Nellie Dunshee1

F, b. April 1866

FatherFranklin N. Dunshee1 b. 21 Jul 1831, d. 4 Apr 1897
MotherLucretia C. Bryant1 b. Jun 1836, d. 9 Jan 1915
Nellie Dunshee|b. Apr 1866|p223.htm#i1757|Franklin N. Dunshee|b. 21 Jul 1831\nd. 4 Apr 1897|p176.htm#i1755|Lucretia C. Bryant|b. Jun 1836\nd. 9 Jan 1915|p66.htm#i1756|Robert Dunshee|b. c 1798\nd. 21 Sep 1850|p229.htm#i617|Zilpha Pettibone|b. c 1797\nd. 16 Oct 1882|p431.htm#i618|||||||

Last Edited17 Feb 2002

Birth*Nellie Dunshee was born in April 1866 at PA.1,2 
She was the daughter of Franklin N. Dunshee and Lucretia C. Bryant.1 
Marriage*Nellie Dunshee married (?) Manger between 1884 and 1919.1 
Residence*Nellie Dunshee lived on 14 January 1915 at Bainbridge, Chenango Co., NY.3 
Occupation*She was farming her own farm on 22 January 1920 at Hill Road, Sidney, Delaware Co., NY.1 

Family

(?) Manger b. circa 1865, d. before 1920

ChartsThomas Dunshee (b. before 1713)

Citations:

  1. [S345] 22 Jan 1920 - 2 Feb 1920 U.S. Census of Sidney, Delaware Co., New York, Washington, DC, E.D. 175, sheet 6, line 66 - sh, 7, ln 60.
  2. [S918] Delaware Co. NY USGenWeb transcription of the 1900 census of Sidney, NY, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~nydelawa/censid19.html
  3. [S484] Disability Military Pension for Franklin Dunshee / Widow's for Lucretia Dunshee, file numbers 704864 / 485347 ; US National Archives, Nellie D. Manger's letter of 14 Jan 1915.

Nellie A. Dunshee1

F, b. circa 1873

FatherNelson T. Dunshee2 b. 8 May 1827, d. 16 Aug 1911
MotherEsther Ann Naregon2 b. 28 Feb 1834, d. 23 Feb 1907
Nellie A. Dunshee|b. c 1873|p223.htm#i3340|Nelson T. Dunshee|b. 8 May 1827\nd. 16 Aug 1911|p223.htm#i2342|Esther Ann Naregon|b. 28 Feb 1834\nd. 23 Feb 1907|p413.htm#i2343|Elisha Dunshee|b. 2 Apr 1798\nd. 15 Jul 1866|p166.htm#i2352|Mary Drake|b. 26 Jun 1803\nd. b 1850|p114.htm#i2871|||||||

Last Edited10 Mar 2001

Birth*Nellie A. Dunshee was born circa 1873 at WI.2 
She was the daughter of Nelson T. Dunshee and Esther Ann Naregon.2 
Marriage*Nellie A. Dunshee married Henry A. McNutt on 4 July 1898 at Montcalm Co., MI.3 

Family

Henry A. McNutt

ChartsThomas Dunshee (b. before 1713)

Citations:

  1. [S506] MI, Montcalm GenWeb, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~mimontca/vital/marriages.htm
  2. [S789] 03 Jun 1880 U.S. Census of Crystal Twp., Montcalm Co., Michigan, Washington, DC, page 70, family 26.
  3. [S506] MI, Montcalm GenWeb, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~mimontca/vital/marriages.htm, see book C, page 213.

Nellie S. Dunshee1,2

F, b. 24 November 1883, d. 4 January 1974

Last Edited28 Dec 2001

Birth*Nellie S. Dunshee was born on 24 November 1883 at "other country".2 
Residence*She lived in 1974 at Los Angeles, Los Angeles Co., CA.1 
Death*She died on 4 January 1974 at Los Angeles Co., CA, at age 90.2 
DeathShe died on 15 January 1974 at age 90.1 

Citations:

  1. [S217] SSDI, online http://www.ancestry.com/search/rectype/vital/ssdi/main.htm, 562-66-5934.
  2. [S559] Dunshee deaths between 1930 and 1994, CADI.

