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When Dunham changed to Donham

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Re: Dunham/Donham/Denham

Rose L.C. D. (View posts)
Posted: 19 Mar 2000 1:58PM GMT
Hi: Did you know the story of the Donham name?Supposedly this man came from Spain into Scotland inthe 16th century as a rebel.From their he eventually came to America. However, this wasn't his name, and he was of Spanish descent. My family are Denhams but I highly suspect they may be Dunhams because I keep hitting a deadend. I think my Hezekiah Stout Denham/Dunham, b. 1802 in Knoxville,TN. happened during a winter trip either going north or south with his parents, which are unknown at this time. I don't know where he was raised, but he married 1824 In Indiana, to Winnie Littell/Little, b. 1803 in Georgia. They had kids in Indiana and Iowa, then spread to Minnesota, Wisconsin, North Dakota, Missouri, and Nebraska. Any help here?Rose D.
SubjectAuthorDate Posted
Robert Donham 8 Jan 2000 6:51PM GMT 
rfinter 19 Jan 2000 8:35PM GMT 
pajunkin67 23 Feb 2000 5:12PM GMT 
Rose L.C. D. 19 Mar 2000 8:58PM GMT 
pajunkin67 20 Mar 2000 8:40AM GMT 
Rose LCD 22 Mar 2000 11:10PM GMT 
pajunkin67 23 Mar 2000 6:28AM GMT 
Rose LCD 23 Mar 2000 9:04PM GMT 
Rose LCD-3-29-00 29 Mar 2000 8:55PM GMT 
pajunkin67 30 Mar 2000 5:54AM GMT 
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