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  d/o John and Catharine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK
  Descendancy chart for Rachel and John AYERS
  Biographies of this family
  btz June 24, 1793 at St. James Protestant Episcopal Parish, Baltimore, MD
  d. 10 April 1873 and is buried in Pilotsburg Cemetery, Washington County, IA, cemetery records Age at death 80
  + John Ayers
  b. ca 1790 -1792 in MD
  d. 26 Jan 1875 and is buried in Pilotsburg Cemetery Washington County IA., cemetery records.d. 26 Jan 1875 and is buried in Pilotsburg Cemetery Washington County IA., cemetery records. d. - age 83
  From MD to OH in 1831 - lived in Pickaway Co, OH
  From OH to IA in 1851 - lived in Washington Co. IA
  1860 census Lime Creek Twp. Washington County Iowa. John Ayers age 69 and Rachel age 67 Both born MD
  1870 census for Lime Creek twp., Washington County, Iowa has John Ayers, Farmer b. MD age 80, wife Rachel age 78 b. MD, and Ruth Gordon age 92 b. MD. Rachel and Ruth list parents as foreign born.
  Parents of seven Children: Elizabeth,// John T.,// James J.b.Feb.8, 1824 // Rachel A, b.1827 // Benjamin, // Ruth, b Mar. 16, 1831 //and Darcus S.
  Daughter: Ruth : St. John Protestant Episcopal Parish of Baltimore County MD. lists a Ruth Ellen Ayers as Christened on 5 Nov. 1831, parents John and Rachel Ayers.
  Of interest is Reuben Rickey was born in 1831 in New Holland, Pickaway Co. OH. This is very near where our Dunnicks were living at the time. John (b. 1816) W.'s wife Henrietta was from New Holland. Reuben wed Ruth E. Ayers.
  Of interest John (b. 1814) D.. Dunnuck's daughter, Sarah E., born 1843, wed Americus Driskell. Americus' mother was on Emily Ayers. Emily S. Ayers was born in Union County, IN which is south on the OH, IN boarder.
Rawlins/Rollin DUNNUCK (See Samuel R.)
Raymond I. DUNNUCK
  s/o Charles E. and Dora B. (MILLER) DUNNUCK
  b. July 26, 1901 in Mentone, IN
  d. June 8, 1975, Nappanee, Elkhart Co., IN, Stoney Point Cemetery.
  Lived in Nappanee most of life. Cabinet Maker for Coppes (sp?) Cabinet Co
  m. Goldie M. ADAMS June 23, 1919
  b. Feb. 14, 1901 at Atwood, IN d/o William and Ida (BOWERMAN) ADAMS
  Goldie's siblings were Roy L., Leo, Victor, and Fern (Mrs. Goshert)
  d. Apr. 1982 Bur: Stoney Point Cem.
  First Brethern Church, Nappanee
  Children: F.D (male), M.D. (male), J.D. (male), and J.D.(female, married to Mr. H.) Might be living
  9 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren in 1975
  9 grandchildren and 10 great grandchildren in 1982
  Sources: Obit for Goldie - 1982
  Source: Elkhart Co. IN genealogy website
  Source: SSDI
  Source: 1997 Letter from T. W. Dunnuck grandson -- donated by N. Gene Dunnuck
  Source: Ancestry.com by Rick Bowerman@bigfoot.com
  Source: Correspondance with Steve Hartman
  Source: Obit for Raymond, see the Nappanee Advance News, publ June 12, 1975, page 8, column 4. I have not sent for this.
   infant son of Marion and Christina (Hatfield) DUNNUCK
  b. 1886
d. at about age 2, on April 19, 1888, Palestine, Harrison Township, Kosciusko Co. IN
   d. April 19, 1888, Kosciusko Co. IN. d. age 4 Ancestry.com
Raymond G. DUNNICK
  b. 23 January 1938
  Lived Columbus, OH
  d. 16 October 2003, Lakeland, Polk Co. FL
Raymond Gene DUNNICK
  + June Eileen Dearth, dau of Grover and Florence (Merchant) DEARTH (he was the second of her 3 husbands. Together she had one son.
  b. 26 May 1918 Columbus, Franklin Co., OH
  d. 22 April 1992 Delaware Co. OH June E. (Dearth) DELAUDER, DUNNICK, MARTIN
  Source June 1920 census for Franklin Co. OH // Ohio deaths 1992
Rebecca (BELL) DUNNUCK (Mrs Samuel) See Samuel - 1st wife - also see index of biographies.
Rebecca DUNNICK // UCK
  d/o Elisha G. and Mary (DILSAVER) DUNNUCK
  b. Mar. 1842, Indiana
Get: obit for Rebecca Jane Grube -- Warsaw Nov. 15, 1919 (in Wayne twp. Kosciukso Co., IN)
  m. David GOSHERT (or GUSHARD) 24 Jul 1861, Warsaw, Kosciusko Co. IN They divorced.

David was the son of Henry and wife Dekel (KNEPPER) GOSHARD (David b. 8 Jan. 1838 Franklin Co. PA, d 28 Oct. 1927 Warsaw, IN - ). (I have also seen mother's name spelled Deakley Knepper) David was one of 10 children: His siblings were: Jemima (wed to Dimmic LINN in 1850 Kosciusko Co., IN), Elizabeth, George, David, Henry A.( b. 1847 in PA), Ellen, John, William, Harvey and Jeremiah( b. 1850 Kosciusko Co., IN & wed Martha Huffer in 1879)..

David died 28 Oct. 1927 (county Farm records 3:1-7) (also see 2:159-160)
  Children: 1870 census for Kosciusko Co. IN. lists Rebecca as living with her parents - her surname being Dunnuck - and two children Elisha GOSHERT age 4 and Sarah GOSHERT age 8 (born about 1862 & 1866)

Sarah Jane "Jennie" GOSHERT was born on 8 Oct 1861 in Kosciusko Co., Indiana. She died on 19 Apr 1941 in Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., Indiana. She was buried in Pleasant View Cemetery, Prairie Twp., Kosciusko Co., Indiana.

