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Benjamin Monroe Dunkin 1890-1969

Effie Pearl Withrow - Benjamin Monroe Dunkin

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Effie Dunkin

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Effie Withrow Dunkin

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Ben Dunkin

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Ben Dunkin s Brother

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Dunkin Girls

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Clinton Dunkin

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Clinton Dunkin

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Claud Sutherland



July 27, 1976

Mrs. Effie DUNKIN Dies: services will be on Thursday
Mrs. Efie Pearl DUNKIN 82 a resident of the Bartlesville area since 1915 died at 11:05 p.m. on Saturday in the Heritage Manor after an extended ilness.
Mrs.DUNKIN was born in Salt Lake City Utah, Aug 9 1893 and as a child made her home with her parents in Garland TX, where she was reared and recieved her education prior to the family's move to Ft.Smith Ark. As a young woman, she was married to Mr. Benjamin M. DUNKIN in Ft.smith in Sept 1913. They moved to Bartlesville in 1915 where DUNKIN was employed by the National Zinc Company for a number of years and later inlife became active with the Salvation Army, retiring from activity in 1956.
Mr. DUNKIN died in 1969 and Mrs. DUNKIN has made her home in Bartlesville since that time. She has been in failing helath for the past several years and has made her home in the Heritage Manor for the past five years. She was a member of the Salvation Army Church.
She is survived by one son, C.W.DUNKIN, Port Hueneme Ca, four daughters, Mrs. Mae MINOR, Parsons KS, Mrs. George (Mary) MINOR, Denver Co. Mrs. Bill (Jean) DIVINE, also of Parsons KS and Mrs. Claude (Mildred) SUTHERLAND and 26 grandchildren.
Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday in the Colonial Chapel of the Neekamp Funeral Home with Brig. John R.Davis, retired Salvation Army officer as the officiant with interment to be in the White Rose Cemetery



Children

Mae E Dunkin 1915
Infan Dunkin Died 7 Oct 1918
Clinton Dunkin 1919
Mary Ellen Dunkin 1 June 1923
Joseph Dunkin 1 June 1923 Died 28 Jun 1923
Mildred Dunkin 1925
Jean Dunkin 1931
Infant Duncan Died 20 Set 1933







William Winston Dunkin

Born: 2 Mar 1856, Walker, Alabama, USA
Died: 1901, Conway, Arkansas,

Children

William T Dunkin 1878

Joseph W Dunkin 1880

Georgana Dunkin 1883

Mary A Dunkin 1885

John H Dunkin 1889

Benjamin M Dunkin 1890

Sarah E Dunkin 1893


William D Dunkin

Born: 22 Dec 1827
Died: 1880, Walker, Alabama, USA







 
 
John William Dunkin
Born: 1802Ireland
Died: 1860, Walker, Alabama, USA

Name: John Dunkin
Arrival Date: 10 Apr 1832
Age: 30
Gender: Male
Port of Arrival: Philadelphia
Port of Departure: Liverpool
Place of Origin: Great Britain and Ireland
Occupation: Laborer
Destination: USA
Ship Name: Ship United States
National Archives' Series Number: 425
Microfilm Number: 47
List Number: 38




Benjamin M. (Monroe) DUNKIN 78 418 Kaw, a longtime resident of Bartlesville, died at 2:10 a.m. sunday in a local hospital after a brief illness
Funeral Services will be held at 2 p.m. Wednessday t the ColonialChapel of the Neekamps Funeral Home with Major John Courtoisofficating assisted by Brig. John R.Davis, both of the SalvationArmy. Interment will be in White Rose Cemetery.Mr. DUNKIN was born in Morrilton Ark on Oct 25 1890, and was rearedin that area. He married Miss Effie WITHROW in Ft. Smith Ark on Sept29, 1913 and they lived there where he was with the Midland Valley Railroad Co., prior to engaging in farming that area.They came to Bartlesville in 1915 and he was with the National Zinc Co. He later became active as a soldier with the Salvatin Army in 1956. He has been in failing health for the past year and became seriously ill three weeks ago. He was a member of the Salvation Army Church. Survivors include his wife, Mrs. Effie DUNKIN of the home, one son, C. W. DUNKIN, Port Hueneme CA, four daughters, Mrs. C. E. MINOR Okay OK., Mrs. George MINOR, Denver Co., Mrs. Claude SUTHERLAND, Bartlesvilleand Mrs. Bill DIVINE, Parsons Ks. One sister, Georgia ALEXANDER, Oceana Ca, 26 grandchildren and 24 great grandchild

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
White Rose Cemetery of Bartlesville Dunkin 10085 DUNKIN BENJAMIN M. 0 2101934 02/10/1969 White Rose Bartlesville 10086 DUNKIN EFFIE PEARL 0 7241976 07/24/1976 White Rose Bartlesville 0 10087 DUNKIN INFANT 0 10071918 10/07/1918 White Rose Bartlesville 0 10088 DUNKIN INFANT 0 9201933 09/20/1933 White Rose Bartlesville 0 10089 DUNKIN JOSEPH 0 6281923 06/28/1923 White Rose Bartlesville 0







Mary Elizabeth Miller

Born: 8 May 1854Carbon Hill, Walker, Alabama, USA
Died: 10 Feb 1934 Bartlesville, Osage, Oklahoma














Mary Elizabeth Randolph

Born: 29 Mar 1829, Walker, Alabama, USA
Died: 26 Aug 1922, Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA










Hetty W Peacock
Born: 1810, , South Carolina, USA
Died: 1860, Walker, Alabama, USA

 
 
Children
William D Dunkin1827 1880

Joel A Dunkin1832

Martha Ann Dunkin1837

Margaret Dunkin1840

Jeremiah Dunkin1846

Frances Dunkin1849

Hetta Dunkin1851

George Dunkin1855

William Winston Dunkin1856 1904

Mary Susan Dunkin1857 1949