Margaret Lauder

F, b. 1816, d. 31 March 1858
     Margaret Lauder was born in 1816 in Kelso, Scottish Borders, Scotland.1 She married Cornelius Cunningham, son of William Cunningham and Francis Fanny Ann White.2 Margaret Lauder died on 31 March 1858 in Saint Vincent Township, Grey, Ontario, Canada.1 She was buried at Duxbury Cemetery in Meaford, Grey, Ontario, Canada.1

Family: Cornelius Cunningham b. 9 Oct 1814, d. 5 Jan 1863

Citations

  1. [S34] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, 175050342. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.
  2. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Fanny Cunningham

F, b. 13 October 1844, d. 19 February 1848
FatherCornelius Cunningham1 b. 9 Oct 1814, d. 5 Jan 1863
MotherMargaret Lauder b. 1816, d. 31 Mar 1858
     Fanny Cunningham was born on 13 October 1844.1 She died on 19 February 1848 at age 3.1

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Euphauria Cunningham

F, b. 30 June 1846, d. 11 March 1848
FatherCornelius Cunningham1 b. 9 Oct 1814, d. 5 Jan 1863
MotherMargaret Lauder b. 1816, d. 31 Mar 1858
     Euphauria Cunningham was born on 30 June 1846.1 She died on 11 March 1848 at age 1.

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

William Cunningham

M, b. 11 December 1769, d. 22 March 1851
FatherDaniel Cunningham1 b. 1731
MotherAbigail Richmond b. 16 Jul 1743, d. Mar 1819
     William Cunningham was born on 11 December 1769 in Dutchess, New York, USA.2 He married Francis Fanny Ann White, daughter of William White and Hannah Tomkins, on 25 October 1801 in Sydney, Ontario, Canada.1 William Cunningham died on 22 March 1851 in Hallowell, Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada, at age 81.2 He was buried after 22 March 1851 at Hicksite Friends Cemetery in Bloomfield, Prince Edward County Municipality, Ontario, Canada.3
     He was not a United Empire Loyalist, but he was sympathetic with the British. As a result, he moved to Canada after the American Revolution when he was 32 years old in 1795.1 He and Francis Fanny Ann White built a white house about a mile west of Picton, Ontario in 1802.

Family: Francis Fanny Ann White b. 30 Sep 1783

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.
  2. [S135] West Lake Register of Births & Deaths, compiler, "West Lake Register of Births & Deaths 1829 - 1866, Archives: H-11-1"; pg. 5, Ancestral File . Hereinafter cited as "West Lake Register."
  3. [S34] Find A Grave, online findagrave.com, ID 213889265, https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/213889265/…. Hereinafter cited as Find A Grave.
  4. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, p. 2.
  5. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, p. 3.

Francis Fanny Ann White

F, b. 30 September 1783
FatherWilliam White b. 1757, d. 1810
MotherHannah Tomkins b. 1751, d. 1811
Fanny Ann White
     Francis Fanny Ann White was born on 30 September 1783 in Dutchess, New York, USA.1 She married William Cunningham, son of Daniel Cunningham and Abigail Richmond, on 25 October 1801 in Sydney, Ontario, Canada.2
     Francis Fanny Ann White and William Cunningham built a white house about a mile west of Picton, Ontario in 1802. Francis Fanny Ann White was described in Cliff Cunningham's (86) notes as a "woman of remarkable physical ability and excellent moral character."

Family: William Cunningham b. 11 Dec 1769, d. 22 Mar 1851

Citations

  1. [S272] Francis White, online https://www.ancestry.com/family-tree/person/tree/157050343/…. Hereinafter cited as Francis White.
  2. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Daniel Cunningham