Nelson Dunshee1

M, b. 3 May 1804, d. 26 December 1883

FatherRobert Dunshee2 b. c 1760, d. c 1819
Mother-OthBathsheba Eastman2 b. c 1780
Nelson Dunshee|b. 3 May 1804\nd. 26 Dec 1883|p223.htm#i1688|Robert Dunshee|b. c 1760\nd. c 1819|p229.htm#i1064|Bathsheba Eastman|b. c 1780|p258.htm#i2305|Thomas Dunshee|b. b 1733\nd. c 1790|p242.htm#i848|Elizabeth Moore|b. b 1735|p404.htm#i849|Capt. Cypron Eastman|b. 1749\nd. 23 May 1798|p258.htm#i2367|Rosannah Nelson||p415.htm#i2368|

Last Edited19 Jan 2007

Birth*Nelson Dunshee was born on 3 May 1804 at Bristol, Addison Co., VT.3,4,5 
He was the son of Robert Dunshee and Bathsheba Eastman.2 
Marriage*Nelson Dunshee married Diana Barnard, daughter of Rufus H. Barnard and Keturah Adams, on 3 December 1829 at Vergennes, Addison Co., VT.4,5 
Marriage*Nelson Dunshee married Maria Parker on 21 March 1847.2,5 
Census*Nelson Dunshee and Maria Parker appeared on the census of 1850 at Portage, Kalamazoo Co., MI.6 
Census*Nelson Dunshee appeared on the census of 29 July 1870 at Schoolcraft, Portage Twp., Kalamazoo Co., MI.7 
Occupation*He was a farmer in June 1880.8 
CensusHe and Maria Parker appeared on the census of June 1880 at Portage, Kalamazoo Co., MI.8 
Marriage*Nelson Dunshee married Lydia L. Parsons on 10 October 1882 at Schoolcraft, Kalamazoo Co., MI.2 
DeathNelson Dunshee died on 25 December 1883 at age 79.5 
Death*He died on 26 December 1883 at age 79.2 
Burial*He was buried at Sand Lake Cemetery, Pavilion Twp., Kalamazoo Co., MI.9 

Family 1

Diana Barnard b. 1809, d. 27 March 1846
Marriage*He married Diana Barnard, daughter of Rufus H. Barnard and Keturah Adams, on 3 December 1829 at Vergennes, Addison Co., VT.4,5 
Children

Family 2

Maria Parker b. 28 August 1814, d. 27 April 1882
Marriage*Nelson Dunshee married Maria Parker on 21 March 1847.2,5 

Family 3

Lydia L. Parsons
Marriage*Nelson Dunshee married Lydia L. Parsons on 10 October 1882 at Schoolcraft, Kalamazoo Co., MI.2 

ChartsThomas Dunshee (b. before 1713)

Citations:

  1. [S312] Donshea Dunshea Dunshee, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny/earthstar/, LDS Ancestral File, Ver 4.17.
  2. [S651] Bob Buegler, "Dunshee Descendants," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, 03 -24 Mar 2000.
  3. [S485] 1820 U.S. Census for Addison Co., VT, Washington, DC, page 46-A, 48-A, 48-A.
  4. [S651] Bob Buegler, "Dunshee Descendants," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, 03 -24 Mar 2000, (from Herva Dunshee's letter quoting Cornelius Dunshee family bible).
  5. [S1532] Sand Lake Cemetery Transcription, online http://www.rootsweb.com/~mikalama/sandlakecemetery.htm
  6. [S792] 1850 U.S. Census of Portage, Kalamazoo Co., Michigan, Washington, DC, page 76B, family 1121.
  7. [S912] 29 Jul 1870 U.S. Census of Schoolcraft, Portage Twp., Kalamazoo Co., Michigan, unknown repository address, family 183.
  8. [S1300] Jun 1880 U.S. Census of Portage, Kalamazoo Co., Michigan, unknown repository address, E.D. 138, p. 2.
  9. [S1531] Kalamazoo Co, MI Cemeteries, online http://ftp.rootsweb.com/pub/usgenweb/mi/kalamazoo/…
  10. [S317] Cornelius E. Dunshee Power of Attorney recorded in Addison Co. VT Probate File 1205.
  11. [S651] Bob Buegler, "Dunshee Descendants," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, 03 -24 Mar 2000, (1850 MI, Kalamazoo Co., Portage census for Nelson Duncia).

