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Letter from Lincolnshire County Council re: Richard Singletary provided by LLoyd Dunham, p. 3

Letter from Lincolnshire County Council re: Richard Singletary provided by LLoyd Dunham, p. 3

Letter from Lincolnshire County Council re: Richard Singletary provided by LLoyd Dunham, p.2

Letter from Lincolnshire County Council re: Richard Singletary provided by LLoyd Dunham, p.2

Letter from Lincolnshire County Council re: Richard Singletary provided by LLoyd Dunham, p. 4

Letter from Lincolnshire County Council re: Richard Singletary provided by LLoyd Dunham, p. 4

Lewis Dunham - View media - Ancestry.com

Lewis Dunham - View media - Ancestry.com

Mary Ilsley Isley Essley - View media - Ancestry.com

Mary Ilsley Isley Essley - View media - Ancestry.com

File:Lincolnshire England  birthplace of Richard Singletary, ancestor of Dunhams (South)

File:Lincolnshire England birthplace of Richard Singletary, ancestor of Dunhams (South)

The Jonathan Singletary Dunham House, located in Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey, (the state's first Township, chartered on June 1, 1669 by King Charles II of England), is a house that was built around 1700 by Jonathan Singletary Dunham, an early American settler and freeholder who built the first gristmill in New Jersey nearby the house

The Jonathan Singletary Dunham House, located in Woodbridge Township, Middlesex County, New Jersey, (the state's first Township, chartered on June 1, 1669 by King Charles II of England), is a house that was built around 1700 by Jonathan Singletary Dunham, an early American settler and freeholder who built the first gristmill in New Jersey nearby the house

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