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Descendants of William H. Cunningham

Generation No. 1

1.  William H.1 Cunningham (Unknown Cunningham(Possible John) was 
    born 1765 in Shenandoah Co., VA., and died 1845 in Tennessee.  
    He married Magdalene Lewis.
	
Child of William Cunnyngham and Magdalene Lewis is:
+  2   i. Thomas W.2 Cunnyngham, born June 08, 1814 in Knox County, 
          Tennessee; died in Polk County, Missouri, buried Morrisville
          Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..


Generation No. 2

2.  Thomas Wilkerson Cunnyngham (William H.1) was born June 08, 1814 in 
    Knox County, Tennessee, and died June 18, 1880 in Polk County, 
    Missouri., buried  Morrisville Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  He married 
    Dicey Wilson, November 17, 1842 in McMinn County, Tennessee. Daughter 
    of James Wilson and Sarah (Cannon?). 

Notes for Thomas W. Cunnyngham:
Source: Goodspeed History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade & Barton Counties Missouri
Published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago  1889

Biographies of Polk County Missouri

Pg. 636

Cunnyngham, Thomas W., one of the old and much esteemed citizens of Polk
Co., MO., is a native of Knox Co., TN., born June 8, 1814, and is  the 
son of William H. & Magdalene (Lewis) Cunnyngham.  The father as born 
in Shenandoah Co., VA., in 1765, and when a young man went to East Tennessee,
where he was married to Miss Lewis, who was born in 1771.  They were 
married in a fort where they had to remain on account of the Indians.
Riding out one day, the father was shot through the thigh by Indians 
in ambush.  He followed the occupation of a farmer all his life and was
quite successful.  In political views he was first an Anti-Federalist,
next a Democrat until after the election of Van Buren, when he became 
a Whig.  His last vote was cast for Henry Clay.  Both he and wife were 
members of the early school Methodist Church, when they were called 
"Babblers".  He died in 1845, and she in 1846.  In their family were 
12 children, seven sons and five daughters.  The paternal grandparents 
of young Cunnyngham were natives of Ireland, and came to America in 1765.  
Thomas W., the subject of this sketch, attained the growth of his fatherís 
farm, and received a very limited education, never having studied arithmetic 
but two months.  He cared for his parents as long as they lived, and on 
November 17, 1842, he married Disa Wilson, a native of Sevier Co., Tennessee, 
born February 14, 1819.  In 1850 they moved to Polk Co., MO., and the 
following year to the property where he now lives.  By this union five 
children were born, four now living.  James H.W., Robert W., John M., 
and Thomas W.  Both Mr. and Mrs. Cunnyngham are members of the Southern 
Methodist Church.  In politics he was formerly a Whig but is now democrat.  
During militia days he was captain, and during the war he was lieutenant 
colonel of regiment of Mo. Home Guards.  For three years he was county 
surveyor, and in 1858-59 he represented Polk Co., in the Legislature.  
In 1862 and 1866 he was County Clerk. The first two years he was county 
clerk, circuit clerk and ex-offcio recorder.  From 1852 to 1856 he held 
the office of county Judge and has been one of the prominent men and 
representative citizens of the county.  He has farmed all his life, 
and is the owner of 450 acres of land, besides, he started all his 
children.

Notes for Dicey Wilson: Tombstone reads Dicey Nee Wilson, Not sure if
Nee means this was a middle name or that stands to point out Wilson 
was her maiden name.  Nee is not in parenthesis or quotations, was 
written as though Nee would have been her middle name. Also her first
name was spelled 'Dicy' on the tombstone of her and Thomas Wilkerson
Cunnyngham.