Nelson Albert Dunshee1

M, b. circa 1866, d. 1869

FatherCornelius Edward Dunshee1 b. c Aug 1835, d. 1 Feb 1922
MotherElizabeth Burson1 b. c 1840, d. 18 Jan 1920
Nelson Albert Dunshee|b. c 1866\nd. 1869|p223.htm#i1691|Cornelius Edward Dunshee|b. c Aug 1835\nd. 1 Feb 1922|p156.htm#i2334|Elizabeth Burson|b. c 1840\nd. 18 Jan 1920|p68.htm#i2335|Nelson Dunshee|b. 3 May 1804\nd. 26 Dec 1883|p223.htm#i1688|Diana Barnard|b. 1809\nd. 27 Mar 1846|p39.htm#i1689|||||||

Last Edited17 Jan 2000

Birth*Nelson Albert Dunshee was born circa 1866.2 
He was the son of Cornelius Edward Dunshee and Elizabeth Burson.1 
Death*Nelson Albert Dunshee died in 1869 at San Francisco, San Francisco Co., CA.2 

ChartsThomas Dunshee (b. before 1713)

Citations:

  1. [S312] Donshea Dunshea Dunshee, online http://www.angelfire.com/ny/earthstar/, San Francisco Call Newspaper, 1869 Deaths, compiled by Jim W. Faulkinbury, C.G.R.S., P.O. Box 60727, Sacremento, CA 95860-0727.
  2. [S591] San Francisco Call Newspaper Abstract, online http://feefhs.org/fdb2/1888/88-007.html

Nelson T. Dunshee1

M, b. 8 May 1827, d. 16 August 1911

FatherElisha Dunshee2 b. 2 Apr 1798, d. 15 Jul 1866
MotherMary Drake3 b. 26 Jun 1803, d. b 1850
Nelson T. Dunshee|b. 8 May 1827\nd. 16 Aug 1911|p223.htm#i2342|Elisha Dunshee|b. 2 Apr 1798\nd. 15 Jul 1866|p166.htm#i2352|Mary Drake|b. 26 Jun 1803\nd. b 1850|p114.htm#i2871|Robert Dunshee|b. c 1760\nd. c 1819|p229.htm#i1064|Bathsheba Eastman|b. c 1780|p258.htm#i2305|Oliver Drake|b. 13 Jul 1767\nd. 19 Oct 1829|p115.htm#i2872|Ruth Sever|b. 1774\nd. 1863|p465.htm#i2873|

