The Augusta Cemetery Family Trees

Seymour CunninghamAge: 14 years18621877

Name
Seymour Cunningham
Given names
Seymour
Surname
Cunningham
Note: Visit Seymour's page on the Augusta Cemetery website: http://www.augustacemetery-ohio.com/Residents/C/Cunningham-Seymour/Cunningham-Seymour.htm
Birth November 24, 1862 25 28
Birth of a brotherClement V (Vallandigham?) Cunningham
October 4, 1864 (Age 22 months)
Death of a paternal grandfatherSuttan Cunningham
October 17, 1866 (Age 3 years)
Birth of a brotherClifton Cunningham
February 19, 1867 (Age 4 years)
Birth of a sisterFlorella Cunningham
May 3, 1869 (Age 6 years)
Citation details: Page 106
Text:
CUNNINGHAM, Alexander and Barbara Isabelle COX of Augusta Tp 1869 May 3 Florella bk.1 p.37 #166.9 1871 Sep 24 Jane Florence bk.1 p.56 #11.1 1874 Feb 24 Leonard Wilson bk.1 p.81 #86.6
Census July 9, 1870 (Age 7 years)
Citation details: Page 10
Text:
ALEX CUNNINGHAM, Age 34, Farmer, Value of Real Estate - 1800, Value of Personal Estate - 1100, Born Ohio ISABEL CUNNINGHAM, Age 36, Keeps house, Born Ohio SUTTON CUNNINGHAM, Age 11, At home, Born Ohio, Attended school within the year MARY E. CUNNINGHAM, Age 9, At home, Born Ohio, Attended school within the year SEYMOUR CUNNINGHAM, Age 7, At home, Born Ohio, Attended school within the year CLEMENT CUNNINGHAM, Age 5, At home, Born Ohio CLIFTON CUNNINGHAM, Age 3, At home, Born Ohio FLORELLA CUNNINGHAM, Age 1, At home, Born Ohio
Birth of a sisterJane Florence “Jennie” Cunningham
September 24, 1871 (Age 8 years)
Citation details: Page 106
Text:
CUNNINGHAM, Alexander and Barbara Isabelle COX of Augusta Tp 1869 May 3 Florella bk.1 p.37 #166.9 1871 Sep 24 Jane Florence bk.1 p.56 #11.1 1874 Feb 24 Leonard Wilson bk.1 p.81 #86.6
Birth of a brotherLeonard Wilson Cunningham
February 24, 1874 (Age 11 years)
Citation details: Page 106
Text:
CUNNINGHAM, Alexander and Barbara Isabelle COX of Augusta Tp 1869 May 3 Florella bk.1 p.37 #166.9 1871 Sep 24 Jane Florence bk.1 p.56 #11.1 1874 Feb 24 Leonard Wilson bk.1 p.81 #86.6
Death of a maternal grandmotherMary Smith
1875 (Age 12 years)
Publication: J. H. Beers & Company 1891
Citation details: Pages 975-976
Text:
His widow passed her last days at the home of her son, Isaac W., an died in 1875.
Death August 10, 1877 (Age 14 years)
Cause of death: Accident
Citation details: Book 1 Page 75
Text:
CUNNINGHAM, Seymore - d. 1877 Aug 10 of accident in Augusta, 14y 8m 17d.
Burial August 12, 1877 (2 days after death)
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father
mother
Marriage: December 24, 1857Carroll County, Ohio
11 months
elder brother
20 months
elder sister
2 years
himself
22 months
younger brother
Clement V (Vallandigham?) Cunningham
Birth: October 4, 1864 27 30Augusta, Carroll, Ohio, USA
Death: August 3, 1939Cincinnati, Hamilton, Ohio, USA
2 years
younger brother
2 years
younger sister
2 years
younger sister
2 years
younger brother

BirthTombstone - Augusta Cemetery
CensusCensus, Federal, 1870
Citation details: Page 10
Text:
ALEX CUNNINGHAM, Age 34, Farmer, Value of Real Estate - 1800, Value of Personal Estate - 1100, Born Ohio ISABEL CUNNINGHAM, Age 36, Keeps house, Born Ohio SUTTON CUNNINGHAM, Age 11, At home, Born Ohio, Attended school within the year MARY E. CUNNINGHAM, Age 9, At home, Born Ohio, Attended school within the year SEYMOUR CUNNINGHAM, Age 7, At home, Born Ohio, Attended school within the year CLEMENT CUNNINGHAM, Age 5, At home, Born Ohio CLIFTON CUNNINGHAM, Age 3, At home, Born Ohio FLORELLA CUNNINGHAM, Age 1, At home, Born Ohio
DeathCarroll County, Ohio Death Records
Citation details: Book 1 Page 75
Text:
CUNNINGHAM, Seymore - d. 1877 Aug 10 of accident in Augusta, 14y 8m 17d.
NoteObituary
Citation details: Carroll Chronicle
Date of entry in original source: August 17, 1877
Name
Note
BOY KILLED INSTANTLY During the harvest season which has just closed we have heard of no serious accidents happening in this county or near neighborhood, except the killing of Seymour Cunningham, which is one of the saddest afflictions that has befallen any of our citizens for a long time.  The young man was driving a wagon loaded with sheaf oats, and while the wagon going down grade to cross a swamp or gully, the boy slid forward and fell behind the off-horse, the wagon-wheel passing over and crushing the top of his head.  The unfortunate young man never breathed or struggled after the fatal accident.  Mr. Alex Cunningham, the father of the ill-fated boy, was near by at the time.  The age of the young man was about 14 years and 8 months.  The remains were interred in Augusta Sunday last.