	
Children of Thomas Cunnyngham and Dicey Wilson are:
+  3   i. James H.W.3 Cunnyngham, born September 13, 1843 in McMinn 
          County, Tennessee; died July 28, 1894 in Polk County, Missouri, 
          buried Morrisville Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
+  4  ii. Robert Winton Cunnyngham, born August 16, 1845 in McMinn 
          County, Tennessee; died January 05, 1929 in Polk County, 
          Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Bloivar, Polk Co., Mo..
+  5 iii. William G. Cunnyngham, born April 16, 1847 in McMinn County, 
          Tennessee; died October 01, 1882 in Polk County, Missouri.
+  6  iv. John M. Cunnyngham, born January 20, 1849 in McMinn County, 
          Tennessee; died January 09, 1933 in Polk County, Missouri, 
          buried Morrisville Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
   7   v. Thomas W. Cunnyngham, born September 13, 1852 in Polk County, 
          Missouri; died November 13, 1924 in Polk County, Missouri, 
          buried Morrisville Cemetery, Polk Co., MO..  He married 
          Martha Jewette Unknown.

Notes for Thomas W. Jr. Cunnyngham: Next to the tombstone of Thomas &
Martha Jewette Cunnyngham and in between this tombstone and another 
Cunnyngham is a tombstone with the name of Margaret Conner, b. May 4,
1858; d. January 24, 1922.  Could this be a sister to Jewette or maybe
a servant of the family.


Generation No. 3

3.  James H.W.3 Cunnyngham (Thomas W.2, William H.1) was born 
    September 13, 1843 in McMinn County, Tennessee, and died 
    July 28, 1894 in Polk County, Missouri, buried Morrisville 
    Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  He married Mary Elizabeth Ruyle 
    November 16, 1863 in Polk County, Missouri, daughter of 
    Gideon Ruyle and Mary Looney.

Notes for James H.W. Cunnyngham:
Source: Goodspeed History of Hickory, Polk, Cedar, Dade & Barton 
Counties Missouri.
Published by Goodspeed Publishing Co., Chicago  1889

Biographies of Polk County Missouri

Pg. 637

Cunnyngham, James H.W., hardware merchant at Morrisville, Mo., is the
son of Thomas W., and Disa (Wilson) Cunnyngham, and was born September 
13, 1843 in McMinn Co., Tennessee.  He was reared on the farm, receiving 
a common school education, and in 1862 he enlisted in Co. F, Twenty-sixth 
Enrolled Mo., Militia, U.S. Service and upon the organization was appointed 
Sergeant Major of his regiment.  He served in all about two years, and after 
peace was declared he engaged in farming.  November 15, 1863 he married 
Miss Ruyle, a native of Polk Co., Mo., born July 3, 1844, and the daughter 
of Gideon Ruyle.  To this union were born four children: Thomas B., 
(deceased), Albert G., died at the age of twenty years; Disa L., who 
is the only one no living; and Salley M., also deceased.  Both Mr. and 
Mrs. Cunnyngham are members of the Methodist Episcopal Church, South, 
and in political views, he is a Democrat.  Having farmed until 1883, 
he and S.B. Elzey built the Morrisville Mill, which he helped run a 
year.  In 1885 he and the Lemmon Bros. opened a hardware store, which 
they continued until 1887, when Mr. Cunnyngham purchased their interest, 
and has run it ever since.  He has been quite successful as a business 
man, having made the most of his property by his own efforts.  Besides 
his mercantile interest he is also engaged in agricultural pursuits and 
has 209 acres of land. 

	
Children of James Cunnyngham and Mary Ruyle are:
+  8   i. Dicy Lavina4 Cunnyngham, born February 22, 1862 in Polk 
          County, Missouri; died January 01, 1954 in Polk County, 
          Missouri, buried Morrisville Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
   9  ii. Salley M. Cunnyngham, born July 15, 1870 in Polk County, 
          Missouri; died September 20, 1885 in Polk County, Missouri, 
          buried Morrisville Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
  10 iii. Albert G. Cunnyngham, born March 21, 1866 in Polk County, 
          Missouri; died March 12, 1886 in Polk Co., MO..
  11  iv. Thomas B. Cunnyngham, born January 11, 1865 in Polk County, 
          Missouri; died April 03, 1869 in Polk County, Missouri.

4.  Robert Winton3 Cunnyngham (Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham
    (Possible John) was born August 16, 1845 in McMinn County, Tennessee, 
    and died January 05, 1929 in Polk County, Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead 
    Cemetery, Bolivar, Polk Co., Mo..  He married Mary 'Sarah' Florence 
    Callaway April 18, 1869 in Polk County, Missouri, daughter of 
    Rev. Joseph Callaway and Mary E. Wilson.

