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The story of the McGunn (MacElgunn) family begins in Ireland in the county of Cork in 1835.

Fast forward to July 1967, I was born! When I was born, my birth mother named me David Vincente McGunn. She was unable to raise me and put me up for adoption. I was adopted by my new family, the Cook's who re-named me Jason because they already had a son David. We moved to Silver City, NM and I grew up there in that small rural town. ...more about Jason McGunn

Cook, Phillip and Judith adopted me. This page is under construction.

My family My Grandfather from my birth mothers side John's father Edward McGunn III had a sister named Catherine McGunn who married Jerry Dwyer. Catherine's daughter Mable Dwyer married Joseph Cook June 28, 1927. My birth mom told me, "I remember Mable Cook from whin I was a very small child and my father took the entire family on vacations to Michigan." I don't know if there is any relation to the Cook family who adopted me. If there is, what a coincidence! I have a brother and an uncle named Joseph Cook. Anyway, we are interested in reconnecting with this branch.

Fast forward to 2003. This project is designed to make contact with every relative possible. As you contact me, I will build web sites of communication with your branch of the family. Click here for a beginning example of what we can do together!

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