Sarah lived with her grandparents, the Elisha Dunnuck family. Later she lived with her mother and step-father. Sarah fell in love with Chester Phillips but their parents were against a marriage so he married another woman, Lena Cook. When Lena became ill with cancer, Jennie stayed in the Phillips home to nurse her. When she died, Jennie remained as Chester's housekeeper.
 I need to get obit. m. Isreal GRUBE 19 Nov. 1874 (b. 1 Dec. 1836 - s/o Daniel & Leah S. (LANDIS) GRUBE ) (Location of birth - conflicting info - Marion Twp, Allen Co. IN and Richland, OH) Marriage index has GRUB His obit - Jan 21, 1921 see obit Page 4 -- Pierceton, Kosciusko Co, IN.. Pierceton Record from 1921-1948
  Source: Kosciusko Co., IN #1 Marriage Index Book B, Page 397 & Book E page 274 /// Will of Elisha Dunnuck /// LDS on line index /// D. Sheldon Copeland of family page. ///1870 census Kosciusko Co., Harrison twp., IN (near Atwood).
  d/o Thomas and Eleanor (GORSUCH) DUNNICK
  16 Sept 1811 --1824
  Wife of Jason DUNNICK
  b. ca 1813 in OH
  d/o Jason and Rebecca DUNNICK (both b. OH)
   b. ca 1845 in IL
  Living at home with parents in 1860 census for Stephenson Co., IL
"Rena" DUNNUCK Same person as Mary Irena "Rena" tombstone has Irena M.
  d/o Henry Bell and Phebe (EVANS) DUNNUCK
  b. April 29, 1859 (Kosciusko County Cemetery records - Volume V, page 73)
  "she was about 48 years of age" per obituary
  d. June 15, 1907 at home near Palestine, IN - after several months illness. Buried Palestine Cemetery, Section 3, row 9
  m. Harmon HARTMAN January 4, 1880 (tombstone has J. H. Hartman) Shortly after their marriage Harman and Irena are living in Seward township, Kosciusko Co., IN.
  b. July 26, 1855. Appears to be the son of Joseph and Catherine Hartman. Joseph is born about 1829 in either OH or PA, and Catherine is born ca. 1832 in OH.
  d. April 26, 1932
  Tombstone is listed Father and Mother which would indicate they had children.
  Source: Rena's Obit publ. June 20, 1907 Tri County Gazette, Mentone, IN// Her Obit Warsaw paper.//Kosciusko County Cemetery records - Volume V, page 73
Richard "Dick" Noble DUNNUCK (2 Lieut.)
  s/o Harley A. and Mildred (TURNER) DUNNUCK
b. Dec. 4, 1923
bur: Rock Island Natl's Cem, Rock Island, IL Sec. C, grave 1252 (Moline, Rock Island County, IL) Richard was based at Key Field, Miss
  d. 05/29/1944,.... 2ND LT AIR CORPS, Plot: C 1252, bur. 07/08/1944, (military records)
  2nd LT US Army Air Forces d. 5/31/1944 (military records - 2 days later??)
  Listed as : Cook Co, IL., WW2 Missing & Dead, ARMY AND AIR FORCE PERSONNEL
  "Dad's brother Harley A. had only one child, RICHARD NOBLE DUNNUCK". "Richard died in training (1944-WWII) with the Army Air Force, Key Field, Meridian County, Mississippi." (training P-38 Army Air Force). (Quotes from Richard's 1st cousin N.G.Dunnuck).

"On this very special day, let us remember, give thanks, for many that have given their all for us, our freedom in America. In memory of Richard Noble Dunnuck, a fine young man and his parents Harley and Mildred, .........I remember well those days of grief for the Chester R. branch of the Dunnuck family" by N.G. Dunnuck, Memorial day, 2003.
  age 20, army fighter plane pilot // High School football and track star//
  Richard's cousin N. "Gene" Dunnuck states that Richard was seven years older and after school worked at the Dunnuck grocery store on Miami Street in South Bend with his grandfather Chester DUNNUCK, father and Uncle Noble.
  Source: Obit. South Bend Tribune June 2, 1944, section 2, page 1, formerly of South Bend, IN, formerly of Chicago // -N. Gene Dunnuck (1st cousin to Richard donated another copy of the article but also a photo of very handsome young man.//
  b. 10 Mar 1931
  Issued: IL (Before 1951)
  d. Feb 1982 Last Benefit: Devon, Chester, PA 19333
Richard "Dick" DUNNUCK
  s/o Clair VanZandt DUNNUCK and wife Rubye
  Richard also had a sister, P.D.
  lived 917 Owens Drive, Bloomington, IL.
  deceased before 2001 - had two sons
  Source: S (nee D) Mrs. D.G. niece of Clair (Chad) letter dated Jan 20, 2001
Richard Cross DUNNUCK
  s/o Abraham and Meta (DONNAN) DUNNUCK
  b. October 18, 1908 // baptized Nov. 8, 1908 at St. Thomas the Apostle Church, 5472 South Kimbark Ave. in Chicago, Illinois
  d. Oct. 4, 1993 Buried Greenlawn cemetery, Springfield, Missouri

