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Kinnick 2003 Genealogy Book

Prepared as Part of The Kinnick Project,
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Compiler, William L. (Bill) Smith

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This is the Sally Ann Kinnick (b. 23 Jan 1830) married (13 Apr 1848) John Smith Barngrover family page

 

Children of John and Sally Barngrover:

1. George W. (may be son who died in his twentieth year.)

2. Sarah A.

3. Mary Evelyn (Eva) m. William W. Rudrow

4. Charles Elliott m. Bertie Mae Gosling

5. Nancy A. (died at age of two ?)

6. Harvey

7. Nettie Barngrover married ? Evans, of Fort Morgan, Co (per KG)

8. James A. (perhaps Albert)

9. John W.

10. Frank Barngrover, the youngest; Adel, IA (per KG)

 

 

 

 


John Barngrover spent his early boyhood days on the old home farm (Highland Co, OH), and at the age of sixteen started out to make his own way in the world, served a four-year apprenticeship to the tanner's trade. He then entered the employ of Jesse R. Grant, father of Ulysses S. Grant, and was working for that gentleman when the future general and president returned from West Point. Mr. Barngrover left for(from?) Ohio in 1843 and went to Indiana in time to vote for James K. Polk the following year. He remained in the Hoosier State until 1846, when he enlisted in the service for the Mexican War as a member of Company C, First Indiana Infantry, under Colonol James P. Drake. He remained at the front for a year, and received a pension in recognition of his service. Married in 1848 and had 10 children, of whom a daughter died at the age of two years, and one son in his twentieth year. Eight are now (1896) living.

Source: Per PML search, OH-FOOTSTEPS-L, History-Barngrover, Highland County, from <BarngroverBook@aol.com> 4 Nov 2001; transcript from Dallas County, Historical and Biographical Record of Iowa, The Lewis Publishing Co, Chicago, 1896, pages 649-651.

 

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