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Re: Thanks Jerry, Here's what I know FYI
Posted by: John Kitch Date: July 24, 2001 at 16:42:18
In Reply to: Re: Alexander Kitch Steffenville Missouri by Jerry Garrison of 164

Thanks a lot for the information. Alexander M Kitch (1848-1918) Is My Great Grandfather. He is buried in Steffenville,(Lewis County), Missouri along with his wife Cora Adeline Kitch. According to my Father, Harlin W. Kitch, Alexander had 5 Sons and 4 Daughters before his death. The Sons names were: Charlie, Bill, Horace, Bob, and Henry. The Daughters names were Ida, Kate, Clara, and Cora (Dolly). They are all buried in either Steffenville or Lewistown Missouri with the exception of Ida Bowen, who is buried "somewhere near Yale Oklahoma". If you are interested, I can give you their birth and death dates after I get them from the cemeteries.

Alexander’s Son, Horace, was born about 10-6-1889 and he died on 2-6-1960. Horace Married Iva Mae Winfield, (1899-1982), in 1916 or 1917. Iva Mae Winfield was an illegitimate daughter whose Mother died at birth. The Heckrodt family raised Iva Mae up in Steffenville, Missouri. She is buried next to Horace in the Steffenville Cemetery. They had 3 Sons and 1 Daughter: Harlin Kitch, my Father, was born August 23 1918 and is still living in Taylor, (Marion County), Missouri. Vincent Kitch was born September 8, 1923 and died on June 12, 1992 from Lung Cancer. He is also buried in Steffenville, Missouri. Francis (Tom) Kitch was born May 4, 1927. He is still alive and lives with his wife Mary in Quincy, Illinois. Horace and Iva Mae's daughter, Myrtle was born September 12, 1925. She died from a blood clot after a surgery on September 13, 1947 at Barnes Hospital in St Louis, Missouri, having suffered from a long illness that was caused by a twisted intestine.

Thanks Again for the info! Anyone interested in more details about us email me.

John Kitch


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