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|Pat||James Dunn Memorial #79427134|
I am a descendant of James Dunn (1789-1868) via his son, James A Dunn and his granddaughter, Amelia. I am interested in how you are related. I have been working on my family tree on ANCESTRY. PLEASE contact me!
Added by Pat on Apr 08, 2013 12:30 PM
|Robin Arvickson||Grave of James Dunn|
I live in Erie and am working on a third volume of grave locations for veterans of the War of 1812. I would like your permission to use the picture you posted of James Dunn's grave in this compilation. I will cite you as the source.
|diclouser||Wm T Dunn|
I tried sending you the documents via email, but it came back to me, probably because your email doesn't recognize me. If you'd like to add me to your email contact list I'll be happy to send those documents to you.
|diclouser||RE: William Taylor Dunn|
William Taylor Dunn was my great-grandfather.
Two sources of information: Source #1-(verbal) from my Uncle Ross Clouser (deceased), told me, in a letter, that he remembered his grandfather well,& Wm told him that he had been in the PA Cavalry. He said Wm. walked with a limp and used a cane. The limp was the result of an injury during the civil war. His horse was shot out from under him and when they fell, the horse fell ontop of Wm. causing his hip to break and never mended properly. (my first clue he was in the PA Cavalry)
Source #2: National Archives & Records Administration - 1890 Veteran Schedule; Special Schedule: Surviving Soldiers, Sailers & Marines, and Widows. Page 2., S.D. 7th, E.D. 195
House # 117: Dunn, William T. enlisted Jan 06, 1861, discharged Dec. 31, 1863. Rank: Corporal, Company A, Regiment 1, PA Cav.
I have a copy of the document on my ancestry.com account.
I hope this helps you out.