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Re: Kinsolving of VA
Posted by: Melynie Moody Date: September 29, 2000 at 08:40:42
In Reply to: Re: Kinsolving of VA by Jim Martin of 36

Hi James,
I don't have a Celestra Kinsolving in my records as my Consolvers are further back in time. I do know that a son of Charles Consolver named James, is where the Kinsolving name comes in the family lines. This James was born 13 Jan 1760 and died in Albermarle County, Virginia on 21 Mar 1829. The LDS Family Library in Salt Lake has a book about this James Kinsolving. Celestra may be in there. The book is titled DESCENDANTS OF JAMES KINSOLVING, SON OF CHARLES CONSOLVER by Walter Ovid Kinsolving, published in 1887. This book is on microfilm and the film number is 1033940 Item #4 and can be ordered through any LDS Family History Center close to your home. The notes in the Library Catalog states "Charles Consolver (1732-1781)served in the Revolutionary War and lived in Virginia. His third of four sons, James (1760-1829) changed his name to Kinsolving for no known reason." Descendants lived in Virginia, West Virginia, Kentucky, Alabama, Texas, New Mexico, Connecticut and elsewhere. Includes also surnames Bass, Cotter, Head, Kurth, Stokes and related families. Hope this helps.


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