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Re: Lucinda Crick m. J.H. Cunningham
Posted by: Ted Pack (ID *****6680) Date: March 30, 2005 at 13:04:29
In Reply to: Lucinda Crick m. J.H. Cunningham by Wanda of 509

This looks like them, maybe, in the LDS 1880:

Household:

Name Relation Marital Status Gender Race Age Birthplace Occupation Father's Birthplace Mother's Birthplace
J. H. CUNNINGHAM Self M Male W 40 TN Farmer TN TN
India CUNNINGHAM Wife M Female W 35 TN Keeping House TN TN
John CUNNINGHAM Other S Male W 12 TN Works On Farm TN TN
Richard CUNNINGHAM Other S Male W 4 TN At Home TN TN
Pinkney CUNNINGHAM Other S Male W 2 TN At Home TN TN
Sarah CUNNINGHAM Other W Female W 60 TN Boarder GA GA
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Source Information:
Census Place District 3, Coffee, Tennessee

Arguments for, "Pinkney" is rare, (he was the only one in all of Tennessee with surname Cunningham) J. H. 's initials match, "India"'s age is close, there is a John and a Richard (Dick) and the county is one you mentioned.

If Lucinda went by "Inda" or "India", this is probably them. If the enumerator was a little deaf or a little drunk when he knocked on their door (People in Tennessee are hospitable) it might be them too.

Arguments against, no Josh, no Julia Ann and "India" is not a common nickname for "Lucinda."

The relationship is blank, not the word "Other" on the original image. Sometimes the enumerator got tired of stating the obvious. This is a man, wife and 3 kids. The LDS transcribers sometimes put "Other" when they should have put "blank."

If you have the birth order or, better, the ages of the kids, you can make a better guess as to whether this is your family.


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