Notes for Robert Winton Cunnyngham:
Will of Robert W. Cunnyngham

STATE OF MISSOURI,       IN THE RECORDERS OFFICE
County of Polk,            
I, Hugh Matheny, Recorder of Deeds of said County do hereby certify 
that the within instrument of writing was on the 7th day of August, 
A.D. 1929 at 4 o'clock - - minutes P.M., duly filed for record in 
this office, and is recorded in the Will Record of this Office in "D", 
page 379.
In Witness Whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed my official 
seal at my office in the city of Bolivar, Missouri, this 7th day of 
August, A.D. 1929.

               Signed:  Hugh Matheny
                        RecorderI
 
Robert W. Cunnyngham, of Polk County, Missouri, hereby make publish 
and declare this as and for my Last Will and Testament, hereby revoking 
any and all other and former wills made by me.

First: I direct that all of my just debts, if any, including funeral 
expenses and expenses of my last illness, be paid; and I also direct 
that my Executor pay any and all expenses of surveying or setting off 
of the lands hereinafter bequeathed and devised.

Second: I give, devise and bequeath to my son Gus Cunnyngham, an 
undivided two-thirds interest in and to the North West Quarter (NW1/4) 
of the North West Quarter (NW1/4), and twenty (20) acres off of the 
West side of the North East Quarter (NE1/4), of the North West Quarter 
(NW1/4), all in Section Fourteen (14); and fifteen (15) acres off of 
the South side of the South West Quarter (SW1/4) of the South West 
Quarter (SW1/4) and off of a part of the South side of the Southeast 
Quarter (SE1/4) of the South West Quarter (SW1/4) of Section Eleven 
(11), and also five (5) acres out of the North East corner and off of 
part of the East side of the North East Quarter (NE 1/4) of the North 
East Quarter (NE1/4) of Section Fifteen (15), all in Township 
Thirty-three (33), Range twenty-two (22), Polk County, Missouri.  
The above mentioned 75 acres are the same premises that I heretofore 
conveyed an undivided one-third interest in to my said son, Gus 
Cunnyngham, to which deed of conveyance I hereby refer for a more 
particular description of said premises.

I give, devise and bequeath to my daughter, Cora Etta Hart, the South 
West Quarter (SW 1/4) of the North East Quarter (NE1/4), less five (5) 
acres off of the East side thereof, and also the East Half (E1/2) of 
the South West Quarter (SW1/4) of the North West Quarter (NW 1/4), all 
in Section Fifteen (15), Township Thirty-three (33), Range Twenty-two 
(22), Polk County, Missouri.

I give, devise and bequeath to the children of my deceased daughter, 
Mary A. Farris, the South East Quarter of the North East Quarter 
(NE1/4), and five (5) acres off of the East side of the South West 
Quarter (SW1/4) of the North East Quarter (NE1/4), and the East 
seventeen and one-half (17-1/2) acres of the North East Quarter 
(NE1/4) of the North East Quarter (NE1/4), after the five acres 
have been set off out of said North East Quarter (NE1/4) of the 
North East Quarter (NE1/4), to my son, Gus Cunnyngham, as above 
directed, all of said premises being in Section Fifteen (15), 
Township Thirty-three (33), Range Twenty-two (22), Polk County, 
Missouri.

I give, devise and bequeath to my daughter Jo Anna Batten, the North 
East Quarter (NE1/4) of the North West Quarter (NW1/4), less five (5) 
acres off of the East side thereof: and the West Half (W1/2) of the 
South West Quarter (SW1/4) of the North West Quarter (NW1/4), all in 
Section Fifteen (15), Township Thirty-three (33), Range Twenty-two 
(22), Polk County, Missouri.

