Rudy, James Dunn Adney who married Mary Duncan Jones was the son of William Alexander Dunn Adney, son of Thomas Adney and Elizabeth Dunn. Tappan Adney says, in his unpublished genealogy, that "At the age of 5 years his mother placed the little James Dunn Adney with his grandmother Peggy Dunn and she herself died when he was 'eleven or twelve years old' which would be 1822 or 1823. Before he was thirteen, the Dunns removed south into Blount county, Alabama... Specifically, Tappan Adney wrote: "III. James Dunn Adney (Thomas, Wm.-Alexander-Dunn) born July 3, 1811; died Nov. 4, 1874. Married in Blount county, Alabama, Mary Duncan Jones (sister of J. M. Jones) born Dec. 15, 1815; died Nov. 4, 1875. He was a travelling preacher of the Methodist Episcopal Church. Some time between 1841 and 1844, he removed to Arkansas...He settled with his family at Dardanelle, in the present Yell County. Of his children, the first three were born in Alabama, the remainder in Arkansas." He goes on to list thirteen children with birth and death dates: Martha Mariah, William Alexander, Nancy Amanda, Mary Louisa Pheriba, Martin Van Buren, James Dunn Madison, Jesse Milvern Bertrand, Amminda Mahala, Elizabeth, Eugene Albert Stout, Gustavous Alphonso Watson, Laflavus Alonzo Ralston, and John Pleasant Stanford Layert. Let me know if you need specific information on one of these children. By the way, thanks to the efforts of others, this information is probably available in the Mormon (LDS) library...see a reference on my website at http://www.siterrific.com/Adneyhttp://www.siterrific.com/Adney.