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Kinnick 2003 Genealogy Book

Prepared as Part of The Kinnick Project,
from the works of hundreds of people by
Compiler, William L. (Bill) Smith

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Links to Chapters


1. Background Info

2. John and Mary:
J/M Dorcas - Dallas

3. John and Mary:
J/M Sarah - Tracy

4. John and Mary:
J/M Mary- Triplett

5. John and Mary:
J/M Walter W

6. John and Mary:
J/M Ann - Lowery

7. John and Mary:
J/M Catherine - Bufkin

8. John and Ann:
J/A John Adam

9. John and Ann:
J/A David R.

10. John and Ann:
J/A George Washington

11. John and Ann:
J/A Susannah - Harris

12. John and Ann:
J/A Mary - Rector

13. John and Ann:
J/A Milly - Hagin
J/A Elizabeth - Harbin

14. John and Ann:
J/A William

15. John and Ann:
J/A James

16. John and Ann:
J/A Catherine - Eastburn

17. John and Ann:
J/A Nancy - Riddle

18. John and Ann:
J/A Richard C.

Layout of the Book

This book is organized in 18 Chapters

Chapter One is devoted to the early days of the family in Maryland, where the two John Kinnicks are believed to have been first cousins. Chapter One also includes material that applies across the family.

Chapters Two through Seven are devoted to the families of John and Mary Kinnick, as they moved from Maryland to Ohio and subsequently to Illinois, Indiana and Iowa.

Chapters Eight through Eigthteen are devoted to the families of John and Ann Kinnick, as they moved from Maryland to North Carolina and subsequently to Indiana, Tennessee and across the country.

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