M, b. 1731
     Daniel Cunningham was born in 1731 in Dublin, Ireland.1 He married Sarah Winslow on 28 January 1755 in Rombout, Dutchess, New York, USA.2 Daniel Cunningham married Abigail Richmond, daughter of Cyrus Richmond and Phebe Mott, on 13 May 1764 at the Rombout Presbyterian Church in Rombout, Dutchess, New York, USA.2
     "The surname Cunningham is territorial in origin from the name of a place in Ayrshire. It is a hybrid name from Gaelic (cuinneag, "milk pail", Ir cuinneog), to which the 12th century scribe added - ham, "village"."3
"Clan Cunningham is a Scottish clan. The traditional origins of the clan are placed in the 12th century. However, the first contemporary record of the clan chiefs is in the thirteenth century. The chiefs of the Clan Cunningham supported Robert the Bruce during the Wars of Scottish Independence. In the 15th and 16th centuries, the Clan Cunningham feuded with the Clan Montgomery. Historically, the chief of Clan Cunningham held the title of Earl of Glencairn. However, in modern times the chief of the clan is Cunningham of Corsehill. ...
Fredric van Bassen stated that in the year 1059, King Malcolm rewarded Malcolm, son of Freskin with the Thanedom of Cunninghame. The progenitor of the family known as Cunningham was Warnebald, who received a grant for the land of the Manor Cunningham between 1135 and 1140. The story that related to King Malcolm says that the son of Friskin, obtained the lands from Malcolm III of Scotland after he had sheltered him under hay in a barn and this is said to have given rise to the family's coat of arms which is of a shake-fork, as well as the motto "Over Fork Over". Sir George Mackenzie states that the coat of arms allude to the office of Master of the King's Stables."4

So how did Daniel, this line's progenitor, get to Ireland. That's not at all clear despite a significant immigration of both British and Scottish settlers into Ireland, some of it pushed by the creation of the Plantations.
And there is some argument that there are original Irish Cunninghams who emigrated to Scotland. "The Cunningham perch of south-west Scotland is sometimes thought to have originated in Gaelic Ireland." ...
Later, it is clear that there were a significant number of Scottish immigrants in Ireland. "Of the 50 Scottish undertakers of the Ulster plantation, five were named Cunningham, all of whom were granted lands in Co Donegal.3 The Daniel Cunningham Legend has been documented in several places and was cited in Cliff Cunningham's work.5 The following is based on the book "Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte."6 The commentary that follows is by another unknown author. I have added a few of my own notes at the end.
Many years ago a small boy, perhaps about twelve years old, was standing on the quay side of the River Liffy, in Dublin, watching the dock hands and sailors load cargo on the lighters which were to convey it out to the vessels lying at anchor in mid-channel. One of the sailors picked up the boy and took him on the lighter, which put off for the ship’s side. The little fellow, whose name was Daniel Cunningham, thought the trip a delight, and was in great glee when the man suggested his going on board. When discovered by some of the crew, Daniel was not unnaturally regarded by the captain as a stowaway; and stowaways were of frequent [occurrence] and had to be dealt with after a summary fashion. The captain compromised matters in a way that was quite the custom in those days. He decided that to pay the passage money he would sell the boy as an apprentice, when the ship reached New York. A Friend [Member of the Socierty of Friends; Quaker] stood by and saw the boy while the sale progressed. He conceived a liking for his handsome features and well bred bearing, and felt great pity for his distressed condition. He bid, and fortunately for Daniel, bid the highest price.
Daniel, at first, was placed among the other servants, but his superior nature and breeding could not but be recognized by the good Friend and his wife. They decided to take him from the kitchen and rear him with their own family, which consisted of an only daughter.
When Daniel was received at the board of his master and friend, he began the romance of his life. Having received a good education, and being endowed with a good brain and bright mind, he won, not the affections alone, but the confidence of his master, and thrived prosperously in business, being made a partner in the firm. If his progress in the well won esteem of his master was great, his hold on the affections of his master’s daughter proved strong enough for her to become his wife.
...He was one of the survivors of the massacre at Fort Henry...
Some few years later, the Revolutionary War (the War of Independence) broke out, and Daniel was pressed to take up arms. But no matter what threat, what deprivation he suffered, he would not carry the “instruments of war”. His aggressors might tie and lash the arms to his body, but he would not voluntarily carry them; and under no consideration could he be made to use them.
Seeing that these endeavours were utterly hopeless, it was thought that by placing him on board a man-o’-war he could be compelled to participate actively in some form of warfare. But he does not seem, even then, to have violated his principles, for after sailing for some time along then American coast he was imprisoned in the [jail] at Richmond Virginia, where he died after a couple years confinement.
We aren’t told what year Daniel Cunningham was born...or what year he came to America. In fact we can’t corroborate much of this story – it must be based on family traditions handed down and collected by whoever wrote or edited "Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte."
The last two paragraphs above are rather disjointed, as though perhaps someone was telling the story and kept remembering things they should have mentioned earlier, while someone else was writing it down verbatim.
The only way I can make sense of it is to rearrange the events thus – the dates are mostly firm:
Daniel Cunningham had been a survivor at Fort Henry in 1757. (But what was a pacifist Quaker doing in the fort?).
...
In the War of Independence (1775-1783) Daniel refused to fight (on the American side), was placed on board a warship, still refused and eventually died in [jail] in Richmond, Virginia.


