Janet's Genealogy

Tunnell Family

This my French family

Some people say that Thomas is the Father of Guilluam but some are unsure. There is 20 years difference in the Christening dates and birth dates. Note: I wonder if the Guillaum or Perrine could be the father of Our Guilluam Tonnelier.

There few people that belief there is not even proof that Guillaume Tunnell/Tonnelier ever existed. I know there is A book called " NOTABLE SOUTHERN FAMILES VOLIII by Zella Armstrong that says he does but I know from researching the family that some what is found in this book is wrong.

Thomas Tonnelier was born abt 1629 in France. His was Jaquette Regnault born abt 1652 in France.

Thomas and Jaquette children:

1 Perrine Tonnelier b 18 Aug 1664

2 Helen Tonnelier b 19 July 1654

3 Guilluaum Tonnelier b 10 Dec 1655 or 1675, Plelan LeGrand,Ille-et-Vilaine, France; d 1740 Scarbough, North Riding,Yorkshire, England. IGI records of LDS has the birth date for Guilluam 1655 or 1675.

Janet's Notes: It is my BELIEFS that the Tonnielier family was not Protestant before the Baptistism records. They were Baptistise in the faith. This would explain why they did not flew with the other Huguenot. Or The minister was not present at the birth of the children. When one did show up and the remember that their children had not been Baptistise then they were. I was told that some people would marry in the eyes of the people and when a minister came he would marry them.

I am looking the World book for Louis of France and Edict of Nantes

April 13, 1598, King Henry IVof France sign the Edict of Nantes. By the decree, the French Portestants or Huguenots were allowed complete freedom of worship in about 75 towns. They were given equal rights with Catolics as citizetns until the intolerant King Louis XIV did away with edict in 1685.Then thousand of Huguenots promptley left France to make their homes elsewhere.

Lousis XIII dates 1601-1643 "His mother Marue de' Medici acted as regent until 1617. Candinal Richelieu sweved as the chief minister and real ruler of France from 1674 until his death in 1642. He destroyed th political power of the Protestant Huguenots, centralized authority in the hands of the king and made France an absolute monarchy, During this period France fought the Thirty year war. Louis XIV 1683-1715 Came to throne at the age of 5 and his 72 reign was the longest in modern European history. His mother Anne of Austria acted as regent until 1661. Cardinal Mazarin as her chief minister. Marzarin was dislike for this revolt which called Fronde Mazarin died Louis declared his chief minister Jean Colbert.

Louis married Marie Therese of Spain in 1660. But his mistresses influenced him more than she did. The most important of these was Madame de Maintenon. He secretly married her after Marie Therese died in 1683. Madame de Maintenon was probabley partly responsible for Louis's harsh tereament of the French Protestants. King Louis XIV did away with edict in 1685. 200,000 Huguenots fled.

It is my belief that the Tonnelier family being King's wine barrel makers. For time live could have good but more and more pressure was being put the Prostestant. When Guillaum Tonnelier(Tunnell)m Mrs Guillaum Tonnelier?

Had their first child they fled because they did want to raise their son her or their children in France until a Catolic King. THIS WHAT I THINK JANET

A book called " NOTABLE SOUTHERN FAMILES VOLIII by Zella Armstrong States

Guillaum Tonnelier(Tunnell)m Mrs Guillaum Tonnelier? The name was Anglicized to Tunnell. They had the following children:

*1 William Tunnell b abt 1702 Normandy France d 28 Dec 1787 in Loudon County, Va.

2 John Tunnell; came to America 1740 with brother James. John lived in Accomac Co. Va. and in Delware. he supposedly married a widow " Lady Scarbrough"

3 James Tunnel; came to America about 1740 with his brother John. James settled in NC

Guillaum son WILLIAM TUNNELL:

William was born in 1702/3 in France d 28 Dec 1787 in prob. Loudon Co., VA. He was buried in 1787 in Fairfax Co.,VA. William, who was born in France, went with his parents to Yorkshire, England. There Lady Ann Howard's father hired William to tutor his daughter, Lady Ann in French Language. (At that is very proper for ladies to know another language and the French language were considered a most pleasant and romantic language). LADY ANN and WILLIAM fall in Love. Her father would not permit their marriage. They ran away and got married and her father disinherited her. They immigrated to the English Colonies in America about 1736 and settled near Fredricksburg, VA. and later move to Fairfax, Co.Va. and live some distance from Herndon but not far from the falls of the Potomac. Family Story: Lady Ann was said to have lived until 104 years of age. I read were Lady Ann was seen riding a horse near the Potomac at the young age of 99. The family legend is that Lady Ann rode her horse across the Clinch River in TN on her 100th birthday. This is based on the theory that the William Tunnell family was moving at that time. If she died in 1814 as everyone pretty much agrees, and if she was 104 when she died. She would have been 100 in 1810, which was about 22 years after she left VA. I lived in Fairfax County for 12 years. Below the falls is a pretty wide river to ride a horse across. On the other hand the Clinch River in Anderson County is probably not much more than 100 yards wide at any reasonable crossing point.

Note by Janet. It is my belief that William and Lady Ann were married by minister not a priest. A priest who knew her family would not do it and if she was of that faith. The priest would not marry a Protestant to a Catholic. If Ann was Catholic is the question. They would not have go to a port that the family could find them easly. So the when to one that when to Europe the America. This not prove just a thought by me Janet

William and Lady Ann children:

1 Robert Tunnell b 1747, Fredricksburg, Spotsylvania Co. Va. d 1779 NC. He was a Methodist minister.

* 2 William Tunnell; born 1751 d 16 Aug 1814 near Robertsville, Anderson Co. TN. William married Mary Maysey in Fairfax Co., Va. on 9 Dec 1771. They move to Fairfax Co. Va. to NC in 1778 and then in 1792 to Anderson Co., TN. Mary was b abt 1753. d 6 Apr 1814 in Anderson Co., TN. I have a copy of Mary Maysey's father John Maysey's will date 10 June 1760. William was in Rev. War; William was a Private in Virginia Continental line( H. J. Elkincode's list of Revolutionary Soldiers of Virginia, Vol., pages 444-445)( Mary father John Maysey's Will is on Maysey page and her mother Lettice Spiller Maysey is on the Spiller page.)

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3 Rev. Stephen Tunnell b 1753 in Fredrickburg, Spotsylvania County, VA. d June 1828 KY (Stephen son James is mention in article in the " SKETCHES OF TENNESSEE'S PIONEER BAPIST PREACHERS" PUBLISHED IN 1919)

4 John Tunnell b 1755 in Fredrickburg, Spotsylvania County, Va. d June 1790 Sweet Springs, Va.

The following information on THE 5) CHILDREN ELIZABETH COMES FROM WFT and JOYCE (BURTON) AND CHUCK WALLACE FAMILY. Her email is CWWallace1@aol.com

5) Elizabeth b WFT 1743-1767 d Wft 1803-1857 m 29 Jan 1778 to George Ball b abt 1752 in Fairfax Co.,Va. died 24 Dec 1825 in Russell Co. Va. He was the of Moses Ball Sr. and Ann Nancy Brashears. Their children were John; James; Sarah (Janey); Moses; William; Robert; Nancy; Elizabeth; Wesley; George; Hester and Jesse.

