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375. Jennie W.8Cunningham (Tennessee7Sims, John Dabney6, John5, William4, Bruster3, Edward2, William1), was born 12 April 1872, Ellis County, Texas, died 5 May 1925, buried Bethel Cemetery, Ellis County, Texas.[2850] She never married.

Jennie took many trips with her cousins and her sister Mollie McCartney. In July 1905, Mrs. J. C. Siddons of Paris and Miss Jennie Cunningham of our city were on the Rock Island train that was wrecked in Kansas. They were delayed several days on account of Mrs. Siddons’ injuries. They were on their way to California on a visit.[2851] Mrs. J. C. Siddons was Luella Sims, daughter of Wilson Dabney Sims.

Jennie Cunningham lived in Waxahachie, Ellis County, Texas, in 1920. Her niece, Mittie Edmondson Hastings, and Mittie’s husband and son, lived with her in 1920.[2852]

[2850] Tombstone photograph, Bethel Cemetery, Ellis County, Texas. Jennie W. Cunningham, born 12 April 1872, died 5 May 1925.

[2851] Waxahachie Mirror, Waxahachie, Texas, 27 July 1905.

[2852] 1920 U.S. Census, Ellis County, Texas, S.D. 5, E.D. 122, Sheet 3A, Waxahachie. Jenny Cunningham, age 47, single, born Texas Tenn. Miss.; Miles E. Hastings, boarder, age 32, mar, born Texas Tenn. Miss., physician; Mittie Hastings, boarder, age 28, mar, born Texas Tenn. Texas; Miles E. Hastings, Jr., age 2/12. All white.

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