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Re: Emigh/Kinkead in Patton PA early 1900's and fred kinkead
Posted by: Clifford Eighmy (ID *****2077) Date: January 15, 2009 at 11:46:15
In Reply to: Re: Emigh/Kinkead in Patton PA early 1900's and fred kinkead by kathleen kinkead of 359

I see the postings regarding the marriage of Fred Kinkead to Emma Emigh, daughter of Robert Morris Emigh, but after discovering a Cambria County marriage notice, I wonder if there may possibly be two Fred Kinkeads. Hopefully, someone can clear this up for me.
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Here is the marriage notice:

VITAL RECORDS: Cambria County Marriage License Index (1885-1920)

Index Page, Year, Groom's Name, Bride's Name, Vol-Pg

33-1, 1906, KINKEAD, Fred M., EMIGH, Emma L., 30-641
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Notice the Emma "L." Emigh.

There is in fact an Emma Lushell Emigh, daughter of John C. Emigh and Elizabeth Catherine Hamilton, from Cambria County (Johnstown area) that is of the appropriate age to be married in 1906. She was born about the early 1880s.

The marriage notice indicates Fred "M." Kinkead.

Anybody have a thought on this?

Thanks,

Cliff Eighmy


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