Thurman DuLaney

M, (7 November 1903 - 23 August 1966)
     Thurman DuLaney was born on 7 November 1903 at Indian Territory, USA.1,2 He was the son of Thomas Jefferson DuLaney and Serilda Jane Slaughter. Thurman DuLaney died on 23 August 1966 at Ardmore, Carter County, OK, USA, at age 62.1,2 He was buried at Rose Hill Cemetery, at Ardmore, Carter County, OK, USA.
Last Edited=1 Jul 2009

Citations

  1. [S218] Social Security Death Index 1935- 2014.
  2. [S163]

Valton Lester DuLaney

M, (28 June 1906 - 29 May 1975)
     Valton Lester DuLaney was born on 28 June 1906 at Indian Territory, USA. Info from Douglas Ray Fulmer. He was the son of John Pressley DuLaney and Cora M. Newman. Valton Lester DuLaney married Ruth Slabaugh circa 1930. Valton Lester DuLaney died on 29 May 1975 at Ringling, Jefferson County, OK, USA, at age 68. Info from Douglas Ray Fulmer.. He was buried at Cornish Cemetery, at Cornish, Jefferson County, OK, USA.
Last Edited=28 Dec 2014

Family: Valton Lester DuLaney and Ruth Slabaugh

Elizabeth Lizzie Dulin

F, (October 1886 - )
     Elizabeth Lizzie Dulin was born in October 1886 at Indian Territory, USA. She was the daughter of James Jim Dulin and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Bergin.
Last Edited=19 Nov 2016

Frances Fannie Dulin

F, (November 1886 - )
     Frances Fannie Dulin was born in November 1886 at Indian Territory, USA. She was the daughter of James Jim Dulin and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Bergin.
Last Edited=19 Nov 2016

George Dulin

M, (circa 1866 - )
     George Dulin was born circa 1866 at TX, USA. He was the son of James Jim Dulin and Janie Moore.
Last Edited=8 Nov 2007

James Jim Dulin

M, (5 July 1834 - 6 November 1895)
James Dulin
     James Jim Dulin was born on 5 July 1834 at Henry County, GA, USA. He was a Private, andserved in 34th Texas Calvary, during the Civil War. He married Janie Moore in 1864 at TX, USA. James Jim Dulin married Pocahontas Walner, daughter of William M. Walner Dr. and Susan Carter, in 1871 at Caddo, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. James Jim Dulin married Elizabeth (Lizzie) Bergin in September 1879 at Indian Territory, USA. James Jim Dulin died on 6 November 1895 at Paoli, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA, at age 61. He was buried at Dulin Family Cemetery, at Garvin County, OK, USA.

