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Forebears of 4 Dunbars

Lorene Bennett Dunbar
Pedigree Chart/Pedigree Chart on Film
English
[El Paso, Texas : C. & L. Dunbar, 1976?]
1 pedigree chart ; 43 x 56 cm. folded to 22 x 28 cm.

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Includes cover folder (8 p. : ill., facsims., maps, ports.)

On the same ship, William Dunbar, a Scotsman, and Richard Bennett, an Englishman, immigrated to Virginia in 1850. William eventually settled in St. Mary's County, Maryland. Richard settled in King and Queen County, Virginia. These immigrants are the "forebears of 4 Dunbars," children of Archie Carl Dunbar and his wife, Lorene B. Bennett.

Archie Carl Dunbar was born at Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, in 1907, the son of Archie Carl Dunbar (1873-1935) and Mary Ida Ferguson Dunbar (1873-1962). He married Lorene B. Bennett at Silver City, New Mexico, in 1947. They had four children, 1951-1955, born in Silver City, New Mexico, and El Paso, Texas. Lorene B. Bennett was born in 1922 at Harrison, Arkansas, the daughter of William Silas Bennett (1884-1904) and Effie May Webb Bennett (b. 1887).

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