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dc.contributor.authorAdams, Anne
dc.descriptionThe Griffiths Family history began in Wales. Extensive research was done by Margaret Cunningham regarding her ancestors. Interviews were conducted and subsequently, photographs and information were passed on from generation to generation. Margaret Cunningham maintained a connection to relatives through correspondence. Information on the DeCew/DeCou house is included. The house belonged to the Griffiths Family. The Cunningham Family immigrated from Ireland. They were descendants of James Cunningham and Anne Switzer. The Cunninghams were part of the Peter Robinson settlers. They were said to be among the first white settlers in Ops Township, Ontario. Laurence Dunbar Cunningham served in World War I. His correspondence details his day to day life as a soldier. Gwladys Griffiths and Laurence Cunningham married on October 1, 1925. Laurence and Gwladys both attended Linlahr Sanitorium in Illinois as students. Laurence became a chiropractic doctor, dietetic specialist and itinerant healer. The Cunninghams were very involved in the Farmer’s Co-operative and the New Democratic Party.en_US
dc.description.abstractFamily records comprised of correspondence, clippings, photographs, postcards and other items pertaining to the Griffiths and Cunningham Families.en_US
dc.subjectGriffiths -- Cunningham -- DeCou -- DeCew -- Wales -- Ireland -- Switzer -- Peter Robinson -- Ops -- World War I -- Farmer's Co-operative -- N.D.P.en_US
dc.titleGriffiths/Cunningham Family Fonds, 1667-2013, n.d. (non-inclusive)en_US

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