I give, devise and bequeath to the children of my deceased son, James 
William Cunnyngham, my undivided one half interest in the South East 
Quarter (SE1/4) of the North East Quarter (NE1/4) of Section Twenty 
(20), and the South West Quarter (SW1/4) of the North Weat Quarter 
(NW1/4) of Section Twenty-one (21), all in Township Thirty-three (33), 
Range Twenty-two (22), Polk County, Missouri.

I charge the children if my son James William Cunnyngham, with the 
sum of Four Hundred Dollars as an advancement, which amount I advanced 
to their father; they shall pay this amount without any interest to my 
executor when he makes final settlement of my estate.

I give, devise and bequeath to my son Thomas Ben Cunnyngham, the North 
West Quarter (NW1/4) of the North East Quarter (NE1/4), and the West 
seventeen and one-half (17-1/2) acres of the North East Quarter (NE1/4) 
of the North East Quarter (NE1/4), after the five (5) acres out of the 
said North East Quarter (NE1/4) of the North East Quarter (NE1/4) have 
been set off to my son, Gus Cunnyngham, as above directed; and five acres 
off of the East side of the North East Quarter (NE1/4) of the North West 
Quarter (NW1/4), all in Section Fifteen (15), Township Thirty-three 
(33), Range Twenty-two (22),  Polk County, Missouri.

Third: All the remainder of my property, whether real, personal or mixed, 
shall be divided into six equal shares, my children Gus Cunnyngham, 
Thomas Ben Cunnyngham, Cora Etta Hart and Jo Anna Batten each to receive 
a one-sixth and the children of my deceased son James William Cunnyngham, 
together to receive a one-sixth, and the children of my deceased daughter, 
Mary A. Farris, together to receive a one-sixth.

Fourth: I hereby appoint my son, Gus Cunnyngham, as Executor of this Will, 
and request that he be permitted to act without being required to give 
bond; and I empower and authorize him to sell any land that I have not 
herein especially devised and to make deeds of conveyance thereto, provided 
that all my living children request in writing.  I further request that 
my executor may have two years to settle my estate if in his opinion it 
is necessary and for the best interest of all.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and seal, this 2nd day 
of October, 1926.

          his
Robert W.  x  Cunnyngham
         mark

Witnesses to Mark
Herman Pufahl
T.G. Rechow


We attest the foregoing will written on three pages, by subscribing 
our names thereto as witnesses in the presence of and at the request 
of the testator and in the presence of each other, this 2nd day of 
October, 1926.
                 Herman Pufahl
                 T.G. Rechow

I add this codicil to the above will, I do not want the children of 
my deceased son James Wm. Cunnyngham charges with any amount, and I 
change and eliminate the 4 lines where I charged them with $400.00 
as an advancement and give and devise the land described above and 
devise it to them clear and free of any charge or advancement.

In witness whereof, I hereunto set my hand to codicil 
on this 29th day of December, 1926, and with said change 
re-publish and re-affirm the foregoing will.

          his
Robert W.  x  Cunnyngham
         mark

Witnesses to Mark
T.G. Rechow
Herman Pufahl

Witness to Codicil
T.G. Rechow
Herman Pufahl

	
Children of Robert Cunnyngham and Mary Callaway are:
+  12   i. Mary Altha4 Cunnyngham, born August 30, 1872 in Polk County, 
           Missouri; died March 28, 1925 in Polk County, Missouri, 
           buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
   13  ii. Dicy L. Cunnyngham, born 1875 in MO.; died 1894 in Buried 
           at Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Bolivar, MO.
+  14 iii. Jo Anna Cunnyngham, born July 09, 1880 in Polk County, 
           Missouri; died August 25, 1957 in Polk County, Missouri, 
           buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
+  15  iv. James William Cunnyngham, born December 20, 1885 in Polk 
           County, Missouri; died November 11, 1921 in Polk County, 
           Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
+  16   v. Thomas Benjamin Cunnyngham, born December 20, 1885 in Polk 
           County, Missouri; died November 18, 1933 in Polk County, 
           Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..

5.  William G.3 Cunnyngham (Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham
    (Possible John) was born April 16, 1847 in McMinn County, Tennessee, 
    and died October 01, 1882 in Polk County, Missouri.  He married 
    Ophelia V. Mitchell November 03, 1869 in Polk County, Missouri, 
    daughter of Morris Mitchell and Rebecca Ewing.
	
