Helen Gordon Cumming

( - 16 March 1819)
     Helen Gordon Cumming married Sir Archibald Dunbar 6th Bart of Northfield, son of Sir Alexander Dunbar 5th Bart of Northfield and Margaret Arbuthnott, on 6 November 1794. She was the daughter of Col Sir Alexander Penrose Cumming-Gordon of Altyre, 1st Bart. They had issue Helen ((Warden), Margaret (Macintosh), Alexander died yourng, Jane (Clavering), Georgina, Archibald, John who married Sophia Hagar, William who died in India, Charles- East India Service, Louis, Thomas, Emilia & Edward.
     Helen died on 16 March 1819.

Children of Helen Gordon Cumming and Sir Archibald Dunbar 6th Bart of Northfield

Margaret Cumming

     Margaret Cumming married John MacPherson, son of unlinked early MacPherson, on 8 June 1762 in Inveravon, Banffshire, Scotland.

Children of Margaret Cumming and John MacPherson

Ernest James Cummins

(1894 - 1984)
     Ernest James Cummins was born in 1894 in Yea, Victoria. He was the son of Richard & Elilzabeth nee Taylor.
     Ernest James Cummins served in the military Sapper # 15181: born Yea VIC : Enlisted Melbourne : Next of Kin: Cummins, Richard. Roll title: 3 Divisional Signal Company - 1 to 7 Reinforcements (May-December 1916), Embarked: 25 September 1916 from Melbourne on HMAT Shropshire. Occupation Post man between 1916 and 1918.
     Ernest James Cummins married Amy Alma Robertson, daughter of John Robertson and Josephine Tuckett, in 1924 in Victoria.
     Ernest died in 1984 in Warr..., Victoria.

Ceredig ap Cunedda

     Ceredig ap Cunedda was born in Wales. He was the son of Cunedda Wledig and Gwawl ferch Coel.
     Ceredig ap Cunedda married Meleri ferch Brychan, daughter of Brychan ap Marchell, in Wales.

Child of Ceredig ap Cunedda and Meleri ferch Brychan

Gwen ferch Cunedda

     Gwen ferch Cunedda was born in Wales. She was the daughter of Cunedda Wledig and Gwawl ferch Coel.

Child of Gwen ferch Cunedda

Albert Berwick Cunningham

(15 February 1840 - )
     Albert Berwick Cunningham was born on 15 February 1840.
     Albert Berwick Cunningham married Georgiana Steer, daughter of Charles Steer and Caroline Thompson, in March 1865 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. March 22, 1865 ... At the residence of the British Amassasoe, Frankfort-on-Main, Albert Berwick Cunningham, esq., RA., To Georgiana Glentworth, second daughter of Charles Steer, esq., Judge of the Supreme Court, Calcutta.
     Albert Berwick Cunningham and Georgiana Steer appeared on the 1871 census in Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Kent. Albert B Cunningham, head, 31, Lt R Artillery, active list, born Streatham, Surrey, Georgiana E 23, officer's wife, born Dinapore,India (British subject); children Calvert G 4, born Bollingbourne, Kent; John S, 2, born Woolwich, Kent, Chas A G, 6 months, born Woolwich with a nurse and a cook.

Children of Albert Berwick Cunningham and Georgiana Steer

Calvert Gordon Cunningham

(March 1867 - 1925)
     Calvert Gordon Cunningham was also known as John Calvert G in records. He's birth was registered in the quarter ending in March 1867 in Hollingbourn, Kent, England. He was the son of Albert Berwick Cunningham and Georgiana Steer. Calvert, John and Charles were listed as the children of Albert Berwick Cunningham in the 1871 census in Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Kent.
     Calvert Gordon Cunningham married Louisa Maud Unknown in 1889 in Sculcoats RD, Yorkshire. The 1899 marriage is to either Bertha Marshall or Frances White, so seems unlikely.
     Calvert died in 1925 in Cape Town, South Africa.

Catherine Cunningham (Leslie)

     Catherine Cunningham (Leslie) was born. Katherine, daughter of the Rev Alexander Conyngham, Dean of Raphoe & widow of ... Leslie..
     Thomas Dunbar married secondly Catherine Cunningham (Leslie) in Ireland. She was the widow of Bishop John Leslie, aka "the fighting bishop".