SSDI has last residence Country Club Hills, Cook Co. IL
  employed in Shipyard on TX gulf coast. (per father's obit - 1942/3)
  1944 living in Orange County Texas (431 Porter Court)
  Lived Blue Eye, Missouri
  + Ruth August Dewitz
  b. Dec. 13, 1913
  d. January 11, 1985, Buried Greenlawn Cemetery, Springfield Missouri
  son: R. M. D. b. TX 1944 - living information withheld
dau: E. (D) Mrs. L b. 1947 - living information withheld
  Source: Texas misc birth index at Rootsweb. // obit of Abe from the records of R.M. Dunnuck.// Records of daughter, Ellen Leader
Richard Howard DUNNUCK, Sr. 1928-2009
  s/o Royce and Blanche (WALTERS) DUNNUCK
  b. 14 December 1928 in South Bend, IN
  d. 15 October 2009 in Niles, Michigan. Buried at Chapel Hills Memorial Gardens in Osceola, IN
  + Betty Jean __withheld__ on 9 November 1947 at St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church in Mishawaka, IN. (celebrated 60 Anniv in 2007)
  They have 3 sons and 2 daughters. as of 2009 Richard had 13 grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren.
  Richard was very active in the Boy Scouts serving as a Scoutmaster for 50 years. He earned the silver eagle. // Retired after 38 yrs from Bendix of South Bend.// Brandywine Citizen of the year. etc.
Richard Lawrence DUNNUCK Jr.
  s/o Richard Lawrence DUNNUCK, Sr.
  b. Jan 21, 1983
  d. June 27, 2000 Sheridan WY (tragic Dirt Bike accident) Buried Sweetwater Co. WY
  Newspaper article June 28, 2000 // ssdi has June 23
  s/o Abraham C. and Dorathea (RENTZEL) DUNNUCK
  Peru Evening Journal, Wednesday, Sept 2, 1903 "Born Mr. and Mrs. A.C. Dunnuck of West 7th Street, last night, a son weighing 9 pounds." (I assume this is Robert - sh) age 26 in 1930 census
  Robert was a bookkeeper at the stockyards.
  b. Sept 1, 1903 IN SSDI
  d. April 19, 1988, of Southbury, New Haven, CT. (per SSDI) // d. April 18
  Cattle Salesman
  1910 census listed as age 6 living with parents in Marion Co. IN
  m. + Ilva DETWEILER m. ca 1898 d/o William and Alice (LANTZ) Detweiler. her parents of Ohio
  b. Sept 19, 1903...age 26 OH/OH/OH) 1930 IN census
  d. June 10, 1988 Southbury, New Haven, CT
  One son: Daryl // Deryl G. //Darrel - age 5 in 1930 census ie. b. ca. 1924
  They lived Newtown, Fairfield, Co. CT.
  Source: Source: SSDI // CT Death records at Ancestry.com // marriage ?// 1930 census// Parents from their nephew, David Dunnuck//1930 census, Indianapolis, Center township, Marion County, IN// their nephew, David Dunnuck
 Robert Evans DUNNICK
  s/o John Evans and Anna Mary Naomi "Naomi" (Horchner) DUNNICK
  b. 13 October 1950 Red Lion, PA
  d. 1 January 2008 at La Centre, WA
  + Pam Williams Dunnick in about 1982/1983
  2 daughters J. D. and K.D.
  Source: Robert Evans DUNNICK - letter December 2006
Source: obituary in the Patriot-News on Jan 20, 2008, and the York Daily Record (PA) Jan 4, 2008.
Source: Susan Kay (DUNNICK) CLOUSER
   Obit Published in the Columbian on 01/07/2008 Clark County, WA
he settled in Syracuse, NY where he met his wife Pam. They were married in 1982 and moved to La Center where they raised their daughters, Jennie and Katie. Bob was a Reserve Lieutenant with the Sheriff's office for 23 years, and active with the volunteer Search and Rescue team. His hobbies included SCUBA diving, Cowboy Action shooting competitions as "Dutchman Bob", hunting, climbing, John Wayne movies and model trains. Within the last year, he became a Master Diver, traveled to Hawaii, and went on a cruise to Jamaica and the Grand Caymans to celebrate their 25th wedding anniversary. His sense of humor, charisma, and passion for living will be missed. Survived By; wife, Pam; daughters Jennifer and Katherine; sister Susan Clouser; and multiple extended family members. A memorial service will be held Monday, January 7, 2008 at 12:30 p.m. at Evergreen Memorial Gardens Funeral Chapel. In lieu of flowers, remembrances may be made in his name to the ACS Relay For Life, West Clark County, Team #39 Capt. Jack; PO Box 371 Vancouver, WA 98660
Published in the Columbian on 01/06/2008
Robert William DUNNUCK (see the following Robert also.)
  b. 17 Sept. 1887 - SSDI issued Ohio
  d. June 1965 - last residence was Florida (Orange Co.)
  1917 WWI Draft Card: Erie County (Girard twp), PA (spelled DUNNUCK) b. 17 Sept 1887
Born in Douglas, Kansas, Farmer, married, name not given - no children indicated - age 29
  1942 WWII Draft Card. b. 17 Sept 1887 in Douglas Kansas - Upholstery - no wife listed.April 1942 Spelled DUNNICK
  Source: SSDI
get Obit... publ "The Columbus Dispatch," publ June 20, 1965, page 46A. Might this be the same Robert?
Robert W. DUNNUCK (also see the Robert directly above) (also see Millard)
  s/o Milton C. and Hannah M.( ) DUNN*CK
  b. Sept 1889 in KS, age 12
  Source: 1900 Columbus twp, Franklin Co. OH (5th Ward)
T623, film 1268, book 1, page 40
  b. 1889 in KS, age 22, Source: 1910 census for Wayne County, Ward 11, Detroit, MI. Both parents born in Ohio
  Robert upholsters furniture - 1910
  Robert Salesman Department Store - 1920
  + Ada E, age 22 in 1910- wed 3 years b. ca 1889
+ Gail H. age 24 in 1920 (Wed about 1916/1917)
  1900 Robert Wm DUNNUCK living with parents Columbus, Franklin County, OH
  1910 census wife Ada E., both 22, he is born in KS & she in Ohio. Child: Edna R.DUNNUCK age 2 in 1910,both 1st marriage 3 years. Upholster - furniture. Detroit, Wayne , Michigan. (Ward 11)
  1920 Edna not listed with either parent.
  1920 census I find a Edna R. DUNNUCK listed as a "boarder" in the home of William M. and Florence B. Becker in Columbus, Ohio. No parents present.
  1920 census has Robert W. DUNNUCK, age 31 & wife Gail H. age 24 living Columbus, Franklin Co. OH, Dist. 275. Robert lists birth as IA/OH/OH. Gail as PA/PA/PA (salesman at Department store)
  1930 Census Robert W. age 41, 1st wed age 27 KS/KS/OH - Upholster
Gail age 36 1st wed age 23 PA/PA/PA - many boarders. - no children Columbus, OH.
  1939 Robert W.DUNNICK is doing Upholstery work brother Millard C DUNNICK and nephew Paul.
Robert "Bob" Adair DUNNUCK
  s/o William Jasper and Ella (CHIPMAN) DUNNUCK
  b. September 27, 1904 in Jamestown, Kansas.
  1930 census Grand Island, Hull Co., NB.
Head of household, Robert A. age 25 "car man" Steam rol.....,KS/IN/KS
wife Jennie age 24,
and three daughters who are all living in 2004.
They were wed when Robert was 19 and Jennie 18.
  1939-1940 Norfolk City, Madison Co, NB. Robert A. and Jennie M. Page 83 of the City directory for Norfolk, NB Robert is the Proprietor of Hayes Coffee Shop. They lived at 409 South 9th.
  d. March 15, 2003, Health Center of Plant City, FL.. Services Heath Funeral Chapel in Lakeland, FL and Graveside services at the Church of the Brethren Cemetery, Libertyville, IA.
  "Mr. Dunnuck moved to Fairfield, Iowa in 1942 where he managed several theaters, was Mayor for several terms, and operated various businesses over the years. He retired to Lakeland in 1981.

