Descendants of Charles Dunnagan
1 Charles Dunnagan 1750 - WFT Est. 1785-1841
.. +Alsey Stagg WFT Est. 1731-1759 - WFT Est. 1785-1847
........ 2 James Dunnagan, Sr. 1770 - 1818
............ +Sabillah Horner 1780 - WFT Est. 1819-1875
................... 3 James Dunnagan WFT Est. 1793-1821 - WFT Est. 1814-1901
................... 3 John Dunnagan 1797 - WFT Est. 1836-1888
................... 3 William Dunnagan 1798 - WFT Est. 1799-1888
................... 3 Charles Dunnagan 1802 - WFT Est. 1841-1893
................... 3 Elizabeth Dunnagan 1804 - WFT Est. 1818-1898
I am still searching for the Native American link in my husband to be's fathers line. He is the grandson of William Dunagan and Flora Ann May who were married in 1908 and divorced in 1911. Joe was told that his grandfather Dunagan was a horse thieving indian that got hung for stealing a horse. We have learned that this isn't true but we don't know where the native american link is. We think that the link is cherokee. Can anyone help?
My name is Kathleen Dunigan Hayes Day â€“ Dunigan being my middle name, Hayes my maiden name, and Day my married name. I am the daughter of Thomas Francis Dunigan Hayes, born October 11, 1929, who died on July 24, 2003. My father was the son of Edmund Anthony Hayes and Jane Dunigan. Jane was the daughter of Thomas Francis Dunigan, who was a son Bernard Dunigan and Julia (Ryan) Dunigan, whose history is detailed by Barry Riordan. I can offer the following information on second son, Thomas Francis, as found in the New Jersey Biographical files of Middlesex County:
I HAVE BURIAL RECORDES, LAND DEADS, AND SO MUCH MORE LEFT TO ME BY MY GREAT AUNT ANNIE ASHLEY BROWN. PLZ, GET IN TOUCH WITH ME SO WE CAN GET TO GET TOGETHER TO SOLVE THE GENEOLOGY OF THE STORY AS A WHOLE. BE WAITIN YO HEAR FROM YOU ALL.
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I have been doing some research on my grandfather Dunagin's ancestors and thought i'd put a simple web site up which has "scrapbook" links to screenshots of documents, photos and census lists for some of the various members of my tree. Hopefully some of you will be able to use the information to fill in the blanks on your trees. Here is the link:
It seems that when I submit new text for my blog it gets posted, but not inside the blog. So - I am trying to learn how to control the placement of the new text.
Dick Dunagan of WI on Nov. 6, 2008
I have not been able to control new blog entries since about May 2007.
I logged in and created a new password today, so maybe something different will happen.
I am typing this "body" on a page called "submit new entry" and then I will press the button called "submit."
Perhaps it will work this time. Or perhaps I still misunderstand the directions.
Dick Dunagan, Oct. 31, 2008
I am experimenting to try to review the process for adding to an existing blog.
Oct. 14, 2008
I descend from the daughter of William Dunnagan, her name was Mary "Polly" Dunnagan from NC who married Edward Wortham of the Wortham family from Virginia. I have been trying to connect with this branch of my family to share research, documents and photos in order to fill in some blanks. Look forward to hearing from you.
To fully explain, what I meant was the confusion I had in trying to find the full name of the Dunnagan/Dunnegan/Donegan men
that married the Yates women in my line. I am related to some of the Dunnagan line in about 7 or 8 different ways, and one of
those is throuh the Yates line. With the information I now have, I am slowly tying things together, and trying to document the location
of that information. Due to people using the same names, I have had an extremely difficult job. Unless you have dates to match or
name listings of family members, it is almost impossible.