Last Edited9 Feb 2005

Birth*Nelson T. Dunshee was born on 8 May 1827 at VT; even though the 1850 census says he was born in New York.1,4,2,5 
He was the son of Elisha Dunshee and Mary Drake.2,3 
Occupation* In 1850 Nelson T. Dunshee was a blacksmith living with, and perhaps apprenticed to, an older blacksmith, John C. White and his family at Hinsdale, Cattaraugus Co., NY.4 
MarriageHe married Esther Ann Naregon on 18 September 1857, according to the Drake Genealogy which might have mistaken 1852 for 1857. The 1852 date would be in keeping with the birthdates of Eugene and Dwight.1,2,6 
OccupationNelson T. Dunshee was a blacksmith in 1860.7 
CensusHe and Esther Ann Naregon appeared on the census of June 1860 at Oakfield, Fond du Lac Co., WI; Nelson T. Dunshee, age 33; Esther, age 26; Gain E., age 7; Dwight, age 4; Mary, age 3; Julia E. age 6/12.7 
Census*Nelson T. Dunshee and Esther Ann Naregon appeared on the census of 30 June 1870 at Ferris, Montcalm Co., MI.6 
NoteNelson T. Dunshee proved his homestead on 6 Jan 1871, his wife and four children having lived on it for five years, improving it with a one-story 18' x 26' log house with two doors, four windows, a shake roof, and a board floor. He had cultivated about six acres, chopped four acres, built a 16' x 20' log stable, and planted an orchard of fifty trees.8 
CensusHe and Esther Ann Naregon appeared on the census of 3 June 1880 at Crystal Twp., Montcalm Co., MI.5 
BaptismNelson T. Dunshee was baptized on 24 March 1907 at Reorg. LDS, Inland, Schoolcraft Co., MI; by W.D. Ellis.9 
Death*He died on 16 August 1911 at age 84.1 

Family

Esther Ann Naregon b. 28 February 1834, d. 23 February 1907
MarriageHe married Esther Ann Naregon on 18 September 1857, according to the Drake Genealogy which might have mistaken 1852 for 1857. The 1852 date would be in keeping with the birthdates of Eugene and Dwight.1,2,6 
Children

ChartsThomas Dunshee (b. before 1713)

Citations:

  1. [S440] Susan Easton Black, Early Members RLDS, p. 591-592.
  2. [S669] Louis Stoughton Drake, Drake Family Genealogy, p. 57.
  3. [S651] Bob Buegler, "Dunshee Descendants," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, 03 -24 Mar 2000.
  4. [S585] 1850 US Census of Hinsdale, Cattaraugus Co., New York, Washington, DC, page 131, family 36.
  5. [S789] 03 Jun 1880 U.S. Census of Crystal Twp., Montcalm Co., Michigan, Washington, DC, page 70, family 26.
  6. [S684] 30 Jun 1870 U.S. Census for Ferris, Montcalm Co., Michigan, Washington, DC, pg. 122, families 5, 8, & 9 respectively.
  7. [S1351] 1860 U.S. Census of Oakfield, Fond du Lac Co., Wisconsin, unknown repository address, P. 152 (or 767), image 8.
  8. [S507] Homestead File, Patent # 1757, Application # 783; Nelson T. Dunshee, Homestead Act of May 20, 1862; Iona, Michigan Land Office, US National Archives.
  9. [S440] Susan Easton Black, Early Members RLDS, p. 591-592 (cited source: RLDS Deceased Files, Early Reorganization Minutes, 1872-1905, Book H, Inland, Michigan, RLDS Branch Records).
  10. [S441] Unknown author, "unknown short article title."
  11. [S476] 1900 U.S. Census of Riverside, Missaukee Co., Michigan, Washington, DC, E.D. 117, sheet 2 / 9, (page 253A / 260B).
  12. [S476] 1900 U.S. Census of Riverside, Missaukee Co., Michigan, Washington, DC, E.D. 117, sheet 2 / 9, (page 253A / 260B), Garry's enumeration.

Neva June Dunshee1

F, b. 29 November 1933, d. 23 November 2006

FatherLawrence Alva Dunshee b. 24 May 1905, d. 12 Oct 1983
MotherDrexel May Loghry b. 30 Aug 1910, d. 4 Mar 2006
Neva June Dunshee|b. 29 Nov 1933\nd. 23 Nov 2006|p223.htm#i763|Lawrence Alva Dunshee|b. 24 May 1905\nd. 12 Oct 1983|p205.htm#i120|Drexel May Loghry|b. 30 Aug 1910\nd. 4 Mar 2006|p364.htm#i761|Orlando F. Dunshee|b. 3 Apr 1867\nd. 9 Jan 1945|p224.htm#i115|Nancy Perkins|b. c 1870\nd. 1963|p430.htm#i727|William Loghry||p364.htm#i3609|Lydia (?)||p16.htm#i3610|

