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  1. Walter William 1C1C8F Cunningham: Birth: 09 AUG 1856 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 24 DEC 1891

  2. Mary Maud Catherine 'Kate' 2C1C8F Cunningham: Birth: 05 JAN 1860 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 25 JUN 1930 in Calloway County, Kentucky

  3. Joshua Floyd 3C1C8F Cunningham: Birth: 20 JUN 1862 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 21 JUL 1950 in Trigg County, Kentucky

  4. Rosa Lee 4C1C8F Cunningham: Birth: 22 JUN 1865 in Trigg County, Kentucky.

  5. John A. 5C1C8F Cunningham: Birth: 23 JUL 1869 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 19 SEP 1905 in Canton, Trigg County, Kentucky

  6. Alma 6C1C8F Cunningham: Birth: 1873 in Trigg County, Kentucky.

  7. Annie Flora 7C1C8F Cunningham: Birth: 04 OCT 1875 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 25 APR 1955 in Pontiac, Michigan

  8. Kennie 8C1C8F Cunningham: Birth: 25 DEC 1880 in Trigg County, Kentucky. Death: 19 JAN 1940 in Linton, Trigg County, Kentucky

1. Title:   xCunningham Family History
Author:   Marqua Jean Duncan
Publication:   Name: Copyright 2002 McClanahan Publishing House;
2. Title:   DI - Death Record or Index
Author:   U.S. Vital Records

a. Note:   H680
Note:   * Obituary * At Eighty-Four Death Claims Well-Known Citizen of Trigg County 'Uncle Bob Tank' Cunningham Died Monday in Hopkinsville of Complication of Troubles Mr. Robert Cunningham 'Uncle Bob Tank,' as he was affectionately called by his many friends, died Monday night at the Western Kentucky Hospital in Hopkinsville where he had been for several weeks. For some time he had been a sufferer from kidney trouble and other complications which caused his death. Mr. Cunningham was born in Trigg county and had spent his life in the county, being past eighty-four years of age. He was a son of Mickens Cunningham, and was one of eleven children, all of whom are now dead except one sister, Mrs. M. A. Hendrick, of the Mershon bridge country. The wife, formerly Miss Ellen Cameron and to whom he was married when a young man, has been dead for a number of years, and the following children survive: Josh Cunningham, and Mrs. Kate McCage, of Calloway county; Mrs. A. C. Crisp, of Marshall county; Mrs. J. W. Cunningham, of Morehouse, Mo; Mrs. Bailey Mize, of Canton, and Mrs. Lucien Franklin, of Clarksville. He had been a member of the Baptist church since young manhood. Few men in the county were better known or had more friends than 'Uncle Bob Tank' He had a sunny disposition, was a good story teller, and always delighted in the company of friends. The remains were brought back to Trigg county Tuesday and taken to the Mrs. M. A. Hendrick grave yard near Mershon bridge, where they were buried, Tuesday afternoon and a large number of relatives and friends were present pay a last tribute of respect to one whom they all lived. (The Cadiz Record, October 29, 1918, Cadiz, Kentucky) is NOT responsible for the content of the GEDCOMs uploaded through the WorldConnect Program. The creator of each GEDCOM is solely responsible for its content.