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Edward de Cunynghame of Kilmaurs MP (c.1245 - 1292)

Cunningham History The name Cunningham, which according to some may signify “courage in battle,” could have come from “Cunedda” who was a king of the “Gododdin,” a Celtic branch of Britons known by...

Hervey de Cunynghame of Kilmaurs MP (c.1205 - 1264)

Cunningham History The name Cunningham, which according to some may signify “courage in battle,” could have come from “Cunedda” who was a king of the “Gododdin,” a Celtic branch of Britons known by...

Robert de Cunynghame of Kilmaurs MP (c.1300 - c.1335)

Sir Robert de Cuninghame of Kilmaurs; swore fealty to Edward I (probably 1296) but later supported Robert I The Bruce who granted him as tentant-in-chief of the Crown the lands of Lambrachtoun and Grug...

William de Cunynghame of Kilmaurs MP (c.1225 - 1285)

Cunningham History The name Cunningham, which according to some may signify “courage in battle,” could have come from “Cunedda” who was a king of the “Gododdin,” a Celtic branch of Britons known by...

Archibald de Cunynghame, of West Barns MP (b. - 1399)

Edward de Cunynghame MP (deceased)

Edward de Cunynghame, of Kilmaurs MP (b. - 1285)

Gilbert de Cunynghame MP (deceased)

Gilbert de Cunynghame, of Kilmaurs MP (b. - 1292)

Hervey de Cunynghame MP (deceased)

Hervey de Cunynghame, of Kilmaurs MP (b. - c.1263)

Maude de Cunynghame MP (deceased)

Nigel de Cunynghame, of West Barns MP (b. - 1371)

NN de Cunynghame MP (b. - c.1430)

NN de Cunynghame, of West Barns MP (b. - c.1460)

Richard de Cunynghame, of Kilmaurs MP (b. - 1210)

Robert de Cunynghame MP (deceased)

Robert de Cunynghame MP (deceased)

Robert de Cunynghame MP (deceased)

Robert de Cunynghame, of Kilmaurs MP (b. - 1188)

Robert de Cunynghame, of Kilmaurs MP (deceased)

Robert de Cunynghame, of Kilmaurs MP (deceased)

Unknown de Cunynghame MP (1305 - d.)

Warnebald de Cunynghame MP (deceased)

Wernebald de Cunynghame, of Kilmaurs, Kilmarnock, Ayrshire MP (deceased)

William de Cunynghame MP (deceased)