"Bob" Dunnuck was a noted checker player, having learned by playing prisoners in the Cloud County, Kansas, jail, where his father was Sheriff. He had won his age class (and many younger age classes) in the Polk County Senior Games for approximately 10 years. He continued to play top-level checkers until just recently. He began playing tennis in 1936, and continued playing until he was 94 at the Lakeland Municipal Tennis Courts where he and his partners generally won the gold medal at the annual Senior Tournament. Because of his interest and dedication to tennis, the annual Robert Dunnuck Tennis Tournament is held in Fairfield, Iowa." Contributed by his daughter "S.D., Mrs. G." March 15, 2003
  30 YEARS AGO "Robert DUNNUCK formerly of Norfolk, NB has taken over management of Our Theater in Howarden." publ in The Independent, Jan. 28, 1971 in Howarden, IA (ie 1941 )
  March 17, 2003. dau. Mrs. G. sent the obit from the Lakeland Ledger, publ March 17th that said much the same history. Additional information included: 12 grandchildren, 24 greatgrandchildren, and 4 great great grandchildren. information about the services and burial
  In a 1957 letter from Bob's half-sister Emma to another of Robert's daughters: "Your daddy name himself Robert -- the folks just named him Adair."....."Your Daddy was generally a pretty good boy."
  + Jennie Mae BOLE June 6, 1924, Jameston, Cloud, KS. Jennie was the DUNNUCK, daughter of William Isaac and Lucy (STONE) BOLE
  . . . . . . b. Feb. 3, 1906 in Washington County, close to Haddam
  . . . . .. .d. June 21, 1997 Lakeland, FL
  children: three daughters BJD, now Mrs. _.G. b. 1926 //. SM(D) -now Mrs. SG.b. 1928 //LAD- now Mrs. G.J.- b.1939
  Sources: daughters Mrs. B.(D) G. and Mrs. S.(D)G
Robert Thomas DUNNUCK
  s/o Everett Elmer DUNNUCK of Kansas City, MO
  Born Nov. 11, 1935 or 1936, according to son
  d. 1973 in Tehran, Iran and is buried in Gettysburg, PA
   divorced from Rosemarie in Pinellas, FL (see Rosemarie - below)
  US Army at Ryukyu Island (Viet nam) Flight surgeon - received award
  Stars and Stripes Newspaper, publ April 1963
Robert Wayne DUNNUCK
  s/o Fred and Golden Marie (JOHNS) DUNNUCK
  b. Oct. 28, 1928 Kosciusko Co., IN (SSDI)
  d. 9 Feb. 1999 , burial at Stony Point Cemetery
  + Avis A. BEACH, daughter of George W. and Delia (Roberts) BEACH
  Surviving are wife, Avis and a son R.D.
  Surviving sisters to Robert are
Barbara (DUNNUCK) SCHORI of Plymouth.
Eunice "Ilene" (HOFFER) PARKER of Warsaw (half sister)
  Brick Mason, area Farmer, native of Atwood, on member of cemetery assoc ofr Pleasant View Community Church in Warsaw, IN.
  Obit publ: Warsaw Times Union Feb. 9,.1999 (Warsaw, IN) ///The Fort Wayne (IN) News-Sentinal, publ. Feb. 11, 1999, Page 6S
  s/o Thomas J. and Mary C. (FINLEY) DUNNUCK
  b. 16 May 1945
  Issued: IN (1961)
  d. 11 Sep 1997, age 52 Indiana
  + C. D. (nee: D. ) yes (information withheld)
  Children, yes two.
  Source: SSDI & obit publ New Banner, page 3, col. 1, Sept 12, 1997 and Sept 19, 1997. (Wells Co. (IN)
Also cemetery information at Prospect Cemetery, Uniondale, Wells County, Indiana, USA
  s/o Mr._____ and Mary Ann (nee:____) DUNNUCK
  b. RI about 1876 - Father born in IRELAND
  Source: 1880 census had Providence, RI (LDS files)
"Roe" DUNNICK (See Henton Monroe DUNNICK)
  s/o Thomas and Mary Charlotte (FINLEY) DUNNUCK
  b. 18 Feb. 1951 Huntington, Huntington, Indiana,
  d. 11 Sept. 1997
Markle,Huntington, IN
  Married with children
Rollin /Rawlins DUNNUCK (also See Samuel Rollin Sr..)
   + Mary Meyer
Rollin Rexford "Pinky" DUNNUCK
  s/o Henry Otto "Otto" & Ethel Nina (PLUMMER) DUNNUCK
Known as Otto & Ethel
  b. July 16, 1907, South Bend, Indiana
  d. Oct. 4, 1989 SSDI card issued in Michigan also
his obit publ in "Sturgis Daily Journal" d. Howe, IN.
buried Sturgis Memorial Gardens (Michigan)
  He was a salesman for Canada Life Insurance, Toronto Canada, for more than 30 years. He retired in 1972. He owned and operated Sturgis Bottling Works until entering the U.S. Navy during World War II. While in the Navy, he earned the rank of Motor Machinistâs Mate 1st Class.
  + . #1 Grace Hatfield CONKLIN (she was wed 4 times - Rollin was #2)
Wed in July 1930 in LaPorte, IN.
  m. #2 Mary DOWNING (Downend)? wed April 29, 1958 - living in 1989

Mary was the daughter of Harry E. Downend. Henry moved from IN to Sturgi, MI in 1945 and was a carpenter there. Mary & Rollin were living in Burr Oak, in June of 1972 // Source: Sturgis Daily Journal.
  No children listed in obituary as living or preceding him in death.
  of Sturgis, MI in 1955 & 1968 & 1989 (lived most of life in Sturgis, MI - salesman for Canada Live Insurance for more than 30 years) Retired in 1972
  WWII see "Notes-- in the South Bend Tribune publ 4/19/1942 of 1010 E. Ewing Ave.
Dunnick, Rollin Rexford ... Book 2 ... Navy ... Cert. #121
  Source: Parents Golden Anniv, South Bend Tribune, April 17, 1955 -picture // Fathers Obits South Bend Tribune Nov. 12, 1958 and Nov. 13,1858 // S and Minnie DUNNUCK - Middle name & wives // Harry Downend's obit, June, 1972 Sturgis Daily Journal.
T. Romaine DUNNICK (Mrs. Carl DUNNICK)
  1902-1988 - See Carl of York Co., PA
Romona M (BARR) DUNNUCK (see David L. DUNNUCK)
  wife of David L. DUNNUCK
  b. d/o  Robert G. and Angela M. Baar on June 9, 1942 The oldest of 11 children
  graduated. from Sacred Heart Central High School in May of 1961
  d. 25 June 2007
  From her obit published June 30, 2007 in the Indianapolis Star. Romona was a dedicated wife and mother for 46 years, during the first 15 also as a foster parent to 39 foster children before deciding to return to work. (This is what started her on the path of working with children.). St. Joseph's Cemetery
  Kansas City, Kansas in 1993
  b. about 1937
  + Carol M. b. 1938
Roscoe Everett DUNNUCK


Lura - young


Roscoe & Lura

Photos thanks to Judy Keller.