The Children William Tunnell and Mary Maysey are:

1 John b 23 Feb 1773 in Fairfax Co., VA d 11 Jul 1826 near Robertsville, TN m Nancy Worthington, 1797, in Anderson County, TN

2 William b 14 Nov 1774 in Fairfax, Co. Va. 14 June 14 1861 near Robertsville, Anderson Co. TN. m Elizabeth Worthington on 29 Aug 1797

3*Catherine"Cathy" Tunnell b 31 Jan 1777, Fairfax Co. Va. d 12 Sep 1826.m James Coulter 6 July 1792 in Rutherford County, NC (look under Coulter page)

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4 Nancy b 27 Dec 1779 Fairfax Co. Va. abt 1790 m John Bailey

5 Lettice b 26 Feb 1781 in Fairfax, Co. VA d aft 1813. M’d James Worthington.

6 Robert b 14 Dec 1782 in Fairfax Co.,VA d 1842 m Elizabeth Johnson.

7 Elizabeth "Betsy" b 5 Sep 1785 in Fairfax Co.,Va d 1830 in Pine Bluff, Warren Co.TN. m James M Roberts in Apr 1815 TN

8 James b 22 May 1787 in Fairfax Co., Va. d 17 Sept 1826 m Dicy Hawkins/Houskins

9 Polly b 26 Feb 1789 in NC d aft Oct 1820 m Daniel Lieb

10 Calvin b 4 Oct 1791 in NC d 7 Apr 1867 m Jane Addair on 25 Aug 1811 in Anderson County, TN

11 Luther b 28 Sep 1793 near Robertsville, Anderson Co., TN d 3 Nov 1865 m Louisa Parks.or Selin Hoskins

12 Stephan b 19 Oct 1795 near Robertsville, Anderson Co.,TN d 11 July 1815

13 Sally b 29 Jul 1799 near Robertsville, Anderson Co. Tn. d 21 July 1874 m James William Wellington Miller.

The Following is the books and information I found on the family. Along with others.

A book called " NOTABLE SOUTHERN FAMILES VOLIII by Zella Armstrong

This books Tells about the Tonnelier in France and England and about William and Lady Ann Howard Tunnell and family. William Tunnell II and his family.

The part I have this book links the TUNNELL TO COULTER TO MUNKERS. This is my lineage. I hope to in time have the whole article on the Tunnell, not just what I need for the DAR lineage. When I do I will up date my WebPages. I would like to think Barbara Ribling for sent me this information so I can link all the families together.

Notes for REV WILLIAM JR. TUNNELL: From a photocopy of a manuscript submitted Dec. 8, 1977 by (Mrs.) Sharon Johnson Doliante, 4573 Carpinteria Ave., and Apt. 7, Carpinteria, Calif. 93O13 for Ruthe Lamar Petracek (Mrs. Edmund) 935, River Lane, Santa Ana, Calif. 92706 for a forthcoming book ALBUM OF ANDERSON COUNTY, TENNESSEE

REV. WILLIAM TUNNELL, JR. Baptist minister, was born in 1751, in Virginia; died Aug. 16, 1814 near Robertsville, Anderson Co., Tenn.; married Dec. 9, 1771, Fairfax Co., Va., Mary Maysey, daughter of John and Letitia ( ) Maysey, of Fairfax Co., Va. She was born C1753, Fairfax Co.; died Apr. 6, 1814, 'in the sixty-first year of her age', Anderson Co., Tenn.

William, the subject of this sketch, was a son of William and Ann ( ) Tunnell, Sr. His father was a shoemaker, who died in Loudon or Fairfax Co., Va., Dec. 28, 1787. His mother migrated with him, first to Rutherford Co., North Carolina, and then to what is now Anderson Co., Tenn., & died there I ... February 18, 1814, supposed to be one hundred and four years old'. It would appear that a pestilence was raging in the county, which carried off William, Jr., his mother and his wife, within a period of six months.

Both William Tunnell, Sr. & William, Jr. signed a non importation broadside, in Fairfax Co., in 1770. ('Prologue to Revolution, The 1770 Virginia Non importation Association Broadsides and Fairfax County', a leaflet published by Fairfax County History Commission, 1976.)

William, Jr. served as a Private in the Continental Army, during the Revolutionary War, and this is an established DAR line. In 1788, he and his family left Fairfax Co., and moved to Rutherford Co., N.C., where his name appears in the 1790 census, and in 1792 he settled in present day Anderson Co., where he was listed in the first tax list, in 1802, with 270 acres by Poplar Creek. In 1811 he was a 'first major, 13th Regiment, Anderson County'.

The Tunnell genealogy to the contrary, there is considerable evidence that the Tunnells of Fairfax Co., together with the other Tunnells of Virginia and Delaware, were all descendants of Thomas Tunnell who was transported to Maryland in or by 1649, and the Delaware branch do claim this Thomas as their ancestor. There is no evidence that the family were French Huguenots, despite the fact that a number of descendants have been accepted for membership in the Huguenot Society."

Among the footnotes to above: The Tunnells were not on Rev. Green's "List of Tithables" for Fairfax Co., in 1749. (Manuscript Room, Library of Congress), but William Tunnell was listed as a chain carrier on a survey made for Alexander vs. Chapman, Oct. 28, 1757, there. (Records of Survey, Fairfax Co., Va.)

William Tunnell of Fairfax Parish to teach shoemaking trade and reading and writing to apprentices children, Francis and Rice Ashberry." Fairfax County Court Order Book, 1770, p. 130, dated, Nov. 19, 1770.

William Tunnell (neither "Jr." nor "Sr." is given here), signed a legislative petition in Fairfax Co., Apr. 21, 1777. (See: VIRGINIA GENEALOGICAL SOCIETY QUARTERLY, Vol. 14, No. 4

Reference to 13th Regiment, Anderson Co. appears in THE EAST TENNESSEE HISTORICAL SOCIETY'S PUBLICATIONS, No. 23, 1951, p. 123.

Service record of William Tunnell as set forth in the C.A.R. application of Elizabeth B. Crumbley #100681 Virginia State Report, by Eckenrode (1912) page 445; Virginians in the Revolution by Swathmey p. 785

HEADS OF FAMILIES at the first census of the UNITED STATES taken in the year 1790 in VIRGINIA.

Heads of Families-Virginia,1782 Fairfax County

Tunnell,William; White,6

HEADS OF FAMILIES at the first census of the UNITED STATES taken in the year 1790 in NORTH CAROLINA (noted the date on the Virginia page is 1782 ever if the front page says 1790)

Heads of Families-North Carolina. Morgan District, Rutherford County.

This William and Lady Ann son.

Tunnell,William; 2 w,m over 16;3 w,m under 16; 6 w f.

MARRIAGES OF SOME VIRGINA RESIDENTS 1607-1800

TUNNELL:

John, m 18 Feb 1763, Sarah Martin. St Paul's

John, m 13 Feb 1774, Elizabeth Long St Paul's

Mildred m Woodford Kelly

Stephen, b 1753 Spotsylvania County, VA son of William and Lady Ann(Howard); m Kezia Money.Ball p 306

William, d 18 Dec 1787, prob in Loudon Co; buried in Fairfax co., son of Guilaum Tonnelier(Tunnell); m in England, Lady Ann Howard of Yorkshire. d 18 Feb 1814; came to VA ca 1736. Ball p 305

William, b 1751 Spotsylvania Co,; d 16 Au 1814, near Robertsville, Tenn. son of William and Lady Ann (Howard); m Mary Maysey( as spelled in the Family Bible) ball p.306.

"COLONIAL SOLDIERS OF THE SOUTH 1732-1774". by Murtie June Clark

Page 562; Fairfax County Election Poll, Jul 16,1765. For Colonel, John West. Page 560; For Colonel George Washington and on page 582; Virginia Association of Burgesses, Merchants and Citzens and June 22, 1770.

Tunnell, William

"REVOLUTIONARY WAR RECORDS VIRGINIA"

"Virginia Army and Navy Forces with Bounty land and Warrents for Virginia Military scrip; From federal and State Archives" by Gaius Marcus Brumbaugh. Will be adding to this later.

Page 218; Tunnell, William Seaman

Page 273 Bounty Lands Warrents: Tunnell, William, Inf.