Children of William Cunnyngham and Ophelia Mitchell are:
+  17   i. Joseph Shelton4 Cunnyngham, born February 03, 1874 in Polk 
           County, Missouri; died June 19, 1969 in Polk County, 
           Missouri.
   18  ii. Thomas Morris Cunnyngham, born April 1872 in Polk County, 
           Missouri; died in Harlingen, Texas.
+  19 iii. Bennett L. Cunnyngham, born January 29, 1871 in Polk County, 
           Missouri; died February 25, 1950 in Polk County, Missouri.

6.  John M.3 Cunnyngham (Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham
    (Possible John) was born January 20, 1849 in McMinn County, 
    Tennessee, and died January 09, 1933 in Polk County, Missouri, 
    buried Morrisville Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  He married 
    (1) Rebecca Francis Mitchell January 12, 1873 in Polk County, 
    Missouri, daughter of Benjamin Mitchell and Matilda Looney.  
    He married (2) Sarah E. Unknown 1886 in Polk County, Missouri.
	
Child of John Cunnyngham and Rebecca Mitchell is:
   20   i. Blanch4 Cunnyngham, born May 1876 in Polk County, Missouri.
	
Children of John Cunnyngham and Sarah Unknown are:
  21    i. Wilkerson B.4 Cunnyngham, born October 1893 in Polk County, 
           Missouri.
  22   ii. Beatrice E. Cunnyngham, born March 1895 in Polk County, 
           Missouri.


Generation No. 4

8.  Dicy Lavina4 Cunnyngham (James H.W.3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, 
    Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born February 22, 1862 in 
    Polk County, Missouri, and died January 01, 1954 in Polk County, 
    Missouri, buried Morrisville Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  
    She married Oscar C. Jackson.
	
Child of Dicy Cunnyngham and Oscar Jackson is:
   23   i. Fern5 Jackson, born May 1894 in Polk County, Missouri.

12.  Mary Altha4 Cunnyngham (Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, 
     Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born August 30, 1872 in 
     Polk County, Missouri, and died March 28, 1925 in Polk County, 
     Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  
     She married Lewis Alexander Farris August 08, 1897 in Polk County, 
     Missouri, son of Lewis Farris and Nancy Venable.
	
Children of Mary Cunnyngham and Lewis Farris are:
   24   i. Infant Son5 Farris, born June 10, 1899.
+  25  ii. Nannie Florence Farris, born October 28, 1900 in Polk 
           County, Missouri; died August 04, 1979 in Buffalo, Dallas 
           County, Mo., buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
   26 iii. Altha Irene Farris, born February 27, 1905 in Polk County, 
           Missouri; died December 15, 1975 in Polk County, Missouri, 
           buried Greenwood Cemetery, Bolivar, Polk Co., Mo.., 
           she married Geroge Dewey Burleson in Polk County, Missouri..

14.  Jo Anna4 Cunnyngham (Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, 
     Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born July 09, 1880 in 
     Polk County, Missouri, and died August 25, 1957 in Polk County, 
     Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  She married 
     Lon N. Batten March 02, 1899 in Polk County, Missouri.
	
Children of Jo Cunnyngham and Lon Batten are:
27    i. Daisy J.5 Batten.
28   ii. Maggie Florence Batten, born June 04, 1905 in Near Roosevelt, 
         Oklahoma; died February 28, 1916 in Rondo, Polk County, Mo., 
         buried Mt. Gilead Cem., Polk Co., Mo..
29  iii. Virgil C. Batten, died 1993.

15.  James William4 Cunnyngham (Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, 
     Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born December 20, 1885 in 
     Polk County, Missouri, and died November 11, 1921 in Polk County, 
     Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  He married 
     Mattie Chloe Johnson December 10, 1905 in Polk County, Missouri.
	
Children of James Cunnyngham and Mattie Johnson are:
+  30   i. William Harlan5 Cunnyngham, born January 25, 1908 in Polk 
           County, Missouri; died May 18, 1991 in Polk County, Missouri, 
           buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
+  31  ii. Helen Cunnyngham, born Abt. 1914.

