Marriage announcement between George A. Cunningham of Alabama and Emma Branch of Virginia at the Washington St. M.E. Church in [Petersburg, Virginia]. Undated. Membership certificate for George A. Cunningham in the Virginia State Agricultural Society. October 22, 1875. Two incomplete notary drafts for George A. Cunningham and Emily Cunningham concerning a corporation in Georgia and Virginia, dated 1889. Letter to Emma Cunningham in Richmond, Virginia from her husband, George A. Cunningham, in which he asks her not to spend money because she is ruining the business, suggests a marriage separation, and tells of the trouble “Branch” is in with the law and financially. July 17, 1890.
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Source: Unknown, received prior to 1950..
George A. Cunningham Papers, Special Collections Research Center, Swem Library, College of William and Mary
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Transferred from an artificial collection of backlog material.