Page 380;

Number - Warrantee (A) - Person who performed the sercice (B) - Kind of Service (C)

8360 - Tunnell,William (Heirs of) - Tunnell, Willam - State Navy

1830 Census East Tennessee

Samuel Tunnell: 00001-000001

Nancy Tunnell: 01211-10011001

William Tunnell: 11300001-0002201

I have copy of CERTIFIED COPIES OF UNPUBLISHED "FAMILY BIBLE RECORDS" Genealogical Notes and other Unpublished data. Complied by Mrs. George M Eliecta Ball Spangler. Chairman Genealogical Research Committee, Illinois State Conference DAUGHTER OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION 1927-1928:

TUNNELL FAMILY BIBLE RECORDS

This book was brought from Anderson Co. Tenn to Edwardville, Ill. Terr, in Feb 1819. to Carrollton, ILL. I have a copy some of it.

I have DEMANDE D INSCRIPTION by Mrs. Rosalie Normand a researcher in France on the Tonnelier family. The lineage of starting with Thomas and Jacquette Regnauat Tonnelier and family.

Ancestry.com finds

TUNNELL Full Context of Sussex County, Delaware Probate Records, 1680-1800 Prim Name: Benjamin Salmon Admin Name: Will Made Date: 01 Jul 1765; 26 Oct 1765 Will Loc: Worcester Co., Md. Heirs Name: wife Agnes Sahmon; sons William, Benjamin, Josiah, Robert, Aydelott and Solomon Salmon; daus. Mary, Patience and Agnes Salmon Exec/Trus Name: wife Agnes Salmon Wit Name: W[illia]m Tunnell, Solomon Willes, James Salmon Will Probate Date: [No prob.] Will Book: Arch. vol. A97 Page: 177 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A97, page 177 shows the estate was settled Sept. 7, 1785 by Benjamin Salmon who was exec'r of Agnes Salmon, dec'd] Prim Name: William Tunnell, Yeoman

Admin Name: Will Made Date: 08 Dec 1775 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Elizabeth Tunnell; sons Scarborough, Nehemiah, Isaac, William, John and Washburn Tunnell; dau. Elizabeth Dirickson Exec/Trus Name: wife Elizabeth Tunnell, George Howard, Isaac Evans Wit Name: Uriah Brookfield, Elizabeth Howard, William Holland Will Probate Date: 24 May 1776 Will Book: Arch. vol. A103; Reg. of Wills, Liber C Page: 8; folios 37-38 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A103, page 8 shows the estate was settled June 10, 1783 by George Howard and Isaac Evans] Prim Name: Hinman Wharton, Sr.

Admin Name: Will Made Date: 19 Dec 1775 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Mary Wharton; sons David, Watson and Hinman Wharton; daus. Mary Barker, Elizabeth Smith, Cathrine Evans, Rhoda Aydelott Exec/Trus Name: sons David, Watson and Hinman Wharton and daus. Elizabeth Smith, Cathrine Evans and Rhoda Aydelott Wit Name: William Tunnell, Elizabeth Tunnell, John Evans Will Probate Date: 04 May 1778 Will Book: Arch. vol. A107; Reg. of Wills, Liber C Page: 18; folios 146-148 Comment: [Note:--Arch. vol. A107, page 18 shows the estate was settled March 8, 1786 by Watson Wharton, acting exec'r]. Prim Name: George Howard

Admin Name: Will Made Date: 02 May 1789 Will Loc: Heirs Name: wife Elizabeth Howard; Nehemiah Howard; Scarborough Tunnell; Elizabeth Dirickson (wife of Samuel); M[il]ly Aydelott (wife of John who is a son of Samuel) Exec/Trus Name: Scarborough Tunnell Wit Name: Joseph Dirickson, Sr., William Tingle, Jr., Thomas Hazzard Will Probate Date: 13 Nov 1792 Will Book: Arch. vol. A78; Reg. of Wills, Liber D Page: 136-138; folios 377-378 Comment:

Virginia Revolutionary War Records Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA SECTION 11 (17) [DOCUMENT NO. 43] (17) A LIST OF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF THE VIRGINIA STATE LINE, AND NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SEAMEN AND MARINES OF THE STATE NAVY, WHOSE NAMES ARE ON THE ARMY REGISTER, AND WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED BOUNTY LAND FOR REVOLUTIONARY SERVICES, RICHMOND, 1835. JOHN H. SMITH, COMR, &C. [The names in this Document have been rearranged alphabetically, separating the Navy--G. M. B.]

Tunnell, James, Seaman

Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA SECTION 11 (17) [DOCUMENT NO. 43] (17) A LIST OF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF THE VIRGINIA STATE LINE, AND NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SEAMEN AND MARINES OF THE STATE NAVY, WHOSE NAMES ARE ON THE ARMY REGISTER, AND WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED BOUNTY LAND FOR REVOLUTIONARY SERVICES, RICHMOND, 1835. JOHN H. SMITH, COMR, &C. [The names in this Document have been rearranged alphabetically, separating the Navy--G. M. B.]

Tunnell, William, Seaman

Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA SECTION II (18) [DOCUMENT No. 44] (18) LIST OF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF THE VIRGINIA LINE ON CONTINENTAL ESTABLISHMENT, WHOSE NAMES APPEAR ON THE ARMY REGISTER AND WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED BOUNTY LAND, RICHMOND, 1835.

Tunnell, George, Soldier, Inf.

Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA SECTION II (18) [DOCUMENT No. 44] (18) LIST OF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF THE VIRGINIA LINE ON CONTINENTAL ESTABLISHMENT, WHOSE NAMES APPEAR ON THE ARMY REGISTER AND WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED BOUNTY LAND, RICHMOND, 1835.

Tunnell, Thomas, Soldier, Inf

Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA SECTION II (18) [DOCUMENT No. 44] (18) LIST OF NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICERS AND SOLDIERS OF THE VIRGINIA LINE ON CONTINENTAL ESTABLISHMENT, WHOSE NAMES APPEAR ON THE ARMY REGISTER AND WHO HAVE NOT RECEIVED BOUNTY LAND, RICHMOND, 1835.

Tunnell, William, Sergeant, Inf.

Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA; SECTION III

8347 Tunnell, James (Heir of) Tunnell, James State Navy

Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA ; SECTION III

8349 Tunnell, James (Heirs of) Tunnell, James State Navy

Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA ; SECTION III

8360 Tunnell, Wm. (Heirs of) Tunnell, William State Navy

Revolutionary War Records VIRGINIA ; SECTION III

268 Tunnell, Isaiah Tunnell, William State Navy

War of 1812 Service Records

Surname Given Name Middle Initial Company Unit Rank - Induction Rank - Discharge MISC ROLL-BOX ROLL-EXCT

TUNNELL CHARLES 99 REG'T (BAGWELL'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 212 602

TUNNELL HENRY 99 REG'T (BAGWELL'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA. CORPORAL CORPORAL 212 602

TUNNELL ISAAC 2 REGIMENT (BRENT'S) DISTRICT MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 212 602

TUNNELL ISAIH 6 REG'T (MCDONALD'S) MARYLAND MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 212 602

TUNNELL JAMES BROWN'S REG'T, EAST TENNESSEE VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 212 602

TUNNELL JAMES 3 REG'T (JOHNSON'S) E. TENNESSEE MIL. CAPTAIN CAPTAIN 212 602

TUNNELL JOSEPH HYDE COUNTY REGIMENT (WATSON'S), NORTH CAROLINA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 212 602

TUNNELL LUTHER BROWN'S REG'T, EAST TENNESSEE VOLS. PRIVATE PRIVATE 212 602

TUNNELL ROBERT 2 REG'T MOUNTED GUNMEN (BROWN'S), EAST TENNESSEE VOLS. 2 LIEUTENANT 2 LIEUTENANT 212 602

TUNNELL WILLIAM 5 REG'T (BOOTH'S) EAST TENNESSEE MILITIA. LIEUTENANT LIEUTENANT 212 602

TUNNELL WILLIAM 6 REGIMENT VIRGINIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 212 602

TUNNELL WILLIAM S 99 REG'T (BAGWELL'S) VIRGINIA MILITIA. PRIVATE PRIVATE 212 602

Virginia Navy in the Revolution; page 199

[p.199]HARRISON, DR. JOSEPH. Doctor's mate. Captured on Brigan- tine Liberty. Died in prison in Halifax. In LBP appears the memorial of Catherine Harrison, John W. Davis and Anne his wife (formerly Temperance Anne Harrison) and Martha Gwaltney, widow (formerly Martha Harrison), all of the county of Isle of Wight, descendants and heirs at law of Joseph Harrison.

