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Re: Johann Michael Kitch (1700?-1740, PA
Posted by: Jerry Garrison (ID *****8187) Date: January 09, 2007 at 19:31:21
In Reply to: Re: Johann Michael Kitch (1700?-1740, PA by Wonda Kitch of 164

Hi Wonda. The lineage is confusing, but from what you said it should be somewhat this way: I have no information on yourself and Don. His father Cecil Hershall Kitch (b 8/9/1918 and married Velma Charlotte Warren [per obituaries of Darl & Cecil Carl Kitch] there may have been a subsequent marriage not represented. Cecil H Kitch's father appears to be Fred B Kitch, who married Cora (unknown.) You give a name of Paxton, but I can't find the right age / birth state / parent's birth states with that name. I have possibles of Washington or Harp. Fred's father was Edwin Samuel Kitch (also known as Samuel E Kitch) who married Sarah Eva Booth. [He apparently died young - December 09, 1893 age 32 - which with Fred being born in July 1894 - means his mother was 2 months pregnant when he died.] Sarah then married Oliver Hollenbeck on March 11, 1895 in Jackson, Wisconsin - per marriage records; she then was married to John Roche of Canada for the 1900 census - his father was from Ireland, his mother born in Canada - perhaps she was indian, no idea - then by 1901 she married Charles N Kent who was born in Michigan and was with him in the 1910 census in Missouri. The latter two both have Fred B Kitch listed with them, so there is certainty on the proper line. Samuel Edwin Kitch was born in PA, the son of John McLean Kitch (who died when Samuel was 6 years old) and Elizabeth McCleary (who died when Samuel was 16.) John McLean Kitch's father was David Kitch, and there we hook his line into mine. Try jgarrison.allhyper.com for further information, and Cecil and Darl's obituaries should have been uploaded there also. Hello Cousin


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