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Re: Daniel Nunnally b ca 1640
Posted by: Joseph Wilson (ID *****3186) Date: June 22, 2010 at 16:35:05
In Reply to: Daniel Nunnally b ca 1640 by Lynn Collis of 417

The children of PETER NUNNALLY and SARAH HEWETT are ANDERSON NUNNELLY, born about 1765 and MARY NUNNELEY, born after 1765 who married an UNKNOWN DAVENPORT.

This UNKNOWN DAVENPORT was WILLIAM DEVENPORT, born before 1752 in Louise County, VA. He was a large landowner around Lincoln County (Gaston County) near Mount Holly, NC. They were married on 3 January 1783 in Amelia County, NC. WILLIAM died in January, 1826 in Mount Holly, Lincoln County, NC. Mary died in January 1840 also in Mount Holly, Lincoln County, NC.

WILLIAMís parents were GEORGE DEVENPORT, born 1722 in Amelia County, NC, died 23 February 1774 in Amelia County, and Sarah (last name unknown)

GEORGEís parents were GEORGE DEVENPORT, died in 1739 in Prince George County, VA. He was born in England, and MARY MARKS.

       John,       born 1784       died 17 Nov 1851, married Delilah Abernathy
       Polly, born ~ 1786       died before 1820
       Lucy, born ~ 1791       died before 1826
       William, born 30 December 1796, died 29 March 1865
       Sarah, born 20 September, 1799, died 20 June 1885
       Anderson Wesley, born 3 June, 1805, died 20 January, 1886

John and Delilah joined a caravan in 1820 and moved to Oak Ridge, Missouri.

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