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Re: Tuel and Knight in Indiana
Posted by: trevis tuell (ID *****7321) Date: July 29, 2009 at 20:47:30
In Reply to: Re: Tuel and Knight in Indiana by Sharon Pearce of 79

David Burr Tuel is the son of Dr. John and Anna and David also had a brother named Jesse born 1837. David Burr Tuel's grandfather was also a Jesse Tuell born in 1773. This would be the ancestry down to David Burr Tuel. John Tuell born abt.1750 (early pioneer of Louisville), Jesse born 1773, Dr. John born 1803, and then your David Burr Tuell born 1830. The children listed for David and Mary Pearce in the manuscript are these; 1)Infant (2 Oct 1854-3 Oct 1854) buried in Jackson Co., IN Rucker cemetery, 2)Fedelia Tuell (20 Nov. 1855 -Apr. 1857), 3)Cecil Tuell (11 Aug. 1858 - still living in 1932) Iola, Kansas, he married Kate Jollif and in 1909 married Emma Jones...No Issue., 4)Anna Tuell (9 july 1860 - 1922) she married John Secrest in Lee's Summit, Missouri 1894, 5)Mary Ann Tuell (2 Oct 1862 - ca.1884) married A.L. Morford, 6)Infant born and died 24 june 1864, 7)Nancy Juliet Tuell (10 Aug 1866 - 7 May 1882), 8)John A. Tuell born 13 Oct. 1868, 9) Amanda J. Tuell born 18 Dec. 1870 married Edward Stout and lastly, 10)Jessie A.B. Tuell (2 June 1873 - 10 feb 1931) she married Albert McCoy.

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