  s/o Jefferson G. & Bertha "Ella" (RADABAUGH) DUNNUCK
  Roscoe's WWI draft card lists his mother as Ella Bertha
  b. 14 Jan 1900, Bremen, Marshall county, IN
  d. 12 Feb 1989, South Bend, Indiana at Hamilton Grove Nursing Home
(Obit in the South Bend Tribune - New Carlisle- publ Feb 13, p. B6
Buried St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park, Granger, IN.
Lists 3 daughters, 11 grandchildren and 16 great-grandchildren
  1920 Roscoe E. age 19 an his sister Edna I age 19 were living in Bremen, German Twp., Marshall Co. IN with their mother and step father Joseph F. Frost. Roscoe was a bookeeper at a foundry.
  m. Lura Adelta BESSLER in December 25, 1922 at South Bend, Indiana
  Lura (1901- 1994) Buried St. Joseph Valley Memorial Park, Granger, IN.
  b. October 17, 1901, La Paz, Marshall County, IN, daughter of William H and Elizabeth J. BESSLER.
  d. 8 Oct. 1994 in South Bend Area Hamilton Grove Nursing Home, New Carlisle, IN // Lura's obit published South Bend Tribune, October 9, 1994
Lists 3 daughters, 11 grandchildren and 21 great grandchildren.
  Children: 3 children all living in 2001
  1930 census list Roscoe -30 and Lura 28 with their three daughters. Living on Marine St. in South Bend, IN. (St. Joseph County) Roscoe is working maintenance in an automobile factory.
  Source: Chart of John F. DUNNUCK's children and grandchildren created by Joe and Frances DUNNUCK and donated by a number of people, but the most readable was from the original given to Dawn Dunnuck and donated by her son N. Gene Dunnuck.// Corrections and additions by daughter of Roscoe and Lura.// Lara's birth date from SSDI // Walkerton News. (IN) marriage of Roscoe to Miss Laura Bessler. 28 Dec. 1922
   Fort Miami Heritage Socity,708 Market St., Saint Joseph, MICHIGAN 49085 has marriage information 1922
  Born: 11 June 1894 in Jasper County, Iowa
   died 15 Feb. 1975 of Newton IA, buried Mt. Zion Cemetery, in Newton, IA
  + George Harold LANPHIER
  See Margaret Rosella DUNNUCK
   wife of Harvey M. SMETHERS (biography) of Beatrice, NB.
Rosetta DUNNUCK (see Emma "Rosetta" DUNNUCK)
  d/o William Jasper & Mary Isabelle "Isabelle" (CALLENDAR) DUNNUCK
  (ie born ca 1888/1889) NB/IN/KS
  Source: 1920 Census: has her age 31, and single. She is living in Buchanan Co, Washington Township, MO. where she works as an Employee at State Hospital - Laundress
  + James M. McClaud in Cherokee, KS. 26 November 1894
  Also in Cherokee, KS a Charles B. DUNNIC marries an Alma A. Van Slyke on 6 March 1895. Wonder if they are related...perhaps a brother??
  Child: Emma McCloud b. 31 Oct. 1900 in McCune, which I think is Crawford Co., KS
+ #1 Henry Neher
+ #2 Elzola Lukenbill ABT 1923. He was b: June 1887 in Kansas
Emma & Elzola had a child, Madelyn born 1926 and d. May 31, 1995 in Ft Worth, TX . Madelyn was married twice. First to  Robert Patrick Loftus on January 30, 1949 and they had two children, and second to Frank VanHooser in 1973.
  w/o Robert Thomas DUNNUCK
  She was from Kansas City, KS before 1971
  b. Nov. 5, 1932 Kansas City, KS
  d. St. Petersburg FL May 3, 1991 (lived St. P. for 20 yrs)
d. age 58 at Pinellas FL, Death Certificate #56774
  divorced in Pinellas, FL 13 Sept 1974
  Children M.A.D (son) , L. M. D (dau) b. ca 1955/1956
  Source: Obit from Kansas City Star, publ May 5, 1991, B6// The Tampa (Florida) Tribune// Letter from son MAD
obit publ May 6, 1991, Pinellas Edition St. Petersburg Times, FL
"Roy" Arthur DUNNUCK (also see LeRoy*) Wonder who the one following is?
  s/o Hiram Clyde DUNNUCK & Essie Daisy DUNHAM
  b. August 28, 1904 Nebraska
  d. October 7, 1963 at Contra Costa Co., CA. (another source has San Pablo Calif) Burial Rolling Hills Memorial Park Cemetery.
  * California Department of Health ...& vital statistics list both a Roy A and LeRoy with the same SS numbers, mother and dates.
  Lived at one time in Alameda Co. CA in 1948
  + #1 Gertrude M. (HOLST ?) - see 1930 census for Hiram - Chicago, IL) Gertrude and Roy married about 1928, probably in Chicago
1930 census lists them in IL Gertrude age 27, and Roy age 25. The census lists Gertrude as a daughter of Hiram - should be daughter-in-law, and has a "Mother listed - Margaret HOLST, age 71 b. Germany. Gertrude's mother was born in Germany.
  + #2 Betty Jean CAMBELL m. ca 1944
  Children: Mike & dau. N.L.D. b. 1/19/1948 CA
  Source: // death index // parents by Mary Cochrane - Grand dau. of Hiram
 Roy Leroy DUNNUCK--- See Henry Leroy "Roy" DUNNUCK
  b. Dec. 7, 1903 in KS
d. Feb. 5, 1979 in Los Angeles, CA
Source: California Department of Health & ...vital statistics.
  Wife Louise Williams
Roy Nicholas DUNNICK
  Son of Isaac B. and Louisa (LANGBEHN) DUNNICK
  b. 21 March 1908 Wolsey, SD
  d. 26 September 1991, Buried Wolsey Cemetery
d. 1993 Huron, South Dakota per Gregory Langbehn, at Ancestry.com
  +. Viola Katheryn PARTRIDGE, January 31, 1934, Beadle Co. , SD. d/o Herbert H. & Nellie (ROWEN) PARTRIDGE.- Nellie was b. 1874 in Rensselear, Jasper Co., IN.
Gregory Langbehn, at Ancestry.com lists her as Viola Patrick

