The Puzzle of Your Past
In general, The John Dunham Society discovers, collects, and maintains a world-class structure of genealogical research devoted to the descendants of Deacon John Dunham - The First American Dunham.SPUPOPUPNO1
The John Dunham Society provides members access to an award-winning genealogical database, "The Next Generation", created by Darrin Lythgoe.
The John Dunham Society has several important goals. The most enjoyable is knowing that ancestry research brings family together through shared involvement...so get your family involved today!
John Dunham Database
The John Dunham Society maintains the largest collection of descendancy documents relating solely to Deacon John Dunham.
High standards in genealogical research are crucial. It maintains the integrity of a historical birth, marriage or death event. The John Dunham Society uses the same standards as The Mayflower Society.
All to often we forget our past. Each grave memorial is an individual record to our past. The John Dunham Society pledges its support to assist in cemetery cleanup, restoration and indexing.
Group forums are a great place to discuss various topics. You can join our forum to ask questions, give assistance, & discuss your ancestors.
Becoming a certified descendant of John Dunham is possible by providing documentation that shows your lineage. Find out how you can begin this fascinating & fun genealogical search.
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Member of the Grand Army of the Republic (GAR), and was a well-respected member of the community.
Wife of (1) Barnaba/Barnabas Morton Dunham & (2) George Back. Mother of nine children between two husbands.
- Duel Mayflower Society lineage.
Harvey was the son of Ebenezer & Priscilla Dunham and Phebe was the daughter of George & Ester Barrows.
They had no children.
Can you prove your lineage from Deacon John Dunham?
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