George Philip Cummings Pedigree

(Start at generation 4, below.)



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Origin of the surname “Cummings:”


In this case, Cummings was adopted as a surname about 1849 by Timothy Vient, generation 6, below, whose ancestors were from French speaking Canada.






7   (?) Vient


1. Biographical notes:


Born .  Died .


2. Wife: (?)


Born .  Died .


3. Children: (order & number uncertain)


a. Timothy Vient: See generation 6, below.




6   Timothy (Vient) Cummings


1. Biographical notes:


Born 27 February 1835.  Died 1 June 1913.  Changed his surname from Vient to Cummings about 1849 to avoid discrimination being experienced by people with French Canadian ancestry.


2. Wife: Zoe Caissy


Born 2 January 1840.  Died 2 April 1912.


3. Children: (order & number uncertain)


a. Eugene A. Cummings: See generation 5, below.




5   Eugene A. Cummings


1. Biographical notes:


Born 2 June 1864 at Rensselaer, Rensselaer County (along the Hudson River), New York.  Died 4 August 1927 at (perhaps) Keeseville, Clinton County, New York.


2. Wife: Margaret M. Miner


Born 24 February 1872 at Keeseville, Clinton County, New York.  Died there 28 August 1927.


3. Children: (7 total)


a. Child: No children.


b. Child: No children.


c. Child: No children.


d. Child: No children.


e. Child: No children.


f. Child: No children.


g. George Philip Cummings: See generation 4, below.


4   George Philip Cummings:


Born 4 December 1909 at Keeseville, Clinton County, New York.  Died there 27 September 1981.  Married Vivian Arlene Waful, paragraph 3.g.(1. of generation 4 of the Waful Annex on 30 August 1934.



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