Alton Donnell added: The Massacre at Fort Henry occurred during the French and Indian Wars (against the British). It appears likely that Daniel was supporting the English, even if, as the previous author assumed, he was a pacifist. If he had supported the English earlier, he was more likely a Loyalist, hence the treatment by the Colonials.
After the death of his first wife, Daniel and Abigail Richmond (577) were married in the Rombout Presbyterian church after she was expelled from the Quakers. As such, his connections to the Quakers and pacifism must be questioned.
There is no evidence that Daniel emigrated to Canada with the rest of his family. There is no mention of Daniel or Abigail in the West Lake Quaker reports, although their son and daughters appear prominently.7
According to The Richmond Family Daniel Cunningham and Abigail Richmond emigrated to Canada in 1795 from Dutchess, New York, USA. This contradicts the claim that Daniel died in Richmond, Virginia. However, if he had survived prison, it's doubtful that he would have waited more than 10 years to move to Canada. The date in the source is the same year that his son William emigrated, so the author may have just assumed Daniel emigrated with them.8

Family 2: Abigail Richmond b. 16 Jul 1743, d. Mar 1819

Citations

  1. [S142] Suitcase of Memories - The Cunninghams and the Warings, online https://suitcaseofmemoriessite.com/…. Hereinafter cited as Suitcase of Memories - Second.
  2. [S136] "New York Marriages, 1686-1980"; FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VK1K-FWG : 21 January 2020). Hereinafter cited as "New York Marriages, 1686-1980."
  3. [S147] Where's That, online https://www.irishtimes.com/news/where-s-that-1.214723. Hereinafter cited as Where's That.
  4. [S146] Clan Cunningham, online https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Clan_Cunningham. Hereinafter cited as Clan Cunningham.
  5. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.
  6. [S140] Anonymous, Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte (Toronto: Rolf and Clark Limited, 1904), pgs. 206-208. Hereinafter cited as Pioneer Life.
  7. [S141] Suitcase of Memories, online https://suitcaseofmemoriessite.com/…. Hereinafter cited as Suitcase of Memories.
  8. [S138] Joshua Bailet Richmond, The Richmond Family 1594-1896 and Pre-American Ancestors (Boston: Self, 1897), p. 68. Hereinafter cited as The Richmond Family.
  9. [S135] West Lake Register of Births & Deaths, compiler, "West Lake Register of Births & Deaths 1829 - 1866, Archives: H-11-1"; pg 4, Ancestral File . Hereinafter cited as "West Lake Register."

Abigail Richmond1

F, b. 16 July 1743, d. March 1819
FatherCyrus Richmond b. c 1700
MotherPhebe Mott2
     Abigail Richmond was born on 16 July 1743 in Stonington, Connecticut, USA.1 She married Daniel Cunningham on 13 May 1764 at the Rombout Presbyterian Church in Rombout, Dutchess, New York, USA.3 Abigail Richmond died in March 1819 at age 75.
     From the source:
She was dismissed from the Nine Partners Quakers at the Nine Partners Monthly Meeting, 18 November 1762: "Abigail, daughter of Cyrus Richmond, defiled by a man and brought forth a child." The father was a married man in the same group of Quakers and was also expelled. He died later in a mill accident. There is no record of what happened to the child.1
According to The Richmond Family Abigail Richmond and Daniel Cunningham emigrated to Canada in 1795 from Dutchess, New York, USA. This contradicts the claim that Daniel died in Richmond, Virginia. However, if he had survived prison, it's doubtful that he would have waited more than 10 years to move to Canada. The date in the source is the same year that his son William emigrated, so the author may have just assumed Daniel emigrated with them.4

Family: Daniel Cunningham b. 1731

Citations

  1. [S139] Frank J. Doherty The Settlers of the Beekman Patent, Dutchess County, New York: An Historical and Genealogical Study of All the 18th Century Settlers on the Patent, Volume IX, Volume IX, p. 102. Hereinafter cited as Beekman Patent.
  2. [S138] Joshua Bailet Richmond, The Richmond Family 1594-1896 and Pre-American Ancestors (Boston: Self, 1897), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as The Richmond Family.
  3. [S136] "New York Marriages, 1686-1980"; FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VK1K-FWG : 21 January 2020). Hereinafter cited as "New York Marriages, 1686-1980."
  4. [S138] Joshua Bailet Richmond, The Richmond Family, p. 68.
  5. [S135] West Lake Register of Births & Deaths, compiler, "West Lake Register of Births & Deaths 1829 - 1866, Archives: H-11-1"; pg 4, Ancestral File . Hereinafter cited as "West Lake Register."

