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251 1 - X. SIR WILLIAM CUNINGHAME of Glengarnock, married, about 1480, Mary, daughter of Sir William Edmonston of Duntreath.
Issue:-
1. Patrick
2. Thomas
3. William

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2 - Stirnet Edmonstone1 and Duntreath Muniments, section 2/1, no. 10: 3 March 1465 show that Mary married Sir Williams son Humphrey. 
CUNINGHAME, Sir William of Glengarnock (I38988)
 
252 1 - XIV. WILLIAM CUNINGHAME of Glengarnock, who was slain at Pinkie, was probably the son of the foregoing [Humphrey]. He married Elizabeth, daughter of Lord Saint-Clair.
Issue:-
1. John, who succeeded.
2. William, who died intestate before his father. The inventory of his effects was confirmed before the Commissary Court of Glasgow, on the 5th of January 1547. He is styled in that document "Will. Conynghame, filii quond. nobilis viri Willmi. Conynghame de Glengarnok." His executors dative were Isabella, Johanna, and Agnes Cuninghame, "sorrores legittime."
3. Cuthbert
4. Alexander
1. Elizabeth, married to Alexander Schaw of Sauchie, who died before 1547.
2. Isobel, married to William Porterfield, younger of that Ilk, in 1506. [SB-1560]
3. Margaret, married to John Blair of that Ilk.
4. Johanna.
5. Agnes.


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CUNNINGHAM, Sir William of Glengarnock (I800)
 
253 1 Apr 1930, Clairton, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, in her brother Jesse's household at 823 Sixth Street VANCE, Jennie (I20268)
 
254 1 Apr 1930, Clairton, Allegheny County, Pennsylvania, with his parents and sister at 823 Sixth Street VANCE, Lawrence W. (I20266)
 
255 1 Apr 1930, Star Junction, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with her parents and siblings, the family home VANCE, Violette (I20279)
 
256 1 Apr 1930, Star Junction, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with her parents and siblings, the family home VANCE, Thelma (I20278)
 
257 1 c
Source 
VANCE, Douglas (I24032)
 
258 1 c VANCE, Stephen (I24086)
 
259 1 c VANCE, Ernest (I24085)
 
260 1 c MACBERRY, Josie (I14571)
 
261 1 Feb 1918 signed an engagement agreement with Lewis Laugharne Morgan, who then wrote several endearing letters with charming watercolours and drawings, including of his artificial limb, which they called Miss Arabella Gibbs. He had lost his right leg in action in 1917, but joined up again in Mar 1918, this time as Lieutenant with 50 Squadron in Bekesbourne, Kent, where he however died on 26 Apr 1918 in an accident. Molly kept these letters and sketches her whole life.

Actress. Taught theatre at the Guildhall in London.

1931 Appeared in "The Barretts of Wimpole-St." by Rudolf Besier at the Queen's Theatre, with Gwen Ffrangeon-Davies, Wilfrid Caithness, Ion Swinley & Joan Barry , & with Daphne Heard, Cedric Hardwicke, Ion Swinley & Joan Barry . "London's longest run."

When she married Guy, a divorcee, her father disowned her; they were short of money and she even pawned her wedding ring, never to redeem it. The rejection was temporary, however. She met Nan, Guy's first wife, whom she thought nice. When he left for Hilda, she went to her to beg for him back, as she related later. She kept the name Shannon.

Rented 92 Prince of Wales Rd, Battersea, tel. Cawley 3980, 4 bedrooms. Nursemaid Mary Murphy b. Ireland. Married a Mr. Denny of 44 Fermoy Rd, London W9, and left service. Molly sent cash for Christmas every year, and after her death her son continued until contact was lost.

WWII. Served in London driving ambulances during the Blitz. Because of the stress she resigned without permission -- the final straw was driving around with a corpse looking for a mortuary with a vacancy, while the bombs were falling all around. Joined the Land Army , living with Mary Canning in a caravan with no running water, freezing in winter.

1 Nov [1941] letter from her parents to her brother. Her work has moved from Huntingdon to Godalming [Surrey]. "Molly does not seem to be able to get 'digs' very easily, as she is staying at Mary Canning's sister's [Edith Struthers] for the time being while still looking around. She has run across Sybil Eulick[?], who lives in that neighbourhood & was going to cocktails one day last week. Sybil has a delightful home. Molly has also met one of her studio friends who is living that way, so it seems she will not be so lonely socially, & with sister-in-law [Molly Shannon] at Wonerch [sic] Park [Wonersh, Surrey]. But Molly is disappointed she is not tractor driving yet, but while waiting for tractors, they are loading lorries, with agricultural produce, which Italian prisoners are working on, under guard, she says they seem perfectly happy, with smiling faces."

1 Aug 1945 first night of a play at the Phoenix Theatre, London.

After the war, moved back to Battersea this time 85 Prince of Wales Rd, even bigger than no. 92.

