Person:Robert Dunn (28)

Watchers
Robert C. Dunn
d.Aft 1870
m. 26 Feb 1804
  1. Jeremiah Dunn1807 - 1881
  2. Jane Dunn1809 - 1883
  3. James Dunn1811 - 1887
  4. J. R. DunnABT 1821 - BEF 1855
  5. Robert C. DunnAbt 1823 - Aft 1870
m. 4 Apr 1839
  1. Nancy Johnson Dunn1839 - Bef 1913
  2. Reese Dunn1841 - 1896
  3. Miles G. Dunn1844 - 1875
  4. Sarah Eliza Dunn1847 - 1928
  5. William C. Dunn1850 - 1873
Facts and Events
Name[1] Robert C. Dunn
Gender Male
Birth[1] Abt 1823 Clinton, Indiana, United States
Marriage 4 Apr 1839 Boone, Indiana, United Statesto Catherine Jane Reese
Census[3] 1840 Clinton, Indiana, United States
Other[4][5] Mar-Aug 1849 Clinton, Indiana, United Statesmentioned in probate records of father-in-law Joseph Reese; signed for wife Jane
Census[6] 1850 Calaveras, California, United States
Other[7] 1858 Lewis, Missouri, United Statesmentioned if father's probate, presumed to be still living (in California?)
Census[8] 1870 Stevens, Washington, United States
Death[2] Aft 1870
Other[9] 25 June 1875 Walla Walla, Walla Walla, Washington, United StatesLetter in Post Office waiting to be picked up
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 Christensen, Anthony J. A branch of the Piscataway Dunn family: a few members of the Dunn family whose branches spread from Pisctaqua, New Hampshire, to Piscataway, New Jersey, to Southwestern Pennsylvania, to Harrison County, Kentucky, and to points West. (Salem, Utah: Mac Anthony Corp., c1998), p. 5-48, Secondary quality.

    Robert C. Dunn, born circa 1823. He grew up in Clinton County, Indiana, then moved for a short time to Lewis County, Missouri,prior to his going west during the gold rush. He was reported on the 1850 census report of Calaveras County, California with his brothers James and J. R. [and brother-in-law Alfred McKinsey]

  2. Tranter, Vera Reese, compiler. Tranter, Vera. Reese Family of John Benjamin William. (TS, nd), p. 4, Secondary quality.

    Robert C. Dunn started to California in 1850 to hunt gold , was never heard from again.

    Information probably provided by his daughter Nancy Johnson Dunn, who lived most of her life near, and was held in some esteem by, Vera Tranter.
    Others have suggested that Robert C. Dunn returned to Indiana, perhaps because he is mentioned in his father's probate record as "resident in Indiana" in connection with an uncollected loan, but that was where Robert's wife was living. There is no evidence that Robert ever returned.

  3. Clinton County, Indiana (LDS #0007722), in United States. 1840 U.S. Census Population Schedule, p. 704, Primary quality.

    Robert O. Dunn - 1 male 20-30; 1 female under 5, 1 female 15-20; 1 in agriculture

  4. Complete Probate Record, Boone County, Indiana (LDS #1320335), in Indiana. Circuit Court (Boone County), and Boone County (Indiana). Clerk of the Circuit Court. Probate records 1830-1925. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983), Vol. A, p. 38 , 11 Feb 1839-10 Nov 1851, Primary quality.

    This volume is catalogued as a Partition Record, but the cover and contents both identify it as a Complete Order Record)

  5. Probate Order Book (LDS #0320127), in Indiana. Circuit Court (Boone County), and Boone County (Indiana). Clerk of the Circuit Court. Probate records 1830-1925. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1983), Volume C, pp. 248-9, 273, Nov 1846-Aug 1852, Primary quality.
  6. Calaveras District, Calaveras County, California, in United States. 1850 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 1583, Fam 1583, Primary quality.

    Alfred McKinsey, 37, male, merchant, [no Real Estate], b. Indiana
    James Dunn, 39, male, merchant, [no Real Estate], b. Kentucky
    J. R. Dunn, 29, male, merchant, [no Real Estate], b. Kentucky
    Robt. C. Dunn, 27, male, merchant, [no Real Estate], b. Kentucky

  7. Probate Final Settlement Records (LDS #1015340), in Missouri. Probate Court (Lewis County). Probate records, 1833-1917; indexes, 1833-1976. (Salt Lake City, Utah: Genealogical Society of Utah, 1977, 2000), Vols E-F, 1858-1878, Primary quality.

    Notes against Robert C. Dunn charged on inventory which I have been unable to collect on account of his having been to California from the beginning of this administration which I think may hereafter be collected - $161.03

  8. Fort Colville Precinct, Stevens, Washington Territory, in United States. 1870 U.S. Census Population Schedule, HH 153, Fam 153, Primary quality.

    Dunn, James, 59, gold miner, PE = $100, b. KY
    , Robert, 50, mule packer, PE = $100, b. KY
    Hamsin, John, 30, Comm Laborer, PE = $900, b. OH

  9. Walla Walla Statesman, in Washington History : Historical Newspapers, p. 3, Column 3 - List of Letters, 26 Jun 1875 (accessed 12 Nov 2013).

    List of Letters remaining in Post Office for week ending June 25th 1875:
    Robert C. Dunn