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Re: not to be particular...but there are black people with the Kinard name, too
Posted by: wilma burwell (ID *****5808) Date: February 26, 2003 at 09:13:51
In Reply to: not to be particular...but there are black people with the Kinard name, too by Lekeisha Kinard of 610

In response: My maternal side are Kinards out of Newberry, NC. Easter Wyatt-Kinard and Peter Kinard were my grandparents. They are noted as far back as the 1860 Federal Census. At some point, Easter and Peter migrated to Clinton, SC. Their child was Nora (Jane) Kinard was born in Clinton (Census) and married Elliott Cunningham (I now nothing about Elliott - still looking for him on the census). Nora's youngest daughter was my mother, Jessie Belle Cunningham. The Census is full of African American Kinards.


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