Yep that is the correct line, but they spell it Kunkle. I am not sure how far back it changed, but several of those people are still alive (my mother in law being one) and they definately spell it Kunkle. Not that it matters, the Kunkel/Kunkle surnames seems to swap back and forth constantly. I truly believe people spelled their names as they heard them back then.
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