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Re: James Edward Kinlaw b. 10/3/47 - Roberson Co
Posted by: Rosemarie Benefield (ID *****4540) Date: January 19, 2010 at 11:00:43
In Reply to: Re: James Edward Kinlaw b. 10/3/47 - Roberson Co by Rosemarie Benefield of 114

More info:
Its possible these may be related to you.
Junious M Kinlaw
Carol J. Kinlaw
3773 Diana Rd
Pulaski, TN 38478-6074

Shawn A Kinlaw
202 Muck Hollow Rd
Pulaski, TN 38478-5906
(931) 363-0135

Name: Margaret Ann McCarter
Date of Birth: 19 Jan 1930
Gender: Female
Race: White
Birth County: Robeson
Parent1 Name: Judson McCarter
Parent2 Name: Margaret McLean
Roll Number: B_C083_66004
Volume: 1930
Page: 1796

Robesonian Newspaper
August 28, 1933
Two Injured in Collision
June Kinlaw of the B.T. section of Howellsville Township was terribly bruised, and his
small son received a dislocated shoulder Thursday night when the wagon
in which they were riding was struck in the rear by an automobile operated by
G.C. Thompson of Pikeville the collision ocurring near the home of A.L. Wilson
on the Fayetteville Rd, a mile north of town. The injured were taken to the Baker
Sanatorium, the boy returning home after his shoulder was set. Thompson who said
he did not see the wagon as he met another car in the mist
that was falling was released under bond.

Robesonian Newspaper
May 14, 1943
Civil Term
Wed May 19th
June M. Kinlaw Jr. vs Eleanor Morris P. Kinlaw

The Robesonian
July 12, 1943
Superior Court Grants Divorces
The July Term of Robeson County Superior court convened her this
morning by Judge Q.K. Nimocks Jr. of Fayetteville has spent
most of the day in the trial of divorce cases. It had already
been announced that the only matters to be heard by the court
would be divorces and motions.
The following divorces had been granted and judgments signed
June M. Kinlaw Jr. from Eleanor Morris P. Kinlaw.

The Robesonian
May 30, 1944
Kinlaw Child Ruling
Superior Court Clerk Wesley Watts received late yesterday from
Judge John J. Burney of Wilmington, who presided at the court
last week, a preliminary judgment in the case of custody of the Kinlaw
child, final judgment to be signed on the first day of the civil term
which will begin June 12. The preliminary judgment follows.
In the case of June M. Kinlaw Jr. vs Eleanor Morris P. Kinlaw
, this being a trial for the custody of Sylvia Jean Kinlaw, a female child
of approximately five years of age. The court ruled that the child be left
in the custody of its grandparents Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Parham until June 3rd
when it is to be delivered by Mr. and Mrs. W.L. Parham
to Mr. and Mrs. J.M. Kinlaw Sr. to be kept until June 12 at 10 when they are to deliver the said child
back to the court in the courthouse in Lumberton when first disposition of the custody
of said child will be made.
But the court is of the opinion and so holds that
neither plaintiff nor defendant is the proper person to have the custody of the child.

The Robesonian
June 13, 1944
I'm unable to read the entire article, but it looks like their was
a continuance of the case. I'm unable to find any further
articles that give the eventual custody arrangments for Sylvia.

Name: Zada E Lois Kinlaw
Gender: Female
Birth Date: abt 1923
Age: 28
Race: White

Spouse: George La Verne Hardison
Spouse gender: Male
Spouse Age: 23
Spouse Race: White

Marriage Date: 23 Jun 1951
Marriage Location: Powersville
Marriage County: Robeson
Marriage State: North Carolina

Source Vendor: North Carolina State Archives

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