columbus, OH (Mrs. Glen H. KRAFT)
  other relatives not named DUNNUCK lived in Fairfield IL (OH)
  1900 census for Ward 14, Columbus, Franklin County, Ohio page 43A lists Missouri Winner, born November 1844, age 55 as a widow and a dressmaker. She is residing in the home of her daughter and her family. Nora and Joshua HOWARD. This source list Nora as age 29, born July 1870, and Joshua Howard as 34, born August 1865 - they are married 9 years and had two children, both living. Hilda H. born June 1895-age 4, and Helen N, born July 1897, age 2.
  1910 census Missouri is living with her sister Amanda Reber. Missouri A. Winner is a 66 year old widow. They had two children, one living. Amanda is also a widow, age 60. She had five children, three living. They reside on Ringgold Road, Walnut township., Pickaway County, Ohio. Series T624, Roll 1223, book 2, page 321b.
  Source: 1850 and 1910 Census Pickaway Co. OH. 1920 census for Franklin Co., Columbus Co. OH for Missouri// 1880 Census East Ringgold, Pickaway Co. OH., page 439 D //Historical Account of the Peters family by Lutz, published 1986, page 137 & 138. // also Ken Regenos, Sept. 23, 1999, for similar data on husband, and children. Also death of Missouri but (see note) Ken: http//home.pacbell.net/Ken.r.
   Note: In 1920 she is listed as age 76 living in Columbus Township, Franklin County. (Regenos had her dying in 1899. I don't believe this to be correct.) Missouri appears to be living in the home of Joshua C. Howard, husband of daughter Nora. See 1920 census roll T625-1383, page 4B, ED 258, Image 708.
"Molly" DUNN*CK see Mary Elizabeth DUNN*CK
Monia Catherine DUNNUCK (or Mona C.)
  d/o Charles & Dora Bell (MILLER) DUNNUCK
  b. 20 September 1895, Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN
  d. 18 April 1950, Harrison Township, Kosciusko Co., IN. buried: Pleasant View Cemetery, Warsaw, IN.

LINN, Mona Catherine 18 April 1950, obit Warsaw Times Union
  m. 14 September 1915 to John LINN, Marriage Index W, page 139
son of John and Irene (HEMINGER) LINN

b. 16 June 1893


d. October 1977 Nappanee, Elkhart County IN

  Children: (known) Earl Dovoe b. 25 June 1916, // and Chleo (f) born 7 October 1917, both born Kosciusko Co. IN. WPA birth index, Kosciusko Co., IN. Others?
  The Linn family came to Kosciusko County, IN in 1849. The father of John, Dimmic LINN d. in 1851 in Harrison township, Kosciusko Co., IN.
  If you have earlier information on John LINN perhaps you can connect him with one of the two LINN biographicals in the book, Biographical & Historical Record of Kosciusko Co., IN published by Lewis Publishing Company of Chicago in 1887. One John Linn b. 1817 m. a Christina Dilsaver and named a son Dimmick see John, (page 314-315) Christina was the sister of Mary Dilsaver who wed Elisha DUNNICK Spelled Dimmic LINN - page 296.
  Sources: Kosciusko Co. IN Marriage index W, page 139 // D. Sheldon Copeland descendency charts / Steve Hartman records ///SSDI
  See Henton Monroe DUNNICK
  age 52 in the 1920 Census for Newark township, Essex County, NJ.
Morris E. DUNNUCK (see Maurice E. DUNNUCK b. ca 1906 - above)
   Listed as Morris E in 1930 census-Kosciusko Co., IN.
  age 24 in 1920 (b. about 1896)
  Source: 1920 census for Upper Saucon township, Lehigh County, PA. Roll T625 1590, page 8B, ED 241, image 758
Muriel (BERKHART) DUNNUCK Haddock (See George L. DUNNUCK)
  w/o George L. DUNNUCK
  Bill G. HADDOCK b. September 10, 1928 in Charlotte AR., son of Clifton C. and Wreatha (KING) HADDOCK. He lived for 30 years in Kansas City, MO. He married Muriel Dunnuck in 1958. After Muriel's death in 1979 he wed Angie Hyatt in 1980. Bill died following an auto accident January 22, 2005. It does not appear that he and Muriel had any children.

Bill Haddock seems quite young - George was born about 1906 Wonder if Muriel wed an older man first time???
  George L. d. about 1959. I believe he and Muriel had a daughter Nancy ??

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