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Re: Dunnam Family from South Carolina
Posted by: Margaret Bryan Date: August 01, 1999 at 13:00:33
In Reply to: Dunnam Family from South Carolina by James T Dunnam of 110

James, I am doggedly hanging onto the belief that the correct spelling of our name has always been 'Dunnam'. A John Dunnam (1588-1669)migrated from England to Plymouth MA in 1830; served in Plymouth Military Co. in 1643; was Dep. of Gen. Crt. 1639-1664. Ref: Frederick Virkes "Abridged Compendium".
Also found interesting in "Papers of Henry Laurens, Vol I, 1746-1755", p.209: "I called upon Mrs Applebee at DUNNAM

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