Last Edited9 Mar 2007

Birth*Neva June Dunshee was born on 29 November 1933 at east of, Mutual, Woodward Co., OK.1,2 
She was the daughter of Lawrence Alva Dunshee and Drexel May Loghry
Marriage*Neva June Dunshee married Robert Edward Lee on 27 November 1952 at Woodward Co., OK.3,4 
Death*Neva June Dunshee died on 23 November 2006 at age 72.2 

Family

Robert Edward Lee
Children

ChartsWilliam and Susannah Dunshee's Descendants
Unknown Dunshee Father (b. before 1745)

Citations:

  1. [S854] William John North
    , 4 Aug 2001.
  2. [S1557] June Lee obituary, online.
  3. [S849] Woodward Co., OK USGenweb, online http://www.usgennet.org/usa/ok/county/woodward/database/…
  4. [S1013] Woodward Co. OK Marriage Index: see book 18, p. 478.

Nicole Brianne Dunshee1

F

FatherCharles Robert Dunshee2
MotherMargit Heidi Gyurko1
Nicole Brianne Dunshee||p223.htm#i3317|Charles Robert Dunshee||p152.htm#i3300|Margit Heidi Gyurko||p292.htm#i4493|Robert S. Dunshee Jr||p232.htm#i4492|Julie M. Nielsen||p416.htm#i3977|||||||

Last Edited13 Mar 2005

Nicole Brianne Dunshee is the daughter of Charles Robert Dunshee and Margit Heidi Gyurko.1,2 

ChartsUnknown Dunshee Father (b. before 1745)

Citations:

  1. [S737] RootsWeb CA Birth Index, online http://vitals.rootsweb.com/ca/birth/search.cgi
  2. [S1399] Robert Stuart Dunshee Jr., 04 Dec 2004, notified by Bob Dunshee email from Sharon McClain's account (e-mail address).

Nina Dunshee1

F, d. 1 July 1914

Last Edited23 Jan 2007

Death*Nina Dunshee died on 1 July 1914 at Delaware Co., NY.1 

Citations:

  1. [S1538] NY, Delaware Co. Coroner's Reports, online http://www.dcnyhistory.org/coroners2.html

Col. Noble Finney Dunshee1

M, b. 4 April 1833, d. 4 April 1923

FatherRobert Dunshee1 b. c 1798, d. 21 Sep 1850
MotherZilpha Pettibone b. c 1797, d. 16 Oct 1882
Col. Noble Finney Dunshee|b. 4 Apr 1833\nd. 4 Apr 1923|p223.htm#i622|Robert Dunshee|b. c 1798\nd. 21 Sep 1850|p229.htm#i617|Zilpha Pettibone|b. c 1797\nd. 16 Oct 1882|p431.htm#i618|Thomas Dunshee|b. 1758\nd. 29 Nov 1846|p241.htm#i520|Hannah Smith|b. 29 Aug 1763\nd. 16 Feb 1821|p475.htm#i521|Elisha Pettibone||p431.htm#i2000||||

