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Dunns in Anson County
Posted by: Amber Bowers (ID *****4445) Date: December 14, 2010 at 10:24:13
  of 1775

Looking for any information on the following:

Green W. Dunn, born about 1801, married to Martha Hunter. Had two children, Cyrus Furman and Ophelia Jane. We cannot find any info on Green other than this, and that he once handled the estate of Elisha Hunter, brother to Martha's father Ephraim Hunter. Green and Martha later only received $5 in Ephraim's will.

Cyrus Furman: any information regarding Civil War service. We know he is listed as having consumption on the 1880 census and died soon after.

Josiah/Joseph Dunn: born 1869, married Ida Mae Marks. Listed as Josiah on 1870 census, Joseph H. on 1880. Died in 1894 at age 25. There is a family story passed down that someone was killed in a gun fight. Would like to know if this is him. Buried in Albemarle Cemetery along with Ida's parents, Whitson and Arrana Hall Marks.

Bessent/Bolden dunn: born 1868. Listed in 1870 as Bessent, 1880 as Bolden. Info on him stops here.

Bessie Jo Dunn Tucker: Joseph and Ida Dunn's daughter born 1894, married Ira Tucker. Applied to Guion Miller roll, would like to know where the Native American connection is and if she had any children.

Thanks,
Amber Bowers


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