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Daniel McJunkin
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Birth: Nov. 30, 1756
Death: Mar. 20, 1825

Was the son of Samuel McJunkin Sr. and Mary Ann Bogan McJunkin. He and his wife Jane Chesney, born 9-15-1763, died 1841, moved to Greenville County S.C. and the location of their graves are unknown. Jane Chesney was the daughter of Robert Chesney and Elizabeth Prudy Chesney a Tory family. Daniel McJunkin DAR Ancestor # A077340 and his brother Joseph Ancestor # A077343who were two of the heroes who fought at the Battle of Kings Mountain. This information provided by Vonnie Cantrell. 
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  Samuel Caldwell McJunkin (1725 - 1808)
  Mary Ann Bogan McJunkin (1729 - 1781)
  Jane Chesney McJunkin (1763 - 1841)*
  Joseph Dyer McJunkin (1783 - 1855)*
  Samuel McJunkin (1795 - 1873)*
  Margaret McJunkin Pearson (1798 - 1863)*
  Daniel M. McJunkin (1801 - 1882)*
  Joseph Caldwell McJunkin (1755 - 1846)*
  Daniel McJunkin (1756 - 1825)
  Jane McGee McJunkin McDaniel (1763 - ____)*
*Calculated relationship
Bullock Creek Presbyterian Church Cemetery
York County
South Carolina, USA
Created by: agagee
Record added: Nov 24, 2012
Find A Grave Memorial# 101230821
Daniel McJunkin
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- Ruth
 Added: May. 25, 2017
Daniel McJunkin, my 3rd great-grandfather. I proved lineage in 1986 for DAR Membership for you and your father Samuel. Still looking for your burial site.
- Betty Andrews
 Added: Jun. 3, 2016
Daniel is my 5th great grandfather: Daniel>Samuel>Hester Anne
- genmo
 Added: Dec. 9, 2015
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