Charles Albert G Cunningham

(December 1870 - )
     Charles Albert G Cunningham's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1870 in Woolwich, Kent, England. He was the son of Albert Berwick Cunningham and Georgiana Steer. Calvert, John and Charles were listed as the children of Albert Berwick Cunningham in the 1871 census in Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Kent.

Elizabeth Cunningham

( - before 16 November 1762)
     Elizabeth Cunningham married Ludovick Dunbar, son of Thomas Dunbar and Katherine Gordon, on 29 June 1693.
     Elizabeth died before 16 November 1762.
     Her will was proved on 16 November 1762 at Moray, Scotland. Elizabeth Dunbar, relict of Ludovick Dunbar, of Grange.

John Strange Cunningham

(December 1868 - )
     John Strange Cunningham's birth was registered in the quarter ending in December 1868 in Woolwich, Kent, England. He was the son of Albert Berwick Cunningham and Georgiana Steer. Calvert, John and Charles were listed as the children of Albert Berwick Cunningham in the 1871 census in Royal Military Academy, Woolwich, Kent.

Lucy Bertram Cunningham

     Lucy Bertram Cunningham was the daughter of Albert Berwick Cunningham and Georgiana Steer. Lucy Bertram Cunningham was also known as Lady Lucy Markham in records.
     Lucy Bertram Cunningham married Sir Albert Basil Markham on 17 September 1898 in London, Paddington RD, Middlesex, England.

Violet Cunningham

     Violet Cunningham married Osborne Edwin Townsend before 1932.

Child of Violet Cunningham and Osborne Edwin Townsend

Sir William Cunningham

     Margaret Gifford married secondly Sir William Cunningham.

Janet Cunnningham

     Janet Cunnningham married Gavin Dunbar, son of Archibald Dunbar.

Child of Janet Cunnningham and Gavin Dunbar

John Loftus Cuppage

( - 15 April 1797)
     John Loftus Cuppage married Dorothy Handcock, daughter of Rev Richard Handcock and Sarah Toler, on 17 December 1768 in St Anne, Dublin, Ireland.
     John died on 15 April 1797.

Faustin Cuppaidge

     Faustin Cuppaidge married Mary Low, daughter of Major William Low. They had issue mentioned on the memorial tablet at Chapelizod, Dublin - Here lie also the bodies of William, William, Elizabeth, Joan Low, Catherine Low, Ebenezer, John, Joseph son of [Faus]tin Cuppaidge, gent. by Mary his wife, daughter of Major William Low.

Robert Cupples

(1 May 1914 - 27 May 1970)
     Robert Cupples was born on 1 May 1914.
     Robert Cupples was employed as a T.A.B. agent, Yarram.
     Robert died on 27 May 1970 in Yarram, Victoria, aged 56. He was buried in the Anglican section, Yarram.

Alice de Curci

(circa 1170? - circa 1225)
     Alice de Curci was born circa 1170?. She was the only daughter & heiress, possessed in her own right the Manor of Harewood and Stoke Curcy in Somersetshire.
Relict of Henry de Cornhill & sister of William de Curcy IV on whose death c.1195 she became heir to the Curcy inheritance and to the pourparty of the Meschin inheritance which had fallen to her grandmother Avice, daughter & coheir of Wm de Meschin. She was the daughter of William de Curci III and Gundreda de Warenne.
     Alice de Curci married Henry de Cornhill before 1193. Alice de Curci was widowed in 1193 on the death of her husband Henry de Cornhill.
     Alice de Curci married Warin FitzGerald as her second husband, in 1195..
     1199-1216: Warin FitzGerold, king's chamberlain, and Henry FitzGerold, his brother. n.d. [temp. John]
Warin has granted Speresholt and Badeleking to Henry, to hold for the service of one knight, in fee.
Witnesses: Alice de Curc', wife of Warin, Ralph Foliot, John de Wich, Andrew of the Exchequer (de Scaccario), Henry Foliot, Peter the clerk, Hugh de Mara, Stephen de Badeleking, Ailmer de Sevahanton, John son of John de Wich, Robert de Warcebec, Sir Eimeric the chaplain, John the clerk. Alice de Curci was widowed in July 1216 on the death of her husband Warin FitzGerald.
     Alice died circa 1225.

Child of Alice de Curci and Henry de Cornhill

Child of Alice de Curci and Warin FitzGerald

John de Curci

     John died. He died without issue so his sister Alice became his heiress. He gave a yard of land with his body to the monks at Esseby
. John Governor of Ulster. He conquered Ulster for King John (reigned 1199-1216) who constituted him Governor thereof. He was the son of William de Curci III and Gundreda de Warenne.

