One other child Dunn

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FatherWilliam Dunn d. c 1816
MotherElizabeth West
     One other child Dunn was born.

John Dep Dunn

M, b. say 1745, d. circa December 1817
FatherDavid Dunn b. s 1718, d. c Nov 1768
MotherElizabeth? Depp d. b 1768
     John Dep Dunn was born say 1745. He married Rachel (?) David left a will on 21 October 1768 at Craven County, North Carolina. John Dep was executors of the will; The will left legacies as follows and was probated December Term 1768.
Son Francis and Daughter Penelope given the plantation where he now dwells containing 400 acres of land.
Son David given 300 acres adjoining above lands, remainder of cows.
Daughter Elizabeth given 300 acres on the West side of Little Swift Creek opposite Abraham Moors.
Daughter Penelope given Negro wench named Nan, several stock animals.
Son Francis given Negro man named Jefery, several stock animals.
Son John given Negro man named Andrew, several cows.
Daughter Elizabeth given Negro boy named Abram, several cows.
Sons John and David and daughter Penelope named executors.
Witnessed by Aaron Ernul, Thomas Winfield, and Matthias [x] Toler.
Signed David Dun.1 On 12 January 1774 John Dep Dunn sold land to John Burch for and in consideration of seven pounds proclamation money for fifty acres, more or less, on a branch of Swifts Creek being the upper side of John Robinson's land. John Dep Dunn Craven County Wills
Dunn, John [1817], made 22 January 1816, probated December Term 1817.
Son John "the lower end of my land whereon I now live."
Son Moses "the upper end of my said patent."
"Beloved wife Rachel have the use of my mansion house" and all necessaries during her widowhood.
Daughter Sarah a cow and calf, a two year old heiffer, two ewes and lambs, one sow and pigs, and one feather bed and furniture.
Daughter Rachel same bequest.
Son Moses same bequest, less bed and furniture.
Daughter Bethany one two year old heifer, one cow and calf, one chest, and a big pot.
Daughter Lovey same as Sarah.
My son William's two children one ewe and lamb a peace.
Remainder of estate divided between John, Elizabeth, Sally, Rachel, Moses, Bethany, Lovey, and my son William's two children to have the part or share that their father would have received if he had been living.
Sons John and Moses executors.
Witnesses: Elijah Callaway, William Toler, Jacob Burch
Signed John 22 January 1816 Dunn, by his mark. on 22 January 1816. He left a will on 22 January 1816 at Craven County, North Carolina. He died circa December 1817 at Craven County, North Carolina.2

Citations

  1. [S7] Craven County Original Wills North Carolina Division of Archives and History.
  2. [S5] John Dunn, Craven County Will, 22 Jan 1816, probated Dec 1817 North Carolina Division of Archives and History.

Rachel (?)

F
     Rachel (?) married John Dep Dunn, son of David Dunn and Elizabeth? Depp.

John Dunn

M, d. 1818
FatherJohn Dep Dunn b. s 1745, d. c Dec 1817
MotherRachel (?)
     John Dunn Craven County Deeds between John C. and Elijah Dunn to David Whitford and Levin Dunn to David Whitford.
John C., Elijah, and Levin are sons of John Dunn, son of John Dep Dunn, son of David Dunn. He died in 1818.

Moses Dunn

M
FatherJohn Dep Dunn b. s 1745, d. c Dec 1817
MotherRachel (?)
     Moses Dunn married Betsey Dunn on 12 January 1818.

Family

Betsey Dunn

Elizabeth Dunn

F
FatherJohn Dep Dunn b. s 1745, d. c Dec 1817
MotherRachel (?)

Sarah Dunn

F
FatherJohn Dep Dunn b. s 1745, d. c Dec 1817
MotherRachel (?)

Rachel Dunn

F
FatherJohn Dep Dunn b. s 1745, d. c Dec 1817
MotherRachel (?)

Bethany Dunn

F
FatherJohn Dep Dunn b. s 1745, d. c Dec 1817
MotherRachel (?)
     Bethany Dunn married John Hall on 21 January 1812.

Family

John Hall

Lovey Dunn

F
FatherJohn Dep Dunn b. s 1745, d. c Dec 1817
MotherRachel (?)
     Lovey Dunn married William Thomas on 11 September 1814 at Craven County, North Carolina.

