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Re: Dunkley/Bunkley possibility.
Posted by: Christine martin Date: April 04, 2000 at 17:30:23
In Reply to: Re: Dunkley/Bunkley possibility. by Connie of 458

I have also seen the will of John Bunkley of IOW in 1725. His daughter was named Mary Morgan. I am guessing that he meant his son John and son in law John Morgan. Alot of times they would refer to in laws as father or son or etc.

I have been searching many differnt families that have been mentioned by the wills, deeds etc. My Bunkley's went to Georgia by the 1780's and Brittain Bunkley b. 1752 in Virginia named his son Thomas Pitt Bunkley. I am trying to find out if this is because of a relation or a good friend of the family. I think that it is a relation, but haven't found it yet.

On the John Bunkley of Brunswick, what type of parish records do you have? I only have access to a few deed books that have been transcribed. Since I live in Florida, research in Virginia is a little difficult at times.

My previous message, I meant to say that I had found Moses, Ralph, Robert and John Dunkley in Brunswick deeds.



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