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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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“Thar’s Gold in Them Thar Georgia Hills”

I am a third great granddaughter of Joseph Ellis Dunagan and Lucinda Beall Dunagan. I was born and raised in Hall County Georgia where I grew up hearing the stories of my ancestors. One such story was of Joseph’s elusive … Continue reading

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Dunagan Land Warrants in Georgia

As stated previously in “Following Joseph” Joseph Dunagan was given a Land Warrant for 200 acres of land in Franklin County Georgia. The order was given on February 6, 1792 and on January 1, 1793 he received the warrant. His … Continue reading

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A Letter From James Reid Dunagan to R C Wood 1895

James Reid Dunagan was the youngest son of Ezekiel and Lydia Ann Brown Dunagan. He was born March 21, 1821 in east Hall County, Georgia. He lived on the land that his grandfather and father had settled in the late … Continue reading

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Dunagan Family Bible Records

A D Dunagan Family Bible Records (Certificate of Authenticity) The above file contains photo images of the Bible Records of Alfred Doster Dunagan, who was the son of James Reid Dunagan and grandson of Ezekiel and Lydia Ann Brown Dunagan. … Continue reading

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Following Joseph

Joseph Dunagan was born the son of Thomas and Sarah Dunagan in Orange County North Carolina in or around the year 1740. The summation of my research. is as follows: According to George Dunagan, whose researches I trust more than anyone … Continue reading

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The Grave Site of Ezekiel and Lydia Ann Brown Dunagan

This is the way the grave looked before the new grave marker was placed. As you can see there are two stones in the brambles, those were all that remained of the original tombstones.

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