16.  Thomas Benjamin4 Cunnyngham (Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, 
     Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born December 20, 1885 in 
     Polk County, Missouri, and died November 18, 1933 in Polk County, 
     Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  He married 
     Fannie Weinberg 1926 in Greene County, Missouri..
	
Child of Thomas Cunnyngham and Fannie Weinberg is:
   32   i. Georgia5 Cunnyngham, Foster child.

17.  Joseph Shelton4 Cunnyngham (William G.3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, 
     Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born February 03, 1874 in 
     Polk County, Missouri, and died June 19, 1969 in Polk County, 
     Missouri.  He married Eva Lodaska Bradshaw.
	
Children of Joseph Cunnyngham and Eva Unknown are:
   33   i. Lillian Blanche5 Cunnyngham, born October 08, 1902 
           died June 1972.  She married George M. Winton.
   34  ii. William Cunnyngham, born Abt. 1900.
   35 iii. Arthur Cunnyngham, born Abt. 1906.

19.  Bennett L.4 Cunnyngham (William G.3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, 
     Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born January 29, 1871 in 
     Polk County, Missouri, and died February 25, 1950 in Polk County, 
     Missouri.  He married Maude E. Unknown.
	
Child of Bennett Cunnyngham and Maude Unknown is:
   36   i. Hugh B.5 Cunnyngham, born Abt. 1915.


Generation No. 5

25.  Nannie Florence5 Farris (Mary Altha4 Cunnyngham, Robert Winton3, 
     Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was 
     born October 28, 1900 in Polk County, Missouri, and died 
     August 04, 1979 in Buffalo, Dallas County, Mo., buried Mt. Gilead 
     Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  She married Groder Roy Blackwell, son 
     of John Blackwell and Elizabeth Unknown.
	
Children of Nannie Farris and Groder Blackwell are:
+   37   i. Vesta Pearl6 Blackwell, born in Polk County, Missouri.
+   38  ii. Glenn Farris Blackwell.

30.  William Harlan5 Cunnyngham (James William4, Robert Winton3, 
     Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) 
     was born January 25, 1908 in Polk County, Missouri, and died 
     May 18, 1991 in Polk County, Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, 
     Polk Co., Mo..  He married Bethany Faith Goodwin.
	
Children of William Cunnyngham and Bethany Goodwin are:
+   39   i. Jean Ann6 Cunnyngham, born January 1938 in Polk County, 
            Missouri; died November 26, 1975 in Polk County, Missouri, 
            buried Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..
+   40	ii. James Cunnyngham.

31.  Helen5 Cunnyngham (James William4, Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, 
     William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born 
     Abt. 1914.  She married Voyne Breshears.
	
Children of Helen Cunnyngham and Voyne Breshears are:
    41   i. William C.6 Breshears.
    42	ii. Nancy Breshears.


Generation No. 6

37.  Vesta Pearl6 Blackwell (Nannie Florence5 Farris, Mary Altha4 
     Cunnyngham, Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown 
     Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born in Polk County, Missouri.  
     She married Charles Franklin Dunkel April 22, 1944, son of 
     James Dunkel and Hazel Lynch.

Marriage Notes for Vesta Blackwell and Charles Dunkel:
Marriage date taken from tombstone of Vesta P. & Charles Franklin Dunkel, 
located in Mt. Gilead Cemetery, Bolivar, Polk Co., Mo.

	
Children of Vesta Blackwell and Charles Dunkel are:
+   43   i. Hazel Florene7 Dunkel, born in Kansas.
+   44	ii. James LeRoy Dunkel, born in White City, Morris Co., Kansas.
+   45 iii. Karen Sue Dunkel, born in White City, Morris County, Kansas.

38.  Glenn Farris6 Blackwell (Nannie Florence5 Farris, Mary Altha4 
     Cunnyngham, Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown 
     Cunnyngham(Possible John).  He married Barbara Ann Wakefield.
	
Children of Glenn Blackwell and Barbara Wakefield are:
   46   i. Glenda Ann7 Blackwell.
   47  ii. Mike Blackwell.

