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The Cummins Family

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A William Cummins was born on 21st July, 1807, he married Mary, born 3rd June, 1804, on 29th December, 1829.

They had five children:

The third child, William, married unknown, had at least 2 children:

William James Cummins was born in Staveley, Derbyshire, he married Jane Atkinson on the 17th May, 1880 at Eckington.

William and Jane Cummins

He started work when he was 11, and a year later, was working down the pit. In 1891, they moved to Treeton where he worked at the coal face for three years and then as a deputy until his retirement at the age of 72.

William and Mary lived at 13 Rother Crescent, their children were :

William and Jane Cummins with family

John William Cummins and Jessie Walker (born 3rd June, 1886 at Treeton), married on 25th December, 1905 at Treeton. Before moving to Front Street, they lived at Jackson's Farm He was the local Dairyman. Chairman of Old Folk's Treats Committee, formed in 1923; Chairman of Treeton Parish Council in 1926. Their children were:

Notes: in the IGI Index a William Cumings and Sarah were the parents of an Emma Cumings who was christened on 06 MAY 1848 at Eckington, Derby.
1901 census - William Cummins aged 42 born Derby Staveley, W Riding Of York Lived in Treeton employed as a Colliery Deputy

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