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John Mason & Family

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  William Peter Plunk, son of John Plunk,
moved  his family to Texas btw 1840-1850 


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George & Fannie Plunk
         Born in Lincoln County, North Carolina. Tax records 1870 George owned 467 acres in McNairy County Tennessee          

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 David Brazill Plunk & Sister Gertrude
David adopted son of William Henry & Angeline Plunk. It was told that David and his sister Opal Gertrude, were abandoned by a family of show people (circus) passing through town. Opal Gertrude was adopted by another family.  
 
 
 

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  John Alexander Plunk, son of Jacob Plunk,
born Lincoln, County North Carolina. Raised
his family in McNairy County, Tennessee 

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John Alexander Plunk Children & Grandchildren.

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Harmon Purdy Floyd

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Frederick J Floyd

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William Henry & Angeline Plunk
 William born in McNairy County, Tennessee was approximitely 12 years of age when Elisha Plunk, his father, moved fhe family to Missouri. 

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Christopher Columbus & Sarah Plunk
Christopher born in Titus County, Texas. Died Allen Pontotoc County, Oklahoma. 

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        Calvin David & Anna Gage Plunk
                     
Calvin born Lincoln County, North Carolina. Calvin and Anna raised their family in McNairy County, Tennessee. 

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  Sydney Albert Plunk and wife Susannah Weaver, son of John Plunk, & Elizabeth Shook. 
 Tax records 1870. Sydney was the largest land owner and
taxpayer for the District 16, McNairy County, Tennessee 
  He paid $13.72, owned 567 acres.

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  John Wesley Plunk & Elizabeth
For thirty-five years John preached the Gospel as a "circuit rider" in the Wesleyan Methodist Church McNairy County, Tennessee, a Northern Anti-slavery denomination that came to the South after the war. 

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Neal B. Plunk & Family 

Raised his family in McNairy County, Tennessee 

                             

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Lavina Plunk and Nathan Abraham Plunk Family
Moore, Lavina. Foster, Opelpia, Maggie, Geneva Plunk 

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Albert Abraham And Ollye Pearl Amerson Plunk

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Alfred Monroe Plunk & Family

 

 

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John Henry & Nancy Elizabeth Plunk
Owned and operated several businesses. stores, blacksmith shops and mills. He started a store with a Post Office at Plunk, Missouri. 10 miles north of Mountain Grove. 

We would love to hear from you.

Lonnie Plunk

plunkfamily@att.net