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The searcher : a long walk through time and history : the historical and genealogical facts about Francis and Joseph Dunn, and their families from Tennessee to Northwest Arkansas

Dunn, Leon (Added Author)
Books/Monographs/Book with Digital Images
English
Charleston, Arkansas : L. Dunn, 1987
[8], 320 p. : ill., facsims., port. ; 28 cm.

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Descendants of Thomas Dunn (ca. 1760-1839) and Margaret (Beeler) Smith (ca. 1760-1846) of Speedwell, Claiborne Co., Tennessee and particularly those of two of his sons, Francis Dunn (1795-1815) and Joseph Dunn (1800-1863). Francis Dunn married three times. His wives were Polly Lynch, Elizabeth Bolinger and Eva Talitha. He had three children with his first wife, ten with the second and one with his third wife. Seven were born in Claiborne Co., Tennessee and the rest in Arkansas. Joseph Dunn married Catherine (1808-1860's) and they had eight children. They lived in Charleston, Franklin Co., Arkansas.

Includes related families of Bolinger, Ausmus, Wilburn, McFerran, etc.

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