1951 proved the will of her father, Mary Olive Shannon of 85 Overstrand Mansions, Battersea, London, single woman.

Obituary in the Bucks Free Press 10 Jul 1992. "Well-known Bledlow villager Molly Shannon, who acted on the stage with Flora Robson and Robert Donat, has died at the age of [almost] 86. ¬∂Molly was born in Walthamstow, London, where she was educated and then moved on to drama school before getting work on the stage. She married in the early 1930s. ¬∂She joined the London Ambulance Service during the Second World War, and it was after the first blitz she met her long time friend and companion Mary Canning. ¬∂The two stuck to each other throughout the war and joined the Women's Land Army together. ¬∂She never lost her enthusiasm for the stage while Britain was at war, and produced plays at Guildford while she was with the Land Army. Most of the town went to her plays. ¬∂The two friends moved to Bledlow more than 30 years ago, and since that time Molly had become a well-loved member of the village. ¬∂Molly, an active member of the local Women's Institute and a member of the Parochial Church Council, produced many plays while she was in the village. ¬∂She died on May 28, while she was living in a nursing home in Chinnor, and is survived by two grandsons. A service was held in Holy Trinity Church at Bledlow." 
LEUW, Mary Olive (I27146)
 
262 1 JAN 1799 Family F14054
 
263 1 JAN 1804 GRIFFITH, Rev. Levi (I18442)
 
264 1 JAN 1827 Family F13583
 
265 1 JAN 1835 Family F13553
 
266 1 JAN 1850, His place of birth has also been found as Ohio. NATION, Francis Marion (I20007)
 
267 1 JAN 1859 Family F13636
 
268 1 JAN 1875 ALLEN, Ina M. (I20013)
 
269 1 JAN 1875 Family F14033
 
270 1 JAN 1876 Family F13561
 
271 1 JAN 1877 NATION, Maude (I20014)
 
272 1 JAN 1878 NATION, Guy (I20015)
 
273 1 JAN 1879 NATION, Maude (I20014)
 
274 1 JAN 1880, He was reportedly adopted out following the death of his mother, but no details are known. NATION, Guy (I20015)
 
275 1 JAN 1881 VANCE, Rev. Davis (I18449)
 
276 1 JAN 1881 Family F13558
 
277 1 JAN 1881 Family F13594
 
278 1 JAN 1884 VANCE, Margaret (I19833)
 
279 1 JAN 1884 VANCE, Matilda Frances (I16158)
 
280 1 JAN 1885 Family F13624
 
281 1 JAN 1886 VANCE, Mintun J. (I358)
 
282 1 JAN 1889 FOUCH, Elizabeth (I18461)
 
283 1 JAN 1889, It might be interesting to note that her gravestone shows her date of birth, but no date of death. FOUCH, Elizabeth (I18461)
 
284 1 JAN 1890 Family F13667
 
285 1 JAN 1891 Family F14020
 
286 1 JAN 1900 MOORE, Hannah (I18601)
 
287 1 JAN 1900 Family F14045
 
288 1 JAN 1900, Have also found a year of birth of 1889. MOORE, Hannah (I18601)
 
289 1 JAN 1905 Family F13563
 
290 1 JAN 1910 Family F13612
 
291 1 JAN 1920 LEMON, Walter (I20024)
 
292 1 JAN 1920 NATION, Mary Frances (I20019)
 
293 1 Jan 1920, Jefferson Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with her parents and brother, home
1 Apr 1930, Redstone Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with her parents and siblings, the family home 
VANCE, Helen Bell (I20215)
 
294 1 Jan 1920, Jefferson Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with his parents and sister, home
1 Apr 1930, Redstone Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with his parents and siblings, the family home
bef 18 Sep 2007, Uniontown, Fayette County, Pennsylvania 
VANCE, MSgt. William Ellis USA (I20216)
 
295 1 Jan 1920, Perry Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with her parents and siblings, the family home VANCE, Ellis Ray (I20274)
 
296 1 Jan 1920, Perry Township, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with his parents, the family home
1 Apr 1930, Star Junction, Fayette County, Pennsylvania, with his parents and siblings, the family home 
VANCE, George E. (I20277)
 
297 1 Jan 1920, Pittsburg, Crawford County, Kansas, with his parents at 812 West Euclid Street
1 Apr 1930, Pittsburg, Crawford County, Kansas, with his parents at 812 West Euclid Street 
NATION, Hadley Gould (I20010)
 
298 1 Jan 1920, Pittsburg, Crawford County, Kansas, with his parents at 812 West Euclid Street NATION, Robert William (I20022)
 
299 1 Jan 1925, Buffalo
1920, Buffalo, Scott, Iowa 
VANCE, Eugene Neil (I17675)
 
300 1 Jan 1925, Buffalo THOMPSON, Martha Mattie (I17599)
 

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