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John William Dunning

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John William Dunning Veteran

Birth
Greensboro, Caroline County, Maryland, USA
Death
20 Dec 1913 (aged 76)
Pikesville, Baltimore County, Maryland, USA
Burial
Dover, Kent County, Delaware, USA Add to Map
Plot
Next to his wife; unmarked.
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John served in Company D, 43rd Virginia Cavalry Battalion, Confederate Army during the Civil War.

John was a resident of Dover, Delaware.

He was a member of Colonel, John Singleton Mosby's Rangers.

Private Dunning rode with Colonel Mosby, also known as the "Gray Ghost", and while behind Federal lines, assisted in capturing Brigadier General, Edwin H. Stoughton in March of 1863.

Private Dunning was surrendered with his Company April 21st, 1865 - twelve days after the surrender of General Lee, on April 9th, 1865.

Son of Samuel Preston Dunning and Elizabeth (Lambden) Dunning.

Brother of Daniel L. Dunning, 5th Regiment Delaware Infantry, Company I {Union)

( Bio by: Russ Pickett )
John served in Company D, 43rd Virginia Cavalry Battalion, Confederate Army during the Civil War.

John was a resident of Dover, Delaware.

He was a member of Colonel, John Singleton Mosby's Rangers.

Private Dunning rode with Colonel Mosby, also known as the "Gray Ghost", and while behind Federal lines, assisted in capturing Brigadier General, Edwin H. Stoughton in March of 1863.

Private Dunning was surrendered with his Company April 21st, 1865 - twelve days after the surrender of General Lee, on April 9th, 1865.

Son of Samuel Preston Dunning and Elizabeth (Lambden) Dunning.

Brother of Daniel L. Dunning, 5th Regiment Delaware Infantry, Company I {Union)

( Bio by: Russ Pickett )


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