     James Dulin, Private, Company F, 34th Texas Calvary

James Dulin was born in Henry County, Georgia on July 5, 1837. His father was Sugar Dulin and his mother was Tabitha Howard. James was the grandson of the first Sugar Dulin who lived in North Carolina and was a Revolutionary War veteran. James was an only son. His mother died when he was quite young and he was sent to live with his maternal grandparents. They both died a few years later and he went to live with one of his uncles.
     When he was seventeen his uncle offered to send him to school, instead he joined a wagon train bound for Texas. He had no money and worked his way eventually to Rush County. After a short time he went with the Hittson family to Crow Creek country in Hill County. In 1856 James and his friends the Hittson's moved to Grindstone Creek in Parker County. After assisting in the organization of Parker County, James moved to Palo Pinto County. He then moved to Hubbard Creek in what is now Callahan County.
     In 1859, James and six others under the leadership of Joel McKee left Texas for the gold mines of Colorado. He was not successful at this venture and went to New Mexico. After working through the winter cutting saw logs, he returned to Colorado the next spring, locating in California Gulch.
     Again unsuccessful, James returned to Texas in the fall of 1860. He stayed a short while in Hopkins County and then returned to Palo Pinto County. The Comanches were causing a lot of trouble during this period and a few weeks after his return James joined a party led by Sul Ross to follow and punish the Indians. He was with this party at the Pease River Fight where Cynthia Ann Parker (mother of Quannah Parker) was recovered after twenty years of captivity. After this campaign James engaged in the cattle business and went with a herd from Calahan County to the mouth of the Red River in Louisiana.
     In February 1862 James enlisted in Company F (Alexander’s Regiment) of the 34th Texas Cavalry under David B. Cleveland in Palo Pinto County. On the company muster roll records James is listed as "absent, on detached service. Due for use of arms $10.50 to Dec. 17, 1862, for mileage for 180 miles" and "Detailed November 4th, 1862, to herd beeves left at Camp Kiamishi (sic)."
     After the war James took up the stock business as a regular occupation. In 1867 he took a herd to Missouri for Colonel Jim Childs and shortly thereafter drove a herd to Shreveport for Cummings and Vinnette. He next made a drive to Abilene, Kansas for Jim Scoby. When he returned to Sherman he was put in charge of a wagon train hauling freight between points along the Red River and Fort Smith, Arkansas. He continued in this business for three years at which time he moved to Indian Territory.
     James Dulin married first in 1864 in Texas to Janie Moore. They had one son named George Dulin.
     In 1871 James married Pocahontas Walner in Indian Territory. She was born in Indian Territory and died 17 Apr 1879, in the Chickasaw Nation, Pontotoc, Co. (now Paoli, Garvin Co., the Chickasaw Nation was divided into counties), Oklahoma, and was buried in the Dulin Family Cemetery in Paoli, Garvin Co., Oklahoma. They had two children: Susie and Simpson Dulin (my grandfather). Pocahontas was a member of the Chickasaw Nation and the daughter of a famous physican, William Walner, for whom the author of this article is named. Dr. Walner had long been a doctor for the Chicksaws. Her mother was Susan Carter, a Chickasaw. By this marriage to Pocahontas, James acquired the rights of Chickasaw citizenship. He and his wife settled on the Blue River twelve miles west of Caddo, Indian Territory. They lived there until the spring of 1878 at which time they moved to what would become the townsite of Paoli, Oklahoma. While at Blue River two children were born to them, Susie and Simpson. On April 17, 1879 Pocahontas died while in childbirth. The child was stillborn.
     James married a third time in September 1879 to Lizzie Bergin. She was living in Norman, Oklahoma Territory when James died and I have been told she was buried in Norman, Cleveland Co., Oklahoma. James and Lizzie Dulin had two children: Fanny and Lizzie Dulin.
     In 1886 the Sante Fe Railroad built its road bed through his property and the town of Paoli was established there.
     James Dulin died of pneumonia on November 6, 1895. He is buried in the Dulin Family Cemetery along with his wife, Pocahontas, his father-in-law, William Walner and the stillborn child. The cemetery is located within the city limits of Paoli, Garvin Co., Oklahoma. At the time of his death he owned some 4 miles square (10,000 acres) of Washita Valley land. The foundation of his house still remains. He was a member of the Caddo Masonic lodge and later a member of the Pauls Valley Masonic lodge. The author of this article is his great-grandson.

Sources
1. Historical and Biographical Record of The Cattle Industry and The Cattlemen of Texas and Adjacent Territory, Woodward & Tiernan Publishing Co., St. Louis, Missouri, 1895.
2. Leaders and Leading Men of the Indian Territory, Harry F. O'Beirne, Chicago, 1891.
3. Indian Pioneer History.
4. The personal knowledge of the author, William W. Dulin

By
William W. Dulin
4985 Seibert Ave.
St. Louis, MO 63123.

Last Edited=28 Dec 2014

Child of James Jim Dulin and Janie Moore

Children of James Jim Dulin and Pocahontas Walner

Children of James Jim Dulin and Elizabeth (Lizzie) Bergin

James Parker Dulin

M, (18 July 1904 - 19 February 1986)
     James Parker Dulin was born on 18 July 1904 at Indian Territory, USA. He was the son of Simpson (Simp) Dulin and Fannie Johnson. James Parker Dulin died on 19 February 1986 at age 81. He was buried at Paoli Cemetery, at Paoli, Garvin County, OK, USA.
Last Edited=28 Dec 2014

