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Genealogy of John Thomas Dunkin : (1765-1814) to present

John Thomas Dunkin
by Michael Crowder
Crowder, Michael (Main Author)
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English
[S.l.] : M. Crowder, [200-?]
125 p. : ill., facsims., geneal. tables, maps, ports.
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John Thomas Dunkin, son of John Thomas Dunkin and Eleanor Nellie Sharp, was born in 1765 in Lancaster, Pennsylvania. He married Mary Polly Laughlin, daughter of John Luke Laughlin (1736-1832) and Mary Polly Price (1745-1810), in 1786 in Washington County, Virginia. They had sixteen children. He died in 1832 in Whitley, Kentucky. Descendants and relatives lived mainly in North Carolina, Missouri and California.

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