Preserving Our Past for Future Generations

Pioneer Robert Cunningham’s home, located directly behind the Hembree House, is the oldest existing wood-frame residence in Windsor, California, and possibly the oldest in Sonoma County. Cunningham family history and historic documents date the home to approximately 1850, immediately after Robert Cunningham arrived in the Russian River Township. Cunningham built the home in preparation for the arrival of his wife, Isabella, and daughter, Mary Jane, in 1852. Windsor Historical Society is in the process of raising funds to restore the Cunningham House. Other early settlers to the Windsor area include Tom and Ike Smith; J.W. Calhoun; John Prewett, who became the first schoolmaster in 1853; James Campbell; H.J. Pool; James Brooks, a hunter and trapper; L. Slusser; and the Chitwood Brothers. In 1852 and 1853 new arrivals J.W. Yates, Henry White, RT Mitchell, Alexander Wilson, and George Brumfield settled in.

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