Simpson (Simp) Dulin

M, (20 January 1875 - 14 December 1940)
     Simpson (Simp) Dulin was born on 20 January 1875 at Caddo, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. 1900 census of twp 4, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory gives a Jan 1874 date. He was the son of James Jim Dulin and Pocahontas Walner. Simpson (Simp) Dulin married Fannie Johnson circa 1902 at Indian Territory, USA. Simpson (Simp) Dulin appeared on the census of 1902 at Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. The census lists the family as: Chick/Dawes Rolls #1285 Card 438 1/16.. He died on 14 December 1940 at Paoli, Garvin County, OK, USA, at age 65. He was buried at Paoli Cemetery, at Paoli, Garvin County, OK, USA.
Last Edited=28 Dec 2014

Child of Simpson (Simp) Dulin and Fannie Johnson

Still Born Dulin

?, (1880 - 1880)
     Still Born Dulin was born in 1880 at Paoli, Garvin County, OK, USA. Still Born Dulin was the child of James Jim Dulin and Pocahontas Walner. Still Born Dulin was buried at Dulin Family Cemetery, at Garvin County, OK, USA. Still Born Dulin died in 1880 at Paoli, Garvin County, OK.
Last Edited=14 Sep 2016

Susie Dulin

F, (September 1875 - 1945)
     Susie Dulin was born in September 1875 at Caddo, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. 1900 census of twp 4, Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory. Age 31 at the 1910 census of Boley, Okfuskee County, OK; described as a Mulatto. She was the daughter of James Jim Dulin and Pocahontas Walner. Susie Dulin married Ernest Lee McCrummen on 16 March 1897 at Paoli, Garvin County, OK, USA. License issued by County Judge. Married by A. B. Morrison, MG.. Susie Dulin appeared on the census of 1902 at Chickasaw Nation, Indian Territory, USA. The census lists the family as: Chick/Dawes Rolls #1234 Card 408 1/16.. She died in 1945 at Paoli, Garvin County, OK. She was buried at Paoli Cemetery, at Paoli, Garvin County, OK, USA.
Last Edited=12 Jan 2008

Family: Susie Dulin and Ernest Lee McCrummen

Bridget Dunbar

F, (1856 - )
     Bridget Dunbar was born in 1856 at Townsend, Huron County, OH, USA. Age 14 at the 1870 census. She was the daughter of Michael Dunbar and Nancy Ann Monahan.
Last Edited=27 May 2017

Catherine Dunbar

F, (1864 - )
     Catherine Dunbar was born in 1864 at Townsend, Huron County, OH, USA. Age 4 at 1870 census. She was the daughter of Michael Dunbar and Nancy Ann Monahan.
Last Edited=27 May 2017

Ella Dunbar

F, (1863 - )
     Ella Dunbar was born in 1863 at Townsend, Huron County, OH, USA. Age 7 at the 1870 census. She was the daughter of Michael Dunbar and Nancy Ann Monahan.
Last Edited=27 May 2017

John Dunbar

M, (1860 - )
     John Dunbar was born in 1860 at Townsend, Huron County, OH, USA. Age 10 at the 1870 census. He was the son of Michael Dunbar and Nancy Ann Monahan.
Last Edited=27 May 2017

Margaret Dunbar

F, (6 August 1858 - 25 October 1916)
     Margaret Dunbar was born on 6 August 1858 at Townsend, Huron County, OH, USA. Age 12 at the 1870 census.1 She was the daughter of Michael Dunbar and Nancy Ann Monahan. She married John Bacon Bartlett at OH, USA, on 3 August 1882.2 Margaret Dunbar died on 25 October 1916 at Toledo, Lucas County, OH, USA, at age 58.1 She was buried at Bellevue Cemetery, at Bellevue, Huron County, OH, USA.

     Ohio Death Cert No 62216.
Last Edited=28 Sep 2017

Children of Margaret Dunbar and John Bacon Bartlett

Citations

  1. [S1138] Mary Ann Hotchkin Bartlett, Pansies-- A Birthday Reminder Book.
  2. [S1223] State of Ohio, OHio Marriage Index 1970, 1972- 2007.

