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The Dunagan Family Reunion 2017

The Dunagan Family will be hosting our 2017 reunion on September 24, 2017 at the Gainesville Marina Lake Pavilion. If you are a descendant of Ezekiel Dunagan or any of his children we want to see you there. Come out … Continue reading

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Frederick Dunagan 1824-1907

  Frederick Dunagan is the oldest born son of Joseph Ellis and Lucinda Beall Dunagan and the grandson of Ezekiel and Lydia Ann Brown Dunagan. He was born on November 2, 1824 in Gainesville, Hall, Georgia. His father Joseph was … Continue reading

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The Will of Benjamin Black Dunagan 1795-1884

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Dunagan, Georgia

This is an 1899 map showing Dunagan, Hall County, Georgia. It is here that Joseph and Joshua Dunagan brought the first group of white settlers. Shortly after their arrival, Ezekiel and Isaiah came with the second group of settlers. Ezekiel … Continue reading

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Our Dunagan Reunion 2013

This was our fourth year to host the annual Dunagan Reunion for the gathering of Ezekiel and Lydia Ann Brown Dunagan’s descendants. I found that this year I was really looking forward to seeing the familiar faces of my new-found … Continue reading

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My Patriot Forefathers by Darline Dunagan Scruggs

During the 1830’s my ancestor’s continued to be actively engaged in the building and establishing of Hall County Georgia. It had been sixty years since Joshua Dunagan and his brother Joseph Dunagan (my fifth great grandfather) had brought the first … Continue reading

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Orders to Build at Donnegan’s Station 1793

As was stated in “Following Joseph”, we know that Joseph Dunagan (1740-1808) came into Georgia in or around 1790 and settled in Georgia’s original Franklin County. His land was near the Curahee Mountain on the upper North Fork of the … Continue reading

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