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Historic Sites of Manitoba: Cunningham House (750 Fourteenth Street, Brandon)

This one-storey brick residence on Fourteenth Street in Brandon was constructed in 1916 for Mrs. Syllinda T. Cunningham (1863-1952) and her family. They resided here for ten years. Subsequent occupants included Earl Edwin Logan (1891-1959) of the Wheat City Business College, Charles Frederick Peavoy (1895-1975) of the Metropolitan Life Insurance Company, and agricultural implements dealer Frank Hill Lawson (1890-1964).

Cunningham House

Cunningham House (March 2021)
Source: George Penner

Site Coordinates (lat/long): N49.83795, W99.95728
denoted by symbol on the map above


Marriage registration [Earl Edwin Logan], Manitoba Vital Statistics.

“Charles F. Peavoy of Metropolitan Life to go to Edmonton branch,” Brandon Sun, 26 November 1935, page 10.

750 14th Street, Heritage Brandon.

Burial transcriptions, Brandon Cemetery.

Charles Frederick Peavoy (1895-1975), Ancestry.

This page was prepared by Gordon Goldsborough and George Penner.

Page revised: 17 July 2021

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