Mary Dunbar

F, (1853 - )
     Mary Dunbar was born in 1853 at Townsend, Huron County, OH, USA. Age 17 at the 1870 census. She was the daughter of Michael Dunbar and Nancy Ann Monahan.
Last Edited=27 May 2017

Michael Dunbar

M, (14 September 1814 - 13 November 1897)
     Michael Dunbar was born on 14 September 1814 at Kilmore, County Mayo, Ireland. He married Nancy Ann Monahan circa 1852. Michael Dunbar appeared on the census of 1870 at Townsend Twp, Huron County, OH, USA. The census lists the family as: Michael Dunbar, 56, farmer, born Ireland; Nancy, 43, born Ireland; Mary, 17, born OH; Nancy, 15, born OH; Bridget, 14, born OH; Margaret, 12, born OH; John, 10, born OH; Ella, 7, born OH; Catherine, 4, born OH.. He died on 13 November 1897 at Wakeman, Huron County, OH, USA, at age 83. Ohio, Rutherfore B. Hayes Presidential Center Obituary Index, 1810 to 2013.. He was buried at Saint Marys Cemetery, at Wakeman, Huron County, OH, USA.
Last Edited=27 May 2017

Children of Michael Dunbar and Nancy Ann Monahan

Nancy Dunbar

F, (1855 - )
     Nancy Dunbar was born in 1855 at Townsend, Huron County, OH, USA. Age 15 at the 1870 census. She was the daughter of Michael Dunbar and Nancy Ann Monahan.
Last Edited=27 May 2017

Robert (Bob) Duncan

M
     Robert (Bob) Duncan married Denice Marie Anians, daughter of Jack R. Anians and Dorothy J. Miller, circa 1990 at IL, USA.
Last Edited=16 Mar 2008

Family: Robert (Bob) Duncan and Denice Marie Anians

Sarah Elizabeth Ramindy Duncan

F, (19 December 1828 - 26 January 1918)
     Sarah Elizabeth Ramindy Duncan was born on 19 December 1828 at Elbert County, GA, USA. Age 21 at the 1850 census. She married John Clark Edwards at Elbert County, GA, circa 1842. Sarah Elizabeth Ramindy Duncan died on 26 January 1918 at Toccoa, Stephens County, GA, USA, at age 89. She was buried at Toccoa Cemetery, at Toccoa, Stephens County, GA, USA.
Last Edited=19 Nov 2016

Children of Sarah Elizabeth Ramindy Duncan and John Clark Edwards

Anthony J. Dunlevy

M, (1864 - 21 November 1908)
     Anthony J. Dunlevy was born in 1864 at NY, USA. Age 6 at the 1870 census of New York City. Son Harrison says in his world war draft registration that father was born in Wheeling, WV. He married Anna Louisa Coulter, daughter of Archibald Coulter and Celestia L. Post, on 13 December 1888 at Tilden, Madison County, NE, USA.1 Anthony J. Dunlevy died on 21 November 1908 at Tilden, Madison County, NE. He was buried at IOOF Cemetery, at Tilden, Madison County, NE, USA.
Last Edited=15 Dec 2014

Children of Anthony J. Dunlevy and Anna Louisa Coulter

Citations

  1. [S610] Talma Clark Hendrick, Genealogical Diary of Talma Clark Hendrick.
  2. [S610] Talma Clark Hendrick, Genealogical Diary of Talma Clark Hendrick, The day of the birth is hard to read and may be in error.

Harrison Luicart Dunlevy

M, (3 December 1896 - 1 July 1960)
     Harrison Luicart Dunlevy was born on 3 December 1896 at Tilden, Madison County, NE, USA. Age 3, born Dec 1896 in Jefferson, Madison, IA census. WWI Draft Registration gives birth location and date. He was the son of Anthony J. Dunlevy and Anna Louisa Coulter. Harrison Luicart Dunlevy registered for the World War I Draft on 5 June 1918 while living at Kansas City, Jackson County, MO, USA. The registration card gave additional information on him: "He is living at the Kansas City YMCA, says his father was born in Wheeling WV and his mother, Mrs A. L. Dunlevy lives in Excelsior Springs, MO.". He died on 1 July 1960 at Kansas City, Jackson County, MO, at age 63. He was buried at Mount Moriah Cemetery, at Kansas City, Jackson County, MO, USA.
Last Edited=2 Apr 2017

