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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 28, 2003 at 11:44:34
In Reply to: Re: not to be particular...but there are black people with the Kinard name, too by Lekeisha Kinard of 610

Hi. We probably have common ancestors that were Kinards. As a matter of fact there are a lot of Kinard African Americans. There ae two branches in Clinton. Frankly I am not sure which branch Peter was from. The people that I have corresponded with seem to remember or heard of Peter Kinard. His wife, my great great grandmother, Easter(Wyatt) was born in Newberry, NC. I believe Peter was also.

You can now access the federal census beginning 1790-1930 at Genealogy.com. The 1860 census was extremely helpful. I now know that Easter was born in March and was 10 years old in 1860. Searching is soooo time consuming, but it is my intention to find both Peter and Easter on the Slave schedule if possible. Keep Looking


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