Thomas Lafayette Dunaway

M, b. February 1887, d. 16 December 1961

Mary M. Hendricks &
Thomas Lafayette Dunaway
c. 1940s

FatherNelson Snead Dunaway b. Mar 1868
MotherColie P. Hancock b. bt 2 Jun 1852 - 1 Jun 1853
Thomas Lafayette Dunaway|b. Feb 1887\nd. 16 Dec 1961|p737.htm|Nelson Snead Dunaway|b. Mar 1868|p46.htm|Colie P. Hancock|b. bt 2 Jun 1852 - 1 Jun 1853|p1050.htm|Thomas E. Dunaway|b. bt 2 Jun 1819 - 1 Jun 1821\nd. bt 1901 - 1902|p27.htm|Elizabeth McKinney|b. bt 2 Jun 1827 - 1 Jun 1828\nd. 5 May 1875|p29.htm||||Sarah W. Hancock|b. bt 2 Jun 1833 - 1 Jun 1834\nd. 18 Aug 1889|p30.htm|

ChartsDunaway, Thomas - c. 1820-c. 1901 - Descendants Chart
Last Edited9 Sep 2008

BirthThomas Lafayette Dunaway was born in February 1887 in Halifax County, Virginia.1
He was the son of Nelson Snead Dunaway and Colie P. Hancock.
1900 CensusThomas Dunnaway (given age 13) was listed as a boarder of Joseph C. Almond (given age 32) on the 1900 Census. The census entry showed that Thomas was born in Feb 1887. His place of birth, as well as that of his father and mother, was Virginia. He was a Farm Laborer. He did not attend school within the year. an unknown person was not able to read or write, but he spoke English.1
MarriageThomas Lafayette Dunaway married Mary M. Hendricks after 23 March 1910 in Campbell County, Virginia.
1920-HoFThomas Lafayette Dunaway was listed as the head of family on the 1920 Census recorded 13 January 1920 (official date 1 Jan 1920) at Phelps Road in Seneca, Campbell County, Virginia. Residing in the same family were, his son William T. Dunaway and his cousin Clifton T. Dunaway. The census entry showed that Thomas rented the home the family lived in and they lived on a farm. He was able to read and write and he spoke English. His place of birth, as well as that of his father and mother, was Virginia. Thomas worked on his own account as a farmer in general farming.2
1930-HoFThomas Lafayette Dunaway was listed as the head of family on the 1930 Census recorded 2 April 1930 (official date 1 Apr 1930) at County Road #20 in Rustburg, Campbell County, Virginia. Residing in the same family were, his son William T. Dunaway. The census entry showed that Thomas owned the home the family lived in and they lived on a farm. They did not have a radio set to enjoy. Thomas was 25 years old when he first married. He was not able to read or write, but he spoke English. His place of birth, as well as that of his father and mother, was Virginia. Thomas worked on his own account as a farmer in general farming. He was not a veteran.3
DeathThomas Lafayette Dunaway died on 16 December 1961 in Campbell County, Virginia, at age 74 years and 10 months.

Family

Mary M. Hendricks (living)
MarriageThomas Lafayette Dunaway married Mary M. Hendricks after 23 March 1910 in Campbell County, Virginia.
Children

Citations:

  1. [S24] 1900 U.S. census, Campbell County, Virginia, population schedule, Rustburg District, p. 200a (stamped), enumeration district (ED) 27, sheet 22-A, dwelling 394, family 395, Joseph C. Almond; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 7 September 2008); citing National Archives microfilm publication T623, roll 1703.
  2. [S97] Thomas Dunaway household, Fourteenth Census of the United States: 1920, Campbell County, Virginia, Population Schedule, page 281A-281B, Seneca District, Enumeration District (ED) 86, Sheet 5A-5B, Line(s) 49-54, Dwelling 81, Family 81; National Archives Microfilm Publication T625-1884.
  3. [S132] Thomas Dunaway household, Fifteenth Census of the United States: 1930, Campbell County, Virginia, Population Schedule, page 81A, Rustburg Magisterial District, Enumeration District (ED) 13, Sheet 1A, Line(s) 37-42, Dwelling 7, Family 7; National Archives Microfilm Publication T626-2438.