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Annie Mitchell CUNNINGHAMAge: 87 years18851973

Name
Annie Mitchell CUNNINGHAM
Given names
Annie Mitchell
Surname
CUNNINGHAM
Birth December 17, 1885 46 35
Religion
Protestant
1885
Residence 1891 (Age 5 years)
Occupation
Copyholder
January 7, 1899 (Age 13 years)
Note: Worked at McCorquodale & Co. Limuted, 96 Maxwell Street, Glasgow, Scotland as a Copyholder to Reader. She left with an excellent reference.
Occupation
Glass & Cheria (China) Shop assistan
1901 (Age 15 years)
Residence
366 Crown Street, Glasgow, Scotland
1901 (Age 15 years)
Death of a fatherThomas CUNNINGHAM
December 14, 1906 (Age 20 years)
Cause: Cerebral Haemorage Haemiplegia, 4½ Years
Occupation
Bedding Machinist
1911 (Age 25 years)
Residence 1911 (Age 25 years)
Occupation
Worked in White's Clay Pipe factory
before 1912 (Age 26 years)
Note: The Clay Pipe factory was located at Bain Street, Glasgow, Scotland (known as The Barras where trade…

MarriagePeter WILLIAMSONView this family
January 1, 1912 (Age 26 years)
Address: n/a Baronial Halls, 45 South Portland Street
Shared note: 1912 Lived at 140 Florence Street, Glasgow, Scotland. Peter Williamson was lodger at the home of Annie Cunningham's parents
Birth of a son
#1
Peter WILLIAMSON
May 3, 1912 (Age 26 years)
Witness to marriagePeter WILLIAMSONView this family
Jemima Laurenson & William Williamson
1912 (Age 26 years)
Birth of a son
#2
Thomas Cunningham WILLIAMSON
July 20, 1916 (Age 30 years)
Residence 1916 (Age 30 years)
Birth of a son
#3
George WILLIAMSON
February 19, 1923 (Age 37 years)
Address: Govanhill Street
Death of a motherSarah MITCHELL
March 17, 1927 (Age 41 years)
Cause: Senility
Residence about 1930 (Age 44 years)
Residence 1941 (Age 55 years)
Residence about 1948 (Age 62 years)
Death of a sonPeter WILLIAMSON
December 11, 1954 (Age 68 years)
Cause: Carcinoma of Head of Pancreas/Multiple Sclerosis
Death of a husbandPeter WILLIAMSON
August 17, 1956 (Age 70 years)
Cause: Coronary Thrombosis
Residence 1958 (Age 72 years)
Residence 1964 (Age 78 years)
Residence 1971 (Age 85 years)
Cemetery
Lair P.686
1973 (on the date of death)
Death 1973 (Age 87 years)
Burial 1973 (on the date of death)
Family with parents - View this family
father
Thomas Cunningham (123).jpgThomas CUNNINGHAM
Birth: about 1839Kirkcolm, by Stranraer, Wigtownshire, Scotland
Death: December 14, 1906140 Florence Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
mother
Marriage: February 2, 1872Scotstoun Mains, Renfrew, Scotland
14 years
herself
1891.jpgAnnie Mitchell CUNNINGHAM
Birth: December 17, 1885 46 3516 Charlotte Street, Stranraer, Wigtownshire, Scotland
Death: 1973Cleland Hospital, Nursing Home, Cleland, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Family with Peter WILLIAMSON - View this family
husband
herself
1891.jpgAnnie Mitchell CUNNINGHAM
Birth: December 17, 1885 46 3516 Charlotte Street, Stranraer, Wigtownshire, Scotland
Death: 1973Cleland Hospital, Nursing Home, Cleland, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Marriage: January 1, 1912Baronial Halls, 45 South Portland Street, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
4 months
son
2346.jpgPeter WILLIAMSON
Birth: May 3, 1912 26 2651 Roseberry Street, Govanhill, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: December 11, 1954200 Castlemilk Road, Croftfoot, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
4 years
son
2393.jpgThomas Cunningham WILLIAMSON
Birth: July 20, 1916 30 3078 Govanhill Street, Govanhill, Glasgow, Lanarkshire, Scotland
Death: January 25, 1986Canada
7 years
son

Birth

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Birth

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Occupation

Worked at McCorquodale & Co. Limuted, 96 Maxwell Street, Glasgow, Scotland as a Copyholder to Reader. She left with an excellent reference.

