Posted By:Carol Powell
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Subject:Re: elizabeth dunmire-genung ??
Post Date:November 24, 2012 at 20:15:17
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Illinois, Births
Child Genung gender: Female Birth date: 22 May 1878 event place: Coe, Rock Island Co , Ill father's name:        William Genung mother's name: Elizabeth Dunmire Genung
Iowa, Marriages
James S. Baker Marriage date: 09 Jun 1900 event place: Davenport, Scott, Iowa, United States age: 29 estimated birth year: 1871 father: Leander Baker mother: Sarah Vanderburg       
spouse:       Ada R. Genung spouse's age: 23 spouse's estimated birth year: 1877 spouse's father: William Genung spouse's mother: Elizabeth Dunmire
The Biographical Record of Rock Island County, Illinois page 382 google books
A native of Rock Island county, Cassius Elmer Genung was born in Coe township, May 27, 1862, and is a son of William and Elizabeth (Dunmire) Genung natives of New York and Pennsylvania, respectively, who came with their parents
Genung, Ganong, Ganung Genealogy: A History of the Descendants of Jean, google books page 347
William W. Genung (son of 3434), Married to Elizabeth Dunmire
Austin Daily Herald, August 30, 1957 - Newspaper Archive
Sarah Elizabeth Camp 1957 Sarah Elizabeth daughter of William and Elizabeth Dunmire Genung was born January 1870 In Rock Island One of twelve she was the last surviving member.She was married to William Dayton Camp on April To this union five children were all of whom are still living They made their home on a farm near Illinois until 1913 when they moved to a farm south east of Here Camp passed away In She continued to make her home there with her son Glenn until three years ago when they came to live with a Grace She received her education in the public schools and also at home where her father provided for a Including three or phan cousins in this home teaching She was brought up in a Christian home where Sunday School was held at home when the weather did not permit the long drive to Her family and friends were her first She rejoiced in their joys and sympathized in their Ever a faithful member of the Bell California...
http://newspaperarchive.com/austin-daily-herald/1957-08-30/page-2/
On April 16, 1891. Mr. Camp was married to Sarah Elizabeth Genung. born in Coe township, a daughter of William and Elizabeth (Duumire) Genung. natives of New York state and Pennsylvania , respectively. They were quite young when they came to Coe township, where they resided until death claimed them, the father dying on November 24. 1891, and the mother on December 24, 1906.
http://www.illinoisancestors.org/rockisland/williamdaytoncampbio.htm
If Elizabeth (Duumire) Genung died on December 24, 1906 there might be a death certificate listing her parents. Newspapers are kept on microfilm perhapes you can locate her obit.