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Encyclopedia > Russell Cunningham

Russell McWhortor Cunningham (August 25, 1855June 6, 1921) was an American Democratic politician who was the acting Governor of Alabama from April 25, 1904 to March 5, 1905. He was lieutenant governor when Governor William D. Jelks fell ill and left the state for treatment, and since the Alabama Constitution requires that if the governor leave the state for more than 20 days, the lieutenant governor must act as governor until their return.

Preceded by:
William D. Jelks
Governor of Alabama
Succeeded by:
William D. Jelks

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Cunningham had verbally assailed and physically assaulted a foster child living in petitioners' home; (3) that the petitioners' home environment would be injurious to the physical and emotional well- being of the three minor children; and (4) that adoption by petitioners would not be in the best interests of the three minor children.
Cunningham had spanked her on one occasion causing her to wet the bed, and that she was then made to sleep in her wet pants and on the wet sheets; that Charlie and Danielle told her that Mr.
Cunningham had a temper and often lost his temper and sometimes cursed at the children, and that they spanked the children with their hands and with a belt, but that petitioners contended they had not done so since DSS had changed their policy to prohibit physical discipline.
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