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Re: Dungan/Mason marriages TN mid 1830's
Posted by: Patricia Mason Harris (ID *****6658) Date: January 08, 2003 at 20:04:26
In Reply to: Re: Dungan/Mason marriages TN mid 1830's by Carla of 913

135-137. WILLIAM DUNGAN, Madison Co., Tenn. Beloved sons WILLIAM HILL and GEORGE entire estate, including 150 acres. WILLIAM to have south half of land. Dau PARTHENA $3. Dau SALLY $25. Son NATHAN $5. Dau REBECCA $5. Son ALLEN $5. Son THOMAS $5. Dau POLLY $5. Personal property and chattels to son WILLIAM "in consideration of his attendance to me while living." Execs Benjamin F. Collinsworth, Joseph R. Reaves. November 3, 1852. Wits W. A. Jelks, L. Duncan, J. A. Pearson.

MCCX 7, page 121. Will probated November 7, 1853. Will Book Five

William Dungan married Mary Polly Mason on 13 February 1800 in Williamson County, TN. She died 22 December 1825, and William remarried to another Mary unknown. He had two children of that marriage, William Hill Mason and George Washington Dungan--the two sons above who inherited his estate.

The children of the first marriage received the amounts of money above.

William Dungan's children by Mary Polly Mason are:
Parthenia Dungan m Randall McKinney; Elizabeth, d Madison Co, TN; Sally m Thomas Malugin, moved to Greene Co MO; Nathan m (1) Lettice or Lillis Hamilton(2) Rebecca Berry, widow; From the will above, Polly is probably Mary Polly who married Livingston Sewell; son Thomas is the right age to have married his cousin Nancy Mason, daughter of Abram and Margaret Curry Mason; son Allen is right age to have married Jane Holmes and secondly Rebecca. Rebecca Dungan above in the will is the first mention I have seen of her.

Family letters had mentioned only one son for William Dungan, but the above places several more of the Dungan men of middle Tennessee.

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