David Dunn

M, b. say 1718, d. circa November 1768
     David Dunn was born say 1718. He married Elizabeth? Depp say 1740. "At a Council held at Newberne the 4th day of May 1742. Present His Excellency the Governour. The Honourable Eleazer Allen, Mathew Rowan, Edward Moseley, Roger Moore, Esqrs. Members of Council....The following Persons were admitted to prove their Rights in order to their taking up Land...David Dunn [Craven County] 3 white 2 black."1
"At a Council held the 7th day of May 1742. Present as before...Read Sundry Petitions for Warrants...David Dunn 50 [Acres] Craven County."
David Dunn received a grant of land at Craven County, North Carolina, on 15 November 1744. The 100 acres of land was located between Peter Reel and John Robinson on the lower prong of Swifts Creek. In the entry, David is listed as "Single man."2,3
He received a grant of land at Craven County, North Carolina, on 27 February 1746/47. The 200 acre grant was located near "his head line" and over a branch of Swifts Creek.
He appeared in Craven County court June 1748 to record the stock marks of Penelope Dun (crop & under keel the right ear, crop & over keel & two slits in the left), Elizabeth Dun (crop & under keel the left ear, crop & over keel & two slits in the right), and John Dep Dun (crop & under keel the left ear, over keel in the right.)4
David left a will on 21 October 1768 at Craven County, North Carolina, The will left legacies as follows and was probated December Term 1768.
Son Francis and Daughter Penelope given the plantation where he now dwells containing 400 acres of land.
Son David given 300 acres adjoining above lands, remainder of cows.
Daughter Elizabeth given 300 acres on the West side of Little Swift Creek opposite Abraham Moors.
Daughter Penelope given Negro wench named Nan, several stock animals.
Son Francis given Negro man named Jefery, several stock animals.
Son John given Negro man named Andrew, several cows.
Daughter Elizabeth given Negro boy named Abram, several cows.
Sons John and David and daughter Penelope named executors.
Witnessed by Aaron Ernul, Thomas Winfield, and Matthias [x] Toler.
Signed David Dun.5
He died circa November 1768 at Craven County, North Carolina.6 His estate was probated in December 1768.

Family

Elizabeth? Depp d. b 1768
Children

Citations

  1. [S97] Robert J Cain, Records of Executive Council, 1735-1754, p. 128-129.
  2. [S67] Sec. State Land Grants: (S.S.IX.5) formerly SS.591 entry 1136, North Carolina Division of Archives and History.
  3. [S95] A.B. Pruitt Colonial Land Entries in N.C., 1: 79.
  4. [S96] Weynette Haun Craven County, N.C., Court Minutes, 3:138.
  5. [S7] Craven County Original Wills North Carolina Division of Archives and History.
  6. [S6] David Dunn, Will, 21 Oct 1768 North Carolina Division of Archives and History.

Francis Dunn

M, b. after 1748
FatherDavid Dunn b. s 1718, d. c Nov 1768
MotherElizabeth? Depp d. b 1768
     Francis Dunn was born after 1748 as he was not of age in 1769 when his father's estate was being settled.1 He sold land to Moses Ernul on 25 September 1786 at Craven County, North Carolina. The 200 acres of land was part of a patent granted to David Dunn on 17 Apr 1745 and 7 Apr 1767 and given to Francis by the will of his father. The land was located on the south side of Little Swift Creek and joined the "Pamplico Road". It was purchased for £100 "current money."

Citations

  1. [S4] Craven County Original Estate Papers North Carolina Division of Archives and History, incorrectly filed in the David Dunn 1786 estate folder.

Penelope Dunn

F, b. say 1741, d. circa 1794
FatherDavid Dunn b. s 1718, d. c Nov 1768
MotherElizabeth? Depp d. b 1768
     Penelope Dunn was born say 1741. She married Michael Curman. Penelope Dunn died circa 1794 as she was appointed administratrix of her husband's estate in 1791, but her son John was appointed administrator in 1794, possibly due to Penelope's death.

Family

Michael Curman d. c 1791
Children

David Dunn

M, b. say 1747, d. 1785
FatherDavid Dunn b. s 1718, d. c Nov 1768
MotherElizabeth? Depp d. b 1768
     David Dunn was born say 1747. David left a will on 21 October 1768 at Craven County, North Carolina. John Dep was executors of the will; The will left legacies as follows and was probated December Term 1768.
Son Francis and Daughter Penelope given the plantation where he now dwells containing 400 acres of land.
Son David given 300 acres adjoining above lands, remainder of cows.
Daughter Elizabeth given 300 acres on the West side of Little Swift Creek opposite Abraham Moors.
Daughter Penelope given Negro wench named Nan, several stock animals.
Son Francis given Negro man named Jefery, several stock animals.
Son John given Negro man named Andrew, several cows.
Daughter Elizabeth given Negro boy named Abram, several cows.
Sons John and David and daughter Penelope named executors.
Witnessed by Aaron Ernul, Thomas Winfield, and Matthias [x] Toler.
Signed David Dun.1 David Dunn married Katherine (?) David Dunn died in 1785.