HASTENS, THOMAS. See LBP Wm. Tunnell, 1833.

page 241 RIGGS, GEORGE B. LBP Wm. Tunnell. BH, 362. N's Accomack, 61, 67.

page 243 LBNB. ROSE, ELIJAH. Accomac Galley. LBP Wm. Tunnell.

page 247 SIMPSON, WM. Cook. LBP Wm. Tunnell

page 255 [p.255]TAYLOR, THOMAS. Seaman. Of Accomac Co. LBP Wm. Tunnell. BH, 716. I wonder if this Taylor is one of my?

page 259 TUMBLIN, WILLIAM. Brig Jefferson, Dec., 1779-Jan. 20, 1780. TUNNELL (Tunnells), JAMES, of Accomac County. Accomac Galley. N's Accomack, 61, 70.

e 260 [p.260]TUNNELL, JOSEPH (died 1788), of Accomac County. Accomac Galley. BH, 742.

e 260 TUNNELL, WILLIAM. 3d Mate, Accomac Galley. Seaman. BH, 1219.

page 260 TUNNELL, WILLIAM. Quartermaster, Accomac Galley. In LBP, 1833, Elkanah Andrews made affidavit that he was well acquainted with William Tunnell, Joseph Tunnell, William Riggs, Geo. B. Riggs, Laban Marriner, Wm. Miles, Elisha Madrid, Miles Northern, Elijah Rose, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Townsend, George Becket, James Collens, Stephen Collens, Daniel Taylor, Severn Taylor, Ayres Taylor, Spencer Wartens, John White, Thomas Hastens, Daniel Lewis, Jacob Phillips, James Warrington, James Tunnell, and Joseph Webb. B, 1263

Daughters of the American Revolution Lineage Books The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 91 page 224 Mrs. Clara Elizabeth Dunning Price. DAR ID Number: 90695 Born in Dagsboro, Del. Wife of Edward Price Descendant of Samuel Harrison and of Robert Houston, as follows: 1. Henry Dunning (1810-46) m. 1834 Elizabeth Wiltbank Houston (1814-83). 2. William Dunning (1777-1852) m. 1809 Martha Tunnell (1792-1869); John Houston (1779-1828) m. 1804 Elizabeth Wiltbank (1782-1856). 3. Isaac Tunnell (1768-1863) m. 1791 Hannah Albertson (1767-1847); Robert Houston m. 2nd Nancy (or Priscilla) Laws. 4. William Albertson, Jr. (b. 1748) m. Ann —. 5. William Albertson m. 1747 Hannah Harrison. 6. Samuel Harrison m. 1730 Mary Preston. Samuel Harrison served, 1780-82, as private in the third company, third regiment, Maryland militia. He was living in Gloucester, N. J., 1730, when he was married. Robert Houston (1730-91) was a recognized patriot and member of the Council of Safety, Sussex County, Del. He was born in Somerset County, Md.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 97 page 248 Mrs. Alice Lee Tunnell. DAR ID Number: 96787 Born in Chillicothe, Mo. Wife of William Luther Tunnell. Descendant of Charles Jones, as follows: 1. Thomas E. Jones (1818-90) m. 1839 Julia B. Hutchins (1825-1908). 2. John Hutchins (b. 1871) m. Jane Boker (b. 1801). 3. Charles Jones, Jr., m. Mary Bridgewater. 4. Charles Jones m. — Thorp. Charles Jones (1758-1832) enlisted, 1775, as a private in Capt. William Campbell's company, Col. Patrick Henry's regiment, Virginia Line. He was placed on the pension roll, 1829, of Adair County, Ky., where he died. He was born in Bedford County, Va. Also No. 93684.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 page 14 Miss Helen Garth Price. DAR ID Number: 98037 Born in Hannibal, Mo. Descendant of Samuel Harrison, Capt. William Tunnell, Robert Houston, and Joseph Hazzard, as follows: 1. Edward Price (b. 1839) m. 1871 Clara E. G. Dunning (b. 1845). 2. Henry Dunning (1810-46) m. 1834 Elizabeth Wiltbank Houston (1814-83). 3. William Dunning (1776-1852) m. 1809 Martha Tunnell (1792-1869); John Houston (1780-1828) m. 1804 Elizabeth Wiltbank (1782-1856). 4. Isaac Tunnell (1768-1863) m. 1791 Hannah Albertson (1767-1847); Robert Houston m. Agnes Nancy Laws; Cornelius Wiltbank (1731-1800) m. Rachel Hazzard (1752-1808). 5. William Tunnell m. 3rd 1767 Elizabeth Evans; Joseph Hazzard m. Mary Hazzard (1720-91); William Albertson, Jr. (1748-1815), m. Ann Townsend. 6. William Albertson m. 1747 Hannah Harrison. 7. Samuel Harrison m. 1730 Mary Preston. Samuel Harrison served, 1780-82, as private in 3rd company, 3rd regiment, Maryland militia. He was living in Gloucester, N. J., 1730, when he married. Robert Houston (1730-91) was a recognized patriot and member of the Council of Safety, Sussex County, Del. He was born in Somerset County, Md. Also No. 90695. [p.14] William Tunnell (1731-76) raised a company to defend the coast of Delaware Bay. He was born in Accomac County, Va.; died in Dagsborough, Del. Joseph Hazzard (1728-94) served as private, 1776, in Col. John Hazlett's regiment, Delaware Line. He was born in Angola; died in Sussex County, Del.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 99 page 161 Miss Augusta Nichols. DAR ID Number: 98517 Born in Sussex County, Del. Descendant of Capt. William Tunnell, as follows: 1. William P. Nichols (1836-1911) m. Bertha Maull Tunnell (1836-1909). 2. James Tunnell m. Hattie Maull. 3. Scharborough Tunnell (b. 1758) m. Comfort Tingle. 4. William Tunnell m. 1st 1750 Arlantoo Howard (d. 1762). See No. 98037.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 102 page 32 Mrs. Helen A. Jones Low. DAR ID Number: 101101 Born in Georgetown, Del. Wife of Albert H. Low. Descendant of Samuel Harrison, as follows: 1. Philip Jones m. Amanda Tunnell. 2. Charles Tunnell (b. 1804) m. Sarah Ayres Short. 3. Isaac Tunnell (1768-1863) m. 1791 Hannah Albertson (1767-1849). 4. William Albertson, Jr. (1748-1815), m. Ann Townsend (b. 1752). 5. William Albertson (1700-57) m. 2nd 1747 Hannah Harrison (b. 1731). 6. Samuel Harrison m. 1730 Mary Preston (b. 1710). Samuel Harrison served, 1780-82, as a private in the 3rd company, 3rd regiment, Maryland militia. He was born in Essex County and, in 1730, was living in Gloucester County, N. J.; died in service. Also No. 90695.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 112 page 226 Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Price Henderson. DAR ID Number: 111685 Born in Hannibal, Mo. Wife of Ernest Alfred Henderson. Descendant of Samuel Harrison, as follows: 1. Edward Price (b. 1839) m. 1871 Clara E. Griffith Dunning (b. 1845). 2. Henry Dunning (1810-46) m. 1834 Elizabeth Wiltbank Houston (1814-83). 3. William Dunning (1777-1852) m. 1809 Martha Tunnell (1792-1869). 4. Isaac Tunnell (1768-1863) m. 1791 Hannah Albertson (1767-1847). 5. William Albertson, Jr. (1748-1815), m. 1767 Ann Townsend (b. 1752). 6. William Albertson (1700-57) m. 2nd 1747 Hannah Harrison (b. 1731). 7. Samuel Harrison m. Mary Preston. Samuel Harrison served 1780-82 as private in the 3rd Company, 3rd regiment, Maryland militia. He was born in Essex County, and in 1730 was living in Gloucester County, N. J. He died, 1782, in service. Also No. 101101.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 117 page 288 Mrs. Clara Dunning Price Young. DAR ID Number: 116917 Born in Marion County, Mo. Wife of Agee Abraham Young. Descendant of Samuel Harrison and of Capt. William Tunnell, as follows: 1. Edward Price (b. 1839) m. 1871 Clara E. G. Dunning (b. 1845). 2. Henry Dunning (1810-46) m. 1834 Elizabeth Wiltbank Houston (1814-83). 3. William Dunning (1777-1852) m. 1809 Martha Tunnell (1792-1869). 4. Isaac Tunnell (1768-1863) m. 1791 Hannah Albertson (1767-1847). 5. William Albertson, Jr. (1748-1815), m. Ann Townsend; William Tunnell m. 3rd 1767 Elizabeth Evans. 6. William Albertson m. Hannah Harrison. 7. Samuel Harrison m. Mary Preston. Samuel Harrison (1780-82) served as a private in the 3rd regiment, Maryland militia. He was born in Essex County, in 1730 was living in Gloucester County, N. J.; died in service. Also No. 101101. William Tunnell (1731-76) raised a company to defend the coast of Delaware Bay. He was born in Accomac County, Va.; died in Dagsboro, Del. Also No. 98037.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 148 page 217[p.217] Mrs. Hannah Rodney Tunnelle Bonsall.147681 Born in Lewes, Del. Wife of Edward Horne Bonsall. Descendant of Capt. William Tunnell, Samuel Harrison, Phillip Kollock and John Rodney, as follows: 1. George Tunnell (1810-63) m. 1835 Elizabeth Stockley (1813-95). 2. Isaac Tunnell (1768-1863) m. 1791 Hannah Albertson (1767-1847); Jehn Stockley (1787-1830) m. 1809 Hannah Rodney Kollock (1785-1855). 3. William Tunnel m. 3d 1767 Elizabeth Evans; William Albertson, Jr. (1748-1815), m. 1767 Anna Townsend; Phillip Kollock m. 2d 1779 Penelope Rodney (1758-1900). 4. William Albertson (1700-57) m. 2d 1747 Hannah Harrison; John Rodney m. 1752 Ruth Hunn (1734-1806). 5. Samuel Harrison m. 1730 Mary Preston. William Tunnell (1731-76) raised a company to defend the coast of Delaware Bay. He was born in Accomac County, Va.; died in Dagsborough, Del. Also No. 116917. Samuel Harrison served as private in the 3d company, 3d regiment, Maryland troops. He was born in Newark, East N. J., and died, 1782. Phillip Kollock (1748-1824) served as private and was a member of the Delaware Assembly and Convention, 1776. He was born in Lewes; died in Georgetown, Del. John Rodney (1725-92) was a member of the Council of Safety and treasurer of Sussex County during the war. He was born and died in Lewes, Del. Also No. 146298.

