Gunn Documents

Areta Gunn Jones - Date: 11/4/2000
Title: Funeral Program
Description:

Areta Gunn Jones - Date: 11/5/2000
Title: Obituary
Description:

Augustus Gunn - Date: 4/23/1923
Title: Death certificate
Description:

Austin Gunn - Date: 1/8/1935
Title: Austin Gunn marriage license
Description: Marriage license for Austin Gunn

Austin Gunn - Date: 1/8/1935
Title: Marriage License application
Description: Part 1

Austin Gunn - Date: 1/8/1935
Title: Marriage License application
Description: Part II

Austin P Gunn - Date: 6/3/1942
Title: Death Certificate
Description: Austin P Gunn death certificate

Bridget Gunn - Date: 2/18/1917
Title: Death certificate
Description: Bridget Kelly Gunn (wife of Morris H. Gunn)

Ewing Gunn - Date: 6/29/1920
Title: Marriage License
Description:

Ewing Gunn, Jr - Date: 8/26/2003
Title: Funeral Program
Description:

Ewing Gunn, Sr. - Date: 7/12/1944
Title: Death certificate
Description:

Helen Gunn, Helen Genevieve Gunn - Date: 11/10/1984
Title: Obituary
Description: Obituary Lawrence, KS

Ida C Gunn, Morris Gunn - Date: 10/4/1957
Title: Obituary
Description: Second wife of Morris Gunn

Ila Porter Gunn - Date: 6/5/1917
Title: Draft Registration Card
Description: WW I draft registration card

Ila Porter Gunn - Date: 12/23/1914
Title: Marriage License
Description: To Bertha M. Harris

Mike Gunn - Date: 9/10/1913
Title: Marriage License
Description: To Miss Myrtle Fah

Morris Gunn - Date: 2/8/1941
Title: Death certificate
Description: Child of Austin and Bessie Gunn

Morris H. Gunn - Date: 2/27/1941
Title: Death certificate
Description:

Morris H. Gunn - Date: 8/13/1921
Title: Marriage License
Description: To Ida Bartley

Neasy Gunn - Date: 2/21/1940
Title: Marriage License application
Description: to Jack Barron

Neva Davenport Gunn Ketchum - Date: 7/20/1981
Title: Funeral Program
Description:

Thomas A Gunn - Date: 11/6/1945
Title: Obituary
Description: Obiturary for Thomas A Gunn of Elvins, Mo

Ancestors

If you could see your ancestors all standing in a row.
Would you be proud of them? Or don't you really know ?

Strange discoveries are sometimes made, in climbing the family tree,
Occasionally one is found in line, who shocks his progeny.

If you could see your ancestors, all standing in a row,
Perhaps there might be one or two, you wouldn't care to know.

Now turn the question right about, and take another view.
When you shall meet your ancestors, will they be proud of you ?

----Author Unknown----

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