Note: Ancester of President Barack OBAMA. He moved to Fayette County, Ohio in 1836, after selling his Land in Berkeley County, Virginia in Oct. 1835 for $200.00. He stayed there at least thru 1840 when he moved to Tipton County, Indiana. Will Book of Tipton County, Indiana: Jacob DUNHAM and Catherine Dunham gave to Amos DUNHAM for $25.00 the S.E. quarters of the N.W. Quarters of section # 31 in Township # 22 in range East 9th Day of May 1856. Jacob and Catherine Dunham Deed to Jacob Mackey DUNHAM for the sum of $50.00 the south half of west half of the S.E. quarters of section # 7 in township # 3 East, except 80 feet on the west side for a road for Samuel Goodnight DUNHAM to Petersburg and Berlin Road, also 15 acres off the N.E. of the west half of the N.E. quarters of section # 31 in township # 29 north in range # 3 East May 1856 Jacob DUNHAM 350 acres to D. B. TUDOR, Jacob DUNHAM to Samuel Goodnight DUNHAM, Samuel Goodnight DUNHAM to Jacob May 8, 1850. Margaret Dunham 21 acres, Owin REESE, $125.00. Son Dunham and David KEMP $300.00. Book F p403 July 19, 1839 James Mackey DUNHAM showed an indenture to him by Jacob DUNHAM. 1820 Census of Middletown, Berkeley, Virginia Feb. 22, 1821 p193 Jacob DUNHAM 1 male 18-26 1 Female 16-26 1830 Census of Berkeley County, Virginia p215 Oct. 13 1830 Jacob DUNHAM 2 males 0-5 1 male 30-40 1 female 5-10 1 female 15-20 1 female 30-40 1840 Census of Fayette County, Ohio Jacob DUNHAM 1 male under 5 2 males 5-10 1 male 10-15 1 male 40-50 1 female 5-10 1 female 40-50 1860 Census Tipton County, Indiana Praire Township July 27 1860 p174 Jacob DUNHAM 66 born VA, Catherine DUNHAM 67 born PA Jacob and Catherine owned 65 or 165 acres and a large 5,000 sq. ft. House in Kempton, Tipton, Indiana
RootsWeb.com is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.