Roy Cunningham. |
Sylvia Diane Cunningham was born on Mar 25 1990 in Germany. Parents: Darren Wade Cunningham and Claudia Christina Carter Cunningham.
Toni Leigh Phelps Cunningham was born on Dec 3 1969 in Idaho?.
She was married to Vachel IIams in 1791 in Rowan County, North Carolina.
She was married to Barber Lewis Nail on Jan 29 1885.
Sarah Sall Current
Children were: James Azariah Gatton .
J.H. Curtis. BIOGRAPHY
Michelena Nancy Cusano was born in 1921.
Zola Marie Cushman was born on Jan 9 1938 in Danville, Vermilion County, Illinois.
She was married to Fredric Dale Booe on Jan 23 1957 in Veedersburg, Fountain County, Indiana.
Annie Cuthrell was born in 1920. Parents: Martin F. Cuthrell and Luca Unknown.
Camillen Cuthrell was born in 1898. Parents: Martin F. Cuthrell and Luca Unknown.
Martin F. Cuthrell was born in 1854.
George d'Arlier was born in 1891. He died in 1980. He was buried in 1980. BIOGRAPHY
The d'Arlier house at 405 North Mill Street was designed to bring the
world in. Built by an architect from the studio of renowned architect
Frank Lloyd Wright, the prairie style home is physically tied to the
outside by a sprawling sun porch and an arrangement of stained glass
windows, both signature trademarks of Wright's famous work.
The house at 405 North Mill Street originally belonged to the BOOE
Family, who in the early 1900s, owned and operated a railroad hotel in
Veedersburg. Struggling financially, Tilghman "Til" BOOE and his wife
traded their land for land across the state line in Illinois. Just as
the redemption period was about to run out on the land, which was in
the process of being foreclosed, the BOOES struck oil.
In 1909, with their newfound fortune, the BOOES built what was
considered to be the finest home in the area. The BOOES contacted
Frank Llyod Wright when they were trying to hire an architecthe asked
a colleague to take it.
Owner George d'Arlier took the unifying designs to heart, using
culture and art to figuratively connect his small town to the world.
Each time he left Fountain County to travel overseas, he returned home
with masterpieces from the places he had visited. He covered the
walls with bits of the world and often invited the public to view his
The story of how d'Arlier ended up in Veedersburg reads like a fairy
tale. Originally from Monto Carlo and having lived in all parts of
France, Argentina and Brazil, d'Arlier, who became a US citizen in
1926, was the grandson of a count and the son of a colonel in the
Prince of Monaco's private guard.
D'Arlier learned to speak seven languages. He worked as an
international art dealer in New York City. D'Arlier was commissioned
by the U.S. States government to go to Europe after World War II and
identify famous paintings, which had been removed from museums by the
Nazis. D'Arlier found one painting on Adolph Hilter's personal desk.
Around 1950, d'Arlier presented an art lecture to visitors at a
popular resort in Hot Springs, Ark. One of those visitors was Sina
BOOE from Veedersburg. On Feb 20, 1951 d'Arlier and Sina BOOE were
married. Soon thereafter the couple returned to the BOOE family home
located at 405 North Mill Street.
George d'Arlier 81 one years old was brought out of retirement to
repair the Mona Lisa Painting for an amount so considerable he refused
to discuss it. As the museum's armed guards watched over the famous
portrait, d'Arlier created an unusual baked paint mixture, which he
carefully pressed on with his thumbs, declining to use a brush for
fear of further damaging the painting. He called the project "a once
in a lifetime mission. The conclusion of a career with such glory as
I have ever anticipated. I shall remember it until my dying day".
Even in death, d'Arlier assured the home at 405 North Mill Street
would remain true to its form. His 1980 last will and testament
requested the house be used to bring outsider's in. "It is my wish
that my home be used as a cultural and educational center for the
benefit of Veedersburg and the surrounding area. It is my wish that
the center be used partially to house a librarybut hope and trust
that it can be used as a broader cultural and learning center,
including, but not limited to sculpture, architecture, painting and
Nearly twenty years later d'Arlier is having his dying wish fulfilled.
The Article ran in Indiana in The Neighbor Newspaper on Wednesday June
23 and 30, 1999.
He was married to Mary Sina Booe on Feb 20 1951 in Ark..
Matilda F. Dalton
Children were: Ellen Scales Black .
Thornton Preston Dalton.
Arnold Dancy. Parents: Com Dancy and Nettie Perry.
Christine Dancy. Parents: Com Dancy and Nettie Perry.
Children were: Debbie Unknown .
Com Dancy .
Onnie Dancy. Parents: Com Dancy and Nettie Perry.
Silas Dancy. Parents: Com Dancy and Nettie Perry.
