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An American Family History

Thomas Dungan

  also spelled Dunkin, Duncan  
     
 

Thomas Dungan was born about 1690. He was the son of William Dungan and Deborah Wing and the granson of Thomas Dungan.

He married Esther Evans.

Hannah Dungan (1725, married Silas Yerkes),
Elizabeth Dungan (1727-8),
Thomas Dungan (1729-30),
Sarah Dungan (1731),
Abel Dungan (1734),
Daniel Dungan, (1736),
Enoch Dungan (1739), and
Benjamin Dungan (1743).

In 1787, Daniel received a warrant for land in Sullivan County, Tennessee. At that time it was in North Carolina.

 
 
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Children of Thomas and Esther Dungan:

Hannah Dungan, bom 24 September, 1725; died 22 August, 1792; married Silas
Yerkes
.
Elizabeth Dungan, born 11 January, 1727-8.
Thomas Dungan, born 31 January, 1729-30.
Sarah Dungan, born 30 November, 1731.
Abel Dungan, bom 26 May, 1734.
Daniel Dungan, born 22 April, 1736; died 22 December, 1803.
Enoch Dungan, born 11 September, 1739.
Benjamin Dungan, born 16 July, 1743; was captain of the first company, second battalion, Philadelphia militia, in 1780, and one of the sub-lieutenants of Philadelphia county in 1780, with rank of lieutenant-colonel.

 
 

 


 
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