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Peter Cummings (c1859)

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Peter Cummings was born circa 1860 in Doniphan County, Kansas to John Cummins (1821-1896) and Caroline Arabell Hooper (c1850-) . He married L B (c1866-) . Notable ancestors include Charlemagne (747-814), Hugh Capet (c940-996), Rurik (c832-879), William I of England (1027-1087), Henry II of England (1133-1189), Alfred the Great (849-899). Ancestors are from the United States, England, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, Russia, Ukraine, Belgium, the Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Italy.



Children


Offspring of Peter Cummings and L B (c1866-)
Name Birth Death Joined with
Rosa E Cummings (c1882-)
Hattie Cummings (c1889-)
Devin Cummings, (c1891-)
Bertha J Cummings (c1893-)
Vertie Cummings (c1895-)

Public Records

    • 1895 - Osawatomie, Miami County, Kansas
      • Peter Cummings, 37 KS
      • L B Cummings, 29 KS
      • Rosa Cummings, 8 KS
      • Hattie Cummings, 6 KS
      • Devin Cummings, 4 KS
      • Bertha Cummings, 2 KS
      • Bertis Cummings, 1 KS
    • 1910 - Magee, Yuma County, Colorado
      1. 265
      • Peter Cummings, 49 KS, farmer
      • Bertha J Cummings, 17 KS
      • Vertie Cummings, 15 KS, farm laborer
    • 269
      • Henry H Cummings, 30 KS, farmer
      • Sarah E Cummings, 36 KS, married 4 years, no children
    • 1920 - Magee, Yuma County, Colorado #33
      • Robert M Terrell, 33 KS, farm laborer
      • Rosa E Terrell, 33 KS
      • Alice Belle Terrell, 12 KS
      • Edith M Terrell, 11 KS
      • Elsie E Terrell, 9 KS
      • Marion R Terrell, 7 KS
      • Roy O Terrell, 4 4/12 KS
      • Alberta P Terell, 1 8/12 CO
      • Peter Cummings, 67 KS, father-in-law
      • Bertie Cummings, 25 KS


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