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(Tom Caulley kirkpatrickdnagroup[at]yahoo.com submitted March 22, 2013)

Looking for information on Hugh's parents and wife. Hugh was born ca 1695 in either Ireland or Scotland. He was in West Nottingham Township, Chester Co., PA as early as 1720, as was his probable brother, John (1685 - 1772). Hugh's will was written in 1766 and proven in 1768. It lists his children as

Hannah Kirkpatrick 1717 – 1772
David Kirkpatrick 1720 – 1770
Hugh Kirkpatrick 1734 – 1804
Elizabeth Kirkpatrick 1735 – 1811
Mary Kirkpatrick 1735 – 1811
William Kirkpatrick 1735 – 1782
Margaret Kirkpatrick 1740 – 1778
John Hugh Kirkpatrick 1741 – 1812

I descend from his son, John Hugh Kirkpatrick (1741-1812). Any and all help will be greatly appreciated.
(Richard Hayes RichardAHayes[at]bex.net Submitted 2 April 2013)

I am trying to find information about the parents of Addis Emmet Kilpatrick. I believe his parents were James Kilpatrick, born in NJ ca 1805 and Mary L. James was a cooper. James lived in Wheatland, Monroe County, NY at the time of the 1860 Census. In 1870 he lived in Elmwood Township, Leelanau County, MI. James died on 9 Mar 1875 in Elmwood Township, Leelanau County, MI. He is buried in the Bingham Cem.

Addis served in the Civil War with Co. E, PA 58th Infantry, mostly from Penn.
Inducted 4 Oct 1861, mustered out 7 Dec 1864. 3 year enlistment.
In Capt. Philetus M. Fuller's company.
Addis was promoted from Sergeant to 1st Sergeant, March 1, 1863; to 1st Lt., December 1, 1864; to Captain, December 3, 1864; mustedarkblue out with Company, January 24, 1866.

Addis married Sarah Mereta Silsby on 3 Mar 1866 in Leelanau County, MI. She and Addis had 8 children. Addis died on 16 Nov 1924 in Ovid, Clinton County, MI. Sarah died in the same place on 13 Apr 1933. Addis and Sarah are buried in the Maple Grove Cemetery in Ovid, Clinton County, MI.

(Sandra Kirkpatrick Brandt brandt[at]apex.net submitted 8/ May/ 2013)

My ancestor, JOHN KIRKPATRICK, was b. Jan. 20, 1785, Va. possibly/likely in Rockbridge Co. Va. I need confirming proof that John was the son of Adam and Rosanna (Dunlop) Kirkpatrick of Va.

John married Margaret Campbell (b. Rockbridge Co.Va.), Dec. 18, 1808 in Rockbridge Co. Va. and they then migrated to Liberty Twp. Adams Co. Ohio by, at least 1811. I believe this was a migration of multiple Rockbridge Co. Presbyterian families-who moved together-to establish a Presbyterian church in Adams Co. Ohio. I believe the Campbells who are found in Adams Co at this time were also part of this religious migration. John died in Decatur in 1857. Both John and Margaret are buried in the Old Decatur Cem in Decatur, Brown Co. Ohio –Decatur was formerly part of the Western portion of Adams Co. until absorbed by Brown Co.

I then descend from their son-Jackson Campbell Kirkpatrick who married Sarah Pricilla Washburn of Briar Ridge, Adams Co. and from their son-Samuel Marion Kirkpatrick who married Irene Jennie Sparks of West Union, Adams Co.-and from their son-Cleo Marion Kirkpatrick who married Ruby Marie Cross of Hamilton Co, IL.

Thank you for your assistance.

Blair LeMire lemirefh[at]gmail.com; Looking for info on Samuel (b abt 1810 in County Antrim, Northern Ireland; died bef 1870 in Ahoghill Parish, County Antrim, Northern Ireland)and William Kirkpatrick/Kilpatrick (b 20 March 1862 in Renfrewshire, Scotland; died bef 1940 in Elizabeth, New Jersey). Below is the line to my Kilpapatrick's. I don't have a lot on them right now. Also, Here's a link to my website. All that I have on this family is on my site. Take a look if you get a chance.
http://freepages.genealogy.rootsweb.ancestry.com/~lemirefh/kilpatrick/william_kilpatrick.htm Thanks
Alexander Kirkpatrick, grandson of Andrew Kirkpatrick (the immegrant) who Died 1754 near Basking Ridge, NJ
(Carol Enyeart ms_enyeart[at]WebTV.net)

My great x 5 grandfather was the immigrant Andrew Kirkpatrick who died in 1754 in or near Basking Ridge, New Jersey. He immigrated with his brother Alexander & their families in 1736 from Ireland. I am searching for info on Alexander Kirkpatrick, Andrew's grandson who was a son of 'Capt' John Kirkpatrick, son of immigrant Andrew K.

Immigrant Andrew was married to a woman by the name of Mary Minary, they had four children, namely Martha, Elizabeth, John and David. Andrew was a 'blacksmith'.

It is believed that this Alexander Kirkpatrick married Sarah Mitchell and they had several children, one of which was William Kirkpatrick who eventually lived in Guernsey Co, Ohio, he married Susanna Ball (these would be my great x 2 grandparents).

Incidentally, John Wesley Kirkpatrick, a son of William & Susanna Kirkpatrick married Elizabeth Jones, daughter of Mercy & David Jones, Mercy's maiden name was Ayers/Ayres

I have searched for Alexander's family for a long time, but any information that I have come across is always on one Alexander K. who was a son of Andrew's brother, Alexander.

My line is:
1. Andrew & Mary (Minary) Kirkpatrick, immigrators.
2. 'Capt' John Kirkpatrick & Lydia Lewis.
3. Alexander & Sarah (Mitchell) Kirkpatrick.
4. William & Susanna (Ball) Kirkpatrick.
5. John W. & Elizabeth (Jones) Kirkpatrick.
6. Rebecca Kirkpatrick & Walter Palmer.
7. Ida Palmer & Joseph Snyder.
8. Carol Snyder & Marvin Enyeart....me.

Carol Enyeart at ms_enyeart[at]WebTV.net
William Samuel KILPATRICK (b 1813 British Guiana, South America)
Terese Bradshaw nee Kilpatrick

I'm just starting to research William Samuel KILPATRICK who born ca 1813 in British Guiana (now Guyana). He married Mary Ann Doolin (or Dowling). His descendants now live in New South Wales, Australia. Any help would be appreciated.

Isabela Kilpatrick (ca 1737-1813) & possible spouse William Kilpatrick
James, George and Richard Kirkpatrick
all of Delaware Co., NY
The South Kortright Presbyterian Church in Delaware County, NY has a few death records from the early 1800s and among them is Isabela Kilpatrick who died on 11/15/1813 of “old age” at 76 years. The only Kilpatrick/Kirkpatrick on the 1810 census of Delaware County who is old enough to have been her husband was William Kilpatrick of Kortright and who does not appear on the 1820 census. The early 1800s censuses show younger Kirkpatrick's, James, George and Richard whose Naturalization Papers show that they were from Armagh, Ireland I believe that they were William’s sons, but I have no documentation. I would appreciate any information about any of these people.

Stanley Ahlers