The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 158 [p.1] THE NATIONAL SOCIETY OF THE Daughters of the American Revolution page 137[p.137] Miss Isabel Frances Wood.157436 Born in Girard, Ill. Descendant of Lieut. George Thornton and of George Helm, as follows: 1. Frank G. Wood (b. 1868) m. 1898 Jane Tunnell (b. 1872). 2. George W. Wood (1834-77) m. 1853 Isabella Eastham (1829-90). 3. James Eastham (d. 1852) m. 1822 Nancy Helm (1799-1883). 4. Edward Eastham m. Ann Thornton (b. 1776); George Helm m. Frances Coppage (1761-1857). 5. George Thornton m. 1st 1774 Margaret Stanley (1758-1823). George Thornton (1752-1853) received a pension for service as private and lieutenant in the Virginia militia. He was born in Caroline County; died in Green County, Va. George Helm (1747-1821) served as private in Captain Shepherd's company of riflemen, Virginia troops. He was born in Virginia; died in Lincoln County, Ky. Also No. 130318.

Dawes Commission Index, 1898-1914 These are Indian records

Control Number: NRFF-75-53A-50144 Unit of Description: Item Record Group Number: 75 Series ID: 53A Item ID: 50144 Title: Enrollment for A R Tunnell General Materials Designator Record Type: Textual Records Reference Unit: National Archives--Southwest Region Agency Name: National Archives and Records Administration Facility Name: Building 1, Dock 1 Address: 501 West Felix Street City: Fort Worth State: TX Zip Code: 76115 Telephone Number: 817-334-5525 Fax Number: 817-334-5621 Organizational Code: NRFF

Creating Organization: Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes, Bureau of Indian Affairs. Scope and Content: Tribe: Creek Type: Parent Sex: Male Census Card Number: M342

Personal Name Reference: A R Tunnell

Item Count/Item Type: item(s) |c 1 Source Project: Kiosk Control Number: NRFF-75-53A-50145 Unit of Description: Item Record Group Number: 75 Series ID: 53A Item ID: 50145

Title: Enrollment for Lattie Tunnell

General Materials Designator Record Type: Textual Records Reference Unit: National Archives--Southwest Region Agency Name: National Archives and Records Administration Facility Name: Building 1, Dock 1 Address: 501 West Felix Street City: Fort Worth State: TX Zip Code: 76115 Telephone Number: 817-334-5525 Fax Number: 817-334-5621 Organizational Code: NRFF Creating Organization: Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes, Bureau of Indian Affairs. Scope and Content: Tribe: Creek Type: Minor Age: 5 Sex: Female Census Card Number: M342

Personal Name Reference: Lattie Tunnell

Item Count/Item Type: item(s) |c 1 Source Project: Kiosk View full context Control Number: NRFF-75-53A-50146 Unit of Description: Item Record Group Number: 75 Series ID: 53A Item ID: 50146

Title: Enrollment for Leuvisa Tunnell

General Materials Designator Record Type: Textual Records Reference Unit: National Archives--Southwest Region Agency Name: National Archives and Records Administration Facility Name: Building 1, Dock 1 Address: 501 West Felix Street City: Fort Worth State: TX Zip Code: 76115 Telephone Number: 817-334-5525 Fax Number: 817-334-5621 Organizational Code: NRFF Creating Organization: Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes, Bureau of Indian Affairs. Scope and Content: Tribe: Creek Type: Parent Sex: Female Census Card Number: M342

Personal Name Reference: Leuvisa Tunnell

Item Count/Item Type: item(s) |c 1 Source Project: Kiosk View full context Control Number: NRFF-75-53A-50147 Unit of Description: Item Record Group Number: 75 Series ID: 53A Item ID: 50147

Title: Enrollment for Roland Tunnell

General Materials Designator Record Type: Textual Records Reference Unit: National Archives--Southwest Region Agency Name: National Archives and Records Administration Facility Name: Building 1, Dock 1 Address: 501 West Felix Street City: Fort Worth State: TX Zip Code: 76115 Telephone Number: 817-334-5525 Fax Number: 817-334-5621 Organizational Code: NRFF Creating Organization: Commissioner to the Five Civilized Tribes, Bureau of Indian Affairs. Scope and Content: Tribe: Creek Type: Minor Age: 2 Sex: Male Census Card Number: M342

Personal Name Reference: Roland Tunnell

Item Count/Item Type: item(s) |c 1 Source Project: Kiosk

Biographies of Notable Americans, 1904

The Twentieth Century Biographical Dictionary of Notable Americans: Volume VII L.

