John B. BRUNOT

1945 - ____

Father: William T. BRUNOT
Mother: Catherine E. KENNEDY


                         _________________________
                        |                         
 _William T. BRUNOT ____|
| (1908 - ....)         |
|                       |_________________________
|                                                 
|
|--John B. BRUNOT 
|  (1945 - ....)
|                        _James Lawrence KENNEDY _+
|                       | (1866 - 1958)           
|_Catherine E. KENNEDY _|
  (1910 - ....)         |
                        |_Anne Finnegan MCCABE ___
                          (1875 - 1961)           

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William Gartrell CURTIS

[46]

1955 - ____

Father: William Gartrell CURTIS
Mother: Mary Ann KENNEDY


                            ____________________________
                           |                            
 _William Gartrell CURTIS _|
| (1927 - ....)            |
|                          |____________________________
|                                                       
|
|--William Gartrell CURTIS 
|  (1955 - ....)
|                           _James Aloysius KENNEDY ____+
|                          | (1894 - ....)              
|_Mary Ann KENNEDY ________|
  (1927 - ....)            |
                           |_Margaret Catherine MUSICK _
                             (1899 - ....)              

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[46] William was Adopted.


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John DALTON

1897 - ____

Family 1 : Veronica OWENS

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Laurence DESMOND

____ - ____

Father: Jerry DESMOND
Mother: Ellen RILEY


                       _Cornelius DESMOND __+
                      | (1826 - ....)       
 _Jerry DESMOND ______|
|                     |
|                     |_Johanna LUCEY ______
|                                           
|
|--Laurence DESMOND 
|  
|                      _____________________
|                     |                     
|_Ellen RILEY ________|
                      |
                      |_____________________
                                            

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Mary (May) DESMOND

5 Nov 1890 - 17 Feb 1942

Father: Andrew DESMOND
Mother: Abigail (Abbey) HORGAN

Family 1 : Jerry HEALY

                           _Patrick DESMOND ____
                          | (.... - 1878)       
 _Andrew DESMOND _________|
| (1837 - 1901) m 1878    |
|                         |_Mary HORGAN ________
|                                               
|
|--Mary (May) DESMOND 
|  (1890 - 1942)
|                          _____________________
|                         |                     
|_Abigail (Abbey) HORGAN _|
  (1852 - ....) m 1878    |
                          |_____________________
                                                

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Edward A. DUNNING

[129]

9 May 1913 - ____

Father: Hester Berger DUNNNG
Mother: Elisha A. DUNNING

Family 1 : Mary Agnes DESMOND
  1. +Edward DUNNING

                         __
                        |  
 _Hester Berger DUNNNG _|
|                       |
|                       |__
|                          
|
|--Edward A. DUNNING 
|  (1913 - ....)
|                        __
|                       |  
|_Elisha A. DUNNING ____|
                        |
                        |__
                           

