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The following Biographical sketch was copied from the book "HISTORY AND BIOGRAPHY COUNTIES OF WHITE AND PULASKI, INDIANA. Historical and Biographical. Illustrated. Chicago; F.A. Battey & Co., Publishers. 1883.
page 284, Honey Creek Township, White County, Indiana.
"A. R. BUNNELL was born in Clark County, Ohio, October 16, 1832, and is the eldest of ten children born to NATHANIEL (Jr.) and SUSANNA (RUNNYON)(RUNYAN) BUNNELL. He received the rudiments of an education at the frontier schoolhouse, and, by subsequent study, improved it to more than the ordinary limits. At the age of twenty-one, after leaving the home farm, he learned the carpenter's trade, at which he was engaged, as journeyman, from the spring until the fall of 1856, in Minnesota, when he returned to Indiana and cast his first vote for Fremont. In the spring of 1857, he went to St. Joseph, Missouri, where he worked at his trade two years, and then for two years was employed in flat-boating on the Missouri River. In the fall of 1861, he returned to Indiana, and farmed his father's place on shares until February, 1864, when he enlisted in Company F, One Hundred and Twenty-eighth Indiana Volunteer Infantry. During the Atlanta campaign he was taken prisoner, August 16, 1864, and was confined in the pens of Andersonville, Savannah, Wilbern, Blackshire, Florence and Libby. From the last prison, he was exchanged in the spring of 1865, and was mustered out of the service June 9 following. He again farmed his father's place on shares until the spring of 1868, when he bought the farm of 110 acres in this township on which he still resides. December 25, 1862, he married SUSAN M. RINKER, daughter of JOSHUA and LOUISA (REECE) RINKER, and a native of White County. The children born to this marriage are CLARK, FRANK, CORA, and ORA. MR. BUNNELL has been a Justice of the Peace for the past three years, and he and wife are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church."