Occupation

The Clay Pipe factory was located at Bain Street, Glasgow, Scotland (known as The Barras where traders sold their wares from wheel carts). Bain Street was named aftr Sir James Bain, Provost of Glasgow 1873-77. The clay pipe factory, owned by William White, in its day produced around 14,400 pipes per day in 700 designs. The distinctive red & yellow facade was originally intended to be stone, however costs determined otherwise. Her grandson Leslie Williamson operated a Printing Business in the same building from 1976 to 1979.

Marriage

1912 Lived at 140 Florence Street, Glasgow, Scotland. Peter Williamson was lodger at the home of Annie Cunningham's parents

Name

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Shared note

Definition: 1) A place name from the Cunningham area in the Ayrshire district of Scotland, which, in turn, got its name from the words "cunny" or "coney" meaning rabbit and "hame" meaning home (rabbit's home). Another possible translation is that the name derived from "cuinneag" meaning "milk pail" along with the Saxon "ham" meaning "village." Surname Origin: Scottish Alternate Surname Spellings: CUNNYNGHAM, KONNINGHAM, KOENIGAM

(Donegan, Counihan) The surname Cunningham or Conyngham is among the 75 most numerous in Ireland, the estimated number of persons so called in 1954 being 8,550. they are distributed over all four provinces, the majority being found in the Ulster counties of Down and Antrim and in the Connacht counties of Galway and Roscommon. In the former the families in question are for the most part of Scottish origin; in the latter they are native Irish. The original Irish-Gaelic forms O Connaghain and Mac Cuinneagain were first written as O'Cunnigan and Mac Cuinneagain were first written as O'Cunnigan and MacCunnigan. Under the anglicizing influence of three centuries of British occupation many old Gaelic families, having dropped the O or Mac, gradually assumed an English or Scottish name approximating to theirs in sound. Thus Cunnigan became Cunningham. There is hardly another name in Ireland which appears in the Registrar-General's records, voters' lists and so forth in so many different guises. Side by side with the standard form Cunningham, we find Coonaghan, Counihan, Cunnighan, Kinningham, Kinighan, Kinagam, Kinnegan and MacCunnigan in Ulster, while Conaghan and Kinaghan are two of the many variants elsewhere. Counihan and Coonaghan, however are properly the anglicized forms of the north Munster name O Cuanachain. The true Irish Cunninghams trace their descent from two sources in Connacht, the Gaelic forms given above denoting son (mac) or descendant (O) of Connagan, which is a diminutive of the personal name Conn. One branch stems from Fiachra, brother of the famous Niall of the Nine Hostages are father of the last pagan King of Ireland, and was located in Co. Sligo; the other is a sept of the Ui Maine (often called Hy Many), a wide spread group of septs centred in counties Galway and Roscommon of which O'Kelly was the most important. As is not unusual in the case of smaller families which, notwithstanding the destruction of the Gaelic order after 1603, refused to accept English rule, no arms are on record at the Office of Arms in Dublin Castle for O'Cunnigan or MacCunnigan. The well-known Cunninghams arms are those of a Scottish family, several branches of which settled in Ireland in the seventeenth century and became influential in the north. There is a tradition that these Cunninghams were originally Irish settlers in Scotland: be that as it may they were in Scotland as early as the eleventh century, since their arms and their motto "over fork over" are based on an incident which occurred about the year 1050 when the Cunninghams' ancestor saved the life of Malcolm Canmore, afterwards King of Scotland, by covering him with hay and thus concealing him from MacBeth's pursuing forces. The most distinguished Irishman of the name was probably Timothy Cunningham (d. 1761), the antiquarian, member and benefactor of the Royal Irish Academy. Mention may also be made of Henry first Marquess Conyngham (1766-1832), who was an Irish representative peer and a man of influence in England in the reign of George IV, and also of John Cunningham (1729-1773), the Irish actor and poet. Some of the Cunninghams in Ulster acquired their surname in quite a different way from those dealt with above. There was a minor sept of MacDonegan in Co. Down, one of whom, John Donegan or MacDonnegan, was Bishop of Down from 1395 to 1412, while earlier in the fourteenth century Florence MacDonnagan was Bishop of Dromore. In this area the name was first corrupted to MacConegan and later some of these MacConegans changed this to Cunningham in imitation of the Scottish settlers. Others, however, retained the more correct modernized form Dunnigan, and Dunnigans are still to be found in Co.. Down. This name is not to be confused with Donegan or Dongan - O Donnagain in Irish - an important sept of Muskerry, Co. Cork, whose territory was around Rathluirc. Thomas Donegan (1634-1715), last Earl of Limerick (of the first creation) Governor of New York from 1683 to 1691, was the most distinguished man of this name.

BirthAnnie Mitchell Cunningham 57 Birth Cert.JPG
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ResidenceSarah Mitchell 182 & family Census 1911.jpg
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