Charles Cunningham

M, b. 1760
FatherDaniel Cunningham1 b. 1731
MotherSarah Winslow
     Charles Cunningham was born in 1760.

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Cyrus Richmond

M, b. circa 1700
     Cyrus Richmond was born circa 1700 in Kingston, Rhode Island, USA.1 He married Jane Crandall on 29 January 1719. Cyrus Richmond married Phebe Mott on 27 March 1734.1

Family 1: Jane Crandall b. 23 Aug 1692, d. 26 Apr 1733

Family 2: Phebe Mott

Citations

  1. [S138] Joshua Bailet Richmond, The Richmond Family 1594-1896 and Pre-American Ancestors (Boston: Self, 1897), p. 32. Hereinafter cited as The Richmond Family.

Hannah Cunningham

F, b. 14 August 1802, d. 1880
FatherWilliam Cunningham1 b. 11 Dec 1769, d. 22 Mar 1851
MotherFrancis Fanny Ann White b. 30 Sep 1783
     Hannah Cunningham was born on 14 August 1802. She died in 1880.2 She was buried at Waterloo Cemetery, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, beside her second husband John Ferris.1

Family 1: John H. Bells

Family 2: John Ferris

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.
  2. [S140] Anonymous, Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte (Toronto: Rolf and Clark Limited, 1904), pg. 208. Hereinafter cited as Pioneer Life.

Daniel Cunningham

M, b. 16 May 1804, d. 14 April 1805
FatherWilliam Cunningham1 b. 11 Dec 1769, d. 22 Mar 1851
MotherFrancis Fanny Ann White b. 30 Sep 1783
     Daniel Cunningham was born on 16 May 1804. He died on 14 April 1805.

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Reuben Cunningham

M, b. 17 September 1806
FatherWilliam Cunningham1 b. 11 Dec 1769, d. 22 Mar 1851
MotherFrancis Fanny Ann White b. 30 Sep 1783
     Reuben Cunningham was born on 17 September 1806.1 He married Elizabeth Bonisteel on 15 March 1832.1

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.
  2. [S140] Anonymous, Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte (Toronto: Rolf and Clark Limited, 1904), pg. 208. Hereinafter cited as Pioneer Life.

Mary Cunningham

F, b. 23 August 1808
FatherWilliam Cunningham1 b. 11 Dec 1769, d. 22 Mar 1851
MotherFrancis Fanny Ann White b. 30 Sep 1783
     Mary Cunningham was born on 23 August 1808.

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Martha Cunningham

F, b. 29 November 1818, d. 1821
FatherWilliam Cunningham1 b. 11 Dec 1769, d. 22 Mar 1851
MotherFrancis Fanny Ann White b. 30 Sep 1783
     Martha Cunningham was born on 29 November 1818. She died in 1821.

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Elizabeth Bonisteel

F, d. 25 April 1841
     Elizabeth Bonisteel married Reuben Cunningham, son of William Cunningham and Francis Fanny Ann White, on 15 March 1832.1 Elizabeth Bonisteel died on 25 April 1841.1

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Abigail Richmond Cunningham

F, b. 26 August 1809, d. 1879
FatherWilliam Cunningham1 b. 11 Dec 1769, d. 22 Mar 1851
MotherFrancis Fanny Ann White b. 30 Sep 1783
     Abigail Richmond Cunningham was born on 26 August 1809.1 She married John Jones on 3 May 1828.1 Abigail Richmond Cunningham died in 1879.2

Family: John Jones d. 1867

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.
  2. [S140] Anonymous, Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte (Toronto: Rolf and Clark Limited, 1904), pg. 208. Hereinafter cited as Pioneer Life.
  3. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, p. 2.

