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Re: Kice/Kise Family
Posted by: Carmella Date: May 18, 2001 at 05:20:01
In Reply to: Re: Kice/Kise Family by Kise of 68

That's an interesting theory. Must have been quite a disagreement! I would imagine that happened during the 1700's. Do you have more details?

I have a copy of my Great Grandparents, Charles and Elizabeth Kice, marriage certificate. (They were married in Johnsonsburg, Warren County, NJ.) The handwriting is similar to calligraphy. Between the handwriting and the type of fountain pen that was used, the "c" in Kice looks like an "s". Yet the name of Charles' parents is clearly written as William and Lydia Kice. While doing my research, I noticed that this marriage certificate had been indexed under the name Kise. It certainly makes things challenging!


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