Clark Burris Dunshee
M, b. 8 October 1929, d. 23 February 1973
|Birth*||Clark Burris Dunshee was born on 8 October 1929 at Fort Dodge, Webster Co., IA.2 |
|He was the son of Reno Rex Dunshee and Freida Dale Burris.1 |
|Note*||Clark Burris Dunshee served as a SFC in the 1 Bn 179 Inf OK Arng in WWII.3 |
|Marriage*||He married Yvonne Rae McCarty circa 1948.4 |
|Marriage*||Clark Burris Dunshee married Neva Agnes Smith on 2 February 1951 at Council Bluffs, Pottawattamie Co., IA. |
|Death*||Clark Burris Dunshee died on 23 February 1973 at age 43.2,3 |
|Burial*||He was buried at Blackwell I.O.O.F. Cemetery, 2 miles south of Blackwell, Kay Co., OK.3 |
- [S56] Frank & Evelyn Dunshee, "Frank Dunshee Family Tree."
- [S217] SSDI, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm, 482-28-4757.
- [S625] Pioneer Genealogical Society, Cemetery Inscriptions, Kay Co., OK, p. 34.
- [S1268] Charmaine LaDayl (Dunshee) Ewert, "I have info for you & I have family info to add," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, 23 Sep 2004 & 31 May 2006 & 29 Jul 2006.
- [S1458] Charmaine LaDayl (Dunshee) Ewert, "I have family info to add," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, 31 May 2006.
Clark Lindsay Dunshee
M, b. 23 September 1913, d. 5 May 1965
|Note*||Clark Lindsay Dunshee and Dane L. Dunshee may be related, based upon both having died in San Mateo Co., CA.1 |
|Birth*||Clark Lindsay Dunshee was born on 23 September 1913 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah. |
|He was the son of Clark Orral Dunshee and Mary Lindsay. |
|Residence*||Clark Lindsay Dunshee lived in July 1961 at Burlingame, CA.2 |
|Marriage*||He married Louella Marie Behnke, daughter of (?) Behnke and (?) Dalton, before 1965.3 |
|Death*||Clark Lindsay Dunshee died on 5 May 1965 at San Mateo Co., CA, at age 51.4,5,6 |
|Burial*||He was buried on 26 May 1965 at 1300 Sneath Lane, San Bruno, San Mateo Co., CA.3 |
- [S559] Dunshee deaths between 1930 and 1994, CADI.
- [S1640] Ancestry's Historical Newspapers, Birth, Marriage, & Death Announcements, 1851-2003, online http://content.ancestry.com/Browse/list.aspx, Los Angeles Times, 14 July 1961, Mary L. Dunshee Funeral Announcement.
- [S1544] Ancestry.com - U.S. Veterans Gravesites, ca.1775-2006, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/db.aspx?dbid=8750&enc=1
- [S217] SSDI, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm, 085-01-4551.
- [S559] Dunshee deaths between 1930 and 1994, CADI, State File #50563.
- [S560] Tami Longworth, "CADI Lookup," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, 15 Sep 1999.
Clark Orral Dunshee
M, b. July 1875
|Birth*||Clark Orral Dunshee was born in July 1875 at IA.1,2,3 |
|He was the son of Alfred Dunshee and Zeruah Johnson.1 |
|Occupation||Clark Orral Dunshee was a "Collector Tribune" in 1900.3 |
|Marriage*||He married Mary Lindsay, daughter of Alice (?), on 11 January 1911 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT.2,4 |
|Story*||The Westmoreland Place development had its beginnings in April, 1913 when the brother filed a plat for a new ``exclusive subdivision'' on the east bench at 1300 South and 1500 East. This area was a bit above the downtown smoke and soot from railroads, industrial development, and the prevalent soft coal smoke of city homes. Another factor in the subdivision's location was the trolley car line on 1500 East that ran past the Uintah School and on to Sugar House. Jane Brinckerhoff and Stephanie Turner, both students of local history, were told by a Clark Dunshee daughter that the name Westmoreland Place was chosen by the British wives of the developers. This could be the case, but parenthetically, Salt Lake business executive Jack Lossee tells me there is a Westmoreland Place in St. Louis, and I'm familiar with another in California's Imperial Valley. More to the point, there is a similarly named development in Pasadena, where the Gamble House, a bungalow well known to many arch itects, was built by the firm of Greene and Greene.|
Racist Covenants: The Heritage Foundation newsletter makes clear that no municipal zoning laws existed in Salt Lake in 1913. Instead, subdividers used restrictive covenants to control construction. Dunshee lots could only be sold to members of the white race, back then and in the future! The Dunshees required purchasers to spend at least $3,000 for construction of new residences. No garage could be built prior to completion of a house, preventing a ``shacky'' look. Finally and wisely, each house had to have a 25-foot front setback and a 35-foot rear setback.
Street pavement and curb-and-gutter work came almost immediately, and homes rose almost at once on Westmoreland, Filmore, Sherman and Glenmare streets, as well as on Harrison, which connected with local through-streets. In design, most Westmoreland Place bungalows were built from a popular California bungalow pattern book by Eric and William Ryberg.5,6
|Occupation*||Clark Orral Dunshee was in the real estate business in in January 1920 at Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT.2 |
|Census*||He and Mary Lindsay appeared on the census of 16 January 1920 at 1988 14th Street East, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT.2 |
|Burial*||Clark Orral Dunshee was buried on 26 August 1923 at Mount Olivet Cemetery, Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., UT; reburied 19 Apr 1965 in plot O 161 3.7,8 |
- [S211] 1880 U.S. Census of Fairfield, Jefferson Co., Iowa,, Washington, DC, families 118 & 123.
