Person:Elizabeth Dunn (71)

Elizabeth Dunn
d.25 Feb 1879
m. 12 Nov 1824
  1. Lavinia Dunn1822 - 1871
  2. Sarah Dunn1825-1835 -
  3. Elizabeth Dunn1826 - 1879
  4. George M. DunnAbt 1830 - 1851
  5. Sophia Dunn1832 - 1896
  6. Jane H. Dunn1836 - 1921
  7. Julia Ann DunnEst 1837 -
m. 8 Feb 1849
  1. George Granvillle Reece1850 - Bef 1870
  2. Ann Jane Reece1852 - 1889
  3. William Alford Reece1854 - 1855
  4. Nancy Olive Reece1856 - 1925
  5. Julia L. S. Reece1858 - 1897
  6. Matilda Elizabeth Reece1859 - 1940
  7. Martha Ellen Reece1860 - 1941
  8. Ferdinand Beldon Reece1862 - 1942
  9. Ida May Reece1864 - 1916
Facts and Events
Name Elizabeth Dunn
Gender Female
Birth[1] 18 Aug 1826 Indiana, United States
Census[2] 1840 Clinton, Indiana, United States
Marriage License 6 Feb 1849 Clinton, Indiana, United Statesto William A. Reece
Marriage 8 Feb 1849 Clinton, Indiana, United Statesto William A. Reece
Other[3] 21 Mar 1853 Clinton, Indiana, United Statesnamed as heir of father in deed of purchase
Residence[4] 26 Jul 1853 Clinton, Indiana, United Stateswith husband, sold property from father's estate
Census[5] 1860 Clinton, Indiana, United States
Residence[6] 12 Mar 1863 Johnson or Shelby County, Indiana, United States
Residence[7] Abt 1869 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Census[8] 1870 Putnam, Missouri, United States
Other[9] 31 Oct 1870 Putnam, Missouri, United StatesWith James T. Scott, witnessed deed of purchase for Achsah Scott
Death[10] 25 Feb 1879
Burial[10] Unionville, Putnam, Missouri, United StatesUnion Church Cemetery
References
  1. List written by Mary Elizabeth Reece Dickman Kruse, in possession of Nedra Brill; also Family Notes by Reece Mayer, 3 Jan 1978, Secondary quality.
  2. Clinton, Indiana, United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 768, line 2; FHL #0007722, Primary quality.

    Abnor Dunn, 1 male 10-15 [George], 1 male 40-50; 2 females 5-10 [Jane and Julia], 3 females 10-15 [Elizabeth, Sarah, Sophia], 1 female 15-20 [Lavina], 1 female 40-50 [Nancy]; 1 in agriculture

  3. Deed Book 15, in Clinton, Indiana, United States. Deed Book, p. 76, Mar 1853-Jan 1854, Primary quality.

    Indenture
    Jeremiah Dunn and Hannah Dunn his wife of Clinton County, Indiana
    Who were paid $600
    By Sarah Dunn Lavina Dunn [sic] Clark Elizabeth Reece Sophia Bennett Juliet Dunn and Jane H. Dunn heirs of Abner Dunn deceased
    For the S1/2 of the West 1/2 of the SE1/4, S2, T21, R2E, 40 acres more or less
    Also the N1/2 of the 1/2 of the NE1/4 of Sec 11, T21, R2E, 40 acres more or less
    And grantors Warrant against all claims except 1/3 of the above “wich is reserved to Nancy Dunn deceased [sic] wife of said Abner Dunn deceased with is her dower
    Signed 21 March 1853, Jeremiah Dunn, Hannah x her mark Dunn, witnesses William Burget JP, James Snowden

  4. Deed Book 15, in Clinton, Indiana, United States. Deed Book, p. 231, Mar 1853-Jan 1854, Primary quality.

    Indenture
    William Reece and Elizabeth Reece of Clinton County, Indiana
    Were paid $150
    By Uriah B. Lauden of same place
    Reece’s “do hereby sell convey release and forever Quit Claim”
    N1/2 of the W1/2 of the NE1/4, S11, T21, R2E
    And the S1/2 of the W1/2 of the SE 1/4 of S2, T21, R2E,
    containing 80 acres more or less
    Signed 6 July 1853, William Reece, Elizabeth Reece
    Witness John M. Cowan JP
    Recorded 26 July 1853

  5. Kirklin township, Clinton County, Indiana, in United States. 1860 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 921, Family 906, p. 215, Primary quality.

    William Reece, 40, male, farmer, Real Estate = [blank], Personal Estate = $150, b. Indiana
    , Elizabeth, 35, female, b. IN
    , George G., 9, male, b. IN, attending school
    , Ann J., 7, female, b. IN, attending school
    , Nancy A., 4, female, b. IN
    , Julia, 2, female, b. IN
    , Matilda E., 1, b. IN

  6. Juliet A Dunn to William & Lisa Reese, 12 March 1863, in Reece and Dunn Family Letters, Indiana and Missouri, 1863-1878, Primary quality.
  7. Ann Reece et al to Jane Dunn et al, about 1869?, in Reece and Dunn Family Letters, Indiana and Missouri, 1863-1878, Primary quality.
  8. Sherman Township, Putnam County; FHL #0552300, in Putnam, Missouri, United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 98, Family 98, Primary quality.

    Reese, Wm., age 50, farmer, value of real estate [blank], value of personal estate - $300, born IN, eligible to vote
    , Elizabeth, age 45, keeps house, born IN
    , Angeline, age 15, b. IN
    , Nancy, age 14, b. IN, attends school
    , Julia L., age 12, b. IN, attends school, cannot write
    , Matilda, age 11, b. IN, at school, cannot write
    , Martha, age 9, born IN, attends school
    , Ferd B., age 8, born IN, at school
    , Ida M., age 6, born IN

  9. Putnam County (Missouri). Recorder of Deeds. Deeds, 1847-1890; abstract and index of deeds, 1847-1889. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977), Vol 6, p. 616; FHL #1010776, Primary quality.

    On 31 Oct 1870
    Between Leonard Clemens and Mary F. Clemens of Putnam County, Missouri (1st part)
    and Achsah R. Scott of Macon County, Missouri
    who paid $225 to parties of first part for land
    E 1/2 of Lot 1 of NE 1/4 of Sec 4, T66, R20
    signed and sealed, Leonard Clemons, Mary F. X Clemons [her mark??]
    Witnesses, Elizabeth Reece, James T. Scott (JP)
    filed 12 Nov 1870

  10. 10.0 10.1 Phillips, Sarah Lemen. Putnam County, Missouri cemeteries: information obtained by stone readings and additional data from Unionville Republican; readings to 1980 inclusive. (Kirksville, Missouri: Simpson Printing, c1990).

    Information from stone readings and Unionville Republican, to 1980 inclusive
    p. 291 - Union Church Cemetery, Sherman Township
    Reese, William A. d. 6 Dec 1885, age 66yr, 2 m, 11d
    , Elizabeth his wife d. 25 Feb 1879, age 50yr, 2m, 25d