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Re: John Grey Kinnear, Ida Kinnear, Bickle & Gallaher
Posted by: Ted Yungclas Date: February 14, 2002 at 10:36:05
In Reply to: John Grey Kinnear, Ida Kinnear, Bickle & Gallaher by Darci Gibbs-Nunez of 384

Dear Darci,
I don't know if we have a match or not. I've not had much luck tracing down my Kinnear ancestors. My great great great-grandmother was Elizabeth Kinnear. She was born 31 May 1821 in Darke County, Ohio. Her parents were John Kinnear and Sarah Gray. (approximate dates for John - 1780-1839, dates for Sarah - 1792-1867) When Elizabeth was still a girl, the family moved to Deerfield, Randolph County, Indiana. This was not a long move, Randolph county, Indiana and Darke county, Ohio share a border. I do not have a list of any other children born to John and Sarah, they are buried at Ritenour Cemetery near Deerfield. My Elizabeth married Ezra Van Fossen, who was a medical doctor for a few years in Randolph county. They moved to Adel, Dallas county, Iowa, around 1850. They are both buried in an old cemetery near Adel.
Ted Yungclas

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