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Re: Emigh/Kinkead in Patton PA early 1900's
Posted by: Lynne (ID *****2255) Date: October 09, 2002 at 06:50:23
In Reply to: Re: Emigh/Kinkead in Patton PA early 1900's by Morris Emigh of 358

Geneology is so very interesting! I have not been working on our family tree for about a year. All of the sudden people are sharing information about all the branches.

I am the great-great-granddaughter of Robert Morris Emigh. Adalyne Kinkead Starkey (known by many other spellings) was my grandmother.

Thank you for the information about Emma Morgan Emigh being adopted. This explains a lot about my grandmother's unwillingness to talk about her family while she was alive.

My father passed away about 3 years ago. While sorting through his things, I found a few pictures and papers. Most of what I have is not labeled very well and it is hard to figure out which family it belongs with. The names John, Robert, and William have been confusing me since I started this project.

If I find anything interesting, I will post another message.


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