39.  Jean Ann6 Cunnyngham (William Harlan5, James William4, Robert 
     Winton3, Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible 
     John) was born January 1938 in Polk County, Missouri, and died 
     November 26, 1975 in Polk County, Missouri, buried Mt. Gilead 
     Cemetery, Polk Co., Mo..  She married Larry Tillery.
	
Children of Jean Cunnyngham and Larry Tillery are:
   48   i. Steven7 Tillery.  He married Rita L. Unknown.
   49  ii. Kipper Tillery.
   50 iii. Anne Tillery.

40.  James6 Cunnyngham (William Harlan5, James William4, Robert Winton3, 
     Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John).  
     He married Andrea Unknown.
	
Children of James Cunnyngham and Andrea Unknown are:
   51   i. Deidra7 Cunnyngham.
   52  ii. Thad Cunnyngham.
   53 iii. Shawn Cunnyngham.
   54  iv. Kyle Cunnyngham.


Generation No. 7

43.  Hazel Florene7 Dunkel (Vesta Pearl6 Blackwell, Nannie Florence5 
     Farris, Mary Altha4 Cunnyngham, Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, 
     William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born 
     in Kansas.  She married (1) Joseph Phillip Mattingly.  
     She married (2) Floyd Allen Hammock.
	
Children of Hazel Dunkel and Floyd Hammock are:
   55   i. Sherry Renee Fink8 Hammock.  She married (1) Pat Eugene 
           Arnold.  She married (2) Harold Curtis Pickens.  
           She married (3) Michael Wayne.
   56  ii. Infant Son Hammock, born June 17, 1986 in Springfield, 
           Greene County, Missouri.; died June 17, 1986 in Springfield, 
           Greene County, Missouri., buried Mt. Gilead Cem., 
           Polk Co., Mo..
   57 iii. Edward Allen Hammock
   58  iv. Cinthia Ann Hammock

44.  James LeRoy7 Dunkel (Vesta Pearl6 Blackwell, Nannie Florence5 
     Farris, Mary Altha4 Cunnyngham, Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, 
     William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born 
     in White City, Morris Co., Kansas.  He married Sherrie Delynn 
     Postlewait.
	
Children of James Dunkel and Sherrie Postlewait are:
   59   i. Michele Lee8 Dunkel.  She married Douglas James Moseley.
   60  ii. Regina Lynn Dunkel.  She married Jason Dan Moise.
   61 iii. Charlston James Dunkel.

45.  Karen Sue7 Dunkel (Vesta Pearl6 Blackwell, Nannie Florence5 
     Farris, Mary Altha4 Cunnyngham, Robert Winton3, Thomas W.2, 
     William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was born 
     in White City, Morris County, Kansas.  She married 
     James Cecil Wilhite in Springfield, Greene County,  Missouri, 
     son of James Wilhite and Mintora Lee.
	
Children of Karen Dunkel and James Wilhite are:
   62   i. James Andrew8 Wilhite, born in Ft. Leonard Wood, Pulaski 
           County,  Missouri.
+  63  ii. Sharon Sue Wilhite, born in Ft. Leonard Wood, Pulaski 
           County, Missouri..
   64 iii. Kristy Charlene Wilhite, born in Springfield, MO.


Generation No. 8

63.  Sharon Sue8 Wilhite (Karen Sue7 Dunkel, Vesta Pearl6 Blackwell, 
     Nannie Florence5 Farris, Mary Altha4 Cunnyngham, Robert Winton3, 
     Thomas W.2, William H.1, Unknown Cunnyngham(Possible John) was 
     born in Ft. Leonard Wood, Pulaski County, Missouri..  
     She married Anthony Dale Day in Miami, Ottawa County, Oklahoma, 
     son of Jackie Day and Sarah King.
	
Children of Sharon Wilhite and Anthony Day are:
   65   i. Ashley Nicole9 Day, born in Springfield, Greene County, 
           Missouri..
   66  ii. Mikall Anthony Day, born in Bolivar, Polk County, Missouri..




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