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Thomas DUNKERSON
Lucretia MOORE
Husband:  Thomas DUNKERSON
Birth:  20 May 1763, Spotsylvania Co., VA
Death:  1 Jul 1835, Christian Co., KY
Father:  Mr. DUNKERSON
Mother:  Margaret __?__
Marriage:  2 Dec 1785, Rockingham Co., VA
Wife:  Lucretia MOORE
Birth:  1767, Rockingham Co., VA
Death:  1844, Christian Co., KY
Father:  Thomas MOORE
Mother:  Phoebe HARRISON
Children born in Rockingham Co., VA:
  1.  Phoebe DUNKERSON, b. ca. 1786 
  2.  Thomas DUNKERSON, b. 1791 
  3.  Robert DUNKERSON, b. ca. 1790
  4.  Margaret M. DUNKERSON, b. ca. 1792; m. Mr. CANTS 
  5.  Josiah DUNKERSON, b. ca. 1793/4 
  6.  John DUNKERSON, b. 1795
  7.  David DUNKERSON, b. ca. 1797; d. 1849, Chillicothe, Livingston Co., MO; m1. 6 Feb 1828, Hopkins Co., KY, Emily Ormond ASHBY; m2. 5 Sep 1831, Hopkins Co., KY, Sarah WOOLFOLK
  8.  Lucretia DUNKERSON, b. ca. 1799
  9.  Deanna DUNKERSON, b. ca. 1801; m. Mr. GOODTAL
10.  Washington DUNKERSON, b. 1806; d. 27 May 1877
Keywords for search engines:  genealogy; USA, US, United States, Kentucky, Missouri, Virginia

Sources:

1.  LDS.  Ancestral File (online).

2.  Broderbund.  World Family Trees.  Vol. 22, Pedigree #977.

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