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[129] Edward A. Dunning:
To Gregory, my Grandson,
I, Edward A.Dunning was born May 9,1913 to the parent's of Elisha A.Dunning and
Hester Berger Dunning in Perry Oklahoma. We moved to Blackwell Oklahoma to
another farm when I was10 years old.On the way up, I rode a horse and drove a
herd of cattle with my brother Delmer and grandfather [Paris Chipman Dunning] I
know I was 10 years because about 12 miles south of Blackwell, I went into a
Tavern to get a drink of water and the guy asked me how old are you son? I said
I was10, and he said, did it take you 10 years to get that dirty. Of course the
reason I was that dirty is because of riding a horse and it was in August and
the dust was 6 inches deep and we had dust all over us. Anyway we Lived on a
farm, and I went to a Country school there. Then later on my Father moved into
town and worked in a zinc mill as a smelter, so we went to the Schools there. I
went to Junior High and then to High School but didn't graduate with only a half
year to go, because I wanted to try my luck at something else, so I went out
into Eastern Colorado to work in the Broom Corn harvest, I think I was getting
$1.00 a day. Then I went into a town in Western Kansas and worked in what they
called the Milady harvest. I came back home that fall, and did not do anything
that winter, then the next spring my Uncle Enos came by and we went back to a
little town in Kansas because a fellow I worked owed me $20.00 I took the $20.00
and spent the night and then went to Dodge City where my Aunt Zella Uncle Rocky
lived and he had a cousin who was living there and was stranded, he had come
from California and had no way to get back and he did not have any money, so he
talked me into giving him the $20.00 to buy gasoline, and took me, my Uncle Enos
and all his rest family to California. We sleep out on the ground and ate very
little, and finally made it to Pasadena California but we ran out of everything,
so Uncle Enos hocked his watch to get us on the way to San Pedro we and stayed
there for several weeks. My Uncle Enos got a job digging a ditch so we a little
money and left there, and caught a freight train over the mountains into the San
Juaqin Valley and we went up to Visuala California and stayed with a cousin of
my Uncle's for a few days, and we were going to get a job picking grapes but the
grapes never got ripe soon enough. So we finally went on up to the valley and
caught a ride and one way or another we arrived Walnut Creek California, which
is just across the mountains from Oakland California, where I had an Aunt and
some cousins and we stayed there for a few weeks and I did some painting for my
cousin. After that we went on back to the Valley picking plums, we stayed for a
week or two and went on down into the valley and Los Angelos and stayed with
another cousin, from there we ended up in Imperial Valley, which is just outside
of San Diego where they grow lettuce, cucumbers and all kinds of vegetables were
grown, it was a beautiful valley. We stayed for three days and caught a ride
through the desert to Yuma Arizona and that night we crawled on top of a
passenger train going east to Texas. We rode that train all night and the next
morning we came into a little
town in the mountains of Arizona and the conductor saw us up there, and Boy!!
was he mad. Anyway, we jumped off and stayed as far away as we could from him.
After that, a freight train came in and so we and we got top of that and rode
the rest of the way to El Paso Texas and we used the money we earned picking
plums
to buy food and when the train stopped we get off to buy Bologna and Bread and
that all we lived on till we got home. While in El Pasa we took a Rock Island
train and went north up through the pan handle of Texas to Newton Kansas where
we got off and caught a ride down to Blackwell and to farm where my parents
lived, with only a dime in my pocket, I came home with my rear end out and no
money, and for the rest summer I had to
find work. In the fall I went back to school and graduated in spring. The next
spring I went to a Junior college in Tonkawa Oklahoma which was 4 miles south of
our farm and took my freshman courses. The following year I went to Oklahoma
State University enrolled in Engineering and after 3 years I got my bachelor's
science degree in mechanical Engineering. That next spring I got a job with
Ralston Purina and worked there for two years and I was transferred to Wilm.De
in 1940, and I met your grandmother Mary Agnes Desmond and we were married in
Sacred Heart Church in Wilm.and there were 9 happy birth events, Michael, Steve,
Dick, Jane, Joe, John, Jim, Bobby, and 9th one was your Father, Ed and that
brings you up to date.
Your Grandpop, Edward A. Dunning.
New information Grandpop added to this family tree on Thanksgiving Nov. 25 2004
at age 91: YOUR GREAT GRANDMOTHER AGNES BERGER'S MOTHER WAS FULL BLOODED NATIVE
AMERICAN WYANDOTTE INDIAN FROM THE GREAT LAKES, IN THE CHICAGO AREA. AGNES'S
MOTHER MARRIED GREAT GREAT GRANDFATHER BERGER AND THEY MOVE TO PERRY OKLAHOMA
DURING THE LAND RUSH AND CLAIMED LAND THERE, AND FARMED.


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Valerie Stephanie JOERN

23 Oct 1995 - ____

Father: Steven JOERN
Mother: Donna SNADER


                       _____________________
                      |                     
 _Steven JOERN _______|
|                     |
|                     |_____________________
|                                           
|
|--Valerie Stephanie JOERN 
|  (1995 - ....)
|                      _Donald SNADER ______
|                     | (1934 - ....) m 1957
|_Donna SNADER _______|
  (1964 - ....)       |
                      |_Aileen MEYER _______+
                        (1936 - ....) m 1957

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