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Husband: (---) MURRAY {1}
Wife: Mary Ann GUNN {2,3} Birth: 1831 Bellefontaine, Logan, Ohio {2}
Father: John GUNN {4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14,15,16,17} Mother: Isabella SUTHERLAND {5,9,18,19,20,21,17,22,23}
Other Husbands: (---) MARMON {1}
Children
* Small numbers in brackets { } after names and events refer to source citations below.


CITATIONS
* Numbers in brackets { } indicate the number reference in Bibliography.
  1. First Presbyterian Church (Bellefontaine, Ohio). History of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Addresses Delivered at the celebration of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the pastorate of the Reverend George L. Kalb, D D. (1900 Press of the Index Printing & Publishing Co., Bellefontaine) OHIO 977.1 Logan CH629h. {1} Page 244.
  2. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [LDS]. "International Genealogical Index." Database. Family Search. http://www.familysearch.org : 2008. {2} accessed 17 Mar 2008. Batch #: 8225704, Sheet #: 55, Source Call #: 0884879, Printout Call #: NONE .
  3. First Presbyterian Church (Bellefontaine, Ohio). History of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Addresses Delivered at the celebration of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the pastorate of the Reverend George L. Kalb, D D. (1900 Press of the Index Printing & Publishing Co., Bellefontaine) OHIO 977.1 Logan CH629h. {1} Page 244. Murray, Mary Ann, Sept. 30, 1831, ex, dau John Gunn, mr first, Mr. Murray, mr second, Mr. Marmon, rem to Big Springs, O.
  4. Jensen, Edith Gunn. Our Scottish Heritage; Descendants of John Gunn Schoolmaster of Kildonan. (Edith Gunn Jensen, Hayward, California, June 1995). {3} Family index page.
  5. 1820 Federal Census, Ohio, Logan County, Lake Township, M33, Roll 90, Page 68. {4}
  6. 1830 Federal Census, Ohio, Logan County, Lake Township, M19, Roll 135, Page 66. {5}
  7. 1840 Federal Census, Ohio, Hardin County, Washington Township, M704, Roll 401, Page 94. {6}
  8. War of 1812 Service Records. National Archives and Records Administration, M602, 234 rolls. {7}
  9. Reid, William D. The Loyalists in Ontario, The Sons and Daughters of the American Loyalists of Upper Canada. (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1973 Hunterdon House , Lambertville, New Jersey) F1058.R44 1973. {8}
  10. Logan County Ohio - 1982 Vol. 1. (The Logan County Genealogical Society, 1986, PO Box 296, Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311) Library of Congress Catalog Number 83-80581. {9} Page 259.
  11. Perrin, William Henry, and J. H. Battle. History of Logan County and Ohio. (Chicago: O.L. Baskin., 1880). {10} Page 327-328.
  12. Lossing, Benson J. The Pictorial Field Book of the War of 1812. (New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square, 1869). {11} Page 266.
  13. The History Of Hardin County Ohio. (Chicago: Warner, Beers & Co. 1883). {12} Page 1057-1058.
  14. First Presbyterian Church (Bellefontaine, Ohio). History of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Addresses Delivered at the celebration of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the pastorate of the Reverend George L. Kalb, D D. (1900 Press of the Index Printing & Publishing Co., Bellefontaine) OHIO 977.1 Logan CH629h. {1} Page 15-16; 27, 29, 244.
  15. First Presbyterian Church (Bellefontaine, Ohio). History of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Addresses Delivered at the celebration of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the pastorate of the Reverend George L. Kalb, D D. (1900 Press of the Index Printing & Publishing Co., Bellefontaine) OHIO 977.1 Logan CH629h. {1} Page 29. John Gunn, surveyor, land agent, proprietor of Gunn's tavern in 1805. Chairman of one of the first congregational meetings of this church: 1825-33.
  16. First Presbyterian Church (Bellefontaine, Ohio). History of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Addresses Delivered at the celebration of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the pastorate of the Reverend George L. Kalb, D D. (1900 Press of the Index Printing & Publishing Co., Bellefontaine) OHIO 977.1 Logan CH629h. {1} Page 15-16. Among the earliest families in Logan county and probably the first to settle in the vicinity of Bellefontaine, that was inclined to the Presbyterian church, was that of John Gunn, who established a tavern about one mile south of the present fair grounds, in 1805. Mr. Gunn was from Canada and the agent for a large amount of real estate in this section. His tavern was for years a gathering place for both religious and political meetings. It was the best place for the itinerant preachers to gather the settlers together until Bellefontaine became a business center. Mr. Gunn does not appear to have been a member of the church until he joined here in 1831.
  17. Gottlieb, Agnes Effie (GUNN). Descendants of Private Charles White. (After 1938, New Mexico). {13}
  18. 1840 Federal Census, Ohio, Logan County, Lake Township, M704, Roll 409, Page 49. {14}
  19. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Hardin County, Taylor Creek Township, M432, District 49, Roll 692 Page 146A. {15} Line 3.
  20. 1860 Federal Census, Ohio, Hardin County, Lynn Township, M653, Roll 983, Page 46, Sheet 318, Image 50. {16} Line 4.
  21. 1870 Federal Census, Ohio, Hardin County, Lynn, M593_1219, Page 446B, Image 277. {17} Line 1.
  22. Denning, Bettie. E-mail documents. {18}
  23. Foss, Keith L. E-mail to Bettie Hoover (Grandma Bettie). (June 20, 2004). {19}

