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date: 09 April 2020

Cunningham familylocked

(per. c. 1340–1631)
  • Hector L. MacQueen
  •  and John Simmons

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Cunningham family (per.c. 1340–1631), nobility, was probably descended from vassals of the Moreville family, which in the twelfth century held extensive estates in Cunningham in north Ayrshire. Cunningham became a Stewart lordship under King Robert I. The first prominent member of the ...

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