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Mrs. Esther Belle Dykes-Beachy. (DAR ID Number: 114775) Born in Lebanon, Kans. Wife of Jay Keim Beachy. Descendant of Peter Muffly, Ensign Richard Shipley, James Harvey, John Walker, Lieut. Col. James Dunlop, and George Wannemacher, as follows: 1. John Bell Dykes (b. 1860) m. 1895 Mary Gordon (b. 1869). 2. Thomas Dykes (1837-1915) m. 1859 Rebecca Shipley (1841-1900); William Leslie Gordon (1840-98) m. 1867 Julia Muffly (b. 1848). 3. John B. Shipley (1820-82) m. Abigail Harvey (1820-80); James G. Gordon (1799-1868) m. 1838 Mary Steele (1813-95); Lucas Henry Muffly (1812-58) m. 1832 Nancy Davis Eckert (1810-80). 4. James Harvey (1780-1840) m. Sarah Murray (1786-1844); Robert Steele m. Rebecca Dunlop (1778-1872); James Shipley m. Nellie -; Henry Muffly (1772-1853) m. 1794 Julia Walker (1774-1861). [p.243] 5. James Harvey; James Dunlop m. Jane Boggs (1740-1812); Nathaniel Shipley (b. 1765) m. 1st Mary -; John Walker m. Eva Christina -; Peter Muffly (1739-1816) m. Catherine Regina Wanamaker (1744-1831). 6. Richard Shipley m. 1st Christina Shipley (d. 1773); George Wannemacher m. Elizabeth Catherine -. Peter Muffly (1739-1816) served as private in Capt. Frederick Coons' company, Lieut. Col. Nicklass Kerns' Northampton County, Pennsylvania regiment. He was born in Bucks County; died in Northampton County, Pa. Richard Shipley (1730-87) was ensign in Baltimore militia, 1776. He was born in England; died in Baltimore, Md. James Harvey (1751-1844) served as private in Captain Sharpe's company, Ioth North Carolina regiment. He was born in North Carolina; died in Hawkins County, Tenn. John Walker served as private in Capt. John Ritter's company, Northampton County, Pennsylvania militia, 1780. He died, 1806, in Northampton County, Pa. James Dunlop (1727-1821) was promoted lieutenant colonel of Ioth Pennsylvania battalion. He was born in Ireland; died in Bellefonte, Pa. George Wannemacher came to America, 1731, settled in Northampton County, Pa., and furnished a team for hauling military supplies, 1777. He died in Northampton County, Pa. (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115 page 243)

Mrs. Mary Gordon Dykes. (DAR ID Number: 114774) Born in Howard, Pa. Wife of John Bell Dykes. Descendant of Lieut. Col. James Dunlop, as follows: 1. William Leslie Gordon (1840-98) m. 1867 Julia Muffly (b. 1848). 2. James G. Gordon (1799-1868) m. 1838 Mary Steele (1813-95). 3. Robert Steele (1785-1876) m. Rebecca Dunlop (1778-1872). 4. James Dunlop m. Jane Boggs (1740-1812). James Dunlop (1727-1821) was promoted lieutenant colonel of the 10th Pennsylvania battalion. He was born in Ireland; died in Bellefonte, Pa. (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 115 page 242)

Mrs. Elizabeth Muffly Montgomery. (DAR ID Number: 31072) Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Wife of Joseph Lingle Montgomery. Descendant of Lieut.-Col. James Dunlop, of Pennsylvania. Daughter of Joseph R. Muffly and Martha Steel Gordon, his wife. Granddaughter of James Gordon and Mary Stuart Steel, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of Robert Steel and Rebecca Dunlop, his wife. Gr.-gr.-granddaughter of James Dunlop and Jane Boggs, his wife. James Dunlop, (1727-1821), was major of Col. William Irvine's regiment 1776 and was at the battle of Three Rivers. He was promoted lieutenant colonel, 1777; died in Bellefonte, Pa., a town he laid out. (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 32 page 27)

Mrs. Carrie Adele Hunt Curtis. (DAR ID Number: 37151) Born in Clarksville, Iowa. Wife of Edward Hyde Curtis. Descendant of William Hunt. Daughter of Smith Reed Hunt and Louise Muffly, his wife. Granddaughter of Elijah Hunt (b. 1806) and Anstrus Reed, his wife. Gr.-granddaughter of William Hunt and Nancy Colborn (b. 1771), his wife, m. 1788. William Hunt, (1763-1846), enlisted 1779 from Northumberland county, Pa., under Capt. Thomas Campleton for guarding the frontiers. In 1833 he applied for a pension in Lansing, [p.54] Tompkins county, N. Y., and it was allowed for six months actual service as private Pennsylvania line. His widow in 1847 received a penson. (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 37 page 54)

Miss Jennie M. Culp. (DAR ID Number: 161153) Born in Helmville, Mont. Descendant of Daniel Wunderlich, as follows: 1. David W. Culp (1830-1915) m. 1876 Mary J. Muffly (b. 1846). 2. William Culp (1806-82) m. 1829 Eliza Wunderlich (1807-76). 3. John David Wunderlich (1775-1840) m. 1802 Mary Titzel (Heckendorn) (1778-1864). 4. Daniel Wunderlich m. 1763 Eva Barbara Siechele (1744-1821). Daniel Wunderlich (1737-99) served as private in the Lancaster County, Pennsylvania militia. He was born in Ludwigsburg, Germany; died in Carlisle, Pa. (The National Society of the Daughters of the American Revolution Volume 162 page 47)