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Was Always Told J. P. Tunnell's name was John, not Jasper by Sonja Brumit (wolfmom45@netzero.com) on 2010-05-20 9:00 p.m.

Isaac Newton Tunnell's siblings were Reuben Tunnell, William Thomas Tunnell, J. P. (John Payton) Tunnell, born 26 Dec 1857 in Choctaw, Ms., d. 30 Sept. 1904, m. 22 Oct. 1879 to Tennessee Cottingham, both buried in Ebenezer Cemetery; Sarah A., Timothy G. Tunnell, Mary Malinda/Mathilda, Nancy L., Nathan Tunnell, and Julia Tunnell (at the time of Isaac Newton's death she was living in Hope, Ark.).


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