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Re: Cunninghams County Cork, Ireland
Posted by: maggie cunningham blackman Date: May 10, 2001 at 11:30:48
In Reply to: Cunninghams County Cork, Ireland by Mark A. Cunningham of 9498

My mother's (Joan Cunningham)whole family came from County Cork Ireland. She has quite an extensive family tree. Her Grandfather William Cunningham (b 1863) came to America and was the youngest of 19 children!!! Many of the children left Ireland onto who knows where but I have all their names. THese are the missing holes. We have pictures of direct family still living in Ireland. ALso still living in Cork! William lived in Washington D.C., THere was also James, a priest in Connecticut. I have alot of information at home, e-mail me and I can collect it and answer questions, especially if you have specific questions. You were looking for a Robert I believe? One of your responses had a Patrick, but I do know know what happened to the Patrick in my mother's tree. Gee, think we might be related??


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