Family

Katherine (?)
Children

Citations

  1. [S7] Craven County Original Wills North Carolina Division of Archives and History.

Elizabeth Dunn

F, b. say 1743
FatherDavid Dunn b. s 1718, d. c Nov 1768
MotherElizabeth? Depp d. b 1768
     Elizabeth Dunn was born say 1743.

Seanea Bush

F
FatherWilliam Bush b. c 1746, d. 1784
MotherMargret Guthery

Mary Bush

F
FatherWilliam Bush b. c 1746, d. 1784
MotherMargret Guthery

Sarah Bush

F
FatherWilliam Bush b. c 1746, d. 1784
MotherMargret Guthery

Fama Bush

F
FatherWilliam Bush b. c 1746, d. 1784
MotherMargret Guthery
     Fama Bush was also known as Euphamia Bush. She married Daniel Bryan on 15 January 1791 at Craven County, North Carolina.1

Family

Daniel Bryan

Citations

  1. [S8] , Craven County Marriage Records Craven County Register of Deeds.

Nancy Whitford

F, b. 23 March 1783, d. 12 September 1826
FatherMartin Whitford b. 1 Oct 1734, d. 16 Nov 1804
MotherMary Purifoy b. s 1740
     Nancy Whitford was born on 23 March 1783.1 She married Shadrick Whitehurst after March 1806. Nancy Whitford died on 12 September 1826 at age 43.

Citations

  1. [S140] Martin Whitford Family Bible, entry for Nancy Whitford birth.

Elizabeth "Betsy" Whitford

F, b. circa 1778
FatherMartin Whitford b. 1 Oct 1734, d. 16 Nov 1804
MotherMary Purifoy b. s 1740
     Elizabeth "Betsy" Whitford was born circa 1778 according to her age in the 1850 Beaufort County, NC, Census. She married Elijah Calloway on 1 May 1799.

Family

Elijah Calloway d. c 1834

Sarah "Sally" Whitford

F, b. 1762
FatherMartin Whitford b. 1 Oct 1734, d. 16 Nov 1804
MotherMary Purifoy b. s 1740
     Sarah "Sally" Whitford died at Stewart County, Tennessee. She married Thomas Smith. Sarah "Sally" Whitford was born in 1762.1

Family

Thomas Smith

Citations

  1. [S140] Martin Whitford Family Bible, entry for "Sarah Smith, wife of Thos. Smith" birth. The month is illegible.

Thomas Smith

M
     Thomas Smith died at Stewart County, Tennessee. He married Sarah "Sally" Whitford, daughter of Martin Whitford and Mary Purifoy.

Family

Sarah "Sally" Whitford b. 1762

Michael Curman

M, d. circa 1791
     Michael Curman married Penelope Dunn, daughter of David Dunn and Elizabeth? Depp. Michael Curman died circa 1791.1

Family

Penelope Dunn b. s 1741, d. c 1794
Children

Citations

  1. [S64] Craven County, Craven Court Minutes, March Term 1791.

Edward Gatlin

M, d. circa 1781
FatherJohn Gatlin d. c 1766
MotherMary (?)
     Edward Gatlin married Elizabeth Reel. Edward Gatlin died circa 1781 at Craven County, North Carolina.1

Citations

  1. [S7] Craven County Original Wills North Carolina Division of Archives and History.

Elizabeth Reel

F, d. after 12 August 1797
     Elizabeth Reel married Edward Gatlin, son of John Gatlin and Mary (?). Elizabeth Reel died after 12 August 1797 as she gave her grandsons Abner and Shadrack 150 acres of land on that date.1 She died circa 1803.

Citations

  1. [S25] Craven County Deed Book: 33, pages 107-108.

Levy Gatlin

M
FatherEdward Gatlin d. c 1781
MotherElizabeth Reel d. a 12 Aug 1797

Shadrack Gatlin Salter

M
FatherEdward Gatlin d. c 1781
MotherElizabeth Reel d. a 12 Aug 1797

Sarah Gatlin

F
FatherEdward Gatlin d. c 1781
MotherElizabeth Reel d. a 12 Aug 1797

Stephen Gatlin

M
FatherEdward Gatlin d. c 1781
MotherElizabeth Reel d. a 12 Aug 1797