Person:Joseph Dunn (36)

Joseph Dunn
m. 19 Dec 1670
  1. Mary Dunn1671/72 - 1699
  2. Francis Dunn1673/74 - 1750
  3. Elizabeth Dunn1675/76 - 1756
  4. Hugh Dunn1678 - 1736
  5. Martha Dunn1681 - 1738
  6. Hannah Dunn1681 - 1748
  7. Samuel Dunn1683/84 - 1744
  8. Jonathan Dunn1688 - 1751
  9. Joseph Dunn1689/90 - 1748
  10. Benjamin Dunn1694 - 1719
m. 1711
  1. Rev James Dunn1712 - Bef 1751
  2. Martha Dunn1714 -
  3. Hezekiah Dunn1716 - 1769
  4. Rachel Dunn1718 -
  5. Benajah Dunn1720 - Aft 1781
  6. Joseph Dunn1722 - 1805
  7. Elizabeth DunnAbt 1724 -
  8. Hannah DunnAbt 1727 -
  9. Benjamin DunnAbt 1730 -
Facts and Events
Name Joseph Dunn
Gender Male
Birth[1] 20 Jan 1689/90 Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey
Religion[1] 1705 Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jerseyone of founders of the Seventh-day Baptist Church
Marriage 1711 to Hannah _____
Will[1] 20 Dec 1748
Death[1] 20 Dec 1748 Piscataway, Middlesex, New Jersey
Will[1] 2 Jan 1748/49 Essex County, New JerseyWill Proved
References
  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 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. 1-13.

    Will left 50 pounds money at 8 schillings the ounce to his wife Hannah
    To his son James, six shillings "as a Bar Cut him and his Heirs forever from any Part of my Estate Hereafter"
    To son Hezekiah, seven shillings
    to son Benajah, five Shillings
    to son Benjamin one bay horse
    to son Joseph five shillings
    to daughter Martha five Shillings
    to daughter Rachel five Shillings
    to daughter Elizabeth thirty Shillings
    to daughter Hannah five Shillings
    If wife Hannah dies before the 50 pounds given to her is expended, the Remainder to be paid to son Benjamin if living till he comes of age Twenty-one, and if not then to be equally divided among surviving children
    Son Joseph Dunn to be whole and sole Executor
    Signed 20 Dec 1748, Joseph X his mark Dunn
    Witnesses John Buchanan, Jonathan Dunn