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or Patrick Cunningham.FTW
Fanny Cunningham Wade or Hannah as she was sometimes called, was born in Newark, Ill. on Feb. 8, 1836. Her father Patrick Cunningham and her mother, Hannah Hollenback were married in Kendall county, Illinois. They had seven children including Fanny. The others were named Mary, John, Rachel, George, William, and Jennie. Mary, the oldest was deaf and dumb. She lived in Lovejoy, Ill., a small place out of Sheffield. Lovejoy is now extinct and covered by farmland. The youngest, Jennie married a man named Johnathan Shade. One of the other boys were scouts and both were killed by Indians. Alexander Wades son Guy lived with his deaf and dumb aunt for a long time when he was a boy
Fanny was a writer. It was said that she wrote short stories for magazines. She
died at the early age of 54, without having the opportunity to know her grandchildren.
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