Helen Louisa Dunlevy1

F, (11 March 1890 - 1967)
     Helen Louisa Dunlevy was born on 11 March 1890 at NE, USA. Age 10, born mar 1890, 1890 Jefferson, Madison, NE census.1 She was the daughter of Anthony J. Dunlevy and Anna Louisa Coulter.1 Helen Louisa Dunlevy died in 1967 at Excelsior Springs, Clay County, MO, USA. She was buried at Masonic Cemetery, at Excelsior Springs, Clay County, MO, USA.
Last Edited=2 Apr 2017

Citations

  1. [S610] Talma Clark Hendrick, Genealogical Diary of Talma Clark Hendrick, The day of the birth is hard to read and may be in error.

Howard M. Dunlevy

M, (18 December 1899 - 10 July 1902)
     Howard M. Dunlevy was born on 18 December 1899 at Jefferson, Greene County, IA, USA. Age 8/12, born Dec 1899 in 1890 census of Jefferson, Madison, IA. He was the son of Anthony J. Dunlevy and Anna Louisa Coulter. Howard M. Dunlevy died on 10 July 1902 at Madison County, NE, USA, at age 2. He was buried at IOOF Cemetery, at Tilden, Madison County, NE, USA.
Last Edited=27 Dec 2014

Margaret J. Dunlevy1

F, (23 February 1892 - 22 August 1905)
     Margaret J. Dunlevy was born on 23 February 1892 at NE, USA. Age 8, born feb 1892 in 1900 census of Jefferson, Madison, NE.1 She was the daughter of Anthony J. Dunlevy and Anna Louisa Coulter.1 Margaret J. Dunlevy died on 22 August 1905 at Madison County, NE, USA, at age 13. She was buried at IOOF Cemetery, at Tilden, Madison County, NE, USA.
Last Edited=27 Dec 2014

Citations

  1. [S610] Talma Clark Hendrick, Genealogical Diary of Talma Clark Hendrick.

Emma G. Dunn

F, (15 November 1858 - 18 May 1883)
     Emma G. Dunn was born on 15 November 1858 at Indian Territory, USA. She married Patrick Henry Littlepage circa 1879 at Indian Territory. Emma G. Dunn died on 18 May 1883 at Indian Territory at age 24. She was buried at Westview Cemetery, at Atoka, Atoka County, OK, USA.
Last Edited=13 Aug 2016

Children of Emma G. Dunn and Patrick Henry Littlepage

Alanson B. Dunning

M, (1 July 1810 - 10 June 1889)
     Alanson B. Dunning was born on 1 July 1810 at Galway, Saratoga County, NY, USA. He was the son of Leman Dunning and Mary Polly Goodrich. Alanson B. Dunning died on 10 June 1889 at Yates County, NY, USA, at age 78. He was buried at Webster Rural Cemetery, at Webster, Monroe County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=27 Dec 2014

Allen G. Dunning

M, (13 June 1818 - 1868)
     Allen G. Dunning was born on 13 June 1818 at Bluff Point, Yates County, NY, USA. He was the son of Leman Dunning and Mary Polly Goodrich. Allen G. Dunning died in 1868 at Steuben County, NY, USA. He was buried at Elmwood Cemetery, at Hammondsport, Steuben County, NY, USA.
Last Edited=27 Dec 2014

Bradley P. Dunning

M, (14 December 1827 - 16 August 1851)
     Bradley P. Dunning was born on 14 December 1827 at Bluff Point, Yates County, NY, USA. He was the son of Leman Dunning and Mary Polly Goodrich. Bradley P. Dunning died on 16 August 1851 at Yates County, NY, USA, at age 23.
Last Edited=19 Nov 2016

Clarissa Dunning

F, (11 March 1812 - )
     Clarissa Dunning was born on 11 March 1812 at Saratoga County, NY, USA. She was the daughter of Leman Dunning and Mary Polly Goodrich.
Last Edited=31 Jan 2007