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John "Jack" FORSHEY Jr.
Debby A. BURTON
Frederick SHAMBLEN
(1826-1915)
Aseneth "Sena" WICKHAM
(1827-1855)
Samuel FORSHEY
(1846-1898)
Nancy Jane SHAMBLEN
(Abt 1849-1892)

Deborah Anna FORSHEY
(1872-1931)

 

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Spouses/Children:
1. Charles NUNN

Deborah Anna FORSHEY 2 3

  • Born: Mar 1872, Noble Co, OH 2 3
  • Marriage (1): Charles NUNN on 2 Oct 1889 in Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA 1
  • Died: 25 Jun 1931, Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA at age 59 1
  • Buried: 28 Jun 1931, Evergreen Cem, Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA 1 4
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bullet  General Notes:

PHOTO: submitted by Melissa Hillstrom

1900 IA CENSUS, Montgomery Co, Red Oak city:
Charley Nunn, head, Feb 1867, 33, married 11 yrs, b. IA, parents b. OH, laborer, day;
Anna, wife, Mar 1872, 28, married 11 yrs, 4 children, 2 living, b. OH, parents b. OH;
Carl, son, Sep 1890, 9, b. IA, attended school, father b. IA, mother b. OH;
Mary, dau, Mar 1894, 6, b. IA, attended school, father b. IA, mother b. OH;
Thomas Forshey, bro-in-law, May 1891, 8, b. IA, attended school, parents b. OH.

1905 IA STATE CENSUS, Montgomery Co, Red Oak - 201-4th Ave.:
May Nunn
Carl Nunn
Thomas "Forshay"
Anna Nunn
Charles Nunn

1910 IA CENSUS, Montgomery Co, Red Oak city:
Charles Nunn, head, 44, 1st marriage, married 22 yrs, b. IA, parents b. unknown, laborer, common;
Debby, wife, 38, 1st marriage, married 22 yrs, 5 children, 3 living, b. OH, parents b. OH;
Carl, son, 20, single, b. IA, father b. IA, mother b. OH, section man, rail road;
May, dau, 16, b. IA, father b. IA, mother b. OH;
Dale, son, 2, b. IA, father b. IA, mother b. OH.
(George "Lyddick" was listed on same census page.)

1920 IA CENSUS, Montgomery Co, Red Oak town:
Chas Nunn, head, 53, b. IA, parents b. unknown, laborer;
"Debie", wife, 49, b. OH, parents b. OH;
Carl, son, 29, single, b. IA, father b. IA, mother b. OH, no occupation listed;
Dale, son, 12, attended school, b. IA, father b. IA, mother b. OH;
Law(?) Forshey(?), bro-in-law, 30(?), single, b. IA, parents b. OH, laborer.

1925 IA STATE CENSUS, Montgomery Co, Red Oak:
Charles M. Nunn, head, 58, 7th grade education, b. IA, father: Norman Nunn who was b. IA, mother: unknown, unclassified laborer, no church;
Debbie, wife, 52, 7th grade education, b. OH, father: Samuel Forshay who was b. OH, mother: Nancy Shamblin who was b. OH and married OH, engaged in personal services, Christian;
Carl S., son, 35, single, 7th grade education, b. IA, father: Charles Nunn who was b. IA, mother: Debbie Forshay who was b. OH and married IA, served in Army from IA, engaged in manufacaturing/mechanical, Christian;
Dale G., son, 17, single, 7th grade educaton, b.IA, ather: Charles Nunn who was b. IA, mother: Debbie Forshay who was b. OH and married IA, Christian.

1930 IA CENSUS, Montgomery Co, Red Oak town:
Chas. M. Nunn, head, 64, 1st marriage age 22, b. IA, father b. IA, mother b. NE, no occupation;
Debbie, wife, 56, 1st marriage age 18, b. OH, parents b. OH;
Carl, son, 39, single, b. IA, father b. IA, mother b. OH, trucker, lumber co.

OBIT: Red Oak Sun, July 3, 1931 (microfilm)
Mrs. C. M. Nunn Dead - Mrs. C. M. Nunn, 58, died Thursday at 10 p.m. at her home in Sanatarium Addition, after sickness of 20 minutes from apoplexy. Her health had been poor for years, but recently she had been enjoying good health. Funeral services were held Sunday from the home at 2 p.m., conducted by Rev. Alex Telfer. Pallbearers were Jake McMichael, A. B. Graves, Frank Liddick, H. D. Salisbury, Dewey Vanderhoff, and Harold Meng. Burial was in Red Oak Cemetery. Relatives and friends from a distance to attend the funeral were L. R. Howie and two sons, Creston; Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Liddick, Council Bluffs; Mrs. Sarah Johnson and Mrs. Anna Rager, Glenwood; Mrs. Frank Gallaway, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Cleveland, Shenandoah; Helen Jahnke, Genoa, Colo., and Mr. and Mrs. William Lutz and three daughters of Malvern. Debbie Ann Forshey was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Forshey and was born in Dallas, Ohio. She came here with her parents when a small child. She was married here to Chas. Nunn Oct 2 1889, and five children were born to them. Two died in infancy and one daughter, Mrs. L. R. Howie, died in Creston in 1927. Carl and Dale, Red Oak, survive. Besides her husband and two sons, she leaves five grandchildren and one brother and three sisters. Thos. M. Forshey and Mrs. E. B. Brown and Mrs. Frank Lambertz of Red Oak, and Mrs. Marie George, of Lushton, Neb. She was a member of the Christian Church.
(Submitted by Melissa Hillstrom)


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Deborah married Charles NUNN, son of Norman NUNN and Malony (---), on 2 Oct 1889 in Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA.1 (Charles NUNN was born on 25 Feb 1867 in Afton, Union Co, IA,3 4 died on 14 Jul 1934 in Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA 4 and was buried in Everygreen Cem, Red Oak, Montgomery Co, IA 4.)


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Sources


1 Obituary of Deborah Forshey Nunn.

2 1880 WV Census.

3 1900 IA Census.

4 Find A Grave.


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