- [S341] 16 Jan 1920 U.S. Census of Salt Lake City, Salt Lake Co., Utah, Washington, DC, E.D. 94, sheet 16, line 43.
- [S649] 1900 U.S. Census of Salt Lake CIty, Salt Lake CO., UT, Washington, DC, sheet 8, line 69.
- [S1710] Patricia Lindsay Clemons, "Dunshee families," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, 24 Feb 2009.
- [S422] Cohn House by Dunshee's, online http://www.history.state.ut.us/newslttr/96aug/96aug05.htm
- [S827] ProQuest, online, p. E.2.
- [S724] FindAGrave Website, online http://www.findagrave.com/index.html, Dunshee search on 2 Oct 2000.
- [S742] Utah Cemetery Database, online http://history.utah.org/Services/lcburials.html, Dunshee, Oral Clark.
Claude C. Dunshee1
M, b. 7 October 1882, d. 29 November 1932
|Birth*||Claude C. Dunshee was born on 7 October 1882 at Troy Twp., Richland Co., OH.2 |
|He was the son of Thomas Eugene Dunshee and Adella J. Cleland.2 |
|Marriage*||Claude C. Dunshee married Cleva A. Lanehart, daughter of William Lanehart and Pauline (?), circa 29 October 1902 at Canada; left Tuesday night for Canada, and returned on Thursday. Newspaper account was Wednesday, 5 November.3,4 |
|Residence*||Claude C. Dunshee lived in November 1909 at IN.5 |
|Occupation||He was a laborer in a flouring mill in April 1910.6 |
|Census*||He and Cleva A. Lanehart appeared on the census of April 1910 at Plymouth St., Lexington Village, Richland Co., OH; Claude B. Dunshee, age 27, married 8 years to Cleva A., age 26; daughters, Georgia I., age 7; and Mildred J., age 5.6 |
|Occupation*||Claude C. Dunshee was a road salesman in January 1920.3 |
|Census*||He and Cleva A. Lanehart appeared on the census of January 1920 at Main St., Lexington, Richland Co., OH.3 |
|Death*||Claude C. Dunshee died on 29 November 1932 at his home, Lexington, Richland Co., OH, at age 50.7 |
- [S892] Descendants of Thomas Pott, online.
- [S645] International Genealogical Index (IGI), Dunshee, C.C.
- [S1267] Jan 1920 U.S. Census of Lexington, Richland County, Ohio, unknown repository address, ED 226, pg 10B.
- [S1579] The Mansfield News, 5 Nov 1902, Part 2, p. 1.
- [S1583] Mansfield News, various, 4 Nov 1909.
- [S1562] 29 Apr 1910 U.S. Census of Troy Twp., Richland Co., Ohio, unknown repository address, ED 203, image 16 & 12, p. 8B & 6B.
- [S1581] The Mansfield News, 29 Nov 1932, p. 11.
Cleo M. Dunshee1
?, b. 31 May 1918, d. 7 June 1992
|Birth*||Cleo M. Dunshee was born on 31 May 1918.2 |
|Cleo M. Dunshee was the child of James Forest Dunshee and Burneice (?).1 |
|Residence*||Cleo M. Dunshee lived before 1951 at NJ; when obtaining SSN.2 |
|Death*||Cleo M. Dunshee died on 7 June 1992 at age 74.2 |
F, b. circa 1841
|Birth*||Cliantha Dunshee was born circa 1841 at OH.1,2 |
|She was the daughter of William Dunshee and Nancy Lackore.1 |
|Marriage*||Cliantha Dunshee married J. W. Barrett before 1873.3 |
|Census*||Cliantha Dunshee and J. W. Barrett appeared on the census of 9 June 1880 at Camanche City, Clinton Co., IA.3 |
- [S233] 31 July 1850 Census Bedford Twp, Cuyahoga Co, OH, Washington, DC, family 1282.
- [S1389] Aug 1870 U.S. Census of Camanche, Clinton Co., Iowa, unknown repository address, p. 20, image 36.
- [S1272] 09 Jun 1880 U.S. Census of Camanche City, Clinton County, Iowa, unknown repository address, E.D. 303, p. 392A, family 103.
Clint H. Dunshee
|Clint H. Dunshee is the son of Hershel E. Dunshee.1 |
|Marriage*||Clint H. Dunshee married Mary C. Schwartzfisher on 14 August 1982 at Emmet Co., MI.2 |
|Divorce*||Clint H. Dunshee and Mary C. Schwartzfisher were divorced on 2 December 2002 at El Paso Co., CO.3 |
Cloyce Merwin Dunshee1,2
M, b. 22 August 1915, d. 14 September 1965
|Birth*||Cloyce Merwin Dunshee was born on 22 August 1915 at Osceola, Clarke Co., IA.1,2 |
|He was the son of Charles Eugene Dunshee and Blanche V. Wallace.3 |
|Marriage*||Cloyce Merwin Dunshee married Alice May Smyth, daughter of William Smyth and Emma Thuerauf, on 17 September 1938 at Solon, Johnson Co., IA.4 |
|Death*||Cloyce Merwin Dunshee died on 14 September 1965 at Cook Co., IL, at age 50.1,5 |
- [S217] SSDI, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm, 484-10-1968.
- [S783] Ancestry.com database, online http://ancestry.com/, U.S. WW II Army Enlistment for Cloyce M. DUnshee.
- [S56] Frank & Evelyn Dunshee, "Frank Dunshee Family Tree."
- [S1662] The Gazette, 20 Apr 20005, p. 4B.
- [S1706] Historical Cook County, Illinois Vital Records, online http://www.cookcountygenealogy.com, see death file #665195 for Clyce M. Dunshee.
Clyde W. Dunshee
- [S1659] The Hartford Courant, 6 Nov 2002, p. B10.