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Disproving the ancestry of William Dungan, perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields

Thomas P. Dungan

Disproving the ancestry of William Dungan, perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields

by Thomas P. Dungan

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Published by T.P. Dungan in Bryans Road, MD (1094 Woodberry Dr., Bryans Road 20616) .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Ireland
    • Subjects:
    • Dungan family.,
    • Dungan, William, 1600-1636.,
    • Ireland -- Genealogy.

    • Edition Notes

      StatementThomas P. Dungan.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsCT867.5.D86 D86 1983
      The Physical Object
      Pagination17, [9] leaves ;
      Number of Pages17
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2929113M
      LC Control Number84164437

      Dungan is Republican in politics, and at present one of the Trustees of Union Township. The third-oldest Dungan brother, James M., had been 19 in After the Civil War began at Fort Sumter, South Carolina, on 12 April , James Dungan gained local notoriety for running away to . Participate In The Moorish Memory Book December 24th, Sign The Petition For President Barack Obama To Enforce The Executive Will Of President Abraham Lincoln December 4th, William Dungey vs. Joseph Spencer case: A time when President Abraham Lincoln was a trial lawyer and argued for the Moor William Dungey and won the case.

      They had 16 children: Charles Gaskins Dungan, Elijah Dungan, Elisha Dungan, Elizabeth Dungan, George Dungan, Hannah St. John, Jesse R Dungan, Mary Gaskins Polly Gollehon, Absalom H Dungan, Frances Gaskins Rhea, James Violet Dungan, Margaret Dungan, Sarah Johnson Dungan, Thomas W Dungan, Thursey C Dungan Buchanan and William Patton Dungan. Frances is known as the "The Mother of Governors" Frances Latham was the oldest daughter of nine children born to Elizabeth and Lewis Latham. Frances Latham was married at age 17 to William Dungan, Gentleman, who was born about , a London merchant and perfumer on Aug in St. Martins, Westminster, England.

        As wife of William Dungan, London perfumer, she gave birth to four (or maybe five) children including my 9th GGM, Barbara who was born in and christened in St. Martin in the Fields parish, Westminster, London. WILLIAM DUNGAN passed away in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The obituary was featured in The Philadelphia Inquirer on Octo


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Disproving the ancestry of William Dungan, perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields by Thomas P. Dungan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Disproving the ancestry of William Dungan, perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields Unknown Binding – January 1, by Thomas P Dungan (Author)Author: Thomas P Dungan. Thomas P. Dungan Disproving the ancestry of William Dungan, perfumer of St.

Martin-in-the-Fields by Thomas P. Dungan Published by T.P. Dungan in Bryans Road, MD ( Woodberry Dr., Bryans Road ).Pages: His latest book is about William. An Early English Perfumer--William Dungan of St.

Martin-in-the Fields c. His Ancestry and Family (). The family once thought to be English is likely to be Irish, primarily the O'Donegans of Ara in Tipperary County. Page 20 summarizes the Dungan Genealogy in chart Of Birth: Leinster.

It was entitled "Correcting the Ancestry of William Dungan, Perfumer of ‑in‑the‑Fields" and it appeared in the Fall issue of The Genealogist.4 Initially it was thought that this would end the myth.

Unfortunately, some individuals remain unconvinced with the evidence and our conclusions. Birth: ABT County Kildare, Ireland Marriage: 27 AUG to Frances Latham St. Martin in the Fields, London, England Occupation: London Merchant and Perfumer Details: His wares were in great demand and quite necessary to offset the obnoxious odors arising from the gutters in a thickly settled district subject to heavy fog and having surface drainage.

My first article, "Correcting the Ancestry of William Dungan, Perfumer of St. Martin‑in‑the‑Fields," appeared in The Genealogist (Fall issuevolume 4, No. My second article entitled `flew Evidence in the Search for the Parentage of William Dungan of St.

Martin‑in‑the‑Fields," was written and submitted to The Genealogist in Souls and Senses: Poetry by Robert H. Deluty An Early English Perfumer, William Dungan of St. Martin-in-the-Fields c. His Ancestry, Life and Family by Thomas P.