b. August 13, 1911 Wessington Hand, SD


d. August 13, 1938 Huron, Beadle Co., SD

  at least one son: Billy Eugene b. 1934-d. 1962
  +. Louise Renner in 23 Nov. 1938 in Sanborn, Co. SD by Gregory Langbehn, at Ancestry.com
  +. Clara Augusta MUHS (1901-1970) Wed. 25 SEP 1940 in Elk Point, Union, South Dakota
she was b: 2 APR 1901 in Nebraska
m. Clara Augusta Much in 1940 by Gregory Langbehn, at Ancestry.com
m. Clara Sprague 25 Sept 1940 Union Co. SD
  +. Lydia WAHL in 1975
  Farmed in Beadle Co. South Dakota ...listed in 1942, 1954 &1966 Virgil township
  also see Edward (b. 1910) and Larry.
   Sources: 1942 phone directory // farm directory 1854, 1956, 1968 for Beadle Co S.D. // SSDI// FTM & LDS files.
  s/o Lyman D. and Clara (KINTZEL) DUNNUCK
  b. Jan 23, 1889
  d. July 27, 1889 (6 mos 4 day) (Illness)
  Bible records// obit Mentone Gazette publ Aug 3, 1889 (Indiana)
  s/o Leopold Miles/Wiles & Catharine Elizabeth (HUFF) DUNNUCK
  b. Nov. 8, 1884 -- WPA birth index
  d. 1889 d. Mentone, Kosciusko Co., IN.
WPA death index has 27 Jul 1889
obit publ in the Mentone Gazette 03 Aug 1889
Royal Granville DUNNICK ( J.D. Stone?)
s/o Charles Benjamin and Alma (Van Slyck) DUNNICK
b. 27 June 1909 Blackfoot, OR
d. 13 Sept 1918 Milton-Freewater Cemetery, Umatilla Co, OR.
1910 Census has Royal living in Umatilla Co., OR, Royal G. age 10/12
 Photo by
Betty Hanson.
Tombstones from this cemetery were recorded by Garland and Iris E. (SCROGGIN) WILSON in 1984.. The Scroggin name is found in the descendants of Samuel DUNN*CK's daughter Mary "Polly"( DUNNUCK) CURTIS. Two of Polly's sons wed Scroggin girls. See Samuel Descendancy chart.
Royce Howard DUNNUCK
  s/o Henry O. and Ethel N.(PLUMMER) DUNNUCK
  b Jan 10, 1909 IN, South Bend, St. Joseph County, Indiana
  d. 4 August 1984 MI at Milton, Cass Co. MI or SSDI has residence Niles, Berrien, MI
  Obit in Warsaw Paper, publ 4 August 1984
  of Niles Michigan in 1955 & 1958
  + to Blanche at Valparaiso, IN - date not readable, looks like 1-28-1928
  m. #1 Blanche V. WALTERS (b.1914- d. 2003) (Later became Mrs. BASKE)
m. #2 Paula May HAASE Jan. 9, 1938 St. Joseph Co., IN (1919-1960) d/o Joseph E. & Emma M.
(license date December 28, 1937 Book 107, page 4 )
  Blanche is 16 and married to Royce in the 1930 census.
She was the daughter of Lee Ora and Florence (CARBIENER) WALTERS.
in 1939 she married Floyd E. BASKE who d. in 1983.
  1930 census has Royce. and Blanche living in South Bend and have one child, Richard H. age 1 &1/12 or 3/12. Blanche, 16 is probably expecting #2. Royce, age 21, is Driving a truck for the City.
  Royce & Blanche DUNNUCK : 2 sons
Richard H. b. 1928 - d. 2009 - 5 children, 13 grandchildren, and in 2009 11 great grandchildren
O.L.D. b. 1930 - 3 children
Royce & Paula: 4 sons and 3 daus.
R..E.D. (male) b. 1939 - 1 son, //
R.O.D. (male) b. 1943 - 4 children, //
WWD (male) b. 1947- 2 children, //
A.D.D. (male) b. 1948 - 2 children, //
(BKD - female b. 1940) m. #1 THOMPSON - 1 son, #2 GUTHERIE - 1 dau
(J.J.D - female b. 1949) m #1 GARRETT, #2 BARRETT ,
(R.R.D - female) b. 1953) m. M. R. SCHELKOPF
  Blanche V. Baske, was born April 17, 1913 at Hamlet, IN, the daughter of Lee Ora and Florence (CARBIENER) WALTERS. Her second husband was Floyd E. BASKE who died in 1983. Blanche died, age 89, at St. Paul's Retirement Community of natural causes. She is surivived by her two sons and two sisters. S.B. Tribune
  Paula's father and brother (Joseph and William "Billy") both died in WWII - August 1945
  Source: Marriage records St. Joseph Co. IN Book 107, page 4 // Parents Golden Anniv, South Bend Tribune, April 17, 1955 -picture // Fathers Obits South Bend Tribune Nov. 12, 1958 and Nov. 13,1858 /// SMD - children and grandchildren of Royce - only initials used here as I don't know who is living., also Blanche's obit. publ April 15, 2003 in the South Bend Tribune "Blanche V. BASKE"
Ruby Glendola DUNNUCK, (postmaster 25+ years Winona Lake, IN)
d/o Benjamin and Sarah (MITCHELL) DUNNUCK of Warsaw, Indiana. Ruby was:
b. 21 June 1888, Warsaw, IN
d. 8 Aug 1962, Bur. Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, IN. (died in of cancer in nursing facility in near Geneva, IL)
(She was hospitalized only a few weeks)

Photo - 50 wedding anniversary Jan 1961

  m. Ralph O. (Withheld) Jan 28, 1911, Kosciusko Co. IN (newspaper editor - Warsaw, IN) by Rev. Eakins at Brides home

Warsaw Couple Wed

Warsaw, Ind. - Jan. 29 -- The marriage of Ralph O. (withheld) was solemnized Saturday evening at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Dunnuck, on Prospect Hill. Only the immediate relatives of the bride and groom were present. Mr. (withheld) formerly lived at Elkhart, but has been connected with the Warsaw Daily Times of this city, as a reporter for the last few years. Published January 20, 1911 in the Fort Wayne Gazette, Fort Wayne, IN, bottom of Column 5 (page 2)

  1936 Feb. 28 - Ruby appointed Acting Postmaster of Winona Lake Indiana Post Office. (Kokomo Tribune (IN) - Page 5, Col. 6)
  WWI draft registration. Right hand missing thumb and all fingers. Left had missing thumb and first two fingers. City Editor of Warsaw Daily News. // 1917-1918 living West Center, Warsaw, Kosciusko Co., IN. Blue eyes, brown hair, medium heights and build.
  WWII draft registration cards. (middle name spelled Orstes on registration card) Orestus // Living on 3rd Street in Winona Lake, IN. 1941
  b. 9 Jan. 1885 Elkhart Co. IN, son of (withheld)
  d. 18 March 1961 Winona Lake, IN at home, buried Oakwood Cemetery, Warsaw, IN
death notices: Indiana Evening Gazette, Publ. March 20
Logansport Pharos Tribune (IN), Publ. March 20
  3 children John (d. childhood), Frances Eleanor (bank loan officer) (Mrs. J.R. Peacock), and Roger Frederick (withheld) (civil engr.). Only Roger produced children. Ruby was survived by 2 children and 5 grandchildren
  buried together at Oakwood Cemetery are: Ralph, Ruby, their son John, and daughter Mrs. Frances Peacock.
  1900 Census Ralph living Concord twp., Elkhart Co., IN, age 15 (city of Elkhart) with parents
1900 Ruby living with parents Wayne twp., Kosciusko Co., IN. age 11
  1910 census Ralph living in Warsaw, Ward 3 - Wayne twp. , Kosciusko Co., Indiana boarder, Newspaper reporter, age 25
1910 Ruby living with parents Warsaw Ward 3,- Wayne twp., Kosciusko, Indiana, age 21
  1920 census Ralph and Ruby living Warsaw Ward 3, renting in Wayne Twp., Kosciusko, Indiana. Children: Frances & Roger (Ancestry. com spelled it wrong)
  1930 census (can not find them) They were living in Koscisuko County, IN. In the winter above the newspaper office in Warsaw, IN and during the summer month they rented a cottage called the "Minnitonka" on "the island" at Winona Lake (IN). When Ruby was appointed Postmaster at Winona by President Roosevelt, they were required to establish a permanant home in Winona -- on 3rd Street.
  Source: Original Marriage license // Dunnuck Family bible originally kept by Benjamin and later by Ruby, then by her son Roger and now by Roger's daughter Sue. // The Ralph (withheld) family bible // Ruby's scrap book of obituraries and newspaper articles. (Ralph was editor of a newspaper)// Personal knowledge & documents held by granddaughter Sue.//
Ruby E. (Mrs. Earl DUNNUCK) See Earl
   (March 1914-2003) Zionville IN - member of Christ Church, (Lutheran) Zionsville
Rubye (Ruby) Pearl (ZEHRUNG) DUNNUCK (see Clair Vanzandt DUNNUCK)
   b. 3 April 1902- d. 19 July 2000 (nursing home - Flanagan, Livingston Co. IL.)
  Not related to the above Ruby Glendola. DUNNUCK whose sister was Pearl. Just a coincidence.
  d/o John and Catherine (SUTTON) DUNNUCK
  b. 1779
  d. aft 1870