Lowell, John

LOWELL, John, jurist, was born in Newburyport, Mass., June 17, 1743; son of the Rev. John and Sarah (Champney) Lowell; grandson of Ebenezer and Elizabeth (Shailer) Lowell and of Noah and Sarah (Tunnell) Champney; great grandson of John and Hannah (Proctor) Lowell; great2-grandson of John and Mary Lowell, and a descendant of Percival from Bristol, England, in 1639 and settled in Newbury. He was graduated from Harvard, A.B., 1760, A.M., 1763; studied law in the office of Oxenbridge Thacher, and settled in practice in Newburyport in 1762. He was a representative in the general court from Newburyport, Mass., in 1777 and from Boston in 1779. He was one of the delegates to the state convention that framed the constitution of Massachusetts in 1780, and caused the clause, "All men are born free and equal, and have certain natural, essential and inalienable rights, among which may be reckoned the right of enjoying and defending their lives and liberties," to be inserted in the preamble of the constitution of the Commonwealth. He was a delegate to the Continental congress, 1782-83, and was appointed by that body one of three judges of the court of appeals, for the trial of all appeals from the courts of admiralty of the several states. In 1789 he was appointed by President Washington judge of the U.S. district court of Massachusetts, and in 1801 President Adorns appointed him chief justice of the U.S. circuit court for the first circuit, which included Maine, New Hampshire, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. He originated the subscription for a professorship of natural history at Harvard; was a fellow of Harvard, 1784-1802, and received the degree of LL.D. there in 1792. He was one of the founders of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences in 1780, and served as one of its counselors. He was married, Jan. 3, 1767, to Sarah, daughter of Stephen H. and Elizabeth (Cabot) Higginson; she died May 5, 1772. He was married secondly, May 31, 1774, to Susanna, daughter of Francis and Mary (Fitch) Cabot, of Salem, Mass.; she died March 30, 1777. He was married thirdly, Dec. 25, 1778, to Rebecca, widow of James Tyng, and a daughter of Judge James and Katherine (Graves) Russell, of Charlestown, Mass. He died at Roxbury, Mass., May 6, 1802

TUNNEL, Ebe Walter, governor of Delaware, was born at Blackwater, Sussex county, Del., Dec. 31, 1844; son of Nathaniel and maria (Walter) Tunnell; grandson of Scarborough and Comfort (Tingle) Tunnell and Ebe and Polly (Godwin) Walter, and a descendant of [p.206] Scarborough Tunnell, who settled in Virginia. He attended the public schools at Milford and Lewes, Del.; engaged as a merchant in Blackwater; was a member of the state legislature, 1871, and removed to Lewes, 1872, where he was interested in the drug and subsequently the hardware business. He never married. He was clerk of peace for Sussex county, 1885-90; the unsuccessful candidate for governor in 1894, and governor of Delaware, 1897-1901. He became president of the Farmers' bank of Delaware, and a director of the Delaware, Maryland and Virginia railroad

TUNNEL, Ebe Walter, governor of Delaware, was born at Blackwater, Sussex county, Del., Dec. 31, 1844; son of Nathaniel and maria (Walter) Tunnell; grandson of Scarborough and Comfort (Tingle) Tunnell and Ebe and Polly (Godwin) Walter, and a descendant of [p.206] Scarborough Tunnell, who settled in Virginia. He attended the public schools at Milford and Lewes, Del.; engaged as a merchant in Blackwater; was a member of the state legislature, 1871, and removed to Lewes, 1872, where he was interested in the drug and subsequently the hardware business. He never married. He was clerk of peace for Sussex county, 1885-90; the unsuccessful candidate for governor in 1894, and governor of Delaware, 1897-1901. He became president of the Farmers' bank of Delaware, and a director of the Delaware, Maryland and Virginia railroad.

Biographical Directory of the American Congress, 1774-1949 Biographies

page 1936 TUNNELL, James Miller, a Senator from Delaware; born in Clarksville, Sussex County, Del., August 2, 1879; attended the public schools; was graduated from Franklin College (now combined with Muskingum College at New Concord, Ohio) in 1900; taught in the public schools, advancing to principal of schools at [p.1936] Frankford, Selbyville, and Ocean View, Del., 1903-1907; studied law; was admitted to the bar in 1907 and commenced practice in Georgetown, Del.; engaged in banking; delegate to the Democratic National Convention at St. Louis in 1916; president of the board of education of Georgetown, Del., 1919-1932; unsuccessful candidate for election to the United States Senate in 1924; elected as a Democrat to the United States Senate in 1940 and served from January 3, 1941, to January 3, 1947; unsuccessful candidate for reelection in 1946; resumed the practice of law and is a resident of Georgetown, Del.

Encyclopedia of American Biography

Herringshaw's Encyclopedia of American Biography of the Nineteenth Century. Addenda

page cvii

TUNNELL. EBE W., governor. In 1897-1901 he was governor of Delaware.

Edgecombe County, North Carolina Vital Records, 1720-1880

Name Birth Date Date of Death Spouse's Name Marriage Date Location of Marriage Father Mother Children Location of Birth Other Notes/ Race/ Military Information Location of Death/ Last Known Location Occupation

Tunnell, Alexander C. Bef 1851 Aft 1880 Nancy Aug 2, 1865 Nash co., NC Wilson Tunnell Nancy None Suvived to adulthood Virginia Co A., 47th Inf Reg., NC Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Amanda 1881 Aft 1866 Edwin Bunn Nash co., NC James T. Tunnell Mary Westray Children Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Amy 1833 Aft 1866 Benjamin Braswell 1855 Edgecombe co., NC James T. Tunnell Anne Arrington Children Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Andrew N. Sr. 1843 Aft 1865 Anne L. Pitts 1866 Edgecombe co., NC John J. Tunnell, Sr. Sarah Andrew, Mary, Malvina, Laura, Wiley, Martha, John, others Edgecombe co., NC... Co. D., 47th Inf. Reg., NC. Later elected to House of Commons as Edgecombe co. representative. Edgecombe co., NC Farmer

Tunnell, Archibald E. 1844 Aft 1889 Keziah, d. autumn 1889 Edgecombe co., NC Van Buren Tunnell Nathaniel, Lucy Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Calvin D. 1837 Aft 1865 Jane Fredericks 1860 Nash co., NC Isaac Tunnell Martha Indiana Children Wake co., NC Co. C, 1rst Inf. Reg., NC

Tunnell, Edward R. 1841 Aft 1865 Bennett Tunnell Susan Batchelor Edgecombe co., NC... Co A., 47th Inf Reg., NC, Edgecombe co., NC

Tunnell, Eliza Louisa 1876 Aft 1890 Edgecombe co., NC James W. Tunnell Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Elizabeth W. Aft 1900 Mr. Carter Edgecombe co., NC O.D. Tunnell, Sr. Caroline Culpeper None Edgecombe co., NC.

Tunnell, Fenner Jr. Mary, b. 1820 Oct 19, 1860 Edgecombe co., NC Fenner Tunnell, Sr. Arkansas, George, Dinah, Elizabeth, James, Jeanett, others Edgecombe co., NC... Edgecombe co., NC

Tunnell, Goodman 1836 Aft 1865 Mary, b. 1837 1859 Nash co., NC William T. Tunnell, Sr. Minerva William, Embro Wake co., NC Co. C, 1rst Inf. Reg., NC Union, Nash co., NC Turpentine worker/ Farmer Tunnell, Goodman 1843 Aft 1865 Mary, b. 1837 1866 Edgecombe co., NC William T. Tunnell, Sr. Minerva Cherry Children Wake co., NC... Co. C, 1rst Inf. Reg., NC Union, Edgecombe co., NC Turpentine worker/ Farmer

Tunnell, Helen 1841 Aft 1861 K. Carney Edgecombe co., NC Jacob Tunnell First Wife Children Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Isham 1837 May 30, 1864 None Jacob Tunnell Anne Margaret Rodgers None Edgecombe co., NC... Co. H, 12th Inf. Reg., NC On Battlefield

Tunnell, Isham 1835 Aft 1861 Edgecombe co., NC Jacob Tunnell First Wife Edgecombe co., NC... Minor at time of father's death.

