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Re: magdalena
Posted by: jc (ID *****5058) Date: December 23, 2006 at 02:59:02
In Reply to: magdalena by Kathleen Bair Johnson of 190

I am not related, just sharing. This Kindig family settled in Elkhart IN. Please review. You may wish to contact the researcher for infomration.

http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=pkindy&id=I0294

ID: I0294
Name: Joseph Overholt KINDIG 1
Sex: M
Birth: 1813 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Death: in Elkhart County, Indiana
Reference Number: 294

Father: Martin Strohm KINDIG b: 27 NOV 1777 in Franconia Twp.,Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
Mother: Catherine Clemmer (Ohio) (Overholt) OBERHOLTZER b: 1 NOV 1779 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA

Sources:
Title: email
Author: Robert V. Akins
Note: Author of "The Kindys and Kindigs of Kalamazoo, Michigan'
The original document is on file with the LDS Family Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book
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http://www.mcusa-archives.org/MennObits/1899/feb1899.html
KINDIG. - Jonas Kindig was born in Montgomery Co., Pa.. Feb. 4th, 1816, and died in Montville, Medina Co., Ohio, Oct. 15th, 1898, aged 82 years, 8 months and 11 days. The deceased came to Montville in the year 1836 and was married to Mary Overholt in 18?9. To them were born four sons and two daughters. The two daughters died in infancy. The youngest son, Eli, died in Republic Co., Kan., in 1873. In the early part of their married life, Bro. and Sister Kindig united with the Mennonite Church in Guilford. They were always earnest Christian people. Since the death of his wife in 1867, Bro. Kindig's greatest comfort has been his faith in Christ and his only ambition has been, to do good. For his many kind deeds he was familiarly called "Uncle Jonas." For thirty years he cherished the memory of his beloved wife. During the last ten years he has been afflicted with asthma. Last winter he suffered an attack of dropsy, arid the immediate cause of his death was dropsy of the heart. Bro. Kindig was the last of a family of nine children. Three sons, twelve grandchildren and seven great grandchildren survive him. Services by Ira Buckwalter and Ephraim Hunsberger. Text, Luke 24:29.

Transcriber's note: Year of marriage is unreadable in original.
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http://wc.rootsweb.com/cgi-bin/igm.cgi?op=GET&db=pkindy&id=I0261
ID: I0261
Name: Martin Strohm KINDIG 1
Sex: M
Birth: 27 NOV 1777 in Franconia Twp.,Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
Death: 5 APR 1830 in Upper Salford Twp.,Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
Burial: Franconia Mennonite Cemetery
Religion: Mennonite
Reference Number: 261

Father: Martin Kindig JR. b: 1740 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Mother: Susanna STROHM b: 1753

Marriage 1 Catherine Clemmer (Ohio) (Overholt) OBERHOLTZER b: 1 NOV 1779 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
Children
John Overholt KINDIG b: 4 APR 1802 in Bucks County, PA
Martin Overholt KINDIG b: 1804 in Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Samuel Overholt KENDRICK b: 23 MAR 1806 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Henry Overholt KINDIG b: 17 JUN 1807 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Jacob J. Oberholtzer (Kindig) KINDY b: 19 JUL 1807 in Franconia Township, Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, USA
Joseph Overholt KINDIG b: 1813 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Catherine Overholt KINDIG b: ABT 1814
Abraham Overholt KINDIG b: 1815 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania
Jonas Overholt (Oberholtzer) KINDIG b: 1816 in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

Sources:
Title: email
Author: Robert V. Akins
Note: Author of "The Kindys and Kindigs of Kalamazoo, Michigan'
The original document is on file with the LDS Family Library in Salt Lake City, Utah.
Note: Excellent
Repository:
Call Number:
Media: Book


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