LaVona Daniel was born about 1920. She died on Apr 27 1977 in Atlanta Nebraska. She was buried in Nebraska.
John Erle Daniels.
Susannah Daniels died on Feb 21 1819 in Lunenburg Co., Va.
Alpha Danner. Parents: Robert Lee Danner and Mary Ella Harris.
Anna Danner. Parents: Robert Lee Danner and Mary Ella Harris.
Dietz Danner. Parents: Robert Lee Danner and Mary Ella Harris.
Eli Danner was born in 1834. Parents: Jacob Danner and Sarah Allen.
Elva Danner Parents: Robert Lee Danner and Mary Ella Harris.
Elvina Danner. Parents: Frederick Danner and Elizabeth Bettie Reavis.
Emma Elizabeth Danner was born on Mar 22 1900. She died on Feb 2 1987. Parents: James Noah Danner and Sarah Elizabeth "Betty" Booe.
Flossie Beatrice Danner was born on Jun 20 1891. She was buried in Jun 1895 in Davie County, North Carolina. She died on Jun 17 1895 in Davie County, North Carolina. Parents: James Noah Danner and Sarah Elizabeth "Betty" Booe.
Frederick Danner BIOGRAPHY
Information on this family from Davie County Heritage, article 653, by
Jacob Danner Sr. immigrated on the Phoenix to Philadelphia on March
2, 1752. He is credited with sons Jacob, Frederick, George and
Samuel; his wife's name is not known. Frederick was a
Revolutionary War veteran and was pensioned. He and Katherine lived
on Harmons Creek in what is now Yadkin County, North Carolina. This
article lists nine children, of whom Jacob, who settled in Davie
County in the Farmington area, was the eighth.
Children were: Jacob Danner.
Frederick Danner was born in 1821 in North Carolina. He died in 1913. Parents: Jacob Danner and Sarah Allen.
He was married to Elizabeth Bettie Reavis in 1840. Children were: Elvina Danner, James Noah Danner, Richmond Danner, Luvena Danner, Martha Elizabeth Danner, Frederick Eccau (Ece) Danner, Jacob Asbury (Berry) Danner, Jennie Danner.
Frederick Eccau (Ece) Danner was born in 1863. He died in 1951. Parents: Frederick Danner and Elizabeth Bettie Reavis .
Jacob Danner was born about 1795 in Surry County, North Carolina. He died in 1884. He was buried in 1884 in Davie County, North Carolina. Parents: Frederick Danner and Katherine Shermer.
Jacob Asbury (Berry) Danner was born in 1865. He died in 1950. Parents: Frederick Danner and Elizabeth Bettie Reavis .
James Harvey Danner was born on Aug 28 1885. He was buried in Jun 1968 in Conway. He died on Jun 27 1968. BIOGRAPHY
Methodist Minister in the S. C. conference in the Methodist Church. Parents: James Noah Danner and Sarah Elizabeth "Betty" Booe.
He was married to Pearl Elizabeth Delk in 1909.
He was married to Virginia Hutchins in 1953.
James Noah Danner was born on May 14 1851 in North Carolina. He was buried in Nov 1903 in Rowan County, North Carolina. He died on Nov 5 1903 in Rowan County, North Carolina. BIOGRAPHY
Noah was a quiet, easygoing man, who was not concerned over material
wealth. Parents: Frederick Danner and Elizabeth Bettie Reavis.
He was married to Sarah Elizabeth "Betty" Booe in 1872. Children were: Rachel Louisa Danner, Mary Viloa Danner, John Esasis Danner, Rev. Samuel Winfeld Danner , Robert Lee Danner, James Harvey Danner, Flossie Beatrice Danner, Emma Elizabeth Danner.
Jennie Danner was born in 1874. Parents: Frederick Danner and Elizabeth Bettie Reavis.
John Esasis Danner died in 1878 in Rowan County, North Carolina. He was buried in 1878 in Rowan County, North Carolina. He was born on May 3 1878. Parents: James Noah Danner and Sarah Elizabeth "Betty" Booe.
Lena Danner Parents: Robert Lee Danner and Mary Ella Harris.
Lester Danner. Parents: Robert Lee Danner and Mary Ella Harris.
Luvena Danner was born in 1856 in North Carolina. Parents: Frederick Danner and Elizabeth Bettie Reavis .
Martha Elizabeth Danner was born in 1859 in North Carolina. Parents: Frederick Danner and Elizabeth Bettie Reavis .
Mary Danner was born in 1839. Parents: Jacob Danner and Sarah Allen.
Mary Viloa Danner was born on Nov 16 1876. She died on May 9 1934. Parents: James Noah Danner and Sarah Elizabeth "Betty" Booe.