Tunnell, Jackson Summer 1900 Elsie Edgecombe co., NC Everett Tunnell Sallie Andrew, Dawson, Wesley, neverson, Harris, Arcissie, Joseph Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Jacob E. 1840 Sep 10, 1861 None Jacob Tunnell, Sr. Christiana Whitley None Edgecombe co., NC... Co. I, 30th Inf. Reg., NC

Tunnell, James A. Sr. 1844 Aft 1885 Malvina Margaret Powers 1868 Edgecombe co., NC John E. Tunnell Sallie Malvina, James, Virginia,others Edgecombe co., NC... Co. B, 66th Inf. Reg., NC

Tunnell, James W. Aft 1890 Edgecombe co., NC Cullen Tunnell Eliza Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, John 1876 Simon Tunnell Temperance Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, John J. 1841 Jul 3, 1863 None John J. Tunnell, Sr. Sarah None Wilson co., NC... Co. A., 47th Inf. Reg., NC Gettysburg, PA

Tunnell, John R. 1843 Aft 1865 Sarah Tunnell 1866 Edgecombe co., NC Tunnell Tunnell Piety Lamm James, Francis, John, Margaret, Andrew, others Edgecombe co., NC... Co. A., 47th Inf. Reg., NC Turpentine worker

Tunnell, John Robert 1837 Jul 28, 1864 Delia Tunnell 1860 Edgecombe co., NC Stephen Tunnell Mary Joseph, Mary, Sarah, others Wake co., NC... Co. I, 30th Inf. Reg., NC Charlottesville, VA Farmer

Tunnell, Kinchen 1843 Aug 25, 1864 None Jonathan Tunnell, Sr. Matilda None Edgecombe co., NC... Co. E, 7th Inf. Reg. Point Lookout, MD

Tunnell, Lewis D. 1835 Aft 1865 Margaret Fredericks 1857 Edgecombe co., NC Isaac Tunnell Susan A. John, Wiley, others Wake co., NC... Co. C, 1rst Inf. Reg., NC

Tunnell, Lucien 1794 Simon Tunnell Temperance Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Lucy 1842 Aft 1861 Edgecombe co., NC Jacob Tunnell First Wife Edgecombe co., NC... Minor at time of father's death.

Tunnell, Mary 1756 Blount Roundtree 1853 Nash co., NC Teacher Tunnell Children Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Mary 1787 Blount Roundtree 1853 Edgecombe co., NC Daniel Tunnell Children Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Mary E. Aft 1888 Mr. Williams Edgecombe co., NC Cullen Tunnell Nancy Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Morris B. Jr. 1842 Aft 1880 Milbrey Williams 1865 Edgecombe co., NC Morris B. Tunnell, Sr. Mary, Others Edgecombe co., NC... Co. A., 47th Inf Reg., NC Laborer

Tunnell, Nicholas 1843 Aft 1865 Julia, b. 1841 Jul 27, 1867 Edgecombe co., NC Bennett Tunnell Susan Batchelor George, John, Delia, Edward, Elizabeth, others Edgecombe co., NC... Co A., 47th Inf Reg., NC, Edgecombe co., NC

Tunnell, Nina 1843 Aft 1890 Mr. Drake 1865 Edgecombe co., NC Moses Tunnell Children Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Penninah 1840 Aft 1882 Mr. Lock 1863 Edgecombe co., NC Joel Tunnell Children Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Peyton H. 1877 Simon Tunnell Temperance Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Priscilla E. 1841 Aft 1888 Mr. Williams Edgecombe co., NC Francis Tunnell Julia Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Redden P. 1839 Aft 1865 Temperance A. Apr 19, 1861 Edgecombe co., NC Jacob Tunnell Anne Margaret Rodgers Martha, Elizabeth, Mary, others Edgecombe co., NC... Co. I, 30th Inf. Reg., NC Edgecombe co., NC

Tunnell, Robert D. Jr. 1835 Jul 25, 1863 None Robert Tunnell, Sr. Elizabeth None Edgecombe co., NC... Co. D, 47th Inf. Reg., NC

Tunnell, Rowena 1869 Simon Tunnell Temperance Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Ruffin 1882 Simon Tunnell Temperance Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, Ruffin Jr. 1837 May 19 1914 None Ruffin Tunnell, Sr. Elizabeth E. None Edgecombe co., NC... Crisp, Edgecombe co., NC

Tunnell, Rufus 1835 Aft 1865 Melissa, b. 1846 1857 Edgecombe co., NC Alsey Tunnell, Sr. Sarah Corbett Annice, Laura, others Edgecombe co., NC... Co. D, 47th Inf. Reg., NC

Tunnell, Thomas C. Aft 1880 Sallie Aug 2, 1865 Edgecombe co., NC Wilson Tunnell Sallie Etta, Ophelia Virginia… Co A., 47th Inf Reg., NC Edgecombe co., NC

Tunnell, Thomas H. 1841 Aft 1865 Maria Powers 1866 Tunnell, Edgecombe co., NC James R. Tunnell Wiley, others Edgecombe co., NC... Co. C, 1rst Inf. Reg., NC. Impoverished. Due to morphine addiction caused by war injury.

Tunnell, Thomas H. Jr. 1844 Aft 1865 Sarah Drewery 1868 Edgecombe co., NC Thomas R. Tunnell, Sr. Drewery (female) Children Edgecombe co., NC... Co. A., 47th Inf. Reg., NC. Disabled by war.

Tunnell, Thomas J. 1839 Jan 1, 1863 None Bennett Tunnell Susan Batchelor None Edgecombe co., NC... Co A., 47th Inf Reg., NC, . Died of smallpox Peterson, VA

Tunnell, Wiley D. Aft 1888 Edgecombe co., NC Cullen Tunnell Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, William E. Simon Tunnell Temperance Edgecombe co., NC...

Tunnell, William H. 1838 May 30, 1864 Mary Eliza Tunnell 1861 Edgecombe co., NC Reuben Tunnell Condary, others Edgecombe co., NC... Co. H, 12th Inf. Reg., NC Farmer

Nash County, North Carolina Vital Records AbstractsName Other Notes/Race Birth Date Birth Place Father Mother Spouse Marriage Date Marriage Place Children Occupation Death Date Place of Death Residence

