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Re: Shakers of Kentucky
Posted by: linda dunlavy (ID *****9721) Date: August 31, 2002 at 15:40:05
In Reply to: Shakers of Kentucky by Nancy Reddy of 310

The records that I have show:

John Dunlavy Born 3/27/1769
to Anthony Dunlevy and Hannah White Dunlavy
was a Presbyterian clergyman for 11 years, then left that church and was one of the founders of the New Light Church in Kentucky, in connection with Barton Stone in 1800.
then joined the Shakers.
He was married to a Cassie MacNema
He wrote "Dunlavy's Manifesto" about the Shaker society (which I cannot find a copy of the book)
Children: Harvey a/k/a James Harvey
Davis, Benjamin
Died 9/16/1826 in Vincennes, Indianna

but I also show:
Daniel Dunlavy
Born 1-19-1765 to Anthony & Hannah White Dunlavy
in Winchester PA
raised in Pennsylvania / went to Kentucky around 1800
was a Presbyterian in early life
married Martha Yocum 2-4-1802 in Mt Sterling KY, Montgomery County by a Presberian minister named Rev. Joseph Howe
Left wife, Martha Yocum, and 10 kids around 1816/1819 and joined the Shakers.
bore arms under Gen. Wayne @ Wabash before the treaty of Greenville.
Martha and kids moved to Indiana around 1828.
Martha was born 1-27-1785 and died 8-28-1838
Died at the age of 81 aound 2-19-1846
Children: Francis, John, William, James D. Anthony III, Rebecca, Matilda, Harvey, Daniel D. & Daniel II

Does any of this info match yours??

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