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Re: Lurany Dunn m. Broadstreet? ~1780-85
Posted by: Ria Hendrix Date: March 15, 2000 at 17:36:28
In Reply to: Lurany Dunn m. Broadstreet? ~1780-85 by PAUL of 1389

I have no Broadstreet.

In the 17th century I have Dunn: John, Joseph, Rev. Joseph B., William. From 1800's & 1900's I have Martin.

William Dunn was a carpenter on the ship "George" in 1621.

Martin Dunn was head master of Smithfield Academy in 1817. He was a recent Irish immigrant. He conducted his classes with severe discipline. He used a stout leather whip, fixed in a wooden handle. The free end of the whip consisted of heavy thongs about a foot in length with knots on the end of them.

The other names listed above for Dunn are just witnesses to court documents.

Sorry I have no info on your stated marrage.

Ria :)

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