CENSUS: 1870 Lime Creek twp., Washington Co. IA
RUTH GORDON, 92 living with sister Rachel and Rachel's husband John Ayers.
Contributed by Sue Haschemeyer, Webmaster
  m. Mr. McGAW
will of 1819 - Ruth is listed as a McGaw in her father's will
Contributed by Sue Haschemeyer, Webmaster
hmmm. Wonder if this is Ruth's husband ??? SERNO: C396. BALTIMORE COUNTY REGISTER OF WILLS
(Orphans Court Proceedings)5, p. 3 John Dunnuck, administrator of Patrick McGaugh deceased,
8 June 1803 [MdHR 11,818, 2-31-14-2]. 08/03/93. Tracking No.: 1692. Circ. No.: 609.
  m. Alexander GORDON
  Need to look for probate information on Gordon
Perhaps in Baltimore Co. Md and York Co., PA ....Peachbottom, PA. ????
Also need to check out McGaw/Gordon marriages in the area (and maybe in central Ohio as well)
  1834 - Mother's will written in 1834 - Ruth (and several others) not listed.
Contributed by Webmaster
  1850 census for Baltimore County Maryland, District 2 HH 643/Family 656 Roll M432_279, page 36, image 73 (Ancestry.com)
Ruth Gordon, 71 is living with sister Dorcas and Dorcas' husband William Almony.

William ALMONY- 73 farmer,// Dorcas 69,// Abram 20-farmer,// Frances 8,// and Mary 6.// Ruth Gordon 71.
Contributed by Webmaster
  Source: Ancestry.com, by cchristou(a)emgbalt.com, 1998, file #33086
Also Rootsweb by same source 2001

Christos notes that Ruth is living with Anne E. Almony, widow of Henry D. Almony in the 1860 census - Ruth was age 81.. Ann's husband would be Ruth's nephew, son of Ruth's sister Dorcas (Dunnuck) Almony. See following census information on the Henry Almony (son of Dorcas) family from Mr. Christou, Jr. 7/03
  CENSUS: 1850 Baltimore Co 668-682 Henry T. Almony 41 farmer $1,500 RE, Ann E
38, James 16, William H 12, Keziah H 10, Ephraim B 8, Charles C 4, Wesley C
10/12, Margaret A. Simms 17.

CENSUS: 1860 Baltimore Parkton 947-947 Ann E. Almony 48 farmer $7,000 RE
$1,000 PP, Albert 25, William 22, Ephraim 18, Charles 13, John 10, Thomas 6,
Ruth Gordon 81, Catherine Cameron 30 seamstress.

CENSUS: 1870 Baltimore 7th Dist. 265-265 C.L. Almony 22 farmer $10,000RE
$2,395 PP, Ann E 60, Ephraim B 27, John W. 20, Frank T. 16, Mary E 26.
  Henry D.-- as having d. July 11, 1860. - (see Henry's will) Tombstone gives his age as 51 years.
  d/o Thomas & Eleanor (GORSUCH) DUNN?CK
  b. 25 May 1815 Fairfield Co., OH
  d. 13 Nov 1884 bur. Mechanicsburg Cem., Sangamon Co., IL
  m. Abraham CROSS in Fairfield Co. OH. March 23, 1834 by Samuel Hamilton, MG. Book D. (12) (Spelled DUNNICK)
  Abraham & family then relocated to Ross Co. Ohio.
  b. 2 May 1808 in VA
  d. 29 Jul 1889, age 82, Sangamon Co. IL. bur Mechanicsburg Cem.
  To Sangamon Co IL in 1849 (Mechanicsburg)
  3 children: 1) William CROSS b. 1835 in OH d. Oct. 22, 1855
2) (Capt.) Emmanuel CROSS b. Aug. 20, 1837-Fairfield Co., OH d .Nov. 22, 1914, m. Laura I. DAVIDSON, Virden, IL May 31, 1876.// Daughter: Eva (m. Dr. John H .PRINCE of Spfld) // son Abraham CROSS.
3) (ELIZABETH E.) E. Elizabeth Eleanor CROSS b. ca 1841 m. James D. EVANS on Oct. 11, 1864
  The Lincoln Herald, June 8, 1876 (Logan County Gleanings from inside pages)
Transcribed by Barb Seggelke
-James D. Evans and sister, Miss Alice, went to Virden last Wednesday to attend the wedding of Capt. Emanuel Cross, of Mechanicsburg, to Miss Laura Davidson, of Virden. The Captain is an old timer and we had given him up for a confirmed bachelor, but, the fates were against him and he has gone the way of all mankinds. The bride was formerly a resident of our town, living here with her brother, the Rev. M.M. Davidson, who was pastor of the M.E. Church from Sept. 1871 to Sept 1873. The groom and bride left that evening for St. Louis on their bridal tour.
  Sources: 1850 Sangamon Co. IL Census H.H. 2316 /// 1855, 1870 & 1880 census, Sangamon Co. IL /// tombstones- Mechanicsburg Cem. /// Biographical of Emmanuel page 972 Past & Present of City of Springfield, Sangamon Co. IL, by Clarke, 1904, V2.// Obituary Abraham, publ Illinois State Journal July 30, 1889, page 5 ///obituary Capt Cross publ Illinois State Journal, Nov. 23, 1914, page 6 // Contributed by Shirley Schuldt -Ohio Marriage Record A to J. 1803 - 1865 Fairfield Co. OH. Book C, page 23. ( from LDS Microfilm 0317372 : DAR, Elizabeth Sherman Reese Chapter, Lancaster Ohio Marriage Record (from transcript at the Ohio State Library, filmed by the Genealogical Society of Salt Lake City, Utah at Columbus Ohio, Jan 1963, Reducation #11, Early Vital Records of OH)
Ruth (BOWMAN) DUNNICK (Mrs. Thomas J.) See Thomas J.
  d/o Milton and Hannah (nee: ?) DUNNUCK
  b. ca 1879, age 1 in the 1880 census for Napoleon, Henry County, Ohio.
  Source: 1880 census Henry Co. OH. T9-1032 page 99C
  Not listed in the 1900 census with parents.
  Ruth's brother, Millard, lists two surviving sisters in his 1950 obituary: Mrs. Diefenbach and Mrs. W. Bennet.
  d/o Joshua and Margaret (GRIFFITH) DUNNUCK
  b. 15 Sept 1845 Probably born near Chillicothe, Ross county, OH.
  d. 23 May 1855 died near Mechanicsburg, Sangamon county., IL
  Parents to IL ca 1849 -1870 removed to Franklin Co., KS
  1866 when the are listed as members of the Lincoln Circuit of the Methodist Churches in Logan Co. IL - publ by Decatur IL Genealogical Society.
  Source: 1850 Federal Census for Sangamon County REEL NO: M432-127. Page 270b HH 1993 - August 15, 1850 // The Census has DUNNOCK as does the Probate records.// The United State Biographical Dictionary.... Kansas Volume, pages 422 & 423, published in 1879 by the S. Lewis in Chicago & Kansas City.
  d/o Elisha and Mary ( KING ) DUNNOCK
  b. March 1860 in Moultry County, IL (1860 & 1900 census) - dressmaker (per 1880 census)
  1860 census has Ruth as 3/12 born in IL
  Age 34, living in Richmond, KS in 1893 - still living in 1900
  d. she was not in the picture in 1916 when Florence Ruth married. - per Holly Guay
  m. David Miles DAVIS (she was his first wife - 2nd was Emily BARNFIELD)
m. Jan 22, 1885 "O. M. Davis, Jr. to Ruth Durmerck" Franklin Co. KS. (Franklin Co. 4th Dist. Court Records - Ottawa, KS Book E page 147..)
  in the 1880 census, a James Davis, age 21 b. MO listed with the Dunnuck's as a servant farm laborer. Wonder if David Davis is related somehow.