Dungan Richard Easton, His Descendants and Allied Families, Vol. 2, Fifth Generation by Kenneth G. Easton. [For these above earlier disputed generations see Thomas P. Dungan's "A Quest for Origins: The Search for the Parentage of William Dungan, Perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields" published in and available from the author at Hatfield Road, Huntingtown, MD ($12 inc.

s&h, MD resident ad $ state tax)]. Thomas P. Dungan, a Quest For Origins- The Search for the Parentage of William Dungan, Perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields,(published privately by the author, ), Thomas P.

Dungan, a Quest For Origins- The Search for the Parentage of William Dungan, Perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields,(published privately by the author, Marriage Notes for WILLIAM DUNGAN and FRANCES LATHAM: Married by Rev.

Thomas Mountford D.D. Vicar of St. Martin in the Fields From the parish Registers of St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, publishedvolume 2, pages72, 89, 99,we see: Marriages: 27 Aug. Guillielmus Dungan & Francisca Ladham, with license.

Disproving the ancestry of William Dungan, perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields by Thomas P Dungan (Book). William Dungan - b. abt d. bef 20 Sep St. Martin's in the Fields, London ENG; m. Frances Latham bap. 15 Feb d. Newport RI, daughter of Lewis Latham and Elizabeth ___ Barbara - b.

abt d. under King Charles I. Frances' first husband was William Dungan, who was a perfumer living in the parish of St Martin-in-the-Fields, now a part of London. Cassey House (2, words) [view diff] exact match in snippet view article find links to article.

Get this from a library. A quest for origins: the search for the parentage of William Dungan, perfumer of St. Martin-in-the-Fields. [Thomas P Dungan] -- William Dungan was born in about He married Frances Latham in about They had five children. William died Septem in London in the parish of St.

Martin in the Fields. This book contains a short history of Germanna and Germantown, Virginia; the small band of miners and their families who founded them; and the circumstances of their travel from the Nassau-Siegen District in Germany. Specifically covered is the family of John Joseph Martin (Johann Jost Merten).

He was born in Muesen, Nassau-Siegen, Germany, and emigrated from Germany in with. Author of Richard Dungan, master plasterer of London in Shakespeare's time, A quest for origins, Disproving the ancestry of William Dungan, perfumer of St.

Martin-in-the-Fields, John Dongan of Dublin. WILLIAM DUNGAN oOF ST. MARTIN-IN-THE-FIELDS c. Hardcover – January 1, by Thomas P. Dungan (Author) out of 5 stars 1 rating. See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover, January 1, "Please retry" —Reviews: 1.

There was a Baron Weston, created, •but his genealogy does not show any such alliance. If she mar- ried a Lord Weston, it must have been at an extremely early age, and the fact that she exchanged the title of Lady Weston, to marry William Dungan, the perfumer, is improbable. [An Early English Perfumer--William Dungan of St.

Martin-in-the Fields c. His Ancestry and Family by Thomas P. Dungan ().] The family once thought to be English is likely to be Irish, primarily the O'Donegans of Ara in Tipperary County. Page 20 summarizes the Dungan Genealogy in chart form. I added other information from the book.

In his book, Justice went so far to admit that there was no proof of the ancestry. The parentage of William, therefore, is not yet known. William Dungan was born about /7 and baptized as an adult on 15 June William was a perfumer in London. He married, on 27 June at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London, Frances Latham.

Frances' first husband was William Dungan, who was a perfumer living in the parish of St Martin-in-the-Fields, now a part of London. With Dungan she had four children, but he died inbeing buried at St Martin-in-the-Fields on 20 September of that year, leaving a will with Frances as executrix, and naming each of his four minor children.

Within two years she was remarried, this time to.The imigrant ancestor of this family was Thomas Dungan, son of William Dungan, a perfumer, from. London, England. Records show that William Dungan, the Perfumer, was born about He was.

baptised as an adult on 15 Juneindicating his "conversion". On Jhe married. Frances Latham at St. Martin's-in-the-Fields, London.William Dungan was born at of Celbridge, Kldr., Ireland His parents were Thomas Dungan and Mrs.

Elizabeth Dungan.