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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Morgan M. 1C5F Cunningham: Birth: 31 JAN 1838 in Kentucky. Death: 27 JUL 1912 in Calloway County, Kentucky

  2. James Green 2C5F Cunningham: Birth: 03 OCT 1840 in Kentucky. Death: 04 FEB 1909 in Mayfield, Graves County, Kentucky

  3. Robert Bruce 3C5F Cunningham: Birth: 14 APR 1843 in Trigg County, Kentucky, age 26, Farm Laborer (living in father's household). Death: 14 NOV 1923 in Calloway County, Kentucky

  4. Mary E. 4C5F Cunningham: Birth: DEC 1845 in Kentucky. Death: 08 JAN 1867

  5. Ann Elizabeth 5C5F Cunningham: Birth: 1848 in Trigg County, Kentucky.

  6. Josephine 6C5F Cunningham: Birth: 23 JAN 1850 in Kentucky. Death: 09 JAN 1933 in Hopkinsville, Christian County, Kentucky


Sources
1. Title:   xCunningham Family History
Author:   Marqua Jean Duncan
Publication:   Name: Copyright 2002 McClanahan Publishing House;
2. Title:   Wade, Martin D
Author:   Gage, Emma
Publication:   Name: 1890's;

Notes
a. Note:   H60
Note:   * Census Info * 1830 Trigg County, Kentucky - Andrew was not married and had no children, but he is on the census as having 1 male 10-15, 2 males 15-20, and 2 males 20-30. There are no females listed. As the other siblings were married, and already listed on the census, this works out to be Andrew as the head, living with his younger brothers James, Meekins, Alexander, and Robert.
  1870 Kentucky, Trigg, Canton - There is an Alford Cunningham, age 19, born KY, Mulatto male, in the household. He cannot read or write, and works on the farm. Also, there is a Brooks Ganes, age 15, born KY, Black male, who works on the farm, on the census
  * Per Howell Finley, grandson of Andrew Cunningham * Andrew was a soldier who had served under General Andrew Jackson during the Battle of New Orleans. After the war was over, Andrew had no way to get home from Louisiana but to walk, so he cut a walking stick on the battlefield and used it to walk home to Trigg County, Kentucky. Howell has the walking stick in his possession - there are numerous notches on the staff, but as to their meaning, Howell said nobody knows what they stand for; could they be for miles walked or days it took to reach home? (from Cunningham Family, Leaves from the Family Tree, by Marqua Duncan, 2002)



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