John Jones

M, d. 1867
     John Jones married Abigail Richmond Cunningham, daughter of William Cunningham and Francis Fanny Ann White, on 3 May 1828.1 John Jones died in 1867.2

Family: Abigail Richmond Cunningham b. 26 Aug 1809, d. 1879

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.
  2. [S140] Anonymous, Pioneer Life on the Bay of Quinte (Toronto: Rolf and Clark Limited, 1904), pg. 208. Hereinafter cited as Pioneer Life.

Eliza Hollingsworth Jones

F, b. 30 September 1829
FatherJohn Jones d. 1867
MotherAbigail Richmond Cunningham1 b. 26 Aug 1809, d. 1879
     Eliza Hollingsworth Jones was born on 30 September 1829.1 She married Levi Varney on 16 June 1848 at Friends Meeting House in Picton, Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada.1

Family: Levi Varney

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Levi Varney

M
     Levi Varney married Eliza Hollingsworth Jones, daughter of John Jones and Abigail Richmond Cunningham, on 16 June 1848 at Friends Meeting House in Picton, Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada.1

Family: Eliza Hollingsworth Jones b. 30 Sep 1829

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Fanny Ann Jones

F, b. 3 August 1833, d. 1 January 1855
FatherJohn Jones d. 1867
MotherAbigail Richmond Cunningham1 b. 26 Aug 1809, d. 1879
     Fanny Ann Jones was born on 3 August 1833 in Picton, Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada.1 She died on 1 January 1855 in Hallowell Township at age 21.1

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Maria Jones

F, b. 5 February 1836, d. 5 October 1837
FatherJohn Jones d. 1867
MotherAbigail Richmond Cunningham1 b. 26 Aug 1809, d. 1879
     Maria Jones was born on 5 February 1836 in Picton, Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada. She died on 5 October 1837 at age 1.

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 1. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Abigail Esther Jones

F, b. 6 March 1838, d. 13 December 1865
FatherJohn Jones d. 1867
MotherAbigail Richmond Cunningham1 b. 26 Aug 1809, d. 1879
     Abigail Esther Jones was born on 6 March 1838 in Hallowell Township. She married George Colliver on 24 March 1857. Abigail Esther Jones died on 13 December 1865 in Cherry Valley at age 27.

Family: George Colliver

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

George Colliver

M
     George Colliver married Abigail Esther Jones, daughter of John Jones and Abigail Richmond Cunningham, on 24 March 1857.

Family: Abigail Esther Jones b. 6 Mar 1838, d. 13 Dec 1865

John C. Jones

M, b. 10 June 1840, d. 10 February 1841
FatherJohn Jones d. 1867
MotherAbigail Richmond Cunningham1 b. 26 Aug 1809, d. 1879
     John C. Jones was born on 10 June 1840 in Trenton.1 He died on 10 February 1841.1

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

Ellen Sealy Jones

F, b. August 1842, d. circa September 1842
FatherJohn Jones d. 1867
MotherAbigail Richmond Cunningham1 b. 26 Aug 1809, d. 1879
     Ellen Sealy Jones was born in August 1842.1 She died circa September 1842.1

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.

William White Cunningham

M, b. 10 June 1811
FatherWilliam Cunningham1 b. 11 Dec 1769, d. 22 Mar 1851
MotherFrancis Fanny Ann White b. 30 Sep 1783
     William White Cunningham was born on 10 June 1811.1 He married Mary Waring, daughter of Joshua Waring and Ann Sparrow, on 4 August 1828 in Hallowell Township, Prince Edward County Municipality, Ontario, Canada.1 William White Cunningham married Sarah Lydia Waring, daughter of Joshua Waring and Ann Sparrow, on 3 October 1842 in Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada.1 William White Cunningham married Lydia Cooper, daughter of Henry Cooper and Elizabeth (?), on 26 September 1859 in Prince Edward, Ontario, Canada.1
     Sarah was the sister of his deceased first wife Mary.2

Family 1: Mary Waring b. 1816, d. Oct 1842

Family 2: Sarah Lydia Waring b. 1822, d. 28 Mar 1858

Family 3: Lydia Cooper b. 6 Apr 1831, d. 11 Jan 1895

Citations

  1. [S55] Clifford Cunningham, Cunningham Family History, unpublished draft, (Albuquerque, New Mexico, USA), p. 2. Hereinafter cited as Cunningham Family History.
  2. [S141] Suitcase of Memories, online https://suitcaseofmemoriessite.com/…, Section 22. Hereinafter cited as Suitcase of Memories.