b. Jan 8, 1856 in IL


d. Sept 20, 1938 Mead, WA

  Children: of Ruth and David M. Davis - all born in KS
1900 census for Franklin Co. KS, Ohio township. Series T623, film 480, Book 2, page 202 lists: Mary M. born December 1885, E. Clyde born August 1890, Clarence H. b. Nov. 1893, and Florence F. born October 1898. Mother, Ruth had 4 children, all living.
  Mary DAVIS b. ca Dec. 1885 d. Oct. 6, 1955 in Princeton Co. Idaho.
+ J. H. Stevens (they had 3 sons, George Willard, Cecil L. & Clyde.)
  Elisha "Clyde" DAVIS b. Aug 5 1890 in Richmond Kansas.- d. May 13, 1984 at Mead,Washington, USA. Buried in Peone Cemetery, Mead (Spokane Co.) WA
Clyde was sexton at Peone Cemetery for many years.
+ Ruth Jenny PETERSON (1892-1952)
Children: Elizabeth (Mrs. Ernest THOMAS), Carol (Mrs.Warren MAYNARD) Edward b, before 1918 wed Mary BORTHWICK, and Anna Ruth b. 1918 (Mrs. Albert Verl MOORE), and Delores (Jean) married Alfred JOHNSON.
  Clarence M.. b. Nov 1893 - d. Aug 5, 1984 in Spokane, Washington, USA
+ Amy d. Aug 4, 1984 in Spokane Washington and buried in Peone Cemetery in Mead WA.

Florence Ruth DAVIS, b. Oct. 29, 1898 in Princeton KS, (an LDS source has her birth as Oct. 28, 1899)
d. May 12, 1955 in Grande Prairie, Alberta, Canada (The LDS index source has her dying in Clairmont [where?] on the same date)
another source has Florence's birth as Oct. 28, 1899
+ Harley Howard CONRAD, May 7, 1916 in Hardisty, Alberta Canada
s/o Nathan & Rebecca (Wentzel) CONRAD.

Harley was born Nov. 14, 1890 in Maplewood, NS, Canada)
d. Feb. 11, 1970 Grande Prairie, AB Canada

They had 6 children. Evelyn Vera (1917- 1962), John Victor "Jack" (1920-1979), plus a daughter and three other sons who were all living in 2000.
There is a Clairmont in Alberta, Canada.

  Source: Probate Court Records of Elisha Dunnock //Franklin Co. Kansas Marriage and cemetery indexes.// Listing of children of Elisha Dunn*ck from Louesa Keys and also from Shirley Schmidt who also has some Keys information //
  You might want to check the probate file for David M. Davis probate packet #1010 Franklin Co. KS. I have not checked it. (??) Since David was a Jr. it may well be his father and tell where David was at the time, his siblings and so on.
  An LDS index source lists David DAVIS as born ca. 1873, and Ruth ca. 1877. Both living in Princeton, KS. Dau. Florence b. 1899 in Princeton, KS and married to a Harley Howard Conrad in 1916 with no location. She died 1955 in Clairmont where? Source Peter Mulock of WI. Only Florence is listed as a child. There is a Clairmont in Alberta Canada (north of Grande Prairie)
Ruth H. (nee:?) DUNNICK
  w/o Frank K. DUNNICK (see F. Kenneth DUNNICK)
  b. ca 1902 in OH/OH/ON
  + Frank K. DUNNICK married about 1827
  b. ca 1903 in OH/OH/OH
  1930 Census has them both as Music Teachers living in the city of Chicago, Cook Co., IL, census district 1819.
  w/o or d/o
  Born 13 Dec 1913
  Issued: IL (Before 1951)
  Died Jan 1985 Springfield, Greene, MO 65802
  Source: SSDI
  + Mr. James WALLACE in Henry County, Tennessee on 26 July 1913
  d/o Ernest W. and Nola C. (THOMAS) DUNNUCK
  b. 15 Mar 1923
  d. Aug 13, 1993
  +Lewis M. JUDD July 6, 1941 in Marion County, IN. Marriage book 157, page 540 Marriage Record Number 67552
  obit publ Aug 15, 1993 in the Indianapolis Star, acticle # 1993227235 - I have not gotten this obit.
  son: Gary Lewis "Skip" Judd. b.Sept. 2, 1944 in Indianapolis, IN 0 age 64 of, Bargersville, IN, died Jan. 24, 2009 at Community Hospital South in Indianapolis, IN. (I have not gotten this obit. - Johnson Co. IN newspaper Paper - Daily Journal)
  Lewis M. JUDD's obit was publ Dec. 27, 1996 in the Indianapolis Star, article #1996363114 (b. March 10. 1917, and d. Dec. 26, 1996 at Bagersville, Johnson Co. IL) - I have not gotten this obit.
  w/o - first wife of Pearl K. DUNNUCK, Stepson of Joshua DUNN*CK (born Pearl KENNARD) Joshua died intestate (without will) so only his biological children could inherit - Pearl was not listed as an heir.
  + March 27, 1902 Jackson County MO. by a Justice of the Peace. She was from Illinois.
In the 1900 census for Jackson Co. MO there is a Ruth Armstong, a widow born Jan 1879 in IL. Her parents were born in IN & KY. Ruth had one child who was deceased.
   In 1903 Pearl (male) married Mayme so either Ruth died or they were divorced.
  d/o Isaac Arnout & Helen Marie (Oldaker) DUNNICK
  d. before 2007
  b. 17 March 1922 (see Albert A.) Might be wife.
  She lived at one time in OH
  d. March 7, 2008 in CA (check Joshua Tree, CA)
Ruth Lovinia DUNNICK
  b. Nov. 3, 1910 in ARK or same records give birth as 04/15/1901 ??? with same death date.
  d. Dec. 16, 1979 in Los Angeles, CA
  California Death Index 1940-97 at Ancestry.com
Ruth Maxine (MOTT) DUNNICK see Elmer
  wife of Elmer - (m. Jan 1933)
  d. 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)
  d/o ___________and Naomi PIERCE of Grinnell, IA
   + withheld DUNNICK
  Children: Dau: M R D., son M.R.D., son M.A.D.
  Mother's obit Des Moines Register, page 7, Oct. 23, 1999, at age 107, burial Hazelwood Cemetery.//withheld

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