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Re: William H. Kittle, died in Civil War
Posted by: Dori Partsch (ID *****2337) Date: October 17, 2002 at 11:50:06
In Reply to: Re: William H. Kittle, died in Civil War by Joyce Kittle of 676

Thanks, Joyce. I'm eyeing a Kittle family in Steuben Co., IN, that seems to be the only Kittle family there in the mid-19th century, and I think they might have moved west from NY and/or PA in association with Phelps relatives. I thought that if the William H. Kittle of Indiana who died in the Civil War was the one listed as 12(?) years old in the 1850 Federal census for Steuben Co., perhaps that fact would help identify his family. His mother was Harriet, and she married Clinton Butler in 1847, but the given name of his father, who probably died between 1844 and 1847, is unknown. If I can identify Harriet's first husband, things should fall in place much easier. He would have been born probably between 1800 and 1815, probably in NY or southeastern PA.


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