| Isaac Cunningham|
EARLY DAYS IN GREENBUSH
Isaac Cunningham was born in Kentucky, July 10, 1815. In his boyhood days he went to the state of Indiana, where in 1838, he was married to Miss Sarah James. He came to Greenbush, Illinois, in 1841, and moved to Fulton county, Illinois, in 1850; was in the mercantile business at Avon for fifteen years. He filled the offices of supervisor, collector, and constable, and was at the time of his death deputy sheriff of Fulton county. He died of heart disease and seemed to be as well as usual the day before his death, which occurred at Avon, Illinois, April 19, 1872. He had no children. In politics he was a democrat.