Person:Mary Cunningham (65)

Mary Cunningham
b.est. 1725-1734
  • F.  Cunningham (add)
  1. Archibald Cunninghamest 1720-1730 -
  2. Mary Cunninghamest 1725-1734 - 1789
  3. Thomas Cunningham1734 - bef 1782
  • HCharles BerryABT 1725 - 1789
  • WMary Cunninghamest 1725-1734 - 1789
m. est. 1750
  1. Elizabeth Berrybef 1752 - 1811
  2. James Berry1757 - 1808
  3. Mary Berryest 1760-1770 -
  4. Jean Berryabt 1765/70 - aft 1789
  5. John Berry1765 - 1831
  6. Charles Berryabt 1769 - abt 1843
  7. Robert Berryest 1775/80 - aft 1830
  8. Charlotte Berryabt 1778 -
Facts and Events
Name Mary Cunningham
Gender Female
Birth? est. 1725-1734
Marriage est. 1750 prob. Augusta County, Virginiato Charles Berry
Death? 17 APR 1789 Augusta County, Virginia

Information on Mary Cunningham

Mary Cunningham was given custody of one of the daughters of Thomas Cunningham, who died in Augusta County, VA about 1782. It is very likely that Mary is a sister to this Thomas, more research is necessary to prove this relationship.

13 June 1782 Augusta County, Virginia Will Book 6, page 251 In the name of God amen I Thomas Cunningham of Augusta County and state of Virginia being weak in body but sound in memory Blessed be God do this thirteenth day of June in the year of our Lord one thousand seven hundred and eighty two make and publish this my last will and testament in manner following, that is to say first, I give and bequeath to my loving wife Elizabeth Cunningham one young bay mare three years old of the __ and __ in possession and my youngest daughter Mary I leave to her care & trust as her own also a bed of wallnut bedsteads and her thirds of the remainder of all other articles property or effects belonging to my Estate after that all expenses & debts is paid & I also bequeath to my oldest daughter Ruth Cunningham as follows seven pewter spoons two plates and a box Iron a pair of cotton cards & her mother's stript holland gown in possession & to my second daughter Sarah Cunningham I bqueath a Velvet Bonnet and Calico Bed Gown two pewter plates and the remainder as all article propertys belonging to my estate to be praised & disposed of according to Law & be divided among my wife & three children (Viz) my wife the third and my children Equal & also to my brother Archibald Cunningham I bequeat my Wearing apparel my hatt Except To my Wife also I leave my oldest daughter Ruth to the leave of James Harris & my second daughter Sarah to Mary Berry Jun & the youngest as above mentioned to my Wifes care I do also leave my Brother Archibald Cunningham & my Wife Elizabeth Executrix. I make & ordain them as before mentioned to take care & see the same performed accordingly, to my true Intent & meaning In Witness whereof I the said Thomas Cunningham have to this my last Will and Testament set my hand and seal thae day and year written Signed, sealed & delivered by the said Thomas Cunnungham as & for his last Will and Testament In the presents of us who were __ sent at the signing & sealing thereof his Thomas Cunningham mark James Berry Jacob Patton Jas. Harris Charles Berry

19 Aug 1782 Augusta County, Virginia Order Book 18, page 80 Sarah Cunningham, orphan of Charles Cunningham, to be bound to Charles Berry--and Ruth Cunningham to James Harris.