HOPELESSLY LOST FAMILY ORIGIN PLEASE HELP! TN>AL>MO>CA>OR.
Surnames: NUNN, ROBINSON, RAY, NICHOLS, FINNIGON, HART, O' KELLY, RIZEOR,
LEWS, CONGER, HILT, SMITH, AND KINCHELOE.
Locations: Harrison County, Tennessee, Rogue Lauderdale County, Alabama, Hartville, Wright
County, Missouri, River Oregon, Oroville, Butte County, California, Eugene, Benton Oregon,
Lane County, Oregon, Ozark Township, Greene County, Missouri, Marshfield, and Unknown,
I am searching for information on Hiram NUNN and his wife Mary Jane ROBINSON, their
children and families. Also, I would really like to gather more information on the ROBINSON
family to support the information I already have on the family. It is my hope that by placing this
message on these boards, someone out there with a small scrap of information will see this
message and contact me. The best way I can envision to start this despaired search for
information is to tell you what I know and go from there. I would greatly appreciate any and all
assistance. The following, is the data that I have collected on this family:
Generation No. 1
1. HIRAM GREEN5 NUNN (ZEPHANIAH4, FRANCIS3, WILLIAM2, FRANCIS1) was born
February 28, 1812 in Harrison County, Tennessee, and died 1869 in Rogue River Oregon. He
married MARY JANE ROBINSON 1833 in Lauderdale, Alabama, daughter of JOHN
ROBINSON and MARTHA RAY. She was born 1817 in Harrison County, Tennessee, and died
1862 in Oroville, California, Butte Co. California.
More About HIRAM GREEN NUNN:
Fact 1: Settled in Wright County, MO. in 1840.
Fact 2: Died: while participating in the gold rushes of the era 1849-1890s.
Fact 3: All of Hiram's children are listed on farm deed.
Fact 4: sold the farm to her son Harvey L. Hart in 1904.
Fact 5: Listed in Mary F. Nunn's personal Bible, papers and 1850 census.
Fact 6: Listed In the census of 1850 of Wright Co. MO.
More About MARY JANE ROBINSON:
Fact 1: Died: while participating in the gold rushes of the era 1849-1890s.
Fact 2: Listed In the census of 1850 of Wright Co. Mo. as being in the Hiram Green Nunn-
Fact 3: Also, listed in the personal papers of Mary F. Nunn.
Fact 4: Could Have Died 1869.
More About HIRAM NUNN and MARY ROBINSON:
Marriage: 1833, Lauderdale, Alabama
Children of HIRAM NUNN and MARY ROBINSON are:
i. MARY FRANCIS6 NUNN, b. January 07, 1839, Tennessee; d. March 15, 1907, Hartville,
Missouri; m. (1) JAMES FREEMAN NICHOLS, Hartville, Missouri; b. July 14, 1841, Ozark
Township, Greene County, Missouri; d. November 07, 1873, Marshfield, Webster County,
Missouri; m. (2) JIM FINNIGON; m. (3) PETER HART, 1856, Wright County, Missouri; b.
1837; d. 1866, Arkansas.
ii.GREEN PRYOR"DOCK" NUNN, b. June 22, 1844, Hartville, Missouri; d. November 22,
1902, Eugene, Lane County, Oregon; m. MARY ANN O' KELLY, September 09, 1868, Eugene,
Lane County, Oregon; b. Oregon.
iii.NEWTON ROBINSON NUNN, b. 1843, Hartville, Missouri; d. 1923, Tulare, California; m.
(1) MARY RIZEOR, 1868, Oregon; b. WFT Est. 1830-1854, Poss. Benton Oregon; d. WFT Est.
1873-1943, Pineville; m. (2) SYLVIA J. LEWS, September 19, 1880; b. WFT Est. 1841-1867; d.
WFT Est. 1894-1954.
iv.JOSEPH ( JOE) NUNN, b. 1857, Hartville, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1840-1942.
v.THOMAS MITCHELL NUNN, b. 1846, Hartville, Missouri; d. November 16, 1932; m.
ISABELL CONGER; b. Poss. Benton Oregon; d. September 16, 1935.
vi.EMILY JANE NUNN, b. 1848, Hartville, Missouri; d. WFT Est. 1849-1942; m. WALTER
vii. MISSOURI NUNN//, m. WILSON SMITH.
viii. CYNTHIA NUNN, b. 1837; m. JOHN ALLEN KINCHELOE; b. 1829; d. 1882.
ix. TAYLOR NUNN, b. California; d. Died Young.
x. DUALZ NUNN, b. California; d. Died Young.
xi. HIRAM JR. NUNN, b. 1860.
Does any of this ring any bells? It is my hope that this information will assist you in your
research, and by assisting you, you will assist me, whereas if you can add to this information, or
see something that I can’t you will let me know. I have been looking for a long time now, and it is
my hope that we can assist each other. If you think you have any information please do not
hesitate to contact me directly at: firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank You Very Much for Your Time!
Berna David Hunter