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David Leland Cantonwine
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Birth: Aug. 28, 1948
Death: Jul. 25, 1972

David Leland Cantonwine was the son of Donald H. and Maryeanne (Parmater)Cantonwine, the grandson of Leland and Ida (Moubry) Cantonwine, the great-grandson of Herbert and Ora Ketchum (Culp) Cantonwine, the great-great grandson of David and Eliza (Elson) Cantonwine, the g.g.g. grandson of Michael & Catherine (Myers/Myres) Cantonwine, and the g.g.g.g. grandson of Charles and Mary Magdalena (Scholl) Cantonwine.

Charles, the patriarch of the Cantonwine family, immigrated to America from Prussia in 1806, arriving in Philadelphia, Penn., aboard the ship Orlando. The ship's passenger list shows "Chr. Kuntentwine, single man." The name Kuntentwine later evolved to Cantonwine, and Charles appears to be the only surnamed Kuntentwine/Cantonwine to immigrate to America. Eight or so years after his arrival in Philadelphia, in about 1814, Charles married Mary Magdalena Scholl, daughter of Charles Jacob & Margaret (Fuhr) Scholl, in Bedford county, Pennsylvania. 
 
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 Parents:
  Donald Herbert Cantonwine, Sr. (1927 - 1994)
 
 Siblings:
  David Leland Cantonwine (1948 - 1972)
  Donald Herbert Cantonwine (1960 - 2014)*
  Darwin Arthur Cantonwine (1962 - 2014)*
 
*Calculated relationship
 
Burial:
Evergreen Cemetery
Vinton
Benton County
Iowa, USA
 
Maintained by: Ann Koch
Originally Created by: colette harrison
Record added: Jan 02, 2010
Find A Grave Memorial# 46242383
David Leland Cantonwine
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David Leland Cantonwine
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