Bradley, A.T. 1835 Nash co., NC Virgnia Tunnell Jun 7, 1857 Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Daniels, Louisa 1811 Nash co., NC Byrd B. Tunnell Sep 14, 1829 Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Deans, Martha 1847 Nash co., NC Marcellus L. Tunnell Apr 17, 1867 Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Fort, Jacob G. Nash co., NC Mary A.E. Tunnell Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Jones, Elizabeth Raised by Stepfather Washinton Tunnell. Negro. 1868 Nash co., NC Mary, b. 1847 Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Jones, Sarah D. Raised by Stepfather Washinton Tunnell. Negro. 1863 Nash co., NC Mary, b. 1847 Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Jones, William Hyman Raised by Stepfather Washinton Tunnell. Negro. 1969 Nash co., NC Mary, b. 1847 Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Jones, Elizabeth Raised by Stepfather Washinton Tunnell. Negro. 1868 Nash co., NC Mary, b. 1847 Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Jones, Sarah D. Raised by Stepfather Washinton Tunnell. Negro. 1863 Nash co., NC Mary, b. 1847 Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Jones, William Hyman Raised by Stepfather Washinton Tunnell. Negro. 1969 Nash co., NC Mary, b. 1847 Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Byrd B. 1804 Nash co., NC Louisa Daniels Sep 14, 1829 Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Byrd, B. Nash co., NC Druscilla Nash co., NC Massilon, Mary, Virginia Spring 1864 Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Charlotte 1824 North Carolina Lewis Tunnell Gray Whitley Nash co., NC Matilda, Anthony, Rufus, James, Cora, Isaac, George, Elias, Camillius, Emerson, Jane, others Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Lewis Negro. 1800 North Carolina Nash co., NC Charlotte, others Farm Hand Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Marcellus L. Before 1775 Edgecombe co., NC Martha Dean Apr 17, 1867 Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Mary A.E. Nash co., NC Byrd B. Tunnell Druscilla Jacob G. Fort Nash co., NC Children Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Massillon L. Minor at time of fathers death. Became ward of John E. Thorn Nash co., NC Byrd B. Tunnell Druscilla Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Virginia Nash co., NC Byrd B. Tunnell Druscilla Mr. Bradley Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Virginia 1834 Nash co., NC A.T. Bradley Jun 7, 1857 Nash co., NC Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Washington Negro. 1844 Nash co., NC Sophia, b. 1823 Mary, (widow Jones) b. 1847 Nash co., NC Farm Hand Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Henry W. 12 Mar 1870 . Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Peachtree Baptist Church, Nash co., NC Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, Ida C. 16 Jun 1874 . Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Peachtree Baptist Church, Nash co., NC Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, J.N. Co. K, 12th Inf. Reg., NC 1827 Nash co., NC Dec 5, 1862 Nash co., NC Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, John A. 1882 Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Peachtree Baptist Church, Nash co., NC Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, Mary Nickname: Pollie Feb 22, 1850 Nash co., NC Melvin Lee Vivarett Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Lee Chapel Baptist Church Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, Mary 1756 Nash co., NC Teacher Tunnell Blount Roundtree 1853 Nash co., NC Children Nash co., NC

Tunnell, William R. Co. H, 12th Inf. Reg., NC 17 Jan 1838 Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Peachtree Baptist Church, Nash co., NC Nash co.,N

Whitley, Gray Negro. 1822 North Carolina Charlotte Tunnell Nash co., NC Matilda, Anthony, Rufus, James, Cora, Isaac, George, Elias, Camillius, Emerson, Jane, others Farmer Stoney Creek, Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Alexander C. Co A., 47th Inf Reg., NC Wilson Tunnell Nancy Nancy Aug 2, 1865 Nash co., NC None Suvived to adulthood Aft 1880 Nash co., NC Sullivants, Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Amanda 1881 Nash co., NC James T. Tunnell Mary Westray Edwin Bunn Nash co., NC Children Aft 1866 Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Artolia 3 Nov 1849 Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Peachtree Baptist Church, Nash co., NC Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, Augustus Co. D, 47th Inf. Reg., NC 1837 Nash co., NC Aft 1865 Nash co., NC Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, Calvin D. Co. C, 1rst Inf. Reg., NC 1837 Wake co., NC Isaac Tunnell Martha Indiana Jane Fredericks 1860 Nash co., NC Children Aft 1865 Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Cornelia Apr 8, 1848 Nash co., NC Hardy White Wilder Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Lee Chapel Baptist Church Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, Goodman Co. C, 1rst Inf. Reg., NC 1836 Wake co., NC William T. Tunnell, Sr. Minerva Mary, b. 1837 1859 Nash co., NC William, Embro Turpentine worker/ Farmer Aft 1865 Union, Nash co., NC Union Twp., Nash co., NC

Tunnell, Grace M. 27 Jun 1906 Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Peachtree Baptist Church, Nash co., NC Nash co.,NC

Tunnell, Hattie T. 1909 Nash co., NC Aft 1920 Peachtree Baptist Church, Nash co., NC Nash co.,NC

LOOK HERE Accomack County, Virginia Births, 1882-92

Surname Given Name Date Race Sex Father Mother Notes Page

TUNNELL C. ELIZABETH 5 MAY, 1891 W F WILLIAM LIZZIE 571

TUNNELL HARRIET 6 JUN, 1887 W F WILLIAM ELISHA 475

TUNNELL NO NAME 11 MAY, 1889 W M WILLIAM ELIZABETH 524

TUNNELL SALLY 23 NOV, 1892 C F JAMES MARY 592

TUNNELL VIOLA 11 DEC, 1892 C F G.W. BERTHA 592

TUNNELL WILLIAM 17 AUG, 1884 W M WILLIAM ELIZABETH 393

North Carolina Marriage Bonds, 1741-1868

Bride: Drucilla Baker Groom: Bird B Tunnell Bond Date: 19 Jun 1854 County: Edgecombe Record #: 02 195 Bondsman: William Rose Witness: W A Jones Bond #: 000045427 Marriage Date: 22 Jun 1854 Performed By: C C Bonner

Bride: Louisa Daniel Groom: Byrd B Tunnell Bond Date: 14 Sep 1829 County: Nash Record #: 01 124 Bondsman: Redmun Bunn Witness: Benja H Blount Bond #: 000086936

Bride: Martha Deans Groom: Marcellus L Tunnell Bond Date: 17 Apr 1867 County: Nash Record #: 02 001 Witness: B. H. Sorsby (C Bond #: 000087335 Marriage Date: 17 Apr 1867 Performed By: Moses J. Hunt Comment: No Bondsman

Bride: Charlotte Tunnell Groom: Joseph Wells Spicer Bond Date: 11 Oct 1831 County: Edgecombe Record #: 03 031 Bondsman: Garry Daughtrey Witness: Ml Hearn Bond #: 000046270

Bride: Elizabeth Tunnell Groom: Jacob G Fort Bond Date: 13 Jun 1854 County: Nash Record #: 01 053 Bondsman: Lewis Stern Witness: G W Ward Bond #: 000085918

Bride: Virginia Tunnell Groom: A T Bradley Bond Date: 03 Jun 1857 County: Nash Record #: 01 021 Witness: Wm T Arrington Bond #: 000085472 Marriage Date: 07 Jun 1857 Performed By: John E Lindsey, Justice of the Peace

1790 U.S. Census Search Results

James Tunnell View State: MD Year: 1790 County: Worcester Image: 0454 Township: Unknown Township Roll: M637_3

William Tunnell State: NC Year: 1790 County: Beaufort Image: 0579 Township: Unknown Township Roll: M637_7

Warrington Tunnell State: NC Year: 1790 County: Hyde Image: 0575

Georgia Census, 1790-1890

Year Surname Given Name (s) County State Page Township or Other Info Record Type Database ID#

1830 TUNNELL WILLIAM Greene County GA 287 No Township Listed Federal Population Schedule GA 1830 Federal Census Index GAS3a1880174

1820 TUNNELL JOHN Madison County GA 053 No Township Listed Federal Population Schedule GA 1820 Federal Census Index GAS2a1276171

The DAC for the Tunnell family

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Janet at monkey1946@centurylink.net

Please help us link family by getting in touch with Wilma or me.

Please email Wilma Brown with your William and "Lady" Ann Howard Tunnell lineage. She compiling Our Linage Lines for book. She is trying to link Elizabeth Tunnell Ball to us. This so that others will not have to work so hard. Here is her email.

Wilma Grannywmb@aol.com.

You can find her here too.

Wilma M.(COWSAR)Brown Phone:1-8`17-534-2468 Address: 4100 Algerita St. Ft.Worth,Tx.76119 NOTE: Permanet P.O.Box No.15823 Ft.Worth,Tx.76119 ************************************************* Wilma's Lineage on Page ? in Noteable Southern Families by Zella Armstrong Thomas/Guillaume/Wm./Wm./Calvin/Daniel L./Wm.C./Henry J./ Clara E.Tunnell-Cowsar/Wilma M.Cowsar-Brown *************************************************************************

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