Last Edited11 Feb 2005

Birth*Col. Noble Finney Dunshee was born on 4 April 1833 at Bristol, Addison Co., VT.2 
He was the son of Robert Dunshee and Zilpha Pettibone.1 
NoteCol. Noble Finney Dunshee went to the gold fields of California. circa 1853.3 
Marriage*He married Charlotte W. Soper, daughter of Henry C. Soper and Eliza (?), on 4 February 1857 at Bristol, Addison Co., VT by Rev. David Bosworth.4 
NoteCol. Noble Finney Dunshee went to gold fields of Colorado for two years, and reportedly bought property in Denver in 1859.2 
NoteHe Capt. in Co. G, 14th Reg. Vermont Volunteers, later attached to First Army Corp. circa 1863. 
OccupationHe was owner of a grist mill with James Whitney at Bristol, Addison Co., VT.5 
OccupationHe was a dry goods merchant in 1880.6 
CensusHe appeared on the census of June 1880 at Bristol, Addison Co., VT; Noble F. Dunshee, age 47; Charlotte, age 42; Jessie F., age 18; Harry S., age 6; Henry C. Warner, age 54; Minerva D. Warner; Zilpha Dunshee, age 83; Calista J. Pullman (domestic servant), age 21; Edward C. Parker, age 21; and Arthur C. Johnson, age 19 - both clerks in Noble's dry goods store.6 
Occupation*He was owner of dry goods store in the in 1883 at W.E. Dunshee's block, Bristol, Addison Co., VT.7 
Census*He appeared on the census of 1920 at West St,, Bristol, Addison Co., VT.8 
Death*He died on 4 April 1923 at Bristol, Addison Co., VT, at age 90.3 
Burial*He was buried on 6 April 1923 at Greenwood Cemetery Section 2, lot 9 (large granite block), Bristol, Addison Co., VT.9,10 
StoryThe popular merchant of this name in Bristol is one of those men everybody likes to meet, inasmuch as his past experiences have given him a fund of anecdotes whose recital makes him a most charming companion. He spent some time in California at the most interesting period connected with the history of the famous 'forty-niners' and was an eye witness to the mining camp life...A good deal of what happened in the then turbulent territory was seen by Mr. Dunshee, and he came in contact with some of the actors who made California history of the kind peculiar in the early fifties....But besides all this, Mr. Dunshee has much to tell of the Civil war, in which he figured creditably and conspicuously, and few have seen life in all its phases and moods with a more observant eye than the genial merchant to whom this biography is devoted.
Noble F. Dunshee was born in Bristol, April 4, 1833 and twenty years afterward made the trip to California by what was then known as the 'overland route,' to distinguish it from the passage by way of the Isthmus of Panama. He remained in California until 1854, and during the subsequent five years was getting his first knowledge of the mercantile business as clerk in a dry-goods store, in Bristol. In 1859 he went to Colorado and spent two years in the mining regions of that state, after which he returned to Bristol to become a soldier of the Union. In 1862 he enlisted in Company G, fourteenth Regiment, Vermont Volunteers, which had been recruited in and around Bristol and was later attached to the First Army Corps. He was in the battle of Gettysburg with his company which made a remarkably gallant record in that terrible struggle, losing four killed and thirteen wounded, out of fifty present for duty. As their enlistment had been only for nine months, he was mustered out in 1863, but remained in the government service as deputy provost marshal at Bristol. He spent some time in Florida securing recruits for the negro regiments then being organized by the government and at the close of the war began dealing in Merino sheep for shipment to western markets. This occupation continued two years when, in connection with others, he spent some time in the lumber business, but disposed of his interests in 1866 to engage in merchandising. In that year he started his present store at Bristol, which is one of the most pretentious establishments in the place, the building being sixty feet deep by fifty wide, containing two floors and furnishing employment for five clerks. In 1894 he took in L. O. Chapin as a partner, and now has the largest stock of dry-goods in the county, his being the leading house of its kind for miles around. Mr. Dunshee is a Republican and has long been a prominent figure in local politics. He was auditor of accounts over thirty years and sheriff of the county six years, being elected for three consecutive terms. The last time he made the race he received every vote in the county, but refused the nomination after that term was completed. In 1863-4 he represented the town in the legislature and was elected to the senate in 1878. He may be described as 'an all-around good citizen,' whose talent and energy were always in demand and found equal to any emergency.
After returning from the war, Mr. Dunshee organized a regiment of militia in his native county, and was made its colonel, but resigned upon going west. As a veteran of the vicil [sic] war he holds membership in Walter C. Dunton Post No. 110, G. A. R., and has attended every parade for thirty years. He has also been connected with Masons for many years, and belongs to the lodge of than ancient order at Bristol."2
 
