Mildred,I just discovered a post you left on the Cunningham forum at Genealogy.comIn case you had not yet gotten any further information I send you an email, but it didn't go through, so here is my post if you still need the information. The information that was posted by Donald Maxwell was information I wrote and attached to my tree at Ancestry.com after becoming frustrated with so many people who were adding a middle name to Mary Cunningham Robinson.I once sent out more than a dozen messages asking for additional information, how they had determined she had a middle name and of the half dozen to bothered to respond each and every one said they didn't have any, but had just copied the name from some other tree.
I wish I could provide you with some hard evidence on your Cunningham family, but I can't.I can point you in the right direction for research on early Quaker records though.I spent part of two days in the Quaker archives at Swarthmore College which is located on the outskirts of Philadelphia.I could have/should have spent a week.
Patrick Cunningham was the father of the sisters Mary, Ann, & Elizabeth.He also had two sons and I didn't have time to track down what happened to either of them.While I would not be surprised if they turned up in New Jersey or PA I didn't do enough research to find out one way or another.Swarthmore has an excellent collection of Quaker Records, including records from Ireland which was where I tracked Patrick and his family.
I did just enough searching to find out a little about the Elizabeth Kennisons immediate family but have nothing on them after the mention in Ann Cunningham's estate.William Kennison came from a Quaker family andI imagine he had brothers.It would be easy enough to find out, but I suspect you'd have to review a lot of meeting records to track them.It seemed that those I was searching moved around a good bit, but if they were "good" Quakers they left a lot of footprints in the form of the records kept by the meetings.