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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


Elijah and Catharine Front Page

William Noah (Noah) and Mildred Francis (Patterson) Kinnick family page.

Family information from KG, p. 156-159.

Noah Death and Obituary Published Notices

Children of Noah and Mildred:

1. Effie Jane Kinnick (b. 29 Aug 1869; d. 22 Feb 1887)

2. Jesse Robert Kinnick (b. 7 Sep 1871) married Belle Vest

3. Edward Raleigh Kinnick (b. 12 Feb 1874; d. 23 Jul 1874)

4. Elva May Kinnick (b. 4 Jun 1876; d. 23 Jul 1876)

5. Roscoe Conklin Kinnick (b. 12 Jan 1879) first married Alice Booucher, second married Gertrude Streets

6. Otis Beverly Kinnick (b. 17 Aug 1881) married Iva Pearl Owens

Death of Noah Kinnick

Noah Kinnick died Sunday afternoon at one-thirty o'clock at this home near Needham, following a stroke of paralysis, which he received two weeks ago. He was sixty-eight years of age, and besides his wife leaves three sons. They are Jesse, Roscoe and Otis Kinnick. An aunt, Mrs. Nellie Boner, who resides in the Glade neighborhood, also survives. For a number of years he had been a member of the New Pisgah Presbyterian Church at which place the funeral service will be held Tuesday morning at ten-thirty o'clock, conducted by Dr. B. W. Tyler. Burial will be made in the Magill-Patterson Cemetery.

Obituary of Noah Kinnick

William Noah, the son of Elijah and Catharine Kinnick, was born in Davie County, North Carolina, June 25, 1845, and died after a brief illness of about two weeks at his home, Feb. 15, 1914, aged 68 years, seven months and twenty days.

He married Mildred Frances Patterson Jan. 15, 1868. To this union were born six children, three of whom are deceased.

At an early age Mr. Kinnick came with his parents to this state (Ind.).

He was left an orphan while yet a boy and from that time until his marriage he made his home with his aunt, Mrs. Nellie Boner.

About thirty-eight years ago he united with the New Pisgah Presbyterian Church.

He was loved and honored by a host of friend and relatives and will be sadly missed. His wife, three sons, Jesse R., Roscoe, and Otis B., and one grandson, Noah Robert, together with other relatives mourn their loss.

In the home there is a vacant chair, a form is missing, a voice is heard no more. But words of counsel and deeds of kindness linger in our memory and we realize our loss is a gain to him who has fallen asleep.


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