William de Curci II Baron

( - after 1140)
     William de Curci II Baron was the son of William de Curcy and Emma, Daughter of William de Falaise.
     William de Curci II Baron married Avice or Amice de Romelli or Meschin, daughter of William de Meschin Lord of Copeland and Cecily de Romelli, circa 1125.
     Baron of Stoke Courcy. "Dapifer" or steward to to King Henry I (reigned 1100-35). Supposed founder of Harewood Church 1116. 1140 Lord of Harewood. Sewer to King Henry II (reigned 1154-89) and witness to King Stephen (reigned 1135-54) in charter to Westminster Abbey. Probably Robert as heir to his brother William.
     William died after 1140. Slain at Coleshill, Wales in 1157?? He died without issue and was succeeded by his brother Robert. He was succeeded by his son William before 1156.

Child of William de Curci II Baron and Avice or Amice de Romelli or Meschin

William de Curci III

(before 1130 - __1186 or ___ 1171)
     William de Curci III was born before 1130. He was the son of William de Curci II Baron and Avice or Amice de Romelli or Meschin.
     William de Curci III married Gundreda de Warenne. She married first Roger, earl of Warwick (1119-53), by whom she had issue two sons and two daughters. It appears that she had a third son Henry who is mentioned in a charter with his brother William.
     William died __1186 or ___ 1171. 32 Henry II.

Children of William de Curci III and Gundreda de Warenne

William de Curci IV

(circa 1168 - shortly after 1194)
     William de Curci IV was born circa 1168. He was the son of William de Curci III and Gundreda de Warenne.
     William died shortly after 1194.

Richard de Curcy Baron

     Richard died in Newnham, Oxfordshire, England. He was born in England.
     Baron of Stoke Courcy. Privy Counsellor to King William Rufus (reigned 1087- 1100). [which de Curci?]. He was of Newnham.
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     Richard de Curcy Baron married Wandelmode,.

Child of Richard de Curcy Baron and Wandelmode,,

William de Curcy

( - circa 1114)
     William de Curcy was born in Stoke Curcy, Somerset, England.
     Honor of Curcy : William de Curcy I, sewer to Henry I inherited the manor of Nuneham [Newenham, Cockayne] Oxford & other lands which Richard de Curci his father had held at the date of the Domesday survey and by his marriage to a daughter & co-heir of Wm de Falaise of Stoke Curcy. He acquired the lands in Dorset & Somerset of her said father. These lands and some others of which Wm de Curci was enfeoffed by Henry I, composed the honor of Stoke Curcy held by the service of 25 1/2 knights. [Honors & Knights fees / W Farrer, Vol.1, p.103]
. He was the son of Richard de Curcy Baron and Wandelmode.
     William de Curcy married Emma, Daughter of William de Falaise.
     William died circa 1114.

Child of William de Curcy and Emma, Daughter of William de Falaise

Honora Curren

(before February 1821 - 13 February 1908)
     Honora Curren was born before February 1821 in Ireland.
     Honora Curren married Thomas Colbert before 1839. 27 Nov 1841 at Cappoquin according to the Price family tree on Ancestry which also states they emigrated to SA in 1846 aboad the Canton..
     Honora died on 13 February 1908 in Kapunda, South Australia. Hanorah, aged 87, widow of Thomas Colbert.

Children of Honora Curren and Thomas Colbert

Blanche Rosina Currey

Children of Blanche Rosina Currey and Albert Edward Bennington

Isott Curry

(say 1680 - 12 January 1734/35)
     Isott Curry was born say 1680 in Devon.
     Isott Curry married John Leach on 18 May 1701 in Chagford, Devon. John Leach & Isot Curry were married..
     Isott was buried on 12 January 1734/35 in Chagford, Devon.

Children of Isott Curry and John Leach

James Curry

     James Curry was born in Ixworth, Suffolk. James was a wheelwright, Ixworth, Suffolk, England.
     James Curry married Elizabeth Bullett, daughter of John Bullett and Frances Wilkin, on 4 June 1796 in Ixworth, Suffolk.

Muriel Gwendoline Curry

(15 December 1918 - )
     Muriel was a sales clerk. She was born on 15 December 1918 in Moncton, New Brunswick, Canada.