Story*In looking back to the late 1800's and early 1900's some of the Old Timers (if any of the species are still around) would distinctly recall a citizen who was well known throughout Addison County and in many parts of this state. during his long life he had many interesting experiences. This was Mr. Noble F. Dunshee, quite commonly called Colonel Dunshee.
Mr. Dunshee was born April 4th, 1833 and spent most of his life in Bristol. In 1849 Mr. Dunshee with two friends went to California to the gold fields but evidently did not make any startling 'strikes.' In his stop in Denver he became very interested in the town and purchased a sizable piece of real estate. Some of his ideas were used as plans went forward to build the city in its beautiful location.
In February 1857 Mr. Dunshee married Charlotte Soper, the ceremony being performed by Rev. David Bosworth. Less than ten years later rumblings of the Civil War were troubling the whole country. It is known that Mr. Dunshee organized at Bristol on Sept. 8, 1862 the Vermont State Volunteer Militia. It was mustered into United States service at Brattleboro, Vermont October 21, 1862. Mr. Dunshee was Captain of his Co. G. 14th Regiment and served until the end of the war.
In 1863 Mr. Dunshee was a member of the State Legislature. Governor Gregory Smith on July 18, 1864 appointed Mr. Dunshee to recruit 500,000 volunteers for the State of Vermont. These were to be found among the Negroes of South Carolina and Florida.
For many years Mr. Dunshee and his family lived on West Street, the house being an old landmark of the town. In 1957 this house was moved back to make way for a Gulf Oil Station. He started a dry goods business in 1883 in company with Willis Peake. Later he established himself in the so-called Dunshee block. Here with his son he carried on an active dry goods store until his death in 1893 at the age of 90 years. [This doesn't compute with date of birth given in this sketch] His son Harry continuted with the business for several years.
Mr. N. F. dunshee was known far and near as a fine business man and reliable in all his dealings. At times interested in politics, but a love for fine race horses was his outstanding hobby. He owned and drove some fine racers."3
 

Family

Charlotte W. Soper b. 1838, d. 28 March 1911
Marriage*He married Charlotte W. Soper, daughter of Henry C. Soper and Eliza (?), on 4 February 1857 at Bristol, Addison Co., VT by Rev. David Bosworth.4 
Children

ChartsThomas Dunshee (b. before 1713)

Citations:

  1. [S197] 1850 U.S. Census of Bristol, Addison Co., Vermont, Washington, DC, families 68, 90, 96, & 261, p. 322B, family 68.
  2. [S199] Hiram Carleton, Hiram Carleton's History of Vermont.
  3. [S200] Frances P. Kneeland, and Helen N. Trombley for the Outlook Club Bertha H. Estes, Outlook Club's History of Bristol, VT.
  4. [S201] "Noble F. Dunshee Military Pension Application."
  5. [S369] Hon. Harvey Munsill Esq., Munsill's History of Bristol, VT, p. 105.
  6. [S1352] Jun 1880 U.S. Census of Bristol, Addison Co., Vermont, unknown repository address, E.D. 3, p. 1.
  7. [S195] H.P. Smith, Smith's History of Addison Co., VT.
  8. [S445] 1920 U.S. Census Bristol, Addison Co., Vermont, Washington, DC, E.D. 4, sheet 4, line 57 & sheet 7, lin 68.
  9. [S196] Dunshee Cemetery Markers in Greenwood Cemetery, Bristol, Vermont, Karol & Carol Dunshee personal files, 3180 Branding Iron Ct., Milliken, Weld Co., CO.
  10. [S365] John Burbank, "John Burbank," e-mail to Karol F. Dunshee, July 1998, Greenwood Cemetery Records, Bristol, VT (researched 28 Jul 1998) with some on site visits.
  11. [S364] Bristol, VT Vital Records: Vol. 3, pg. 247.
Close