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R.W. Dunn of Lavaca, 1860 census burial place?
Posted by: John A. Stovall (ID *****0433) Date: September 19, 2003 at 14:40:39
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I'm seeking information on R.W. Dunn, who is listed in the 1860 Calhoun County census with a wife, Fannie. Dunn was a member of Singer's Torpedo and Submarine Corps. He is also mentioned in several naval orders and returned to Lavaca once during the war to deliver a letter to Mrs. J.D. Braman.

He just vanishes after the war.

Any information on him would be welcome.


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