BIBLIOGRAPHY
* Numbers in brackets { } indicate the number reference in Repository List.
  1. First Presbyterian Church (Bellefontaine, Ohio). History of the First Presbyterian Church of Bellefontaine, Ohio, and Addresses Delivered at the celebration of the Thirty-Fifth Anniversary of the pastorate of the Reverend George L. Kalb, D D. (1900 Press of the Index Printing & Publishing Co., Bellefontaine) OHIO 977.1 Logan CH629h. {1}
  2. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints [LDS]. "International Genealogical Index." Database. Family Search. http://www.familysearch.org : 2008. {2}
  3. Jensen, Edith Gunn. Our Scottish Heritage; Descendants of John Gunn Schoolmaster of Kildonan. (Edith Gunn Jensen, Hayward, California, June 1995). Barbara E Millert 6650 Jensen Ranch Rd Castro Valley, CA 94552 (510) 581-6231 bmillert(at)comcast.net. {3}
  4. 1820 Federal Census, Ohio, Logan County, Lake Township, M33, Roll 90, Page 68.
  5. 1830 Federal Census, Ohio, Logan County, Lake Township, M19, Roll 135, Page 66. {4}
  6. 1840 Federal Census, Ohio, Hardin County, Washington Township, M704, Roll 401, Page 94. {4}
  7. War of 1812 Service Records. National Archives and Records Administration, M602, 234 rolls. Name: JOHN GUNN Company: CAPT. BLACK'S RIFLE CO., OHIO MILITIA. Rank - Induction: PRIVATE Rank - Discharge: PRIVATE Roll Box: 87 Roll Exct: 602 . {5}
  8. Reid, William D. The Loyalists in Ontario, The Sons and Daughters of the American Loyalists of Upper Canada. (Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc. 1973 Hunterdon House , Lambertville, New Jersey) F1058.R44 1973. {6}
  9. Logan County Ohio - 1982 Vol. 1. (The Logan County Genealogical Society, 1986, PO Box 296, Bellefontaine, Ohio 43311) Library of Congress Catalog Number 83-80581. A Collection of Historical Sketches and Family Histories compiled by members of the Logan County Genealogical Society Reprinted by: The Hubbard Company Defiance, OH 43512 Steve White, Publications Consultant . {6}
  10. Perrin, William Henry, and J. H. Battle. History of Logan County and Ohio. (Chicago: O.L. Baskin., 1880). containing a history of the state of Ohio, from its earliest settlement to the present time . a history of Logan County, giving an account of its aboriginal inhabitants . biographical sketches, portraits of some of the early settlers and prominent men, etc.
  11. Lossing, Benson J. The Pictorial Field Book of the War of 1812. (New York: Harper & Brothers, Publishers, Franklin Square, 1869). {7}
  12. The History Of Hardin County Ohio. (Chicago: Warner, Beers & Co. 1883). Containing A History of the County; Its Townships, Towns, Churches, Schools, Etc, General and Local Statistics; Military Record; Portraits of Early Settlers and Prominent Men; History of the Northwest Territory; History of Ohio; Miscellaneous Matters, Etc, Etc, Illustrated. . {8}
  13. Gottlieb, Agnes Effie (GUNN). Descendants of Private Charles White. (After 1938, New Mexico). Photocopy of typewritten paper. Two pages. Obtained from Colin D. Gunn Sep-2007. Originally from belongings of Alice (HARDIE) Gunn. Has "Alice" in script written in upper right corner. Presumably written by Agnes Effie (GUNN) Gottlieb. {3}
  14. 1840 Federal Census, Ohio, Logan County, Lake Township, M704, Roll 409, Page 49.
  15. 1850 Federal Census, Ohio, Hardin County, Taylor Creek Township, M432, District 49, Roll 692 Page 146A. {9}
  16. 1860 Federal Census, Ohio, Hardin County, Lynn Township, M653, Roll 983, Page 46, Sheet 318, Image 50. {9}
  17. 1870 Federal Census, Ohio, Hardin County, Lynn, M593_1219, Page 446B, Image 277. {9}
  18. Denning, Bettie. E-mail documents. {10}
  19. Foss, Keith L. E-mail to Bettie Hoover (Grandma Bettie). (June 20, 2004). {11}

REPOSITORIES
  1. Ohio Genealogical Society, 713 South Main St, Mansfield, Ohio 44907-1644, (419) 756-7294.
  2. Family Search Web Site, http://www.familysearch.org.
  3. Dale Christopher Gunn, 94 Washington St., Hudson, MA 01749, 978-562-8531 or 978-549-4159, dcgunn(at)gmail.com, http://dalecgunn.com/.
  4. My Family Web Site, Provo, Utah,, http://www.myfamily.com.
  5. NARA, National Archives and Records Administration, Washington, D.C.,.
  6. New England Historical Genealogical Society Library, 99 Newbury Street, Boston, MA 02116, (888) 296-3447, research(at)nehgs.org, http://www.newenglandancestors.org/.
  7. Hudson Public Library, 3 Washington Street, Hudson, MA 01749, 978-568-9644, tdesmond(at)cwmars.org, http://www.hudsonpubliclibrary.com/.
  8. Heritage Pursuit.com Web Site, http://www.heritagepursuit.com/Hardin/HarIndex.htm.
  9. Ancestrylibrary.com Web Site, http://ancestrylibrary.com/.
  10. Computer files of Dale C Gunn, 94 Washington St, Hudson, MA 01749, 978-562-8531, dcgunn(at)gmail.com, http://www.dalecgunn.com/. D:\Documents and Settings\mzx8bj\My Documents\Personal\Gunn Family Genealogy\Email from Vicky Gottlieb - RE I've added you to our family tree.txt.
  11. Digital files of Dale C. Gunn, 94 Washington St., Hudson, MA 01749, 978-549-4159 or 978-562-8531, dcgunn(at)gmail.com, http://dalecgunn.com/. Files on various computer media.

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