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Re: DUNNICA - Cole County, MO 1800s
Posted by: Vonda Cooper (ID *****8501) Date: May 12, 2006 at 11:52:52
In Reply to: DUNNICA - Cole County, MO 1800s by Jean Christian of 168

Jean,

Have you found any new information on the Dunnicas of Cole Co. MO? I believe my 4th great grandmother, Rhoda
Dunnake (name spelled on marriage bond) was a sister to the James, John & William Hamilton Dunnica of Cole Co.

Rhoda married Reason Sansbury, 31 Aug 1809 in Knox Co. TN, then moved to Cole Co. MO. I just found in a book that Reason Sansbury & John Dunnica entered lands on Section 29 Cole Co. in 1826.

Another clue was Reason & Rhoda named their first child (my ggg grandfather) William Hamilton Sansbury. (after a brother or father?)

James and Wm Hamilton married Thomas sisters.
James Dunnica married Philadelphia Pendleton Thomas.
Wm Hamilton Dunnica married Sallie Minor Thomas.

I would love to hear from you if any of thing fits into your family line.

Vonda



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